Road. The roads to be reinstate as asphalt or bituminous roads. Types of roads are Type I, Type II, Type III, whose specification is described below. Type I shall be applicable for heavy traffic roads (5 MSA1), Type II for medium traffic roads (3 MSA1) and Type III for low traffic roads (1 MSA1). The base earth strata shall achieve 7% CBR value, before application of road reinstatement activity. Type of road restoration work shall be decided by the Employer‟s Representative.
Road. The roads to be reinstate as asphalt or bituminous roads. Types of roads are Type I, Type II, Type III, whose specification is described below. Type I shall be applicable for heavy traffic roads (5 MSA1), Type II for medium traffic roads (3 MSA1) and Type III for low traffic roads (1 MSA1). The base earth strata shall achieve 7% CBR value, before application of road reinstatement activity. Type of road restoration work shall be decided by the Employer’s Representative. Granular Sub Base (GSB) Construction of Granular Sub base (GSB) shall be done by providing close graded material and spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator at OMC and compacting with vibratory roller to achieve the desired density, complete as per clause 401 of MoSRT&H including testing of materials at the site and in the laboratory. Water Bound Macadam Road This work shall consist of providing clean and crushed aggregates, laying & compacting of WBM sub-base / base course by rolling and bonding together with screening, binding material where necessary and watering, including preparation and compaction of sub-base & spreading of crushed aggregate to proper grade and camber including application of screenings for interlocking, sprinkling of water & rolling with power roller as per instructions of the Employer’s Representative, shall be as specified below.
Road. (i) Any section of road where there is insufficient width of formation for two vehicles to pass or speed (as compared to Class "A" road) is considerably reduced by grade, curves or conditions of surface, e.g. corrugations and rutting. (ii) Any section of road where the road surface is likely to cause excessive tyre wear. Class "D" Road
Road. The shortest most practical route must be used for all journeys. Deviations from the route to pick up or drop off authorised passengers may be claimed. In addition to the appropriate rate of mileage, garaging, parking fees and tolls will be reimbursed. Receipts should be obtained wherever possible. Driving and parking fines and penalties will not be reimbursed. Mileage Rates Mileage may only be claimed for travel in connection with BT business specific to the Contract. [***] Exceptionally, and only with prior line manager authorisation, higher rate mileage may be claimed for short journeys of less than 30 miles return. In these instances the following mileage rates will apply: [***] Hire Cars Hire cars should be used only in connection with BT business specific to the Contract. Vehicles are not to be used for private purposes. However incidental private use is allowed e.g. to obtain a meal whilst working away from home. The business mileage fuel costs and hire charges incurred will be reimbursed. Generally only vehicles up to 1.4 litres capacity should normally be hired. Vehicles with a greater capacity may only be hired where a justified business need is identified e.g. there are three or more passengers or significant luggage or equipment is to be carried or a particularly long motorway journey is involved. Taxis Taxis should only be used exceptionally, where due to the time of travel, nature of journey, personal safety considerations or the carriage of heavy luggage, public transport does not provide a reasonable option. To avoid surcharges and waiting time, taxis should not normally be pre-booked. Receipts should be obtained in all instances.
Road. (i) Any section of road with a surface of bitumen, concrete, metal, gravel, sand or material on which there is sufficient width of formation for two vehicles to pass only with difficulty or speed (compared with "A" Class roads) is reduced by grades, curves or urban and residential areas and to which none of the conditions applicable to "C" Class roads apply. (ii) Any section of an earth road on which there is sufficient width of formation for two vehicles to pass without difficulty and on which speed is not unduly reduced by grades, curves or condition of surface.
Road. The A1(M) connects Northumberland to the entire UK motorway network. The A19 and A69 trunk road provides connections to the South and West of the UK. The North East of England boasts an excellent choice of hauliers and logistics companies. The region also has some of the least congested roads; our workforce spends thirteen hours per year less time commuting than the national average. We also have one of the lowest commuting times of 23.6 minutes. Sea The Port of Blyth provides deep-water, lock-free access to the North Sea basin from Energy Central’s quayside and near estuary large scale development sites. There are no air draft restrictions with jack-up barge capability for offshore installation vessels available with access to open sea within 0.5 NM. Rail Excellent links to the UK high speed rail network including half-hourly rail services linking the nearby Newcastle Central to London Kings Cross in less than three hours and to Edinburgh in 90 minutes. There are also established freight rail access links to Energy Central sites including Battleship Xxxx and Northumberland Energy Park. Royal IHC World’s most advanced J-Lay Pipe System Having assisted Royal IHC Ltd. to relocate its entire manufacturing and project base into Blyth, the port has supported the assembly of the world’s most advanced J-Lay pipe system. This astonishing piece of equipment weighing in excess of 2000 tonnes has been loaded out on to the quay. Experience of projects on this scale mean the Port of Blyth is well positioned to support the offshore wind industry, notably in the assembly of large substation structures, volume fabricated foundation systems or balance of plant storage. Interconnector Projects Statnett and National Grid: Xxxxxxxx and National Grid are working together to construct the North Sea Link – an electricity link between Norway and the UK and the world’s longest subsea interconnector. Connecting the electricity systems of the two countries via high voltage subsea cables from Kvilldal in Norway to Northumberland Energy Park in Blyth, the project sees Energy Central involved in another major offshore construction project with international signiﬁcance. The North Sea Link will be operational by 2021. DeepOcean: The Port of Blyth is also playing an important role in the mobilisation of the subsea interconnector between Belgian and the UK, known as the Nemo Link, where 130km of cable is being laid between Zebrugge and Kent. One of the main port users, DeepOcean, is under...
Road. Xxxxxxxxx agrees to reserve a 60 ft. wide area in the northern half of the Property, as recommended by Lincoln Transportation and Utilities, in which the Developer agrees not to build permanent improvements for a period of ten years from the execution date of this agreement, unless otherwise agreed by the parties. “Permanent Improvements” shall mean buildings or permanent structures and exclude driveways, fences, screening and open storage. To design and construct a public street connecting the intersection of South 91st street to the east boundary of the Property. Design and construction of the public street shall include dedication of public right-of-way to the City of Lincoln to accommodate the street. Dedicated right-of-way shall have a minimum width of 60 feet.
Road. The three once-through-steam- generators were installed in July and August. SPP is a joint project between Chugach and Municipal Light & Power. The 183-megawatt power plant will use only about three-fourths of the gas required for production of a kilowatt- hour today. At current projections, customers of ML&P and Chugach are expected to save $20 million in avoided fuel costs in 2013, the plant’s first full year of operation. Outlet September 2011 Number 283 w w w .ch u gachelec tric .c om Chugach recognized as Tree Line USA utility Underground utilities drive need to call for locates For the 12th year in a row, Chugach has been recognized as a Tree Line USA utility. The certification is awarded by the National Arbor Day Foundation to recognize outstanding right of way and vegetation management practices, and commu- nity involvement in tree planting near power lines. Above (l to r), Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Community Forestry Program Coordinator with the Alaska Division of Forestry congratulated Chugach representatives Xxxxx Xxxxxx, Chugach Board Chair and Xxxxx X’Xxxxx, Utility Arborist. Fuel surcharge (cont’d from page 1) A national organization promot- ing safe underground utilities presented some interesting statistics at a conference in Anchorage this summer. • There are more than 2 million miles of under- ground utilities across the nation. • In 2010 there were 196,000 reported dig-ins of buried utilities It’s not just a national issue. • Chugach has 779 miles of underground distribu- tion line • In 2010 there were 51 reported dig-ins on the Chugach system Nearly a third of the Chugach dig-ins were situations where the responsible party had not requested locates This illustrates the need to call 811 at least two days in advance for locates before digging. One call will locate multiple utilities. Locates are free; dig-ins can be dangerous and expensive. LED streetlights generate about 90 percent of the kilowatt-hours it sells each year, and each quarter adjusts the charge that recovers the cost of fuel. The proposed fourth quarter increase is driven by higher gas prices and the steam turbine-generator at Beluga being out of service for maintenance during most of the month of April. Chugach submitted the pro- posed changes to the Regu- latory Commission of Alaska in August for rates effective October 1. Heating season is here, furnace owners prepare September marks the end of summer and the start of the home heating season. In Alaska, up to 58 percent of a home...