Drawings Sample Clauses

Drawings. The Drawings are the graphic and pictorial portions of the Contract Documents, wherever located and wherever issued, showing the design, locations and dimensions of the Work, generally including plans, elevations, sections, details, schedules and diagrams.
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Drawings. That part of the Contract Documents prepared or approved by ENGINEER which graphically shows the scope, extent, and character of the Work to be performed by Contractor. Shop Drawings are not Drawings as so defined.
Drawings. In respect of the Concessionaire‟s obligations relating to the Drawings of the Bus Terminal as set forth in Schedule-H, the following shall apply:
Drawings. —That part of the Construction Contract Documents that graphically shows the scope, extent, and character of the Work to be performed by Contractor.
Drawings. Any review or approval of drawings by Buyer will be for Seller’s convenience and will not relieve Seller of its responsibility to meet all requirements of this Order.
Drawings. In respect of the Concessionaire’s obligations relating to the Drawings of the Project Highway as set forth in Schedule-H, the following shall apply:
Drawings. Subject to satisfaction by the Borrower of the conditions set out in Clause 3.1 (in respect of the first Drawing), or Clause 3.2 (in respect of all subsequent Drawings) and subject to Clause 2.3, and provided that the maximum aggregate amount of the Facility Outstandings at any given time during the Facility Period shall not exceed the Maximum Facility Amount, each Drawing shall be advanced to the Borrower, in each case by the Agent transferring the amount of the Drawing to such account as the Borrower shall notify to the Agent in the relevant Drawdown Notice by such same day method of funds transfer as the Agent shall select.
Drawings. Engineer shall verify and show existing field conditions of roadways and access to adjacent properties. Engineer shall show traffic control devices and location of traffic flow, indicated by direction arrows, for each phase of the Project. Engineer shall define construction areas by appropriate identifications, such as cross-hatching. Show all barricades, traffic signing, traffic signal changes, detour routing, and special intersection treatment details. Engineer shall show only roadways that are existing or to be constructed under the Project. Do not show roadways that have been removed or that will be constructed in future contracts. Engineer shall prepare cross sections for major thoroughfares and for each roadway variation showing the traffic lanes, construction pavement markings, delineators, barriers, buffer zone for barrels and concrete traffic barriers (CTBs), pavement drop-off, and construction details. Engineer shall pictorially represent all construction signing and label with appropriate identification number as shown in TMUTCD. Show and identify all other traffic control devices in the plans and cross sections. Engineer shall use a “typical” TCP detail for portions of the Project wherever possible. Engineer shall prepare traffic control construction quantities and estimate of construction cost. Engineer shall add general notes to the drawings or to the City’s Standard General Note Drawing, as required for clarity. Engineer shall include the City of Houston Standard Specifications for Traffic Control, and supplement as required.
Drawings. Seller's prints and drawings (including without limitation, the underlying technology) furnished by Seller to Buyer in connection with this agreement are the property of Seller and Seller retains all rights, including without limitation, exclusive rights of use, licensing and sale. Possession of such prints or drawings does not convey to Buyer any rights or license, and Buyer shall return all copies (in whatever medium) of such prints or drawings to Seller immediately upon request therefor.
Drawings. Seller shall furnish PDF files of all plans, drawings, specifications and similar documents delivered by Seller in performing the Work (“Drawings”) in accordance with the data submittal requirements set forth in Attachment 2 (“Technical Requirements”). Timely submittal of all required data is important for support of overall Project design and installation schedules. Such Drawings shall be properly identified as directed by Purchaser. All Drawings submitted by Seller shall be first submitted to Purchaser before being submitted in final form to Purchaser. Purchaser may make suggestions regarding the Drawings, but such review by Purchaser shall not relieve Seller from responsibility for errors or omissions therein. If Purchaser makes any correction, change or suggestion to any Drawing, Purchaser shall return the Drawing to Seller no later than fourteen (14) days after receipt from Seller. All changes required as a result of errors or omissions shall be made by Seller irrespective of any prior review by Purchaser. For the avoidance of doubt the provided Drawings shall be comparable to those normally supplied by Seller in connection with a new MHF installation. All non-proprietary Drawings prepared by Seller for the Project and delivered to Purchaser shall be the sole property of Purchaser. Purchaser shall have a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual license to use all proprietary Drawings solely in connection with the construction, operation and maintenance of the Project, and Purchaser shall be entitled to share the Drawings with EPC Contractor as required to design and erect any interfacing or connecting structure, piping, electrical raceway, instrumentation or other similar appurtenances; provided, however, that EPC Contractor agrees to the same restrictions on use as Purchaser in a writing addressed to Seller and signed by EPC Contractor. Any disclosure of Confidential Information in the Drawings designated as provided in Article 26 shall be subject to confidentiality provisions at least as strict as those included in Article 26 and in the confidentiality agreement between the Parties included at Attachment 11 (“Confidentiality Agreement”). Seller shall deliver all Drawings to Purchaser not later than the completion of the Work. During the progress of the Work, Seller shall keep at the Site a record of all Work performed which is different from, or in addition to, that shown on Purchaser’s drawings, a copy of which shall be provided to Purchaser promptly a...