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					                               Agreement between
                                the City of Seattle
                                       and
                        Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.

                                        To Provide

  Upgrades, Continuing Maintenance and Repair Services for Siemens
       Building Automation Systems and Related Components

                                Vendor Contract # 1131


Each party has full power and authority to enter into and perform this Agreement, and the person
signing this Agreement on behalf of each part has been properly authorized and empowered to
enter into this Agreement. Each party further acknowledges that it has read this Agreement,
understands it, and agrees to be bound by it.


CITY OF SEATTLE                             SIEMENS BUILDING TECHNOLOGIES

By: ____________________________            By:____________________________
Name: MELODY MOCIULSKI_____                 Name: SEBASTIAN N. DANZIGER_
Title: PURCHASING DIRECTOR___               Title: ASSOCIATE COUNSEL_____
Date: 11-6-03                               Date: 11-3-03




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                                      Table of Contents


1.   Cover Page                                                                       Page 1
2.   Table of Contents                                                                Page 2
3.   Statement of Work                                                                Page 3
4.   Standard Terms and Conditions                                                    Page 7
5.   Revisions to Standard Terms and Conditions                                       Page 11
6.   Insurance Requirements                                                           Page 12
7.   Appendix A                                                                       Page 17
          a Site List of Installed Equipment                                          Page 18
8.   Appendix B                                                                       Page 19
          a Seattle Center TSP Agreement                                              Page 20
          b Seattle City Light TSP Agreement                                          Page 28
          c Seattle Parks TSP Agreement                                               Page 36
          d Seattle Fleets and Facilities Agreement                                   Page 48
9.   Appendix C                                                                       Page 64
          a Prevailing Wage                                                           Page 65
          b Negotiated Work/Bid Work                                                  Page 66
          c Price Adjustments                                                         Page 67
          d TSP Annual Cost Estimate                                                  Page 68
          e 2003 Rate Schedule for Services                                           Page 69
          f 2003 Rate Schedule of Additional TSP Tasking                              Page 70

     Attachment #1                                                2003 Rate Schedule for Services
     Attachment #2                                   2003 Rate Schedule of Additional TSP Tasking




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STATEMENT OF WORK

Part A   General

         A.01      Goal of this contract: The objective of this contract is to provide future upgrades, continuing
         maintenance and repairs for Siemens Building Automation systems and related components at various City
         of Seattle properties located throughout the city.

         A.02      Background: Currently, the City of Seattle has four separate contracts for technical Support
         services, HVAC, parts & related components, future upgrades and maintenance of Siemens Building
         Automation Systems. This contract will consolidate these four contracts with one unified “B” contract
         from which to reference.

         A.03     Location of Project: Work will be performed at over 45 different sites throughout the City of
         Seattle. See attached list. Additional sites may be added to this list at the sole discretion of the City of
         Seattle. Sites may be removed from this list at the sole discretion of the City of Seattle.

         A.04      City-Furnished Property or Services: The City of Seattle shall provide electricity for use of power
         tools.

         A.05      Contractor-Furnished Property or Services: The Contractor is required to provide all property and
         services in support of this contract, except for items specifically identified in A.04

         A.06      Documentation: See attached appendixes.

                   a.       Appendix A - List of Sites/Equipment
                   b.       Appendix B – Existing & Proposed Technical Support/Maintenance Program
                            Departmental Agreements incorporated into this contract by reference.
                   c.       Appendix C - Rate Schedule


Part B   Technical Approach/Tasks

         B.01      General Requirements:

                   a.       The Contractor is to implement an approved technical support service and continuing
                            maintenance program on all Siemens building energy management and control systems
                            so designated by the City of Seattle.

                   b.       In addition, the following services are also included:

                            1.       Future upgrades of existing Siemens building automation systems.

                            2.       Maintenance and replacement of building automation, HVAC, parts and
                                     components that are an integral part of Siemens building systems and/or were
                                     installed by Siemens or their sub-contractors.

                   c.       Additional maintenance, repair and/or replacement of equipment shall be performed on
                            an as needed basis when requested, after approval of a written estimate by the Project
                            Manager of the City of Seattle.

                   d.       The services itemized above, in a and b, include recordkeeping and report generation.
                            Scheduling of site visits to perform these services, and the establishment of standards for
                            recordkeeping and report generation, shall be approved in advance by the assigned
                            Project Manager of the City of Seattle. Regular meetings between the Contractor and the
                            Project Manager of the City of Seattle, recordkeeping, and report generation/submittal are
                            a normal part of the service herein described and will not be considered a separate
                            billable item.

                   e.       Due to the organization of the City of Seattle, several different Departments may utilize
                            this contract. In this event, each Department shall have its own Project Manager for the
                            City of Seattle with respect to the department's needs and responsibilities. In this event,
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               any language in this contract referring to the Project Manager of the City of Seattle shall
               mean the Project Manager for each City of Seattle Department. The Contractor, in this
               event, assumes the responsibility for holding separate meetings, generating separate
               reports/records, and providing services/estimates separately to each departmental Project
               Manager of the City of Seattle.

B.02   Methods to be Used - (Reserved)

B.03   Specific Requirements

       a.      Basic Statement of Work:

               As directed by the Project Manager of the City of Seattle:

               1.       The Contractor shall implement an approved technical support service and
                        continuing maintenance program on all Siemens building energy management
                        and control systems so designated by the City of Seattle.

                        i.       The Contractor shall submit for approval of the Project Manager of the
                                 City of Seattle a written Technical Support Program detailing:

                                 a.       Customer Support Services
                                 b.       Facility Information Services
                                 c.       System performance Updates
                                 d.       Extended Software Support
                                 e.       Technical Support Services
                                 f.       Emergency Services

                        ii.      This proposal shall include recordkeeping and report generation.
                                 Scheduling of site visits to perform these services, and the
                                 establishment of standards for recordkeeping and report generation,
                                 shall be approved in advance by the assigned Project Manager of the
                                 City of Seattle. Regular meetings between the Contractor and the
                                 Project Manager of the City of Seattle, recordkeeping, and report
                                 generation/submittal are a normal part of the service herein described
                                 and will not be considered a separate billable item.

                        iii.     Attached to the proposal itemized in i., above, shall be a fee schedule
                                 detailing a flat annual fee for all basic services covered by the
                                 agreement.

                                 a.       All fees for labor, parts, materials, components and sub-
                                          contractor services within the proposal itemized in i, above,
                                          shall be charged at not more than the rates agreed to in the
                                          appendix of this agreement. (See Rate Schedules in Appendix
                                          C.)

                        iv.      Existing Technical Support/Maintenance Programs agreed to by the
                                 City of Seattle's Project Manager(s) shall remain in effect with the
                                 following change:

                                 a.       Where more favorable pricing to the City is included in this
                                          agreement, prices of existing programs shall be reduced to
                                          reflect the changes. (i.e. If this agreement contains a more
                                          favorable discount rate from list price for parts, the more
                                          favorable discount rate shall apply).

                                 b.       Proposed & Existing Technical Support/Maintenance
                                          Programs affected by this agreement are included in Appendix
                                          B.


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     2.      The Contractor shall provide repair, replacement and miscellaneous
             maintenance services of building automation, HVAC, parts and components that
             are an integral part of Siemens building systems and/or were installed by
             Siemens or their sub-contractors:

             i.       Prior to performance of these services, the Contractor will provide a
                      written bid for the cost of such services, including all labor, materials,
                      vendor charges and transportation costs.

     3.      Urgent repair services, where insufficient time is available to provide an
             estimate proposal, shall be provided on a time and materials basis.

b.   Miscellaneous Items to be included.

     1.      Any fees charged on an hourly rate shall be charged at not more than the hourly
             rates agreed to in the appendix of this agreement. (See Rate Schedule in
             Appendix C.)

     2.      Any fees for parts, materials and/or components supplied directly by Siemens
             Building Technologies shall be charged at not more than the discounted price
             from published list agreed to in the appendix of this agreement. (See Rate
             Schedule in Appendix C.)

     3.      Any fees for parts, materials and/or components supplied by Siemens Building
             Technologies from outside vendors or sources shall be charged at not more than
             the percentage mark-up over cost agreed to in the appendix of this agreement.
             (See Rate Schedule in Appendix C.)

     4.      Any fees for sub-contracted or outside vendor services shall be charged at not
             more than the percentage mark-up over cost agreed to in the appendix of this
             agreement. (See Rate Schedule in Appendix C)

     5.      Any fees for miscellaneous services (i.e. Truck charges, Mileage charges,
             Shipping charges, etc.) shall be charged at not more than the rates agreed to in
             the appendix of this agreement. (See Rate Schedule in Appendix C.)

     6.      Contractor will meet at least quarterly with the Project Manager of the City of
             Seattle to present reports and recommendations, and to discuss problems
             needing attention. The cost of such meetings will not be separately billable, but
             is to be considered a normal overhead cost of this contract.

     7.      The Contractor and the Project Manager of the City of Seattle will mutually
             agree on a standard list of reports and records to be updated and made available
             to the City during the term of this Contract. The City of Seattle reserves the
             right to make reasonable modifications to this list at any time to better meet its
             needs.

     8.      The Contractor, or his authorized representatives, will at all times follow
             established City protocols when visiting properties of the City of Seattle. This
             includes, but is not limited to properly identifying himself and any employees,
             and properly signing any and all logbooks to enter City Facilities.

     9.      When used by any City of Seattle Facility (i.e. Seattle Fire Department) the
             Contractor, and his personnel, shall properly sign in/out of the Official Log
             Book of the Facility whenever visiting the site.

     10.     The Contractor, and his personnel, shall properly fill out all equipment logs at
             the site, noting all work performed and test results. Copies of these equipment
             log entries shall be made, and the copies submitted to the Project Manager of the
             City within 14 calendar days of the service.

     11.     All other reports and records as mutually agreed under B.03.b.7, above.
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         B.04    Time Schedule: Work to commence within thirty days of authorization under this contract.
                 Support Services to be provided for a five-year period with an optional to renewal for two, (2) year
                 terms.
         B.05    Effective Date: Siemens Building Technologies Technical Support Program to commence
                 services as described herein, September 1, 2003.

Part C   Inspection and Acceptance (Quality Assurance)

         C.01    Quarterly Meetings: Quarterly, or more often by mutual agreement, a meeting will be held with
                 the Project Manager of the City of Seattle to discuss all issues relating to the services covered by
                 this agreement. The Contractor, or his Project Manager, along with his on-site service personnel
                 shall attend this meeting. The meeting will be at a place and time that is agreeable to the Project
                 Manager of the City of Seattle. At this meeting, at a minimum, copies of all reports and records
                 generated during the last quarter shall be available for review.

         C.02    Upgrade Projects: Contractor shall comply with all applicable standard protocols for project
                 management of the City of Seattle, including (but not limited to) procedures for Submittals,
                 Requests For Information, Change Orders, Punch lists, and Project meetings.

         C.03    Sub-contracting: No work covered by this agreement may be sub-contracted, without prior written
                 approval from the Project Manager of the City of Seattle. Materials and equipment are the only
                 allowable purchases from other vendors without specific prior written approval.


Part D   Technical Exhibits – Reserved.




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                                                   The City of Seattle
                                    PURCHASE ORDER/VENDOR CONTRACT
                                                 Terms and Conditions

2.1    Entire Agreement: This Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, including all attachments referenced herein, constitutes the
       entire agreement between the City and the Contractor. The City’s RFQ, all addenda to the RFQ, and the Contractor’s
       response to the RFQ are explicitly included in this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract. Where there is any conflict among or
       between any of these documents, the controlling document shall be the first listed in the following sequence: the most
       recently issued Purchase Order/Vendor Contract amendment; the Purchase Order/Vendor Contract; the most recently issued
       addendum to the City’s RFQ; the City’s RFQ; and the Contractor’s response to the RFQ.

2.2    Term: The term of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract shall commence on the date the City’s Buyer signs the same
       and shall expire sixty (60) days after the date of the “Last Item Due Date” stated on the Purchase Order/Vendor Contract
       form signature page

2.3    Freight: Prices include freight prepaid and allowed. The Contractor assumes the risk of every increase, and receives
       the benefit of every decrease, in delivery rates and charges.

2.4    Title: Prices are F.O.B. destination. Title to items and risk of loss remain with Contractor until City receives items at the
       delivery point.

2.5    Overages/Underages: Shipments shall correspond with the Purchase Order/Vendor Contract; any unauthorized
       advance or excess shipment is returnable at Contractor’s expense.

2.6    Schedule: Unless the City’s Buyer requests a change in schedule, the Contractor shall deliver the items or render the
       services by the “Last Item Due Date” stated on the Purchase Order/Vendor Contract form signature page At the City’s
       option, the Contractor’s failure to timely deliver or perform may require expedited shipping at the Contractor’s expense, or
       may be cause for termination of the Purchase Order/Vendor Contract and the return of all or part of the items at the
       Contractor’s expense. If the Contractor anticipates difficulty in meeting the schedule, the Contractor shall promptly notify
       the City’s Buyer of such difficulty and the length of the anticipated delay.

2.7    Payment: Invoices will be paid according to early payment discount terms, or if no early payment discount is offered,
       thirty (30) days after the City’s receipt and acceptance of the goods or completion and acceptance of the services.
       Payment periods will be computed from either the date of delivery of all goods ordered, the completion of all services, or
       the date of receipt of a correct invoice, whichever date is later. This section is not intended to restrict partial payments that
       are specified in the contract. No payment shall be due prior to the City’s receipt and acceptance of the items identified in
       the invoice therefor.

2.8    Unlawful Overcharges: The Contractor assigns to the City all claims for anti-trust violations and overcharges relating to
       items purchased by the City.

2.9    Price Warranty: The Contractor warrants that the prices for the items sold to the City hereunder are not less favorable
       than those currently extended to any other customer for the same or similar items in similar quantities. The Contractor
       warrants that prices shown on this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract are complete, and that no additional charge of any
       type shall be added without the City’s express written consent.

2.10   Warranties: The Contractor warrants that all goods are merchantable, comply with the City’s latest drawings and
       specifications, and are fit for the City’s intended use; all goods comply with all applicable safety and health standards
       established for such products; all goods are properly packaged; and all appropriate instructions or warnings are supplied.

2.11   Date Warranty: Vendor warrants that all Software provided under this Contract: (i)does not have a life expectancy
       limited by date or time format; (ii) will correctly record, store, process, and present calendar dates; (iii) will lose no
       functionality, data integrity, or performance with respect to any date; and (iv) will be interoperable with other software used
       by Purchaser that may deliver date records from the Software, or interact with date records of the Software ("Date
       Warranty"). In the event a Date Warranty problem is reported to Vendor by Purchaser and such problem remains
       unresolved after three (3) calendar days, at Purchaser's discretion, Vendor shall send, at Vendor's sole expense, at least
       one (1) qualified and knowledgeable representative to Purchaser's premises. This representative will continue to address
       and work to remedy the failure, malfunction, defect, or nonconformity on Purchaser's premises. This Date Warranty shall
       last perpetually. In the event of a breach of any of these representations and warranties, Vendor shall indemnify and hold
       harmless Purchaser from and against any and all harm, injury, damages, costs, and expenses incurred by Purchaser
       arising out of said breach.

2.12   Recycled Content: Whenever practicable, the Contractor shall use reusable products, recyclable products and
       recycled-content products including recycled content paper on all documents submitted to the City. The Contractor shall
       certify, in the form of a label on the product or a sworn statement accompanying the Contractor’s response to a City
       Request for Price Quotations, the percentage of recycled content in every product proposed to be sold to the City,
       including the percentage of post-consumer waste in such product.

2.13   Non-Discrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity: During the term of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract,
       the Contractor agrees as follows: The Contractor will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment
       because of creed, religion, race, color, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, political ideology, ancestry,
       national origin, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical handicap, unless based upon a bona fide occupational
       qualification. The Contractor will take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are
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          treated during employment, without regard to their creed, religion, race, color, sex, national origin, or the presence of any
          sensory, mental or physical handicap. Such action shall include, but not be limited to the following: employment,
          upgrading, demotion, or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of
          compensation, and selection for training, including apprenticeship. The Contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places,
          available to employees and applicants for employment, notices to be provided by the City’s Director of Finance setting
          forth the provisions of this nondiscrimination clause.

2.14      Non-Discrimination in Contracting:

2.14.1 Notwithstanding any other provision in this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, City utilization requirements for Women and
          Minority Business Enterprises (“WMBEs”) shall not apply to this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract. No minimum level of
          WMBE subcontractor participation shall be required as a condition of receiving award of the contract and no preference
          will be given to a bidder for its WMBE utilization or WMBE status. Any affirmative action requirements set forth in any
          federal regulations or statutes included or referenced in the RFQ will continue to apply.

2.14.2 The City encourages the Contractor to employ a workforce reflective of the region’s diversity.

2.14.3 Discrimination – The Contractor shall not create barriers to open and fair opportunities for WMBEs to participate in all
          City contracts and to obtain or compete for contracts and subcontracts as sources of supplies, equipment, construction
          and services. In considering offers from and doing business with subcontractors and suppliers, the Contractor shall not
          discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, age, nationality, marital status, sexual orientation or the
          presence of any mental or physical disability in an otherwise qualified disabled person.

2.14.4 Record-Keeping – The Contractor shall maintain, for at least 12 months after expiration or earlier termination of the term
          of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, relevant records and information necessary to document the Contractor’s
          utilization of WMBEs and other businesses as subcontractors and suppliers in this contract and in its overall public and
          private business activities. The Contractor shall also maintain all written quotes, bids, estimates, or proposals submitted
          to the Contractor by all businesses seeking to participate as subcontractors or suppliers in the contract. The City shall
          have the right to inspect and copy such records. If this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract involves federal funds, the
          Contractor shall comply with all record-keeping requirements set forth in every applicable federal rule, regulation and
          statute referenced in the contract documents.

2.14.5 Affirmative Efforts to Utilize WMBEs – The City encourages the utilization of Minority Business Enterprises (“MBEs”)
          and Women Business Enterprises (“WBEs”) (collectively, “WMBEs”), in all City contracts. The City encourages the
          following practices to open competitive opportunities for WMBEs:

              Placing all qualified WMBEs attempting to do business in The City of Seattle on solicitation lists, and providing
               written notice of subcontracting opportunities to WMBEs capable of performing the work, including without limitation
               all businesses on any list provided by the City, in sufficient time to allow such businesses to respond to the written
               solicitations.
              Breaking down total requirements into smaller tasks or quantities, where economically feasible, in order to permit
               maximum participation by small businesses including WMBEs.
              Establishing delivery schedules, where the requirements of the contract permit, that encourage participation by
               WMBEs.
              Providing WMBEs that express interest with adequate and timely information about plans, specifications, and
               requirements of the contract.
              Utilizing the services of available minority community organizations, minority contractor groups, local minority
               assistance offices, the City of Seattle, and other organizations that provide assistance in the recruitment and
               placement of WMBEs.

2.14.6 Sanctions for Violation – Any violation of the mandatory requirements of this WMBE Utilization provision shall be a
          material breach of contract for which the Contractor may be subject to damages and sanctions provided for by contract
          and by applicable law.

2.15      Publicity: The Contractor shall not advertise or publish the fact that the City has contracted to purchase items from the
          Contractor without the City’s prior written approval.

2.16      Proprietary and Confidential Information: The Contractor acknowledges that the City is required by law to make its
          records available for public inspection, with certain exceptions (see RCW Chapter 42.17). City staff believe that this legal
          obligation would not require the disclosure of proprietary descriptive information that contains valuable designs, drawings
          or formulas. The Contractor, by submission of materials marked proprietary and confidential, nevertheless acknowledges
          and agrees that the City will have no obligation or any liability to the Contractor in the event that the City must disclose
          these materials.

2.17      Indemnification: To the extent permitted by law, the Contractor shall protect, defend, indemnify and hold the City
          harmless from and against all claims, demands, damages, costs, actions and causes of actions, liabilities, judgments,
          expenses and attorney fees, resulting from the injury or death of any person or the damage to or destruction of property,
          or the infringement of any patent, copyright, or trademark, arising out of the work performed or goods provided under this
          Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, or the Contractor’s violation of any law, ordinance or regulation, except for damages
          resulting from the sole negligence of the City.

2.18      Insurance: The Contractor shall secure and maintain, at all times during the term of this Purchase Order/Vendor
          Contract, at its own expense, a policy or policies of insurance known as: (1) Commercial General Liability written on an
          insurance industry standard occurrence form (ISO form CG 00 01) or equivalent including premises/operations,
          products/completed operations, personal/advertising injury, contractual liability, and independent contractors liability; (2) if
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         any vehicle is used in the performance of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, a policy of Business Automobile
         Liability written on an insurance industry standard form (ISO form CA 00 01) or equivalent, including coverage for owned,
         non-owned, leased or hired vehicles; and (3) if any work under this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract will be performed by
         a resident of the State of Washington, Worker’s Compensation (“Industrial Insurance”) as required by Title 51 of the
         Revised Code of Washington. The Contractor waives, with respect to the City only, its immunity under Title 51 of the
         Revised Code of Washington. (4) The insurance as provided under items (1) and (2) above shall be endorsed to include
         The City of Seattle, its officers, elected officials, employees, agents and volunteers as an Additional Insured per ISO
         form CG2010 11/85 or CG2026 or equivalent, and to not permit reduction or cancellation by the insurer without forty-five
         (45) days prior written notice to the City. The Contractor’s insurance shall be primary as respects the City, and any other
         insurance maintained by the City shall be excess and non-contributing with the Contractor’s insurance.

2.19     Compliance with Law:

2.19.1 General Requirement: The Contractor, at its sole cost and expense, shall perform and comply with all applicable laws
         of the United States and the State of Washington; the Charter, Municipal Code, and ordinances of The City of Seattle; and
         rules, regulations, orders, and directives of their respective administrative agencies and officers.

2.19.2 Licenses and Similar Authorizations: The Contractor, at no expense to the City, shall secure and maintain in full force
         and effect during the term of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract all required licenses, permits, and similar legal
         authorizations, and comply with all related requirements.

2.19.3 Taxes: The Contractor shall pay, before delinquency, all taxes, levies, and assessments arising from its activities and
         undertakings under this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract; taxes levied on its property, equipment and improvements; and
         taxes on the Contractor's interest in this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract.

2.19.4 Americans with Disabilities Act: The Contractor shall comply with all applicable provisions of the Americans with
         Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) in performing its obligations under this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract. In particular, if the
         Contractor is providing services, programs, or activities to City employees or members of the public as part of this
         Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, the Contractor shall not deny participation or the benefits of such services, programs, or
         activities to people with disabilities on the basis of such disability. Failure to comply with the provisions of the ADA shall
         be a material breach of, and grounds for the immediate termination of, this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract.

2.20     Adjustments: The City’s Buyer at any time may make reasonable changes in the place of delivery, installation or
         inspection; the method of shipment or packing; labeling and identification; and ancillary matters that Contractor may
         accommodate without substantial additional expense to the City.

2.21     Amendments: Except for adjustments authorized above, modifications or amendments to the Purchase Order/Vendor
         Contract may only be made by a change order or by written document signed by or for both parties. Unless Contractor is
         otherwise notified, the City’s Buyer shall be the City’s authorized agent.

2.22     Assignment: Neither party shall assign any right or interest nor delegate any obligation owed without the written consent
         of the other, except Contractor may assign the proceeds of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract for the benefit of
         creditors upon 21 days advance written notice to the City,  Vendor Relations, Suite 910, 700 – 3rd Ave., Seattle, WA
         98104.

2.23     Binding Effect: The provisions, covenants and conditions in this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract apply to bind the
         parties, their legal heirs, representatives, successors, and assigns.

2.24     Waiver: The City’s failure to insist on performance of any of the terms or conditions herein or to exercise any right or
         privilege or the City’s waiver of any breach hereunder shall not thereafter waive any other term, condition, or privilege,
         whether of the same or similar type.

2.25     Applicable Law: This Purchase Order/Vendor Contract shall be construed under the laws of the State of Washington.
         The venue for any action relating to this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract shall be in the Superior Court for King County,
         State of Washington.

2.26     Remedies Cumulative: Remedies under this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract are cumulative; The use of one remedy
         shall not be taken to exclude or waive the right to use another.

2.27     Severability: Any invalidity, in whole or in part, of any provision of this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract shall not affect
         the validity of any other of its provisions.

2.28     Gratuities: The City may, by written notice to the Contractor, terminate Contractor’s right to proceed under this
         Purchase Order/Vendor Contract upon one (1) calendar day’s notice, if the City finds that any gratuity in the form of
         entertainment, a gift, or otherwise was offered or given by the Contractor or any agent thereof to any City official, officer or
         employee.

2.29     Termination:

2.29.1 For Cause: Either party may terminate this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract in the event the other fails to perform its
         obligations as described herein, and such failure has not been corrected to the reasonable satisfaction of the other in a
         timely manner after notice of breach has been provided to such other party.



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2.29.2 For Reasons Beyond Reasonable Control of a Party: Either party may terminate this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract
          without recourse by the other where performance is rendered impossible or impracticable for reasons beyond such party's
          reasonable control such as but not limited to an act of nature; war or warlike operations; civil commotion; riot; labor
          dispute including strike, walkout, or lockout; sabotage; or superior governmental regulation or control.

2.29.3 For Public Convenience: The City may terminate this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract in whole or in part whenever the
          City determines that such termination is in its best interest (including but not limited to for lack of continuing
          appropriations). In such a case the Contractor shall be paid for all items accepted by the City.

2.29.4 Notice: Notice of termination shall be given by the party terminating this Agreement to the other not less than ten (10)
          working days prior to the effective date of termination.

2.30      Major Emergencies or Disasters: The following provision shall be in effect only during major emergencies or disasters
          when the City has activated its Emergency Operations Center and the Contractor has been given notice by the City that
          such activation has occurred. The City is committed to preparing thoroughly for any major emergency or disaster situation.
          As part of its commitment, the City is contracting with the Contractor under the following terms and conditions: Contractor
          shall provide to the City, upon the City’s request, such goods and/or services at such time as the City determines. In the
          event the Contractor is unable to meet the delivery date commitment due to circumstances beyond the reasonable control
          of the Contractor, the Contractor shall make such delivery as soon as practicable. If the Contractor is prevented from
          making such delivery to the requested delivery location due to circumstances beyond its reasonable control, the
          Contractor shall immediately assist the City in whatever manner is reasonable to gain access to such goods and/or
          services. In the event that the Contractor is unable to provide such goods and/or services as requested by the City, the
          Contractor may offer to the City limited substitutions for its consideration and shall provide such substitutions to the City
          as required above, provided the Contractor has obtained prior approval from the City for such substitution. The
          Contractor shall charge the City the price determined in this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract for the goods and services
          provided, and if no price has been determined, it shall charge the City a price that is normally charged for such goods
          and/or services (such as listed prices for items in stock). In the event that the City’s request results in the Contractor
          incurring unavoidable additional costs and causes the Contractor to increase prices in order to obtain a fair rate of return,
          the Contractor shall charge the City a price not to exceed the cost/profit formula found in this Purchase Order/Vendor
          Contract. The Contractor acknowledges that the City is procuring such goods and/or services for the benefit of the public.
          The Contractor, in support of public good purposes, shall consider the City as a customer of first priority and shall make its
          best effort to provide to the City the requested goods and/or services in a timely manner. For purposes of this Purchase
          Order/Vendor Contract, a “major emergency” or “disaster” shall include, but is not limited to a storm, high wind,
          earthquake, flood, hazardous material release, transportation mishap, loss of any utility service, fire, terrorist activity or
          any combination of the above.

2.31      Non-Discrimination in Benefits:

2.31.1 Compliance with SMC Ch. 20.45: The Vendor shall comply with the requirements of SMC Ch. 20.45 and Equal Benefits
Program Rules
         implementing such requirements, under which the Vendor is obligated to provide the same or equivalent benefits (“equal
         benefits”) to its employees with domestic partners as the Vendor provides to its employees with spouses. At the City’s
         request, the Vendor shall provide complete information and verification of the Vendor’s compliance with SMC Ch. 20.45.
         Failure to cooperate with such a request shall constitute a material beach of this Agreement. (For further information
         about SMC Ch. 20.45 and the Equal Benefits Program Rules call (206)733-9583 or review information at
          http://cityofseattle.net/contract/equalbenefits/)

2.31.2 Failure to Comply with SMC Ch. 20.45: Failure to comply will subject the Contractor to one or more of the following
          penalties: disqualification from bidding on or being awarded a City contract for a period of up to 5 years, actual damages,
          termination of the contract, or other remedial actions such as payment of cash equivalent payments or expedited
          implementation of equal benefits.

2.32      Fair Contracting Practices Ordinance: The Contractor shall comply with the Fair Contracting Practices
          Ordinance of The City of Seattle (Ordinance 119601), as amended. Conduct made unlawful by that ordinance
          constitutes a breach of contract. Engaging in an unfair contracting practice may also result in the imposition of a
          civil fine or forfeiture under the Seattle Criminal Code as well as various civil remedies. (See SMC 14.10 at
          http://clerk.ci.seattle.wa.us/~public/code1.htm)




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       Revisions to Purchase Order/Vendor Contract Terms and Conditions by and between
                                    City of Seattle("City")
                                             and
                      Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. ("Contractor")
                             Pertaining to Request for Quotation

Owner and Contractor agree to modify the above-referenced Purchase Order/Vendor Contract (“Purchase
Order”) as follows:

1. The text of section 2.10 is deleted and the following new text is added:
The Contractor warrants to the City that all materials and equipment furnished shall be new unless
otherwise specified, and that all work under this Purchase Order shall be of good quality, free from faults
and defects and in conformance with the contract documents for a period of twelve (12) months after the
earlier of substantial completion of the work or first beneficial operation or use. All auxiliary equipment
not manufactured by contractor carries only such warranty as given by the manufacturer thereof and
which is hereby assigned to the City and without recourse to contractor. Contractor's obligation under this
warranty is, at Contractor's sole option, to repair or replace any work which is shown to contractor's
satisfaction to have been defective as to material, workmanship or design, provided that:
         (i) written notice of such defect is given to Contractor within thirty (30) calendar days of discovery
         thereof;
         (ii) the equipment/work has been used or operated in accordance with the operating and
         maintenance instructions provided by Contractor; and
         (iii) no alterations or substitutions have been made in the work without the express written
         authorization of Contractor.

THE WARRANTIES FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR AS EXPRESSLY INCLUDED HEREIN
CONSTITUTE CONTRACTOR'S SOLE OBLIGATION HEREUNDER AND ARE IN LIEU OF ANY
OTHER WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITYOR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE."

2. Section 2.17 is modified as follows:
"...from the injury or death of any person or the damage to or destruction of property, or the infringement
of any patent, copyright or trademark, due to and to the extent of Contractor's negligence, arising out of
the work performed or goods provided under this Purchase Order/Vendor Contract, or the..."

3. A new section, Section 2.33 is added, which reads as follows:
"2.33 Anything herein notwithstanding, in no event shall either the City or Contractor be liable to the other
party for special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, including commercial loss, loss of use, or
lost profits, even if either party has been advised of the possibility of such damages and, in any event,
Subcontractor’s aggregate liability for any and all claims, losses or expenses arising out of this Purchase
Order, or out of any goods or services furnished under this Purchase Order, whether based in contract,
negligence, strict liability, agency, warranty, trespass, indemnity or any other theory of liability, shall be
limited to the lesser of $1,000,000 or the total compensation received by Contractor from the City under
this Purchase Order."

The parties agree that this addendum modifies the Purchase Order/Vendor Contract between the parties
and is incorporated therein by this reference.

Agreed:
City of Seattle                                    Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
by:_______________________________                 by:___________________________

date:_____________________________                 date:__________________________




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INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS                                                  ATTACHMENT #
CITY OF SEATTLE
PURCHASING SERVICES                            REQUEST FOR QUOTATION #



                                                —IMPORTANT—
    VENDOR: PLEASE GIVE THIS INFORMATION TO YOUR INSURANCE AGENT/BROKER

 Work will not be permitted until the City of Seattle receives insurance documents as specified below. The
 City may withdraw its intent to award if acceptable insurance is not received within fourteen (14) days
 from the date of the City of Seattle’s intent to award notification.

 1. Vendor shall, at its sole expense, and for the entire term of the contract, provide
 insurance coverages, as follows:
        A policy of Commercial General Liability Insurance, written on an insurance industry standard
         occurrence form (CG 00 01 or equivalent) for bodily injury and property damage, including the
         following coverages and at the following minimum limits:
                                        COVERAGES
               Premises/Operations Liability
               Products/Completed Operations
               Personal/Advertising Injury
               Contractual Liability
               Independent Contractors Liability
               Employers Liability (Stop Gap)
               Explosion, Collapse & Underground (XCU)*
               Watercraft, owned and non-owned*

            *These coverages are only required when the Contractor’s work under this agreement includes exposures to which
            these specified coverages respond.

                                    MINIMUM LIMITS
            $1,000,000     General Aggregate
            $1,000,000     Products/Completed Operations Aggregate
            $1,000,000     Personal and Advertising Injury
            $1,000,000     Each Occurrence
            $ 100,000      Fire Damage

                Stop Gap/Employer’s Contingent Liability
                $1,000,000 Each Accident
                $1,000,000 Disease—Policy Limit
                $1,000,000 Disease—Each Employee

        Business Automobile Liability, including coverage for owned, non-owned, leased, or hired
         vehicles written on an insurance industry standard form (CA 00 01 or equivalent). Such policies
         must provide Bodily Injury and Property Damage coverage in the amount of $1,000,000 per
         accident.

        Professional Liability/Errors and Omissions Insurance, with a minimum limit of $1,000,000
         each occurrence/$1,000,000 aggregate.

        Garage Liability for bodily injury and property damage, with a minimum limit of $1,000,000 each
         accident.

        Garagekeepers Legal Liability, with values sufficient to cover property in vendor’s care,
         custody, and control, at $_______________.

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       Bailee Liability, with values sufficient to cover property in vendor’s care, custody, and control, at
        $_______________

       Employee Dishonesty Liability, with limits of $_______________

       Other (List or see attached)


Claims Made Form: If any such policy is written on a claims made form, the retroactive date shall be
prior to or coincident with the effective date of this contract. The policy shall state that coverage is Claims
Made, and state the retroactive date. Claims made form coverage shall be maintained by the Vendor for
a minimum of three (3) years following the expiration or earlier termination of this contract, and the
Vendor shall annually provide the City with proof of renewal. If renewal of the claims made form of
coverage becomes unavailable, or economically prohibitive, the Vendor shall purchase an extended
reporting period (“tail”) or execute another form of guarantee acceptable to the City to assure financial
responsibility for liability for services performed.

2. Additional Required Insurance Provisions: Such insurance, excluding Professional
Liability, shall:

   Be endorsed to include the City of Seattle, its officers, elected officials, employees,
    agents, and volunteer as additional insured including Products/Completed Operations
    (ISO CG2010 11/85 or CG2026 or an equivalent), and shall not be reduced or canceled
    without forty-five (45) days prior written notice to the City. In addition, the Vendor’s
    insurance shall be primary as respects the City, and any other insurance maintained by
    the City shall be excess and not contributing insurance with the Vendor’s insurance
    (RCW 48.18.290).

   Include a “Separation of Insured” or “Severability of Interest” clause, indicating
    essentially that except with respect to the limits of insurance, and any rights or duties
    specifically assigned to the first named insured this insurance applies as if each named
    insured were the only named insured, and separately to each insured against whom
    claim is made or suit is brought. (Commercial General Liability & Business Automobile
    Liability Insurance)

3. Vendor shall provide evidence of insurance, as follows:
       No evidence of insurance required.

       Certificate of Insurance, including required Additional Insured Endorsement.

       A copy of the policy's declarations pages showing the policy effective dates, limit of liability,
        Schedule of Forms and Endorsements, and the required Additional Insured Endorsement.

       A copy of an endorsement stating that the coverage provided by this policy shall not be
        terminated, reduced or otherwise materially changed without providing at least forty-five(45) days
        prior written notice to the City.


Note: The City reserves the right to require additional evidence of insurance not checked
      above to include, but not limited to, a certified copy of any or all of the insurance
      policies.


4. Deductibles: Any deductible or self-insured retention must be disclosed and is
subject to approval by the City Risk Manager. If the Vendor's insurance contains a
deductible (or self-insured retention amount), the Vendor shall disclose such amount, and

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be responsible for payment of any claim equal to or less than the deductible (or self-insured
retention amount).




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5. Required Approvals:
    All policies shall be subject to approval by the City Risk Manager for form and coverage
    All policies shall be primary to all other insurance
    Company must be rated A-:VII or higher in the current A.M. Best Rating Guide
    Company must be licensed to do business in the State of Washington or issued as Surplus
     Lines by a Washington Surplus Lines Broker

6. Self-Insurance: Should the Vendor be self-insured under its commercial general liability
and(or) Business automobile liability insurance, a letter from the Corporate Risk Manger or
appropriate Finance Officer must be provided. Such letter should stipulate whether such self
insurance is actuarially funded and fund limits; plus any excess limits declaration pages to meet
the contract requirements. Further, this letter should advise how Vendor would protect and defend
the City as an Additional Insured in its Self-insured layer, and include claims handling direction in
the event of a claim. Any such self-insurance program shall, at its sole discretion, be subject to the
City Risk Manager’s approval.

7. Subcontractors: The Vendor shall include all subcontractors as insureds under its polices, or
shall furnish separate evidence of insurance as stated above for each subcontractor. All coverage
for subcontractors shall be subject to all the requirements stated herein and shall be applicable to
their profession.

8. Changes to Coverages and(or) Limits: Coverages and(or) limits may be altered or increased
   as necessary, to reflect type of—or exposure to—risk. The City shall have the right to
   periodically review the appropriateness of such limits in view of inflation and(or) changing
   industry conditions, and shall have the right to require an increase in such limits upon ninety
   (90) days prior written notice to the Vendor.



                           Please send your insurance documents to:

                                         City of Seattle
                                  Purchasing Services Division
                                      Attn: Michael Mears
                                     700 3rd Ave Suite 910
                                    Seattle, WA 98104-1808

                                        FAX: (206)233-515




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                                   Appendix A


                       Site List of Installed Equipment




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                             Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.

                                 Site List of Installed Equipment

Seattle Parks and Recreation Department:

Ballard Community Ctr             Meadowbrook Community Center      South Park Community Ctr
Ballard Pool                      Medgar Evers Pool                 Southwest Pool
Bitterlake Community Center       Miller Community Ctr              WPZ - Animal Health Complex
Delridge Community Ctr            Prichard Island Beach Bathhouse   WPZ - Animal Research Ctr
Discovery Park Visitors Center    Queen Anne Pool                   WPZ - Asian Tropical Forrest
Facilities Maintenance Office     Rainier Beach Community Ctr       WPZ - Elephant House
Garfield Community Ctr            Rainier Beach Pool                WPZ - Nocturnal House
Greenlake Community Ctr           Seattle Aquarium Aquatic System   WPZ - Tropical Rainforest
Helene Madison Pool               Seattle Aquarium HVAC System      WPZ - Zoo Crew Quarters


Seattle City Light:

Boundary Dam                      North Service Center              Seattle Admin Office
Diablo Dam                        South Service Center


Seattle Fleets and Facilities Department:

Animal Control Facility           Fire Station #29                  Park 90/5 Complex
Charles Street Complex            Fueling Station                   Public Safety Building
City Hall                         Justice Center                    Southwest Precinct Bldg
East Precinct Building            Key Tower                         Water Quality Lab
Fire Garage                       Municipal Building                West Precinct Building


Seattle Center:

Chiller / Boiler Plant            Key Arena                         Opera House
Exhibition Hall                   Mercer Arena / Forum              Pavilion
Intiman Theatre                   Northwest Rooms                   Seattle Reperatory Theatre




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                                     Appendix B

Existing & Proposed Technical Support/Maintenance Programs


1.   Seattle Center Technical Support Program
2.   Seattle City Light Technical Support Program
3.   Seattle Parks Technical Support Program
4.   Seattle Fleets & Facilities Technical Support Program




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                                   Siemens Building Technologies

                             Seattle Center

                             305 Harrison Street
                             Seattle, WA




                             Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
                             Building Automation System
                             Technical Support Program Proposal




December 30, 2002




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                                                  Table of Contents

Executive Summary ........................................................................................... 22
      Technical Support Services .................................................................... 23




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                                      Executive Summary
We would like to thank you for the opportunity to provide our solution to provide our technical expertise
to augment the professional in-house capabilities of your staff. The enclosed pages represent our
proposal to provide a technical support program on the existing Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 Building
Control System.

The Seattle Center has made a significant investment in its' Building Control System located throughout
the Seattle Center campus. As one of the most visible and high use city facilities, the importance of
facility "uptime" cannot be understated.

Through our understanding of your needs, we have formulated the enclosed proposal for your review
and consideration. This is based on the criteria set forth in our recent meetings in which you expressed
an interest in adding the equipment associated with various capital projects to our original scope
negotiated in 1991. Based on this, we have formulated the following proposal that allows you to
receive on-going technical support.

As you are aware, you have made a significant investment in your building automation system. This
system replaced the previously installed system due to obsolescence and lack of support. Your
investment can be protected through the implementation of a Technical Support Program offered by
Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. The cost associated with this program will be $19,680.00 annually
with approximately three percent annual escalations.

Our program is designed to assist your operators in conjunction with our expertise in optimizing the
performance and efficiency of your mechanical equipment as well as ensuring optimal comfort and
minimal energy use. Our support program will offer you the following services to minimize system
degradation:

                Software updates.                   Documentation updates.
                Operator consultation.              Preferred labor discounts.
                Priority response time.


We appreciate the opportunity to provide our solution to your building performance requirements. We
look forward to partnering with you throughout the future. If we may be of any assistance, please
contact us.




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                                 TECHNICAL SUPPORT PROGRAM




Operator Support

Our individual on-site Operator Support will help to assure the beneficial
usage of the Landis Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 applications implemented
in your facility. We will provide 88 hours of on-site support to your facility staff
during scheduled visits, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., to
assist your operators in identifying, verifying and resolving problems.

During the support sessions, we can address log book issues, assist your operators in becoming more self
sufficient, as well as tailoring and applying the Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 to your operators specific job
responsibilities.

A Siemens Building Technologies specialist will visit the site to support the on-site staff as requested. This time
may be also used for system diagnostics, troubleshooting, enhancements or modifications. As you add to and
modify systems, periodic reviews can be performed to ensure optimal system performance.




Technology Upgrades

Software Upgrades. Through this service, you’ll get access to new software technology and documentation
equivalent to a new system ... incrementally applied. You’ll benefit from improved building operation, while
extending the life of your Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 investment. We
will provide you with annual software updates along with documentation to
your existing Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 Insight software, and provide
you with on-site instruction so that you become familiar with the new
features and their associated benefits.

Note: We will supply updates for three existing seat licensed Apogee
Insight Packages.




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Optional Support Services

The following services will be made available to Seattle Center on an as-needed basis. These services will be billed against
the blanket contract at our preferred discounted rates as outlined.


Firmware Upgrades

Firmware Upgrades: Firmware Upgrades deliver access to new field
panel firmware technology and documentation equivalent to a new system
… incrementally applied. You will benefit from improved building
operation, while extending the life of your Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600
investment. We will provide you with firmware and documentation updates
to your field panels upon development. Onsite training will familiarize you
with the new features and their associated benefits.

The software and firmware updates deliver the benefits of Siemens Building Technologies’ commitment
to compatibility by design.




                                                      Software Analysis & Optimization

                                                      Software Analysis & Optimization: Through this service, we’ll make
                                                      sure that Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 application programming
                                                      changes made by your staff are clear and consistent; and we’ll address
                                                      any failed points, points in alarm, or points in operator priority. This will
                                                      increase system efficiency, assure compliance to specified conditions,
                                                      and reduce the risk of costly and disruptive system problems.

                                           Using a combination of on-site visits and Siemens Building
Technologies’ Powerful On-line Support Technologies (POST), we’ll perform this semi-annually. We will furnish
and install the necessary on-line service technology to enable us to remotely dial into your Siemens ‘Apogee’
System 600, through a dedicated telephone line that will be provided by you.


Network Analysis & Optimization

Network Analysis & Optimization: Through this service we ensure
reliable and optimized communication throughout your Siemens ‘Apogee’
System 600 Building Level Network data trunks. You’ll have higher data
network up-time; and when infrequent problems do occur, you’ll benefit
from faster problem resolution. We will provide up to 16 hours of network
analysis and trunk integrity testing under this program.

Using Siemens Building Technologies’ Network Performance Diagnostic Technologies, our proactive calibration
and tuning of the data network will include an analysis of node tables, token passes, turn speed, change of values
over the network, unresolved points and overall operation. We will write up a pre/post performance report, and sit
down with you and explain the report findings.




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                         BUSINESS PROTECTION & RECOVERY SYSTEMS

Business Protection & Recovery Services: Through this service we
help protect your Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600’s vital databases of
business information from unforeseen and costly catastrophic events
(lightning strike, electrical power surge, flood, physical damage, etc.).
We’ll back-up your Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600 Insight workstation
software; graphics and field panel databases and provides safe storage
of this critical business information.


Emergency Online Response

We will provide emergency online response at your request. To
provide faster response to emergency service requests and reduce
the costs and disruptions of downtime, we will use Siemens Building
Technologies’ Powerful On-line Support Technologies (POST), and
respond online within two hours of receiving notification for
emergency service, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including
holidays.

Our online service technology enables us to remotely dial into your Siemens ‘Apogee’ System 600, through a
dedicated telephone line that will be provided by you. Emergencies will be mutually determined by Seattle Center
and Siemens Building Technologies.

Remedial Labor
We will provide remedial labor services on a will-call basis. This service is available for remedial services,
technology upgrades, system enhancements or in extensions to existing sites.




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QUALITY ASSURANCE
Quality Assurance/Customer Report Card: You’ll receive
quantifiable, measurable evidence of our performance and the value
of the services we provide. We will meet with you two times per year
to discuss the performance of our services, your technical building
systems, your facilities, and evolving organizational objectives and
strategies. Your satisfaction with the quality of our service is
reviewed, and recommendations for changes in the service program
to better meet your then current needs are discussed.

Through these reviews, your service support program may be fine
tuned to better meet your new needs. We also augment these meetings with periodic customer satisfaction
telephone surveys of your key staff members.



ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT

Dedicated Account Manager. Your Technical Services Account will be assigned to one of our team of Service
Account Engineers. They will coordinate the delivery of service, create engineering control drawings, offer
technical assistance for system programs and engineered control strategies, and help facility managers make
quick, positive decisions to enhance performance of the facility and building automation system. They will also be
responsible for keeping system documentation up-to-date and They will also help implement our quality
assurance program.

Advanced Technology Consulting. Your Sales Engineer will provide credible expertise to building managers
and owners to coach them on key operations and technology issues in order to plan for and implement long term
solutions.

Documentation of All Service Provided. We will document each on-line and on-site service call and furnish the
customer with a copy showing time, date and a brief description of activity. We will provide written work orders for
on-site system preventive maintenance that list the inspection date, individual to report to, equipment
identification, equipment location, work to be performed, and any special instructions.

Value Reconciliation: We will provide a quarterly accounting of all service s provided to date. 90 days prior to
the anniversary date each calendar year, based on this accounting, if there is a shortfall in the services provided,
we will reconcile this through material or labor services to be used at the owners discretion.




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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
Technical Support Program

                                  List of Maintained Equipment

Seattle Center:

   Qty      Equipment                                                                Annual          Size
                                                        Manufacturer                 Update
   25       Modular Building Controller:                Siemens Building             Firmware
            - Controller Module                         Technologies                 (ver 2.5)
            - Power Module
            - All Point Modules
            - Communication Driver
   2        Modular Equipment Controller:               Siemens Building             Firmware
            - Controller Board                          Technologies                 (ver 2.5)
            - Communication Board
            - Termination Board
            - Option Boards
   1        Siemens Apogee Insight ”Server”             Siemens Building             Software
            Graphic User Interface Software             Technologies                 (ver 3.4)
   4        Siemens Apogee Insight ”Client Site         Siemens Building             Software
            Licenses” Software                          Technologies                 (ver 3.4)


Note: The above referenced Siemens controls hardware and software will be maintained during the
      regularly scheduled preventative maintenance visits. The annual Insight building management
      software and field panel firmware updates will be performed on the above noted equipment.

       If any control hardware should fail that is not under the manufacturer’s warranty, the Seattle Center will
   receive the preferred time and material discount pricing as referenced in the proposal.




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                               Seattle City Light




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Executive Summary


The following pages detail Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.'s proposal to provide a structured Technical
Support Program to implement recommended upgrades, enhancements and on-going technical support for the
effective utilization and protection of your Energy Management and Control systems.

Seattle City Light has made a significant investment in the Energy Management and Control systems. This
program has been customized to enhance and protect your investment in these assets through systematic
maintenance and system upgrades to the latest state-of-the-art technology.

This program will promote self-reliance through training of the on-site staff and implementation of the latest in
technology. Our offering centers on providing the customer with a program that will keep your Energy
Management system operating at its peak performance. Our proposed services include:

                                  Software Upgrades
                                  Software Analysis & Optimization
                                  Business Protection & Recovery Services
                                  Emergency Response
                                  Account Management

These services have been customized to meet the specific operating needs of Seattle City Light. Our main
objective is to provide the facilities staff with a cost-effective program that will protect and optimize these assets
by extending the life of the equipment, improve the operator’s overall knowledge of the system and awareness of
how to address potential problems, optimize comfort and increase system reliability.

We appreciate the opportunity to extend our relationship with Seattle City Light.




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Proposed Solution

                                       TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES



The following pages detail the technical support services that will be inclusive under this program for Seattle City Light. The
intent of these upgrades is to periodically upgrade your workstation software to avoid system obsolescence and take
advantage of new streamlined improvements.




Software Upgrades
Through this service, you’ll get access to new software technology and documentation equivalent to a new system ...
incrementally applied. You’ll benefit from improved system performance and operation, while extending the life of your
Siemens Automation System investment.
We will provide you with software updates upon release, along with documentation to your existing Siemens Automation
System Apogee software, and provide you with on-site instruction so that you become familiar with the new features and
their associated benefits.


Software upgrades are included for an Apogee 5-site license.




Software Analysis & Optimization

Through this service, our periodic evaluation will ensure that the Siemens System application, programming and changes
made by your staff are consistent. We will address any failed points, points in alarm, or points in operator priority. This will
increase system efficiency, assure compliance to specified conditions, and reduce the risk of costly and disruptive system
problems.


Software Analysis will be performed annually.




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Proposed Solution



                                        TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES




Operator Coaching and Support

Our on-site Operator Coaching and Support will rekindle learned skills and help to assure the beneficial usage of
the System 600 Automation System applications implemented in your building. We will provide on-site coaching
to your facility staff during scheduled maintenance visits, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., to assist
your operators in identifying, verifying and resolving problems.

During these support sessions, we can address log book issues, assist the operators in becoming more self-
sufficient, as well as tailoring and applying the System 600 to the owner’s needs.


Business Protection & Recovery Services
Business Protection & Recovery Services safeguards your System 600’s vital databases of business information from
unforeseen and costly catastrophic events (lightning strike, electrical power surge, flood, physical damage, etc.). We will
back-up your System 600 Insight workstation software and graphics two (2) times per year, and field panel databases four (4)
times per year to provide safe storage of this critical business information.


Should a catastrophic event occur, we will respond onsite (or online if such service is included in this proposal) to reload the
databases and system files from our stored backup copy.




Educational Services
Through our Educational Services, your employees will learn how to take advantage of the System 600 Apogee’s
applications and capabilities, thus realizing a greater return on your investment. Accompanying this proposal is a local
training directory that outlines a listing of the educational classes that will be available to your designated employees, as well
as the location, dates and times of the education. We will provide associated training documentation and references materials
for the students.


Technical Support Customers receive discounts on classes held in our District Training Center. Classes are billed
accordingly to our published directory price list.




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     Proposed Solution


                                                     Emergency Service

                             Corrective Maintenance and Component Replacement

     System failures can be minimized through proactive diagnostics and maintenance routines. However, in the event of a
     failure, Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. will be there to assist with availability of the following services:


     Labor and material costs are not included within the scope of this technical support program. We will provide remedial labor
     services on a will-call basis. As a TSP customer you will receive a discount on labor rates and component list pricing as
     outlined in the table below. These services are available for remedial services, system enhancements or modifications to the
     existing facilities systems.




Emergency Service

     Onsite Response Window. We will provide immediate field service support to minimize the facility’s downtime in the
     event of equipment failure, between scheduled preventive maintenance visits, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, including
     holidays. The customer and Siemens Building Technologies, Inc will mutually determine emergencies.


     Online Response: As an initial response to a request for assistance, we will provide emergency online response at your
     request. To provide faster response to emergency service requests and reduce the costs and disruptions of downtime, we will
     use Siemens Building Technologies’ Powerful On-line Support Technologies (POST), and respond online within two hours
     of receiving notification for emergency service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays.
     Our online service technology enables us to remotely dial into your Siemens Automation System. The customer and Siemens
     Building Technologies, Inc. will mutually determine emergencies.




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Proposed Solution


Additional Services


In addition to the services provided under your Technical Support Program the following services are available to further
support your facilities performance goals:
    Mechanical Systems Maintenance                          Specialty / Design-Build Contracting
    Fire Alarm / Smoke Control Services                     Energy Consulting & Engineering
    Card Access / Security Services                         Performance Contracting
    Lighting Control                                        Maintenance Management




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Proposed Solution



                                            ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT


Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. provides focus and follow-up by dedicating expert
personnel as resources to manage your account. Coordination, communication and
information can be expected outcomes of the following:


Account Engineering
You will be assigned a dedicated Technical Support Account Engineer who will act as your consultant, and will coordinate
and schedule the delivery of service. The Account Engineer is available for consultation and technical assistance to help
engineers make quick, positive decisions to enhance performance of the facilities automation system. This person is also
responsible for providing technical information, documentation and drawing updates


Advanced Technology Consulting
Your Account Executive will provide credible expertise on the development of new technologies, strategies and tactics to
optimize your systems performance. The Account Executive is a resource to the technical staff to coach them on key
operations, technology issues and product information to assist in planning for and implementing long-term solutions.

Documentation of All Service Provided
We will document each on-line and on-site service call and furnish the customer with a copy showing time, date and a brief
description of activity. We will provide written work orders for system preventive maintenance that lists the inspection date,
individual reporting to, equipment identification, equipment location, work to be performed, and any special instructions.




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Seattle City Light
Seattle, WA

                               List of Maintained Equipment

Qty    Equipment                               Manufacturer               Model


       Insight PC Workstation
 5     Insight Software Updates                Siemens




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                              Siemens Building Technologies


      Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation
        Facilities Maintenance & Development Division
                         802 Roy Street
                       Seattle, WA 98109




                              Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
                              Technical Support Program Proposal




                              January 11, 2002




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Table of Contents                                                                     Page

Executive Summary                                                                      38

Present Situation                                                                      39

Proposed Solution
  - Customer Support Services                                                          40
  - Facility Information Services                                                      40
  - System Performance Updates                                                         41
  - Extended Software Support                                                          41
  - Technical Support Services                                                         42
  - Emergency Service                                                                  43

Program Implementation                                                                 46
  - List of Maintained Equipment                                                       47




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Executive Summary
The following pages detail Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.'s proposal to extend your present Technical Support
Program to support the effective utilization and protections of your Siemens APOGEE Building Management and Control
System. This proposal has been prepared for your consideration based on the needs expressed in our meeting on Wednesday,
January 6, 2002.

The Department of Parks & Recreation has made a significant investment in your APOGEE System 600 Building Control
System. Over the course of the last 15 years you have spent in excess of $1,700,000. This program has been customized to
protect your investment in this asset through systematic maintenance and periodic upgrades to the latest state-of-the-art
technology.

The enclosed proposal represents our solution to meet your objectives of maintaining and enhancing the operation of your
system - thus capitalizing on the effectiveness and efficiency of your operating staff. Our offering centers on providing the
Parks & Recreation Department with a program that will keep your system operating at its peak performance. Our proposed
services include:


   Network Analysis & Optimization                             Business Protection & Recovery Services
   Operator Support / Coaching                                 On-Line Systems Support
   Annual Graphic Software Updates                             Documentation Updates
   Annual Field Panel Firmware Updates                         Software Analysis & Optimization
   Electronic As-Built Documentation                           Value-Added Technical Support Discounts


These services have been customized to meet the specific operating conditions of your network and various associated
facilities. Our main objective is to provide the Department of Parks & Recreation with a cost-effective program that will
protect and optimize your investment by extending the life of the equipment, optimize energy consumption, improve
occupant comfort and increase system reliability.

We appreciate the opportunity to present you with our solution to meeting your building performance requirements. We look
forward to extending our partnership with Department of Parks & Recreation over the life of your facilities.




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Present Situation
The Seattle Parks and Recreation Department’s Apogee Building Management System requires periodic technical support
services to continually achieve peak facility performance through complex technology.

Our service support meeting with Mr. Kip Collard, revealed the following needs and concerns:

A. Develop a cost effective business partnership with Siemens Building Technologies to help reduce
   any possible downtime associated with failed or worn equipment, as well as to help control the
   building operating costs by maintaining the integrity of the Siemens Apogee HVAC Energy
   Management System.

B. Maximize the efficiency of the maintenance staff by providing detailed training and on-site assistance on the operation
    and upkeep of the Siemens Energy Management System.

C. Provide the annual Insight workstation software and field panel firmware updates in order to extend the life and state of
    the art functionality of the Apogee System 600 Energy Management and Control System.

D. Provide the Seattle Parks Facilities Department with the ‘E-Solutions’ Electronic Web Formatted As-built
    documentation for the buildings currently being controlled by the Siemens Apogee EMCS.

E. Reduce any possible downtime associated with emergency situations by being able to provide quick effective service
    whether on-line or on-site.


Focusing on the procedures necessary for making the owner’s needs a reality is a Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. goal.
In the following section of our proposal, we will introduce our proposed solution.




Customer Support Services
Application & Technology Consulting. We will conduct (4) onsite reviews per year of your HVAC Control System to
ensure that it meets your changing needs. Our review will include an analysis of the HVAC Control System, as well as



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applicable building control technologies. We will combine these reviews with a written report of our findings and
recommendations, and conduct a face-to-face debriefing. Our report and debriefing may include recommendations on
implementing or re-enabling energy management or new control strategies. For example, we may recommend returning
manual to automatic mode as appropriate. We may recommend adding and/or modifying applications, sensors, points, panels
and/or software where needed to improve building operation and performance.

Educational Services. Through our Educational Services, your employees will learn how to take advantage of the HVAC
Control System applications and capabilities of the Siemens Apogee System 600, thus realizing a greater return on your
investment. We will provide on-site detailed training for your facility staff. Siemens will provide (16) hours of detailed on-
site training for the maintenance staff responsible for the day to day operations and upkeep of the APOGEE building
management system.

Operator Coaching. During our regularly scheduled on-site visits, we will review and reinforce learned skills, leading to
greater utilization of HVAC Control System applications implemented in your facility. Our system experts assist your
operators in identifying, verifying and resolving problems found in executing tasks. During the coaching sessions, we can
address service log book issues, assist your operators in becoming more self sufficient, and tailor HVAC Control System
applications to the needs of your facility and to your operators’ specific job responsibilities.




Facility Information Services
Environmental Reporting & Consulting. Through Environmental Reporting & Consulting, we will analyze HVAC
Control System data for your facility, identify problem areas, and suggest corrective actions to ensure that environmental
conditions are as desired. We will combine the report with facility evaluations to identify and recommend environmental
control strategies.




System Performance Updates
Firmware Updates. With the Field Panel Firmware updates (total of 42), the Parks Department will benefit from new
features and enhancements that will improve building operations, while extending the life of your APOGEE energy
management system. We will provide you with firmware and documentation updates to your existing field control panels
upon development. Onsite training will familiarize you with the new features and their associated benefits. These updates
deliver the benefits of Siemens Building Technologies’ commitment to compatibility by design; a commitment unique in our
industry. Field panels included under this service are identified in the List of Maintained Equipment.

Software Updates. With the annual Apogee Insight Software Updates (total of 2), the Parks Department will benefit from
new features and enhancements that will improve building operations, while extending the life of your APOGEE energy
management system. We will provide you with annual software and documentation updates to your existing graphic
interface software. We include onsite training to familiarize you with the new features and their associated benefits. These
updates deliver the benefits of Siemens Building Technologies’ commitment to compatibility by design, a commitment
unique in our industry. The Graphic workstations included under this service are identified in the List of Maintained
Equipment.




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Extended Software Support
Graphics Creation. While on-site during the scheduled preventative maintenance visits, we will modify building graphics,
as needed, in order to ensure that the software interface continues to meet your needs.

Graphics Backup. We will backup the graphic software database (2) time(s) per year. In the event of hardware failure, we
will reload the graphics database and system file from our current backup copy.

Software Analysis & Optimization. Software Analysis & Optimization ensures that HVAC Control System application
programming changes made by your staff are correct, clear and consistent. We will address any programming errors, failed
points, points in alarm, unresolved points, or points in operator priority. This will increase system efficiency, ensure
compliance to specified conditions, and reduce the risk of costly and disruptive system problems. Using a combination of
onsite visits and our Powerful Online Support Technologies (POST), we will perform this service (2) time(s) per year.




Technical Support Services
Automation Controls Analysis & Optimization. Automation controls can drift out of calibration with changes in
mechanical component performance, building use, and climatic conditions. We will analyze and optimize automation
controls in accordance with a program of standard routines, including preventive maintenance, as determined by our
experience, equipment application and location. Automation Controls Analysis & Optimization, will extend equipment life,
reduce energy consumption, and reduce the risk of costly and disruptive breakdowns. The List of Maintained Equipment
details the equipment included under this service.

Business Protection & Recovery Services. Business Protection & Recovery Services safeguards your HVAC Control
System’s vital databases of business information from unforeseen and costly catastrophic events (lightning strike, electrical
power surge, flood, physical damage, etc.). We will back-up your HVAC Control System workstation software, graphics and
field panel databases (4) time(s) per year, and provide safe storage of this critical business information. Should a catastrophic
event occur, we will respond onsite (or online if such service is included in this proposal) to reload the databases and system
files from our stored backup copy and to ensure proper operation and performance.

Control Loop Analysis & Optimization. Control devices, such as valves, dampers, actuators, etc., by their nature drift out
of calibration with changes in mechanical efficiency, building use, and climatic conditions. Through Control Loop Analysis
& Optimization we ensure the control loops throughout your HVAC Control System experience minimized overshooting and
oscillatory behavior. You will benefit from lower energy consumption through more efficient equipment usage. This service
will be provided as needed while on-site during the regularly scheduled preventative maintenance visits.

On-line Systems Troubleshooting and Diagnostics. Through our Service Response Center, Siemens can link our office to
your building's automation system via modem, and remotely monitor the HVAC Control System's performance. In the event
of an alarm condition and/or questions building operators may dial our Service Response Center and get assistance with
questions/concerns on the operation of their facility.




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Documentation and Quality Assurance

Documentation of All Service Provided. We will document each on-line and on-site service call and furnish you with a
copy showing time, date, and a brief description of activity. Work orders for on-site system preventive maintenance will list
the inspection date, individual to report to, equipment identification, equipment location, work to be performed, and any
special instructions.

Quality Assurance Program. Our Service Account Engineer will meet with you (1) time per year to evaluate system
performance and your satisfaction with the quality of service that is being provided under your Technical Support Program.


Value-Added Technical Support Program Discounts
Equipment: Siemens Building Technologies will provide a 50% plus an additional 20% discount off our published list
price for all Siemens Building Technologies equipment not covered by the scope of the agreement. Please reference the List
of Maintained Equipment located in the appendix.

Labor: Siemens Building Technologies will provide a guaranteed discounted hourly labor rate for all emergency work
performed outside the scope of the base agreement. Please reference the Pacific Northwest Time and Material Rate Policy
located in the appendix.



Emergency Online Response

We will provide emergency online response at your request. To provide faster response to emergency service requests
and reduce the costs and disruptions of downtime, we will use Siemens Building Technologies’ Powerful On-line Support
Technologies (POST), and respond online within two hours of receiving notification for emergency service, 24 hours a day, 7
days a week, including holidays.

Our online service technology enables us to remotely dial into your System 600, through a dedicated telephone line that will
be provided by you. Emergency dispatched services will be billed at the preferred service customer time and material rates
and shall be at the notification and approval of the Seattle Parks maintenance department.




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ËSolutions – Electronic On-line Documentation Software

Facility Engineering Homepage Scope
Custom designed Internet browser-based web site providing facility engineers with a powerful and flexible tool to
manage their facility infrastructure. Quickly view building data including: control drawings, control devices and
their cut sheets, valve and damper schedules, and sequences of operation by using a web browser interface.
Expand the Facility Engineering Homepage to include links to other pertinent information essential to efficient
facility operations. Significantly improve facility staff efficiency and building performance while maintaining
accurate and up-to-date facility data electronically.

Deliverable:
Siemens custom designed Startpage with the Seattle Parks Department’s name and logo displayed.
The Startpage will display all major system category hyperlinks along the left side and links to install ACAD
Whip! Viewer and ADOBE Acrobat Reader that are included with the setup CD. See attached for screen captures
that illustrate the deliverable homepage and associated links.

Links:
   Sequence of Operations
   Equipment Indexes - Location, Areas Served, Cut Sheets, etc.
   Control As-built Drawings – With easy click-on equipment links to Equipment Indexes
   Vendor Supplied Catalogs
   Internal Memos
   Engineer’s Log

Customized Installation CD
Installation on customer’s PC (4 existing APOGEE workstations)
Engineering / Installation / Check-out / Commissioning

During Year 1 Siemens will install the Electronic On-Line Documentation Software for the following control projects:


    Ballard Community Ctr
    Ballard Pool
    Bitterlake Community Center
    Delridge Community Ctr
    Discovery Visitors Center
    Facilities Maintenance Office
    Garfield Community Ctr
    Greenlake Community Ctr
    Helene Madison Pool
    Meadowbrook Community Ctr




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       ËSolutions – Electronic On-line Documentation Software

       During Year 2 Siemens will install the Electronic On-Line Documentation Software for the following control projects:


           Medgar Ever Pool
           Miller Community Ctr
           Prichard Beach Bathhouse
           Queen Anne Pool
           Rainier Beach Comminty Ctr
           Rainier Beach Pool
           Seattle Aquarium Aquatic System
           Seattle Aquarium HVAC System
           South Park Community Ctr


       During Year 3 Siemens will install the Electronic On-Line Documentation Software for the following control projects:


           Southwest Pool
           WPZ - Animal Health Complex
           WPZ - Animal Research Ctr
           WPZ - Asian Tropical Forrest
           WPZ - Elephant House
           WPZ - Nocturnal House
           WPZ - Tropical Rainforest
           WPZ - Zoo Crew Quarters


       (16) Hours of Owner Training and Instruction


       Ongoing Technical Support

Recommended (32) hours of annual technical support for Facility Engineering Homepage. This time can be spent on the
      following:

           Operator Support:
            - Address general technical issues with the product that might arise.
            - Operator instruction.

            Content Management:
            - Consultation regarding customer ideas for enhancements to the site.
            - Updating software to reflect new as-built control drawings as construction projects are completed.
            - Semiannual updates to electronic documentation (cutsheets, electronic manuals, etc.)




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Program Implementation
In 1991 the senior management of Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. initiated a Total Quality Leadership
Program to show our commitment to quality in the products and services we offer. Our commitment to quality
service and Outstanding Customer Value has been incorporated into the implementation plan developed for your
Technical Support Program. We continually ask for and encourage customer feedback in helping us benchmark
our performance with the quality of products and service provided at your facility. Siemens Building
Technologies, Inc. approaches every new project and service as a partnership and long-term commitment, we
value our customers and continually strive for our goal of 100% customer satisfaction.

The following Energy Management professionals will be dedicated to your Technical Support Program:

Shari Kurtz will be your Service Account Engineer. He will ensure the delivery of the scheduled preventative
maintenance, on-line service, as well as implementing our Quality Assurance Program.

Tom Vanwinkle will be your primary Service Specialist for the System 600.

Matt Wegworth is the Service Account Manager assigned to your facility. He is responsible for aligning your
service needs and the service needs of the facility with the Siemens Building Technologies System 600 Energy
Management System.

Paul Ainsworth is the Service Operations Manager and is responsible for all of the service
related operational issues and for ensuring your satisfaction.

                           Siemens Building Technologies Service Organizational Chart
                                for the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department


                                         Bob King
                                      District Manager



                                    Paul Ainsworth
                              Service Operations Manager



                       Matt Wegworth                   Shari Kurtz
                      Account Manager                Service Engineer



                                      Tom Vanwinkle                  Brian Vickery
                                     Service Specialist            Service Specialist
                                          Primary                     Secondary




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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
Technical Support Program

                                   List of Installed Equipment

Seattle Parks and Recreation Department:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
14     Modular Bldg Controller:             Siemens Building
       - Controller Module                  Technologies
       - Power Module
       - Point Modules
       - Communication Hardware
28     Stand-Alone Controller:              Siemens Building
       - Controller Board                   Technologies
       - Power Supply
       - Termination Board
       - Communication Board
1      APOGEE Desktop Graphic Interface     Siemens Building         Software
       Workstation Software                 Technologies             3.x
1      APOGEE Laptop Graphic Interface      Siemens Building         Software
       Workstation Software                 Technologies             3.x
2      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics




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                              Siemens Building Technologies


                              City of Seattle
                          Fleets and Facilities Division
                               610 Third Avenue
                               Seattle, WA 98104




                              Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
                              Technical Support Program Proposal




                              February 25, 2002




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Table of Contents                                                                     Page

Executive Summary                                                                      50

Present Situation                                                                      51

Proposed Solution
  - Customer Support Services                                                          52
  - Facility Information Services                                                      52
  - System Performance Updates                                                         53
  - Extended Software Support                                                          53
  - Technical Support Services                                                         54
  - Emergency Service                                                                  55

Program Implementation                                                                 59
  - List of Maintained Equipment                                                       60




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Executive Summary
The following pages detail Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.'s proposal to extend your present Technical Support
Program to support the effective utilization and protections of your Siemens APOGEE Building Management and Control
System. This proposal has been prepared for your consideration based on the needs expressed in our meeting on Wednesday,
January 6, 2003.

The Fleets and Facilities Division has made a significant investment in your APOGEE System 600 Building Control System.
This program has been customized to protect your investment in this asset through systematic maintenance and periodic
upgrades to the latest state-of-the-art technology.

The enclosed proposal represents our solution to meet your objectives of maintaining and enhancing the operation of your
system - thus capitalizing on the effectiveness and efficiency of your operating staff. Our offering centers on providing the
Fleets and Facilities Division with a program that will keep your system operating at its peak performance. Our proposed
services include:


   Network Analysis & Optimization                              Business Protection & Recovery Services
 Operator Support / Coaching                                    On-Line Systems Support
   Annual Graphic Software Updates                              Factory Authorized Training Classes
   Annual Field Panel Firmware Updates                          Software Analysis & Optimization
   Electronic As-Built Documentation                            Value-Added Technical Support Discounts


These services have been customized to meet the specific operating conditions of your network and various associated
facilities. Our main objective is to provide the Fleets and Facility Division with a cost-effective program that will protect
your investment by extending the life of the mechanical equipment, optimize energy consumption, improve occupant comfort
and increase system reliability.

We appreciate the opportunity to present you with our solution to meeting your building performance requirements. We look
forward to extending our partnership with the Fleets and Facilities Division for the life of your buildings.




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Present Situation
The City of Seattle Fleets and Facilities Division’s Apogee Building Management System requires periodic technical support
services to continually achieve peak facility performance.

Our service support meeting with Mr. Robert Blakey, revealed the following needs and concerns:

B. Develop a cost effective business partnership with Siemens Building Technologies to help reduce
   any possible downtime associated with failed or worn equipment, as well as to help control the
   building operating costs by maintaining the integrity of the Siemens Apogee HVAC Energy
   Management System.

F. Maximize the efficiency of the maintenance staff by providing detailed training and on-site assistance on the operation
    and upkeep of the Siemens Energy Management System.

G. Provide the annual Insight workstation software and field panel firmware updates in order to extend the life and state of
    the art functionality of the Apogee System 600 Energy Management and Control System.

H. Include as a part of the proposed Technical Support Program (2) 4 day Factory Authorized Training Classes to be held at
    the Pacific Northwest Training Center in Bellevue, WA.

I. As an Add Option, provide the Fleets and Facilities Division with the ‘E-Solutions’ Electronic Web Formatted As-built
    documentation for the buildings currently being controlled by the Siemens Apogee EMCS.

J. Reduce any possible downtime associated with emergency situations by being able to provide quick effective service
    whether on-line or on-site.


Focusing on the procedures necessary for making the owner’s needs a reality is a Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. goal.
In the following section of our proposal, we will introduce our proposed solution.




Customer Support Services
Application & Technology Consulting. We will conduct (4) onsite reviews per year of your HVAC Control System to
ensure that it meets your changing needs. Our review will include an analysis of the HVAC Control System, as well as
applicable building control technologies. We will combine these reviews with a written report of our findings and



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recommendations, and conduct a face-to-face debriefing. Our report and debriefing may include recommendations on
implementing or re-enabling energy management or new control strategies. For example, we may recommend returning
manual to automatic mode as appropriate. We may recommend adding and/or modifying applications, sensors, points, panels
and/or software where needed to improve building operation and performance.

Educational Services. Through our Educational Services, your employees will learn how to take advantage of the HVAC
Control System applications and capabilities of the Siemens Apogee System 600, thus realizing a greater return on your
investment. We will provide on-site detailed training for your facility staff. Siemens will provide (16) hours of detailed on-
site training for the maintenance staff responsible for the day to day operations and upkeep of the APOGEE building
management system.

Operator Coaching. During our regularly scheduled on-site visits, we will review and reinforce learned skills, leading to
greater utilization of HVAC Control System applications implemented in your facility. Our system experts assist your
operators in identifying, verifying and resolving problems found in executing tasks. During the coaching sessions, we can
address service log book issues, assist your operators in becoming more self sufficient, and tailor HVAC Control System
applications to the needs of your facility and to your operators’ specific job responsibilities.


Facility Information Services
Environmental Reporting & Consulting. Through Environmental Reporting & Consulting, we will analyze HVAC
Control System data for your facility, identify problem areas, and suggest corrective actions to ensure that environmental
conditions are as desired. We will combine the report with facility evaluations to identify and recommend environmental
control strategies.




System Performance Updates
Firmware Updates. With the Field Panel Firmware updates (total of 12), the Fleets and Facilities Division will benefit from
new features and enhancements that will improve building operations, while extending the life of your APOGEE energy
management system. We will provide you with firmware and documentation updates to your existing field control panels
upon development. Onsite training will familiarize you with the new features and their associated benefits. These updates
deliver the benefits of Siemens Building Technologies’ commitment to compatibility by design; a commitment unique in our
industry. Field panels included under this service are identified in the List of Maintained Equipment.

Software Updates. With the annual Apogee Insight Software Updates (total of 1), the Fleets and Facilities Division will
benefit from new features and enhancements that will improve building operations, while extending the life of your APOGEE
energy management system. We will provide you with annual software and documentation updates to your existing graphic
interface software. We include onsite training to familiarize you with the new features and their associated benefits. These
updates deliver the benefits of Siemens Building Technologies’ commitment to compatibility by design, a commitment
unique in our industry. The Graphic workstations included under this service are identified in the List of Maintained
Equipment.

Extended Software Support

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Graphics Creation. While on-site during the scheduled preventative maintenance visits, we will modify building
graphics, as needed, in order to ensure that the software interface continues to meet your needs.

Graphics Backup. We will backup the graphic software database (2) time(s) per year. In the event of hardware
failure, we will reload the graphics database and system file from our current backup copy.

Software Analysis & Optimization. Software Analysis & Optimization ensures that HVAC Control System application
programming changes made by your staff are correct, clear and consistent. We will address any programming errors, failed
points, points in alarm, unresolved points, or points in operator priority. This will increase system efficiency, ensure
compliance to specified conditions, and reduce the risk of costly and disruptive system problems. Using a combination of
onsite visits and our Powerful Online Support Technologies (POST), we will perform this service (2) time(s) per year.




Technical Support Services
Automation Controls Analysis & Optimization. Automation controls can drift out of calibration with changes in
mechanical component performance, building use, and climatic conditions. We will analyze and optimize automation
controls in accordance with a program of standard routines, including preventive maintenance, as determined by our
experience, equipment application and location. Automation Controls Analysis & Optimization, will extend equipment life,
reduce energy consumption, and reduce the risk of costly and disruptive breakdowns. The List of Maintained Equipment
details the equipment included under this service.

Business Protection & Recovery Services. Business Protection & Recovery Services safeguards your HVAC Control
System’s vital databases of business information from unforeseen and costly catastrophic events (lightning strike, electrical
power surge, flood, physical damage, etc.). We will back-up your HVAC Control System workstation software, graphics and
field panel databases (4) time(s) per year, and provide safe storage of this critical business information. Should a catastrophic
event occur, we will respond onsite (or online if such service is included in this proposal) to reload the databases and system
files from our stored backup copy and to ensure proper operation and performance.

Control Loop Analysis & Optimization. Control devices, such as valves, dampers, actuators, etc., by their nature drift out
of calibration with changes in mechanical efficiency, building use, and climatic conditions. Through Control Loop Analysis
& Optimization we ensure the control loops throughout your HVAC Control System experience minimized overshooting and
oscillatory behavior. You will benefit from lower energy consumption through more efficient equipment usage. This service
will be provided as needed while on-site during the regularly scheduled preventative maintenance visits.

On-line Systems Troubleshooting and Diagnostics. Through our Service Response Center, Siemens can link our office to
your building's automation system via modem, and remotely monitor the HVAC Control System's performance. In the event
of an alarm condition and/or questions building operators may dial our Service Response Center and get assistance with
questions/concerns on the operation of their facility.




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Documentation and Quality Assurance

Documentation of All Service Provided. We will document each on-line and on-site service call and furnish you with a
copy showing time, date, and a brief description of activity. Work orders for on-site system preventive maintenance will list
the inspection date, individual to report to, equipment identification, equipment location, work to be performed, and any
special instructions.

Quality Assurance Program. Our Service Account Engineer will meet with you (1) time per year to evaluate system
performance and your satisfaction with the quality of service that is being provided under your Technical Support Program.


Value-Added Technical Support Program Discounts
Equipment: Siemens Building Technologies will provide a 50% plus an additional 20% discount off our published list
price for all Siemens Building Technologies equipment not covered by the scope of the agreement. Please reference the List
of Maintained Equipment located in the appendix.

Labor: Siemens Building Technologies will provide a guaranteed discounted hourly labor rate for all emergency work
performed outside the scope of the base agreement. Please reference the Pacific Northwest Time and Material Rate Policy
located in the appendix.



Emergency Online Response

We will provide emergency online response at your request. To provide faster response to emergency service requests
and reduce the costs and disruptions of downtime, we will use Siemens Building Technologies’ Powerful On-line Support
Technologies (POST), and respond online within two hours of receiving notification for emergency service, 24 hours a day, 7
days a week, including holidays.

Our online service technology enables us to remotely dial into your Apogee System 600, through a dedicated telephone line
that will be provided by you. Emergency dispatched services will be billed at the preferred service customer time and
material rates and shall be at the notification and approval of the Fleets and Facilities maintenance department.




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Certified Factory Training

Classroom Courses with Hands-on Training. Training courses are specifically
designed to teach building engineers how to use Siemens Building Technologies’
products to manage your facility more efficiently, reduce energy costs, and
increase comfort. Our training programs provide objective-based learning for you
and your building operating staff.
All courses are designed to give students individual attention from the instructor and to provide hands-on practice.
Enrollment is limited so that students two students use each workstation. Each workstation includes a field panel, an air
handling unit training simulator, and the operator interfaces appropriate for the class.

Class are structured in four day blocks and our held at our Pacific Northwest training center located in Bellevue, WA.
Certified training courses are held throughout the year and can be scheduled in advance via our registrar in our Bellevue
office (425-455-3700).

Accommodations and transportation are the responsibility of the student. Hotel and travel information will be included in the
confirmation letter you receive after you register.

The Technical Support Program proposal for the City of Seattle Fleets and Facilities Division includes (2) four day factory
certified training classes to be held at the Siemens Pacific Northwest Training Facility located in Bellevue, WA.

(**Note: the per student charge for (1) four day training class = $1,260.00**)




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ËSolutions – Add Option for Electronic On-line Documentation Software

Facility Engineering Homepage Scope
Custom designed Internet browser-based web site providing facility engineers with a powerful and flexible tool to
manage their facility infrastructure. Quickly view building data including: control drawings, control devices and
their cut sheets, valve and damper schedules, and sequences of operation by using a web browser interface.
Expand the Facility Engineering Homepage to include links to other pertinent information essential to efficient
facility operations. Significantly improve facility staff efficiency and building performance while maintaining
accurate and up-to-date facility data electronically.

Deliverable:
Siemens custom designed Start page with the Seattle Parks Department’s name and logo displayed.
The Start page will display all major system category hyperlinks along the left side and links to install ACAD
Whip! Viewer and ADOBE Acrobat Reader that are included with the setup CD. See attached for screen captures
that illustrate the deliverable homepage and associated links.

Links:
   Sequence of Operations
   Equipment Indexes - Location, Areas Served, Cut Sheets, etc.
   Control As-built Drawings – With easy click-on equipment links to Equipment Indexes
   Vendor Supplied Catalogs
   Internal Memos
   Engineer’s Log

Customized Installation CD
Installation on customer’s PC (4 existing APOGEE workstations)
Engineering / Installation / Check-out / Commissioning

(8) Hours of Owner Training and Instruction

Siemens will install the Electronic On-Line Documentation Software for the following control projects:


- East Precinct
- West Precinct
- Fire Station #29
- Charles Street Station
- Park 90/5 Water Quality Lab
- Park 90/5 Building ‘A’
- Animal Control Facility
- Fueling Station
- Municipal Building
- Fire Garage (Generator)




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       ËSolutions – Electronic On-line Documentation Software

       Ongoing Technical Support

Recommended (16) hours of annual technical support for Facility Engineering Homepage. This time can be spent on the
      following:

           Operator Support:
            - Address general technical issues with the product that might arise.
            - Operator instruction.

            Content Management:
            - Consultation regarding customer ideas for enhancements to the site.
            - Updating software to reflect new as-built control drawings as construction projects are completed.
            - Semiannual updates to electronic documentation (cutsheets, electronic manuals, etc.)




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Program Implementation
In 1991 the senior management of Siemens Building Technologies, Inc. initiated a Total Quality Leadership
Program to show our commitment to quality in the products and services we offer. Our commitment to quality
service and Outstanding Customer Value has been incorporated into the implementation plan developed for your
Technical Support Program. We continually ask for and encourage customer feedback in helping us benchmark
our performance with the quality of products and service provided at your facility. Siemens Building
Technologies, Inc. approaches every new project and service as a partnership and long-term commitment, we
value our customers and continually strive for our goal of 100% customer satisfaction.

The following Energy Management professionals will be dedicated to your Technical Support Program:

Shari Kurtz will be your Service Account Engineer. He will ensure the delivery of the scheduled preventative
maintenance, on-line service, as well as implementing our Quality Assurance Program.

Tom Vanwinkle will be your primary Service Specialist for the System 600.

Matt Wegworth is the Service Account Manager assigned to your facility. He is responsible for aligning your
service needs and the service needs of the facility with the Siemens Building Technologies System 600 Energy
Management System.

Paul Ainsworth is the Service Operations Manager and is responsible for all of the service
related operational issues and for ensuring your satisfaction.

                           Siemens Building Technologies Service Organizational Chart
                               for the City of Seattle Fleets and Facilities Division


                                         Bob King
                                      District Manager



                                    Paul Ainsworth
                              Service Operations Manager



                       Matt Wegworth                   Shari Kurtz
                      Account Manager                Service Engineer



                                      Tom Vanwinkle                  Brian Vickery
                                     Service Specialist            Service Specialist
                                          Primary                     Secondary




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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
Technical Support Program

                                  List of Maintained Equipment

East Precinct Building:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      Modular Bldg Controller:             Siemens Building         Version 2.3
       - Controller Module                  Technologies
       - Power Module
       - Point Modules
       - Communication Hardware
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics



West Precinct Building:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      Modular Bldg Controller:             Siemens Building         Version 2.3
       - Controller Module                  Technologies
       - Power Module
       - Point Modules
       - Communication Hardware
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics



Fire Station #29:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      FLN Controller:                      Siemens Building         Version 2.3
       - Controller Module                  Technologies
       - Power Module
       - Point Modules
       - Communication Hardware
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics




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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
Technical Support Program

                                   List of Maintained Equipment

Charles Street Station:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      Modular Equipment Controller:        Siemens Building         Version 2.3
       - Controller Board                   Technologies
       - Power Supply
       - Termination Board
       - Communication Board
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics



Park 90/5 Complex - Water Quality Lab:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
3      Modular Bldg Controller:             Siemens Building         Version 1.41
       - Controller Module                  Technologies              Pre-Apogee
       - Power Module
       - Point Modules
       - Communication Hardware
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics


Fire Garage - Generator:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      Modular Equipment Controller:        Siemens Building         Version 2.3
       - Controller Board                   Technologies
       - Power Supply
       - Termination Board
       - Communication Board
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics




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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
Technical Support Program

                                   List of Maintained Equipment
Park 90/5 Complex – Building ‘A’:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      Modular Equipment Controller:        Siemens Building         Version 2.4
       - Controller Board                   Technologies
       - Power Supply
       - Termination Board
       - Communication Board
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics


Animal Control Facility:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      Modular Bldg Controller:             Siemens Building         Version 2.4
       - Controller Module                  Technologies
       - Power Module
       - Point Modules
       - Communication Hardware
1      Modular Equipment Controller:        Siemens Building         Version 2.4
       - Controller Board                   Technologies
       - Power Supply
       - Termination Board
       - Communication Board
1      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics



Public Safety Building:
Qty    Equipment                            Manufacturer             Annual Updates         Size
1      APOGEE Desktop Graphic Interface     Siemens Building         Software
       Workstation Software                 Technologies             3.x
2      Dial-out External Modem              U.S. Robotics




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Siemens Building Technologies, Inc.
Technical Support Program

                                      List of Maintained Equipment
Fueling Station:
Qty   Equipment                              Manufacturer       Annual Updates      Size
1     Modular Equipment Controller:          Siemens Building   Version 2.4
      - Controller Board                     Technologies
      - Power Supply
      - Termination Board
      - Communication Board
1     Dial-out External Modem                U.S. Robotics



Municipal Building:
Qty   Equipment                              Manufacturer       Annual Updates      Size
1     Modular Bldg Controller:               Siemens Building   Version 2.4
      - Controller Module                    Technologies
      - Power Module
      - Point Modules
      - Communication Hardware
1     Dial-out External Modem                U.S. Robotics




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    Appendix C


Rates of Compensation




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                                      Prevailing Wage
All work under this Agreement is subject to the wage requirements of RCW 39.12 (Prevailing Wages on Public
Works), RCW 49.28 (Hours of Labor), and to RCW 49.46 (Minimum Wage Act) as amended or supplemented.
On projects funded in whole or part from Federal monies, Federal wage laws and rules shall also apply. When
the Work is subject to both State and Federal prevailing wage requirements, the Contractor and every
subcontractor must comply with whichever standard is higher.

The Contractor, any subcontractor or other person doing any portion of the work covered by this Agreement,
shall not pay any laborer, worker, or mechanic less than the applicable prevailing hourly wage rates and fringe
benefits for said worker's classification. Higher wages and benefits may be paid at the Contractor's option. It
shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor to assign the appropriate classification to all laborers, workers
or mechanics who perform any work pursuant to this Contract, in conformance with the scope of work
descriptions of the Industrial Statistician of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. It shall
also be the Contractor's sole responsibility to ascertain the applicable prevailing rate of wage for each such
classification, as set forth by the State of Washington for the county in which the work is performed.

The Owner holds the Contractor responsible for compliance of all subcontractors with payroll reporting
requirements and payment of prevailing wages.




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                                             Negotiated/Bid Work
At times the City of Seattle may enter into negotiations and or competitively bid a specific body of work covered under the scope
 of work for this Agreement. Such work, when performed by the Contractor shall be compensable only at the negotiated or bid
   price. Nothing in this agreement shall be interpreted so as to require the City to reimburse the Contractor at the higher rates
                documented in the attached Rate Schedules if a body of work is negotiated, or bid, at a lower rate.




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                                                   Price Adjustments
1.   All prices stated in the attached rate schedules are firm fixed prices for 1 year from the effective date of this contract.

2.   Prices that are based on discounts/mark-ups from catalog pricing shall be based on the most current catalog price in effect at
     the time of purchase. All discount/mark-up percentages shall remain firm fixed for the duration of this contract, unless a
     revision is mutually negotiated by all parties to the agreement.

3.   Prices that are based on a mark-up from Contractors cost shall be based on the invoice price for the goods or services as
     received. All mark-up percentages shall remain firm fixed for the duration of this contract, unless a revision is mutually
     negotiated by all parties to the agreement. Contractor's invoice receipt shall be furnished upon request by the City.

4.   All prices not based on percentage discount/mark-up (items 2 & 3 above) shall be adjusted annually on the anniversary of
     the effective date of this contract by use of the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners in the Seattle-Tacoma-
     Bremerton Area (CPI-W) as follows:

     A. Price increases will be based on the CPI-W percentage change for the most recently completed calendar year as
        compared to the immediately preceding calendar year.
     B. Data source is the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
     C. In the event that the CPI-W is not available for the relevant periods, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers
        (CPI-U) will be substituted. In the event that neither index is available, another index will be substituted subject to
        mutual agreement.
     D. All prices subject to Consumer Price Index adjustment in the Rate Schedules (attached) are so noted by a footnote on
        the Rate Schedule.
     E. The formula to be used for adjustment is:

                   Current price + ((CPI-W % Change)* Current Price) = New Price




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    Annual Building Automation Technical Support Program Price
                         Estimated Cost
 The cost estimate below is provided as an estimate only. Actual costs will be based on the attached
Rate Schedules in the following sections, and will vary depending upon the installed equipment being
                                   maintained by the Contractor.

                                            Seattle Fleets &     Seattle Parks      Seattle City Light
              Contract Year                Facilities Division    Department          Department          Seattle Center
September 01, 2003 thru August 31, 2004:            $18,480.00         $19,576.00             $6,512.00          $19,680.00




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2003 Rate Schedule for Services

LABOR RATES (Effective 2003):

                                            Straight Time           Overtime (M-F 5PM -8AM,         Double time
Labor Type                                  (Mon-Fri 8AM-           24 hrs Sat)                     (Sundays/Holidays)
                                            5PM)
Automation Specialist/Technician 1          $95.00/hr               $142.50/hr                      $190.00/hr
Building Automation Engineering             $92.00/hr               $138.00/hr                      $184.00/hr
Services 1
Mechanic/Fitter 1                           $89.00/hr               $133.50/hr                      $178.00/hr
Fire Alarm Specialist/Technician 1          $95.00/hr               $142.50/hr                      $190.00/hr
Fire Alarm Engineering Services 1           $95.00/hr               $142.50/hr                      $190.00/hr
Security Specialist/Technician 1            $95.00/hr               $142.50/hr                      $190.00/hr

PARTS PRICING:
Siemens Manufactured Material Discount:                         *List Price less 50% + an additional 25%

OEM Manufactured Material Discount:                             **@ List Price less 35%

OUTSIDE MATERIAL / LABOR PRICING:
Parts/Materials Markup (Outside Sources):               Siemens Cost + 15% Overhead + 8% Profit

Sub-Contractor Parts and Labor Markup:                          Siemens Cost + 15% Overhead + 8% Profit

TERMS:
FOB:                                                            Destination
Freight:                                                        Prepaid & Allowed @ cost
Payment Terms:                                                  Net 30
The Siemens Building Technologies’ value-added 50/25% list pricing discount is being extended to the
City of Seattle for a (5) year term beginning 01/01/2003.

The indicated material discounts and outside material and labor pricing shall be utilized for all City of
Seattle work whether direct with the owner or as a subcontractor through the construction tiers.
Siemens Building Technologies labor rates will be reviewed and updated annually.

*       Parts discount pricing applies to automation products manufactured by Siemens Building Technologies only.
        Please reference the 2003 Siemens list pricing catalog.

**      @ Material discount pricing applies to products/materials manufactured for Siemens by outside contractors
        under Siemens auspices. Please reference the 2003 @ List pricing catalog.

EXPENSES:
Mileage Rate and Per Diem Expenses (if applicable) will Reflect the Domestic Federal GSA Rate Schedule. Domestic GSA
Rates can be Referenced at GSA - Office of Governmentwide Policy.

REQUIREMENTS:
     Charges Start from the time of dispatch to the time work is complete.
     On-site service requires a two (2) hour minimum charge.

1
    Rate will be adjusted annually for inflation based on the CPI-W index. See Item 9. Appendix C. Item C "Price Adjustments".
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2003 Rate Schedule of Additional Technical Support
Program Tasking

                                                                                           Unit Price                 Unit Price                 Unit Price             Unit Price
Software & Customer Support Services:                                                          FFD                 Parks and Rec              Seattle Center            City Light
Apogee Insight Sep[rver PC Software Update Console #1: 1                                     $4,381.00                 $4,381.00                   $4,381.00              $4,381.00
Apogee Insight Client PC Software Update Consoles #2-5: 1                                    $2,340.00                 $2,340.00                   $2,340.00              $2,340.00
Firmware Updates (SCU) 1                                                                      $455.00                   $455.00                     $455.00                $455.00
Firmware Updates (MBC) 1                                                                      $425.00                   $425.00                     $425.00                $425.00
Firmware Updates (MEC) 1                                                                      $425.00                   $425.00                     $425.00                $425.00
Firmware Updates (FLN Ctrlr) 1                                                                $425.00                   $425.00                     $425.00                $425.00
On-Line Electronic Documentation: ($/hour of technician support) 1                            $95.00                     $95.00                     $95.00                 $95.00
Graphics Creation: ($/hour of technician support) 1                                           $95.00                     $95.00                     $95.00                 $95.00
Operator Suppor / Operator Consultation: ($/hour of technician support) 1                     $95.00                     $95.00                     $95.00                 $95.00

System Performance Services:
Application & Technology Consulting: (per occurance) 1                                        $126.00                   $126.00                     $126.00                $126.00
Software Analysis & Optimization: (per occurance) 1                                           $386.00                   $386.00                     $290.00                $386.00
Automation Controls Analysis & Optimization: (per occurance) 1                                $386.00                   $386.00                     $290.00                $386.00
On-Line Trouble Shooting and Diagnostics: 1                                                  $1,486.00                 $1,486.00                   $1,280.00              $1,486.00
Network Analysis: (per occurance) 1                                                           $386.00                   $386.00                     $365.00                $386.00
Business Protection & Recovery Services: (per occurance) 1                                    $268.00                   $268.00                     $238.00                $268.00
Operator Coaching: ($/hour of technician support) 1                                           $95.00                     $95.00                     $95.00                 $95.00
Field Panel Comprehensive Material Coverage: (site & equipment specific)                        N/A                       N/A                         N/A                    N/A

Emergency System Performance Services:
Emergency Response:                                                                       Inclusive in TSP          Inclusive in TSP            Inclusive in TSP       Inclusive in TSP
(Monday thru Friday/ Regular Business Hours)
     On-line Response (within 2 hours via modem)                                               2 hrs.                    2 hrs.                      2 hrs.                 2 hrs.
     On-site Response (On-site within 8 hours)                                           next business day         next business day           next business day      next business day

Other Support Services:
Educational Services (4 Day Classroom Training) 1, 2                                         $1,305.00                 $1,305.00                   $1,305.00              $1,305.00

Review and Evaluation Services: (Included in Contract Total)
Account Management:                                                                     5% of Contract Total      5% of Contract Total        5% of Contract Total   5% of Contract Total
Documentation of Services Provided:                                                      Inclusive in TSP          Inclusive in TSP            Inclusive in TSP       Inclusive in TSP
Quality Assurance Program:                                                               Inclusive in TSP          Inclusive in TSP            Inclusive in TSP       Inclusive in TSP
50/25% Discount on Siemens Material:                                                     Inclusive in TSP          Inclusive in TSP            Inclusive in TSP       Inclusive in TSP


1
    Rate will be adjusted annually for inflation based on the CPI-W index. See Item 9. Appendix C. Item C "Price Adjustments".
2
    Rate, when indexed for inflation, will not exceed established rate for 4 Day Classroom Training as published for this Region by Siemens



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                                    State of Washington
                       DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES
                     Prevailing Wage Section - Telephone (360) 902-5335
                          PO Box 44540, Olympia, WA 98504-4540

      Washington State Prevailing Wage Rates for Public Works Contracts
The PREVAILING WAGES listed here include both the hourly wage rate and the hourly rate of fringe
benefits. On public works projects, workers' wage and benefit rates must add to not less than this total. A
brief description of overtime calculation requirements is provided by clicking on the benefit code.


                                         KING County
                                          Effective 8/31/2003

                                                                                      Benefit Code Key

                                                                PrevailingOvertimeHoliday Note
Classification                                                    Wage     Code    Code Code
ASBESTOS ABATEMENT WORKERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                                       $31.86    1N      5D
BOILERMAKERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                                       $33.32     1
BRICK AND MARBLE MASONS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                                       $38.37    1M      5A
CABINET MAKERS (IN SHOP)
JOURNEY LEVEL                                                       $16.67     1
CARPENTERS
ACOUSTICAL WORKER                                                   $38.06    1M      5D
BRIDGE, DOCK AND WARF CARPENTERS                                    $37.90    1M      5D
CARPENTER                                                           $37.90    1M      5D
CREOSOTED MATERIAL                                                  $38.00    1M      5D
DRYWALL APPLICATOR                                                  $38.74    1M      5D
FLOOR FINISHER                                                      $38.03    1M      5D
FLOOR LAYER                                                         $38.03    1M      5D
FLOOR SANDER                                                        $38.03    1M      5D
MILLWRIGHT AND MACHINE ERECTORS                                     $38.90    1M      5D
PILEDRIVERS, DRIVING, PULLING, PLACING COLLARS                      $38.10    1M      5D
AND WELDING
SAWFILER                                                            $38.03    1M      5D
SHINGLER                                                            $38.03    1M      5D
STATIONARY POWER SAW OPERATOR                                       $38.03    1M      5D
STATIONARY WOODWORKING TOOLS                                        $38.03    1M      5D
CEMENT MASONS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                                       $38.94    1M      5D
DIVERS & TENDERS
DIVER                                                               $79.57    1M      5D     8A
DIVER TENDER                                                        $40.67    1M      5D
DREDGE WORKERS
ASSISTANT ENGINEER                                                  $37.22    1B      5D     8L
ASSISTANT MATE (DECKHAND)                                           $36.78    1B      5D     8L
BOATMEN                                                             $37.22    1B      5D     8L
ENGINEER WELDER                                                     $37.27    1B      5D     8L
LEVERMAN, HYDRAULIC                                                 $38.66    1B      5D     8L
MAINTENANCE                                                         $36.78    1B      5D     8L
MATES                                                               $37.22    1B      5D     8L
OILER                                                               $36.88    1B      5D     8L
DRYWALL TAPERS

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 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $38.59 1J   5B
ELECTRICAL FIXTURE MAINTENANCE WORKERS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $18.69  1
ELECTRICIANS - INSIDE
 CABLE SPLICER                                   $48.36 1D   6H
 CABLE SPLICER (TUNNEL)                          $52.24 1D   6H
 CERTIFIED WELDER                                $46.59 1D   6H
 CERTIFIED WELDER (TUNNEL)                       $50.30 1D   6H
 CONSTRUCTION STOCK PERSON                       $24.33 1D   6H
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $44.83 1D   6H
 JOURNEY LEVEL (TUNNEL)                          $48.36 1D   6H
ELECTRICIANS - MOTOR SHOP
 CRAFTSMAN                                       $15.37 2A   6C
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $14.69 2A   6C
ELECTRICIANS - POWERLINE CONSTRUCTION
 CABLE SPLICER                                   $47.12 4A   5A
 CERTIFIED LINE WELDER                           $42.90 4A   5A
 GROUNDPERSON                                    $30.59 4A   5A
 HEAD GROUNDPERSON                               $32.34 4A   5A
 HEAVY LINE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR                   $42.90 4A   5A
 JACKHAMMER OPERATOR                             $32.34 4A   5A
 JOURNEY LEVEL LINEPERSON                        $42.90 4A   5A
 LINE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR                         $36.21 4A   5A
 POLE SPRAYER                                    $42.90 4A   5A
 POWDERPERSON                                    $32.34 4A   5A
ELECTRONIC & TELECOMMUNICATION TECHNICIANS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $12.07  1
ELEVATOR CONSTRUCTORS
 MECHANIC                                        $46.46 4A   6Q
 MECHANIC IN CHARGE                              $51.14 4A   6Q
FABRICATED PRECAST CONCRETE PRODUCTS
 ALL CLASSIFICATIONS                             $11.35 2K   6S
FENCE ERECTORS
 FENCE ERECTOR                                   $18.71  1
 FENCE LABORER                                   $12.77  1
FLAGGERS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $27.18 1N   5D
GLAZIERS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $38.21 2E   5G
HEAT & FROST INSULATORS AND ASBESTOS WORKERS
 MECHANIC                                        $39.93 1F   5E
HEATING EQUIPMENT MECHANICS
 MECHANIC                                        $33.65  1
HOD CARRIERS & MASON TENDERS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $32.34 1N   5D
INDUSTRIAL ENGINE AND MACHINE MECHANICS
 MECHANIC                                        $15.65  1
INDUSTRIAL POWER VACUUM CLEANER
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                    $9.07  1
INLAND BOATMEN
 CAPTAIN                                         $33.50 1K   5B
 COOK                                            $28.96 1K   5B
 DECKHAND                                        $28.16 1K   5B
 ENGINEER/DECKHAND                               $30.61 1K   5B
 MATE, LAUNCH OPERATOR                           $32.05 1K   5B
INSPECTION/CLEANING/SEALING OF SEWER & WATER SYSTEMS BY REMOTE
CONTROL
 CLEANER OPERATOR, FOAMER OPERATOR                $9.73  1
 GROUT TRUCK OPERATOR                            $11.48  1
 HEAD OPERATOR                                   $12.78  1
 TECHNICIAN                                       $7.01  1
 TV TRUCK OPERATOR                               $10.53  1
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INSULATION APPLICATORS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                            $37.90   1M   5D
IRONWORKERS
 JOURNEY LEVEL                                            $41.02   1B   5A
LABORERS
 ASPHALT RAKER                                            $32.34   1N   5D
 BALLAST REGULATOR MACHINE                                $31.86   1N   5D
 BATCH WEIGHMAN                                           $27.18   1N   5D
 BRUSH CUTTER                                             $31.86   1N   5D
 BRUSH HOG FEEDER                                         $31.86   1N   5D
 BURNERS                                                  $31.86   1N   5D
 CARPENTER TENDER                                         $31.86   1N   5D
 CASSION WORKER                                           $32.70   1N   5D
 CEMENT DUMPER/PAVING                                     $32.34   1N   5D
 CEMENT FINISHER TENDER                                   $31.86   1N   5D
 CHANGE-HOUSE MAN OR DRY SHACKMAN                         $31.86   1N   5D
 CHIPPING GUN (OVER 30 LBS)                               $32.34   1N   5D
 CHIPPING GUN (UNDER 30 LBS)                              $31.86   1N   5D
 CHOKER SETTER                                            $31.86   1N   5D
 CHUCK TENDER                                             $31.86   1N   5D
 CLEAN-UP LABORER                                         $31.86   1N   5D
 CONCRETE DUMPER/CHUTE OPERATOR                           $32.34   1N   5D
 CONCRETE FORM STRIPPER                                   $31.86   1N   5D
 CONCRETE SAW OPERATOR                                    $32.34   1N   5D
 CRUSHER FEEDER                                           $27.18   1N   5D
 CURING LABORER                                           $31.86   1N   5D
 DEMOLITION, WRECKING & MOVING (INCLUDING                 $31.86   1N   5D
 CHARRED MATERIALS)
 DITCH DIGGER                                             $31.86   1N   5D
 DIVER                                                    $32.70   1N   5D
 DRILL OPERATOR (HYDRAULIC, DIAMOND)                      $32.34   1N   5D
 DRILL OPERATOR, AIRTRAC                                  $32.70   1N   5D
 DUMPMAN                                                  $31.86   1N   5D
 EPOXY TECHNICIAN                                         $31.86   1N   5D
 EROSION CONTROL WORKER                                   $31.86   1N   5D
 FALLER/BUCKER, CHAIN SAW                                 $32.34   1N   5D
 FINAL DETAIL CLEANUP (i.e., dusting, vacuuming, window   $24.86   1N   5D
 cleaning; NOT construction debris cleanup)
 FINE GRADERS                                             $31.86   1N   5D
 FIRE WATCH                                               $27.18   1N   5D
 FORM SETTER                                              $31.86   1N   5D
 GABION BASKET BUILDER                                    $31.86   1N   5D
 GENERAL LABORER                                          $31.86   1N   5D
 GRADE CHECKER & TRANSIT PERSON                           $32.34   1N   5D
 GRINDERS                                                 $31.86   1N   5D
 GROUT MACHINE TENDER                                     $31.86   1N   5D
 GUARDRAIL ERECTOR                                        $31.86   1N   5D
 HAZARDOUS WASTE WORKER LEVEL A                           $32.70   1N   5D
 HAZARDOUS WASTE WORKER LEVEL B                           $32.34   1N   5D
 HAZARDOUS WASTE WORKER LEVEL C                           $31.86   1N   5D
 HIGH SCALER                                              $32.70   1N   5D
 HOD CARRIER/MORTARMAN                                    $32.34   1N   5D
 JACKHAMMER                                               $32.34   1N   5D
 LASER BEAM OPERATOR                                      $32.34   1N   5D
 MANHOLE BUILDER-MUDMAN                                   $32.34   1N   5D
 MATERIAL YARDMAN                                         $31.86   1N   5D
 MINER                                                    $32.70   1N   5D
 NOZZLEMAN, CONCRETE PUMP, GREEN CUTTER WHEN              $32.34   1N   5D
 USING HIGH PRESSURE AIR & WATER ON CONCRETE &
 ROCK, SANDBLAST, GUNITE, SHOTCRETE, WATER
 BLASTER
 PAVEMENT BREAKER                                         $32.34   1N   5D
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PILOT CAR                                        $27.18   1N   5D
PIPE POT TENDER                                  $32.34   1N   5D
PIPE RELINER (NOT INSERT TYPE)                   $32.34   1N   5D
PIPELAYER & CAULKER                              $32.34   1N   5D
PIPELAYER & CAULKER (LEAD)                       $32.70   1N   5D
PIPEWRAPPER                                      $32.34   1N   5D
POT TENDER                                       $31.86   1N   5D
POWDERMAN                                        $32.70   1N   5D
POWDERMAN HELPER                                 $31.86   1N   5D
POWERJACKS                                       $32.34   1N   5D
RAILROAD SPIKE PULLER (POWER)                    $32.34   1N   5D
RE-TIMBERMAN                                     $32.70   1N   5D
RIPRAP MAN                                       $31.86   1N   5D
RODDER                                           $32.34   1N   5D
SCAFFOLD ERECTOR                                 $31.86   1N   5D
SCALE PERSON                                     $31.86   1N   5D
SIGNALMAN                                        $31.86   1N   5D
SLOPER (OVER 20")                                $32.34   1N   5D
SLOPER SPRAYMAN                                  $31.86   1N   5D
SPREADER (CLARY POWER OR SIMILAR TYPES)          $32.34   1N   5D
SPREADER (CONCRETE)                              $32.34   1N   5D
STAKE HOPPER                                     $31.86   1N   5D
STOCKPILER                                       $31.86   1N   5D
TAMPER & SIMILAR ELECTRIC, AIR & GAS             $32.34   1N   5D
TAMPER (MULTIPLE & SELF PROPELLED)               $32.34   1N   5D
TOOLROOM MAN (AT JOB SITE)                       $31.86   1N   5D
TOPPER-TAILER                                    $31.86   1N   5D
TRACK LABORER                                    $31.86   1N   5D
TRACK LINER (POWER)                              $32.34   1N   5D
TRUCK SPOTTER                                    $31.86   1N   5D
TUGGER OPERATOR                                  $32.34   1N   5D
VIBRATING SCREED (AIR, GAS, OR ELECTRIC)         $31.86   1N   5D
VIBRATOR                                         $32.34   1N   5D
VINYL SEAMER                                     $31.86   1N   5D
WELDER                                           $31.86   1N   5D
WELL-POINT LABORER                               $32.34   1N   5D
LABORERS - UNDERGROUND SEWER & WATER
GENERAL LABORER                                  $31.86   1N   5D
PIPE LAYER                                       $32.34   1N   5D
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION
IRRIGATION OR LAWN SPRINKLER INSTALLERS          $11.07   1
LANDSCAPE EQUIPMENT OPERATORS OR TRUCK DRIVERS   $10.63   1
LANDSCAPING OR PLANTING LABORERS                  $8.42   1
LATHERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                    $38.74   1M   5D
MACHINISTS (HYDROELECTRIC SITE WORK)
MACHINIST                                        $16.84   1
METAL FABRICATION (IN SHOP)
FITTER                                           $15.86   1
LABORER                                           $9.78   1
MACHINE OPERATOR                                 $13.04   1
PAINTER                                          $11.10   1
WELDER                                           $15.48   1
MODULAR BUILDINGS
CABINET ASSEMBLY                                 $11.56   1
ELECTRICIAN                                      $11.56   1
EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                            $11.56   1
PLUMBER                                          $11.56   1
PRODUCTION WORKER                                 $9.26   1
TOOL MAINTENANCE                                 $11.56   1
UTILITY PERSON                                   $11.56   1
WELDER                                           $11.56   1
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PAINTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                       $29.60   2B   5A
PLASTERERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                       $39.33   1R   5A
PLAYGROUND & PARK EQUIPMENT INSTALLERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                        $8.42   1
PLUMBERS & PIPEFITTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                       $47.81   1G   5A
POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS
ASSISTANT ENGINEERS                                 $36.19   1T   5D    8L
BACKHOE, EXCAVATOR, SHOVEL (3 YD & UNDER)           $38.73   1T   5D    8L
BACKHOE, EXCAVATOR, SHOVEL (OVER 3 YD & UNDER 6     $39.19   1T   5D    8L
YD)
BACKHOE, EXCAVATOR, SHOVEL (6 YD AND OVER WITH      $39.70   1T   5D    8L
ATTACHMENTS)
BACKHOES, (75 HP & UNDER)                           $38.36   1T   5D    8L
BACKHOES, (OVER 75 HP)                              $38.73   1T   5D    8L
BARRIER MACHINE (ZIPPER)                            $38.73   1T   5D    8L
BATCH PLANT OPERATOR, CONCRETE                      $38.73   1T   5D    8L
BELT LOADERS (ELEVATING TYPE )                      $38.36   1T   5D    8L
BOBCAT                                              $36.19   1T   5D    8L
BROOMS                                              $36.19   1T   5D    8L
BUMP CUTTER                                         $38.73   1T   5D    8L
CABLEWAYS                                           $39.19   1T   5D    8L
CHIPPER                                             $38.73   1T   5D    8L
COMPRESSORS                                         $36.19   1T   5D    8L
CONCRETE FINISH MACHINE - LASER SCREED              $36.19   1T   5D    8L
CONCRETE PUMPS                                      $38.36   1T   5D    8L
CONCRETE PUMP-TRUCK MOUNT WITH BOOM                 $38.73   1T   5D    8L
ATTACHMENT
CONVEYORS                                           $38.36   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, THRU 19 TONS, WITH ATTACHMENTS              $38.36   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, 20 - 44 TONS, WITH ATTACHMENTS              $38.73   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, 45 TONS - 99 TONS, UNDER 150 FT OF BOOM     $39.19   1T   5D    8L
(INCLUDING JIB WITH ATACHMENTS)
CRANES, 100 TONS - 199 TONS, OR 150 FT OF BOOM      $39.70   1T   5D    8L
(INCLUDING JIB WITH ATTACHMENTS)
CRANES, 200 TONS TO 300 TONS, OR 250 FT OF BOOM     $40.21   1T   5D    8L
(INCLUDING JIB WITH ATTACHMENTS)
CRANES, A-FRAME, 10 TON AND UNDER                   $36.19   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, A-FRAME, OVER 10 TON                        $38.36   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, OVER 300 TONS, OR 300' OF BOOM INCLUDING    $40.73   1T   5D    8L
JIB WITH ATTACHMENTS
CRANES, OVERHEAD, BRIDGE TYPE ( 20 - 44 TONS)       $38.73   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, OVERHEAD, BRIDGE TYPE ( 45 - 99 TONS)       $39.19   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, OVERHEAD, BRIDGE TYPE (100 TONS & OVER)     $39.70   1T   5D    8L
CRANES, TOWER CRANE UP TO 175' IN HEIGHT, BASE TO   $39.70   1T   5D    8L
BOOM
CRANES, TOWER CRANE OVER 175' IN HEIGHT, BASE TO    $40.21   1T   5D    8L
BOOM
CRUSHERS                                            $38.73   1T   5D    8L
DECK ENGINEER/DECK WINCHES (POWER)                  $38.73   1T   5D    8L
DERRICK, BUILDING                                   $39.19   1T   5D    8L
DOZERS, D-9 & UNDER                                 $38.36   1T   5D    8L
DRILL OILERS - AUGER TYPE, TRUCK OR CRANE MOUNT     $38.36   1T   5D    8L
DRILLING MACHINE                                    $38.73   1T   5D    8L
ELEVATOR AND MANLIFT, PERMANENT AND SHAFT-TYPE      $36.19   1T   5D    8L
EQUIPMENT SERVICE ENGINEER (OILER)                  $38.36   1T   5D    8L
FINISHING MACHINE/BIDWELL GAMACO AND SIMILAR        $38.73   1T   5D    8L
EQUIP
FORK LIFTS, (3000 LBS AND OVER)                     $38.36   1T   5D     8L
FORK LIFTS, (UNDER 3000 LBS)                        $36.19   1T   5D     8L
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GRADE ENGINEER                                   $38.36 1T   5D    8L
GRADECHECKER AND STAKEMAN                        $36.19 1T   5D    8L
GUARDRAIL PUNCH                                  $38.73 1T   5D    8L
HOISTS, OUTSIDE (ELEVATORS AND MANLIFTS), AIR    $38.36 1T   5D    8L
TUGGERS
HORIZONTAL/DIRECTIONAL DRILL LOCATOR             $38.36 1T   5D    8L
HORIZONTAL/DIRECTIONAL DRILL OPERATOR            $38.73 1T   5D    8L
HYDRALIFTS/BOOM TRUCKS (10 TON & UNDER)          $36.19 1T   5D    8L
HYDRALIFTS/BOOM TRUCKS (OVER 10 TON)             $38.36 1T   5D    8L
LOADERS, OVERHEAD (6 YD UP TO 8 YD)              $39.19 1T   5D    8L
LOADERS, OVERHEAD (8 YD & OVER)                  $39.70 1T   5D    8L
LOADERS, OVERHEAD (UNDER 6 YD), PLANT FEED       $38.73 1T   5D    8L
LOCOMOTIVES, ALL                                 $38.73 1T   5D    8L
MECHANICS, ALL                                   $39.19 1T   5D    8L
MIXERS, ASPHALT PLANT                            $38.73 1T   5D    8L
MOTOR PATROL GRADER (FINISHING)                  $38.73 1T   5D    8L
MOTOR PATROL GRADER (NON-FINISHING)              $38.36 1T   5D    8L
MUCKING MACHINE, MOLE, TUNNEL DRILL AND/OR       $39.19 1T   5D    8L
SHIELD
OIL DISTRIBUTORS, BLOWER DISTRIBUTION AND MULCH  $36.19 1T   5D    8L
SEEDING OPERATOR
PAVEMENT BREAKER                                 $36.19 1T   5D    8L
PILEDRIVER (OTHER THAN CRANE MOUNT)              $38.73 1T   5D    8L
PLANT OILER (ASPHALT, CRUSHER)                   $38.36 1T   5D    8L
POSTHOLE DIGGER, MECHANICAL                      $36.19 1T   5D    8L
POWER PLANT                                      $36.19 1T   5D    8L
PUMPS, WATER                                     $36.19 1T   5D    8L
QUAD 9, D-10, AND HD-41                          $39.19 1T   5D    8L
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATOR ON RUBBER TIRED EARTH    $39.19 1T   5D    8L
MOVING EQUIP
RIGGER AND BELLMAN                               $36.19 1T   5D    8L
ROLLAGON                                         $39.19 1T   5D    8L
ROLLER, OTHER THAN PLANT ROAD MIX                $36.19 1T   5D    8L
ROLLERS, PLANTMIX OR MULTILIFT MATERIALS         $38.36 1T   5D    8L
ROTO-MILL, ROTO-GRINDER                          $38.73 1T   5D    8L
SAWS, CONCRETE                                   $38.36 1T   5D    8L
SCRAPERS - SELF PROPELLED, HARD TAIL END DUMP,   $38.73 1T   5D    8L
ARTICULATING OFF-ROAD EQUIPMENT ( UNDER 45 YD)
SCRAPERS - SELF PROPELLED, HARD TAIL END DUMP,   $39.19 1T   5D    8L
ARTICULATING OFF-ROAD EQUIPMENT (45 YD AND OVER)
SCRAPERS, CONCRETE AND CARRY ALL                 $38.36 1T   5D    8L
SCREED MAN                                       $38.73 1T   5D    8L
SHOTCRETE GUNITE                                 $36.19 1T   5D    8L
SLIPFORM PAVERS                                  $39.19 1T   5D    8L
SPREADER, TOPSIDE OPERATOR - BLAW KNOX           $38.73 1T   5D    8L
SUBGRADE TRIMMER                                 $38.73 1T   5D    8L
TOWER BUCKET ELEVATORS                           $38.36 1T   5D    8L
TRACTORS, (75 HP & UNDER )                       $38.36 1T   5D    8L
TRACTORS, (OVER 75 HP)                           $38.73 1T   5D    8L
TRANSFER MATERIAL SERVICE MACHINE                $38.73 1T   5D    8L
TRANSPORTERS, ALL TRACK OR TRUCK TYPE            $39.19 1T   5D    8L
TRENCHING MACHINES                               $38.36 1T   5D    8L
TRUCK CRANE OILER/DRIVER ( UNDER 100 TON)        $38.36 1T   5D    8L
TRUCK CRANE OILER/DRIVER (100 TON & OVER)        $38.73 1T   5D    8L
TRUCK MOUNT PORTABLE CONVEYER                    $38.73 1T   5D    8L
WHEEL TRACTORS, FARMALL TYPE                     $36.19 1T   5D    8L
YO YO PAY DOZER                                  $38.73 1T   5D    8L
POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS- UNDERGROUND SEWER & WATER
(SEE POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS)                   $0.00
POWER LINE CLEARANCE TREE TRIMMERS
JOURNEY LEVEL IN CHARGE                          $31.05 4A   5A
SPRAY PERSON                                     $29.39 4A   5A
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TREE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR                         $29.79   4A   5A
TREE TRIMMER                                    $27.60   4A   5A
TREE TRIMMER GROUNDPERSON                       $20.28   4A   5A
REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING MECHANICS
MECHANIC                                        $45.51   1G   5A
RESIDENTIAL BRICK & MARBLE MASONS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $27.05   1
RESIDENTIAL CARPENTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $23.47   1
RESIDENTIAL CEMENT MASONS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $22.64   1
RESIDENTIAL DRYWALL TAPERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $38.59   1J   5B
RESIDENTIAL ELECTRICIANS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $26.24   1
RESIDENTIAL GLAZIERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $28.04   2E   5G
RESIDENTIAL INSULATION APPLICATORS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $17.60   1
RESIDENTIAL LABORERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $18.12   1
RESIDENTIAL PAINTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $18.36   1
RESIDENTIAL PLUMBERS & PIPEFITTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $22.95   1
RESIDENTIAL REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING MECHANICS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $45.51   1G   5A
RESIDENTIAL SHEET METAL WORKERS
JOURNEY LEVEL (FIELD OR SHOP)                   $19.48   1
RESIDENTIAL SOFT FLOOR LAYERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $31.27   1B   5A
RESIDENTIAL SPRINKLER FITTERS (FIRE PROTECTION)
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $24.86   1B   5C
RESIDENTIAL TERRAZZO/TILE FINISHERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $26.30   1
RESIDENTIAL TERRAZZO/TILE SETTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $35.63   1H   5A
ROOFERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $34.53   1R   5A
USING IRRITABLE BITUMINOUS MATERIALS            $37.53   1R   5A
SHEET METAL WORKERS
JOURNEY LEVEL (FIELD OR SHOP)                   $45.18   1J   6L
SIGN MAKERS & INSTALLERS (ELECTRICAL)
SIGN INSTALLER                                  $23.36   1
SIGN MAKER                                      $16.84   1
SIGN MAKERS & INSTALLERS (NON-ELECTRICAL)
SIGN INSTALLER                                  $17.31   1
SIGN MAKER                                      $15.61   1
SOFT FLOOR LAYERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $31.27   1B   5A
SOLAR CONTROLS FOR WINDOWS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $12.44   1    5S
SPRINKLER FITTERS (FIRE PROTECTION)
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $45.84   1B   5C
STAGE RIGGING MECHANICS (NON STRUCTURAL)
JOURNEY LEVEL                                   $13.23   1
SURVEYORS
CHAIN PERSON                                     $9.35   1
INSTRUMENT PERSON                               $11.40   1
PARTY CHIEF                                     $13.40   1
TELEPHONE LINE CONSTRUCTION - OUTSIDE
CABLE SPLICER                                   $25.42   2B   5A
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HOLE DIGGER/GROUND PERSON                    $13.51   2B   5A
INSTALLER (REPAIRER)                         $24.31   2B   5A
JOURNEY LEVEL TELEPHONE LINEPERSON           $23.53   2B   5A
SPECIAL APPARATUS INSTALLER I                $25.42   2B   5A
SPECIAL APPARATUS INSTALLER II               $24.87   2B   5A
TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (HEAVY)         $25.42   2B   5A
TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT OPERATOR (LIGHT)         $23.53   2B   5A
TELEVISION GROUND PERSON                     $12.73   2B   5A
TELEVISION LINEPERSON/INSTALLER              $17.47   2B   5A
TELEVISION SYSTEM TECHNICIAN                 $21.10   2B   5A
TELEVISION TECHNICIAN                        $18.82   2B   5A
TREE TRIMMER                                 $23.53   2B   5A
TERRAZZO WORKERS & TILE SETTERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                $35.63   1H   5A
TILE, MARBLE & TERRAZZO FINISHERS
FINISHER                                     $29.46   1H   5A
TRAFFIC CONTROL STRIPERS
JOURNEY LEVEL                                $30.40   1K   5A
TRUCK DRIVERS
ASPHALT MIX ( TO 16 YARDS)                   $35.89   1T   5D    8L
ASPHALT MIX (OVER 16 YARDS)                  $36.47   1T   5D    8L
DUMP TRUCK                                   $35.89   1T   5D    8L
DUMP TRUCK & TRAILER                         $36.47   1T   5D    8L
OTHER TRUCKS                                 $36.47   1T   5D    8L
TRANSIT MIXER                                $23.45    1
WELL DRILLERS & IRRIGATION PUMP INSTALLERS
IRRIGATION PUMP INSTALLER                    $17.71   1
OILER                                        $12.97   1
WELL DRILLER                                 $17.68   1




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