off-site costs

off-site costs

Construction expenses that are incurred away from the construction site. Examples include the cost of bringing in utilities, storm and sanitary sewer lines, and roads.

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UK Credit can arrange Construction-Specific Credit Insurance to cover contract particulars such as retentions, binding contracts, uncertified works, pay when paid contracts, and off-site costs.
Mining, processing and off-site costs have been applied in order to determine that the pit resource has a reasonable prospect of economic extraction.
1% of year-to-date Pro forma FFO generated by transactional activities, and with a reduction in off-site costs, including G&A, of 14% year-to-date.
95 percent, making the town's portion $16 million for site costs and about $4 million in off-site costs, the manager said.
The increase is due to unanticipated costs to meet (Federal Emergency Management Agency) flood-proofing requirements and for off-site costs that proved more extensive and complex than previously anticipated for this large and somewhat remote site .
Early estimates put the 'basic price' of the 50,000-seater open-roofed venue at pounds 57 million - although that cost does not include improvements to the local transport network, off-site costs or the fitting of a retractable roof to the arena.
A typical one-day course taught off-site costs approximately $200 per employee, although this cost could be reduced somewhat by bringing an outside trainer to the city's facility.
During the quarter ended June 30, 2004, the Company increased the environmental reserve for off-site costs related to its Lite Yard property.
These environmentally sound processes produce the most marketable metal per tonne of ore with minimal off-site costs.