Construction and Implementation Costs Sample Clauses

Construction and Implementation Costs. 3.1 3.1 U S WEST shall perform construction for AT&T for the services provided hereunder pursuant to and in accordance with the terms of U S WEST's retail and wholesale construction charge tariffs, as appropriate for the type of service provided. Such construction charge tariffs shall be imposed only if U S WEST assesses its own end users such charges for similar construction and also demonstrates to the Commission that it is customary industry practice to charge end users for similar costs. If another CLEC or U S WEST receives a benefit from the construction or other activity for which AT&T is charged, AT&T is entitled to recover contribution from the CLEC, or, if applicable, U S WEST as a beneficiary, for a share of the costs.\3\
Construction and Implementation Costs. 3.1 U S WEST may assess Pac-West up-front, nonrecurring charges for construction costs associated with a service only if U S WEST assesses its own end users such charges for similar construction and also demonstrates to the Commission that it is customary industry practice to charge end users for similar costs. If a tariff exists, such charges are deemed to be a customary industry practice. U S WEST shall not double recover nonrecurring construction charges. If another CLEC or U S WEST receives a benefit from the construction or other activity for which Pac-West is charged, Pac-West is entitled to recover contribution from the CLEC, or, if applicable, U S WEST as a beneficiary, for a share of the costs.(4)
Construction and Implementation Costs. 3.1 U S WEST may assess AT&T up-front, nonrecurring charges for construction costs associated with a service if U S WEST assesses its own end users such charges for similar construction pursuant to U S WEST's tariffs. If AT&T requests a particularly extensive or risky form of construction that U S WEST can demonstrate was not contemplated when the applicable tariff was filed and approved or allowed to go into effect, U S WEST may require AT&T to submit the request pursuant to the BFR process as contemplated by this Agreement./4/

Related to Construction and Implementation Costs

  • Construction Costs All costs, expenses, fees, taxes and charges to construct the Tenant Improvements, including, without limitation, the following:

  • Construction Cost Budget The total cost to District of all elements of the Project designed or specified by the Architect, as adjusted during and at the end of the design phase in accordance with this Agreement and the Agreement for Architectural Services. The Construction Cost Budget does not include the compensation of the Project Design Team, the Program Manager (if any), the Construction Manager and any subconsultants, the cost of the land, rights-of-way, or financing which are the responsibility of the District.

  • Alterations, Additions, and Improvements (a) Tenant shall not make any alterations, additions, or improvements to the Property without Landlord's prior written consent, except for non-structural alterations which do not exceed Ten Thousand Dollars ($10,000) in cost cumulatively over the Lease Term and which are not visible from the outside of any building of which the Property is part. Landlord may require Tenant to provide demolition and/or lien and completion bonds in form and amount satisfactory to Landlord. Tenant shall promptly remove any alterations, additions, or improvements constructed in violation of this Paragraph 6.05(a) upon Landlord's written request. All alterations, additions, and improvements shall be done in a good and workmanlike manner, in conformity with all applicable laws and regulations, and by a contractor approved by Landlord. Upon completion of any such work, Tenant shall provide Landlord with "as built" plans, copies of all construction contracts, and proof of payment for all labor and materials.

  • Routine Maintenance, Construction, and Repair The NYISO or Connecting Transmission Owner may interrupt interconnection service or curtail the output of the Small Generating Facility and temporarily disconnect the Small Generating Facility from the New York State Transmission System or Distribution System when necessary for routine maintenance, construction, and repairs on the New York State Transmission System or Distribution System. The NYISO or the Connecting Transmission Owner shall provide the Interconnection Customer with five Business Days notice prior to such interruption. The NYISO and Connecting Transmission Owner shall use Reasonable Efforts to coordinate such reduction or temporary disconnection with the Interconnection Customer.

  • Construction of the Tenant Improvements Construction or installation of the Tenant Improvements shall be performed by a licensed general contractor or contractors selected by Tenant and approved by Landlord, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed (the “Tenant’s Contractor,” whether one or more), pursuant to a written construction contract negotiated and entered into by and between the Tenant’s Contractor and Tenant and approved by Landlord. Each such contract shall (i) obligate Tenant’s Contractor to comply with all reasonable rules and regulations of Landlord relating to construction activities in the Building, (ii) name Landlord as an additional indemnitee under the provisions of the contract whereby the Tenant’s Contractor holds Tenant harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, liabilities and expenses arising out of or resulting from the performance of such work, (iii) name Landlord as a beneficiary of (and a party entitled to enforce) all of the warranties of the Tenant’s Contractor with respect to the work performed thereunder and the obligation of the Tenant’s Contractor to replace defective materials and correct defective workmanship for a period of not less than one (1) year following final completion of the work under such contract, (iv) evidence the agreement of the Tenant’s Contractor that the provisions of the Lease shall control over the provisions of the contract with respect to distribution or use of insurance proceeds, in the event of a casualty during construction, and (v) evidence the waiver and release by the Tenant’s Contractor of any lien or right to assert a lien on all or any portion of the fee estate of Landlord in and to the Building as a result of the work performed or to be performed thereunder (and obligating the Tenant’s Contractor to include a substantially similar release and waiver provision in all subcontracts and purchase orders entered under or pursuant to the contract). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, union labor shall not be required to be used for construction of the Tenant Improvements; provided, however, Landlord shall be permitted to withhold its consent to a contractor proposed to be utilized by Tenant to the extent such contractor would create a labor dispute at the Building or Project that could impair or affect the Landlord’s ability to operate the Building or otherwise provide the services it is required to provide to its tenants. In the event there is any labor dispute as a result of Tenant’s contractor and such labor dispute is impairing or affecting Landlord’s ability to operate the Building or otherwise provide the services it is required to provide to its tenants, then Tenant shall immediately take such actions as may be required in order to cause such labor dispute to cease. Tenant and its contractors shall be required to comply with the constructions rules and regulations set forth Exhibit B-1 attached hereto (and the Tenant Improvement shall be required to incorporate all design elements set forth in such Exhibit B-1). Tenant acknowledges and understands that all roof penetrations involved in the construction of the Tenant Improvements must be performed by the Landlord’s Building roofing contractor. All costs, fees and expenses incurred with such contractor in performing such work shall be a cost of the Tenant Improvements (which such cost may be payable out of the Landlord’s Construction Allowance), in accordance with the provisions of this Exhibit B. Tenant or Tenant’s Contractor shall be responsible for all water, gas, electricity, sewer or other utilities used or consumed at the Premises during the construction of the Tenant Improvements. Tenant specifically agrees to carry, or cause the Tenant’s Contractor to carry, during all such times as the Tenant’s work is being performed, (a) builder’s risk completed value insurance on the Tenant Improvements, in an amount not less than the full replacement cost of the Tenant Improvements, (b) a policy of insurance covering commercial general liability, in an amount not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00), combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage per occurrence (and combined single limit coverage of $2,000,000.00 in the aggregate), and automobile liability coverage (including owned, non-owned and hired vehicles) in an amount not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined single limit (each person, each accident), and endorsed to show Landlord as an additional insured, and (c) workers’ compensation insurance as required by law, endorsed to show a waiver of subrogation by the insurer to any claim the Tenant’s Contractor may have against Landlord. Tenant shall not commence construction of the Tenant Improvements until Landlord has issued to Tenant a written authorization to proceed with construction after Tenant has delivered to Landlord’s construction representative (i) certificates of the insurance policies described above, (ii) copies of all permits required for construction of the Tenant Improvements and a copy of the permitted Final Plans as approved by the appropriate governmental agency, and (iii) a copy of each signed construction contract for the Tenant Improvements (a copy of each subsequently signed contract shall be forwarded to Landlord’s construction representative without request or demand, promptly after execution thereof and prior to the performance of any work thereunder). All of the construction work shall be the responsibility of and supervised by Tenant.

  • OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF COMMON AREAS During the Term, Landlord shall operate all Common Areas within the Building and the Project. The term “Common Areas” shall mean all areas within the Building and other buildings in the Project which are not held for exclusive use by persons entitled to occupy space, including without limitation parking areas and structures, driveways, sidewalks, landscaped and planted areas, hallways and interior stairwells not located within the premises of any tenant, common electrical rooms, entrances and lobbies, elevators, and restrooms not located within the premises of any tenant.

  • Operating and Maintenance Costs The Participating Generator shall be responsible for all its costs incurred in connection with operating and maintaining the Generating Units identified in Schedule 1 for the purpose of meeting its obligations under this Agreement.

  • Construction Cost The cost to Owner of the construction of those portions of the entire Project designed or specified by or for Engineer under this Agreement, including construction labor, services, materials, equipment, insurance, and bonding costs, and allowances for contingencies. Construction Cost does not include costs of services of Engineer or other design professionals and consultants; cost of land or rights-of-way, or compensation for damages to property; Owner’s costs for legal, accounting, insurance counseling, or auditing services; interest or financing charges incurred in connection with the Project; or the cost of other services to be provided by others to Owner. Construction Cost is one of the items comprising Total Project Costs.

  • Operating and Maintenance Expenses Subject to the provisions herein addressing the use of facilities by others, and except for operations and maintenance expenses associated with modifications made for providing interconnection or transmission service to a third party and such third party pays for such expenses, the Interconnection Customer shall be responsible for all reasonable expenses including overheads, associated with: (1) owning, operating, maintaining, repairing, and replacing the Interconnection Customer’s Interconnection Facilities; and (2) operation, maintenance, repair and replacement of the Participating TO’s Interconnection Facilities.

  • Construction Activities In this section, please include information on the status of any construction-related factors that may affect the ability of the Project to deliver Product to the Buyer. Include information on the Project infrastructure, generating equipment, and major auxiliary equipment. Also include information on the substations, switchyards, gen-ties, telecommunications equipment or other interconnection facilities that are the direct responsibility of the Project. Overview of major construction activities Please provide a summary of the status and progress of each major construction activity for all portions of the Project, including a schedule showing expected or actual dates as applicable. Provide the name of the EPC Contractor, the date of execution of the EPC Contract, and the date of issuance of a full Notice to Proceed (or equivalent). For each major type of equipment, break out the number of each item (to be) installed and/or commissioned in each month. Recent construction activities Please describe in detail the construction activities that occurred during the previous calendar month. Expected construction activities Please list the interconnection activities that are expected to be performed during the current calendar month.