Final Completion Sample Clauses

Final Completion. Construction Manager shall pay Owner Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) as liquidated damages for each day that Final Completion extends beyond the Final Completion Date.
Final Completion. The Work shall be fully and finally completed on or before TBD; provided, however, Owner may extend said time period in the event bad weather affects the progress of the Work. Owner shall, at its sole discretion, determine when the Work has been fully and finally completed to its satisfaction.
Final Completion. Final Completion shall be evidenced by the Design Professional’s Certificate of Final Completion. Final Completion should include completion of Permitted Incomplete Work, as defined in Section 6, Part 1.
Final Completion. Substantial completion shall not prejudice Tenant’s rights to require full completion of any remaining items of Work; however, if Landlord notifies Tenant in writing that the Work is fully completed, and Tenant fails to object thereto in writing within fifteen (15) days thereafter specifying in reasonable detail the items of work needed to be completed and the nature of work needed to complete said items, Tenant shall be deemed conclusively to have accepted the Work as fully completed (or such portions thereof as to which Tenant has not so objected).
Final Completion. Monitor the subcontractorsperformance on the completion of the Work and provide notice to Owner and Design Professional when the Work is ready for final inspection. Secure, review and certify compliance with the Contract Documents, then transmit to Owner, through Design Professional, and as an express condition precedent to final payment, all required guarantees, warranties, affidavits, releases, consent of surety to final payment, bonds, waivers, manuals, as-built drawings, and maintenance books.
Final Completion. Determine final completion and provide written notice to the Owner and Architect/Engineer that the Work is ready for final inspection. Secure and transmit to the Architect/ Engineer required guarantees, affidavits, releases, bonds and waivers. Turn over to the Owner all keys, manuals, record drawings and maintenance stocks.