Estimating Sample Clauses

Estimating. The cost of estimating services which may be required during the Construction Phase in locations other than the Project Site.
Estimating. (1) Prepare a Class C Construction Cost Estimate at the end of the Schematic Design Phase. (2) Advise the Owner if it appears that the Construction Cost Estimate may exceed the Project budget, and make recommendation for corrective action. .3
Estimating. Verify the validity of budget assumptions. Provide full detailed estimates based on the existing drawings and specifications that have been issued for bid.
Estimating. Prepare a complete, detailed estimate of the Stipulated Sum or GMP. Reconcile its estimates with those of any Owner’s cost consultants.
Estimating. 1.7.1 In order to facilitate the usefulness and reliability of the A/E’s and the Contractor’s respective estimating deliverables, (1) before the start of estimating, the A/E and the Contractor shall reach agreement on a common estimating protocol and deliverable format for the Project, but (2) the A/E shall otherwise complete its estimating Services independent of the Contractor’s estimating services.
Estimating. Variable Cost Work must be estimated in SOW. Vendor must detail the cost of each role, skill set, or fee from Exhibit A (Pricing Exhibit).
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Estimating. Promptly after approval of the Schematic Design Drawings for Landlord’s TI Work and the Design Development Drawings for Landlord’s TI Work, Landlord shall submit such plans to the Construction Manager. Landlord shall cause the Construction Manager to prepare an estimated cost to complete (each a “Cost Estimate”) based on such submissions. Provided Tenant submits the TI Plans in accordance with the Plan Submittal Deadlines, Landlord shall use reasonable efforts to cause the Construction Manager to deliver the applicable Cost Estimate to Tenant:
Estimating. AG will provide an estimate based on dimensions provided by the Customer. AG will use the estimate to determine an approximate amount of payment between AG and the Customer. AG will also use the approximate amount to establish a deposit amount (50% of the estimated amount, which both parties agree to) due before templating. ESTIMATES AMOUNTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
Estimating. To facilitate the usefulness and reliability of the Architect’s and Construction Manager’s respective estimating deliverables, (i) before the start of estimating, the Architect and Construction Manager shall reach agreement on a common estimating protocol and deliverable format for the Project, but (ii) the Construction Manager shall otherwise complete its estimating services independent of the Architect’s estimating services. The Architect is required, in accordance with the schedule requirements, to provide preliminary design drawings. The Construction Manager shall promptly and in accordance with the schedule requirements:
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