Form CEM-2702 "Overrun in Contract Time" - California

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STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
OVERRUN IN CONTRACT TIME
CEM-2702 (REV 04/2005)
CONTRACT NO.
COUNTY, ROUTE, BRIDGE OR POST MILES
FEDERAL NO.
CONTRACTOR'S NAME
DATE WORK COMPLETED
DATE FOR COMPLETION (Including extensions authorized by the engineer)
CALENDAR DAYS OVERRUN
WORKING DAYS OVERRUN
The recommendation for acceptance of this contract was approved by the director subject to determination that if there was an overrun in contract time, a
decision relative to assessing the contractor for liquidated damages or extending the contract time and charging the contractor for engineering and inspection
costs would be deferred pending further study. The attached information (in the form of a memorandum or determination of claim) contains the result of the
study.
RECOMMENDED ACTION CONCERNING TIME EXTENSION, LIQUIDATED DAMAGES AND ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION COSTS (Per Section 8-1.07,
Standard Specifications):
The detemination of claim for elimination of liquidated damages is that all of the time involved was within the control of the contractor. It is recommended
that no extension of time be granted and that the contractor be assessed liquidated damages of $
per calendar day for the period from
to
, both dates inclusive, for a total of
days and $
.
working days was caused by circumstances over which the contractor had no control. It is recommended that a time
A delay of
extension of
working days be granted. Such action will extend the date for completion to
, reducing the overrun to
calendar days. It is further recommended:
.
That during the period of such extension the contractor shall be charged engineering and inspection charges in the amount of $
That during the period of such extension the contractor not be charged engineering and inspection costs.
calendar days, from
to
both dates inclusive, the contractor shall be assessed
That for the remaining overrun of
liquidated damages of $
per calendar day for a total amount of $
.
The contractor has agreed to accept this decision as to assessment of liquidated damages, and charges for engineering and inspection costs as
full settlement of any claim for return of liquidated damages.
RECOMMENDED BY
APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED
Director of Transportation
BY (Coordinator, Division of Construction)
BY (Chief, Division of Construction)
Date
Date
For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in alternate formats. For information, call (916) 445-1233,
ADA Notice
TTY 711, or write to Records and Forms Management, 1120 N Street, MS-89, Sacramento, CA 95814.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA • DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
OVERRUN IN CONTRACT TIME
CEM-2702 (REV 04/2005)
CONTRACT NO.
COUNTY, ROUTE, BRIDGE OR POST MILES
FEDERAL NO.
CONTRACTOR'S NAME
DATE WORK COMPLETED
DATE FOR COMPLETION (Including extensions authorized by the engineer)
CALENDAR DAYS OVERRUN
WORKING DAYS OVERRUN
The recommendation for acceptance of this contract was approved by the director subject to determination that if there was an overrun in contract time, a
decision relative to assessing the contractor for liquidated damages or extending the contract time and charging the contractor for engineering and inspection
costs would be deferred pending further study. The attached information (in the form of a memorandum or determination of claim) contains the result of the
study.
RECOMMENDED ACTION CONCERNING TIME EXTENSION, LIQUIDATED DAMAGES AND ENGINEERING AND INSPECTION COSTS (Per Section 8-1.07,
Standard Specifications):
The detemination of claim for elimination of liquidated damages is that all of the time involved was within the control of the contractor. It is recommended
that no extension of time be granted and that the contractor be assessed liquidated damages of $
per calendar day for the period from
to
, both dates inclusive, for a total of
days and $
.
working days was caused by circumstances over which the contractor had no control. It is recommended that a time
A delay of
extension of
working days be granted. Such action will extend the date for completion to
, reducing the overrun to
calendar days. It is further recommended:
.
That during the period of such extension the contractor shall be charged engineering and inspection charges in the amount of $
That during the period of such extension the contractor not be charged engineering and inspection costs.
calendar days, from
to
both dates inclusive, the contractor shall be assessed
That for the remaining overrun of
liquidated damages of $
per calendar day for a total amount of $
.
The contractor has agreed to accept this decision as to assessment of liquidated damages, and charges for engineering and inspection costs as
full settlement of any claim for return of liquidated damages.
RECOMMENDED BY
APPROVED AS RECOMMENDED
Director of Transportation
BY (Coordinator, Division of Construction)
BY (Chief, Division of Construction)
Date
Date
For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in alternate formats. For information, call (916) 445-1233,
ADA Notice
TTY 711, or write to Records and Forms Management, 1120 N Street, MS-89, Sacramento, CA 95814.