Project Manager. The term “Project Manager” refers to the employee of the State who has been assigned responsibility for overseeing and managing the proper and timely implementation of the project.
Project Manager. (1) Consultant will designate an employee as Project Manager with sufficient training, knowledge, and experience to, in the City's opinion, complete the project and handle all aspects of the Project such that the work produced by Consultant is consistent with applicable standards as detailed in this Agreement; and
Project Manager. The COUNTY will designate a COUNTY staff member to act as COUNTY’s Project Manager. It is agreed to by the parties that the COUNTY’s Project Manager will decide all questions, difficulties, or disputes, of whatever nature, which may arise relative to the interpretation of the plans, construction, prosecution and fulfillment of the Scope of Services, and as to the character, quality, amount and value of any work done, and materials furnished, under or by reason of this Agreement. The COUNTY’s Project Manager may appoint representatives as desired that will be authorized to inspect all work done and all materials furnished.
Project Manager. Project Management Advisors, Inc., or any other project manager designated by Landlord in its reasonable discretion from time to time to act in a supervisory, oversight, project management or other similar capacity on behalf of Landlord in connection with the design and/or construction of the Tenant Improvements.
Project Manager. 2 The contractor shall assign a Project Manager to be the focal point for communications between 3 NMFS and the contractor. The assigned Project Manager shall be designated as Key Personnel 4 for this contract (per Section H.7). Ensure that all key personnel attend any refresher trainings 5 for At-Sea Monitors. For a specific job description see Section J, Attachment 2, Labor Category 6 Classifications and Job Descriptions. 7 C.4.1.3. Coordinators 8 The contractor shall assign coordinators as needed to coordinate At-Sea Monitor deployment 9 and provide At-Sea Monitor support services. The coordinator shall be designated as key 10 personnel under this contract (per section H.8). All coordinators are required to maintain 11 current At-Sea Monitor Certification. Ensure that all key personnel attend any refresher 12 trainings for At-Sea Monitors. For a specific job description see Section J, Attachment 2, Labor 13 Category Classifications and Job Descriptions.
Project Manager. The County shall appoint a project manager to act as liaison between the County and the Contractor during the term of this Contract. The County’s project manager shall coordinate the activities of the County staff assigned to work with the Contractor. The County’s project manager shall have the right to require the removal and replacement of the Contractor’s Account Manager from providing services to County under this Contract. The County’s Project Manager shall notify the Contractor in writing of such request for removal of Contractor’s Account Manager. The Contractor shall accomplish the removal within one (1) day after written notice by the County’s project manager. The County’s project manager shall review and approve the appointment of the replacement for the Contractor’s Account Manager. The County is not required to provide any additional information, reason or rationale for the request for removal of Contractor’s Account Manager from providing services to County under this Contract.
Project Manager. The Project Manager is responsible for the overall management of the Project. The scope of work, specifications, incentive requirements and other information necessary to define the work have been prepared by the Project Manager or Architect/Engineer working as a subcontractor for the Project Manager. The Project Manager shall visit, inspect and observe the construction to determine general compliance with the Contract Documents, and interpret the scope and Specifications consistent with their intent. The Project Manager shall evaluate the samples and other submittals required in the technical Specifications, and maintain an up-to-date log of all such items processed. The Project Manager will consult with the District, Contractor, and any state, county or city agency having jurisdiction over the work whenever necessary to further the best interests of the Project.