Examples of Engineer-In-Charge (EIC in a sentence
The bidder shall plan such maintenances during non peak hours and in consultancy with the Engineer-In-Charge (EIC) of OWNER.
Engineer Engineer-In-Charge (EIC) or Engineer means the Employers personnel authorized to direct, supervise and be in-charge of the works on behalf of the Employer.
The Contractor shall execute the work in co-ordination with the Engineer-In-Charge (EIC) of the work.
Sites are considered active until they are completely accepted by the Engineer-In-Charge (E.I.C.).
Samples of materials shall wherever required shall be submitted and got approved by Engineer-In-Charge (E.I.C.) before use in installation.