Specific Project Sample Clauses

Specific Project. The total specific undertaking to be accomplished for PCCA by engineers, contractors, and others, including planning, study, design, construction, testing, commissioning, and start-up, and of which the services to be performed or furnished by Engineer under a specific Service Order are a part.
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Specific Project a) Activities carried out to meet provisional needs or to develop new services or to enable the College to explore a development opportunity; or
Specific Project. When the College decides to hire an employee for a specific project, it may, subject to clause 5-6.03, proceed either:
Specific Project. The total specific undertaking to be accomplished for Owner by engineers, contractors, and others, including planning, study, design, construction, testing, commissioning, and start-up, and of which the services to be performed or furnished by Engineer under a specific Task Order are a part.
Specific Project. An undertaking of Owner as set forth in a Task Order.

Related to Specific Project

  • Specific Provision The grievant shall cite on the grievance form the specific article(s) and/or section(s) or combination thereof that the grievant alleges to have been violated. Failure to cite said provision(s) shall relieve the Employer of any obligation to process the grievance.

  • Specific Provisions 4.1 Unless the CERT otherwise agrees, based on exceptional circumstance and sufficient justification, Implementing Agreements shall be for an initial term of up to, but no more than, five years.

  • State Specific Provisions N/A. ATTACHED EXHIBIT. The Exhibit noted below, if marked with an "X" in the space provided, is attached to this Note: X Exhibit A Modifications to Multifamily Note

  • Country-Specific Provisions The Award shall be subject to any special provisions set forth in Exhibit A for your country, if any. If you relocate to one of the countries included in Exhibit A during the life of the Award or while holding Shares acquired upon vesting of the Restricted Share Units, the special provisions for such country shall apply to you, to the extent the Company determines that the application of such provisions is necessary or advisable in order to comply with applicable laws with regard to the acquisition, issuance or sale of the Shares or facilitate the administration of the Plan. Exhibit A constitutes part of this Agreement.

  • Project 3.01. The Recipient declares its commitment to the objectives of the Project. To this end, the Recipient shall carry out the Project in accordance with the provisions of Article IV of the General Conditions.

  • Project Summary The main objective of the LIFE GAIA Sense project is to demonstrate gaiasense, an innovative “Smart Farming” (SF) solution that aims at reducing the consumption of natural resources, as a way to protect the environment and support Circular Economy (CE) models. More specifically, this project will launch 18 demonstrators across Greece, Spain and Portugal covering 9 crops (olives, peaches, cotton, pistachio, potatoes, table tomatoes, industrial tomatoes, almonds, kiwi) in various terrain and microclimatic conditions. They will demonstrate an innovative method, based on high-end technology, which is suitable for being replicated and will be accessible and affordable to farmers either as individuals or collectively through Agricultural Cooperatives. Moreover, LIFE GAIA Sense aims to promote resource efficiency practices in SMEs of the agricultural sector and eventually, contribute to the implementation of the Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe. This project will demonstrate a method on how the farmer will be able to decide whether to use or avoid inputs (irrigation, fertilizers, pesticides etc.) and more specifically how to apply them in a most efficient way, without risking the annual production. The focus is on the resource consumption reduction side of CE, and the results will be both qualitatively and quantitatively, considering the resources’ efficiency in agricultural sector.

  • Improvements to Premises Lessee shall take the Premises in its "as-is" condition for the Extended Term except for certain Leasehold Improvements (herein so called) to the Premises which shall be completed in accordance with the specifications attached hereto as Exhibit A (the "Approved Plans"), which have been approved by both Lessor and Lessee. Lessor shall cause the Leasehold Improvements to be installed or constructed in accordance with the Approved Plans by Lessor's contractor. So long as no Event of Default (or event which with notice or lapse of time could become an Event of Default) has occurred under the Lease, Lessor agrees to provide Lessee an allowance equal to One Hundred Fifty-Three Thousand One Hundred Nineteen and No/100 Dollars ($153,119.00) (the "Improvement Allowance"), which allowance is to be used solely for completion of the Leasehold Improvements in accordance with the Approved Plans, and an additional allowance equal to Three Thousand Two Hundred and No/100 Dollars ($3,200.00) (the "Architectural Allowance"), which allowance is to be used solely for space planning and design services for the Premises. In the event that any alterations or modifications to the Premises are required in order to comply with applicable law, including, without limitation, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, or the State of Texas equivalent laws and regulations, the cost of any such alterations or modifications shall be satisfied out of the Improvement Allowance. The cost of the Leasehold Improvements and the space planning and design fees is to be paid by Lessor out of the Improvement Allowance and the Architectural Allowance, respectively. Any completed work (labor or materials) outside the scope of the Approved Plans or the cost of which is in excess of the Improvement Allowance or the Architectural Allowance, as the case may be, shall be at Lessee's sole cost and will be billed to Lessee by Lessor and will be due and payable within ten (10) days after Lessee's receipt of an invoice therefor. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Lessee will not be liable for work outside the scope of the Approved Plans or excess costs over the amount of the Improvement Allowance or the Architectural Allowance unless Lessee has consented in writing to such work outside the scope of the Approved Plans or excess costs prior to the commencement of such work or the incurring of such excess costs. Any portion of the Improvement Allowance or the Architectural Allowance remaining upon the completion of the Leasehold Improvements shall be deemed forfeited by Lessee. Lessor further acknowledges and agrees that Section 4.07 of the Lease is hereby amended to provide that Lessee shall not be required to surrender possession of the Premises to Lessor "in the same condition as when received", but rather shall be entitled to surrender possession of the Premises in the same condition as exists upon the completion of the Leasehold Improvements described in Paragraph 3 above, subject to any and all other requirements set forth in Section 4.07 of the Lease.

  • The Project The Project is the total construction of which the Work performed under the Contract Documents may be the whole or a part.

  • Annual Work Plans and Budgets The Recipient shall furnish to the Association as soon as available, but in any case not later than September 1 of each year, the annual work plan and budget for the Project for each subsequent year of Project implementation, of such scope and detail as the Association shall have reasonably requested, except for the annual work plan and budget for the Project for the first year of Project implementation, which shall be furnished no later than one (1) month after the Effective Date.

  • Construction Budget The total amount indicated by the District for the Project plus all other costs, including design, construction, administration, financing, and all other costs.