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C.2
DEFINITIONS - TECHNICAL
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NOTE TO SPECIFICATION WRITER:  The DEFINITIONS-TECHNICAL paragraph
contains definitions associated with Section C.  Definitions should
be inserted in alphabetical order.  Avoid using acronyms, terms, or
titles in Section C which are not identified and defined in this
paragraph.  Definitions provided herein are not all inclusive and
other definitions may be included.  Additional definitions can be
found in the "DEFINITIONS" clause in Section I.
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1.  Alteration.  The work required to adjust interior arrangements,
on-base locations, or other physical characteristics of an existing
real property facility so that it may be more effectively adapted to
or utilized for its designated purpose; categorized as construction.
2.  Construction.  The erection, installation or assembly of a new
real property facility; the addition, expansion, extension,
alteration, conversion or replacement of an existing real property
facility; or the relocation of a real property facility; including
demolition of facility(ies) to be replaced, supporting utilities,
roads, parking lot, equipment installed in and made a part of such
facilities, related site preparation, excavation, filling and
landscaping, or other land improvements.
3.  Construction Equipment.  All mechanical equipment used in the
construction, alteration or repair of buildings, bridges, roads or
other kinds of real property and includes, but is not limited to,
road rollers, wheel mounted backhoes and loaders, hydraulic
excavators, trenchers, plows, street sweepers and brooms, dump
trucks, equipment hauling trailers, line striping equipment, brush
chippers, portable pumps, air compressors and welders, and mobile
weight handling equipment (cranes).
4.  Contractor.  The term Contractor refers to both the prime
Contractor and subcontractors.  The prime Contractor shall ensure
that his/her subcontractors comply with the provisions of this
contract.
5.  Contract Discrepancy Report (CDR).  A report, sent by the
Government to the Contractor which the contractor is required to
complete when performance is unsatisfactory.  The CDR requires the
Contractor to explain to the Contracting Officer, in writing within
10 calendar days, why performance is unsatisfactory, how performance
shall be returned to satisfactory levels, and how recurrence of the
problem shall be prevented in the future.
6.  Contractor Representative.  A person(s) designated by the
Contractor to be his/her authorized representative.  One such person
shall serve as the Government's principal point of contact.





 


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