Deliverables Sample Clauses

Deliverables. Upon satisfactory completion of the work authorization, the Engineer shall submit the deliverables as specified in the executed work authorization to the State for review and acceptance.
Deliverables. Upon completion of each Test for each Reviewable Receivable, the Asset Representations Reviewer shall record a finding based on the issues discovered. Findings categories are listed as follows: • Evidence that the applicable Test was satisfied (“Satisfied Test”); • Evidence that the applicable Test was not satisfied (“Unsatisfied Test”); and • Test incomplete as a result of missing or insufficient documentation (“Unsatisfied Test – Missing Required Documents”).
Deliverables. The deliverables to be specified in individual work authorizations for design surveys and construction surveys shall be any combination of the following: • Digital Terrain Models (DTM) and the Triangular Irregular Network (TIN) files in a format acceptable by the State. • Maps, plans, or sketches prepared by the Engineer’s Surveyor showing the results of field surveys. • Computer printouts or other tabulations summarizing the results of field surveys. • Digital files or media acceptable by the State containing field survey data (ASCII Data files). • Maps, plats, plans, sketches, or other documents acquired from utility companies, private corporations, or other public agencies, the contents of which are relevant to the survey. • Field survey notes, as electronic and hard copies. • An 8 ½ inch by 11 inch survey control data sheet for each control point which must include, but need not be limited to, a location sketch, a physical description of the point including a minimum of two reference ties, surface coordinates, a surface adjustment factor, elevation, and the horizontal and vertical datums used. A pre-formatted survey control data sheet form in MicrosoftOffice Word 2010 format will be provided by the State. • A digital and hard copy of all computer printouts of horizontal and vertical conventional traverses, GPS analysis and results, and survey control data sheets. • All GEOPAK GPK files and/or OpenRoads GEOPAK files. • Survey reports in a format requested by the State.
Deliverables. The Education Worker Diverse and Inclusive Workforce Committee (Committee) will produce a summary document that will identify and promote best practices that support diversity, equity, and inclusion. The summary document, once endorsed by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) and the Council of TrusteesAssociations (CTA), will be translated into the French language and distributed to all school boards where there are CUPE-represented members employed and to all corresponding CUPE/SCFP locals no later than October 31, 2016.
Deliverables. The committee will, during the life of the collective agreement, survey school boards with respect to the practices in place that support diversity, equity, inclusion and foster diverse and inclusive workforces. The committee will further gather data on the use of the tool previously provided by the committee to school boards including whether the tool was utilized and what changes have been implemented as a result. Leading practices, where jointly identified, will be further shared with school boards and locals.
Deliverables. In preparing right-of-way maps, the following are required: • An Abstract Map (Working Sketch) of the current record title holders. • A Preliminary Map showing the proposed schematic and existing right-of-way. • A Right-of-Way map for the project limits under cover of Title Sheet, Index Sheet, Control Data Sheet, and Exhibits of the property descriptions and parcel plats. • Documentation stating that the appropriate monuments were set on the proposed right- of-way lines at intersecting property lines, and at all PCs, PTs, angle points, intersecting right-of-way lines of side streets, and at 1,500 foot stations. • Documentation stating that the appropriate monuments were set on the existing right-of- way lines in areas of no acquisition at all PCs, PTs, angle points, and 1,500 foot stations, and as directed by the State. • The Engineer’s Surveyor’s report, outlining the approach, reasons or basis for the existing right-of-way determination, and conclusions made. • A copy of the State’s right-of-way mapping check list, signed by the Engineer’s Surveyor. FUNCTION CODE 160(150) – ROADWAY DESIGN
Deliverables. The Surveyor shall: • Submit a final aerial control point layout showing the location of the points and labeled with their respective alpha-numeric designations. • Submit a plot and computer graphics of an 11 inch by 17 inch index map showing an overall view of the project and the relationship of primary monumentation and control used in the preparation of the project, signed and sealed by a RPLS, and as directed by the State. • Submit a plot and computer graphics of an 11 inch by 17 inch horizontal and vertical control sheet showing the primary survey control monumentation used in the preparation of the project, signed and sealed by a RPLS, and as directed by the State. • Submit an 8 ½ inch by 11 inch data sheet for each aerial ground control point which must include, but need not be limited to, a location sketch, a physical description of the point, surface coordinates, the elevation, and datums used. • Submit a CD or DVD containing the graphics files and scanned images of the control data sheets. • Submit a written statement describing the datum used along with copies of all relevant NGS and data sheets. • Submit a written tabulation of all aerial control points with their respective alpha-numeric designations, surface coordinates (for center panel points only), and elevations.
Deliverables. Consultant shall deliver to the Client the studies, plans, specifications, or other documents as are identified in the Scope of Services; and Consultant shall, upon completion of all work, submit to the Client all information developed in the course of the Consultant's services. Consultant shall, in such time and in such form as the Client may require, furnish reports concerning the status of services required under this Agreement. Consultant shall, upon request by Client and upon completion or termination of this Agreement, deliver to the Client all material furnished to Consultant by the Client.