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									 Purchasing Division                                                                  Vincent Mikiel, Buyer
 Office of the Controller                                                                   586-574-4675
 One City Square, 4th Floor, Suite 425
 Warren, Mi 48093-5289

 ITB-W-8026                                INVITATION TO BID                                  July 1, 2009

Sealed bid bids for DEMOLITION OF THE CITY POOL INCLUDING DECONTAMINATION,
DEMOLITION, ABATEMENT, AND REMOVAL OF DEBRIS, for the City of Warren are being
accepted. Sealed bids must be delivered to the
                                          DIVISION OF PURCHASING,
                                              CITY OF WARREN,
                                         ONE CITY SQUARE, 4TH FLOOR
                                           WARREN, MI 48093-5289,
                                 ON OR BEFORE 12:30 PM, JULY 15, 2009
SUBMIT ORIGINAL AND ONE (1) COPY. Bids received after 12:30 PM of the date they are due
will not be accepted or will be marked late, and retained unopened.
Bids will be transported over to the City Council chambers, auditorium, Warren Community
Center, 5460 Arden, Warren, MI, after the Purchasing Department has registered and
sorted the bids. They will be opened at 1:00 PM.

Addenda, clarifications and changes to the bid documents must be obtained on line by
registering (free registration available) for the MITN system as follows:                     1) go to
www.mitn.info select the Michigan MITN System, 2) select vendor registration at the top of the
page, 3) review the vendor registration options that are available to vendors, and then 4) select
vendor registration at the bottom of the page to register.                    Bid tabulations will be
p o s t e d o n M I T N – D o n o t c a l l f o r b i d t a b u l a t i o n ! YOU SHOULD REGISTER
FOR NIGP C O M M O D I T Y C O D E S :
      91240 - Demolition Services
      91038 - Asbestos Abatement Services
      92645 - Hazardous Material and Waste Services
      96127 - Decontamination Services
THERE WILL BE A PRE-BID MEETING on THURSDAY, JULY 9, 2009, 10:00 A.M. at the
COMFORT STATION PAVILLION LOCATED AT THE VETERAN’S PARK, 27400 CAMPBELL,
WARREN, MI 48093 with a walk-through site visit to follow at the CLOSED City Pool facility.
Additional information regarding this bid or any questions can be answered by contacting the buyer,
Craig Treppa, of The City Of Warren Purchasing Division PREFERABLY BY E-MAIL,
ctreppa@cityofwarren.org , Subject: ITB-W-8026.
Sincerely,


Craig Treppa
Buyer


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ITB-W 8026                                    CITY OF WARREN                                       Page 2 of 17


BID PROPOSAL:
The undersigned proposes to furnish DECONTAMINATION, DEMOLITION, ABATEMENT, AND REMOVAL
OF DEBRIS, in accordance with the attached specifications requirements to be considered an integral part of
this bid, at the following prices:


                                                                                                       TOTAL
ITEM DESCRIPTION
                                                                                                       PRICE
  1     DEMOLITION, ABATEMENT, DECONTAMINATION AND REMOVAL OF
                                                                                               $
        DEBRIS – COMPLETE.


The undersigned has carefully checked the bid figures and understands that he shall be responsible for any
error of omission in this bid offer and is in receipt of all addenda as issued.


Signature of ____________________________________________ DATE _________________
Authorized Company Representative
_________________________________________ COMPANY NAME ____________________________________
           (Print name of Signature)

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
ADDRESS                               CITY                          STATE           ZIP CODE

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
TELEPHONE NUMBER                        FAX NUMBER               E-MAIL ADDRESS

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
WARRANTY (If Applicable)                  BID PAYMENT TERMS (Blank will be considered NET 45)

EXCEPTIONS: Where an exception to any specification is taken, such exception shall be clearly
indicated below and along with the specifications attached hereto, shall be considered an integral
part of this bid proposal.
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

IMPORTANT: All City of Warren purchases require a MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET where applicable,
in compliance with the “MIOSHA “Right to know” law.

IT IS MANDATORY OF ALL BIDDERS TO RETURN THIS SHEET FULLY COMPLETED AND
SIGNED BY AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE WITH THEIR SEALED BID.




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      ITB-W-8026 PRICING SHEET (1 of 2)                 PAGE 3

UNIT     BUILDING DEMOLITION & REMOVAL    UNIT PRICE   EXTENSION
  1    Pool and Pool Deck                                          0

  1    Accessory Building                                          0

  1    Site Work                                                   0

  1    Site Restoration                                            0
                    SECTION TOTAL                                  0

UNIT            HAZARDOUS MATERIAL        UNIT PRICE   EXTENSION

 50    4" FLORESCENT LIGHT TUBES                                   0

 80    MERCURY VAPOR LIGHT BULBS                                   0

  3    MERCURY-CONTAINING THERMOSTATS                              0

  1    REFRIGERANT                                                 0

 11    EXIT SIGNS                                                  0

  5    EMERGENCY LIGHTS                                            0

  4    LEAD WEIGHTS                                                0

  1    BLEACH                                                      0

  3    PULSAR CHLORINATOR BRIQUETTES                               0

  1    ISOPROPANOL SOLUTION                                        0

  1    PHOSPHORIC ACID                                             0

  1    ARESOL ACID                                                 0

  1    AEROSOL PAINT                                               0

  1    FIRE EXTINGUISHER                                           0

  1    ACID                                                        0

  1    GASOLINE                                                    0

  1    DIESEL FUEL                                                 0

  1    TSUNAMI WATER PUMP                                          0

  1    ALTOSID MOSQUITO INHIBITOR                                  0

  1    ONAN GENSET GENERATOR                                       0

                     SECTION TOTAL                                 0
                     PAGE TOTAL                                    0

 COMPANY NAME:


AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:
       ITB-W-8026 PRICING SHEET (2 of 2)                               PAGE 4

 UNIT       PCB-CONTAMINATED MATERIAL      UNIT PRICE               EXTENSION

  35    PCB LIGHT BALLASTS                                                                      0

  2     TRANSFORMERS                                                                            0

                        SECTION TOTAL                                                           0

 UNIT      ABESTOS CONTAINING MATERIAL     UNIT PRICE               EXTENSION

  11    GASKET MATERIAL                                                                         0

  10    FIRE DOORS                                                                              0

                        SECTION TOTAL                                                           0

 UNIT                    MONITORING        UNIT PRICE               EXTENSION

  1     Air Testing General conditions                                                          0

  1     100% Payment & Performance Bond                                                         0

                        SECTION TOTAL                                                           0

                        PAGE TOTAL                                                              0

                        GRAND TOTAL                                                             0

                                           UNIT PRICE    UNIT PRICE 51-100      UNIT PRICE
 UNIT      ABESTOS CONTAINING MATERIAL     1- 50 UNITS         UNITS         101 UNITS AND UP

 SF     Transite Panels

 SF     9”x9” Floor Tile & Mastic

 SF     Exhaust Flue Insulation

 SF     Sprayed-on Material

 SF     Mirror Mastic

 SF     Roof Flashing

 SF     Tank Insulation

 SF     Pipe Insulation

 Joint Insulated Pipe Joints

 COMPANY NAME:


AUTHORIZED SIGNATURE:
ITB-W 8026                                       CITY OF WARREN                                      Page 5 of 17
INSPECTION OF WORK SITE AND PRE-BID MEETING:
A PRE-BID MEETING will be held at the COMFORT STATION PAVILLION LOCATED AT THE VETERAN’S PARK,
27400 CAMPBELL, WARREN, MI 48093 with a walk-through site visit to follow at the CLOSED City Pool facility. All
bidders will be held liable to have visited the work site(s) and familiarize themselves with the nature of the work and
conditions under which the work will be performed. No extras will be allowed for failure to determine the working
conditions under which this service will be performed, nor for failure to determine the extent of work as a result of failure
to inspect the work site.
To arrange for an inspection of the work site(s), contact: John Grassi (586) 268-8400 between the hours of 9:00 AM and
3:00 PM Monday thru Friday, at least two (2) days in advance of desired appointment.

Authorized signature for _________________________________________________________
Inspection and Pre Bid Meeting Clause

ESTIMATED QUANTITIES CLAUSE:
Where quantities are cited, the quantities have been estimated for bid award purposes. The quantities may increase or
decrease and the City makes no representation as to guarantee of quantities. Unit prices for abatement,
decontamination and removal of hazardous materials as quoted here in shall prevail.

Authorized signature for ________________________________________________________
Estimated Quantities Clause

AWARD CLAUSE:
Evaluation and award will be based on a combination of factors; including but not limited to bid price, adherence to
specifications and any other factors the City warrants is in its best interest. The City of Warren further reserves the right
to reject low bids which have major deviations from specifications; to accept a higher bid which has only minor
deviations.

Authorized signature for _________________________________________________________
Award Clause

PRICE CLAUSE:
The City of Warren requests that prices be held firm for 60 days or bid award, whichever comes first except for the
successful bidder whose prices shall be held firm for duration of contract.

Authorized signature for _________________________________________________________
Price Clause

DELIVERY AND COMPLETION:
Delivery Schedule:
Delivery is desired within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of order.
ALL BIDDERS MUST FURNISH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION;
A PROJECT SCHEDULE/TIMELINE IS TO BE INCLUDED WITH YOUR BID
Please indicate:
  We can meet this schedule
  We cannot meet this schedule but offer completion as follows:

             Number of days to complete delivery, after receipt of a Purchase Order.

Authorized signature for _________________________________________________________
Completion clause




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ITB-W 8026                                  CITY OF WARREN                                   Page 6 of 17


                                          GENERAL CONDITIONS
                                           (Effective February 3, 2009)
Bids and all information requested of the vendor shall be entered in the appropriate space on the enclosed
form and signature page. Failure to do so may disqualify your offer.
Bids must be submitted by the date specified and at or prior to the time specified to be considered. Late bids,
e-mail, telegraphic, or telephone bids will NOT be accepted.
Submit ORIGINAL AND ONE (1) COPY to the address on the NOTICE INVITATION TO BID,– usually the
first page of the bid document, with a label on the outside of the ENVELOPE STATING VENDORS NAME,
COMMODITY OR SERVICE AND BID NUMBER AND DUE DATE
An authorized officer or employee of the bidder shall sign all bids.
Vendor changes or alterations to the bid documents including the specification may result in the bid
being considered non-responsive and/or the bidder being debarred. The only authorized vendor changes
will be in the areas provided for the bidder’s response including the “Exceptions” section of the bid proposal
and on separate attached sheets provided by the vendor and clearly identified. If a change or alteration to the
bid document is undetected, and the bidder is awarded the contract, the original terms, conditions, and
specification in the authorized version of the bid document will be applicable during the terms of the contract.
Bidders are responsible for ensuring they have obtained all relevant documents including amendments,
clarifications, changes, drawings, etc. as made available by the City.
Prices quoted shall be for new products in current production unless otherwise specified. Where refurbished
or discontinued items are offered they must be clearly identified as such.
Prices quoted shall be exclusive of any rebates due the City of Warren. Any rebates the City of Warren may
be authorized should be shown as a separate line item and include expiration date.
Corrections and/or modifications received after the closing time specified will not be accepted.
All information shall be entered in ink or typewritten. Mistakes may be crossed out and corrections inserted
before submission of your bid. The person signing the bid shall initial corrections in ink.
Time of delivery may be a consideration in the award.
All prices will be bid F.O.B. DESTINATION, INCLUDE ALL DELIVERY AND ANY ADDITIONAL CHARGES
and remain in effect as specified in the proposal.
Brand names and numbers, when used, are for reference to indicate the character or quality desired, unless
specifically stated “No Substitutes”.
Alternate items of the same quality will be considered, provided your offer clearly describes the article. Offers
for alternate items shall state the brand and number, or level or quality. When the bidder does not state
brand, or level of quality, it is understood the offer is exactly as specified.

Any contract executed pursuant to this Request For Proposals/Request for Bids which is for a specific term
shall include for an extension of the contract term at the option of the City as follows:
        City shall have the sole option to extend the contract herein for a period of
        two months by written notice to contractor exercising the option served at least ten days prior to the
        expiration date of the contract. In the event such option is exercised by City, all of the provisions of
        the contract shall remain in full force and effect other than the date of expiration of the contract. Any
        further
        extension of the contract would be only by mutual agreement of the parties.
Sample of articles, when required, shall be furnished free of cost, of any sort, to the City of Warren. Samples
of articles selected may be retained for future comparison. Samples which are not destroyed by testing, or
which are not retained for future comparison will be returned upon request at the vendor's expense.

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ITB-W 8026                                   CITY OF WARREN                                   Page 7 of 17

If vendor supplies tangible products only to the City of Warren, sales taxes should not be included in your
bid as the City of Warren is sales tax exempt.
The City’s normal payment terms are 45 days in connection with cash discounts specified with this bid. Time
will be computed from the date of complete delivery of supplies or equipment as specified, or from the date
correct invoices are received in the Office of the City Controller, if the latter is later than the date of delivery.
Prices will be considered as net if no cash discount is shown.


IMPORTANT: All City of Warren purchases require a MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET where applicable,
in compliance with the “MIOSHA “Right to know” law.
THE ABOVE GENERAL CONDITIONS ARE CONSIDERED IN FORCE UNLESS SPECIFICALLY
ADDRESSED IN ANOTHER SECTION OF THE BID DOCUMENT.




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ITB-W 8026                                                CITY OF WARREN                                                   Page 8 of 17


                                                      INSURANCE
The awarded bidder will be required to provide the City with certificates of insurance naming the, City of Warren,
City of Warren Municipal Building Authority, the 37th District Court, all elected appointed officials, employees
and volunteers as individuals acting within the scope of their authority, AS AN ADDITIONAL INSURED: and
providing the following coverage and limits. Sub-contractors utilized by the awarded bidder shall be subject to these
same conditions:
COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY:
The following coverage is part of the General Liability policy:
Policy should be on an OCCURANCE BASIS WITH COMBINED SINGLE LIMITS.
General Aggregate                                                                      $2,000,000
Products/Completed Operations Aggregate                                                $1,000,000
Personal & Advertising Injury                                                          $1,000,000
Each Occurrence                                                                        $1,000,000
Fire Damage-Any one fire                                                               $ 50,000
Medical Expense-Any one person                                                         $    5,000
Per project aggregate limit ,Independent contractors coverage, Broad form property damage
Blanket contractual liability coverage
AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY:
Automobile liability insurance coverage shall be $1,000,000 combined single limit for any auto and include hired autos
and non-owned autos.
WORKERS’COMPENSATION INSURANCE:
Workers’ compensation insurance shall be statutory under the State of Michigan Workers’ Compensation Act.
POLLUTION LIABILITY COVERAGE                                                                                              $5,000,000
OR
POLLUTION LIABILITY COVERAGE                                                                                              $1,000,000
UMBRELLA LIABILITY POLICY: Umbrella liability shall be                                                                    $4,000,000
and be “following form”
Insurance certificates shall contain a provision to the effect that the insurance company SHALL NOTIFY the City at
least thirty (30) days prior to CANCELLATION OR MATERIAL CHANGE of the insurance.
( ) Can meet insurance as indicated.
( ) Cannot meet but offer the following: ______________________________________________________
      ___________________________________________________________________________________
      ___________________________________________________________________________________
INDEMNITY CLAUSE
To the fullest extent permitted by law, Contractor expressly agrees to indemnify and hold City harmless against all losses and liabilities arising out
of bodily injury or property damages based upon any act or omission, negligent or otherwise, of Contractor or anyone acting on contractor’s behalf
in connection with or incident to this Contract or the work to be performed hereunder, except that contractor shall not be responsible to indemnify
the City for losses or damages caused by or resulting from the City’s sole negligence.
For the purposes of this indemnity clause, “City” shall mean the City, its elected and appointed officials, employees, and volunteers working on
behalf of the City; “losses and liabilities” shall mean loss, cost, expense, damage, liability or claims, whether groundless or not; “personal injury”
shall mean false arrest, erroneous service of civil papers, false imprisonment, malicious prosecution, assault and battery, libel, slander, defamation
of character, discrimination, mental anguish, wrongful entry or eviction, violation of property or deprivation of rights, privileges or immunities
secured by the constitution and laws of the United States of America or the State of Michigan, for which Vendor may be held liable to the injured
party in any action at law, suit in equity or other proceedings for redress; “bodily injury: shall mean bodily injury, sickness or disease (including
death resulting at any time there from) mental anguish and mental injury which may be sustained or claimed by any person or persons; and
“property damage” shall mean the damage or destruction of any property, including the loss of use thereof.
The contractor’s obligation to indemnify and hold the City harmless shall include, but not be limited to (1) the obligation to defend the City from any
such suit, action or proceeding, and (2) the obligation to pay any and all judgments which may be recovered in any such suit, action or proceeding,
and/or any and all expenses, including but not limited to costs, attorney fees and settlement expenses which may be incurred.

Authorized signature for________________________________________________________________
Insurance and Indemnity Clause

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ITB-W 8026                                 CITY OF WARREN                                  Page 9 of 17

BID BOND AND PERFORMANCE BOND REQUIREMENTS FOR CITY OF WARREN BIDS.
BID SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR BIDS THAT ARE OVER $50,000.00:
EACH BID MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A BID BOND, A CERTIFIED, CASHIERS, OR BANK CHECK OR A MONEY
ORDER, (A COMPANY OR PERSONAL CHECK IS NOT ACCEPTABLE) DULY EXECUTED BY THE BIDDER AS
PRINCIPAL AND HAVING AS SURETY THEREON A SURETY COMPANY APPROVED BY THE CITY, IN THE
AMOUNT OF 5% OF THE BID AS A GUARANTEE ON THE PART OF THE BIDDER THAT HE WILL, IF CALLED
UPON TO DO SO, ENTER INTO A CONTRACT TO PERFORM THE WORK AS PER THE ATTACHED
SPECIFICATIONS. BID SECURITIES WILL BE RETURNED TO ALL BUT THE THREE LOWEST BIDDERS WITHIN
SEVEN DAYS AFTER THE OPENING OF BIDS. THE REMAINING BID SECURITIES WILL BE RETURNED WITHIN
FIVE DAYS AFTER THE AWARD OF BIDS. BIDDERS WHO DO NOT HAVE A BID SECURITY ATTACHED TO
THEIR BIDS, WILL HAVE THEIR BIDS REJECTED.

BID SECURITY LIQUIDATED DAMAGES:
Failure of the Bidder to enter into a contract with the City will result in liquidated damages which shall be the
lesser of the bid bond (if any) submitted by the successful vendor or the actual costs associated with
obtaining another contractor including the difference in price to be paid.
Authorized signature for _________________________________________________________
Bid Security Liquidated Damages Clause

LIQUIDATED DAMAGES FOR PERFORMANCE:

DEMOLITION OF THE CITY POOL INCLUDING DECONTAMINATION, DEMOLITION, ABATEMENT, AND
REMOVAL OF DEBRIS shall be completed within 30 calendar days of receipt of order. Failure of the Bidder
to complete the project within thirty (30) calendar days shall result in the following penalties;

       Thirty-first (31st ) Calendar day through Sixtieth (60th) Calendar day:     $200.00 per day
       After Sixtieth Calendar (60th) day:                                         $400.00 per day

Authorized signature for________________________________________________________________
Liquidated Damages For Performance Clause

SECURITY FOR FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE:
The bids shall be accompanied by a letter from a surety company, satisfactory to the City stating that the
necessary bonds will be furnished by it to the contractor bidding in the event he is the successful bidder. The
successful contractor shall furnish the following guaranty bonds:
1. The contractor shall furnish a surety bond in an amount at least equal to 100% of the Contract price as security
   for faithful performance of this contract.
2. The contractor shall furnish a surety bond in an amount at least equal to 100% of the contract as security for
   payment of all materials and equipment rental in connection with this contract.
3. A certificate from the surety company showing that the bond premiums are paid in full shall accompany the
   bonds.
Should the Contractor fail, neglect, or refuse to perform his duties under the Contract, the City shall have the
right to terminate the Contract upon seven days written notice given to the Contractor and his surety and to
proceed to complete the work. Any additional costs incurred by the City shall be paid by the Contractor. The
Performance Bond must be presented to and accepted by the City before Contract negotiations can be
considered as complete.
The surety bond shall be made in favor of the treasurer of the City of Warren, release of which is conditioned
upon the faithful performance of the bonding company under the term of this Contract and shall in no event
exceed twelve (12) months from the date of default of the Contractor.

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REFERENCES:
Please list the municipalities/companies for which your company has provided similar products or services.

1. Agency: ___________________________________________________ Year ___________

Address ______________________________________________________________________

Contact Name: _____________________________________ Phone ____________________


2. Agency: ___________________________________________________ Year ___________

Address ______________________________________________________________________

Contact Name: _____________________________________ Phone ____________________


3. Agency: ___________________________________________________ Year ___________

Address ______________________________________________________________________

Contact Name: _____________________________________ Phone ____________________




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ITB-W 8026                                     CITY OF WARREN                                    Page 11 of 17
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION
The Veterans Pool property is located at 27400 Campbell, in the SE quarter of Section 15, Township 1 North,
Range 12 East, City of Warren, Macomb County, Michigan. The pool and its accessory building is part of
Veterans Memorial Park , which is accessed from Campbell just south of Garbor.
The pool was constructed in the mid 1970’s to be an open-air facility during the warmer months and covered
when cold by an inflatable dome. It consists of an in-ground concrete pool approximately 160’ long x 110’
wide, with a concrete pool deck with a radius of approximately 101’6” and accessory buildings containing
offices, bathrooms locker rooms, mechanical and maintenance rooms. The bath house is approximately
5,650 square feet, and the pool equipment room is approximately 1,050 square feet.

      DEFINITIONS
       A. Remove: Detach items from existing construction and legally dispose of them off-site unless
          indicated to be removed and salvaged or recycled.
       B. Remove and Salvage: Detach items from existing construction and deliver them to Owner or to
          others as designated by the Owner in reusable condition.
       C. Existing to Remain: Existing items of construction that are not to be removed and that are not
          otherwise indicated to be removed, removed and salvaged, or recycled.

PART 1 GENERAL

1.1         SUMMARY
      A.     This Scope of Work includes the following:
            1.    Demolition and removal of the pool, the surrounding concrete pool deck, and all associated
                  piping.
            2.    Demolition and removal of site improvements adjacent to the pool, including the earth berm
                  and associated fencing.
            3.    Demolition and removal of the accessory building, foundations, remaining equipment and
                  surrounding concrete including racquetball courts.
            4.    Removal of the asphalt drive and base material on the south portion of the property.
            5.    Removal of all debris on site, or in the building at the time of demolition.
            6.    Backfilling all below grade areas with engineered fill.
            7.    Disconnecting, capping, abandoning in place and/or removing site utilities.
            8.    Abatement of any hazardous materials.
            9.    Restoration of the cleared site.
           10.    Disconnection and relocation of the existing emergency power generator from its present
                  location to the on-site storage garage.

      B.    Expected Final Site Condition
            1.    The site will be left finely graded to direct surface water to the remaining storm drainage
                  structures.
            2.    3” of topsoil will be spread across all disturbed, and backfilled areas of the site.
            3.    Vegetation will be established on all disturbed areas via hydro-seeding, utilizing a grass seed
                  mixture suitable for park use.
            4.    Any areas of existing asphalt or concrete adjacent to the demolition site that were damaged
                  during the work will be restored in kind to the satisfaction of the owner.
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1.2        SUBMITTALS
      A.   The Owner will retain an Environmental Consultant who will provide observation of abatement and
           demolition activities. All submittals will be given to the Environmental Consultant for forwarding to
           the Owner.

      B.   Qualification Data: Please furnish copies of all applicable licenses, certifications, etc. as required by
           statute, law, ordinance or rule pertaining to this bid.

      C.   Proposed Environmental Protection, Dust Control and Noise Control Measures: Submit to Owner’s
           Environmental Consultant a statement and/or drawing that indicates the methods and measures
           proposed for use, proposed locations, and proposed time frame for their operation. Identify options
           if proposed measures are later determined to be inadequate.

      D.   Schedule of Building Demolition Activities: Indicate the following:
           1.   General sequence of demolition and removal work, with starting and ending dates for key
                activities.
           2.   Interruption of utility services.
           3.   Coordination for shutoff, capping, and discontinuation of utility services.
           4.   Locations of temporary protection and neighboring properties affected by building demolition
                operations.

      E.   Inventory: After building demolition is complete, submit a list of items that have been removed or
           salvaged along with their actual disposal or delivery locations.

      F.   Pre-demolition recording:    Show existing conditions of adjoining construction and site
           improvements. Submit to the Environmental Consultant before Work begins. Submit in DVD format
           for review.

      G.   Landfill Records: Indicate receipt and acceptance of hazardous wastes by a landfill facility licensed
           to accept hazardous wastes.

      H.   Statement of Refrigerant Recovery: Signed by refrigerant recovery technician responsible for
           recovering refrigerant, certifying that all refrigerant that was present was recovered and that
           recovery was performed according to EPA regulations. Include name and address of technician
           and date refrigerant was recovered.

1.3        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      A.   Refrigerant Recovery Technician Qualifications: Certified by EPA-approved certification program.

      B.   Regulatory Requirements: Comply with governing EPA notification regulations before beginning
           demolition. Comply with hauling and disposal regulations of authorities having jurisdiction.

      C.   Standards: Comply with ANSI A10.6 and NFPA 241.

      D.   Pre-demolition Conference: Schedule and conduct conference before starting demolition, at a time
           convenient to Owner, and Environmental Consultant, but no later than 10 days after execution of the
           Agreement. Hold the conference at the Project site or another nearby convenient location. Review
           methods and procedures related to building demolition including, but not limited to, the following:

           1.   Inspect and discuss condition of construction to be demolished.

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           2.     Review site access, staging and logistics.
           3.     Review structural load limitations of existing structures.
           4.     Review and finalize building demolition schedule and verify availability of demolition personnel,
                  equipment, and facilities needed to make progress and avoid delays.
           5.     Review and finalize safety and protection requirements and procedures.

1.4        PROJECT CONDITIONS

      A.   Buildings to be demolished have been vacated and their use discontinued.
           1.     Provide not less than 72 hours’ notice to Owner and surrounding properties of activities that
                  will affect surrounding properties or their operations.
           2.     Maintain access to existing walkways, exits, and other adjacent occupied or used facilities.

                  a.    Fire and emergency vehicle access to buildings must be maintained.

      B.   Owner assumes no responsibility for the structures to be demolished. Conditions existing at the
           time of inspection for bidding purposes will be maintained by the Owner as far as practical.

      C.   Hazardous Materials: Hazardous materials are present in buildings and structures to be
           demolished. A report on the apparent presence of hazardous materials is on file for review and use.
           Examine report to become aware of locations where hazardous materials may be present.
           Additional hazardous material may be concealed within the structure.

           The following reports are available for your review:

           •    Technical Specifications for Hazardous Materials Abatement, City of Warren – Veteran’s Pool,
                prepared by NTH Consultants, Ltd., Project No. 16-060605-01-00, dated July 24, 2006.

           •    Hazardous material abatement and air monitoring shall be performed in compliance with all
                Federal, State and local governing agency regulations.

      D.   On-site storage or sale of removed items or materials is not permitted.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        SOIL MATERIALS

      A.   Satisfactory Fill: Clean clay.
           1.     Fill of void areas will be with clay compacted to a minimum 90% of the modified proctor
                  compaction test (ASTM D 1557).
           2.     Clay must be uniform, free of organics and debris, and placed at plus or minus 2% of its
                  optimum moisture content.
           3.     Clay will be placed in lifts not to exceed 12 inches, and compacted using a sheep’s foot roller.
           4.     Existing soil berm on-site may be used as engineered backfill provided that the contractor can
                  meet the 90% density required in (1) above.




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PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        EXAMINATION

      A.   Survey existing conditions and correlate with requirements indicated to determine extent of
           hazardous materials remediation and building demolition required.

      B.   When unanticipated mechanical, electrical, or structural elements are encountered, investigate and
           measure the nature and extent of the element. Promptly submit a written report to the
           Environmental Consultant.

      C.   Engage a professional engineer to perform an engineering survey of condition of building to
           determine whether removing any element might result in structural deficiency or unplanned collapse
           of any portion of the structure or adjacent structures, or excavations during building demolition
           operations.

      D.   Prepare an abatement plan for Environmental Consultant approval prior to beginning abatement.

      E.   Verify that hazardous materials have been abated before proceeding with building demolition
           operations.

3.2        PREPARATION

      A.   Refrigerant: Remove and store refrigerant according to 40 CFR 82 and regulations of authorities
           having jurisdiction.

      B.   Existing Utilities: Locate, identify, disconnect, and seal or cap off indicated utilities serving buildings
           and structures to be demolished. Locate, identify, and protect utility services passing through
           demolition area and serving other areas outside the demolition limits.

           1.   Arrange to shut off utilities with utility companies.
           2.   All utility services are required to be removed, relocated, or abandoned, before proceeding
                with building demolition.
           3.   Cut off pipe or conduit a minimum of 36 inches below grade. Fill all pipe or conduit 4”in
                diameter and above with flowable fill. Exception to this will be the sanitary sewer lead, which
                will be located and brought to grade with a clean-out. Cap, valve, or plug and seal remaining
                portion of pipe or conduit at each end.
           4.   Document location of abandoned pipes or utilities.
           5.   Disconnect all electrical services, and communications services at the pole, to the
                requirements and satisfaction of the affected public utility. Any permits required for this work
                will be secured by the demolition contractor at no cost to the City.
           6.   Do not start demolition work until utility disconnecting and sealing have been completed and
                written verification provided to the Environmental Consultant.
           7.   Remove and recycle refrigerant from air-conditioning equipment before starting demolition.

      C.   Temporary Shoring: Provide and maintain interior and exterior shoring, bracing, or structural
           support to preserve stability and prevent unexpected movement or collapse of construction being
           demolished or exposed excavations.

           1.   Strengthen or add new supports when required during progress of demolition.


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3.3        PROTECTION
      A.   Temporary Protection of Persons and Property:

           1.   Protect structures, utilities, sidewalks, pavements, and other facilities from damage caused by
                settlement, lateral movement, undermining, washout, and other hazards created by demolition
                or backfill operations.
           2.   Provide temporary barricades and other protection required to prevent unauthorized access to
                site and to prevent injury to people and damage to adjacent buildings and facilities to remain.
           3.   Provide protection to ensure safe passage of people around building demolition area, and to
                and from occupied portions of adjacent buildings and structures.
           4.   Protect walls, windows, roofs, and other adjacent exterior construction that are to remain and
                that are exposed to building demolition operations.
           5.   Erect and maintain temporary enclosures to limit dust and dirt migration and to separate areas
                from fumes and noise from occupied portions of adjacent buildings.
           6.   Provide air monitoring as required to document compliance with all environmental regulations.

      B.   Existing Utilities:   Provide at least 72 hours’ notice to Owner of when shutdown of service is
           required.

      C.   Below-Grade Construction:         Demolish foundation walls and other below-grade construction
           completely.

           1.   Remove all below-grade construction, including basements, foundation walls, footings and
                swimming pool completely.

3.4        EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION
      A.   Explosives: Use of explosives is not permitted.

3.5        SITE RESTORATION

      A.   Below-Grade Areas: Completely fill below-grade areas and voids resulting from building demolition
           operations with engineered soil materials. (see 2.1 A above)

      B.   Site Grading: Uniformly grade area of demolished construction to a smooth surface, free from
           irregular surface changes. Provide a smooth transition between adjacent existing grades and new
           grades. (See 1.1.b above)

3.6        REPAIRS

      A.   General: Promptly repair damage to adjacent construction that is to remain caused by building
           demolition operations.

      B.   Where repairs to existing surfaces are required, the damaged areas will be removed and replaced in kind.
      C.   Restore exposed finishes of patched areas and extend restoration into adjoining construction in a manner that
           eliminates evidence of patching and refinishing.

3.7        RECYCLING DEMOLISHED MATERIALS
      A.   General: Separate recyclable demolished materials from other demolished materials to the maximum extent
           possible. Separate recyclable materials by type.

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           1.   Provide containers or other storage method approved by the Environmental Engineer for controlling
                recyclable materials until they are removed from the project site.
           2.   Stockpile materials away from demolition area. Do not store within drip line of remaining trees.
           3.   Store components off the ground and protect from the weather.
           4.   Transport recyclable materials off Owner’s property and legally dispose of them.

      B.   Recycling Incentives: Revenues, savings, rebates, tax credits, and other incentives received for recycling
           building demolition materials shall accrue to the Owner.

3.8        DISPOSAL OF DEMOLISHED MATERIALS
      A.   General: Except for items or materials indicated to be recycled, remove demolished materials from Project
           site and    legally dispose of them. Hazardous materials to be disposed of in an EPA-approved landfill.
           1.   Do not allow demolished materials to accumulate on-site.
           2.   Remove and transport debris in a manner that will prevent spillage on adjacent surfaces and areas.
           3.   Provide documentation of legal disposal of all material to the Environmental Consultant.

      B.   Burning: No fires of any type or for any purpose will be allowed on site.

3.9        CLEANING
      A.   Clean adjacent structures and improvements of dust, dirt, and debris caused by building demolition
           operations. Return adjacent areas including streets, drives and parking areas to condition existing before
           building demolition operations began.

      B.   All underground utility structures within the influence of demolition activities are to be vactored and left
           completely free of all dust, dirt and debris, etc., prior to release of the project retainage.

4.0        PRODUCTS AND LICENSES
      A.   A Soil Erosion Control permit will be required from the Macomb County Public Works office. The cost of the
           permit and required insurances is to be included in the bid unit price for “Site Restoration”. Permit
           requirements can be obtained by calling (586) 469-5235.

      B.   The Contractor shall obtain and pay for all permits and licenses and shall give all notices, pay all fees and
           comply with all laws, ordinances, rules and regulations of the City of Warren and State of Michigan (residential
           builder with demolition endorsement – M & A) related to the completion of the clearance activity. This shall
           include obtaining a Building Wreckers License from the Office of the City of Warren Clerk. This requirement
           includes obtaining City and State licensing $45.00 as necessary and a City of Warren Demolition Permit
           $125.00 residential or $250.00 commercial. This requirement also includes, but is not limited to, performing
           any service or work under this contract in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Warren Code of
           Ordinances, Section 9-416 through 9-455, the B.O.C.A. National Building Code and 1974 Public Act 53, as
           amended, in addition to the minimum requirements set forth in this agreement. Macomb County Soil Erosion
           permit may be required on some demolitions.

4.1        WORKING HOURS
      A.   Demolition activities will be confined to the hours of 7:30 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Monday through Saturday. No
           Sunday or Holiday work will be permitted.




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                                       CHECK LIST FOR BIDDERS
          MISTAKES OR OMISSIONS CAN RESULT IN THE REJECTION OF YOUR BID.

______       Is your bid PROPERLY SIGNED on the AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE portion of
             the BID FORM, AND ALL CLAUSES AS INCLUDED IN THE BID DOCUMENT?

_____        If required, have you entered a unit price for each bid item?

_____        If requested, have you entered the unit price? (Unit Price governs)

_____        Is the envelope containing your bid properly identified that it is a sealed bid with
             Bid number and does it contain the correct project name and bid opening date?

_____        Late bids will NOT be considered. Bids must be received by the Purchasing
             Division before 12:30 P.M., Wednesday, on the date specified.




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