Design Review Sample Clauses

Design Review. Tenant's Storefront design will be subject to Landlord's approval and will be in harmony with the overall quality and character of the mall. Landlord will review each Storefront design carefully to ensure the suitability of the design to the merchandise sold within the store and to the store's location within the mall. Landlord also reserves the right to modify Tenant's design and material election for the Storefront.
Design Review. Customer shall provide the Company an electrical one-line diagram and a relaying and metering one-line diagram prior to completion of detailed designs, unless the Customer is installing a package system that is pre-certified to IEEE 1547.1 and UL 1741 standards. Packaged Systems pre-certified under IEEE Standard 1547.1 and UL Standard 1741 will not require a relaying and metering one-line diagram. The submitted application and diagrams will be processed, reviewed, and acted upon in accordance with the Level 1 Process Rules of the Commission.
Design Review. TONGSHI agrees prior to finalization of the overall design for each China WORLDSPACE PC Card and each China WORLDSPACE Receiver model that it shall furnish to WORLDSPACE, free of cost, for WORLDSPACE’s prior written approval and comment as to quality and appearance for purposes of Article, with the following: (i) TONGSHI’s testing procedures to be undertaken for the China WORLDSPACE PC Card or China WORLDSPACE Receiver and all applicable performance standards and quality review procedures to be applied and (ii) sketches, drawings, mock-ups, photographs, or equivalents thereof of the exterior of the China WORLDSPACE PC Card or China WORLDSPACE Receiver showing detail including but not limited to the placement of all WORLDSPACE Marks and other trademarks, text, notices, symbols, designs and markings.
Design Review. Developer acknowledges and agrees that in reviewing and approving documents under this Section, Agency is acting as a legal entity separate and distinct from the City and that Agency’s actions in this regard are separate and distinct from the City’s conduct of its typical governmental functions and exercise of its police powers in its governmental capacity.
Design Review. YMCA acknowledges and agrees that design and architectural review by the Agency and its consultants will be required at each stage of the development of the YMCA Facilities and that sketches, plans, and ultimately working drawings, specifications and similar documents will be required to be submitted for review and approval pursuant to the Definitive Agreement. Such design materials shall be provided at the sole cost of YMCA.
Design Review. At appropriate stages of design, documented reviews of the design results shall be planned and conducted. Participants at each Design Review shall include representatives of all functions concerned with the design stage being reviewed, as well as other specialist personnel, as required. Records of such reviews shall be maintained. Any computer software used to perform alternative calculations or verify clearances through the use of scale models or computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) techniques shall be validated before the use of the application, with validation documented in accordance with Section 2.2.15. In addition, at each submittal to IFA for review, Developer shall provide hand calculations that validate any calculations performed by computer software.
Design Review. The plans and specifications for each New Project shall be subject to Licensor’s review and, upon reasonable notice, inspection to ensure that they are in compliance with Brand Standards (subject to Project-specific variations to the Brand Standards that may be agreed to by the parties) and with Licensee’s obligations hereunder in accordance with the Design Review Addendum, the form of which is attached hereto as Exhibit G, and each such Project shall be submitted to Licensor’s design review process for review, comment, and approval. Licensee shall pay (or cause to be paid) to Licensor or its Affiliate a fixed fee for such review activities in accordance with the Design Review Addendum. Licensee agrees that, as between Licensee and its Affiliates on the one hand and Licensor and its Affiliates on the other hand, Licensee and its Affiliates (and not Licensor and its Affiliates) are responsible for: (i) ensuring that any design, construction documents, specifications, and any work related to the Projects complies with all Applicable Laws, including any requirements relating to disabled persons; (ii) any errors or omissions; or (iii) discrepancies of any nature in any drawings or specifications. Licensee further acknowledges and agrees that: (a) any review by Licensor or its Affiliates of plans for any Project is limited solely to determining whether the plans comply with the Brand Standards; and (b) Licensor and its Affiliates will have no liability or obligation with respect to the construction, conversion, renovation, upgrading or furnishing of the Projects other than as set forth in the Design Review Addendum.
Design Review. The design and materials of any improvements to the Property are subject to review and approval by the City of Norfolk Architectural Review Board (the “ARB”). No later than sixty (60) days after Buyer receives a fully executed copy of this Agreement, Buyer shall submit the proposed design of any improvements to the Property to the ARB. If Buyer wishes to make modifications to the design of the Project as approved by the ARB, Buyer shall submit such proposed modifications to the ARB for review and approval. Any such submission shall clearly identify all changes, omissions and additions as compared to the previously approved Project design documents. If the ARB determines, in its reasonable judgment, that the proposed modifications are not acceptable, the Seller shall so notify Buyer, specifying in reasonable detail in what respects such proposed modifications are not acceptable, and Buyer shall either (a) withdraw the proposed modifications, in which case construction of the Project shall proceed on the basis of the Project design previously approved by the ARB, or (b) revise the proposed modifications in response to the ARB’s objections and resubmit such modifications to the ARB, within thirty (30) days after receipt of such notice of objections, for review and approval. Buyer shall submit plans to the City’s Department of Planning and Community Development (a) when the design is approximately 10% complete, (b) when the design is approximately 30% complete, (c) when the design is approximately 60% complete, and (d) when the design is sufficiently complete such that Buyer’s contractor can proceed with construction (the “Final Plans”). The City’s Planning Director, or his/her designee, shall review the design submissions for the Property. Buyer may not proceed with construction until the Final Plans for the Property are approved by the Department of Planning and Community Development and, in order to enforce this Section 7, the Seller shall be entitled to seek injunctive relief without the necessity of showing monetary or special damages and without posting bond or security for a bond for the award of a permanent injunction. Review by the Department of Planning will include confirmation that the design at the 60% stage and the Final Plans are in substantial conformance with the previous plans approved by ARB or properly modified in accordance with this Agreement.