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(3) The act of an authorized representative, for itself or as agent for another, assumes ownership of existing identified supplies tendered or approves specific services rendered as partial or complete performance of the contract.(4) In TCM risk management, a response strategy for both threats and opportunities. (December 2011) ACCEPTANCE, FINAL (PARTIAL) The formal action by the owner accepting the work (or a specified part thereof), following written notice from the engineer that the work (or specified part thereof) has been completed and is acceptable subject to the provisions of the contract regarding acceptance.The activity calendar is normally overridden by the project calendar. (June 2007) ACTIVITY CODE Alphanumeric designation system, with code(s) assigned to an activity to group or categorize its properties. (June 2007) ACTIVITY COST The monetary amount expended to complete an activity.Coding is used for detail and summary reporting purposes. Depending upon the cost model and job cost system used, Activity cost may or may not include indirect costs (jobsite and home office) as well as direct costs.(June 2007) ACTIVITY SPLITTING Dividing (i.e., splitting) an activity of stated scope, description and schedule into two or more activities which are rescoped and rescheduled.
(August 2007) ACCEPTED RISK Risks that are identified, but for which no other risk response is taken in the risk treatment process (e.g., avoid, reduce, transfer). (December 2011) ACCESS TO THE WORK The right of the contractor to ingress and egress, and to occupy the work site as required to reasonably perform the work described in the contract documents.
A directed acceleration occurs when the owner formally directs such acceleration completion.
A constructive acceleration generally occurs when a contractor is entitled to an excusable delay; the contractor requests a time extension from the owner; the owner declines to grant a time extension or grants one in an untimely manner; the owner or its agent either expressly orders completion within the original performance period or implies in a clear manner that timely completion within the original performance period is expected; and the contractor gives notice to the owner or its agent that the contractor considers this action an acceleration order.
This takes into consideration the nature of the work, and the resources needed to complete the task.
Baseline activity duration development can become very complex when productivity impacts and nonstandard production rates must be utilized to meet the constraints of the project. (June 2007) ACTIVITY LIST A table of scheduled activities listing their respective descriptions, unique identification codes, sufficiently detailed scopes, and predecessor and successor activities, so that the project team can readily discern the work of each activity and the project as a whole.