Sample Construction Contract - _dayof,20XX,byand ,Colorado,...

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CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT        THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this ____ day of________, 20XX, by and  between the  COUNTY OF MONTROSE, Colorado , by and through its Board of County  Commissioners  (hereinafter  called  "Owner"  or  "County"),  and  ________________,    (hereinafter called "Contractor"), for the Construction Project known as:      The Owner's Representative (OR) is  _____________________________ .      The Owner and Contractor agree as follows:    ARTICLE 1  THE WORK:    The  Contractor  shall  complete  all  the  work  on  the   _________________________   as  specified in the Scope of Work included and also contained in the RFP attached hereto  and  incorporated  herein.  The  Work  is  generally  described  as  ____________________________ .     ARTICLE 2  TIME OF COMMENCEMENT AND COMPLETION:    2.1  The Work to be performed under this Contract shall be commenced upon receipt  of  a  Notice  to  Proceed  and  completed  by  ______________ .  Start  date  is  anticipated to be on or about  ________________ .     2.2  Except as otherwise required for the safety or protection of persons or the Work  or  property  at  the Work  Site  or  adjacent  thereto,  all  Work  at  the  Site  shall  be  performed  between  the  hours  of  7  AM  and  5:30  PM,  Monday  through  Friday,  unless  otherwise  provided  in  writing  by  Owner  or  OR,  such  consent  not  to  be  unreasonably withheld.    ARTICLE 3  CONTRACT AMOUNT AND BASIS:    The Owner shall pay the Contractor the amount of $ _____________________  for the  satisfactory performance of the Work, subject to additions and deductions by Change  Order as provided in the General Conditions, the following:    The unit price set forth on the Bid Schedule shall be the basis for the contract  price.  Payment at the unit price will be based on actual measured quantities in  the Work, or planned quantities as stipulated in the Project Special Provisions,  except where the unit is a lump sum, in which case payment will be based upon  the lump sum price as stated.   
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The  Owner  states,  pursuant  to  C.R.S.  24-91-103.6(2)(a),  that  the  amount  of  money  appropriated for this Contract is equal to or in excess of the contract amount set forth in  this Contract.    Pursuant to C.R.S. 24-91-103.6(2)(b), the Owner shall not issue any change order or  other  directive  requiring  additional  compensable  work  to  be  performed  under  this  Contract,  which  work  causes  the  aggregate  amount  payable  under  the  contract  to  exceed the appropriated amount for the original contract, unless the Contractor is given 
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