Construction Contract or “contract” means a written agreement between a contractor and a public agency for the construction, alteration, demolition, or repair of a facility, other than a contract having a dollar value of less than $30,000.00 or a contract that provides for 3 or fewer payments.
Construction Contract means the agreement(s) entered into between the Company and the Construction Contractor(s) for the design, engineering, procurement, construction, completion, start-up, testing, and Commissioning of the Facility and also includes any amendment to such agreement(s) made from time to time;
Examples of Construction Contract in a sentence
Each Debtor party to any Pre-delivery Contract shall ensure that at all times during construction, the relevant Collateral Ship is insured in accordance with the provisions of a Construction Contract.
More Definitions of Construction Contract
Construction Contract as used in this Order means any contract for the construction, rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, extension, or repair of buildings, highways, or other improvements to real property.
Construction Contract means the construction contract dated September 17, 2000 in the amount of $377,834, entered into between the Partnership and the Contractor pursuant to which the Improvements are being constructed in accordance with the Plans and Specifications. The Construction Contract shall be a fixed price agreement (includes materials and labor) at a cost consistant with the Construction Budget.