HYCEL PROPERTIES CO. HYCEL RETAIL CROUP 7817 Forsyth Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63105-3307 Telephone 314 721-4800 Facsimile 314 721-3663 CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into this 16th day of November 2003, by and between Hycel Properties Co., a Missouri corporation ("Hycel"), and Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc., a Missouri Corporation (the "Company"). RECITALS WHEREAS, Hycel and the Company have entered into an agreement for Hycel to provide real estate consulting services to the Company; and WHEREAS, Hycel has offered to provide construction management services to the Company for the construction of the Company's Build-A-Bear Workshop stores; and WHEREAS, the Company desires to have Hycel provide construction management services to the Company, NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants hereinafter exchanged, it is agreed as follows: 1. Construction Management Services Hycel will provide the following services in connection with the construction of the Company's new stores: (a) Design/Plan Review Hycel will work closely with the Company's architect and engineers to assist in the development of a detailed set of architectural and engineering drawings and specifications. Upon receipt of the architectural and engineering drawings from the Company's architect, as-builts from the previous tenant build-out, landlord's tenant design criteria and the lease sections relating to construction, Hycel's personnel will review the drawings before submittal to the landlord and for building permit. (b) Bidding & Permits Hycel will prepare bid forms and invitation to bid letters to accompany the architectural and engineering drawings to be distributed to selected general contractors the Company has approved to handle the general construction of the space as well as for all millwork, theming, signage, graphics and other special equipment. Applications for building permits will be made as well as the submittal for landlord approval. Bids will be evaluated and are commendation will be provided to the Company. A contract will be prepared for the general contractor with the Company's approval. (c) Construction Supervision Hycel's personnel will monitor the day-to-day activities of the general contractor and coordinate scheduling and material and equipment deliveries. Discrepancies, field conditions and requests for additional information will be handled and resolved. Periodic visits to the project will be made from pre-construction through the construction phase of the projectto monitor progress and quality. (d) Punchlist/Close-Out A final visit to the project will be made upon substantial completion of construction. A punchlist will be prepared noting all items not completed or requiring rework to make the
Diversity in the United States
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Diversity in the United States
The information about diversity in the US has only opened my eyes. I have been living in the US for the past many years but I failed to notice that there are so many people belonging to different cultures and religions who ;live here together in unison (Waters, 2006). This amazes me and I feel that I respect the people around me all the more in that learning about the history of different…
understanding of the facts and surroundings of the legal matter.
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motion by European expansion constitutes their (non-European) history as well.
(1) To what extent equally their history told?
(2) Is there only one form of history that can be written?
The story of world capitalism = the prevailing world system + dominant history
= One historical trajectory
Are their Alternate histories? Other histories have little relevance
What were the histories of those before intervention?
Anthropological accounts needed to…
Suderman. Highlight in yellow
☐Use your academic word bank: try using more scholarly vocabulary (5-10 words) Highlight in green
☐Define your key term circle
☐Include all three levels of critical thinking: what, so what, now what.
Write each in the margin…show me where they are in your paper.
Now what: do you have enough depth…this should be your STRONGEST paragraph. Also consider Bloom and De Bono…have you considered all points of view and demonstrated all levels of critical thinking?
Terminology and Concepts
In today’s challenges at work and an organization has become more than just a place where eight hours of a day is spent, but a place where behavior is a major contribution to the success behavior and what it means and the effects on the climate of an organization. of a company. In this paper we will discuss organizational
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simple? Answer me Elizabeth. “Why would you sit there and pee on yourself?” and you think I am going to clean that mess up, well you thought wrong.”
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Specific statements that people hold to be true
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US always valued…
Received: 20 July 2012 / Accepted: 28 November 2012 / Published online: 7 December 2012
Ó The Australian Association for Research in Education, Inc. 2012
Abstract This paper draws from a study that explored issues of student equity,
marginality and diversity in two secondary schools in regional Queensland (Australia). The paper foregrounds interview data gathered from administration, teaching
and ancillary staff at one of the schools, ‘Crimson’ High School. The school has a
high Indigenous student population…
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The human rights of the people need to balanced against the rights of others.
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Schools hVe the…
close contact over an extended period of time. The service setting and front stage
performances have significant influence on client perception of service quality. This
includes the appearance and manner of the attendants.
A core service is what the customer is fundamentally obtaining, when travelling with
emirates the core service element is safe and secure air transportation of passengers
with three types of services including first class, business class and economy class.
The services offered…