Project Scope definition

Project Scope means the description or activity of work to be accomplished on the Project.
Project Scope means the part of the grant agreement that succinctly describes the extent or range of what the project will accomplish.
Project Scope is an individual sub-project of the overall Project, authorized via a Project Authorization to this Agreement. Each Project Scope will have a unique Project Budget, schedule, Project Criteria, and compensation.

Examples of Project Scope in a sentence

  • The City may: (1) give written approval of an increase in the Project cost up to a maximum of 7% of the authorized total; (2) authorize rebidding of the Project; (3) terminate the Project and this Agreement; or (4) cooperate in revising the Project scope or specifications, or both, as necessary to reduce the Construction Cost.


More Definitions of Project Scope

Project Scope has the meaning set forth in Section 3.1 of this Agreement.
Project Scope. The specific scope of work for each project shall be determined in advance and in writing between the Owner and the Architect.
Project Scope means the scope of the Proposed Project that has been mutually agreed to by the Authority and District and further described in Exhibit B attached hereto, as may be updated from time to time.
Project Scope means the scope of the Proposed Project that has been mutually agreed to by the Authority and the District and as is attached hereto as Exhibit “B”.
Project Scope. The specific scope of work for each job order project shall be determined in advance and in writing between the Owner and the Contractor.
Project Scope. The Project Scope shall include, but not be limited to, the written description of a Project, the PPR, Educational Facility Specifications, HISD Design and Construction Standards, and any other descriptions provided by HISD or the PM.
Project Scope means the scope of the Project as more specifically set forth in Schedule A;