Trenching. All trenching from the pole or pedestal to the meter base of the user of electricity will be done by journeymen linemen who may be assisted by apprentices.
Trenching. If this AGREEMENT involves digging trenches or other excavations that extend deeper than four (4) feet below the surface, CONTRACTOR shall promptly, and before the following conditions are disturbed, notify the DISTRICT in writing, of any:
Trenching. All trenching from the pole or pedestal to the meter base of the user of electricity will be done by journeyman linemen who may be assisted by apprentices. An individual homeowner may dig his own trench in order to preserve trees and shrubbing or for other aesthetic reasons.
Trenching. All trenching from the pole or pedestal to the meter base of the user of electricity will be done by journeymen linemen who may be assisted by apprentices. This shall not preclude an individual homeowner or owner of a duplex or four-plex from digging his own trench. Employer will ensure nothing is performed by the homeowner beyond the mere digging of trenches. Parties agree that commercial builders in the construction industry building for speculation shall have trenches for housing projects dug by I.B.E.W. personnel.
Trenching. Some nbn™ connections require a lead-in cable between the network entry point (outside the Home) and the first socket or main distribution frame (MDF) if residing in an apartment. The lead-in cable connects your Home to the network to facilitate the connection of a working Service. Some premises may not have a lead-in cable, and will require installation - either aerially or underground. If the lead-in cable is to be installed underground, this may require trenching. We will recommend to you a suitable provider to do this work, if this is the case. More information about trenching is available on the Foxtel Website.
Trenching. Daily trenching operations will consist of trench excavation, dewatering (where necessary), conduit installation, and backfilling activities. Excavations will be conducted so as to not disturb adjacent buildings, streets and utility lines. Trenching near existing structures and utilities (i.e., crossings of existing services) will be done by non-destructive means (e.g., by hand, vacuum) as necessary. Trenching near existing structures (e.g., manholes, lampposts, signposts, etc.) will provide a minimum of 12 inches between the structure’s surfaces and the sides of the trench excavation. Fences, markers, culverts, underground structures, utilities, and other appurtenances will be protected accordingly. Open trenching will typically consist of pavement saw cutting followed by digging using a rubber- tired or tracked backhoe or excavator. Trench excavation will follow NYSDOT Standard Specifications §206 – Trench, Culvert and Structure Excavation as appropriate (Appendix F). Trenches will be excavated to the lines and grades necessary for proper conduit clearance, bedding and stabilization. The minimum trench width must accommodate a clear working space of six inches around the maximum outer diameter of the conduit arrangement and be of sufficient width to permit proper joining of conduit and backfilling. Trenching work will be confined within the limits of the permitted disturbance. There are no identified wetland areas, vegetated freshwater or tidal wetlands within the upland construction area. As a result, no trenching or construction activities will occur within wetland areas. Any tree root encountered in the trench will be cut back far enough so that the root will not interfere with the conduit. In addition, stumps, roots or other material will be removed from the trench. Trench side slopes will be protected appropriately as required (e.g., sloping, shoring, and shielding) as per the NYSDOT Standard Specifications (Appendix F). Trench excavations will be maintained until backfilled adequately so as to provide workers with a safe working condition and protect the work, existing property, utilities, and roadway. Controls will be in place to prevent unauthorized access to pedestrians and surrounding public.
Trenching. The trench section requirements are indicated on the Drawing(s). Trenching for all cabling will be the responsibility of the Contractor. All cable routes and positions must be confirmed on site by the Employer prior to trenching. The Contractor shall not commence with the backfilling of trenches without prior notification to the Employer so that the cable installation may be inspected. Should the Contractor fail to give a timeous notification, the trenches shall be re-opened at the Contractor's cost. Such an inspection by the Employer will not be unreasonably delayed. MV cables: The MV cable systems shall be done with 11/6.35 kV, 70mm², 3 core Cu, XLPE armoured Vultex Type A PVC served and manufactured to SANS requirements. The cable shall be terminated with heat shrink systems, heat shrink specification cable end boxes. Cable joints shall heat shrink systems. Cable terminations and joints shall meet the Supply Authority specifications in all respects. Jointing and terminations shall be in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions by approved jointers experienced in this type of work. The cables shall be delivered on drums in such lengths as to ensure that the cable lengths between terminations and joints, and between joints, will be approximately equal.
Trenching. Lessee shall not proceed with additional trench work exceeding a maximum of one hundred (100) feet of open trench without the approval of the Conduit System Manager. All excavation spoils and/or construction debris will be removed immediately.
Trenching. In the event that during the Lease Term Tenant acquires additional space in other buildings in the Project, Tenant shall have the right, subject to Landlord's consent as to size, location, and installation methods, to install and maintain telecommunication conduits between the various buildings occupied by Tenant, whether under this Lease or under a combination of leases. Tenant shall: (i) be solely responsible for all costs associated with the installation, maintenance and repair of such conduits; (ii) promptly repair any damage caused to the Premises, Building, Common Area or Project as a result of the installation, maintenance or repair of such underground conduits; (iii) comply with all Applicable Laws related to such underground conduits; and (iv) indemnify, protect, defend and hold Landlord harmless, to the full extent set forth in Section 11.1, from any and all damages, loss, claims, liabilities, and expenses (including attorneys fees) related to or arising out of such underground conduits or the installation, maintenance and repair thereof. Tenant shall not be required to remove such underground conduits at the expiration or termination of the Lease Term, provided that Tenant shall leave such conduits in a safe and secure condition.