This excerpt taken from the TUC 8-K filed Jul 28, 2005.
8. Performance of Landlord's Initial Construction by Landlord.
With respect to Change Orders submitted after Landlord is initially authorized (or deemed authorized) to proceed with Landlord's Initial Construction, Landlord shall be deemed authorized to proceed with such Change Order immediately upon submission thereof; except only if Tenant shall specifically request in writing a price estimate for such Change Order, in which event Landlord shall be deemed authorized to proceed with such Change Order the second Business Day after submission of the price estimate to Tenant if the Change Order has not then been withdrawn. Landlord will reasonably cooperate with Tenant and Tenant's construction representative in the performance of Landlord's Initial Construction to provide Tenant access to the Premises both prior to and during construction and the right to attend all job meetings between Landlord and the general contractor for Landlord's Initial Construction. Tenant shall have the right to have Tenant's construction representative or other qualified engineer or contractor inspect the quality of construction of Landlord's Initial Construction and the compliance of Landlord's Initial Construction with Tenant's Plans, provided such inspection is performed at a time mutually agreeable to Landlord and Tenant and will not cause any delay in the performance of Landlord's Initial Construction. Landlord agrees to notify Tenant (which notice may be oral) of all job meetings held with the general contractor and related to the scheduling, design, modifications, change orders, or cost reporting or pricing of Landlord's Initial Construction. Tenant shall have the right to review and approve Change Orders to any portion of Landlord's Initial Construction proposed by Landlord or the general contractor and that either increase the cost of Landlord's Initial Construction, do not comply with Tenant's Plans or diminish the quality of Landlord's Initial Construction in any case by more than a de minimis amount. Tenant shall approve or disapprove a Change Order within two (2) Business Days after receipt of a request therefor and failure of Tenant to respond within such two (2) Business Days shall mean that such Change Order is deemed approved by Tenant.