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.
Item Units Amount Concentrate Grade % Cu 28.
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