Heavy Sample Clauses

Heavy. Heavy construction shall be defined to include, but not limited to, constructing railroad projects, railroad bridges, heavy construction sewers and watermains, grade separations involving a railroad, foundations, piledriving, piers, abutments, retaining walls, viaducts, tunnels, subways, track elevated highways, drainage projects, sanitation projects, aqueducts, irrigation projects, flood control projects, reclamation projects, reservoirs, water supply projects, water power development, generators, atomic energy development, missile sites and launching facilities and all work pertaining thereto, hydroelectric development, transmission lines, pipelines, locks, dams, dikes, levees, revetments, channels, channel cutoffs, intakes, dredging projects, jetties, breakwaters, docks, harbors, industrial sites, (including paving operations), excavation and disposal by contract of overburden and the loading by contract of all materials from which the overburden has been removed, including the operation and maintenance and repair of all land and floating plant, equipment, vehicles, and other facilities used in connection with and serving the aforementioned work and services.
Heavy. Heavy construction railroad, flood control projects and levees except such work as let with building project or within the building project limit.
Heavy. (i) Check all bulk power capacitors;
Heavy. This support is necessary in anticipation of high loads or heavy transfers in order to prevent the occurrence of low voltage situations that could result in transfer curtailments.
Heavy duty asphalt pavement will be installed in all truck drives and private roads and will consist of (4.5”) asphalt over (14”) of aggregate base course.
Heavy. A snowfall event of at least 4 inches in 12 hours or 6 inches in 24 hours, or an ice fall of at least ½ inch per hour.

Related to Heavy

  • Catastrophic Leave Program Leave credits, as defined below, may be transferred from one or more employees to another employee, on an hour-for-hour basis, in accordance with departmental policies upon the request of both the receiving employee and the transferring employee and upon approval of the employee's appointing authority, under the following conditions: