Windows and Doors Notice of Change Directive
Construction project managers, windows and doors subcontractors and general contractors can use the Windows and Doors Notice of Change Directive mobile app with a Smartphone or tablet to create a preliminary notice stating that the independent contractor was given a change directive for windows and doors work not within the scope of the current construction contract.
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The windows and doors subcontractor can us the app to request an addendum to the original construction contract to cover the additional materials, labor and equipment required to perform the ordered windows and doors work. The app also acts as a preliminary notice of other factors involved such as delay, disruption, acceleration, overtime, overmanning, trade stacking, cumulative impact of multiple changes, diversion of manpower or equipment from the contracted windows and doors work, shortage of materials, and so forth. The windows and doors subcontractor’s proposal for added costs resulting from the change directive should be prepared and submitted to the property owner, project manager and general contractor for approval as soon as possible. The windows and doors subcontractor should also determine the effect the change directive will have on the construction projects completion date and windows and doors work under the new amended construction contract. The windows and doors subcontractor will do everything possible to minimize additional costs and time extension.
The Notice of Change Directive mobile app was created for subcontractors and construction companies. The app generates a PDF that is conveniently stored in your GoCanvas Account for your business records. The GoCanvas App store contains a huge assortment of mobile apps used in the construction industry.
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