Final Completion marks the end of a construction project and signifies that all work has been done to the agreed-upon standards. The architect has a key role in determining Final Completion, conducting inspections and issuing a final Certificate for Payment. The contractor notifies the architect when work is ready for the Final Completion inspection, which is to ensure the punch list is complete. The contractor must submit several documents before final payment is made. The final change order reconciles any outstanding financial issues and construction contract closeout confirms that all required documents are on file. Final Completion is a crucial milestone in any construction project and the architect plays a vital role in determining it.
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