Dusty Work Sample Clauses

Dusty Work. Tenant shall notify the Project Manager prior to commencement of extremely dusty work (sheetrock cutting, sanding, extensive brooming, etc.)so that prior arrangements can be made for additional filtering capacity on the affected HVAC equipment. Failure to make such notification will result in the Tenant being responsible for any costs to return the equipment to proper condition. If work is being performed for a particular tenant, that tenant shall pay for the additional construction filter.
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Dusty Work. Contractor shall notify the Management Office prior to commencement of extremely dusty work (sheetrock cutting, sanding, extensive brooming, etc.) as this work may affect HVAC equipment and fire safety equipment.
Dusty Work. Contractor will notify Landlord’s Representative prior to commencement of extremely dusty work (i.e. sheet rock cutting, sanding, extensive sweeping, etc.) so that arrangements may be made for additional filtering capacity on the affected HVAC equipment. Contractor will absorb the costs associated with additional filtering and returning the equipment to its original working order (i.e. coil cleaning and filter change out). Contractor is responsible for the removal of all construction related trash. Any special accommodations should be coordinated with Landlord’s Representative.
Dusty Work. Contractor will notify the Property Manager prior to commencement of extremely dusty work (i.e. sheet rock cutting, sanding, extensive sweeping, etc.) so that arrangements may be made for additional filtering capacity on the affected HVAC equipment. Contractor will absorb the costs associated with additional filtering and returning the equipment to its original working order (i.e. coil cleaning and filter change-out). Contractor is responsible for the removal of all construction-related trash. Any special accommodations should be coordinated with the Property Manager.
Dusty Work. The General Contractor shall notify Landlord prior to the commencement of any extremely dusty work (e.g., sheet rock cutting, sanding, extensive brooming, etc.) and the General Contractor shall arrange for additional filtering capacity on the affected HVAC equipment. Failure to make such prior notification will result in the General Contractor absorbing any costs associated with returning any HVAC equipment damaged by dust to its original condition.
Dusty Work. The Contractor shall notify Owner prior to the commencement of any extremely dusty work (e.g., sheetrock cutting, sanding, extensive brooming, etc.) such that Contractor may arrange for additional filtering capacity on the affected HVAC equipment. If possible, Contractor shall place the Work Area in negative pressure. Failure to make such prior notification will result in the Contractor absorbing any costs associated with returning any HVAC equipment and any other existing improvements damaged by dust to their original condition. The Contractor is responsible for protecting the Building HVAC system in the Work Area. The Contractor shall provide temporary replaceable media type construction filters on units in accordance with the Owner’s Standards. All filters shall be inspected by the Contractor on a regular basis and replaced as required to maintain the equipment in clean and “like-new” condition through the Work. Upon completion of the Work, the Contractor will be responsible for removing all temporary filters and installing all new filters per the Owner’s standards. If the Contractor neglects to remove the temporary filters or install the permanent filters, the Owner reserves the right to replace these filters and back charge the Contractor for all associated costs.
Dusty Work. Tenant shall notify the Project Manager prior to commencement of extremely dusty work (sheetrock cutting, sanding, extensive brooming, etc.)so that prior arrangements can be 101 HUDSON STREET TENANT CRITERXX XXXXXX made for additional filtering capacity on the affected HVAC equipment. Failure to make such notification will result in the Tenant being responsible for any costs to return the equipment to proper condition. If work is being performed for a particular tenant, that tenant shall pay for the additional construction filter.

Related to Dusty Work

  • Day Work The work week shall be thirty-seven and one-half (37 ½) hours exclusive of lunch periods, comprising five (5) days of seven and one-half (7 ½) hours each, Monday through Friday. The work day shall be scheduled to fall between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., unless otherwise agreed.

  • Extra Work At any time during the Term of this Agreement, City may request that Consultant perform Extra Work. As used herein, “Extra Work” means any work which is determined by City to be necessary for the proper completion of the Project, but which the Parties did not reasonably anticipate would be necessary at the execution of this Agreement. Consultant shall not perform, nor be compensated for, Extra Work without written authorization from City’s Representative.

  • Project Work PURCHASER shall complete the following projects in accordance with the specifications provided in Exhibits B, C, D, E, and F and written instructions from STATE. Project locations are shown on Exhibit A unless otherwise described. PURCHASER shall furnish all material unless otherwise specified.

  • THE WORK The Work comprises the completed construction required by the Contract Documents and includes all labor necessary to produce such construction, and all materials and equipment incorporated or to be incorporated in such construction.

  • Shift Work For purposes of this Article, when a work shift includes consecutive hours which fall in two (2) calendar days, that work shift shall be considered as falling on the calendar day in which the majority of hours in the shift fall. When a work shift includes an equal number of consecutive hours in each of two (2) calendar days, that work shift shall be considered as falling on the first of the two (2) calendar days.

  • Contract Work The provision of goods and services identified in the Contract constitute the contract work (Contract Work). Contractor shall perform the Contract Work pursuant to the terms of the Contract. Contractor shall furnish all labor, materials, equipment, tools, transportation, services, appliances and appurtenances for the Contract Work in strict conformity with this Contract, within the time-period prescribed by the City.

  • Faculty Workload The workload of faculty includes student advising, maintaining and improving expertise in a discipline and in pedagogy, serving on departmental and university committees, contributing to student growth and development, evaluating student performance, scholarly activities, and service to university and community, as well as teaching and class preparation. Additionally, as a professional, a faculty member shall devote a substantial amount of his/her workload to course preparation, research, the maintenance of professional expertise, innovations in teaching/learning and other similar activities. These endeavors shall comprise the faculty member’s workload.

  • Tenant Improvements Landlord shall cause the Core and Shell Contractor or another Contractor designated by Landlord and approved by Tenant, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed (“TI Contractor”, and together with Core and Shell Contractor, “Contractor”) to commence and thereafter diligently prosecute the construction of the tenant improvements in the Premises pursuant to the Work Letter (the “Tenant Improvements”); provided, however, that before performing the Tenant Improvements, Landlord shall prepare in good faith an estimated budget for the construction of the Tenant Improvements and deliver such budget to Tenant for Tenant’s written approval prior the start of construction (the “Budget”). Landlord and Tenant shall work together cooperatively and in good faith to achieve a mutually acceptable Budget. Landlord shall update the Budget for Tenant’s review and approval at reasonable intervals and shall notify Tenant in writing if the Budget is likely to be exceeded. If there is an indication that the Budget is likely to be exceeded, Landlord and Tenant shall work together cooperatively, if required by Tenant, to modify the scope of the Tenant Improvements to bring the same in line with a budget reasonably acceptable to Tenant. The Tenant Improvements shall be performed in a workmanlike manner and shall substantially conform with Applicable Laws and the Approved TI Plans (as defined in the Work Letter). Tenant shall pay all TI Costs, except that Landlord shall pay for TI Costs that do not exceed the TI Allowance. The “TI Allowance” shall mean (a) One Hundred Twenty Five Dollars ($125.00) per rentable square foot of the Premises (the “Initial TI Allowance”), together with (b) the Additional Allowance. The “TI Costs” shall mean all Tenant Core and Shell Costs (as defined in the Work Letter) and all costs and expenses of performing the TI Work, including without limitation the hard and soft costs of (i) construction, (ii) the Construction Management Fee (as such term is defined in the Work Letter) and any Project or construction management fees paid by Tenant to an unaffiliated third party (such fees not to exceed three percent (3%) of the TI Allowance), (iii) space planning, design, architect, engineering, data and phone cabling and other related services, (iv) costs and expenses for labor, material, equipment, data and phone cabling and fixtures (including, without limitation, any of the Attached Property (as defined in Section 18.5), (v) building permits and other taxes, fees, charges and levies by governmental and quasi-governmental agencies for permits or for inspections of the Tenant Improvements, and (vi) the Warm Shell Costs. In no event shall the TI Allowance be used for: (w) the purchase of any furniture, personal property or other non-building system equipment, (x) costs resulting from a Tenant Delay, (y) costs resulting from any default by Tenant of its obligations under this Lease, or (z) costs that are recoverable or reasonably recoverable by Tenant from a third party (e.g., insurers, warrantors, or tortfeasors). In the event the estimated total TI Costs (as set forth in the Budget) exceed the TI Allowance, Tenant shall deposit with Landlord such overage (the “TI Allowance Excess”), within five (5) business days of receiving the Budget (the “TI Deposit”). In the event Landlord determines the estimate of the TI Costs set forth in the Budget underestimates the amount of TI Costs so that the TI Deposit will not be sufficient to cover the TI Allowance Excess, then Landlord shall communicate the same to Tenant and, if required by Tenant, the parties shall discuss revisions to the Budget and Tenant may make a TI Tenant Change Order Request to reduce TI Costs, and unless the TI Costs are reduced to be within the Budget and previously paid TI Deposit, Tenant shall promptly pay the additional amount to Landlord, and such additional amount shall be added to the TI Deposit. If the sum of the TI Allowance plus the TI Deposit is not sufficient to cover the TI Costs, Tenant shall reimburse Landlord the difference between (a) the TI Costs and (b) the sum of the TI Allowance and the TI Deposit. However, Landlord shall be solely responsible for any costs related to the Tenant Improvements to the extent the same result from Landlord’s gross negligence, intentional misconduct or breach of Lease. Landlord and Tenant shall work together cooperatively at no cost or risk to Landlord to maximize Tenant’s ability, to the extent reasonably possible, to obtain the benefit of any applicable research and development tax credits with respect to the Tenant Improvements.

  • Tenant’s Work Section 5.1 Except as may be expressly provided in this lease, Tenant shall not replace any fixtures in the Premises or make any changes, improvements, alterations or additions (collectively, “Tenant’s Work”), to the Premises, the Real Property, the Building systems, or any part thereof, without Xxxxxxxx’s prior consent. Landlord’s consent shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed if Tenant’s Work (a) is nonstructural, and (b) does not (i) affect any part of the Real Property outside the Premises (including the Building roof) or the exterior of the Premises, (ii) affect any structural element of the Building, (iii) adversely affect any Building system, or (iv) require an amendment of the certificate of occupancy for the Premises or the Building, ( c) is not visible outside the Premises and (d) is performed only by contractors and subcontractors first approved by Landlord (which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed). Xxxxxxxx’s consent shall not be required with respect to such of Tenant’s Work as are cosmetic alterations (such as painting the interior of the Premises, carpeting, and installation of shelving and display cases) inside the Premises (“Cosmetic Alterations”), provided Tenant complies with the other applicable provisions of this lease. Tenant’s Work shall be performed, at Tenant’s expense, with diligence when started so as to promptly complete it in a good and worker-like manner using new materials of first class quality and in compliance with this lease, all Laws and Tenant’s Plans (as defined in Section 5.2) as approved by Landlord. As part of Tenant’s Work, Tenant shall soundproof the Premises and install appropriate ventilation if required so that Tenant’s use of the Premises shall not result in noise and/or odors being transmitted outside the Premises. Tenant’s Work shall be fully paid for by Tenant when payment is due and shall not be financed with any conditional sales or title retention agreements or by the granting of any security interests, liens, encumbrances or financing statements. Tenant’s Work shall be deemed, upon installation, to be improvements and betterments that become the property of Landlord at installation, and shall remain upon and be surrendered with the Premises, at the expiration of the Term (or the sooner termination of this lease in accordance with its provisions) unless Landlord notifies Tenant in accordance with the provisions of this Article that Landlord relinquishes its rights thereto, in which case Tenant shall be obligated to remove such Tenant’s Work.

  • Construction Work The regulation at 41 C.F.R. § 60-1.3 defines “construction work” as the construction, rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, extension, demolition or repair of buildings, highways, or other changes or improvements to real property, including facilities providing utility services. The term also includes the supervision, inspection, and other onsite functions incidental to the actual construction.