project life

project life

[′prä·jikt ‚līf]
(industrial engineering)
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It leverages the engineering design basis to provide an extensive portfolio of integrated, preconfigured solutions addressing yards' key work processes across the project life cycle.
Project life is the number of years used to determine the costeffectiveness and is equal to the contract term.
Going Beyond the Waterfall: Managing Scope Effectively Across the Project Life Cycle
Project life is planned at 13 years, producing an average of 127,000 oz/y; however, production is planned to be substantially higher during the first seven years of operation, averaging 185,000 oz/y during that period.
The result, approved now by the TLMI board of directors, is Project LIFE, which stands for Label Initiative For the Environment.
Residents of Highland Manor and Highland Village--residential components of the Meadow Winds community in the town of Newburgh--will launch their second annual gift drive on December 3rd to benefit children serviced by Project Life, a non-profit organization in the city of Newburgh that focuses solely on assisting homeless families with children.
Consequently, there are a number of opportunities for costly errors or inconsistencies to arise during the project life cycle.
These folks are members of TLMI, and their volunteer effort now has a name: Project LIFE.
Her understanding of landlord and tenant needs through every phase of a project life cycle has allowed her produce significant bottom-line results for both parties.