Submittals Sample Clauses

Submittals. Shop Drawings, schedules, data, catalogue cuts, manufacturers' published recommendations, charts, bulletins, brochures, illustrations, circulars, roughing drawings or formulae, etc., that are specifically prepared, distributed, or assembled by or for Contractor or by Subcontractors, manufacturers, or Suppliers and submitted by Contractor to illustrate some portion of the Work or for use in installing the Work. The Contract Documents shall specify when shop drawings or submittals require the seal of a specialty consultant.
Submittals. Submittals required by the Contract Documents shall be prepared specifically for the Work by the Contractor to illustrate some portion of the Work. Submittals are not Contract Documents.
Submittals. 3.13.1 The Contractor shall submit to the Owner for review and approval all shop drawings, samples, product data, and similar submittals required by the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall be responsible to the Owner for the accuracy and conformity of its submittals to the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall prepare and deliver its submittals to the Owner in a manner consistent with the Project Schedule and in such time and sequence so as not to delay the performance of the Work or the work of the Owner and Others. The review and approval of any Contractor submittal shall not be deemed to authorize deviations, substitutions or changes in the requirements of the Contact Documents unless express written approval is obtained from the Owner specifically authorizing such deviation, substitution or change. In the event that the Contract Documents do not contain submittal requirements pertaining to the Work, the Contractor agrees upon request to submit in a timely fashion to the Owner for review and approval by the Owner any shop drawings, samples, product data, manufacturersliterature or similar submittals as may reasonably be required by the Owner.
Submittals. § 3.6.4.1 The Architect shall review the Contractor’s submittal schedule and shall not unreasonably delay or withhold approval of the schedule. The Architect’s action in reviewing submittals shall be taken in accordance with the approved submittal schedule or, in the absence of an approved submittal schedule, with reasonable promptness while allowing sufficient time, in the Architect’s professional judgment, to permit adequate review.
Submittals. All documents, shop drawings, and “As-Built” drawings shall be prepared such that the drawings meet all the requirements of Local, State, and Federal regulations, codes and directives. The Contractor agrees to also provide as necessary, the forms, studies, and other documentation required by applicable codes and agencies. The Contractor agrees to ensure that all engineering solutions conform strictly to the guides and criteria outlined in Contract specifications. In case of uncertainty of detail or procedure, the Contractor agrees to request additional instruction from the County. The Contractor is responsible for producing complete, competent, properly coordinated, and thoroughly checked documents. At the Contractor’s expense, as part of their Adjustment Factors, the documentation noted above, shall be prepared and reviewed as necessary to ensure its compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Submittals. ‌ 10 Table 410-2 reflects a nonexclusive list of Submittals identified in Section DR 410 of the TPs 11 and is not intended to be an all-inclusive or exhaustive listing of Submittals. Developer shall 12 determine and submit all Submittals as required by the Contract Documents, Governmental 13 Approvals, and Governmental Entities. Unless otherwise indicated, Developer shall submit all 14 Submittals in both electronic format and hardcopy format. At a minimum and unless otherwise 15 specified in the Contract Documents, Developer shall submit the following to ADOT in the 16 formats described in Section GP 110.10.2.1.1 of the TPs: Table 410-2 Nonexclusive Submittals List Submittals Level of Number of Copies Submittal Section Review* Hardcopies Electronic Schedule Reference Design Survey Report 5 0 1 Prior to the first Initial Design Submittal for each Project segment DR 410.3.3
Submittals. ‌ 2 Table 110-2 reflects a nonexclusive list of Submittals identified in Section GP 110.01 of the TPs 3 and is not intended to be an all-inclusive or exhaustive listing of Submittals. Developer shall 4 determine and submit all Submittals as required by the Contract Documents, Governmental 5 Approvals, and Governmental Entities. Unless otherwise indicated, Developer shall submit all 6 Submittals in both electronic format and hardcopy format. At a minimum and unless otherwise 7 specified in the Contract Documents, Developer shall submit the following to ADOT in the 8 formats described in Section GP 110.10.2.2 of the TPs: Table 110-2 Nonexclusive Submittals List Submittals Level of Number of Copies Submittal Section Review* Hardcopies Electronic Schedule Reference Basis of Design Report 3 4 1 Prior to issuance of NTP 2 GP 110.01.2.2 Updated Basis of Design Report 3 4 1 When the Basis of Design Report or updated Basis Design Report is amended GP 110.01.2.2 Future Projects List 5 0 1 Quarterly GP 110.01.3.2. 1
Submittals a. Architect shall review and approve or take other appropriate action upon contractor's submittals such as: shop drawings, project data, samples and change orders, but only for the limited purpose of checking for conformance with information given and the design concept expressed in the contract documents.
Submittals. The Contractor shall promptly review, approve in writing and submit to the Architect Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples and similar submittals required by the Contract Documents. Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples and similar submittals are not Contract Documents.
Submittals. Submittals are due in electronically to Contractor’s office within one (1) week of receipt of this contract