Structures Sample Clauses

Structures. Airport facilities such as bridges; culverts; catch basins, inlets, retaining walls, cribbing; storm and sanitary sewer lines; water lines; underdrains; electrical ducts, manholes, handholes, lighting fixtures and bases; transformers; flexible and rigid pavements; navigational aids; buildings; vaults; and, other manmade features of the airport that may be encountered in the work and not otherwise classified herein. 10-50 SUBGRADE. The soil which forms the pavement foundation.
Structures. Painting of steel System shade structure/canopy support structures is included in this Agreement. All other painting of equipment, special signage, decals, or protective barriers not required by code are excluded. All other metal materials are either factory-finished or non-corrosive and will not need painting for weather protection. Site Special drainage requirements and/or drainage design and interconnection to Customer’s existing storm drain system or any other storm drain discharge system is excluded from this Agreement. This Agreement excludes requirements for accessibility upgrades and accessibility design beyond the confines of the System. Architectural enhancements to the System are not included in this proposal. Provider assumes a maximum of two (2) fire hydrant flow tests per campus to evaluate adequate fire flow rate of campus for local Fire District (FLS) design review. Provided that Provider designs the System so that, based on Provider’s experience, Provider expects that no additional fire hydrants will be required, this Agreement excludes design or installation of any required additional fire hydrants or fire protection apparatuses as required by local first responders or Fire, Life/Safety professionals responsible for review and approval of the design of the System.
Structures. The Purchaser shall acquire and install all structures. Requirements for these structures are listed in Section 7 Structures.
Structures. The ASSOCIATION shall consist of Members, Trustees and such sub-committees as the Trustees may from time to time consider conducive to the functioning of the ASSOCIATION. The Members shall appoint the Trustees at a General – or Special Meeting. The Trustees may appoint one or more sub- committee/s.
Structures. Seller owns all of the Structures. Except as set forth in Part 3.5 of the Disclosure Schedule, each Structure (a) has a written Site Lease and is located entirely on property covered by a Site Lease or is located entirely on the Real Property, (b) complies in all material respects with the terms of the Permits and applicable Legal Requirements pertaining to it, (c) is in condition to accept faces and in adequate condition and repair for its current use, and (d) is not currently the subject of any dispute with any lessor, any lessee or owner of adjacent property or any other Person.
Structures. CDBG funds may not be used for the acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation of structures to the extent that those structures are used for explicitly religious activities. CDBG funds may be used for the acquisition, construction, or rehabilitation of structures only to the extent that those structures are used for conducting eligible activities under this part. Where a structure is used for both eligible and inherently religious activities, CDBG funds may not exceed the cost of those portions of the acquisition, new construction, or rehabilitation that are attributable to eligible activities in accordance with the cost accounting requirements applicable to CDBG funds. Sanctuaries, chapels, or other rooms that a CDBG-funded religious congregation uses as its principal place of worship, however, are ineligible for CDBG-funded improvements. Disposition of the real property after the term of the loan or grant, or any change in use of the property during the term of the grant or loan, is subject to government wide regulations governing real property disposition (2 CFR part 200).
Structures. 8-1 & 8-2 are operated and maintained under an easement recorded in the Clerk’s Office at book 3868, page 104.
Structures. Comprising those employees engaged in the repair, installation, modification and fabrication of aircraft structural components and parts and aircraft plumbing systems. Personnel hired into this category after June 29, 2001 will be required to obtain and maintain a suitably rated Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) License and a Company approved Aircraft Certification Authority (ACA). In addition, personnel in this category hired prior to June 30, 2001, who obtain a suitably rated Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) License through self-study, in order to credit towards their Aircraft Certification Authority (ACA), shall receive a five-hundred dollar ($500.00) payment.
Structures a. At the completion of placement for bridge deck reinforcement and prior to the placement of concrete;