ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT Sample Clauses

ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT. PROJECT SCHEDULE Promptly after the execution of this Contract, the Consultant shall prepare and submit for approval to District a schedule showing the order in which Consultant proposes to carry out Consultant's Services (“Project Schedule”). The Project Schedule shall apply to the completion of all Services listed hereunder within the times established by this Contract. The Project Schedule shall be in the form of a progress chart clearly delineating all important increments and review dates. Consultant shall update the Project Schedule at least monthly and shall deliver two (2) copies of a current Project Schedule to District along with the monthly billing. E XHIBIT D SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1J, MULTNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON (PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS) ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS Minimum Limits of Insurance. Consultant shall procure, prior to commencement of the Services of this Contract, and shall maintain, for the duration of this Contract, insurance against claims for injuries to persons or damages to property which may arise from or in connection with the performance of the Services hereunder by Consultant, its agents, representatives, employees and consultant(s). Consultant’s liabilities, including but not limited to Consultant’s indemnity obligations, under this Contract, will not be deemed limited in any way to the insurance coverage required herein. Maintenance of specified insurance coverage is a material element of this Contract and Consultant’s failure to maintain or renew coverage or to provide evidence of renewal during the term of this Contract, as required or when requested, may be treated as a material breach of contract by District. Coverage shall be at least as broad as the following scopes and limits: Commercial General Liability. One million dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage. If Commercial General Liability or other form with a general aggregate limit is used, either the general aggregate limit will apply separately to each project/location or the general aggregate limit will be twice the required occurrence limit. Commercial Automobile Liability. One million dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and property damage.
ENGINEERING SERVICES CONTRACT. The scope of work in Phase 1 Engineering is aimed at defining sufficient project detail and scope and associated costs to reach a firm price and develop a construction contract with the Owner. With this signed Letter of Intent and the associated Phase 1 Engineering Services Agreement, and payment by the Owner, the Contractor/Engineer will develop process flow sheets, flow diagrams, mass and energy balance calculations, utility requirements and consumptions, develop a plant lay-out, define a detailed project scope definition, generate an equipment list, and a project schedule. All needed equipment will be appraised for procurement lead-time requirements. In addition, the Contractor/Engineer will assist the Owner’s Environmental Engineer by providing information needed to permit the facility’s construction and operation by state agencies. The internal layout of the equipment in an enclosed process building will be defined. The target completion date for this Phase 1 Engineering is 3-5 months from the date of this signed agreement. Owner agrees to compensate Contractor/Engineer in the sum of $400,000 for the above services. This amount will be fully credited to the “turn-keycontract price for the facility. Should the Owner elect to not move forward with Contractor/Engineer beyond the Phase 1 work list or to cancel work prior to completion of Phase 1 activities, Contractor/Engineer will retain ownership of all technology specific information (process equipment and chemistry specific information such as mass and energy balances, metallurgy, process conditions and layout of process equipment) generated to that date of cancellation of work. Non-technology specific information (site lay-out, logistics information, rail design, office layout and environmental information already provided) developed will be given to the Owner. Unused portions of the initial payment will be refunded to the Owner as well.

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  • Engineering Services Engineer shall perform Engineering Services as identified in Exhibit B entitled “Engineering Services.” County will prepare and issue Work Authorizations, in substantially the same form identified and attached hereto as Exhibit C and entitled “Work Authorization No. ”, to authorize the Engineer to perform one or more tasks of the Engineering Services. Each Work Authorization will include a description of the work to be performed, a description of the tasks and milestones, a work schedule for the tasks, definite review times by County and Engineer of all Engineering Services and a fee amount agreed upon by the County and Engineer. The amount payable for a Work Authorization shall be supported by the estimated cost of each work task as described in the Work Authorization. The Work Authorization will not waive the Engineer’s responsibilities and obligations established in this Contract. The executed Work Authorizations shall become part of this Contract. All work must be completed on or before the date specified in the Work Authorization. The Engineer shall promptly notify the County of any event which will affect completion of the Work Authorization, although such notification shall not relieve the Engineer from costs or liabilities resulting from delays in completion of the Work Authorization. Should the review times or Engineering Services take longer than shown on the Work Authorization, through no fault of Engineer, Engineer may submit a timely written request for additional time, which shall be subject to the approval of the County. Any changes in a Work Authorization shall be enacted by a written Supplemental Work Authorization before additional costs may be incurred. Any Supplemental Work Authorization must be executed by both parties within the period specified in the Work Authorization.

  • Monitoring Services The Fund will open with Mellon one or more custody accounts, each designated "Series" (each such designated custody account hereinafter referred to as a "Series Account"). Each Series Account will contain the appropriate designation in its title and will be operated subject to the terms of the Custodian Agreement. Russell/Mellon will monitor the assets delivered to each Series Account for conformity with the guidelines set forth in Schedule A attached hereto entitled Conforming Assets Guidelines (the "Guidelines"). For purposes of this Agreement, Russell/Mellon will only be responsible for performing conforming assets tests on assets that are traded through the Series Accounts and shall not be responsible for monitoring the continuing compliance with the Guidelines of assets held in the Series Accounts. In order to carry out the conforming assets tests, Russell/Mellon will rely on the trade information that Mellon receives from the Fund on behalf of the Series and from broker confirmations tendered by brokers to Mellon through The Depository Trust Company's Institutional Delivery Confirmation System ("DTC ID"). Such trade information must be complete, properly formatted and provided to Mellon in a timely manner. Russell/Mellon shall perform the conforming asset tests with respect to each asset added to the Series Account promptly after receipt of the related trade information and in any event within one business day of such receipt by Mellon. If by applying the conforming assets tests to the Series Accounts an instance of noncompliance with the Guidelines is noted, Russell/Mellon will notify MBIA and the Fund promptly of such noncompliance in writing via facsimile transmission. Once Russell/Mellon has notified the Fund and MBIA as to the existence of noncompliance, Russell/Mellon shall have no further obligation or duty to the Fund, the Series or MBIA to monitor the trade, or to report its cure.

  • Manufacturing Services Patheon will perform the Manufacturing Services for the Territory for the fees specified in a Product Agreement in Schedules B and C to manufacture Products for Client. Schedule B to a Product Agreement sets forth a list of cost items that are included or not included in the Price for Products; all cost items that are not included in the Price are subject to additional fees to be paid by the Client. Patheon may amend the fees set out in Schedules B and C to a Product Agreement as set forth in Article 4. Patheon may change the Manufacturing Site for the Products only with the prior written consent of Client, this consent not to be unreasonably withheld. Patheon’s percentage of manufacturing exclusivity for the Product will be set forth in the Product Agreement. Patheon will be entitled to any applicable manufacturing tax credits that arise from performing the Manufacturing Services under this Agreement. In performing the Manufacturing Services, Patheon and Client agree that:

  • Construction Phase Services The Construction Phase shall be deemed to commence upon the date specified in a written Notice to Proceed issued by Owner after approval of the Guaranteed Maximum Price Proposal and shall continue until Final Completion of all Work. Pre-Construction Phase Services may overlap Construction Phase Services. Contractor shall not incur any Subcontractor costs for construction of the Project prior to issuance by Owner of written authorization to commence such Work. Contractor shall perform the following Construction Phase Services:

  • Construction Services 4.01. Be available for discussion and consultation during the construction phase, but construction observation will be the responsibility of the City of Overland Park.

  • Training Services Fiserv shall provide training, training aids, user manuals, and other documentation for Client's use as Fiserv finds necessary to enable Client personnel to become familiar with Fiserv Services. If requested by Client, classroom training in the use and operation of Fiserv Services will be provided at a training facility designated by Fiserv. All such training aids and manuals remain Fiserv's property.

  • Billing Services Audits: The First Party shall be informed by the Second Party of any audit by the Second Party of its records and operations at the University of Louisville. The First Party shall receive a full report of any such audits (e.g. notification of the completion of any required audits, any adverse findings which impact this Agreement). The First Party or its designee shall have the right to conduct its own audit of the Second Party’s records as they relate to this contract by giving seven (7) working days notice to the Second Party. The First Party shall notify the Second Party, in writing, of any deficiency made known as a result of said audits, in their accounting procedures. If the First Party audit should uncover any billing discrepancies of more than one (1) percent, the cost of such audit shall be at the Second Party’s expense.

  • Technical Services Party B will provide technical services and training to Party A, taking advantage of Party B’s advanced network, website and multimedia technologies to improve Party A’s system integration. Such technical services shall include:

  • PROJECT SERVICES Landlord shall furnish services as follows:

  • Contracted Services In a fixed price contract, if the number of services provided is less than the number of services for which the Contractor received compensation, funds to be returned to the ADHS shall be determined by the Contract price. Where the price is determined by cost per unit of service or material, the funds to be returned shall be determined by multiplying the unit of service cost by the number of services the Contractor did not provide during the Contract term. Where the price for a deliverable is fixed, but the deliverable has not been completed, the Contractor shall be paid a pro rata portion of the completed deliverable. In a cost reimbursement contract, the ADHS shall pay for any costs that the Contractor can document as having been paid by the Contractor and approved by ADHS. In addition, the Contractor will be paid its reasonable actual costs for work in progress as determined by Generally Accepted Accounting Procedures up to the date of contract termination.