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    Nick NCARB (Edited )

    Hey Sandy,

    The correct response is June of Year 3. First, identify the date in the current schedule that construction will be completed (end of April). You'll notice that the question says the change order adds 15 days to the schedule which would push the construction end date into the middle of May. Add 1 month for project closeout, and occupancy would occur in June.

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    Sandy Ghaly (Edited )

    thank you Nick NCARB but what confuses me is that the questions says the document and the permit revisions (i.e. the change order revisions) can happen concurrently with the existing schedule , doesn't this mean that it can happen without affecting the schedule completion ?

     

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    Nick NCARB

    Hey Sandy,

    From a documentation perspective, yes you are correct. However, from a construction standpoint, the contractor has noted that this change order results in $25,000 and 15 days. So construction is extended by 15 days. 

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