AIA Sample Clauses

AIA. The Recipient acknowledges that Canada is bound by the Access to Information Act (Canada) and that any information provided to Canada by either the Province or the Recipient in connection with the Project or otherwise in connection with the Agreement may be subject to disclosure in accordance with that Act.
AIA. AIA must at its expense at closing and until the fourth anniversary of closing maintain in effect comprehensive airline liability (including passenger, contractual, bodily injury, cargo and property damage liability) insurance with insurers of recognized reputation and responsibility (i) in an amount not less than $200,000,000 per occurrence combined single limit and (ii) of the type and coverage as that maintained by AIA before closing. Such insurance must extend to Aircargo, its shareholders, directors, officers, employees, representatives and affiliates as additional, and must cover AIA's indemnities under P. 4.16(A).
AIA. The AIA allows the parties to a construction project to easily find the necessary documents in “families” so that a party to a project can find a complete set of documents merely by knowing the type and size of the project. Page 1. A101, A101SP, A102, A103, A107, A121, A201, A201SP, A221, A401, A401SP, A503 are the necessary and appropriate documents for a particular project. It groups its with X000, X000, X000, X000XX, X000, X000, X000XX, B104, B106, B107, B108, B109, B121, B144ARCH-CM, B201, B202, B203, B204, B205, B206, B207, B209, B210, B211, B212, B214, B221, B252, B253, B503, B509, C101, C102, C103, C201, C202, C401, C401SP, C421, C422, C727 and D503. xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx “Other Documents” • Cross referential; • Differing definitions; • All contingencies addressed; • Redundancy and confusion. Page 4. xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx Modification of Documents • Each State is different in its law about modifying documents; • Licensing requirements, mechanic’s liens, indemnities; • Preservation of Common Law rights. Page 5. xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx “A-1Series • A-101 Stipulated Sum; • A-102; • A-104; • Traditional Contractor-Owner Contracts. Page 8. xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx A-101 (2017) • xxxx://xxxxxxx.xxx.xxx/sites/default/files/2017- 04/A101_2017%20sample.pdf • Used in conjunction with the A102 General Conditions; • Specified in Articles 1 and 9; • Drawings, Specifications and Addenda; • Modifications; • Integration.
AIA. 1 For an overview of the Swiss social security system, see xxx.xxx.xxxxx.xx > Themes > International Affairs

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  • Improvement Plan A detailed, written plan collaboratively developed between the teacher and evaluator, utilized solely when a teacher receives an Evaluation Rating of “Ineffective”. The approved form for the Improvement Plan is attached to this Agreement (Appendix G-8).

  • Construction Management Plan Contractor shall prepare and furnish to the Owner a thorough and complete plan for the management of the Project from issuance of the Proceed Order through the issuance of the Design Professional's Certificate of Material Completion. Such plan shall include, without limitation, an estimate of the manpower requirements for each trade and the anticipated availability of such manpower, a schedule prepared using the critical path method that will amplify and support the schedule required in Article 2.1.5 below, and the Submittal Schedule as required in Article 2.2.3. The Contractor shall include in his plan the names and resumés of the Project Superintendent, Project Manager and the person in charge of Safety.

  • General Contractor A building, construction, or contracting firm with whom Borrower has contracted or may in the future contract with for the construction of the Improvements pursuant to a certain construction contract between them (the "Construction Contract").

  • Construction Contract If federal funds are included as part of the financing of the non-OPWC portion of the Project, federal law may prevail, including, but not limited to, application of Xxxxx Xxxxx prevailing wage rates, the Xxxxxxxx “Anti-Kickback” Act, the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act, and any federal environmental regulations. Recipient is solely responsible for ensuring compliance with federal requirements applicable to its Local Subdivision Contribution. Notwithstanding the above, the following provisions apply to construction contracts under this Agreement:

  • Performance Improvement Plan timely and accurate completion of key actions due within the reporting period 100 percent The Supplier will design and develop an improvement plan and agree milestones and deliverables with the Authority

  • Improvement Plans You will create plans and specifications for the work described in Section 3.1 (based upon the System Standards and this Agreement) if we so request and submit them for our approval before starting improvement of the Location. We will not unreasonably withhold or delay our approval, which is intended only to test compliance with System Standards, and not to detect errors or omissions in the work of your architects, engineers, contractors or the like. Our review does not cover technical, architectural or engineering factors, or compliance with federal, state or local laws, regulations or code requirements. We will not be liable to your lenders, contractors, employees, guests, others, or you on account of our review or approval of your plans, drawings or specifications, or our inspection of the Facility before, during or after renovation or construction. Any material variation from the Approved Plans requires our prior written approval. You will promptly provide us with copies of permits, job progress reports, and other information as we may reasonably request. We may inspect the work while in progress without prior notice.

  • Construction Schedule a. Within fifteen (15) calendar days after the award of the Contract, the Contractor shall prepare and submit to the Project Manager and District an as-planned construction schedule showing in detail how the Contractor plans to prosecute the work within the time set for Final Completion. The schedule shall include the work of all trades necessary for construction of the Project, and shall be sufficiently complete and comprehensive to enable progress to be monitored on a day-by-day basis. The information for each activity shall include at a minimum the activity description, duration, start date and completion date.