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									             State Preservation Board
                 P.O. Box 13286
                Austin, TX 78711

               Request for Proposals

                 Custodial Services
Texas Capitol, Capitol Extension, Capitol Visitors Center
                           &
       Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum



                RFP #809-11-0630

            Date Issued: May 2, 2011

          RFP Due Date: June 9, 2011
Table of Contents

Proposal Information

Exhibit A     Custodial Services Contract

Exhibit B     HUB Subcontracting Plan

Exhibit C     Execution of Proposal

Exhibit D     Compensation and Fees

Exhibit E     Contractor's Qualifications Form

Exhibit F     Service Requirements

Exhibit G     Task Schedules - Floor Care Services

Exhibit H     Custodial Supply List

Exhibit I     Facility Statistics and Floor Plans

Exhibit J     RFP Checklist for Proposal Submission
                                                                                         RFP: Custodial Services
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                                   REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
                                          Custodial Services
                                       Date Issued: May 2, 2011
                               Submittals Due: 2:00PM, CT, June 9, 2011


The State Preservation Board (SPB) is requesting responses to this Request for Proposals for evening
custodial services at the Texas Capitol, Capitol Extension, Capitol Visitors Center, and the Bob Bullock
Texas State History Museum, all located in Austin, Texas. The SPB intends to award one contract for all
properties and services included in this solicitation. Interested parties are required to propose all
scenarios listed.

I.    Contract Term: This service shall be for a period beginning September 1, 2011 and shall expire
      August 31, 2013. The Contract may be renewed for two (2) additional two (2) year periods,
      provided that renewal is executed prior to expiration of the current contract term. Any renewals
      shall be in writing and at the same terms and conditions, plus any approved changes. Any
      escalations to be included with renewal options must be provided in the initial solicitation response,
      as indicated on Exhibit D - Compensation and Fees.

II.   Definitions: When capitalized, the following terms and acronyms have the meaning set forth below.

      Addendum - A modification of the specifications issued by SPB and made available to prospective
      Respondents prior to the opening of proposals.

      Best and Final Offer (BAFO) - A formal request made to acceptable or potentially acceptable
      Respondents for revision to the originally submitted proposal.

      Contract - The Custodial Services Contract attached to this RFP as Exhibit A.

      Contract Administrator - The individual designated by SPB to represent SPB during the performance
      of the Contract.

      Contractor - The Respondent awarded a Contract as a result of the RFP.

      Electronic State Business Daily (ESBD) - The designated website where state agencies, universities,
      and municipalities post formal solicitations (over $25K), addendums to posted solicitations, and
      awards. The link to the ESBD is http://esbd.cpa.state.tx.us/

      HUB - Historically Underutilized Businesses.

      Proposal - The response submitted by a vendor to the SPB as a result of this solicitation.

      Respondent - An individual, partnership or corporation that responds to this RFP.

      RFP - Request for Proposals, which is the type of solicitation embodied in this document.

      SPB - The State Preservation Board, the state agency issuing this solicitation.




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III. Schedule of Events

    A. The solicitation process for this RFP will proceed according to the following schedule:

       Event                                            Date
       Issue RFP                                        May 2, 2011
       Pre-Proposal Conference                          10:00AM, May 16, 2011
       (Mandatory)

       Deadline for Submission of Questions             5:00PM, May 25, 2011

       Deadline for Submission of Proposals             2:00PM, June 9, 2011

       Expected Contract Award Date                     July 7, 2011

    B. Revisions to the Schedule - SPB reserves the right to change the dates in the Schedule of Events
       set forth above upon written notification to prospective Respondents through a posting of an
       Addendum on the Electronic State Business Daily. It is the responsibility of interested parties to
       periodically check the ESBD for updates to the procurement prior to submitting a response. The
       Respondent’s failure to periodically check the Electronic State Business Daily (ESBD) will in no
       way release the selected vendor from “addenda or additional information” resulting in additional
       costs to meet the requirements of the RFP.

    C. Pre-proposal Conference - The pre-proposal conference is scheduled for May 16, 2011 at
       10AM.
       Location: Sam Houston State Office Building, 201 E. 14th St., 9th Floor, Room #930A, Austin,
       TX.

        Attendance at the scheduled pre-proposal conference is mandatory. Responses will only be
        accepted from Respondents who had a firm representative present at the pre-proposal conference
        and signed in on the conference sign-in sheet. Parking is available in the Capitol Visitors
        Parking Garage located at 1201 San Jacinto Blvd. A limited number of hardcopies of this RFP
        will be available at the Pre-proposal conference, however, attendees are encouraged to bring
        their own copy. A walk-through of the jobsites will be conducted during the pre-proposal
        meeting.

IV. Proposal Requirements

    A. Submissions - Respondents shall submit one (1) original Exhibit B - HUB Subcontracting Plan,
       one (1) original Exhibit C - Execution of Proposal, and the bid bond, along with one (1) original
       and five (5) copies of the Respondent's proposal. Proposal pages should be numbered and
       contain an organized, paginated table of contents corresponding to the section listed below in
       Section IV (d).
    B. Costs - Respondents to this RFP are responsible for all costs associated with the proposal
       preparation and delivery.
    C. Public Information - SPB will not consider any Proposal that bears a copyright. Proposals will be
       subject to the Texas Public Information Act, Tex. Government Code, Chapter 552, and may be
       disclosed to the public upon request. Respondent may request protection of trade and confidential
       information from public release by clearly marking each page on which this information appears
       with “Confidential” in bold face type at least 14 point font; however, all information submitted is
       subject to the Act and considered for release.
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D. Contents - Listed below is a summary of all information to be included in a proposal submitted in
   response to this RFP. Proposals submitted without all of the required information may be
   rejected. SPB reserves the right, in its sole judgment and discretion, to waive minor technicalities
   and errors in the best interest of the State of Texas. Any terms and conditions attached to the
   response will not be considered unless specifically referred to on this Request for Proposals and
   may result in disqualification of the response.

   i. Company Information - Including, but not limited to the following:
      a. Company description
      b. Ownership information
      c. Physical and mailing address
      d. other company locations/offices
      e. primary contact person
      f. telephone, fax number and email of company's primary contact
      g. financial report, including latest annual report and latest quarterly report
      h. list of all litigation that the company have been involved in with the last three (3) years

    ii. Relevant Experience and Qualifications - Complete and submit Exhibit E - Contractor's
        Qualifications Form. Respondent shall submit three (3) references for which services have
        been provided of similar size, scope and complexity within the last three (3) years.
        Respondent should also provide a narrative that describes in detail any qualifications not
        enumerated on Exhibit E - Contractor's Qualifications Form. The following minimum
        requirements are required of Respondents:

       a. out of state Respondent's doing business in the State of Texas shall have a Certificate of
          Authority to do business in the Texas, a copy of which shall be submitted with the
          proposal;
       b. demonstration that the Respondent has successfully been in business or the principals have
          had ownership/executive management in a previous company with comparable type
          experience, for the services solicited in this RFP; and
       c. demonstration of a Respondent's relevant experience for the type of work solicited in the
          RFP.
       d. names and resumes of top management and key employees and each person's duties as it
          would pertain to the Contract;
       e. an organizational chart which shows roles and responsibilities of key individuals assigned
          to provide services under the Contract

   iii. Proposed Methodology - A detailed plan outlining the methodology intended to be employed
        by the Respondent that demonstrates the processes of implementation regarding the
        requirements of the Contract. This shall include, but not limited to the following:

           a. processes and techniques used to understand the services to be provided under the
              Contract;
           b. problem solving;
           c. value engineering;
           d. maintaining budgets;
           e. maintaining schedules;
           f. staff sizing and roles;
           g. company workload in proportion to the services outlined in the Contract;
           h. coordination of work with any subcontractors


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iv. Compensation and Fees - include pricing on the Exhibit D - Compensation and Fees.
    Respondents may not add qualifications, conditions or exceptions to the proposal. Any such
    representation by the Respondent may be cause for rejection of the proposal.

v. Quality Control and Safety Program

   a. Quality Control/Quality Assurance - The Respondent shall provide the name and job title
      of the person in the organization who oversees the quality assurance program. The
      respondent shall also provide a description of the firm's quality assurance program. SPB
      reserves the right to require a copy of the quality control manual and quality assurance
      processes which, if awarded the contract, must be maintained by Contractor during the
      term of the Contract. Respondent shall describe its quality assurance program, quality
      requirements and means of measurement and shall provide flow charts on how quality is
      maintained and achieved. The Respondent shall describe the company's policy regarding
      establishing quality control processes similar to the International Standard Organization
      9000 and other in-place controls for adherence to budget, quality, safety and schedule.

   b. Contractor's Safety Record - The Respondent shall provide its workers' compensation
      experience modification rate (EMR) for the last five (5) years as part of the proposal.
      This shall be submitted by Respondent's insurance carrier on their letterhead. In addition,
      Respondent shall provide the name and job title of the person in the organization who
      manages the safety program and a description of such program. SPB reserves the right to
      require a copy of the safety manual, which must be maintained by the Contractor during
      the term of the Contract.

vi. HUB Subcontracting Plan - The State Preservation Board has determined that subcontracting
    opportunities are probable in connection with this procurement solicitation. The HUB
    Subcontracting Plan shall be completed, signed and returned with the proposal. As mandated
    by 34 Texas Administrative Code, Section 20.14, Respondents must submit an Exhibit B -
    HUB Subcontracting Plan that identifies all subcontractors and complies with good faith
    effort requirements outlined in Section 6 of the Exhibit B and in accordance with the
    Comptroller of Public Accounts (CPA) HUB rules in 34 Texas Administrative Code, Section
    20.14. Pursuant to Texas Government Code, Section 2161.252(b), SPB shall reject any
    Proposal that does not include an Exhibit B, HUB Subcontracting Plan. The HUB
    Subcontracting Plan shall become an exhibit to the Contract between the awarded
    Respondent and the SPB. Upon execution of the Contract, the Contractor can only change
    the HUB Subcontracting Plan if the Contractor complies with 34 Texas Administrative Code,
    Section 20.14 and SPB approves Contractor's proposed changes.

   The HUB goal for this project is 33% HUB participation.

   HUB subcontracting opportunities may be available in the following commodity class codes:

   Class        Description
   200          Uniforms
   201          Clothing Accessories (gloves)
   365          Floor Maintenance Machines, parts & accessories
   485          Janitorial Supplies
   640          Paper and Plastic Products, disposable
   977          Rental or Lease Services, equipment
   983          Rental or Lease Services, uniforms, janitorial equipment

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    961/30       Employment Agency and Search Firm Service (Including
                 Background Investigations and Drug Testing for Employment)

    The list above is not, nor is intended to be, a comprehensive list that identifies all
    subcontracting opportunities. For more information on HUB Subcontracting Plan
    requirements and procedures, please visit the Comptroller of Public Accounts website at
    http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/prog/hub/hub-subcontracting-plan/

vii. Execution of Proposal - The Exhibit C, Execution of Proposal shall be completed as directed,
     signed by an authorized agent of the business entity submitting the proposal, and returned
     with the proposal.

viii. References - Include a minimum of three (3) references from clients for whom similar
      services were performed. Include project description, contact names, position, and company
      name, telephone number and email address for each reference listed.

 ix. Bid Bond - Proposal shall be accompanied by a bid security in the form of a bid bond,
     certified and/or cashier's check (on a solvent bank in the State of Texas) drawn to the order of
     the State Preservation Board, in the sum of not less than five percent (5%) of the total amount
     of the proposal. No other form or security will be accepted.

    a. Should the contractor fail, neglect, or refuse to begin performance of the contract after
       receiving the award, said security will be forfeited to SPB. Bid security furnished by the
       successful respondent will be returned when a Contract is signed.
    b. Bid security furnished by unsuccessful respondents will be returned when a contract award
       is made.
    c. If SPB has not made an award in ninety (90) calendar days after responses are opened,
       Respondents may withdraw their responses without prejudice, however, Respondents have
       the option to extend the time in which their bids will be honored after this ninety (90) day
       period.

  x. Inquires - All inquiries must be submitted in writing to Linda Gaby, SPB Director of
     Administration, by email at linda.gaby@tspb.state.tx.us by 5PM Central Time, on the date
     listed as the deadline for submission of questions in Section III (a).

    Any clarifications or interpretations of this RFP that materially affect or change its
    requirements will be issued as an addendum and will be posted to the Electronic State
    Business Daily (ESBD), available at http://esbd.cpa.state.tx.us/. It is the responsibility of
    interested parties to periodically check the ESBD for updates to the procurement prior to
    submitting a response. The Respondent’s failure to periodically check the Electronic State
    Business Daily (ESBD) will in no way release the selected vendor from “addenda or
    additional information” resulting in additional costs to meet the requirements of the RFP. If
    respondents do not have Internet Access, copies may be obtained through the point of contact
    listed above.

    Upon issuance of this RFP, besides written inquiries as described above, other employees and
    representatives of SPB will not answer questions or otherwise discuss the contents of the RFP
    with any potential Respondnet or their representatives. Failure to observe this restriction may
    result in disqualification of any subsequent response. This restriction does not preclude
    discussions between affected parties for the purpose of conducting business unrelated to this
    RFP.

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    V.   Proposal Submission
         A. All proposals must be received at SPB no later than 2PM, Central Time, Austin, Texas on the
             date specified in the Schedule of Events. The official bid clock in the State Preservation Board
             reception area is the sole determiner of the time of day. Proposals received after the proposal
             deadline will not be considered.
         B. Proposals must be placed in a separate envelope or package and correctly identified with the
             RFP number and submittal deadline date and time. It is the Respondent's responsibility to
             appropriately mark and deliver the proposal to SPB by the specified date and time.
         C. Telephone, facsimile and email proposals will not be accepted.
         D. Receipt of all addenda to this RFP should be acknowledged by returning a signed copy of each
             addendum with the submitted bid.
         E. All submitted Proposals become the property of SPB after the RFP submittal deadline date.
         F. Proposals submitted constitute an offer for a period of ninety (90) days or until award is made
             by SPB.

    VI. Delivery of Proposals

         Proposals must be submitted to SPB by one of the following methods:

         By US Mail:                State Preservation Board
                                    Attn: John Sneed, Executive Director
                                    P.O. Box 13286
                                    Austin, TX 78711

    By Overnight/Express Mail:        State Preservation Board
                                      Attn: John Sneed, Executive Director
                                      201 E. 14th St., Ste. 950
                                      Austin, TX 78701

    By Hand Delivery (8AM - 5PM): State Preservation Board
                                  Attn: John Sneed, Executive Director
                                  Sam Houston State Office Building
                                  201 E. 14th St., 9th Floor, Ste. 950
                                  Austin, TX 78701


VII. Proposal Evaluation and Award of Contract

    A. The SPB shall award the Contract to the Respondent whose proposal is considered to provide the
       best value to the State of Texas, as defined by Texas Government Code, Section 2155.074. The
       SPB reserves the right to award the contract without any negotiations. Respondents are strongly
       encouraged to provide its best price in its Proposal because the SPB makes no guarantee that
       there will be any opportunity to negotiate or provide alternative pricing at any point in the RFP
       process. SPB will not conduct bid/proposal openings or tabulations prior to award of the
       Contract.
    B. A committee will be established to evaluate the submitted proposals. The evaluation committee
       will evaluate and score each proposal based on the criteria found in Section IV of the RFP. By
       submitting a proposal in response to this RFP, the Respondent accepts the evaluation process
       and acknowledges and accepts that scoring of the proposals may involve some subjective
       judgments by the evaluation committee.

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         C. The evaluation committee will determine best value by applying the following criteria and
            assigned weighed values:

             Criteria                                                        Weight
             Relevant Experience & Qualifications                            50%
             Quality Control/Quality Assurance/Safety                        10%
             Compensations and Fees (Services and Supplies)                  40%
             References                                                      Pass/Fail
             Financial Stability                                             Pass/Fail

         D. The evaluation committee will determine if Best and Final Offers (BAFO) are necessary. Award
            of a Contract may be made without Best and Final Offers. A request for a Best and Final Offer
            is at the sole discretion of SPB and will be extended in writing.

E. A Respondent's past performance will be measured based upon pass/fail criteria. Respondents
   may fail this selection criterion for any of the following conditions:
       A score of less than 90% in the Vendor Performance System;
       Having repeated negative Vendor Performance Reports for the same reason;
       Having a record of repeated non-responsiveness to Vendor Performance issues;
       Having purchase orders or contracts that have been cancelled in the previous 12 months
           for non-performance.

        Contractor performance information is located on the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
        web site at http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/prog/vendor_performance/

        SPB will conduct reference checks with other entities regarding past performance. In
        addition to evaluating performance through the Vendor Performance Tracking System, SPB
        will examine other sources of vendor performance including, but not limited to, notices of
        termination, cure notices, assessments of liquidated damages, litigation, audit reports, and
        non-renewals of contracts. Any negative findings may result in non-award to the
        Respondent.

F. Based on rankings determined by the scores, SPB may conduct interviews and/or oral
   presentations with those firms determined to be the most qualified. Such interviews are intended
   to confirm the information contained in the proposal submittal, evaluate Respondent's
   methodology and work plan for the Contract, and evaluate the structure of the proposed Contract
   team including qualifications of individual team members. Scoring of the interview may replace
   part or all of the scoring of the proposal. Based on these and other factors which may apply,
   SPB will enter into Contract with the Respondent that is determined to be most appropriate for
   the services to be provided, but if an agreement cannot be reached, may proceed with the next
   ranked Respondent, and so on until an agreement is reached.




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                       EXHIBIT A

          CUSTODIAL SERVICES CONTRACT


(TO BE EXECUTED BY SPB AND SELECTED RESPONDENT UPON AWARD
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                                         CONTRACT
                                         BETWEEN
                             THE STATE PRESERVATION BOARD
                                            AND
                              _________________________________

                                   FOR CUSTODIAL SERVICES


The State Preservation Board (hereinafter referred to as "SPB"), a state agency located at 201 E. 14th St.,
Ste. 950, Austin, Texas 78701 and [insert Company] (hereinafter referred to as "Contractor"), located at [
insert address] enter into the following contract for custodial services for the Texas Capitol, Texas
Capitol Extension, Capitol Visitors Center, and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum located in
Austin, Texas (hereinafter referred to as the "Contract") pursuant to Texas Government Code Ch. 443.
                                           ARTICLE 1
                                         SCOPE OF WORK

1.01    General - Contractor shall provide custodial services for SPB at the Capitol, Capitol
        Extension, Capitol Visitors Center and Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
        located in Austin, Texas. Services will be performed after regular business hours and
        some services will be performed on the weekend. All services will be in compliance
        with Request for Proposals No. 809-11-0630, included here as Attachment A.

1.02    Contract Administrator - (a) SPB shall designate a "Contract Administrator" for this
        Contract who will serve as the point of contact between SPB and Contractor. The
        instructions of the Contract Administrator and/or the Contractor Administrator's
        designated representative (hereinafter collectively the "Contract Administrator") are to
        be strictly and promptly followed by Contractor at all times. SPB's Contract
        Administrator will have free access to Contractor's supplies, equipment, and work
        product at all times for inspection and/or audits. Contractor must afford the Contract
        Administrator all necessary assistance during those inspections and/or audits. The
        Contract Administrator will decide any and all questions that may arise as to the
        quality and acceptability of chemicals, supplies, tools and equipment furnished, as well
        as the manner of performance, the rate of progress of work, and the results of the work
        performed.

        (b) The Contract Administrator may make temporary changes in the assignments,
        tasks, task frequencies or methods required under this contract. If such changes do not
        require additional equipment, chemicals, supplies, or significant man-hours, such
        changes shall not be considered modifications of the Contract and shall not affect the
        amount of payment to Contractor. The Contract Administrator will determine the
        amount of work performed and materials furnished that are to be paid under the
        Contract. Failure of the Contract Administrator during the progress of the Contract to
        discover or reject unacceptable work or work not performed in accordance with the
        Contract, or to exercise any remedies, shall not be deemed an acceptance of a waiver
        of SPB's right to full performance of the Contract. However, the Contract
        Administrator does not have any express or implied authority to vary or amend the
        terms of the Contract or to waive strict performance of the terms or conditions of the
        Contract.

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       (c) Contractor agrees to conduct all of its services under this Contract by and through
       appropriate communications with the Contract Administrator. No other additional
       services shall be undertaken by Contractor except with the prior written direction of
       the Contract Administrator. Contractor understands and agrees that other additional
       services performed without the prior written direction of the Contract Administrator is
       work outside the scope of this Contract and shall be performed exclusively at
       Contractor's risk and own expense.

1.03   Frequency of Tasks - (a) The custodial tasks as further described in this Contract will
       be performed at the given frequencies listed below and according to Exhibit F, Service
       Requirements and Exhibit G, Task Schedules - Floor Care Services attached hereto and
       incorporated herein for all purposes. The frequencies are standard for all buildings and
       should be followed by Contractor. The frequencies shall be:

         (i.) "Daily Tasks" are services that are performed every day of the week.
         (ii.) "Three Times Weekly Tasks" are services that are performed a minimum of
                three (3) times a week, every week.
         (iii.) ”Twice Weekly Tasks" are services that are performed a minimum of twice a
                week, every week.
         (iv.) "Weekly Tasks" are services that are performed a minimum of once a week,
                every week.
         (v.) "Twice Monthly Tasks" are services that are performed a minimum of twice a
                month, every month.
         (vi.) "Monthly Tasks" are services that are performed a minimum of once a month,
                every month.
         (vii.) "Annual Tasks" are services that are performed a minimum of once a year
                during each year of the Contract. These Annual Tasks shall be performance
                within the first three (3) months of the beginning of the Contract terms, and in
                the same month on subsequent years.

       (b) Contractor shall submit a draft schedule to the Contract Administrator for approval
       at the start of the contract for all services that are designated as anything other than
       daily. Once approved by the Contract Administrator, the schedule shall not be changed
       without 48 hours written notice and approval to the Contractor Administrator.

       (c) Schedule Variances - The frequency of the tasks set forth above may be increased
       or decreased if inspections call for such changes. All frequency changes shall be
       approved by the Contract Administrator.

1.04   Custodial Tasks - The following are the descriptions of the custodial tasks to be
       completed by Contractor under this Contract and the standards that Contractor must
       adhere to, as evaluated by the Contract Administrator. These custodial tasks are
       general in nature and are not intended to eliminate specific elements of the
       housekeeping routine. However, the specific elements of the housekeeping routine are
       judged against the general task description and standard. All tables, chairs, and similar
       items moved by Contractor during the performance of these custodial tasks shall be
       returned to their original location. Contractor may use properly maintained battery or
       electric equipment, however, propane-powered equipment is prohibited in any SPB
       facility. For all tasks that Contractor uses any wet solutions on flooring surfaces,
       Contractor is required to use "Caution Wet Floor" signs before mopping and until such
       time that all flooring is completely dry. Signs should be placed prominently so that all
       persons can clearly see them before entering the zone being cleaned. Contractor shall
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be liable for instances where procedures, or lack of proper safety procedures, lead to
the injury of employees or visitors to facilities.

Custodial tasks shall include:

(a) Cleaning - The removal of dirt, soil, stains, liquids, trash, refuse, and any other
foreign material from an item, fixture or area. Cleaning may include the process of
disinfecting, if required by SPB. When properly cleaned by Contractor, an area,
fixture or item shall be free of all dirt, soil, stains, or other foreign material and shall
present a clean, safe healthy and appealing appearance. All chemicals used must be
submitted to the Contractor Administrator for prior written approval and be
accompanied by MSDS and manufacturers cut sheets.

(b)Sweeping - The removal of loose dirt, dust, debris, and other foreign material
through either manual or mechanical methods, as appropriate for the location and
situation. When properly completed by Contractor, a swept of vacuumed area shall be
free of all loose dirt, dust, debris, or other foreign material with no build up in corners,
crevices, or under or around furniture.

(c)Wet Mopping - The removal of dirt, soil, liquids, or other foreign materials from a
floor using a cotton/rayon blended or similar yarn type mop and sufficient neutral
detergent and water solution or neutral disinfecting detergent and water solution. Wet
mopping shall include rinsing if required or recommended by the detergent
manufacturer. When properly completed by Contractor, a wet mopped floor shall be
free of all dirt, soil, liquids, or other foreign material. The floor shall present a
uniform appearance free of streaks, smudges, heel-marks, or any other marks that can
be reasonably removed through wet mopping. All splash marks and/or spots on walls,
furniture, and fixtures that occur during the mopping process shall be removed
immediately. Mop water shall be changed regularly as to not leave dirty water residue
and stains on floors and baseboards.

(d) Machine Scrubbing - The use of a mechanized scrubbing or vacuum machine (auto
scrubbers) to accomplish the same result as wet mopping for large areas such as halls,
lobbies, auditoriums, or similar large areas. When properly completed by Contractor,
machine scrubbing is held to the same quality standard as wet mopping.

(e) Damp Mopping - The use of a cotton/rayon or similar yarn type mop which has
been mechanically wrung or squeezed to remove excess solution for the purpose of
removing light soil, dirt, liquid or other foreign material from a floor. Damp mopping
is done when the entire area does not require complete mopping or if the area is not
soiled sufficiently to require wet mopping. When properly completed by Contractor,
damp mopping is held to the same quality standard as wet mopping.

(f) Spot Cleaning - The removal of dirt, soil, debris, liquids, stains, or other foreign
materials from floors, walls, furniture, fixtures, or other areas that can be
accomplished by cleaning only the immediately affected area. Spot cleaning shall only
be performed by Contractor when the requirement of cleaning the whole area is not
necessary. Spot cleaning should be completed on an area immediately upon discovery.
Spot cleaning shall be limited to individual spots not to exceed twelve (12) inches in
diameter on average. When properly completed by Contractor, spot cleaning shall
completely remove any evidence of the soiled that necessitated the cleaning without
evidence of occurrence or cleaning.
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(g) Stripping - As is practicable, the complete removal of wax or finish applied to non-
carpeted floor. Contractor may accomplish stripping by either manual or mechanized
application of all dirt, stains, deposits, wax, finish, water, and cleaning solutions, and
such floor is ready for the re-application of sealer and floor finish. All splash evidence
on baseboards, furniture, and fixtures shall be removed by completion of the stripping
task. Plain water rinse(s) and pickup must immediately follow the finish removal
operation.

(h) Sealing - The application of a 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. When properly sealed
by Contractor in compliance with manufacturer's recommendations, a sealed floor shall
present a uniform appearance with all evidence of splashing on baseboards, furniture
and fixtures completely removed. There shall be no evidence of buildup, streaks or
discoloring.

(i)Waxing/Finishing - 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 and includes buffing the
finish. When properly waxed or finished by Contractor in compliance with
manufacturer's recommendations, the waxed or finished floor shall present an even,
high gloss shine that shall have no evidence of buildup or discoloring. All evidence of
splashing shall be removed from baseboards, furniture and fixtures.

(j) Vacuuming - The mechanical removal of loose dust, dirt, soil, debris, and other
foreign material from carpeted floors and other items including, but not limited to,
couches, chairs, and walls which lend themselves to this method of cleaning. When
properly vacuumed by Contractor, there shall be no evident of any dust, dirt, or any
other loose foreign material. Contractor shall vacuum with a machine that has
adequate suction to lift all dirt and residue from the base of the rug nap (5.0 amps or
greater). Contractor is responsible for making sure that the machine is not only rated
to function correctly, but is also working correctly at the time the job is being
performed.

(k) Carpet Extracting - The application of a cleaning agent to a carpeted floor for the
purpose of removing embedded soil, dirt, stains, or other foreign materials. Carpet
cleaning solution should not stain or discolor a carpet or produce shrinking, and shall
be environmentally safe and non-toxic. Application may be by manual or mechanized
methods. Only properly trained personnel may operate extractors. When properly
extracted by Contractor, the extracted carpet shall be free of any foreign material such
as dirt, soil and stains. Carpet shall not remain wet for more than four (4) hours.
Floor fans may be used to aid drying. The carpet shall be free of any cleaning residue
and shall present a clean and uniform appearance. All splash marks on walls, furniture
and fixtures incurred during extraction shall be removed before conclusion of this task

(l) Dusting - The removal of airborne dirt, soil, lint, or other foreign material from
furniture, fixtures, ledges, shelves, frames, walls, and any other items which may
accumulate airborne particles. "Low-dusting" shall include levels up to and including
six (6) feet in height. "High-dusting" shall include all levels above six (6) feet in
height to ten (10) feet in height. When properly dusted by Contractor, all items shall
be free of any airborne materials, streaks and smudges. Airborne matter shall be
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removed by either mechanical, chemical, or manual means. Contractor shall not use
devices that merely displace or redistribute the matter, such as feather dusters, unless
such devices are treated to attract and hold the matter.

(m) Glass and Window Cleaning - The removal of dirt, soil, smudges, fingerprints, and
other foreign material from the surfaces of interior glass windows, doors, partitions,
mirrors, or any other items includes the cleaning of all ground-level entryway doors
and adjacent glass panels inside and outside, but excludes other ground level window
exteriors. All chemicals or solutions used to accomplish this tasks shall be approved
by SPB. When properly cleaned by Contractor, glass objects shall be free from all dirt,
soil, smudges, streaks, smears, or any other substances. All excess spray or solution
shall be removed from any surrounding trim or surfaces.

(n) Metal Cleaning/Polishing - The removal of dirt, soil, smudges, fingerprints,
streaks, water marks, scale, and other foreign material from the metal surfaces and
fixtures. When properly cleaned or polished with an approved non-abrasive
cleaner/polish by Contractor, all metal surfaces shall present a clean uniform
appearance free from all dirt, soil, marks, smudges, streaks, and scale.

(o) Disinfecting - The removal or neutralization of material containing or supporting
the growth of bacteria or viral organisms capable of causing infections, through the
application of an approved disinfectant by either manual or mechanical methods. When
properly disinfected by Contractor, surfaces shall be as free as possible of material
containing living bacteria, viruses, or other contaminates capable of causing infections.

(p)Woodworking Cleaning/Polishing - The treatment of wood furniture, fixtures, and
walls with an approved wood cleaner and/or oil or polish to prevent the aging,
cracking, and/or drying of wood items and to remove soil, stains, fingerprints and
smudges. No chemical or oils may be used on any woodwork in the Capitol. When
properly cleaned and polished by Contractor, all wood shall exhibit a high uniform
sheen free of all dirt, soil, stains, or other foreign material which would detract from a
clean and appealing appearance.

(q) Plumbing Fixture and Dispenser Cleaning - The removal of dirt, soil, fingerprints,
smudges, film, odors, stains, and other foreign material from plumbing fixtures and
dispensers. When properly cleaned by Contractor, all plumbing fixtures and dispensers
shall present a clean uniform appearance free from all deposits and stains so that item
is without dust, streaks, film and odor.

(r) Cleaning of sand urns/ash trays - All sand urns/ash trays in the specified areas are
considered cleaned when emptied and wiped with a chemically treated or damp cloth
and restocked with sand.

(s) Trash/Waste Removal - The collection and disposal of all materials which are
placed into appropriate containers dedicated for trash disposal. When properly
emptied, trash/waste receptacles shall be free of all wastes and disposed materials.
When any receptacle is used for disposal of liquid or wet wastes, the liner shall be
replaced by Contractor regardless of its age or appearance. If a liner leaks or otherwise
allows waste to contact a receptacle, Contractor shall clean and disinfect such
receptacle. Trash bags must be collected in non-leaking trash bins or carts, and shall
not be dragged across floors or placed directly upon floors. Contractor will be
responsible for the immediate spot cleaning of any floor or carpeting if Contractor’s
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       employees allow bags to leak on floors. All collected trash must be moved by
       Contractor to the area(s) designated by the Contract Administrator.

       (t) Recycling - The collection and disposal of all materials which are placed into
       appropriate containers dedicated for recycling. No liners or bags of any type should be
       used in containers utilized for recyclable materials. SPB facilities utilize “Single-
       Stream Recycling,” which allows many types of items to be placed in recycling
       receptacles. Contractor shall not be required to sort any recyclables. Once collected by
       Contractor, recyclable materials shall be moved to the proper designated locations, as
       designated by the Contract Administrator, for transportation.

1.05   Necessary Equipment and Tools
       (a) Contractor shall furnish and maintain all equipment and tools necessary to complete
       all custodial tasks for each location serviced. Contractor shall not rely on sharing
       equipment between buildings/facilities. Contractor shall provide a list of all equipment
       to be used in execution of this Contract to be approved by the Contract Administrator
       prior to commencement of work. If required, the list shall include the manufacturer’s
       specifications for each type of equipment and tool. SPB reserves the right to inspect
       equipment used in the performance of this Contract at any time. Any equipment found
       to be in an unsafe operating condition must be replaced immediately at Contractor’s
       expense. The minimum required equipment and tools defined in this Contract must be
       clean and in good operating condition at all times during the performance of the
       services herein. All equipment shall have adequate bumpers and guards to prevent
       marking or scratching of fixtures, furnishings or building surfaces.

       (b) To request a change from the most recent approved equipment and tool list,
       Contractor shall submit a written change request to the Contract Administrator
       defining the alternate tool and/or equipment to be replaced along with the
       manufacturer’s specifications and a photo of the alternate equipment or tool. The
       Contract Administrator will approve the alternate equipment or tool if the alternate
       equipment:
            (i) is equal to or exceeds the original approved equipment and tool specifications;
            (ii) performs as well as the initial selection, as demonstrated by actual
            performance testing;
            (iii) it is determined to be in the best interest of SPB,
            Any costs associated with evaluating alternate equipment or tools or changing to
            an alternate upon the request of Contractor shall be at no cost to SPB.

       (c) Contractor shall maintain on file at the work site, in the main custodial office or
       SPB Contract Administrator's office, one (1) complete set of operating and
       maintenance instructions for all types, brands, and models of power equipment used in
       performance of the services under this Contract.

       (d) All electrical equipment used by Contractor or Contractor’s employees shall meet
       all applicable safety requirements. This shall include either the use of ground fault
       interrupters or a wiring inspection program to assure the integrity of ground pins,
       grounding continuity, strain relief, and insulation quality of plugs and cords.
       Contractor shall have a written safety program requiring daily inspections of all
       electrical equipment for unsafe conditions. This equipment must operate at full rated
       performance levels using existing building circuits. It shall be the responsibility of
       Contractor to prevent the operation or the attempted operation of electrical equipment,

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       or combinations of equipment, that require power exceeding the capacity of existing
       building circuits.

       (e) Contractor shall furnish cellular phones for use by the Job Manager, and each
       Supervisor and team leads/managers, which operate independently in a facility. The
       cellular phones shall allow the Contract Administrator to immediately communicate
       with the Job Manager, Supervisors, and other custodial employees. Contractor shall not
       allow custodians to utilize personal cellular phones for the conduct of business related
       issues. Contractors should include in custodial training programs that custodial
       employees are expected to not utilize personal cell phones, to conduct personal
       business, during work hours.

1.06   Materials and Supplies
       (a) Contractor shall provide all cleaning supplies and equipment necessary to carry out
       the scope of services of this Contract. No material shall be used that will damage
       floors, floor covering, fixtures, woodwork, painted surfaces, furniture, or which will
       create health or safety hazards. All products must be user friendly and environmentally
       safe. Where a product is specified by SPB, there shall be no deviation without the
       express written permission of the Contract Administrator, in which case samples of
       proposed materials to be used shall be submitted to the Contract Administrator for
       approval. SPB may approve or disapprove any product prior to or during the term of
       this Contract.

       (b) Contractor is responsible for providing trash can liners for all trash receptacles.
       Note that contractor is not responsible for restocking restrooms or providing
       paper or hand soap products as part of the nightly services. SPB may elect to
       purchase paper and hand soap products from Contractor at the prices listed in Exhibit
       D, Compensation and Fees, however, they will be purchased under a separate Purchase
       Order. All supplies used by Contractor under this Contract shall be approved by the
       Contract Administrator. Any deviations from approved supplies shall be approved by
       the Contract Administrator prior to use. All supplies shall be of equal or higher quality
       than the products listed below. Contractor shall provide all supplies of whatever
       nature to fulfill the terms of this Contract in a manner sufficient to provide for the
       custodial needs of the facilities.

       ITEM                 DESCRIPTION

       Large Trash Liner    23” x 17" x 46” .90 Mil, Black

       Medium Trash Liner 19" x 14" x 40" 16 microns, Black

       Small Trash Liner    15" x 9" x 33" 6 microns, Black

       X-Small Trash Liner 13” x 4" x 17” 6 microns, Black


       (c) When requested, Contractor shall provide a monthly report of the quantity of
       supplies used, in a format and manner acceptable to the Contract Administrator.
       Supply quantities should be broken down by building.

1.07   Chemicals
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(a) Contractor shall furnish all chemicals/cleaning agents necessary to perform the
services of this Contract. Contractor shall use only those brands and types of chemicals
meeting the specifications contained herein and shall provide a list of all chemicals to
be used in execution of this Contract to be approved by the Contract Administrator
prior to commencement of work. Where practical, Contractor shall utilize chemicals
and products with the lowest toxicity and volatile organic composition possible, which
are still of sufficient strength to adequately perform as needed. Utilization of “Green
Seal” or other similar products is encouraged, but not required. SPB reserves the right
to reject any brand or type of chemical and order Contractor to substitute another
product acceptable to SPB. Contractor shall maintain a copy of the Material Safety
Data Sheet (MSDS) or equivalent forms, for all chemicals used in the performance of
the services under this Contract and shall provide the Contract Administrator with a
copy. The MSDS shall be posted in all closets where chemicals are stored and shall be
multilingual to sufficiently accommodate non-English speaking employees assigned by
Contractor to the building. All chemicals used shall have manufacturer’s quality
control batch numbers included on cases or containers. Chemicals, rinse water, and
any mixture thereof must always be emptied into a sanitary drain located in the utility
closets. Nothing may be ever emptied into a storm drain. Contractor will be penalized
financially of any waste is placed in a storm drain and the contract may be terminated.

(b) To request a change from the most recent approved chemical list, Contractor shall
submit a written change request to the Contract Administrator which identifies the
product use, the brand name, and the manufacturer’s complete name, address and
telephone number. In addition, Contractor shall attach a product brochure, a MSDS and
chemical specifications to the written request. SPB will approve the alternate brand if
such alternate:
        (i) performs as well as or better than the chemical brands referenced in the
        specifications in this Contract;
        (ii) causes no interference with the operational activities of SPB or damage to
        the facilities; and
        (iii) it is determined to be in the best interest of SPB.
        Any additional costs associated with testing or using an alternate brand of
        chemical or with changing from one brand to another brand will be borne by
        Contractor, if the change was requested by Contractor.

(c) No ammonia, bleach, bleach-based powdered cleanser or any other type of chemical
which does not meet the specifications included herein shall be used in the
performance of the services under this Contract without the written approval of the
Contract Administrator.

(d) Specifications for Water Emulsion-Type Floor Wax or Finisher Remover - The
following are the specifications for a commercial wax remover for use in stripping
water emulsion floor wax or finish (including metal-link polymers) from vinyl, rubber,
asphalt, and other composition floor surfaces and for use as a heavy-duty cleaner for
ceramic and conductive floors. The product shall:
       (i) be liquid of one (1) grade only;
       (ii) be a homogeneous, highly concentrated free-flowing liquid so formulated
       that it may be diluted with clear water, composed of synthetic detergents,
       alkaline builders and sequestering agents which will not cause skin irritations
       when used in accordance with directions;
       (iii) not contain any fatty acid soaps;

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       (iv) be stable and not lose its original effectiveness or otherwise deteriorate
       when stored for nine (9) months in a closed shipping container at room
       temperature;
       (v) remove over ninety percent (90%) of previous wax film; and
       (vi) remove grease, oils, waxes, gums, dirt and hard to remove soils from all
       recommended surfaces when used as directed.

(e) Specifications for Concentrated Neutral Detergent - The following are the
specifications for one (1) grade of a liquid concentrated compound suitable for wet
cleaning on painted and unpainted surfaces where hard or soft water prevails. The
detergent shall be an effective cleaning agent for use on wood, rubber, asphalt tile,
terrazzo, marble, concrete floors and other surfaces and shall:
        (i) be composed of synthetic organic detergents, sequestering, suspending and
        other cleaning agents;
        (ii) be assembled to form a homogeneous liquid with no more than a trace of
        suspended matter;
        (iii) be biodegradable and mildly perfumed;
        (iv) be non-caustic and contain no soap;
        (v) contain no free alkali or ammonia;
        (vi) contain no free oil, abrasives or other harmful ingredients and shall not be
        irritating to the skin;
        (vii) be effective at the emulsification of grease, oil and dirt;
        (viii) have excellent free rinsing characteristics;
        (ix) have moderate foam with excellent stability in presence of grease and oil;
        and (x) be safe for use on all surfaces when used as directed.

(f) Specification for Quaternary Ammonium Germicidal Detergent - The following are
the specifications for a liquid, quaternary ammonium compound of synthetic detergent
and germicide compound designed for general cleaning and disinfecting in one (1)
operation. The product shall:
       (i) be a blend of synthetic organic detergents, inorganic alkaline builders,
       water-softening agents, and synthetic quaternary ammonium germicide;
       (ii) not contain any soap, mercury compounds, phenols, free chlorine, peroxide,
       formaldehyde, or materials that release such compounds when diluted according
       to directions;
       (iii) for the germicidal agent, be a quaternary ammonium compound;
       (iv) be biodegradable;
       (v) have a minimum phenol coefficient of 10.0 against Salmonella Typhosa and
       Staphylococcus Aureus;
       (vi) kill Pseudomonas Aeruginosa at a 1:128 dilution and must be effective
       against both gram positive and gram negative organisms;
       (vii) meet all other requirements of the specifications in water up to and
       including 750 ppm of hardness;
       (viii) for a 1:128 dilution of the product, exhibit a cleaning efficiency of not
       less than eighty percent (80%);
       (ix) in solution, provide adequate but not excessive suds; and
       (x) have a container label that states that the product is approved by the
       Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use as a non-misting stream, bears
       the EPA registration number confirming that the product is EPA approved for
       use in federally inspected meat packing and poultry processing establishments,
       is acceptable for use in medical and non-medical facilities and bears a label that
       defines the contents, instructions for use, and any hazard warnings as
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        prescribed by current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
        regulations.

(g) Specifications for Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish - The following are the
specifications for stainless steel cleaner and polish intended for use on stainless steel
and other unpainted metal surfaces. The product shall:
        (i) not cake or powder in crevices or corners and leave no residue on the
        surface after polishing;
        (ii) have a pleasant, mild odor and leave no residual odor on the polished
        surface; and,
        (iii) contain no acids, alkali, wax, or abrasive material.

(h) Specification for Glass Cleaner - The following are the specifications for liquid
glass cleaner intended primarily for use on windows, mirrors, and other glass surfaces.
The product shall:
        (i) be a blend of synthetic organic detergents, alcohol, solvents, and germicidal
        components;
        (ii) not contain any perfume, ammonia or inorganic alkalis; and
        (iii) leave surfaces free from dust, grime, and ordinary soil material when
        properly applied.

(i) Specification for Acid-Type Bowl Cleaner - The following are the specifications for
liquid, ready to use acid-type bowl cleaner for de-scaling and disinfecting toilet bowls
and urinals. The product shall:
        (i) be a stable liquid and not lose effectiveness or otherwise deteriorate when
        stored in a closed container at room temperature for a period of one (1) year;
        (ii) be sufficient to remove soil, rust, lime scale and uric encrustation as well as
        disinfect and deodorize under normal conditions;
        (iii) not be detrimental to china and vitreous surfaces at full strength;
        (iv) not be detrimental to glazed and ceramic tile or stainless steel;
        (v) be non-fuming;
        (vi) contain an inhibitor to prevent the discoloration and deterioration of metal
        surfaces; and
        (vii) contain a stable organic synthetic detergent of the nonionic type, to
        increase the cleaning efficiency of the product.

(j) Specification for Water Emulsion-type Concrete and Terrazzo Sealer - The
following are the specifications for water emulsion-type concrete and terrazzo sealer,
which is a water emulsion of polymers for use as a pre-coat on resilient floors, both
porous and non-porous, and on non- resilient floors, such as concrete and terrazzo. The
product shall:
        (i) for nonvolatile total solids, not be less than 18.5%;
        (ii) show no separation, gelling, creaming, or otherwise deteriorate in the
        container for a period of at least one (1) year;
        (iii) meet or exceed the Chemical Specialties Manufacturers Association
        (CSMA) Bench Mark Standard for slip resistance as determined by American
        Society for Testing Materials (ASTM) D2047-69A, or a comparable standard to
        that used by Underwriters Laboratory (UL approved);
        (iv) The contractor will test four (4) selected areas monthly using an industry approved
        digital slip coefficient meter to perform static coefficient testing to confirm that the floor
        meets the UL and ASTM standards of 0.50 COF or above for public walkways. SPB
        will notify the contractor monthly of areas to be tested with results to be provided within
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       one week of notification. These monthly results will be documented in writing. If any
       areas fail to meet the standard SPB must be notified immediately and corrective steps
       taken until the readings meet the above standard;
       (v) shall not be tacky, in dry film form, when tested four (4) hours after
       application;
       (vi) when applied to resilient or non-resilient floors, not show effects such as
       whitening, discoloration, or in any way be injurious to the floor surface;
       (vii) not be affected by twenty-four (24) hours contact with water;
       (viii) be completely removable using a nylon abrasive pad and a good floor
       finish remover; and
       (ix) have a clean smelling scent with no objectionable odors.

(k) Specification for Wet Carpet Extraction Cleaner - The following are the
specifications for wet extraction cleaners containing synthetic organic detergents,
specially formulated solvents and brighteners. Hot water shall not exceed 120 degrees when
used to extract any carpet. The product shall:
        (i) be suitable for use on all fibers including acrylics, nylon, polyester, rayon,
        cotton, and wool;
        (ii) not produce objectionable fumes in use, leave lingering odors or tacky
        residues;
        (iii) be clear and stable and be equally effective in hard or soft water;
        (iv) have a pH above 8.0;
        (v) contain a blend of synthetic organic detergents, solvents, sequestering
        agents and foam stabilizers; and
        (vi) perform satisfactorily in the various carpet dry shampoo machines when
        diluted as per label directions.

(1) Specification for Metal-Link Polymer Floor Finish - The following are the
specifications for self-polishing, slip resistant, all synthetic water emulsion floor finish
intended for use on, and not detrimental to, sealed or finished wood surfaces, asphalt
tile, linoleum, rubber, vinyl composition, painted concrete, terrazzo and cement
surfaces. The product is to be used without dilution. Acid sensitive emulsions are
excluded. The product shall:
         (i) consist of all synthetic components and contain no natural waxes;
         (ii) contain a minimum of 22.5% nonvolatile material;
         (iii) consist of polyacrylic and polyethylene components [polymers shall be
         metal-linked to provide excellent detergent resistance];
         (iv) be safe for use on all kinds of floors including asphalt, vinyl, linoleum,
         terrazzo, marble, sealed wood, cork, rubber, and other composition tile
         surfaces;
         (v) produce a colorless, non-slip, water resistant coating having a very high
         gloss;
         (vi) be re-coatable within thirty (30) minutes after prior coat has dried [second
         coat shall not whiten nor lift the first coat and it shall produce enhanced gloss];
         (vii) resist scuffing, powdering and scratching under traffic to a satisfactory
         degree and shall respond to buffing;
         (viii) resist wet cleaning with alkaline detergents without being removed from
         the floor and without destroying gloss, but be readily removable by industrial
         and institutional wax strippers [removability properties may be tested in
         accordance with ASTM D-1792-661;
         (ix) not be acid sensitive and shall resist acidic cleaners and strippers, including
         acidic soft drinks and fruit juices;
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              (x) be non-yellowing on the floor;
              (xi) be completely waterproof within twelve (12) hours after application; and
              (xii) be free from objectionable odor and must not develop an offensive odor
              upon storage in the original, unopened container.

1.08   Minimum of Equipment, Tool, Chemicals and Supplies. For routine and daily work:
       (a) Contractor shall ensure, prior to the beginning of each work shift, that each
       custodial closet, custodial cart, and custodial employee is provided with the equipment,
       tools, chemicals, and supplies necessary to complete their assigned daily tasks.

1.09   Required Major Equipment for Routine Work. The following list of equipment is
       necessary to complete the stated objectives for each facility (Contractor must provide
       sufficient quantities of the equipment for the performance of these services):

       (a) rolling trash containers/bins for trash removal;

       (b) high speed floor machine/or dual-speed scrubber/buffer;

       (c) wet/dry tank vacuum;

       (d) upright carpet vacuum and backpack;

       (e) shelf-type custodial cart;

       (f) small pump-up sprayer;

       (g) carpet extractors; and

       (h) floor fans.

1.10   Cleaning Rules. The following rules shall apply to all Contractor employees
       performing services under this Contract.

       (a) Occupied Areas. Areas occupied by State employees shall be bypassed only if
       requested by the State employee(s), otherwise the area shall be cleaned. If an area is
       vacated prior to Contractor’s custodial employees’ departure from the building,
       custodians shall return and perform the required services. Areas not cleaned due to
       occupancy or occupant request shall be reported to the Contract Administrator the
       following morning by the Job Manager, as defined in Section 4.02 of this Contract, or
       his designee. Contractors may complete a SPB “Do Not Service” form or a Floor
       Checklist to document these instances or requests. Forms should be left with, or sent
       to, the Contractor Administrator. Meeting and Hearing rooms which are occupied
       should be bypassed until the meeting is completed.

       (b) Entrances and Doorways. All work assignments which include entrances and
       doorways shall include thresholds and door frames.

       (c) Storage Space. Contractor shall store required supplies, materials, and equipment in
       storage areas and custodial closets designated by SPB. Contractor shall keep these
       areas neat and clean at all times and comply with applicable safety and fire
       regulations. Space in SPB’s facilities furnished to Contractor, subject to the approval

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       of the Contract Administrator, for storage, supply, or janitorial closet space must be
       cleaned and maintained by Contractor.

       (d) Uniforms. Contractor’s custodial employees shall wear uniforms. Uniforms may be
       company t-shirts, smocks, or other approved apparel, must be all of one uniform
       consistent color or design, and must be approved by the Contract Administrator.
       Contractor’s custodial employees shall wear clean, presentable pants (no shorts). Job
       Managers and Supervisors, as defined in Section 4.02 of this Contract, may wear a
       distinguishing style of uniform, but should strive to maintain a company consistent
       color or design to aid in identification.

       (e) Gratuities. Contractor shall instruct all personnel that no gratuities shall be
       solicited or accepted for any reason whatsoever from the employees of SPB, other
       State employees that work in the buildings or from any other person on SPB property.

       (f) Visitors. No visitors shall be allowed in any State building, beyond the areas open
       to members of the public, including spouses or children of Contractor’s employees,
       unless they are bona fide employees of Contractor.

       (g) Intoxicants and Illegal Drugs. Intoxicants or illegal drugs shall not be brought onto
       State property. The use of any kind of intoxicants or illegal drugs while on duty by
       Contractor’s employees may result in termination of the Contract by SPB.

       (h) Use of State Equipment. Contractor and Contractor’s employees shall not use State
       equipment including, but not limited to, computers, telephones, facsimile machines,
       copiers, printers, calculators, or typewriters, except for phone use in cases of
       emergency or to respond to work requests from SPB or the occupying State agency of
       the building to which they are assigned. Misuse of this equipment may result in
       termination of the Contract.

       (i) Soliciting. Soliciting is prohibited on SPB premises. Contractor shall inform its
       employees of this policy prior to commencing services under the Contract.

       (j) Needed repairs or damages. The Job Manager, as defined in Section 4.02 of this
       Contract, shall promptly notify the Contract Administrator of needed repairs and/or
       damages to fixtures, buildings, and appurtenances. Any item of a critical, priority, or
       emergency nature shall be reported to the Contract Administrator immediately upon
       discovery.

       (k) Personnel. Contractor agrees to employ competent personnel meeting the
       requirements outlined in the terms and conditions of this Contract, who shall be
       satisfactory to SPB. Personnel assigned to perform services under this Contract may
       not be reassigned without the prior written notification to, and approval from, the
       Contract Administrator.

       (l) Lights. Custodial employees shall turn off all lights in office suites, and interior
       office spaces, upon departing from the space at the end of the workday, if the area is
       unoccupied.

1.11   Inspections. After transition of incoming Contractors to new facilities, (typically
       thirty (30) days after contract award) SPB will begin conducting randomly scheduled

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       on-site formal inspections, without notification. On-site inspections may occur before
       this time, but will be used as a corrective measure.

       (a) Acceptability of Work. The Contract Administrator shall determine the
       acceptability of all services performed under this Contract. Definition of terms and
       standards set forth in this Contract will be used in evaluating services. If discrepancies
       are noted, and conditions are not acceptable, Contractor shall review and correct all
       problem areas immediately. Failure to maintain an acceptable level of service may
       result in the assessment of actual damages and/or termination of the Contract.

       (b) Weekly Walk-Through. Once per week or more, SPB staff may perform a walk-
       through inspection. If unsatisfactory results are noted, the Contract Administrator will
       confirm the deficiencies and forward a copy of the checklist to Contractor who must
       correct the noted deficiencies within forty-eight (48) hours.

       (c) Monthly Formal Inspection. At least once per month, the Contract Administrator
       will conduct a formal walk-through inspection. Contractor may accompany SPB
       personnel during this inspection, if desired. If repeat deficiencies are found and not
       corrected immediately, informal corrective action will be requested of Contractor.
       Informal corrective action is defined as a verbal request or warning to Contractor to
       take appropriate correction action. Repeat deficiencies and/or cited violations may lead
       to a formal corrective action plan as further defined in Section 2.04 that may include,
       but is not limited to, withholding of payment, and/or termination of the Contract.

1.12   Required Meetings. During the first three months of the Contract, Contractor will be
       required to attend monthly meetings with the SPB. Thereafter, Contractor is required to
       attend quarterly meetings with the SPB. During these meetings Contractor will present a review
       of all work performed during the previous quarter and provide a preview of all upcoming work.
       All Contractor management personnel responsible for onsite work must attend the scheduled
       meetings. Meetings will be scheduled by the SPB and may be increased in frequency if
       necessary.

1.13   Keys for State Buildings. Designated Contractor personnel will sign out required
       building keys on a nightly basis and return/sign keys back in on a nightly basis. All
       keys remain the property of SPB, at all times, and shall be surrendered immediately to
       the Contract Administrator upon request. For any lost keys, Contractor shall
       immediately report this to the Contract Administrator and Department of Public Safety
       and will be responsible for the cost of re-keying any and all locks and keysets
       throughout the affected facility. If SPB determines that Contractor has made additional
       keys, or allowed additional keys to be made, or Contractor cannot account for the
       number of keys issued by SPB to Contractor, SPB may immediately terminate the
       Contract and assess actual damages for the cost of re-keying the affected facility.

1.14   Security and Identification. SPB will issue a protocol for all Contractor employees to
       enter the buildings. In general, every Contractor employee will be required to present
       a photo ID and sign in at the designated Department of Public Safety (DPS) entry point
       for each building. No Contractor employee will be allowed to work without signing in
       through the DPS entry point. All employees must sign out upon shift completion.
       Contractor shall abide by all procedures and rules as conveyed by the Contract
       Administrator regarding security requirements of the buildings where services are to be
       performed. A complete list of all of the Contractor’s personnel or subcontracted
       personnel shall be provided to the Contract Administrator upon execution of the
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       Contract and prior to any services being performed. The same information must be
       provided for new employees of Contractor prior to services being performed by such
       employee under this Contract. Contractor’s approved employees and subcontractors
       will be issued Contractor badges by DPS, which must be visibly and prominently
       displayed at all times during the performance of services under this Contract. Badges
       will be checked upon signing in at the start of the work shift and returned to DPS at the
       conclusion of the work shirt. No Contractor badges may be taken off site at any time
       or be used by other than the Contractor employee identified on the badge. Failure to
       follow any part of the security protocol may result in termination of the contract.

1.15   Miscellaneous. The following miscellaneous provisions shall apply to Contractor
       when performing the services required under this Contract.

       (a) Contractor Access. Access routes, entrance gates or doors, parking, storage areas,
       and other necessary Contractor access, along with any imposed time limitations, shall
       be designated by the Contract Administrator. Contractor shall conduct operations in
       strict observation of the access routes and other areas established. Under no
       circumstances shall any of Contractor’s personnel, vehicles, or equipment enter or
       move upon any area not authorized by Contract Administrator for access by
       Contractor. Contractor employees may be issued parking permits, depending upon
       specific facility requirements. Such employees shall be subject to screening by the
       Texas Department of Public Safety in order to receive these credentials.

       (b) Existing Utilities and Structures. Contractor shall adequately protect SPB’s
       property, adjacent property, and the public. In the event of damage to facilities as a
       result of Contractor’s operations, Contractor shall take immediate steps to notify
       Contract Administrator and subsequently repair and/or restore all services to the
       satisfactory approval of the Contract Administrator. Further, Contractor shall engage
       any additional outside services which may be necessary to facilitate repairs until
       services are restored. All costs involved in making repairs and restoring disrupted
       services shall be at the expense of Contractor, and Contractor shall be fully responsible
       for any and all claims resulting from the damage. Contract Administrator may elect to
       perform such repairs and deduct the cost of such repairs, replacements, and outside
       services from amounts due to Contractor. Upon the approval of the Contract
       Administrator, Contractor shall have the right to utilize air, water, gas, steam,
       electricity, and similar items of expense from existing outlets on SPB’s property.

       (c) Business Office. Contractor shall have a local physical office with local telephone
       service. Contractor shall advise SPB of all current phone numbers. The use of a
       recording or answering device, or an answering service, is not acceptable except for
       after Regular Business Hours. Contractor shall provide the Contract Administrator an
       emergency twenty-four (24) hour response number to allow immediate contact of the
       authorized Job Manager. SPB may provide office and storage space, at no expense to
       Contractor, subject to availability and as reasonably necessary, for the performance of
       Contractor’s duties under this Contract.

       (d) Smoking. All SPB facilities where work is to be performed are nonsmoking
       buildings. Contractor’s employees are prohibited from smoking in all areas except in
       areas designated for smoking.

       (e) Examination of Premises. Contractor shall be held to have examined all properties
       at which the services will take place and to be familiar with the conditions under which
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       the services will be accomplished. Contractor shall inspect existing conditions prior to
       commencing services, including elements subject to damage or movement during any
       project.

       (f) Containers. No fuels, chemicals or other type of hazardous material shall be stored
       on any SPB property. All fuels and other chemicals shall be stored in an Occupational
       Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) approved container.

       (g) Contractor Cooperation. Contractor agrees to cooperate and coordinate its services
       with that of other contractors retained by SPB. Upon discovery of an apparent conflict
       in the sequencing of work with another contractor, Contractor shall report the concern
       to Contract Administrator who will resolve the conflict.


                                                II. TERM.

2.01 Contract Award
     (a) This Contract shall be effective as of September 1, 2011 and shall expire on August
     31, 2013, unless extended by the parties by amendment to this Contract or terminated
     earlier, as provided in Section 2.02 set forth below. This Contract may be renewed for
     two (2) additional two (2) year periods, provided that renewal is executed by written
     amendment to this agreement prior to expiration of the current contract term. Any
     renewals shall be at the same terms and conditions, plus any approved changes. Any
     escalations to be included with renewal options must be provided in the initial
     solicitation response, as indicated on Exhibit D — Compensation and Fees as further
     described in Section 3.01 of this Contract.

     (b) Notwithstanding the termination or expiration of this Contract, the provisions of this
     Contract regarding confidentiality, indemnification, transition, records right to audit and
     independent audit, property rights, dispute resolution, invoice and fees verification, and
     default shall survive the termination or expiration dates of this Contract.

2.02 Termination. (a)Termination with Default. SPB may terminate this Contract
     immediately for default by providing written notice to Contractor of such termination if
     the Contractor fails to execute the work properly, performs work in an unsatisfactory
     manner, or fails to perform any provision of the Contract. In the event of abandonment
     or default, Contractor will be responsible for paying damages to SPB, including but not
     limited to, the cost to resolicit this Contract and any consequential damages to the State
     of Texas or SPB resulting from Contractor’s non-performance. The defaulting Contractor
     will not be considered in the resolicitation and may not be considered in future
     solicitations for the same type of work, unless the scope of work is significantly
     changed.

     (b) Termination without Default. SPB may, at its sole option and discretion, terminate
     this Contract at any time, for any reason whatsoever, in whole or in part, by giving
     written notice (hereinafter referred to as “Notice of Termination”) to Contractor at least
     thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of termination or reduction in the scope of
     work. In the event of termination by SPB under this subsection, Contractor shall be
     governed by the terms and conditions, and shall perform the acts outlined in the
     following Section 2.02(c).


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       (c) Implementation of Termination. Contractor shall terminate all work under the
       Contract to the extent and on the date specified in the Notice of Termination and until
       such date shall, to the extent stated in the Notice of Termination, do such work as may
       be necessary and be compensated only for such work as may be necessary as determined
       by Contract Administrator to preserve the work in progress and to protect materials,
       properties, and equipment. In the event of termination by SPB, SPB shall pay Contractor
       for all work satisfactorily performed up to the effective date of termination or reduction
       in the scope of work in accordance with the prices included in the scope of work.

       (d) Termination by Contractor. Contractor may terminate the Contract upon providing
       sixty (60) days written notice to SPB. In the event of termination by Contractor,
       Contractor shall be governed by the terms and conditions of this Contract, and shall
       perform the acts outlined in Section 2.02(c). Contractor will be held responsible for
       additional cost incurred by SPB from the termination of this Contract.

2.03 Unsatisfactory Performance
     (a) If Contractor fails to maintain an acceptable level of service, or if in the judgment of
     the Contract Administrator, Contractor’s methods are not adequate to ensure completion
     of all required services per the allotted schedules, the Contract Administrator may direct
     Contractor, at no additional cost to SPB, to revise work schedules or manpower/man-
     hours to ensure completion of the services. Failure to perform any of the obligations in
     this Contract shall be considered nonperformance of services and may result in informal
     corrective actions, formal corrective action plans, withholding of payment, or
     termination of this Contract.

       (b) SPB may consider the following levels of performance by Contractor as
       unsatisfactory. An unsatisfactory performance determination includes, but is not limited
       to the following:
             (i) more than four (4) complaints per week during the first three (3) months, for all
                     buildings under this Contract;
             (ii) no more than three (3) complaints per week during the second three (3) months,
                     for all buildings under this Contract;
             (iii) no more than two (2) complaints per week during the third three (3) months,
                     for all buildings under this Contract;
             (iv) no more than one (1) complaint per week during the balance of the duration of
                     this Contract;
             (v) receipt of more than five (5) negative customer surveys per month;
             (vi) not resolving ninety percent (90%) of complaints within twenty- four (24)
                     hours;.
             (vii) repeated poor or unacceptable performance of work; theft, abusive language
                     or behavior, or improper attire on behalf of Contractor’s employees;
             (viii) not maintaining the minimum required equipment and tools, defined in this
                     Contract, in clean and good operating condition;
             (ix) not providing the minimum required equipment, tools, supplies, materials, and
                     chemicals to employees as set forth in this Contract;
             (x) failure to produce the daily reports; and
             (xi) not correcting deficiencies forwarded by the Contract Administrator within
                     forty eight (48) hours.

2.04    Corrective Action Plan. If SPB discovers issues of unsatisfactory performance as set
        forth in Section 2.03 above that need to be corrected or accomplished, SPB shall
        request a “Corrective Action Plan” from Contractor. Upon request from the Contract
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        Administrator, Contractor shall deliver a Corrective Action Plan within ten (10)
        business days and it must be approved by the Contract Administrator. The Corrective
        Action Plan must address and correct all unsatisfactory performance within thirty (30)
        days of implementation. Failure to correct the unsatisfactory performance within the
        allotted time shall be grounds for termination.

2.05    No Liability Upon Termination. If this Contract is terminated for any reason, SPB
        and the State of Texas shall not be liable to Contractor for any damages, claims, losses,
        or any other amounts arising from or related to any such termination absent an award
        of damages pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 2260.


                                       III. CONSIDERATION

3.01 Contract Limit, Fees and Expenses.
     (a) The total amount of fees to be paid under this Contract shall be in accordance with
     Exhibit D — Compensation and Fees. Any changes to the fees set forth in Exhibit D —
     Compensation and Fees shall be submitted to SPB for review and shall be approved by
     written amendment to this Contract.

       (b) If square footage is added or removed from the Contract, pricing for such increase or
       decrease shall be adjusted based upon a calculated average cost per square foot of the
       contract cost for that building. Determination of cleanable square footages shall be done
       via SPB space audits, which utilize current CAD drawings and building statistics.

3.02    Payments to Contractor
        (a) Payments to Contractor will be made within thirty (30) days from receipt of a
        correct invoice or billing statement in accordance with the Texas Government Code,
        Chapter 2251, Texas Prompt Payment Act. An invoice is considered received on the
        date it is date stamped by SPB. Contractor will be paid for completion of work
        accepted and approved by the Contract Administrator. For large projects, partial
        payment may be allowed once per month on completed work with acceptance and
        approval of the Contract Administrator.

        (b) Contractor shall invoice SPB for work performed by vendor identification number
        and contract number. Address for submission is: State Preservation Board, Accounting
        Department, P.0. Box 13286, Austin, Texas 78711-3286.

3.03    Additional Services and Adjustments
        (a) “Additional Services” are those services not included in Article I of this Contract
        which may be requested by SPB at any time for the duration of this Contract. Upon
        request by SPB for Additional Services, Contractor shall prepare and submit to SPB a
        proposal for such services requested. Additional Services will be charged at the hourly
        rate set forth in Exhibit D — Compensation and Fees and shall be documented by a
        Purchase Order (PO) issued by SPB.

        (b) At any time, SPB may adjust the Contract, in whole or in part, with thirty (30) days
        notice to Contractor. Adjustments shall be in accordance with the unit prices quoted in
        Exhibit D — Compensation and Fees and shall be documented by written amendment
        to this Contract.


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3.04   Percentage Increase. Contractor may request an overall increase in this Contract for
       each renewal period. The increase may not exceed 5% cumulative, with the original
       Exhibit D — Compensation and Fees of this Contract being used as the base figure.
       Escalators are subject to availability of appropriated funds and approval by SPB.


                             IV. CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL

4.01   Required Qualifications. At all times during the term of the Contract, Contractor
       shall have available, under direct employment and supervision, the necessary qualified
       personnel, organization and facility to properly fulfill all the terms and conditions of
       this Contract. All employees of Contractor shall be no less than seventeen (17) years of
       age with a minimum of at least one (1) year of full-time experience in the type of work
       to be performed. All employees of Contractor shall be eight (8) hour full-time or four
       (4) hour part-time employees.

4.02   Required Personnel. Contractor may be required to supply personnel, as needed.
       Personnel shall be able to communicate with SPB personnel and building employees in
       English at the minimum level necessary to understand routine custodial requests and
       provide appropriate responses. Any personnel who do not utilize English as a primary
       language should be trained to respond to requests with how to contact their supervisor.
       Contractor shall keep on file and furnish to the Contract Administrator, upon request, a
       routine work organizational chart and a separate projects organizational chart.
       Organizational charts shall be updated as needed. The organizational charts shall show
       assigned work areas of each employee by name, by position, and shift hours.
       Contractor shall assign the following personnel to this Contract:

       (a) Job Manager. Contractor shall provide a Job Manager, who shall be acceptable to
       SPB and named prior to any performance of services under this Contract. The “Job
       Manager” shall be the person who has the authority to act on behalf of Contractor, at
       all times, to carry out the provisions of this Contract. The Job Manager must be
       knowledgeable and well versed in all aspects of the Contract and its specifications and
       shall personally inspect the custodial tasks and results of custodial employees in all
       areas to ensure that uniform first class workmanship is continually maintained and that
       all tasks required under this Contract are being performed. The Job Manager is
       required to be on-site for at least 36 hours per work week. On site shall be defined as
       any of the buildings under this Contract. The Job Manager shall be responsible for
       first-line supervision of all Contractor custodial employees. Contractor shall provide
       the Contract Administrator the telephone number and/or pager number of the Job
       Manager for contact in case of emergencies. When requested by the Contract
       Administrator, the Job Manager shall conduct twice monthly inspections of the
       facilities together with the Contract Administrator and, within twenty-four (24) hours
       of the inspection, provide a written report to the Contract Administrator, in a format
       approved by SPB. SPB reserves the right to change the frequency of the inspections as
       it deems necessary.

       (b) Supervisor. A “Supervisor” shall be the person who has the authority to supervise
       Contractor’s employees to ensure compliance with the specifications and provisions of
       this Contract. Supervisors shall be under the direct supervision of the Job Manager. A
       full time supervisor shall supervise team leaders and staff as well as personally
       inspect the custodial tasks and results of custodial employees in all areas to ensure the
       uniform first class workmanship is continually maintained. The Supervisor is required
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       to be on-site for 40 hours per work week. A separate supervisor shall be assigned full
       time at the facility to which they are assigned to supervise floor work performed by a
       team leader as defined below, and other employees until the daily contractual
       requirements of that assigned facility are fulfilled, at which time they are released to
       other facilities, if applicable. Supervisors can be responsible for more than one (1)
       facility at a time if team leaders are always present at the other buildings. Supervisors
       or team leaders shall be present at his/her facility at all times that custodial employees
       are present. All Supervisors must be able to communicate fluently in English.

       (c) Team Leader. A “Team Leader” shall be the person under the supervision of a
       Supervisor or Job Manager, if acting as a Supervisor, has authority to supervise not
       more than six (6) custodial employees to carry out the specifications and provisions of
       this Contract. Team Leaders shall personally inspect the custodial tasks and results of
       the custodial employees to ensure that uniform first class workmanship is continually
       maintained and that the custodial employees are complying with all aspects of the
       Contract. Team Leaders must remain at the facility to which they are assigned, at all
       times, and continually supervise the custodial employees assigned to them.

       (d) Custodial Employees. Custodial employees are employees, generally entry-level,
       assigned to perform individual custodial tasks, with no supervisory responsibilities.
       Custodial employees who are assigned in areas which will likely directly interface with
       tenant staff should be able to understand and communicate in English at a basic level.
       No specific number of custodial employees are assigned per building, or mandated by
       this contract, but Contractor is required to have enough custodial staff to complete all
       services, correctly, on-time, and within expectations set forth in this Contract.

4.03   Removal of Personnel. SPB may request that Contractor replace unsatisfactory
       personnel, which request shall not be unreasonably denied. In addition, SPB may
       request that Contractor remove any employee for cause, including but not limited to,
       poor or unacceptable performance of work; theft, abusive language or behavior, or
       improper attire. Repeat occurrences of this type may be cause for termination of the
       Contract.

4.04   General and Criminal Background Checks. Contractor’s employees and
       subcontractors shall be subjected to a background check. Any expense associated with
       the background checks shall be borne by Contractor. A complete background check
       shall be completed before any employee performs services under this Contract and
       once every 12 months thereafter and may also be requested at any time. Background
       checks must be accomplished by independent third-party company acceptable to SPB
       and must include, at a minimum, the following:

       (a) criminal background check;

       (b) a local police background check;

       (c) medical screening for drug detection with mandatory periodic checks;

       (d) a photocopy of a valid state drivers license or photo identification; and

       (e) a photocopy of the employee’s Social Security Card or Resident Alien work
       visa/identification card.

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4.05   E- Verify Employment Eligibility Verification. Prior to the beginning of work at any
       SPB property, Contractor must use the E-Verify ® Internet-based system to verify
       worker employment eligibility. E-Verify is an Internet-based system that compares
       information from an employee's Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, to data from U.S.
       Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records to confirm
       employment eligibility. Contractor must provide documentation showing that this requirement
       has been met for all employees working on SPB properties.

4.06   Absenteeism and Vacation. Contractor shall provide substitutes for any employees
       not present for work. Contractor shall provide relief personnel or overtime personnel,
       as necessary, at no cost to SPB ensure that the provisions of this Contract are
       performed.

4.07   Tuberculosis Screening. All employees of Contractor shall pass a medical screening
       that includes, at a minimum, a Tuberculosis screening exam. Certification of the exam
       must be provided to SPB prior to each employee performing services under the
       Contract.

4.08   Independent Contractor. It is understood and agreed by SPB and Contractor that
       Contractor retained as an independent contractor and in no event shall any employee
       hired by Contractor be considered an employee of SPB.

4.09   Training.
       (a) Contractor shall have an ongoing training program to provide each employee used
       in the performance of work under this Contract with adequate training to perform the
       work competently defined in the scope of work. Contractor must agree to modify the
       program if requested by SPB. The training program shall remain the sole and exclusive
       property of Contractor.

       (b) The program shall include, at a minimum, training for each of the ten (10) training
       subjects shown below:
       (i) orientation;
       (ii) introduction to assignments;
       (iii) chemicals;
       (iv) tools and equipment;
       (v) general procedures;
       (vi) restroom cleaning;
       (vii) common mistakes;
       (viii) all floor equipment;
       (ix) safety;
       (x) trash and recycling

       (c) Contractor shall conduct an annual training for all employees on hazardous
       chemicals and provide signed documentation of such training by each employee.

       (d) Contractor shall maintain a training record for each employee. The training record
       shall include, at a minimum, the employee’s name, date of employment, and the type
       and date of each training class attended. Such records shall be made available to the
       Contract Administrator upon written request. The Contract Administrator may, from
       time-to-time, monitor the conduct of such training classes. Each employee performing
       services under this Contract shall be adequately trained in the subjects listed above
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        within the first two (2) weeks of the Contract start date. Employees hired during the
        term of this Contract shall be trained in the above subjects within two (2) weeks from
        their date of hire.

        (e) Contractor shall provide all necessary equipment and supplies to conduct the
        training required under this Contract.

4.10 Daily Report
     (a) Contractor shall keep on file and make available upon verbal request, a daily report,
     in a format approved by the Contract Administrator, which includes a list of the names
     of all personnel present for work the previous day, showing the positions filled by each
     person, the locations worked, and the number of hours worked by each person, as
     certified by Contractor’s time records.

       (b) Failure to produce the daily reports shall be cause for SPB to withhold payment
       processing until satisfied.

4.11 Quarterly Employee Report. Within five (5) working days of the end of each State
     fiscal year quarter (November, February, May, and August), Contractor shall provide to
     the Contract Administrator, a report of the number of full-time and part-time employees
     employed as of the last working day of the State fiscal year quarter.


                                        V. STATE FUNDING

5.01 State Funding
     (a) The Contract is subject to termination, without penalty to the SPB, either in whole or in part, if
     funds are not appropriated by the Texas Legislature. The SPB is a state agency whose authority
     and appropriations are subject to actions of the Texas Legislature and whose availability of funds
     may be subject to governmental action. If the SPB becomes subject to a legislative change,
     revocation of statutory authority, lack of appropriate funds, or unavailability of funds which would
     render the Contractor's delivery or performance under this Contract impossible or unnecessary, this
     Contract will be terminated, either in whole or in part. In the event of a termination under this
     section, the SPB will not be liable to the Contractor or any other person or entity for any payments,
     damages or any other amounts which were otherwise due or which may be caused or associated
     with such termination and the SPB will not be required to give prior notice.

      (b) Furthermore, any damages due under this Contract should not exceed the amount of
      funds appropriated for payment under this Contract, but not yet paid to Contractor, for
      the fiscal year budget in existence at the time of the breach; provided, however, the
      foregoing shall not be construed as a waiver of sovereign immunity.


VI. RECORDS, AUDIT, PROPRIETARY INFORMATION, AND PUBLIC DISCLOSURE

6.01 Supporting Documents, Retention, Right to Audit; Independent Audits

    The Contractor understands that acceptance of funds under the Contract acts as acceptance of the
    authority of the State Auditor=s Office, the SPB, or any successor agency, to conduct an audit or
    investigation in connection with those funds. The Contractor further agrees to cooperate fully with
    the above parties in the conduct of the audit or investigation, including providing all requested
    records. The Contractor shall ensure that this clause concerning the authority to audit funds received
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    indirectly by subcontractors through the contractor and the requirement to cooperate is included in
    any subcontract it awards.

    The Contractor shall maintain and retain supporting fiscal documents adequate to ensure that claims
    for Contract Funds are in accordance with applicable SPB and State of Texas requirements. The
    Contractor shall maintain all such documents and other records relating to this Contract and the
    State's property for a period of four (4) years after the date of submission of the final invoices or
    until a resolution of all billing questions, whichever is later. Contractor shall make available at
    reasonable times and upon reasonable notice, and for reasonable periods, all information related to
    the State's property, such as work papers, reports, books, data, files, software, records, and other
    supporting documents pertaining to this Contract, for purposes of inspecting, monitoring, auditing, or
    evaluating by the SPB, the State of Texas or their authorized representatives. Contractor shall
    cooperate with auditors and other authorized SPB and State of Texas representatives and shall
    provide them with prompt access to all of such State's property as requested by SPB or the State of
    Texas. By example and not as an exclusion to other breaches or failures, the Contractor's failure to
    comply with this section shall constitute a material breach of this Contract and shall authorize the
    SPB to immediately assess the liquidated damages for such failure. For purposes of this section, the
    "State's property" includes, but is not limited to, "Work" as defined in the RFP. The SPB may
    require, at the Contractor's sole cost and expense, independent audits by a qualified certified public
    accounting firm of the Contractor's books and records or the State's property. The independent
    auditor shall provide the SPB with a copy of such audit at the same time it is provided to the
    Contractor. The SPB retains the right to issue a request for proposals for the services of an
    independent certified public accounting firm under this Contract. In addition to and without
    limitation on the other audit provisions of this Contract, pursuant to Section 2262.003, Tex
    Government Code, the State Auditor may conduct an audit or investigation of the Contractor or any
    other entity or person receiving funds from the state directly under this Contract or indirectly through
    a subcontract under this Contract. The acceptance of funds by the Contractor or any other entity or
    person directly under this Contract or indirectly through a subcontract under the this Contract acts as
    acceptance of the authority of the state auditor, under direction of the legislative audit committee, to
    conduct an audit or investigation in connection with those funds. This Contract may be amended
    unilaterally by the SPB to comply with any rules and procedures of the State Auditor in the
    implementation and enforcement of Section 2262.003. Under procedures provided by the state
    auditor on September 5, 2003, in addition to the above, (1) the Contractor understands that the
    acceptance of funds under this Contract acts as acceptance of the authority of the state auditor to
    conduct an audit or investigation in connection with those funds; (2) the Contractor further agrees to
    cooperate fully with the state auditor in the conduct of the audit or investigation, including providing
    all records requested; and (3) the Contractor shall ensure that this paragraph concerning the authority
    to audit funds received indirectly by subcontractors through the Contractor and the requirement to
    cooperate is included in any subcontract it awards.

6.03 Confidentiality. The Contractor will not disclose any information to which it is privy under
    this Contract without the prior consent of the SPB. Contractor will indemnify and hold harmless the
    State of Texas, its officers and employees, and the SPB, its officers and employees for any claims or
    damages that arise from the disclosure by Contractor or its contractors of information held by the
    State of Texas.

6.04    Public Records. Pursuant to Chapter 552 of the Texas Government Code, the “Texas
    Public Information Act” (the Act), information or documents received from Contractor are
    subject to the Act and may be open to public inspection and copying. SPB will have the
    duty to disclose information unless a particular record is made confidential by law or
    otherwise excepted from disclosure under the Act. Contractor may clearly label individual
    documents as “confidential” or a “trade secret”. If a public records request for a labeled
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    document is received by SPB, SPB will notify Contractor of the request in accordance with
    the Act. Disclosure of such labeled information is dependent on a ruling from the Office of
    the Attorney General.

6.05 Public Disclosure. No public disclosures or news releases pertaining to the Contract shall be
    made without prior written approval of the SPB. The Contractor is prohibited from using contract
    award information such as sales values, volumes, or the State of Texas or the SPB as customers or
    any other information that could be construed as an endorsement by the SPB of the Contractor or the
    products or services provided by the Contractor in sales brochures or other promotions or
    advertisements, including press releases, unless prior written approval is obtained from the SPB.


             VII. CONTRACTOR’S RESPONSIBILITIES AND WARRANTIES

7.01 Contractor Responsibilities
    (a) Contractor shall be responsible for damage to SPB’s equipment, and the workplace and
      its contents by its works, its negligence in work, its personnel, or its equipment by
      Contractor’s staff or subcontractors. Contractor shall be responsible and liable for the
      safety, injury, and health of its working personnel while its employees are performing
      work for SPB.

    (b) Where property is damaged or stolen due to negligence or apparent negligence by
      Contractor’s employees in the performance of their duties, Contractor shall be
      responsible for replacement or repair of said property. Continued incidents of theft or
      damaged property may result in the immediate termination of the Contract.

7.02 Performance Standards. All work performed under this Contract shall be in accordance
    with applicable terms and conditions of this Contract and shall comply with all federal,
    state, and local laws, rules and regulations.

7.03 Warranty on Safety and Health Requirements. Contractor shall procure, at
    Contractor’s expense, all necessary and required licenses and permits necessary for the
    performance of this Contract. Contractor represents and warrants that the services
    provided under this Contract comply with all applicable federal health and safety
    standards, including but not limited to, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
    (OSHA), and all Texas health and safety standards.

7.04 Drug Free Workplace. The contractor shall com ply with the applicable provisions of the Drug-
   Free Work Place Act of 1988 (Public Law 100-690, T itle V, Subtitle D; 41 U.S.C. 701 ET SEQ.) and
   maintain a drug-free work environm ent; and the final rule, government-wide requirements for drug-
   free work place (grants), issued by the Office of Management a nd Budget and the Depart ment of
   Defense (32 CFR Part 280, Subpart F) to im plement the provisions of the Drug-Free Work Place Ac t
   of 198 8 is in corporated b y reference and the cont ractor shall com ply with th e relevant provisions
   thereof, including any amendments to the final rule that may hereafter be issued.



         VIII. INSURANCE, INDEMNIFICATION AND LEGAL OBLIGATIONS

8.0 1. Insurance. Prior to the commencement of work under this Contract, Contractor agrees
    to carry and maintain insurance in the following types and amounts for the duration of this
    Contract at its own expense, to furnish certificates of insurance, and make available , at no
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   cost to SPB, copies of policy declaration pages and policy endorsements as evidence
   thereof:

   (a) Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability coverage with minimum policy
   limits for employers’ liability of $100,000.00 bodily injury per accident, $500,000.00
   bodily injury disease policy limit and $100,000.00 per disease, per employee. Workers’
   compensation insurance coverage must meet the statutory requirements of Texas Labor
   Code, Section 401.011(46). Certification in writing from Contractor and subcontractors
   shall be provided to SPB in accordance with Texas Labor Code, Section 406.096.

   (b) Commercial General Liability with a minimum combined single limit of $1,000,000.00
   per occurrence and $2,000,000.00 general aggregate for bodily injury and for property
   damages, which coverage shall include products/completed operations, where appropriate,
   at $1,000,000.00 per occurrence. The policy shall contain the following provisions:

        (i) Blanket contractual liability coverage for liability assumed under the Contract;

        (ii) Independent contractors’ coverage;

        (iii) State of Texas, SPB, its officials, directors, employees, representatives and
            volunteers must be listed as additional insureds;

        (iv) Thirty (30) day Notice of Cancellation in favor of SPB; and

        (v) Waiver of Transfer Right of Recovery Against Others in favor of SPB.

   (c) Business Automobile Liability Insurance for all owned, non-owned and hired vehicles
   with a minimum combined single limit of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence for bodily injury
   and property damage. The policy shall contain the following endorsements in favor of
   SPB:

        (i) Waiver of Subrogation endorsement;

        (ii) Thirty (30) day Notice of Cancellation endorsement; and

        (iii) Additional Insured endorsement.

   (d) Crime insurance to cover losses from employee dishonesty with a minimum limit of
   $100,000.00 per occurrence. Coverage must include third party property and the policy can
   not include a conviction clause. The State Preservation Board must be a loss payee.

8.02. General Requirements for Insurance.

     (a) Contractor shall be responsible for deductibles and self-insured retention, if any,
     stated in policies. All deductibles or self-insured retention shall be disclosed on the
     certificate of insurance required above. If coverage is underwritten on a claims-made
     basis, the retroactive date shall be coincident with the date of this Contract and the
     certificate of insurance shall state that the coverage is claims made and the retroactive
     date.

     (b) Contractor shall maintain coverage for the duration of this Contract. Coverage,
     including any renewals, shall have the same retroactive date as the original policy
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applicable to the Contract. Contractor shall, on at least an annual basis, provide SPB
with an insurance certificate as evidence of such insurance. The premium for this
extended reporting period shall be paid by Contractor.

(c) Contractor shall not commence work under this Contract until they have obtained the
required insurance and until such insurance has been reviewed by SPB.

(d) Without limiting any of the other obligations or liabilities of the Contractor, the Contractor
shall require each Subcontractor performing work under the Contract, at the Subcontractor's own
expense, to maintain during the term of the Contract, the same stipulated minimum insurance
including the required provisions and additional policy conditions shown above. As an alternative,
the Contractor may include its Subcontractors as additional insureds on its own coverage as
prescribed under these requirements. The Contractor's certificates of insurance shall note in such
event that the Subcontractors are included as additional insureds and that Contractor agrees to
provide Workers' Compensation for the Subcontractors and their employees. The Contractor shall
obtain and monitor the certificates of insurance from each Subcontractor in order to assure
compliance with the insurance requirements. The Contractor must retain the certificates of
insurance for the duration of the Contract and shall have the responsibility of enforcing these
insurance requirements among its subcontractors. The SPB shall be entitled, upon request and
without expense, to receive copies of these certificates

(e) Approval, disapproval or failure to act by the SPB regarding any insurance supplied by the
Contractor or its subcontractors shall not relieve the Contractor of full responsibility or liability for
damages and accidents as set forth in the Contract Documents. Neither shall the bankruptcy,
insolvency nor denial of liability by the insurance company exonerate the Contractor from liability.

(f) Insurance shall be written by a company licensed to do business in the State of Texas
at the time the policy is issued and shall be written by a company with an A.M. Best
rating of A- or better.

(g) SPB shall be an additional insured as its interests may apply on the Commercial
General Liability and Business Automobile Liability Policies.

(h) Contractor shall produce endorsements to each affected policy:

    (i) Naming SPB, P.O. Box 13286, Austin, Texas 78711 as additional insured (except
        Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability).

    (ii) That obligates the insurance company to notify the SPB Contract Administrator,
      SPB - FMD, P.O. Box 13286, Austin, Texas 78711, of any non-renewal,
      cancellations or material changes at least thirty (30) days prior to change or
      cancellation.

    (iii) That the “other” insurance clause shall not apply to the State where SPB is an
      additional insured shown on the policy. It is intended that policies required in this
      Contract, covering both SPB and Contractor, shall be considered primary coverage
      as applicable.

SPB shall be entitled, upon request and without expense, to receive copies of policies
and endorsements thereto and may make any reasonable requests for deletion or revision
or modification of particular policy terms, conditions, limitations, or exclusions except
where policy provisions are established by law or regulations binding upon either of the
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     parties hereto or the underwriter on any such policies and if such request for deletions,
     revisions, or modifications are commercially available.

     (i) Contractor shall not cause any insurance required under this Contract to cancel nor
     permit any insurance to lapse during the term of this Contract.

     (j) SPB reserves the right to review the insurance requirements of this section during the
     effective period of the Contract and to make reasonable adjustments to insurance
     coverage and their limits when deemed necessary and prudent by SPB based upon
     changes in statutory law, court decisions or the claims history of the industry as well as
     Contractor (such adjustments shall be commercially available to Contractor).

     (k) Contractor shall provide SPB thirty (30) days written notice of erosion of the
     aggregate limit.

     (l) Actual losses not covered by insurance as required by this Contract shall be paid by
     Contractor.

(m) Contractor’s insurance shall include a waiver of subrogation to SPB for the Workers’
   Compensation and Employers’ Liability, Commercial General Liability, and Business
   Automobile Liability policies.


8.03 Indemnification. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL DEFEND, INDEMNIFY, AND HOLD
   HARMLESS THE STATE OF TEXAS, ITS OFFICERS, AND EMPLOYEES, AND THE
   SPB, ITS OFFICERS, AND EMPLOYEES AND CONTRACTORS, FROM AND
   AGAINST ALL CLAIMS, ACTIONS, SUITS, DEMANDS, PROCEEDINGS, COSTS,
   DAMAGES, AND LIABILITIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ATTORNEYS'
   FEES AND COURT COSTS, ARISING OUT OF, CONNECTED WITH, OR
   RESULTING FROM ANY ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF CONTRACTOR OR ANY
   AGENT, EMPLOYEE, SUBCONTRACTOR, OR SUPPLIER OF CONTRACTOR IN
   THE EXECUTION OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS CONTRACT. CONTRACTOR
   SHALL COORDINATE ITS DEFENSE WITH THE TEXAS ATTORNEY GENERAL AS
   REQUESTED BY THE SPB. THIS PARAGRAPH IS NOT INTENDED TO AND SHALL
   NOT BE CONSTRUED TO REQUIRE THE CONTRACTOR TO INDEMNIFY OR
   HOLD HARMLESS THE STATE OR THE SPB FOR ANY CLAIMS OR LIABILITIES
   RESULTING FROM THE NEGLIGENT ACTS OR OMISSIONS OF THE SPB OR ITS
   EMPLOYEES.

8.04 Legal Obligations. Contractor shall procure and maintain for the duration of this
    Contract any state, county, city, or federal license, authorization, insurance, waiver,
    permit, qualification or certification required by statute, ordinance, law, or regulation to
    be held by Contractor to provide the goods or services required by this Contract.
    Contractor will be responsible to pay all taxes, assessments, fees, premiums, permits, and
    licenses required by law. Contractor agrees to be responsible for payment of any such
    government obligations not paid by its subcontractors during performance of this Contract.


                     IX. CONTRACTOR GENERAL AFFIRMATIONS


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9.01 Financial Interests/Gifts. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Sections 572.051 and
    2255.001 and Texas Penal Code Section 36.09, Contractor has not given, offered to give,
    nor intends to give at anytime hereafter, any economic opportunity, future employment,
    gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip, favor, or service to a public servant in
    connection with this Contract.

9.02 Prior Employment. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Chapter 573 and Section
    2254.032, Contractor certifies that Contractor knows of no officer or employee of SPB,
    nor any relative within the second degree of consanguinity or affinity of an officer or
    employee of SPB, that has a financial interest in Contractor’s company or corporation.
    Contractor further certifies that no partner, corporation, or unincorporated association
    which employs, retains or contracts with, or which may employ, retain, or contract with
    any of the above, has a financial interest in any entity with which Contractor will be
    dealing on behalf of SPB. Furthermore, Contractor certifies that if it employs any former
    employee of SPB, such employee will perform no work in connection with this Contract
    during the twelve (12) month period immediately following the employee’s last date of
    employment at SPB.

9.03 Eligibility. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 2155.004(b), Contractor
    certifies that the individual or business entity named in this Contract is not ineligible to
    receive the specified Contract and acknowledges that this Contract may be terminated and
    payment withheld if this certification is inaccurate.

9.04 Family Code. Pursuant to the requirements of Texas Family Code Section 231.006,
    regarding delinquent child support, the undersigned signatory certifies that the individual
    or business entity named in this Contract is not ineligible to receive payment under this
    Contract and, if applicable, Contractor has provided the name and Social Security number
    of each person (sole proprietors, firm owners, partners, or shareholders) with at least 25%
    ownership of the business entity entering into this Contract prior to its execution.
    Contractor acknowledges that this Contract may be terminated and payment may be
    withheld if this certification is inaccurate.

9.05 Debts or Delinquencies to State. Pursuant to Texas Government Code Section 403.055,
    Contractor understands and agrees that any payment due under this Contract may. be
    applied toward payment of any debt that is owed to the State of Texas including, but not
    limited to1 delinquent taxes and child support.

9.06 Buy Texas.. If Contractor is authorized to make purchases under this Contract,
    Contractor certifies that Contractor will buy Texas products, services, and materials when
    available at a comparable price and in a comparable period of time pursuant to Texas
    Government Code Ch. 2155.

9.07 Equal Opportunity. Contractor shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant
    for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, age, or national origin. Contractor
    shall take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees
    are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, sex, religion, age, or
    national origin. Such action shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
    employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising;
    layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for
    training, including apprenticeship. Contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places,
    available to employees or applicants for employment, notices to be provided setting forth

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   the provisions of this non-discrimination article. Contractor shall include the above
   provisions in all subcontracts pertaining to the work.

9.08 Deceptive Trade Practice, Unfair Business Practices. Contractor represents and
    warrants that it has not been the subject of allegations of Deceptive Trade Practices
    violations under the Texas Business and Commerce Code, Chapter 17, or allegations of
    any unfair business practice in any administrative hearing or court suit and that Contractor
    has not been found to be liable for such practices in such proceedings. Contractor certifies
    that it has no officers who have served as officers of other entities who have been the
    subject allegations of Deceptive Trade Practices violations or allegations of any unfair
    business practices in an administrative hearing or court suit and that such officers have not
    been found to be liable for such practices in such proceedings.

9.09 Felony Criminal Convictions. Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor and
    Contractor’s employees have not been convicted of a felony criminal offense, or that, if
    such a conviction has occurred, Contractor has fully advised SPB as to the facts and
    circumstances surrounding the conviction.

9.10 Agency Executive Head. Under Texas Government Code Section 669.003 relating to
    contracting with an executive of a state agency, Contractor represents that no person who,
    in the past four (4) years, served as an executive of SPB or any other state agency, was
    involved with or has any interest in this Contract or any contract resulting from this
    Contractor. If Contractor employs or has used the services of a former executive head of
    SPB or any other state agency, then Contractor shall provide the following information:
    the name of the former executive, the name of the state agency, the date of separation from
    the state agency, the position held with Contractor, and the date of employment with
    Contractor.

9.11 Liability for Taxes. The SPB is exempt from State Sales tax and Federal Excise tax. The
   SPB will furnish Tax Exemption Certificate(s) to the Contractor upon request. The
   Contractor shall pay all taxes resulting from the Contract including but not limited to any
   federal, state or local income, sales, excise or property taxes. The SPB shall not be liable to
   reimburse the Contractor for the payment of such taxes incurred by the Contractor in
   acquiring any goods or services as a part of any work called for in this Contract and the
   Contractor’s invoice shall not include any amount for such taxes, as long as the Customer
   has provided the requested Tax Exemption Certificates.

9.12 No Conflicts. Contractor represents and warrants that Contractor has no actual or
    potential conflicts of interest in providing services to the State of Texas under this
    Contract and that Contractor’s provision of services under this Contract would not
    reasonably create an appearance of impropriety.

9.13 Prohibition on Certain Bids and Contracts. Under Texas Government Code, Section 2
    155.006, relating to the prohibition of certain bids and contracts, Contractor certifies that
    the individual or business entity named in this Contract is not ineligible to receive the
    specified Contract and acknowledges that this Contract may be terminated and payment
    withheld if this certification is inaccurate. Contractor represents and warrants that during
    the five (5) year period preceding the date of this Contract, Contractor has not been:
    (a) convicted of violating a federal law in connection with a contract awarded by the
    federal government for relief, recovery, or reconstruction efforts as a result of Hurricane

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   Rita, as defined by Texas Utilities Code, Section 39.459, Hurricane Katrina, or any other
   disaster occurring after September 24, 2005; or

   (b) 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, as defined by Texas Utilities Code, Section 39.459,
   Hurricane Katrina, or any other disaster occurring after September 24, 2005.

9.14 Immigration Reform. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, as amended,
    the Immigration Act of 1990, and the illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant
    Responsibility Act of 1996, require that all employees provide proof of identity and
    employment eligibility before they can work in the United States. SPB is committed to
    complying with all applicable immigration laws of the United States and requires
    compliance by its contractors and subcontractors. Contractor shall not place any employee
    of Contractor at a worksite, nor shall Contractor permit any employees, nor any employee
    of its subcontractor to perform any work on behalf of, or for the benefit of, SPB without
    first ensuring said employee’s authorization to lawfully work in the United States.

9.15 Minimum Wage Rate Requirements. Notwithstanding any other provision of this
    Contract, Contractor hereby represents and warrants that the Contractor shall pay to each
    of its employees a wage not less than what is currently known as the “Federal Minimum
    Wage” and any increase or amendments thereto. Furthermore, Contractor shall produce
    proof of compliance with this provision by Contractor to SPB. SPB shall withhold
    payments due to Contractor until Contractor has complied with this provision. Prior to any
    payment being made for work satisfactorily completed and accepted, Contractor shall
    submit Wage Rate Affidavits (on the Department’s Standard Wage Rate Affidavit Form)
    with its billing documents affirming that all employees have been paid not less than the
    current “Federal Minimum Wage”.

9.16 Antitrust.
   The Contractor certifies that neither the Contractor nor any firm, corporation, partnership, or
   institution represented by Contractor, or anyone acting for such firm, corporation or
   institution has, (1) violated the antitrust laws of the State of Texas or of the United States; or
   (2) communicated directly or indirectly the proposal to any competitor or any other person
   engaged in such line of business during the procurement process for this Contract. The
   Contractor hereby assigns to the SPB any and all claims for overages associated with the
   Contract which arise under the antitrust laws of the State of Texas or of the United States.



                            X. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

10.01 Assignment and Subcontracts.
      (a) Contractor shall neither assign, transfer, nor delegate any rights, obligations, or
      duties under this Contract without the prior written consent of SPB.

       (b) Notwithstanding this provision, it is mutually understood and agreed that
       Contractor may subcontract with others for some or all of the services to be performed.
       SPB shall approve all subcontractors. Subcontractors providing service under this
       Contract shall meet the same requirements and level of experience as required of the
       Contractor. No subcontract under the Contract shall relieve Contractor of
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       responsibility for the service. If Contractor uses a subcontractor for any or all of the
       work required, the following conditions shall apply under the listed circumstances:
            (i) Contractors planning to subcontract all or a portion of the work to be
            performed under this Contract shall identify the proposed subcontractor on
            Exhibit B — HUB Subcontracting Plan, as further described in Section 10.02
            below.
            (ii) Subcontracting shall be at the Contractor’s expense.
            (iii) SPB retains the right to check any subcontractor’s background and make the
            determination to approve or reject the use of submitted subcontractors.
            (iv) Contractor shall be the only contact for SPB and subcontractors. Contractor
            shall list a designated point of contact for all SPB and subcontractor inquiries.

10.02 Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs). In accordance with State law, it is
     SPB’s policy to assist HUBs, whether minority or women-owned, whenever possible, to
     participate in providing goods and services to the agency. SPB encourages those parties
     with whom it contracts for the provision of goods and services to adhere to this same
     philosophy in selecting subcontractors to assist in fulfilling Contractor’s obligations
     with SPB. If Contractor subcontracts with others for some or all of the services to be
     performed under this Contract, Contractor shall comply with all HUB requirements
     pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 2161 and file with SPB a HUB
     Subcontracting Plan.

10.03 Federal, State & Local Requirements. Contractor shall demonstrate on-site
   compliance with the Federal Tax Reform Act of 1986, Section 1706, amending Section
   530 of the Revenue Act of 1978, dealing with issuance of Form W-2’s to common law
   employees. Contractor is responsible for both federal and State unemployment insurance
   coverage and standard Worker’s Compensation Insurance coverage. Contractor shall
   comply with all federal and State tax laws and withholding requirements. The State of
   Texas shall not be liable to Contractor or its employees for any unemployment or workers’
   compensation coverage, or federal or State withholding requirements. Contractor shall
   indemnify the State of Texas and shall pay all costs, penalties, or losses resulting from
   Contractor’s omission or breach of this Section.

10.04 Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Other Infringement Claims. Contractor shall
   indemnify, save and hold harmless the State of Texas from and against claims of patent,
   trademark, copyright, trade secret or other proprietary rights, violations or infringements
   arising from the State’s or Contractor’s use of or acquisition of any services or other items
   provided to the State of Texas by Contractor or otherwise to which the State of Texas has
   access as a result of Contractor’s performance under this Contract, provided that the State
   shall notify Contractor of any such claim within a reasonable time of the State’s receiving
   notice of any such claim. If Contractor is notified of any claim subject to this section,
   Contractor shall notify SPB of such claim within five (5) business days of such notice. No
   settlement of any such claim shall be made by Contractor without SPB’s prior written
   approval. Contractor shall reimburse the State of Texas for any claims, damages, losses,
   costs, expenses, judgments or any other amounts, including, but not limited to, attorneys’
   fees and court costs,, arising from any such claim. Contractor shall pay all reasonable
   costs of the State’s counsel and shall also pay costs of multiple counsel, if required to
   avoid conflicts of interest. Contractor represents that it has determined what licenses,
   patents and permits are required under this Contract and has acquired all such licenses,
   patents and permits.

10.05 Technology Access Clause.
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      (a) Effective September 1, 2006 state agencies and institutions of higher education shall
      procure products which comply with the State of Texas accessibility requirements for
      electronic and information resources specified in Title 1, Texas Administrative Code,
      Chapter 213, when such products are available in the commercial marketplace or when
      such products are developed in response to a procurement solicitation.

      (b) If applicable, Contractor shall provide the Texas Department of Information
      Resources (DIR) with the URL to its Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT)
      for reviewing compliance with the State of Texas accessibility requirements (based on
      the federal standards established under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act), or
      indicate that the product/service accessibility information is available from the General
      Services Administration “Buy Accessible Wizard” (http://www.buyaccessible.gov)
      Contractors not listed with the “Buy Accessible Wizard” or supplying a URL to their
      VPAT must provide DIR with a report that addresses the same accessibility criteria in
      substantively the same format. Additional information regarding the “Buy Accessible
      Wizard” or obtaining a copy of the VPAT is located at http://www.section508.gov/.

10.06 Relationship of the Parties. Contractor is associated with SPB only for the purposes
   and to the extent specified in this Contract, and with respect to performance of the
   contracted services pursuant to this Contract, Contractor is and shall be an independent
   contractor. Subject only to the terms of this Contract, Contractor shall have the sole right
   to supervise, manage, operate, control, and direct performance of the details incident to its
   duties under this Contract. Nothing contained in this Contract shall be deemed or
   construed to create a partnership or joint venture, to create relationships of an employer-
   employee or principal- agent, or to otherwise create any liability for SPB whatsoever with
   respect to the indebtedness, liabilities, and obligations of Contractor or any other party.
   Contractor shall be solely responsible for, and SPB shall have no obligation with respect
   to:
       (a) withholding of income taxes, RCA or any other taxes or fees;

      (b) industrial or workers compensation insurance coverage;

      (c) participation in any group insurance plans available to employees of the State of
      Texas;

      (d) participation or contributions by the State of Texas to the State Employees
          Retirement System;

      (e) accumulation of vacation leave or sick leave; or

      (f) unemployment compensation coverage provided by the State.

10.07 Compliance with Other Laws. In the execution of this Contract, Contractor shall,
   comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, including laws governing labor,
   equal employment opportunity, safety, and environmental protection. Contractor shall
   make itself familiar with and at all times shall observe and comply with all federal, state,
   and local laws, ordinances, and regulations which in any manner affect performance under
   this Contract.

10.08 Notices. Any notice required or permitted to be delivered under this Contract shall be
   deemed delivered when deposited in the United States mail, postage prepaid, certified

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   mail, return receipt requested, addressed to SPB or Contractor, as the case may be, at the
   address set forth below:

   For SPB: State Preservation Board
             P. O. Box 13286
             Austin, TX 78711-3286
             Attention: John Sneed, Executive Director
             Phone: (512) 463-5495
             Fax: (512) 475-3366

   For Contractor: Company Name _________________________
             Address ________________________
             Address ________________________
             Attention ____________
             Phone: _______________
             Fax: _______________

Notice given in any other manner shall be deemed effective only if and when received by the
party to be notified. Either party may change its address for notice by written notice to the
other party as herein provided.

10.09 Governing Law and Venue. This Contract and the rights and obligations of the parties
   hereto shall be governed by, and construed according to, the laws of the State of Texas,
   exclusive of conflicts of law provisions. Venue of any suit brought under this Contract
   shall be in a court of competent jurisdiction in Travis County, Texas. Contractor
   irrevocably waives any objection, including any objection to personal jurisdiction or
   proper venue or based on the grounds of forum non conveniens, which it may now or
   hereafter have to the filing of any action or proceeding in such jurisdiction in respect of
   this Contract or any document related hereto. Nothing in this section shall be construed
   as a waiver of sovereign immunity by SPB.

10.10 Severability. If any provision contained in this Contract is held to be unenforceable by
   a court of law or equity, this Contract shall be construed as if such provision did not exist
   and the non-enforceability of such provision shall not be held to render any other
   provision or provisions of this Contract unenforceable.

10.11 Proper Authority. The parties hereto represent and warrant that the person executing
   this Contract on behalf of each party has full power and authority to enter into this
   Contract. Contractor acknowledges Contract is effective for the period of time specified in
   the Contract. Any services performed by Contractor before this Contract is effective or
   after it ceases to be effective are performed at the sole risk of Contractor.

10.12 Force Majeure Any delays in or failure of performance by either party, except in
   respect of the obligation of payments under this Contract, shall not constitute default
   hereunder if and to the extent such delays or failure of performance are caused by
   occurrence(s) beyond the reasonable control of the party affected, and which by the
   exercise of due diligence such party is unable to prevent, herein called “Force Majeure”,
   including acts of God or the public enemy, sabotage, war, mobilization, revolution, civil
   unrest, riots, strikes, lockouts, fires, accidents breakdowns, or floods, earthquakes,
   hurricanes or any other natural disaster or governmental actions. In any such event, the
   party claiming Force Majeure shall promptly notify the other party of the Force Majeure
   event in writing and, if possible, such notice shall set forth the extent and duration thereof.
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    The party claiming Force Majeure shall exercise due diligence to prevent, eliminate, or
    overcome such Force Majeure event where it is possible to do so and resume performance
    at the earliest possible date. However, if non-performance continues for more than thirty
    (30) days, SPB may terminate this Contract immediately upon written notification to
    Contractor.

10.13 Labor Activity. If any strike, boycott, picketing, work stoppage, slowdown, or other
   labor activity is directed against the Contractor at SPB’s facility, which results in the
   curtailment or discontinuation of services performed herein, SPB shall have the right
   during said period to employ any means legally permissible to have the work performed.

10.14 Dispute Resolution. Any dispute arising under the contract is subject to Texas Government
   Code, Chapter 2260, and use of the dispute resolution process provided for in that chapter is required
   by law.

10.15 Counterparts. This Contract may be executed in any number of counterparts, each of
   which shall be an original, and each such counterpart shall together constitute but one and
   the same agreement.

10.16 No Waiver. Nothing in this Contract shall be construed as a waiver of sovereign
   immunity by the State of Texas. This Contract shall not constitute or be construed as a
   waiver of any of the privileges, rights, defenses, remedies, or immunities available to the
   State of Texas. The failure to enforce, or any delay in the enforcement, of any privileges,
   rights, defenses, remedies, or immunities available to the State of Texas under this
   Contract or under applicable law shall not constitute a waiver of such privileges, rights,
   defenses, remedies, or immunities or be considered as a basis for estoppel. SPB does not
   waive any privileges, rights, defenses, or immunities available to SPB by entering into this
   Contract or by its conduct prior to or subsequent to entering into this Contract.

10.17 False Statements, Breach of Representations. By signature to this Contract,
   Contractor makes all the representations, warranties, guarantees, certifications and
   affirmations included in this Contract. If Contractor signs this Contract with a false
   statement or it is subsequently determined that Contractor has violated any of the
   representations, warranties, guarantees, certifications or affirmations included in this
   Contract, Contractor shall be in default under this Contract, and SPB may terminate or
   void this Contract for cause and pursue other remedies available to SPB under this
   Contract and applicable law.

10.18. Entire Contract & Modification. This Contract and its integrated attachment(s)
   constitute the entire agreement of the parties and such are intended as a complete and
   exclusive statement of the promises, representations, negotiations, discussions, and other
   agreements that may have been made in connection with the subject matter hereof. Unless
   an integrated attachment to this Contract specifically displays a mutual intent to amend a
   particular part of this Contract, general conflicts in language between any such attachment
   and this Contract shall be construed consistently with the terms of this Contract. Unless
   otherwise expressly authorized by the terms of this Contract, no modification, renewal,
   extension or amendment to this Contract shall be binding upon the parties unless the same
   is in writing and signed by the respective parties hereto.

10.19 Order of Precedence. In the event of conflicts or inconsistencies between this contract and its
   exhibits or attachments, such conflicts or inconsistencies shall be resolved by reference to the

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   documents in the following order of priority: Signed Contract, Attachments to the Contract, Request
   for Proposals, and Respondent’s Response to Request for Proposals.




STATE PRESERVATION BOARD                               CONTRACTOR



______________________________                       ______________________________
John Sneed                                           Authorized   Representative
Executive Director                                  Title_________________________

Date of Execution: ______________                      Date of Execution:_______________




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        EXHIBIT B
HUB SUBCONTRACTING PLAN
                              HUB SUBCONTRACTING PLAN (HSP)
In accordance with Gov’t Code §2161.252, the contracting agency has determined that subcontracting opportunities are probable under this contract. Therefore,
respondents, including State of Texas certified Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUBs), must complete and submit a State of Texas HUB Subcontracting Plan (HSP)
with their solicitation response.

       NOTE: Responses that do not include a completed HSP shall be rejected pursuant to Gov’t Code §2161.252(b).
The HUB Program promotes equal business opportunities for economically disadvantaged persons to contract with the State of Texas in accordance with the goals
specified in the State of Texas Disparity Study. The HUB goals defined in 34 TAC §20.13 are: 11.9 percent for heavy construction other than building contracts, 26.1
percent for all building construction, including general contractors and operative builders contracts, 57.2 percent for all special trade construction contracts,
20 percent for professional services contracts, 33 percent for all other services contracts, and 12.6 percent for commodities contracts.

                                            - - Agency Special Instructions/Additional Requirements - -




 SECTION 1           - RESPONDENT AND SOLICITATION INFORMATION
  a.    Respondent (Company) Name:                                                                                    State of Texas VID #:

        Point of Contact:                                                                                             Phone #:

  b.    Is your company a State of Texas certified HUB?        - Yes      - No

  c.    Solicitation #:

 SECTION 2           - SUBCONTRACTING INTENTIONS
After having divided the contract work into reasonable lots or portions to the extent consistent with prudent industry practices, the respondent must determine what
portion(s) of work, including goods or services, will be subcontracted. Note: In accordance with 34 TAC §20.12., a “Subcontractor” means a person who contracts with a
vendor to work, to supply commodities, or contribute toward completing work for a governmental entity. Check the appropriate box that identifies your subcontracting
intentions:
                  - Yes, I will be subcontracting portion(s) of the contract.
                    (If Yes, in the spaces provided below, list the portions of work you will be subcontracting, and go to page 2.)

                  - No, I will not be subcontracting any portion of the contract, and will be fulfilling the entire contract with my own resources.
                    (If No, complete SECTION 9 and 10.)
 Line Item # - Subcontracting Opportunity Description                               Line Item # - Subcontracting Opportunity Description
( #1) -                                                                            (#11) -
( #2) -                                                                            (#12) -
( #3) -                                                                            (#13) -
( #4) -                                                                            (#14) -
( #5) -                                                                            (#15) -
( #6) -                                                                            (#16) -
( #7) -                                                                            (#17) -
( #8) -                                                                            (#18) -
( #9) -                                                                            (#19) -
(#10) -                                                                            (#20) -
 *If you have more than twenty subcontracting opportunities, a continuation page is available at http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/prog/hub/hub-
 forms/HUBSubcontractingPlanContinuationPage1.doc
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 Enter your company’s name here:                                                                                               Solicitation #:
IMPORTANT: You must complete a copy of this page for each of the subcontracting opportunities you listed in SECTION 2. You may photocopy this page or
download copies at http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/prog/hub/hub-forms/HUBSubcontractingPlanContinuationPage2.doc.

 SECTION 3        - SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY
 Enter the line item number and description of the subcontracting opportunity you listed in SECTION 2.
 Line Item #               Description:

 SECTION 4        - MENTOR-PROTÉGÉ PROGRAM
 If respondent is participating as a Mentor in a State of Texas Mentor Protégé Program, submitting their Protégé (Protégé must be a State of Texas certified HUB) as a
 subcontractor to perform the portion of work (subcontracting opportunity) listed in SECTION 3, constitutes a good faith effort towards that specific portion of work. Will
 you be subcontracting the portion of work listed in SECTION 3 to your Protégé?
        - Yes (If Yes, complete SECTION 8 and 10.)            - No / Not Applicable (If No or Not Applicable, go to SECTION 5.)

 SECTION 5        - PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACTS ONLY
                    This section applies to Professional Services Contracts only. All other contracts go to SECTION 6.
 Does your HSP contain subcontracting of 20% or more with HUB(s)?
      - Yes (If Yes, complete SECTION 8 and 10.)           - No / Not Applicable (If No or Not Applicable, go to SECTION 6.)
 In accordance with Gov’t Code §2254.004, “Professional Services" means services: (A) within the scope of the practice, as defined by state law of accounting; architecture;
 landscape architecture; land surveying; medicine; optometry; professional engineering; real estate appraising; or professional nursing; or (B) provided in connection with the
 professional employment or practice of a person who is licensed or registered as a certified public accountant; an architect; a landscape architect; a land surveyor; a physician,
 including a surgeon; an optometrist; a professional engineer; a state certified or state licensed real estate appraiser; or a registered nurse.

 SECTION 6        - NOTIFICATION OF SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY
                    Complying with a, b and c of this section constitutes Good Faith Effort towards the portion of work listed in SECTION 3. After performing
                    the requirements of this section, complete SECTION 7, 8 and 10.
 a. Provide written notification of the subcontracting opportunity listed in SECTION 3 to three (3) or more HUBs. Use the State of Texas’ Centralized Master Bidders
    List (CMBL), found at http://www2.cpa.state.tx.us/cmbl/cmblhub.html, and its HUB Directory, found at http://www2.cpa.state.tx.us/cmbl/hubonly.html, to
    identify available HUBs. Note: Attach supporting documentation (letters, phone logs, fax transmittals, electronic mail, etc.) demonstrating evidence of the
    good faith effort performed.
 b. Provide written notification of the subcontracting opportunity listed in SECTION 3 to a minority or women trade organization or development center to assist in
    identifying potential HUBs by disseminating the subcontracting opportunity to their members/participants. A list of trade organizations and development centers may
    be accessed at http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/prog/hub/mwb-links-1/. Note: Attach supporting documentation (letters, phone logs, fax
    transmittals, electronic mail, etc.) demonstrating evidence of the good faith effort performed.
 c. Written notifications should include the scope of the work, information regarding the location to review plans and specifications, bonding and insurance requirements,
    required qualifications, and identify a contact person. Unless the contracting agency has specified a different time period, you must allow the HUBs no less than five
    (5) working days from their receipt of notice to respond, and provide notice of your subcontracting opportunity to a minority or women trade organization or
    development center no less than five (5) working days prior to the submission of your response to the contracting agency.

 SECTION 7        - HUB FIRMS CONTACTED FOR SUBCONTRACTING OPPORTUNITY
 List three (3) State of Texas certified HUBs you notified regarding the portion of work (subcontracting opportunity) listed in SECTION 3. Specify the vendor ID number,
 date you provided notice, and if you received a response. Note: Attach supporting documentation (letters, phone logs, fax transmittals, electronic mail, etc.)
 demonstrating evidence of the good faith effort performed.
                               Company Name                                              VID #                      Notice Date             Was Response Received?
                                                                                                                          (mm/dd/yyyy)

                                                                                                                           /       /                       - Yes           - No
                                                                                                                           /       /                       - Yes           - No
                                                                                                                           /       /                       - Yes           - No

 SECTION 8        - SUBCONTRACTOR SELECTION
 List the subcontractor(s) you selected to perform the portion of work (subcontracting opportunity) listed in SECTION 3. Also, specify the expected percentage of work to
 be subcontracted, the approximate dollar value of the work to be subcontracted, and indicate if the company is a Texas certified HUB.
                                                                                                               Expected %         Approximate               Texas
                               Company Name                                             VID #                  of Contract       Dollar Amount          Certified HUB?
                                                                                                                         %                  $                      - Yes      - No*
                                                                                                                         %                  $                      - Yes      - No*

*If the subcontractor(s) you selected is not a Texas certified HUB, provide written justification of your selection process below:



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Enter your company’s name here:                                                                                          Solicitation #:


SECTION 9        - SELF PERFORMANCE JUSTIFICATION
                   (If you responded “No” to SECTION 2, you must complete SECTION 9 and 10.)
 Does your response/proposal contain an explanation demonstrating how your company will fulfill the entire contract with its own resources?

         - Yes   If Yes, in the space provided below, list the specific page/section of your proposal which identifies how your company will perform the entire contract
                 with its own equipment, supplies, materials and/or employees.

         - No    If No, in the space provided below, explain how your company will perform the entire contract with its own equipment, supplies, materials,
                 and/or employees.




SECTION 10 - AFFIRMATION
As evidenced by my signature below, I affirm that I am an authorized representative of the respondent listed in SECTION 1, and that the information and supporting
documentation submitted with the HSP are true and correct. Respondent understands and agrees that, if awarded any portion of the solicitation:
          The respondent must submit monthly compliance reports (Prime Contractor Progress Assessment Report – PAR) to the contracting agency, verifying their
           compliance with the HSP, including the use/expenditures they have made to subcontractors.                        (The PAR is available at
           http://www.window.state.tx.us/procurement/prog/hub/hub-forms/progressassessmentrpt.xls).
          The respondent must seek approval from the contracting agency prior to making any modifications to their HSP. If the HSP is modified without the contracting
           agency’s prior approval, respondent may be subject to debarment pursuant to Gov’t Code §2161.253(d).
          The respondent must, upon request, allow the contracting agency to perform on-site reviews of the company’s headquarters and/or work-site where services
           are to be performed and must provide documents regarding staff and other resources.




____________________________________                    _________________________________                    ___________________               ___________________
                 Signature                                              Printed Name                                     Title                             Date

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        EXHIBIT C

EXECUTION OF PROPOSAL FORM
                                    EXECUTION OF PROPOSAL

Note: This exhibit must be signed and returned with the respondent's proposal. Proposals that do
not include this exhibit will not be considered. Proposals shall be void if false statements are
contained in this exhibit.

By signature hereon, Respondent certifies that:
All statements and information prepared and submitted in the response to this RFP are current, complete,
and accurate.

Respondent has not given, offered to give, nor intends to give at anytime hereafter, any economic
opportunity, future employment, gift, loan, gratuity, special discount, trip favor, or service to a public
servant in connection with the submitted response.

Neither Respondent nor the firm, corporation, partnership, or institution represented by Respondent or
anyone acting for such firm, corporation, or institution has (1) violated the antitrust laws of the State of
Texas under Texas Business & Commerce Code, Chapter 15, or the federal antitrust laws; or (2)
communicated the contents of this Proposal either directly or indirectly to any competitor or any other
person engaged in the same line of business during the procurement process for this RFP.

When a Texas business address shown hereon that address is, in fact, the legal business address of
Respondent and Respondent qualifies as a Texas Bidder under 34 TAC 20.32 (68).

Under Texas Government Code §2155.004, no person who prepared the specifications or this RFP has
any financial interest in Respondent's Offer. If Respondent is not eligible, then any contract resulting
from this RFP shall be immediately terminated. Furthermore, "under Section 2155.004, Government
Code, the Respondent certifies that the individual or business entity named in this bid or contract is not
ineligible to receive the specified contract and acknowledges that this contract may be terminated and
payment withheld if this certification is inaccurate."

Under Family Code §231.006, relating to child support obligations, Respondent and any other individual
or business entity named in this solicitation are eligible to receive the specified payment and acknowledge
that this contract may be terminated and payment withheld if this certification is inaccurate.

Under Government Code §669.003, relating to contracting with an executive of a state agency,
Respondent represents that no person who, in the past four years, served as an executive of the SPB or
any other state agency, was involved with or has any interest in this Offer or any contract resulting from
this RFP. If Respondent employs or has used the services of a former executive head of the SPB or other
state agency, then Respondent shall provide the following information: Name of former executive, name
of state agency, date of separation from state agency, position from Respondent, and date of employment
with Respondent.

Respondent agrees that any payments due under this contract will be applied towards any debt, including
but not limited to delinquent taxes and child support that is owed to the State of Texas.

The SPB is federally mandated to adhere to the directions provided in the President's Executive Order
(EO) 13224, Executive Order on Terrorist Financing - Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions
With Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism, effective 9/24/2001 and any
subsequent changes made to it via cross-referencing respondents/vendors with the Federal General
Services Administration's Excluded Parties List System (EPLS), http://www.epls.gov, which is inclusive
of the United States Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Specially Designated National
(SDN) list.
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Respondent certifies that the responding entity and its principals are eligible to participate in this
transaction and have not been subjected to suspension, debarment, or similar ineligibility determined by
any federal, state or local governmental entity and that Respondent is in compliance with the State of
Texas statutes and rules relating to procurement and that Respondent is not listed on the federal
government's terrorism watch list as described in Executive Order 13224. Entities ineligible for federal
procurement are listed at http://www.epls.gov.

Under Section 2155.006 (b) of the Texas Government Code, a state agency may not accept a bid or award
a contract, including a contract for which purchasing authority is delegated to a state agency, that includes
proposed financial participation by a person who, during the five-year period preceding the date of the bid
or award, has been: (1) convicted of violating a federal law in connection with a contract awarded by the
federal government for relief, recovery, or reconstruction efforts as a result of Hurricane Rita, as defined
by Section 39.459, Utilities Code, Hurricane Katrina, or any other disaster occurring after September 24,
2005; or (2) 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, as defined by Section 39.459, Utilities Code, Hurricane Katrina, or any other disaster
occurring after September 24, 2005. Under Section 2155.006 of the Texas Government Code, the bidder
certifies that the individual or business entity named in this bid is not ineligible to receive the specified
contract and acknowledges that nay contract resulting from this RFP may be terminated and payment
withheld if this certification is inaccurate.

Pursuant to Section 2262.003 of the Texas Government Code, the state auditor may conduct an audit or
investigation of the Respondent or any other entity or person receiving funds from the state directly under
this contract or indirectly through a subcontract under this contract. The acceptance of funds by the
Respondent or any other entity or person directly under this contract or indirectly through a subcontract
under this contract acts as acceptance of the authority of the state auditor, under the direction of the
legislative audit committee, to conduct an audit or investigation in connection with those funds. Under
the direction of the legislative audit committee, the Respondent or other entity that is the subject of an
audit or investigation by the state auditor must provide the state auditor with access to any information the
state auditor considers relevant to the investigation or audit. Respondent will ensure that this clause
concerning the authority to audit funds received indirectly by subcontractors through the vendor and the
requirement to cooperate is included in any subcontract it awards.

Respondent represents and warrants that the individual signing this Execution of Offer is authorized to
sign this document on behalf of Respondent and to bind Respondent under any contract resulting from
this Offer.

Respondent (firm name): __________________________________________________________

Signature (in ink): _______________________________________________________________

Name (typed/printed): ___________________________________________________________

Title: ___________________________________________Date: _________________________

Street/City/State/Zip: ______________________________________________________________

Telephone: __________________________________ Fax: ______________________________

Texas Identification Number (TIN) or Federal Employer Identification Number:____________________


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      EXHIBIT D

COMPENSATION AND FEES
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                           EXHIBIT D - COMPENSATION AND FEES

1.    If square footage is added/removed from the contract, pricing for such increase/decrease shall be
     adjusted, based upon a calculated average cost per square foot of the contract cost for that building.
     Determination of cleanable square footages shall be done via current space audits using the SPB's
     CAD drawings.
2.   Respondents must include pricing for all buildings listed in this RFP. The SPB intends to award one
     contract for all properties and services included in this solicitation.
3.   Legislative Session vs, Non-Legislative Session Cost - Include monthly costs for non-legislative
     session tasks and frequencies and Legislative Session task and frequencies for the Capitol and Capitol
     Extension.
4.   The Capitol Visitors Center has only one scope/task frequency list. Include only one monthly cost for
     this building.
5.   The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum has two scopes/frequencies - Peak Tour Season and
     Non-Peak Tour Season. Peak Tour Season is the months of April, May, October, November and
     December. Non-Peak Tour Season is January, February, March, June, July, August, and September.
     Include a monthly cost for each of these scopes.

     A. Monthly Cost Per Building
      Building           Cleanable                 Monthly Cost                Total Monthly Cost/SqFt
                           SqFt
Texas Capitol          205,825           Non-Legislative Session Scope:
(Non-Legislative
Session)                                 $_____________________
Texas Capitol          205,825           Legislative Session Scope:
(Legislative
Session)                                 $_____________________
Texas Capitol          266,317           Non-Legislative Session Scope:
Extension
(Non-Legislative
Session)                                 $_____________________
Texas Capitol          270,268           Legislative Session Scope:
Extension
(Legislative
Session)                                 $_____________________
Capitol Visitors       10,917            One Scope only:
Center
                                         $_____________________
Bob Bullock Texas      69,831            Non-Peak Tour Season Scope
State History
Museum                                   $ _____________________
Bob Bullock Texas      69,831            Peak Tour Season Scope
State History
Museum                                   $ _____________________

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    B. Per Hour Cost for General Housekeeping Personnel

SPB may require that Contractor provide general housekeeping personnel for special projects during peak
periods and for special events. Provide a per hour unit cost for general housekeeping assistance.


Per Hour Unit Rate for general housekeeping personnel: $_______________


    C. Per Square Foot Cost for Floor Services

SPB may require that Contractor provide additional floor care services based on usage of the buildings.
Provide a per square foot unit cost for nylon carpet extraction, carpet vacuuming and for hard surface
floor care services.


Per Square Foot Unit Rate for carpet (nylon) extraction: $_______________

Per Square Foot Unit Rate for carpet vacuuming: $_______________

Per Square Foot Unit Rate for hard surface floor care services: $_______________
(Including sweeping, mopping and buffing only)

Per Square Foot Unit Rate for hard surface floor care services: $_______________
(Including scrubbing or stripping and recoating)



    D. Housekeeping Supply Cost

Per Exhibit H, Custodial Supply List, Respondent shall provide a cost for the purchase of custodial
supplies at the quantities listed. Contractor will warehouse the supplies (if purchased by SPB in bulk for
one or two year period), deliver custodial supplies to the designated SPB property loading docks on an as-
needed basis at the direction of the Contract Administrator. Cost listed must include delivery to SPB
loading docks. SPB reserves the right to purchase housekeeping supplies from other vendors if it is
determined that the bulk supply cost proposed in this RFP does not represent a significant discount.

Option 1: Provide unit pricing for each item if entire two year quantity is purchased at the beginning of
          the contract period.

Option 2: Provide unit pricing for each item if one year's quantity is purchased at the beginning of the
          contract period and second year's quantity is purchased at the beginning of the second year of
          the contract.

Option 3: Provide unit pricing for each item if purchased on a monthly basis. Include an attachment
          showing any price increases on a percentage basis for the duration of the two-year contract.




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                                                 Housekeeping Supply Cost
                                             Quantity                 Option 1             Option 2                  Option 3
Item                                     (For 2 year period)         Cost per Case        Cost per Case             Cost per Case

  1. Enmotion Towel                          602 cases         $___________          Year 1:$______________    $____________
     Georgia Pacific 89460 High
     Capacity Roll Towel                                                             Year 2:$______________
     10" x 800', 6 rolls per case
     Recycled Product

  2. Envision Tissue                         968 cases         $___________          Year 1:$______________    $____________
     GP 19880-01 2-Ply, embossed white
     550 sheets/80 rolls per case                                                    Year 2: $_____________     $_____________
     Recycled Product

  3. Multifold Towel                          575 cases        $___________          Year 1:$___________       $____________
     GP 20204 Acclaim white
     9.25" x 9.5"                                                                    Year 2: $_____________    $______________
     4000/cs, 16 pkgs per case
     250 towels per pkgs
     Recycled Product

  4. Multifold Towel                          926 cases        $____________         Year 1: $_____________    $____________
     Scott #018004
     9.25" x 9.4"
     200 per pack/20 packs per case                                                   Year 2: $_____________
     Recycled Product

  5. Envision Towel                            35 cases         $____________         Year 1 :$____________    $______________
     Georgia Pacific Hardwound
     roll towel/EPA compliant/                                                        Year 2:$____________     $______________
     12 rolls per case/7.875" x 350'
     Recycled Product


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                                              Quantity             Option 1          Option 2                        Option 3
Item                                     (For 2 year period)     Cost per Case     Cost per Case                   Cost per Case

  6. 13" x 4" x 17" black trash liner           5 cases         $___________      Year 1:$______________     $____________
     6 microns
     2000 per case                                                                Year 2:$______________
     Recycled Product

  7. 15" x 9" x 33" black trash liner          74 cases         $___________      Year 1: $______________    $____________
     6 microns
     1000 per case/coreless rolls                                                 Year 2:$______________
     Recycled Product

  8. 19" x 14" x 40" black trash liner        338 cases         $___________       Year 1:$______________     $____________
     16 microns
     250 per case/10 rolls per case                                               Year 2:$______________
     Recycled Product

  9. 23" x 17" x 46" black trash liner        402 cases        $___________        Year 1:$____________       $______________
     0.9 mil.
     100 per case/5 rolls per case                                                 Year 2:$____________
     Recycled Product

  10. #77 Waxed Paper Liners                    26 cases       $___________        Year 1 :$____________      $______________
      Rochester-Midland, #25088
      7.5" X 10" X 3"                                                              Year 2: $___________
      500 per case

  11. Handsoap, Kimberly Clark                164 cases          $___________      Year 1:$____________       $______________
      800 ml
      12 er case                                                                   Year 2:$____________


 12. Seat Covers                                8 cases          $_____________    Year 1:$____________        $______________
     HG -5000, Health Guards
     1/2 fold; 5000 per case                                                        Year 2:$____________


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                                        Quantity                 Option 1            Option 2                   Option 3
Item                                  (For 2 year period)       Cost per Case       Cost per Case           Cost per Case


  13. Gards Maxi Pads #4                     2 cases        $_____________      Year 1:$____________       $______________
      250 per case
                                                                                Year 2:$____________


  14. Playtex Tampons, Gentle Glide          1 case         $_____________ Year     1$_____________        $______________
      500 per case




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   E. Percentage Increase

Contractor may request an overall increase in this Contract for each renewal period. The
increase may not exceed 5% cumulative, with the original Exhibit D — Compensation and
Fees of this Contract being used as the base figure. Escalators are subject to availability of
funds and approval by SPB.


Proposed Increase for 9/1/13 - 8/31/15 Contract Period: _________%


Proposed Increase for 9/1/15 - 8/31/17 Contract Period: _________%




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           EXHIBIT E

CONTRACTOR'S QUALIFICATIONS FORM
                                                                                    RFP: Custodial Services
                                                                                   State Preservation Board
                                                                                   Issue Date: May 2, 2011


              EXHIBIT E - CONTRACTOR'S QUALIFICATIONS FORM

1.   QUALIFICATIONS/REFERENCES: Contractor shall submit three (3) references for which the contractor
     has provided services of similar size, scope and complexity within the last three (3) years. Additional
     information may be submitted/attached at respondent's discretion to provide a detailed synopsis of
     qualifications and experience of similar/relevant scope.

     A.   Client____________________________________________________________________________
          Point of Contact ____________________________________________________________________
          Telephone _____________________________ Email: _____________________________________
          Building Name _____________________________________________________________________
          Building Address ___________________________________________________________________
                          ___________________________________________________________________
          Dates of Contract ____________________________________
          Commercial Office Building (Y/N) ______ M-F Service (Y/N) _____ Evening Cleaning (Y/N)_____
          Description of Scope of Work __________________________________________________________
          __________________________________________________________________________________
          __________________________________________________________________________________
          __________________________________________________________________________________


     B. Client____________________________________________________________________________
          Point of Contact ____________________________________________________________________
          Telephone _____________________________ Email: _____________________________________
          Building Name _____________________________________________________________________
          Building Address ___________________________________________________________________
                          ___________________________________________________________________
          Dates of Contract ____________________________________
          Commercial Office Building (Y/N) ______ M-F Service (Y/N) _____ Evening Cleaning (Y/N)_____
          Description of Scope of Work __________________________________________________________
          __________________________________________________________________________________
          __________________________________________________________________________________
          __________________________________________________________________________________


     C. Client____________________________________________________________________________
          Point of Contact ____________________________________________________________________
          Telephone _____________________________ Email: _____________________________________
          Building Name _____________________________________________________________________
          Building Address ___________________________________________________________________
                          ___________________________________________________________________
          Dates of Contract ____________________________________

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         Commercial Office Building (Y/N) ______ M-F Service (Y/N) _____ Evening Cleaning (Y/N)_____
         Description of Scope of Work __________________________________________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________


2.   ADDITIONAL COMPANY INFORMATION
     A. Number of years in business _____________________________
     B. Physical office presence in Austin area (Y/N) _______________
         1.   office address ___________________________________________________________________
     C. Current number of permanent, full-time employees ___________
     D. Current number of permanent, part-time employees ___________
     E. Current total number of employees ________________
     F. Geographic limits of operations ________________________________________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________


     G. List any industry certifications/qualifications/formal training programs that your management staff or
         team leaders (who will be servicing this account) have been certified in:_________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________
         __________________________________________________________________________________




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3. PRESENT      CONTRACTS
A.    Company Name: _________________________________________________________________


      Location: _______________________________________________________________________


      Contact/Contact Telephone #: ______________________________________________________


B.    Company Name: _________________________________________________________________


      Location: _______________________________________________________________________


      Contact/Contact Telephone #: ______________________________________________________


C.    Company Name: ________________________________________________________________


      Location: _______________________________________________________________________


      Contact/Contact Telephone #: ______________________________________________________


D.    Company Name: _________________________________________________________________


      Location: ______________________________________________________________________


      Contact/Contact Telephone #: ______________________________________________________


E.    Company Name: _________________________________________________________________


      Location: _______________________________________________________________________


      Contact/Contact Telephone #: ______________________________________________________


F.   Company Name: _________________________________________________________________


      Location: _______________________________________________________________________


      Contact/Contact Telephone #: ______________________________________________________


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1.   SCORING CRITERIA
     Respondents will be evaluated on their qualifications and experience based upon the above (and any
     additional/attached) information according to the following process:

     1) Determination of experience with similar SCOPE/SERVICE. SPB will only consider
        references/experience in facilities primarily listed as "office buildings" as suitable comparisons for
        evaluation. Banks, airports, arenas, commercial retail space, or other similar facilities will not be
        considered as suitable facilities for comparisons. Hospitals and public schools, while differing widely
        in overall scope, will be considered as suitable comparisons, as they have required/mandated cleaning
        requirements and formal professionally recognized levels of cleanliness requirements.
        a. SPB will first determine whether respondent has submitted relevant references according to
             similar SCOPE. If respondent has not submitted all references that are of similar scope, only
             those references that do meet these requirements will be considered. If respondent fails to submit
             any references that meet requirements for relevant scope, the respondent's submission will be
             disqualified from further consideration.
     2) Determination of experience with similar SCALE. Similar scale is considered to be within 25% of
        size of the SPB properties listed in this RFP.
     3) Determination of experience with similar contract TENURE. SPB will only consider
        references/experience in facilities/accounts that are for services that are delivered on a daily basis (M-
        F); are recent (within the last three years); and were for a minimum contract duration of at least one
        year.




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      EXHIBIT F
SERVICE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                         RFP: Custodial Services
                                                                                        State Preservation Board
                                                                                        Issue Date: May 2, 2011


                                             EXHIBIT F
                                       SERVICE REQUIREMENTS

  I. Buildings Included
      A. This RFP includes evening janitorial services for the following buildings:
           (1)     Texas Capitol
           (2)     Texas Capitol Extension
           (3)     Capitol Visitors Center
           (4)     Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

 II.   Service Period
        A. Contractor shall perform general housekeeping services in the Capitol, Capitol Extension and
            Capitol Visitors Center five (5) days per week, Monday - Friday, except on holidays when the
            buildings are closed (Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day, Easter Sunday).
            During portions of the Legislative Session (January - May, 2013) or any called Special
            Legislative Session, some general housekeeping services may be required seven (7) days per
            week. This may include that on designated weekends during the Legislative Session period,
            Contractor will be responsible for inspecting each office, committee and conference room in the
            Capitol and Capitol Extension to remove trash and perform full cleaning services if necessary.
            Respondent will include a per hour unit rate for general housekeeping personnel and this will be
            billed in addition to the contract cost if this additional service is requested.

            Contractor shall perform hard surface floor care services in the Capitol, Capitol Extension, and
            Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum seven (7) days per week, except on holidays when the
            buildings are closed (Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Years Day, and Easter Sunday).
            Hard surface floor care services will be performed in the Capitol Visitors Center five (5) days per
            week, Monday - Friday, except on the above listed holiday closings. The specific tasks per floor
            will vary from Legislative Session and Non-Legislative Session periods in the Capitol and
            Capitol Extension. Specific tasks per floor will also vary in Bob Bullock Texas State History
            Museum during peak tour season and non-peak tour season. Please see Attachment G, Task
            Schedules for floor task schedules.

       B.   Hours of Performance: General housekeeping work shall be performed after regular business
            hours. The hours of performance will typically be 6:00 PM to 2:00 AM. For hard surface care
            services, the hours of performance will typically be 10:00 PM to 6:00 AM. The SPB reserves the
            right to modify the schedule for the Capitol and Capitol Extension during the Legislative Session
            (mid-January - May 2013) or any called Special Legislative Session.

III.   Scope of Work
       See Attachment G, Task Schedules, for additional information concerning frequency of tasks for
       Floor Care for the Capitol, Capitol Extension, Capitol Visitors Center and Bob Bullock Texas
       State History Museum.

       A.   Hard Surface Floor Care for Capitol, Capitol Extension, and Capitol Visitors Center
            (1) Maintain hard floors (terrazzo, VCT, stonework, limestone, hardwood, ceramic tile, sealed
                concrete, granite) in all areas to a keep clean and highly shined appearance following the
                highest industry standards with products approved by the SPB.

                 a.    Terrazzo Floors: Floors should be dust mopped, wet mopped, buffed, stripped and
                       waxed to maintain a clean and highly shined appearance as shown in Attachment G,
                       Task Schedules.
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          b.      Encaustic Tile Flooring: Floors should be swept, dry mopped, and wet mopped to
                  maintain a clean and highly shined appearance as shown in Attachment G, Task
                  Schedules.
          c.      Interior stonework flooring (granite, limestone, marble): In addition to daily cleaning,
                  flooring is to be cleaned with an appropriate stone cleaner as shown in Attachment G,
                  Task Schedules.
          d.      VCT flooring: In addition to daily cleaning, burnish floor, followed by damp mop
                  cleaning; dry buff clean-swept floor with polishing machine; strip and apply up to
                  three (3) thin coats of wax as necessary and as shown in Attachment G, Task
                  Schedules.
          e.      Restroom Floor Cleaning Schedule: Machine scrub ceramic tile floors to keep grout
                  cleaned as shown in Attachment G, Task Schedules.
          f.      Stairways - Sweep and wet mop main stairways daily; sweep and mop utility
                  stairways weekly.
          g.      Capitol Extension Loading dock - Sweep and spot clean daily, scrub monthly.
          h.      Contractor is responsible for removing dust and water splash from wood finishes and
                  furnishings caused by floor equipment on an as needed basis to prevent build up and
                  stains.

B. Hard Surface Floor Care for the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
   (1)     Maintain hard floors (terrazzo, resilient, stonework, ceramic tile) in all areas to a keep
           clean and highly shined appearance following the highest industry standards with
           products approved by the SPB and as shown in Attachment G, Task Schedules.

          a, Terrazzo Floors: Floors should be dust mopped, wet mopped, buffed, stripped and waxed
             to maintain a clean and highly shined appearance.
          b. Interior stonework flooring (granite): In addition to daily cleaning, flooring is to be
             cleaned with an appropriate stone cleaner monthly.
          c. Restroom Cleaning Schedule: Machine scrub ceramic tile floors weekly.
          d. Stairways - Sweep and wet mop main stairways daily.
          e. Contractor is responsible for removing dust and water splash from wood finishes and
             furnishings caused by floor equipment on an as needed basis to prevent build up and
             stains.

C. Carpeted Surfaces in the Capitol and Capitol Extension
   (1)     Carpet in offices will be extracted annually (twice annually during Legislative Session
           periods)
   (2)     Corridors - Capitol Extension Corridors E1.200, E1.800, and E1.900 will be extracted
           monthly. All other corridor carpet will be extracted three times per year.

D. General Janitorial - Capitol, Capitol Extension and Capitol Visitors Center
   Note: There are no general janitorial duties for the Bob Bullock Texas State History
   Museum. Museum duties include only the hard floor surface maintenance listed above in B.

    (1)        General Cleaning Schedule - The following services will be performed in the public
               areas, offices and meeting spaces of the Capitol, Capitol Extension (including the Capitol
               Extension Elevator pavilions from Level G to Level P2, and the Open Air Rotunda), and
               Capitol Visitors Center at the frequencies noted, as a minimum. NOTE: Contractor is
               responsible for cleaning surfaces up to ten (10) feet.

               a. Daily Tasks

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           1. Empty all wastebaskets and return them to their proper places, and deliver trash to
              pick-up area; empty recyclable containers, maintaining separation of categories and
              deliver to area designated by the SPB. Offices will have multiple wastebaskets and
              recyclable containers. SPB facilities do not use central collection points/miniMAX
              system utilized in other State of Texas government offices.
           2. Replace plastic wastebasket liners when wet, torn, dirty or malodorous. Contractor
              is responsible for providing all plastic liners.
           3. Spot clean around wall switches in all offices and lobbies.
           4. Clean, disinfect, and polish drinking fountains, removing all residue from top,
              mouthpiece and front of fountain (60 drinking fountains total).
           5. Sweep and remove all trash around all interior building entrances including
              cleaning of doors and door glass.
           6. Elevators: Eighteen (18) - Clean cab, doors, frames, door tracks, vacuum carpets,
              sweep/mop floors.
           7. All doors (office and conference rooms) must be returned to their original locked or
              unlocked status after cleaning; office lights must be turned off.
           8. Spot clean office and conference room walls, glass, countertops, and cabinets.

        b. Three Times Weekly Tasks
           Vacuum all carpets in Capitol Extension E1.200, E1.800 and E1.900 corridors and in
           the Capitol Extension Gift Shop (three times weekly during non-legislative session
           periods; daily during legislative session periods).

        c. Two Times Weekly Tasks (two times weekly during non-legislative session periods;
           daily during legislative session periods)
           Vacuum all carpets and carpet mats in offices and corridors not listed above in three
           times per week tasks. Offices must be vacuumed with a spacing of a minimum of two
           working days.

4. Weekly
a.    Dust conference room furniture and fixtures; clean glass surfaces.
b.    Damp clean all miscellaneous specialties (Example: Capitol Visitors Center iron stair
      railings; office marble and wooden window sills; interior office decorative columns).
c.    Dust handrails and stair moldings.
d.    Dust ledges around the Capitol rotunda
e.    Dust all areas below 10 feet in offices including bookcases, desks and other furniture
      (two times weekly during the Legislative Session)
f.    Vacuum all carpets in Capitol and Capitol Extension Hearing and Conference Rooms
      (This task is daily during Legislative Session)
g.    Spot clean glass and wood partitions, glass doors, walls in halls, corridors and
      passageways (This task is three times per week during the Legislative Session - on
      Monday, Wednesday and Friday).

5. Monthly
a..   Dust wooden shutters and mini-blinds.
b.    Brush down all wall, ceiling, and floor vents.
c.    Clean interior glass partitions.
d.    Dust wood partition systems in offices.
e.    Dust door tops, top of partitions and high ledges, and baseboards.
f.    Remove cobwebs and other residue from primary and secondary entrances to the
      buildings.

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    g.      Wipe clean with a damp cloth all custom steel doors and frames (Capitol Visitors
            Center).
    i.      Vacuum high traffic carpeted corridors with pile lifter vacuum

D. Restroom Cleaning Schedule
The following services will be performed in the public and private restrooms of the Capitol, Capitol
Extension, and Capitol Visitors Center at the frequencies noted, as a minimum. There are 31 public
restrooms and 21 private restrooms.

    1. Daily Services
    a.      Empty and wipe out all waste containers.
    b.      Polish all metal and mirrors.
    c.      Clean and disinfect all lavatory fixtures.
    d.      Sinks, toilet bowls, and urinals are to be kept free of scale at all times.
    e.      Clean and disinfect top and underside of rims of urinals and bowls with approved
            germicidal detergent, as well as adjacent walls, fixtures, and partitions.
    f.      Sweep and wet mop flooring with approved germicidal agent. Clean grout between tiles.
    g.      Basins and commodes are to be disinfected.
    h.      Placement and disposal of sanitary waxed bags in restroom stalls.
    i.      Spot clean walls, partitions, partition doors, removing streaks, smudges, fingerprints, and
            graffiti (if graffiti cannot be removed, report it to SPB).
    j.      Clean floor drains where applicable.
    k.      Report to the SPB any broken, damaged, or improper functioning of any mechanical or
            plumbing device.

    2. Weekly Services
    a.    Flush floor drains with clean water.

    3. Monthly Services
    a.    Brush down vents.
    b.    Dust all wooden shutters (Capitol only).
    c.    Wash down partitions, including doors.

 E. Other Services
    1. Wash inside surface of all extension interior glass windows (twice yearly). Dates
       to be coordinated with SPB contract manager.
    2. Wood windows - remove dirt and foreign materials from jambs and sash; wipe entire frame
       with 100% cotton cloth, weekly.
    3. Services for the Legislative Conference Center (Capitol Extension, Rm. E2.002) - This is a
       special event area with fluctuating use. During non-legislative session periods, it will be
       cleaned 100 times per twelve (12) month period. All tables and chairs will be cleaned with a
       damp cloth, all trash emptied and plastic liners replaced, and all carpet vacuumed. Carpet spot
       cleaning will be performed where carpet is soiled. Vinyl flooring will be wet mopped. SPB
       will provide a schedule to the Contractor in advance showing the dates this area is to be
       cleaned based on events scheduled for this room. During Legislative Session periods, this
       schedule is daily.
    4. Services for the Capitol Extension Auditorium (Capitol Extension, E1.004) - This is a special
       event area with fluctuating use. During non-legislative session periods, it will be cleaned 60
       times per twelve (12) month period. All trash will be emptied and plastic liners replaced, and
       all carpet vacuumed. Carpet spot cleaning will be performed where carpet is soiled. Wood
       flooring will be dust mopped only. SPB will provide a schedule to the Contractor in advance

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       showing the dates this area is to be cleaned based on events scheduled for this room. During
       Legislative Session periods, this schedule is daily.

 F. Cleaning Specifications for Specialty Finishes
    1. Historic Reproduction Carpet: Historic Reproduction Carpet located in the Capitol rooms
       listed below will require special cleaning methods suitable for the carpet as directed by the
       SPB. This specialty carpet will be vacuumed as needed with top quality vacuums following
       diagrams provided by the SPB. The following areas are included under this maintenance plan:
       Legislative Reference Library, Supreme Court Room (3N.3), Court of Criminal Appeals
       (3N.4), and Secretary of State=s Office (1W.4c).

    2. Metal Finishes: The following items are to be spray waxed with Turtle Wax Spray Wax or
       equivalent and buffed off as necessary to maintain a shiny and uniform appearance.

Capitol
Bronze elevator cabs (5) - interior to include car doors, car operating panel, header, tracks, kickplates
    and rear handrails
Call stations on elevator entrances
Bronze elevator entrances (32) including hall doors
Bronze drinking fountains (2 per floor on level G-4)
Brass circular handrail cap on levels 2 - 4 of the Rotunda
Mirror bronze handrails on stairs from level 1 - 4
Brass railings at monumental stair landings @ level 2 - 4
Bronze handrails at east and west stair to Senate and House back hall

Capitol Extension
Elevator pavilion entrances to Capitol Extension on level G, each including two bronze
    swing doors, two sidelite frames, and three transom frames
Interior bronze in elevator cabs, including car doors and return panels (8)
Bronze elevator entrances, each including hall doors and frames (24)
Bronze elevator call stations (16) on level P2-E2
Circular bronze handrail @ Seal Court on E1 (top cap and baseplates)
Bronze drinking fountains (32)
Bronze on building entrance doors to Capitol from E1 - top and bottom shoes and handles
Bronze floor thresholds throughout the corridors

    3. Woodwork, painted and stained: Woodwork is to be dusted with a 100% cotton cloth. NO
       FURNITURE POLISH IS TO BE USED UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. Shutters are to be
       dusted with vacuums with a soft brush attachment. Shutters are easily damaged work must be
       completed with care. Contractor is responsible for all shutter damage due to improper
       cleaning methods.

    4. Corian Restroom Stalls (Capitol): Water marks are to be removed with a damp cloth, while
       most other stains can be removed with a sponge and soapy water or an ammonia-based liquid
       cleaner. More persistent stains can be removed with an abrasive household cleaner and a
       Scotch-Brite pad.

    5. Marble Water fountains and Marble Radiator Covers (Capitol): Clean marble with warm
       water and buff dry. Any additional cleaning should be at the direction of SPB staff only.



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             EXHIBIT G
TASK SCHEDULES - FLOOR CARE SERVICES
                                                                                                            CAPITOL NON‐LEGISLATIVE SESSION

                                                                                                                                                      Strip &         Carpet       Spot 
Building    Floor/location                         Floor type          Sweep & Mop              Vacuum         Dry buff    Scrub & refinish           reseal/finish   Extraction   cleaning     Sq. Ft.
CAPITOL     Ground ‐ Corridors                     Finished concrete   Sun.‐ Thur.              n/a            1X/wk.      Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          27,162
"           "       ‐ Restrooms (3)                Ceramic             7X/wk.                   n/a            n/a         Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a          n/a          821
            "       ‐ Restrooms,  (4)           
            House/ Senate                          Ceramic             Mon.‐ Fri.               n/a            n/a         Semi‐annual (2)            n/a             n/a          n/a          486
"           "       ‐ Copy room (1)                VCT                 1X/wk.                                  Quarterly   Annually                   n/a             n/a          n/a          199
"           "       ‐ Offices                      Nylon carpet        n/a                      2X/wk.         n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     2X/wk.       24,961
"           "         ‐Gov.' Offices               Nylon carpet        n/a                      Mon.‐Fri.      n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     Mon.‐Fri.    2,371
"           "        ‐Gov.'s elevator              Nylon carpet        n/a                      Mon.‐Fri.      n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          Mon.‐Fri.    28
            " ‐ Historical central stairs 
"           from ground fl. to 4th fl.             Rubber              7X/wk.,mop only          7X/wk.         n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          n/a          4,426

            " ‐ Historical stairs, east/ west 
            from ground fl. to 3rd fl.             Rubber              2X/wk., mop only         2X/wk.         n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          n/a          480
"           "  ‐ Emergency exit staircase          Finished concrete   Sun.‐Thur.               n/a            weekly      Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          243
"           1st ‐ Corridors                        Terrazzo            7X/wk.                   n/a            7X/wk       Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          26,251
"           "     ‐ Entrances (4)                  Floor mats (12)     n/a                      7X/wk.         n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          n/a          240
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)                 Terrazzo            7X/wk.                   n/a            weekly      Quarterly                  Annually        n/a          n/a          342
            "       ‐ Restrooms,   (4)          
"           House/ Senate                          Ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.                n/a            n/a         Semi‐annual (2)            n/a             n/a          n/a          346
"           "       ‐ Offices                      Nylon carpet        n/a                      2X/wk.         n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     2X/wk.       22,854
"           "        ‐Gov.'s offices               Nylon carpet        n/a                      Mon.‐Fri.      n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     Mon.‐Fri.    7,220
"           "        ‐Gov.'s office (1)            Wool carpet 1S.3B   n/a                      Mon.‐Fri.      n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          notify SPB   299
"           "  ‐Gov.'s restrooms (2)               Ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.                n/a            n/a         Semi‐annual (2)            n/a             n/a          n/a          246
            "        ‐ SOS office 1E.4C            wool carpet         n/a                      2X/wk.         n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          notify SPB   575
"           "        ‐ SOS restroom                Ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.                n/a            n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          n/a          36

            "      ‐ Historical central stair 
"           landings from 1st fl. to 4th fl. Terrazzo                  7X/wk.,mop only          7X/wk.         1X/wk.      Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          2,652
            "      ‐ Historical stair landings, 
            east/west from 1st floor to 
"           3rd floor.                           Encaustic             2X/wk., mop only         2X/wk.         monthly     every 4 mo.                Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          175
"           Painted metal stairs                 Metal                 1X/wk.                   n/a            n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          n            350
                                                                       Sweep ‐ Mon.‐Fri., Damp 
"           "    ‐Tour guide's office              VCT                 mop 1X/wk.               n/a            monthly     Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          959
            Tour Guide's office                    Nylon Carpet        n/a                      Mon.‐Fri.      n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     Mon.‐Fri.    482
"           "         ‐ Elevators (5)              Terrazzo            7X/wk.                   n/a            7X/wk       Quarterly                  Annually        n/a          n/a          155
            "         ‐ Elevators (2) ‐ 
"           Speaker/Lt. Gov.                       Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.       n/a         n/a                        n/a             Quarterly    Mon.‐Fri.    42
"           2nd ‐ Corridors                        Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a             7X/wk       Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a          n/a          8,557
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)                 Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a             weekly      Quarterly                  Annually        n/a          n/a          342
"           "       ‐ Offices                      Nylon carpet        n/a                     2X/wk.          n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     2X/wk.       3,559
"           "        ‐Gov.'s offices               Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.       n/a         n/a                        n/a             Annually     Mon.‐Fri.    1,352
"           "        ‐Gov.'s office                Wool carpet         n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.       n/a         n/a                        n/a             n/a          notify SPB   2,798
"           "        ‐ Gov.'s pvt rr               ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.               Mon.‐Fri.       n/a         Annually, scrub only       n/a             n/a          n/a          44
                                                                                              CAPITOL NON‐LEGISLATIVE SESSION

                                                                                                                                          Strip &         Carpet        Spot 
Building    Floor/location                       Floor type         Sweep & Mop   Vacuum         Dry buff   Scrub & refinish              reseal/finish   Extraction    cleaning     Sq. Ft.
CAPITOL     2nd ‐ LRL  (library)                 Wool carpet 2N.3   n/a           2X/wk.         n/a        n/a                           n/a             n/a           notify SPB 7,078
"           "       ‐ LRL  (library)             Nylon carpet       n/a           2X/wk.         n/a        n/a                           n/a             Annually      2X/wk.     857
            "       ‐ LRL  (library) interior 
"           walkways                             Glass              1X/wk.        n/a            n/a        n/a                           n/a             n/a           n/a          941
            "       ‐ LRL  (library) interior 
            stairs                               Rubber             1X/wk.        n/a            n/a        n/a                           n/a             n/a           n/a          340
            "       ‐ House/Senate Chamber 
"           entrance stairs                      Granite            7X/wk.        n/a            n/a        Semi‐annual (2), scrub only n/a               n/a           n/a          284
            "  ‐House Chamber restrooms                                                                     Semi‐annual (2),   scrub 
"           (2)                                  Ceramic            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            n/a        only                        n/a               n/a           n/a          496
            "  ‐ House Chamber restroom 
"           vestibules (2)                       Nylon carpet       n/a           Mon.‐Fri.      n/a        n/a                           n/a             Semi‐Annual   Mon.‐Fri.    200
            " Speaker's corridor including 
"           stair lobby                          Encaustic tile     Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            monthly    Semi‐annual (2)               Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          1,869
            " Lt. Gov.'s corridor including 
"           stair lobby                          Encaustic tile     Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            monthly    Semi‐annual (2)               Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          2,099
"           3rd ‐ Corridors                      Terrazzo           Sun.‐Fri.     n/a            3X/wk.     Quarterly                     Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          9,031
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)               Terrazzo           7X/wk.        n/a            weekly     Quarterly                     Annually        n/a           n/a          324
"           "       ‐ Offices                    Nylon carpet       n/a           2X/wk.         n/a        n/a                           n/a             Annually      2X/wk.       12,014
"           "      ‐ Offices                     Encaustic tile     3X/wk.        n/a            weekly     Semi‐annual (2)               Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          1,302
"           "       ‐ Court rooms (2)            Wool carpet        n/a           1X/wk.         n/a        n/a                           n/a             n/a           notify SPB   3,612
            "       ‐ House/Senate Gallery 
"           entrance stairs                      Granite            7X/wk.        n/a            n/a        Quarterly, scrub only         n/a             n/a           n/a          64
            " 3rd floor west corridor 
"           inlcud. stair lobby                  Encaustic tile     Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            monthly    Semi‐annual (2)               Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          2,094
            " ‐ 3rd floor west corridor ‐ 
"           restrooms (2)                        Ceramic            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            n/a        Semi‐annual (2), scrub only n/a               n/a           n/a          91
            " ‐ 3rd floor east corridor 
"           include. stair lobby                 Encaustic tile     Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            monthly    Semi‐annual (2)               Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          2,272
            " 3rd floor  east corridor ‐ 
"           restrooms (2)                        Ceramic            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a            n/a        Semi‐annual (2), scrub only   n/a             n/a           n/a          88
"           4th ‐ Corridors                      Terrazzo           Sun.‐Fri.     n/a            3X/wk.     Quarterly                     Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          8,508
"           "       ‐ Vending/Ice 4S.1           VCT                1X/wk.        n/a            n/a        Annual                        n/a             n/a           n/a          59
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)               Terrazzo           7X/wk.        n/a            weekly     Quarterly                     Annually        n/a           n/a          327
"           "      ‐ Chapel                      Nylon Carpet       n/a           2X/wk.         n/a        n/a                           n/a             Annually      2X/wk.       224
"           "       ‐ Offices                    Nylon carpet       n/a           2X/wk.         n/a        n/a                           n/a             Annually      2X/wk.       10,598
                                                                                                         CAPITOL  ‐ LEGISLATIVE SESSION

                                                                                                                                                                        Carpet 
Building    Floor/location                       Floor type          Sweep & Mop             Vacuum      Dry buff    Scrub & refinish           Strip & reseal/finish   Extraction        Spot cleaning Sq. Ft.
CAPITOL     Ground ‐ Corridors                   Finished concrete   Sun.‐Fri.               n/a         2X/wk.      semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           27,162
"           "       ‐ Restrooms (3)              Ceramic             7X/wk.                  n/a         n/a         Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a                     n/a               n/a           821
            "       ‐ Restrooms,            2                                                                        Semi‐annual, scrub only 
"           House/2 Senate                       Ceramic             Mon.‐ Fri.              n/a         n/a         (2)                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           486
"           "       ‐ Copy room (1)              VCT                 3X/wk.                  n/a         monthly     Annually                   n/a                     n/a               n/a           199
"           "       ‐ Offices                    Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     24,961
"           "         ‐Gov.' Offices             Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     2,371
"           "        ‐Gov.'s elevator            Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     28
            " ‐ Historical central stairs 
"           from ground fl. to 4th fl.           Rubber              7X/wk.,mop only         7X/wk.      n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           4,426

            " ‐ Historical stairs, east/ west 
"           from ground fl. to 3rd fl.         Rubber                7X/wk., mop only        7X/wk.      n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           480
            "  ‐ Emergency Exit Stairs from 
"           ground fl. to E1                     Finished concrete   Sun.‐Fri.               n/a         Bi‐weekly   Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           243
"           1st ‐ Corridors                      Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a         7X/wk       Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           26,251
"           "     ‐ Entrances (4)                Floor mats (12)     n/a                     7X/wk.      n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           240
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)               Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a         2X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a           342
            "       ‐ Restrooms  2 House/ 2                                                                          Semi‐annual, scrub only 
"           Senate                               Ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.               n/a         n/a         (2)                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           346
"           "       ‐ Offices                    Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     22,854
"           "        ‐Gov.'s offices             Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     7,220
"           "        ‐Gov.'s office (1)          Wool carpet 1S.3B   n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               notify SPB    299
"           "  ‐Gov.'s restrooms (2)             Ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.               n/a         n/a         annually, scrub only       n/a                     n/a               n/a           246
"           "        ‐ SOS office 1E.4C          wool                n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               notify SPB    575
"           "        ‐ SOS restroom              Ceramic             Mon.‐Fri.               n/a         n/a         Annually                   n/a                     n/a               n/a           36
            "      ‐ Historical central stair 
"           landings from 1st fl. to 4th fl. Terrazzo                7X/wk.,mop only         7X/wk.      n/a         Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           2,652
            "      ‐ Historical stair landings, 
"           east/west from 1st floor to  Encaustic                   7X/wk., mop only         7X/wk.     monthly     every 4 mo.                Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           175
"           Painted metal stairs                 Metal               1X/wk.                   n/a        n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               n             350
                                                                     Sweep ‐ Mon.‐Fri., Damp 
"           "    ‐Tour guide's office            VCT                 mop 2X/wk.               n/a        monthly     semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           959

"           Tour Guide's office                  Nylon Carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Annually          Mon.‐Fri.     482
"           "         ‐ Elevators (5)            Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a         7X/wk       Monthy                     Annually                n/a               n/a           155
            "         ‐ Elevators (2) ‐ 
"           Speaker/Lt. Gov.                     Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Mon.‐Fri.     42
            2nd ‐ Corridors                      Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a         7X/wk       Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           8,557
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)               Terrazzo            7X/wk.                  n/a         2X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a           342
"           "       ‐ Offices                    Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     3,559
"           "        ‐Gov.'s offices             Nylon carpet        n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     1,352
"           "        ‐Gov.'s office              Wool carpet         n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               notify SPB    2,798
"           "       ‐ LRL  (library)             Wool carpet 2N.3    n/a                     Mon.‐Fri.   n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a               notify SPB    7,078
                                                                                                CAPITOL  ‐ LEGISLATIVE SESSION


                                                                                                                                                                 Carpet 
Building    Floor/location                    Floor type        Sweep & Mop         Vacuum      Dry buff     Scrub & refinish            Strip & reseal/finish   Extraction        Spot cleaning Sq. Ft.
CAPITOL     "       ‐ LRL  (library)        Nylon carpet        n/a                 Mon.‐Fri.   n/a          n/a                         n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     857
            2nd  ‐ LRL  (library) interior 
"           walkways                        Glass               1X/wk.              n/a         n/a          n/a                         n/a                     n/a               n/a           941
            2nd  ‐ LRL  (library) interior 
            stairs                          Rubber              1X/wk.              n/a         n/a          n/a                         n/a                     n/a               n/a           340
            "       ‐ House/Senate Chamber 
"           entrance stairs                 Granite             7X/wk.              n/a         n/a          Quarterly, scrub only       n/a                     n/a               n/a           284
                                                                                                             Semi‐annual ‐ 2,   scrub 
"           House Chamber restrooms (2)       Ceramic           Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         n/a          only                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           496
            House Chamber restrooms 
"           vestibules(2)                     Nylon carpet      n/a                 Mon.‐Fri.   n/a          n/a                         n/a                     Semi‐Annual       Mon.‐Fri.     200
            " Speaker's corridor includ. 
"           stair lobby                       Encaustic tile    Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         bi‐monthly   Semi‐annual (2)             Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           1,869
            " Lt. Gov.'s corridor include. 
"           stair lobby                       Encaustic tile    Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         bi‐monthly   Semi‐annual (2)             Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           2,099
"           3rd ‐ Corridors                   Terrazzo          Sun.‐Fri.           n/a         Sun.‐Thur.   Quarterly                   Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           9,031
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)            Terrazzo          7X/wk.              n/a         2X/wk.       Quarterly                   Annually                n/a               n/a           324
"           "       ‐ Offices                 Nylon carpet      n/a                 Mon.‐Fri.   n/a          n/a                         n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     12,014
"           "      ‐ Offices                  Encaustic tile    Mon‐Fri.                        n/a          Annual                      n/a                     n/a               n/a           1,302
"           "       ‐ Court rooms (2)         Wool carpet       n/a                 Mon.‐Fri.   n/a          n/a                         n/a                     n/a               notify SPB    3,612
            "       ‐ House/Senate Gallery 
"           entrance stairs                   Granite           7X/wk.              n/a         n/a          Quarterly, scrub only       n/a                     n/a               n/a           64
            " 3rd floor west corridor 
"           inlcud. stair lobby               Encaustic tile    Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         bi‐monthly   Semi‐annual (2)             Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           2,094
            " ‐ 3rd floor west corridor ‐                                                                    Semi‐annual (2), scrub 
"           restrooms (2)                     Ceramic           Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         n/a          only                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           91
            " ‐ 3rd floor east corridor 
"           include. stair lobby              Encaustic tile    Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         bi‐monthly   Semi‐annual (2)             Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           2,272
            " 3rd floor  east corridor ‐                                                                     Semi‐annual (2), scrub 
"           restrooms (2)                     Ceramic           Mon.‐Fri.           n/a         n/a          only                        n/a                     n/a               n/a           88
"           4th ‐ Corridors                   Terrazzo          6X/wk. (Su.‐Fri.)   n/a         Sun.‐Thur.   Quarterly                   Every 2 yrs.            n/a               n/a           8,508
"           "       ‐ Vending/Ice 4S.1        VCT               1X/wk.              n/a         n/a          Annual                      n/a                     n/a               n/a           59
"           "      ‐ Restrooms (2)            Terrazzo          7X/wk.              n/a         2X/wk.       Quarterly                   Annually                n/a               n/a           327
"           "      ‐ Chapel                   Nylon Carpet      Mon.‐Fri.           2X/wk.      n/a          n/a                         n/a                     Annually          Mon.‐Fri.     224
"           "       ‐ Offices                 Nylon carpet      n/a                 Mon.‐Fri.   n/a          n/a                         n/a                     Semi‐annual (2)   Mon.‐Fri.     10,598
                                                                                                 CAPITOL EXTENSION: NON‐LEGISLATIVE SESSION

                                                                                                                                                    Strip &         Carpet        Spot 
Building          Floor/location                                 Floor type     Sweep & Mop        Vacuum Dry buff Scrub & refinish                 reseal/finish   Extraction    cleaning     Sq. Ft.
Capitol Extension E1        ‐ Corridors                          Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a         7X/wk     Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          26,785
"                    "          ‐ Corridors                      Nylon carpet   n/a                2X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             3X/annually   2X/wk.       8,719
"                    " ‐ Corridors #200, 800 & 900               Nylon carpet   n/a                3X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             Monthly       3X/wk.       2,865
                     "  ‐ Café & monitor rm. corridors & 
"                    service elevator lobby                      VCT            Mon.‐Fri.          n/a         1X/wk.    Quarterly                  Annually        n/a           n/a          1,310
"                    "    ‐ Corridor, near auditorium            VCT            1X/wk.             n/a         monthly   Annually                   n/a             n/a           n/a          360
"                    "         ‐ Offices                         Nylon carpet   n/a                2X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             Annually      2X/wk.       55,826
"                    "        ‐ Elevators (8)                    Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.   n/a       n/a                        n/a             Monthly       Mon.‐Fri.    272
"                    "       ‐ Restrooms (12)                    Ceramic        Sun.‐Fri.          n/a         n/a       Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a           n/a          2,959
"                    "       ‐ Gift shop                         Wool Carpet    n/a                Mon.‐Fri.   n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   851
"                    "‐Committee Rm. (8)                         Wool Carpet    n/a                1X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   12,146
"                    " ‐Committee Rm. Coffee bars (4)            Nylon carpet   n/a                1X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             Annually      1X/wk.       1,256
"                    "‐Committee Restrooms (6)                   VCT            1X/wk.             n/a         n/a       Annually                   n/a             n/a           n/a          214
"                    " ‐ Conference Rm. (4) House/Senate         Wool Carpet    n/a                1X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   1,784
"                    "  ‐       Elevators (3)                    Rubber         Mon.‐Fri.          n/a         n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          94
"                    "  ‐      Tunnels  (3)                      VCT            2X/wk.             n/a         monthly   Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          2,539
                                                                 Unfinished 
"                    "  ‐ Stairs to tunnels                      concrete       2X/wk.             n/a         n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          956
"                    "  ‐  Tunnel    (SHB)                       VCT            Mon.‐Fri.          n/a         1X/wk.    Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          589
                                                                 Unfinished 
                     "   ‐ Stairwells/landings (8)               concrete       1X/wk.             n/a         n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          5,680
"                    "     ‐ Staircases/landings (2)             Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a         n/a       Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          620
"                    "    ‐ Grand staircase                      Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a         n/a       Quarterly                  n/a             n/a           n/a          822
"                    "   ‐ Upper Mezz.                           Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a         3X/wk.    Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          1,270
"                    "  ‐ DPS  Monitor Rm.                       Carpet/ VCT    Mon.‐Fri.          Mon.‐Fri. Quarterly Semi‐annual (2)              Every 2 yrs.    Semi‐annual   Mon.‐Fri.    852
"                    "  ‐ Nurse's station                        Carpet/ VCT    Mon.‐Fri.          Mon.‐Fri. Quarterly Semi‐annual (2)              Every 2 yrs.    Semi‐annual   Mon.‐Fri.    478
                                                                 Unfinished 
"                    "  ‐ Loading dock                           concrete       Mon.‐ Fri., sweep only         n/a       Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a           n/a          2,246
                     E2            ‐ Corridors                   Terrazzo       Sun.‐Thur.          n/a        weekly    Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          28,054
"                    "               ‐ Corridors                 Nylon carpet   n/a                 2X/wk.     n/a       n/a                        n/a             3X/annually   2X/wk.       14,441
"                    "                   ‐ Offices               Nylon carpet   n/a                 2X/wk.     n/a       n/a                        n/a             Annually      2X/wk.       67,326
"                    "        ‐ Restrooms (12)                   Ceramic        Mon.‐Fri.           n/a        n/a       Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a           n/a          3,456

"                    "  ‐ Restrooms (4), E2.900 & E2. Tunnel     Ceramic        Sun.‐Fri.          n/a         n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          893
"                    " ‐Committee Rm. (8)                        Wool Carpet    n/a                1X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   13,076
"                    " ‐Committee Rm. Coffee bar (4)             Nylon carpet   n/a                1X/wk.      n/a       n/a                        n/a             Annually      1X/wk.       1,250
"                    "‐Committee Restrooms (6)                   VCT            1X/wk.             n/a         monthly   Annually                   n/a             n/a           n/a          182
                     "            ‐ Break room & service elevator 
"                    hall                                          VCT          Mon.‐Fri.          n/a         1X/wk.    Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          445
"                    "                            ‐ LCC            Wool         n/a                100X        n/a       n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   3,570
"                    "                            ‐ LCC            VCT          100X               n/a         10        Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          565
"                    P1 &P2 ‐ Elevator lobbies (4)               VCT            Sun.‐ Thur.        n/a         weekly    semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          1,080
                                                                                   CAPITOL EXTENSION: NON‐LEGISLATIVE SESSION

                                                                                                                                Strip &         Carpet       Spot 
Building          Floor/location                        Floor type   Sweep & Mop    Vacuum Dry buff Scrub & refinish            reseal/finish   Extraction   cleaning   Sq. Ft.
Capitol Extension "  ‐ Elevator east & west pavilions   Granite      Mon.‐Fri.      n/a       n/a      Annually, scrub only     n/a             n/a          n/a        486
                                                                                               CAPTIOL EXTENSION ‐ LEGISLATIVE SESSION


                                                                                                                                               Strip &         Carpet        Spot 
Building            Floor/location                     Floor type     Sweep & Mop        Vacuum       Dry buff      Scrub & refinish           reseal/finish   Extraction    cleaning     Sq. Ft.
Capitol Extension   E1        ‐ Corridors              Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a          7X/wk         Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          26,785
"                   "          ‐ Corridors             Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             3X/annually   Mon.‐Fri.    8,719

"                   " ‐ Corridors #200, 800 & 900      Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             Monthly       Mon.‐Fri.    2,865
                    "  ‐ Café & monitor rm. 
                    corridors & service elevator 
"                   lobby                              VCT            Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          2X/wk.        Quarterly                  Annually        n/a           n/a          1,310

"                   "    ‐ Corridor, near auditorium   VCT            1X/wk.             n/a          monthly       Annually                   n/a             n/a           n/a          360
"                   "         ‐ Offices                Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             Semi‐Annual   Mon.‐Fri.    55,826
"                   "        ‐ Elevators (8)           Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             Monthly       Mon.‐Fri.    272
"                   "       ‐ Restrooms (12)           Ceramic        Sun.‐Fri.          n/a          n/a           Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a           n/a          2,959
"                   "       ‐ Gift shop                Wool Carpet    n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   851
"                   "‐Committee Rm. (8)                Wool Carpet    n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   12,146
                    " ‐Committee Rm. Coffee bars 
"                   (4)                                Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             Semi‐ Annual Mon.‐Fri.     1,256
"                   "‐Committee Restrooms (6)          VCT            Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          n/a           Annually                   n/a             n/a          n/a           214
                    " ‐ Conference Rm. (4) 
"                   House/Senate                       Wool Carpet    n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   1,784
"                   "        ‐ Auditorium              Wool Carpet    n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   3,496
"                   "         ‐Auditorium              Wood           Sweep only         Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          455
"                   "  ‐       Elevators (3)           Rubber         Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          94
"                   "  ‐      Tunnels  (3)             VCT            Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          bi‐weekly     Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          2,539
                                                       Unfinished 
"                   "  ‐ Stairs to tunnels             concrete       Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          956
"                   "  ‐  Tunnel    (SHB)              VCT            Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          2X/wk.        Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          589
                                                       Unfinished 
"                   "   ‐ Stairwells (8)               concrete       3X/wk.             n/a          n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          5,680
"                   "     ‐ Staircases (2)             Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a          n/a           Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          620
"                   "     ‐ Grand staircase            Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a          n/a           Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          822
"                   "   ‐ Upper Mezz.                  Terrazzo       7X/wk.             n/a          Mon.‐Fri.     Quarterly                  Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          1,270
"                   "  ‐ DPS  Monitor Rm.              Carpet/ VCT    Mon.‐Fri.          Mon.‐Fri.    Quarterly     Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    Semi‐annual   Mon.‐Fri.    852
"                   "  ‐ Nurse's station               Carpet/ VCT    Mon.‐Fri.          Mon.‐Fri.    Quarterly     Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    Semi‐annual   Mon.‐Fri.    478
                                                       Unfinished 
"                   "  ‐ Loading dock                  concrete       Mon.‐ Fri., sweep only          n/a           Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a           n/a          2,246
                    E2            ‐ Corridors          Terrazzo       Sun.‐Fri.          n/a          3X/wk.        Semi‐annual (2)            Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          28,054
"                   "               ‐ Corridors        Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             3X/annually   Mon.‐Fri.    14,441
"                   "                   ‐ Offices      Nylon carpet   n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             Semi‐Annual   Mon.‐Fri.    67,326
"                   "        ‐ Restrooms (12)          Ceramic        Mon.‐Fri.          n/a          n/a           Monthly, scrub only (12)   n/a             n/a           n/a          3,456
                    "  ‐ Restrooms (4), E2.900 & E2. 
"                   Tunnel                            Ceramic         Sun.‐Fri.          n/a          n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           n/a          893

"                   " ‐Committee Rm. (8)               Wool Carpet    n/a                Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                        n/a             n/a           notify SPB   13,076
                                                                                              CAPTIOL EXTENSION ‐ LEGISLATIVE SESSION


                                                                                                                                          Strip &         Carpet        Spot 
Building            Floor/location                         Floor type     Sweep & Mop   Vacuum       Dry buff      Scrub & refinish       reseal/finish   Extraction    cleaning     Sq. Ft.
                    " ‐Committee Rm. Coffee bars 
Capitol Extension   (4)                                    Nylon carpet   n/a           Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                    n/a             Semi‐Annual   Mon.‐Fri.    1,250
"                   "‐Committee Restrooms (6)              VCT            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a          monthly       Annually               n/a             n/a           n/a          182
                    "            ‐ Break room & service 
"                   elevator hall                          VCT            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a          1X/wk.        Semi‐annual (2)        Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          445
"                   "                            ‐ LCC     Wool Carpet    n/a           Mon.‐Fri.    n/a           n/a                    n/a             n/a           notify SPB   3,570
"                   "                            ‐ LCC     VCT            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a          1X/wk.        Quarterly              Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          565

"                   P1 &P2 ‐ Elevator lobbies (4)          VCT            Mon.‐Fri.     n/a          weekly        semi‐annual (2)        Every 2 yrs.    n/a           n/a          1,080
                    "  ‐ Elevator east & west 
"                   pavilions                              Granite        Sun.‐Fri.     n/a          n/a           Annually, scrub only   n/a             n/a           n/a          486
                                                                                                    CAPITOL VISITORS CENTER (CVC)

                                                                                                                                     Strip & 
Building  Floor/location              Floor type       Sweep & Mop          Vacuum      Dry buff        Scrub & refinish             reseal/finish   Carpet Extraction Spot cleaning   Sq. Ft.
CVC       Basement                    VCT              Mon. ‐ Fri.          n/a         weekly          Quarterly (3)                Annual (1)      n/a               n/a             285
"         "         ‐ Restrooms (2)   Ceramic          Mon.‐Fri.            n/a         n/a             Quarterly, scrub only (4)    n/a             n/a               n/a             286
"         Elevator                    VCT              Mon.‐Fri.            n/a         weekly          Quarterly (3)                Annual (1)      n/a               n/a             30
"         Corridor                    Concrete         Monthly              n/a         n/a             n/a                          n/a             n/a               n/a             442
                                                                                                        Quarterly ‐ use non‐gloss 
"         1st ‐ Common areas          Limestone        Mon. ‐ Fri.          n/a         n/a             stone finish only (4)        n/a             n/a               n/a             4,043
          "     ‐ Stairs at south                                                                       Quarterly ‐ use non‐gloss 
"         entrance                 Concrete            Mon. ‐Fri.           n/a         n/a             stone finish only (4)        n/a             n/a               n/a             53
"         2nd ‐ Common areas       Marble              Mon. ‐ Fri.          n/a         n/a             n/a                          n/a             n/a               n/a             2,839
"         "                        Encaustic tile      Mon. ‐ Fri.          n/a         Quarterly       Semi‐annual (2)              n/a             n/a               n/a             396
"         "                        Nylon Carpet/rugs
                                   Nylon Carpet/rugs   n/a                  Mon ‐Fri
                                                                            Mon.‐Fri.   n/a             n/a                          n/a             Quarterly         Mon.‐Fri.
                                                                                                                                                                       Mon ‐Fri        696
"         3rd floor ‐ Attic        Nylon Carpet        n/a                  2X/wk.      n/a             n/a                          n/a             Quarterly         Mon.‐Fri.       796
"         " ‐ Kitchen              VCT                 Mon.‐Fri.            n/a         weekly          Quarterly (3)                Annual (1)      n/a               n/a             80
          "  ‐ Restroom            Ceramic             Mon. ‐Fri.           n/a         n/a             semi‐annual (2)              n/a             n/a               n/a             55
"         Circular stairs          Limestone           1X/wk.               n/a         n/a             n/a                          n/a             n/a               n/a             180
          Grand staircase/ landing Painted metal       Mon.‐Fri.,mop only   Mon.‐Fri.   n/a             n/a                          n/a             n/a               n/a             211
          Emergency staircase      Concrete            1X/wk.               n/a         n/a             n/a                          n/a             n/a               n/a             525
                                                                                                       MUSEUM NON‐PEAK TOUR SEASON



Building    Floor/location                   Floor type                 Sweep & Mop        Vacuum            Dry buff   Scrub & refinish           Strip & reseal/finish   Carpet Extraction Spot cleaning   Sq. Ft.
TSHM        1st ‐ Campfire Scene             Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               5X/wk.     Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a             2,596
            "    ‐ Lobby (beyond campfire 
            floor)                           Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               3X/wk.     Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a               n/a             2,896
            "    ‐ Lobby                     Unpolished granite         7X/wk.             n/a               n/a        Semi‐annual ‐ scrub only   n/a                     n/a               n/a             2,034
            "    ‐ Lobby entrance            Floor mats (4)             n/a                7X/wk.            n/a        n/a                        n/a                     n/a               n/a             288

            "    ‐ Texas map                 Polished granite           7X/wk.             n/a               Monthly    Semi‐annual ‐ scrub only   n/a                     n/a               n/a             1,232
            "   ‐ IMAX elevators (2)         Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               3X/wk.     Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a             172
            "   ‐ IMAX elevator lobby        Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               3X/wk.     Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a             506
            "    ‐ Lobby grand staircase     Granite                    7X/wk., mop only   7X/wk.            n/a        Monthly ‐ scrub only       n/a                     n/a               n/a             724
            "    ‐ IMAX theatre all          Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       5,351
            "    ‐ IMAX lobby                Nylon carpet               n/a                n/a               n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       2,562
            "    ‐ IMAX stairs               Nylon carpet               n/a                n/a               n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       298

            "    ‐ IMAX restroom lobby       Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               3X/wk.     Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a               n/a             569
            "   ‐ IMAX restrooms (2)         Ceramic                    n/a                n/a               n/a        1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a               n/a             531
            "   ‐ IMAX Unisex (1)            Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               1X/wk.     Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a               n/a             56
            "   ‐  Classrooms (2)            VCT                        7X/wk.             n/a               3X/wk.     Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a             2,230
            "   ‐ Classroom hallway          VCT                        n/a                Quarterly         3X/wk.     n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       965
            "   ‐ Visitor's services         Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       450
            "   ‐ Exhibits                   Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       5,931
            "  ‐ Exhibit stairs              Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       660
            "  ‐ Exhibits restrooms (2)      Ceramic                    n/a                n/a               n/a        Bi‐weekly, scrub only      n/a                     n/a               n/a             617
            "   ‐ Exhibits elevators (2)     Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a               3X/wk.     Quarterly                  Annually                n/a               n/a             163
            "  ‐ Temp exhibit                Nylon carpet               n/a                By request only   n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual       Semi‐annual     6,072
            "   ‐  Gift shop                 Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       2.698
                                             Terrazzo ‐ remove dust 
                                             from furniture/surfaces 
                                             created from buffing as 
            "   ‐  Areas that are buffed     needed                     n/a                n/a               n/a        n/a                        n/a                     n/a               n/a             8,758
            "   ‐ Garage elevators (2)       Polished granite           7X/wk.             n/a               n/a        Quarterly ‐ scrub only     n/a                     n/a               n/a             129
            "   ‐  Garage ele. lobby         Granite                    7X/wk.             n/a               n/a        Quarterly ‐ scrub only     n/a                     n/a               n/a             314
TSHM        2nd ‐  Lobby                     Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       4,689
            "  ‐ IMAX lobby                  Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       1,303
            "   ‐ Spirit Theatre             Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       1,812
            "   ‐ Café hall restrooms        Ceramic                    n/a                n/a               n/a        1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a               n/a             441
            "  ‐ Café corridor               Nylon carpet               n/a                Monthy            n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Monthly           Monthly         120
            " ‐ Exhibits                     Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       7,434
            "  ‐ Exhibits restrooms (2)      Ceramic                    n/a                n/a               n/a        Bi‐weekly, scrub only      n/a                     n/a               n/a             617
            " ‐ Service hall/loading dock    Finished concrete          n/a                n/a               n/a        Annually                   Annually                n/a               n/a             5,530
            3rd ‐ lobby                      Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       1,654
            " ‐ Exhibits                     Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly         n/a        n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly         Quarterly       5,570
            "  ‐ Exhibits restrooms (2)      Ceramic                    n/a                n/a               n/a        Bi‐weekly, scrub only      n/a                     n/a               n/a             617
                                                                                                            MUSEUM: PEAK TOUR SEASON

                                                                                                                                                                            Carpet 
Building    Floor/location                  Floor type                 Sweep & Mop        Vacuum             Dry buff    Scrub & refinish           Strip & reseal/finish   Extraction    Spot cleaning   Sq. Ft.
TSHM        1st ‐ Campfire Scene            Terrazzo                   7X/wk./2X          n/a                7X/wk.      Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a           n/a             2,596
            "    ‐ Lobby (beyond 
            campfire floor)                 Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a                3X/wk.      Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a           n/a             2,896
            "    ‐ Lobby                    Unpolished granite         7X/wk.             n/a                n/a         Semi‐annual ‐ scrub only   n/a                     n/a           n/a             2,034
            "    ‐ Lobby entrance           Floor mats (4)             n/a                7X/wk.             n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a           n/a             288
            "    ‐ Texas map                Polished granite           7X/wk.             n/a                Bi‐weekly   Semi‐annual ‐ scrub only   n/a                     n/a           n/a             1,232
            "   ‐ IMAX elevators (2)        Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a                7X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a           n/a             172
            "   ‐ IMAX elevator lobby       Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a                7X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a           n/a             506
            "    ‐ Lobby staircase          Granite                    7X/wk., mop only   7X/wk.             n/a         Monthly ‐ scrub only       n/a                     n/a           n/a             724
            "    ‐ IMAX theatre             Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       5,351
            "    ‐ IMAX lobby               Nylon carpet               n/a                n/a                n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       2,562
            "    ‐ IMAX stairs              Nylon carpet               n/a                n/a                n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       298
            "    ‐ IMAX restroom lobby      Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a                7X/wk.      Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a           n/a             569
            "   ‐ IMAX restrooms (2)        Ceramic                    n/a                n/a                n/a         1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a           n/a             531
            "   ‐ IMAX Unisex (1)           Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a                2X/wk.      Quarterly                  Every 2 years           n/a           n/a             56
            "   ‐  Classrooms (2)           VCT                        7X/wk.             n/a                3X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a           n/a             2,230
            "   ‐ Classroom hallway         VCT                        7X/wk.             n/a                3X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a           n/a             965
            "   ‐ Visitor's services        Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       450
            "   ‐ Exhibits                  Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       5,931
            "  ‐ Exhibit stairs             Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       660
            "  ‐ Exhibits restrooms (2)     Ceramic                    n/a                n/a                n/a         1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a           n/a             617
            "   ‐ Exhibits elevators (2)    Terrazzo                   7X/wk.             n/a                7X/wk.      Quarterly                  Annually                n/a           n/a             163
            "  ‐ Temp exhibit               Nylon carpet               n/a                By request only    n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Semi‐annual   Semi‐annual     6,072
            "   ‐  Gift shop                Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       2.698
                                            Terrazzo ‐ remove dust 
                                            from furniture/surfaces 
                                            created from buffing as 
            "   ‐  Areas that are buffed    needed                     n/a                n/a                n/a         n/a                        n/a                     n/a           n/a             8,758
            "   ‐ Garage elevators (2)      Polished granite           7X/wk.             n/a                n/a         Monthly ‐ scrub only       n/a                     n/a           n/a             129
            "   ‐  Garage ele. lobby        Granite                    7X/wk.             n/a                n/a         Monthly ‐ scrub only       n/a                     n/a           n/a             314
TSHM        2nd ‐  Lobby                    Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       4,689
            "  ‐ IMAX lobby                 Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       1,303
            "   ‐ Spirit Theatre            Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       1,812
            "   ‐ Café hall restrooms       Ceramic                    n/a                n/a                n/a         1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a           n/a             441
            "  ‐ Café corridor              Nylon carpet               n/a                Monthy             n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Monthly       Monthly         120
            " ‐ Exhibits                    Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       7,434
            "  ‐ Exhibits restrooms (2)     Ceramic                    n/a                n/a                n/a         1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a           n/a             617
            " ‐ Service hall/loading dock   Finished concrete          n/a                n/a                n/a         Annually                   Annually                n/a           n/a             5,530
            3rd ‐ lobby                     Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       1,654
            " ‐ Exhibits                    Nylon carpet               n/a                Quarterly          n/a         n/a                        n/a                     Quarterly     Quarterly       5,570
            "  ‐ Exhibits restrooms (2)     Ceramic                    n/a                n/a                n/a         1X/wk., scrub only         n/a                     n/a           n/a             617
     EXHIBIT H
CUSTODIAL SUPPLY LIST
                                                                             RFP: Custodial Services
                                                                            State Preservation Board
                                                                            Issue Date: May 2, 2011


                                    EXHIBIT H
                               CUSTODIAL SUPPLY LIST

1. Enmotion Towel
   Georgia Pacific 89460 High Capacity Roll Towel
   10" x 800', 6 rolls per case; Recycled Product

2. Envision Tissue
   GP 19880-01 2-Ply, embossed white bath tissue
   550 sheets/80 rolls per case; Recycled Product

3. Multifold Towel
   GP 20204 Acclaim white
   9.25" x 9.5"
   4000/cs, 16 pkgs per case; 250 towels per pkg; Recycled Product

4. Multifold Towel
   Scott 018004
   9.25" x 9.4"
   200 per pack/20 packs per case; Recycled Product

5. Envision Towel
   Georgia Pacific Hardwound
   roll towel/EPA compliant/12 rolls per case/7.875" x 350'; Recycled Product

6. Trash Liner
   13" x 4" x 17" black trash liner; 6 microns
   2000 per case; Recycled Product

7. Trash Liner
   15" x 9" x 33" black trash liner; 6 microns
   1000 per case/coreless rolls; Recycled Product

8. Trash Liner
   19" x 14" x 40" black trash liner; 16 microns
   250 per case/10 rolls per case; Recycled Product

9. Trash Liner
   23" x 17" x 46" black trash liner; 0.9 mil.
   100 per case/5 rolls per case; Recycled Product

10. #77 Waxed Paper Liners
    Rochester-Midland, #25088
    7.5'' X 10'' X 3''
    500 per case

11. Handsoap, Kimberly Clark
    800 ml; 12 per case




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                                         RFP: Custodial Services
                                        State Preservation Board
                                        Issue Date: May 2, 2011




12. Seat Covers
    HG -5000, Health Guards
    1/2 fold; 5000 per case

13. Gards Maxi Pads #4
    250 per case

14. Playtex Tampons, Gentle Glide
    500 per case




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            EXHIBIT I
FACILITY STATISTICS & FLOOR PLANS
                                     EXHIBIT I
                         FACILITY STATISTICS & FLOOR PLANS


Building:        Texas                 Capitol
Address:                        1100 N. Congress Ave., Austin, TX 78701
Total Cleanable Square Feet:    205,825
Total Number of Floors:         5 (included in RFP)

Floor Surface Type              Sq. Ft Total
VCT                              1,217
Ceramic                          2,654
Nylon Carpet                     87,002
Encaustic Tile                   9,811
Painted Metal                      350
Finished Concrete               27,405
Rubber                           5,246
Terrazzo                        56,489
Wool Carpet                     14,362
Granite                            348
Glass                              941




Building:        Texas                 Capitol Extension
Address:                        1400 N. Congress Ave., Austin, TX 78701
Total Cleanable Square Feet:    266,317 (270,268 during Legislation Session Period)
Total Number of Floors:         4 (including elevator lobbies on 2 parking levels)

Floor Surface Type              Sq. Ft Total
VCT                              7,284
Concrete                         8,882
Ceramic                          7,308
Nylon Carpet                   153,285
Rubber                              94
Terrazzo                        57,551
Granite                            486
Wool Carpet                     31,427 (34,923 during Legislative Session Period)
Wood                               455 (during Legislative Session Period only)
                                                                          RFP: Custodial Services
                                                                         State Preservation Board
                                                                         Issue Date: May 2, 2011




Building:        Capitol               Visitors Center
Address:                       112 E. 11th St., Austin, TX 78701
Total Cleanable Square Feet:   10,917
Total Number of Floors:        3

Floor Surface Type             Sq. Ft Total
VCT                              395
Limestone                       4,223
Concrete                        1,020
Ceramic                           341
Nylon Carpet                    1,492
Marble                          2,839
Encaustic Tile                    396
Painted Metal                     211



Building:                      Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum
Address:                       1800 N. Congress Ave., Austin, TX 78701
Total Cleanable Square Feet:   69,831
Total Number of Floors:        3 (included in RFP)

Floor Surface Type             Sq. Ft Total
VCT                             3,195
Unpolished Granite              2,034
Ceramic                         2,823
Nylon Carpet     46,8              92
Polished Granite                1,361
Granite                         1,038
Finished Concrete               5,530
Terrazzo                        6,958
                                                               ACCESSIBLE ENTRANCE



                                                                                             1N.12
                                                                            NORTH
  First Floor                                                  1N.9
                                                             1N.7
                                                                            LOBBY
                                                                                              1N.10
                                                                                                          North Wing Elevators
                                                              1N.5                                        access all office floors
                                                                                           1N.8
     AGRICULTURAL                                                                                           of the Capitol and
       MUSEUM                                                                                                                               1E.13




                                                                                                                                                      1E.15
                                                                           E           E                    Capitol Extension.
            1W.14

                                      1W.4
                                                                                                              1E.3          1E.5
                     1W.10   1W.6              1W.2                                                                                    1E.9

     WEST
     LOBBY
                             1W                                            ROTUNDA                                          1E                  EAST
                                                                                                                                               LOBBY
                                                    1W.3




                                                                                                                                     1E.8
                                                                                                   1E.2




                                                                                                                              1E.6
       E             1W.11   1W.9       1W.5                                                                         1E.4                           E
                                                                               Tours
                                                                                         E
                                                               1S.2            Begin




                                                                                                                                                      1E.14
            1W.15                                                               Here       1S.1
                                                                                                                                            1E.12
                                                                               SOUTH
                                                                               LOBBY
                                                                                           1S.3

    INFORMATION & TOURS
                                                                       SOUTH STEPS                                           ACCESSIBILITY
 Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm                                                                                     All facilities are accessible
      Saturday 9:30 am - 3:30 pm                                                                                       to persons with disabilities.
       Sunday, Noon - 3:30 pm                                                                                          For assistance call 463-0063.
 Call 463-0063 for more information                                  Extension Access



Ground Floor                                                   GN.11
                                                                               GN          GN.12
  (Basement)                                                 GN.9                            GN.10        North Wing Elevators
                                                               GN.7                                       access all office floors
                                                                                           GN.8
                                                                                                            of the Capitol and
    GW.18




             GW.16                                                         E           E                    Capitol Extension.                GE.17


                                                                                                               GE.5     GE.7
                                                      GW.2
                               GW.8


                                             GW.4
                                      GW.6




                    GW.12                                                                                                            GE.11
                                                                           GROUND
                             GW                                             FLOOR                                       GE
                                                                           ROTUNDA

                    GW.11              GW.5                                                                                           GE.10         E
      E                      GW.7                                                                              GE.4     GE.6
                                                                               GS
    GW.17




                                                                GS.2
             GW.15                                                                         GS.3                                               GE.12
                                                                                  GS.5




                                                               GS.6
                                                                    GS.8




                     CAPITOL BUILDING GUIDE
                        floors 1 & ground
                                                                            2N                                                                                              INFORMATION & TOURS
Second Floor                                                       LEGISLATIVE
                                                                   REFERENCE                                                                                             Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
                                                                     LIBRARY                                    North Wing Elevators
                                                                                                                  access all floors                                          Saturday, 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
                                                                       2N.3
                                                                                                                 of the Capitol and                                            Sunday, Noon - 3:30 pm




                                                                                                                                               2E.22
            2W.27

                    2W.29




                                                                                                                                       2E.23
    2W.25

            2W.2

                    2W.2




                                                                                                                                                        2E.20
                                                                        E          E                             Capitol Extension
    2W.2




                                                                                                                                                                         Call 463-0063 for more information


                                           2W.6




                                                                                                         2E.7
                                                                                                                 2E.9
                              HOUSE        2W                                                                             SENATE
2W.19                        CHAMBER              2W                                         2E                          CHAMBER                         2E.16
                               2W.5                                                                                         2E.8




                                                                                                                 2E.10
                                           2W.7




                                                                                           2E.2
                                                                                                  2E.4
                                                                                                         2E.6
        E                                                                                                                                               E
                                           2W




                                                                                       E
                                                                            2S
    2W.15
    2W.15




                                                                                                                                                        2E.14
            2W.13
            2W.13

                    2W.9
                    2W.9




                                                           2S.2
                                                           2S.2




                                                                                                                                               2E.13
                                                                            2S.1
                                                                            2S.1
                                                                                                     GOVERNOR'S PUBLIC
                                                                                                      RECEPTION ROOM
                                                         2S.4
                                                         2S.4
                                                                 2S.6
                                                                 2S.6




                                                                                                                                                                                 Fourth Floor
        Capitol Extension Access: Take the North Wing elevators to Floor E1 or E2 of the                                                                                                   4N.9     4N.10
        underground Capitol Extension. Please visit the Capitol Giftshop on Floor E1 for Texas
        and Capitol mementos and books, as well as mints, medicines, and other sundries.                                                                                                4N.7                4N.8

        Also located on level E1 are a public cafeteria, an Automatic Teller Machine (ATM) and                                                                                     4N.5
                                                                                                                                                                                                   4N             4N.6

        vending machines.                                                                                                                                                               4N.3                    4N.4

                                                                                                                                                                                               E        E




                                                                    3N.5               3N.6

Third Floor                                                                 3N


                                                                                                                                                                                 4W.1
                                                                                                                North Wing Elevators




                                                                                                                                                                                                                       4E.2
                                                         3N.3                              3N.4
                                                                                                                  access all floors                                                                         E
                                                                                                                 of the Capitol and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   4S
                                                                                                                                                3E.18
            3W.17




                                                                                                                                                                                        4S.2
                                                                                                                                                         3E.16
    3W.15




                                                                        E          E                             Capitol Extension
                                                                                                                                                                                                            4S.3
                                                                                                                                                                                        4S.4
                                                                                                         3E.3




                                                                                                                                                                                        4S.6                4S.5
 3W.11
                                                                                                                                                                 3E.12




                             HOUSE                                                                                        SENATE
 3W.9                       GALLERY
                              3W.2
                                      3W                                                                                 3E
                                                                                                                          GALLERY
                                                                                                                            3E.5
 3W.7                                                                                                                                                    3E.10
                                                  3W.1




                                                                                                  3E.2
                                                                                                         3E.4




        E                                                                                                                                               E
                                                                                       E
                                                                            3S
                                                          3S.2




   3W.5
                                                                                                                                                         3E.8
            3W.3




                                                                                                                                                3E.6




                                                                                       3S.3
                                                                                                                                                                                        ACCESSIBILITY
                                                                        3S.6 3S.5
                                                                                                                                                                                 All facilities are accessible
                                                                                                                                                                                to persons with disabilities.
                                                                                                                                                                                For assistance call 463-0063.




                             CAPITOL BUILDING GUIDE
                                  floors 2, 3, & 4
                 Extension
                 First Floor (E1)
                                                                   JOHN H. REAGAN                                            TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION and
                                                                   BUILDING TUNNEL                                           ROBERT E. JOHNSON BUILDING TUNNEL



                 State Representatives:                                                                                                                        Senators:
                 E1.200’s through E1.500’s                                               032                                        038                        E1.600’s through E1.800’s
                                                                        E                                                                           E


E1.500's                                                                                                                                                                                                           E1.600's
                   512            508                     504                      E1.030       E1.034                             E1.036                              606                          610
                          510                 506                                                LBB                                                                                608
                                                                                   House                                          Senate
                                                                                 Appropriations                                   Finance

                                LIGHT COURT                                                                                                                                   LIGHT COURT

                                                                                                                                                                     Senate
                   424           418             410             402                                                                                                  Mail
                          422            414              406                                                                                              702                      710                  716
                                                                                        E1.026                                    E1.028                               706                  714

E1.400's                                                                                                                                                                                                           E1.700's
                                                                             E1.022                                                        E1.024
                         420            412                404                                                                                                         704                         712
                                 416            408                                                     RAL COU                                                                      708
                                                                                                      NT
                                                                                            CE



                                                                  E                                                          RT                            E
                                 LIGHT COURT                                                                                                                                  LIGHT COURT
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                                                                                                      en
                         320            312                304                                          - a ir R ot un                                                 804                         812
                                 316            308                                                                                                                                  808
                                                                             E1.018                                                       E1.020

E1.300's                                                                                                                                                                                                           E1.800's
                                                                                                           CENTRAL GALLERY




                                                                                        E1.014                                    E1.016
                   324           318             310             302                                                                                           802                         810
                          322            314              306                                                                                                                 806                        814

                                                                                  011                                                      015
                                 LIGHT COURT                                                                                                                                    LIGHT COURT

                                                                                        E1.010                                    E1.012                                        Engrossing & Enrolling         g   SAM HOUSTON
E1.200's
                   220           216             208                                                                                                                  904                                          BUILDING TUNNEL
                          218            212              204
                                                                                                                                                                                          E1.908


SUPREME COURT              214                      206                                    006
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   E1.900's
BUILDINGTUNNEL                   213                                                                                                                   M   W
                   215                          House              Baby                                                               E1.008
                                                                                           GIFTSHOP




                                                 Mail            Changing                                                          Office of the
                    217                                          Stations                                                           First Lady
                    219                                                                                                                  &
                                         Press
                                         Corps                                                                                     Governor's
                                        E1.210
                                                                       CAFETERIA                                                  Appointments
                                                                   Public Welcome!
                                                                        E1.002


                                                                                                           SEAL
                                                                                                          COURT                        AUDITORIUM
                                                                                                                                              E1.004
          LOADING DOCK                                     003                   Enter

 TO 13TH ST. & COLORADO ST.            102A 102




                                                                                                      E                      E

                                                                                 ELEVATORS TO CAPITOL NORTH WING


                                                                       Capitol Extension Guide
                                                                                                      Floor E1
             Extension
                                                                                                                                                   State Representatives Offices
             Second Floor (E2)                                                                                                                       E2.200 through E2.900's


                   510            506               502                                                                                                       602            606              610
 E2.500's                  508            504                                        E2.030                                    E2.036                                 604            608            E2.600's
                           LIGHT COURT                                                                                                                                LIGHT COURT

               422                414               406                                                                                                       706            714              722
                           418            410               402                                                                                        702           710             718
                                                                                     E2.026                                      E2.028

 E2.400's                                                                                                                                                                                           E2.700's
                                                                          E2.022                                                          E2.024
                     420           412                404                                                                                                     704           712             720
                            416               408                                                       A L CO                                                       708            716
                                                                                                   TR




                                                                                                                           U
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                                                                                                                           RT
                            LIGHT COURT                                                                                                                               LIGHT COURT
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                                                                                                                             a
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                                                                                                                           nd
                     320           312                304                                           -air R ot u                                               804           812            820
                            316               308                                                                                                                    808            816
                                                                          E2.018                                                          E2.020

 E2.300's                                                                                                                                                                                           E2.800's
                   322            314               306                               E2.014                                   E2.016                   802           810             818
                                                                                                         CENTRAL GALLERY




                           318            310               302                                                                                                806            814             822



                            LIGHT COURT                                                                                                                                LIGHT COURT

                   214            210               204                               E2.010                                   E2.012                                 904            908
 E2.200's                  212            208                                                                                                                 902            906              910
                                                                                                                                                                                                    E2.900's
                           147          148     206                           168
               140                                    202                 170
                           146          150                                           E2.180                                     Legislative
                                                154                                                                              Conference
             138 142
                           144          152           158     166         172                                                      Center          E2.1018                  Accessibility
                                                                                                                                                   E2.1016                  All facilities are accessible
                                                                                                                                   E2.002
             136     134    132         130           160         164     178                                                                                               to persons with disabilities.
                                                                                                                                                   E2.1014
E2.100's                                        156         162                       174
                                                                                                                                                                            For assistance call 463-0063.
                                        128                               176                                                                      E2.1012
                                                118 114 110 106                                                                    1001
        House                           126
                                                                                                     SEAL                                  1008
                                                                                                                                                   E2.1010

     Committee                                                                                      COURT                                                       E2.1000's
     Staff Suites                 124
                                         122
                                                120
                                                      116
                                                            112
                                                                  108
                                                                        104
                                                                               102                                                         E2.1002 E2.1006
       E2.100's
   E2.202 & E2.206

                                                                                               E                           E
                                                                         ELEVATORS TO CAPITOL NORTH WING




                                                                  Capitol Extension Guide
                                                                                              Floor E2
Texas State History Museum
Parking Garage
                                         EXHIBIT J
                                 RFP SUBMISSION CHECKLIST

Checklist for RFP 809-11-0630
Title: Custodial Services for the State Preservation Board
Due Date: June 9, 2011 @ 2:00PM CT

Respondent Name and Address:

___________________________________               Contact:_________________________

___________________________________               Phone #: ________________________

___________________________________               Fax #: __________________________

                                                   Email: _________________________


1. Submit one (1) original of the following:
       Exhibit B - HUB Subcontracting Plan                           _______

          Exhibit C - Execution of Proposal Form                     _______

          Bid Bond                                                   _______         _


2. Submit one (1) original and three (3) copies of the following

          Exhibit D - Compensation and Fees                          _______

          Exhibit E - Contractor's Qualifications Form               _______

          Company Information                                       _______

          Quality & Safety Program Descriptions/EMR                  _______

          Methodology Description                                   _______

          References                                                _______

          List of Litigation                                        _______

          Financial Report                                           _______

          Acknowledge Addenda                                        _______

								
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