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                              REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL




                                          by

                                The University of Texas

                                          for

                            Selection of a Vendor to Provide
                                   Janitorial Services

                                       related to

                                       Athletics



                                  RFP No. 2011032VH




            Submittal Deadline: 2:30PM Central Prevailing Time, July 1, 2011




Issued: May 27, 2011

                              REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL




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                                              TABLE OF CONTENTS


SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................... 1

SECTION 2: NOTICE TO PROPOSER........................................................................................ 4

SECTION 3: SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL ............................................................................... 8

SECTION 4: GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS ................................................................. 10

SECTION 5: SPECIFICATIONS AND ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS ............................................. 28

SECTION 6: PRICING AND DELIVERY SCHEDULE ................................................................. 82




Attachments:

APPENDIX ONE:               PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

APPENDIX TWO:               AGREEMENT

APPENDIX THREE: HUB SUBCONTRACTING PLAN

APPENDIX FOUR:              CAMPUS MAP
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                                             SECTION 1

                                          INTRODUCTION

1.1    Description of University

The University of Texas was established by the state legislature in 1881; by popular vote, the
Main University was located at Austin and the Medical Branch at Galveston. The Austin campus
was opened in September, 1883, with a faculty of 8 and a student body of 218; about three-
quarters of the students were registered in the Academic Department and the remainder in the
Law Department. In the intervening eleven decades, the central campus has grown from 40 to
more than 360 acres, while the student body has increased to about 38,000 undergraduates
and 12,000 graduate students. In 1967, with the creation of The University of Texas System, the
name of the Main University was changed to the University of Texas at Austin.

University students represent both the diverse population of the state and the full range of
contemporary scholarship: an undergraduate may choose courses from more than 160 fields of
study while pursuing any of more than 100 majors. Undergraduate study is supported by
extensive mainframe and microcomputer facilities and by one of the largest academic libraries
in the nation. Students also benefit from the broad range of scholarly and technical research
conducted by the faculty and the research staff.

The city of Austin, with a population of about 500,000, is a relaxed and cosmopolitan setting for
The University. The city is home to respected professional communities in theatre, dance, the
visual arts, and classical and popular music that offer a wide range of cultural events. Students
may also take part in recreational activities made possible by the temperate climate and Austin's
location in the Hill Country of central Texas.

The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and is one of
three Southwestern members of the Association of American Universities.

1.2    Background and Special Circumstances

UT Athletics supports approximately 525 men and women student-athletes in a successful and
broad-based NCAA Division I intercollegiate program, and employs more than 300 full-time staff
members. Baseball was the first intercollegiate sport to begin competition at UT, and the
Longhorns played their first season in 1896. Since then, all University of Texas sports programs
have combined to win 48 national championships. Effective in 1996-97, UT Athletics began
competition in the Big 12 Conference – going from an eight-team, in-state Southwest
Conference to a 12-team multi-state league with a much larger geographic footprint.

Since the 2003-04 academic/fiscal-year, Intercollegiate Athletics has received no financial
support from The University. As a UT auxiliary unit, UT Athletics pays its own direct costs such
as salaries, fringe benefits, utilities and construction. The exception is the cost of certain central
administrative services such as accounting, systems and payroll, which are charged to every
auxiliary unit in the form of a 3.25 percent administrative fee on specified expenditures.

The purpose of Texas Athletics Student Services is to help UT student-athletes manage their
college career through individualized academic support programs, an involved and dedicated
staff. Academic Services recently moved to a new and updated facility located in the Red
McCombs Red Zone at the north end of Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Here,
students have access to their counselors, mentors and tutors, as well as numerous
technologically-equipped study rooms, conference and media centers. Student-athletes also
enjoy an academic library that houses books from their specific courses and other reference
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literature to suit their needs. The goal is to make the student-athlete‟s learning environment as
comfortable and inviting as possible, and our new academic center provides that unlike any
other.

The challenge of preventing illnesses and injuries, and returning injured student-athletes to the
playing field as quickly and safely as possible, requires a team effort. Ensuring the health and
safety of every male and female student-athlete in UT‟s 20 sports is the charge of The Athletic
Training / Sports Medicine program. The full-time staff consists of certified Athletic Trainers,
Physical Therapists and Physicians, each with varying levels of expertise and specialty
certifications. The main Sports Medicine facility, the James R. “Bubba” Moffett Athletic Training
Room, is housed in Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Center and furnished with state-of-the-art
therapeutic modalities and exercise/rehabilitation equipment. Recent additions include the Alec
Beck Hydrotherapy Room and the new Howard L. Terry Medical Suite. The Terry Medical Suite
allows physicians to provide comprehensive medical care, including onsite radiology,
fluoroscopy, and laboratory services to student-athletes. This facility, and the various other
athletic training satellite facilities on campus, is equipped with innovative resources to meet the
needs of student-athletes.

UT Athletics operates with integrity and is dedicated to enforcing adherence to the rules and
regulations of the NCAA, the Big 12 Conference, the University of Texas System, and The
University of Texas at Austin. The UT Athletics Compliance staff supports and educates
student-athletes, coaches, administrators and supporters to make the right decisions and
comply with NCAA and Big 12 rules. Staff risk managers review and monitor all everyday
operations to mitigate risks, protect assets, and therefore sustain the departments‟ reputation.
They also assess operations for optimal efficiency and effectiveness, and to reduce the costs for
doing business.

UT Athletics takes pride in management and operation of world-class facilities. Since 1993-94,
UT Athletics has invested more than $396 million in facility construction, renovation and capital
expenditures. Annual debt service payments to retire revenue bond indebtedness are funded
through incremental UT Athletics revenue generated from leasing game day premium seats
(suites, club seats). These premium areas are a result from facility construction, renovation and
expansion.

All 20 varsity intercollegiate sports:
     Men‟s programs                  Women‟s programs
     • Baseball                      • Basketball
     • Basketball                    • Cross Country
     • Cross Country                 • Golf
     • Football                      • Indoor Track & Field
     • Golf                          • Outdoor Track & Field
     • Indoor Track & Field          • Rowing
     • Outdoor Track & Field         • Soccer
     • Swimming & Diving             • Softball
     • Tennis                        • Swimming & Diving
                                     • Tennis
                                     • Volleyball




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1.3    Objective of this Request for Proposal

The University of Texas at Austin (“University”) is soliciting proposals in response to this
Request for Proposal for Selection of a Vendor to Provide Janitorial Services related to
Athletics, RFP No. 2011032VH (this “RFP”), from qualified vendors to provide custodial services
(the “Services”). The Services, which are more specifically described in Section 5.4 (Scope of
Work) of this RFP, include (1) facility custodial service; (2) game day-specific custodial
service; (3) special event custodial service and (4) related supporting functions as specified in
Section 5.4.

1.4    Group Purchase Authority

       Texas law authorizes institutions of higher education (defined by Section 61.003,
       Education Code) to use the group purchasing procurement method (ref. Sections
       51.9335, 73.115, and 74.008, Education Code). Additional Texas institutions of higher
       education may therefore elect to enter into a contract with the successful Proposer under
       this RFP.




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                                           SECTION 2

                                    NOTICE TO PROPOSER


2.1   Submittal Deadline

      University will accept proposals submitted in response to this RFP until 2:30
      p.m. , Central Prevailing Time on Friday, July 1, 2011 (the “Submittal Deadline”).

2.2   University Contact Person

      Proposers will direct all questions or concerns regarding this RFP to the following
      University contact (“University Contact”):

              Mr. Marcus Grimes, Buyer III
              mgrimes@austin.utexas.edu

      University specifically instructs all interested parties to restrict all contact and questions
      regarding this RFP to written communications forwarded to University Contact.
      University Contact must receive all questions or concerns no later than Tuesday, June
      14, 2011. University will have a reasonable amount of time to respond to questions or
      concerns. It is University‟s intent to respond to all appropriate questions and concerns;
      however, University reserves the right to decline to respond to any question or concern.

2.3   Criteria for Selection

      The successful Proposer, if any, selected by University in accordance with the
      requirements and specifications set forth in this RFP will be the Proposer that submits a
      proposal in response to this RFP on or before the Submittal Deadline that is the most
      advantageous to University. The successful Proposer is referred to as the “Contractor.”

      Proposer is encouraged to propose terms and conditions offering the maximum benefit
      to University in terms of (1) services to University, (2) total overall cost to University, and
      (3) project management expertise. Proposers should describe all educational, state and
      local government discounts, as well as any other applicable discounts that may be
      available to University in a contract for the Services.

      An evaluation team from University will evaluate proposals. The evaluation of proposals
      and the selection of Contractor will be based on the information provided by Proposer in
      its proposal. University may give consideration to additional information if University
      deems such information relevant.

      The criteria to be considered by University in evaluating proposals and selecting
      Contractor, will be those factors listed below:

      2.3.1   Threshold Criteria Not Scored
              2.3.1.1 Ability of University to comply with laws regarding Historically
                      Underutilized Businesses; and
              2.3.1.2 Ability of University to comply with laws regarding purchases from
                      persons with disabilities.
              2.3.1.3 The Proposer‟s exceptions to the terms and conditions set forth in
                      Section 4 of this RFP.

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      2.3.2   Scored Criteria
              2.3.2.1 Demonstrated and perceived knowledge and understanding of janitorial
                      services for University Athletic and Medical Facilities which includes
                      adequate staffing for football game day & other events (30%);
              2.3.2.2 Overall costs to The University to provide the requested services (30%);
              2.3.2.3 Favorable recommendations from prior customers for janitorial services
                      similar in scope to those required by University Athletic and Medical
                      Facilities (30%);
              2.3.2.4 Provide proof of compliance with University‟s Background check policy
                      (10%).

2.4   Key Events Schedule

      Issuance of RFP                               May 27, 2011

      Pre-Proposal Conference                       June 8-9, 2011
      (ref. Section 2.6 of this RFP)

      Deadline for Questions/Concerns               June 14, 2011
      (ref. Section 2.2 of this RFP)

      Submittal Deadline                            2:30 p.m. Central Prevailing
      (ref. Section 2.1 of this RFP)                Time on Friday, July 1, 2011

      Should the evaluation team request it, selected vendors may be asked for
      additional information, or to provide a presentation.

2.5   Historically Underutilized Businesses

      2.5.1   All agencies of the State of Texas are required to make a good faith effort to
              assist historically underutilized businesses (each a “HUB”) in receiving contract
              awards. The goal of the HUB program is to promote full and equal business
              opportunity for all businesses in contracting with state agencies. Pursuant to the
              HUB program, if under the terms of any agreement or contractual arrangement
              resulting from this RFP, Contractor subcontracts any of the Services, then
              Contractor must make a good faith effort to utilize HUBs certified by the Texas
              Procurement and Support Services Division of the Texas Comptroller of Public
              Accounts. Proposals that fail to comply with the requirements contained in this
              Section 2.5 will constitute a material failure to comply with advertised
              specifications and will be rejected by University as non-responsive. Additionally,
              compliance with good faith effort guidelines is a condition precedent to awarding
              any agreement or contractual arrangement resulting from this RFP. Proposer
              acknowledges that, if selected by University, its obligation to make a good faith
              effort to utilize HUBs when subcontracting any of the Services will continue
              throughout the term of all agreements and contractual arrangements resulting
              from this RFP. Furthermore, any subcontracting of the Services by the Proposer
              is subject to review by University to ensure compliance with the HUB program.


      2.5.2   University has reviewed this RFP in accordance with Title 34, Texas
              Administrative Code, Section 20.14, and has determined that subcontracting
              opportunities are not probable under this RFP.
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2.5.3   A HUB Subcontracting Plan (“HSP”) is required as part of Proposer‟s proposal.
        The HSP will be developed and administered in accordance with University‟s
        Policy on Utilization of Historically Underutilized Businesses attached as
        APPENDIX THREE and incorporated for all purposes.

        Each Proposer must complete and return the HSP in accordance with the terms
        and conditions of this RFP, including APPENDIX THREE. Proposers that fail to
        do so will be considered non-responsive to this RFP in accordance with Section
        2161.252, Government Code.

        Contractor will not be permitted to change its HSP unless: (1) Contractor
        completes a newly modified version of the HSP in accordance with the terms of
        APPENDIX THREE that sets forth all changes requested by Contractor, (2)
        Contractor provides University with such a modified version of the HSP, (3)
        University approves the modified HSP in writing, and (4) all agreements or
        contractual arrangements resulting from this RFP are amended in writing by
        University and Contractor to conform to the modified HSP.

2.5.4   Proposer must submit one (1) original of the HSP to University at the same time
        it submits its proposal to University (ref. Section 3.2 of this RFP.) The original of
        the HSP must be submitted under separate cover and in a separate envelope
        (the “HSP Envelope”). Proposer must ensure that the top outside surface of its
        HSP Envelope clearly shows and makes visible:

        2.5.4.1   The RFP No. (ref. Section 1.3 of this RFP) and the Submittal Deadline
                  (ref. Section 2.1 of this RFP), both located in the lower left hand corner
                  of the top surface of the envelope,

        2.5.4.2   The name and the return address of the Proposer, and

        2.5.4.3   The phrase “HUB Subcontracting Plan”.

        Any proposal submitted in response to this RFP that is not accompanied by a
        separate HSP Envelope meeting the above requirements will be rejected by
        University and returned to the Proposer unopened as that proposal will be
        considered non-responsive due to material failure to comply with advertised
        specifications. Furthermore, University will open a Proposer‟s HSP Envelope
        prior to opening the proposal submitted by the Proposer, in order to ensure that
        the Proposer has submitted the number of completed and signed originals of the
        Proposer‟s HUB Subcontracting Plan (“HSP”) that are required by this RFP. A
        Proposer‟s failure to submit the number of completed and signed originals of the
        HSP that are required by this RFP will result in University‟s rejection of the
        proposal submitted by that Proposer as non-responsive due to material failure to
        comply with advertised specifications; such a proposal will be returned to the
        Proposer unopened. (ref. Section 1.5 of APPENDIX ONE to this RFP.)

        Note: The requirement that Proposer provide the original of the HSP under this
        Section 2.5.4 is separate from and does not affect Proposer‟s obligation to
        provide University with the number of copies of its proposal as specified in
        Section 3.1 of this RFP.



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2.6   Mandatory Pre-Proposal Conference

      University will hold a pre-proposal conference at 8:00 a.m., Central Prevailing Time on
      Wednesday June 8 and Thursday, June 9, at the DKR- Texas Memorial Stadium in
      Austin, Texas (ref. APPENDIX FOUR Location Map). Park in Manor Garage, located on
      Robert Dedman Drive and meet outside Gate 28 (east side of DKR-Texas Memorial
      Stadium, across from Manor Garage.) The pre-proposal conference will allow all
      Proposers an opportunity to ask University‟s representatives relevant questions and
      clarify provisions of this RFP. Confirm attendance with Marcus Grimes via email
      (mgrimes@austin.utexas.edu) by Tuesday, June 7, 2011.




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                                          SECTION 3

                                  SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL

3.1   Number of Copies

      Proposer must submit a total of six (6) complete and identical copies of its entire
      proposal. An original signature by an authorized officer of Proposer must appear on the
      Execution of Offer (ref. Section 2 of APPENDIX ONE) of at least one (1) copy of the
      submitted proposal. The copy of the Proposer‟s proposal bearing an original signature
      should contain the mark “original” on the front cover of the proposal.

3.2   Submission

      Proposals must be received by University on or before the Submittal Deadline (ref.
      Section 2.1 of this RFP) and should be delivered to:

      Physical Address for Deliveries                       Mailing Address for U.S. Mail
      (FedEx, UPS, Etc.)
      Purchasing Office                                     Purchasing Office
      The University of Texas at Austin                     The University of Texas at Austin
      Main Building, Room 132                               1 University Station
      Inner Campus Drive                                    P.O. Box 7218
      Austin, TX 78712                                      Austin, TX 78713

3.3   Proposal Validity Period

      Each proposal must state that it will remain valid for University‟s acceptance for a
      minimum of one hundred and twenty (120) days after the Submittal Deadline, to allow
      time for evaluation, selection, and any unforeseen delays.

3.4   Terms and Conditions

      3.4.1   Proposer must comply with the requirements and specifications contained in this
              RFP, including the Agreement (ref. APPENDIX TWO), the Notice to Proposer
              (ref. Section 2 of this RFP), Proposal Requirements (ref. APPENDIX ONE) and
              the Specifications and Additional Questions (ref. Section 5 of this RFP). If there
              is a conflict among the provisions in this RFP, the provision requiring Proposer to
              supply the better quality or greater quantity of services will prevail, or if such
              conflict does not involve quality or quantity, then interpretation will be in the
              following order of precedence:

                       3.4.1.1.      Specifications and Additional Questions (ref. Section 5 of
                                     this RFP);

                       3.4.1.2.      Agreement (ref. APPENDIX TWO);

                       3.4.1.3.      Proposal Requirements (ref. APPENDIX ONE);

                       3.4.1.4.      Notice to Proposers (ref. Section 2 of this RFP).




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3.5   Submittal Checklist

      Proposer is instructed to complete, sign, and return the following documents as a part of
      its proposal. If Proposer fails to return each of the following items with its proposal, then
      University may reject the proposal:

      3.5.1   Signed and Completed Execution of Offer (ref. Section 2 of APPENDIX ONE)

      3.5.2   Signed and Completed Pricing and Delivery Schedule (ref. Section 6 of this
              RFP)

      3.5.3   Responses to Proposer's General Questionnaire (ref. Section 3 of APPENDIX
              ONE)

      3.5.4   Signed and Completed Addenda Checklist (ref. Section 4 of APPENDIX ONE)

      3.5.5   Responses to questions and requests for information in the Specifications and
              Additional Questions (ref. Section 5 of this RFP)

      3.5.6   Signed and completed originals of the HUB Subcontracting Plan or other
              applicable documents (ref. Section 2.5 of this RFP and APPENDIX THREE).




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                                            SECTION 4

                             GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

4.1    General

The terms and conditions contained in this section or, in the sole discretion of University, terms
and conditions substantially similar to those contained in the Agreement, will constitute and
govern any agreement that results from this RFP. If Proposer takes exception to any terms or
conditions set forth in the Agreement, Proposer will submit a list of the exceptions as part of its
proposal in accordance with Section 5.3.1 of this RFP. Proposer‟s exceptions will be reviewed
by University and may result in disqualification of Proposer‟s proposal as non-responsive to this
RFP. If Proposer‟s exceptions do not result in disqualification of Proposer‟s proposal, then
University may consider Proposer‟s exceptions when University evaluates the Proposer‟s
proposal.

4.2    Payment

University agrees to pay fees due under this Agreement in accordance with the Texas Prompt
Payment Act (“Act”), Chapter 2251, Government Code. Pursuant to the Act, payment shall be
deemed late on the 31st day after the later of: 1) the date the performance of the Services under
this Agreement are completed, or 2) the date University receives an invoice for the Services.
University will be responsible for interest on overdue payments equal to the sum of: 1) one
percent, plus 2) the prime rate as published in the Wall Street Journal on the first day of July of
the preceding fiscal year (University‟s fiscal year begins September 1) that does not fall on a
Saturday or Sunday. University will have the right to verify the details set forth in Contractor's
invoices and supporting documentation, either before or after payment, by (a) inspecting the
books and records of Contractor at mutually convenient times; (b) examining any reports with
respect to the Project; and (c) other reasonable action. The cumulative amount of all payments
will not exceed the amount of this Agreement.

4.3    Tax Exemption

University, an agency of the State of Texas, is exempt from Texas Sales & Use Tax on the
Services in accordance with Section 151.309, Tax Code, and Title 34 Texas Administrative
Code (“TAC”) Section 3.322.

4.4    Prompt Payment Discount

Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, University is entitled to a “Prompt
Payment Discount” of ____% off of each payment that University submits within ____ days after
University‟s receipt of Contractor‟s invoice for that payment.

4.5    Contractor's Obligations

       4.5.1   Contractor will perform the Services in compliance with all applicable federal, state
               and local, laws, regulations, and ordinances. Contractor represents and warrants
               that neither Contractor nor any firm, corporation or institution represented by
               Contractor, or anyone acting for the firm, corporation or institution, (1) has
               violated the antitrust laws of the State of Texas, Chapter 15, Business and
               Commerce Code, or federal antitrust laws, or (2) has communicated directly or
               indirectly the content of Contractor‟s response to University‟s procurement
               solicitation to any competitor or any other person engaged in a similar line of
               business during the procurement process for this Agreement.
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4.5.2   Contractor represents, warrants and agrees that (a) it will use its best efforts to
        perform the Services in a good and workmanlike manner and in accordance with
        the highest standards of Contractor‟s profession or business, and (b) all of the
        Services to be performed will be of the quality that prevails among similar
        businesses of superior knowledge and skill engaged in providing similar services in
        major United States urban areas under the same or similar circumstances.

4.5.3   Contractor will call to University‟s attention in writing all information in any materials
        supplied to Contractor (by University or any other party) that Contractor regards as
        unsuitable, improper or inaccurate in connection with the purposes for which the
        material is furnished.

4.5.4   Contractor warrants and agrees that the Services will be accurate and free from any
        material defects. Contractor's duties and obligations under this Agreement will at no
        time be in any way diminished by reason of any approval by University nor will
        Contractor be released from any liability by reason of any approval by University, it
        being agreed that University at all times is relying upon Contractor's skill and
        knowledge in performing the Services.

4.5.5   Contractor will, at its own cost, correct all material defects in the Services as soon
        as practical after Contractor becomes aware of the defects. If Contractor fails to
        correct material defects in the Services within a reasonable time, then University
        may correct the defective Services at Contractor‟s expense. This remedy is in
        addition to, and not in substitution for, any other remedy for defective Services that
        University may have at law or in equity.

4.5.6   Contractor will maintain a staff of properly trained and experienced personnel to
        ensure satisfactory performance under this Agreement. Contractor will cause all
        persons connected with Contractor directly in charge of the Services to be duly
        registered and/or licensed under all applicable federal, state and local, laws,
        regulations, and ordinances. Contractor will assign to the Project a designated
        representative who will be responsible for the administration and coordination of the
        Services.

4.5.7   Contractor represents that if (i) it is a corporation, then it is a corporation duly
        organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the State of
        Texas, or a foreign corporation or limited liability company duly authorized and in
        good standing to conduct business in the State of Texas, that it has all necessary
        corporate power and has received all necessary corporate approvals to execute
        and deliver this Agreement, and the individual executing this Agreement on behalf
        of Contractor has been duly authorized to act for and bind Contractor; or (ii) if it is a
        partnership, limited partnership, limited liability partnership, or limited liability
        company then it has all necessary power and has secured all necessary approvals
        to execute and deliver this Agreement and perform all its obligations hereunder, and
        the individual executing this Agreement on behalf of Contractor has been duly
        authorized to act for and bind Contractor.

4.5.8   Contractor represents and warrants that neither the execution and delivery of this
        Agreement by Contractor nor the performance of its duties and obligations under
        this Agreement will (a) result in the violation of any provision [i] if a corporation, of
        Contractor‟s articles of incorporation or by-laws, [ii] if a limited liability company, of
        its articles of organization or regulations, or [iii] if a partnership, of any partnership
        agreement by which Contractor is bound; (b) result in the violation of any provision
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              of any agreement by which Contractor is bound; or (c) to the best of Contractor's
              knowledge and belief, conflict with any order or decree of any court or other body or
              authority having jurisdiction.

      4.5.9   Contractor represents and warrants that all of Contractor‟s Personnel contributing to
              the Work Material (ref. Section 4.27) under this Agreement will be required to (i)
              acknowledge in writing the ownership of Contractor (for the benefit of University) of
              the Work Material and each element thereof produced by the Personnel while
              performing services pursuant to this Agreement and (ii) make all assignments
              necessary to effectuate such ownership. “Personnel” means any and all persons
              associated with Contractor who provide any work or work product pursuant to this
              Agreement, including officers, managers, supervisors, full-time employees, part-
              time employees, and independent contractors.

      4.5.10 Contractor represents and warrants that: (i) the Services will be performed solely by
             Contractor, its full-time or part-time employees during the course of their
             employment, or independent contractors who have assigned in writing all right, title
             and interest in their work to Contractor for the benefit of University; (ii) University will
             receive free, good and clear title to all Work Material developed under this
             Agreement; (iii) the Work Material and the intellectual property rights protecting the
             Work Material are free and clear of all encumbrances, including security interests,
             licenses, liens, charges or other restrictions; (iv) the Work Material will not infringe
             upon or violate any patent, copyright, trade secret, trademark, service mark or other
             property right of any former employer, independent contractor, client or other third
             party; and (v) the use, reproduction, distribution, or modification of the Work
             Material will not violate the rights of any third parties in the Work Material, including
             trade secret, publicity, privacy, copyright, trademark, service mark and patent rights.

      4.5.11 If this Agreement requires Contractor‟s presence on University's premises or in
             University‟s facilities, Contractor agrees to cause its representatives, agents,
             employees and subcontractors to become aware of, fully informed about, and in
             full compliance with all applicable University rules and policies, including those
             relative to personal health, security, environmental quality, safety, fire prevention,
             noise, smoking, and access restrictions.

4.6           Auxiliary Enterprise.

      Contractor, at its sole cost and expense, will comply with all requirements of Subchapter
      C, Chapter 2252, Government Code, including the provision of financial statements,
      payment statements derived from sales tax reports, and bonds.

      4.6.1   In accordance with Section 2252.062, Government Code, Contractor will submit
              to University two (2) copies of Contractor‟s most recent financial statement
              prepared by a certified public accountant on the Effective Date.

      4.6.2   In accordance with Section 2252.063, Government Code, Contractor will submit
              to University, no later than the 15th day after the end of each contract year, an
              annual payment statement derived from all of Contractor‟s sales tax reports for
              its operations during the preceding contract year. The annual payment statement
              must be certified by a certified public accountant licensed in the State of Texas.
              “Contract year” means that period of time beginning on the Effective Date and
              ending __________, 20____ and each twelve (12) month period thereafter,
              during the term of this Agreement.

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       4.6.3   In accordance with Section 2252.064, Government Code, Contractor will provide
               University with a performance bond for each contract year during the term of this
               Agreement. The amount of the performance bond for the first contract year
               during the term of this Agreement will be equal to $50,000. Thereafter, the
               amount of the performance bond will be adjusted at the beginning of each
               contract year to _(to be determined)_. The performance bond will be issued by a
               surety company authorized to do business in the State of Texas and acceptable
               to University in all respects. The performance bond will be made payable to
               University and conditioned upon the prompt and faithful performance of the
               Services and all of Contractor‟s other duties and obligations under this
               Agreement.

4.7    Family Code Child Support Certification

       Pursuant to Section 231.006, Family Code, Contractor certifies that it is not ineligible to
       receive the award of or payments under this Agreement and acknowledges that this
       Agreement may be terminated and payment may be withheld if this certification is
       inaccurate.

4.8    Eligibility Certifications

       Pursuant to Sections 2155.004 and 2155.006, Government Code, Contractor certifies
       that Contractor is not ineligible to receive the award of or payments under this
       Agreement and acknowledges that this Agreement may be terminated and payment
       withheld if this certification is inaccurate.

4.9    Tax Certification

       If Contractor is a taxable entity as defined by Chapter 171, Tax Code (“Chapter 171”),
       then Contractor certifies that it is not currently delinquent in the payment of any taxes
       due under Chapter 171, or that Contractor is exempt from the payment of those taxes, or
       that Contractor is an out-of-state taxable entity that is not subject to those taxes,
       whichever is applicable.

4.10   Payment of Debt or Delinquency to the State

       Pursuant to Sections 2107.008 and 2252.903, Government Code, Contractor agrees
       that any payments owing to Contractor under this Agreement may be applied directly
       toward any debt or delinquency that Contractor owes the State of Texas or any agency
       of the State of Texas regardless of when it arises, until such debt or delinquency is paid
       in full.

4.11   Products and Materials Produced in Texas

       If Contractor will provide services under this Agreement, Contractor covenants and
       agrees that in accordance with Section 2155.4441, Government Code, in performing its
       duties and obligations under this Agreement, Contractor shall purchase products and
       materials produced in Texas when such products and materials are available at a price
       and delivery time comparable to products and materials produced outside of Texas.

4.12   Loss of Funding

       Performance by University under this Agreement may be dependent upon the
       appropriation and allotment of funds by the Texas State Legislature (the “Legislature”)
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       and/or allocation of funds by the Board of Regents of The University of Texas System
       (the “Board”). If the Legislature fails to appropriate or allot the necessary funds, or the
       Board fails to allocate the necessary funds, then University shall issue written notice to
       Contractor and University may terminate this Agreement without further duty or
       obligation hereunder. Contractor acknowledges that appropriation, allotment, and
       allocation of funds are beyond the control of University.

4.13   Notices

       Except as otherwise provided in this Section, all notices, consents, approvals, demands,
       requests or other communications provided for or permitted to be given under any of the
       provisions of this Agreement will be in writing and will be sent via registered or certified
       mail, overnight courier, confirmed facsimile transmission (to the extent a facsimile
       number is set forth below), or email (to the extent an email address is set forth below),
       and notice will be deemed given (i) if mailed, when deposited, postage prepaid, in the
       United States mail, (ii) if sent by overnight courier, one business day after delivery to the
       courier, (iii) if sent by facsimile (to the extent a facsimile number is set forth below), when
       transmitted, and (iv) if sent by email (to the extent an email address is set forth below),
       when received:

       If to University: The University of Texas at Austin
                         Purchasing Office
                         Office: 512-471-2861
                         Fax: 512-471-7745
                         mgrimes@austin.utexas.edu
                         Attention: Marcus Grimes

       With copy to: __________________________
                     __________________________
                     __________________________
                     Attention: __________________

       If to Contractor:_________________________
                       _________________________
                       _________________________
                       Attention: _________________

       or other person or address as may be given in writing by either party to the other in
       accordance with this Section.

       Notwithstanding any other requirements for notices given by a party under this
       Agreement, if Contractor intends to deliver written notice to University pursuant to
       Section 2251.054, Government Code, then Contractor will send that notice to University
       as follows:

                      _________________________
                      __________________________
                      __________________________
                      Fax: ______________________ [Note : Fax and email are required.]
                      Email: _____________________
                      Attention: __________________

       with copy to: _________________________
                     __________________________
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                      __________________________
                      Fax: ______________________ [Note : Fax and email are required.]
                      Email: ____________________
                      Attention: _________________

       or other person or address as may be given in writing by University to Contractor in
       accordance with this Section.

4.14   State Auditor’s Office

       Contractor understands that acceptance of funds under this Agreement constitutes
       acceptance of the authority of the Texas State Auditor's Office, or any successor agency
       (collectively, “Auditor”), to conduct an audit or investigation in connection with those
       funds pursuant to Sections 51.9335(c), 73.115(c) and 74.008(c), Education Code.
       Contractor agrees to cooperate with the Auditor in the conduct of the audit or
       investigation including providing all records requested. Contractor will include this
       provision in all contracts with permitted subcontractors.

4.15   Venue; Governing Law

       Travis County, Texas, shall be the proper place of venue for suit on or in respect of this
       Agreement. This Agreement and all of the rights and obligations of the parties hereto
       and all of the terms and conditions hereof shall be construed, interpreted and applied in
       accordance with and governed by and enforced under the laws of the State of Texas.

4.16   Breach of Contract Claims

       4.16.1 To the extent that Chapter 2260, Government Code, as it may be amended from
       time to time ("Chapter 2260"), is applicable to this Agreement and is not preempted by
       other applicable law, the dispute resolution process provided for in Chapter 2260 will be
       used, as further described herein, by University and Contractor to attempt to resolve any
       claim for breach of contract made by Contractor:

       4.16.1.1 Contractor‟s claims for breach of this Agreement that the parties cannot resolve
       pursuant to other provisions of this Agreement or in the ordinary course of business will
       be submitted to the negotiation process provided in subchapter B of Chapter 2260. To
       initiate the process, Contractor will submit written notice, as required by subchapter B of
       Chapter 2260, to University in accordance with the notice provisions in this Agreement.
       Contractor's notice will specifically state that the provisions of subchapter B of Chapter
       2260 are being invoked, the date and nature of the event giving rise to the claim, the
       specific contract provision that University allegedly breached, the amount of damages
       Contractor seeks, and the method used to calculate the damages. Compliance by
       Contractor with subchapter B of Chapter 2260 is a required prerequisite to Contractor's
       filing of a contested case proceeding under subchapter C of Chapter 2260. The Chief
       Business Officer of University, or the other officer of University as may be designated
       from time to time by University by written notice thereof to Contractor in accordance with
       the notice provisions in this Agreement, will examine Contractor's claim and any
       counterclaim and negotiate with Contractor in an effort to resolve the claims.

       4.16.1.2 If the parties are unable to resolve their disputes under Section 4.16.1.1, the
       contested case process provided in subchapter C of Chapter 2260 is Contractor‟s sole
       and exclusive process for seeking a remedy for any and all of Contractor's claims for
       breach of this Agreement by University.

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       4.16.1.3 Compliance with the contested case process provided in subchapter C of
       Chapter 2260 is a required prerequisite to seeking consent to sue from the Legislature
       under Chapter 107, Civil Practices and Remedies Code. The parties hereto specifically
       agree that (i) neither the execution of this Agreement by University nor any other
       conduct, action or inaction of any representative of University relating to this Agreement
       constitutes or is intended to constitute a waiver of University's or the state's sovereign
       immunity to suit and (ii) University has not waived its right to seek redress in the courts.

       4.16.2 The submission, processing and resolution of Contractor‟s claim is governed by
       the published rules adopted by the Texas Attorney General pursuant to Chapter 2260,
       as currently effective, thereafter enacted or subsequently amended.

       4.16.3 University and Contractor agree that any periods set forth in this Agreement for
       notice and cure of defaults are not waived.

4.17   Compliance with Law

       Contractor will perform the Services in compliance with all applicable federal, state and
       local, laws, regulations, and ordinances. Contractor represents and warrants that neither
       Contractor nor any firm, corporation or institution represented by Contractor, or anyone
       acting for the firm, corporation or institution, (1) has violated the antitrust laws of the
       State of Texas, Chapter 15, Business and Commerce Code, or federal antitrust laws, or
       (2) has communicated directly or indirectly the content of Contractor‟s response to
       University‟s procurement solicitation to any competitor or any other person engaged in a
       similar line of business during the procurement process for this Agreement.

4.18   Records

       Records of Contractor's costs, any reimbursable expenses pertaining to the Services
       and payments will be available to University or its authorized representative during
       business hours and will be retained for four (4) years after final payment or
       abandonment of the Services, unless University otherwise instructs Contractor in writing.

4.19   Insurance

       4.19.1 Contractor, consistent with its status as an independent contractor will carry and
              will cause its subcontractors to carry, at least the following insurance in the form,
              with companies admitted to do business in the State of Texas and having an
              A.M. Best Rating of A-:VII or better, and in amounts (unless otherwise specified),
              as University may require:

              4.19.1.1 Workers Compensation Insurance with statutory limits, and Employer‟s
                       Liability Insurance with limits of not less than $1,000,000:
                       Employers Liability - Each Accident           $1,000,000
                       Employers Liability - Each Employee           $1,000,000
                       Employers Liability - Policy Limit            $1,000,000

                        Policies must include (a) Other States Endorsement to include TEXAS if
                        business is domiciled outside the State of Texas, and (b) a waiver of all
                        rights of subrogation and other rights in favor of University;

              4.19.1.2 Commercial General Liability Insurance with limits of not less than:
                       Each Occurrence Limit                             $1,000,000
                       Damage to Rented Premises                         $ 100,000
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                 Medical Expenses (any one person)                     $ 10,000
                 Personal & Advertising Injury                         $1,000,000
                 General Aggregate                                     $2,000,000
                 Products - Completed Operations Aggregate             $2,000,000

                 Policy will include independent contractor‟s liability, covering, but not
                 limited to, the liability assumed under the indemnification provision of
                 this contract, fully insuring Contractor‟s (or Subcontractor‟s) liability for
                 bodily injury (including death) and property damage.

       4.19.1.3 Business Auto Liability Insurance covering all owned, non-owned or
                hired automobiles, with limits of not less than $1,000,000 Combined
                Single Limit Bodily Injury and Property Damage;

       4.19.1.4 Professional Liability Insurance with limits of not less than $1,000,000
       per claim.

       4.19.1.5 Umbrella/Excess Liability Insurance with limits of not less than
       $2,000,000 per occurrence and aggregate with a deductible of no more than
       $10,000, and (i) providing coverage in excess of the coverages of, and (ii)
       “following form” subject to the same provisions as, the underlying policies
       required in Section 4.19.1.1 Employers Liability Insurance, Section 4.19.1.2
       Commercial General Liability Insurance, and Section 4.19.1.3 Commercial Auto
       Liability Insurance.

       4.19.1.6 Third Party Employee Crime Insurance to protect the assets and
       property of University with limits of not less than $1,000,000 per claim.
       Independent contractors insurance will be primary to any insurance carried by UT
       System or any of its Institutions.

       4.19.1.7 Director and Officer Liability Insurance with limits of not less than
                $1,000,000 on a claims-made basis;

       4.19.1.8 Builders Risk/Installation Floater. Coverage will be equal to the
       estimated completed project value on a form at least as broad as that provided
       by the ISO special causes of loss form. Coverage will include materials, fixtures,
       supplies, and machinery and equipment to be used in the construction; include
       property to be used in connection with the construction while stored at other
       locations, and on property intended for use in the construction while in transit.
       Builder‟s Risk will include full coverage for collapse, including collapse from
       design error. Project owner, contractors and subcontractors will be named as
       insureds under the policy. A waiver of subrogation between owner and
       contractor will apply to the extent that damage is covered by insurance.

4.19.2 Contractor will deliver to University:

       4.19.2.1 Evidence satisfactory to University in its sole discretion, evidencing the
                existence of all insurance after the execution and delivery of this
                Agreement and prior to the performance or continued performance of
                any services to be performed by Contractor under this Agreement.

       4.19.2.2 Additional evidence, satisfactory to University in its sole discretion, of
                the continued existence of all insurance not less than thirty (30) days
                prior to the expiration of any insurance. Insurance policies, with the
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                        exception of Workers‟ Compensation and Employer‟s Liability, will be
                        endorsed and name University as an Additional Insured. All policies will
                        be endorsed to provide a waiver of subrogation in favor of University.
                        All policies with the exception of Workers‟ Compensation and
                        Employer‟s Liability will be endorsed to provide primary and non-
                        contributory coverage. No policy will be canceled until after thirty (30)
                        days' unconditional written notice to University.

              4.19.2.3 Contractor will be responsible for providing to University immediate notice
                       of its receipt of a notice of cancellation, termination, material change, or
                       non-renewal relating to any insurance policy required herein. This
                       requirement may be satisfied by providing a copy of the notice received by
                       the Contractor to the University within two business days or by
                       endorsement of the policy to require notice to the University to be
                       provided by the insurer.

       4.19.3 The insurance policies required in this Agreement will be kept in force for the
              periods specified below:

              4.19.3.1 Commercial General Liability Insurance; Business Automobile Liability
                       Insurance; Professional Liability; Umbrella/Excess Liability Insurance;
                       Third Party Employee Crime Insurance; Builder‟s Risk/Installation
                       Floater, will be kept in force until receipt of Final Payment by University
                       to Contractor; and

              4.19.3.2 Workers' Compensation Insurance and Employer‟s Liability Insurance
                       will be kept in force until the Work has been fully performed and
                       accepted by University in writing.

4.20   Indemnification

       4.20.1 TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW , CONTRACTOR WILL AND DOES HEREBY
              AGREE TO INDEMNIFY, PROTECT, DEFEND WITH COUNSEL APPROVED BY UNIVERSITY,
              AND HOLD HARMLESS UNIVERSITY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM, AND
              THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATED ENTERPRISES, REGENTS, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS,
              ATTORNEYS, EMPLOYEES, REPRESENTATIVES AND AGENTS (COLLECTIVELY
              “INDEMNITEES”) FROM AND AGAINST ALL DAMAGES, LOSSES, LIENS, CAUSES OF
              ACTION, SUITS, JUDGMENTS, EXPENSES, AND OTHER CLAIMS OF ANY NATURE, KIND,
              OR DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEYS‟ FEES INCURRED IN
              INVESTIGATING, DEFENDING OR SETTLING ANY OF THE FOREGOING (COLLECTIVELY
              “CLAIMS”) BY ANY PERSON OR ENTITY, ARISING OUT OF, CAUSED BY, OR RESULTING
              FROM CONTRACTOR‟S PERFORMANCE UNDER OR BREACH OF THIS AGREEMENT AND
              THAT ARE CAUSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART BY ANY NEGLIGENT ACT, NEGLIGENT
              OMISSION OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OF CONTRACTOR, ANYONE DIRECTLY EMPLOYED
              BY CONTRACTOR OR ANYONE FOR WHOSE ACTS CONTRACTOR MAY BE LIABLE. THE
              PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION WILL NOT BE CONSTRUED TO ELIMINATE OR REDUCE
              ANY OTHER INDEMNIFICATION OR RIGHT WHICH ANY INDEMNITEE HAS BY LAW OR
              EQUITY. ALL PARTIES WILL BE ENTITLED TO BE REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL AT THEIR
              OWN EXPENSE.

       4.20.2 IN ADDITION, CONTRACTOR WILL AND DOES HEREBY AGREE TO INDEMNIFY, PROTECT,
              DEFEND WITH COUNSEL APPROVED BY UNIVERSITY, AND HOLD HARMLESS
              INDEMNITEES FROM AND AGAINST ALL CLAIMS ARISING FROM INFRINGEMENT OR
              ALLEGED INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT, COPYRIGHT, TRADEMARK OR OTHER
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              PROPRIETARY INTEREST ARISING BY OR OUT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF SERVICES OR
              THE PROVISION OF GOODS BY CONTRACTOR, OR THE USE BY INDEMNITEES, AT THE
              DIRECTION OF CONTRACTOR, OF ANY ARTICLE OR MATERIAL; PROVIDED, THAT, UPON
              BECOMING AWARE OF A SUIT OR THREAT OF SUIT FOR INFRINGEMENT, UNIVERSITY
              WILL PROMPTLY NOTIFY CONTRACTOR AND CONTRACTOR WILL BE GIVEN THE
              OPPORTUNITY TO NEGOTIATE A SETTLEMENT. IN THE EVENT OF LITIGATION,
              UNIVERSITY AGREES TO REASONABLY COOPERATE WITH CONTRACTOR. ALL PARTIES
              WILL BE ENTITLED TO BE REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL AT THEIR OWN EXPENSE.

4.21   Ethics Matters; No Financial Interest

       Contractor and its employees, agents, representatives and subcontractors have read
       and understand University‟s Conflicts of Interest Policy available at
       http://www.utsystem.edu/policy/policies/int160.html, University‟s Standards of Conduct
       Guide available at http://www.utsystem.edu/systemcompliance/, and applicable state
       ethics laws and rules available at www.utsystem.edu/ogc/ethics. Neither Contractor nor
       its employees, agents, representatives or subcontractors will assist or cause University
       employees to violate University‟s Conflicts of Interest Policy, provisions described by
       University‟s Standards of Conduct Guide, or applicable state ethics laws or rules.
       Contractor represents and warrants that no member of the Board has a direct or indirect
       financial interest in the transaction that is the subject of this Agreement.

4.22   Undocumented Workers.

       The Immigration and Nationality Act (8 United States Code 1324a) (“Immigration Act”)
       makes it unlawful for an employer to hire or continue employment of undocumented
       workers. The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service has
       established the Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification Form (“I-9 Form”) as the
       document to be used for employment eligibility verification (8 Code of Federal
       Regulations 274a). Among other things, Contractor is required to: (1) have all employees
       complete and sign the I-9 Form certifying that they are eligible for employment; (2)
       examine verification documents required by the I-9 Form to be presented by the
       employee and ensure the documents appear to be genuine and related to the individual;
       (3) record information about the documents on the I-9 Form, and complete the
       certification portion of the I-9 Form; and (4) retain the I-9 Form as required by law. It is
       illegal to discriminate against any individual (other than a citizen of another country who
       is not authorized to work in the United States) in hiring, discharging, or recruiting
       because of that individual's national origin or citizenship status. If Contractor employs
       unauthorized workers during performance of this Agreement in violation of the
       Immigration Act then, in addition to other remedies or penalties prescribed by law,
       University may terminate this Agreement in accordance with Section 4.30. Contractor
       represents and warrants that it is in compliance with and agrees that it will remain in
       compliance with the provisions of the Immigration Act.

4.23   Force Majeure.

       Neither party hereto will be liable or responsible to the other for any loss or damage or for
       any delays or failure to perform due to causes beyond its reasonable control including acts
       of God, strikes, epidemics, war, riots, flood, fire, sabotage, or any other circumstances of
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       This Agreement supersedes all prior agreements, written or oral, between Contractor and
       University and will constitute the entire agreement and understanding between the parties
       with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. This Agreement and each of its
       provisions will be binding upon the parties and may not be waived, modified, amended or
       altered except by a writing signed by both University and Contractor.

4.25   Captions

       The captions of sections and subsections in this Agreement are for convenience only and
       will not be considered or referred to in resolving questions of interpretation or construction.

4.26   Waivers

        No delay or omission in exercising any right accruing upon a default in performance of this
       Agreement will impair any right or be construed to be a waiver of any right. A waiver of any
       default under this Agreement will not be construed to be a waiver of any subsequent default
       under this Agreement.

4.27   Ownership and Use of Work Material

       4.27.1 All drawings, specifications, plans, computations, sketches, data, photographs,
              tapes, renderings, models, publications, statements, accounts, reports, studies, and
              other materials prepared by Contractor or any subcontractors in connection with the
              Services (collectively, "Work Material"), whether or not accepted or rejected by
              University, are the sole property of University and for its exclusive use and re-use at
              any time without further compensation and without any restrictions.

       4.27.2 Contractor grants and assigns to University all rights and claims of whatever nature
              and whether now or hereafter arising in and to the Work Material and will cooperate
              fully with University in any steps University may take to obtain or enforce patent,
              copyright, trademark or like protections with respect to the Work Material.

       4.27.3 Contractor will deliver all Work Material to University upon expiration or termination
              of this Agreement. University will have the right to use the Work Material for the
              completion of the Services or otherwise. University may, at all times, retain the
              originals of the Work Material. The Work Material will not to be used by any person
              other than University on other projects unless expressly authorized by University in
              writing.

       4.27.4 The Work Material will not be used or published by Contractor or any other party
              unless expressly authorized by University in writing. Contractor will treat all Work
              Material as confidential.

       4.27.5 All title and interest in the Work Material will vest in University and will be deemed to
              be a work made for hire and made in the course of the Services rendered under this
              Agreement. To the extent that title to any Work Material may not, by operation of
              law, vest in University or Work Material may not be considered works made for hire,
              Contractor hereby irrevocably assigns, conveys and transfers to University and its
              successors, licensees and assigns, all rights, title and interest worldwide in and to
              the Work Material and all proprietary rights therein, including all copyrights,
              trademarks, service marks, patents, trade secrets, moral rights, all contract and
              licensing rights and all claims and causes of action with respect to any of the
              foregoing, whether now known or hereafter to become known. In the event
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              Contractor has any rights in the Work Material which cannot be assigned,
              Contractor agrees to waive enforcement worldwide of the rights against University,
              its successors, licensees, assigns, distributors and customers or, if necessary, to
              exclusively license the rights, worldwide to University with the right to sublicense.
              These rights are assignable by University.

4.28   Confidentiality and Safeguarding of University Records; Press Releases; Public
       Information

       Under this Agreement, Contractor may (1) create, (2) receive from or on behalf of
       University, or (3) have access to, records or record systems (collectively, “University
       Records”). Among other things, University Records may contain social security
       numbers, credit card numbers, or data protected or made confidential or sensitive by
       applicable federal, state and local, laws, regulations, and ordinances, including the
       Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (Public Law No: 106-102) and the Family Educational Rights
       and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C. §1232g (“FERPA”). If University Records are subject to
       FERPA, (1) University designates Contractor as a University official with a legitimate
       educational interest in University Records, and (2) Contractor acknowledges that its
       improper disclosure or redisclosure of personally identifiable information from University
       Records will result in Contractor‟s exclusion from eligibility to contract with University for
       at least five (5) years. Contractor represents, warrants, and agrees that it will: (1) hold
       University Records in strict confidence and will not use or disclose University Records
       except as (a) permitted or required by this Agreement, (b) required by law, or (c)
       otherwise authorized by University in writing; (2) safeguard University Records according
       to reasonable administrative, physical and technical standards (such as standards
       established by (i) the National Institute of Standards and Technology and (ii) the Center
       for Internet Security, as well as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) that
       are no less rigorous than the standards by which Contractor protects its own confidential
       information; (3) continually monitor its operations and take any action necessary to
       assure that University Records are safeguarded and the confidentiality of University
       Records is maintained in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local, laws,
       regulations, and ordinances, including FERPA and the Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, and the
       terms of this Agreement; and (4) comply with the University‟s rules, policies, and
       procedures regarding access to and use of University‟s computer systems. At the
       request of University, Contractor agrees to provide University with a written summary of
       the procedures Contractor uses to safeguard and maintain the confidentiality of
       University Records.

       4.28.1 Notice of Impermissible Use. If an impermissible use or disclosure of any
              University Records occurs, Contractor will provide written notice to University
              within one (1) business day after Contractor‟s discovery of that use or disclosure.
              Contractor will promptly provide University with all information requested by
              University regarding the impermissible use or disclosure.

       4.28.2 Return of University Records. Contractor agrees that within thirty (30) days
              after the expiration or termination of this Agreement, for any reason, all University
              Records created or received from or on behalf of University will be (1) returned to
              University, with no copies retained by Contractor; or (2) if return is not feasible,
              destroyed. Twenty (20) days before destruction of any University Records,
              Contractor will provide University with written notice of Contractor‟s intent to
              destroy University Records. Within five (5) days after destruction, Contractor will
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       4.28.3 Disclosure. If Contractor discloses any University Records to a subcontractor or
              agent, Contractor will require the subcontractor or agent to comply with the same
              restrictions and obligations as are imposed on Contractor by this Section.

       4.28.4 Press Releases. Except when defined as part of the Services, Contractor will not
              make any press releases, public statements, or advertisement referring to the
              Project or the engagement of Contractor as an independent contractor of
              University in connection with the Project, or release any information relative to
              the Project for publication, advertisement or any other purpose without the prior
              written approval of University.

       4.28.5 Public Information. University strictly adheres to all statutes, court decisions
              and the opinions of the Texas Attorney General with respect to disclosure of
              public information under the Texas Public Information Act, Chapter 552,
              Government Code.

       4.28.6 Termination. In addition to any other termination rights set forth in this
              Agreement and any other rights at law or equity, if University reasonably
              determines that Contractor has breached any of the restrictions or obligations set
              forth in this Section, University may immediately terminate this Agreement
              without notice or opportunity to cure.

       4.28.7 Duration. The restrictions and obligations under this Section will survive
              expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason.

4.29   Default and Termination

       4.29.1 In the event of a material failure by a party to this Agreement to perform in
              accordance with the terms of this Agreement (“default”), the other party may
              terminate this Agreement upon fifteen (15) days‟ written notice of termination setting
              forth the nature of the material failure; provided, that, the material failure is through
              no fault of the terminating party. The termination will not be effective if the material
              failure is fully cured prior to the end of the fifteen-day period.

       4.29.2 University may, without cause, terminate this Agreement at any time upon giving
              seven (7) days' advance written notice to Contractor. Upon termination pursuant to
              this Section, Contractor will be entitled to payment of an amount that will
              compensate Contractor for the Services satisfactorily performed from the time of the
              last payment date to the termination date in accordance with this Agreement;
              provided, that, Contractor has delivered all Work Material to University.
              Notwithstanding any provision in this Agreement to the contrary, University will not
              be required to pay or reimburse Contractor for any services performed or for
              expenses incurred by Contractor after the date of the termination notice that could
              have been avoided or mitigated by Contractor.

       4.29.3 Termination under Sections 4.30.1 or 4.30.2 will not relieve Contractor from liability
              for any default or breach under this Agreement or any other act or omission of
              Contractor.

       4.29.4 If Contractor fails to cure any default within fifteen (15) days after receiving written
              notice of the default, University will be entitled (but will not be obligated) to cure the
              default and will have the right to offset against all amounts due to Contractor under
              this Agreement, any and all reasonable expenses incurred in connection with
              University‟s curative actions.
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       4.29.5 In the event that this Agreement is terminated, then within thirty (30) days after
              termination, Contractor will reimburse University for all fees paid by University to
              Contractor that were (a) not earned by Contractor prior to termination, or (b) for
              goods or services that University did not receive from Contractor prior to
              termination.

4.30   Binding Effect

       This Agreement will be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties hereto and their
       respective permitted assigns and successors.

4.31   Severability

       In case any provision of this Agreement will, for any reason, be held invalid or
       unenforceable in any respect, the invalidity or unenforceability will not affect any other
       provision of this Agreement, and this Agreement will be construed as if the invalid or
       unenforceable provision had not been included.

4.32   Limitation of Liability

       EXCEPT FOR UNIVERSITY‟S OBLIGATION (IF ANY) TO PAY CONTRACTOR CERTAIN FEES AND
       EXPENSES UNIVERSITY WILL HAVE NO LIABILITY TO CONTRACTOR OR TO ANYONE CLAIMING
       THROUGH OR UNDER CONTRACTOR BY REASON OF THE EXECUTION OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS
       AGREEMENT. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY DUTY OR OBLIGATION OF UNIVERSITY TO CONTRACTOR
       OR TO ANYONE CLAIMING THROUGH OR UNDER CONTRACTOR, NO PRESENT OR FUTURE
       AFFILIATED ENTERPRISE, SUBCONTRACTOR, AGENT, OFFICER, DIRECTOR, EMPLOYEE,
       REPRESENTATIVE, ATTORNEY OR REGENT OF UNIVERSITY, OR THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
       SYSTEM, OR ANYONE CLAIMING UNDER UNIVERSITY HAS OR WILL HAVE ANY PERSONAL LIABILITY
       TO CONTRACTOR OR TO ANYONE CLAIMING THROUGH OR UNDER CONTRACTOR BY REASON OF
       THE EXECUTION OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS AGREEMENT.

4.33   Assignment and Subcontracting

       Except as specifically provided in Appendix 3, Historically Underutilized Business
       Subcontracting Plan, attached and incorporated for all purposes, Contractor's interest in
       this Agreement (including Contractor‟s duties and obligations under this Agreement, and
       the fees due to Contractor under this Agreement) may not be subcontracted, assigned,
       delegated, or otherwise transferred to a third party, in whole or in part, and any attempt to
       do so will (a) not be binding on University; and (b) be a breach of this Agreement for which
       Contractor will be subject to all remedial actions provided by Texas law, including Chapter
       2161, Government Code, and 34 Texas Administrative Code (“TAC”) Sections 20.101
       through 20.108. The benefits and burdens of this Agreement are assignable by University.




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4.34   Historically Underutilized Business Subcontracting Plan

       Contractor agrees to use good faith efforts to subcontract the Services in accordance with
       the Historically Underutilized Business Subcontracting Plan (“HSP”) (ref. Appendix 3 ).
       Contractor agrees to maintain business records documenting its compliance with the HSP
       and to submit a monthly compliance report to University in the format required by Texas
       Procurement and Support Services Division of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
       or any successor agency (collectively, “TPSS”). Submission of compliance reports will be
       required as a condition for payment under this Agreement. If University determines that
       Contractor has failed to subcontract as set out in the HSP, University will notify Contractor
       of any deficiencies and give Contractor an opportunity to submit documentation and explain
       why the failure to comply with the HSP should not be attributed to a lack of good faith effort
       by Contractor. If University determines that Contractor failed to implement the HSP in good
       faith, University, in addition to any other remedies, may report nonperformance to the TPSS
       in accordance with 34 TAC Sections 20.101 through 20.108. University may also revoke
       this Agreement for breach and make a claim against Contractor.

       4.34.1 Changes to the HSP. If at any time during the term of this Agreement, Contractor
              desires to change the HSP, before the proposed changes become effective (a)
              Contractor must comply with 34 TAC Section 20.14; (b) the changes must be
              reviewed and approved by University; and (c) if University approves changes to the
              HSP, this Agreement must be amended in accordance with Section 4.21 to replace
              the HSP with the revised subcontracting plan.

       4.34.2 Expansion of the Services. If University expands the scope of the Services
              through a change order or any other amendment, University will determine if the
              additional Services contains probable subcontracting opportunities not identified in
              the initial solicitation for the Services. If University determines additional probable
              subcontracting opportunities exist, Contractor will submit an amended
              subcontracting plan covering those opportunities. The amended subcontracting
              plan must comply with the provisions of 34 TAC Section 20.14 before (a) this
              Agreement may be amended to include the additional Services; or (b) Contractor
              may perform the additional Services. If Contractor subcontracts any of the
              additional subcontracting opportunities identified by University without prior
              authorization and without complying with 34 TAC Section 20.14, Contractor will be
              deemed to be in breach of this Agreement under Section 4.30 and will be subject
              to any remedial actions provided by Texas law including Chapter 2161,
              Government Code and 34 TAC Section 20.14. University may report
              nonperformance under this Agreement to the TPSS in accordance with 34 TAC
              Sections 20.101 through 20.108.




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4.35   Responsibility for Individuals Performing Services; Criminal Background Checks.

       Each individual who is assigned to perform the Services under this Agreement will be an
       employee of Contractor or an employee of a subcontractor engaged by Contractor.
       Contractor is responsible for the performance of all individuals performing the Services
       under this Agreement. Prior to commencing the Services, Contractor will (1) provide
       University with a list ("List") of all individuals who may be assigned to perform the
       Services, and (2) have an appropriate criminal background screening performed on all
       the individuals. Contractor will determine on a case-by-case basis whether each
       individual assigned to perform the Services is qualified to provide the services.
       Contractor will not knowingly assign any individual to provide services on University‟s
       campus who has a history of criminal conduct unacceptable for a university campus or
       healthcare center, including violent or sexual offenses. Contractor will update the List
       each time there is a change in the individuals assigned to perform the Services.

       Prior to commencing performance of the Services under this Agreement, Contractor will
       provide University a letter signed by an authorized representative of Contractor certifying
       compliance with this Section. Contractor will provide University an updated certification
       letter each time there is a change in the individuals assigned to perform the Services.

4.36   Limitations

       THE PARTIES ARE AWARE THAT THERE ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY LIMITATIONS
       ON THE AUTHORITY OF UNIVERSITY (A STATE AGENCY) TO ENTER INTO CERTAIN TERMS AND
       CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE A PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, INCLUDING THOSE TERMS AND
       CONDITIONS RELATING TO LIENS ON UNIVERSITY‟S PROPERTY; DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS
       OF WARRANTIES; DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES; WAIVERS,
       DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS OF LEGAL RIGHTS, REMEDIES, REQUIREMENTS AND
       PROCESSES; LIMITATIONS OF PERIODS TO BRING LEGAL ACTION; GRANTING CONTROL OF
       LITIGATION OR SETTLEMENT TO ANOTHER PARTY; LIABILITY FOR ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF THIRD
       PARTIES; PAYMENT OF ATTORNEYS‟ FEES; DISPUTE RESOLUTION; INDEMNITIES; AND
       CONFIDENTIALITY (COLLECTIVELY, THE “LIMITATIONS”), AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS
       RELATED TO THE LIMITATIONS WILL NOT BE BINDING ON UNIVERSITY EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
       AUTHORIZED BY THE LAWS AND CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF TEXAS.

4.37   Survival of Provisions

       No expiration or termination of this Agreement will relieve either party of any obligations
       under this Agreement that by their nature survive such expiration or termination.

4.38 Relationship of the Parties

       For all purposes of this Agreement and notwithstanding any provision of this Agreement to
       the contrary, Contractor is an independent contractor and is not a state employee, partner,
       joint venturer, or agent of University. Contractor will not bind nor attempt to bind University
       to any agreement or contract. As an independent contractor, Contractor is solely
       responsible for all taxes, withholdings, and other statutory or contractual obligations of any
       sort, including workers‟ compensation insurance.

4.39   Certifications of Nonsegregated Facilities and Equal Employment Opportunities
       Compliance

       Contractor certifies that, except for restrooms and wash rooms and one (1) or more
       lactation rooms each of which is segregated on the basis of sex: (1) it does not maintain
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       or provide for its employees any segregated facilities at any of its establishments and
       that it does not permit its employees to perform their services at any location under its
       control where segregated facilities are maintained; (2) it will not maintain or provide for
       its employees any segregated facilities at any of its establishments; and (3) it will not
       permit its employees to perform their services at any location under its control where
       segregated facilities are maintained. A breach of this certification is a violation of the
       Equal Opportunity clause. The term "segregated facilities" means any waiting rooms,
       work areas, rest rooms and wash rooms, entertainment areas, and transportation or
       housing facilities provided for employees which are segregated by explicit directive or
       are in fact segregated on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin,
       because of habit, local custom, or otherwise. Contractor further agrees that, except
       where it has contracts prior to the award with subcontractors exceeding $10,000.00
       which are not exempt from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity clause, Contractor
       will retain the certifications for each one of its subcontractors in Contractor‟s files, and
       that it will forward the following notice to all proposed subcontractors (except where the
       proposed subcontractors have submitted identical certifications for specific time periods):

       NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE SUBCONTRACTORS OF REQUIREMENTS FOR
       CERTIFICATIONS OF NONSEGREGATED FACILITIES - A Certification on
       Nonsegregated Facilities must be submitted prior to the award of any subcontract
       exceeding $10,000.00 which is not exempt from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity
       clause. The certification may be submitted either for each subcontract or for all
       subcontracts during a period (i.e. quarterly, semiannually, or annually).

       Contractor understands that the penalty for making false statements regarding the
       subject matters of this Section is prescribed in 18 U.S.C. 1001.

4.40   Debarment

       Contractor confirms that neither Contractor nor its Principals are suspended, debarred,
       proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from the award of
       contracts from United States (“U.S.”) federal government procurement or
       nonprocurement programs, or are listed in the List of Parties Excluded from Federal
       Procurement or Nonprocurement Programs (http://www.epls.gov/) issued by the U.S.
       General Services Administration. “Principals” means officers, directors, owners,
       partners, and persons having primary management or supervisory responsibilities within
       a business entity (e.g. general manager, plant manager, head of a subsidiary, division or
       business segment, and similar positions). Contractor will provide immediate written
       notification to University if, at any time prior to award, Contractor learns that this
       certification was erroneous when submitted or has become erroneous by reason of
       changed circumstances. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which
       reliance will be placed when University executes this Agreement. If it is later determined
       that Contractor knowingly rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to the other
       remedies available to University, University may terminate this Agreement for default by
       Contractor.

4.41   Office of Inspector General Certification

       Contractor acknowledges that University is prohibited by federal regulations from
       allowing any employee, representative, agent or subcontractor of Contractor to work on
       site at University‟s premises or facilities if that individual is not eligible to work on federal
       healthcare programs including Medicare, Medicaid, or other similar federal programs.
       Therefore, Contractor will not assign any employee, representative, agent or
       subcontractor that appears on the List of Excluded Individuals issued by the United
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       States Office of the Inspector General ("OIG") to work on site at University‟s premises or
       facilities. Contractor will perform an OIG sanctions check quarterly on each of its
       employees, representatives, agents, and subcontractors during the time the employees,
       representatives, agents, or subcontractors are assigned to work on site at University‟s
       premises or facilities. Contractor acknowledges that University will require immediate
       removal of any employee, representative, agent, or subcontractor of Contractor assigned
       to work at University„s premises or facilities if the employee, representative, agent, or
       subcontractor is found to be on the OIG's List of Excluded Individuals. The OIG's List of
       Excluded Individuals may be accessed through the following Internet website:
       http://www.oig.hhs.gov/fraud/exclusions/exclusions_list.asp

4.42   Access to Documents

       To the extent applicable to this Agreement, in accordance with Section 1861(v)(I)(i) of
       the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1395x) as amended, and the provisions of 42 CFR
       Section 420.300, et seq., Contractor will allow, during and for a period of not less than
       four (4) years after the expiration or termination of this Agreement, access to this
       Agreement and its books, documents, and records; and contracts between Contractor
       and its subcontractors or related organizations, including books, documents and records
       relating to same, by the Comptroller General of the United States, the U.S. Department
       of Health and Human Services and their duly authorized representatives.




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                                          SECTION 5

                     SPECIFICATIONS AND ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS

5.1   General

      The minimum requirements and the specifications for the Services, as well as certain
      requests for information to be provided by Proposer as part of its proposal, are set forth
      below. As indicated in Section 2.3 of this RFP, the successful Proposer is referred to as
      the “Contractor.”

5.2   Each Proposal must include information that clearly indicates that Proposer meets each
      of the following minimum qualification requirements:

      5.2.1   Availability to Undertake the Project: Provide a cover letter outlining interest in
              the project and general firm background. Mention any awards received for
              custodial services.
                   The University of Texas may require your services for potential
                      “Emergency” situations (i.e. water leak) or other events (i.e. NCAA
                      events). Explain in detail how you will be able to manage the situation.
                   Scheduling: Explain in detail how you will organize your staff to
                      accommodate our custodial needs. Please provide a staff organizational
                      chart.
                   Work Force: Are the employees of your work force company employees,
                      franchise employees, or sub-contractors? Explain in detail.
                   Game Day Staff: Are you able to provide the adequate amount of staff for
                      game days, specifically football? Explain in detail.

      5.2.2   Ability to Provide Service
                   Locker Rooms: Explain in detail your experience cleaning athletic locker
                       rooms.
                   Terminal Cleaning: Locker, weight, and training rooms require special
                       disinfectants and applications to insure cleanliness. Explain in detail your
                       method of terminal cleaning. Include a list of chemicals used.
                   Outdoor Athletic Facility Experience: Explain in detail the experience
                       your company has cleaning outdoor athletic facilities.
                   Large Facility Experience: Explain in detail the experience your company
                       has cleaning large facilities i.e. hospitals, athletic facilities

      5.2.3   Provide the following information about the firm:
                  Legal name of the company
                  Address of the office that will be providing services
                  Number of years in business
                  In-house capabilities (work self-performed)
                  Out-of-house capabilities (for work not self-performed)
                  Number of employees by skill group
                  Material Safety Data: If awarded a contract, can your company provide
                     full Materials Safety Data Sheets (M.S.D.S.) for all chemical used at The
                     University of Texas?
                  Reason to Award Contract to your Company: Explain in detail why The
                     University of Texas should award a contract to your company.
                  Sponsorship History: Does your company have any history of
                     participating in sponsorship opportunities? If so, please provide details.
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      5.2.4   Ability to Provide Competent Personnel
                   Training: Explain in detail your training program for each of the following
                       areas: restrooms, locker rooms, offices, stadium suites
                   Safety Training: Explain in detail the “safety training” your company
                       provides
                                  Background Check: Explain in detail if and how your company
                       performs “Background Checks” on all employees/workers that will be on
                       The University of Texas campus and also if these checks are conducted
                       by your company or a 3rd party company
                   Drug Pre-Screen: Explain if and how your company performs “Drug Pre-
                       screening” on all employees/workers that will be on The University of
                       Texas campus and also if these checks are conducted by your company
                       or a 3rd party company
                   Supervisors: Explain if and how your company provides trained and
                       qualified supervisors for each and every area it provides services to at
                       The University of Texas. Supervisors must be able to communicate
                       effectively and directly with both custodial employees/staff and Athletics
                       staff.
                   Weekly communication: Required weekly business review between
                       Contractor Account Manager and Athletics Facility
                       Management/Operations

      5.2.5   Performance of Services Similar in Size and Scope
              List up to five customers to which you have provided services that are similar to
              the project described in this RFP (e.g. other NCAA Schools or Medical
              Institutions). List customers in order of priority with the most relevant listed first.
              Provide the following information for each customer listed:
                   Customer name, location, and description
                   Monthly Cost of Service
                   Monthly size in gross square feet of service area
                   References: For each of the customers listed, provide name, title, address,
                       and phone number of the facility manager during duration of service. In
                       addition to client contact information, please provide two letters of
                       reference, if possible.

5.3   Additional Questions Specific to this RFP

      Proposer must submit the following information as part of Proposer‟s proposal:

      5.3.1   Waste Disposal: Explain in detail your waste disposal program.
      5.3.2   Recycling: Explain in detail your recycling program.
      5.3.3   Green: Explain in detail your company‟s green program.
      5.3.4   Cleaning Chemicals: Explain in detail your company‟s usage and disposal of
              “Green Seal Certified Chemicals.”
      5.3.5   Bio-Hazardous Waste Disposal: EMS Stations and Training Rooms will both
              contain bio-hazardous waste. Explain in detail your company‟s method of
              disposal for bio-hazardous waste.
      5.3.6   Storage: Assuming no storage closet is available, explain in detail how your
              company intends to provide equipment and supplies to the required location.
      5.3.7   Cleaning Supplies Currently Provided: Would your company be interested in
              providing a competitive price list for the cleaning supplies listed on page 33? If
              so, please provide pricing.
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       5.3.8   Sponsorship: Would your company be interested in subsidizing custodial costs
               through sponsorship opportunities at UT Athletics sporting events? If so, please
               provide details.
       5.3.9   Provide other products or services details that your company offers that were not
               included in this Request for Proposal.

5.4    Scope of Work

General Custodial Cleaning Specifications
The following information provides details describing the requirements of the routine custodial
cleaning portion of Bid.

General Specifications
Daily facility cleaning services are required to provide clean and comfortable facilities for our
coaches and staff, guests, and student athletes while supporting campus initiatives to protect
and conserve environmental resources. “Daily” is defined as Monday through Friday. The
contractor will determine how much labor is needed to perform the tasks, what methods will be
used to complete the job and which supplies, materials and equipment are needed.

Physical Plant Refuse and Recycling currently accepts the following recyclable materials:
Aluminum cans, plastic #1 through #7, white paper, mixed paper, and newspaper. While
Athletics has many recycling containers throughout the department, the custodial vendor will be
responsible for collecting the contents and making them accessible to Physical Plant Refuse
and Recycling for transport. Physical Plant Refuse and Recycling can be reached at 512/471-
8438 or sustainability@athletics.utexas.edufor additional information.

The contractor should support the University‟s initiatives to use “green” cleaning products and
materials wherever and whenever possible. Some of the products the University‟s custodial
department currently uses include phosphate-free glass cleaner without dye or fragrance, a
natural citric acid restroom cleaner, and a bio-renewable multipurpose cleaner.

Athletics will supply paper towels, toilet paper, trash can liners, trash bags, and foaming hand
soap. Contractor will be responsible for equipment and cleaning chemicals. Any deviation from
this plan should be explained in your RFP response. Storage space for equipment, chemicals
and supplies is limited, but Athletics is attempting to free up as much space as possible for this
purpose. Storage areas will be shown during the walkthrough.

Parking permits are required for all vehicles parking on The University of Texas campus 24
hours a day 7 days a week. It will be the responsibility of the contractor to obtain the appropriate
parking permits for the vehicles brought on campus. Parking is very limited on game day. The
contractor will also be responsible for any parking violations that may occur while on campus.
For additional information, please reference the Parking and Transportation Services @
512/471-7275 or parking@www.utexas.edu.

All contractor employees/staff will be dressed in clean, appropriate uniform. The contractor will
ensure that its employees wear proper, safe, and appropriate footwear. Identification badges will
be worn by employees at all times while on campus. The contractor will bear the cost of the
uniforms and badges. All contractor employees performing daily custodial duties will require a
University of Texas ID card. UT ID card is required to access many athletics buildings. Also it
will be the responsibility of the contractor to obtain keys from UT Locks and Key Services.

Unless otherwise indicated, cleaning should occur according to the outlined schedule per
Athletic facility. We also request staffing during regular business hours and Holidays subject to
special events to handle cleaning needs that arise during that time. The first official day on
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campus is to be Monday August 22, 2011, which is necessary to clean STD, RMRZ, and BEL
areas prior to the Lake Travis vs. Westlake high school football game scheduled for Saturday
August 27, 2011 and prepare for the Texas vs. Rice football game scheduled for Saturday
September 3, 2011. Only game day related work will be done prior to September 1, 2011.
Cleaning schedules are subject to change during periods of construction, Holidays, and in-
season and out-of-season workouts.

Contractor‟s employees/staff will respect the privacy of the Athletics staff, athletes, and other
dignitaries by not asking for autographs, pictures, apparel, etc.    Athletics requires that male
staff will clean men’s locker rooms/restrooms while female staff will clean women’s
locker rooms/restrooms.

JANITORIAL BID SCOPE OF WORK FOR ALL GENERAL CLEANING:

Daily or Weekly:
In all office space designated as daily or weekly cleaned spaces: sweep, mop and sanitize tile
and hardwood floors. Fully vacuum mats and carpets from wall to wall. Spot clean carpets as
needed. Dust, clean and sanitize all open areas: furniture, fixtures, equipment and other low
reach areas including the removal of cobwebs. Spot clean all walls, light switches,
doors/frames, baseboards, air vents, ledges and moldings. Remove trash, clean trash cans and
replace trash can liners. Clean interior side of windows as needed.

Floor Maintenance
       General Floor Maintenance includes all carpeted and non-carpeted areas, stairs,
       stairwells, and foyers to entrances. For all operations where furniture must be moved, no
       chairs, wastepaper baskets or other similar items shall be stacked on desks, tables or
       window sills. Upon completion of work, all furniture and equipment must be returned to
       its original position. All tools and equipment shall be maintained in clean condition at all
       times and neatly stored in the assigned storage areas. Baseboards, walls, furniture and
       equipment shall in no way be splashed, disfigured or damaged during these operations.
       Proper precautions must be taken to advise building occupants of wet and/or slippery
       floor conditions; this applies during inclement weather as well as during cleaning
       operations. All waxed surfaces must be maintained so as to provide safe anti-slip
       walking conditions.

       Vacuuming of Carpets:
       After vacuuming operations, carpeted areas shall be free of dust and debris; no
       dirt/trash shall be left in corners, under furniture or behind doors. Vacuuming equipment
       shall be the type which “agitates” the carpet in some manner to aid in the extraction of
       dust/dirt from the carpet.

       Sweeping and Damp Mopping: After sweeping and damp mopping operations, all floors
       shall be clean and free of dirt streaks; no dirt shall be left in corners, under furniture,
       behind doors, on stair landings, and treads. Likewise entrances, and other assigned
       areas shall be swept clean of all dirt and trash. No dirt shall be left where sweepings
       were picked up. There shall be no dirt, trash or foreign matter under desks, tables, or
       chairs. Damp mopping does not include the use of cleaning material. Only “clean water”
       is to be used.

       Wet Mopping and Scrubbing:
        The floors shall be properly prepared and thoroughly swept to remove visible dirt and
       debris; removal of wads of gum, tar and similar substances from the floor surface is
       required. Upon completion of the mopping and scrubbing, the floors shall be clean and
       free of dirt, water streaks, mop marks, string, etc.; properly rinsed and dry-mopped to
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       present an overall appearance of cleanliness. Wet mopping operations include the use
       of a cleaning material. All surfaces shall be dry and corners and cracks clean after
       mopping or scrubbing. When scrubbing is designated, it shall be performed by machine
       or by hand with a brush. All waste water must be disposed of via sanitary drains.

       Floor Finishing:
        The job of floor finishing includes the cleaning and applying of finish to wood, rubber,
       vinyl, tile, and linoleum floor surfaces. Clean/Sweep floors thoroughly; Remove all gum
       and adhesive materials. Care shall be exercised so that baseboards, walls, and furniture
       shall not be splashed or marred. Cleaning solution shall be taken up with a mop or water
       pickup and the floor rinsed twice with clean water to remove all traces of cleaning
       solution. Do not flood the floor with water; use only enough water as required for good
       rinsing. Floor shall be allowed to dry thoroughly after rinsing.

Terminal Cleaning
      Cleaning that meets medical facility industry standards (meets or exceeds infection
      control standards to control infectious diseases). This should include all hard surface
      decontamination, treatment tables, counter tops, exercise equipment, walls, floors,
      shower stalls, lockers (use appropriate cleaning solutions), etc.

Solid Waste Collection
       All waste generated in the buildings shall be collected and removed to designated areas.
       Waste receptacles shall be cleaned and free of residue. Liners shall not be torn or
       contain residue. Waste receptacles shall be cleaned as required to maintain sanitary
       conditions. Rooms used for the collection of solid waste shall be clean and present an
       overall appearance of cleanliness.

Restroom Cleaning
      In all restrooms, the contractor must clean mirrors, soap dispensers, shelves, wash
      basins, exposed plumbing, dispenser and disposal container exteriors using
      detergent/disinfectant, and water. Damp wipe all ledges, toilet stalls, and doors. Spot
      clean light switches, doors and walls. Clean toilet and urinals with detergent/disinfectant,
      beginning with seats and working downward. Pour one ounce of bowl cleaner into the
      urinal after cleaning and do not flush. Refill all soap, toilet tissue, and towel dispensers.

Specific facility cleaning requirements may vary by facility and are described in detail on the
following pages.




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    Custodial Supplies

    Listed below are supplies currently used within Athletic Department facilities. Please list the
    quantity per case as well as price per case for the comparable product that your company can
    provide. The EnMotion Roll Towels and Aero Blue Foaming Hand Soap are products that must
    not be altered as the proprietary dispenser for each has been installed within athletics facilities.


         Common Custodial Supplies Used by University of Texas Athletics Department
                    Item                Quantity /Case Price/Case              Notes
Trash Bags
30x36; 20-30 Gal, .50 mil
30x36; 20-30 Gal, .50 mil
24x32; 13 Gal, Black, .35 mil
24x32; 13 Gal, Clear, .35 mil
33x39; 33 Gal, Black, .70mil
33x39; 33 Gal, Clear, .70 mil
24x23; 10 Gal, Black, .35 mil
44x55; 56 Gal, Clear, 1.6 mil
44x55; 56 Gal, Gray, 1.6 mil

Paper Towels
EnMotion Roll Towels

Toilet Paper
Tork Jumbo Toilet Tissue, 2 Ply                                                    Use in MNC
Georgia Pacific TP (Large Core)                                                    Use in Cent. Room
Toilet Paper - 1-Ply                                                               Use in Common Areas
Toilet Paper - 2-Ply                                                               Use in Suites/Clubs

Foaming Hand Soap
Aero Blue Foaming Handsoap (DEB-57220)                                             Proprietary Dispenser




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                                 Building-Specific Details and Duties

Athletic Facilities Physical Address and Gross Square Footage to be include in bid package
                     Building                 Bld. Code         Address             Zip   Gross Sq. Ft.
Athletics Field Pavilion                         AFP    2336 N. IH 35              78722           865
L. Theo Belmont Hall                             BEL    2109 San Jacinto Blvd.     78712        48,776
Denton A. Cooley Pavilion                       DCP     1701 Red River             78701        35,501
UFCU-Disch Falk Field                            DFF    1300 E MLK                 78722        35,153
Gregory Gymnasium                               GRE     2101 Speedway              78712         3,009
B.M. "Mack" Rankin Jr. Longhorn Dining Hall      LDH    205 E. 21st St.            78705         6,370
Richard Mithoff Track and Soccer Field House    MFH     2011 Robert Dedman Dr. 78712            12,779
Mike A. Myers Track and Soccer Stadium          MMS     707 Clyde Littlefield Dr.  78712         5,553
Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Center                MNC     2015 San Jacinto Blvd.     78712        75,145
Red McCombs Red Zone                             NEZ    403 E. 23rd St.            78712      235,009
Texas Rowing Center                             ROW     300 Hearn St               78746         5,676
Red and Charline McCombs Field                   SBS    2001 Comal Street          78722         5,818
Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium           STD    2139 San Jacinto Blvd      78712        97,031
Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center         TSC    1900 Red River St.         78705         2,677
Penick-Allison Tennis Center                     TTC    1701 Trinity               78701         9,151
                                                        Total square feet to be cleaned       578,513

        CAD Drawings for each facility will be available in print at Pre Proposal Conference on
       June 8-9, 2011 (see page 7 for details). CAD Drawings must be returned with submission
                                                 of bid.




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                                 AFP: Athletics Field Pavilion

 OVERVIEW:
 The Athletics Field Pavilion is located at the corner of Dean Keeton and Red River, in the Frank
 Denius Fields. It is used for football and band practice as well as cheer camps and other teams‟
 practices throughout the year. Facility consists of three restrooms and a staff office.

 Prohibited cleaning times: Do not clean from 2:00-6:00pm any day during August-December
 and during the month of March. Contractor must be willing to adjust cleaning schedules
 periodically due to camp and practice schedules.

 Daily Cleaning Expectations:
     Clean both public restrooms
     Checking and filling paper and liquid dispensers in public restrooms
     Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
     Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors

 Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
    Clean staff restroom
    Clean staff office

       BLDG-FL-RM                             ROOM TYPE                         SQUARE FEET
AFP-01-1.202                    Public Restroom - Men                                      365
AFP-01-1.204                    Public Restroom - Women                                    366
AFP-01-1.206A                   Staff Office                                                70
AFP-01-1.206AA                  Office Restroom                                             64
                                Total AFP Square Feet                                      865




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                                 BEL: L. Theo Belmont Hall

OVERVIEW:
L. Theo Bellmont Hall is located on San Jacinto Boulevard, located within the west side of DKR-
Texas Memorial Stadium. Because it is occupied not only by UT Athletics but also by other
departments within the University, this scope of work will only describe that which concerns UT
Athletics.

BEL is used for daily UT Athletics‟ operations and football game days as well as various special
events throughout the year. Contractor will be responsible for cleaning areas on Levels 1, 5, 7,
8, 9, and 11 (all described in the attached excel square footage sheet.) These levels include
staff offices; restrooms; lounges; suites; a press box comprised of radio, television, photo,
scoreboard operations, coaches‟, instant replay, and statistics rooms; hospitality areas; and
EMS stations.

Prohibited cleaning times: Subject to change.

Daily Cleaning Expectations: Subject to change.

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Clean press box
   Clean staff offices and restrooms on Level 1
   Spot clean all carpets
   Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
   Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
   Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
   Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean EMS stations from August-November
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff all hard floors two (2) times per year – once in January and once in August
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
The Athletic areas of BEL are used for various reasons during a home football game and will
therefore all need to be cleaned in the week preceding a home football game. This will also
require a specific number of attendants on site per area during a home football game. These
expectations are listed separately on the “Football Game Day Operations” page.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
Certain Athletic areas of BEL are used throughout the year for special events. These are
scheduled periodically and will affect the hospitality areas, suites, lounges, and restrooms on
Levels 5, 8, and 9. These expectations are listed separately on the “Special Events Operations”
page.

      BLDG-FL-RM                              ROOM TYPE                      SQUARE FEET
 BEL-01-102                   Ticket Office                                            432
 BEL-01-102A                  Ticket Office                                            678
 BEL-01-102AA                 Ticket Office                                             76
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BEL-01-102AB   Ticket Office                               139
BEL-01-102B    Ticket Office                               112
BEL-01-102C    Ticket Office                               132
BEL-01-102D    Ticket Office                               313
BEL-01-102DA   Restroom                                     67
BEL-01-102DB   Restroom                                     98
BEL-01-102E    Ticket Office                                59
BEL-01-104     Ticket Office                               182
BEL-01-104A    Ticket Office                               199
BEL-01-134     Business Office                             359
BEL-01-134A    Business Office                             324
BEL-01-134B    Business Office                              77
BEL-01-134BA   Business Office                              53
BEL-01-134C    Restroom                                     25
BEL-01-134D    Restroom                                     25
BEL-01-134E    Business Office                             194
BEL-01-134F    Business Office                             119
BEL-01-134G    Business Office                             114
BEL-01-134H    Business Office                             127
BEL-01-134J    Business Office                              96
BEL-01-135     Business Office                             176
BEL-01-135A    Business Office                             174
BEL-05-528     Centennial Room Extension                 6,246
BEL-07-702     Public Restroom - Women                     531
BEL-07-708     Public Restroom - Men                       351
BEL-7- north   Unisex Restroom                              72
BEL-7- north   Unisex Restroom                              72
BEL-07-724     Public Restroom - Men                       351
BEL-07-730     Public Restroom - Women                     533
BEL-7- south   Unisex Restroom                              64
BEL-7- south   Unisex Restroom                              64
BEL-08-812     Suite Lounge                              1,122
BEL-08-812A    Suite                                       412
BEL-08-812AA   Suite Restroom                               43
BEL-08-812B    Suite                                       640
BEL-08-812BA   Suite Restroom                               50
BEL-08-812C    Suite                                       355
BEL-08-812CA   Suite Restroom                               51
BEL-08-812D    Suite                                       415
BEL-08-812DA   Suite Restroom                               39
BEL-08-812E    Suite                                       460
BEL-08-812EA   Suite Restroom                               49
BEL-08-812F    Suite                                       428
BEL-08-812FA   Suite Restroom                               49
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BEL-08-812G    Suite                                        398
BEL-08-812GA   Suite Restroom                                58
BEL-08-812J    Unisex Restroom                               47
BEL-08-812M    Suite                                        407
BEL-08-812MA   Suite Restroom                                43
BEL-08-812P    Suite                                        546
BEL-08-812PB   Suite Restroom                                30
BEL-08-840     Press Box Lounge                           3,799
BEL-08-840A    Visiting Athletic Director                   130
BEL-08-840B    Visiting Coaches                             113
BEL-08-840C    Spanish Radio                                 91
BEL-08-840D    Home Radio                                    92
BEL-08-840E    National TV                                  139
BEL-08-840F    Visiting Radio                                92
BEL-08-840G    Photo Deck                                   191
BEL-08-840H    National Radio                                91
BEL-08-840J    Instant Replay                                92
BEL-08-840K    Stats                                        114
BEL-08-840L    Home Coaches                                 154
BEL-08-840M    Scoreboard Ops                               233
BEL-08-840Q    Unisex Restroom                               61
BEL-08-840S    Stats                                         96
BEL-08-840T    Women Restroom                               102
BEL-08-840V    Men Restroom                                 126
BEL-08-862     Suite Lounge                               1,010
BEL-08-862B    Suite                                        640
BEL-08-862BA   Suite Restroom                                50
BEL-08-862C    Suite                                        355
BEL-08-862CA   Suite Restroom                                51
BEL-08-862D    Suite                                        413
BEL-08-862DA   Suite Restroom                                39
BEL-08-862E    Suite                                        460
BEL-08-862EA   Suite Restroom                                49
BEL-08-862F    Suite                                        428
BEL-08-862FA   Suite Restroom                                49
BEL-08-862G    Suite                                        381
BEL-08-862GA   Suite Restroom                                58
BEL-08-862J    Unisex Restroom                               47
BEL-08-862L    Suite Hallway                                 45
BEL-08-862M    Suite                                        395
BEL-08-862MA   Suite Restroom                                39
BEL-09-901     Centennial Room                           14,343
BEL-09-901A    Men Restroom                                 235
BEL-09-901C    Women Restroom                               338
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BEL-09-901H    Women Restroom                             336
BEL-09-901K    Men Restroom                               211
BEL-11-1104    Public Restroom - Women                  1,023
BEL-11-1108    Public Restroom - Men                    1,019
BEL-11-1118    EMS Station                                167
BEL-11-1118A   EMS Restroom                                43
BEL-11-1120    EMS Station                                457
BEL-11-1130    Public Restroom - Men                    1,080
BEL-11-1134    Public Restroom - Women                  1,023
               Total BEL Square Feet                   48,776




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                                DCP: Denton Cooley Pavilion

OVERVIEW:
Denton Cooley Pavilion is located on Red River, south of the Frank Erwin Center. It is used for
men‟s and women‟s basketball practices, a hospitality area during home men‟s and women‟s
basketball games as well as various special events throughout the year. Contractor will be
responsible for cleaning foyer, restrooms, training room, hydrotherapy room, locker rooms,
weight room, video room, lounges, equipment rooms, stairwells, elevators, multipurpose room,
men‟s and women‟s practice basketball courts, catering area, and staff offices.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean after 12:00pm (noon) any day of the week. May only
clean equipment rooms when a representative from that room‟s basketball staff is on site.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
    Spot clean all carpets
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean training room, hydrotherapy room, locker room, and weight room up to
      three (3) times per week
   Clean equipment rooms
   Sweep with dust mop all hardwood gym floors three (3) times per week
   Sweep and scrub walls and floors of stairwells
   Clean doors, floors, and walls of elevator
   Wipe down all handrails
   Dust and disinfect – blinds, all surfaces, cobwebs in corners, pictures, lockers, lights

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean public restrooms
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff all tile floors four (4) times per year
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
DCP hosts a Courtside Club in the multipurpose room during every men‟s and women‟s home
basketball game. This requires one (1) male and one (1) female attendant to be on site starting
three (3) hours prior to scheduled game time. Attendants will clean the multipurpose room,
including vacuuming the carpet, as well as spot clean the locker rooms, training room, and
weight room on level one (1). Attendants will remain in the multipurpose room until
approximately one (1) hour after scheduled tip-off and must get approval from building manager
to be dismissed.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
DCP is used periodically throughout the year for special events and basketball camps.




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     BLDG-FL-RM              ROOM TYPE           SQUARE FEET
DCP-01-1.700      Public Corridor                            2,010
DCP-01-1.710      Women Locker Room                            653
DCP-01-1.710A     Women Coaches' Lounge                        427
DCP-01-1.710AA    Coaches' Shower Locker Room                  107
DCP-01-1.710AB    Women Coaches' Toilet                         73
DCP-01-1.710AC    Women Coaches' Shower                         78
DCP-01-1.710B     Women Equipment Room                         472
DCP-01-1.710C     Women Player Toilet                          407
DCP-01-1.714      Women Player Lounge                          521
DCP-01-1.716      Training Room                                906
DCP-01-1.716A     Hydrotherapy Room                            312
DCP-01-1.716B     Trainer Office                               213
DCP-01-1.718      Video Room                                   300
DCP-01-1.720      Men Locker Room                              795
DCP-01-1.720A     Men Coaches' Lounge                          422
DCP-01-1.720AA    Men Coaches' Shower                          204
DCP-01-1.720AB    Men Coaches' Toilet                           15
DCP-01-1.720AC    Men Coaches' Toilet                           25
DCP-01-1.720B     Men Equipment Room                           474
DCP-01-1.720C     Men Player Shower/Toilet                     395
DCP-01-1.720D     Men Player Lounge                            496
DCP-01-1.724      Weight Room                                3,912
DCP-01-1.7S1      Stairway                                     172
DCP-01-1.7S2      Stairway                                     173
DCP-02-2.700      Public Corridor                              552
DCP-02-2.702      Multipurpose Room                          2,426
DCP-02-2.702A     Catering                                     172
DCP-02-2.702B     Office                                       106
DCP-02-2.706      Men Restroom                                 247
DCP-02-2.708      Women Restroom                               393
DCP-02-2.710      Women Gym                                  9,146
DCP-02-2.710A     Men Court                                  8,897
                  Total DCP Square Feet                     35,501




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                                 DFF: UFCU Disch-Falk Field

OVERVIEW:
UFCU Disch-Falk Field is located at the corner of Comal and Martin Luther King Boulevard. It is
used for home baseball practices, games, and camps throughout the year. Contractor will be
responsible for cleaning lobbies; hallway; restrooms; the player development area, umpire
lounge, press box, elevators, stairwells, EMS station, suites, ticket office, and staff offices.

Prohibited cleaning times: May only clean training and equipment rooms when baseball staff
is on site. May not be cleaned from 2:00-6:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
    Spot clean all carpets
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors
    Clean and disinfect water fountains
    Clean doors, floors, and walls of elevator
    Clean player development area - training room, locker rooms, exam room, weight room,
       multipurpose room, equipment room, video room, copy room, conference room, exhibits

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean training room, exam room, weight room, and home team locker room up
      to three (3) times per week
   Terminal clean visitor/official areas (during season)
   Terminal clean EMS station, including restroom, up to two (2) times per week (during
      season)
   Clean common area restrooms, suites, and press box
   Clean suites and press
   Clean doors, floors, and walls of elevator
   Wipe down all handrails
   Dust and disinfect – cobwebs, all surfaces, pictures, lights

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year
    Wax and buff all hard floors four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
DFF hosts approximately 35 regular season home games each season with the potential for
approximately 10 post season home games. This requires one (1) male and three (3) female
attendants to report approximately two and a half (2 1/2) hours prior to scheduled game time.
Attendants will clean the visitor area, EMS stations, suites, press box, and concourse restrooms
both prior to and during all home baseball games. Attendants will remain until approximately
one (1) hour after the conclusion of a game must get approval from building manager to be
dismissed. Games last approximately three (3) hours. DFF also hosts the UIL State Baseball
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SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
DFF is used periodically throughout the year for special events and baseball camps.

        BLDG-FL-RM                          ROOM TYPE                      SQUARE FEET
  DFF-01-1.100                 Locker Room Lobby                                        591
  DFF-01-1.100A                Locker Room Hallway                                    1,751
  DFF-01-1.104                 Public Restroom - Men                                     76
  DFF-01-1.106                 Staff Locker Room                                        121
  DFF-01-1.106A                Staff Locker Room Toilet                                  93
  DFF-01-1.108                 Multipurpose Room                                        546
  DFF-01-1.110                 Weight Room                                            2,456
  DFF-01-1.110A                Weight Room Office                                        80
  DFF-01-1.110B                Training Room                                          1,096
  DFF-01-1.110BA               Exam Room                                                 93
  DFF-01-1.110BC               Training Room Office                                      88
  DFF-01-1.112                 Equipment Locker Room                                     96
  DFF-01-1.112A                Equipment Shower                                          69
  DFF-01-1.114                 Equipment Room                                           864
  DFF-01-1.116                 Women Trainer Locker Room                                 95
  DFF-01-1.116A                Women Trainer Toilet                                      69
  DFF-01-1.117                 Catchers Locker Room                                      58
  DFF-01-1.118                 Catchers Toilet                                           70
  DFF-01-1.122                 Video Room                                               274
  DFF-01-1.124                 Copy Room                                                 70
  DFF-01-1.126                 Locker Room                                            2,837
  DFF-01-1.1E2                 Elevator                                                  43
  DFF-01-1.200                 Public Corridor                                          134
  DFF-01-1.202                 Conference Room                                          272
  DFF-01-1.204                 Coaches Office                                           154
  DFF-01-1.204A                Coaches Restroom                                         103
  DFF-01-1.206                 Coachers Locker Room                                     290
  DFF-01-1.206A                Coaches shower                                            94
  DFF-01-1.206AA               Coaches toilet                                            41
  DFF-01-1.500                 Visiting Team Hallway                                    303
  DFF-01-1.504                 Visiting Team Locker Room                              1,065
  DFF-01-1.504A                Umpire Lounge                                            123
  DFF-01-1.504B                Umpire Locker Room                                       110
  DFF-01-1.504BA               Umpire Shower Toilet                                      92
  DFF-01-1.504C                Visiting Training Room                                   197
  DFF-01-1.504D                Visiting Coaches Locker Room                             303
  DFF-01-1.504E                Visiting Team Shower/Toilet                              392
  DFF-01-1.5S2                 Stairway                                                 115
  DFF-01-1.602A                Maintenance Office                                       186
  DFF-02-2.106                 Public Restroom - Women                                1,249
  DFF-02-2.108                 Public Restroom - Men                                    556
  DFF-02-2.110                 Public Restroom - Unisex                                  44
  DFF-02-2.120A                Public Corridor                                          357
  DFF-02-2.120AA               Camp Office                                              329
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DFF-02-2.120B    Ticket Office                              337
DFF-02-2.120BA   Ticket Office                              118
DFF-02-2.126     Public Restroom - Unisex                    44
DFF-02-2.128     Public Restroom - Women                  1,249
DFF-02-2.12O     Suite Lobby                                308
DFF-02-2.12OL    Staff Office                               149
DFF-02-2.130     Public Restroom - Men                      556
DFF-02-2.132     EMS Station                                284
DFF-02-2.132A    EMS Station toilet                          81
DFF-03-3.100     Suite Lobby                              3,798
DFF-03-3.102     Suite                                      734
DFF-03-3.104     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.106     Suite                                      263
DFF-03-3.108     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.110     Suite                                      263
DFF-03-3.112     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.114     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.116     Suite                                      285
DFF-03-3.118     Suite                                      343
DFF-03-3.120     Suite                                      910
DFF-03-3.122     Public Restroom - Unisex                    61
DFF-03-3.124     Public Restroom - Women                    248
DFF-03-3.126     Public Restroom - Men                      241
DFF-03-3.130     Suite                                      545
DFF-03-3.142     Suite                                      345
DFF-03-3.144     Suite                                      283
DFF-03-3.146     Suite                                      263
DFF-03-3.148     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.150     Suite                                      263
DFF-03-3.152     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.154     Suite                                      263
DFF-03-3.156     Suite                                      262
DFF-03-3.158     Suite                                      720
DFF-03-3.1E1     Suite Elevator                              48
DFF-03-3.1S1     Stairway                                   384
DFF-03-3.200     Press Box Hallway                          275
DFF-03-3.202     Press Box                                  284
DFF-03-3.204     Press Box                                  128
DFF-03-3.206     Press Box                                  118
DFF-03-3.210     Press Box                                  124
DFF-03-3.212     Press Box                                  118
DFF-03-3.214     Public Restroom - Women                     61
DFF-03-3.218     Press Box                                  564
DFF-03-3.218A    Press Box                                  155
DFF-03-3.278     Public Restroom - Men                       61
                 Total DFF Square Feet                   35,153



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                                  GRE: Gregory Gymnasium

OVERVIEW:
Gregory Gymnasium is located on Speedway at 21st Street. Because it is occupied not only by
UT Athletics but also by other departments within the University, this scope of work will only
describe that which concerns UT Athletics.

GRE is used for volleyball practices and games and a hospitality area during home volleyball
games. Contractor will be responsible for cleaning foyer, restrooms, training room, locker
rooms, drying area, team room, and staff offices.

Prohibited cleaning times: Player and coaches‟ areas and the training room are not to be
cleaned from 12:00-6:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
    Spot clean all carpets
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors
    Clean and disinfect water fountains
    Clean team room, training room, and home team locker room

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean training room and drying room up to three (3) times per week
   Terminal clean player and coach locker rooms and restrooms
   Clean coaches‟ area
   Sweep and scrub walls and floors of stairwells
   Wipe down all handrails
   Dust and disinfect – all surfaces cobwebs in corners, pictures, lockers, lights

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean visitor and official locker rooms and restrooms (during season)
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff training room floors two (2) times per year – August and January
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
GRE hosts approximately 15 home volleyball games per season with the potential for post-
season games as well. Though there will not be attendants required during the event, home
team, coaches, officials, and visiting team areas will need to be cleaned before and after each
game.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
GRE is used periodically throughout the year for volleyball camps.

      BLDG-FL-RM                            ROOM TYPE                       SQUARE FEET
  GRE-02M-M2.304               Visiting Team Locker Room                             288
  GRE-02M-M2.304A              Visiting Team Locker Room Restroom                     79
  GRE-02M-M2.306               Visiting Team Locker Room                             232
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GRE-02M-M2.306A   Visiting Team Locker Room Restroom                 168
GRE-02M-M2.308    Drying Area                                        119
GRE-02M-M2.308A   Visiting Team Shower                               142
GRE-04-4.122      Officials Locker Room                              136
GRE-04-4.122A     Officials Locker Room Shower                        25
GRE-04-4.122B     Officials Locker Room Shower                        25
GRE-04-4.122C     Officials Restroom                                  25
GRE-03-3.108B     Team Room                                          455
GRE-03-3.108H     Training Room                                      216
GRE-03-3.302      Coaches Office                                     205
GRE-03-3.302A     Coaches Restroom                                    72
GRE-03-3.302B     Coaches Shower                                      53
GRE-03-3.302C     Coaches Shower                                      58
GRE-03-3.304      Locker Room                                        427
GRE-03-3.304A     Locker Room Shower                                  99
GRE-03-3.304B     Locker Room Toilet                                 185
                  Total GRE Square Feet                            3,009




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                     LDH: B.M. “Mack” Rankin, Jr. Longhorn Dining Hall

OVERVIEW:
The Longhorn Dining Hall is located on adjacent to the Jester dormitory, in between 21st Street
and Martin Luther King Boulevard. It is operated by Sodexo (private concessionaire) and used
as a dining hall to feed UT student-athletes and Athletics staff. Contractor will be responsible for
cleaning the kitchen, dining room, staff offices, and restrooms.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not be cleaned from 10:00am-2:00pm any day.

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Dust and disinfect bi-weekly – all surfaces, vent hoods, cobwebs in corners, pictures,
      lights
   Scrub and buff all floors bi-weekly
   Clean restrooms

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff all floors two (2) times per year

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
LDH is used periodically throughout the year for special events.

       BLDG-FL-RM                             ROOM TYPE                         SQUARE FEET
  LDH-01-M108C               Staff Office                                                    152
  LDH-01-M108D               Dining Room                                                   3,912
  LDH-01-M108K               Kitchen                                                       2,097
  LDH-01-M109                Staff Office                                                    129
  LDH-01-M110                Restroom - Women                                                 37
  LDH-01-M110B               Restroom - Men                                                   43
                             Total LDH Square Feet                                         6,370




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                    MFH: Richard Mithoff Track and Soccer Field House

OVERVIEW:
Richard Mithoff Field house is located on Robert Dedman, adjacent to the Mike A. Myers Track
and Soccer Stadium. It is used for all home soccer games and practices; men‟s and women‟s
track meets and practices; and various special events throughout the year. Contractor will be
responsible for cleaning hallways, elevator, stairways, locker rooms, restrooms, team rooms,
coaches‟ offices, and laundry room.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean from 6:00-9:00am and 2:00-6:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
    Spot clean all carpets
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors
    Clean locker rooms
    Clean all offices
    Clean training room

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean training room up to three (3) times per week
   Terminal clean home team locker rooms (soccer and men and women‟s track) and
      restrooms
   Sweep and scrub walls, floors, and handrails of stairwells
   Clean doors, floors, and walls of elevator
   Dust and disinfect – all surfaces, cobwebs in corners, pictures, lockers, lights

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean visiting team locker room and restrooms
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff all hard floors four (4) times per year
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
MFH hosts approximately 15 home soccer games each season with potential for post season
games. Though there will not be attendants required during the event, the entire building will
need to be cleaned before and after each game. Generally this means that it will need to be
cleaned each Friday morning, Saturday, and Monday morning as home series are generally
scheduled as Friday evening and Sunday afternoon games.

MFH hosts approximately four (4) track meets per year. Each meet lasts one (1) to four (4)
days. Attendants will be required to clean the entire building the day before a track meet starts.
Attendants must also clean at the conclusion of each day of the track meet after the facility has
been completely vacated and must get approval from building manager to be dismissed. The
number of hours required to complete the scope of this work per day varies depending on meet
schedule.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
MFH is used periodically throughout the year for special events and track and soccer camps.
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   BLDG-FL-RM                    ROOM TYPE             SQUARE FEET
MFH-001-001     Public Corridor                                    555
MFH-001-BE1     Elevator                                           101
MFH-001-BS1     Stairway                                           180
MFH-01-101      Women Public Corridor                            1,352
MFH-01-103      Women Track Locker Toilet                          132
MFH-01-104      Women Track Locker Room                            765
MFH-01-105      Women Track Sink                                   112
MFH-01-106      Women Track Shower                                 156
MFH-01-107      Women Soccer Toilet                                134
MFH-01-108      Women Soccer Locker Room                           781
MFH-01-109      Women Soccer Sink                                  112
MFH-01-110      Women Soccer Shower                                163
MFH-01-113      Women Track Team Room                              633
MFH-01-114      Women Track Coaches Office                         295
MFH-01-114A     Women Track Coaches Toilet                          69
MFH-01-117      Women Soccer Coaches Toilet                         68
MFH-01-118      Women Soccer Coaches Office                        296
MFH-01-119      Women Soccer Team Room                             568
MFH-01-1S1      Stairway                                           154
MFH-01-1S2      Stairway                                           162
MFH-02-201      Main Corridor                                    1,080
MFH-02-203      Officials/Female Staff Locker Room                  70
MFH-02-203A     Officials/Female Staff Toilet                       97
MFH-02-204      Officials/Men Staff Locker Room                    267
MFH-02-204A     Officials/Men Staff Toilet                         112
MFH-02-204B     Officials/Men Staff Toilet                          97
MFH-02-206      Men Track Locker Room Toilet                       127
MFH-02-207      Men Track Locker Room                              742
MFH-02-208      Men Track Locker Room Sink                         112
MFH-02-209      Men Track Locker Room Shower                       155
MFH-02-210      Visiting Team Locker Room Toilet                   144
MFH-02-210A     Visiting Team Locker Room Shower                    64
MFH-02-211      Visiting Team Locker Room                          396
MFH-02-213      Visiting Team Locker Room Toilet                   144
MFH-02-214      Visiting Team Locker Room                          421
MFH-02-215      Visiting Team Locker Room Shower                    83
MFH-02-217      Men Track Team Room                                630
MFH-02-218      Men Track Coaches Office                           285
MFH-02-220      Men Track Coaches Toilet                            71
MFH-02-221      Training Room Toilet                                93
MFH-02-222      Training Room Whirlpool                            201
MFH-02-224      Training Room Laundry                               52
MFH-02-225      Training Room                                      548
                Total MFH Square Feet                           12,779




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                       MMS: Mike A. Myers Track and Soccer Stadium

OVERVIEW:
Mike A. Myers Track and Soccer stadium is located on Robert Dedman, adjacent to the Richard
Mithoff Field House. It is used for all home soccer games and practices; men‟s and women‟s
track meets and practices; and various special events throughout the year. Contractor will be
responsible for cleaning ticket offices, ticket booths, restrooms, staff office, press box, and
timing bunker.

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Clean south end public restrooms and staff restroom
   Clean staff offices

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean EMS station – ONLY in August, September, October, March, April, and
      May

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff all hard floors in the press box and timing bunker two (2) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
MMS hosts approximately 15 home soccer games each season with potential for post season
games. Though there will not be attendants required during the event, the entire facility will need
to be cleaned before and after each game. This includes the press box, timing bunker, six (6)
restrooms on east concourse, three (3) ticket booths, one (1) ticket office, EMS station, staff
office, and staff restroom. Generally this means that these areas will need to be cleaned each
Friday morning, Saturday, and Monday morning as home series are generally scheduled as
Friday evening and Sunday afternoon games.

MMS hosts approximately four (4) track meets per year. Each meet lasts one (1) to four (4)
days. Before the start of any track meet, attendants will be required to clean the press box,
timing bunker, six (6) restrooms on east concourse, three (3) ticket booths, one (1) ticket office,
EMS station, staff office, and staff restroom. The number of hours required to complete the
scope of this work per day varies depending on meet schedule. Attendants must get approval
from building manager to be dismissed. The three categories of track meets are the Texas
Relays, UIL State Track Meet, and one-day meets:

       Texas Relays: In addition to the abovementioned areas, the restrooms on the east side
       of the football stadium will also need to be cleaned prior to the start of the event on
       Wednesday. On Wednesday and Thursday nights, all of the abovementioned areas with
       the exception of the ticket offices and booths will need to be cleaned at the conclusion of
       the day‟s events. On Friday and Saturday nights, all of the abovementioned areas
       including the restrooms on the east side of the football stadium will need to be cleaned
       at the conclusion of the day‟s events. One (1) male and one (1) female attendant will
       need to be on site Friday 8:00am-10:00pm and Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm.

       UIL State Track: In addition to the abovementioned areas, the restrooms on the east
       side of the football stadium will also need to be cleaned prior to the start of the event on
       Friday. On Friday and Saturday nights, all of the abovementioned areas including the
       restrooms on the east side of the football stadium will need to be cleaned at the
       conclusion of the day‟s events. One (1) male and one (1) female attendant will need to
       be on site Friday 8:00am-10:00pm and Saturday 8:00am-9:00pm.


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       All one-day meets: All of the abovementioned areas, with the exception of the ticket
       offices and booths and the restrooms on the east side of the football stadium, will need
       to be cleaned before and after the event.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
MMS is used periodically throughout the year for special events and track and soccer camps.

      BLDG-FL-RM                           ROOM TYPE                         SQUARE FEET
  MMS-01-202               Ticket Office                                                  138
  MMS-01-203               Women Restroom                                                 744
  MMS-01-204               Unisex Restroom                                                 83
  MMS-01-206               Men Restroom                                                   363
  MMS-01-212               EMS Station                                                    199
  MMS-01-213               Women Restroom                                                 728
  MMS-01-214               Unisex Restroom                                                 83
  MMS-01-216               Men Restroom                                                   350
  MMS-01-B04               Facilities Office                                              273
  MMS-01-B04A              Facilities Restroom                                             77
  MMS-01-C1                Timing Bunker                                                  299
  MMS-01-C2                Timing Bunker                                                  221
  MMS-01-TBNE              Gate 1 Ticket Booth                                            309
  MMS-01-TBNW              Gate 4 Ticket Booth                                            301
  MMS-01-TBSW              Gate 3 Ticket Booth                                            313
  MAG-06-606               Press Box - Media                                              850
  MAG-06-607               Sound Room                                                      57
  MAG-06-608               PA Booth                                                        56
  MAG-06-609               Unisex Toilet                                                   59
  MAG-06-610               Storage                                                         50
                           Total MMS Square Feet                                        5,553




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                         MNC: Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Complex

OVERVIEW:
The Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Complex is located on San Jacinto Boulevard, directly south of
DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium. It is used as a medical facility and training area for all student-
athletes. Additionally, it houses football staff offices, the football equipment room, and the
football locker room. Contractor will be responsible for cleaning hallways, restrooms, locker
rooms, laundry rooms, team rooms, scout rooms, meeting rooms, staff offices, exam rooms,
training rooms, hydrotherapy room, weight room, equipment room, Astroturf runway, study
rooms, multipurpose room, and lobbies.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean weight room 8:00am-10:00pm any day. May not
clean locker room 8:00am-10:00pm any day. May not clean team meeting rooms 1:30-4:30pm
any day. May not clean coaches‟ offices 7:00am-2:30pm and 6:00-10:00pm any day. May not
clean academic center 8:00am-10:00pm any day. May not clean training room areas 7:00am-
7:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Vacuum carpets in all corridors
    Spot clean carpet stains

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean player locker room, training room, weight room, exam rooms,
      hydrotherapy room, and x-ray room up to three (3) times per week
   Terminal clean weight room shower/toilet, head coaches‟ shower/toilet, and public
      restrooms
   Terminal clean women‟s locker room, manager locker room, other coaches‟
      showers/toilets up to two (2) times per week from August-December and one (1) time
      per week from January-July
   Vacuum all carpets on Sunday mornings following home football games
   Vacuum staff offices and meeting rooms three (3) times per week – Monday,
      Wednesday, Friday

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year

     BLDG-FL-RM                             ROOM TYPE                        SQUARE FEET
  MNC-01-1.100             Public Corridor                                           1,551
  MNC-01-1.100A            Public Corridor                                             316
  MNC-01-1.100B            Public Corridor                                           1,328
  MNC-01-1.102             Men Restroom                                                260
  MNC-01-1.102A            Manager Locker Room                                         302
  MNC-01-1.102AA           Manager Shower                                              116
  MNC-01-1.106             Women Restroom                                              269
  MNC-01-1.106A            Women Locker Room                                           327
  MNC-01-1.106AA           Women Shower                                                102
  MNC-01-1.108J            Equipment Room Shower/Toilet                                 68
  MNC-01-1.114             Laundry Room                                                516
  MNC-01-1.200             Public Corridor                                           2,096
  MNC-01-1.200A            Public Corridor                                             378
  MNC-01-1.200B            Public Corridor                                             761

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MNC-01-1.200C    Public Corridor                              2,097
MNC-01-1.202     Weight Room                                 12,235
MNC-01-1.202G    Weight Room Office                             330
MNC-01-1.202GA   Weight Room Toilet/Shower                       93
MNC-01-1.202H    Weight Room Toilet/Shower                      162
MNC-01-1.202L    Astro Turf Runway                            3,813
MNC-01-1.204     Locker Room                                  5,502
MNC-01-1.204B    Locker Room Rest Room                          403
MNC-01-1.204BA   Locker Room Toilet                             147
MNC-01-1.204BB   Locker Room Shower                             315
MNC-01-1.204BC   Locker Room Shower                             304
MNC-01-1.204BD   Locker Room Toilet                             157
MNC-01-1.206     Unisex Toilet                                   80
MNC-01-1.210     Team Room                                    2,624
MNC-01-1.210B    Coaches Office                                 155
MNC-01-1.212     Defensive Meeting Room                       1,107
MNC-01-1.212A    Coaches Office                                  55
MNC-01-1.212B    Coaches Office                                  57
MNC-01-1.212D    Scout Room                                     210
MNC-01-1.212F    Staff Office                                   329
MNC-01-1.214     Position Meeting Room                          468
MNC-01-1.216     Position Meeting Room                          435
MNC-01-1.218     Training Room                                4,045
MNC-01-1.218A    Training Room Office                           125
MNC-01-1.218B    Training Room Office                           119
MNC-01-1.218BA   Training Room Toilet/Shower                    100
MNC-01-1.218C    Training Room Office                           122
MNC-01-1.218D    Exam Room                                      121
MNC-01-1.218E    Exam Room                                      121
MNC-01-1.218F    Toilet                                          63
MNC-01-1.218J    Training Room Office                           293
MNC-01-1.218K    Training Room Office                           171
MNC-01-1.218KA   Training Room Toilet/Shower                    116
MNC-01-1.218L    Training Room Office                           175
MNC-01-1.218LA   Training Room Toilet/Shower                    155
MNC-01-1.218M    Training Room Office                           254
MNC-01-1.218N    Hydrotherapy Room                              957
MNC-01-1.220     Position Meeting Room                          295
MNC-01-1.222     Position Meeting Room                          293
MNC-01-1.224     Position Meeting Room                          290
MNC-01-1.226     Position Meeting Room                          292
MNC-01-1.228     Position Meeting Room                          281
MNC-01-1.236     Position Meeting Room                          285
MNC-01-1.300     Public Corridor                                769
MNC-01-1.302     Coaches Locker Room                            248
MNC-01-1.302B    Coaches Locker Room                            526
MNC-01-1.302BA   Coaches Toilet                                 161
MNC-01-1.302BB   Coaches Shower                                 105
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MNC-01-1.304      Coaches Lounge                                249
MNC-01-1.400      Medical Suite                                 485
MNC-01-1.401      Medical Conference Room                       165
MNC-01-1.402      Exam Room                                     120
MNC-01-1.403      Doctor Office                                 120
MNC-01-1.404      Exam Room                                     118
MNC-01-1.405      Doctor Office                                 120
MNC-01-1.406      Exam Room                                     103
MNC-01-1.407      Medical Billing                               191
MNC-01-1.408      Medical Toilet                                 57
MNC-01-1.409      X Ray Room                                    128
MNC-01M-M1.200    Public Corridor                               695
MNC-01M-M1.202    Weight Room Office                            402
MNC-01M-M1.202A   Weight Room Office                            159
MNC-01M-M1.202B   Weight Room Office                            140
MNC-01M-M1.202C   Weight Room Office                            119
MNC-01M-M1.202D   Weight Room Office                            114
MNC-01M-M1.202E   Weight Room Office                            103
MNC-02-2.200      Public Corridor                               259
MNC-02-2.202      Coaches Office                                166
MNC-02-2.204      Coaches Office                                142
MNC-02-2.204A     Coaches Office                                129
MNC-02-2.204B     Coaches Office                                102
MNC-02-2.204C     Coaches Office                                149
MNC-02-2.204D     Coaches Office                                191
MNC-02-2.204E     Coaches Office                                132
MNC-02-2.210      Public Restroom - Men                         241
MNC-02-2.212      Public Restroom - Women                       227
MNC-02-2.214      Players‟ Lounge                             2,458
MNC-02-2.214A     Players‟ Lounge                               267
MNC-02-2.300      Public Corridor                               618
MNC-02-2.300A     Public Corridor                               255
MNC-02-2.300B     Public Corridor                                92
MNC-02-2.302      Mail/Copy Room                                211
MNC-02-2.303      Reception Area                                197
MNC-02-2.304      Coaches Office                                164
MNC-02-2.305      Coaches Office                                177
MNC-02-2.307      Unisex Toilet                                  55
MNC-02-2.310      Coaches Office                                119
MNC-02-2.316      Coaches Office                                188
MNC-02-2.318      Coaches Office                                201
MNC-02-2.320      Coaches Office                                138
MNC-02-2.322      Coaches Office                                132
MNC-02-2.324      Coaches Office                                121
MNC-02-2.326      Head Coaches Office                           457
MNC-02-2.328      Head Coaches Office                           211
MNC-02-2.328A     Head Coaches Office                           684
MNC-02-2.328AB    Head Coaches Shower/Toilet                     85
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MNC-02-2.330   Coaches Office                                117
MNC-02-2.332   Coaches Office                                131
MNC-02-2.338   Coaches Office                                143
MNC-02-2.400   Academic LOBBY                                255
MNC-02-2.401   Academic LOBBY                              1,785
MNC-02-2.402   Academic LOBBY                                174
MNC-02-2.404   Academic Tutor Room                           120
MNC-02-2.405   Academic Tutor Room                           119
MNC-02-2.406   Academic Tutor Room                           120
MNC-02-2.407   Academic Tutor Room                           119
MNC-02-2.408   Academic Tutor Room                           119
MNC-02-2.409   Academic Tutor Room                           120
MNC-02-2.410   Academic Tutor Room                           110
MNC-02-2.411   Academic Tutor Room                           119
MNC-02-2.412   Academic Office                               130
MNC-02-2.413   Academic Tutor Room                           399
MNC-02-2.414   Academic Lobby                                 81
MNC-02-2.415   Academic Office                               252
MNC-02-2.416   Academic Office                               247
MNC-02-2.418   Academic Tutor Room                           584
MNC-02-2.419   Academic Tutor Room                           631
MNC-02-2.420   Academic Tutor Room                           490
MNC-02-2.421   Academic Office                               336
MNC-02-2.423   Multi-Purpose Room                          1,037
MNC-02-2.424   Academic Office                               332
MNC-02-2.425   Break Room                                    208
MNC-02-2.426   Academic LOBBY                                 75
MNC-02-2.427   Public Restroom - Women                        60
MNC-02-2.428   Public Restroom - Men                          98
MNC-02-2.500   Main Entrance                               4,067
MNC-02-2.501   Main Entrance                                 112
MNC-02-2.502   Main Entrance                                 222
MNC-02-2.504   Unisex Toilet                                  63
MNC-02-2.505   Unisex Toilet                                  64
               Total MNC Square Feet                      75,145




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             NEZ: Red McCombs Red Zone - North End Zone Daily Operations

OVERVIEW:
The Red McCombs Red Zone is located on 23rd Street as the north end of DKR-Texas Memorial
Stadium. NEZ is used for daily UT Athletics‟ operations and football game days as well as
various special events throughout the year. Contractor for daily operations will be responsible
for cleaning restrooms, central receiving area, staff offices, lounges, food court, elevators,
lobbies, study rooms, kitchens, copy rooms, conference rooms, hallways, future weight/training
area in the basement and future staff offices on Level 7.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean cheer area from 11:00am-10:00pm any day. May
not clean office suite 1.132 from 9:00-11:00am any Tuesday. May not clean food court elevators
and lobbies from 8:00am-6:00pm any day. May not vacuum academic center from 8:00am-
10:00pm any day. May not vacuum Olympic Sport/Compliance area or future staff offices on
Level 7 or future weight/training area in basement from 8:00am-8:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
  Check and fill paper and liquid                     Empty all trash cans and all sanitary
      dispensers in all restrooms                       and recycling receptacles
  Dust, disinfect, and wipe down all                  Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors,
      surfaces                                          including mats
  Clean and disinfect water fountains                 Clean restrooms
  Clean kitchens and break rooms                      Clean food court elevator lobbies
  Clean academic center and Olympic                   Monitor and spot clean food court
      Sport/Compliance offices (and future              during peak hours – 11:00am-2:00pm
      staff offices)

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
  Terminal clean cheer locker room                    Terminal clean future weight room
  Terminal clean future training room up to           Clean food court restrooms three (3)
    three (3) times per week                            times per week
  Clean office 1.132                                  Clean security office
  Clean cheer offices and lounge                      Clean central receiving
  Clean food court ticket office                      Spot clean all carpets
  Clean all surfaces of all elevators two (2)         Dust and disinfect – cobwebs in
    times per week                                      corners, all surfaces, pictures, lights

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
  Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards
  Clean Tower Northwest suite

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
  Wax and buff all hard floors two (2) times per year with the exception of the food court
     floor
  Shampoo all carpets

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
NEZ is used for various reasons during a home football game and will therefore all need to be
cleaned in the week preceding a home football game. This will also require a specific number of
attendants on site per area during a home football game. These expectations are listed
separately on the “Football Game Day Operations” page.


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SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
Certain areas of NEZ are used throughout the year for special events. These are scheduled
periodically and will affect the hospitality areas, suites, lounges, and restrooms on Levels 8 and
9. These expectations are listed separately on the “Special Events Operations” page.

         BLDG-FL-RM                                 ROOM TYPE                    SQUARE FEET
   NEZ Basement             Athletics Training (construction complete 2012)              30,000
   NEZ-001-B.104            TV Compound                                                   1,023
   NEZ-001-B.104A           TV Compound                                                     305
   NEZ-001-B.104B           Public Restroom – Women                                         167
   NEZ-001-B.104C           Public Restroom – Men                                           141
   NEZ-001-B.106            Visiting Team Equipment                                         636
   NEZ-001-B.108            Visiting Team Locker Room                                     4,090
   NEZ-001-B.108A           Visiting Team Locker Room                                       522
   NEZ-001-B.108B           Visiting Team Training Room                                     530
   NEZ-001-B.206            Central Receiving                                               969
   NEZ-001-B.210            Game Day Will Call                                              630
   NEZ-001-B.212B           Public Restroom – Men                                           249
   NEZ-001-B.212C           Public Restroom – Women                                         249
   NEZ-001-B.212D           Public Restroom – Unisex                                         50
   NEZ-001-B.304            Cheer Lounge                                                    565
   NEZ-001-B.304B           Cheer Office                                                    175
   NEZ-001-B.304C           Cheer Office                                                    104
   NEZ-001-B.304D           Cheer Locker Room                                               624
   NEZ-001-B.304E           Cheer Locker Room                                               452
   NEZ-001-B.306            Public Restroom – Unisex                                         56
   NEZ-001-B.308            Public Restroom – Unisex                                         58
   NEZ-001-B.312E           Maintenance Lounge                                              285
   NEZ-001-B.312EA          Maintenance – Unisex                                             42
   NEZ-01-1.008             Food Court - Unisex                                             108
   NEZ-01-1.106             Public Restroom – Unisex                                         69
   NEZ-01-1.108             Public Restroom – Men                                           322
   NEZ-01-1.110             Public Restroom – Women                                       1,012
   NEZ-01-1.112             Food Court – Public Restroom – Men                              926
   NEZ-01-1.114             Food Court – Public Restroom – Women                          1,150
   NEZ-01-1.120             EMS Station                                                     968
   NEZ-01-1.120A            EMS - Unisex                                                     56
   NEZ-01-1.132             Staff Office                                                    195
   NEZ-01-1.132B            Staff Office - Unisex                                            41
   NEZ-01-1.132C            Staff Office                                                    275
   NEZ-01-1.132D            Staff Office                                                    298
   NEZ-01-1.300             Food Court                                                   17,407
   NEZ-01-1.302             West Elevator Lobby                                             936
   NEZ-01-1.304             East Elevator Lobby                                             938
   NEZ-01-1.306             Student Ticket Office                                           337
   NEZ-01-1.306A            Student Ticket Office                                           119
   NEZ-01-1.516             Public Restroom – Women                                         323
   NEZ-01-1.518             Public Restroom – Men                                           199

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NEZ-01-1.520    Public Restroom – Women                        763
NEZ-01-1.522    Public Restroom – Men                          333
NEZ-01-1.524    Public Restroom – Unisex                        73
NEZ-01-1.526B   Public Restroom – Unisex                        66
NEZ-01-1.526C   Stadium Office                                 801
NEZ-01-1.530    Visiting Team Will Call                        208
NEZ-05-5.100    Academic Lobby                                 652
NEZ-05-5.200    Academic Corridor                             1366
NEZ-05-5.300    Academic Reception                            3390
NEZ-05-5.302    Academic Restroom – Men                        256
NEZ-05-5.306    Academic Restroom – Women                      292
NEZ-05-5.308    Reading/Study Room                             657
NEZ-05-5.310    Academic Kitchen                               276
NEZ-05-5.314    Reading/Study Room                             125
NEZ-05-5.316    Reading/Study Room                             126
NEZ-05-5.318    Reading/Study Room                             119
NEZ-05-5.320    Reading/Study Room                             122
NEZ-05-5.322    Reading/Study Room                             126
NEZ-05-5.324    Reading/Study Room                             126
NEZ-05-5.326    Reading/Study Room                             122
NEZ-05-5.328    Reading/Study Room                             119
NEZ-05-5.330    Reading/Study Room                             124
NEZ-05-5.332    Reading/Study Room                             122
NEZ-05-5.334    Reading/Study Room                             122
NEZ-05-5.336    Reading/Study Room                             113
NEZ-05-5.338    Reading/Study Room                             119
NEZ-05-5.340    Reading/Study Room                             117
NEZ-05-5.342    Reading/Study Room                             119
NEZ-05-5.344    Reading/Study Room                             113
NEZ-05-5.346    Academic Copy Room                             430
NEZ-05-5.348    Reading/Study Room                             110
NEZ-05-5.350    Reading/Study Room                             105
NEZ-05-5.352    Reading/Study Room                             108
NEZ-05-5.354    Reading/Study Room                             108
NEZ-05-5.356    Reading/Study Room                             123
NEZ-05-5.358    Reading/Study Room                             120
NEZ-05-5.360    Reading/Study Room                             135
NEZ-05-5.362    Reading/Study Room                             129
NEZ-05-5.364    Reading/Study Room                             141
NEZ-05-5.366    Reading/Study Room                             127
NEZ-05-5.368    Reading/Study Room                             145
NEZ-05-5.370    Reading/Study Room                             131
NEZ-05-5.372    Reading/Study Room                             158
NEZ-05-5.374    Reading/Study Room                             144
NEZ-05-5.376    Academic Conference Room                       593
NEZ-05-5.378    Academic Conference Room                       505
NEZ-05-5.380    Academic Conference Room                       548
NEZ-05-5.386    Academic Staff Office                          144
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NEZ-05-5.400   Academic Corridor                              782
NEZ-05-5.402   Academic Staff Lounge                          210
NEZ-05-5.404   Academic Staff Office                          171
NEZ-05-5.406   Academic Staff Office                          129
NEZ-05-5.408   Academic Staff Office                          129
NEZ-05-5.410   Academic Staff Office                          127
NEZ-05-5.412   Academic Staff Office                          129
NEZ-05-5.414   Academic Staff Office                          126
NEZ-05-5.416   Academic Staff Office                          116
NEZ-05-5.418   Academic Staff Office                          119
NEZ-05-5.420   Academic Staff Office                          107
NEZ-05-5.422   Academic Staff Office                          101
NEZ-05-5.424   Academic Staff Office                          107
NEZ-05-5.426   Academic Staff Office                           93
NEZ-05-5.428   Academic Staff Office                          190
NEZ-05-5.430   Academic Staff Office                          120
NEZ-05-5.432   Academic Staff Office                          129
NEZ-05-5.500   Olympic Sports Corridor                       4143
NEZ-05-5.501   Olympic Sports Office                          205
NEZ-05-5.502   Olympic Sports Office                          121
NEZ-05-5.503   Olympic Sports Office                          211
NEZ-05-5.504   Olympic Sports Office                          130
NEZ-05-5.506   Olympic Sports Office                          119
NEZ-05-5.508   Olympic Sports Office                          132
NEZ-05-5.510   Olympic Sports Office                          210
NEZ-05-5.512   Olympic Sports Office                          215
NEZ-05-5.514   Olympic Sports Office                          106
NEZ-05-5.518   Olympic Sport Restroom - Women                 166
NEZ-05-5.520   Olympic Sport Restroom - Men                   148
NEZ-05-5.522   Olympic Sport Kitchen                           49
NEZ-05-5.524   Olympic Sports Office                          116
NEZ-05-5.526   Olympic Sports Office                          215
NEZ-05-5.528   Olympic Sports Office                          119
NEZ-05-5.530   Olympic Sports Office                          103
NEZ-05-5.532   Olympic Sports Office                          119
NEZ-05-5.534   Olympic Sports Office                          158
NEZ-05-5.536   Olympic Sports Office                          116
NEZ-05-5.537   Olympic Sports Office                          211
NEZ-05-5.538   Olympic Sports Office                          211
NEZ-05-5.539   Olympic Sports Office                          211
NEZ-05-5.540   Olympic Sports Office                          211
NEZ-05-5.542   Olympic Sports Office                          116
NEZ-05-5.544   Olympic Sports Office                          133
NEZ-05-5.546   Olympic Sports Office                          119
NEZ-05-5.548   Olympic Sports Office                          103
NEZ-05-5.550   Olympic Sports Office                          119
NEZ-05-5.552   Olympic Sports Office                          240
NEZ-05-5.554   Olympic Sports Office                          117
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NEZ-05-5.556    Olympic Sports Office                                                95
NEZ-05-5.558    Olympic Sports Office                                               118
NEZ-05-5.560    Olympic Sports Office                                                98
NEZ-05-5.562    Olympic Sport Copy Room                                              56
NEZ-05-5.563    Olympic Sports Reception                                            118
NEZ-05-5.564    Olympic Sports Office                                                72
NEZ-05-5.566    Olympic Sports Office                                               123
NEZ-05-5.568    Olympic Sports Office                                               104
NEZ-05-5.570    Olympic Sports Office                                               109
NEZ-05-5.572    Olympic Sports Office                                               109
NEZ-05-5.574    Olympic Sports Office                                               122
NEZ-05-5.576    Olympic Sports Office                                               181
NEZ-05-5.578    Olympic Sports Office                                               117
NEZ-05-5.580    Olympic Sports Office                                               220
NEZ-05-5.582    Olympic Sports Office                                               119
NEZ-05-5.584    Olympic Sports Office                                                99
NEZ-05-5.586    Olympic Sports Office                                               103
NEZ-05-5.588    Olympic Sports Office                                               118
NEZ-05-5.590    Olympic Sports Office                                               133
NEZ-05-5.592    Olympic Sports Office                                               119
NEZ-05-5.594    Olympic Sports Office                                               211
NEZ-05-5.596    Olympic Sports Office                                               226
NEZ-06-6.114    Public Restroom – Women                                            1,216
NEZ-06-6.120    Public Restroom – Unisex                                             70
NEZ-06-6.122    Public Restroom – Men                                               753
NEZ-06-6.128    Public Restroom – Women                                            1,215
NEZ-06-6.134    Public Restroom – Unisex                                             59
NEZ-06-6.136    Public Restroom – Men                                               750
NEZ-06-6.140    Public Restroom – Men                                               750
NEZ-06-6.144    Public Restroom – Unisex                                             59
NEZ-06-6.156    Public Restroom – Women                                            1,213
NEZ-06-6.158    EMS Station                                                        1,029
NEZ-06-6.158A   EMS Station – Restroom – Unisex                                      43
NEZ-06-6.162    Public Restroom – Unisex                                             70
NEZ-06-6.164    Public Restroom – Men                                               753
NEZ-06-6.170    Public Restroom – Women                                             785
NEZ-06-7.000    Administration Office Space (construction complete 2012)          36,000
NEZ-08-8.100    8th Floor Club                                                    33,801
NEZ-08-8.106    Public Restroom – Men                                               234
NEZ-08-8.108    Public Restroom – Unisex                                             59
NEZ-08-8.118    Public Restroom – Women                                             529
NEZ-08-8.124    Suite                                                               757
NEZ-08-8.124A   Suite Restroom                                                       58
NEZ-08-8.126    Suite                                                               757
NEZ-08-8.126A   Suite Restroom                                                       58
NEZ-08-8.128    Suite                                                               723
NEZ-08-8.128A   Suite Restroom                                                       58
NEZ-08-8.130    Game Day Operations                                                 546
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NEZ-08-8.130A    Game Day Ops Restroom                           55
NEZ-08-8.140     Public Restroom – Men                          234
NEZ-08-8.142     Public Restroom – Unisex                        59
NEZ-08-8.150     Public Restroom – Women                        529
NEZ-08-8.156     Suite                                          757
NEZ-08-8.156A    Suite Restroom                                  58
NEZ-08-8.158     Suite                                          758
NEZ-08-8.158A    Suite Restroom                                  58
NEZ-08-8.160     Suite                                          758
NEZ-08-8.160A    Suite Restroom                                  58
NEZ-08-8.164     Suite                                          706
NEZ-08-8.164A    Suite Restroom                                  52
NEZ-08-8.166     Suite                                          543
NEZ-08-8.166A    Suite Restroom                                  42
NEZ-08-8.168     Suite                                          474
NEZ-08-8.168A    Suite Restroom                                  42
NEZ-09-9.100     Suite Corridor West                           3,832
NEZ-09-9.106     Tower North West                                90
NEZ-09-9.106A    Tower North West                               590
NEZ-09-9.106AA   Tower North West Restroom                       78
NEZ-09-9.108     Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.108A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.110     Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.110A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.112     Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.112A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.114     Suite                                          862
NEZ-09-9.114A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.120     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.120A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.122     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.122A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.126     Suite                                          842
NEZ-09-9.126A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.128     Suite                                          844
NEZ-09-9.128A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.130     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.130A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.132     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.132A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.134     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.134A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.136     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.136A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.140     Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.140A    Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.142     Public Restroom – Unisex                        54
NEZ-09-9.200     Suite Lobby                                   3,323
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NEZ-09-9.202    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.202A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.204    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.204A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.206    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.206A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.208    Suite                                          885
NEZ-09-9.208A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.210    Suite                                          885
NEZ-09-9.210A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.212    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.212A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.214    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.214A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.216    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.216A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.300    Suite East Corridor                           3,990
NEZ-09-9.308    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.308A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.310    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.310A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.312    Suite                                          674
NEZ-09-9.312A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.314    Suite                                          862
NEZ-09-9.314A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.320    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.320A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.322    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.322A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.326    Suite                                          838
NEZ-09-9.326A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.328    Suite                                          840
NEZ-09-9.328A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.330    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.330A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.332    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.332A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.334    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.334A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.336    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.336A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.338    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.338A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.340    Suite                                          861
NEZ-09-9.340A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.344    Suite                                          819
NEZ-09-9.344A   Suite Restroom                                  48
NEZ-09-9.346    Suite                                          685
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NEZ-09-9.346A     Suite Restroom                                  42
NEZ-09-9.348      Suite                                          616
NEZ-09-9.348A     Suite Restroom                                  42
NEZ-09-9.402A     Tower Suite                                     92
NEZ-09-9.402B     Tower Suite                                     85
NEZ-10-10.106     Tower North West                                87
NEZ-10-10.106A    Tower North West                               581
NEZ-10-10.106AA   Tower North West Restroom                       76
NEZ-10-10.110     Public Restroom – Women                        754
NEZ-10-10.114     Public Restroom – Men                          916
NEZ-10-10.118     Public Restroom – Women                        810
NEZ-10-10.124     Public Restroom - Unisex                        58
NEZ-10-10.130     Public Restroom - Women                        825
NEZ-10-10.138     EMS Station                                    477
NEZ-10-10.138A    EMS Station – Restroom - Unisex                 63
NEZ-10-10.140     Public Restroom - Unisex                        58
NEZ-10-10.148     Public Restroom – Men                          905
NEZ-10-10.154     Public Restroom – Women                        925
                  Total NEZ Square Feet                       235,009




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                                ROW: Texas Rowing Center

OVERVIEW:
Texas Rowing Center is located on Hearn Street, on the north bank of Lady Bird Lake. It houses
the rowing team‟s boats and locker room. Contractor will be responsible for cleaning the boat
warehouse, locker room, and restroom.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not be cleaned before 9:00am or after 3:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty and properly dispose of all trash cans and all sanitary and recycling receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down all surfaces
    Clean restrooms – including the wall behind the flusher handle
    Sweep and dust mop boat warehouse floors

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Empty recycling receptacles
   Clean storage closet
   Terminal clean locker room

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
ROW hosts approximately five (5) meets each year. Though no attendant is required to be on-
site during these events, the entire facility will need to be cleaned on Saturdays and Sundays
following meets.

      BLDG-FL-RM                           ROOM TYPE                        SQUARE FEET
   ROW-01-101             Boat Warehouse                                               4,678
   ROW-01-102             Toilet                                                         137
   ROW-01-120             Locker Room                                                    614
   ROW-01-125             Showers                                                        247
                          Total ROW Square Feet                                        5,676




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                           SBS: Red and Charline McCombs Field

OVERVIEW:
Red and Charline McCombs Field is located at the corner of Comal and 20th Streets. It is used
for home softball games, practices, and camps throughout the year. Contractor will be
responsible for cleaning the ticket booth, umpire area, elevator, locker rooms, equipment room,
laundry room, training room, staff offices, press box, and restrooms.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean from 10:00am-7:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
    Spot clean all carpets
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors
    Clean home team and coaches‟ locker rooms

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean training room up to three (3) times per week
   Terminal clean home team and coach locker rooms
   Clean equipment rooms
   Clean public restrooms and visiting team and officials‟ locker rooms
   Sweep and scrub walls and floors of stairwells
   Clean doors, floors, and walls of elevator
   Wipe down all handrails
   Dust and disinfect – all surfaces, cobwebs in corners, pictures, lockers, lights

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean official and visiting team locker rooms
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Wax and buff all tile floors four (4) times per year
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
SBS hosts approximately 25 home games each season with the potential for approximately 10
post season home games. All areas of the facility must be cleaned before and after each game.
This requires one (1) standby attendant to report one (1) hour prior to scheduled game time for
every regular and post season home game. Attendants will spot clean all areas of the facility
before each game starts. Attendant will remain approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of
a game and must get approval from building manager to be dismissed. Games last
approximately two (2) hours. SBS also hosts the UIL State Softball Tournament. This is a three-
day event with approximately five (5) games per day. This requires one (1) male and one (1)
female attendant to be on standby from 8:00am-10:00pm each day. Attendants will clean press
box, ticket office, and public restrooms before each day starts.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
SBS is used periodically throughout the year for softball camps.



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  BLDG-FL-RM                   ROOM TYPE         SQUARE FEET
SBS-01-1.104    Ticket Booth                                 208
SBS-01-1.104A   Ticket Booth                                  38
SBS-01-1.104B   Ticket Booth                                  39
SBS-01-1.114    Umpires Lounge                               221
SBS-01-1.114A   Umpires Toilet/Shower                         87
SBS-01-1.114B   Umpires Toilet/Shower                         73
SBS-01-1.1E1    W020, Elevator                                58
SBS-01-1.202    Locker Room                                  817
SBS-01-1.202B   Equipment Room                               225
SBS-01-1.202C   Laundry Room                                 211
SBS-01-1.202D   Locker Room Toilets                          321
SBS-01-1.202E   Locker Room Showers                          184
SBS-01-1.204    Training Room                                273
SBS-01-1.206    Coaches Office                               209
SBS-01-1.206A   Coaches Toilet/Shower                        106
SBS-01-1.208    Public Restroom – Men                        289
SBS-01-1.304    Visiting Team Locker Room                    439
SBS-01-1.304A   Visiting Team Locker Room                    471
SBS-01-1.304B   Visitors Shower                              300
SBS-01-1.304C   Visitors Toilet                               70
SBS-01-1.306    Public Restroom - Women                      361
SBS-02-2.102A   Press Box                                    193
SBS-02-2.102B   Press Box                                    272
SBS-02-2.102C   Press Box                                    353
                Total SBS Square Feet                      5,818




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                       STD: Darrell K Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium

OVERVIEW:
The Darrell K Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium is bordered by San Jacinto Boulevard, 23rd
Street, and Robert Dedman. Stadium west and east are used for daily UT Athletics‟ operations.
Contractor for daily operations will be responsible for cleaning restrooms, staff offices, lounges,
lobbies, conference rooms, and hallways.

Prohibited cleaning times: All areas listed are to be cleaned every Friday. During football
season, all areas are to be cleaned every Monday following each home football game.

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   STD West 1.246 Office Suite cleaned, including Conference Room
   STD West 1.228A and 1.228BA Office and Restroom
   STD West 1.216A EMS Station Restroom
   STD West 3.232 T-Room and Restrooms
   STD East 6.402 Special Events Office Suite and Restroom

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
STD is used for various reasons during a home football game and will therefore need to be
cleaned during the week preceding a home football game. This will also require a specific
number of attendants on site per area during a home football game. These expectations are
listed separately on the “Football Game Day Operations” page.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
Certain areas of STD are used throughout the year for special events. These are scheduled
periodically and will affect the hospitality areas, suites, lounges, and restrooms on Levels 8 and
9. These expectations are listed separately on the “Special Events Operations” page.

         BLDG-FL-RM                               ROOM TYPE                     SQUARE FEET
    STD-01W-1.204           Public Restroom – Unisex                                         58
    STD-01W-1.210           Public Restroom – Men                                           434
    STD-01W-1.214           Public Restroom – Women                                         769
    STD-01W-1.216           EMS                                                             338
    STD-01W-1.216A          EMS Restroom – Unisex                                            30
    STD-01W-1.228           Digital Media                                                   820
    STD-01W-1.228A          Chain Crew                                                      243
    STD-01W-1.228B          Facilities Office                                               239
    STD-01W-1.228BA         Facilities Restroom                                              72
    STD-01W-1.228C          Officials Locker Room                                         1,169
    STD-01W-1.228CC         Officials Shower                                                169
    STD-01W-1.228CD         Officials Toilet                                                242
    STD-01W-1.236           Public Restroom – Men                                           560
    STD-01W-1.238           Public Restroom – Unisex                                         56
    STD-01W-1.246           Facilities Office                                               784
    STD-01W-1.246E          Facilities Office                                               121
    STD-01W-1.246F          Facilities Break Room                                           254
    STD-01W-1.246FA         Facilities Restroom – Men                                       288
    STD-01W-1.246H          Facilities Restroom – Women                                     180
    STD-01W-1.246J          Facilities Office                                               134
    STD-01W-1.246K          Facilities Office                                               152
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STD-01W-1.246M    Facilities Restroom – Unisex                     55
STD-01W-1.246N    Facilities Office                               136
STD-01W-1.246P    Facilities Office                               108
STD-01W-1.246Q    Facilities Office                               108
STD-01W-1.246S    Facilities Conference Room                      261
STD-01W-1.250     Public Restroom – Women                         631
STD-01W-1.270     Stadium Office                                  169
STD-01W-1.270A    Stadium Office                                  201
STD-01W-1.270AA   Stadium Office - Unisex                          55
STD-01W-1.272     Public Restroom – Women                         774
STD-01W-1.276     Public Restroom – Men                           434
STD-01W-1.282     Public Restroom – Unisex                         55
STD-01E-1.412     Public Restroom – Women                       1,263
STD-01E-1.424     Public Restroom – Men                         1,010
STD-01E-1.426     Public Restroom – Unisex                         73
STD-01E-1.440     Public Restroom – Women                       1,263
STD-01E-1.444     Public Restroom – Men                         1,010
STD-01E-1.446     Public Restroom – Unisex                         73
STD-01E-1.450     Public Restroom – Women                       1,264
STD-01E-1.462     Public Restroom – Men                         1,010
STD-01E-1.464     Public Restroom – Unisex                         73
STD-01E-1.468     Public Restroom – Women                       1,255
STD-01E-1.480     EMS Station                                     506
STD-01E-1.480A    EMS Restroom – Unisex                            42
STD-03W-3.206     Public Restroom – Women                         637
STD-03W-3.210     Public Restroom – Men                           385
STD-03W-3.212     Restroom – Unisex                                53
STD-03W-3.222     Public Restroom – Men                           385
STD-03W-3.224     Restroom – Unisex                                53
STD-03W-3.226     Public Restroom – Women                         637
STD-03W-3.232     T Room Lounge                                 3,185
STD-03W-3.232A    T Room Lounge                                   489
STD-03W-3.232B    T Room Lounge                                   268
STD-03W-3.232C    T Room Entrance                                 104
STD-03W-3.232E    T Room Men RR                                   201
STD-03W-3.232G    T Room Women RR                                 226
STD-03W-3.202     Weight Room                                   4,097
STD-03W-3.202C    Restroom – Women                                714
STD-03W-3.202B    Restroom – Men                                  201
STD-03W-3.202A    Weight Room Office                               46
STD-05W-5.202     Restroom – Men                                  475
STD-05W-5.212     Restroom – Women                                660
STD-05W-5.214     Restroom – Unisex                                55
STD-05W-5.220     Restroom – Women                                660
STD-05W-5.222     Restroom – Unisex                                55
STD-05W-5.234     Restroom – Men                                  408
STD-06E-6.402     Special Events Office                           248
STD-06E-6.402A    Special Events Office                           260
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STD-06E-6.402B   Special Events Office                          234
STD-06E-6.402D   Special Events Unisex                           41
STD-07E-7.401    Restroom – Men                                 173
STD-07E-7.403    Restroom – Women                               190
STD-07E-7.404    Restroom – Unisex                               62
STD-07E-7.434    Restroom – Unisex                               60
STD-07E-7.438    Public Restroom – Men                          206
STD-07E-7.440    Public Restroom – Women                        217
STD-08E-8.400    Suite Corridor                              11,735
STD-08E-8.426    Restroom – Unisex                               60
STD-08E-8.428    Suite                                          613
STD-08E-8.428A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.430    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.430A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.432    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.432A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.434    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.434A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.436    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.436A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.438    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.438A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.440    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.440A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.442    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.442A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.444    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.444A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.446    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.446A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.448    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.448A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.450    Suite                                          617
STD-08E-8.450A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.452    Suite                                          617
STD-08E-8.452A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.454    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.454A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.456    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.456A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.458    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.458A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.460    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.460A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.462    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.462A   Suite Restroom                                  46
STD-08E-8.464    Suite                                          632
STD-08E-8.464A   Suite Restroom                                  46
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STD-08E-8.466    Suite                                           632
STD-08E-8.466A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-08E-8.468    Suite                                           632
STD-08E-8.468A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-08E-8.470    Suite                                           611
STD-08E-8.470A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-08E-8.472    Suite                                           611
STD-08E-8.472A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-08E-8.474    Suite                                           573
STD-08E-8.474A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.400    Suite Corridor                               12,351
STD-09E-9.424    Suite                                           629
STD-09E-9.424A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.426    Suite                                           611
STD-09E-9.426A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.428    Suite                                           610
STD-09E-9.428A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.429    Unisex RR                                        61
STD-09E-9.430    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.430A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.432    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.432A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.434    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.434A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.436    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.436A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.438    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.438A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.440    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.440A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.442    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.442A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.444    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.444A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.446    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.446A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.448    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.448A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.450    Suite                                           616
STD-09E-9.450A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.452    Suite                                           616
STD-09E-9.452A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.454    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.454A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.456    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.456A   Suite Restroom                                   46
STD-09E-9.458    Suite                                           630
STD-09E-9.458A   Suite Restroom                                   46
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STD-09E-9.460     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.460A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.462     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.462A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.464     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.464A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.466     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.466A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.468     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.468A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.470     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.470A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.472     Suite                                         630
STD-09E-9.472A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.474     Suite                                         612
STD-09E-9.474A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.476     Suite                                         616
STD-09E-9.476A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-09E-9.478     Suite                                         628
STD-09E-9.478A    Suite Restroom                                 46
STD-10E-10.414    Public Restroom – Women                       747
STD-10E-10.416    EMS Station                                   272
STD-10E-10.420    EMS Station                                   178
STD-10E-10.420A   EMS Station Restroom – Unisex                  45
STD-10E-10.424    Public Restroom – Men                         571
STD-10E-10.428    Public Restroom – Unisex                       57
STD-10E-10.432    Public Restroom – Unisex                       57
STD-10E-10.434    Public Restroom – Men                         571
STD-10E-10.438    Public Restroom – Women                       752
                  Total STD Square Feet                      97,031




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                     TSC: Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center

OVERVIEW:
The Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center is located on San Jacinto Street, near Martin
Luther King Boulevard. Because it is occupied not only by UT Athletics but also by RecSports,
Kinesiology, and Longhorn Aquatics, this scope of work will only describe that which concerns
UT Athletics.

TSC hosts all home men‟s and women‟s swimming and diving meets and practices and camps
throughout the year. Contractor will be responsible for cleaning the Athletics spaces of TSC
which include staff offices, storage rooms, locker rooms, and saunas.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean from 1:00-5:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dust, disinfect, and wipe down walls and doors
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors
    Spot clean carpets
    Clean locker rooms and office spaces

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean locker rooms and saunas up to three (3) times per week

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Shampoo carpet

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
TSC hosts approximately six (6) home meets each season with the potential for post season
competition. While this requires no attendants on-site during the event, the locker rooms and
coaches‟ offices must be cleaned day of meet, before events start.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
TSC is used periodically throughout the year for swimming and diving camps.

     BLDG-FL-RM                            ROOM TYPE                        SQUARE FEET
   TSC-01-1.104B           Women S/D Locker Room                                   1,018
   TSC-01-1.104BA          Women S/D Sauna                                            62
   TSC-01-1.108B           Men S/D Locker Room                                       914
   TSC-01-1.108BA          Men S/D Sauna                                              61
   TSC-01-1.108BB          Storage Room                                              128
   TSC-01-1.110            Men Diving Office                                          98
   TSC-01-1.110A           Men Diving Closet                                          18
   TSC-01-1.114            Women S/D Office                                          189
   TSC-01-1.116            Men Swimming Office                                       189
                           Total TSC Square Feet                                   2,677




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                             TTC: Penick-Allison Tennis Center

OVERVIEW:
The Penick-Allison Tennis Center is located on Trinity Street, south of Martin Luther King
Boulevard. It is used for home men‟s and women‟s tennis practices, games, and camps
throughout the year. Contractor will be responsible for cleaning restrooms, elevator, hallways,
staff offices, officials‟ area, multipurpose room, camp office, meeting room, locker rooms,
equipment rooms, training room, and scoreboard booth.

Prohibited cleaning times: May not clean from 2:00-6:00pm any day.

Daily Cleaning Expectations:
    Check and fill paper and liquid dispensers in restrooms
    Empty trash cans and sanitary receptacles
    Dusting, disinfecting, and wiping down walls and doors
    Clean home team locker rooms and staff offices
    Spot clean all carpets
    Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors

Weekly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean training room up to three (3) times per week
   Terminal clean home teams and coaches‟ locker rooms
   Clean doors, floors, and walls of elevator

Monthly Cleaning Expectations:
   Terminal clean officials‟ and visiting team locker room
   Wipe down all doors, vents, window sills, baseboards

Yearly Cleaning Expectations:
    Shampoo all carpets four (4) times per year
    Wax and buff all hard floors four (4) times per year

GAME DAY EXPECTATIONS:
TTC hosts approximately 30 home meets each season with the potential for post season
competition. While this requires no attendants on-site during the event, the locker rooms, public
restrooms, and scoreboard room must be cleaned day of meet, before events start. This
includes sweeping and mopping all floors of these locations.

SPECIAL EVENT EXPECTATIONS:
TTC is used periodically throughout the year for tennis camps.

       BLDG-FL-RM                           ROOM TYPE                        SQUARE FEET
   TTC-01-1.006            Public Restroom – Men                                          155
   TTC-01-1.006A           Public Restroom – Men                                          134
   TTC-01-1.020            Public Restroom – Women                                        155
   TTC-01-1.020A           Public Restroom – Women                                        134
   TTC-01-1.0E1            Elevator                                                        37
   TTC-01-1.100            Public Corridor                                              2,145
   TTC-01-1.104            Facility Office                                                226
   TTC-01-1.106            Facility Office                                                154
   TTC-01-1.108            Men Officials Toilet                                            69
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TTC-01-1.108A   Men Officials Shower                         75
TTC-01-1.110    Multipurpose Room                           759
TTC-01-1.112    Camp Office                                 146
TTC-01-1.114    Meeting Room                                332
TTC-01-1.116    Women Officials Toilet                       69
TTC-01-1.116A   Women Officials Shower                       72
TTC-01-1.118    Women Visitor Locker Room                   392
TTC-01-1.118A   Women Visitor Toilet                         96
TTC-01-1.118B   Women Visitor Shower                        142
TTC-01-1.120    Men Visitor Locker Room                     392
TTC-01-1.120A   Men Visitor Toilet                           96
TTC-01-1.120B   Men Visitor Shower                          142
TTC-01-1.122    Women Locker Room                           601
TTC-01-1.122A   Women Locker Room Shower                    167
TTC-01-1.122B   Women Locker Room Toilet                     96
TTC-01-1.124    Men Locker Room                             601
TTC-01-1.124A   Men Locker Room Shower                      167
TTC-01-1.124B   Men Locker Room Toilet                       96
TTC-01-1.126    Men Coaches Office                          135
TTC-01-1.126A   Men Coaches Shower/Toilet                    79
TTC-01-1.128    Men Equipment                               195
TTC-01-1.130    Women Coaches Office                        135
TTC-01-1.130A   Women Coaches Shower/Toilet                  79
TTC-01-1.132    Women Equipment                             195
TTC-01-1.134    Training Room                               250
TTC-01-1.136    Facility Office                             183
                Scoreboard Booth                            250
                Total TTC Square Feet                     9,151




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                              Future Construction Operations

UT Athletics constantly strives to improve its facilities through on-going and new construction
projects. Cleaning requirements for future spaces will be included in amendments to Custodial
Contract. Currently under construction:
     BEL 528 – hospitality area – to be completed by September 3, 2011 (included in this bid)
     NEZ Level 7 – staff and coaching offices – to be completed by summer 2012
     NEZ Basement – weight/training room – to be completed by summer 2012




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                            Football Game Day Custodial Operations

Schedule: first official day on campus is to be Monday, August 1, 2011. It is necessary to clean
STD, NEZ and BEL areas prior to the Lake Travis vs. Westlake high school football game
scheduled for Saturday, August 27, 2011. Contractor will begin cleaning on Monday, August 29,
2011 for the Texas vs. Rice football game scheduled for September 3, 2011. Only game day-
related work will be done prior to September 1st.Starting September 1st, all other bid-related
work will start.

Game times: there will be six (6) UT home football games per year. Game times for UT Football
games are not determined until 6-12 days prior to scheduled date. UT Athletics hosts at least
one (1) high school football game per season with potential to host additional games.

Athletics staff will provide trash bags, trash liners, roll towels, foaming soap, batteries, toilet
paper, facial tissues, brooms, dustpans, mops, and mop buckets for use at all home football
games. Athletics staff will pre-stock restrooms and janitor closets with the abovementioned
supplies.

PRE-SEASON/POST-SEASON CLEANING EXPECTATIONS:
Pre-season cleaning to begin August 1st. Must be completed by September 2nd.
Post-season cleaning to begin after the conclusion of the final high school football game.
Must be completed by late December, specific date to be determined.
    Wax and buff hard floors in all EMS stations, locker rooms, ticket booths, suite lobbies,
      and elevators. Completely wipe down all surfaces.
    Terminal clean EMS stations and locker rooms monthly August-December; December
      cleaning is to be performed after the last high school football game
    After the last game of the season, final clean all restrooms, locker rooms, TV compound,
      ticket booths, and Gates 7 and 25 stadium offices

UT PRE-GAME CLEANING EXPECTATIONS:
Pre-game cleaning may not begin until Monday of game week. Must lock all areas after
cleaning. Must complete cleaning of all areas by 12:00pm on Friday before a home football
game. In the event of a Thursday night high school game prior to a Saturday UT game, all lower
level areas will have to be cleaned on Friday. Visitors‟ locker room and TV compound would
have to be cleaned prior 9:00am on Friday.

Areas to be cleaned
    All restrooms on West side Levels 1, 3, and 5
    All restrooms on East side Levels 1, 7, and 10
    All restrooms on NEZ Levels 1 (Level 1 includes two (2) field level restrooms), 6, and 10
    All restrooms BEL (west side) Level 7 and 11
    Restrooms in the Game Day Will Call at Gate 8
    STD East North End Ticket Office
    NEZ Game Day Will Call Ticket Booth
    NEZ Visiting Team Ticket Booth
    Gates 7 and 25 Stadium Offices
    NEZ Basement TV Compound
    Visiting Team Locker Room
    115 Stadium Suites
    BEL, STD, and NEZ Hospitality Areas
    EMS Stations on West Level 1, BEL Level 11 (west side upper deck) East Levels 1 and
       10, NEZ Gate 8, Level 6 and Level 10

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      Officials Locker Room, Chain Crew Locker Room, Facilities Staff Office, and Digital
       Media Room on West Level 1
      T-Room (note: potential additional cleaning necessary if television crew uses room prior
       to gates opening. Time to be determined.)
      Must be cleaned Friday before home football games: NEZ Cheer Offices, NEZ
       Maintenance Break Room, NEZ Security Office

Staffing requirements and responsibilities
Facilities/Operations will provide six (6) two-way radios for game day. Contractor must provide
one contact person for game day. Supervisor is to report six (6) hours prior to scheduled game
time. Supervisor will be required to inspect all areas and troubleshoot prior to staff arrival. Staff
is to report three (3) hours prior to scheduled game time. Limited amount of parking permits will
be available on game day. It will be the responsibility of the contractor to transport all staff to
stadium on game days and to notify Athletics staff of the details of this procedure. Athletics will
issue credentials to Contractor for staff working game week and game day. It will be the
responsibility of the contractor to distribute these credentials to all custodial staff. Contractor
must provide Athletics staff with custodial staff roster by Friday at 8:00am before a home
football game. Custodial staff working in public concourse areas must wear designated collared
shirt and casual khaki shorts or slacks; however, staff working in premium seating locations and
hospitality areas must wear slacks. Athletics will not provide any food to staff on game days.
Water will be provided in coolers at stadium gates and public water fountains located throughout
the stadium.

      Provide one (1) floor crew (minimum of two (2) attendants) that will clean bio hazard
       incidents, if necessary, in any areas of the stadium. Crew must be able to clean
       sewage-related problems.

      Restroom attendants:
          o Clean, stock, and maintain restrooms throughout the game
          o Report any plumbing problems to Custodial Supervisor who will then report to
              game day operations booth
          o Must monitor restrooms during the entire game and clean out the trash after
              game is over
          o Provide one (1) male attendant per restroom and one (1) female attendant per
              restroom per level for the following levels:
                   STD West Level 1, 3, 5, BEL level 7 (west side of stadium) and BEL Level
                     11 (west side upper deck)
                   STD East Level 1, 7, and 10
                   NEZ Levels 1 (Level 1 attendants monitor 2 field level restrooms), 6 and
                     10
                   All unisex restrooms are to be monitored jointly by the abovementioned
                     attendants
          o Provide one (1) attendant for the BEL Level 8 press box

      Stadium attendants:
          o Responsible for any liquid spills or vomit in the stadium seating or concourse
              areas
          o Can assist sweepers or restroom attendants as needed
          o Athletics staff will provide mops, brooms and dustpans, located in janitor closets
          o Cleaning requests will come into stadium offices or Operations Booth then sent
              to Custodial Supervisor
          o Provide two (2) attendants on each of the following levels
                   STD West Levels 1, 3, 5, 7, and BEL 11 (west upper deck)
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                     STD East Levels 1, 7, and 10
                     NEZ Levels 1, 6 and 10 – food court attendants must wipe down tables,
                      sweep trash, and spot mop as needed

      Trash Sweepers:
          o Monitor, empty, and transport trash and recycling bags throughout the game.
              Athletics has limited number of hand truck trash dollies to transport trash bags to
              dumpsters located on outside the stadium
          o Athletics staff will stock janitors closets with trash bags, brooms and dustpans
          o Sweep concourse areas and dispose of trash
          o Required to stay after game is over to empty all trash cans and sweep all
              concourses
          o All trash sweepers will be posted outside the stadium, monitoring trash until
              game time. Will move to concourse levels after kick off once trash is picked up
              outside the gates
          o Provide the following staff to sweep and transport trash
                   Two (2) to remain outside the gates at STD West, STD East and NEZ
                   Two (2) each STD West Levels 1, 3, and 5 and BEL 7 and 11 (west upper
                      deck)
                   Two (2) each STD East Levels 1, 7, and 10
                   Two (2) each NEZ Levels 1, 6, and 10
                   Recommend one (1) staff for each level on each side as a runner from
                      concourse to dumpsters
                   One (1) person to work the trash compactors in the NEZ loading dock.
                      Must arrive three (3) hours prior to scheduled game time. Responsible for
                      loading trash into compactors and keeping area surrounding compactors
                      clean. Required to stay on site until 30 minutes after the game.

UT POST-GAME CLEANING EXPECTATIONS:
    Concourse levels are to be clear of trash before custodial staff may leave the stadium
    Empty, re-bag, and flip over trash cans. Compile full bags and leave on concourse.
    Clean T-Room by 11:00am the following day
    Crew to pick up trash left behind in the Black Lands neighborhood by 11:00am the
     following day
          o Blackland Neighborhood Association is bounded by Manor Rd on the north,
             Chestnut on the east, MLK on the south, and Comal on the west
    Clean visitor locker room, official locker room, press box and TV compound by 5:00pm
     the Monday following a home football game

HOSPITALITY AREA EXPECTATIONS
   The Champions Club
        o Club located at Texas Performing Arts/Bass Concert Hall (TPA/BCH) inside
           lobby of 5 levels and outside plaza area
        o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean inside and outside
           of the TPA on game day; shut down area (lights, lock doors, etc.)
        o Ten (10) staff members to monitor trash and recycling, clear tables, maintain
           restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
        o Both trash and recycling dumpsters located at TPA south plaza entrance and
           west loading dock
        o TPA will provide restroom supplies. Vendor will provide equipment. Athletics will
           provide recycle containers and liners.
   The Corral Club
        o Located in the tent and shaded parking area at MNC
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       o   Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean on game day;
           shut down area (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Two (2) trash sweepers to monitor trash and recycling and sweep trash in Corral
           Club.
       o Athletics will provide trash bags, brooms and dustpans
       o Dumpsters located on the roof of MNC and 1 trash cart provided to transport
           trash and recycling to dumpsters
   Centennial Room:
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
       o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean on game day;
           shut down room (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Five (5) cleaning attendants to monitor trash and recycling, clear tables, maintain
           restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
       o Two (2) janitors closets
       o Bar needs detail pre- and post-clean
   BEL 528 (name to be determined)
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
       o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean on game day;
           shut down room (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Two (2) cleaning attendants to monitor trash and recycling, clear tables, maintain
           restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
       o Bar needs detail pre- and post-clean
   Westside suites
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
       o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean suites and shut
           down suites (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Six (6) cleaning attendants per Westside suites to monitor trash and recycling,
           clear tables, maintain restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
       o Two (2) janitors closets
   NEZ suites Level 9 suites
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
       o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean suites and shut
           down suites (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Ten (10) cleaning attendants per all suites to monitor trash and recycling, clear
           tables, maintain restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
       o One (1) janitor closet
   NEZ suites Level 8 suites
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
       o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean suites and shut
           down suites (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Four (4) cleaning attendants per suites to monitor trash and recycling, clear
           tables, maintain restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
       o Use two (2) janitors closets in the UT Club NEZ
   Eastside suites Level 8 and 9
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
       o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean suites and shut
           down suites (lights, lock doors, etc.)
       o Twelve (12) cleaning attendants per eastside suites to monitor trash and
           recycling, clear tables, maintain restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum
           carpets
       o One (1) janitors closet per floor
   NEZ Club 8
       o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday

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          o  Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean suites and shut
             down suites (lights, lock doors, etc.)
          o Sixteen (16) cleaning attendants to monitor trash and recycling, clear tables,
             maintain restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
          o Two (2) janitors closets
          o Bar needs detail pre- and post-clean
      Tower Suite
          o Pre-clean starts on Wednesday
          o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; post clean suites and shut
             down suites (lights, lock doors, etc.)
          o Attendant from eastside suites can check on tower suite
      Tower Northwest
          o Pre-clean starts pending when weekly events are over
          o In-game clean is needed occasionally
          o Post-game clean can take place following week
          o No attendants
      T-Room
          o Game day arrival three (3) hours before game time; shut down room (lights, lock
             doors, etc.)
          o One (1) cleaning attendant to monitor trash and recycling, clear tables, maintain
             restrooms, sweep hard surfaces and vacuum carpets
          o Bar needs detail pre- and post-event clean

   Notes: Each premium and hospitality area has recycling containers mixed in with trash
   containers. Attendants required to sort and collect recycling material and transport to
   appropriate location for collection. During the year carpet in these areas would need to be
   spot steam cleaned and yearly the whole area addressed.
   Attendants scan public restrooms on NEZ level 9, East level 8 and 9 corridors, NEZ club,
   and Centennial. Clean lobbies plus escalators going up to NEZ club. Attendants stock
   restrooms during the game and post-clean. Attendants will clean glass doors in NEZ club 8
   pre- and post-game. Cleaning attendants will provide vacuum cleaners and necessary
   supplies for cleaning.

HIGH SCHOOL PRE-GAME CLEANING EXPECTATIONS:
Note: annual Spring Game is prepped similar to high school games. Additional hospitality areas
will potentially be used during the Spring Game.
      All restrooms on West Side Levels 1, 3 and 5, BEL Level 7 North (west side)
      All restrooms on East Side Levels 1, 7 North End
      All restrooms NEZ Levels 1 and 6
      Press Box
      Gate 25 Stadium Office
      NEZ Game Day Will Call and Visiting Team Will Call Ticket Booths
      Provide two (2) restroom attendants for NEZ Food Court
      EMS stations on West Level 1, East Level 1, NEZ Level 1
      Officials Locker Room, Chain Crew Locker Room, Facilities Staff Office, and Digital
        Media Room on West Level 1
      NEZ Visiting Team Locker Room
      NEZ TV Compound (only for televised high school games)
      Cheer Offices and Locker Room

HIGH SCHOOL POST-GAME CLEANING EXPECTATIONS:
    Clean visitor locker room, official locker room, cheer locker room, press box and TV
      compound by 5:00pm the Monday following a home football game
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                     Special Event (Non-Football Game Day) Operations

OVERVIEW:

Multiple facilities are used for daily UT Athletics‟ operations and football game days as well as
various special events throughout the year. Contractor for special event services will be
responsible for cleaning all hospitality areas and suites. Attendants are expected to perform a
pre-event, in-event, and post-event cleaning for all special events. Specific duties, hours, and
number of attendants will be determined based on event location, time, and size. Attendants
arrive approximately one (1) hour prior to event and leave approximately one (1) hour after the
event. Events last three-four (3-4) hours on average.

SPECIAL EVENT SPACES:
    Carpenter-Winkel Centennial Room (9th               Red McCombs Red Zone Food Court (1st
     floor BEL)                                           floor NEZ)
    The Loft (9th floor NEZ)                            The Terrace (6th floor NEZ)
    The Rooftop (10th floor NEZ)                        The Club (8th floor NEZ)
    Rowling Hall (8th and 9th floor STD east)           UFCU-DFF and DKR suites
    BEL 528 (to be renamed Fall 2011)                   T-Room
    Denton Cooley Pavilion                              Tower Suite

Pre-Event Cleaning Expectations:
    Clean event elevators and lobbies
    Vacuum event space
    Clean and stock event restroom(s)
    Wipe down tables
    Disinfect bar area – wipe down surfaces, sweep/mop floor

In-Event Cleaning Expectations:
     Be on call
     Monitor restrooms
     Monitor trash cans and recycling receptacles

Post-Event Cleaning Expectations:
    Empty trash cans and recycling receptacles
    Vacuum event space
    Clean event restroom(s)
    Wipe down tables
    Disinfect bar area




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                                           SECTION 6

                            PRICING AND DELIVERY SCHEDULE


Proposal of: ___________________________________
             (Proposer Company Name)

To:        The University of Texas ____________________

Ref.:      Custodial Services related to the

RFP No.: __________________



Ladies and Gentlemen:

Having carefully examined all the specifications and requirements of this RFP and any
attachments thereto, the undersigned proposes to furnish custodial services required pursuant
to the above-referenced Request for Proposal upon the terms quoted below.

6.1     Pricing for Services Offered

        ________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________


6.2     Delivery Schedule of Events and Time Periods

        ________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________

        ________________________________________________________________




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Pricing sheet broken down by facility, event and terminal cleaning with the intent to
adjust cleaning frequencies based on final bid quote.

                   Day-to-Day Operations Cleaning (excluding Events)

                                           Building        Price per Month
                                            AFP
                                             BEL
                                            DCP
                                            DFF*
                                            GRE*
                                            LDH
                                            MFH
                                            MMS
                                            MNC*
                                            NEZ
                                            ROW
                                            SBS*
                                            STD
                                            TSC
                                            TTC

                 Total Monthly Cost For All Buildings*

*Denotes buildings in which monthly duties change during athletic seasons. Monthly quote to
be average cost for year.




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       Events/Non-Football Game Cleaning: Price quote for specialty events and non-football
       games that require pre-event cleaning and/or post-event cleaning, and some require attendants.
       Football game day cost not included in this quote. Please refer to Facility Information and
       Expectations (pages 35-75 and 81) for additional Special Event information.

BLDG                                     EVENT INFORMATION                                          COST

AFP:      May request weekend cleaning for football and cheer camps.
          1. Men and Women Common Area Restrooms
                     a. Price per cleaning

BEL:      Quote for special events in hospitality areas.
          1. Centennial Room
                      a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                      b. Price per post-event cleaning
                      c. Hourly price per attendant
                                Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)
          2. BEL 528
                      a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                      b. Price per post-event cleaning
                      c. Hourly price per attendant
                                Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)

DCP:      Quote for both men and women basketball games to provide restroom, locker room,
          and multipurpose room cleaning
          1. Courtside Club
                      a. Hourly price per attendant
                               Total Cost Per Game (assume three-hour event, 2 attendants)
                                           Total Cost Per Season (assume 40-game schedule)

DFF:      Quote for restroom/suite attendants for cleaning all areas of DFF both before and after
          all UT home baseball games. NCAA tournament and high school games are to be
          invoiced on a per game basis.
          1. Player Development Area
                        a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                        b. Price per post-game cleaning
          2. Officials‟/Visiting Team Locker Room Area
                        a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                        b. Price per post-game cleaning
          3. Level 1 Public Restrooms, Suite Lobby, Facilities Office, Ticket Office and EMS
          Station
                        a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                        b. Price per post-game cleaning
                        c. Hourly price per attendant
          4. Level 2 Press Box and Suite Area
                        a. Hourly price per attendant
                                  Total Cost Per Game (assume three-hour event, 4 attendants)
                                             Total Cost Per Season (assume 35-game schedule)
          5. UIL Baseball Tournament
                        a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                        b. Price per post-game cleaning
                                                  Total Cost For UIL State Baseball Tournament
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GRE:   Pre- and post-game cleaning of home locker room, coach‟s offices, team room,
       training room, visitor‟s locker room, and official‟s locker room. NCAA tournament are
       to be invoiced on a per game basis.
                   a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                   b. Price per post-game cleaning
                                            Total Cost Per Game (assume three-hour event)
                                         Total Cost Per Season (assume 15-game schedule)

MFH    Post-track meet or soccer game cleaning of all common areas including training room,
       officials‟ rooms and rooms specific to the event.
       1. Soccer Games
                     a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                     b. Price per post-game cleaning
                                                                   Total Cost Per Soccer Game
                                 Total Cost Per Soccer Season (assume 15-game schedule)
       2. Single-Day Meets (no attendants)
                     a. Price per pre-meet cleaning
                     b. Price per post-meet cleaning
                                                                 Total Cost for Single-Day Meet
       3. Texas Relays (4 competition days)
                     a. Price per pre-meet cleaning
                     b. Price per post-meet cleaning
                     c. Hourly rate for restroom attendants
                                                                    Total Cost for Texas Relays
       4. UIL State Track Meet (2 competition days)
                     a. Price per pre-meet cleaning
                     b. Price per post-meet cleaning
                     c. Hourly rate for special event attendants
                                                                  Total Cost for UIL State Meet

MMS    Cleaning varies depending on event.
       1. Soccer Games
                  a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                  b. Price per post-game cleaning
                                                                 Total Cost Per Soccer Game
                               Total Cost Per Soccer Season (assume 15-game schedule)
       2. Single-Day Meets (no attendants)
                   a. Price per pre-meet cleaning
                   b. Price per post-meet cleaning
                                                               Total Cost for Single-Day Meet
       3. Texas Relays
                   a. Price per pre-meet cleaning
                   b. Price per post-meet cleaning
                   c. Hourly rate for restroom attendants
                                                                  Total Cost for Texas Relays
       4. UIL State Track Meet
                   a. Price per pre-meet cleaning
                   b. Price per post-meet cleaning
                   c. Hourly rate for special event attendants
                                                                Total Cost for UIL State Meet

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MNC   Vacuum all carpets on Sunday mornings following home football games.
                                                     Total Cost Per Post-Game Sunday
                                   Total Cost Per Season (based on 6-game schedule)

NEZ   Quote for special events in hospitality areas.
      1. Individual Suite
                   a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)
      2. NEZ 8th floor club
                   a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)
      3. NEZ 9th floor loft
                   a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)
      4. Tower Northwest
                   a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)
      5. Terrace Club
                   a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)
      6. NEZ Level 10
                   a. Price per pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 2 attendants)

ROW   Weekend cleaning prior to rowing events.
                                            Total Cost for Saturday or Sunday cleaning

SBS   Clean press box, ticket office, restrooms and locker rooms pre- and post-game.
      1. Softball Game
                   a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                   b. Price per post-game cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                             Total Cost Per Game (assume three-hour event, 1 attendant)
                                      Total Cost Per Season (based on 25-game schedule)
      2. UIL Softball Tournament (excluding attendants)
                   a. Price per pre-game cleaning
                   b. Price per post-game cleaning
                                              Total Cost For UIL State Softball Tournament


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STD   Pre- and post-game cleaning and special event custodial services.
      1. T-Room
                   a. Price per suite pre-event cleaning
                   b. Price per suite post-event cleaning
                   c. Hourly price per attendant
                               Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 1 attendant)
      2. 8th Floor Suites
                   a. Price per suite post-event cleaning
                   b. Hourly price per attendant
                               Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 1 attendant)
      3. 9th Floor Suites
                   a. Price per suite post-event cleaning
                   b. Hourly price per attendant
                               Total Cost Per Event (assume four-hour event, 1 attendant)

TSC   Weekend cleaning prior to swim meets.
                                              Total cost for Saturday or Sunday cleaning

TTC   Weekend cleaning prior to tennis matches.
                                             Total cost for Saturday or Sunday cleaning




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     Football Games

                                   EVENT INFORMATION                                              COST

                          UT Football Game Day Custodial Service
Includes STD East, STD West, BEL and NEZ
          Pre and post-game cleaning
                    a. Total cost for pre-game cleaning of all Public Restrooms, Locker
                    Rooms, EMS Stations, T-Room, Press Box, Stadium Offices, Ticket
                    Offices and TV Compound
                    b. Total cost for post-game cleaning of all Visitor Locker Room, Officials‟
                    Locker Room, Press Box and TV Compound
                    c. Total cost for pre- and post-game cleaning of all hospitality and suite
                    areas
          2. Hospitality and suite attendants
                    a. Total cost for hospitality and suite attendants
                    b. Hourly price per attendant
          3. Stadium attendants and trash sweepers
                    a. Total cost for stadium attendants
                    b. Hourly price per stadium attendants
                    c. Total cost for trash sweepers
                    d. Hourly price per trash sweeper
          4. Standby carpet crew
          5. Sunday cleaning of Blackland Neighborhood
                              TOTAL GAME COST (assume 7-hour event, 140 attendants)

                                   UT Football Spring Game
Excludes BEL Level 7 south, BEL Level 11, NEZ Level 10, STD East Level 7 south and Level
10
          1. Pre-game cleaning of all Public Restrooms, Locker Rooms, EMS Stations, T-
          Room, Press Box and TV Compound
          2. Post-game cleaning of all Visitor Locker Room, Officials‟ Locker Room, Press
          Box and TV Compound
          3. Pre- and post-game cleaning of NEZ Level 8 club
          4. Six (6) attendants for NEZ Level 8 Club and RMRZ Food Court
                      a. Hourly price per attendant

                                  TOTAL GAME COST (assume 4-hour event, 6 attendants)

                               High School Football Games
Excludes BEL Level 7 south, BEL Level 11, NEZ Level 10, STD East Level 7 south and Level
10
          1. Pre-game cleaning of all Public Restrooms, Locker Rooms, EMS Stations, T-
          Room, Press Box and TV Compound
          2. Post-game cleaning of all Visitor Locker Room, Officials‟ Locker Room, Press
          Box and TV Compound
          3. Pre- and post-game cleaning of individual suites in NEZ or STD
                    a. Hourly price per attendant
                                TOTAL GAME COST (assume 4-hour event, 2 attendants)



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Terminal Cleaning
Provide price quote per area that requires terminal cleaning in each facility.

 Building                         Location                        Price per Terminal Cleaning

    BEL      1. EMS Station and Toilet Level 11

    DCP      1. Men Player Locker Room
             2. Men Coaches' Locker Room
             3. Women Player Locker Room
             4. Women Coaches' Locker Room
             5. Training Room
             6. Hydrotherapy Room
             7. Weight Room

    DFF      1. Player Locker Room
             2. Coaches' Locker Room
             3. Training Room
             4. Weight Room
             5. Visiting Team Locker Room
             6. Officials' Locker Room
             7. EMS Station and Toilet

    GRE      1. Player Locker Room
             2. Coaches' Locker Room
             3. Training Room
             4. Visiting Team Locker Room
             5. Officials' Locker Room

    MFH      1. Women Track Locker Room
             2. Women Track Coaches' Locker Room
             3. Women Soccer Locker Room
             4. Women Soccer Coaches' Locker Room
             5. Officials'/Women Staff Locker Room
             6. Officials'/Men Staff Locker Room
             7. Men Track Locker Room
             8. Men Track Coaches' Locker Room
             9. Visiting Team Locker Room (MFH 211)
             10. Visiting Team Locker Room (MFH 214)
             11. Training Room

   MMS       1. EMS Station

   MNC       1. Men Manager Locker Room
             2. Women Manager Locker Room
             3. Equipment Room Shower/Toilet
             4. Weight Room
             5. Weight Room Toilet/Shower (MNC 1.202GA)
             6. Weight Room Toilet/Shower (MNC 1.202H)
             7. Player Locker Room
             8. Unisex Toilet (MNC 1.206)
             9. Training Room
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      10. Training Room Showers and Toilets
      11. Exam Rooms
      12. X-Ray Room
      13. Medical Room Toilets
      14. Hydrotherapy Room
      15. Coaches' Locker Room
      16. Public Restroom (MNC 2.210)
      17. Public Restroom (MNC 2.212)
      18. Unisex Toilet (MNC 2.307)
      19. Head Coaches' Shower/Toilet
      20. Public Restroom (MNC 2.427)
      21. Public Restroom (MNC 2.428)
      22. Unisex Toilet (MNC 2.504)
      23. Unisex Toilet (MNC 2.505)

NEZ   1. EMS Station and Toilet (NEZ 1.120)
      2. Visiting Team Locker Room
      3. Men Cheer Locker Room
      4. Women Cheer Locker Room
      5. EMS Station and Toilet (NEZ 6.158)
      6. EMS Station and Toilet (NEZ 10.138)

ROW   1. Locker Room

SBS   1. Player Locker Room
      2. Coaches' Toilet/Shower
      3. Umpires Locker Room
      4. Visiting Team Locker Room
      5. Training Room

STD   1. EMS Station and Toilet (STD 1.216)
      2. Officials' Locker Room
      3. EMS Station and Toilet (STD 1.480)
      4. EMS Station and Toilet (STD 10.420)

TSC   1. Women Locker Room
      2. Women Sauna
      3. Men Locker Room
      4. Men Sauna

TTC   1. Men Officials' Shower/Toilet
      2. Women Officials' Shower/Toilet
      3. Women Visiting Team Locker Room
      4. Men Visiting Team Locker Room
      5. Women Locker Room
      6. Men Locker Room
      7. Men Coaches' Shower/Toilet
      8. Women Coaches' Shower/Toilet
      9. Training Room



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6.3   University’s Payment Terms

      University‟s standard payment terms for services are “Net 30 days.” Indicate below the
      prompt payment discount that Proposer will provide to University:

      Prompt Payment Discount: _____%_____days/net 30 days.

      Contractor understands and agrees that payments under this Agreement may be subject to
      the withholding requirements of Section 3402(t) of the Internal Revenue Code.


                                         Respectfully submitted,

                                         Proposer: ____________________________


                                                 By: ___________________________
                                                      (Authorized Signature for Proposer)
                                                 Name: _________________________
                                                 Title: __________________________


                                                 Date: __________________________




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                                                APPENDIX ONE

                                       PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS


                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS


SECTION 1: GENERAL INFORMATION.....................................................................................1

SECTION 2: EXECUTION OF OFFER ........................................................................................7

SECTION 3: PROPOSER'S GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE ........................................................11

SECTION 4: ADDENDA CHECKLIST .........................................................................................14




                                                         -i-
                                                                                      APPENDIX ONE


                                          SECTION 1

                                  GENERAL INFORMATION

1.1   Purpose

      University is soliciting competitive sealed proposals from Proposers having suitable
      qualifications and experience providing services in accordance with the terms, conditions
      and requirements set forth in this RFP. This RFP provides sufficient information for
      interested parties to prepare and submit proposals for consideration by University.

      By submitting a proposal, Proposer certifies that it understands this RFP and has full
      knowledge of the scope, nature, quality, and quantity of the services to be performed,
      the detailed requirements of the services to be provided, and the conditions under which
      such services are to be performed. Proposer also certifies that it understands that all
      costs relating to preparing a response to this RFP will be the sole responsibility of the
      Proposer.

      PROPOSER IS CAUTIONED TO READ THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS
      RFP CAREFULLY AND TO SUBMIT A COMPLETE RESPONSE TO ALL
      REQUIREMENTS AND QUESTIONS AS DIRECTED.

1.2   Inquiries and Interpretations

      University may in its sole discretion respond in writing to written inquiries concerning this
      RFP and mail its response as an Addendum to all parties recorded by University as
      having received a copy of this RFP. Only University‟s responses that are made by formal
      written Addenda will be binding on University. Any verbal responses, written
      interpretations or clarifications other than Addenda to this RFP will be without legal
      effect. All Addenda issued by University prior to the Submittal Deadline will be and are
      hereby incorporated as a part of this RFP for all purposes.

      Proposers are required to acknowledge receipt of each Addendum as specified in this
      Section. The Proposer must acknowledge all Addenda by completing, signing and
      returning the Addenda Checklist (ref. Section 4 of APPENDIX ONE). The Addenda
      Checklist must be received by University prior to the Submittal Deadline and should
      accompany the Proposer‟s proposal.

      Any interested party that receives this RFP by means other than directly from University
      is responsible for notifying University that it has received an RFP package, and should
      provide its name, address, telephone number and FAX number to University, so that if
      University issues Addenda to this RFP or provides written answers to questions, that
      information can be provided to such party.

1.3   Public Information

      Proposer is hereby notified that University strictly adheres to all statutes, court decisions
      and the opinions of the Texas Attorney General with respect to disclosure of public
      information.

      University may seek to protect from disclosure all information submitted in response to
      this RFP until such time as a final agreement is executed.


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      Upon execution of a final agreement, University will consider all information,
      documentation, and other materials requested to be submitted in response to this RFP,
      to be of a non-confidential and non-proprietary nature and, therefore, subject to public
      disclosure under the Texas Public Information Act (Government Code, Chapter 552.001,
      et seq.). Proposer will be advised of a request for public information that implicates their
      materials and will have the opportunity to raise any objections to disclosure to the Texas
      Attorney General. Certain information may be protected from release under Sections
      552.101, 552.110, 552.113, and 552.131, Government Code.

1.4   Type of Agreement

      Contractor, if any, will be required to enter into a contract with University in a form
      substantially similar to the Agreement between University and Contractor (the
      “Agreement”) attached to this RFP as APPENDIX TWO and incorporated for all
      purposes.

1.5   Proposal Evaluation Process

      University will select Contractor by using the competitive sealed proposal process
      described in this Section. University will open the HSP Envelope submitted by a
      Proposer prior to opening the Proposer‟s proposal in order to ensure that the Proposer
      has submitted the number of completed and signed originals of the Proposer‟s HUB
      Subcontracting Plan (“HSP”) that are required by this RFP (ref. Section 2.5.4 of the
      RFP.) All proposals submitted by the Submittal Deadline accompanied by the number of
      completed and signed originals of the HSP that are required by this RFP will be opened
      publicly to identify the name of each Proposer submitting a proposal. Any proposals that
      are not submitted by the Submittal Date or that are not accompanied by the number of
      completed and signed originals of the HSP that are required by this RFP will be rejected
      by University as non-responsive due to material failure to comply with advertised
      specifications. After the opening of the proposals and upon completion of the initial
      review and evaluation of the proposals, University may invite one or more selected
      Proposers to participate in oral presentations. University will use commercially
      reasonable efforts to avoid public disclosure of the contents of a proposal prior to
      selection of Contractor.

      University may make the selection of Contractor on the basis of the proposals initially
      submitted, without discussion, clarification or modification. In the alternative, University
      may make the selection of Contractor on the basis of negotiation with any of the
      Proposers. In conducting such negotiations, University will use commercially reasonable
      efforts to avoid disclosing the contents of competing proposals.

      At University's sole option and discretion, University may discuss and negotiate all
      elements of the proposals submitted by selected Proposers within a specified
      competitive range. For purposes of negotiation, University may establish, after an initial
      review of the proposals, a competitive range of acceptable or potentially acceptable
      proposals composed of the highest rated proposal(s). In that event, University will defer
      further action on proposals not included within the competitive range pending the
      selection of Contractor; provided, however, University reserves the right to include
      additional proposals in the competitive range if deemed to be in the best interests of
      University.

      After submission of a proposal but before final selection of Contractor is made,
      University may permit a Proposer to revise its proposal in order to obtain the Proposer's

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      best and final offer. In that event, representations made by Proposer in its revised
      proposal, including price and fee quotes, will be binding on Proposer. University will
      provide each Proposer within the competitive range with an equal opportunity for
      discussion and revision of its proposal. University is not obligated to select the Proposer
      offering the most attractive economic terms if that Proposer is not the most
      advantageous to University overall, as determined by University.

      University reserves the right to (a) enter into an agreement for all or any portion of the
      requirements and specifications set forth in this RFP with one or more Proposers, (b)
      reject any and all proposals and re-solicit proposals, or (c) reject any and all proposals
      and temporarily or permanently abandon this selection process, if deemed to be in the
      best interests of University. Proposer is hereby notified that University will maintain in its
      files concerning this RFP a written record of the basis upon which a selection, if any, is
      made by University.

1.6   Proposer's Acceptance of Evaluation Methodology

      By submitting a proposal, Proposer acknowledges (1) Proposer's acceptance of [a] the
      Proposal Evaluation Process (ref. Section 1.5 of APPENDIX ONE), [b] the Criteria for
      Selection (ref. 2.3 of this RFP), [c] the Specifications and Additional Questions (ref.
      Section 5 of this RFP), [d] the terms and conditions of the Agreement (ref. APPENDIX
      TWO), and [e] all other requirements and specifications set forth in this RFP; and (2)
      Proposer's recognition that some subjective judgments must be made by University
      during this RFP process.

1.7   Solicitation for Proposal and Proposal Preparation Costs

      Proposer understands and agrees that (1) this RFP is a solicitation for proposals and
      University has made no representation written or oral that one or more agreements with
      University will be awarded under this RFP; (2) University issues this RFP predicated on
      University‟s anticipated requirements for the Services, and University has made no
      representation, written or oral, that any particular scope of services will actually be
      required by University; and (3) Proposer will bear, as its sole risk and responsibility, any
      cost that arises from Proposer‟s preparation of a proposal in response to this RFP.

1.8   Proposal Requirements and General Instructions

      1.8.1   Proposer should carefully read the information contained herein and submit a
              complete proposal in response to all requirements and questions as directed.

      1.8.2   Proposals and any other information submitted by Proposer in response to this
              RFP will become the property of University.

      1.8.3   University will not provide compensation to Proposer for any expenses incurred
              by the Proposer for proposal preparation or for demonstrations or oral
              presentations that may be made by Proposer, unless otherwise expressly agreed
              in writing. Proposer submits its proposal at its own risk and expense.

      1.8.4   Proposals that (i) are qualified with conditional clauses; (ii) alter, modify, or revise
              this RFP in any way; or (iii) contain irregularities of any kind, are subject to
              disqualification by University, at University‟s sole discretion.



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      1.8.5   Proposals should be prepared simply and economically, providing a
              straightforward, concise description of Proposer's ability to meet the
              requirements and specifications of this RFP. Emphasis should be on
              completeness, clarity of content, and responsiveness to the requirements and
              specifications of this RFP.

      1.8.6   University makes no warranty or guarantee that an award will be made as a
              result of this RFP. University reserves the right to accept or reject any or all
              proposals, waive any formalities, procedural requirements, or minor technical
              inconsistencies, and delete any requirement or specification from this RFP or the
              Agreement when deemed to be in University's best interest. University reserves
              the right to seek clarification from any Proposer concerning any item contained in
              its proposal prior to final selection. Such clarification may be provided by
              telephone conference or personal meeting with or writing to University, at
              University‟s sole discretion. Representations made by Proposer within its
              proposal will be binding on Proposer.

      1.8.7   Any proposal that fails to comply with the requirements contained in this RFP
              may be rejected by University, in University‟s sole discretion.

1.9   Preparation and Submittal Instructions

      1.9.1   Specifications and Additional Questions

              Proposals must include responses to the questions in Specifications and
              Additional Questions (ref. Section 5 of this RFP). Proposer should reference the
              item number and repeat the question in its response. In cases where a question
              does not apply or if unable to respond, Proposer should refer to the item number,
              repeat the question, and indicate N/A (Not Applicable) or N/R (No Response), as
              appropriate. Proposer should explain the reason when responding N/A or N/R.

      1.9.2   Execution of Offer

              Proposer must complete, sign and return the attached Execution of Offer (ref.
              Section 2 of APPENDIX ONE) as part of its proposal. The Execution of Offer
              must be signed by a representative of Proposer duly authorized to bind the
              Proposer to its proposal. Any proposal received without a completed and signed
              Execution of Offer may be rejected by University, in its sole discretion.

      1.9.3   Pricing and Delivery Schedule

              Proposer must complete and return the Pricing and Delivery Schedule (ref.
              Section 6 of this RFP), as part of its proposal. In the Pricing and Delivery
              Schedule, the Proposer should describe in detail (a) the total fees for the entire
              scope of the Services; and (b) the method by which the fees are calculated. The
              fees must inclusive of all associated costs for delivery, labor, insurance, taxes,
              overhead, and profit.

              University will not recognize or accept any charges or fees to perform the
              Services that are not specifically stated in the Pricing and Delivery Schedule.




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        In the Pricing and Delivery Schedule, Proposer should describe each significant
        phase in the process of providing the Services to University, and the time period
        within which Proposer proposes to be able to complete each such phase.

1.9.4   Proposer‟s General Questionnaire

        Proposals must include responses to the questions in Proposer‟s General
        Questionnaire (ref. Section 3 of APPENDIX ONE). Proposer should reference
        the item number and repeat the question in its response. In cases where a
        question does not apply or if unable to respond, Proposer should refer to the item
        number, repeat the question, and indicate N/A (Not Applicable) or N/R (No
        Response), as appropriate. Proposer should explain the reason when responding
        N/A or N/R.

1.9.5   Addenda Checklist

        Proposer should acknowledge all Addenda to this RFP (if any) by completing,
        signing and returning the Addenda Checklist (ref. Section 4 of APPENDIX ONE)
        as part of its proposal. Any proposal received without a completed and signed
        Addenda Checklist may be rejected by University, in its sole discretion.

1.9.6   Submission

        Proposer should submit all proposal materials enclosed in a sealed envelope,
        box, or container. The RFP No. (ref. Section 1.3 of this RFP) and the Submittal
        Deadline (ref. Section 2.1 of this RFP) should be clearly shown in the lower
        left-hand corner on the top surface of the container. In addition, the name and the
        return address of the Proposer should be clearly visible.

        Proposer must also submit the number of originals of the HUB Subcontracting
        Plan (“HSP”) as required by this RFP (ref. Section 2.5 of the RFP.)

        Upon Proposer‟s request and at Proposer‟s expense, University will return to a
        Proposer its proposal received after the Submittal Deadline if the proposal is
        properly identified. University will not under any circumstances consider a
        proposal that is received after the Submittal Deadline or which is not
        accompanied by the number of completed and signed originals of the HSP that
        are required by this RFP.

        University will not accept proposals submitted by telephone, proposals submitted
        by Facsimile (“FAX”) transmission, or proposals submitted by electronic
        transmission (i.e., e-mail) in response to this RFP.

        Except as otherwise provided in this RFP, no proposal may be changed,
        amended, or modified after it has been submitted to University. However, a
        proposal may be withdrawn and resubmitted at any time prior to the Submittal
        Deadline. No proposal may be withdrawn after the Submittal Deadline without
        University‟s consent, which will be based on Proposer's submittal of a written
        explanation and documentation evidencing a reason acceptable to University, in
        University‟s sole discretion.

        By signing the Execution of Offer (ref. Section 2 of APPENDIX ONE) and
        submitting a proposal, Proposer certifies that any terms, conditions, or

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        documents attached to or referenced in its proposal are applicable to this
        procurement only to the extent that they (a) do not conflict with the laws of the
        State of Texas or this RFP and (b) do not place any requirements on University
        that are not set forth in this RFP or in the Appendices to this RFP. Proposer
        further certifies that the submission of a proposal is Proposer's good faith intent
        to enter into the Agreement with University as specified herein and that such
        intent is not contingent upon University's acceptance or execution of any terms,
        conditions, or other documents attached to or referenced in Proposer‟s proposal.

1.9.7   Page Size, Binders, and Dividers

        Proposals must be typed on letter-size (8-1/2” x 11”) paper, and must be
        submitted in a binder. Preprinted material should be referenced in the proposal
        and included as labeled attachments. Sections within a proposal should be
        divided by tabs for ease of reference.

1.9.8   Table of Contents

        Proposals must include a Table of Contents with page number references. The
        Table of Contents must contain sufficient detail and be organized according to
        the same format as presented in this RFP, to allow easy reference to the
        sections of the proposal as well as to any separate attachments (which should be
        identified in the main Table of Contents). If a Proposer includes supplemental
        information or non-required attachments with its proposal, this material should be
        clearly identified in the Table of Contents and organized as a separate section of
        the proposal.

1.9.9   Pagination

        All pages of the proposal should be numbered sequentially in Arabic numerals (1,
        2, 3, etc.). Attachments should be numbered or referenced separately.




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                                          SECTION 2

                                   EXECUTION OF OFFER


THIS EXECUTION OF OFFER MUST BE COMPLETED, SIGNED AND RETURNED WITH
PROPOSER'S PROPOSAL. FAILURE TO COMPLETE, SIGN AND RETURN THIS
EXECUTION OF OFFER WITH THE PROPOSER’S PROPOSAL MAY RESULT IN THE
REJECTION OF THE PROPOSAL.

2.1   By signature hereon, Proposer represents and warrants the following:

      2.1.1   Proposer acknowledges and agrees that (1) this RFP is a solicitation for a
              proposal and is not a contract or an offer to contract; (2) the submission of a
              proposal by Proposer in response to this RFP will not create a contract between
              University and Proposer; (3) University has made no representation or warranty,
              written or oral, that one or more contracts with University will be awarded under
              this RFP; and (4) Proposer will bear, as its sole risk and responsibility, any cost
              arising from Proposer‟s preparation of a response to this RFP.

      2.1.2   Proposer is a reputable company that is lawfully and regularly engaged in
              providing the Services.

      2.1.3   Proposer has the necessary experience, knowledge, abilities, skills, and
              resources to perform the Services.

      2.1.4   Proposer is aware of, is fully informed about, and is in full compliance with all
              applicable federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations and ordinances.

      2.1.5   Proposer understands (i) the requirements and specifications set forth in this
              RFP and (ii) the terms and conditions set forth in the Agreement under which
              Proposer will be required to operate.

      2.1.6   If selected by University, Proposer will not delegate any of its duties or
              responsibilities under this RFP or the Agreement to any sub-contractor, except
              as expressly provided in the Agreement.

      2.1.7   If selected by University, Proposer will maintain any insurance coverage as
              required by the Agreement during the term thereof.

      2.1.8   All statements, information and representations prepared and submitted in
              response to this RFP are current, complete, true and accurate. Proposer
              acknowledges that University will rely on such statements, information and
              representations in selecting Contractor. If selected by University, Proposer will
              notify University immediately of any material change in any matters with regard to
              which Proposer has made a statement or representation or provided information.

      2.1.9   PROPOSER WILL DEFEND WITH COUNSEL APPROVED BY UNIVERSITY, INDEMNIFY, AND
              HOLD HARMLESS UNIVERSITY, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM, THE STATE OF
              TEXAS, AND ALL OF THEIR REGENTS, OFFICERS, AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES, FROM AND
              AGAINST ALL ACTIONS, SUITS, DEMANDS, COSTS, DAMAGES, LIABILITIES AND OTHER
              CLAIMS OF ANY NATURE, KIND OR DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING REASONABLE ATTORNEYS‟

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             FEES INCURRED IN INVESTIGATING, DEFENDING OR SETTLING ANY OF THE FOREGOING,
             ARISING OUT OF, CONNECTED WITH, OR RESULTING FROM ANY NEGLIGENT ACTS OR
             OMISSIONS OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OF PROPOSER OR ANY AGENT, EMPLOYEE,
             SUBCONTRACTOR, OR SUPPLIER OF PROPOSER IN THE EXECUTION OR PERFORMANCE
             OF ANY CONTRACT OR AGREEMENT RESULTING FROM THIS RFP.

      2.1.10 Pursuant to Sections 2107.008 and 2252.903, Government Code, any payments
             owing to Proposer under any contract or agreement resulting from this RFP may
             be applied directly to any debt or delinquency that Proposer owes the State of
             Texas or any agency of the State of Texas regardless of when it arises, until
             such debt or delinquency is paid in full.

2.2   By signature hereon, Proposer offers and agrees to furnish the Services to University
      and comply with all terms, conditions, requirements and specifications set forth in this
      RFP.

2.3   By signature hereon, Proposer affirms that it has not given or offered to give, nor does
      Proposer intend to give at any time hereafter, any economic opportunity, future
      employment, gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip, favor or service to a public servant
      in connection with its submitted proposal. Failure to sign this Execution of Offer, or
      signing with a false statement, may void the submitted proposal or any resulting
      contracts, and the Proposer may be removed from all proposal lists at University.

2.4   By signature hereon, Proposer certifies that it is not currently delinquent in the payment
      of any taxes due under Chapter 171, Tax Code, or that Proposer is exempt from the
      payment of those taxes, or that Proposer is an out-of-state taxable entity that is not
      subject to those taxes, whichever is applicable. A false certification will be deemed a
      material breach of any resulting contract or agreement and, at University's option, may
      result in termination of any resulting contract or agreement.

2.5   By signature hereon, Proposer hereby certifies that neither Proposer nor any firm,
      corporation, partnership or institution represented by Proposer, or anyone acting for
      such firm, corporation or institution, has violated the antitrust laws of the State of Texas,
      codified in Section 15.01, et seq., Business and Commerce Code, or the Federal
      antitrust laws, nor communicated directly or indirectly the proposal made to any
      competitor or any other person engaged in such line of business.

2.6   By signature hereon, Proposer certifies that the individual signing this document and the
      documents made a part of this RFP, is authorized to sign such documents on behalf of
      Proposer and to bind Proposer under any agreements and other contractual
      arrangements that may result from the submission of Proposer‟s proposal.

2.7   By signature hereon, Proposer certifies as follows:

      "Under Section 231.006, Family Code, relating to child support, Proposer certifies that
      the individual or business entity named in the Proposer‟s proposal is not ineligible to
      receive the specified contract award and acknowledges that any agreements or other
      contractual arrangements resulting from this RFP may be terminated if this certification
      is inaccurate."

2.8   By signature hereon, Proposer certifies that (i) no relationship, whether by blood,
      marriage, business association, capital funding agreement or by any other such kinship
      or connection exists between the owner of any Proposer that is a sole proprietorship, the

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       officers or directors of any Proposer that is a corporation, the partners of any Proposer
       that is a partnership, the joint venturers of any Proposer that is a joint venture or the
       members or managers of any Proposer that is a limited liability company, on one hand,
       and an employee of any component of The University of Texas System, on the other
       hand, other than the relationships which have been previously disclosed to University in
       writing; (ii) Proposer has not been an employee of any component institution of The
       University of Texas System within the immediate twelve (12) months prior to the
       Submittal Deadline; and (iii) no person who, in the past four (4) years served as an
       executive of a state agency was involved with or has any interest in Proposer‟s proposal
       or any contract resulting from this RFP (ref. Section 669.003, Government Code). All
       disclosures by Proposer in connection with this certification will be subject to
       administrative review and approval before University enters into a contract or agreement
       with Proposer.

2.9    By signature hereon, Proposer certifies that in accordance with Section 2155.004,
       Government Code, no compensation has been received for its participation in the
       preparation of the requirements or specifications for this RFP. In addition, Proposer
       certifies that an award of a contract to Proposer will not violate Section 2155.006,
       Government Code, prohibiting University from entering into a contract that involves
       financial participation by a person who, during the previous five years, has been
       convicted of violating federal law or assessed a penalty in a federal civil or administrative
       enforcement action in connection with a contract awarded by the federal government for
       relief, recovery, or reconstruction efforts as a result of Hurricane Rita, Hurricane Katrina,
       or any other disaster occurring after September 24, 2005. Pursuant to Sections
       2155.004 and 2155.006, Government Code, Proposer certifies that Proposer is not
       ineligible to receive the award of or payments under the Agreement and acknowledges
       that the Agreement may be terminated and payment withheld if these certifications are
       inaccurate.

2.10   By signature hereon, Proposer certifies its compliance with all federal laws and
       regulations pertaining to Equal Employment Opportunities and Affirmative Action.

2.11   By signature hereon, Proposer represents and warrants that all products and services
       offered to University in response to this RFP meet or exceed the safety standards
       established and promulgated under the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Law
       (Public Law 91-596) and the Texas Hazard Communication Act, Chapter 502, Health
       and Safety Code, and all related regulations in effect or proposed as of the date of this
       RFP.

2.12   Proposer will and has disclosed, as part of its proposal, any exceptions to the
       certifications stated in this Execution of Offer. All such disclosures will be subject to
       administrative review and approval prior to the time University makes an award or enters
       into any contract or agreement with Proposer.

2.13   Proposer should complete the following information:

       If Proposer is a Corporation, then State of Incorporation:

       If Proposer is a Corporation then Proposer‟s Corporate Charter Number: ______

       RFP No.: _______



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NOTICE: WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS, INDIVIDUALS ARE ENTITLED ON REQUEST TO BE INFORMED ABOUT
THE INFORMATION THAT GOVERNMENTAL BODIES OF THE STATE OF TEXAS COLLECT ABOUT SUCH
INDIVIDUALS. UNDER SECTIONS 552.021 AND 552.023, GOVERNMENT CODE, INDIVIDUALS ARE
ENTITLED TO RECEIVE AND REVIEW SUCH INFORMATION. UNDER SECTION 559.004, GOVERNMENT
CODE, INDIVIDUALS ARE ENTITLED TO HAVE GOVERNMENTAL BODIES OF THE STATE OF TEXAS
CORRECT INFORMATION ABOUT SUCH INDIVIDUALS THAT IS INCORRECT.



Submitted and Certified By:


(Proposer Institution‟s Name)


(Signature of Duly Authorized Representative)


(Printed Name/Title)


(Date Signed)


(Proposer‟s Street Address)


(City, State, Zip Code)


(Telephone Number/Fax Number)


(Email Address)




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                                          SECTION 3

                          PROPOSER’S GENERAL QUESTIONNAIRE


NOTICE: WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS, INDIVIDUALS ARE ENTITLED ON REQUEST TO BE INFORMED ABOUT
THE INFORMATION THAT GOVERNMENTAL BODIES OF THE STATE OF TEXAS COLLECT ABOUT SUCH
INDIVIDUALS. UNDER SECTIONS 552.021 AND 552.023, GOVERNMENT CODE, INDIVIDUALS ARE
ENTITLED TO RECEIVE AND REVIEW SUCH INFORMATION. UNDER SECTION 559.004, GOVERNMENT
CODE, INDIVIDUALS ARE ENTITLED TO HAVE GOVERNMENTAL BODIES OF THE STATE OF TEXAS
CORRECT INFORMATION ABOUT SUCH INDIVIDUALS THAT IS INCORRECT.

Proposals must include responses to the questions contained in this Proposer‟s General
Questionnaire. Proposer should reference the item number and repeat the question in its
response. In cases where a question does not apply or if unable to respond, Proposer should
refer to the item number, repeat the question, and indicate N/A (Not Applicable) or N/R (No
Response), as appropriate. Proposer will explain the reason when responding N/A or N/R.

3.1    Proposer Profile

       3.1.1   Legal name of Proposer company:



               Address of principal place of business:




               Address of office that would be providing service under the Agreement:




               Number of years in Business:

               State of incorporation:

               Number of Employees:

               Annual Revenues Volume:

               Name of Parent Corporation, if any ______________________________
                     NOTE: If Proposer is a subsidiary, University prefers to enter into a
                     contract or agreement with the Parent Corporation or to receive
                     assurances of performance from the Parent Corporation.


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      3.1.2   State whether Proposer will provide a copy of its financial statements for the past
              two (2) years, if requested by University.

      3.1.3   Proposer will provide a financial rating of the Proposer entity and any related
              documentation (such as a Dunn and Bradstreet analysis) that indicates the
              financial stability of Proposer.

      3.1.4   Is Proposer currently for sale or involved in any transaction to expand or to
              become acquired by another business entity? If yes, Proposer will explain the
              expected impact, both in organizational and directional terms.

      3.1.5   Proposer will provide any details of all past or pending litigation or claims filed
              against Proposer that would affect its performance under an Agreement with
              University (if any).

      3.1.6   Is Proposer currently in default on any loan agreement or financing agreement
              with any bank, financial institution, or other entity? If yes, Proposer will specify
              the pertinent date(s), details, circumstances, and describe the current prospects
              for resolution.

      3.1.7   Proposer will provide a customer reference list of no less than three (3)
              organizations with which Proposer currently has contracts and/or to which
              Proposer has previously provided services (within the past five (5) years) of a
              type and scope similar to those required by University‟s RFP. Proposer will
              include in its customer reference list the customer‟s company name, contact
              person, telephone number, project description, length of business relationship,
              and background of services provided by Proposer.

      3.1.8   Does any relationship exist (whether by family kinship, business association,
              capital funding agreement, or any other such relationship) between Proposer and
              any employee of University? If yes, Proposer will explain.

      3.1.9   Proposer will provide the name and Social Security Number for each person
              having at least 25% ownership interest in Proposer. This disclosure is mandatory
              pursuant to Section 231.006, Family Code, and will be used for the purpose of
              determining whether an owner of Proposer with an ownership interest of at least
              25% is more than 30 days delinquent in paying child support. Further disclosure
              of this information is governed by the Texas Public Information Act, Chapter 552,
              Government Code, and other applicable law.

3.2   Approach to Project Services

      3.2.1   Proposer will provide a statement of the Proposer‟s service approach and will
              describe any unique benefits to University from doing business with Proposer.
              Proposer will briefly describe its approach for each of the required services
              identified in Section 5.4 Scope of Work of this RFP.

      3.2.2   Proposer will provide an estimate of the earliest starting date for services
              following execution of an Agreement.

      3.2.3   Proposer will submit a work plan with key dates and milestones. The work plan
              should include:


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              3.2.3.1   Identification of tasks to be performed;

              3.2.3.2   Time frames to perform the identified tasks;

              3.2.3.3   Project management methodology;

              3.2.3.4   Implementation strategy; and

              3.2.3.5   The expected time frame in which the services would be implemented.

      3.2.4   Proposer will describe the types of reports or other written documents Proposer
              will provide (if any) and the frequency of reporting, if more frequent than required
              in the RFP. Proposer will include samples of reports and documents if
              appropriate.

3.3   General Requirements

      3.3.1   Proposer will provide summary resumes for its proposed key personnel who will
              be providing services under the Agreement with University, including their
              specific experiences with similar service projects, and number of years of
              employment with Proposer.

      3.3.2   Proposer will describe any difficulties it anticipates in performing its duties under
              the Agreement with University and how Proposer plans to manage these
              difficulties. Proposer will describe the assistance it will require from University.

3.4   Service Support

      Proposer will describe its service support philosophy, how the philosophy is
      implemented, and how Proposer measures its success in maintaining this philosophy.

3.5   Quality Assurance

      Proposer will describe its quality assurance program, its quality requirements, and how
      they are measured.

3.6   Miscellaneous

      3.6.1   Proposer will provide a list of any additional services or benefits not otherwise
              identified in this RFP that Proposer would propose to provide to University.
              Additional services or benefits must be directly related to the goods and services
              solicited under this RFP.

      3.6.2   Proposer will provide details describing any unique or special services or benefits
              offered or advantages to be gained by University from doing business with
              Proposer. Additional services or benefits must be directly related to the goods
              and services solicited under this RFP.

      3.6.3   Does Proposer have a contingency plan or disaster recovery plan in the event of
              a disaster? If so, then Proposer will provide a copy of the plan.




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                                           SECTION 4

                                      ADDENDA CHECKLIST


Proposal of: ___________________________________
              (Proposer Company Name)

To: The University of Texas _________________________

Ref.: Custodial Services related to

RFP No.: _________________________



Ladies and Gentlemen:

The undersigned Proposer hereby acknowledges receipt of the following Addenda to the
captioned RFP (initial if applicable).

              No. 1 _____    No. 2 _____    No. 3 _____     No. 4 _____   No. 5 _____


                                            Respectfully submitted,

                                            Proposer: ________________________


                                                     By: ___________________________
                                                         (Authorized Signature for Proposer)
                                                     Name: _________________________
                                                     Title: __________________________


                                                     Date: _____________________




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                                      APPENDIX TWO

[NOTE: THIS CONTRACT TEMPLATE IS NOT AN OGC STANDARD FORM CONTRACT.
THIS TEMPLATE IS INTENDED AS GENERAL INFORMATION AND AS AN EXAMPLE
ONLY. THIS TEMPLATE IS NOT INTENDED TO PROVIDE SPECIFIC LEGAL ADVICE
FOR A PARTICULAR SITUATION. PLEASE DO NOT RELY ON THIS TEMPLATE AS A
SUBSTITUTE FOR OBTAINING LEGAL ADVICE FROM A LICENSED ATTORNEY.]


                   AGREEMENT TO PROVIDE CUSTODIAL SERVICES


        This Agreement to Provide Custodial Services (this “Agreement”) is made and entered
into effective as of ____________________, 20_______ (the “Effective Date”), by and between
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS_______________________, an agency and institution of higher
education authorized under the laws of the State of Texas (“University”), and
___________________________, a _________________ (“Contractor”) [Option: , Federal
Tax Identification Number _____________________] [Note: If Contractor is an individual,
delete the following text: “, Federal Tax Identification Number __________________”. DO
NOT INCLUDE AN INDIVIDUAL’S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER IN THIS AGREEMENT.
Please review UTS165 (Information Resources Use and Security Policy) related to
protecting the confidentiality of Social Security numbers.].

       In consideration of the mutual promises and covenants contained in this Agreement,
University and Contractor agree as follows:

1.    TERM - The term of this Agreement will begin on the Effective Date and expire
      _______________, 20_____. [Option: University will have the option to renew this
      Agreement for ______________ (____) additional ___ (____) year terms.]

2.    [Option: TRANSITION PERIOD - Contractor agrees that if this Agreement expires or is
      terminated for any reason, then, at University‟s option, Contractor will continue to
      perform the Custodial Services (ref. Section 3) in accordance with the terms and
      conditions of this Agreement until University contracts with a new qualified and
      experienced contractor(s) to perform the Custodial Services or is able to perform the
      Custodial Services in-house; provided, that, Contractor will not be required to continue
      performing the Custodial Services for more than [Option: ______ (____)] [Option: four
      (4)] months after expiration or termination of this Agreement.

      Contractor will cooperate with, and assist, University‟s efforts to transition to another
      contractor(s) or to perform the Custodial Services in-house.]

3.    STATEMENT OF WORK - Contractor agrees to perform the cleaning and maintenance
      services, including furnishing of personnel, equipment, materials and supplies, and other
      duties and obligations (collectively, "Custodial Services") all as more particularly
      described in this Agreement and SCHEDULE 1 Statement of Work for Custodial
      Services ("Statement of Work") attached and incorporated for all purposes.

      [Option (include if Contractor has performed Custodial Services for University
      before this Agreement is signed): Upon execution of this Agreement, all services
      previously performed by Contractor on behalf of University and included in the

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      description of the Custodial Services, will become a part of the Custodial Services and
      will be subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement.]

4.    SERVICE AREAS - The Custodial Services will be performed at various locations on
      University‟s premises designated in SCHEDULE 2 (collectively, "Service Areas") in
      accordance with the schedule specified in the Statement of Work.

      After 60 days advance written notice to Contractor, University may add additional areas
      or facilities to the Service Areas. The pricing for and the schedule for performance of the
      Custodial Services for any added areas or facilities will be mutually agreed upon by
      University and Contractor through an amendment to this Agreement.

5.    PERMITS AND LICENSES - Contractor will obtain and keep in effect all necessary
      permits, licenses and notices required for its performance under this Agreement, and will
      post or display in a prominent place the permits, licenses and notices as required by
      Applicable Laws (ref. Section 27).

6.    STANDARD OF PERFORMANCE - Contractor agrees to use its best efforts, skill,
      diligence, judgment and abilities to perform the Custodial Services in accordance with
      the standards specified in this Agreement, SCHEDULE 1 Statement of Work and
      Attachment A to SCHEDULE 1 Statement of Work, the highest standards of
      Contractor‟s business, and all Applicable Laws.

7.    QUALITY CONTROL - University desires to keep the Service Areas in an optimum state
      of cleanliness. Contractor will permit inspection of its operations at any time by
      University to determine that University‟s standards of quality and cleanliness are being
      met. In addition, a [Option: _________] [Option: monthly] inspection of the Service
      Areas will be performed by University's [Option: _______________] [Option: Facilities
      Manager], to ensure compliance with this Agreement. [Option (include if Agreement
      includes a renewal option): University will consider the result of these inspections
      when evaluating whether to execute any renewal option(s) for this Agreement.]

8.    SAFETY STANDARDS - Acceptable safety standards will be followed by Contractor to
      assure safety for their staff as well as University staff, visitors, patients, employees, and
      students. [Option (include only if University intends to provide orientation and
      continuing education): University will provide initial orientation and routine continuing
      education to Contractor‟s staff on safety issues and biohazard disposal.]

9.    PRICING AND PAYMENT - Upon satisfactory and complete performance of the
      Custodial Services, University will pay Contractor an annual amount of
      $_______________ [Option (include if University intends to make periodic
      payments): , disbursed in [Option: ____________] [Option: twelve (12) monthly]
      payments of $___________].

10.   PAYMENT TERMS –

      10.1 At the end of each [Option: ________] [Option: calendar month] during the term
      of this Agreement, Contractor will submit to University an invoice (each a “Progress
      Payment”) covering the Custodial Services performed for University to that date, which
      application will be accompanied by documentation that University may reasonably
      request to support the invoice amount. University will, within twenty-one (21) days after

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the date University receives the invoice and supporting documentation for payment,
approve or disapprove the amount reflected in the invoice and, if University approves the
amount or any portion of the amount, University will promptly pay to Contractor the
amount approved in accordance with Chapter 2251, Texas Government Code. If
University disapproves any amount invoiced by Contractor, University will give
Contractor specific reasons for its disapproval in writing within twenty-one (21) days after
the date University receives the invoice and supporting documentation for payment.

10.2 University, an agency of the State of Texas, is exempt from Texas Sales & Use
Tax on the Custodial Services in accordance with Section 151.309, Texas Tax Code,
and Title 34 Texas Administrative Code (“TAC”) Section 3.322. Contractor understands
and agrees that payments under this Agreement may be subject to the withholding
requirements of Section 3402(t) of the Internal Revenue Code.

10.3 Within ten (10) days after termination of this Agreement, Contractor will submit a
final invoice ("Final Invoice") which will set forth all amounts due and remaining unpaid
to Contractor and upon approval of the Final Invoice by University, University will pay
("Final Payment") to Contractor the amount due under the Final Invoice.

10.4 The cumulative amount of all Progress Payments and the Final Payment will not
exceed $___________________ [Note: Insert reasonable contract fee cap.].

10.5 Notwithstanding any provision to the contrary, University will not be obligated to
make any payment (whether a Progress Payment or Final Payment) to Contractor if any
one or more of the following conditions exist:

       10.5.1 Contractor is in breach or default under this Agreement; or

       10.5.2 Any part of the payment is attributable to Custodial Services which are
       not performed in accordance with this Agreement; provided, however, payment
       will be made as to the part attributable to Custodial Services which are performed
       in accordance with this Agreement.

10.6 No partial payment made will be or construed to be final acceptance or approval
of that part of the Custodial Services to which the partial payment relates or relieve
Contractor of any of its obligations under this Agreement.

10.7 The acceptance of Final Payment constitutes a waiver of all claims by Contractor
except those previously made in writing and identified by Contractor as unsettled at the
time of the Final Invoice.

10.8 Except for the obligation of University to pay Contractor certain amounts
pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, University will have no other liability to
Contractor or to anyone claiming through or under Contractor by reason of the execution
or performance of this Agreement. Notwithstanding any obligation or liability of University
to Contractor, no present or future agent, officer, director, employee, or regent of
University or of the institutions comprising The University of Texas System, or anyone
claiming under University, has or will have any personal liability to Contractor or to
anyone claiming through or under Contractor by reason of the execution or performance
of this Agreement.


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11.   PERSONNEL; RESPONSIBILITY FOR                 INDIVIDUALS      PERFORMING        WORK;
      CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECKS –

      11.1   Contractor agrees to:

             11.1.1 maintain a staff of properly trained and experienced personnel to ensure
             consistent, efficient and satisfactory performance under this Agreement;

             11.1.2 assign an adequate number of personnel to the Service Areas to ensure
             consistent, efficient and satisfactory performance under this Agreement; and

             11.1.3 provide sufficient back-up personnel in times of staff shortages due to
             vacations, illness and inclement weather, to ensure consistent, efficient and
             satisfactory performance under this Agreement.

      11.2 Contractor agrees that, at all times, the employees of Contractor furnishing or
      performing any of the Custodial Services specified under this Agreement will do so in a
      proper, good, workmanlike and dignified manner.

      11.3 Contractor has the right to terminate any of its employees or personnel at any
      time. In addition, Contractor acknowledges that University has the rights to (a) require
      identification from any person on University‟s premises, (b) refuse entry to persons
      having no legitimate business on University‟s premises, and (c) eject any undesirable
      person refusing to leave peaceably on request. Contractor will cooperate with all
      authorized University representatives in the exercise of University‟s rights described in
      this Section.

      11.4 Every employee and agent of Contractor assigned to duty on University's
      premises will have prominently displayed on his or her person at all times while on
      University‟s premises an identification badge including a picture of the employee or
      agent. The identification badge [Option: , which will also serve as an access card,] will
      be issued through University‟s [Option: _______________] [Option: Office of the
      Department of Police (“ODOP”)].

      11.5 Contractor will provide company identifying uniforms to all Contractor‟s "non-
      management" personnel used in the performance of Contractor‟s duties and obligations
      under this Agreement. All Contractor‟s "non-management" personnel assigned to duty
      on University's premises will be required to wear a company identifying uniform while
      performing their duties. All uniforms will be neat, clean, well-pressed and in good
      condition.

      11.6 Contractor will advise University's representative of the telephone numbers and
      addresses of Contractor‟s management personnel and will arrange for at least one of
      Contractor‟s management personnel to be available at all times (twenty-four hours a
      day, seven days a week, 365/366 days a year) by telephone.

      [Option: 11.7 Each individual who is assigned to perform the Custodial Services under
      this Agreement will be an employee of Contractor or an employee of a permitted
      subcontractor engaged by Contractor. Contractor is responsible for the performance of
      all individuals performing the Custodial Services under this Agreement. Prior to
      commencing the Custodial Services, Contractor will (1) provide University with a roster

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      ("Roster") of each and every individual who may be assigned to perform the Custodial
      Services, and (2) have an appropriate criminal background screening performed on all
      those individuals. Contractor will determine on a case-by-case basis whether each
      individual assigned to perform the Custodial Services is qualified to provide the services.
      [Option: As of the Effective Date, the Roster of individuals who may be assigned to
      perform the Custodial Services is provided in SCHEDULE 5, attached and incorporated
      for all purposes.] Contractor will not knowingly assign any individual to provide services
      on University‟s premises who has a history of criminal conduct unacceptable for a
      university campus [Option: or healthcare center], including violent or sexual offenses.
      The Roster will contain all information as University may reasonably request and will be
      provided to University upon request. Contractor will update the Roster each time there is
      a change in the individuals assigned to perform the Custodial Services. Prior to
      commencing performance of the Custodial Services under this Agreement, Contractor
      will provide University a letter signed by an authorized representative of Contractor
      certifying compliance with this Section. Contractor will provide University an updated
      certification letter each time there is a change in the individuals assigned to perform the
      Custodial Services.]

12.   SUPERVISION; COORDINATION - Contractor will provide, at all times, adequate and
      expert supervisory staff (“Supervisory Staff”) assigned exclusively to University to
      manage Contractor‟s employees in the Services Areas. [Option: Supervisory Staff will
      include a dispatcher to coordinate Contractor‟s daily office activities.] The Supervisory
      Staff will be on University‟s premises at all times while the Custodial Services are being
      provided and will not leave University‟s premises until all services and security matters
      are completed each night. Neither University nor any representative of University will
      supervise Contractor‟s employees, personnel or agents performing the Custodial
      Services

      In addition, Contractor will provide an on-site manager (“On-Site Manager”) assigned to
      the Service Areas on a full-time basis. The On-Site Manager, with the assistance of a
      supervisor for each and every shift (“Shift Supervisor”), will coordinate all activities
      connected with the provision of the Custodial Services specified under this Agreement
      and will meet with University's [Option:___________] [Option: representative]
      periodically, on mutually agreeable dates and at mutually agreeable times, to coordinate
      the enforcement of University's policies, the implementation of University‟s suggestions
      and requests, and the prompt resolution of complaints.

      In addition to the supervision of all Custodial Services, the Supervisory Staff will become
      familiar with the emergency, fire, and disaster plans developed by University for
      University‟s premises and perform the duties assigned to Supervisory Staff by University
      as relates to the emergency, fire and disaster plans.

13.   LABOR RELATIONS - Contractor agrees to take immediate and reasonable steps to
      continue its provision of the Custodial Services under this Agreement in the event of any
      labor dispute or other action involving its employees.

14.   REPORTS BY CONTRACTOR - Contractor will submit inspection reports [Option:
      _______________] [Option: daily] to University‟s [Option: _______________]
      [Option: Facilities Manager]. Inspection reports will be prepared and signed by
      Contractor's On-Site Manager or Shift Supervisor. At University‟s request, Contractor will
      at any time during the term of this Agreement provide a report on inspections,

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      maintenance schedules, equipment, staffing, emergencies, security problems or any
      related matters in connection with the Service Areas or other University premises.

      In addition, Contractor will submit [Option: _______________] [Option: two (2)]
      complete sets of all Material Safety Data Sheets (“MSDS”) to University‟s [Option:
      _______________] [Option: Facilities Manager] in advance for all materials being used
      by Contractor in the Service Areas or on other University premises.

15.   INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR - Contractor recognizes that it is engaged as an
      independent contractor and acknowledges that University has no responsibility to
      provide transportation, insurance, vacation or other fringe benefits normally associated
      with employee status. Contractor, in accordance with its status as an independent
      contractor, covenants and agrees that it will conduct itself consistent with that status,
      that it will neither hold itself out as, nor claim to be an officer, partner, employee or agent
      of University, and that it will not make any claim, demand or application to or for any right
      or privilege applicable to an officer, representative, employee or agent of University,
      including unemployment insurance benefits, social security coverage or retirement
      benefits. Contractor agrees to make its own arrangements for any fringe benefits as it
      may desire and agrees that it is responsible for all income taxes required by Applicable
      Laws. All of Contractor's employees providing Custodial Services to University will be
      deemed employees solely of Contractor and will not be deemed for any purposes
      whatsoever employees or agents of, acting for or on behalf of, University. No acts
      performed or representations, whether oral or written, made by Contractor with respect
      to third parties will be binding upon University.

16.   Insurance [Option (Include only if Contractor performs Work at University and
      provides Work to University, and Contractor is not paid for with appropriated
      money. See Section 2252.061(1), Texas Government Code, for definition of
      “auxiliary enterprise.” Contact OGC with questions.): and Auxiliary Enterprise
      Requirements.] [Note: These are minimum insurance requirements developed by
      the UT System Office of Risk Management. Depending on the type of services
      covered by this Agreement, consideration should be given to increasing the types
      of insurance coverages and the limits. In particular, services related to health and
      safety concerns, hazardous chemicals, or the disposal of hazardous wastes
      require increased types of insurance coverages and increased limits; therefore,
      please refer your contract to the Office of General Counsel for assistance. For
      contracts with professionals, consider requiring professional liability insurance of
      not less than $1,000,000 per claim. All consulting contracts must be referred to the
      Office of General Counsel for review and approval. Contact the UT System Office
      of Risk Management for guidance and review of insurance certificate.]

      16.1   Contractor, consistent with its status as an independent contractor will carry and
             will cause its subcontractors to carry, at least the following insurance in the form,
             with companies admitted to do business in the State of Texas and having an
             A.M. Best Rating of A-:VII or better, and in amounts (unless otherwise specified),
             as University may require:

             16.1.1 Workers Compensation Insurance with statutory limits, and Employer‟s
                    Liability Insurance with limits of not less than $1,000,000:
                    Employers Liability - Each Accident                    $1,000,000
                    Employers Liability - Each Employee             $1,000,000

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       Employers Liability - Policy Limit                     $1,000,000

       Policies must include (a) Other States Endorsement to include TEXAS if
       business is domiciled outside the State of Texas, and (b) a waiver of all
       rights of subrogation and other rights in favor of University;

16.1.2 Commercial General Liability Insurance with limits of not less than:
       Each Occurrence Limit                               $1,000,000
       Damage to Rented Premises                           $ 100,000
       Medical Expenses (any one person)                   $ 10,000
       Personal & Advertising Injury                       $1,000,000
       General Aggregate                                   $2,000,000
       Products - Completed Operations Aggregate           $2,000,000

       Policy will include independent contractor‟s liability, covering, but not
       limited to, the liability assumed under the indemnification provision of this
       contract, fully insuring Contractor‟s (or Subcontractor‟s) liability for bodily
       injury (including death) and property damage.

16.1.4 Business Auto Liability Insurance covering all owned, non-owned or hired
       automobiles, with limits of not less than $1,000,000 Combined Single
       Limit Bodily Injury and Property Damage;

[Option: 16.1.5 Professional Liability Insurance with limits of not less than
       $1,000,000 per claim.]

[Option: 16.1.6 Umbrella/Excess Liability Insurance with limits of not less than
       $2,000,000 per occurrence and aggregate with a deductible of no more
       than $10,000, and (i) providing coverage in excess of the coverages of,
       and (ii) “following form” subject to the same provisions as, the underlying
       policies required in Section 16.1.1 Employers Liability Insurance, Section
       16.1.2 Commercial General Liability Insurance, and Section 16.1.4
       Commercial Auto Liability Insurance.] [Note: Limit amount should be
       adequate to cover University’s exposure. Appropriate limit will
       depend on the subject matter of this Agreement. Contact the UT
       System Office of Risk Management for guidance and review of
       insurance certificate.]

[Option: 16.1.7 Third Party Employee Crime Insurance to protect the assets and
       property of University with limits of not less than _______ [Option:
       $500,000] [Option: $1,000,000] per claim. Independent contractors
       insurance will be primary to any insurance carried by UT System or any of
       its Institutions. [Note: Limit amount should be adequate to cover
       University’s exposure. Appropriate limit will depend on the subject
       matter of this Agreement. Contact the UT System Office of Risk
       Management for guidance and review of insurance certificate.]




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       [Option (review Section 2261.102, Gov. Code, requiring agencies to include
              Director and Officer Liability Insurance when feasible): 16.1.8
                     Director and Officer Liability Insurance with limits of not less than
              $1,000,000 on a claims-made basis;]

       [Option: 16.1.9 Builders Risk/Installation Floater. Coverage will be equal to the
              estimated completed project value on a form at least as broad as that
              provided by the ISO special causes of loss form. Coverage will include
              materials, fixtures, supplies, and machinery and equipment to be used in
              the construction; include property to be used in connection with the
              construction while stored at other locations, and on property intended for
              use in the contruction while in transit. Builder‟s Risk will include full
              coverage for collapse, including collapse from design error. Project
              owner, contractors and subcontractors will be named as insureds under
              the policy. A waiver of subrogation between owner and contractor will
              apply to the extent that damage is covered by insurance.]

16.2   Contractor will deliver to University:

       16.2.1 Evidence satisfactory to University in its sole discretion, evidencing the
              existence of all insurance after the execution and delivery of this
              Agreement and prior to the performance or continued performance of any
              services to be performed by Contractor under this Agreement.

       16.2.2 Additional evidence, satisfactory to University in its sole discretion, of the
              continued existence of all insurance not less than thirty (30) days prior to the
              expiration of any insurance. Insurance policies, with the exception of Workers’
              Compensation and Employer’s Liability, will be endorsed and name University
              as an Additional Insured. All policies will be endorsed to provide a waiver of
              subrogation in favor of University. All policies with the exception of Workers’
              Compensation and Employer’s Liability will be endorsed to provide primary and
              non-contributory coverage. No policy will be canceled until after thirty (30) days'
              unconditional written notice to University.

       16.2.3 Contractor will be responsible for providing to University immediate notice of its
              receipt of a notice of cancellation, termination, material change, or non-renewal
              relating to any insurance policy required herein. This requirement may be satisfied
              by providing a copy of the notice received by the Contractor to the University
              within two business days or by endorsement of the policy to require notice to the
              University to be provided by the insurer.




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16.3   The insurance policies required in this Agreement will be kept in force for the
       periods specified below:

       16.3.1 Commercial General Liability Insurance, [Option: Liquor Liability];
              Business Automobile Liability Insurance; [Option: Professional Liability];
              [Option: Umbrella/Excess Liability Insurance]; [Option: Third Party
              Employee Crime Insurance]; [Option: Builder‟s Risk/Installation Floater],
              will be kept in force until receipt of Final Payment by University to
              Contractor; and

       16.3.2 Workers' Compensation Insurance and Employer‟s Liability Insurance will
              be kept in force until the Work has been fully performed and accepted by
              University in writing.

[Option (Include only if Contractor performs Work at University and provides Work
to University, and Contractor is not paid for with appropriated money. See Section
2252.061(1), Texas Government Code, for definition of “auxiliary enterprise.”
Contact OGC with questions.): 16.4 Contractor, at its sole cost and expense, will
comply with all requirements of Subchapter C, Chapter 2252, Texas Government Code,
including the provision of financial statements, payment statements derived from sales
tax reports, and bonds.

       16.4.1 In accordance with Section 2252.062, Texas Government Code,
       Contractor will submit to University two (2) copies of Contractor‟s most recent
       financial statement prepared by a certified public accountant on the Effective
       Date.

       16.4.2 In accordance with Section 2252.063, Texas Government Code,
       Contractor will submit to University, no later than the 15th day after the end
       of each contract year, an annual payment statement derived from all of
       Contractor’s sales tax reports for its operations during the preceding
       contract year. The annual payment statement must be certified by a
       certified public accountant licensed in the State of Texas. “Contract year”
       means that period of time beginning on the Effective Date and ending
       __________, 20____ [Note: Insert date that is 12 months after Effective Date
       (i.e., if Effective Date is January 1, 2007, then insert December 31, 2007).
       Provided, however, if the initial contract year is longer or shorter than 12 months,
       insert the date that is the end of the initial contract year.] and each twelve (12)
       month period thereafter, during the term of this Agreement.

       16.4.3 In accordance with Section 2252.064, Texas Government Code,
       Contractor will provide University with a performance bond for each contract year
       during the term of this Agreement. The amount of the performance bond for the
       first contract year during the term of this Agreement will be equal to __________
       ($____________). [Note: Amount of performance bond may not exceed the
       contract price.]. [Option (Include only if the performance bond amount
       should be adjusted each contract year.): Thereafter, the amount of the
       performance bond will be adjusted at the beginning of each contract year to
       __________.] The performance bond will be issued by a surety company
       authorized to do business in the State of Texas and acceptable to University in
       all respects. The performance bond will be made payable to University and

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             conditioned upon the prompt and faithful performance of the Work and all of
             Contractor‟s other duties and obligations under this Agreement.] [Note:
             Consider whether University should require additional bonds other than a
             performance bond.]

17.   KEYS AND ACCESS CARDS - Contractor will be furnished, or given access to, keys
      and access cards to the Service Areas and will be held responsible for their use and
      misuse. All keys and access cards remain the property of University. Contractor will be
      liable for the cost of any replacement keys and access cards, and for the cost of any re-
      keying or re-programming of locks necessitated by loss of keys and access cards.
      University keys and access cards will not be taken out of the Service Areas [Option:
      except for keys and access cards necessary for Contractor's Supervisory Staff to access
      the Space (ref. Section 19)].

18.   REPORTING NEEDED REPAIRS - Contractor's employees will report to University's
      [Option: ______________] [Option: Facilities Manager] any conditions of dripping or
      leaking faucets, stopped toilets and drains, broken fixtures, all other necessary or
      appropriate repairs and any unusual happenings in the Service Areas or on University‟s
      premises.

19.   ACCESS TO UNIVERSITY FACILITIES[Option:; SPACE LICENSE] -

      19.1 Contractor and its employees, permitted subcontractors and agents may access
      only the Service Areas and those University facilities that are necessary to perform
      Contractor‟s duties and obligations under this Agreement and will have no right of
      access to any other University facilities. Contractor and its employees, permitted
      subcontractors and agents will not use any University equipment including computers,
      printers, typewriters, radios, televisions, telephones, desks, chairs or other equipment,
      and will not disturb papers or other items on desks or in open drawers or cabinets
      located on University‟s premises.

      [Option (include if Contractor will be assigned space for storage or work
      associated with the Custodial Services): 19.2       University will permit Contractor to
      use certain space (the “Space”) more particularly described in SCHEDULE 4 attached
      and incorporated for all purposes, in accordance with the license contained in this
      Section. University will provide the Space equipped with [Option: ______________]
      [Option: desks, chairs and local phone service] only. [Option: University will not provide
      computers, printers or other office machines or supplies.]

      University will and does hereby license the Space in its current, “as is” condition to
      Contractor for use by Contractor‟s employees, permitted subcontractors and agents in
      the performance of the Custodial Services and for no other purpose. The parties agree
      that this is a non-exclusive license to use the Space and that University may enter the
      Space at any time for any reason. No unlawful activities will be permitted in the use of
      the Space. Contractor will comply with all Applicable Laws applicable to the Space.
      Contractor will cause all of its employees, subcontractors and agents to observe and
      comply with all Applicable Laws, including University‟s rules and regulations in
      connection with the use of the Space.




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      Contractor will not modify, alter or repair the Space or any other University facilities
      without the prior written approval of University and with project management of
      renovations by University.

      Contractor agrees not to harm the Space or make any use of the Space that is offensive
      as determined by University. Contractor agrees that upon the termination of this
      Agreement for any reason, Contractor will remove Contractor owned equipment and
      other effects, repair any damage caused by the removal, and peaceably deliver up the
      Space in clean condition and in good order, repair and condition, ordinary wear and tear
      excepted. Any personal property of Contractor not removed within two (2) days following
      the termination will be deemed abandoned by Contractor and University may dispose of
      the property in any manner it chooses, with no liability or reimbursement obligation to
      Contractor.

      Contractor agrees not to suffer any mechanic's lien to be filed against the Space or the
      adjoining facilities by reason of any work, labor, services, or materials performed at or
      furnished to the Space for Contractor. Nothing in this Agreement will be construed as the
      consent of University to subject University‟s estate in the Space or adjoining facilities to
      any lien.

      Contractor agrees that the Space is sufficiently equipped for Contractor to provide the
      Custodial Services in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

      UNIVERSITY WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INTERRUPTIONS IN UTILITY
      SERVICE TO THE SPACE. HOWEVER, UNIVERSITY WILL EXERCISE
      REASONABLE DILIGENCE IN PURSUING THE RESTORATION OF INTERRUPTED
      UTILITY SERVICE.

      UNIVERSITY WILL NOT BE LIABLE TO CONTRACTOR, OR ANY EMPLOYEE,
      SUBCONTRACTOR, AGENT, GUEST OR INVITEE OF CONTRACTOR
      (COLLECTIVELY, “CONTRACTOR PARTIES”), FOR ANY LOSS, EXPENSE OR
      DAMAGE EITHER TO THE PERSON OR PROPERTY SUSTAINED BY REASON OF
      ANY CONDITION OF THE SPACE, OR DUE TO ANY ACT OF ANY EMPLOYEE OR
      AGENT OF UNIVERSITY, OR THE ACT OF ANY OTHER PERSON WHATSOEVER.
      UNIVERSITY, ITS AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR AND
      CONTRACTOR WAIVES ALL CLAIMS FOR DAMAGE TO PERSON OR PROPERTY
      SUSTAINED BY ANY CONTRACTOR PARTIES, RESULTING FROM ANY ACCIDENT
      OR OCCURRENCE IN OR UPON THE SPACE OR THE ADJOINING GROUNDS.
      CONTRACTOR AGREES TO PAY ON DEMAND UNIVERSITY‟S EXPENSES
      INCURRED IN ENFORCING ANY OBLIGATION OF CONTRACTOR UNDER THIS
      LICENSE.]

20.   PRESENCE ON UNIVERSITY PREMISES –

      20.1 Contractor agrees that it will ensure that all of its employees, subcontractors and
      agents whose duties bring them upon University's premises will obey the rules and
      regulations that are established by University and will comply with reasonable directions
      University's representatives may give to Contractor. [Note: Consider whether to
      specifically reference University’s Code of Conduct, if any, in this provision.]



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      20.2 Contractor is responsible for acts of its employees, subcontractors and agents
      while on University's premises. Accordingly, Contractor agrees to take all necessary
      measures to prevent injury and loss to persons and property located on University's
      premises. Contractor is responsible for all damages to persons or property caused by
      Contractor or any of its employees, subcontractors and agents. Contractor will promptly
      repair, in accordance with the specifications of University, any damage that it, or of its
      employees, subcontractors and agents, may cause to University's premises or
      equipment. On Contractor's failure to do so, University may repair the damage and
      Contractor will reimburse University promptly for any and all reasonable expenses
      incurred in connection with the repair. At its option, University may offset against all
      amounts due to Contractor any and all reasonable expenses incurred in connection with
      the repair.

      20.3 Contractor agrees that, in the event of an accident of any kind, Contractor will
      immediately notify University‟s [Option:______________ ] [Option: Police Department]
      at _____________________ and University‟s [Option:_____________ ] [Option:
      Facilities Manager] at _______________, and thereafter furnish a full written report of
      the accident.

      20.4 Contractor will perform the Custodial Services contemplated in this Agreement
      without interfering in any way with the activities of University's employees, agents or
      visitors.

21.   PREMISES SECURITY –

      21.1 University‟s [Option:___________] [Option: ODOP] has the authority and
      responsibility to maintain the security of all University premises and property. Contractor
      will cooperate with [Option:________] [Option: ODOP] in all matters including the
      reporting of suspected security violations. Contractor will immediately report any
      evidence of security breaches to [Option:________] [Option: ODOP] at
      _______________.

      21.2 Under no circumstances will keys or access cards in Contractor's possession be
      used to admit persons, known or unknown, into buildings, rooms, or offices or other
      facilities on University‟s premises. Anyone requesting admittance must be referred by
      Contractor to [Option:___________] [Option: ODOP] at _______________.

      21.3 In an effort to maintain maximum security in each Service Area, ALL DOORS
      ARE TO BE UNLOCKED ONLY WHILE CLEANING IS BEING PERFORMED AND
      MUST BE CLOSED AND LOCKED AFTER CLEANING IS COMPLETE. Lights are to
      be turned off when Contractor leaves each room in a Service Area. At no time will
      Contractor permit an unattended room in a Service Area to remain unlocked or lighted.
      [Option (include if University feels a liquidated damage provision is necessary.
      Note that liquidated damages may not be enforceable in Texas): CONTRACTOR AND
      UNIVERSITY AGREE THAT LEAVING DOORS UNLOCKED AND LIGHTS ON AFTER CLEANING OF A
      ROOM IN A SERVICE AREA COULD RESULT IN THE DISRUPTION OF UNIVERSITY‟S BUSINESS
      OPERATIONS AND THE RESULTING HARM IS INCAPABLE OF BEING ESTIMATED OR IS DIFFICULT
      TO ESTIMATE. THEREFORE, AS A REASONABLE ESTIMATE OF JUST COMPENSATION FOR THE
      HARM CAUSED BY LEAVING DOORS UNLOCKED AND LIGHTS ON AFTER CLEANING OF A ROOM IN
      A SERVICE AREA, CONTRACTOR AND UNIVERSITY AGREE THAT, IF DOORS REMAIN UNLOCKED
      OR LIGHTS REMAIN ON AFTER CLEANING OF A ROOM IN A SERVICE AREA, THEN AT


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      UNIVERSITY‟S OPTION (1) CONTRACTOR WILL PAY UNIVERSITY AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO
      [Option:________] [Option: $50.00] FOR EACH OCCURRENCE, OR (2) UNIVERSITY MAY
      OFFSET AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO [Option:________] [Option: $50.00] FOR EACH
      OCCURRENCE FROM ANY AMOUNTS OTHERWISE DUE BY UNIVERSITY TO CONTRACTOR.
      CONTRACTOR AND UNIVERSITY AGREE THAT THIS REMEDY IS NOT A PENALTY BUT IS A
      REASONABLE ESTIMATE OF JUST COMPENSATION TO UNIVERSITY.]

22.   UTILITIES – [Option: (include if Section 19.2 related to a space license is included
      in this Agreement): Except as provided in Section 19.2], University will provide utility
      services at existing outlets (heat, gas, electricity, water, and sewer), for the convenience
      of Contractor. Any modification to existing outlets required or requested by Contractor
      will be made at the sole discretion of University, at Contractor's expense. In the event
      any utility service must be interrupted for repair or modification, University will provide
      Contractor with advance notice, if possible. UNIVERSITY WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
      FOR INTERRUPTIONS IN UTILITY SERVICE. HOWEVER, UNIVERSITY WILL
      EXERCISE REASONABLE DILIGENCE IN PURSUING THE RESTORATION OF
      INTERRUPTED UTILITY SERVICE.

23.   RESPONSIBILITY FOR TOOLS, MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND OTHER PERSONAL
      PROPERTY - University has no responsibility for the loss, theft, mysterious
      disappearance of or damage to equipment, tools, materials, supplies, and other personal
      property of Contractor or its agents, employees or subcontractors, which may be located
      or stored on University‟s premises.

24.   DEFAULT AND TERMINATION –

      [Note: Pursuant to Section 2261.101, Texas Government Code, consider whether
      additional remedies or sanctions schedule would be beneficial and appropriate in
      this Agreement. If so, please contact OGC for assistance.]

      24.1 In the event of a material failure by Contractor to perform in accordance with the
      terms of this Agreement, University may terminate this Agreement at any time upon
      giving ten (10) days' advance written notice to Contractor setting forth the nature of
      Contractor‟s failure.

      24.2 In addition, if at any time an involuntary petition of bankruptcy is filed against
      Contractor and not dismissed within thirty (30) days, or if Contractor files a voluntary
      petition in bankruptcy, takes advantage of any insolvency law, or if a receiver or trustee
      is appointed and the appointment is not vacated within thirty (30) days, University has
      the right to terminate this Agreement upon fifteen (15) days advance written notice to
      Contractor, in addition to any other rights of any nature that University may have at law
      or in equity.

      24.3 University may, without cause, terminate this Agreement at any time upon giving
      thirty (30) days' advance written notice to Contractor. Upon termination pursuant to this
      Section, Contractor is entitled to payment of an amount that will compensate Contractor
      for Custodial Services satisfactorily performed from the time of the last payment to the
      termination date in accordance with this Agreement. University is not required to
      reimburse Contractor for any Custodial Services performed or expenses incurred after
      the termination date.


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      24.3 Termination under Sections 24.1, 24.2 or 24.3 does not relieve Contractor or
      any of its employees from liability for violations of this Agreement or any other act or
      omission of Contractor. No expiration or termination of this Agreement will relieve either
      party of any obligations under this Agreement that by their nature survive expiration or
      termination, including Sections 2, 10, 15, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30, 33, 34, 36, 39, 40,
      43, 44, 45, 48, 49, 52, 53, and 54.

      24.4 University is entitled (but not obligated) to cure any default of Contractor and has
      the right to offset against all amounts due to Contractor any and all reasonable expenses
      incurred in connection with curative actions.

      24.5   [Option (include if University will make pre-payments to Contractor under this
             Agreement): In the event that this Agreement is terminated, then within thirty (30)
             days after termination, Contractor will reimburse University for all fees paid by
             University to Contractor that were (a) not earned by Contractor prior to termination,
             or (b) for goods or services that University did not receive from Contractor prior to
             termination.] [Note: Section 50 of Article 3 of the Texas Constitution prohibits
             the State of Texas or its agencies from lending the credit of the State.
             “Lending the credit of the State” has been broadly construed to include the
             making of payment prior to receipt of goods or complete performance of
             services. Rhoads Drilling co. v. Allred, 70 S.W. 2d 576, 582 (Tex. 1934);
             Attorney General Opinions WW-790 (1960) and WW-153 (1957).
             Nevertheless, according to relevant Attorney General Opinions MW-373
             (1981) and JM-1229 (1990), pre-payments for goods and services may be
             made by the State of Texas so long as the pre-payment serves a public
             purpose and the State maintains controls over the transaction, contractual or
             otherwise, to ensure that the public purpose is actually achieved.

             Based on Texas law related to pre-payments, the representative of U.T. with
             delegated authority to execute contracts containing pre-payment
             provisions, should analyze the transaction and make a determination
             regarding whether the facts lead to the conclusion that (1) there is in fact a
             public purpose for any pre-payments required by the contract and (2) there
             are sufficient controls over the transaction, contractual or otherwise, to
             ensure that the public purpose is actually achieved. This determination
             should be documented in a memorandum to U.T.'s file by setting forth the
             facts which lead to a conclusion of public purpose and sufficient controls
             to ensure the public purpose is achieved.]


25.   INDEMNIFICATION - TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW , CONTRACTOR WILL AND
      DOES HEREBY AGREE TO INDEMNIFY, PROTECT, DEFEND WITH COUNSEL APPROVED BY
      UNIVERSITY, AND HOLD HARMLESS UNIVERSITY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM,
      AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATED ENTERPRISES, REGENTS, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS,
      ATTORNEYS, EMPLOYEES, REPRESENTATIVES AND AGENTS (COLLECTIVELY “INDEMNITEES”)
      FROM AND AGAINST ALL DAMAGES, LOSSES, LIENS, CAUSES OF ACTION, SUITS, JUDGMENTS,
      EXPENSES, AND OTHER CLAIMS OF ANY NATURE, KIND, OR DESCRIPTION, INCLUDING
      REASONABLE ATTORNEYS‟ FEES INCURRED IN INVESTIGATING, DEFENDING OR SETTLING ANY
      OF THE FOREGOING (COLLECTIVELY “CLAIMS”) BY ANY PERSON OR ENTITY, ARISING OUT OF,


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      CAUSED BY, OR RESULTING FROM CONTRACTOR‟S PERFORMANCE UNDER OR BREACH OF THIS
      AGREEMENT AND THAT ARE CAUSED IN WHOLE OR IN PART BY ANY NEGLIGENT ACT,
      NEGLIGENT OMISSION OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OF CONTRACTOR, ANYONE DIRECTLY
      EMPLOYED BY CONTRACTOR OR ANYONE FOR WHOSE ACTS CONTRACTOR MAY BE LIABLE.
      THE PROVISIONS OF THIS SECTION WILL NOT BE CONSTRUED TO ELIMINATE OR REDUCE ANY
      OTHER INDEMNIFICATION OR RIGHT WHICH ANY INDEMNITEE HAS BY LAW OR EQUITY. IN THE
      EVENT OF LITIGATION, UNIVERSITY AGREES TO REASONABLY COOPERATE WITH
      CONTRACTOR. ALL PARTIES WILL BE ENTITLED TO BE REPRESENTED BY COUNSEL AT THEIR
      OWN EXPENSE.

26.   CONFIDENTIALITY AND SAFEGUARDING OF UNIVERSITY RECORDS; PRESS
      RELEASES; PUBLIC INFORMATION - Under this Agreement, Contractor may
      (1) create, (2) receive from or on behalf of University, or (3) have access to, records or
      record systems (collectively, “University Records”). Among other things, University
      Records may contain social security numbers, credit card numbers, or data protected or
      made confidential or sensitive by Applicable Laws, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
      (Public Law No: 106-102) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 20 U.S.C.
      §1232g (“FERPA”). If University Records are subject to FERPA, (1) University
      designates Contractor as a University official with a legitimate educational interest in
      University Records, and (2) Contractor acknowledges that its improper disclosure or
      redisclosure of personally identifiable information from University Records will result in
      Contractor‟s exclusion from eligibility to contract with University for at least five (5) years.
      Contractor represents, warrants, and agrees that it will: (1) hold University Records in
      strict confidence and will not use or disclose University Records except as (a) permitted
      or required by this Agreement, (b) required by Applicable Laws, or (c) otherwise
      authorized by University in writing; (2) safeguard University Records according to
      reasonable administrative, physical and technical standards (such as standards
      established by (i) the National Institute of Standards and Technology and (ii) the Center
      for Internet Security, as well as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) that
      are no less rigorous than the standards by which Contractor protects its own confidential
      information; (3) continually monitor its operations and take any action necessary to
      assure that University Records are safeguarded and the confidentiality of University
      Records is maintained in accordance with all Applicable Laws, including FERPA and the
      Gramm-Leach Bliley Act, and the terms of this Agreement; and (4) comply with
      University‟s rules, policies, and procedures regarding access to and use of University‟s
      computer systems. At the request of University, Contractor agrees to provide University
      with a written summary of the procedures Contractor uses to safeguard and maintain the
      confidentiality of University Records.

      26.1     Notice of Impermissible Use. If an impermissible use or disclosure of any
               University Records occurs, Contractor will provide written notice to University
               within one (1) business day after Contractor‟s discovery of that use or
               disclosure. Contractor will promptly provide University with all information
               requested by University regarding the impermissible use or disclosure.

      26.2     Return of University Records. Contractor agrees that within thirty (30) days
               after the expiration or termination of this Agreement, for any reason, all
               University Records created or received from or on behalf of University will be
               (1) returned to University, with no copies retained by Contractor; or (2) if return
               is not feasible, destroyed. Twenty (20) days before destruction of any
               University Records, Contractor will provide University with written notice of

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               Contractor‟s intent to destroy University Records. Within five (5) days after
               destruction, Contractor will confirm to University in writing the destruction of
               University Records.

      26.3     Disclosure. If Contractor discloses any University Records to a subcontractor
               or agent, Contractor will require the subcontractor or agent to comply with the
               same restrictions and obligations as are imposed on Contractor by this Section.

      26.4     Press Releases. Except when defined as part of the Custodial Services,
               Contractor will not make any press releases, public statements, or
               advertisement referring to the Custodial Services or the engagement of
               Contractor as an independent contractor of University in connection with the
               Custodial Services, or release any information relative to the Custodial
               Services for publication, advertisement or any other purpose without the prior
               written approval of University.

      26.5     Public Information. University strictly adheres to all statutes, court decisions
               and the opinions of the Texas Attorney General with respect to disclosure of
               public information under the Texas Public Information Act, Chapter 552, Texas
               Government Code.

      26.6     Termination. In addition to any other termination rights set forth in this
               Agreement and any other rights at law or equity, if University reasonably
               determines that Contractor has breached any of the restrictions or obligations
               set forth in this Section, University may immediately terminate this Agreement
               without notice or opportunity to cure.

      26.7     Duration. The restrictions and obligations under this Section will survive
               expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason.

27.   COMPLIANCE WITH LAW - Contractor is aware of, fully informed about and in full
      compliance with its obligations under with all applicable, federal, state and local, laws,
      regulations, codes, ordinances and orders and with those of any other body or authority
      having jurisdiction (“Applicable Laws”), including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,
      as amended (42 USC 2000(D)), Executive Order 11246, as amended (41 CFR 60-1 and
      60-2), Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Act of 1974, as amended (41 CFR 60-250),
      Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended (41 CFR 60-741), Age Discrimination Act of
      1975 (42 USC 6101 et seq.), Non-segregated Facilities (41 CFR 60-1), Fair Labor
      Standards Act of 1938, Sections 6, 7, and 12, as amended, Immigration Reform and
      Control Act of 1986, Utilization of Small Business Concerns and Small Business
      Concerns Owned and Controlled by Socially and Economically Disadvantaged
      Individuals (PL 95-507), Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 USC 12101 et seq.),
      Civil Rights Act of 1991, Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, as amended (PL
      91-596), Immigration and Nationality Act (8 United States Code 1324a) and all other
      applicable laws. Contractor represents and warrants that neither Contractor nor any firm,
      corporation or institution represented by Contractor, nor anyone acting for that firm,
      corporation or institution, (1) has violated the antitrust laws of the State of Texas,
      Chapter 15, Texas Business and Commerce Code, or federal antitrust laws, or (2) has
      communicated directly or indirectly the content of Contractor‟s response to University‟s
      procurement solicitation to any competitor or any other person engaged in a similar line
      of business during the procurement process for this Agreement.

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28.   UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS - The Immigration and Nationality Act (8 United States
      Code 1324a) (“Immigration Act”) makes it unlawful for an employer to hire or continue
      employment of undocumented workers. The United States Immigration and Customs
      Enforcement Service has established the Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
      Form (“I-9 Form”) as the document to be used for employment eligibility verification (8
      Code of Federal Regulations 274a). Among other things, Contractor is required to: (1)
      have all employees complete and sign the I-9 Form certifying that they are eligible for
      employment; (2) examine verification documents required by the I-9 Form to be
      presented by the employee and ensure the documents appear to be genuine and related
      to the individual; (3) record information about the documents on the I-9 Form, and
      complete the certification portion of the I-9 Form; and (4) retain the I-9 Form as required
      by Applicable Laws. It is illegal to discriminate against any individual (other than a citizen
      of another country who is not authorized to work in the United States) in hiring,
      discharging, or recruiting because of that individual's national origin or citizenship status.
      If Contractor employs unauthorized workers during performance of this Agreement in
      violation of the Immigration Act then, in addition to other remedies or penalties
      prescribed by Applicable Laws, University may terminate this Agreement in accordance
      with Section 24 of this Agreement. Contractor represents and warrants that it is in
      compliance with and agrees that it will remain in compliance with the provisions of the
      Immigration Act.

29.   EQUAL OPPORTUNITY - Pursuant to Applicable Laws, Contractor represents and
      warrants that it is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis
      of race, color, religion, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, or sex.

30.   TAXES - Contractor will pay when due all taxes or assessments applicable to
      Contractor. Contractor will comply with the provisions of all Applicable Laws related to
      taxes and taxing authority.

31.   CONTRACTOR CONFLICT - Contractor agrees that it will not at any time prior to or
      during the term of this Agreement, either directly or indirectly, use labor or materials that
      could or will create any difficulty with other contractors or labor engaged by Contractor or
      University or with any other party in the construction, maintenance or operation of
      University or any part thereof.

32.   ASSIGNMENT AND SUBCONTRACTING - This Agreement is a personal service
      contract for the services of Contractor. [Option (include if the value of this Agreement
      is expected to equal or exceed $100,000 or if a HUB Subcontracting Plan is
      attached): Except as specifically provided in SCHEDULE 3, Historically Underutilized
      Business Subcontracting Plan (“HSP”), attached and incorporated for all purposes, t]
      [Alternate Option: T]he Contractor's interest in this Agreement (including Contractor‟s
      duties and obligations under this Agreement, and the fees due to Contractor under this
      Agreement) may not be subcontracted, assigned, delegated, or otherwise transferred to
      a third party, in whole or in part, and any attempt to do so will (a) not be binding on
      University; and (b) be a breach of this Agreement for which Contractor will be subject to
      all remedial actions provided by Applicable Laws, including Chapter 2161, Texas
      Government Code, and 34 TAC Chapter 20,§§20.101 – 20.108. The benefits and
      burdens of this Agreement are assignable by University.



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33.   TEXAS FAMILY CODE CHILD SUPPORT CERTIFICATION - Pursuant to Section
      231.006, Texas Family Code, Contractor certifies that it is not ineligible to receive the
      award of or payments under this Agreement and acknowledges that this Agreement may
      be terminated and payment may be withheld if this certification is inaccurate.

34.   ELIGIBILITY CERTIFICATIONS - Pursuant to Sections 2155.004 and 2155.006, Texas
      Government Code, Contractor certifies that the individual or business entity named in
      this Agreement is not ineligible to receive the award of or payments under this
      Agreement and acknowledges that this Agreement may be terminated and payment
      withheld if these certifications are inaccurate.

35.   REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES BY CONTRACTOR - Contractor warrants,
      represents, covenants, and agrees that it is duly organized, validly existing and in good
      standing under the laws of the state of its incorporation or organization and is duly
      authorized and in good standing to conduct business in the State of Texas, that it has all
      necessary power and has received all necessary approvals to execute and deliver this
      Agreement, and the individual executing this Agreement on behalf of Contractor has
      been duly authorized to act for and bind Contractor.

36.   PAYMENT OF DEBTS OR DELINQUENCY TO THE STATE OF TEXAS - Pursuant to
      Sections 2107.008 and 2252.903, Texas Government Code, Contractor agrees that any
      payments owing to Contractor under this Agreement may be applied directly toward any
      debt or delinquency that Contractor owes the State of Texas or any agency of the State
      of Texas regardless of when it arises, until the debt or delinquency is paid in full.

37.   FRANCHISE TAX CERTIFICATION - If Contractor is a taxable entity as defined by
      Chapter 171, Texas Tax Code (“Chapter 171”), then Contractor certifies that it is not
      currently delinquent in the payment of any taxes due under Chapter 171, or that
      Contractor is exempt from the payment of those taxes, or that Contractor is an out-of-
      state taxable entity that is not subject to those taxes, whichever is applicable.

38.   PRODUCTS AND MATERIALS PRODUCED IN TEXAS - If Contractor will provide
      services under this Agreement, Contractor covenants and agrees that, in accordance
      with Section 2155.4441, Texas Government Code, in performing its duties and
      obligations under this Agreement, Contractor will purchase products and materials
      produced in Texas when the products and materials are available at a price and delivery
      time comparable to products and materials produced outside of Texas.

39.   LOSS OF FUNDING - Performance by University under this Agreement may be
      dependent upon the appropriation and allotment of funds by the Texas State Legislature
      (the “Legislature”) and allocation of funds by the Board of Regents of The University of
      Texas System (the “Board”). If the Legislature fails to appropriate or allot the necessary
      funds, or the Board fails to allocate the necessary funds, then University will issue
      written notice to Contractor and University may terminate this Agreement without further
      duty or obligation hereunder. Contractor acknowledges that appropriation, allotment, and
      allocation of funds are beyond the control of University.

40.   LIMITATIONS - THE PARTIES ARE AWARE THAT THERE ARE CONSTITUTIONAL AND
      STATUTORY LIMITATIONS ON THE AUTHORITY OF UNIVERSITY (A STATE AGENCY) TO ENTER
      INTO CERTAIN TERMS AND CONDITIONS THAT MAY BE A PART OF THIS AGREEMENT, INCLUDING
      THOSE TERMS AND CONDITIONS RELATING TO LIENS ON UNIVERSITY‟S PROPERTY;


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      DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES; DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
      FOR DAMAGES; WAIVERS, DISCLAIMERS AND LIMITATIONS OF LEGAL RIGHTS, REMEDIES,
      REQUIREMENTS AND PROCESSES; LIMITATIONS OF PERIODS TO BRING LEGAL ACTION;
      GRANTING CONTROL OF LITIGATION OR SETTLEMENT TO ANOTHER PARTY; LIABILITY FOR ACTS
      OR OMISSIONS OF THIRD PARTIES; PAYMENT OF ATTORNEYS‟ FEES; DISPUTE RESOLUTION;
      INDEMNITIES; AND CONFIDENTIALITY (COLLECTIVELY, THE “LIMITATIONS”), AND TERMS AND
      CONDITIONS RELATED TO THE LIMITATIONS WILL NOT BE BINDING ON UNIVERSITY EXCEPT TO
      THE EXTENT AUTHORIZED BY THE LAWS AND CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF TEXAS.

41.   ENTIRE AGREEMENT; MODIFICATIONS - This Agreement supersedes all prior
      agreements, written or oral, between Contractor and University and will constitute the
      entire Agreement and understanding between the parties with respect to the subject
      matter of this Agreement. This Agreement and each of its provisions will be binding upon
      the parties and may not be waived, modified, amended or altered except by a writing
      signed by University and Contractor.

42.   CAPTIONS - The captions of sections and subsections in this Agreement are for
      convenience only and will not be considered or referred to in resolving questions of
      interpretation or construction.

43.   VENUE; GOVERNING LAW - [Note: Insert “Travis” or county in which University is
      located.] ___________________ County, Texas, will be the proper place of venue for
      suit on or in respect to this Agreement. This Agreement and all of the rights and
      obligations of the parties and all of the terms and conditions will be construed,
      interpreted and applied in accordance with and governed by and enforced under the
      laws of the State of Texas.

44.   WAIVERS - No delay or omission in exercising any right accruing upon a default in
      performance of this Agreement will impair any right or be construed to be a waiver of any
      right. A waiver of any default under this Agreement will not be construed to be a waiver of
      any subsequent default under this Agreement.

45.   STATE AUDITOR’S OFFICE - Contractor understands that acceptance of funds under
      this Agreement constitutes acceptance of the authority of the Texas State Auditor‟s
      Office or any successor agency (“Auditor”), to conduct an audit or investigation in
      connection with those funds pursuant to Sections 51.9335(c), 73.115(c) and 74.008(c),
      Texas Education Code. Contractor agrees to cooperate with the Auditor in the conduct
      of the audit or investigation, including providing all records required. Contractor will
      include this provision in all contracts with permitted subcontractors.

46.   BINDING EFFECT - This Agreement is binding upon and inures to the benefit of the
      parties and their respective permitted successors and assigns.

47.   APPOINTMENT - University hereby expressly reserves the right from time to time to
      designate by notice to Contractor a representative to act partially or wholly for University
      in connection with the performance of University's obligations hereunder. Contractor will
      act only upon instructions from that representative unless otherwise specifically notified
      to the contrary.

48.   RECORDS - Contractor agrees that University, or any of its duly authorized
      representatives, at any time during the term of this Agreement, will have access to, and

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      the right to audit and examine, any pertinent books, documents, papers, and records of
      Contractor (such as sales receipts, salary lists, itemized expenses and disbursements,
      time reports, equipment charges, overtime reports, etc.), and related Contractor's
      charges incurred in its performance under this Agreement. Such records will be kept by
      Contractor for a period of four (4) years after Final Payment under this Agreement.
      Contractor agrees to refund to University any overpayments disclosed by any audits.

49.   NOTICES - Except as otherwise provided by this Section, all notices, consents,
      approvals, demands, requests or other communications provided for or permitted to be
      given under any of the provisions of this Agreement will be in writing and will be sent
      via certified mail, hand delivery, overnight courier, facsimile transmission (to the extent a
      facsimile number is set forth below), or email (to the extent an email address is set forth
      below) as provided below, and notice will be deemed given (i) if delivered by certified
      mailed, when deposited, postage prepaid, in the United States mail, or (ii) if delivered by
      hand, overnight courier, facsimile (to the extent a facsimile number is set forth below) or
      email (to the extent an email address is set forth below), when received:

      If to University:      _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             Attention: ______________________

      with copy to:          _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             Attention: ______________________

      If to Contractor:      _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             Attention: ______________________

      or other person or address as may be given in writing by either party to the other in
      accordance with this Section.

      Notwithstanding any other requirements for notices given by a party under this
      Agreement, if Contractor intends to deliver written notice to University pursuant to
      Section 2251.054, Texas Government Code, then Contractor will send that notice to
      University as follows:

      [Note: Fax and Email are required by Chapter 2251, Texas Government Code.]

                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             Fax: ___________________________
                             Email: _________________________

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                             Attention: _______________________

      with copy to:          _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             _______________________________
                             Fax: ___________________________
                             Email: _________________________
                             Attention: _______________________


      or other person or address as may be given in writing by University to
      Contractor in accordance with this Section.
50.   CAPTIONS - The captions of sections and subsections in this Agreement are for
      convenience only and will not be considered or referred to in resolving questions of
      interpretation or construction.

51.   SEVERABILITY - In case any provision of this Agreement will, for any reason, be held
      invalid or unenforceable in any respect, the invalidity or unenforceability will not affect any
      other provision of this Agreement, and this Agreement will be construed as if the invalid or
      unenforceable provision had not been included.

52.   BREACH OF CONTRACT CLAIMS -

      52.1 To the extent that Chapter 2260, Texas Government Code, as it may be
      amended from time to time ("Chapter 2260"), is applicable to this Agreement and is not
      preempted by other Applicable Laws, the dispute resolution process provided for in
      Chapter 2260 will be used, as further described herein, by University and Contractor to
      attempt to resolve any claim for breach of contract made by Contractor:

             52.1.1 Contractor‟s claims for breach of this Agreement that the parties cannot
             resolve pursuant to other provisions of this Agreement or in the ordinary course
             of business will be submitted to the negotiation process provided in subchapter B
             of Chapter 2260. To initiate the process, Contractor will submit written notice, as
             required by subchapter B of Chapter 2260, to University in accordance with the
             notice provisions in this Agreement. Contractor's notice will specifically state that
             the provisions of subchapter B of Chapter 2260 are being invoked, the date and
             nature of the event giving rise to the claim, the specific contract provision that
             University allegedly breached, the amount of damages Contractor seeks, and the
             method used to calculate the damages. Compliance by Contractor with
             subchapter B of Chapter 2260 is a required prerequisite to Contractor's filing of a
             contested case proceeding under subchapter C of Chapter 2260. The Chief
             Business Officer of University, or the other officer of University as may be
             designated from time to time by University by written notice thereof to Contractor
             in accordance with the notice provisions in this Agreement, will examine
             Contractor's claim and any counterclaim and negotiate with Contractor in an
             effort to resolve the claims.

             52.1.2 If the parties are unable to resolve their disputes under Section 52.1.1, the
             contested case process provided in subchapter C of Chapter 2260 is


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             Contractor‟s sole and exclusive process for seeking a remedy for any and all of
             Contractor's claims for breach of this Agreement by University.

             52.1.3 Compliance with the contested case process provided in subchapter C of
             Chapter 2260 is a required prerequisite to seeking consent to sue from the
             Legislature under Chapter 107, Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code. The
             parties hereto specifically agree that (i) neither the execution of this Agreement
             by University nor any other conduct, action or inaction of any representative of
             University relating to this Agreement constitutes or is intended to constitute a
             waiver of University's or the state's sovereign immunity to suit and (ii) University
             has not waived its right to seek redress in the courts.

      52.2 The submission, processing and resolution of Contractor‟s claim is governed by
      the published rules adopted by the Texas Attorney General pursuant to Chapter 2260,
      as currently effective, thereafter enacted or subsequently amended.

      52.3 University and Contractor agree that any periods set forth in this Agreement for
      notice and cure of defaults are not waived.

53.   ASSIGNMENT OF OVERCHARGE CLAIMS - Contractor hereby assigns to University
      any and all claims for overcharges associated with this Agreement arising under the
      antitrust laws of the United States, 15 U.S.C.A., Sec. 1 et seq., or arising under the
      antitrust laws of the State of Texas, Texas Business and Commerce Code, Sections
      15.01, et seq.

54.   Ethics Matters; No Financial Interest. Contractor and its employees, agents,
      representatives and subcontractors have read and understand University‟s Conflicts of
      Interest Policy available at [Note: Insert University’s web page where Policy is
      posted.]         [Option         (Include          for        UT       System    only.):
      http://www.utsystem.edu/policy/policies/int160.html], University‟s Standards of Conduct
      Guide available at [Note: Insert University’s web page where Guide is posted.]
      [Option              (Include           for            UT            System      only.):
      http://www.utsystem.edu/systemcompliance/SOCcombined.pdf], and applicable state
      ethics laws and rules available at www.utsystem.edu/ogc/ethics. Neither Contractor nor
      its employees, agents, representatives or subcontractors will assist or cause University
      employees to violate University‟s Conflicts of Interest Policy, provisions described by
      University‟s Standards of Conduct Guide, or applicable state ethics laws or rules.
      Contractor represents and warrants that no member of the Board has a direct or indirect
      financial interest in the transaction that is the subject of this Agreement.

55.   [Option (include if the value of this Agreement is expected to equal or exceed
      $100,000 or if a HUB Subcontracting Plan is attached): HISTORICALLY
      UNDERUTILIZED BUSINESS SUBCONTRACTING PLAN - Contractor agrees to use
      good faith efforts to subcontract the Custodial Services to be provided under this
      Agreement in accordance with the HSP. Contractor agrees to maintain business records
      documenting its compliance with the HSP and to submit a monthly compliance report to
      University in the format required by the Texas Procurement and Support Services
      Division of the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts or any successor agency
      (collectively, “TPSS”). Submission of compliance reports will be required as a condition
      for payment under this Agreement. If University determines that Contractor has failed to
      subcontract as set out in the HSP, University will notify Contractor of any deficiencies

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      and give Contractor an opportunity to submit documentation and explain why the failure
      to comply with the HSP should not be attributed to a lack of good faith effort by
      Contractor. If University determines that Contractor failed to implement the HSP in good
      faith, University, in addition to any other remedies, may report nonperformance to the
      TPSS in accordance with 34 TAC Chapter 20,§§20.101 – 20.108. University may also
      revoke this Agreement for breach and make a claim against Contractor.

      55.1 Changes to the HSP: If at any time during the term of this Agreement, Contractor
      desires to change the HSP, before the proposed changes become effective (1)
      Contractor must comply with 34 TAC Section 20.14; (2) the changes must be reviewed
      and approved by University; and (3) if University approves changes to the HSP, this
      Agreement must be amended in accordance with Section 41 to replace the HSP with
      the revised subcontracting plan.

      55.2 Expansion of the Services: If University expands the scope of the services
      through a change order or any other amendment, University will determine if the
      additional services contain probable subcontracting opportunities not identified in the
      initial solicitation for the services. If University determines additional probable
      subcontracting opportunities exist, Contractor will submit an amended subcontracting
      plan covering those opportunities. The amended subcontracting plan must comply with
      the provisions of 34 TAC Section 20.14 before (1) this Agreement may be amended to
      include the additional services; or (2) Contractor may perform the additional services. If
      Contractor subcontracts any of the additional subcontracting opportunities identified by
      University without prior authorization and without complying with 34 TAC Section 20.14,
      Contractor will be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement and will be subject to any
      remedial actions provided by Texas law including Chapter 2161, Texas Government
      Code and 34 TAC Section 20.14. University may report nonperformance under this
      Agreement to the TPSS in accordance with 34 TAC Chapter 20,§§20.101 – 20.108.]

      [Options (include Sections 56 through 59 if University is a medical institution that
      receives funds from Medicare/Medicaid or if cost of Custodial Services is included
      in overhead charged back to federal contracts or grants; Consult with University’s
      Office of Sponsored Projects for more information):

56.   CERTIFICATIONS OF NONSEGREGATED FACILITIES AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
      OPPORTUNITIES COMPLIANCE - Contractor certifies that, except for restrooms and
      wash rooms and one (1) or more lactation rooms each of which is segregated on the
      basis of sex: (1) it does not maintain or provide for its employees any segregated
      facilities at any of its establishments and that it does not permit its employees to perform
      their services at any location under its control where segregated facilities are
      maintained; (2) it will not maintain or provide for its employees any segregated facilities
      at any of its establishments; and (3) it will not permit its employees to perform their
      services at any location under its control where segregated facilities are maintained.
      Contractor agrees that a breach of this certification is a violation of the Equal Opportunity
      clause. The term "segregated facilities" means any waiting rooms, work areas, rest
      rooms and wash rooms, entertainment areas, and transportation or housing facilities
      provided for employees which are segregated by explicit directive or are in fact
      segregated on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, because of habit,
      local custom, or otherwise. Contractor further agrees that, except where it has contracts
      prior to the award with subcontractors exceeding $10,000.00 which are not exempt from
      the provisions of the Equal Opportunity clause, Contractor will retain certifications for

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      each one of its subcontractors in Contractor‟s files, and that it will forward the following
      notice to all proposed subcontractors (except where the proposed subcontractors have
      submitted identical certifications for specific time periods):

             NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE SUBCONTRACTORS OF REQUIREMENTS FOR
             CERTIFICATIONS OF NONSEGREGATED FACILITIES - A Certification on
             Nonsegregated Facilities must be submitted prior to the award of any subcontract
             exceeding $10,000.00 which is not exempt from the provisions of the Equal
             Opportunity clause. The certification may be submitted either for each
             subcontract or for all subcontracts during a period (i.e. quarterly, semiannually, or
             annually).

      Contractor understands that the penalty for making false statements regarding the
      subject matters of this Section is prescribed in 18 U.S.C. 1001.

57.   DEBARMENT - Contractor confirms that neither Contractor nor its Principals are
      suspended, debarred, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily
      excluded from the award of contracts from United States (“U.S.”) federal government
      procurement or nonprocurement programs, or are listed in the List of Parties Excluded
      from Federal Procurement or Nonprocurement Programs (http://www.epls.gov/) issued
      by the U.S. General Services Administration. “Principals” means officers, directors,
      owners, partners, and persons having primary management or supervisory
      responsibilities within a business entity (e.g. general manager, plant manager, head of a
      subsidiary, division or business segment, and similar positions). Contractor will provide
      immediate written notification to University if, at any time prior to award, Contractor
      learns that this certification was erroneous when submitted or has become erroneous by
      reason of changed circumstances. This certification is a material representation of fact
      upon which reliance will be placed when University executes this Agreement. If it is later
      determined that Contractor knowingly rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to
      the other remedies available to University, University may terminate this Agreement for
      default by Contractor.

58.   OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL CERTIFICATION - Contractor acknowledges that
      University is prohibited by federal regulations from allowing any employee,
      subcontractor, or agent of Contractor to work on site at University‟s premises or facilities
      if that individual is not eligible to work on federal healthcare programs such as Medicare,
      Medicaid, or other similar federal programs. Therefore, Contractor will not assign any
      employee, subcontractor or agent that appears on the List of Excluded Individuals
      issued by the United States Office of the Inspector General ("OIG") to work on site at
      University‟s premises or facilities. Contractor will perform an OIG sanctions check
      quarterly on each of its employees, subcontractors and agents during the time the
      employees, subcontractors and agents are assigned to work on site at University‟s
      premises or facilities. Contractor acknowledges that University will require immediate
      removal of any employee, subcontractor or agent of Contractor assigned to work at
      University„s premises or facilities if the employee, subcontractor or agent is found to be
      on the OIG's List of Excluded Individuals. The OIG's List of Excluded Individuals may be
      accessed through the following Internet website:
      http://www.oig.hhs.gov/fraud/exclusions/exclusions_list.asp

59.   ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS - To the extent applicable to this Agreement, in accordance
      with Section 1861(v)(I)(i) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1395x) as amended, and

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      the provisions of 42 CFR Section 420.300, et seq., Contractor agrees to allow, during
      and for a period of not less than four (4) years after the expiration or termination of this
      Agreement, access to this Agreement and its books, documents, and records; and
      contracts between Contractor and its subcontractors or related organizations, including
      books, documents and records relating to same, by the Comptroller General of the
      United States, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and their duly
      authorized representatives]

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, duly authorized representatives of University and Contractor have
executed and delivered this Agreement effective as of the Effective Date.

[Note: Delete all bracketed ([ ]) and highlighted text before sending this Agreement to
Contractor.]

CONTRACTOR:                                        UNIVERSITY:

[Note: See “OGC Recommended Contract Execution Instructions” at:
http://www.utsystem.edu/ogc/pc/Docs-PC/ContractExecutionInstructions.pdf]

________________________________                   THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
________________________________                   ___________________________________

By: ____________________________                   By: _______________________________
Name: __________________________                   Name: _____________________________
Title: ___________________________                 Title: ______________________________

Date: ___________________________                  Date: ______________________________


ATTACH:

SCHEDULE 1 - Statement of Work for Custodial Services
       ATTACHMENT A to SCHEDULE 1 - Standards for Custodial Services
SCHEDULE 2 - Map of Service Areas
[Option (include if the value of this Agreement is expected to equal or exceed $100,000 or
if University requested a HUB Subcontracting Plan: SCHEDULE 3 - Historically
Underutilized Business Subcontracting Plan]
[Option: SCHEDULE 4 - Map of Space]
[Option: SCHEDULE 5 - Roster Sheet]




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                                        SCHEDULE 1

                         Statement of Work for Custodial Services

[Option (The following is a sample Scope of Work. If University chooses to use this
sample, University must review and revise to meet University’s specific needs.):
Contractor will perform the following Custodial Services for University‟s Service Areas. Each
and every element of the Custodial Services is not listed in this SCHEDULE 1. It is Contractor‟s
responsibility to be familiar with good housekeeping procedures and practices and to perform
the Custodial Services in accordance with good housekeeping procedures and practices.

Contractor will furnish materials, supplies, tools and equipment required for the satisfactory
performance of the Custodial Services, including all soaps, cleaners, detergents, disinfectants,
restroom and student laboratory paper goods, and trash can/wastebasket liners of at least the
following quality:

       30x37 High Density 10mic roll can liner 500/cs
       8362 Protecto Toilet Seat Covers 250 sheets
       40x48 High Density 14mic roll can liner 250/cs
       4460 KC Toilet Tissue 80/cs
       Triangle lotion Soap floral scent
       1000 KC White Roll Towel 8”x1000‟ 12/cs
       KC Professional pink hand lotion soap 4/cs
       181 KC White Multi-Fold towels 3600/cs
       KC Antibacterial Clear Skin Cleanser 4/cs
       1700 Single Fold White Paper Towel 16pgks/cs
       2129 JRT Jr. Jumbo Roll Tissue 12/cs
       7001 KC Kleenex Cottonelle Coreless TP 36/cs
       50600 KC Kleenex White Roll Towel (auto dispense)
       HOS-6141 Sanitary Napkin Waxed Bags 250/cs


Time of Performance
1.    All Basic Services will be performed between 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on a five-day per
      week schedule.
2.    University observes approximately ten (10) holidays per year. A request for "extra
      services" will be issued for special services on these holidays, if required.


Academic/Research Custodial Services and Schedule

A.     Entries
       Basic Services
       1.     Empty trash cans once nightly and continuously during the day. Replace trash
              can liners as necessary.
       2.     Spot clean, vacuum and damp mop all floors once nightly and continuously
              during the day.
       3.     Shampoo and/or strip, seal, and re-wax all floors four times per year. At least
              three coats of wax per application are required.
       4.     Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
       5.     Brush down wall and ceiling vents monthly.

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     6.     Vacuum or damp wipe furniture weekly.
     7.     Shampoo and/or strip, seal, and re-wax all floors two times per year with at least
            five coats of wax per application are required.
     8.     Shower Scrub and Recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     9.     Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

B.   Public Corridors
     Basic Services
     1.     Pick up boxes, crates, and trash in corridors on a nightly basis.
     2.     Vacuum and spot clean all carpeted areas nightly.
     3.     Shampoo all carpet semi-annually.
     4.     Sweep, spot clean, and damp mop all hard surface floors nightly.
     5.     Strip, seal, and re-wax all hard surface floors annually. At least five coats of wax
            per application are required.
     6.     Spot clean all walls and door glass nightly.
     7.     Clean and polish drinking fountains nightly.
     8.     Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
     9.     Clean glass partitions weekly.
     10.    Brush down all wall and ceiling vents monthly.
     11.    Shower Scrub and Recoat hard surfaces Quarterly.
     12.    Burnish hard surfaces Bi-weekly
     Alternate Services
     13.    Shampoo all carpet four times per year.

C.   Elevators Including Garage Elevators
     Basic Services
     1.     Clean cab doors, frames, door tracks, vacuum carpets and clean/polish hard
            floors nightly.
     2.     Clean ceiling panels weekly.
     3.     Shampoo all carpet semi-annually.
     4.     Strip, seal, and re-wax all hard surface floors Semi-annually. At least five coats of
            wax per application are required.
     5.     Shower scrub and recoat all hard surface floors quarterly.
     6.     Burnish hard flooring bi-weekly.
     Alternate Services
     7.     Shampoo all carpet four times per year.

D.   Restrooms
     Basic Services
     1.    Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.    Spot clean all walls nightly.
     3.    Wash all toilet partitions nightly.
     4.    Thoroughly clean and disinfect all surfaces of all plumbing fixtures nightly.
     5.    Remove all graffiti nightly.
     6.    Polish all metal and materials nightly.
     7.    Perform high and low dusting weekly.
     8.    Scrub floors. No wax is required.
     9.    Refill soap, towel and tissue containers nightly.
     10.   Brush down all wall and ceiling vents monthly.

E.   Departmental Offices

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     Basic Services
     1.    Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.    Vacuum and spot clean all floors nightly.
     3.    Shampoo all carpet or strip and wax all hard surface floors annually. At least
           three coats of wax per application are required.
     4.    Spot clean entry doors and glass storefronts nightly.
     5.    Spot clean all walls and glass partitions weekly.
     6.    Spot clean around all wall switches twice weekly.
     7.    Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
     8.    Brush down all wall and ceiling vents monthly.
     9.    Dust Venetian blinds monthly.
     10.   Shower scrub and recoat all hard surface floors quarterly.
     11.   Shampoo carpet or strip and wax all hard surface floors semi-annually. At least
           five coats of wax per application are required.

F.   Private Offices
     Basic Services
     1.     Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.     Vacuum carpet weekly.
     3.     Shampoo all carpet or strip and wax all hard surface floors annually. At least
            three coats of wax per application are required.
     4.     Spot clean all walls weekly.
     5.     Spot clean around all wall switches weekly.
     6.     Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
     7.     Brush down and damp wipe all wall and ceiling vents monthly.
     8.     Dust Venetian blinds monthly.
     9.     Shower scrub and recoat all hard surface floors quarterly.
     10.    Shampoo carpet or strip and wax all hard surface floors annually. At least five
            coats of wax per application are required.

G.   Classrooms/Auditoriums
     Basic Services
     1.    Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.    Vacuum and spot clean all floors nightly.
     3.    Shampoo all carpet or strip and wax all hard surface floors semi-annually. At
           least three coats of wax per application are required.
     4.    Spot clean all walls weekly.
     5.    Counter tops, desks, and sinks are to be cleaned and cabinets are to be damp
           wiped nightly.
     6.    Spot clean around all wall switches weekly.
     7.    Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
     8.    Brush down all wall and ceiling vents monthly.
     9.    Dust Venetian blinds monthly.
     10.   Clean blackboards and marker boards nightly. Erasures ONLY when indicated by
           a notation on the board.
     11.   Shower scrub and recoat all hard surface floors quarterly.

H.   Library
     Basic Services
     1.     Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.     Vacuum and spot clean all carpet nightly.

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     3.     Spot clean and damp mop all vinyl surfaces nightly.
     4.     Shampoo or strip and re-wax semi-annually. At least three coats of wax per
            application are required.
     5.     Spot clean entrance doors and glass storefronts nightly.
     6.     Spot clean all walls weekly.
     7.     Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
     8.     Brush down all wall and ceiling vents monthly.
     9.     Dust Venetian blinds monthly.

I.   Departmental Library/Conference Room
     Basic Services
     1.    Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.    Vacuum and spot clean floors nightly.
     3.    Shampoo all carpet annually and when requested or strip and re-wax hard
           surface floors annually and when requested. At least three coats of wax per
           application are required.
     4.    Spot clean all walls weekly.
     5.    Counter tops, desks, and sinks are to be cleaned and cabinets are to be damp
           wiped nightly.
     6.    Spot clean around all wall switches weekly.
     7.    Low and high dusting of all horizontal building surfaces weekly.
     8.    Brush down all wall and ceiling vents monthly.
     9.    Dust Venetian blinds monthly.
     10.   Clean blackboards and marker boards nightly. Erasures ONLY when indicated by
           a notation on the board.
     11.   Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
           coats of wax per application are required.
     12.   Shower Scrub and Recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     13.   Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

J.   Laboratories
     Basic Services
     1.    Empty and damp wipe trashcans and replace plastic liners nightly.
     2.    Strip and re-wax floors annually. At least five coats of wax per application are
           required.
     3.    Sweep floors nightly.
     4.    Damp mop and spot clean floors nightly.
     5.    Spot clean walls semi-annually.
     6.    Damp wipe all vents quarterly.
     7.    Sweep floors nightly.
     8.    Strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five coats of wax per
           application are required.
     9.    Shower Scrub and Recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     10.   Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

K.   General Cleaning Services
     The following general services will be performed as minimum services at the frequencies
     noted.

     1.     Nightly Service
            a.     Sweep stairways, dust handrails, and stair molding nightly.

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              b.     Sweep and pick up around all outside lobby entrances and building
                     entrances nightly.
              c.     Vacuum all throw rugs in high traffic areas nightly.
              d.     Inside delivery areas are to be polished to maintain a clean appearance
                     nightly.
              e.     Vending areas are to be cleaned, vacuumed, mopped, dusted, and
                     polished nightly.
              f.     Public telephone booths and/or stalls are to be cleaned, and telephone
                     instruments are to be dusted and damp cleaned nightly.
              g.     All elevators (including garage elevators), entrances, and lobbies are to
                     be cleaned nightly.
              h.     Guard Shacks are to be cleaned nightly.
              i.     Sweep and wash area drive directly in front of the "U" Building, Aston
                     Ambulatory Care Center, nightly.

       2.     Weekend Service
              Minimum service to high traffic areas are to be completed once nightly after 5:00
              p.m. on Saturday and Sunday

              a.     Areas include:
                     1.     "C" Building
                            -Public corridors level one.
                            -Public restrooms level one.
                     2.     "D" Building
                            -Public corridors level one.
                            -Public restrooms level one.
                            -Vending machine area level one.
                            -Lounge areas level one.
                     3.     "E" Building
                            -Public corridor 2.4.
                            -Public corridor 2.5.
              b.     Services to include:
                     1.     Empty trash cans.
                     2.     Spot clean floors.
                     3.     Restock paper towels, tissue paper, and soap in restrooms.
                     4.     Wet mop or vacuum spillage as needed.
                     5.     Spot clean restrooms.

       L.     Monthly Service (Minimal service to be completed at least once every month).
              a.    Clean glass that is reachable inside and out of buildings "D", "C", "N", and
                    "E" entrances (also as required for special activities). This work is to be
                    done during the daytime hours.
              b.    Clean light fixtures as requested by University.

Clinical Building Cleaning Schedule
A.     General (For all rooms/areas)
       1.      Daily spot clean carpeting.
       2.      Weekly spot clean walls and wall switches.
       3.      Monthly dust horizontal building surfaces.
       4.      Monthly dust all blinds.


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B.   Entrances and Lobbies
     1.    Continuously during the day and once at night empty trashcans and replace
           trashcan liners.
     2.    Continuously during the day spot clean floors.
     3.    Daily remove debris.
     4.    Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floor
     5.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     6.    Daily vacuum walk off mats.
     7.    Daily clean (inside and outside) all entryway plate glass. Entryway plate glass will
           be without streaks, film, deposits, and stains and has a uniformly bright
           appearance. Wipe clean adjacent surfaces.
     8.    Daily clean and polish entrance door pulls and thresholds. Door metal will be free
           of smears, stains and finger marks. Door thresholds will be free of dirt, grit, lint
           and debris.
     9.    Daily dust all furniture.
     10.   Weekly dust (using a chemically treated dust cloth) all handrails and supports.
           Handrails and supports will be free of dirt and dust, dust streaks, lint and
           cobwebs.
     11.   Monthly clean all baseboards.
     12.   Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     13.   Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
           coats of wax per application are required.
     14.   Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     15.   Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

C.   Public Corridors
     1.     Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners.
     2.     Daily remove debris.
     3.     Daily sweep and dust mop hard surface floor
     4.     Daily vacuum all carpets.
     5.     Daily vacuum walk off mats.
     6.     Daily clean and polish drinking fountains.
     7.     Weekly clean all walls and door glass.
     8.     Weekly sweep and damp mop hard surface floor.
     9.     Weekly dust all horizontal surfaces.
     10.    Weekly dust (using a chemically treated dust cloth) all handrails and supports.
            Handrails and supports will be free of dirt and dust, dust streaks, lint and
            cobwebs.
     11.    Monthly clean all baseboards.
     12.    Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     13.    Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
            coats of wax per application are required.
     14.    Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     15.    Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

D.   Offices
     1.     Daily empty trashcans and replace trashcan liners when wet, as necessary, at
            least one time per week. Damp wipe trashcans as needed.
     2.     Daily sweep, dust mop hard surface floor
     3.     Weekly sweep and damp mop hard surface floors.
     4.     Weekly vacuum all carpets.

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     5.     Dust horizontal surfaces weekly.
     6.     Monthly clean all baseboards.
     7.     Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     8.     Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
            coats of wax per application are required.
     9.     Shower Scrub and Recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     10.    Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

E.   Departmental Offices
     1.    Daily empty trashcans and replace trashcan liners when wet, as necessary, at
           least one time per week. Damp wipe trashcans as needed.
     2.    Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floors.
     3.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     4.    Dust horizontal surfaces weekly.
     5.    Weekly spray buff all hard surface floors.
     6.    Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     7.    Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
           coats of wax per application are required.
     8.    Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     9.    Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

F.   Restrooms
     1.    Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners. Damp wipe as needed.
     2.    Daily sweep, dust mop hard surface floor.
     3.    Daily clean and disinfect toilet partitions.
     4.    Daily clean and disinfect all lavatory fixtures.
     5.    Daily clean mirrors. Mirrors will be without streaks, film, deposits, and stains and
           has a uniformly bright appearance. Wipe clean adjacent surfaces.
     6.    Daily clean and polish metal. Metal will be free of smears, stains and finger
           marks.
     7.    Daily remove graffiti.
     8.    Weekly sweep, damp mop hard surface floor.
     9.    Weekly wash all tile walls.
     10.   Weekly spray buff all vinyl composite tile floors.
     11.   Monthly clean all baseboards.
     12.   Annually strip and seal all hard surface floors.
     13.   Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     14.   Dust horizontal surfaces weekly

G.   Stairways and Landings
     1.    Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners.
     2.    Daily remove debris.
     3.    Daily sweep, dust mop hard surface floor
     4.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     5.    Daily vacuum walk off mats.
     6.    Weekly sweep and damp mop hard surface floor
     7.    Monthly spray buff all hard surface floors.
     8.    Monthly dust (using a chemically treated dust cloth) all handrails and supports.
           Handrails and supports will be free of dirt and dust, dust streaks, lint and
           cobwebs.
     9.    Monthly clean all baseboards.

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     10.    Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     11.    Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
            coats of wax per application are required.
     12.    Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     13.    Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

H.   Classrooms
     1.    Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners.
     2.    Daily remove debris.
     3.    Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floor
     4.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     5.    Daily damp wipe all furniture, countertops and cabinets.
     6.    Daily clean sinks.
     7.    Daily clean blackboards and marker boards.
     8.    Weekly dust (using a chemically treated dust cloth) all handrails and supports.
           Handrails and supports will be free of dirt and dust, dust streaks, lint and
           cobwebs.
     9.    Monthly clean all baseboards.
     10.   Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
           coats of wax per application are required.
     11.   Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     12.   Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly
     13.   Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.
     14.   Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.

J.   Treatment/Examination/Clinical Rooms
     1.    Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners.
     2.    Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floor
     3.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     4.    Daily dust all furniture.
     5.    Monthly clean all baseboards.
     6.    Weekly dust horizontal building services
     7.    Monthly brush walls and ceiling vents
     8.    Weekly dust Venetian blinds
     9.    Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
           coats of wax per application are required.
     10.   Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     11.   Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

L.   Laboratories
     1.    Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners.
     2.    Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floor
     3.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     4.    Daily dust all furniture.
     5.    Weekly spray buff all hard surface floors.
     6.    Monthly clean all baseboards.
     7.    Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
           coats of wax per application are required.
     8.    Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     9.    Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly


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M.   Conference Room and Break Rooms
     1.    Daily empty trashcans, replace trashcan liners.
     2.    Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floor
     3.    Daily vacuum all carpets.
     4.    Daily clean sinks.
     5.    Daily damp wipe all furniture, countertops and cabinets.
     6.    Monthly spray buff all hard surface floors.
     7.    Two times per year shampoo carpet or strip, seal and re-wax hard surface floors.
     8.    Annually clean all baseboards.
     9.    Annually brush wall and ceiling vents.

O.   Elevators
     1.     Daily remove debris.
     2.     Daily sweep, damp mop hard surface floor
     3.     Daily vacuum all carpets.
     4.     Daily vacuum walk off mats.
     5.     Daily clean (inside and outside) all surfaces. Elevator walls and surfaces will be
            without streaks, film, deposits, and stains and has a uniformly bright appearance.
            Wipe clean door tracks.
     6.     Daily clean and polish elevator metal surfaces. Door metal will be free of smears,
            stains and finger marks.
     7.     Shampoo carpet and/or strip and wax hard surface floors annually. At least five
            coats of wax per application are required.
     8.     Shower scrub and recoat hard surfaces quarterly.
     9.     Burnish hard surfaces bi-weekly

Q.   Aston Center Additional Work
     1.    All regular services will be performed after 5:00 p.m. or Saturday and Sunday on
           a five day per week schedule.
     2.    University observes approximately ten (10) holidays per year. A request for
           services will be issued for services on these holidays, if required.]




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                                        Attachment A
                                       to SCHEDULE 1

                              Standards for Custodial Services


[Option (The following is a sample for Standards for Custodial Services. If University
chooses to use this sample, University must review and revise to meet University’s
specific needs.): In accordance with Section 5 of this Agreement, Contractor agrees to use its
best efforts, skill, diligence, judgment and abilities to perform the Custodial Services in
accordance with this Agreement (including the following standards), the highest standards of
Contractor‟s business, and in compliance with all Applicable Laws:

1.     Sweeping: Sweeping is defined as the removal of loose dirt, dust, debris and other
       foreign material through either manual or mechanized methods as appropriate for the
       location and situation.

       Standard: When properly completed a swept area will be free of all loose dirt, dust,
       debris or other foreign material with no build up in corners, crevices, under of' around
       furniture parts. All items moved to remove dirt, etc. will be returned to their original
       location.

2.     Wet Mopping: Wet mopping is defined as the removal of built up dirt, soil, liquids or
       other foreign materials from a floor using a cotton or similar yarn type mop and sufficient
       neutral detergent and water solution or neutral disinfecting detergent and water solution.
       This will include rinsing if required or recommended by the detergent manufacturer.

       Standard: When properly completed a wet mopped floor will be free of all dirt, debris soil,
       liquids or other foreign material. It will present a uniform appearance free of streaks
       smudges, heel-marks or any other marks which can be reasonably removed through this
       cleaning method. All splash marks/spots on walls and furniture/fixtures must be removed
       or the proper completion of the wet mopping task. All items moved to accomplish this
       task will be returned to their original positions.

3.     Damp Mopping: Damp mopping is defined as the use of a cotton or similar yam type
       mop which has been mechanically wrung/squeezed to remove excess solution for
       purpose of removing light soil, dirt, liquid or other foreign material from a floor which
       does not require the complete mopping of the area or the area is not soiled sufficiently to
       require wet mopping.

       Standard: When properly completed damp mopping will be held to the same quality
       standard sawed mopping.

4.     Machine Mopping: Machine mopping is defined as the use of a mechanized
       scrubbing/vacuum same result as wet mopping for large areas such as halls, lobbies,
       auditoriums or similar large areas which would otherwise require extensive labor
       requirements to complete in a reasonable time period.

       Standard: When properly completed machine mopping will be held to the same quality
       standard as wet mopping.


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5.    Spot Cleaning: Spot cleaning is defined as the removal of dirt, soil, debris, liquids,
      stains or other foreign materials from floors, wall, furniture, fixtures or other areas which
      can be accomplished by cleaning only the immediately affected area where the
      requirement of cleaning the whole area would not be necessary. Spot cleaning may be
      accomplished by any of the methods contained herein and as dictated by the
      circumstances of the soiling.

      Standard: When properly completed spot cleaning will remove completely any evidence
      of the soiling which necessitated the cleaning, and return the finish of the item/area
      affected to its pre-soiled condition without evidence of occurrence or cleaning.

6.    Stripping: Stripping is defined as the complete (as is practicable removal of the
      wax/finish applied to non-carpeted floor. Stripping may be accomplished by either
      manual or mechanized application of an approved stripping agent.

      Standard: When properly accomplished a stripped floor will be completely free of all dirt,
      stains, deposits, wax, finish, water and cleaning solution, and will be ready for the re-
      application of sealer and floor finish. All splash evidence on baseboards and
      furniture/fixtures will be removed.

7.    Sealing: Sealing is defined as the application of an approved floor sealer prior to the
      application of the final floor finish according to industry standards and manufacturer
      recommendations. Application may be by either manual or mechanized methods.

      Standard: When properly sealed in compliance with the manufacturer‟s recommendation
      the floor will present a uniform appearance with all evidence of splashing on baseboards
      and furniture/fixtures completely removed.

8.    Waxing/Finishing: Waxing/Finishing is defined as the application of an approved non-
      slip gloss finish to hard surfaced floors such as vinyl, rubber, cork, linoleum, terrazzo,
      wood, or tile. Application may be by either manual or mechanized methods. This
      includes buffing the finish.

      Standard: When applied according to the manufacturer‟s recommendations the finish will
      present an even high gloss shine. M evidence of splashing will be removed from
      baseboards and furniture/fixtures. There will be no evidence of buildup or discoloring.
      After stripping, sealing and waxing have been completed all items moved will be
      returned to their original positions.

9.    Spray Buffing: Spray buffing is defined as the application of a wax and water solution to
      a floor and buffing with a high speed-buffing machine to refurbish the floor finish after
      wet or damp mopping.

      Standard: When properly completed a spray buffed floor will be held to the same quality
      as a newly waxed/finished floor.

10.   Vacuuming: Vacuuming is defined as the mechanical removal of loose dust, dirt, soil,
      debris and any other foreign material from carpeted floors and other items; ex. couches,
      chairs, walls, curtains/drapes; which lend themselves to this method of cleaning.



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      Standard: When properly vacuumed there will be no evidence of any dust or dirt or any
      other loose foreign material. All items moved during this process will be returned to their
      original positions.

11.   Shampooing: Shampooing is defined as the application of an approved cleaning agent
      to a carpeted floor or cloth material or covering for the purpose of removing embedded
      soil, dirt, stains or other foreign materials. Application may be by manual or mechanized.

      Standard: When properly shampooed the item will be free of any foreign material such
      as dirt, soil, and stains. The item will be free of any cleaning residue and will present a
      clean and uniform appearance. All excess cleaning agents will be removed from
      baseboards, walls, and furniture and fixtures. Any items moved during this process will
      be returned to their original positions.

12.   Dusting: Dusting is defined as the removal of laden airborne dirt, soil, lint, or other
      foreign material from furniture, fixtures, ledges, shelves, frames, walls and any other
      items which may accumulate airborne particles. Normal or low dusting is all levels up to
      and including six (6) feet in height. All high dusting will be all levels above six (6) feet
      high.

      Standard: When properly dusted the item will be free of any laden airborne materials,
      streaks, and smudges. Laden airborne matter will be removed by either mechanical,
      chemical or manual means except that devices which merely displace or redistribute the
      matter, such as feather dusters, will not be used, unless treated to attract and hold the
      matter. All items moved to accomplish this task will be returned to their original position.

13.   Glass/Window Cleaning - Glass/Window cleaning is defined as the removal of dirt, soil,
      smudges, fingerprints and other foreign material from glass window, doors, partitions, or
      any other items which may consist in whole or part of a glass or similar material
      including mirrors. All chemicals or solutions used to accomplish this task must be
      approved by University.

      Standard: When properly cleaned glass objects will be free of all dirt, soil, smudges,
      smears or any other substances which will interfere with the passage or reflectance of
      light rays as may be applicable to the particular object. All excess spray or solution must
      be removed from any surrounding trim or surfaces. Any items moved to accomplish this
      task must be returned as close as possible to their original positions.

14.   Trash/Waste Removal: Trash/Waste removal is defined as the collection and disposal
      of all materials which have been placed into appropriate containers dedicated for
      disposal. This service also includes the separation of identified recyclable materials and
      placement into an identified recycling container (Optional, use if applicable).

15.   Recycling: All specified recyclable materials must be collected, maintaining separation
      into appropriate containers. Once collected, materials are to be moved to the proper
      designated locations for transportation.

      Standard: When properly removed the waste receptacles will be free of all wastes and
      disposed materials. When any liner is used in a waste receptacle it will be replaced if
      there is any evidence of soiling, tearing or other damage or contamination. When any
      receptacle has been used for disposal of liquid or wet wastes the liner will be replaced

                                         APPENDIX TWO
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      regardless of its age or appearance. If the liner leaked or otherwise allowed wastes to
      contact the receptacle the receptacle will be cleaned and disinfected. (Recyclable
      materials will be separated and placed into their appropriate containers).

16.   Metal Cleaning/Polishing: Metal cleaning/polishing is defined as the removal of dirt,
      soil fingerprints, smudges, water marks, scale and other foreign material from metal
      surfaces and fixtures.

      Standard: When properly cleaned/polished with an approved non-abrasive
      cleaner/polish the metal surface will present a clean uniform appearance free from all
      dirt, soil, marks, smudges, scale, etc.

17.   Disinfecting: Disinfecting is defined as the removal or neutralization of material
      containing or supporting the growth of bacterial/viral organisms capable of causing
      infection in humans if untreated through the application of an approved disinfectant by
      either manual or mechanical methods.

      Standard: When properly disinfected surfaces will be as free as possible of material
      containing living bacteria, viruses, or other contaminates capable of causing infections.
      Testing may be accomplished by the agency or through an independent testing facility.

18.   Woodwork Cleaning/Polishing: Woodwork cleaning/polishing is defined as the
      treatment of wood furniture, fixtures, and walls with an approved wood cleaner, oil and/or
      polish to prevent the aging, cracking, and/or drying of wood items and to remove soil,
      stains, fingerprints and smudges.

      Standard: When properly cleaned and polished the wood will exhibit a high uniform
      sheen free of all dirt, soil, stains, or other foreign material which would detract from a
      clean and appealing appearance.

19.   Dispenser Service: Dispenser service is defined as the checking, and refilling of all
      towel, toilet tissue, soap, or any other dispensers which may be identified by University.

      Standard: When properly serviced dispensers will have an adequate (I day) supply of
      dispensed product or will be identified as needing a follow-up check to insure that the
      dispenser does not remain empty for an extended period of time. At no time will
      additional supplies be left for patrons/clients/patients/employees to install in the
      dispensers.

20.   Cleaning General: Cleaning in general is defined as the removal of dirt, soil, stains,
      liquids, trash, refuse and any other foreign material from an item, fixture, or area and
      may include the process of disinfecting, if required by University.

      Standard: When properly cleaned an area, fixture or item will be free of all dirt, soil,
      stains or other foreign material and will present clean, safe, healthful, and pleasant
      appearance.]




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                                      SCHEDULE 2

                                    Map of Service Areas
See Appendix Four to this RFP for the General Site Map.




                                       APPENDIX TWO
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                                   SCHEDULE 3

               Historically Underutilized Business Subcontracting Plan

See Appendix 3 to the RFP




                                    APPENDIX TWO
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                 [Option: SCHEDULE 4

                    Map of Space

Not Applicable




                     APPENDIX TWO
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                 [Option: SCHEDULE 5

                       Roster]

Not Applicable




                     APPENDIX TWO
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                                   APPENDIX THREE


                            HUB Subcontracting Plan (HSP)

Attached as part of this Bid Package




                                       APPENDIX THREE
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                   APPENDIX FOUR

                    LOCATION MAP




http://www.utexas.edu/parking/maps/visitor/visitor-map.pdf




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