Project Cost Overruns In the event that the Recipient determines that the moneys granted pursuant to Section II hereof, together with the Local Subdivision Contribution, are insufficient to pay in full the costs of the Project, the Recipient may make a request for supplemental assistance to its District Committee. The Recipient must demonstrate that such funding is necessary for the completion of the Project and the cost overrun was the result of circumstances beyond the Recipient's control, that it could not have been avoided with the exercise of due care, and that such circumstances could not have been anticipated at the time of the Recipient's initial application. Should the District Committee approve such request the action shall be recorded in the District Committee's official meeting minutes and provided to the OPWC Director for the execution of an amendment to this Agreement.
Project Cost An updated cost spreadsheet reflecting the current forecasted cost vs. the latest approved budget vs. the baseline budget should be included in this section. One way to track project cost is to show: (1) Baseline Budget, (2) Latest Approved Budget, (3) Current Forecasted Cost Estimate, (4) Expenditures or Commitments to Date, and (5) Variance between Current Forecasted Cost and Latest Approved Budget. Line items should include all significant cost centers, such as prior costs, right-of-way, preliminary engineering, environmental mitigation, general engineering consultant, section design contracts, construction administration, utilities, construction packages, force accounts/task orders, wrap-up insurance, construction contingencies, management contingencies, and other contingencies. The line items can be broken-up in enough detail such that specific areas of cost change can be sufficiently tracked and future improvements made to the overall cost estimating methodology. A Program Total line should be included at the bottom of the spreadsheet. Narratives, tables, and/or graphs should accompany the updated cost spreadsheet, basically detailing the current cost status, reasons for cost deviations, impacts of cost overruns, and efforts to mitigate cost overruns. The following information should be provided:
Cost Overruns The Borrower shall ensure that all cost-overruns over the estimated construction costs of the Project as certified by a quantity surveyor or the Architect or as ascertained by the Lender as and when they occur shall be funded by the Borrower’s own equity;
Project Costs A. If the Program shown on Attachment A is receiving federal-aid funds for the project, the LPA is allocated the funds through the MPO as written in their fiscally constrained TIP. Any adjustments (positive or negative) to the dollar amount listed in the TIP are hereby considered adjustments to the contract between the LPA and INDOT, as the MPO must maintain fiscal constraint for all projects listed. Federal funds made available to the LPA by INDOT will be used to pay % of the eligible Project costs. The maximum amount of federal-aid funds allocated to the Project is $ . OR
Total Project Cost The total cost of the Project is $3,407,752, of which (i) Grantee is contributing $1,670,252 toward the Project as shown in the Budget (the “Matching Funds”), and (ii) $1,737,500 shall be provided by the Grant. The total estimated cost of the Project is based upon the Budget. To the extent that the actual cost of the Project exceeds $3,407,752, Grantee shall be solely responsible for such excess. Grantee shall monitor the Budget and submit an amended Budget to Triumph in the event that (a) the total cost of the Project increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%), (b) total the Budget increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%), (c) the Budget increases or decreases by greater than five percent (5%) within a particular Budget category, and/or (d) Grantee’s portion of the Matching funds decreases by greater than five percent (5%). If Grantee proposes an increase or decrease by greater than five percent (5%) as described above as compared to the most recently approved Budget, such proposal shall be submitted to Triumph in writing along with a proposed amended Budget, and Triumph shall have the right to approve or disapprove both the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and the proposed amended Budget. Triumph shall have fifteen (15) days from the receipt of a proposed amended Budget to notify Grantee of its approval or disapproval. If Triumph fails to approve or disapprove the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and/or the proposed amended Budget within such fifteen (15) day period, the proposed Budget category increase or decrease and/or the amended Budget, as applicable, shall be deemed approved as submitted. If Grantee fails to obtain Triumph's approval or deemed approval, that failure shall be sufficient cause for nonpayment by Triumph as provided in Section 4.2(f). Using the Grant, its own funds, and funds from other grants (including, but not limited to, the Matching Funds), Grantee agrees to bear the entire cost and expense of the Project, including but not limited to, all costs and all expenses in excess of the total estimated cost of the Project, it being expressly understood and agreed that the Grant shall operate only to pay, on and subject to the terms and conditions set forth herein, a portion of the costs and expenses of the Project. Furthermore, Grantee agrees to spend all of the Matching Funds as contemplated in the Grant Application, and agrees that its failure to do so shall be deemed a material breach of this Agreement.
Project The Recipient declares its commitment to the objectives of the Project. To this end, the Recipient shall cause the Project to be carried out by the Project Implementing Entity in accordance with the provisions of Article IV of the General Conditions and the Project Agreement. Without limitation upon the provisions of Section 3.01 of this Agreement, and except as the Recipient and the Association shall otherwise agree, the Recipient shall ensure that the Project is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Schedule 2 to this Agreement.
Construction Contract; Cost Budget Tenant shall engage the Contractor under a commercially reasonable and customary construction contract, reasonably approved by Landlord (collectively, the “Contract”). Prior to the commencement of the construction of the Tenant Improvements, and after Tenant has accepted all bids for the Tenant Improvements, Tenant shall provide Landlord with a detailed breakdown, by trade, of the final costs to be incurred or which have been incurred, as set forth more particularly in Sections 126.96.36.199 through 188.8.131.52, above, in connection with the design and construction of the Tenant Improvements to be performed by or at the direction of Tenant or the Contractor, which costs form a basis for the estimated total costs of the work of the Tenant Improvement project (the “Final Budget”). Prior to the commencement of construction of the Tenant Improvements, Tenant shall inform Landlord of the amount (the “Over-Allowance Amount”), if any, by which the amount of the Final Budget exceeds the amount of the Tenant Improvement Allowance (less any portion thereof already disbursed by Landlord, or in the process of being disbursed by Landlord, on or before the commencement of construction of the Tenant Improvements). Tenant shall be responsible to pay any Over-Allowance Amount in progress payments on a pro rata basis based on the total Over-Allowance Amount as compared to the Tenant Improvement Allowance.
Capital Improvements Section 3.18 of Shareholder's Disclosure Memorandum describes all of the capital improvements or purchases or other capital expenditures (as determined in accordance with GAAP) which the Company has committed to or contracted for which have not been completed prior to the date hereof and the cost and expense reasonably estimated to complete such work and purchases.
Unencumbered Properties (a) Except where the failure to comply with any of the following would not have a Material Adverse Effect, each of the Parent and the Borrower shall, and shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cause each other Loan Party or the applicable tenant, to:
Tenant Improvement Plans Tenant, at Tenant's sole cost and expense, shall retain an interior architect ("Architect") to prepare plans and outline specifications to be attached as Exhibit "C" ("Tenant Improvement Plans and Specifications") with respect to the construction of initial interior improvements to the Premises ("Tenant Improvements"). The Tenant Improvement Plans and Specifications shall be completed for all aspects of the work (either in one package or in phases as provided below) by June 30, 2001 with all detail necessary for submittal to the city, within three (3) days thereafter, for issuance of building permits and for construction, and shall include any information required by the relevant agencies regarding Tenant's use of Hazardous Materials if applicable. The Tenant Improvements shall: (i) be reasonably compatible with (and not damaging to) the structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and other systems of the Building, (ii) not materially adversely impact (in Landlord's reasonable judgment) the exterior appearance or operations of the Building, the currently existing interior improvements in the Building, or the appearance or operations of the public areas of the Building and (iii) comply with all any law, statute, ordinance, order, rule, regulation or requirement of any governmental or quasi-governmental authority. All Tenant Improvements shall be subject to Landlord's reasonable approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld or delayed beyond five (5) business days following receipt of Tenant's Plans and Specifications, provided the above conditions are met. Landlord's failure to approve, or reasonably disapprove, the Tenant Improvement Plans and Specifications (or revised Plans and Specifications) within five (5) business days following Landlord's receipt thereof shall be deemed Landlord's approval. The Tenant Improvement Plans and Specifications shall include all detail required by the City of Santa Clara necessary to obtain a Certificate of Occupancy. Construction of the Tenant Improvements shall be performed by a general contractor ("General Contractor") selected by Tenant, subject to Landlord's reasonable approval. Tenant shall not be required to use union labor as a condition of receiving Landlord's approval hereunder. The Tenant Improvement Plans and Specifications shall be prepared in sufficient detail to allow General Contractor to construct the Tenant Improvements. The Tenant shall contract directly with General Contractor for construction of the Tenant Improvements and shall cause the General Contractor to construct the Tenant Improvements in accordance with all Tenant Improvement Plans and Specifications. Tenant shall have no obligation to remove the Tenant Improvements at the expiration or earlier termination of the Lease. The Tenant Improvements (other than Tenant's trade fixtures, equipment and furnishings and other personal property of Tenant that can be removed without permanent damage to the Premises) shall not be removed or altered by Tenant without the prior written consent of Landlord as provided in Section 7. Tenant shall have the right to depreciate and claim and collect any investment tax credits in the Tenant Improvements during the Lease Term. Upon expiration of the Lease Term or any earlier termination of the Lease, the Tenant Improvements (other than Tenant's trade fixtures, equipment and furnishings and other personal property of Tenant that can be removed without permanent damage to the Premises) shall become the property of Landlord and shall remain upon and be surrendered with the Premises, and title thereto shall automatically vest in Landlord without any payment therefore.