TAB Sample Clauses

TAB. ESTIMATOR: THOMAS KEAY Rank Summary of Bidders Bid Total USE 1 GENERAL MECHANIC $ 5,469 2 BAY TO BAY BALANCING $ 9,380 M 3 6 GRAND TOTAL PLUG NUMBERS INCLUDED IN GRAND TOTAL TOTAL COST PER AIR BALANCE UNLIMITED AIRFLOW PROS BAY TO BAY BALANCING GENERAL MECHANIC Mike Howell Lucas Weese Debbie Long Gustav Kreuter 407-383-8259 614-332-2199 321-363-0727 386-255-5222 air_balance_unlimited@hotmail.com shared@airpros.org debbie@bay2bay.net gkreuter@gmcfl.com ALTAMONTE WESTERVILLE LAKE MARY DAYTONA BEACH 03.23.2021 03.25.2021 03.25.2021 INCOMPLETE COMPLETE USE FOR ESTIMATE INCOMPLETE $9,380 $5,469 O O BASE BID LABOR MATERIAL DELIVERY ALL APPLICABLE TAXES SHOP DRAWINGS HOISTING SCAFFOLDING DAILY CLEAN-UP PERMIT FEES RIVIERA TOTAL VAV BOXES EXTRA HOURS $23,540 √ √ $9,380 $5,469 65 EA 71 ea 71 ea ? ? √ RIVIERA GMP SET ESTIMATE H1
TAB. Check portions of the TAB service for air and water HVAC systems and verify with the CxA’s own in- house or subcontracted equipment and technicians;
TAB. The sample set must not be smaller then three;
TAB. Randomly test at least ten percent (10%) of estimated worst-case final TAB report data for each group of identical equipment;
TAB. 3.1 compares the numerical and the expected order of converges estimated for the Stokes problem with different q. For q = 1, 2 we obtain the expected order, while for Figure 3.4: Velocity splitting error ǁEǁL2 (0,T ;H1 (Ω)) (left) and pressure splitting error ǁeǁL2 (0,T ;L2 (Ω)) (right) for the the solution of the Womersley problem. BDF1+HOY0 BDF2+HOY1 BDF3+HOY2 order velocity 1.86 (1.5) 2.73 (2.5) 3.08 (3.5)
TAB. Engage the tab at the bottom of the heat pump module, on the front side of the module, into the slot in the tank.
TAB. If ten percent (10%) of the sample group fails a second group of ten percent (10%) is selected and tested. If the second test fails then the whole group fails. The TAB agency shall be liable for retesting a part or all of the specific HVAC systems before undergoing further performance verification;

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