CONSTRUCTION BID PACKAGE (CBP)
INVITATION TO BIDDER
Project Title: Demolition of Buildings 1-205, 7-101
Date: March 12, 2010
Project Location: Gary Job Corps Community
2800 Airport Hwy 21 E., P.O. Box 967
San Marcos, TX 78666
Owner: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (DOL)
Site Operator: Management & Training Corporation (MTC)
500 N Marketplace Dr., P.O. Box 10, Centerville, Utah 84014
Pre-bid Conference: Mandatory Gary Job Corps Community, Building 11-215
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 at 10:00 AM
Bids are due at bid opening: Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at 3:00 PM
Submit bid to: Gary Job Corps Community, Attn: Janie Sauseda, Buyer at Project
Contract type: Fixed price, single lump sum contract
Contract Documents: This construction bid package contains the Construction Statement
of Work, Contractual Requirements, Drawings and/or
Specifications describing the extent of the work.
INSTRUCTONS TO BIDDER
1. Bid: Bid shall be submitted on MTC Bid Form and must be signed by an authorized official of the company
2. Bid Submission: Deliver bid to Buyer, prior to the time stated in the Invitation to Bid. Bids maybe
delivered by hand, Fed Ex, Express Mail, UPS, and USPS.
3. Performance Bond and Payment Bond: Performance Bond and (Labor & Material) Payment Bond are required.
Surety Company shall have an A- rating unless otherwise approved by Corporate Director Risk Management. Upon
receipt of the “Intent to Award” letter the successful bidder shall deliver bonds within 7 business days.
4. Site Inspection: Each bidder shall examine the CBP and shall inspect the construction site, prior to submitting a bid.
Requests for extra time or payment are not warranted for conditions arising during construction that were apparent
prior to submission of the bid. Unforeseen conditions arising during construction that were not apparent prior to bid
submission shall be brought to the immediate attention of the Buyer.
5. Acceptance of Bid: The contract, if awarded, will be to the lowest responsive bider. MTC shall be the sole
judge as to the lowest responsive bid and reserves the right to waive any irregularity or technicality in bids received.
The formal agreement shall be executed on the MTC purchase order form. The apparent low bidder shall submit a list
of three references for projects of comparable scope. The references shall include the company name, phone
number, contact person, address, description and size of the project and date the work was performed. The Buyer
shall send to the successful bidder a letter of intent to award the contract, whereupon the bidder shall submit the
following data: proof of insurance; performance and payment bonds (when required); and proof of business license.
BID FOR LUMP SUM CONTRACT
PROPOSAL OF____________________ ________________________ Date: _____________
To: MTC/Gary Job Corps Community
2800 Airport Hwy 21 E (P.O. Box 967)
San Marcos, TX 78666 (78667-0967)
In compliance with your Construction Statement of Work, dated May 12, 2010 , the undersigned hereby proposes to
furnish all labor (in compliance with the Davis-Bacon Act and current Wage Decision when applicable), materials,
supervision, tools, equipment and transportation and to perform all work for the construction and completion of:
Demolition of Buildings 1-205 and 7-101
For the following sums: (show amounts in both written form and figures. Base Bid Completion of Project as Specified
I (We) acknowledge receipt of Addenda Numbers________.
The undersigned shall honor bid for one hundred twenty (120) days after the date of opening of the bids and if written
notice of bid acceptance is provided, will enter into formal agreement with MTC/Gary Job Corps Community. We will
execute and deliver all required bonds, insurances and contractual documents.
I am (we are) prepared to furnish Performance and Payment Bonds in the required amount with (indicate name of A-
rated surety company) ___________________________________ as surety, subject to your approval.
The undersigned, if awarded a contract for all or part of the work, agrees to place orders promptly for all materials
required for the work; to prosecute the work diligently to the full extent allowed by conditions within his control; and to
complete the work of the contract within sixty (60) consecutive calendar days after written Notice to Proceed.
I (We) further agree to pay MTC/Gary Job Corps Community, not as a penalty, but as liquidated damages for breach of
contract, the sum of two hundred dollars ($200) day for each and every calendar day thereafter that the work remains
(Seal if Corporation)
Contractor License No/State: ______________________ Taxpayer Identification No.(TIN)________________
Business Address _______________________________________________________________
Phone#: ____________________ Fax#: ____________________ Email: ______________________________
CONSTRUCTION STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW)
SECTION 1: Contractual Requirements
A. Codes and Standards
1. The contractor shall in accomplishing the SOW use to the extent practicable, as long as
they are deemed reasonable and desirable by the U.S. Department of Labor, building
codes, ordinances, and regulations which are enforced by City, County, State or relevant
Federal agencies. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations shall also apply.
2. All work associated with this SOW shall follow as far as practicable the “Uniform Federal
Accessibility Standards” (UFAS) as printed in the Federal Register, April 1, 1988.
Specific provisions are not provided for accessibility of the visually and hearing impaired.
3. All construction work shall adhere to the current edition of the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA) Standard No. 101, Life Safety Code. References and standards
referenced with NFPA No. 101 are considered part of the Life Safety Code and serve as
minimum requirements when applicable.
4. All electrical work shall meet the requirements of the latest edition of the National
Electrical Code (NEC) and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) Handbook. All
ventilation work shall meet the requirements of the American Society of Heating,
Refrigerating, Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).
5. Refrigeration machines must comply with Clean Air Act amendment Title VI:
Stratospheric Ozone Protection and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 40, Part 82:
Protection of Stratospheric Ozone. No chloro-fluorocarbon (CFC) refrigerants are
permitted in new refrigeration machines. Hydrochloro-fluorocarbon (HCFC) refrigerants
may be considered if the life cycle cost analysis shows them to be cost effective. Factors
to be included in the analysis are capacity, operation and maintenance requirements and
6. Refrigeration machines using refrigerants must be equipped with fittings and equipment
for recovery, recycling and purging. Required protection systems include monitors and
alarms, and electrical phase control.
7. The U.S. Department of Labor requires that any asbestos-related work to be accomplished
under this SOW conform to the current regulations enforced by the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA), the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
(NESHAP), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and the National
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Where the regulations of the State
are more stringent than those of the Federal Government, the regulations of the State shall
8. All new work of this project shall be in accordance with federal directives for energy
conservation. All construction shall conform to the current edition of the Model Energy
Code used in the state where the work is performed. With respect to energy and water
conservation and in conformity with EPACT-92, Title 10 Code of Federal Regulations
(10CFR), and Executive Order #13123, all HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems and
other energy related components of the work shall meet or exceed Standard ASHRAE/IES
90.1 and/or local conservation codes, whichever is the more stringent.
9. All equipment and appliances must meet the Equipment and Appliance Standards Program
set by the US Department of Energy (DOE). Manufacturers must use standard test
procedures developed by DOE to prove the energy use and efficiency of their products.
An ENERGY STAR qualified equipment and appliances must carry the EnergyGuide
B. Davis-Bacon Act
1. This project is subject to the provisions of the Davis-Bacon Act for construction work on a
federal facility. Accordingly, the contractor and subcontractors shall be required to comply
with the current Davis Bacon Wage Decision for the locality where the work is performed.
The Davis-Bacon Act provides that all laborers and mechanics employed by contractors
and subcontractors in any construction, alteration or repair, including painting and
decorating projects, buildings, and works which are federally funded, shall be paid
prevailing wages and receives fringe benefits at rates not less than those on similar
construction in accordance with the published Wage Decision. A copy of the current
Wage Decision is attached.
2. The Contractor shall be required to post a notice or sign (bilingual) in a prominent location
at the project site informing all workers of their rights under the Davis- Bacon Act. The
contractor shall provide proof of compliance with the Wage Decision (wage rate and fringe
benefit) via weekly payroll records and certification that employees are being paid
according to payroll records. Certified Payroll Records shall be submitted to the Buyer
3. The Buyer will compare the payroll record with the daily visitor/contractor sign in log at
the security gate. Any discrepancies between the payroll record and the Site log shall be
reconciled by the Contractor before a progress payment will be made.
C. Required Insurance
1. Prior to the effective date of the contract, the Contractor shall provide the Buyer with proof
of insurance via certificate of insurance (ACORD 25-S) and deliver same to Management
& Training Corporation (MTC), operator of the Gary Job Corps Community. Such
certificate shall identify the contract between MTC and the Contractor and contain
provisions that insurance coverage afforded under the policy shall not be canceled,
terminated or materially altered until at least thirty (30) days prior written notice has been
given to MTC.
2. The Contractor shall defend, indemnify, and hold harmless MTC and its officers, directors,
employees, agents, shareholders, partners, joint ventures, affiliates, successors and assigns
from and against any and all liabilities, obligations, claims, demands, suits, losses,
expenses, damages, fines, judgments, settlements and penalties, including, without
limitation, costs, expenses and attorney’s fees incident thereto, arising out of or based upon
contract damages, property damage or bodily injury (including death at any time resulting
therefrom) to any person including Subcontractor’s employees, affiliates, or agents,
occasioned by or in connection with (1) Subcontractor’s performance of (or failure to
perform) the contract duties hereunder; (2) a violation of any laws or any negligent act or
omission by Subcontractor or its affiliates, subcontractors, agents or employees during the
performance of the contract duties hereunder; or (3) a breach of this Agreement by
contractor or any of its affiliates, subcontractors, agents, or employees. The aforesaid
obligation of indemnity shall be construed so as to extend to all legal, defense and
investigation costs, as well as all other reasonable costs, expenses and liabilities incurred
by the party indemnified, from and after the time at which the party indemnified received
notification (whether verbal or written) that a claim or demand is to be made or may be
made. Contractor’s obligation under this section does not extend to any liability caused by
the sole negligence of MTC. The Contractor's liability shall not be limited by any
provisions or limits of insurance set forth in the contract. MTC shall reasonably notify the
Contractor of any claim for which it may be liable under this paragraph
3. Without limiting any liability or any other obligations of the Contractor, the Contractor
shall provide and maintain and cause its subcontractors to provide and maintain insurance
coverage with forms and insurers acceptable to MTC, until all obligations under the
contract are satisfied, as follows:
a. Workers’ Compensation insurance to cover obligations imposed by Federal and State
statutes having jurisdiction of its employees engaged in the performance of this
contract, and Employers’ Liability insurance with a minimum limit of five hundred
thousand dollars ($500,000). Evidence of qualified self-insured status shall also
suffice for this section.
b. Commercial General Liability insurance with a minimum combined single limit of one
million dollars ($1,000,000) each occurrence and an aggregate of one million
dollars ($1,000,000). The policy shall include coverage for bodily injury, personal
injury, broad form property damage, blanket contractual, contractor’s protective,
products and complete operations.
c. Comprehensive Automobile Liability insurance with a minimum combined single
limit of one million dollars ($1,000,000) for each occurrence; and an aggregate of
one million dollars (1,000,000), coverage applying to “Any Auto”. Contractors
who are unable to meet this requirement should provide a detailed statement as to
their current coverage for further consideration.
4. The policies required shall name MTC/Gary Job Corps Community, its agents, officials
and employees as additional insured and shall specify that the insurance afforded the
Contractor shall be primary insurance and that any insurance coverage carried by MTC or
its employees shall be excess coverage except as provided by state law, and not
contributory insurance to that provided by the Contractor.
5. Failure on the part of the Contractor to provide and maintain the required liability
insurance and provide proof thereof to MTC within thirty (30) days following
commencement of a new policy period, shall constitute a material breach of the contract
upon which MTC may immediately terminate this contract.
D. Resolution of Disputes
In the event either party commences legal action to enforce any term of this Agreement, the prevailing
party in such action will be entitled to recover its costs and attorneys fees incurred in such action from
the other party. Default any payments due under this agreement will incur interest, 18% per annum.
E. Performance and Payment Bond
1. The contractor shall provide bonds covering performance of the contract and payment of
obligations arising hereunder. The bonds must be obtained through an A- rated Surety
Company and authorized to do business in the state where the work under this contract is
performed. The A- rating can be obtained through the A.M. Best website
2. The performance bond shall be in an amount equal to 100 percent; the payment bond in an
amount equal to 50 percent, of the contract sum. Bonds shall be executed on AIA A-311
& AIA A-312 respectively. The cost of the bond shall be included in the contract sum.
F. Pre-Bid Site Inspection
. Prior to submitting the bid, bidders are required to visit the facility to make field
measurements, evaluations, etc. to become familiar with existing conditions.
G. Drawings and Specifications
1. This Construction SOW contains material specifications and/or drawings relevant to the
work. The Contractor shall review the project specifications and any drawings to become
familiar with the extent of the work. The contractor shall not submit drawings and
specifications to local or state building authority for approval or building permit without
prior approval of the Buyer.
2. MTC makes no assurance to the Contractor as to the accuracy of the drawings and
completeness of the specifications. For clarification of any part of the SOW, address
questions to the Buyer. The Contractor shall be responsible for all incidental work not
specified but required by building codes or professional practice for the complete and
correct installation of the work. No allowance will be made for failure of the Contractor or
subcontractors to correctly interpret and clearly understand the intent of the SOW and their
responsibility to perform the work in full.
H. Facility Operating Hours
The Site shall remain in operation throughout construction. All anticipated interruptions to
Site operations shall have prior approval from the Buyer in order to minimize disruption to
Site operations. Contractor access to the work site shall be limited to the period from 7:30
A.M. through 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. No work will be performed on weekends
without prior approval from the Buyer.
1. The Contractor shall provide a competent job superintendent, job foreman, or lead man
who is authorized to act for the contractor and will be on site daily to oversee and direct the
work. The contractor’s employees shall conduct themselves in an orderly manner and
abide by the Site rules and regulations as follows:
a. Prior to entering the Site, sign the visitor log at Security Office
b. Observe security regulations
c. Shall not be permitted to use the food services facilities (at Site’s discretion)
d. Shall not fraternize with students
e. Shall not consume or transport alcohol, drugs or firearms onto the Site
2. The Site reserves the right to direct the removal from the premises any contractors’
employee or sub-contractor for conduct in violation of Site regulations and which is
deemed detrimental to Sites operation.
J. Notice to Proceed
1. Upon receipt of written “Notice to Proceed” from the Buyer, the contractor shall begin the
work within fourteen (14) days from date of notice.
2. A pre-construction meeting shall be held at the Site after execution of the contract.
3. Prior to commencing work, the Contractor shall submit to the Buyer a list of all employees
(name and title or trade) who are or will be assigned to work on the project. The
Contractor shall update the “authorized” list, adding or deleting names as necessary. The
list will be maintained at the Security office, main gate. Employees showing up at the
main gate whose names are not on the authorized list shall be denied access to the Site.
4. Employees/subcontractors must show valid driver’s license and proof of auto insurance
before their vehicles will be permitted on Site.
K. Construction Schedule
The Contractor shall submit a detailed schedule (bar chart) for construction progress to the
Buyer for review and approval prior to commencing work.
L. Protection and Safety
1. The contractor shall maintain a clean and safe work area.
2. The Contractor shall provide temporary barricades/fencing and other forms of protection to
protect construction workers, MTC staff and students from injury. The contractor shall
protect from damage existing facilities and finishes that are to remain, and promptly repair
damages to existing facilities at no additional cost to the contract.
3. The Contractor shall receive and store all materials, equipment, and other items to be used
in accomplishing the work and to protect them against loss or damage. The Contractor
shall be responsible for all equipment and materials brought on the Site. Damaged or
missing/lost items shall be replaced at the contractor’s expense.
4. The contractor shall submit to the Site safety officer, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
on all construction materials of a hazardous nature that will be brought on Site.
M. Temporary Facilities and Staging Area
. Mobile storage/office facilities shall be the responsibility of the contractor. Coordinate
with the Site for location of a staging area and vehicle parking. Electricity will be made
available by the Site. Connection to existing power shall be by the contractor.
N. Collection and Disposal of Waste
. The contractor shall, at the end of each work day, store properly and secure all hazardous
and potentially dangerous material substances used in the work. Construction debris shall
be collected daily by the contractor. Disposal shall be off Site, in accordance with
applicable law. The contractor shall be responsible for all fees. Permits, etc., required for
construction waste management and disposal. Copies of Certificates of Disposal for
hazardous materials must be submitted to the Buyer.
O. Project Coordination
. The Buyer, Contractor and Site shall hold weekly or bi-weekly meetings for the purpose of
coordinating project activities, discuss administrative issues, submittals, Change Order
(CO) requests and proposals, resolve conflicts, update schedules, review progress and
payment applications. The Contractor will submit updated list of subcontractors/employees
to the Buyer.
P. Changes in the Work
1. When a question arises during the work, the Contractor shall submit in writing a Request
for Information (RFI) to the Buyer. The answer or solution to the RFI will be discussed in
the Progress Meeting.
2. Minor changes in the work, recommended by the Site or Contractor that do not involve a
change to the Contract Sum or the Performance time shall be made after written instruction
from the Buyer authorizing the Contractor to proceed with the agreed upon changes.
3. When changes in the work involve adjustment to the Contract Sum or the Performance
time, or both, the Contractor shall submit to the Buyer in writing a Request for Change
(RFC) with the following:
a. The RFC shall include a statement outlining the reason for the change, i.e.
unforeseen conditions, product substitution, value engineering, etc. and a complete
description of the change.
b. Include a list of quantities of products to be purchased and unit costs.
Indicate the amount of trade discounts, if any.
c. Show equipment rental costs, delivery charges, applicable taxes, other fees.
d. If product or system substitution is being requested provide complete
supporting data from both specified product/system and proposed substitute
e. Include a statement indicating the effect the proposed change will have on
the Contract performance time (number of days added or deleted) to the
f. Show the total cost of the proposed change. In such change order proposals
that increase the contract sum, profit and overhead shall be computed as follows:
1. The Contractor’s combined profit and overhead on work performed by
his own crews shall not exceed 20% of the total direct costs.
2. The Contractor’s commission (mark-up) on work performed by his
subcontractors shall not exceed 10% of the direct total costs.
3. Subcontractor profit and overhead shall not exceed 20% of total direct
g. When the Site and the Contractor both agree to the change request as
proposed or as modified, the Contractor will submit a contract modification
(change order) for the Contractor’s signature and the Center Director’s signature,
approving the change. Contract modifications shall be executed as Change Orders
on AIA Document G 701 or equivalent.
h. The Contractor is responsible to keep the work progressing on schedule.
Requests for changes in the work shall not be considered as instruction to delay or
stop work. Work on the requested change shall not be performed until after the
Change Order (CO) has executed.
Q. Progress Payments to Contractor
1. Submit applications to the Buyer monthly as the work proceeds or at intervals of percentage
2. Use American Institute of Architects (AIA) forms for payment application.
3. Schedule of Values
a. Prior to the first application for payment, the Contractor shall submit the
Schedule of Values as a basis for the Buyer to compute the value of the work
completed to date for approval of the progress payment.
b. The Schedule shall list the installed value of the component parts of the
construction work in sufficient detail for the Buyer to accurately verify the value of
work in place.
c. For payment requests that include stored materials, breakdown the value: 1-the cost
of the materials, delivered and off loaded, with taxes paid (if any) and 2.-the total
installed value. To receive payment for stored materials, materials must be stored
in a bonded warehouse. Contractor shall provide purchase orders and bonded
storage documentation with payment request.
d. Break down the value of major component parts into sub-values for each major
product or construction trade operation.
e. For the various components listed on the Schedule, the value of each shall include a
directly proportional amount of the Contractor’s overhead and profit.
a. The Site shall retain five percent (5%) of the requested progress payment amount
until substantial completion and acceptance of the installed work.
b. When the work is substantially completed, the Site shall retain only an amount
considered adequate to complete or correct any unfinished and/or unacceptable
items noted on the finial punch list.
R. Substantial Completion
1. When the work is substantially complete, the Contractor shall notify the Buyer in writing
requesting inspection of the work. A substantial completion inspection shall be conducted
by the Site and the Contractor to develop a punch list consisting of items that are
incomplete, do not meet the specifications, or are not of acceptable workmanship. When
the Site accepts the project as substantially complete, the Site will take occupancy and the
Contractor will issue the Substantial Completion Certificate. The date of substantial
completion stops the performance time clock and establishes the date of commencement of
manufacturer’s warranties and guarantees. The Contractor shall submit their written
Guarantee of Workmanship, Labor and Materials for the period established by the state’s
statute of limitations.(typically one (1) year).
2. The contractor shall provide to the Site at the substantial completion, two complete
operation and maintenance manuals (O&M) including manufacturer’s product data sheets
for all equipment supplied, detailed parts lists and equipment maintenance requirements.
In addition, submit certificates of manufacturer’s warranties and guarantees for equipment
and materials installed as part of the project.
3. The Contractor shall provide the Substantial Completion Pay Request. The pay request will
include the remaining dollar value of the contract, plus retainage, less liquidated damages
if accessed, and less the amount agreed upon for correcting the punch list items.
S. Final Acceptance – Contract Closeout
When the Contractor has completed all of the work on the punch list, they shall submit to
the Buyer the Notice of Final Completion and Final Pay Request, in addition to, the
a. Consent of Surety to Final Payment
b. Contractor’s Certificate of Release of Liens
c. Contractor’s Certificate of Payment of Debts and Claims
d. Final Davis Bacon Payroll Reports
1. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)
The contractor shall be required to adhere to the FAR Clause(s) applicable to this project. The section and
title of the applicable clause(s) is listed below.
52.252.2 CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998)
This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if
they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available.
Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these address(es):
a. All Construction Contracts:
52.204-9 Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel
52.211-12 Liquidated Damages
52.219-8 Utilization of Small Business Concerns
52.222-4 Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act
52.222-7 Withholding of Funds
52.222-11 Subcontracts (Labor Standards)
52.222-21 Prohibition of Segregated Facilities
52.222-26 Equal Opportunity
52.222-50 Combating Trafficking in Persons
52.223-15 Energy Efficiency in Energy-consuming Products
52.224-01 Privacy Act Notification
52.225-13 Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases
52.228-15 Performance and Payment Bonds – Construction
52.232-8 Discounts for Prompt Payment
52.232-13 Notice of Progress Payments
52.232-16 Progress Payments
52.232-18 Availability of Funds
52.232-27 Prompt Payment for Construction Contracts
52.233-3 Protest after Award
52.236-5 Material and Workmanship
52.236-7 Permits and Responsibilities
52.236-9 Protection of Existing Vegetation, Structures,
Equipment, Utilities and Improvements
52.243-3 Changes-Time and Material or Labor Hours
b. For all Construction Contracts in excess of $2,000 (include all of the above):
52.222-6 Davis-Bacon Act
52.222-8 Payrolls and Basic Records
52.222-9 Apprentices and Trainees
52.222-10 Compliance with Copeland Act Requirements
52.222-13 Compliance with Davis-Bacon and Related Act Regulations
52.222-12 Contract Termination-Debarment
52.222-14 Disputes Concerning Labor Standards
52.222-15 Certification of Eligibility
52.222-17 Labor Standards for Construction
c. For all Construction Contracts greater than $10,000 (include all of the above):
52.222-22 Previous Contracts and Compliance Reports
52.222-27 Affirmative Action Compliance Requirements for Construction
52.222-36 Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities
d. For all Construction Contracts greater than $30,000 (include all of the above):
52.209-6 Protecting the Government’s Interest When Subcontracting with Contractor
Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment
e. For all Construction Contracts greater than $100,000 (include all of the above):
52.203-6 Restrictions on Subcontractor Sales to the Government
52.203-7 Anti-kickback Procedures
52.203-12 Limitation on Payments to Influence Certain Federal Transactions
52.209-5 Certificate Regarding Debarment, Suspension
52.215-02 Audit and Records – Negotiation
52.215-12 Subcontractor Cost or Pricing Data
52.215-13 Subcontractor Cost or Pricing Data-Modifications
52.222-2 Payment of Overtime Premiums
52.222-35 Affirmative Action for Disabled Veterans and Veterans of the Vietnam Era
52.222-37 Employment Reports on Disabled Veterans and
Veterans of the Vietnam Era
52.222-39 Notification of Employee Rights Concerning Payment
of Union Dues or Fees
52.227-1 Authorization and Consent
52.223-14 Toxic Chemical Release Reporting
52.236-2 Differing Site Conditions
52.236-3 Site Investigation and Conditions Affecting the Work
52.236-6 Superintendence by the Contractor
52.236-8 Other Contracts
52.236-10 Operation and Storage Areas
52.236-11 Use and Possession prior to Completion
52.236-12 Cleaning Up
52.236-13 Accident Prevention Schedule for Construction
f. For all Construction Contracts greater than $550,000 (include all of the above):
52.219-9 Small Business Subcontracting Plan
g. For all Construction Contracts greater than $650,000 (include all of the above):
52.215-11 Price Reduction for Defective Cost and Pricing Data
52.203-2 Cost Accounting Standards
52.230-3 Disclosure and Consistency of Cost Accounting Practices
52.230-6 Administration of Cost Accounting Standards
h. For all Construction Contracts greater than $5.000,000 (include all of the above):
52.203-13 Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct
52.203-14 Display of Hotline Poster
SECTION II. EXTENT OF THE WORK
The following STC Environmental Services Inc. Pre-Renovation/Demolition Asbestos Inspection reports are
incorporated in their entirety:
STC Project No 10215A – Pre-Renovation/Demolition Asbestos Inspection at Bldg. 1-205,
Gary Job Corps Center, San Marcos, Texas Dated April 27, 2010
STC Project No. 10215B – Pre-Renovation/Demolition Asbestos Inspection at Bldg. 7-101,
Gary Job Corps Center, San Marcos, Texas Dated April 27, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. GENERAL ........................................................................................................................... 14
II. CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................... 14
A. CODES ................................................................................................................................ 14
B. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................. 15
C. SPECIAL CONDITIONS .................................................................................................... 17
D. SCHEDULE AND DELAYS .............................................................................................. 17
III. BID REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................................... 18
A. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................. 18
IV. ACCEPTANCE OF WORK ................................................................................................ 19
A. SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION ....................................................................................... 19
B. FINAL INSPECTION ......................................................................................................... 19
V. EXTENT OF WORK ........................................................................................................... 19
A. GENERAL ........................................................................................................................... 20
B. PROGRAMMATIC REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................. 20
C. ASBESTOS-CONTAINING MATERIALS AND POLY-CHORINATED BIPHENYLS
FLUORESCENT LIGHT BALLASTS ............................................................................... 20
D. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................... 22
E. SITE WORK ........................................................................................................................ 23
F. UTILITIES ........................................................................................................................... 23
VI. SKETCHES ......................................................................................................................... 24
A. VICINITY MAP .................................................................................................................. 24
B. LOCATION PLAN .............................................................................................................. 25
C. SITE PLAN 28
D. PLANS AND PHOTOS OF BUILDINGS TO BE DEMOLISHED................................... 29
DEMOLITION SCOPE OF WORK
FOR CENTER EXECUTION
GARY JOB CORPS CENTER
SAN MARCOS, TEXAS
The extent of work is to demolish the following buildings:
1-205 Vacant Storage; 3,276 GSF; Wood Building, Foundation: Wood Pier and Beam
7-101 Print Shop, 11,460 GSF, Foundation: Concrete, Building: Wood, Roof: Wood,
in accordance with applicable codes and regulations. A more detailed description of the work
may be found in Part V - “EXTENT OF WORK.”
II. CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS
1. The contractor will conform to all applicable state and local codes, ordinances, and
regulations including the national building code commonly used in the area.
2. All conflicts and requests for interpretation or clarification shall be submitted to the
Gary Job Corps Center.
All work shall conform to the current regulations of the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA), and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). The
regulations of the State of Texas shall prevail if they are more stringent than those of
the Federal Government. The contractor shall notify federal, state and local authorities
of the demolition, asbestos abatement and hazardous materials removal. All material
shall be properly disposed of in a legal landfill or other legal disposal facility.
3. The contractor shall acquire and pay for all permits and fees required for demolition,
and disposal of lead-based paint, asbestos work, and all other hazardous waste
4. The contractor shall not submit plans or specifications to any local authority without
the prior approval of the Gary Job Corps Center Director or designated representative.
5. Because the work may disturb painted wall surfaces, the contractor shall comply with
the requirements of 29 CFR 1926.62 and state and local requirements for lead-based
paint. For the purposes of this demolition work, the contractor shall collect samples as
necessary to determine whether waste will be hazardous in accordance with 40 CFR
261. All demolished debris shall be disposed of in accordance with applicable solid
and hazardous waste regulations.
6. The contractor’s responsibility for safety related requirements extends to all impacted
areas and access ways affected by the work as in Life Safety Code NFPA- 101.
B. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Prior to submitting a bid, the prospective bidder must visit the site and become
thoroughly familiar with all pertinent conditions that are included in this Scope of
Work. The prospective bidder must take such steps as may be necessary to ascertain
the nature and condition of the work, and the general and local conditions which can
affect the work or cost thereof. Failure to do so shall not relieve bidders from the
responsibility for estimating properly the difficulty or cost of successfully performing
the work. Arrangements must be made with the center prior to inspecting the site.
2. A pre-bid walk-through will be conducted at the project site with all interested
contractors prior to the bid opening date. At that time, questions related to the areas of
work can be presented and discussed with the center. Other opportunities may be
available for contractors to visit the site by making arrangements with the center at
least 24 hours in advance. The contact person at the center is Howard Mosesman who
can be reached at phone number (512) 396-6543.
3. Any proposed interruption to center operations during demolition must have prior
approval at least 72 hours beforehand from the Center Director. The center and its
Buildings shall remain in operation throughout demolition. All demolition activity and
contractor access to the Building shall be coordinated with the center in order to
minimize disruption of center operations. No work will be performed on weekends
unless the contractor receives prior approval in writing from the Center Director.
4. The contractor shall provide an appropriate security system and facilities to protect
WORK and buildings from unauthorized entry, vandalism, and theft. The center shall
not be held to have incurred any liability for loss of, and damage to, materials, tools,
and equipment of contractor by contract or otherwise. The center shall not in any way
be liable or responsible for damage or loss to Work due to trespass or theft.
5. Although this Scope of Work identifies specific elements of demolition, it is the
contractor's responsibility to provide any and all elements which are incidental to the
functioning of the work to be provided. It is not intended that other deficiencies that
are not related to the work identified in Section V of this Scope be corrected. The
contractor shall limit its efforts only to the work that has been identified (including
affected areas) in this Scope of Work.
6. As-built construction drawings of the buildings involved may not be available. The
contractor is required to familiarize himself with the existing conditions affecting the
work through site verification. The contractor will be responsible for verification of all
dimensions, layout, and conditions in and around the demolition area involved. The
contractor shall inform the center immediately of any unforeseen conditions which may
affect the work.
7. A pre-construction meeting shall be held at the center after execution of the contract
and prior to commencement of the work. Those in attendance may include the ESC
PM, and the Center Director or his/ her representative. The contractor and major sub-
contractors shall attend the meeting. The meeting agenda shall include significant items
which could affect the progress, demolition schedule, critical sequencing, use of
premises, and policies governing interaction with center staff and students.
8. For work scheduling, the contractor shall provide a sequenced demolition schedule to
the center for approval no later than 10 days after he receives a Notice of Award
(NOA) indicating the areas he desires and the periods of time he requires them vacant
in order to perform his work.
9. The contractor shall be responsible for all cutting and patching incidental to the work
described herein. The contractor shall promptly repair/replace any damage to
structures, elements, utilities, finishes, etc., occurring due to demolition, as a part of
this contract. Restoration of damaged elements or surfaces shall be promptly executed
in like materials, as a part of this contract.
10. The contractor shall maintain a clean and safe work area throughout the period of
demolition. The contractor shall, at the end of each work day, secure all demolition
debris and hazardous and potentially dangerous materials used in the work. The
contractor shall collect demolition material and debris frequently and dispose of debris
and refuse away from the center in a lawful manner. The contractor shall clean the
exterior public areas impacted by demolition dust, dirt and debris on a daily basis. The
contractor shall be responsible for all fees, permits, etc., required for waste disposal.
11. The contractor shall be responsible for receiving, storing, and securing of all materials,
equipment and other items to be used in accomplishing the work. The contractor shall
be responsible for all equipment and materials brought onto the center and shall replace
damaged or stolen items at its expense.
12. The contractor and all persons employed under the contract:
a. Shall observe all security regulations in effect at the center;
b. Shall be permitted to use the food service facilities at the center w/purchase of meal
c. Shall not fraternize with the students or staff of the center;
d. Shall not consume or transport any alcoholic beverages or drugs on the center;
e. Shall not transport any firearms on the center
Persons violating the above shall be dealt with in an appropriate manner.
13. The contractor shall be required to be licensed by the appropriate authority in the area
to conduct the required contractual work. (On non-Government owned facilities, the
contractor shall file with the appropriate local jurisdiction, drawings, specifications and
any other pertinent data reasonably proper for their information, after receipt of
approval from the Center Director or the designated representative. The contractor will
be required to pay all necessary fees to local authorities for inspection or for the
privilege or right to execute the contract documents and shall include the cost of said
fees in his lump sum bid).
14. The contractor will coordinate with the center for locations of staging areas, and
15. Water and electricity will be made available by the center. Connections to existing
power and water shall be by the contractor. Following completion, the contractor shall
return the site conditions to their original state.
C. SPECIAL CONDITIONS
1. Acceptance of “As Is” conditions
Prior to performing any work at or on an existing center element, the contractor shall
tour that element with the designated representative of the center for the purpose of
defining the limits of his work area and establishing existing conditions. Once the
center and the contractor agree on the “As Is” condition the contractor may take
possession of that element for the purpose of performing the work. He shall protect all
existing items within the work limits which are not specifically part of the work in the
Contract and, at the completion of his work shall restore as necessary the work area to
the “As Is” condition agreed to with the center prior to commencement of the work. If
there is concern that the work area contains damaged elements that might appear as
damage caused by the execution of the work, the contractor shall document the damage
through memo or video tape the work area and provide a copy to the center prior to
commencing any work.
2. Contractors’ possession of the work
Once the contractor accepts the work area(s) and the “As Is” conditions (item 1 above),
he is responsible for protecting and insuring everything within the work area against
damage and harm. Only when the center executes a substantial completion certificate
for the work completed in a specific work area will the contractor be relieved of
responsibility for the protection of that work area.
D. SCHEDULE AND DELAYS
1. The contractor shall, upon acceptance of his proposal by the center, perform the work
in accordance with the Scope of Work, and start work within 14 days of issue of Notice
to Proceed (NTP) by the center. All work, including punch list items, shall be
completed within 60 days after written NTP.
2. The contractor shall immediately notify the center of any expected delays in the
acquisition of materials which may delay the completion of the project. Should this
impact the approved demolition sequence schedule (item II.B.7 above) the contractor
shall adjust the schedule and resubmit it for center approval. No extensions in time will
be granted unless the modified schedule is approved by the center.
III. BID REQUIREMENTS
A. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Each bidder shall submit a sealed bid based upon Part V, Extent of Work.
2. Bids shall be submitted for the work as a basis for the contract. The prospective bidder
shall submit a bid for a Single Lump Sum Contract.
3. The bid shall include all labor, material, and equipment costs, and all incidental costs
necessary to complete the work.
4. The contractor must include with his/her proposal, certification that he/she will
conform to the latest Davis-Bacon Wage Rate decisions for the area.
5. A minimum 120-day bid guarantee is required.
6. This project is tax-exempt.
7. The contractor shall provide a list of similar projects completed by its firm and a list
of references, including owners' names, addresses and telephone numbers.
8. Prior to starting any work, the contractor shall show proof of required insurance, in
amounts to cover risk or as required by statute, including:
a. Automobile Insurance;
b. Liability Insurance; this shall remain in effect for a minimum period of one year
from the time of substantial completion but in no event less than the time required
to complete all warranty work.
c. Workmen's Compensation
d. Asbestos/Environmental Liability with a minimum $1,000,000 Occurrence based
policy from an underwriter with an A.M. Best rating of A- or better lawfully
authorized to do business in Texas
9. All firms submitting bids for this project shall have no less than five consecutive year’s
IV. ACCEPTANCE OF WORK
A. SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION
1. Substantial completion of the work is defined herein as the point at which the work is
complete in all respects except for a few minor items which are to be listed on the
contractor’s punch list. With the issuance of a substantial completion certificate
executed by the center and the contractor, the center will occupy/take possession of the
work and operate the installed systems/equipment which was impacted during
demolition. Prior to the issuance of an executed substantial completion certificate the
contractor shall have had all tests completed, witnessed and approved by the center’s
authorized representative. The proper removal of demolition debris and associated
waste, site restoration, capping of utilities and other such requirements specified in this
Scope of Work shall be a prerequisite to the contractor’s notification requesting a
substantial completion walk-through.
2. The contractor shall notify the center in writing at least five (5) days prior to the
estimated date of substantial completion and request a substantial completion walk-
through. The letter shall include a dated punch list as developed by the contractor. The
purpose of the walk-through is to review the contractor’s list for accuracy and to
identify any additional items needing completion prior to final acceptance. The
contractor, shall, upon receipt of a substantial completion punch list, correct his work
as required within ten (10) days or until acceptable to the center. The substantial
completion walk-through shall be performed by the Center Director and/or the
3. The date of the center's acknowledgment of substantial completion shall establish the
date of commencement of the contractor's one (1) year guarantee of workmanship.
B. FINAL INSPECTION
1. The contractor shall inform the center in writing at least three days prior to the
estimated date of the completion of the work and request a final acceptance inspection.
2. The contractor shall guarantee all workmanship done under this Scope of Work for a
period of one year. Prior to final payment, the contractor shall deliver to the center, a
consent of surety of final payment and release of liens by all subcontractors associated
with this project.
V. EXTENT OF WORK
The extent of work is to demolish the following buildings:
1-205 Vacant Storage; 3,276 GSF; Wood Building, Foundation: Wood Pier and Beam
7-101 Print Shop, 11,460 GSF, Foundation: Concrete, Building: Wood, Roof: Wood,
The contractor shall prepare a hazardous materials inspection and abatement plan. After an
abatement plan is approved, removal of all hazardous materials shall be completed before
demolition of the buildings can proceed. Abatement and removal of all hazardous materials
including as necessary to comply with local state and federal regulations, but not limited to,
asbestos, PCB containing equipment, lead-based paint, mercury, and any other hazardous
materials and equipment within the confines of the buildings shall be included in the Contract.
The contractor shall provide services for any additional testing that may be required after
removal of all hazardous materials. The Scope of Work includes removal and proper disposal
of all demolished debris including building materials, underground and aboveground utility
lines, and unused equipment within the confines of the buildings. The demolition of
foundations is included in this scope. Remove the concrete slab and all footings, and dispose
of properly. Remove the foundation elements to a depth of 18” to 24”, or as necessary to
remove underground utilities serving the building being demolished.
B. PROGRAMMATIC REQUIREMENTS
The contractor shall take measures to protect neighboring buildings and equipment from
damage during demolition activities. The cost to repair such damages to its original condition
is the responsibility of the contractor.
The contractor shall ensure the security of operations and storage areas to preclude all breaches
of security including, but not limited to, vandalism and/or theft that can impact the timely and
successful completion of the work. The contractor shall prevent unauthorized entrance or
occupancy of the buildings.
C. ASBESTOS-CONTAINING MATERIALS AND POLY-CHORINATED BIPHENYLS
FLUORESCENT LIGHT BALLASTS
An asbestos survey of the center’s buildings was conducted in 1990. The results of the survey
and subsequent lab tests did not detect the presence of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) in
certain locations of the building 3-301 and did not observe any suspect materials in Building 7-
102. The results of the survey did detect asbestos in the exterior siding of Building 11-302. A
copy of the report will be made available to the contractor. All asbestos-containing materials,
whether or not included in the original report, shall be removed and legally disposed of as
necessary to complete the demolition work. Copies of the applicable sheets of the survey are
at the end of this document.
Friable ACM shall be removed and disposed of prior to building demolition. Non-friable
ACM shall be removed and disposed of prior to building demolition only as necessary to
comply with the EPA National Emissions Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)
(40 CFR 61 Subpart M), and applicable State and Local regulations. A written description
signed and sealed by a certified industrial hygienist of any non-friable asbestos to remain in
the building during demolition will be submitted prior to demolition activities.
All asbestos abatement and poly-chlorinated biphenyls (PCB) ballast removal shall be done by
licensed, trained asbestos workers, supervisors, and contractors. An asbestos abatement work
plan shall be prepared by a licensed, trained asbestos project designer for submission. The
Asbestos abatement work plan shall include the list, location and quantity of materials to be
abated, methods of abatement, containment setup and location, decontamination procedures,
respiratory protection, all worker licenses, training certifications and medical certifications,
and disposal plan including transportation and final disposal location. All asbestos work shall
be done in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local regulations. The contractor shall
provide the services of an independent industrial hygienist or environmental consultant to
conduct on-site project monitoring and air monitoring services during asbestos abatement,
including laboratory services as needed. The consultant shall:
1. Conduct a field investigation to identify ACM affected by the demolition activities. It
is not intended that the ACM previously identified will be retested. However, suspect
ACM not previously identified should be sampled to determine asbestos-content.
Floor tile and mastic previously untested or tested and found to be non-asbestos shall
be sampled and analyzed using the Transmission Electron Microscopy method.
2. Conduct a field investigation for PCB fluorescent light ballasts and mercury lamps and
switches impacted by this project only. Unlabeled fluorescent light ballasts shall be
assumed to be PCB-containing. Note leaking PCB ballasts for special removal and
disposal per 40 CFR 761. Remove and dispose of PCB containing and PCB
contaminated devices and mercury lamps and switches per 40 CFR 761 and 40 CFR
3. Conduct on-site project monitoring and air-monitoring services during asbestos
abatement including laboratory services as needed:
a. Baseline air sampling (prior to abatement) with Phase Contrast Microscopy (PCM)
b. In-progress air monitoring and sampling to comply with 29 CFR 1926.1101.
c. Final visual clearance inspections and final clearance air sampling using aggressive
air sampling techniques. Sampling shall be conducted in compliance with all
applicable Federal, State, and Local requirements. The contractor will pay for all
costs for additional sampling and analyses resulting from improper execution of the
asbestos removal or final clean up.
d. Submit a final abatement report certifying that asbestos abatement work has been
completed in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and Local regulations.
Submit copies of waste manifests for disposal of asbestos-containing materials.
D. SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS
1. The project will require the following submittals
a. Final Demolition Plan which addresses in detail, at a minimum, the following:
(1) Engineering Survey – The engineering survey shall be performed in accordance
with OSHA Standard 1926.850(a).
(2) Utility Location
(3) Medical Services and First Aid
(4) Fire Prevention and Protection
(5) Safe Work Practices/Worker Safety
(6) Site Management Plan – The Site Management Plan shall address a material
recycling plan, tree identification and protection measures,
site grading, sidewalk protection and pedestrian access around the site, runoff
control, details of proposed fencing and screening, dust control, and site
b. Asbestos and PCB Surveys
c. Asbestos abatement plan (if asbestos is present) including:
(1) Contractor’s License
(2) Insurance Certificate
(3) Worker Certification
(4) Asbestos Supervisor
(5) Respirator Program
(6) Medical Program
(7) Emergency Plans
(8) Air Monitoring
(9) Work Plan
(10) Product Information
(11) MSDS Sheets
(12) Emergency Phone Numbers
(13) Disposal location with sample waste manifests
d. Final Grading Plan showing positive drainage off the site.
e. Waste Manifests with final disposal for asbestos and other hazardous materials
f. Final asbestos removal documents showing clearance levels, and material removed
g. Copies of Worksite Entry Logbook
h. Supervisor Daily Logs
The contractor shall prepare a bi-weekly demolition progress report. The reports shall include an
updated schedule, a minimum of 8 electronic photos of all aspects of the project and a list of open
issues, if any.
E. SITE WORK
The excavated and demolished site must be restored to a smooth and acceptable finished
surface that provides positive drainage off the demolished area and avoids drainage problems
in the immediate surrounding areas.
The contractor shall backfill with local soils. The top 6 inches of backfill shall not contain any
material larger than 4” in any dimension. There shall be 4” of topsoil placed and the disturbed
areas seeded. The Contractor shall provide the center with a watering and maintenance
schedule that will ensure viability of the seed. At the Contractor’s option, the area may be
sodded. If unconsolidated soil is being used, build up soil to provide for drainage to account
The contractor shall be responsible for all utilities currently located on the demolition site
ensuring that the elements are either rerouted, abandoned and capped, or otherwise
accommodated. The contractor shall identify and test pit the location of all existing utilities
within the limits of work prior to commencement of all excavation or demolition operations.
Removal, relocation, rerouting, and installation of necessary temporary or permanent utility
lines shall be included in proper sequence of the demolition schedule. At the completion of
the demolition the contractor shall identify the termination point of all capped utilities, the
limits of abandoned utilities and the location of relocated utilities. Identification shall be
reflected on a site plan of the area in question. Provide survey, if needed, to identify all site
conditions that may affect the scheduling of all phases of the work. Utility locations may be
reflected on the survey, at the contractor’s option.
A. VICINITY MAP
C. SITE PLAN
D. PLANS AND PHOTOS OF BUILDINGS TO BE DEMOLISHED
BUILDING 01-205 - STORAGE
BUILDING 07-101 - PRINT SHOP / VACANT
NOTE: The drawings listed above are not necessarily to scale. They are provided for reference