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What are Procore's default change types and change reasons?

Answer

When setting up Procore's change management tools, your company's Procore Administrator has the choice between using the default change types and change reasons from Procore or creating customised change types and change reasons.  For instructions, see Set the Default Change Management Configurations.  

What are Procore's default change types?

The table below describes Procore's default change types. The terms and definitions at your company may be different, so if you have questions about usage in your environment, contact your company's Procore Administrator. 

Change Reason Definition
Allowance

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Contingency

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Excusable Event

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Client Change

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

TBD

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Transfer

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

What are Procore's default change reasons?

The table below describes Procore's default change types. The terms and definitions at your company may be different, so if you have questions about usage in your environment, contact your company's Procore Administrator. 

Change Reason Definition
Allowance

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Backcharge

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Client Request

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Design Development

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

Existing Condition

An Allowance is an amount of money that has been set aside in a construction contract’s original sum to cover the costs of paying for known items that were not specified in detail in the contract. 

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