Contract Completion definition

Contract Completion means the schedule Milestone when the Work is completed in accordance with the terms of the Contract Documents and Contractor has satisfied all of its other obligations under the Contract Documents, including but not limited to (1) all governmental authorities have given final, written approval of the Work, (2) a final unconditional certificate of occupancy has been granted and issued to the Owner by the appropriate governmental authorities, (3) the Contractor's Work is 100 percent complete, and (4) all Punch List items have been completed or corrected, and (5) the Contractor has complied with conditions precedent to final payment and release of retained funds.
Contract Completion means when the entire Work, except those items arising from the provisions of GC10 - WARRANTY, has been performed to the requirements of the Contract Documents and is so certified by the TTC’s Representative.
Contract Completion means when the entire Work has been performed to the requirements of the Contract Documents.

Examples of Contract Completion in a sentence

The parties shall exercise their best efforts to reach agreement on the Contractor's responsibilities for sponsorship, management and administration of the Plans prior to or at the time of Contract Completion.

DBEs Must Perform a Useful and Necessary Role in Contract Completion: A DBE does not perform a commercially useful function if the DBE’s role is limited to that of an extra participant in a transaction, contract, or project through which funds are passed in order to obtain the appearance of DBE participation.

On satisfactory performance and completion of the order in all respects and duly certified to this effect by the Project Coordinator, Contract Completion Certificate will be issued and the PBG will be returned to the Bidder, after 60 days of contractual obligations date.

The schedule shall show completion of the Project at the Contract Completion Date or before.

The Contract Sum and Contract Completion Date shall be adjusted only by a fully executed Change Order.


More Definitions of Contract Completion

Contract Completion means the schedule Milestone, by which deficiencies listed in the Punch List are corrected, the Contractor's Work is 100 percent complete, and the Contractor has complied with conditions precedent to final payment and release of retained funds.
Contract Completion means the Contract Completion Date as mentioned in the Contract Completion Certificate issued by the Department’s Representative to the contractor on fulfillment of his obligations in respect of both the Design- Build and the Operation Service;