Project Records. All documents relating in any manner whatsoever to the Project, or any designated portion thereof, which are in the possession of the Contractor, or any subcontractor of the Contractor, shall be made available to the Owner for inspection and copying upon written request by the Owner. Furthermore, said documents shall be made available, upon request by the Owner, to any state, federal or other regulatory authority and any such authority may review, inspect and copy such records. Said records include, but are not limited to, all drawings, plans, specifications, submittals, correspondence, minutes, memoranda, tape recordings, videos, or other writings or things which document the Project, its design, and its construction. Said records expressly include those documents reflecting the cost of construction to the Contractor. The Contractor shall maintain and protect these documents for no less than four (4) years after final completion of the Project, or for any longer period of time as may be required by law or good construction practice.
Project Records. Design-Builder shall organize and maintain its project records in a manner that allows such project records to be filed by work packages, as applicable. Additionally, Design-Builder shall develop a tracking log wherein the project records are provided chronologically, with the file type, description, date received/sent, entity the documentation is from/to, pay package reference, status and electronic location. Such tracking log shall be developed in accordance with the format reasonably acceptable to Department. If the project record relates to changes in the Work, preferably only one work package shall be referenced in such project record. If a project record relates to multiple work packages, then all related work packages shall be referenced in such project record. As a condition of Final Payment, Design-Builder shall provide Department with a complete set of all project records by and between Design-Builder and Department exchanged on the Project.
Project Records. Borrower shall: Make and keep books, records, and accounts, in such reasonable detail, so as to fully, accurately, and fairly reflect the activities of Borrower. Record the Project’s assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses, receipts and disbursements in separate accounts from any other assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses, receipts and disbursements of Borrower so as to permit the production of a Statement of Financial Position, a Statement of Profit and Loss (Statement of Activities), and a Statement of Cash Flows for Borrower in which the activities of Borrower are separately identifiable from the activities of the Operator, unless Borrower is also Operator. Devise and maintain a system of internal accounting controls sufficient to provide reasonable assurances that: Transactions are executed, and access to assets is permitted, only in accordance with Xxxxxxxx’s authorization; Transactions are accurately and timely recorded to permit the preparation of quarterly and annual financial reports in conformity with applicable Program Obligations; Transactions are timely recorded in sufficient detail so as to permit an efficient audit of the Borrower’s books and records in accordance with Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS), and other applicable Program Obligations; and Transactions are timely recorded in sufficient detail so as to maintain accountability of the Borrower’s assets. The recorded accountability for assets shall be compared with the existing assets at reasonable intervals, but not less than annually, and appropriate action shall be taken with respect to any differences. Make the books, records and accounts of Borrower available for inspection by HUD or its authorized representatives, after reasonable prior notice, during normal business hours, at the Project or other mutually agreeable location or, at HUD’s request, shall provide legible copies of such documents to HUD or its authorized representatives within a reasonable time after HUD or its authorized representative makes a request for such documents. Include as a requirement in any operating or management contract that the books, records, and accounts of any agent of Borrower, as they pertain to the operations of the Project, shall be kept in accordance with the requirements of this Section 19 and be available for examination by HUD or its authorized representatives after reasonable prior notice during customary business hour...
Project Records. As further described below, project records include, but are not limited to, Grantee documentation, financial records, and voucher records. All project records must be retained for a period of three years after final payment under this Grant Agreement. All project records are subject to audit pursuant to Section N.4. (Audit) of this Grant Agreement. Upon completion of the third year of record retention, the Grantee shall submit all project records to CARB. Hardcopy or electronic records are suitable. Acceptable forms of electronic media must be approved based on prior written concurrence from CARB.
Project Records. The Municipality and its agents shall maintain all books, documents, papers, accounting records, Project records and such other evidence as may be appropriate to substantiate costs incurred under this Agreement. Further, the Municipality shall make such materials available at its office and shall require its agent to make such materials available at its office at all reasonable times during the contract period, and for five (5) years from the date of payment of the final voucher by the Federal Highway Administration, for inspection and audit by the Department’s Financial Management Section, the Federal Highway Administration, or any authorized representatives of the Federal Government.
Project Records. The Contractor shall maintain the following project records at the project site: • Construction Schedule • Plans and Drawings • Specifications • Addenda • Change Orders • Construction Change Directives • Shop Drawings • Product Data • Samples • Required Submittals • Superintendent's Log Records shall be maintained in good order and, marked to reflect current changes and selections made during the construction process. Records shall be available to the Architect and Owner and, with the exception of the Superintendent's Log, shall be delivered to the Architect for submittal to the Owner upon completion of the Work. Additionally, the Superintendent's Log shall at a minimum document the dates and times of critical inspections; instructions received from the Architect; and weather conditions including dates, times, and amount of rainfall received.
Project Records. Project Records, whether printed or electronic, shall include all plans, specifications, contracts, reports, notes, or other documents prepared by or for the Municipality (Project Records). The Municipality shall retain all Project Records for at least 3 years from the date of MaineDOT’s acceptance of the final invoice for the Project or the termination of this Agreement, whichever is sooner. If any litigation, claim, negotiation or audit has begun before the end of this retention period, all Project Records shall be kept at least until all related issues are resolved.