contract limit

contract limit

A limit line or perimeter line established on the drawings or elsewhere in the contract documents defining the boundaries of the site available to the contractor for construction purposes.
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The total amount of the contract exceeds the contract limit and must therefore be tendered.
earth-filled barriers have proven themselves repeatedly in conflict situations, protecting lives and assets, and yesterday the DLA, America's combat logistics support agency, announced the award with maximum contract limit of $500,000,000.
21 from the sewer fund balance account to pay off the outstanding fiscal 2013 invoice for Veolia Water's additional operation and maintenance of wastewater facilities that were not contemplated under the contract limit.
The more rounded, commercial approach that is now recommended means that the contract limit as a clear-cut 'yes or no' factor should not be used as a matter of course.
However, as before, GAO found errors in the data that, if corrected, would overall increase funding of the private sector and move each service closer to the contract limit.
Losses are paid from the account; if exhausted, the insurer continues to pay losses up to the contract limit.
A two-year contract limit (with a possible one-year extension).
6 billion contract limit, allows Federal agencies to buy a wide range of IT products without having to secure multiple quotes in an RFP procurement process.
The mobile phone costs beyond the contract limit (207 000 EUR excluding VAT) which a European call for tenders is required.
The contract limit of spectrum has also been reduced to 4.
Rodriguez weighed in right at the contract limit of 169 pounds, while Pryor weighed 165-1/2.
The contract also includes the construction plans, the provisions of the contract limit, taking into account all its structures and equipment, fully pre-completed on both the client and be released.