Towers. This category includes all components of the tower including the foundation, frame and ladders, grounding, painting, guys (as applicable), beacons, foundations, and anchors.
Towers. An employee working on a chimney stack, spire, tower, radio or television mast or tower, air shaft (other than above ground in a multi-storey building), cooling tower, water tower or silo, where the construction exceeds fifteen metres in height will be paid for all work above fifteen metres - 53 cents per hour, with 53 cents per hour additional for work above each further fifteen metres. This allowance will be adjusted annually on 1 March (2010-2011) based on the December to December Consumer Price Index of the previous year from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (all groups, Melbourne).
Towers. Alliant Energy-IES Utilities grants McLeodUSA the right to use for Telecommunications Purposes microwave towers owned by it, in exchange for Transport Capacity as shown in section XV. Such right is exclusive, excepting only Alliant Energy-IES Utilities’ present and future use of the microwave towers for internal purposes and third party use granted by agreements executed prior to the date of this revised agreement. McLeodUSA shall retain any rental income from other users of the microwave towers in consideration of its management of the microwave towers for Alliant Energy-IES. Alliant Energy-IES Utilities reserves the right to deny access to microwave towers to any third party, including McLeodUSA, due to engineering or insurance concerns, including but not limited to electrical interference or maintenance of the physical/structural integrity of the towers. In the event that McLeodUSA receives payments from any third party for conversion of any frequency required by the FCC to be abandoned, McLeodUSA shall either: perform the conversion to a communications system with capacity as good or better than that of the microwave tower, or shall remit these payments to Alliant Energy. Alliant Energy grants McLeodUSA the right to attach for Telecommunications Purposes to all other towers (meaning the towers owned by IPC and WPL and collectively referred to as “Other Towers”), including but not limited to radio towers, owned by Alliant Energy in exchange for Transport Capacity as shown in Section XV. Such grant of right is not exclusive, and does not preclude usage of such other towers by Alliant Energy for its own purposes. In the event that a third party makes a bona fide offer to lease space for the attachment of telecommunications facilities used for Telecommunications Purposes to Alliant Energy’s Other Towers in its Network, other than that portion of the Network owned by IES Utilities, and such attachment is within the capabilities of such Other Tower, the AEREROWD shall inform McLeodUSA of such request. In the event that McLeodUSA desires to attach its facilities in the area requested by the third party, XxXxxx USA shall compensate Alliant Energy for such Attachment as provided in Article XV. In the event that McLeodUSA does not attach its facilities in the space requested by the third party, but desires to reserve said space, XxXxxx USA shall compensate Alliant Energy for such reservation as described in Article XV. In the event that no attachment or reservat...
Towers. Base on the List of On-site Handover of Stock Tower-related Physical Items, the sellers shall hand over towers to the buyer, and the handover shall be deemed as completed after the buyer takes stock and sign the Delivery Confirmation (unless otherwise specified, it shall refer to the Delivery Confirmation at headquarters level, the same below).
Towers. An employee working on a chimney stack, spire, tower, radio or television mast or tower, air shaft (other than above ground in a multi-storey building), cooling tower, water tower or silo, where the construction exceeds fifteen metres in height will be paid for all work above fifteen metres - 51 cents per hour, with 51 cents per hour additional for work above each further fifteen metres.
Towers. This Agreement shall not impose any limit on the height of a Tower, except as such limits are imposed by the Development Entitlements. Buyer and Seller acknowledge that the Project may be constructed in multiple phases, provided that the first phase of the Project (“First Construction Phase”) must include a Building containing not less than 270,000 Gross Square Feet.
Towers. (a) Schedule 3.29(a) sets forth a list of all Towers, including for each Tower the address and height and whether the Tower is located on Real Property owned or leased by a CenturyTel Entity. Except as disclosed on Schedule 3.29(a), (i) each of the Towers has an engineered foundation and is a steel structure and (ii) all improvements on the Real Property at the sites on which the Towers are located (such Real Property and improvements thereon are referred to collectively herein as the "Tower Sites") are in compliance in all material respects with all applicable Requirements of Law, including, without limitation, all rules, regulations and orders of the FCC and the United States Federal Aviation Administration, and applicable title covenants, conditions, restrictions and reservations necessary to conduct the Business.
Towers. Installing a new 130' self-supporting tower/foundation and appropriate waveguide bridge. Installation based on normal soil.
Towers. The communications equipment and antenna support tower structures situated at the locations that are identified on ANNEX I and are owned or leased by Sublessors; provided, however, that such term does not include (i) any equipment, property or other assets placed upon the Towers or Tower Sites by third parties pursuant to Tower Collocation Leases or other Contracts or (ii) any Excluded Assets.