Rock Sample Clauses

Rock. In the event Seller encounters a subsoil rock formation which (1) prevents penetration with standard excavating equipment, and which (2) requires pulverizing or blasting or construction modifications, then Buyer will be responsible for the cost of removing such rock and/or for the cost of such construction modifications over and above the contract price specified herein.
Rock. Bidders are to include in the Bid the cost of excavating cubic yards of [RIPPABLE] [MASS] [TRENCH] [CAISSON] rock. Payment will be made for all [RIPPABLE] [MASS] [TRENCH] [CAISSON] rock in excess of cubic yards at the net unit price of per cubic yard, which includes all overhead and profit. In the event it is necessary to excavate less than cubic yards of [RIPPABLE] [MASS] [TRENCH] [CAISSON] rock, the Owner will take a credit of per cubic yard. The unit price of per cubic yard shall include the excavation, haul off, and disposal of all [RIPPABLE] [MASS] [TRENCH] [CAISSON] rock, as indicated in the Contract Documents, and replacement with earth as required by {INSERT SPECIFIC SPECIFICATION SECTION} of the specifications and compacted as required by {INSERT SPECIFIC SPECIFICATION SECTION} of the specifications. The Design Professional shall be responsible for calculating the amount of all [RIPPABLE] [MASS] [TRENCH] [CAISSON] rock removed. Measurement of [RIPPABLE] [MASS] [TRENCH] [CAISSON] rock shall be calculated on the basis of in-place compacted material and not expanded hauled material. The Contractor agrees to be bound by the Design Professional’s determination of the quantity of all rock removed.
Rock. In the event that rock is encountered on the Lots by Seller during its grading operation, Seller shall blast and/or excavate rock to cause the finished Lot to conform to the House Location Plan. This will not include any foundation or below finished Lot grading. However, only if contemporaneous with Seller's grading operations, Seller shall blast for foundations and utility trenches upon request by Purchaser. Purchaser shall reimburse Seller within thirty (30) days after receipt of Seller's written demand for the costs of such blasting, provided Purchaser pre-approves such work and costs.
Rock. Contractor shall include in the Work the cost of excavating 0 cubic yards of <Rippable-Mass-Trench- Caisson> rock. Payment will be made for all <Rippable-Mass-Trench-Caisson> rock in excess of 0 cubic yards at the net unit price of $0.00 per cubic yard, which includes all overhead and profit. In the event it is necessary to excavate less than 0 cubic yards of <Rippable-Mass-Trench-Caisson> rock, the Owner will take a credit of $0.00 per cubic yard. The unit price of $0.00 per cubic yard shall include the excavation, haul off, and disposal of all <Rippable-Mass-Trench-Caisson> rock, as indicated in the Contract Documents, and replacement with earth as required by <insert specification section> of the specifications and compacted as required by <insert specification section> of the specifications. The Design Professional shall be responsible for calculating the amount of all <Rippable-Mass-Trench-Caisson> rock removed. Measurement of <Rippable-Mass-Trench- Caisson> rock shall be calculated on the basis of in-place compacted material and not expanded hauled material. The Contractor agrees to be bound by the Design Professional’s determination of the quantity of all rock removed. When rock is encountered, the Contractor shall request a Force Account Change Order to document the actual quantities regardless of whether the amounts are included in the bid or at variance as described above.
Rock. PEC shall indemnify, defend and hold Rock harmless from ---- and against any and all Claims caused by, resulting from or incidental to the ROFR, operations performed by any Petrosearch Party prior to the Closing Date (including, but not limited to Phillips-Burkley Well operations), the case styled Pursuit Exploration Company, L.P., et al. v. Petrosearch Operating Company, L.L.C., et al., under Case No. 21403 pending in the 25th Judicial District Court of Colorado County, Texas, and obligations assumed pursuant to Section5.05.
Rock. The term „rock‟ shall mean any natural material which cannot be dislodged by a pick and which can only be removed by the use of compressors or by blasting or wedging. This classification does not include materials such as loose rock, concrete or other materials that can be removed by means other than drilling and blasting or drilling and wedging, but which for reasons of economy in excavating; the Contractor prefers to remove by drilling and wedging. Unless specifically stated hereafter, the Contractor must assume that permission to use explosive to remove rock will be refused and he must therefore price for removing rock by compressors etc. only.
Rock. In the event that rock is encountered on any Building Pad by Seller during its grading operation, Seller will blast and/or excavate rock sixteen inches (16”) below the Building Pad to cause the finished Building Pad to conform to the Building Location Plan. Purchaser will reimburse Seller for any blasting of on-lot utility trenches done by Seller on Purchaser’s behalf. The amount of reimbursement shall be determined prior to Seller commencing such work.
Rock. Tenn agrees to provide you with outplacement assistance through Drake Beam Morin for executive job search assistance and support. If you prefer and choose to use another outplacement agency, Rock-Tenn agrees to reimburse you up to an amount equal to $14,000 for outplacement assistance. waive and relinquish all benefits and compensation whatsoever, whether accrued or contingent, arising out of or in connection with your employment with Rock-Tenn.
Rock. Rocks are natural solid matter occurring in large masses or fragments.
Rock. Sound, hard and angular shape; well graded; without shale seams, structural defects and foreign substances; with width and thickness greater than one third its length; minimum specific gravity of 2.5, as determined in accordance with AASHTO T88, bulk saturated, and surface dry basis; minimum durability determined by petrographic examination; size and gradation in accordance with NCSA Class, Size No. R8, R7, R6, R5, R4 and R3 within following limits: Percent Passing NCSA No. R8 R7 R6 R5 R4 R3 Sq. Opng. 42 inch 100 30 inch 100 24 inch 15-50 100 18 inch 15-50 100 15 inch 0-15 12 inch 0-15 15-50 100 9 inch 15-50 6 inch 0-15 15-50 100 4 inch 0-15 3 inch 0-15 15-50 2 inch 0-15