Site Conditions. A. Existing Site Conditions: Information with respect to the site of the Work given in drawings or specifications has been obtained by County's representatives and is believed to be reasonably correct, but the County does not warrant either the completeness or accuracy of such information, and it is the responsibility of the Contractor to verify all such information.
Site Conditions. Engineer understands that it is in the interest of the City that the construction of the Project being designed by the Engineer under this Contract shall proceed in a prompt and efficient manner. Engineer will make a reasonable effort to identify and note on its construction documents interferences that will be encountered on the site of the construction by the construction contractor.
Site Conditions. 17 4.2.1 Developer shall bear the risk of any incorrect or incomplete review, 18 examination and investigation by Developer of the Site and surrounding locations (even 19 if Developer conducted a Reasonable Investigation), and of any incorrect or incomplete 20 information resulting from preliminary engineering activities conducted by Developer, 21 ADOT or any other Person.
Site Conditions. The Construction Administrator will evaluate the budget and schedule impact of known soils, subsurface geology, groundwater, unsuitable material, rocks, topsoil re-use, milled pavement, and associated site elements. In addition, the Construction Administrator will evaluate the impact of any easements, site restrictions, and the possible removal or relocation of existing equipment or buildings.
Site Conditions. Contractor has inspected and satisfied itself as to all geotechnical and physical conditions at the Site and shall be responsible for all necessary work in relation to, or because of, geotechnical and physical conditions both below and above ground (including archeological, historical, cultural, or religious sites, places and monuments, the presence of endangered species, biological resources, state buffers, waters of the United States, or Pre-Existing Contamination (other than Pre-Existing Contamination that would also constitute an Unforeseeable Site Condition)) at the Site. If Contractor desires to conduct any further investigations, studies, sampling or testing at the Site, any such investigations, studies, sampling, testing and remediation must be approved in advance by Owner (such approval within the sole discretion of Owner), such approval or non-approval to be provided within a reasonable time. No claims by Contractor for termination, additional payment or extensions of time shall be permitted on the ground of any misunderstanding or misapprehension of the matters referred to in this Section 3.20. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in Exhibit D shall affect Contractor’s obligations under this Section 3.20.
Site Conditions. If Motorola is providing installation or other services at Customer’s sites, Customer will ensure that these work sites be safe, secure, and in compliance with all applicable industry and OSHA standards. To the extent applicable and unless the Statement of Work states to the contrary, Customer will ensure that these work sites have adequate: physical space, air conditioning and other environmental conditions; adequate and appropriate electrical power outlets, distribution, equipment and connections; and adequate telephone or other communication lines (including modem access and adequate interfacing networking capabilities), all for the installation, use and maintenance of the Products.
Site Conditions. If Seller is required to install or supervise the installation of equipment or to perform services at Purchaser's owned or controlled site(s) or its customer’s site, Seller shall inspect the location of the work at Purchaser's owned or controlled site(s) or its customer’s site and be familiar with its condition at the time of award of this Purchase Order. In no event shall either Seller's failure to inspect the site prior to the award of this Purchase Order, or any circumstance that Seller should reasonably have discovered through such site inspection constitute a basis for any claim for increased cost or additional time for performance.