SECTION 00800 - SUPPLEMENTARY CONDITIONS
PART 1 - GENERAL
1.1 RELATED SECTIONS:
A. Documents affecting work of this Section include, but are not necessarily limited
to the General Conditions (Section 00700) and other Sections in Division 1 of
B. Refer to "Section 01152 - Application for Payment" for blank copies of the
Certificate of Partial Payment and the Certificate of Contract Completion and
The document titled "General Conditions of the Contract for Construction," AIA
Document A201, 1987 Edition, Articles 1 through 14, inclusive, as modified by the
Board of Regents, with permission, is established as part of this Contract by reference
in Section 00700 of the Specifications, and will hereinafter be referred to as the
"General Conditions" of this Contract, excluding Special Conditions of the Contract for
Construction, Pages I1-I4, October 16, 1989. The items addressed in those Special
Conditions are addressed in the General Requirements. The purpose of this Section
00800, hereinafter referred to as the "Supplementary Conditions", is to supplement,
modify, delete from, and/or add to the General Conditions.
All Articles of the General Conditions, or portions thereof, which are not specifically
modified, deleted, or superseded hereby, remain in full effect.
The General Conditions also may be supplemented elsewhere in the Contract
Documents by provisions located in, but not necessarily limited to, Division 1 of the
1.3 REVISIONS TO GENERAL CONDITIONS (A201):
The following paragraphs supplement, modify, delete from, and/or add to the General
Conditions as established in Section 00700 of the Specifications;
A. ARTICLE 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS:
1. REPLACE Paragraph 1.1.1 with the following;
The Contract Documents consist of the Purchase Order, the Drawings,
the Project Manual, all Addenda issued prior to and all Change Orders
issued after execution of the Contract, the University of Florida Invitation
to Bid, and the General Conditions.
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2. DELETE Paragraph 1.2.1.
B. ARTICLE 2 - OWNER:
REPLACE Paragraph 2.2.5 with the following:
"Unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, the Contractor will be
furnished, free of charge, a maximum of fifteen (15) sets of Drawings and
Project Manuals for execution of the Work. If additional sets are required by the
Contractor, they will be furnished upon request for the cost of printing and
C. ARTICLE 3 - CONTRACTOR:
1. REPLACE Paragraph 3.2.2. with the following;
"The Contractor shall, when so indicated on the contract drawings or in
the contract specifications, take field measurements and verify field
conditions and shall carefully compare such field measurements and
conditions and other information known to the Contractor with the
Contract Documents before commencing activities. Errors,
inconsistencies or omissions discovered shall be reported to the
Architect/Engineer at once."
2. ADD a sentence to the end of Paragraph 3.7.1 as follows;
Building permit fees as required by the UF Building Code Enforcement
Program (EH&S) shall be paid by the Owner directly from project funds.
3. REPLACE "30 days" in Paragraph 3.10.4 with "10 days."
4. REPLACE Paragraph 3.14.2 with the following;
"The Contractor shall not damage or endanger a portion of the Work or
fully or partially completed construction of the Owner or separate
contractors by cutting, patching or otherwise altering such construction,
or by excavation. The Contractor shall not cut or otherwise alter such
construction by the Owner or a separate contractor except with written
consent of the Owner and of such separate contractor, such consent
shall not be unreasonably withheld. The Contractor shall not
unreasonably withhold from the Owner or a separate contractor the
Contractor's consent to cutting or otherwise altering the Work."
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5. ADD new Paragraph 3.14.4 as follows;
"Cutting and patching of walls, ceilings, floors, pits, and chases is to be
done as provided for on drawings and in the specifications. Cutting of
main structural members shall not occur unless approved in writing by
the Architect/Engineer. Unless the contract drawings and/or
specifications specifically assign responsibility for patching to others, it is
the responsibility of the Contractor, including materials and labor. The
patched area shall be restored to its original condition with refinished or
repainted areas blending into the surrounding areas."
6. DELETE Paragraphs 3.19.1, 3.19.2, and 3.19.3.
D. ARTICLE 4 - ADMINISTRATION OF THE CONTRACT:
1. DELETE the portion of Paragraph 4.2.1 shown stricken below.
"and will be the Owner's representative."
APPEND the following sentence at end of Paragraph 4.2.1,
"The Owner's representative is the PPD Project Manager."
2. APPEND the following to the end of Paragraph 4.2.13;
"and if and when approved by the Owner."
E. ARTICLE 5 - SUBCONTRACTORS:
REPLACE Paragraph 5.2.1 with the following;
"Unless otherwise required by the Contract Documents or the Bidding
Documents, the apparent lowest bidder, and any others so requested, as
soon as practicable after the opening of the bids, shall furnish to the
Owner and the Architect/Engineer in writing the names of the persons or
entities (including those who are to furnish materials or equipment
fabricated to a special design) for each of the principal portions of the
Work. The Architect/Engineer will promptly reply to the Contractor in
writing, stating whether or not the Owner or the Architect/Engineer after
due investigation, has reasonable objection to any such proposed person
or entity. No Purchase Order (contract) will be issued until requested lists
are provided and approved."
F. ARTICLE 7 - CHANGES IN THE WORK:
1. DELETE Paragraph 7.2.3.
2. DELETE the last underlined sentence in Paragraph 7.3.1.
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3. DELETE Paragraph 7.3.8.
4. REPLACE "determination" with "recommendation" in the first sentence of
G. ARTICLE 9 - PAYMENTS AND COMPLETION:
1. CREATE a new paragraph, Paragraph 9.1.2, that states the following;
"Availability of Funds: The obligations of the University under this award
are subject to the availability of funds lawfully provided by annual
appropriations for its purposes by the Legislature of the State of Florida."
2. CREATE a new paragraph, Paragraph 9.2.2, that states the following;
"Within ten days from receipt of Notice to Proceed, the Contractor shall
submit to the Architect/Engineer for approval, one copy of a Schedule of
Contract Values which will reflect the estimated cost of each subdivision
of the work of each specification section. The value of each item shall
include a true proportionate amount of the Contractor's overhead and
profit. The sum of all such scheduled values shall equal the Contract
The approved form of Schedule of Contract Values will accompany and
support each of the Contractor's Certificates of Partial Payment and shall
indicate the value of suitably stored material as well as labor performed
and materials incorporated into the Work for each subdivision of the
schedule during the period for which the request is prepared."
3. DELETE Paragraph 9.3.1. Refer to “Section 01152 – Application for
H. ARTICLE 11 - INSURANCE AND BONDS:
CHANGE insurance coverage required by Paragraphs 11.1.1 and 11.1.2 to;
$250,000 per person, $500,000 per occurrence of not less than $500,000 for
injury or death to any one person and not less than $1,000,000 on account of
CREATE a new paragraph, Paragraph 11.5, that states the following:
"Asbestos Abatement Work: All projects including asbestos abatement work
are required to comply with the following University policy as it pertains to the
asbestos abatement portion of the work:
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ASBESTOS CONTRACTOR GENERAL LIABILITY
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For all asbestos projects with work beginning after June 30, 1999 the University
of Florida requires asbestos contractors doing work for the University to carry
asbestos general liability insurance in addition to all other insurance coverages
(including but not limited to automobile and workers compensation) required by
the bid and contract documents. The asbestos related insurance policy must be
procured through an underwriter with an A.M. Best rating of A- or better lawfully
authorized to do business in Florida as of the time of this bid (or, as of the time
the asbestos abatement work is added to the contract). The insurance policy
shall provide that the University of Florida is named as an additional insured.
The University shall not be responsible for any sums of money associated with
the policy, including any deductible. Coverage shall be on "occurrence" basis,
rather than "claims made" and must protect Contractor from all claims arising
out of the Contractor's asbestos abatement work for the University. The
minimum limits of liability for the asbestos contractor general liability are:
Each Occurrence Limit .........................................................................$1,000,000
Personal Injury and Advertising Injury Limit .........................................$1,000,000
Fire Damage Limit (any one fire) ...............................................................$50,000
Medical Expense Limit (any one person) .................................................... $5,000
Products and Completed Operations Aggregate Limit .........................$1,000,000
Aggregate Limit (other than Products/Completed Operations) ............$1,000,000
The Contractor shall file with the University a certificate of insurance and a copy
of the policy acceptable to the University prior to the commencement of the
work. The policy shall remain in force without interruption from the date of the
commencement of the work until the work is completed and the Contractor is off
site. The certificate and policy shall indicate that coverages afforded under the
policy will not be canceled or allowed to expire until at least 30 days prior written
notice has been given to the University.
Contractors who have not successfully provided similar work and products for a
University of Florida project in the last two years must provide a minimum of (3)
positive written references from clients to whom the contractor has provided
similar work and products.
PRE-JOB SUBMITTAL AND CONSULTANT'S APPROVAL
The contractor's pre-job submittals must include an original copy of the
certificate of insurance and a copy of the policy acceptable to the University
prior to the commencement of the work. The contractor's pre-job submittals
must be approved by the project's licensed asbestos consultant, and EH&S
must receive a written statement of approval of the pre-job submittals from the
licensed asbestos consultant 10 business days prior to project start-up.
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Contractor's superintendent must be on the job site full time during the entire
contract period of work execution. Superintendent must have a minimum (3)
three years experience in type(s) of work and products specified for this project.
Documentation of work experience must be submitted in the pre-job submittals.
Written notice of any proposed change in the Contractor's designated
superintendent must be provided to the University; the University reserves the
right to exercise all available legal remedies including cancellation of the
contract in the event that a successor superintendent fails to meet the
requirements of this provision."
I. ARTICLE 13 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS:
DELETE Paragraph 13.7 in its entirety.
J. ARTICLE 14 - TERMINATION OR SUSPENSION OF THE CONTRACT:
1. REPLACE "Architecture/Engineering" with "Architect/Engineer" in the
second line of Paragraph 14.1.2.
2. REPLACE "Architecture/Engineering" with "Architect/Engineer" in the
second line of Paragraph 14.2.2.
K. Page 87 STATE OF FLORIDA BOARD OF REGENTS OWNER-
CONTRACTOR AGREEMENT, is not applicable for these construction
L. Page 100 BOARD OF REGENTS CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT CHANGE
ORDER, is not applicable for these construction contracts.
M. Page 101 BOARD OF REGENTS CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT CHANGE
ORDER JUSTIFICATION FORM, is not applicable for these construction
N. Page 102 BOARD OF REGENTS CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT CHANGE
DIRECTIVE. "Delete." This form not required. Each occurrence will be
addressed by letter by the Architect/Engineer.
O. Page 105 BOARD OF REGENTS CERTIFICATE OF PARTIAL PAYMENT, is
not applicable, see Section 01153.
P. Page 106 PROJECT SIGN. Does not apply. The Physical Plant Division
Architecture/Engineering Department will issue project signs for each project to
END OF SECTION
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