General Conditions Costs Sample Clauses

General Conditions Costs. Construction Manager is entitled to receive payment for the actual cost of the allowable General Conditions items incurred after receipt of a Notice to Proceed with Construction from the Owner through Substantial Completion of the Project plus thirty (30) calendar days. Construction Manager is not entitled to reimbursement for General Conditions Costs incurred before receipt of the Notice to Proceed. General Conditions Costs incurred after Substantial Completion must be approved in advance by the Owner. Allowable General Conditions items are identified below and by attached exhibit. These items shall be included in the General Conditions cost amount shown as a line item in the Guaranteed Maximum Price Proposal and as detailed on the schedule of values. Items not specifically included below or in the exhibit will not be allowed as a General Condition costs.
General Conditions Costs. 13.1.1 Design/Build Contractor is entitled to receive payment for the actual cost of the allowable General Conditions items incurred after receipt of a Notice to Proceed with Construction from the Owner through Substantial Completion of the Project plus thirty (30) calendar days. Design/Build Contractor is not entitled to reimbursement for General Conditions Costs incurred before receipt of the Notice to Proceed. General Conditions Costs incurred after Substantial Completion must be approved in advance by the Owner.
General Conditions Costs. General Conditions costs include and are limited to actual expenditures or negotiated amounts for the following items as authorized in the GMP Proposal approved by Owner:
General Conditions Costs. The Construction Manager shall include in the Applications for Payment it submits to the Owner detailed statements of General Conditions Costs, as set forth and approved by the Owner in the Schedule of Project Details and described in Section 2.10.2, itemized by category and amount, documented with receipts, and shall highlight the items in expense reports if combined with non-reimbursable expenses. Any revisions to General Conditions line items as listed in the Schedule of Project Details shall require prior written approval of the Owner.
General Conditions Costs. General Conditions Costs are limited to actual expenditures for the following items, as authorized in the GMP proposal approved by Owner, and to the extent not otherwise included as part of the Cost of the Work:
General Conditions Costs. CMR is entitled to receive reimbursement for allowable General Conditions Costs incurred between the issuance of a Notice to Proceed with Construction Services or execution of a Work Package requiring the performance of Construction Services (whichever is earlier), and thirty (30) calendar days after the date of Substantial Completion. CMR is not entitled to reimbursement for General Conditions Costs incurred before the date specified in the preceding sentence, or after more than thirty (30) calendar days after Substantial Completion, except with prior written approval of TFC. Allowable General Conditions Cost items are generally identified below and in the Special Conditions, if any. CMR shall include General Conditions Costs items in a separate schedule attached to the GMP Proposal and made part of the GMP Amendment, and shall be further detailed in the Schedule of Values. Items not included in the general category below or identified in the GMP Proposal and the GMP Amendment will not be allowed as General Condition Costs. At Contract execution General Conditions are in the amount of One Hundred Twenty-Two Thousand Six Hundred Seventy-Eight and 30/100 Dollars ($122,678.30).
General Conditions Costs included in the budget and in the GMP as allowances, or at unit prices or rates, or as items to be reimbursed on a direct cost basis, shall be paid monthly based on receipt of documentation suitable to the Owner and the Designer evidencing the costs incurred or the quantity of services provided, without any hold back or retention from the amounts properly invoiced.
General Conditions Costs. Those costs identified in Section 4.1.3.
General Conditions Costs. General Conditions Costs include those Overhead Costs and Expenses and Labor items listed on Exhibit C, subject to the terms below. Overhead Costs and Expenses. Overhead Costs and Expenses include the following: Insurance and Bond Costs. Overhead Costs and Expenses include the costs of premiums for CM/GC’s payment and performance Bonds for the Project, the cost of insurance premiums covering risks solely related to the Project, and the cost of premiums for insurance required by the Contract Documents. Field Office Costs. Overhead Costs and Expenses include all costs associated with establishing, equipping, operating, maintaining, and demobilizing the field office. Utility Costs. Overhead Costs and Expenses include the costs of utilities such as water, power, gas, sewer, and fuel required for CM/GC’s operations at the Project Site, except to the extent such costs are included in the rental rates for such equipment in accordance with the Contract Documents.