No Cardinal Change When the Final Product Is Not Much Different than that Specified By Contract; Appeals of Harry Pepper an Associates, Inc., ASBCA Nos. 62038 et al.

Government’s motion for summary judgment on contractor’s cardinal change theory is granted. The contractor alleged that the cumulative changes it had to make in welding work amounted to a cardinal change. But a cardinal change only occurs when the work performed is materially different than that specified by the contract. Here, while there were alterations […]
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