Definition of Building II Tenant Improvements


Building II Tenant Improvements means all interior improvements, special lighting, interior demising walls, floor and wall coverings, furniture systems, security systems, telephone and data cabling, excess HVAC for computer rooms, equipment, etc. desired by Tenant for Building II.

Examples of Building II Tenant Improvements in a sentence

Within 10 days after receipt of the proposed Building II Tenant Improvements Design Development Plans, Landlord will approve or reject the proposed Building II Tenant Improvements Design Development Plans.
Tenant will revise the proposed Building II Tenant Improvements Design Development Plans based on Landlord’s comments and resubmit the plans for Landlord’s approval.
Tenant shall retain space planners, architects, and engineers reasonably approved by Landlord to design all Building II Tenant Improvements (including, without limitation, space planning, and preparation of the Final Building II Tenant Improvements Plans and Specifications in the manner set forth below).
Upon Landlord’s approval, the proposed Building II Tenant Improvements Design Development Plans will constitute the Building 11 Tenant Improvements Design Development Plans (herein so called).
Tenant shall promptly provide Landlord with as-built drawings of the Building II Tenant Improvements upon completion of construction thereof.