Building Standard. “Building Standard” means the minimum or exclusive type, brand, quality or quantity of materials Landlord designates for use in the Building from time to time.
Building Standard. The phrase "Building standard" will, in all instances, mean the type, brand and/or quality of materials Landlord designates from time to time to be the minimum quality to be used in the Building or the exclusive type, grade or quality of material to be used in the Building and the then-current standard described in Landlord's most recently published schedule of Building standard or, if no such schedule has been published, to the standard which commonly prevails in and for the entire Building.
Building Standard. Tenant shall be required to use, and the Final Plans shall specify Building Standard (a) light fixtures, (b) doors, (c) ceiling tiles, and (d) hardware throughout the Expansion Space and the costs of purchasing, transporting and installing each of the foregoing Building Standard items shall be borne solely by Tenant, subject, however, to the reimbursement provisions of Paragraph 7 below. Whenever the term "Building Standard" is used in this Work Letter Agreement, it shall mean the exclusive type, brand, quality, and/or quantity of materials Landlord designates from time to time to be the quality or quantity to be used in the Building.
Building Standard. Component elements utilized in the design and construction of the Tenant’s Work that have been pre-selected by the Landlord to ensure uniformity of quality, function, and appearance throughout the Building. These elements include, but are not limited to, ceiling systems, doors, hardware, walls, floor coverings, finishes, window coverings, light fixtures, and HVAC components.
Building Standard. The phrase “Building standard” shall, in all instances, refer to the then-current standard described in Landlord’s most recently adopted schedule of Building standard or, if no such schedule has been adopted, to the standard which commonly prevails in and for the entire Building.
Building Standard. Tenant will utilize items designated by Landlord as “Building Standard” or items of equal or higher quality, in Landlord’s reasonable opinion, to assure the consistent quality and appearance of the Building. No deviation from the Building Standard will be permitted in the Space Plan and Construction Drawings and Specifications without Landlord’s consent, which may be withheld in Landlord’s sole discretion. However, Landlord will not unreasonably withhold approval of deviations from the Building Standard as to partitions, floor coverings, wall finishes, or special lighting fixtures, provided that no such deviation is of lesser quality than the Building Standard. Landlord will not approve any deviations which Landlord believes (a) do not conform to applicable codes, ordinances and other Laws or are disapproved by any governmental agency, (b) require services beyond the level normally provided to other tenants in the Building, or (c) are of a nature or quality that are inconsistent with Landlord’s overall plan or objectives for the Building. No approval by Landlord of any deviation constitutes an acknowledgment by Landlord that such deviations are in conformance with applicable codes, ordinances and other Laws.