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					Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority                             1-11-C254



                                   STATEMENT OF WORK

                                               FOR

                   INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR PAINTING SERVICES

                                               AT

                 RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT

                                     WASHINGTON, DC




Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Engineering & Maintenance Department, MA-120
Maintenance Engineering Division, MA-126

September 2011




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I. INTRODUCTION                                                                4

II. DEFINITIONS                                                                4

III. BASE SERVICES                                                             5
      A.     PURPOSE                                                            5

      B.     GENERAL                                                            5


IV. SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES                                                      6
      A.     DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES                                            6

      B.     CONTRACT SERVICES CALL ORDER                                       6


V. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS                                                        6
      A.     SECURITY PROCEDURES                                                6

      B.     SIGN-IN/SIGN-OUT PROCEDURE                                        7

      C.     AUTHORITY FURNISHED PROPERTY                                       7

      D.     CONTRACTOR FURNISHED PROPERTY                                      7

      E.     SAFETY                                                             8

      F.     FIRE PREVENTION                                                    9

      G.     SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT                                            9

      H.     PERMITS, ROYALTIES, AND LICENSES                                   9

      I.     DELIVERY OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT                                9

      J.     COMMUNICATION                                                      9

      K.     NON-WAIVER                                                        10

      L.     TIMELY PERFORMANCE                                                10

      M.     ACCIDENT REPORT                                                   10

      N.     PERFORMING OTHER WORK AT THE JOB SITE                             10


VI. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS                                                      11
      A.     REGULATORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROVISIONS                           11




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VII. PERSONNEL                                                                            15
      A.     CONTRACTOR’S PERSONNEL                                                        15

      B.     RESPONSIBLE CONTRACTOR OFFICIALS                                              15


VIII. METHOD OF PAYMENT                                                                   15
      A.     BASE SERVICES                                                                 15

      B.     SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES                                                         15


IX. APPENDICES                                                                            15
APPENDIX A      AIRPORT SITE PLAN
APPENDIX B      TERMINAL B/C INTERIOR STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAMS AND COLUMNS
APPENDIX C      TERMINAL B/C PASSENGER LOADING BRIDGES
APPENDIX D      TERMINAL B/C ARRIVALS LEVEL GLASS CANOPY SUPPORT STRUCTURES
APPENDIX E      TERMINAL B/C DEPARTURES LEVEL GLASS CANOPY SUPPORT STRUCTURES
APPENDIX F      TERMINAL B/C DEPARTURES LEVEL UPPER ARCHITECTURAL ALUMINUM “EYEBROWS”
APPENDIX G      TERMINAL B/C ARRIVALS LEVEL BUS SHELTERS
APPENDIX H      PRODUCTS AND EXECUTION
APPENDIX I      CONTRACT SERVICES CALL ORDER
APPENDIX J      AUTHORITY OWNED INTERIOR MAN LIFT INVENTORY




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I.     INTRODUCTION

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (the Authority) is responsible for the operation, maintenance
and repair of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA or airport) located in Arlington County,
Virginia. (Appendix A)

The contract that will be awarded by this solicitation is intended to provide for the preparation and painting of
interior structural steel beams and columns, exterior surfaces of 36 passenger loading bridges, exterior glass
canopy support structures and exterior architectural aluminum "eyebrows" (Appendices B, C, D & E) located at
Terminal B/C at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The contractor shall provide all labor, materials,
tools, supplies, equipment, transportation, and supervision necessary to accomplish the requirements of this
Statement of Work (SOW).


II.    DEFINITIONS

ACCEPTANCE - The act of an authorized representative of the Authority by which the Authority assumes for
itself, or as an agent of another, ownership of existing and identified supplies, or approves specific services, as
partial or complete performance of the contract.

AIRPORT - Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)

AOA - Aircraft Operation Area on the Airport airfield

AUTHORITY - The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority

BUSINESS HOURS, AUTHORITY - 7:00 A.M.. through 4:30 P.M. EST/EDT, Monday through Friday, excluding
weekends and holidays.

CLEAN - Shall be free of all dirt, dust, chalking, loose paint, grease, debris, spider webs, fingerprints or any
contaminants that would prevent proper adhesion of the material applied

CORRECTION - The elimination of a defect

DCA - Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

JOB SITE - The area within the Authority’s property lines or portions of such area which are defined within the
contract or as described by the Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR)

MA-126 - Maintenance Engineering Division

METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON AIRPORTS AUTHORITY (MWAA or the Authority) - The public body
responsible for the operation and management of both Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

OSHA - U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The Federal Government agency responsible for
providing the rules and regulations on safety and health requirements in the work place.

QUALITY ASSURANCE - A means by which the Authority is able to confirm that the quantity and quality of
services received conformed to contract requirements. These methods/procedures are not intended to aid the
contractor in the performance of the contract requirements and shall not be a substitute for the contract quality
control.


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QUALITY CONTROL - A method used by the contractor to assure that quality services are provided to satisfy
the requirements of the contract.

REFEREE SAMPLE CARD - A card provided by the paint supplier, which contains a paint sample taken from
the batch of paint mixed when it is being canned and after all final batch adjustments have been made. The
referee sample card shall be created by the paint supplier and contain at a minimum; sample of actual product,
date, color description and formula, manufacture, product number, type and name. This card shall also contain
the name, and phone number of the person at the paint supply store who provided the card.

SERVICES - Includes services performed, workmanship, and material furnished or utilized in the performance
of services

SOW - Statement of Work

STATE - The Commonwealth of Virginia

SUPERVISOR - Supervises individual and/or groups/teams of employees/subcontractors


III.   BASE SERVICES

A.     PURPOSE

       The contractor shall provide all labor, materials, tools, supplies, equipment, transportation, and
       supervision necessary to perform painting of interior structural steel beams and columns, exterior
       surfaces of 36 passenger loading bridges, exterior glass canopy support structures and exterior
       architectural aluminum "eyebrows" (Appendices B, C, D & E) at DCA.

B.     GENERAL

       The contractor shall perform the all required services described herein in accordance with Appendix H,
       Products and Execution.

       The contractor shall perform all work during the hours of 10:00 P.M. - 5:00 A.M. Monday - Friday. If the
       duration of the work in these areas extends beyond one work night, the contractor shall temporarily
       secure the area and remove all debris and equipment until the next work period.

       A majority of the work is required to be performed in secure areas; therefore the contractor’s personnel
       shall be required to obtain the necessary security badges under the Airports Authority’s normal security
       badge issuance procedures.

       The contractor’s equipment shall not impede the normal operation of the Airport and/or adversely
       impact Airport tenants or users. No scaffolding, ladders, lifts or other equipment used for the project
       will be allowed to remain erect or standing in the work area outside the normal work hours unless prior
       written approval has been granted by the COTR.

       The contractor shall perform each painting task according to a detailed written job schedule and plan
       which is prepared by the contractor and approved by the COTR at least seven (7) days prior to the
       critical milestones for each job. These milestones shall include the dates the work is to be initiated and
       completed as well as the amount of work projected to be completed daily. The job plan shall identify
       the hours when the contractor will perform the work.


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      The contractor shall submit manufacturer’s literature and paint color samples to the COTR for approval
      prior to commencing painting. Other materials incorporated into the work shall also be approved by the
      COTR prior to use.

      The contractor shall provide all ladders, lifts, drop cloths, scaffolding, paintbrushes, rollers, barricades,
      signs, spray equipment, pressure washers, and all other equipment incidental to and necessary for the
      performance of the painting services described in this Statement of Work. The unit prices provided in
      the price schedule shall be fully loaded and shall include all labor, supplies, equipment, tools, and
      incidentals necessary to accomplish that line item of work.

      Contractor shall notify the COTR immediately (verbally and in writing) of all damage and/or
      discrepancies that they identify at the job site prior to the start of work as well as any personal injury or
      property damage that occurs while performing this SOW.


IV.   SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES

A.    DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES

      The Authority may, during the term of the contract, request that the contractor perform supplemental
      services in addition to the Base Services work, i.e. painting of additional columns, beams and piping,
      etc. The contractor shall be reimbursed for the square footage of painted surfaces in accordance with
      the provisions of "Method of Payment”. The Authority shall incur no obligation for out of scope work that
      is not authorized in writing.

B.    CONTRACT SERVICES CALL ORDER

      All work performed under supplemental services shall be approved in writing by the COTR using the
      “Contract Services Call Order” form (Appendix H). The call order shall contain a detailed description of
      the services that are required to be performed by the contractor. The contractor shall include a detailed
      cost estimate, which includes an itemized breakdown of square footage.


V.    GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

A.    SECURITY PROCEDURES

      The contractor, its subcontractors, and all their employees shall be subject to and shall at all times
      conform with all rules, regulations, policies and procedures pertaining to security at Ronald Reagan
      Washington National Airport. Any violations or disregard for rules, regulations, or policies may be
      cause for immediate termination.

      All personal packages brought onto and/or removed from Authority property may be subject to
      inspection by a Security Officer. Firearms and/or explosives shall NOT be brought onto the Airport’s
      property. VIOLATORS WILL BE PROSECUTED.

      At least one (1) contractor employee for each three (3) performing work at the Airport shall have in their
      possession a valid security badge with the Escort designation. The contractor shall be responsible for,
      at its own expense, obtaining the proper security clearance, fingerprinting, training, badges and custom
      seal required to access the restricted areas of the airport including the Air Operations Area (AOA),



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      Security Identification Display Area (SIDA), Customs and Immigration. Identification badges issued by
      the Authority must be visibly worn at all times while in the SIDA.

      The contractor’s employees, including new hires, must be legal to work in the United States. The
      contractor shall confirm citizenship of all foreign-born employees and alien numbers (Green Card), if
      not US citizen.

B.    SIGN-IN/SIGN-OUT PROCEDURE

      All contractor employees upon arrival to, and prior to departure from the Airport shall call (703) 417-
      8063 to report in and out. The operator will record the Date/Time of Arrival/ Departure, Hours Worked,
      Type/Extent of Work, and Area of Work. There shall be no exceptions to this requirement.

C.    AUTHORITY FURNISHED PROPERTY

      1.     Utilities: Hot and cold water and electricity will be provided from existing outlets. No new supply
             locations will be provided.

      2.     Man lifts: Based on availability, the Authority will provide lifts (Appendix H) for the contractor’s
             use for interior work only. The contractor shall be responsible for providing lifts, if necessary,
             for painting of all exterior work. The contractor must submit documentation that demonstrates to
             the satisfaction of the COTR that the contractor’s personnel who will operate lifts have sufficient
             training, certification and experience to operate the equipment safely. Training and certification
             on these lifts shall be performed at no cost to the Authority. The contractor shall be responsible
             for ensuring that the Authority lifts provided are free from paint over spray, drips, and splashes
             at the end of each working day. The contractor shall provide at least one ground person at all
             times that lifts are used to act as a safety spotter.

D.    CONTRACTOR FURNISHED PROPERTY

      The contractor shall furnish all resources (i.e. supervision, labor, materials, supplies, and equipment)
      that are necessary to fulfill all the requirements described in this Statement of Work in a safe, orderly,
      timely, efficient, satisfactory and workmanlike manner.

      1.     Electrical Equipment: All electrical extension cords shall be properly sized for the equipment
             load and placed away from vehicular or pedestrian traffic. All connections between the
             extension cords and relayed equipment (e.g., tools, machine, or additional extension cords)
             shall be tightly fastened with no exposed electrical contacts. All extension cords shall have and
             use, a proper electrical grounding pipe. Power tools and/or extension cords used in damp areas
             shall be plugged into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) switches to immediately
             shutdown when a short to ground is detected.

      2.     Ladders: The contractor shall not apply direct pressure on the glass or painted aluminum
             panels. Protection pads shall be used by the contractor to prevent ladders from marring building
             surfaces. The contractor shall assure that all ladders comply with all current and applicable
             safety requirements and regulations.

      3.     Man lifts: All contractor provided lifts shall be equipped with a flashing yellow beacon light and
             fire extinguisher. All lifts provided on the job site must be approved by the COTR. The
             contractor shall assure that the use, safe operation and/or servicing of these lifts are in
             compliance with all applicable requirements including but not limited to ASNI/SIA A.92.6-1999
             Standard for Supported Elevating Work Platforms, effective 01/02/2000. In the event of a


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             contractor provided lift failure and/or malfunction, the contractor shall provide a replacement lift
             within one (1) working day so as not to delay scheduled completion of task. All lifts shall have
             signage attached that indicates the contractor’s name and phone number. The contractor shall
             provide at least one ground person at all times that lifts are used to act as a safety spotter.

      4.     Scaffolding: The contractor shall assure that all contractor provided scaffolding is in
             compliance with ANSI 10.8-2001, and 29 CFR 1910.28.

      5.     Digital Camera: The contractor shall have a digital camera in his possession at all times while
             on the jobsite to document each night’s progress. The contractor shall provide pictures (e-mail)
             of the work performed the prior night to the COTR the following morning (before 9:00 AM).

E.    SAFETY

      The contractor and each of its employees shall comply with all applicable local, state, federal, and
      Authority rules, regulations, and practices.

      The contractor shall also be responsible for all injury to persons or damage to property that occurs as a
      result of the contractor’s negligence and shall take proper safety and health precautions to protect the
      work, the workers, the public, and the property of others. The contractor shall be responsible for all
      materials delivered and work performed until completion and acceptance of the entire work.

      The contractor shall perform all its activities pursuant to this contract in a safe manner. The contractor
      shall assume responsibility on the job site for the actions of all its personnel and subcontractor(s) who
      are associated with performance on this contract. The contractor shall take adequate measures to
      prevent injury to the public or Authority property on the job site.

      The contractor shall provide all barricades, warning signs (i.e. Caution Men Working Above, and other
      safety and protective equipment required to isolate or restrict public access to the work site and/or to
      protect Airport employees and the general public from personal injury due to materials, equipment or
      operations at the site. All barricades, warning signs, etc. shall be in accordance with Federal, State and
      Local codes, but in no case should barricades be lower than four (4) feet in height with support no
      farther than eight (8) feet apart.

      The contractor shall provide and ensure that all its personnel at the job site properly wear all applicable
      safety devices and apparel, including but not limited to fall protection and hard hats. These devices and
      apparel shall be provided at no cost to the Authority.

      The Authority shall have the right to inspect all areas for safety violations at its discretion, direct the
      contractor to make immediate improvement of conditions and/or procedures, and/or stop the work if
      other hazards are deemed to exist.

      Not withstanding any provision to the contrary, the Authority shall not be obligated to make an equitable
      adjustment for any work stoppage that results from safety hazards created by the contractor.

      In the event that the Authority should elect to stop work because of any type of existing safety hazards
      on the job site after the contractor has been notified and provided ample time to correct, the contractor
      shall bear all costs for eliminating the hazard(s) and shall not be granted compensation for the work
      stoppage. The contractor shall pay any and all additional expenses.

      The operation of the contractor’s vehicles or private vehicles by the contractor’s employees on or about
      the property shall conform to regulations and safe driving practices.


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      It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to immediately notify the COTR if the job site is visited by
      an official authorized to enforce any regulatory requirements including but not limited to OSHA.

      The contractor shall provide and use adequate (adequate being capable of impeding the progress of
      pedestrians and or vehicles into the work area) barricades and signs to provide sufficient notice of
      potential safety hazards prior to, during, and after the performance of the services.

      The contractor shall inspect all powered equipment daily before operations for signs of wear as well as
      potential safety hazards. The contractor shall immediately remove from service on the job sites all
      equipment including extension cords which are potentially unsafe, damaged, inoperable and/or do not
      meet the manufacturers operational specifications.

      The contractor shall never leave power equipment unattended without disconnecting them from their
      power source.

F.    FIRE PREVENTION

      The contractor shall be knowledgeable and train all its employees on the procedures and means of
      egress as well as the methods of reporting fires on the job sites.

G.    SMOKE FREE ENVIRONMENT

      The Authority’s facilities are smoke free. The contractor and its employees shall adhere to all
      applicable rules and regulations regarding maintenance of a smoke free environment on the job sites.

H.    PERMITS, ROYALTIES, AND LICENSES

      The contractor shall, without additional an expense to the Authority, be responsible for obtaining all
      licenses, certifications and permits which are necessary to fulfill the requirements of the Statement of
      Work.

      The contractor shall also obtain and pay the costs of any royalties and licenses for any patented or
      copyrighted items used in the performance of work.

I.    DELIVERY OF SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT

      The contractor shall (as directed by the COTR) schedule its supply and equipment deliveries and the
      supply and equipment deliveries of its vendors and subcontractors during times and locations that
      cause minimum disruption and inconvenience to the Authority’s operations. The contractor shall notify
      the COTR in writing and in person of all deliveries 24 hrs prior to the scheduled delivery. No deliveries
      shall be made on weekends, or holidays unless given prior consent by the COTR.

J.    COMMUNICATION

      The contractor shall, at its own expense, provide fully operational cell phones with text messaging
      capability to the on-site supervisor, and any onsite employee out of range to carry on a normal level of
      conversation. These personnel are to have these devices at all times that they are on the job site to
      fulfill the requirements of this contract. The contractor shall provide the assigned telephone numbers
      for this equipment to the COTR at least three (3) working days prior to the start of the period of this
      contract. The contractor shall notify the COTR of any changes in these assignments.



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K.    NON-WAIVER

      Failure of the COTR and/or Authority personnel to discover or to reject services which are unacceptable
      and not in accordance with the contract shall not be deemed an acceptance thereof nor a waiver of the
      Authority’s right to proper execution of the contract or any part of it by the contractor.

L.    TIMELY PERFORMANCE

      The contractor shall adhere to and fulfill all the time and frequency requirements described herein.

M.    ACCIDENT REPORT

      The contractor shall immediately notify in turn the Authority’s Police Department and the COTR both
      verbally and in writing of any accident on the job site that is related to the performance of this SOW that
      involve bodily injury or damage to property. The COTR will provide information necessary, concerning
      whom to contact and the specific form of the follow-up written notice.

      Any damages caused by the contractor or its employees to the Authority’s property shall be properly
      repaired or replaced by the contractor, to the satisfaction of the COTR, at the contractor’s expense.

N.    PERFORMING OTHER WORK AT THE JOB SITE

      The contractor shall immediately advise the COTR when the contractor is scheduled to perform any
      work on the job site, which is outside of the work described in this SOW. The contractor shall advise
      the COTR of the scope, location, and period of performance of this work as well as who requested
      and/or contracted them to perform it and the entity for whom it is being performed.

O.    QUALITY CONTROL

      The contractor shall implement an effective quality control program. The contractor shall provide this
      program to the COTR in writing no later than seven days after contract award. The contractor shall not
      begin any work on site until the COTR approves this plan in writing. This program shall insure the
      contractor fulfills all the requirements of this SOW.

P.    CONTRACT DUTY HOURS

      All work shall be performed between the hours of 10:00 pm and 5:00 am. Set up may begin at 9:30 pm.

Q.    REPORTING

      The contractor shall provide daily reports (including pictures) describing the progress of the previous
      nights work, along with any problems or potential problems that may arise. Also to be included in this
      report are the mill thicknesses of the columns and beams before and after each coat of paint to provide
      verification that the proper amount of paint has been applied. These reports are to be sent to the COTR
      via e-mail in a MS WORD format prior to 9:00 am.

R.    PUNCH LIST PROCEDURES

      Upon completion of the job the COTR or a representative of the Authority will inspect the work for
      deficiencies and/or discrepancies. All deficiencies and/or discrepancies identified will constitute the
      official punch list which will be provided to the contractor. The contractor shall correct all items on the
      list within 10 days of receiving the report.


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VI.   SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

A.    REGULATORY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROVISIONS

1.     General

      The contractor (including it’s on the job site employees and subcontractors) shall comply with all
      applicable federal, state, local, and Authority regulatory, code, and procedural requirements.

      The contractor shall provide the COTR with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all materials used
      and/or stored on the job site by the contractor.

      All regulatory infractions, which are incurred by the contractor while fulfilling the requirements of this
      SOW, shall be immediately reported by the contractor to the Authority and appropriate regulatory
      agencies.

      a.     Asbestos Containing Materials/Lead Based Paint: Most facilities at the Airport except for
             current CDP construction were constructed prior to 1981. The structures being painted were
             constructed and painted in 1996-97. Facilities constructed prior to 1981 should be presumed to
             have both asbestos containing materials (ACM) and paint containing lead in their construction.
             Upon discovery of any such materials, the contractor shall stop work immediately and notify the
             COTR of its findings. The contractor shall not wash, disturb, remove, scrape or sand asbestos
             containing materials or paint containing lead. Removal of asbestos containing materials and
             materials containing lead based paint shall be performed by others and is not a part of this
             SOW.

      b.     Air Quality: The contractor shall use, on the job site, only chemicals and products which are
             effective to fulfill the requirements described herein, have the least adverse impact on the
             environment, do not exceed the volatile organic chemical (VOC) limitations rule(s) published by
             the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and comply with all applicable regulatory
             requirements.

      c.     Contractor Provided Hazardous Materials

             (1)     Compliance with Laws: The contractor shall comply with all laws relating to hazardous
                     materials on the job sites or related to the contractor’s activities at the job sites. The
                     contractor shall not manage, use or store hazardous materials at the job sites except as
                     reasonably necessary to accomplish the SOW. The contractor shall not dispose or treat
                     any hazardous materials on the job sites or surrounding lands or water. The contractor
                     shall immediately provide the COTR a written list of hazardous materials, which are used
                     or stored, or intended to be used or stored, at the job site and the approximate quantities
                     to be used or stored prior to entering into the contract.

             (2)     The contractor’s Responsibility for Environmental Costs and Damages: The
                     contractor’s hazardous materials shall be the sole responsibility of the contractor and the
                     contractor shall be solely liable for and responsible for, without limitation, at the
                     contractor’s sole cost and expense:

                     a      corrective action of the contractor’s hazardous materials as directed by any
                            governmental agency, as required by any law, or as necessary to prevent or
                            eliminate any nuisance, trespass, waste or diminution in the value of the job sites


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                          or as necessary to avoid any impairment of the Authority’s ability to use the job
                          sites for Airport purposes upon expiration or termination of this contract.

                   b      Damages for injury or death to persons, or injury to property, the job sites and
                          surrounding lands and waters arising out of the contractor’s hazardous materials.

                   c      Claims resulting there from.

                   d      Fines, costs, fees, assessments, taxes, penalties, demands, orders, directives, or
                          any other requirements imposed in any manner by any governmental agencies
                          asserting jurisdiction or under any law with respect to the contractor’s hazardous
                          materials.

                   e      Costs and expenditures for correction action required as to the contractor’s
                          hazardous materials.

                   f      Damages, costs, and expenditures for injury to natural resources resulting from
                          the contractor’s hazardous materials as required by applicable law.

                   g      Compliance with laws regarding the generation, use, storage, transportation,
                          treatment, management, or disposal of the contractor’s hazardous materials.

                   h      Any other liability related to the contractor’s hazardous materials. While the
                          Authority is not required to incur any costs, fees (including Attorney, consultant,
                          and expert witness fees), or expenses for environmental compliance, or
                          corrective action relating to the contractor’s hazardous materials, should the
                          Authority incur any such costs, expenses or fees due to the contractor’s non-
                          performance of its obligations under this contract, the contractor shall within 30
                          days of demand reimburse the Authority for said costs, expenses or fees.

                   i      Testing and Assessment by Authority at the Authority’s sole discretion, during
                          reasonable business hours, the Authority or its representatives or consultants,
                          may enter upon the job sites and make and tests, measurements, investigations,
                          or assessment the Authority deems necessary in order to determine the
                          presence of hazardous materials or to evaluate contractor’s compliance with this
                          agreement. Nothing herein requires the Authority to conduct any such testing,
                          measurement, investigation or assessment. The Authority shall give the
                          contractor a minimum of five (5) days written notice prior to conducting any such
                          tests, investigations, or assessment except no such notice is required under
                          urgent or emergency conditions. If any of the contractor’s hazardous materials
                          are detected requiring corrective action other than monitoring under this
                          provision, or if any material violation of any law or the requirements of this
                          provision are found by the consultant, the fees and expenses of said consultant
                          shall be paid by the contractor on demand by the Authority. This is in addition to
                          the contractor’s obligation to conduct all required corrective action of any of the
                          contractor’s hazardous material releases or suspected releases at the
                          contractor’s sole cost as provided herein.

             (3)   Other: All hazardous and/or carcinogenic materials transported or generated onto either
                   job site by the contractor must be properly disposed off the Airport site by the contractor
                   in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and at no
                   cost to the Authority.




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                   The contractor shall immediately provide the COTR with complete, legible copies of all
                   regulatory notices, violations notices, citations, etc. received by the contractor which
                   pertain directly or indirectly to its fulfillment of this SOW.

                   The contractor shall provide the COTR with documentation on hazardous materials or
                   wastes that are accumulated, handled, generated, or disposed of by the contractor’s
                   operations. The documentation shall demonstrate the adequacy of the handling and
                   disposal operations used by the contractor and will demonstrate that the contractors
                   activities will not result in contamination of Airport property. This documentation shall be
                   provided upon request during periodic environmental inspections of the contractor’s
                   premises by the Authority. The contractor shall immediately provide copies of all such
                   correspondence to the COTR on all correspondence with regulatory agencies
                   concerning the contractor’s compliance with environmental regulations.

                   If the contractor generates hazardous waste in an amount that makes it subject to state
                   and federal hazardous waste requirements, the contractor shall apply for a Hazardous
                   Waste Generator Identification Number. Hazardous waste shall be transported off the
                   Airport using the contractor’s Hazardous Waste Generator Identification Number
                   documented on a complete and properly signed Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest.
                   The contractor shall be required to submit an Annual Hazardous Waste Report to the
                   State of Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. The contractor shall be
                   responsible for developing a Resource and Conservation Act Contingency (RCRA) Plan
                   if the amount of hazardous waste generated places it into a category that requires a
                   plan.

                   The contractor shall be responsible for notification and reporting required under SARA,
                   Title III regulations.

             (4)   Spill Contingency Plan: Neither domestic drains nor storm drains on the job sites shall
                   be used to dispose of gasoline, paint, thinners, hydraulic fluid, solvents, concentrated
                   cleaning agents, or other hazardous material.

                   The contractor shall develop and implement on the job sites (for the entire period of
                   performance of this SOW a written Hazardous Waste Spill Control and Containment
                   Plan listing materials used, spill prevention procedures, containment equipment and
                   procedures to be used in the event of spill, personnel protective equipment
                   requirements, notification procedures, site redemption procedures, and personnel
                   training procedures in accordance with regulations. The contractor shall provide the
                   COTR a copy of this plan at least three (3) working days prior to the start of the
                   performance of this SOW.

                   In the event of a spill, the contractor shall immediately notify the Airport’s Fire
                   Department. The contractor shall be responsible for all cleanup, site remediation, and
                   disposal costs including hazardous waste response teams that may be required at the
                   site. All procedures shall be in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local
                   environmental and OSHA regulations. Hazardous materials that are temporary, stored
                   on site during normal working hours, shall be placed in containment devices that are
                   capable of containing 110 percent of the volume of the substance in the event of a spill.

                   The contractor shall initiate a training program for its employees and subcontractors on
                   the proper disposal of hazardous materials such as gasoline, paint thinners, hydraulic
                   fluid, solvents, etc. Materials that are stored in an area that is near sanitary drains shall
                   be protected by means of dikes, containment boxes, or other means to prevent a slug

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                   load of material from entering the drains. The contractor’s Spill Control and Containment
                   Plan (SCCP) that shall, at a minimum, include the following components:

                   a      A description of discharge practices, including non-routine batch discharges.

                   b      A list, description, and location of stored chemicals near sanitary drains that could
                          cause an impact on the treatment plant if a release were to enter the sanitary
                          drains. This material is not limited to petroleum or hazardous products, but also
                          includes any material that may have an impact on the Arlington County Sewage
                          Treatment Plant, such as soaps, dyes, detergents, deodorizers, solvents, etc.

                   c      A list of spill kits, location of kits and materials contained in the kits that could be
                          used to contain a spill to prevent the spilled material from entering a drain or
                          drain inlet. Protection devices shall be included in the spill kits.

                   d      Procedures to be followed to prevent an accidental or slug discharge. Such
                          procedures shall include, but not be limited to inspection and maintenance of
                          storage areas, handling of materials, loading and unloading of materials, and
                          containment procedures to be followed in the event of a spill.

                   e      Training procedures for employees to ensure they are aware of the procedures to
                          be followed in the event of a spill that could enter a sanitary drain and the
                          notification procedures to be followed in the event a slug load does enter the
                          sanitary drainage system.

                   f      Instructions to employees on how to obtain a copy of the Airport Industrial User
                          Wastewater Permit.

                   g      Posting in a conspicuous areas, the spill notification flow-chart currently used by
                          the Authority. This flow chart provides a list of people or groups to be notified in
                          case of a spill on the Airport. This notice shall include, but not be limited to,
                          advising employees to call the Airport’s Work Order Desk and the Arlington
                          County Water Pollution Control Division in case of a discharge into the sanitary
                          drains in violation of the Airport Permit or the Arlington County Sewage
                          Ordinance. Notice must include, but not be limited to, including the telephone
                          number of the Arlington County Water Pollution Control Division (Process Control
                          Engineer or the Shift Supervisor as alternate). If a discharge event is reported,
                          the report shall include the following information:

                          1      Caller’s Name

                          2      Facility and Tenant’s Name

                          3      Name and Type of Material Discharged

                          4      Time and Duration of Release

                          5      Amount of Material Released

                          6      Possible Effect of Health, Equipment, or the Environment

                          7      Corrective Action Taken

                          8      Name of Individual to Call if More Information is needed


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               (5)     Storm Drains: The contractor shall provide protection on all nearby storm drains during
                       their work to ensure that no paint chips, chemicals, cleaning solutions, etc. enter the
                       drainage systems.


VII.    PERSONNEL

A.      CONTRACTOR’S PERSONNEL

        1.     Conduct: At all times while on the job site, whether on or off duty, the contractor’s employees
               shall conduct themselves in an orderly and safe manner. Fighting, being under the influence of
               alcohol and/or drugs or bringing and/or consuming alcohol and/or drugs, gambling, soliciting,
               stealing, and any immoral or otherwise undesirable conduct shall not be permitted on the job
               site and shall result in immediate and permanent removal from the job site for any employee
               engaging in such conduct from work.

        2.     Communication: Contractor shall provide on site for all work performed at the Airport, a
               supervisor able to clearly and understandably communicate (both verbally and in writing) in the
               English language. The supervisor shall also be able to communicate clearly and understandably
               (both verbally and in writing) with all of the contractors employees and subcontractors in their
               respective language. In addition all contractors employees and subcontractors shall have a
               understanding of verbal and signage warnings pertaining to safety and security.

B.      RESPONSIBLE CONTRACTOR OFFICIALS

        The contractor shall provide the CO or the COTR with a list of names and telephone numbers                 of
        personnel who shall be responsible to respond to emergency calls. Failure to be able to contact any        of
        the persons on the list or their refusal to respond in an emergency situation shall constitute a failure   to
        perform and shall be subject to deduction for damages caused and costs incurred by the Authority           to
        obtain alternative response and remedy to the emergency.


VIII.   METHOD OF PAYMENT

A.      BASE SERVICES

        The contractor may invoice the Authority at the successful completion of each project as listed on the
        contract pricing schedule. Successful completion of a project is defined as COTR approved completion
        of punch list work. There shall be no partial payments. No additional payment will be made to the
        contractor for items not identified on the contract pricing schedule.

B.      SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES

        The contractor shall be reimbursed for supplemental service tasks in accordance with the fully loaded
        square footage rates specified in the pricing schedule. The contractor shall not invoice the Authority for
        any work unless a call order signed by the COTR has been received or for any work described in a call
        order until after all the work described in the call order has been completed to the satisfaction of the
        COTR.


IX.     APPENDICES


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                                         APPENDIX A

                                    AIRPORT SITE PLAN




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                                           APPENDIX B

     TERMINAL B/C INTERIOR STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAMS AND COLUMNS

       Work shall include preparation and painting during the overnight hours of 10:00PM to 5:00AM




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             INTERIOR STRUCTURAL STEEL BEAMS AND COLUMNS
                         Approximately 10,000 Sq. Ft. Total
    (Includes Vertical Pipes, Connector Plates, Support Base, Horizontal Pipes)

144 Vertical Pipes with a focus of 20’ high from the ground (Picture 1), 9 connector plates between each piping
segment (Picture 2), 72 support bases (Picture 3), and 24 horizontal pipes (Picture 4).

                PICTURE 1                                              PICTURE 2
         Visual Reference - Piping                         Visual Reference - Connector Plates




                Picture 3                                                Picture 4
    Visual Reference – Support Base                         Visual Reference – Horizontal Pipe




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                                               APPENDIX C

                 TERMINAL B/C PASSENGER LOADING BRIDGES (PLBs)

                   3 STYLES - APPROXIMATELY 100,000 Sq. Ft. TOTAL

Work shall include preparation and painting of the fully extended PLBs and shall include all exterior sides, top,
stairs, and bag chute surfaces currently painted gray (shown in the picture below and marked by orange
arrows) and top edge rails, support pillars, and height adjustment pillar currently painted yellow (shown in the
picture below and marked by blue arrows). One coat of primer and two finish coats. Work to be performed
during day and/or night operations as airline scheduling permits.




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                      STYLE 1 - Approximately 43,200 Sq. Ft. Total
                                  (Includes 9 PLBs)

                                  Visual Reference PLB 11




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                      STYLE 2 - Approximately 53,000 Sq. Ft. Total
                       (Includes 26 Passenger Loading Bridges)

                                  Visual Reference PLB 12




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                      STYLE 3 - Approximately 3,000 Sq. Ft. Total
                        (Includes 1 Passenger Loading Bridge)

                                 Visual Reference PLB 33A




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                                             APPENDIX D

  TERMINAL B/C ARRIVALS LEVEL GLASS CANOPY SUPPORT STRUCTURES

Work shall include preparation and painting of all exterior surfaces of the beams, support rods, and bases
currently painted yellow (areas shown Picture 1, 2, and 3 marked by orange arrows) and all surfaces of the
façade visible from underneath the canopy which are currently painted white (areas shown in Picture 1, 2, and
3 marked by blue arrows. Work to be performed during the overnight hours of 10:00PM to 5:00AM




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                       Arrivals Level / Canopy Support Structures
                            Approximately 16,000 Sq. Ft. Total
                        (Includes 18 Canopy Support Structures)

                                          PICTURE 1
                                       Visual Reference




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                 PICTURE 2                   PICTURE 3




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                                             APPENDIX E

TERMINAL B/C DEPARTURES LEVEL GLASS CANOPY SUPPORT STRUCTURES

Work shall include preparation and painting of all exterior surfaces of the beams, support rods, and bases
currently painted yellow (areas shown Picture 1, 2, and 3 marked by orange arrows) and all surfaces of the
façade visible from underneath the canopy currently painted white (areas shown in Picture 1, 2, and 3 marked
by blue arrows. Work to be performed during the overnight hours of 10:00PM to 5:00AM




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                     Departures Level Canopy Support Structures
                          Approximately 21,000 Sq. Ft. Total
                      (Includes 27 Canopy Support Structures)

                                          PICTURE 1
                                       Visual Reference




                 PICTURE 2                                PICTURE 3




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                                                APPENDIX F

   TERMINAL B/C DEPARTURES LEVEL UPPER ARCHITECTURAL ALUMINUM
                           “EYEBROWS”

Work shall include preparation and painting of all surfaces and support beams of the Upper Architectural
Aluminum “Eyebrows” currently painted yellow (by example - areas shown Picture 1, 2, and 3 marked by
orange arrows). For visual reference, Picture 1 is of Upper Architectural Aluminum “Eyebrows” directly
adjacent to the street. Picture 2 is of the south terrace facing east and Picture 3 is on the south terrace facing
north. Work to be performed during daytime hours.




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                     ARCHITECTURAL ALUMINUM “EYEBROWS”
                         Approximately 15,000 Sq. Ft. Total
                             (Includes 41 Eyebrows)

                                          PICTURE 1
                                       Visual Reference




                 PICTURE 2                                PICTURE 3




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                                             APPENDIX G

                    TERMINAL B/C ARRIVALS LEVEL BUS SHELTERS

Work shall include preparation and painting of all exterior surfaces which contain yellow paint (areas shown
Picture 1, 2, and 3 marked by orange arrows). Work to be performed during the overnight hours of 10:00PM to
5:00AM




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                            ARRIVALS LEVEL BUS SHELTERS
                             Approximately 1,100 Sq. Ft. Total
                                (Includes 7 Bus Shelters)

                                          PICTURE 1
                                       Visual Reference




                 PICTURE 2                                  PICTURE 3




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                                                APPENDIX H

                                    PRODUCTS AND EXECUTION


                                                PRODUCTS
Primer
Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial – ProCryl Primer; color to match existing or as approved by the COTR.

Paint
Sherwin Williams Pro Industrial - Industrial Enamel 100; color to match existing or as approved by the COTR.


                                      SURFACE PREPARATION
Surface must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, loose paint
and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Power wash surfaces if work is outside.

Iron & Steel
Minimum surface preparation is Hand Tool Clean per SSPC-SP2. Remove all oil and grease from surface by
Solvent Cleaning per SSPC-SP1. For better performance, use Commercial Blast Cleaning per SSPC-SP6,
blast clean all surfaces using a sharp, angular abrasive for optimum surface profile (2 mils). Prime any bare
steel within 8 hours or before flash rusting occurs.

Aluminum
Remove all oil, grease, dirt, oxide and other foreign material by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC-SP1. Primer
required.

Previously Painted Surfaces
If in sound condition, clean the surface of all foreign material. Smooth, hard or glossy coatings and surfaces
should be dulled by abrading the surface. Apply a test area, allowing paint to dry one week before testing
adhesion. If adhesion is poor, or if this product attacks the previous finish, removal of the previous coating may
be necessary. If paint is peeling or badly weathered, clean surface to sound substrate and treat as a new
surface as above.

                                               APPLICATION
General - Apply paint according to manufacturer’s directions. Use applicators and techniques best suited for
substrate and type of material being applied. All workmanship shall be of high quality, and all materials evenly
spread and smoothly flowed on without runs or sags.

The maximum container size for the paint is limited to 5 gallons.

Apply 2 coats. The first coat shall be tinted a lighter color so that it is clear which coat of paint has been
applied. The second coat shall be the finish coat and shall meet the color specifications listed above. Should

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the cleaning or scraping remove any paint to bare metal, that area shall be primed prior to applying the first
coat of paint. All areas where rust is removed shall also be primed prior to the first coat of paint. The contractor
shall provide a uniform spread rate of 2.5 – 4.0 per coat.

The number of coats and the film thickness required are the same regardless of the application method. The
contractor shall not apply succeeding coats until the previous coat has cured for a minimum of 24 hours. The
contractor shall not apply a subsequent coat of paint without prior inspection of the proceeding coat by the
COTR. Sand between applications where sanding is required to produce a smooth, even surface according to
the manufacturer’s directions.

Apply additional coats as necessary if undercoats, stains, or other conditions show through final coat of paint
until paint film is of uniform finish, color, and appearance. Give special attention to ensure that surfaces,
including edges, corners, crevices, welds, and exposed fasteners, receive a dry film thickness equivalent to
that of flat surfaces.

                                                  CLEANING
Cleanup - At the end of each workday the contractor shall remove all equipment, empty cans, rags, rubbish,
and other discarded paint materials from the site. All trash and debris will be disposed of by the contractor, off
site in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, Local laws and regulations.

After completing painting, clean glass and paint-spattered surfaces.           Remove spattered paint without
scratching or causing damage to adjacent finished surfaces.

                                                PROTECTION
Protect all surfaces that are not to be painted, pursuant to this SOW. There shall be no excess paint on the
floors, walls, glass etc., and if so the contractor shall completely remove the excess paint without damage or
discoloration to the surface.

Provide Wet Paint signs to protect newly painted finishes. One day after completion of painting, the contractor
shall remove and discard of all wet paint signs.




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                                             APPENDIX I

                          CONTRACT SERVICES CALL ORDER




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                                RONALD REAGAN WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT
                                                      MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING BRANCH, MA-126



                                           CONTRACT SERVICES CALL ORDER
Prepared:                                                                             Date Prepared:


Type of Work:                                                                         Requested By:

Contractor:                                                                           Contract Number
Address:                                                                              Contractor POC:

                                                                                      Office Telephone :

                                                                                      Emergency Phone
Other Data:                                                                           Contractor Fax:


Location (Name, [Account Code]) and Description of Work




                                                                     Work Estimates

Estimate Date:                                                                        Site Vist Date:
MWAA
Estimator:                                                                            Contractor Estimator:

Work Item(s):                                                                         QTY/UM:




Estimated
Cost:                                                                                 Notes:

APPROVALS / ACCEPTANCE OF TASK
   NOTE: By signing this Call Order, the Contractor acknowledges that he/she will only preform the work described herein after this Call Order is approved in
               writing by the COTR. Furthermore, the cost to the Authority for this work shall not exceed the “Estimated Cost” noted above.



                                                                                       Call Order #

MA-126:                                                      Date:                    Date Issued:

COTR:                                                        Date:                    Date Completed:

Inspector:                                                   Date:                    Date Invoiced Rev'd:

Contractor:                                                  Date:                    Invoice Amount:

Remarks:
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                                         APPENDIX J

                AUTHORITY OWNED INTERIOR MAN LIFT INVENTORY



                                      Terminals B and C
                                  MWAA Owned Interior Man Lifts
                                          Inventory
          MWAA Tag        Make and           Type      Quantity   Year      Maximum
           Number          Model                                             Height
             1121       UpRight X26     Scissor Lift      1       1997         32'
             1122       UpRight X26     Scissor Lift      1       1997         32'
             1123       UpRight TL33    Articulating      1       1997         40'
                                           Boom
             1124       UpRight TL33    Articulating      1       1997         40'
                                           Boom
             1125       Denka Atrium     Aerial Lift      1       1997         81'
                                        Telescoping
             1126       Denka Atrium     Aerial Lift      1       1997         81'
                                        Telescoping




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