How does FLC handle plan changes that are already under contract?

How does FLC handle plan changes that are already under contract?

Contractor will make reasonable efforts to complete the Contract as designed. Circumstances may arise beyond the control of the Contractor that may prevent execution of the Contract exactly as planned. Contractor will make reasonable efforts to minimize this impact on the design and construction. Owner acknowledges this possibility and accepts the action Contractor will take to minimize the potential change in design. Any alteration or deviation from the Contract specifications, including but not limited to any such alteration or deviation involving additional time, cost, or neither, will be executed only upon written order for same, signed by Owner and Contractor, using a Change Order Form. If there is any charge for such alteration or deviation, the additional charge will be added to the contract price of this Contract. If there are any credits due to written change orders or alterations agreed by Owner and Contractor, such credits will be applied to Contract price. Each change made by Owner during installation will result in a processing fee, in addition to any additional charges for materials or labor that are incurred by Contractor as a result of the change. The processing fee will apply regardless of the impact of the change on labor or material costs.

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