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    work permit in general any time as far as required to execute the works on this ....

    Hello everybody!

    The contractors and their subcontractors shall have unrestricted access to the workshop and work permit in general any time as far as required to execute the works on this project.

    In my opinion, the whole sentence can be expressed as:

    The contractors and their subcontractors shall have unrestricted access to the workshop and shall be allowed to work in general (at) any time for as long as it is required to execute the works on this project.

    Thank you.

    The text is about a device for exhaust gas desulfurisation.

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    Re: work permit in general any time as far as required to execute the works on this .

    I think you are right. The phrase 'work permit" usually means government permission for an individual person to hold a job. But in this context I agree with your translation (from Bad English to Good English.)

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