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G710™-1992: Architect's Supplemental Instructions

This form is used by the architect to issue additional instructions or interpretations or to order minor changes in the work. It is intended to assist the architect in performing its obligations as interpreter of the contract documents in accordance with the owner-architect agreement and the general conditions. G710™-1992 should not be used to change the contract sum or contract time. It is intended to help the architect perform the functions described in Section 2.6.13 of B141™-1997, with respect to minor changes not involving adjustment in the Contract Sum or Contract Time. Such minor changes are authorized under Paragraph 7.4 of A201™-1997.

If the contractor believes that a change in Contract Sum or Contract Time is involved, different documents should be used. Depending on the circumstances, the appropriate document may be G709™-2001, Proposal Request; G714™-2001, Construction Change Directive; or G701™-2000, Change Order.

If an architect's project representative will be involved in the use of this document, it may be helpful to review B352™, Duties, Responsibilities and Limitations of Authority of the Architect's Project Representative, to coordinate and verify relationships and responsibilities among the parties. Sold in packs of 50.

Product Number: 635.3-G710

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