Architecture Sample Clauses

Architecture. Architecture services include, but are not limited to, providing the building program outline, alternative building design concepts, specific building design (e.g. site plan, floor plan, roof plan, HVAC plan, sections, details, etc.), and project specifications and cost estimates.
Architecture. Building techniques and architectural forms can reflect ethnic identity, stylistic concerns, economic status, and the relative availability of local and imported construction materials. Intact structures dating from the era of earliest Euro-American settlement are comparatively scarce, as many buildings have been abandoned, dismantled, or otherwise destroyed and/or replaced by more recent construction. Early structures are generally poorly documented and specific details regarding their 3ñÉêÜÉîÜ $ÉñÉǦ2áÖëòáîõ 0éÉêï 0Éâá Ͷ of 6 construction are not available. Intact subsurface remains provide information on dwelling size and shape and details of cellar and footing construction. The distribution of hardware, wood, glass, and other structural items within and around the foundation fill offers clues to the appearance of the superstructure. Exposure and detailed mapping of complete foundations is necessary to document the size, orientation, and shape of the dwelling. The construction materials employed need to be identified along with their likely places of origin. Measured plan views, profiles, and photographs of structural features will provide details on construction techniques. Horizontal and vertical provenience data on other structural remains will aid in the interpretation of aspects of the building superstructure.
Architecture. The minimum GPA needed for admission into Architecture is a 2.5 in 24 transferable credits. Architecture is a competitive and selective major, so meeting the minimum does not guarantee admission into the program.
Architecture. Interior and exterior architectural materials and systems mentioned under this section are provided here as a guideline. Exterior Architecture General design criteria for the exterior architectural systems will be as follows. Walls for the main plant and miscellaneous structures will be provided as described below. o Main Plant. The walls of the main plant building, if provided, will be Metal Building Manufacturers' Association Standard or will consist of metal wall panel systems. Metal wall -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Proprietary Information Page 7 AES IRONWOOD CONTRACT FINAL ISSUE - OCTOBER 30, 1998 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2x1 501G REFERENCE PLANT APPLICATION HANDBOOK -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING DESIGN CRITERIA -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- panels will be of the field-erected type with exposed fasteners. Where insulation is required for metal wall panels, it will consist of a glass fiber bat or blanket type with a vinyl face.
Architecture. Vendor has read the detailed County requirements in the RFP. The Vendor has identified a number of options and has proposed this architecture summary for the ATS modernization initiative which is an open system environment that can be supported by County IT or Auditor-Controller IT. Figure 6 depicts an overview of Vendor’s target application architecture for the proposed ATS. As mandated, it will be in compliance the County’s technical requirements.
Architecture. 1 Construction plan 1~281-Polypid - PD-0009-1-50.pdf 25.5.17 11.7.17 13.7.17 Approved in principle Matches the background of marketing chart approved on 12.7.17. Final update is possible during execution in light of mistakes in planning in the area of offices.
Architecture. The buildings st1all be in general conformance with the architectural themes displayed In the Pattern Book (see case file), which illustrations and information are conceptual in nature and may vary in detail. A-11
Architecture. The Mark V control configuration diagram depicts several advantages for increased reliability and ease of interface. For example: o Multiple unit control from a single [I] which allows any turbine to be controlled from any [I] o PC interface to plant DCS system o Hard wire protective signal from [R] [S] [T] controllers o Additional protective processors [X], [Y], [Z] The protective block diagram shows the built in redundancy/reliability of the Mark V control system. For example, if there is an overspeed condition requiring a trip of the unit, the first line of defense would be the primary overspeed protection via the [R], [S], and [T] controllers. All three trip signals then pass to the [P] trip card where two out of three voting occurs prior to sending the automatic fuel supply trip signal. The secondary overspeed protection is via the [X], [Y], and [Z] cards which similarly send their independent trip signals to the [P] trip card for voting. [GRAPHIC OMITTED] [GRAPHIC OMITTED]