Contract Completion definition

Contract Completion means the point in time when FW Project Manager confirms in writing that the contract has been completed as contracted for and the Contractor is released from any further obligations. All remaining payments due the Contractor shall be approved for payment at this time.
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.

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.

  • For proposals that do not include a request for an extension of Contract time it will be deemed that the changed work has no impact on the scheduled milestones or Contract Completion Date.

  • Any delays arising out of failure by the CONTRACTOR to rectify the drawing in good time shall not alter the Contract Completion Time.

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

  • It is the Contractor's responsibility to submit a schedule that shows Substantial Completion of the Work by the Contract Time for Completion or the Contract Completion Date and any interim deadlines established by the Contract.

  • Any change in the Contract Time for Completion or Contract Completion Date shall be accomplished only by issuance of a Change Order.

  • It is understood that, except as otherwise specifically stated in the Contract Documents, the Contractor, either directly or through his Subcontractors, shall provide and pay for all material, labor, tools, equipment, water, light, power, telephone and other services or facilities of every nature whatsoever necessary to execute completely and deliver the Work within the Contract Time for Completion or before the Contract Completion Date.

  • Contract Completion Date: The date by which the Work must be substantially complete.

  • 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.

  • However, a change in the Time for Completion or the Contract Completion Date shall be accomplished only by Change Order.

More Definitions of Contract Completion

Contract Completion means when the entire Work has been performed to the requirements of the Contract Documents.
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;
Contract Completion a contract for the performance of any E&C -------- ---------- Services shall be deemed to have reached Contract Completion for purposes of this Agreement when (i) the applicable project or scope of work is 100% physically complete, and (ii) all work under the contract has been completed except for warranty work and, if applicable, the job site has been demobilized. With respect to any contract for the performance of any E&C Services that is a Continuing Services Agreement, any particular job order or work order under such E&C Contract shall be deemed to have reached Contract Completion for purposes of this Agreement when such job order meets the criteria set forth in (i) and (ii) above.

Related to Contract Completion

  • Project Completion means the date, as determined by the Division after consultation with the Recipient, that operation of the Project is initiated or is capable of being initiated, whichever comes first.

  • Project Completion Date means the date on which the Provisional Certificate is issued and in the event no Provisional Certificate is issued, the date on which the Completion Certificate is issued;

  • project completion period means the period of sixty (60) months commencing from and expiring on for the construction and obtaining of Temporary Occupation Permit or Permits for the whole of the Development as provided in clause 3.3;

  • Construction Completion means completion of construction with all support facilities for smooth functioning of the Project and Project Facilities.

  • Project Completion Schedule means the progressive Project Milestones for completion of the Work on or before the Scheduled Completion Date;

  • Final Completion means the date determined and certified by A/E and Owner on which the Work is fully and satisfactorily complete in accordance with the Contract.

  • Commissioning means the process for determining the need for and for obtaining the supply of healthcare and related services by the Trust within available resources.

  • Tests after Completion means the tests (if any) which are specified in the Contract and which are carried out in accordance with the Specification after the Works or a Section (as the case may be) are taken over by the Procuring Agency.

  • Study Completion means the database for the Study has been locked and all Essential Documents have been provided to the Sponsor, including a copy of the letter from the Reviewing HREC acknowledging receipt of the final report and/or closure letter from the Principal Investigator.

  • Mechanical Completion means that (a) all components and systems of the Project have been properly constructed, installed and functionally tested according to EPC Contract requirements in a safe and prudent manner that does not void any equipment or system warranties or violate any permits, approvals or Laws; (b) the Project is ready for testing and commissioning, as applicable; (c) Seller has provided written acceptance to the EPC Contractor of mechanical completion as that term is specifically defined in the EPC Contract.

  • Substantial Completion means the stage in the progress of the work as determined and certified by the Contracting Officer in writing to the Contractor, on which the work (or a portion designated by the Government) is sufficiently complete and satisfactory. Substantial completion means that the property may be occupied or used for the purpose for which it is intended, and only minor items such as touch-up, adjustments, and minor replacements or installations remain to be completed or corrected which:

  • Commissioning Tests means the tests performed (including any repetition thereof) during the commissioning phase, including those set forth in Section 3 of this Attachment S, to demonstrate that the applicable Equipment or system is ready for use to receive Natural Gas and produce LNG for Performance Tests.

  • Contract Work means everything required to be furnished and done by the Contractor by any one or more of the parts of the Contract referred to in Article 1, except Extra Work as hereinafter defined.

  • Target Completion Date has the meaning given such term in Section 3.3(b).

  • Tests on Completion means the test specified in the Contract or otherwise agreed by the Employer and the Contractor to be performed before the Works are taken over by the Employer.

  • Completion Date means the date of completion of the Services by the Service Provider as certified by the Procuring Entity

  • Extra Work means any work which is determined by City to be necessary for the proper completion of the Project, but which the Parties did not reasonably anticipate would be necessary at the execution of this Agreement. Consultant shall not perform, nor be compensated for, Extra Work without written authorization from City’s Representative.

  • Virtual Completion means the premise is in the opinion of the Employer fit for occupation.

  • Construction Work means all necessary action for the development, construction, renovation, furnishing, equipping and implementation of the Plans and Designs for the Hotel.

  • Construction Contractor means a person who undertakes to or offers to undertake to, or purports to have the capacity to undertake to, or submits a bid to, or does himself or by or through others, construct, alter, repair, add to, subtract from, improve, move, wreck, or demolish any building, highway, road, railroad, excavation, or other structure, project, development, or improvement to real property, or to do any part thereof. "Construction contractor" includes subcontractors, specialty contractors, prime contractors, and any person receiving consideration for the general supervision and/or coordination of such a construction project except for remediation contracting. This definition shall govern without regard to whether or not the construction contractor is acting in fulfillment of a contract.

  • Commissioning test means tests applied to the Generating Facility, after completion of the construction of the Generating Facility, in order to verify that the Generating Facility may be released for Operation.

  • The Completion Date means the date of completion of the Works as certified by the Employer’s Representative.

  • Interconnection Feasibility Study means either a Generation Interconnection Feasibility Study or Transmission Interconnection Feasibility Study.

  • Test on Completion means such tests as prescribed in the Contract to be performed by the Contractor before the work is Taken Over by TSECL.

  • EPC Contractor means an engineering, procurement, and construction contractor, or if not utilizing an engineering, procurement and construction contractor, the entity having lead responsibility for the management of overall construction activities, selected by Seller, with substantial experience in the engineering, procurement, and construction of power plants of the same type of facility as the Seller’s; provided, however, that the Seller or the Seller’s Affiliate(s) may serve as the EPC Contractor.

  • Phase 1 means the time period beginning upon the date this Change Order is executed and ending on the date a Facility is turned over to Owner.