Total Project Costs definition

Total Project Costs means (a) the costs paid or incurred or to be paid or incurred by a Borrower Related Party in connection with or incidental to the acquisition, design, construction and equipping of the Project, including legal, administrative, engineering, planning, design, insurance, and costs of issuance; (b) amounts, if any, required by the Indenture Documents or the TIFIA Loan Documents to be paid into any fund or account upon the incurrence of the TIFIA Loan or any Secured Obligations; (c) payments when due (whether at the maturity of principal, the due date of interest, or upon optional or mandatory prepayment) during the Construction Period in respect of any indebtedness of the Borrower or any Credit Enhancement maintained by a Borrower Related Party, in each case in connection with the Project (other than the TIFIA Loan); and (d) costs of equipment and supplies and initial working capital and reserves required by the Borrower Related Parties for the commencement of operation of the Project, including general administrative expenses and overhead of the Borrower.
Total Project Costs means the total amount of money required to complete the Project.
Total Project Costs means the Contribution and other verifiable cash or in-kind contributions either received or contributed by the Proponent and directly attributable to the Project.

Examples of Total Project Costs in a sentence

  • The Developer’s Fee is calculated as a percentage of Total Project Costs minus land, Developer’s Fee, Developer’s overhead and profit, Consultant Fees and Project reserves.

  • Project Management and1,900,000100%Support 32,000,000100%Total Costs Total Project Costs 32,000,000 100%Front-End Fees0 Total Financing Required32,000,000100% C.

  • Total Project Costs (£) Amount of UKSPF Funding Sought Please complete the table below to showcase how much UKSPF funding is being sought as part of this application Type of Funding Funding (£) Capital Revenue Total Match/ Other Funding to be provided.

  • The Developer fee is calculated as a percentage of Total Project Costs minus land, existing structures, Developer fee, Developer overhead and profit, Consultant fees, and Project reserves.

  • ANA requires applicants to commit 20% of the Total Project Costs as NFS for each year of the project.


More Definitions of Total Project Costs

Total Project Costs means cost of multipurpose buildings and other improvement costs associated with the deferral project. Machinery and equipment are not included in this calculation. Common areas, such as hallways, bathrooms, and conference rooms, are not included in the square feet fig- ure for either the numerator or the denominator. The cost of the common areas is multiplied by the percent eligible to determine the portion of the common area that is eligible for deferral.
Total Project Costs means the sum of all costs incurred by the Non- Federal Sponsor and the Government in accordance with the terms of this Agreement directly related to design and construction of the Project. Subject to the provisions of this Agreement, the term shall include, but is not necessarily limited to: the Government’s design costs; the Government’s costs of preparation of environmental compliance documentation in accordance with Article II.A.2. of this Agreement; the Government’s engineering and design costs during construction; the Non-Federal Sponsor’s and the Government’s costs of investigations to identify the existence and extent of hazardous substances in accordance with Applicable III.A. of this Agreement; the Government’s costs of historic preservation activities in accordance with Article
Total Project Costs has the meaning set forth in the Common Agreement.
Total Project Costs means the sum of the following:
Total Project Costs means the total costs/expenditures comprising a Broadband Infrastructure Project, and for which Applicants/Grantees may seek and obtain payment from the Office. See Section 1.5.2 (Total Project Costs) for a comprehensive definition of Total Project Costs. Total Project Costs shall be as identified in the Budget Plan. To the extent of any conflict or inconsistency between the figure identified in the Budget Plan and anywhere else in an Application, the figure identified in the Budget Plan shall prevail.