Engineer-In-Charge (EIC definition

Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means the Engineer officer authorised to direct, supervise and be In-charge of the works for the purpose of this contract who shall supervise and be in charge of the work.
Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means the Executive Engineer of concerned Division ofMED in respect of that municipal town or the authorized representative of the concerned Local Body.
Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means the authorized representative nominated by STC.

Examples of Engineer-In-Charge (EIC in a sentence

The security deposit shall be released only after 30 days of Guarantee/warranty period, on the certificate of Engineer in charge/ EIC for successful completion of Guarantee/Warranty period and submission of requisite documents like last EPF / ESI(if applicable), GST return by the contractor.No interest shall be paid on EMD / Security Deposit for the period it remains deposited with HPGCL.

Engineer in charge (EIC) is an officer identified by the client to coordinate the work with the contractor.

No additional or substituted item of work will be executed by the agency without prior approved of the Engineer in charge (E.I.C).


More Definitions of Engineer-In-Charge (EIC

Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means Assistant Executive Engineer.
Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means the Assistant Engineer of Burdwan Municipality or the authorized representative of the concerned Local Body.
Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means Executive Engineer (E/M).
Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means an authorized representative of the Employer, if any, to which the Employer has entrusted various tasks in relation to the carrying out of his Project and in particular the implementation of the relevant Agreement. The EIC is fully empowered to represent the Employer. For avoidance of doubt, may be an Engineer. In case the Agreement does not specify the intervention by the EIC, the rights and obligations are exercised and borne by the Employer, mutatis mutandis.
Engineer-In-Charge (EIC means the Superintending Engineer of that municipal town or the authorized representative of the concerned Local Body.