shown should be provided by the Resident Engineer. Check to be sure the arithmetic is correct.
Item 19 - Indicate the amount of the change and whether it is an overrun, underrun, or no change.
Items 20 through 23 - All divisions that concur documented on the Change Order in this area. Division concurring; under Item 21, enter the date;
with the change should Under Item 20, enter and under Item 22, enter
be the the
altered and additional lines added concurrence is by telephone or via Engineer may enter these initials "Remarks" (Item 23).
if more than fax copy, the and note the
one division concurs. If the Resident Engineer or District reason for this action under
In addition, the County Judge, Mayor, or State Agency representative, when appropriate, shall initial and date the Change Order on this portion of the Change Order Form.
Item 24 - The District Engineer has the approval authority on Change Orders which require this form. The District Engineer will sign in this space. Once the District Engineer signs the Change Order, if there is no Right-of-Way Acquisition involved, the Change Order is approved and the Contractor may begin the work.
Item 25 - The Resident Engineer must sign the form prior to submittal to the District Engineer.
(2) FORM CO_CHIEF.XLS (See Figure 104-3.) (Change Orders in excess of $50,000 Overrun or Underrun). This form is available under the Misc
subdirectory of the Construction (CSD4:\misc\chg_ordr\co_chief.xls).
Items 1 through 19 - Same as FORM CO_DE.XLS
Item 20 - After the Change Order has been completed, enter the date and sign each copy of the prepared change. In addition, the County Judge or City Mayor, if appropriate, shall sign the Change Order.
(3) All Change Order Forms. After the Change Order Form has been prepared, the Resident Engineer shall check each item against the "Check List for Change Order" (Figure 104-4, available on the Construction Drive of the LAN) and retain it with his file copy of the Change Order Form.
The original form is to be forwarded to the District Engineer for authorization or recommendation. The District will forward this original with the District Engineer’s authorization or recommendation to the Construction Office.