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additional services

The professional services which may, upon the owner’s request or approval, be rendered by the architect in addition to the basic services or the designated services.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The new consortium said North Wales will benefit from extra services, upgraded trains and better stations.
Release date- 13082019 - ScotRail is laying on extra services and more seats to help music fans heading to and from Glasgow Summer Sessions over the next two weekends.
In addition to the extra services to Gran Canaria and Tenerife, Jet2 will also offer up to four weekly services to Lanzarote and two weekly services to Fuerteventura from February through to April from East Midlands Airport.
The plan is that by 2023, 95% of passengers' journeys will take place on new, higher capacity trains and there will also be 285 extra services every week day.
CPS, CTU: 20 schools sharing $10 million in extra services
From May, two extra services will run from Aberdare to Cardiff every Sunday morning and two more in the evening.
DB Regio Tyne and Wear, which operates the Metro on behalf of Nexus, said extra services will be running between Newcastle and Sunderland to get people home after the concert.
ATW insisted it would provide extra services and additional seating capacity where possible.
Sir David also warned there is a "financial hole" in the NHS which will mean the next government will have to suspend its ambitions about extra services and investment to deal with operational problems.
"Our company has a good percentage of Omani workers which also raises the expenses," he said, adding that in the business world it is normal to ask for more money when providing extra services. Meanwhile, Khalid Al Rashdi, head of the media department at PACP, said that while these all-night stores can price their items higher than the normal grocery stores, it should be within reasonable limits.