Time Extensions Sample Clauses

Time Extensions. A reasonable extension of time for completion of various Phases may be granted by the Owner should there be a delay on the part of the Owner in fulfilling its obligations pursuant to this Agreement. Such extension shall not be the basis or cause for any claims or causes of action by the Project Consultant for additional or extra compensation. Under no circumstances shall the Project Consultant be entitled to additional compensation or payment as a result of or relating to delays on the Project.
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Time Extensions. DB Contractor shall be entitled to an extension of a Completion Deadline due to Hazardous Materials only as provided in Section 4.6.9.4.2 of the General Conditions and subject to Section 4.6 of the General Conditions, unless otherwise specified in this Section 6.3.2.‌
Time Extensions. SUBCONTRACTOR must spend all of the funds allocated through this Agreement within the timeframe of the Agreement.
Time Extensions. If Contractor requests an extension of time to complete its performance, then the Director, in consultation with the CPO, may, in his or her sole discretion, extend the time. The extension must be in writing but does not require amendment of this Agreement. Contractor is not entitled to damages for delay(s) regardless of the cause of the delay(s).
Time Extensions. Time limits may be extended by the Administration and the Union in writing. The newly agreed to date shall then prevail.
Time Extensions. Pending correction of title, the following time extensions shall occur automatically:
Time Extensions. The Owner and the CM/GC agree that timely completion of the Work is essential to the success of the Project, and that approval for time extension shall be granted only as a last resort. During this CM/GC Contract for Pre-Construction Services and Contract Amendments for Construction Phase Services, the CM/GC agrees to make every effort to avoid delays and recover “lost” time in a manner acceptable to the Owner.
Time Extensions. Time extensions beyond those set forth in this grievance procedure may be arranged by mutual written agreement of both parties. If a grievance is not processed in accordance with the time requirements it shall be deemed settled on the basis of the answer provided at the last step to which the grievance was processed in a timely manner.
Time Extensions. All requests for extensions of the time periods for implementation listed in section II(E) above must be requested by the Grantee in advance of the deadline date. All requests for extensions must be made in writing, and will be reviewed and approved or disapproved by the Assistant Secretary of Public and Indian Housing or the Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Public Housing Investments.
Time Extensions. Subject to Section 4.6 of the General Conditions and this Section 6.9, DB Contractor shall be entitled to extend applicable Completion Deadlines for delays to a Critical Path attributable to the development, review and approval of a Karst Feature Mitigation Plan for an Unknown Karst Feature (“Karst Plan Delay”). A Karst Plan Delay begins on the date DB Contractor notifies TCEQ and TxDOT of the discovery of an Unknown Karst Feature in accordance with the RID entitled “Karst Feature Discovery and Mitigation” and ends when the applicable Karst Feature Mitigation Plan is approved by TxDOT and TCEQ. DB Contractor shall bear 100% of the risk of Karst Plan Delays up to 35 days per individual Unknown Karst Feature and up to a cumulative total of 180 days for all Unknown Karst Features locations. If the Karst Plan Delay exceeds 35 days for a particular Unknown Karst Feature, then the risk of such Karst Plan Delay in excess of 35 days for that Unknown Karst Feature shall be borne by TxDOT. If aggregate Karst Plan Delays for which DB Contractor is 100% responsible exceed 180 days, then the risk of Karst Plan Delays in excess of 180 days shall be borne by TxDOT. If a Karst Plan Delay is concurrent with another delay that is DB Contractor’s responsibility under the Design-Build Contract, then DB Contractor shall bear 100% of the risk of such Karst Plan Delay and the delay to the Critical Path shall not be counted towards the 180-day aggregate cap described in this Section 6.9.3. If a Karst Plan Delay at one location is concurrent with another Karst Plan Delay at one or more other locations, the 35-day period of DB Contractor’s responsibility for the delays at the locations shall run concurrently and only one of the concurrent Karst Plan Delays shall apply to the 180-day cap. DB Contractor shall not be entitled to an extension of any Completion Deadlines for any delays resulting from the discovery of Unknown Karst Features prior to submission of a notice to both TxDOT and TCEQ of the discovery an Unknown Karst Feature in accordance with this Section 6.9.3. Subject to Section 4.6 of the General Conditions and this Section 6.9, DB Contractor shall be entitled to an extension of applicable Completion Deadlines for delays to a Critical Path attributable to the execution of an approved Karst Feature Mitigation Plan for an Unknown Karst Feature (“Karst Mitigation Delay”). A Karst Mitigation Delay begins on the date DB Contractor commences Karst Feature mitigation activities f...