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NEC ECC: As a Client, can we insist on the design change on option A to make a building fire proof?

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As a Client we want to install a dry sprinkler system throughout the Halls of Residence Building in order to provide a more secure fire resistance environment for future tenants.
Can we insist on to the Contractor to do so under option A?
asked Jan 12 in General by z.ismail (120 points)  

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Yes of course you can - you can issue this as a Project Manager instruction. You just will have to accept that assuming this was not a requirement in their original Works Information, this will then be a compensation event to the Contractor. Any additional cost and time implications that the additional fire requirements bring will be assessed as part of the CE quotation.

If this was a requirement that WAS in the Works Information and you think they missed it, you can instruct them to do it but it will NOT be a compensation event as you are instructing something that was already a requirement in the original WI.
answered Jan 12 by Glenn Hide Panel Member (78,720 points)