The Plans And Specifications Sample Clauses

The Plans And Specifications. 1.2.1 In case of conflict between requirements shown on the Plans and provisions of the Specifications, the Specifications shall take precedence over the Plans. Dimensions, shown in figures on the Plans, shall govern in case of any discrepancy between them and scaled dimensions.
The Plans And Specifications. 7.3.18 All sums required to be paid by Seller under this Agreement.
The Plans And Specifications. (17) All building, zoning, and other required permits covering construction of the Casa Grande Improvements.
The Plans And Specifications which have been approved by Borrower and the Contractor and approved and stamped by the appropriate governmental authorities, including detailed descriptions (with drawings and specifications).
The Plans And Specifications. The Project Documents shall include those forms of documents, instruments, agreements, assignments and certificates for the States of Arizona, Illinois and Michigan which the Lender and Borrower approve at the time of their execution and delivery of this Loan Agreement, as evidenced by a written certificate of the Lender and Borrower. The forms of the Project Documents may be supplemented or amended from time to time to add or amend form Project Documents approved by Lender.

Related to The Plans And Specifications

  • Plans and Specifications (a) The Architect and Engineers retained by the Owner shall, under the direction of the Developer and after consultation with the Owner, prepare basic design plans (the "Basic Plans"). As a part of this process, the Developer may engage engineers, including the site engineers, to perform test borings and other soil testing at the Property for purposes of properly locating the Property on the Project. The Developer, the Architects and Engineers shall consult with the Owner during the process of preparing the Basic Plans. The Developer, Architect and the Engineers shall have access to the Project for all such tests and surveys.

  • Approval of Plans and Specifications The Plans and Specifications will conform to the requirements and conditions set out by applicable law or any effective restrictive covenant, and to all governmental authorities which exercise jurisdiction over the Leased Premises or the construction thereon.

  • Drawings and Specifications 9.1 A complete list of all Drawings that form a part of the Contract Documents are to be found as an index on the Drawings themselves, and/or may be provided to Developer and/or in the Table of Contents.

  • Construction Plans Tenant shall prepare final plans and specifications for the Tenant Improvements that (a) are consistent with and are logical evolutions of the Approved Schematic Plans and (b) incorporate any other Tenant-requested (and Landlord-approved) Changes (as defined below). As soon as such final plans and specifications ("Construction Plans") are completed, Tenant shall deliver the same to Landlord for Landlord's approval, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed. All such Construction Plans shall be submitted by Tenant to Landlord in electronic .pdf, CADD and full-size hard copy formats, and shall be approved or disapproved by Landlord within ten (10) business days after delivery to Landlord. Landlord's failure to respond within such ten (10) business day period shall be deemed approval by Landlord. If the Construction Plans are disapproved by Landlord, then Landlord shall notify Tenant in writing of its objections to such Construction Plans, and the parties shall confer and negotiate in good faith to reach agreement on the Construction Plans. Promptly after the Construction Plans are approved by Landlord and Tenant, two (2) copies of such Construction Plans shall be initialed and dated by Landlord and Tenant, and Tenant shall promptly submit such Construction Plans to all appropriate Governmental Authorities for approval. The Construction Plans so approved, and all change orders approved (to the extent required) by Landlord, are referred to herein as the "Approved Plans."

  • Tenant Improvement Plans Immediately after the execution of the Lease and this Work Letter Agreement and subject to the time frames required by the Work Schedule, Tenant agrees to meet with Landlord's architect and/or space planner for the purpose of promptly finalizing a space plan for the layout of the Premises. Based upon such space plan, Landlord's architect shall prepare final working drawings and specifications for the Tenant Improvements. Such final working drawings and specifications are referred to herein as the "Tenant Improvement Plans." The Tenant Improvement Plans must be consistent with Landlord's standard specifications for tenant improvements for the project (the "Building Standard"), as the same may be changed from time to time by Landlord.

  • Construction of the Tenant Improvements Construction or installation of the Tenant Improvements shall be performed by a licensed general contractor or contractors selected by Tenant and approved by Landlord, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed (the “Tenant’s Contractor,” whether one or more), pursuant to a written construction contract negotiated and entered into by and between the Tenant’s Contractor and Tenant and approved by Landlord. Each such contract shall (i) obligate Tenant’s Contractor to comply with all reasonable rules and regulations of Landlord relating to construction activities in the Building, (ii) name Landlord as an additional indemnitee under the provisions of the contract whereby the Tenant’s Contractor holds Tenant harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, liabilities and expenses arising out of or resulting from the performance of such work, (iii) name Landlord as a beneficiary of (and a party entitled to enforce) all of the warranties of the Tenant’s Contractor with respect to the work performed thereunder and the obligation of the Tenant’s Contractor to replace defective materials and correct defective workmanship for a period of not less than one (1) year following final completion of the work under such contract, (iv) evidence the agreement of the Tenant’s Contractor that the provisions of the Lease shall control over the provisions of the contract with respect to distribution or use of insurance proceeds, in the event of a casualty during construction, and (v) evidence the waiver and release by the Tenant’s Contractor of any lien or right to assert a lien on all or any portion of the fee estate of Landlord in and to the Building as a result of the work performed or to be performed thereunder (and obligating the Tenant’s Contractor to include a substantially similar release and waiver provision in all subcontracts and purchase orders entered under or pursuant to the contract). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, union labor shall not be required to be used for construction of the Tenant Improvements; provided, however, Landlord shall be permitted to withhold its consent to a contractor proposed to be utilized by Tenant to the extent such contractor would create a labor dispute at the Building or Project that could impair or affect the Landlord’s ability to operate the Building or otherwise provide the services it is required to provide to its tenants. In the event there is any labor dispute as a result of Tenant’s contractor and such labor dispute is impairing or affecting Landlord’s ability to operate the Building or otherwise provide the services it is required to provide to its tenants, then Tenant shall immediately take such actions as may be required in order to cause such labor dispute to cease. Tenant and its contractors shall be required to comply with the constructions rules and regulations set forth Exhibit B-1 attached hereto (and the Tenant Improvement shall be required to incorporate all design elements set forth in such Exhibit B-1). Tenant acknowledges and understands that all roof penetrations involved in the construction of the Tenant Improvements must be performed by the Landlord’s Building roofing contractor. All costs, fees and expenses incurred with such contractor in performing such work shall be a cost of the Tenant Improvements (which such cost may be payable out of the Landlord’s Construction Allowance), in accordance with the provisions of this Exhibit B. Tenant or Tenant’s Contractor shall be responsible for all water, gas, electricity, sewer or other utilities used or consumed at the Premises during the construction of the Tenant Improvements. Tenant specifically agrees to carry, or cause the Tenant’s Contractor to carry, during all such times as the Tenant’s work is being performed, (a) builder’s risk completed value insurance on the Tenant Improvements, in an amount not less than the full replacement cost of the Tenant Improvements, (b) a policy of insurance covering commercial general liability, in an amount not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00), combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage per occurrence (and combined single limit coverage of $2,000,000.00 in the aggregate), and automobile liability coverage (including owned, non-owned and hired vehicles) in an amount not less than One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00) combined single limit (each person, each accident), and endorsed to show Landlord as an additional insured, and (c) workers’ compensation insurance as required by law, endorsed to show a waiver of subrogation by the insurer to any claim the Tenant’s Contractor may have against Landlord. Tenant shall not commence construction of the Tenant Improvements until Landlord has issued to Tenant a written authorization to proceed with construction after Tenant has delivered to Landlord’s construction representative (i) certificates of the insurance policies described above, (ii) copies of all permits required for construction of the Tenant Improvements and a copy of the permitted Final Plans as approved by the appropriate governmental agency, and (iii) a copy of each signed construction contract for the Tenant Improvements (a copy of each subsequently signed contract shall be forwarded to Landlord’s construction representative without request or demand, promptly after execution thereof and prior to the performance of any work thereunder). All of the construction work shall be the responsibility of and supervised by Tenant.

  • Tenant Improvements Landlord shall cause the Core and Shell Contractor or another Contractor designated by Landlord and approved by Tenant, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed (“TI Contractor”, and together with Core and Shell Contractor, “Contractor”) to commence and thereafter diligently prosecute the construction of the tenant improvements in the Premises pursuant to the Work Letter (the “Tenant Improvements”); provided, however, that before performing the Tenant Improvements, Landlord shall prepare in good faith an estimated budget for the construction of the Tenant Improvements and deliver such budget to Tenant for Tenant’s written approval prior the start of construction (the “Budget”). Landlord and Tenant shall work together cooperatively and in good faith to achieve a mutually acceptable Budget. Landlord shall update the Budget for Tenant’s review and approval at reasonable intervals and shall notify Tenant in writing if the Budget is likely to be exceeded. If there is an indication that the Budget is likely to be exceeded, Landlord and Tenant shall work together cooperatively, if required by Tenant, to modify the scope of the Tenant Improvements to bring the same in line with a budget reasonably acceptable to Tenant. The Tenant Improvements shall be performed in a workmanlike manner and shall substantially conform with Applicable Laws and the Approved TI Plans (as defined in the Work Letter). Tenant shall pay all TI Costs, except that Landlord shall pay for TI Costs that do not exceed the TI Allowance. The “TI Allowance” shall mean (a) One Hundred Twenty Five Dollars ($125.00) per rentable square foot of the Premises (the “Initial TI Allowance”), together with (b) the Additional Allowance. The “TI Costs” shall mean all Tenant Core and Shell Costs (as defined in the Work Letter) and all costs and expenses of performing the TI Work, including without limitation the hard and soft costs of (i) construction, (ii) the Construction Management Fee (as such term is defined in the Work Letter) and any Project or construction management fees paid by Tenant to an unaffiliated third party (such fees not to exceed three percent (3%) of the TI Allowance), (iii) space planning, design, architect, engineering, data and phone cabling and other related services, (iv) costs and expenses for labor, material, equipment, data and phone cabling and fixtures (including, without limitation, any of the Attached Property (as defined in Section 18.5), (v) building permits and other taxes, fees, charges and levies by governmental and quasi-governmental agencies for permits or for inspections of the Tenant Improvements, and (vi) the Warm Shell Costs. In no event shall the TI Allowance be used for: (w) the purchase of any furniture, personal property or other non-building system equipment, (x) costs resulting from a Tenant Delay, (y) costs resulting from any default by Tenant of its obligations under this Lease, or (z) costs that are recoverable or reasonably recoverable by Tenant from a third party (e.g., insurers, warrantors, or tortfeasors). In the event the estimated total TI Costs (as set forth in the Budget) exceed the TI Allowance, Tenant shall deposit with Landlord such overage (the “TI Allowance Excess”), within five (5) business days of receiving the Budget (the “TI Deposit”). In the event Landlord determines the estimate of the TI Costs set forth in the Budget underestimates the amount of TI Costs so that the TI Deposit will not be sufficient to cover the TI Allowance Excess, then Landlord shall communicate the same to Tenant and, if required by Tenant, the parties shall discuss revisions to the Budget and Tenant may make a TI Tenant Change Order Request to reduce TI Costs, and unless the TI Costs are reduced to be within the Budget and previously paid TI Deposit, Tenant shall promptly pay the additional amount to Landlord, and such additional amount shall be added to the TI Deposit. If the sum of the TI Allowance plus the TI Deposit is not sufficient to cover the TI Costs, Tenant shall reimburse Landlord the difference between (a) the TI Costs and (b) the sum of the TI Allowance and the TI Deposit. However, Landlord shall be solely responsible for any costs related to the Tenant Improvements to the extent the same result from Landlord’s gross negligence, intentional misconduct or breach of Lease. Landlord and Tenant shall work together cooperatively at no cost or risk to Landlord to maximize Tenant’s ability, to the extent reasonably possible, to obtain the benefit of any applicable research and development tax credits with respect to the Tenant Improvements.

  • Construction of Tenant Improvements After a building permit for the Tenant Improvements has been issued, Landlord shall cause its contractor to begin installation of the Tenant Improvements in accordance with the Tenant Improvement Plans. Landlord shall supervise the completion of such work and shall use its best efforts to secure substantial completion of the work in accordance with the Work Schedule. The cost of such work shall be paid as provided in Paragraph 7 below. Landlord shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damages as a result of delays in construction beyond Landlord’s reasonable control, including, but not limited to, acts of God, inability to secure governmental approvals or permits, governmental restrictions, strikes, lack of availability of materials or labor, or delays by Tenant (or its architect or anyone performing services on behalf of Tenant).

  • Construction Contract Documents The Construction Contract Documents shall consist of the plans and specifications prepared by the Engineer, and any addenda and change orders thereto, and the Owner-Contractor Agreement, all of which shall be compatible and consistent with this Agreement.

  • Construction Work The regulation at 41 C.F.R. § 60-1.3 defines “construction work” as the construction, rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, extension, demolition or repair of buildings, highways, or other changes or improvements to real property, including facilities providing utility services. The term also includes the supervision, inspection, and other onsite functions incidental to the actual construction.