Definition of Houseblock


Houseblock means the building at the Prison containing the Residential Units;


Houseblock means the new (332) Prisoner Place houseblock building at the Prison and its associated infrastructure and facilities;

Examples of Houseblock in a sentence

He may wish to attend meetings between the Contractor and the Houseblock Construction Sub-contractor if appropriate (and this will be by agreement with the Contractor).
The Contractor shall not incorporate any proposed Contractor's Change into the Houseblock Works unless and until it receives the approval of the Authority in accordance with paragraph 4 above.
This may require further information to be supplied by the Contractor and the Houseblock Construction Sub-contractor.
The Independent Engineer will promptly bring matters to the attention of both the Authority, the Contractor and the Houseblock Construction Sub-contractor which may adversely affect the Issue of the Engineer's Houseblock Declaration.
Any change to Schedule A {Specifications) which does not constitute Design Development will be considered to be a Contractor's change and shall be dealt with in accordance with the Contract and Part 3A of this Schedule M {Change Control Procedure - Houseblock Works).