Boring Sample Clauses

Boring f. Boundary Wall.
Boring. Prior to conducting any boring work on or near Grantor's rail corridor or property (which shall only be permitted within the Premises), Grantee and Grantee's Contractors shall explore the proposed location for such work with hand tools to a depth of at least three (3) feet below the surface of the ground to determine whether pipelines or other structures exist below the surface, provided, however, that in lieu of the foregoing, Grantee shall have the right to use suitable detection equipment or other generally accepted industry practice (e.g., consulting with the Underground Services Association) to determine the existence or location of pipelines and other subsurface structures prior to drilling or excavating with mechanized equipment. Upon Grantee's written request, which shall be made thirty (30) business days in advance of Grantee's proposed construction or modification of any Improvements, Grantor will provide to Grantee any information that Grantor has in the possession of its Engineering Department concerning the existence and approximate location of Grantor's underground utilities and pipelines at or near the vicinity of any proposed Improvements. Prior to conducting any boring work, Grantee, and Grantee's Contractors, shall review all such material. Grantor does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of information relating to subsurface conditions and Grantee's, and Grantee's Contractors', operations at all times shall be subject to the liability provisions set forth herein. For all bores greater than 20 inches in diameter and at a depth less than ten (10) feet below the bottom of a rail, Grantee, and Grantee's Contractors, shall perform a soil investigation which must be reviewed by Grantor prior to construction. This study is to determine if granular material is present, and to prevent subsidence during the installation process. If the investigation determines in Grantor's reasonable opinion that granular material is present, Grantor may select a new location for Grantee's use, or may require Grantee, and Grantee's Contractors, to furnish for Grantor's review and approval, in Grantor's sole discretion, a remedial plan to deal with the granular material. Once Grantor has approved any such remedial plan in writing, Grantee, and Grantee's Contractors, at Grantee's sole cost, shall carry out the approved plan in accordance with all terms thereof and hereof. Any open hole, boring or well constructed on the Premises by Grantee, or Grantee's Contrac...

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