COST DATA Sample Clauses

COST DATA. 1. Contractor shall maintain full and correct information as to number of workers employed in connection with each subdivision of the Work, classification and rate of pay of each worker in the form of certified payrolls, cost to Contractor of each class of materials, tools and appliances used by Contractor in the Work, and amount of each class of materials used in each subdivision of the Work. Contractor shall provide the County with monthly summaries of this information. If Contractor maintains or is capable of generating summaries or reports comparing actual project costs with Bid estimates or any budgets, it shall provide the County with a copy of such report whenever it is generated or whenever it is requested by or on behalf of the County.
COST DATA. The Contractor shall segregate and accumulate cost data relating to this contract for each type of operation (examples: loading and discharging vessels, extra labor,detention, and equipment usage). The Contractor shall report this data monthly to the COR. Compensation for services defined in this paragraph are included in the commodity rates established in the SOR.
COST DATA. Contractor will furnish to AA in a Microsoft Excel(R) spreadsheet format, within forty-five (45) days after the end of each quarter, the following reports: DOT Form 41 Schedule P-1.2 (Statement of Operations) and P-5.2 (Aircraft Operating Expenses by type). Contractor agrees to provide this information to AA regardless of its obligation to report to the DOT.
COST DATA. The rates used to compute the structures gross replacement cost were supplied by CIPFA. The rates used for maintenance treatments were derived from SCOTS working group. Remaining Lives The remaining lives of the components that depreciate have been based upon the condition data as per the BCI figure.
COST DATA. The rates used for maintenance treatments were derived the maintenance treatment rates used in the valuation were derived from rates in the current term maintenance contracts and from tendered schemes undertaken within the last 2 years. The unit rates were adjusted to take account of traffic management costs, preliminaries and design and supervision costs. Table 8.6 Unit Rates UsedTraffic Management System AssetsEquipment Remaining Lives The remaining lives of the components that depreciate have been based upon the condition assessment.
COST DATA. The rates used to compute the footways gross replacement cost were supplied by CIPFA. Table 4.6a Default Unit GRC Costs Ex HAMFIG Footway HierarchyDefault GRC Rate (exHAMFIG) (£/sqm.) The valuation method used for this valuation however is based upon the fact that different material types have different useful lives and therefore depreciate at different rates. Whilst hierarchy is taken into account the material type is a greater determinant of current value than hierarchy. For this reason unit replacement rates have been used for the valuation that are not the default values above. They are however within reasonable bounds of the default values and are based upon local estimates of reconstruction rates for footways in Scotland. Table 4.6 Unit Rates UsedTreatmentDescription Maintenance Treatment Rates OverlayScarify existing surface up to 25mm depth. Addition of new surfacing on top of existing bituminous base construction. The rates used for maintenance treatments were derived from contract works. Remaining Lives The remaining lives of the components that depreciate have been based upon the condition data. Under the SCOTS RAMP project a method of assessment of footway condition has been defined. The method categorises condition into 4. The following rules have been used to assess remaining lives:
COST DATA. The total costs of all services provided under Article V of this Contract will be tracked by the SFC during the course of this fiscal year. The CDDO will cooperate with the SFC in this process.
COST DATA. If the opinion of value is to be supported with evidence of replacement costs, there shall be presented with regard to:✓ Improvements to real property: the date of construction, type of construction, and replacement cost of construction.✓ Machinery and equipment: the date of installation, installed cost, and any history of extraordinary use.✓ Both improvements and machinery & equipment: facts relating to depreciation, including any functional obsolescence, and remaining economic life.
COST DATA. The rates used for maintenance treatments are shown in Table 7.6 and were derived from best available contract/current data. Table 7.6 Street Furniture Unit RatesStreet Furniture AssetsRenewal Rate (£/unit)BasisSourceTraffic Signs (non-illuminated) Trees
COST DATA. If the opinion of value is to be supported with evidence of replacement cost, there shall be presented: