Dewatering Sample Clauses

Dewatering. 4.7.1 Where a part of a site is affected by surface water following a period of rain, thus rendering some areas unsafe for productive work, consistent with the Employer’s obligations under the OH&S Act, all non- trades employees shall assist in ‘dewatering’ their own work site or area if it is so affected. Such work to be paid at single time rates. Productive work will continue in areas not so affected.
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Dewatering. (a) Where the whole of a site is so affected by surface water following a period of rain that all productive work is suspended by agreement of the Parties, then dewatering shall proceed as above with Employees so engaged being paid at penalty rates as is the case for safety rectification work. This work is typically performed by Employees engaged within CW1, CW2 or CW3 classifications. When other Employees are undertaking productive work in an area or areas not so affected then dewatering will only attract single time rates.
Dewatering. 16.16 All sites will develop a Dewatering Plan through consultation with the Union, HSRs, Safety Committee and the site Contractors.
Dewatering. Due to the variable nature of groundwater levels and stormwater flows, it will be the Developer’s and the Developer’s contractors and subcontractors responsibility to satisfy themselves with regard to the elevation of groundwater in the area and the level of effort needed to perform dewatering and storm flow routing operations. All dewatering shall be in accordance with all applicable county, state, and federal rules and regulations. DNR regulations regarding appropriations permits shall also be strictly followed.
Dewatering. A. Provide labor and equipment necessary to adequately remove water from excavated areas including well pointing where excavations are near or below water table in order to maintain “dry” conditions in excavations at all times until backfilling is completed. Xxxxxxx excavations for cast-in-place structures to a minimum level of three feet below structural grade. Avoid settlement or damage to adjacent property. Dispose of water to an on-site drainage system approved by the Owner. When dewatering open excavations, xxxxxxx from outside the structural limits and from a point below the bottom of the excavation. Comply with dewatering permit.
Dewatering. Remove all water from excavations and maintain the excavations free of water while construction therein is in progress. Provide dewatering equipment as necessary to conform to this requirement. Dewatering procedures must meet all state and local regulatory requirements.
Dewatering. The Contractor shall take all risks regarding surface and sub soil water from whatever source and shall so deal with and dispose of such water in a manner approved by the Engineer to ensure that the excavations are kept dry. The Contractor shall provide all necessary plant, labour and materials required and all costs incurred shall be deemed to be included in his rates. The Contractor shall be responsible for damage to the Works or other property arising from insufficient or excessive dewatering and shall make good the same as soon as possible to the complete satisfaction of the Engineer and other relevant authorities at his own expense.
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Dewatering. A. Prevent surface water and ground water from entering excavations, from ponding on prepared subgrades, and from flooding Project site and surrounding area.
Dewatering. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for compliance with the FDEP Notice of Intent to Use the Generic Permit for Discharge of Groundwater from Dewatering Operations (FDEP Document 62-621.300(2)(b), which can be found at xxxxx:// If it is determined that the disposal or discharge of the dewatering effluent is not authorized by this generic permit, the CONTRACTOR shall diligently pursue further required permit(s) from FDEP or other agencies. Prior to submitting their bid, each prospective CONTRACTOR has the opportunity to perform a search to determine the extent, if any, of contaminated sites within 500 feet of the PROJECT boundaries. It is the intent of this paragraph to provide each prospective CONTRACTOR with an opportunity to investigate the water quality in the vicinity of the PROJECT in order to base his/her bid on means and methods of dewatering. If, prior to or during the dewatering, it is determined that the disposal or discharge of the dewatering effluent is not authorized by the FDEP’s Generic Permit for Stormwater Discharge from Large and Small Construction Activities, the CONTRACTOR shall diligently pursue further required permit(s) from FDEP or other agencies without resort to delay claims or recompense from the COUNTY for either permit application activities or the time required to obtain such permits. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all costs for water quality monitoring, treatment, storage, and disposal of the groundwater in a manner acceptable to the COUNTY and to all applicable regulatory agencies to reduce the concentration of parameters with exceedances to acceptable levels. The CONTRACTOR will be responsible for obtaining any additional permits required by regulatory agencies to implement the CONTRACTOR’s chosen method of disposal and discharge of the groundwater. No additional compensation will be made to CONTRACTOR for permitting. The CONTRACTOR shall comply with Water Quality Requirements of the Special Provisions, related to the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). Because the CONTRACTOR’S means and methods of dewatering could lead to potential liability to third parties for damages resulting from the means and methods of dewatering, at the COUNTY’S discretion the means and methods for the dewatering plans are subject to a prior cursory review by the COUNTY, where issues and concerns may be submitted for the CONTRACTOR’S consideration. The CONTRACTOR shall be deemed fully responsible ...
Dewatering. The Parties agree that they will not take actions to xxxxxxx perennial streams within the Off-Project Area. Dewatering is defined as a decrease in stream flow resulting from irrigation withdrawals within a perennial stream reach that results in a stream flow below twenty percent of the flow at the upstream end of that perennial stream reach. In addition to the factors in subsection 3.5.7, the WUP will prioritize funding of WUP Practices to avoid dewatering, including but not limited to use of the Oregon Conserved Water Statute. Based upon the recommendation of the LE and JME Technical Team, the JME will establish a methodology to provide the measurements needed for this provision.
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