The Site. The site of the Bus Terminal shall comprise the real estate described in Schedule-A and in respect of which the Right of Way shall be provided and granted by the Authority to the Concessionaire as a licensee under and in accordance with this Agreement (the “Site”). For the avoidance of doubt, it is hereby acknowledged and agreed that references to the Site shall be construed as references to the real estate required for the Bus Terminals as set forth in Schedule-A and includes Commercial Complex.
The Site. For the purposes of this AGREEMENT, the SITE shall mean and include any and all contracts and subcontracts for the performance of construction work at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory of the Idaho Office of the Department of Energy in Bonneville, Butte, Bingham, Clark, Cassia and Jefferson Counties, Idaho. The SITE is recognized by the parties as a project of major national importance and urgent priority and for its prompt and efficient construction a large number of skilled craftsmen and workmen are required. It is also recognized that the extreme advances of design, materials and construction methods which will be required to complete the structure will create new situations and jurisdictional problems for which there must be ready and sound methods of determination and settlement between the parties without any stoppage or delay in the work. It is the purpose to maintain competent and capable workmen for the performance of the work undertaken by the EMPLOYERS and to maintain a continuity of employment for the workmen so secured, to establish and maintain harmonious labor-management relations throughout the duration of construction and to avoid strikes, lockouts or delays in the prosecution of the work.
The Site. The site of the Project works (the "Site") shall comprise the site described in Schedule-A in respect of which the possession of land shall be provided by the Employer to the Contractor. The Employer shall be responsible for:
The Site. On and from the Effective Date, the Seller shall be deemed, on the basis of the provisions of project proposal, to have had sufficient opportunity to investigate the Site (including but not limited to its geological condition, on the Site, the adequacy of the road and rail links to the Site and the availability of adequate supplies of water) and accepts full responsibility for its condition and that it shall not be relieved from any of its obligations under this Agreement or be entitled to any extension of time or financial compensation by reason of the unsuitability of the Site for whatever reason.
The Site. Possession of the Site The Contractor is granted non-exclusive possession of the Site immediately upon the grant of the building permit unless otherwise notified by the Principal. Access by Other Workers The Principal and the Superintendent shall at all times: have free and uninterrupted access to the Site and the Works; and have full power to send workers onto the Site to execute work not included in the Contract (and the Contractor shall afford every reasonable facility during ordinary working hours for such workers’ operations, provided that the Superintendent shall consult with the Contractor before sending any such workers onto the Site to ensure such workers’ operations shall be carried on in such a manner so as not to impede the progress of the Works included in the Contract and in a manner consistent with the Contractor’s health and safety, and site security, requirements). The Contractor shall not be responsible for any damage which may happen to or be occasioned by the workers of the Principal, except where such damage arises out of some action or inaction on the part of the Contractor, its servants or agents. SETTING OUT THE WORKS Before commencing work on the Site the Contractor shall engage a licensed surveyor to identify the Site, certify all boundaries and position necessary survey marker pegs, so that the set out of the Works is wholly within the titled boundary except for items for which approval has otherwise been given by proper authorities. The Contractor will immediately report any discrepancies between the Contract Documents and the survey to the Superintendent and must not proceed until further direction from the Superintendent. The Contractor shall set out the Works at levels and alignments as shown in the Contract Documents or such alternative levels and alignment as may be notified to the Contractor by the Superintendent. Unless the Superintendent otherwise directs, the Contractor at his own expense shall rectify any error in setting out the Works which is attributable to the Contractor, or its servants or agents.