Building Systems definition

Building Systems means: (a) all heating, ventilating, air conditioning, climate control and humidity control equipment and systems serving the Demised Premises; (b) other systems, services, installations and facilities installed in or servicing the Building including, without limitation, the following systems, services, installations and facilities: mechanical, plumbing, sprinkler, drainage and sewage, elevators, electrical and other utilities, lighting, life safety (including fire prevention, detectors, safety system testing and plans, communications, security and surveillance), computer (including environmental, security and lighting control), ice and snow melting, refuse removal, window washing and music; (c) all machinery, appliances, equipment, apparatus, components, computer software and appurtenances forming part of or used for or in connection with any of such systems, services, installations and facilities including, but not limited to, boilers, motors, generators, fans, pumps, pipes, conduits, ducts, valves, wiring, meters and controls, and the structures and shafts housing and enclosing any of them; and (d) all Landlord owned or controlled telecommunications facilities, pathways, installations and equipment.

Examples of Building Systems in a sentence

  • Tenant acknowledges and agrees as of the date hereof that the building structure and Building Systems of the Improvements are being designed such that they will have at least twenty-five percent (25%) of their useful life remaining at the expiration of the Lease Term.

  • The aforesaid access rights include the right to have access to all necessary information technology, cable, data, communication and telephone systems, networks and lines and Building Systems serving the Project; provided that such access and use shall not adversely impact the access to or use of the Project and shall be at no cost to Tenant.

  • Not less than three (3) years prior to the expiration of the term of this Lease, a facilities condition report shall be prepared by an independent engineer evaluating the condition of the structural elements and Building Systems of the Improvements.

  • This work was supported by the Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Office of Building Technology, State and Community Programs, Office of Building Systems of theU.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC03-76SF00098.

  • The report shall detail the nature, scope, schedule and cost of all work and procurement necessary to assure that such structural elements and Building Systems of the Improvements meet or exceed the condition required by this Lease for handback to Landlord at the end of the Lease Term.

More Definitions of Building Systems

Building Systems means the mechanical, electrical, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, elevator, plumbing, sanitary, life-safety and other service systems of the Building, but shall not include the portions of such systems installed in the Premises or elsewhere in the Building by Tenant.
Building Systems means and refer to the Building and/or Property systems and equipment, including, without limitation, all fire/life safety, electrical, HVAC, plumbing or sprinkler, access control (including, without limitation, Landlord’s Access Control Systems), mechanical, and telecommunications systems and equipment.
Building Systems means the central heating, ventilating, air conditioning, plumbing, electric, life safety, mechanical, wiring, sprinkler, Class E, sewerage, water, mechanical, elevator and other systems installed by Landlord in the core and shell of the Building, and all other fixtures, equipment and appurtenances and systems installed by Landlord in the core and shell of the Building.