Construction Costs means any and all costs incurred by the Contractor with respect to the construction and equipping, as the case may be, of the Project, whether paid or incurred prior to or after the date hereof, including, without limitation, costs for Site preparation, the removal or demolition of existing structures, the construction of the Project and related facilities and improvements, and all other work in connection therewith, security of the Site and Project, Contractors’ overhead and supervision at the Project site, all costs and expenses including any taxes or insurance premiums paid by the Contractor with respect to the Property, and administrative and other expenses necessary or incident to the Project, excluding Contractor’s home office overhead and field office overhead (which both shall be part of the Contractor’s General Conditions) and Contractor’s profit and fee. The term “Construction Costs” includes all Contractor’s costs associated with preparing or generating additional copies of any Contract Documents, as defined below, related to or required for the Project, including preparation or generation of additional plans and specifications for Contractor’s subcontractors. In no event shall Construction Costs exceed the Bid Proposal.
Construction Costs means land costs, all costs paid to construct and complete the Improvements, as specified on Exhibit "B" attached hereto and made a part hereof.
Construction Costs means all costs listed on the UniApp, Section C, Uses of Funds, under the Site Work and Construction and Rehab sections.
Examples of Construction Costs in a sentence
Following Completion, the payment of all Construction Costs and written request by Borrower, any Construction Reserve Funds remaining in the Construction Reserve Account shall be disbursed to Borrower.
More Definitions of Construction Costs
Construction Costs means, for purposes of calculating builder profit, overhead and general requirements, the on-site and construction costs in the construction contract, before profit, overhead and general requirements, and at Initial Application and Carryover a reasonable construction contingency.
Construction Costs means those Costs recorded by the Operator during the Construction Period, including, without limiting generality, the Operator's fee contemplated in article 11;
Construction Costs means all costs of constructing a System, including make ready costs, other than engineering fees, attorneys or accountants fees, or other consulting fees.
Construction Costs means, for purposes of calculating builder profit, overhead and general requirements, and per Unit rehabilitation Construction Cost, the on-site and construction costs in the construction contract, before gross receipts tax, profit, overhead, and general requirements. At Initial Application and Carryover, Construction Cost should include a reasonable construction contingency.
Construction Costs means the costs related to construction, including, where appropriate, the financing costs, of any of the following:
Construction Costs means all costs in the permitting, demolition, construction, acquisition, and installation of the Leasehold Improvements, including, without limitation, contractor fees, overhead and profit, and the cost of all labor and materials supplied by Contractor, suppliers, independent contractors, and subcontractors arising in connection with the Leasehold Improvements.
Construction Costs with respect to any Leased Property means the acquisition cost of the related Land, all costs related to any ground lease of the related Land, all costs incurred in connection with the design, development and construction of the Building on the related Land, as well as the costs of excavating, grading, landscaping and other work undertaken to prepare the Land for construction of a Building, the purchase price of all Funded Equipment related to such Leased Property and all other fees, costs and expenses incurred in connection with the acquisition, ground leasing, development and construction of such Leased Property, including all interest on the Loans and Yield on the Lessor's Invested Amount related to such Leased Property accrued during the Construction Term therefor, planning, engineering, development, architects', consultants', brokers', attorneys' and accountants' fees, appraisal costs, survey costs, insurance costs, transaction costs, demolition costs, permitting costs, costs for title insurance and other soft costs related to such Leased Property; provided, however, the foregoing shall exclude any Force Majeure Losses related to such Leased Property.