Site Engineer means AKRF Engineering, Inc., or another registered engineer or engineering firm with experience in large-scale resort site planning selected by EPR and approved by the Empire Developers, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or denied.
GRATING: Existing cable trenches shall be covered with M.S. grating of 12 mm thick duly painted in approved manner as per instructions of the Site Engineer.
Experience in the field Duration of Service in the firm Project Manager Senior Site Engineer Electrical Engineer O&M Supervisor Service Technicians Signature: Name: Designation: Office Address with contact details: Seal: Date Note:Attested Copies of Educational & experienced Certificates attached.
The tests shall be conducted by the Contractor, as directed by the Owner's Field Representative and Site Engineer, and the Contractor shall furnish all necessary equipment, materials and labor for the tests as specified.
Site Engineer (One per project site or as Full time B.E (Civil/ Structural Engineering) He / She should have minimum 3 (Three) years of experience in sit supervision Section 6 - Terms of Reference 133 | P a g e Sr. No .
The type of sewage treatment will depend on the geology of the area selected, the duration of the contract and proximity (availability) of providers of chemical toilets is to be done in construction with the Site Engineer.