Definition of Routine Maintenance


Routine Maintenance means maintenance activities that are scheduled in advance and occur on a regular basis, such as weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually, which are normally included as an annually recurring cost in maintenance and repair budgets for transportation facilities (and associated equipment) of similar natures and in similar environmental conditions as the Project.


Routine Maintenance means the repair or replacement

Routine Maintenance means work that:

Examples of Routine Maintenance in a sentence

The Residual Life of an Element would be equal to its originally calculated Useful Life less its Age if (a) the Element has performed in service in the manner and with the levels of traffic and wear and tear originally expected by Developer as reflected in the Financial Model and (b) Developer has performed the Routine Maintenance of the Element, and as a result thereof the Element complies throughout its originally calculated Useful Life with each applicable Performance Requirement.
Vyvx will pay WilTel the Costs of such replacements or repairs, even if such replacement or repair is initiated through a request for Routine Maintenance or Demand Maintenance.
Owner Authorized or Routine Maintenance for the purpose of this paragraph is defined as maintenance that can be performed with ordinary hand tools and which can be performed by an owner not holding a FAA A&P license.
Upon a reasonable request by Vyvx, WilTel will perform additional specific Routine Maintenance functions.
Routine Maintenance means maintenance activities that are scheduled in advance and occur on a regular basis, such as weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually which are normally included as an annually recurring cost in maintenance and repair budgets for transportation facilities (and associated equipment) of similar natures and in similar environmental conditions as the East End Crossing.