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					    SOLICITATION, OFFER,                 1. SOLICITATION NO.                  2. TYPE OF SOLICITATION           3. DATE ISSUED                 PAGE OF PAGES
        AND AWARD                                                                  SEALED BID      (IFB)        30-Jul-2012
                                          W91249-12-R-0002                                                                                            1 OF 143
 (Construction, Alteration, or Repair)                                         X NEGOTIATED (RFP)

IMPORTANT - The "offer" section on the reverse m ust be fully com pleted by offeror.

4. CONTRACT NO.                               5. REQUISITION/PURCHASE REQUEST NO.                                 6. PROJECT NO.



7. ISSUED BY                           CODE     W91249                              8. ADDRESS OFFER TO          (If Other Than Item 7) CODE
MISSION AND INSTALLATION CONTRACTING CMD
INSTALLATION CONTRACTING OFFICE (ICO)
WINSHIP HALL 419 B STREET
                                                                                        See Item 7
BLDG 29718 3RD FL
FORT GORDON GA 30905-5719


TEL: (706) 791-1800                      FAX: (706) 791-8651                          TEL:                                       FAX:
9. FOR INFORMATION              A. NAME                                                      B. TELEPHONE NO.        (Include area code)        (NO COLLECT CALLS)
CALL:                           JORDAN C. RHOADES                                            706-791-1818

                                                                          SOLICITATION

NOTE: In sealed bid solicitations "offer" and "offeror" mean "bid" and "bidder".
10. THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRES PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK DESCRIBED IN THESE DOCUMENTS                                         (Title, identifying no., date):


 Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Job Order Contract (JOC):

 1. This project consists of sustainment, restoration, modernization and minor construction of various facilities loacted at Fort Gordon.

 2. Instructions for the preperation of proposal are located at Section L.

 3. The magnitude of this contract w ill consist of a base year and four (4) option years.

 4. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 236220, Commercial and Institutional Building Construction.

 5. This project is set-aside for certified Hubzone firms.

 6. Block 11: Performance w ill be negotiated on each individual job order.

 7. The resulting contract aw ard w ill be a single IDIQ JOC.

 8. The date and time for receipt of offers is 4:00 p.m est, 30 Aug 2012.




11. The Contractor shall begin performance w ithin _______ calendar days and complete it w ithin ________ calendar days after receiving
    aw ard, X notice to proceed. This performance period is            mandatory,         negotiable.      (See _________________________ .)
12 A. THE CONTRACTOR MUST FURNISH ANY REQUIRED PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS?                                            12B. CALENDAR DAYS
(If "YES," indicate within how many calendar days after award in Item 12B.)
                                                                                                                                  10
        X YES         NO

13. ADDITIONAL SOLICITATION REQUIREMENTS:
A. Sealed offers in original and __________ copies to perform the w ork required are due at the place specified in Item 8 by ___________                (hour)
   local time ______________ (date).       If this is a sealed bid solicitation, offers must be publicly opened at that time.   Sealed envelopes containing offers
   shall be marked to show the offeror's name and address, the solicitation number, and the date and time offers are due.

B. An offer guarantee X is,          is not required.
C. All offers are subject to the (1) w ork requirements, and (2) other provisions and clauses incorporated in the solicitation in full text or by reference.
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D. Offers providing less than _______ calendar days for Government acceptance after the date offers are due w ill not be considered and w ill be rejected.

NSN 7540-01-155-3212                                                    1442-101                                           STANDARD FORM 1442 (REV. 4-85)
                                                                                                                           Prescribed by GSA
                                                                                                                           FAR (48 CFR) 53.236-1(e)
                                                         SOLICITATION, OFFER, AND AWARD (Continued)
                                                                           (Construction, Alteration, or Repair)
                                                                               OFFER (M ust be fully completed by offeror)
14. NAME AND ADDRESS OF OFFEROR                         (Include ZIP Code)                 15. TELEPHONE NO.          (Include area code)

                                                                                           16. REMITTANCE ADDRESS               (Include only if different than Item 14)


                                                                                           See Item 14


CODE                                   FACILITY CODE


17. The offeror agrees to perform the w ork required at the prices specified below in strict accordance w ith the terms of this solicitation, if this offer is
accepted by the Government in w riting w ithin ________ calendar days after the date offers are due.       (Insert any number equal to or greater than
the minimum requirements stated in Item 13D. Failure to insert any number means the offeror accepts the minimum in Item 13D.)


AMOUNTS              SEE SCHEDULE OF PRICES


18. The offeror agrees to furnish any required performance and payment bonds.
                                                                        19. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF AMENDMENTS
                                            (The offeror acknowledges receipt of amendments to the solicitation -- give number and date of each)


AMENDMENT NO.

      DATE

20A. NAME AND TITLE OF PERSON AUTHORIZED TO SIGN                                           20B. SIGNATURE                                                 20C. OFFER DATE
OFFER (Type or print)

                                                                   AWARD (To be completed by Government)
21. ITEMS ACCEPTED:



22. AMOUNT                               23. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA


24. SUBMIT INVOICES TO ADDRESS SHOWN IN                                             ITEM       25. OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION PURSUANT TO
(4 copies unless otherwise specified)                                                                10 U.S.C. 2304(c)                         41 U.S.C. 253(c)

26. ADMINISTERED BY                              CODE                                          27. PAYMENT WILL BE MADE BY:                        CODE




                                              CONTRACTING OFFICER WILL COMPLETE ITEM 28 OR 29 AS APPLICABLE
    28. NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT                    (Contractor is required to sign this                 29. AWARD (Contractor is not required to sign this document.)
document and return _______ copies to issuing office.)         Contractor agrees               Y our of f er on this solicitation, is hereby accepted as to the items listed. This award con-
to f urnish and deliv er all items or perf orm all work, requisitions identif ied              summates the contract, which consists of (a) the Gov ernment solicitation and
on this f orm and any continuation sheets f or the consideration stated in this                y our of f er, and (b) this contract award. No f urther contractual document is
contract. The rights and obligations of the parties to this contract shall be                  necessary .
gov erned by (a) this contract award, (b) the solicitation, and (c) the clauses,
representations, certif ications, and specif ications or incorporated by ref er-
ence in or attached to this contract.

30A. NAME AND TITLE OF CONTRACTOR OR PERSON AUTHORIZED                                        31A. NAME OF CONTRACTING OFFICER                       (Type or print)
TO SIGN (Type or print)

                                                                                              TEL:                                    EMAIL:
30B. SIGNATURE                                         30C. DATE
                                                                                              31B. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA                                    31C. AWARD DATE
                                                                                               BY

NSN 7540-01-155-3212                                                                                                         STANDARD FORM 1442 BACK                      (REV. 4-85)
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Section A - Solicitation/Contract Form


TABLE OF CONTENTS


PART I – THE SCHEDULE


       SECTION B – Supplies of Services and Price/Costs

       SECTION C – Descriptions/Specifications/Statement of Work

       SECTION D – Packaging and Marking

       SECTION E – Inspection and Acceptance

       SECTION F – Description and Performance

       SECTION G – Contract Administration Data

       SECTION H – Special Contract Requirements

PART II – CONTRACT CLAUSES


       SECTION I – Contract Clauses

PART III – LIST OF DOCUEMENTS, EXHIBITS, ATTACHEMENTS, AND APPENDICES


       SECTION J – List of Documents, Exhibits, Attachments, and Appendices

PART IV – REPRESENTATION AND INSTRUCTIONS


       SECTION K – Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offerors of Respondents

       SECTION L – Solicitation Provisions

       SECTION M – Evaluation Factors for Award
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    Section B - Supplies or Services and Prices



ITEM NO    SUPPLIES/SERVICES             QUANTITY           UNIT             UNIT PRICE                         AMOUNT
0001                                          1             Each
           Job Order Contract-Base Period
           FFP
           Estimated value of the JOC contract is $5,000,000. This is an Indefinite Delivery
           Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with Firm Fixed Price (FFP) Task Orders and
           the level of work is only an estimate. The Contractor shall provide all labor,
           materials, and equipment and perform all work in accordance with the individual
           task orders, scope of work, and drawings, if any. The amount of $10,000.00 is the
           guaranteed minimum for the base year of this contract and will be issued after
           contract award through issuance of a task order and this funding will be deducted as
           task orders are awarded until the minimum guarantee is exhausted. The bonding
           requirement of $5,000,000.00 up front is required before work can commence on
           this contract.

           Enter Coefficient _______________

           FOB: Destination




                                                                           NET AMT
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ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES            QUANTITY            UNIT             UNIT PRICE                          AMOUNT
1001                                      1                Each
OPTION    1st Option Year
          FFP
          This CLIN is for the funding of the guaranteed minimum for the JOC for Fort
          Gordon, GA as well as all 1st option year task orders. Contractor shall provide all
          labor, materials, and equipment and perform all work in accordance with the
          individual task orders, scope of work, and drawings, if any. The amount of
          $10,000.00 is the 1st Option year of this contract and will be issued after contract
          award through issuance of a task order and this funding will be deducted as task
          orders are awarded until the minimum guarantee is exhausted. Once that occurs,
          the funding will be at the task order level. The bonding requirement of
          $5,000,000.00 up front is required before work can commence on this contract.
          FOB: Destination




                                                                           NET AMT




ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES            QUANTITY            UNIT             UNIT PRICE                          AMOUNT
2001                                      1                Each
OPTION    2nd Option Year
          FFP
          This CLIN is for the funding of the guaranteed minimum for the JOC for Fort
          Gordon, GA as well as all 2nd option year task orders. Contractor shall provide all
          labor, materials, and equipment and perform all work in accordance with the
          individual task orders, scope of work, and drawings, if any. The amount of
          $10,000.00 is the guaranteed minimum for the 2nd Option year of this contract and
          will be issued after contract award through issuance of a task order and this funding
          will be deducted as task orders are awarded until the minimum guarantee is
          exhausted. Once that occurs, the funding will be at the task order level. The
          bonding requirement of $5,000,000.00 up front is required before work can
          commence on this contract.
          FOB: Destination




                                                                           NET AMT
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ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES            QUANTITY            UNIT             UNIT PRICE                          AMOUNT
3001                                      1                Each
OPTION    3rd Option Year
          FFP
          This CLIN is for the funding of the guaranteed minimum for the JOC for Fort
          Gordon, GA as well as all 3rd option year task orders. Contractor shall provide all
          labor, materials, and equipment and perform all work in accordance with the
          individual task orders, scope of work, and drawings, if any. The amount of
          $10,000.00 is the guaranteed minimum for the 3rd Option year of this contract and
          will be issued after contract award through issuance of a task order and this funding
          will be deducted as task orders are awarded until the minimum guarantee is
          exhausted. Once that occurs, the funding will be at the task order level. The
          bonding requirement of $5,000,000.00 up front is required before work can
          commence on this contract.
          FOB: Destination




                                                                           NET AMT




ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES            QUANTITY            UNIT             UNIT PRICE                          AMOUNT
4001                                      1                Each
OPTION    4th Option year
          FFP
          This CLIN is for the funding of the guaranteed minimum for the JOC for Fort
          Gordon, GA as well as all 4th option year task orders. Contractor shall provide all
          labor, materials, and equipment and perform all work in accordance with the
          individual task orders, scope of work, and drawings, if any. The amount of
          $10,000.00 is the guaranteed minimum for the 4th Option year of this contract and
          will be issued after contract award through issuance of a task order and this funding
          will be deducted as task orders are awarded until the minimum guarantee is
          exhausted. Once that occurs, the funding will be at the task order level. The
          bonding requirement of $5,000,000.00 up front is required before work can
          commence on this contract.
          FOB: Destination




                                                                           NET AMT
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Section C - Descriptions and Specifications

STATEMENT OF WORK
                                              STATEMENT OF WORK

C-1. GENERAL PURPOSE - SCOPE OF WORK:
1.1.       Job Order Contract (JOC) for General Construction, Repair and Renovation is intended to provide rapid
response for General Construction: new construction, rehabilitation, modernization, maintenance or repair of real
property relating, but not limited to, civil, mechanical systems, plumbing, coordinating connection of utility services,
structural, electrical, HVAC, instrumentation, security and safety areas of Government facilities in a cost effective
manner at Fort Gordon, Augusta, Ga., Lake Thurmond, Leah, Ga., hereafter referred to as FG. In addition, the
Contractor shall furnish ancillary professional engineering services in cases where required per the line item in the
Unit Price Book (UPB), and shall provide as-built drawings which conform to the Directorate of Public Work’s
(DPWs) currently utilized electronic computer aided drafting and design (CADD) software. All work performed by
the Contractor shall be in strict accordance with current, published industry and trade organization standards, and
adopted building and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) codes and standards, and shall conform to the
latest criteria guidance of the latest industry trade publications in accomplishing all work. All work performed by the
Contractor shall also be in strict accordance with FG requirements (i.e. Network Enterprise Center, Fire department
requirements, etc…). As new standards and codes are published, they will become the mandatory reference criteria
incorporated, and control subsequent work performed under this contract, without requirement of further notice or
negotiation. Work may include, but not be limited to:

1.2.1. Vertical Construction
1.2.1.1. Buildings: New construction, rehabilitation, renovation and repair of buildings, building additions, pre-
engineered buildings and other structures (e.g. open bay pre-engineered, storage facilities, training ranges, etc.).
Building renovations to include: floors, ceilings, walls, windows, doors, painting, electrical & mechanical upgrades,
etc., furniture incidental to construction (e.g. workstations), lead, asbestos and mold remediation, interior and/or
exterior painting of new and existing facilities, and work incidental to surface deterioration (e.g. patching drywall,
replacing siding, trim work, etc).
Installation of and experience with fire detection systems, DDC Controls systems, underground high temperature
lines, medium temperature lines, chill water distribution systems, variable frequency controls on HVAC systems,
testing, adjusting, and balancing of HVAC systems, design and installation of computer room HVAC systems,
commissioning of building systems and pumping systems.
Construction of the following types of facilities or their equivalent or similar commercial or institutional types may
include but not be limited to: Medical Facilities, Company Operational Facilities, Administrative & Office
Buildings, Educational Facilities, Military Training Facilities, Weapons Training Facilities (Shoot-houses), Animal
Training & Storage Facilities, Religious Facilities, Recreational & Storage Facilities, Dining Facilities, Vehicle
Maintenance Facilities, Aircraft Storage Facilities, Hangars, Barracks.

1.2.1.2. Roofs: Replacement and repair of roof and roofing systems. Work will include gutters, downspouts,
flashing, fascia and soffits. Incidental damage (e.g. ceiling replacement, painting and carpet cleaning) as a result of
roof leaks.

1.2.1.3. Anti-Terrorism Force Protection of new and existing facilities: Building and site security for both new and
retrofit construction (e.g. site layout, security design, building construction, security equipment, threat development,
level of protection, and design constraints and communications)

1.2.2. Horizontal Construction
1.2.2.1. New construction, rehabilitation and repairs of highways, roads, streets, airport runways, concrete aprons,
sidewalks, storm drainage, landscaping, detection loops, parking lots, traffic lines and traffic markings. Work can
also include the following, but not be limited to: Site preparation, clearing & grubbing, surveying, fencing, drainage
systems, traffic & signalization and traffic studies. Storm water management and erosion control.

1.2.2.2. New construction, rehabilitation, maintenance or repair of HVAC systems, plumbing systems, waste water
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drainage systems, fire alarm, fire protection sprinkler systems, fire suppression systems, back flow preventers, all
devices, equipment and components associated with constructing and installing these systems. Work can also
include, but not be limited to the following
1.2.2.3. New construction, rehabilitation, maintenance or repair of interior utility systems and lines. Work may
include but not be limited to the following: New construction, rehabilitation or repair services including electrical
work; interior high and low voltage electrical lines, communication lines (telephone & data lines), communication
systems, security & security camera systems and cabling, natural gas, water, storm sewer, sanitary sewer and propane
gas lines. Shop drawings, installation and testing of new and existing emergency generator systems, automatic
transfer switches, and emergency power connections into existing electrical systems.

1.2.3. Incidental Work
1.2.3.1. New construction, renovation, rehabilitation repair or demolition services incidental to the tasks performed
in any of the above paragraphs. This work shall include, but is not be limited to, carpentry, painting, lighting, and
similar minor electrical work that may be required to provide a complete, safe and usable facility during and after the
course of roofing, mechanical, plumbing or painting services and demolition.

1.2.3.2. Testing, reports and surveys associated with new construction, renovation, rehabilitation of, repairs and
additions to, buildings (including lead and asbestos), structures, roads (including traffic/pedestrian patterns),
drainage systems, mechanical systems and utility systems.

1.2.3.3. Informal (shop) drawings, incidental to the job, reflecting the plan of action and the completed project, are
anticipated under JOC.


C-2. DESCRIPTION TASK ORDER WORK:
2.1.     The Contractor shall provide, upon receipt of a task order, all labor, materials, supplies, parts (to include
system components), project supervision, equipment, and related services, (except when specified as Government
furnished), to repair, construct, and/or maintain facilities, structures primarily at Federal facilities within the contract
boundaries as specified in strict accordance with all terms, conditions, special contract requirements, specifications,
drawings, attachments, and exhibits contained in the contract or incorporated by reference.

2.1.2. Contractor Responsibility. The Contractor's work and responsibility shall include all Contractor planning,
programming, administration, and management necessary to provide work as specified. The work shall be conducted
in accordance with the contract and all applicable Federal, State and local laws, regulations, codes, or directives, to
include applicable documents listed. The Contractor shall ensure that all work meets critical reliability rates or
tolerances specified or included in applicable referenced documents. The Contractor shall perform all related
Contractor administrative services necessary to perform the work, to include, but not be limited to, the following:
supply, quality control, Contractor financial control, and maintenance of accurate and complete records, files, and
libraries of documents to include Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, codes, technical manuals, and
manufacturer's instructions and recommendations. The Contractor shall provide related services such as formatting
data for automated systems inputs and data base maintenance, preparing and providing required reports, compiling
historical data, performing administrative activities and submitting necessary information as specified. The
contractor shall be responsible for making an onsite review of the site where the work is to be performed, prior to the
start of any work, list any damaged areas and turn them into the Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR), so as to
preclude any responsibility for damages present that are not a result of the performance of work required in the Job
Order. Any other damages found after the work is completed will be investigated by the COR. If caused by the
Contractor, damages shall be corrected by the contractor at no additional cost to the Government.

2.1.3. The following list of discussion topics is provided to assist the Contractor in gathering the necessary
information during the site visit to prepare a work plan. It is not a comprehensive list of topics to discuss at the site
visit meeting. Some of the topics may not be applicable to all Task Orders. Additional criteria and information may
be required to fully determine the Task Order scope of work.
         Environmental issues
         Functional layout – how does the customer plan to use the project?
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         Unusual details pertaining to the project
         Site improvements (i.e. parking, grading, drainage, etc.)
         ADA accessibility
         Anti-terrorism/force protection requirements
         Sustainable design and construction
         Fire protection
         Plumbing, water and sewer requirements
         Electrical, interior and exterior requirements
         Occupancy during construction
         Phasing requirements
         Schedule requirements
         Availability of as-built drawings

2.1.4. The Government will provide a scope of work to the Contractor detailing the work to be accomplished.
The detail provided will vary from a general idea of what is required with no drawings to complete design
documents, depending on the complexity of the project. The Contractor shall use the information provided by the
Government and submit a complete proposal regardless of how much information is provided by the Government.
The Contractor’s Job Order Proposal shall include the sequence of procedures in the scope of work and shall include
the following; means of access to premises and building; space for storage of materials and equipment; delivery of
materials and use of approaches; use of corridors, stairways, elevators and similar means of communications and the
location of partitions, eating spaces, and restrooms for Contractor’s employees.

2.1.5. The Contractor shall complete all work and services under this contract in accordance with schedules
established in each task order. Required submittals will be included in the task order. Types and numbers of
submittals, as well as dates and places for review meetings shall be established by each task order.


C-3. DATA SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1.   Minimum Submittal Requirements per Task Order:

3.1.1. Schedule- Submitted with Task Order Proposal. Flow Diagram Schedule, Microsoft Project or Similar,
demonstrating the logical predecessors, successors and constraints/restraints of each significant activity for the task
order.

3.1.2. Task Order Specific Quality Control Plan- Submitted ten (10) calendar days after the Notice to Proceed
(NTP).

3.1.3.   Task Order Submittal Schedule - Submitted ten (10) calendar days after the Notice to Proceed (NTP).

3.1.4.   Task Order Safety Plan - Submitted ten (10) calendar days after the Notice to Proceed (NTP).

3.1.5.   Red-Line Drawings (See SC-47.1. for requirements) - Submitted One (1) week prior to Final Inspection

3.1.6.   As-Built Drawings (See SC-47.2. for requirements) - Prior to Final Payment.

3.1.7.   Warranty Plan-- Submitted One (1) week prior to Final Inspection

3.1.8. Operation and Maintenance Manuals- Submit electronic equipment listing (MS Office Excel format),
including all name-plate data, and three hard (3) copies, two (2) electronic (CDs) of operation manuals for all
HVAC, electrical controls, fire alarms, mass Notifications, etc to the COR – one week prior to Final Inspection. The
contractor shall conduct a training session to train government employees and base operations contractors on
operation and maintenance of such systems. The contractor is required to provide three hard (3) copies, two (2)
electronic (CDs), complete teardown/overhaul/repair manuals for such equipment. The Contractor is required to
provide two hard copies and electronic (CDs) of complete service literature catalogs for such equipment.
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3.2.     The contractor shall provide all items that are listed under contract data requirements for each individual
task order.

3.3.      Documentation: The Contractor shall implement, maintain, and control a system for identification,
preparation, reproduction, distribution, and maintenance of all documentation, dates and information necessary for
its internal management as well as for Government management of the individual projects and the total program. All
documentation will cross reference DPW Work Order Number.

3.4.     Permits: The Contractor shall identify and obtain all permits from Federal, State, local, or installation
agencies.



C-4. TASK ORDER PROPOSALS
4.1.    The contractor shall prepare a detailed proposal by identifying tasks, refining quantities of both pre-priced
and non-priced items, pricing non-priced items, developing performance times and preparing a completed proposal
document for submission to the Contracting Officer (KO). The Contractor shall field verify all available as-built
drawings as well as existing field conditions.

4.2.     UNIT PRICE BOOK (UPB)
4.2.1. For new Construction, Contractor will use Assembly Prices from R.S. Means. All prices in the UPB are for
completed and in-place construction unless explicitly described otherwise. Incidental nails, screws, elements, wire
nuts, and connectors are considered in the UPB line item cost.

4.2.1.1. Examples: Unless a connector is specifically omitted in the UPB line item description, testing, adjusting,
balancing, start-up, of installed equipment is included in the installed line item price in the UPB. This includes items
such as, but not limited to, pipe testing, equipment start-up, system adjusting and balancing, concrete testing, and
compaction testing of compacted backfill. Where analysis of borrow site soil characteristics is necessary to support
compaction testing, such analysis (Proctor Tests) shall be considered as part of compaction testing and included in
the unit price in the UPB.

4.2.2. Line items are for end finishes. For example, the line item price for concrete broom finish includes all
finishes necessary to result in the broom finish.

4.2.3.   Line item prices are for materials or equipment delivered to the job site.

4.2.4. All line prices are to perform that work to a height of fourteen feet above finished floor or grade unless
explicitly stated otherwise.

4.2.5.   Scaffolding

4.2.5.1. Scaffolding will be allowed per job, not per subcontractor or discipline

4.2.5.2. All scaffolding line items are based on a rent for length of time required for activity duration. Square foot
(SF) of scaffolding is for the face area to be scaffolded, calculated to be the working height of the scaffold times the
length of wall.

4.2.5.3. Scaffold line items described as material only, and will also require set-up and tear down of line item.

4.2.5.4. When there is an acceptable “assembly” line item in the UBP it shall be used on the proposal as opposed to
an aggregate of individual “parts and tasks” line items that would make up the appropriate assembly line item.

4.2.6.    All prices in the UPB are for completed in-place construction unless explicitly described otherwise. Waste
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or excess material quantities are incidental costs, which are included within the contract coefficient unless explicitly
stated otherwise. Quantities used on individual task order proposals shall be taken from field measurements or
design plans, as appropriate, without allowance for waste.

4.2.7. The contract percentage factors include the cost of final cleanup for each individual task order, pursuant to
FAR Clause 52.211-10, Commencement, Prosecution and Completion of Work and Environmental Protection
pursuant to FAR Clause 52.236-12 Cleaning Up (Apr 1984). Payments will not be made for final cleaning for work
on individual task orders.

4.2.8. UPDATES to UPB-Updated price changes to the RS Means Cost Book will be implemented with each
executed option period.

4.3.      PRICE ADJUSTMENT MODIFIERS:
The Unit Price Book presented under this contract contains unit pricing data to be used by the Contractor in
development of price proposals for each task order. The pricing data is presented as basic items and as price
adjustment modifiers to the basic item. Price adjustment modifiers provide a method for adding to or deducting from
the basic item prices for optional materials, and/or methods of installation. One or more modifiers can be utilized to
adjust the basic item price as listed by the appropriate suffix number of basic line.

4.4.     Quantities used on individual task order proposals shall be taken from field measurements or design plan, as
appropriate, without allowance for waste unless the UPB authorizes under individual items. Waste of excessive
material quantities is an incidental cost and is included in the UPB.

4.5.      Costs of expendable supplies, lubricants, wear and tear on tools, are included in the installation/construction
cost in the UPB cost of construction and will not be paid separately.

4.6.    Equipment Rental may be considered only if the required item is not included in the crew descriptions for
the UPB line item that describe the work, unless approved by the contracting officer.

4.7.      Demolition. Selective removal type demolitions are listed in an additional column in the UPB for all tasks
that can be demolished, and do not include hauling costs. Site demolition (Division 02) is assembly type of removals
and is to be used when appropriate. Line item demolition includes all attached appurtenances, for example,
demolishing a door includes the hardware, and removing pipe includes all in-line fittings and valves. Unless
explicitly required in the scope of work, demolition includes handling. Handling line items in the UPB are for the
handling of debris that is present prior to the Task Order. Handling is also allowed when use of a chute or elevator is
required. Line item demolition prices include disposal cost, whether salvageable or non-salvageable.

4.8.      Where assembly costs are provided in the Unit Price Book (UPB), those costs shall take precedence over
costs for individual items unless otherwise approved by the contracting officer.

4.9.      NON-PREPRICED WORK

4.9.1.    Items of work not covered by this contract but within its scope may be negotiated by the Contracting
Officer (KO) or the COR and added at any time during the contract term. Added items of work shall be incorporated
into and made a part of the task order and shall be performed at the negotiated unit price. Non-prepriced (NPP)
items shall be so noted on each proposal and each task order. The percentage of non-prepriced items used per task
order should not exceed 10% of the total value of prepriced items. Non-prepriced proposals shall be supported with
verifiable documentation supporting competitive quotes, item descriptions, catalog prices, etc. Three competitive
quotes shall be required on all non-prepriced items unless agreed to by Contracting Officer or the designated
representative.

 4.9.2. The Contractor shall submit proposed non-prepriced items in bare costs only (material, equipment and
labor) multiplied by the quantity, and the NPP coefficient to arrive at the total price for NPP work.
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4.9.3. Negotiated non-prepriced items, excluding overhead and profit, may become prepriced items and added to
the contract Unit Price Book, by administrative modification, after the price has been used in five task orders.
Subsequent to contract modification, these items will be treated as pre-priced items and the appropriate coefficient
applied thereto.


C-5. TASK ORDER LIMITATIONS (Reference FAR 52.216-19).
5.1.      The purpose of this Job Order Contract (JOC) is to provide construction services for a broad range of
military renovation, repair and maintenance construction projects, primarily in support of Fort Gordon, Georgia. As
requirements develop, Task Orders will be issued. Task Orders may range in value from $2,000 to $5,000,000.00.
New construction work, by regulation, is limited to $750,000.00, and Repair and Renovation plus new work is
limited to $5,000,000.00.

5.1.1.    Minimum Order. When the Government requires services covered by this contract in an amount less than
$10,000 the Government is not obligated to purchase, nor is the Contractor obligated to furnish, those services under
the contract. The minimum guaranteed amount for the base year of the contract is $10,000.00 with an additional
$10,000.00 per option year exercised.

5.1.2. Maximum Order. The maximum Task Order limitation is $5,000,000.00; however, new construction work
is limited to $750,000. The Government may combine several projects, as indicated by separate Statements of Work
and individual line items, in one task order, as required.

5.1.3.   This is not a requirements contract.

5.2.   AUTHORITY TO PLACE TASK ORDERS. The Fort Gordon, Mission Installation Contracting Command
(MICC) is authorized to place orders against this contract.

5.3.     ORDERING PROCEDURES FOR TASK ORDERS.

5.3.1. As the need exists for performance under the terms of this contract, the Contracting Officer will notify the
Contractor, in writing, of an existing requirement.

5.3.2. Upon receipt of this notification, the Contractor shall respond to the needs of the Government within two
(2) working days or within twenty-four (24) hours, in an emergency situation by:

5.3.2.1. Visiting the proposed work site with the Contracting Officer or his/her Contracting Officer’s authorized
representative (COR), or

5.3.2.2. Establishing verbal contact with the Contracting Officer or his authorized representative to further define
the scope of the requirement. The Contractor shall, while on the work site, draw a sketch of the proposed work site
and make written notes as to the instructions and verbal information given during the initial site visit.

5.3.3. Upon establishment of the scope of the individual requirement, the Contractor shall prepare his proposal for
accomplishment of the task using the appropriate unit price from the UPB as follows:

5.3.3.1. The R.S. Means Unit Price Book, shall serve as the basis for establishing the value of the work to be
performed on a unit price basis for pre-priced work.

5.3.3.2. Non-prepriced work to be included in an individual requirement must be proposed by the Contractor using
the proposal format to be agreed upon between the Government and the Contractor.

5.3.3.3. The Contractor's proposal (for both pre-priced and non-prepriced work) must be supported by necessary
documentation to indicate that adequate engineering and planning to accomplish the requirement has been
accomplished. Examples of documentation that might be reasonably expected would include shop drawings or work
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drawings, calculations, catalog cuts, specifications, etc.

5.3.4. Time for submittal of the Contractor's proposal for individual requirements will normally be 15 Calendar
days. Or as agreed upon by the Government and the Contractor based on the value of the task order, and the urgency
of the requirement, as defined or established during initial planning. In the absence of an agreement, the proposal
shall be submitted within fifteen (15) calendar days after Request for Proposal.

5.3.5. Upon receipt of the Contractor’s proposal, the Government will review the proposal for completeness and
acceptability. The Government may accept the proposal as stated or negotiate any aspect of that proposal to include
quantities for the pre-priced and non-prepriced items, performance times and any discrepancies in proposed scope of
work. If changes are required, the Contractor shall be required to resubmit the negotiated proposal within 2 working
days.

5.3.6. Each task order will be issued for a scope of work regardless of the number of priced and non-prepriced
items negotiated.

5.3.7. Task Orders will be issued by the Contracting Officer using a DD Form 1155. Each Task Order will
include the following information:

5.3.7. 1. Date of the Task Order.

5.3.7. 2. Contract Number and Task Order number.

5.3.7. 3. Scope of work (to include significant quantities, methods of construction, and quality levels, as applicable),
DPW Work order Number, and negotiated Task Order price.

5.3.7. 4. Performance Data.

5.3.7. 5. Accounting and appropriation data.

5.3.7. 6. Any other pertinent date, i.e., applicable wage determination, etc.

5.3.7. 7. Any statutory limitations.

5.3.8. As required, notify the Contractor of the requirement that work on task orders issued during the last quarter
of the fiscal year (July, August, and September) must commence before 31 December of the same calendar year.

5.3.9. Preparation of proposals by the contractor shall not constitute an obligation by the Government to issue a
task order for performance, nor is said preparation to be construed as the contractor’s authority to commence
construction activity. The Government is not obligated to reimburse the Contractor for any costs incurred in the
preparation of the task order proposal.

5.3.10. Contracting Officer may issue orders orally or by telecommunications. Written task orders will be issued
within five working days after placement of an oral or telecommunications order.


C-6. DELIVERIES
DELIVERABLES: The Contractor shall provide all deliverables, reports, plans, schedules, etc., to the Contracting
Officer. All plans, schedules, etc., must be reviewed and approved in writing by the Contracting Officer, except as
specified otherwise herein or as otherwise delegated by the Contracting Officer.


C-7. MOBILIZATION/PHASE-IN PLAN
7.1.  The Contractor shall commence any mobilization and familiarization activities prior to actual work on
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individual task order as soon after date of contract award as practicable. However, within 30 calendar days after
contract award date the Contractor shall be fully operational and capable of immediately starting work on any
required Task Orders. The Phase in plan shall be presented to the Contracting Officer at the Pre-Construction
Conference (PreCon). It must meet the requirements listed below.

7.2.    WITHIN 10 CALENDAR DAYS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD DATE THE CONTRACTOR SHALL
Submit Performance and Payment Bonds in accordance with DFARS 252.228-7004 entitled "Bonds".

7.3.     WITHIN 15 CALENDAR DAYS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD DATE THE CONTRACTOR SHALL:

7.3.1.   Meet with the Government representative to establish the agenda for the pre-construction conference.

7.3.2.   Initiate mobilization to the Contractor's Facility and Lay down Areas located at Fort Gordon, Georgia.

7.3.3.   Initiate utility hookups at the Contractor's site.

7.3.4.   Provide for approval Accident Prevention Plan and Quality Control Plan.

7.4.     WITHIN 30 CALENDAR DAYS AFTER CONTRACT AWARD DATE THE CONTRACTOR SHALL:

7.4.1.   Have all critical staff members on site.

7.4.2.   Be fully operational and capable of immediately starting work on any required task orders.


C-8. PHASE-OUT PLAN
8.1.     The contractor shall develop and submit to the Contracting Officer a contract phase-out plan 90 calendar
days prior to the expiration of the contract, including option periods. The plan shall fully describe how the
Contractor will approach the following issues:

8.1.1. Completion of on-going projects including projects that will not be completed prior to the contract
expiration date;

8.1.2.   Warranty procedures to be followed by the Government after the Contractor is no longer on site;

8.1.3.   Removal of Contractor-furnished trailers including clean-up and restoration of Government land; and

8.1.4.   Clean-up and turn-in of Contractor’s storage yard.


C-9. TIME ALLOWED FOR COMPLETION OF TASK ORDERS
9.1.     Performance time will be negotiated for each task order. The time will be estimated based on the number of
man hours shown in the R.S.Means and will be presented as a Critical Path Method (CPM) chart based on duration.
All projects less than thirty (30) calendar days will not require the submittal of a schedule. All projects greater than
30 construction days to 1 calendar year will require a CPM depicting the level of detail needed to easily follow
construction plans with the agreed to Identifiable Features of Work (IFOW) clearly shown. All task orders greater
than one year will require a CPM schedule with the IFOW clearly shown. The contractor shall plan, perform and
manage all work so as to comply with such completion dates as specified on each task order. (See FAR Clause
52.211-12, Liquidated Damages The reports contemplated by the Clause, FAR 52.236-15 herein entitled, "Schedules
for Construction Contracts" shall be accomplished on and in accordance with industry standards pertaining to CPM
when periods of performance exceed 30 calendar days. Contractor shall submit updated work flow diagrams with all
progress payment invoices.

9.1.1    Work Flow Diagram activities at a minimum will include: Duration, Labor Effort, Building Code Inspection
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and Material deliveries.

9.2.     Notwithstanding the completion standards stated above, the Contracting Officer may:

9.2.1. Allow completion time extension for any task order issued when factors beyond the control of the
Contractor delay work on the task order.

9.2.2. Negotiate a completion time that would be sooner than that established by equation for situations involving
emergency or time critical work. Since the Government cannot predict and the Contractor cannot plan for such
work, the use of the other than normal working hours coefficient and the transfer of Contractor resources from less
urgent work (with provisions for completion time extension on such less urgent work) may be negotiable items in
such instances.

9.3.     Some task orders may require phased completion times. For such task orders, completion times for
individual phases will be determined by mutual agreement during project proposal negotiations; nevertheless, the
computation of the maximum number of days allowed for completion of the entire task order will remain in
accordance with 9.1 above.

9.4.     EMERGENCY TASK ORDERS: All services or supplies called for herein shall be delivered within 24
hours of placement of “Oral Emergency Task Order”. The Contracting Officer will place emergency task orders
specify the location of the task. A written task order will be issued the first working day thereafter confirming the
oral order.



C-10. REQUIRED INSURANCE
In accordance with FAR Clause 52.228-5 entitled, "Insurance- -Work on a Government Installation," the following
minimum amounts of insurance are required:
TYPE:                                                                   AMOUNT:
Comprehensive General Liability for Bodily Injury              $500,000 per Occurrence
Comprehensive Automobile Liability                             $200,000 per Person
Bodily Injury                                                   $500,000.00 per Occurrence
Property Damage                                                 $20,000 per Occurrence
Employer's Liability Coverage                                  $100,000


C-11. MATERIAL APPROVAL SUBMITTALS
11.1.     Any material submittals required by FAR clause 52.236-5 entitled, “Materials and Workmanship” or Task
Order requirements, shall be submitted on ENG Form 4025-R, “Transmittal of Shop Drawings, Equipment Data,
Material Samples, or Manufacturer’s Certifications.” Required certificates, manufacturing brochures, etc., shall be
submitted in three (3) copies unless otherwise specified to the KO. Submittals requiring manufacturer’s
certifications must be executed by an officer of the manufacturing company and notarized.

11.2.    The Contractor shall obtain the written approval of the Designer of Record and the Government's written
concurrence for any Contractor proposed revision to professionally stamped and sealed drawings and/or Government
reviewed and concurred design or submittals, before deviating from the approved design. Approval of materials or
equipment not noted as a deviation, shall not relieve the Contractor from complying with the applicable Technical
Provisions of the Task Order.


C-12. FACILITIES OCCUPANCY
12.1.    The buildings included in this contract may be occupied throughout the course of the work. Adequate
protection of persons and property shall be provided at all times. The work shall proceed in such a manner as to
prevent undue spread of dust and flying particles. Any damage or spread of dust or flying particles caused by the
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Contractor, his employees, his subcontractors, and/or their employees to Government or personal property and/or
equipment within the buildings shall be repaired, replaced or corrected by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the
Contracting Officer and COR at no additional expense to the Government. Nothing in this paragraph shall be
construed to relieve the Contractor, his subcontractors at any tier, or their employees from liability for personal
injury they cause.

12.2.    Restricted Areas. Certain buildings and other facilities are "restricted" to the general public. Contractor
personnel shall not enter any "restricted" facilities without specific permission from the COR to do so. The
Contractor shall comply with restricted area procedures and instructions. Contractor personnel working in restricted
areas such as computer rooms shall be required to sign in and out and state the nature of business at the entrance
desk. All work in restricted areas shall be coordinated with the respective area Security Officer through the COR.

12.3.     Secure Areas. Portions of the work under the contract are performed in secure areas. In these cases, the
Contractors will be escorted by the activity or Government personnel and adequate security measures will be
established, maintained, and monitored by the appropriate Government personnel. A 48 hours advance notice to the
activity shall be required when the Contractor needs an escort, except in emergency or urgent work.

12.4.    Security. At all times during the performance of work within a facility, the Contractor and his or her
employees shall remain cognizant of the security restrictions existing within the facility. The Contractor’s employees
shall ensure that any doors, windows or access panels which may have been opened for them during the course of the
work period are secured at the end of the day. Circumstance which appear unusual, unhealthy or otherwise
hazardous shall be reported to the COR immediately.

12.5.    Administrative Office Areas. Government personnel will be working in office areas during working hours.
Contractor work shall not unduly interfere with Government work in the area. In the event a Government building
supervisor so requests, the Contractor shall temporarily cease work in the area and report the instructions, to include
name of the Government person involved, to the COR, or their designated representative, immediately by the most
expedient means.


C-13. UTILITIES
13.1.     Utility services required on the job site for accomplishment of the work will be furnished at no cost to the
Contractor; however, the Government will make no connections or alterations to the existing utility facilities for
accomplishment of this work and any changes required by the Contractor will be at his expense and at no additional
cost to the Government. Utilities for office and/or storage buildings or areas will be billed to the Contractor monthly
at the prevailing rates and will not be furnished free of charge. The contractor shall be responsible for all costs and
fees associated with providing utility services for his offices, storage buildings, shop areas, storage areas, etc.
“Utilities” shall include but not be limited to: Electrical service, sewage, water, telephone, internet connections, cable
television connections, and fire alarm/security alarm service. All utility connections, contractor facilities, fencing,
etc. shall be coordinated through the COR and shall be subject to Government approval.

13.2.    Utility connections for all task orders will be made IAW the privatized utility standards and will only be
made after inspection by Government representatives. Before final acceptance of the work by the Government, the
Contractor shall remove all temporary connections, distribution lines and associated paraphernalia. If utilities are
not available at the job site and are required for performance, the Contractor shall provide his own generators or
other necessary equipment to provide the utilities.

13.3.     Interruption of Utilities Service - All temporary outages of any utility services required for the performance
of work shall be scheduled with the COR no less than fourteen (14) calendar days, except in emergency situations as
approved by COR, in advance of such outages; the Contractor may request a waiver from this requirement from the
COR when the utility outage will be of a very limited nature (e.g., within a few rooms of a building). If during work
performance the Contractor has determined that a utilities-related situation involves risk to life or substantial risk to
property, utilities shall be immediately disrupted to reduce the emergency and alleviate risk. If such a risk exists, or
if such a disruption does occur, the Contractor shall notify the COR at the earliest practical time, and in no case later
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than 2 hours following the occurrence.

13.4.    Excavation and Utility Clearance - The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining excavation and utility
clearances (dig permits), when required, to perform work under an individual task order. The Contractor shall not
proceed with the excavation of any kind until he has obtained such clearance.

13.5.     Energy Conservation - The Contractor shall conserve energy whenever possible in accordance with the
installation Energy Conservation Program.

13.6.    The Contractor shall comply with the latest United States Army Signal Center & Fort Gordon regulation
420-1, -Facilities Engineering Energy Conservation Regulation, available for review at the DPW Facilities
Maintenance Division office.


C-14. FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION
14.1.     The Contractor shall comply with fire prevention practices as set forth by the National Fire Protection
Association in the National Fire Code and other recognized fire prevention agencies and post regulations. The
Contractor shall obtain a written fire permit from the installation Fire Marshal for use of open flame devices, such as
blow-torches, portable furnaces, tar kettles, or gas and electric welding and cutting equipment in, on, or within
fifteen (15) feet of buildings. The Contractor shall be liable for any fire loss to Government property proximately
caused by negligence or willful misconduct on the part of the Contractor, including failure to comply with fire
prevention measures prescribed by terms of this contract.

14.2.    Emergency Reporting Procedures:
In the event of an emergency on FG dial 911 and state that “I am on Fort Gordon Bldg # or road intersection”


14.3.     A hot work permit (open flame, welding, grinding, anything producing a spark, etc…) will be required. The
“Hot Work” permit will be posted on the job site prior to commencing with the “Hot Work”. The Contractor shall
be liable for any fire loss to Government property attributable to negligence on the part of the Contractor, including
failure to comply with fire prevention measures prescribed by terms of this contract.


C-15. IDENTIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES
Identification of Employees. The Contractor shall provide each employee an identification badge, approximately
2-1/2" x 3-1/2". The badge shall include, as a minimum, the person's name, photograph, and the Contractor's
company name and location (i.e., Fort Gordon). The Contractor shall ensure that all personnel wear the badge on the
outermost garment at all times when performing work under this contract. This requirement shall apply to all
subcontractor employees if the subcontractors' work will exceed a 30 calendar day period. Subcontractors working
at FG for less than 30 days shall wear an identification badge meeting the aforementioned specifications except that
the location of work will not be required on the badge.


C-16. REMOVAL OF CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL
The Government reserves the right to require removal of any Contractor personnel from the job site who endanger
persons or property, or whose continued employment is inconsistent with the interest of military security. The
Government also reserves the right to require the Contractor to remove from the job site, any employee found to be
under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other incapacitating agent or any employee involved in the theft of
Government property. The removal from the job site of such personnel shall not relieve the Contractor of the
requirement to provide personnel to perform services.


C-17. WORK BY THE GOVERNMENT
The Government reserves the right to undertake performance by Government forces or other Contractors, for the
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same type or similar work as contracted for herein, as the Government deems necessary or desirable, and to do so
will not breach or otherwise violate this contract.


C-18. HOURS OF OPERATION
Normal work hours are 7:30 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday excluding Federal Holidays.
Notwithstanding the provisions of the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standard Act - Overtime Compensation
clause herein, work will not be permitted outside normal work hours, nor on Saturdays, Sundays or legal holidays
unless approved in advance in writing by the Contracting Officer. The exclusion of work on Saturdays, Sundays,
and legal holidays will be considered in negotiating task order performance time. Any work necessary on Saturday,
Sundays, or legal holidays to maintain schedules herein shall be performed without additional cost to the
Government. The following legal holidays are observed:

         New Year's Day                    1 January
         Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday Third Monday in January
         George Washington's Birthday      Third Monday in February
         Memorial Day                      Last Monday in May
         Independence Day                  4 July
         Labor Day                         First Monday in September
         Columbus Day                      Second Monday in October
         Veteran's Day                     11 November
         Thanksgiving Day                  Fourth Thursday in November
         Christmas Day                     25 December
         Any other Congressional or Presidential imposed Federal Holiday

When one of the holidays falls on a Sunday, the following Monday will be observed as a legal holiday. When a
holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday is observed as a holiday by U.S. Government Agencies.


C-19. POST REGULATIONS
19.1.    The Contractor and Contractor employees shall comply with all applicable existing post regulations on
Government controlled property. The Contractor shall comply with all applicable O.S.H.A. Regulations and with the
safety provisions as outlined in "Safety and Health Requirements Manual,” EM 385-1-1 and installation policies.

19.2.     Contractors/Subcontractors and their employees requiring access to the installation will be required to
comply with the installation access control policy/procedures. The Government will not be responsible for damages
due to delay/stoppages caused by failure to comply. At times, depending on the level of access control, it might take
individuals longer than normal to get on or off the installation. Such time periods are not to be considered the basis
of a claim against the Government.

19.3.     CONTRACTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION

19.3.1. All contractors and sub-contractors entering the installation utilizing a company vehicle, registered to the
company , must go to gate three (3) to be inspected. Those personnel aren’t authorized a Fort Gordon pass.
Contractors who drive their Personally Owned Vehicle and work on Fort Gordon, can obtain a pass at the visitor
control center at gate one (1).

C-20. SCHEDULING OF WORK
 20.1. Before commencement of work under an individual task order, the Contractor shall confer with the
Contracting Officer, COR, the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) authorized representative and the building
occupant to agree on a sequence of procedure; means of access to premises and building; space for storage of
materials and equipment; delivery of materials and use of approaches; use of corridors, stairways, elevators, and
similar means of communications and the location of partitions, eating spaces, and restrooms for Contractor
employees and the like. At the discretion of the Contracting Officer, a pre-construction conference may be
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scheduled. The Notice to Proceed (NTP) is the official notification to begin work.

20.2.     As directed by the Contracting Officer or his/her authorized representative, furniture and portable office
equipment in the immediate area will be moved by the Contractor and replaced to original position. If the work
required by the work order will not allow furniture and portable office equipment to be replaced to its original
location, the Contracting Officer’s Representative will designate new locations. Note: Office furniture includes but
is not limited to desks, chairs, credenzas, filing cabinets, typewriter desks, etc., portable office furniture includes but
is not limited to typewriters, wastebaskets, coat racks, etc. Building occupants at all installations will move PC’s,
monitors and keyboards.

20.3.    Delivery of materials and equipment shall be made with a minimum of interference to Government
operations and personnel.

20.4.   The work shall, so far as practicable, be done in definite sections or divisions and confined to limited areas,
which shall be completed before work in other sections, or divisions are begun.

20.5.    Most work will be performed in occupied areas.

20.6.     Notice of Possible Delays - Training exercises may be conducted during the time the Contractor is working
on an installation. While it is not the policy to interfere with a Contractor during these training exercises, delay may
occur. These delays may involve Contractor personnel being withdrawn from an area or being denied access for a
period of time. The length of time and frequency these delays will be held to a minimum. Any delay over four (4)
hours, a time extension will be considered, excluding extended overhead.

20.7.    The Contractor shall take all precautions to ensure that no damage will result from his operations to private
or public property. All damages shall be repaired or replaced by the Contractor at no cost to the Government.

20.8.     The Contractor shall be responsible for providing all work site protective barriers and site control devices.
This includes but is not limited to protective fences, protective tapes and protective signage. The Contractor shall be
responsible for providing all necessary traffic control such as street blockages, traffic cones, flagmen, etc., as
required for each specific task order at no additional cost to the Government. Proposed traffic control methods shall
be submitted to the COR for final approval. No street shall be completely closed to traffic without prior written
approval from the Contracting Officer or authorized representative fourteen (14) calendar days prior to approval for
closure. Upon approval by the Contracting Officer, but prior to the initiation or use of any barrier, control device or
closure action, which may affect the flow of vehicular traffic through that area, the contractor will coordinate fully
with the installation Provost Marshal.

20.9.      All temporary outages of any utility services required for the performance of work shall be scheduled with
the COR no less than fourteen (14) calendar days in advance of such outages; the Contractor may request waiver
from this requirement from the COR when the utility outage will be of a very limited nature (e.g. within a few rooms
of a building). If during work performance, the Contractor has determined that a utility-related situation involves
risk to life or substantial risk to property, utilities shall be immediately disrupted to reduce the emergency and
alleviate the risk. If such a risk exists, or if such a disruption does occur, the Contractors shall notify the COR
immediately, and in no case later than two (2) hours following the occurrence.


C-21. CONTINGENCY PLAN
The Contractor shall submit a complete Contingency Plan to the Contracting Officer for approval within fourteen
(14) calendar days after contract award and as changes occur from review. The Contingency Plan shall provide for
continued performance of the contract should the Contractor experience equipment failure or loss of employees for
any reason such as strike or dispute.


C-22. ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
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The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, State, and Local environmental laws and regulations. In case of a
conflict among these laws and regulations, the most stringent law or regulation shall apply. If as a result of
Contractor noncompliance with any applicable environmental law or requirement, the Government incurs any cost
(e.g., the cost of cleaning up a hazardous waste spill); the Contractor shall indemnify the Government and provide
reimbursement for these costs. If a Federal, State, or Regulatory Agency assesses any fine, penalty, or fee against the
Government that is attributable to Contractor noncompliance with any environmental law or requirement, the
Contractor shall indemnify the Government for the amount of the fine and other Government costs attributable to the
violation. This provision is not intended in any way to waive the Government's rights under any other provision of
the contract.


C-23. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Solid, liquid, and gaseous wastes: The Contractor shall be responsible for the proper disposal of all solid, liquid, and
gaseous waste to include asbestos in accordance with all Federal, State, and Local codes and regulations, together
with the following requirements:

23.1.   Discharge of any waste into the environment, storm or sanitary sewers is prohibited, except for liquid waste
from portable toilets, which may be discharged at approved locations.

23.2.    The storage of any liquids except those for human consumption shall have secondary containment. The use
of earthen berms as secondary containment is prohibited.

23.3.     Disposal of debris, scrap and recyclables: All debris, scrap, and recyclables caused by the operations under
this contract shall be removed at the end of each working day. All material shall be properly disposed of at the
appropriate locations, i.e. inert landfill (if available on post), construction/demolition debris landfill (off post),
Recycle Center, or Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office (DRMO), or as directed by the Contracting Officer’s
Representative.

23.4.    Burning of materials and debris: No materials or debris will be burned on the FG installation.

23.5.    Covered Chutes: All chutes for refuse, and the like, shall be covered or of such a design to fully confine the
material to prevent the dissemination of dust.

23.6.   The Contractor shall coordinate all activities, which may require environmental documentation, or State
environmental permits with the DPW Environmental Branch, Fort Gordon, as applicable.

23.7.     Preserving Historical and Archeological Finds: The Contractor may be required to obtain clearance from
the DPW Environmental Division prior to conducting any activities that have the potential to disturb significant
cultural resources. Cultural resources are historic and prehistoric archeological sites, as well as buildings, structures,
cemeteries, and in some cases, objects that are older than 50 years. Actions taken without coordination with the
DPW Environmental Division that cause damage to significant resources may result in claims assessed against the
contractor for costs of mitigating the damage, AR 420-40, National Historical Preservation Act.

23.8.     Removal of lighting and ballasts: All fluorescent light bulbs, high density discharge lamps (HD), or lighting
ballasts are considered unsalvageable material and shall be disposed of/recycled by a recycling center approved by
the FG DPW, Environmental Division.

23.9.    Shipping documents (e.g. manifests, bills of lading, land ban forms, waste profiles) for transportation of
hazardous material/wastes off site shall be submitted for approval to the FG DPW Environmental Division
Hazardous Waste Manager, at least three days prior to shipment of the material/wastes. These documents shall be
completed in accordance with Local, State and Federal laws and regulations. In case of conflict among these laws
and regulations, the most stringent law or regulation shall apply.

23.10.   Salvage.
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23.10.1. The Government retains all salvage rights to replaced property of value. Items of no value, as determined
by the COR, shall be disposed of at the Contractor's expense. An example of a salvageable item would be a window
air conditioner that has been replaced with a new one.

23.10.2. Prior to commencing work a joint inventory will be conducted by the Contractor, the Contracting Officer or
designated representative, and the quality assurance/inspection agency. During the inventory, salvageable,
serviceable, and repairable materials will be identified. The Contractor will be given a copy of this record and will
be accountable for property as indicated above. This joint inventory will in no way limit or preclude the Contracting
Officer from designating additional items in the above categories during the life of this contract.

23.10.3. Materials classified as salvageable, serviceable, or repairable in the contract technical provisions/plans or
by the Contracting Officer shall remain the property of the U.S. Government and shall be coordinated with the
Contracting Officer as to disposition within Fort Gordon. Components and materials so classified shall be
dismantled, thoroughly cleaned, and prepared for storage. Unless otherwise directed, materials classified as
salvageable shall be disposed of at the FG (DPW or DRMO).

23.11. Compliance Requirements. The Contracting Officer, FG Environmental Division personnel, Federal and
State compliance officers may inspect any Government facilities/project sites operated by the Contractor. Access for
inspection shall be granted upon notice from the COR or at the request of FG Environmental Division personnel.


C-24. ASBESTOS/LEAD-BASED PAINT REMOVAL FOR DISPOSAL
24.1 The Contractor shall obtain and submit permits from the state to the COR ten (10) calendar days after award of
task order and coordinate all asbestos/lead-based paint removal, hauling, and disposition projects with the COR prior
to any removal operations at no additional cost to the Government. National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air
Pollutants (NESHAP) notification will be done thru the DPW Environmental Division 20 calendar days prior to
beginning of the work. For Permits and Notifications, the Contractor shall obtain and submit necessary permits in
conjunction with asbestos/lead-based paint removal, hauling, and disposition. Permits will be coordinated through:

         Georgia Department of Natural Resource
         Environmental Protection Division
         Lead Paint/Asbestos Program
         4244 International Parkway
         Suite 104
         Atlanta, GA 30354
         Phone Number: (404) 363-7026

24.2.     The Contractor is advised that friable and/or non-friable asbestos-containing material may be encountered
in area(s) where contract work is to be performed. WARNING THE CONTRACTOR IS ADVISED THAT
EXPOSURE TO AIRBORNE ASBESTOS HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED WITH FOUR DISEASES: LUNG
CANCER, CERTAIN GASTROINTESTINAL CANCERS, PLEURAL OR PERITONEAL MESOTHELIMONA
AND ASBESTOSIS. Care must be taken to avoid releasing, or causing to be released, asbestos fibers into the
atmosphere where they may be inhaled or ingested. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
has set standards at 29 CFR 1910.1001 for exposure to airborne concentrations of asbestos fibers, methods of
compliance, medical surveillance, housekeeping procedures, and other measures that must be taken when working
with or around asbestos-containing materials. 29 CFR 1910.1001 has been identified as applicable to construction
(29 CFR 1926.55 gases, vapors, fumes, dusts and mists). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has
established standards at 40 CFR 61.140-156 for the control of asbestos emissions to the environment and handling
and disposal of asbestos wastes.

24.3.    The Government will identify the known existence of asbestos in areas where work is to be performed under
individual task orders prior to the issuance of the order. However, the Contractor shall report any unforeseen
findings of asbestos to the Contracting Officer's Representative prior to initiating any actions under a task order.
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 24.4. Maintenance, modification, or demolition activities where exposure to asbestos dust may occur from
previously installed friable or non-friable ACM shall be identified by the Contractor. All precautions, to include
proper work practices, medical surveillance, respiratory protection, industrial hygiene, and environmental protection
requirements of OSHA (29 CFR 19210.1002), EPA (40 CFR 61.140-156) and DA Circular 40-83-4, as applicable,
shall be strictly adhered to.


C-25. CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SITE MAINTENANCE
25.1.      The Contractor shall conduct and schedule its work in a manner to cause minimum disruption to the existing
facilities and operation.

25.2.      Existing building(s) shall be maintained weatherproof at all times. During the work (from Notice to Proceed
to Acceptance by the Government) the Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining personnel, furnishings, and
facilities from the water damage, dust, dirt, etc., resulting from work of this contract. The Contractor shall restore
any damage to the original state at no additional expense to the Government.

25.3.    Security of buildings refers to the normal security measures involved with shutting down operations at the
end of the work day and during normal performance of work to insure unauthorized persons do not enter the work
zone. For example, locking doors and windows to prevent entry into the work zone at the end of the day, or in the
instance work involves replacement of entry doors that would require additional measures to close the building.

25.4.     The Contractor shall store all supplies and equipment at a location designated by/coordinated with the COR
so as to preclude mechanical and climatic damage; the site shall be maintained in a neat and orderly manner.

25.5.     On Task orders where the work period will last beyond a thirty (30) calendar days. The Contractor shall
post at the worksite a neatly lettered sign on durable material not less than 36 inches wide and 24 inches high, see
Appendix A.

25.6.    The Contractor shall provide signs, barriers, and barricades to provide a safe working area for building
occupants and workmen. A plan for signs, barriers and barricades shall be submitted to the COR for approval prior
to beginning work on a task order for which signs, barriers and barricades are required to define the working area.

25.7.      The Contractor shall cover equipment that is to remain in place within the area of contract operations and
protect it against damage or loss. The contractor shall store equipment that is removed in performance of work
where directed or reuse in work as required by drawings and specifications. Equipment temporarily removed shall
be protected, cleaned and replaced equal to its condition prior to starting work. Security for equipment or material
that is to be reused and is removed for temporary storage shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor.


C-26. NOISE CONTROL
The Contractor shall comply with all applicable state and local laws, ordinances, and regulations relative to noise
control.


C-27. TRUCKING
27.1.     The Contractor shall load all trucks leaving the site with loose debris in a manner that will prevent dropping
of materials on streets. All vehicles transporting hot-mix mixtures, sand, base course material, surfacing aggregates
or dirt for work performance under this contract and traveling in excess of 35 mph over post area streets or main
access roads of FG shall have the materials covered with a tarpaulin, canvas, or shall be loaded a minimum of 6
inches below the top of the sideboards to avoid spillage of materials. The Contractor shall be responsible for
cleaning up any materials that fall from trucks.

27.2.    During the performance of this contract, events may occur that require the Government to change the
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designation of specific gates where delivery access is to be routed. Changes in the specified gates to be used shall not
be a cause for a request for a modification.


C-28. TOILET FACILITIES
The Contractor shall, at his own expense, provide portable toilet facilities, as required. In addition, toilet facilities
desired at the Contractor's management office shall be provided at the expense of the Contractor.


C-29. ELEVATORS
 29.1. Any temporary use of an existing elevator shall be arranged with the COR and subject to his controls. Such
use will be of an intermittent nature. The Contractor shall provide and maintain suitable and adequate protection
covering for the elevator machinery, the hatchway entrance, and the interior of elevator during the period of
temporary use. Loads in excess of the rated capacity of the elevator will not be permitted.

29.2.    The Government will bear the cost of electrical current for the operation of the elevator. On completion of
the work, the Contractor shall remove the protective coverings together with any resultant dirt and debris, and leave
the equipment in a condition equal to that which he found it.


C-30. SAFETY AND HEALTH
30.1.1. Safety and Health Program: Site activities performed in conjunction with this contract may pose safety
hazards which require specialized expertise to effectively address, minimize and eliminate safety hazards. The
Contractor shall be responsible for preparing and implementing an effective safety and health program, to include a
generic site safety and health plan prepared in accordance with UFGS Specification 01 35 26 Governmental Safety
Requirements, refer to appendix A. This plan shall be capable of being adapted by means of a supplement to the
main plan as required by individual task orders.

30.1.2. Safety Program – Within ten (10) calendar days after contract award, the Contractor shall establish and
submit a safety program for employees performing work under this contract an original and one copy to the
Contracting Officer for review and approval.

30.1.3. Task Order Specific Safety Plans – For each Individual task order/delivery order the Contractor shall
prepare and submit within ten (10) calendar days after NTP a project specific Safety Plan that will encompass as a
minimum the definable features of work that are included within the Contractor’s submitted project schedule. The
project specific safety plan will address potential hazards and mitigation efforts to alleviate and eliminate identified
safety risks.

30.2.    General

30.2. 1. Applicable Publications: The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the extent
referenced. The publications are referred to in the text by basic designation only.

30.2. 2. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR):

30.2. 2. 1.      OSHA General Industry Safety and Health Standards (29 CFR 1910), Publication V2206; OSHA
Construction Industry Standards (29 CFR 1926). One source of these regulations is OSHA Publication 2207, which
includes a combination of both parts 1910 and 1926, as they relate to construction safety and health. It is for sale by
the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402.

30.2. 2. 2.        National Emission Standards for Hazardous Pollutants (40 CFR, Part 61)

30.2. 2. 3.        Federal Standard (Fed Std): 313A Material Safety Data Sheets, Preparation and the Submission of:
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30.2. 2. 4.       Safety and Health Requirements Manual, EM 385-1-1.

30.2. 2. 5.       Use of Asbestos Containing Material, ETL 110-1-118.

30.2. 2. 6.       Policy and Guidelines for Asbestos Management, DA Circular 40-834.

30. 2. 7. U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon Command Safety Program, current edition.


30.3CIDENT PREVENTION PLAN (INDEFINITE DELIVERY TYPE)

30.3.1 Preconstruction Safety Meeting - Representatives of the Contractor shall meet with the COR prior to the
start of repair, alteration or construction activities for the purpose of reviewing the Contractor's safety and health
programs and discussing implementation of all safety and health provisions pertinent to the work to be performed
under a Task Order. The Contractor shall be prepared to discuss, in detail, the measure it intends to take in order to
control any unsafe or unhealthy conditions associated with the work to be performed under the contract. This
meeting may be held in conjunction with the preconstruction conference, at the direction of the Contracting Officer
or the COR. The conduct of this meeting is not contingent upon a general preconstruction meeting. The level of
detail for the safety meeting is dependent upon the nature of the work and the potential inherent hazards. The
Contractor's principal on-site representative(s) or his/her delegate shall attend this meeting.

30.3.2. Safety - The Contractor and his employees shall comply with the requirements of U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual EM 385-1-1 while performing work. The Contractor shall also
be expected to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSHA) Standards and changes thereto.
It is emphasized that the OSHA Standards are subject to change, and such changes may affect the Contractor in
performance of the contract. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to acquaint himself with all changes to OSHA
Standards and the effective date of the changes. Copies of the OSHA Standards may be obtained from the
Department of Labor.

30.3.3. Poster Displays - The Contractor shall comply with requirements for displaying posters furnished by the
Government which pertain to fire prevention, health and sanitation measures, accident prevention and similar
purposes pertinent to Army activities.

30.3.4. Safety Inspections - The Government reserves the right to conduct unannounced safety inspections any
time.

30.3.5. Accident Reporting – All accidents, including those that injure individuals as well as damage property, shall
be reported, in accordance with AR 385-40, telephonically to the COR within one (1) hour of the accident and in
writing to the Contracting Officer and Safety Officer within one (1) calendar day of the accident.

30.3.6. Compliance with Regulations - All work, including the handling of hazardous materials or the disturbance
or dismantling of structures containing hazardous materials shall comply with the applicable requirements of 29 CFR
1926/1910. Work involving the disturbance or dismantling of asbestos or asbestos containing materials; the
demolition of structures containing asbestos; and/or the disposal and removal of asbestos, shall also comply with the
requirements of 40 CFR, Part 61, Subparts A and B, ETL 1110-1-118. Where there is a conflict between applicable
regulations, the most stringent shall apply.

30.3.6.1. Definition of Hazardous Materials: Refer to hazardous and toxic materials/substances included in Subparts
H and Z of 29 CFR 1910; and to others as additionally defined in Fed. Std. 313. Those most commonly encountered
include asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), explosives, and radioactive material, but may include others.
The most likely products to contain asbestos are sprayed-on fireproofing, insulation, boiler lagging, pipe covering,
shingles, siding, roofing felt, mastic floor tiles and other common sources of asbestos.

30.3.6.2. The Contractor shall bring to the attention of the Contracting Officer any material suspected of being
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hazardous which he encounters during the execution of the work. A determination will be made by the Contracting
Officer as to whether the Contractor shall perform tests to determine if the material is hazardous. If the Contracting
Officer directs the Contractor to perform tests and/or if the material is found hazardous and additional protective
measures are needed, a contract change may be required, subject to equitable adjustment under the terms of the
contract.

30.3.7. Contractor Responsibility - The Contractor shall assume full responsibility and liability for compliance with
all applicable regulations pertaining to the health and safety of personnel during the execution of work, and shall
hold the Government harmless for any action on its part or that of its employees or subcontractors, which results in
illness, injury, or death.

30.3.8. Inspections, Tests, and Reports - The required inspections, tests, and reports made by the Contractor,
subcontractors, specially trained technicians, equipment manufacturers, and others as required by a task order, shall
be furnished in accordance with the terms of the task order at no additional cost to the Government.

30.3.9. Materials and Equipment - Special facilities, devices, equipment, clothing, and similar items used by the
Contractor in the execution of work shall comply with the applicable regulations.

30.3.10. Construction Hazard Communication – The Contractor is required to comply with the requirements of the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200).
This standard is designed to inform workers of safe and appropriate methods of working with hazardous substances
in the workplace.

30.4.    REPORTS

30.4.1. Safety Requirements and Reports. All work shall be conducted in a safe manner and shall comply with
OSHA and the Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual (EM-385-1-1). If the Contractor
fails or refuses to comply promptly with safety requirements, the Contracting Officer may issue an order stopping all
or part of the work until satisfactory corrective action has been taken. No part of the time lost due to any such order
shall be made the subject of claim for extension of time or for excess costs or damages to the Contractor. The
Contractor shall be responsible for enforcement of all safety requirements, to include contractor and subcontractor
personnel.

30.4.2. Damage Reports. In all instances where Government property or equipment is damaged by Contractor's
employees, the Contractor shall provide a verbal report to the COR, or their designated representative, within four
hours of occurrence (IAW FAR 52.237-2). A completed typed original plus one copy of DA FORM 3975 (MP
Report Form) shall be delivered to the COR, or their designated representative, within five calendar days of
occurrence, explaining the circumstances of the accident and the extent of damage. The Contractor shall be
responsible for costs to repair or replace damaged property.

30.4.3. Accident Reporting. The Contractor shall comply with OSHA and AR 385-40 for record keeping and
reporting of all accidents resulting in death, injury, occupational disease, or adverse environmental impact. The
Contractor shall provide a verbal report to the COR, or their designated representative, within four hours of each
such occurrence. A completed typed original plus one copy of DA FORM 3975 shall be delivered to the COR, or
their designated representative, within five calendar days of occurrence, whenever an accident involving personal
injury or government owned vehicles occurs.

30.5.    When passing troops in formation or jogging, the Fort Gordon speed limit is 10 mph.


C-31. CONTRACTOR STAFF
31.1.    The Contractor shall be required to maintain an on-site management and technical staff at Fort Gordon to
respond to the requirements set forth in this contract. The Contractor shall be responsible for selecting personnel
who are well qualified to perform the required work. Key personnel are defined as; Project Manager, Quality
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Control Manager, Superintendents, Quality Control Inspectors and are employees of the prime contractor. These
individual(s) shall be able to understand, speak, read, and write the English language fluently.

31.1.1. All personnel employed by the Contractor or any representative of the Contractor entering the Government
installation shall conform to all security regulations which may be in effect during the contract period and shall be
subject to such checks as may be deemed necessary to assure that no violations occur. No employee or
representative will be permitted on the installation when such check reveals that their presence would be detrimental
to the physical or operational security of the installation.

31.1.2. The Contractor shall take appropriate personnel action, as required, in event employees become involved
with civilian or military authorities as a result of misconduct.

31.1.3. Prime contractor shall maintain an “in house” construction trades workforce capable of performing 15% of
the work. This shall be actual construction work; defined as direct labor only, excluding; material, profit, and fees.
(FAR 52.219-27-C3).

31.2     Project Manager: The Contractor shall provide a Project Manager who shall have full authority to act for
the Contractor. This individual and any individual designated to act for him/her, shall have the full authority to
contractually commit the Contractor for prompt action on matters pertaining to contract administration and shall be
designated in writing (listing name, address and home telephone number) to the Contracting Officer. The Project
Manager shall be responsible for the overall management and coordination and shall be the central point of contact
with the Government for performance of all work under this contract. Another individual may be designated to act
for the Project Manager; however, provide ten (10) calendar days advanced notice in writing of any such change to
the Contracting Officer

32.2.1. Based on the standards of the industry the minimum acceptable qualifications for the Project Manager are:
                Five (5) years of demonstrable construction management experience and
                Ten (10) years in the construction field and
                Three (3) years estimating experience.


31.3.    The Project Manager shall be physically present at the on-site location except on legal holidays, during the
hours from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

31.4.    Contractor shall provide the Contracting Officer the above Project Manager information as well as a key
personnel list ten (10) calendar days prior to performance of the contract. The personnel shall meet or exceed the
position requirements submitted in the Contractor's proposal. The Government reserves the right to approve or
disapprove personnel based on the position requirements stated in the proposal.

31.5.    Site Superintendent shall be at each active jobsite at any time work is being performed at that jobsite. Site
Superintendent may perform duties on up to three (3) projects if the distance between projects, project complexity,
and superintendent experience meet the construction management requirements of the contract. Anything over three
projects per superintendent must be approved by the Contracting Officer and the DPW. Contractor will submit
Superintendent by name for each Task Order at the time of the proposal.

31.5.1. Based on the standards of the industry the minimum acceptable qualifications for the Site Superintendent
are:
Three (3) years of demonstrable construction supervision and seven (7) years in the construction trades with
increasing responsibility.

31.5.1.1. SUPERINTENDENCE BY THE CONTRACTOR
The Government must approve the Contractor’s superintendent(s). Unless the proposed superintendent is an officer
of the company, a resume of the proposed superintendent shall be submitted to assure competence in accordance
with provision entitled "Superintendence by the Contractor" (FAR 52.236.6).
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31.6.   The Government has the right to direct the Contractor to replace any individual functioning as Key
Personnel should the individual fail to perform in accordance with the requirements of contract. Any replacement
Key Personnel must meet the criteria stated in the Contractor's proposal that was evaluated for award of the contract.

31.7.     The Government will not exercise any supervision over Contractor employees performing work under the
contract. Such employees shall be accountable solely to the Contractor, not the Government. The Contractor, in
turn, shall be accountable to the Government for Contractor employees.


C-32. DEVIATION FROM PROPOSED LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS
32.1.    The Contractor shall submit a list of subcontractors on Statement and Acknowledgement, SF 1413 for each
task order.


C-33. GOVERNMENT-FURNISHED EQUIPMENT/MATERIALS
33.1.    As required, the Contractor, with his own forces, shall transport all Government-furnished
equipment/materials described on the task order. The equipment/materials will be transported from the Government
storage area to the work site indicated on the task order. (NOTE that Government furnished equipment/materials are
not furnished under this contract unless specifically identified elsewhere in this solicitation.)

33.2.   The Contractor shall be responsible for loss or damage to Government-furnished property caused by his
negligence or misconduct.

 33.3. The Contractor shall follow the instructions of the Contracting Officer or COR regarding the disposition of
all Government-furnished property not consumed in performance of a Task Order (FAR 52.245-2).


C-34. GOVERNMENT-FURNISHED PROPERTY AND SERVICES.
34.1.    Fire Protection. The Government will provide 24-hour fire protection services from the Fire Stations to the
work sites. The Contractor is responsible to establish fire protection services for the Contractor’s off-post office.
Current emergency telephone numbers will be provided to the Contractor prior to contract start.

34.2.   Emergency Medical Service. Medical services for the Contractor's personnel are the responsibility of the
Contractor.

34.3.    Parking. Subject to availability, Contractor employees may be provided parking space for Contractor use.
The Contractor shall comply with the post parking regulations. The COR, or their designated representative, may
designate other spaces if such spaces are available.


C-35. CONTRACTOR FURNISHED SOFTWARE AND COMPUTER SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS
35.1.   The Contractor shall be required to have an operational Windows based computer system for preparing
proposals using RS Means Cost Estimating Software.

35.2.    The Contractor shall also have trained personnel, software and computer equipment capable of utilizing the
following file types as a minimum:
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                   .pdf             .xls              .mdb              .ppt

35.3.    Computer shall be linked to the internet for the purpose of e-mail and electronic transmittal of all required
task order proposals and communications.

35.4.    Maintenance for all of the above equipment for the duration of the contract.
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35.5.     The Contractor shall furnish and provide R.S. Means Cost Works estimating software and annual updates
for all contract years and option periods. The Contractor shall maintain one system on-site for their use and provide
the Government with a network version with 6 user licenses.


C-36. COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
The Contractor shall provide adequate communications equipment for the performance of this contract. The
communication equipment (hand-held telephones and/or radios) may be installed after written approval from the Net
Enterprise center (NEC) and Contracting Officer. Additional communications equipment frequencies, antenna
locations, equipment locations in or on real property facilities or in equipment must be approved by DPW prior to
installation or operation.


C-37. VEHICULAR ACCESS TO CONSTRUCTION SITES
37.1.    The Contractor shall, under regulations prescribed by the Provost Marshal, use only established roadways
when transporting personnel and/or material in the prosecution of work. The Contractor shall adhere strictly to the
above, and shall not develop new ingress or egress roads without specific written instructions from the COR.
Contractor shall insure his personnel use designated parking areas only; vehicles shall not be parked on grassy areas.

37.2.   If the Contractor fails or refuses to comply with the above, the Contracting Officer or Contracting Office
Representative (COR) may issue an order stopping all work. No part of the time lost due to any such order shall be
made the subject of claim for extension of time or for excess costs or damage by the Contractor.

37.3.    Compliance with the provisions of this article by subcontractors will be the responsibility of the Contractor.

37.4.    All vehicles operated in support of the contract, including Contractor and Contractor employees privately
owned vehicles or subcontractor vehicles shall be registered, insured, licensed, and safety inspected IAW applicable
Federal, State, and local requirements.


C-38. TRUCK DELIVERIES
38.1.  Trucks may enter and/or exit Fort Gordon, Georgia, via Gate 3 only. Gate 3 is open from 5 AM until 3PM,
Monday through Friday.



C-39. CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL (QC)
39.1      GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
39.1.1. The Contractor will establish and maintain an effective quality control (QC) system. QC consists of plans,
procedures, and organization necessary to produce an end product which complies with the contract requirements.
The Project Manager (PM) and the Project Superintendent (PS) will be held responsible for the quality of work and
are subject to removal by the Contracting Officer for non-compliance with the quality requirements specified in the
contract.

39.1.2. A Project Superintendent may perform duties on up to three (3) individual TO/DO projects, provided the
distance between the project sites, project complexities, and the PS’s experience meets the construction
management requirements of the contract. The Contractor shall receive approval from the Contracting Officer or
the COR for a variance of more than three (3) projects assigned to a PS for their supervision. For each Task Order
the Contractor shall submit in writing the name of the Project Superintendent to the Contracting Officer/COR for
approval.

39.1.3. The Project Superintendent shall maintain a daily physical presence at the project site for the task order at
all times when construction is actively in progress. The Project Superintendent is responsible for all construction
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and related activities at the project site, except as otherwise acceptable to the Contracting Officer. As necessary the
Project Superintendent shall be able to respond and be onsite within thirty (30) minutes of notification as required by
the COR or Construction Representative.

39.1.4. CQ Coordination Meeting: Prior to start work of any task order, the Contractor shall meet with the
Contracting Officer and COR to discuss the Contractor’s quality control plan. During the meeting, a mutual
understanding of the plan details shall be developed including the forms for recording the CQC operations, control
activities, testing, administration of the system for both on-site and off-site work, and the interrelationship of
Contractor's inspection and control with the Government's Quality Assurance. Minutes of the meeting shall be
prepared by the Contractor and signed by both the Contractor and the Contracting Officer. The minutes shall become
a part of the contract file. There may also be occasions when subsequent conferences will be called to re-confirm
mutual understandings. This meeting can be performed at Pre-Construction Conference.

39.1.5. Request for Information: Request for Information (RFIs) for Task Orders will be forwarded to COR at
Directorate of Public Works.

39.2     QUALITY CONTROL PLAN (QCP)
39.2.1. The Contractor shall submit, no later than ten (10) calendar days after receipt of the notice to proceed for
each individual task order, a Task Order Specific Quality Control Plan that will implement the requirements of the
FAR Clause 52.246-12. The Contractors Quality Control Plan will then be reviewed by the Government for
completeness and to assess whether his/her plan is sufficient to ensure that the Government receives the quality
called for by the Contract, Plans, and Specifications for that specific task order.

39.2.2. The Contractor’s Quality Control Plan (QCP) shall identify personnel, procedures, instructions, records,
and forms to be used.

39.2.3. The Contractor's QC Plan shall be received, reviewed and formally accepted in writing by the Contracting
Officer and will be enforceable throughout the specific task order referenced by the QC plan.

39.2.4. The Quality Control Plan shall include as a minimum, the following:

39.2.4.1. A description of the quality control organization; including chart showing lines of authority and
acknowledgement that the CQC staff shall report to the management or someone higher in the Contractor's
organization, excluding the Project Manager.

39.2.4.2. The name and their title for the delivery/task order project, qualifications, duties, responsibilities and
authorities of each person assigned a QC function.

39.2.4.3. A copy of the letter to the QCP Manager signed by an authorized official of the firm, which describes the
responsibilities and delegates sufficient authorities to the QC Manager to perform his/her function as the QC
Manager, including authority to stop work which is not in compliance with the contract.

39.2.4.4. Procedures for scheduling and managing submittals, including those of subcontractors, off-site fabricators,
suppliers, and purchasing agents.

39.2.4.5. Control testing procedures for each specific test performed on any task order will be submitted and
approved prior to start of construction on that task order. Laboratory facilities will be approved by the Contracting
Officer (KO).

39.2.4.6. Procedures for tracking preparatory, initial, and follow-up control phases and control, verification, and
acceptance tests including documentation.

39.2.4.7. Procedures for tracking construction deficiencies from identification through acceptable corrective action.
Establish verification procedures that identified deficiencies have been corrected.
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39.2.4.8. A list of the definable features of work. A definable feature of work is a task which is separate and distinct
from other tasks, has separate control requirements, and may be identified by different trades or disciplines, or it may
be work by the same trade in a different environment. Although each section of the specifications may generally be
considered as a definable feature of work, there are frequently more than one definable feature under a particular
section. This list will be agreed upon during the coordination meeting.

39.2.5. Acceptance of the Contractor's QC plan is required prior to the start of construction. The Government
reserves the right to require the Contractor to make changes in his QC Plan and operations as necessary to obtain the
quality specified.

39.2.6. Failure to execute the approved QCP shall result in withholding of funds from progress payments in
accordance with the FAR Clause 52.232-5, Payments Under Fixed-Price Construction Contracts. Repeated and
documented failure to execute the approved QCP will result in:

39.2.6.1. The removal of the Project Superintendent, Quality Control Manger, Quality Control Personnel or any other
Contractor personnel determined by the Contracting Officer; OR

39.2.6.2. If the Contractor fails or refuses to comply with the above, the Contracting Officer or Contracting Office
Representative (COR) may issue an order stopping all work. No part of the time lost due to any such order shall be
made the subject of claim for extension of time or for excess costs or damage by the Contractor.

39.3.    NOTIFICATION OF CHANGES:
The Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer in writing of any proposed changes to the Contractors approved
QC plan. Proposed changes are subject to acceptance by the Contracting Officer and cannot be implemented until
written approval has been obtained from the Contracting Officer.

39.4.    QUALITY CONTROL ORGANIZATION

39.4.1. Contractor Quality Control (CQC) Manager: The Contractor shall identify an individual within his
organization, who shall be responsible for the overall management of the contractor’s QC Program and will have the
authority to act in all QC matters for the Contractor.

39.4.1.1. The QC Manager must be a four (4) year bachelor's degree engineer, Quality Assurance Engineer, or a
graduate of Construction Management from an accredited four (4) year college, with a minimum of five (5) years of
construction experience on construction similar to this contract or a construction person with a minimum of ten (10)
years documented experience in related work. The QC Manager must have completed the course entitled
"Construction Quality Management For Contractors (as described in C-39.42.2).”

39.4.1.2. The CQC Manager or QC Inspector must be on the site at all times during construction and be employed by
the prime Contractor.

39.4.1.3 The QC Manager shall have no other duties than Contractor Quality Control. The CQ Manager shall be
approved by the Contracting Officer and replaced if the CQ Manager is unable or unwilling to perform his duties as
prescribed.

39.4.2. Additional QC Personnel: A staff shall be maintained under the direction and authority of the CQC
Manager to perform all QC activities. The actual strength of the staff during any specific work period may vary to
cover work phase needs, shifts, and rate of placement. The personnel of this staff shall be fully qualified by
experience and technical training to perform their assigned responsibilities and shall be directly hired by and work
for the prime Contractor. The inspectors shall have no duties other than quality control.

QC Inspectors shall have a working knowledge of general construction and have a minimum of five (5) years of
related (construction) experience for the definable feature of work that they will be inspecting. The major areas of
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construction are electrical, mechanical, site work, masonry, finish work and carpentry. The inspectors may have
expertise in one or more areas and may inspect those areas when that type of work is ongoing.

39.4.2.1. Minimum Staffing: Each task order in progress shall be comprehensively inspected at least daily and these
inspections documented and provided to the Contracting Officer Representative.

39.4.2.2. All QC Staff, to include the QC Inspectors must have completed, or complete the course within the first six
(6) months of assignment, the course entitled "Construction Quality Management For Contractors". This course is
periodically offered at the Corps of Engineers Fort Gordon Field Office located in Bldg. 14600.

39.4.2.3. Certificates of course completion shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer.

39.4.2.4. The course will be required every 3 years from the date of completion on the course certificate.

39.5.   SUBMITTALS: The CQC Organization shall be responsible for certifying that all submittals are in
compliance with the contract requirements.

39.6.    CONTROL: Contractor quality control is the means by which the Contractor assures that the construction
complies with the requirements of the contract plans and specifications. The controls shall be adequate to cover all
construction operations, including both on-site and off-site fabrication, and will be keyed to the proposed
construction sequence and indicated on a CPM Schedule for each task order. At least three phases of control must
be conducted by the QC Manager for each definable feature of the construction work as follows:

39.6.1. Preparatory Phase:
This phase is performed prior to beginning work on each definable feature of work, after all required
plans/documents/materials are approved/accepted, and after copies are at the work site. This phase includes:

39.6.1.1. A review of each paragraph of applicable specifications, reference codes, and standards. Make available
during the preparatory inspection a copy of those sections of referenced codes and standards applicable to that
portion of the work to be accomplished in the field. Maintain and make available in the field for use by Government
personnel until final acceptance of the work.

39.6.1.2. Review of the contract drawings.

39.6.1.3. Check to assure that all materials and/or equipment have been tested, submitted, and approved.

39.6.1.4. Review of provisions that have been made to provide required control inspection and testing.

39.6.1.5. Examination of the work area to assure that all required preliminary work has been completed and is in
compliance with the contract.

39.6.1.6. Examination of required materials, equipment, and sample work to assure that they are on hand, conform to
approved shop drawings or submitted data, and are properly stored.

39.6.1.7. Review of the appropriate activity hazard analysis to assure safety requirements are met.

39.6.1.8. Discussion of procedures for controlling quality of the work including repetitive deficiencies. Document
construction tolerances and workmanship standards for that feature of work.

39.6.1.9. Check to ensure that the portion of the plan for the work to be performed has been accepted by the
Contracting Officer.

39.6.1.10. Discussion of the initial control phase.
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39.6.1. 11. The Government must be notified at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of beginning the preparatory
control phase. Include a meeting conducted by the CQC Manager and attended by the project superintendent, other
CQC personnel (as applicable), and the foreman responsible for the definable feature. Document the results of the
preparatory phase actions by separate minutes prepared by the CQC Manager and attach to the daily CQC report.
Instruct applicable workers as to the acceptable level of workmanship required in order to meet contract
specifications.

39.6.2. Initial Phase: This phase is accomplished at the beginning of a definable feature of work. Accomplish the
following:

39.6.2.1. Check work to ensure that it is in full compliance with contract requirements. Review minutes of the
preparatory meeting.

39.6.2.2. Verify adequacy of controls to ensure full contract compliance. Verify required control inspection and
testing.

39.6.2.3. Establish level of workmanship and verify that it meets minimum acceptable workmanship standards.
Compare with required sample panels as appropriate.

39.6.2.4. Resolve all differences.

39.6.2.5. Check safety to include compliance with and upgrading of the safety plan and activity hazard analysis.
Review the activity analysis with each worker.

39.6.2.6. The Government must be notified at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of beginning the initial phase.
Prepare separate minutes of this phase by the CQC Manager and attach to the daily CQC report. Indicate the exact
location of initial phase for future reference and comparison with follow-up phases.

39.6.2.7. The initial phase should be repeated for each new crew to work onsite, or any time acceptable specified
quality standards are not being met.

39.6.3. Follow-up Phase: Perform daily checks to assure control activities, including control testing, are providing
continued compliance with contract requirements, until completion of the particular feature of work. Record the
checks in the CQC documentation. Conduct final follow-up checks and correct all deficiencies prior to the start of
additional features of work which may be affected by the deficient work. Do not build upon nor conceal non-
conforming work.

39.6.4. Additional Preparatory and Initial Phases: Conduct additional preparatory and initial phases on the same
definable features of work if: the quality of on-going work is unacceptable; if there are changes in the applicable
CQC staff, onsite production supervision or work crew; if work on a definable feature is resumed after a substantial
period of inactivity; or if other problems develop.

39.6.4.1. The Government reserves the right to require any additional Preparatory or Initial control phases.

39.7.    TESTS:
39.7.1. Testing Procedures: The Contractor shall perform tests specified or required to verify the control measures
are adequate to provide a product which confirms to contract requirements. The Contractor shall procure the
services of an industry recognized testing laboratory or establish an approved testing laboratory at the project site.
The laboratories utilized for testing shall meet the criteria detailed in ASTM D 3740-80 "Evaluation of Agencies
Engaged in the Testing and/or Inspection of Soil and Rock as Used in Construction" and ASTM E 329-88
"Inspection and Testing Agencies for Concrete, Steel, and Bituminous materials as Used in Construction". The
Contractor shall perform the following activities and record and provide the following data:

39.7.1.1. Verify that testing procedures comply with contract requirements.
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39.7.1.2. Verify that facilities and testing equipment are available and comply with testing standards.

39.7.1.3. Check test instruments calibration data against certified standards.

39.7.1.4. Verify that recording forms, including all of the test documentation requirements, have been prepared.

39.7.2. Testing:

39.7.2.1. Capability Check:
The COR will have the right to check laboratory equipment in the proposed laboratory for compliance with the
standards set forth in the contract specifications and to check the laboratory technician's testing procedures and
techniques.

39.7.2.2. Capability Re-Check:
If the selected laboratory fails the capability check, the Contractor will reimburse the Government for each
succeeding re-check of the laboratory or the checking of a subsequently selected laboratory at the actual cost for
each re-check. Such costs will be deducted from the contract amount due the Contractor.

39.7.2.3. Project Laboratory:
The COR will have the right to utilize the Contractor's control testing laboratory and equipment to make assurance
tests and to check the Contractor's testing procedures, techniques, and test results at no additional cost to the
Government.

39.7.2.4. Transportation of Samples for Testing:
Costs incidental to the transportation of samples or materials will be borne by the Contractor. Costs incidental for
transportation of samples of materials for test verification and acceptance testing by the Government shall be borne
by the Contractor.



C-40. DOCUMENTATION
40.1.     Records: The Contractor shall maintain current records of production and quality control operations,
activities, and tests performed including the work of subcontractors. These records shall be on daily Contractor
Production and Quality Control reports.

40. 2. The Contractors Daily Production and Quality Control Report forms will include the minimum following
information:

40. 2.1. Date, Contract Number, and Task Order Description.

40.2.2. Contractor/subcontractor and their area of responsibility and task order Superintendent.

40. 2.3. Work performed each day, giving location, description, and by whom. Identify each phase of work
performed each day by CPM activity number.

40. 2.4. Test and/or control activities performed with results and references to specifications/drawings requirements.
Identify the control phase (Preparatory, Initial, Follow-up). List of deficiencies noted, along with corrective action.

40. 2.5. Quantity of materials received at the site with statement as to acceptability, storage, and reference to
specifications/drawings requirements.

40. 2.6. Submittals and deliverables reviewed, with contract reference, by whom, and action taken.
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40. 2.7. Offsite surveillance activities, including actions taken.

40. 2.8. Job safety evaluations stating what was checked, results, and instructions or corrective actions.

40. 2.9. Instructions given/received and conflicts in plans and/or specifications.

40. 2.10. Contractor's verification statement: Furnish the original and one copy of these records in report form to the
COR daily within twenty-four (24) hours after the date covered by the report, except that reports need not be
submitted for days on which no work is performed. As a minimum, prepare and submit one report for every 7 days of
no work and on the last day of a no work period. All calendar days must be accounted for throughout the life of the
contract. Reports must be signed and dated by the QC Manager. Include copies of test reports and copies of reports
prepared by all subordinate quality control personnel within the QC Manager Report.

40.3.     Sample forms enclosed at the end of this section.
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C-41. NOTIFICATION OF NONCOMPLIANCE
The Contracting Officer will notify the Contractor of any noncompliance with the foregoing requirements. The
Contractor shall, after receipt of such notice, immediately take corrective action. Such notice, when delivered to the
Contractor or his representative at the site of the work, shall be deemed sufficient for the purpose of notification. If
the Contractor fails or refuses to comply promptly, the Contracting Officer may issue an order stopping all or part of
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the work until satisfactory corrective action has been taken. The Contractor shall make no part of the time lost due to
any such stop orders the subject of claim for extension of time or for excess costs or damages.


C-42. RELEASE OF QUALITY CONTROL PLAN AND OTHER DOCUMENTS
The Government reserves the right, upon award of this contract to disseminate within the Government, for official
use without prior approval of the Contractor, the Quality Control Plan and other plans and documents identified and
submitted by the Contractor for the intended use of inspection, surveillance or for any administrative or contractual
function under this contract.


C-43. PHYSICAL DATA (APR 1984)
43.1.    Fort Gordon, Georgia: Data and information furnished or referred to below is for the Contractor’s
information. The Government shall not be responsible for any interpretation of or conclusion drawn from the data or
information by the contractor.


43.2.    Weather conditions. The following website: www.gordon.army.mil/ioc which reflects the meteorological
data from the U. S. Weather Station at Fort Gordon, GA will be used to determine time extension due to abnormally
severe weather.


C-44. SITE LOCATION
The Contractor will be provided the use of a parcel of land located behind the DPW Engineering Division, Bldg
14500. This parcel of land is located off of Brainard Avenue. Security fencing for the contractor’s
compound/storage area shall be the responsibility of the contractor. Security and protection of Contractor’s
equipment, material, etc., stored in this area shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.


C-45. CONTRACT PROGRESS REPORTS
The Contractor and the Government Inspector assigned to the project shall each submit a separate CPM schedule,
Contract Progress Report, to the Contracting Officer monthly for each task order. Each report submitted must be
complete, signed and dated by the Contractor or the Government Inspector assigned to the contract as applicable.
Their reports will be reviewed by the Contracting Officer and action taken to resolve any variances in the two
reports, as the Contracting Officer deems appropriate. Contractor shall also submit a duplicate copy of Progress
Report to the Contracting Officer's Representative with the monthly invoice DD1423.


C-46. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
Prior to final acceptance and payment of each task order, the Contractor shall submit one complete electronic
equipment listing, in Microsoft office excel format, to include all name-plate data, and three (3) copies of all
operation and maintenance manuals to the COR for HVAC systems, electrical controls, etc. The Contractor shall
conduct a training session to brief Government personnel on the operation and maintenance procedures of such
systems. The Contractor is required to provide three (3) complete tear down/overhaul/repair manuals for any chillers
provided. The Contractor is required to provide two (2) complete service literature catalogs for any chiller
manufacturer's engineering machinery products.


C-47. DANGEROUS WEAPONS ON THE INSTALLATION
As required by USASC&FG Regulation 210-13, the contractor and his personnel will not transport, possess, or use
on this installation privately owned dangerous weapons. "Dangerous Weapons" include all forms of firearms,
missile-throwing devices (e.g., bow and arrow), switch blade or automatic blade knives, knives with blades in excess
of three inches, ammunition and pyrotechnics, fireworks, bludgeons (e.g., nunchucks), brass knuckles, shooting pens,
and similar devices. Unauthorized dangerous weapons will be confiscated and impounded by government personnel.
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The contractor agrees to comply with all other provisions of Fort Gordon Regulation 210-13 (or latest revision),
copies of which are available on request from the contracting officer. A state weapons permit does not supersede
this contract provision.


C-48. SMOKING IN DA OCCUPIED BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
The contractor agrees to comply with the provisions specified in DODI 1010.15 and AR 600-63, copies of which are
available on request from the MICC Fort Gordon.


C-49. RECORD DRAWINGS
During the progress of the job, the Contractor shall keep a careful record at the job site (Red Lines) of all changes
and corrections from the layouts shown on the drawings, if applicable. The Contractor shall enter in red ink all such
changes and corrections on contract or record drawings promptly. Each sheet of the correct set shall be stamped
with the marking: "RECORD DRAWINGS AS BUILT." The record drawings shall indicate, in addition to all
changes and corrections, the actual location of all sub-surface utility lines. In order that the location of these lines
and appurtenances may be determined in the event the surface openings or indicators become covered over or
obscured, the record drawings shall show, by offset dimensions to two permanently fixed surface features, the end of
each run including each change in direction. Valve, splice boxes, and similar appurtenance shall be located by
dimensioning along the utility run from a reference point. The average depth below the surface of each run shall also
be recorded.

49.1.     At the time of project acceptance of each structure or facility involved under the contract, the Contractor
shall submit to the COR: Two (2) Sets 28" x 40" (ANSI F) of RED-Lines Drawings produced on bond paper. Each
sheet of the RED-Lines Drawings set shall be marked: "RECORD DRAWINGS RED-LINE" in the revision block.

49.2.     Prior to final payment, the Contractor shall submit the final record drawings to the COR for review and
approval. Furthermore; reproducible, professional drafting quality, as-built drawings which conform to the
Directorate of Public Work’s (DPWs) currently utilized electronic computer aided drafting and design (CADD)
software. In addition to the native CAD design files, provide separate electronic drawing files (in editable CAD
format and the most current Adobe Acrobat PDF for each project drawing. Each file (both CAD and PDF) shall
represent one complete drawing from the drawing set, including the date, submittal phase, and border. No model
files are acceptable.

49.2.1. Hard Copy Drawing Files – One (1 ea.) set of 28" x 40" American National Standards Institute (ANSI F)
AS BUILT drawings produced on 4mil double matte Mylar film. Each sheet of the As-Built set shall be marked:
"RECORD DRAWINGS AS BUILT" in the revision block.
Note: The As-Built drawings shall be centered on a 30” x 42” USA Architectural Sheet (ARCH F).

49.2.2 Electronic Drawing Files – Two (2 ea.) CD/DVD’s with a complete set of AS-BUILT Drawings in both a
CAD and PDF format. The CAD files shall be in Bentley's Microstation V8i, Select Series II (minimum
requirement) .dgn format. The PDF files shall be in Adobe Acrobat PDF version 9.0 or higher .pdf's format. Each
drawing will be a separate file and labeled by drawing # (i.e. A-101.pdf or C-101.dgn). Each file (both CAD and
PDF) shall represent one complete drawing from the drawing set. No border files with scanned images are
acceptable.

49.2.3 Drawing Index: Provide an index of drawing sheets in CAD as part of the drawing set, and an electronic
list in Microsoft Excel of all drawings of the project set (CD/DVD). Include the electronic file name, the sheet
reference number, the sheet number, and the sheet title, containing the data for each drawing. An example of the
Excel index can be furnished upon request.

49.3      Retainer Fee:      A retainer fee in the amount of $1,000 or 2 percent (2%) of the task order cost, whichever
is greater, shall be withheld from the Contractor for submittal and acceptance of all final record drawings.
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Section D - Packaging and Marking


D.1. All Shipments of materials, equipment and/or supplies shall be addressed to the Contractor and not to the
Government.

D.2. Project Labeling for Official Correspondence. The Government singularly identifies each Job Order with a Job
Order number at time of award. The TO number is a unique identifier to purposely and permanently represent an
awarded project. The Government issued TO number is to be referenced on all official communications starting
upon notice of award.

D.3. The Packing of deliverables, containers, and packages to be delivered pursuant to the requirements of each
individual Task Order shall be in accordance with the instructions provided with each Task Order, and shall be
marked with the following information.
           Contract Number
           Task Order Number (if available)
Short title of contract/task order requirement
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Section E - Inspection and Acceptance




INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE TERMS

Supplies/services will be inspected/accepted at:

CLIN     INSPECT AT                            INSPECT BY   ACCEPT AT          ACCEPT BY
0001     Destination                           Government   Destination        Government
1001     Destination                           Government   Destination        Government
2001     Destination                           Government   Destination        Government
3001     Destination                           Government   Destination        Government
4001     Destination                           Government   Destination        Government
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Section F - Deliveries or Performance




DELIVERY INFORMATION

CLIN     DELIVERY DATE                  QUANTITY   SHIP TO ADDRESS                       UIC

0001     POP 01-NOV-2012 TO             N/A        DIRECTORATE OF PUBLIC WORKS           W91XMD
         31-OCT-2013                               (DPW&L)
                                                   DAVID P. GAITHER
                                                   ENGINEER PLANS & SVCS BR
                                                   BLDG 14500
                                                   FORT GORDON GA 30905
                                                   706-791-9645
                                                   FOB: Destination

1001     POP 01-NOV-2013 TO             N/A        (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)           W91XMD
         31-OCT-2014                               FOB: Destination

2001     POP 01-NOV-2014 TO             N/A        (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)           W91XMD
         31-OCT-2015                               FOB: Destination

3001     POP 01-NOV-2015 TO             N/A        (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)           W91XMD
         31-OCT-2016                               FOB: Destination

4001     POP 01-NOV-2016 TO             N/A        (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)           W91XMD
         31-OCT-2017                               FOB: Destination
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Section G - Contract Administration Data


G.1. Contract Administration. The roles, duties, responsibilities and authority of each of the above members are
discussed below:

         a. CONTRACTING OFFICER means a person with the authority to enter into, administer and/or terminate
contracts and make related determinations and findings. The Contracting Officer signs all contractual documents,
approves and signs all modifications to contracts, processes and approves payment requests, reviews and makes final
decisions on contractual discrepancies, and administers the contract. The Contracting Officer is the only authorized
individual to make changes to a contract.

         b. CONTRACTING OFFICER'S REPRESENTATIVE. The Contracting Officer will designate a
representative, hereinafter referred to as the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR) or, alternatively, as the
Engineer. The COR will be designated in writing and a copy of the designation will be furnished to the Contractor
before or at the pre-work conference. The Contractor is cautioned to read the COR designation because certain
authority under the contract is reserved solely for the Contracting Officer.

         c. CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTATIVE. Any representative of the Contractor shall be designated in
writing. The designation shall clearly indicate the name and limitations of authority, if any, of the representative.

G.2. The Contract Administration Team can be changed by written notice to the Contractor and currently consist of
the following members/individuals:

         a. Contracting Officer (KO) is:

         b. A Contract Specialist will be assigned on individual Job Orders from Mission and Installation
Contracting Command, Fort Gordon, serving in the capacity of Contract Administrator.

        c. Individuals from the Directorate of Public Works (DPW) serving in the capacity of Contracting Officer’s
Representative (COR) for each basic Job order. Directorate of Public Works (DPW)

G.3. Invoicing Requirements.

        a. Job Order Invoice shall be prepared and submitted in accordance with the provisions of FAR Clause
52.232-27, PROMPT PAYMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (FEB 2002).

        b. Job Order Invoice shall be submitted to the Contracting Officer or designated Government Official for
each Job Order issued and completed.

          c. Each request for a Final Payment of a Job Order shall include a signed Quality Control Plan certifying
that the project has been inspected in accordance with the approved Quality Control Plan and is in conformance with
the requirements of the Job Order and the requirements of this contract.


G.4. Army Electronic Invoicing Instructions.


Job Order Invoice and Receiving Reports utilizing Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF)
All contractor invoices and receiving reports are required to be submitted electronically in accordance with DFARS
252.232-7003 Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving Reports. Contractors shall submit
invoices through the WAWF System at https://wawf.eb.mil/.
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The Government will be using WAWF to accept/approve invoices and receiving reports. Payment will not be made
unless and until both the contractor and the Government WAWF submissions are submitted and processed correctly.
Contractor invoices must reflect the contract line item numbers (CLINs) contained in the contract. Proper invoices
also must reflect the prices stipulated in the contract and the service or supply must be delivered, inspected and
accepted.
An interactive self-paced training module is available for both contractor and Government personnel at
http://wawftraining.com to learn how to use WAWF. WAWF also offers customer support and/or assistance at 1-
866-618-5988.



G.5. Post Award Conference.

         a. Prior to the Contractor starting work on Job Orders, a post award conference (as described in FAR
Subpart 42.5), will be convened by the contracting activity or contract administration office. The Contractor's
Project Manager shall attend the conference. If the contract involves subcontractors, a representative of each major
subcontractor shall also attend.

          b. The Contracting Officer and the Contractor will agree to the date, time, and location of the conference
after award of the Job Order Contract. In event of a conflict in schedules, the Contracting Officer shall establish the
date for the conference.


G.6 ADMINISTRATION RESPONSIBILITY:

         a. After award of the contract complete responsibility and administration of this contract will be transferred
to:
         Fort Gordon, Mission Installation Contract Command MICC
         Winship Hall, Building 29718, 3rd Floor, 419 B Street
         Fort Gordon, Georgia 30905

          b. The Contracting Officer (KO), Fort Gordon, Georgia, is the only person authorized to direct changes in
any of the requirements under this contract and notwithstanding any provisions contained elsewhere in this contract,
the said authority remains solely with the Contracting Officer. In the event the Contractor effects any such change at
the direction of any person other than the Contracting Officer, the change will be considered to have been made
without authority and solely at the risk of the Contractor. The contractor shall ensure that all contractor personnel
are knowledgeable and cognizant of this contract provision.

G.7 PAYMENTS/INVOICES:

         a. Payments shall be made on 100% completed Task Orders with a rate of performance of 30 days or less.
Progress payments may only be considered on Task Orders with a rate of performance in excess of 30 days. Should
the Contractor request progress payments on Task Orders with a rate of performance in excess of 30 days, the
Contractor shall be required to furnish (and have approved by the Contracting Officer), a progress schedule in
accordance with FAR 52.236-15 for each Task Order before the Government can process payment.

       b. Invoices for payments made by DFAS shall be submitted by the Contractor electronically in accordance
with DFARS 252.232-7003.

I       c. Invoices shall cite the contract number, applicable task order number, contract line item/sub line item
numbers, quantity, price and total amount of invoice. Contractor shall furnish the required certification/release IAW
FAR 52.232-5 (c)/(h), “Payment Under Fixed-Price Construction Contracts,” with final invoice.

G.8 PAYMENT OFFICE:
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         a. To be sighted on each individual Task Order.

G.9 INDEFINITE DELIVERY, INDEFINITE QUANTITY CONTRACT:

          a. This is an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity type contract. The use of negotiated, definitive, bilateral
orders on a fixed price basis is contemplated. After validation of a requirement, the Government will prepare an
Independent Government Estimate and an in-house decision will be made as to its suitability as a JOC order; a
description of the proposed scope of work will be presented to the contractor for preparation of a proposal. This
proposal will subsequently be evaluated, and an agreement will be reached through discussions/negotiations, prior to
execution of the bilateral order (some integral non-prepriced work may be included in the proposal). Upon
finalization of negotiations and issuance of a task order, it is the Government's intent to have bought a scope of work
(a job) rather than the quantities of tasks, however, the scope may include any significant quantities, methods of
construction and/or quality levels required.
The contractor’s proposal for each individual JOC task order, upon finalization of negotiations and signed by the
contractor, shall become a part of that task order, to be included with the technical provisions and specifications for
that associated task order. Task Orders will be issued in accordance with FAR 52.216-22, Indefinite Quantity, FAR
52.216-18, Ordering, and FAR 52.216-19, Order Limitations.



CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT


5152.204-4001      KEY PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS (MAR 2009) (LOCAL CLAUSE)

(a) Certain experienced professional and/or technical personnel are essential for successful accomplishment of the
work to be performed under this contract. These "Key Personnel" were identified by name within the contractor’s
proposal and their resumes were submitted for evaluation during the source selection process. The contractor agrees
that such personnel shall not be removed or replaced within the performance of this contract unless the following
measures are taken:

          (1) If one or more of the key personnel, for any reason, becomes or is expected to become unavailable for
work under this contract for a continuous period exceeding 30 work days, or is expected to devote substantially less
effort to the work than indicated in the proposal or initially anticipated, the contractor shall, subject to the
concurrence of the Contracting Officer (KO) or designated Contracting Officer Representative (COR), promptly
replace personnel with personnel who possess equal, or better, qualifications as the original employee

         (2) All requests for approval of substitutions hereunder must be in writing and provide a detailed
explanation of the circumstances necessitating the proposed substitutions. The request must contain a resume for the
proposed substitute, and any other information requested by the KO or designated COR. The KO or designated
COR must concur in writing with the change.

(b) If the KO or designated COR determines that suitable and timely replacement of Key Personnel who have been
reassigned, terminated or have otherwise become unavailable for the contract work is not reasonably forthcoming or
that the resultant reduction of productive effort would be so substantial as to impair successful completion of the
contract, the KO may terminate the contract for default or for the convenience of the Government, as appropriate, or
make an equitable adjustment to the contract to compensate the Government for any resultant delay, loss or damage.

(c) The Key Personnel in this contract are as follows: ______________________________
                                                       (End of Clause)
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5152.209-4000     DOD LEVEL I ANTITERRORISM (AT) STANDARDS (FEB 2009) (LOCAL CLAUSE)

(a) Pursuant to Department of Defense Instruction Number 2000.16, “DoD Antiterrorism (AT) Standards,” dated
October 2, 2006, each contractor employee requiring access to a Federally-controlled installation, facility and/or
Federally-controlled information system(s) shall complete Level I AT Awareness Training on an annual basis and
receive a certificate of completion. The training is accessible from any computer and is available at
https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/. The contractor is responsible for ensuring that all applicable employees have completed
antiterrorism awareness training and shall certify that their workforce has completed the training through the
submission of completion certificate(s) to the Contracting Officer and the Contracting Officer’s Representative (if
appointed) within five working days after contract award or prior to access to a Federally-controlled installation or
information system.

(b) In the event that the automated system at https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/ is not available (e.g., server problems),
Level I AT Awareness Training can be provided by a qualified instructor. However, if the training is not completed
online, the Level I AT Awareness Instructor qualification must be coordinated with the Installation Antiterrorism
Officer (or Installation Security equivalent) and the resultant name(s) of approved instructors shall be provided the
contracting officer or designee along with all associated cost or schedule impacts to the contract.

(c) Antiterrorism performance (Level I AT Awareness Training attendance and compliance) may be documented as
a performance metric under the resultant contract, and be part of past performance information in support of future
source selections.

                                                       (End of clause)




5152.233-4000     AMC-LEVEL PROTEST PROGRAM (SEP 2011) (LOCAL CLAUSE)

If you have complaints about this procurement, it is preferable that you first attempt to resolve those concerns with
the responsible contracting officer. However, you can also protest to Headquarters (HQ), Army Materiel Command
(AMC). The HQ AMC-Level Protest Program is intended to encourage interested parties to seek resolution of their
concerns within AMC as an Alternative Dispute Resolution forum, rather than filing a protest with the Government
Accountability Office (GAO) or other external forum. Contract award or performance is suspended during the
protest to the same extent, and within the same time periods, as if filed at the GAO. The AMC protest decision goal
is to resolve protests within 20 working days from filing. To be timely, protests must be filed within the periods
specified in FAR 33.103. If you want to file a protest under the HQ AMC-Level Protest Program, the protest must
request resolution under that program and be sent to the address below. All other agency-level protests should be
sent to the contracting officer for resolution.

Headquarters U.S. Army Materiel Command
Office of Command Counsel
4400 Martin Road
Rm: A6SE040.001
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000
Fax: (256) 450-8840

Packages sent by FedEx or UPS should be addressed to:
Headquarters U.S. Army Materiel Command
Office of Command Counsel
4400 Martin Road
Rm: A6SE040.001
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Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898-5000
Fax: (256) 450-8840

The AMC-Level Protest procedures are found at: http://www.amc.army.mil/pa/COMMANDCOUNSEL.asp.

If internet access is not available, contact the contracting officer or HQ, AMC to obtain the HQ AMC-Level Protest
Procedures.

(End of Clause)
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Section H - Special Contract Requirements

ECONOMIC PRICE ADJUSTMENT

5152.237-9000 Economic Price Adjustment (Job Order Contracts)

Application. For job order contracts, insert the following clause in solicitations and contracts in accordance with
5117.9004-2(h).

ADJUSTMENTS TO CONTRACTOR’S COEFFICIENT FOR OPTION YEARS (JOB ORDER
CONTRACTS)

Pricing of option periods, to include consideration of any adjustments shall be performed by an economic
price adjustment for those periods, as follows:

An economic adjustment will be applied to the contract coefficient(s) addressing changes in the cost of labor,
equipment and material in the Unit Price Book (UPB) (this includes consideration of Davis Bacon issues). This
allows for economic increase or decrease of the prices in the UPB and serves to adjust line item prices by the
percentage increase or decrease of the economic trend in the construction market. The economic price adjustment
will be based on the Building Cost Index (BCI) found in the Market Trend pages of the Engineering News Record
(ENR). The economic adjustment is not applied to the cost items comprising the coefficient. No upward adjustment
shall apply to task orders awarded prior to the effective date of the adjustment, regardless of the date of
commencement of work hereunder.

The adjustment will be made in accordance with the following equation. The resulting revised coefficient(s) shall be
applied throughout the option year.

                                     N=C+I

                                     Where: N = New Coefficient

                                                                          C = Base Year Coefficient

                                                                          I = Change Factor (% increase or decrease
                                                                          from base to option year)

                                     The Index Factor, I, shall be computed according to the following equation:

                                                                   I = (BCIN/BCIC) - 1

Where:

BCIN is the Building Cost Index, published in the most current issue of ENR at the time of award of the option
period.

BCIC is the Building Cost Index, as published in the ENR on the date of the award of the contract. The BCIC is
______, based on the award date of __________.

If the BCI or the ENR ceases to be published, the parties shall agree on substitute indices
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EXAMPLE: For the base year of a contract the coefficient is 1.10. The cost to the government for a line item whose
cost is $100.00 is 1.10 x $100.00 = $110.00.

OPTION YEAR 1. For the first option year the coefficient will be adjusted as follows:

                                    I = (BCIN/BCIC) -1

                                    I = (3111.86/3071.10) – 1

                                    I = 1.0133 – 1

                                    I = 0.0133

The new coefficient would be calculated as follows:

                                    N=C+I

                                    N = 1.10 + 0.0133

                                    N = 1.1133

The above line item under the option period would be

1.1133 x $100.00 = $111.33.

OPTION YEAR 2. For the second option year, if the BCI is 3062.99, the coefficient will be adjusted as follows:

                                    I = (BCIN/BCIC) – 1

                                    I = (3062.99/3071.10) – 1

                                    I = 0.9974 – 1

                                    I = - 0.0026

The new coefficient will be calculated as follows:

                                    N = C+I

                                    N = 1.10 + (-0.0026)

                                    N 1.0974

The above line item under the second option period would be

1.0974 x $100.00 = $109.74.

Note 1. Round calculations for the Change Factor (I) to the nearest ten thousandth. [AFARS Revision #15, February
17, 2005]
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                                                            [End of clause.]




WAGE DETERMINATION
*Wage Determinations will be updated with each exercised Option Year.


General Decision Number: GA120219 01/20/2012 GA219

Superseded General Decision Number: GA20100291

State: Georgia

Construction Type: Building

County: Richmond County in Georgia.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include single family
homes or apartments up to and including 4 stories).

Modification Number Publication Date
     0         01/06/2012
     1         01/20/2012

CARP0283-003 10/01/2010
                                                      Rates        Fringes

CARPENTER (including formwork
and scaffold builder;
excluding drywall hanging)                               $ 20.80       8.87
MILLWRIGHT                                               $ 23.32       8.87
----------------------------------------------------------------
* ELEC1579-009 10/01/2011
                                                         Rates     Fringes

ELECTRICIAN                                              $ 22.13      10.85
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ENGI0474-012 07/01/2010
                                                          Rates    Fringes

Operating Engineers:
  Backhoe/Excavator,
  Bulldozer, Boom (15 tons
  and under), Compactor,
  Forklift (under 15 tons),
  Hoist (one drum), Loader,
  and Scraper                                         $ 21.47         11.60
  Boom (over 15 tons), Crane
  (over 10 tons), Drill,
  Forklift (15 tons and
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    over), and Hoist (two drum)                          $ 23.30      11.60
    Crane (over 120 tons)                                $ 24.30      11.60
    Crane (over 250 tons)                                $ 25.30      11.60
    Oiler                                                $ 19.13      11.60
----------------------------------------------------------------
 IRON0709-001 09/01/2010
                                                         Rates     Fringes

IRONWORKER, STRUCTURAL                                   $ 23.10      8.15
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0150-001 10/01/2011

                                                       Rates       Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters                                 $ 21.96      12.46
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SHEE0085-001 08/01/2011

                                                      Rates        Fringes

SHEET METAL WORKER, Includes
Installation of HVAC Duct
and Metal Roofs
   Buildings over 100,000
   square feet                                        $ 29.70         13.41
   Buildings up to 100,000
   square feet                                        $ 25.49         11.73

  FOOTNOTE: Work on swinging stages, boatswains chairs or
  scaffolds, booms, or scissors lifts over 50 ft. high: $1.25
  per hour additional.
----------------------------------------------------------------
  SUGA2008-203 08/21/2008
                                                         Rates   Fringes

BRICKLAYER                                            $ 11.65         0.17

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE
FINISHER                                              $ 13.06         1.71

DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER                                $ 15.22         0.00

DRYWALL HANGER                                        $ 16.00         0.00

IRONWORKER, REINFORCING                               $ 11.05         0.21

LABORER: Common or General                            $ 9.47         0.00

LABORER: Pipelayer                                    $ 13.06         3.56

OPERATOR: Grader/Blade                                $ 9.00         0.24

OPERATOR: Mechanic                                    $ 17.95         0.00
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OPERATOR: Roller                                        $ 10.88    0.00

PAINTER: Brush, Roller and
Spray, Excludes Drywall
Finishing/Taping                                        $ 13.43    0.00

ROOFER (Excluding Metal Roof)                           $ 10.00    0.00

TILE SETTER                                             $ 15.00    0.00

TRUCK DRIVER                                             $ 12.38   0.99
----------------------------------------------------------------

WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is incidental.

================================================================

Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within the scope of the classifications listed may be added after
award only as provided in the labor standards contract clauses (29CFR 5.5 (a) (1) (ii)).

----------------------------------------------------------------

The body of each wage determination lists the classification and wage rates that have been found to be prevailing for
the cited type(s) of construction in the area covered by the wage determination. The classifications are listed in
alphabetical order of "identifiers" that indicate whether the particular rate is union or non-union.

Union Identifiers

An identifier enclosed in dotted lines beginning with characters other than "SU" denotes that the union classification
and rate have found to be prevailing for that classification. Example: PLUM0198-005 07/01/2011. The first four
letters , PLUM, indicate the international union and the four-digit number, 0198, that follows indicates the local
union number or district council number where applicable , i.e., Plumbers Local 0198. The next number, 005 in the
example, is an internal number used in processing the wage determination. The date, 07/01/2011, following these
characters is the effective date of the most current negotiated rate/collective bargaining agreement which would be
July 1, 2011 in the above example.

Union prevailing wage rates will be updated to reflect any changes in the collective bargaining agreements governing
the rate.

Non-Union Identifiers

Classifications listed under an "SU" identifier were derived from survey data by computing average rates and are not
union rates; however, the data used in computing these rates may include both union and non-union data. Example:
SULA2004-007 5/13/2010. SU indicates the rates are not union rates, LA indicates the State of Louisiana; 2004 is
the year of the survey; and 007 is an internal number used in producing the wage determination. A 1993 or later
date, 5/13/2010, indicates the classifications and rates under that identifier were issued as a General Wage
Determination on that date.

Survey wage rates will remain in effect and will not change until a new survey is conducted.

----------------------------------------------------------------

              WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS
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1.) Has there been an initial decision in the matter? This can be:

* an existing published wage determination
* a survey underlying a wage determination
* a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on
  a wage determination matter
* a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling

On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests for summaries of surveys, should be with the Wage and
Hour Regional Office for the area in which the survey was conducted because those Regional Offices have
responsibility for the Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial contact is not satisfactory, then
the process described in 2.) and 3.) should be followed.

With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal process described here, initial contact should be with the
Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write to:

       Branch of Construction Wage Determinations
       Wage and Hour Division
       U.S. Department of Labor
       200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
       Washington, DC 20210

2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an interested party (those affected by the action) can request
review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour Administrator (See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7).
Write to:

       Wage and Hour Administrator
       U.S. Department of Labor
       200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
       Washington, DC 20210

The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the interested party's position and by any information
(wage payment data, project description, area practice material, etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the
issue.

3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an interested party may appeal directly to the Administrative
Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board). Write to:

       Administrative Review Board
       U.S. Department of Labor
       200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
       Washington, DC 20210

4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final.

================================================================

      END OF GENERAL DECISION



General Decision Number: GA120184 03/23/2012 GA184

Superseded General Decision Number: GA20100256
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State: Georgia

Construction Type: Building

County: Columbia County in Georgia.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include single family

homes or apartments up to and including 4 stories).

Modification Number     Publication Date

      0          01/06/2012

      1          01/20/2012

      2          03/23/2012



* ASBE0092-001 01/01/2012

                                                      Rates     Fringes

ASBESTOS WORKER/HEAT & FROST

INSULATOR                                             $ 23.98      10.22

CARP0283-002 10/01/2010

                                                      Rates     Fringes

CARPENTER (Scaffold Builder)                          $ 20.80      8.87

MILLWRIGHT                                            $ 23.32      8.87

ELEC1579-011 10/01/2011

                                                      Rates     Fringes

ELECTRICIAN (including low

voltage wiring for and installation of temperature

controls for HVAC Systems)                            $ 22.13      10.85

ENGI0474-012 07/01/2010

                                                      Rates     Fringes

Operating Engineers:

   Backhoe/Excavator, Bulldozer, Boom (15 tons

   and under), Compactor, Forklift (under 15 tons),

   Hoist (one drum), Loader,
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   and Scraper                                          $ 21.47      11.60

   Boom (over 15 tons), Crane

   (over 10 tons), Drill, Forklift (15 tons and

   over), and Hoist (two drum)                          $ 23.30      11.60

   Crane (over 120 tons)                                $ 24.30      11.60

   Crane (over 250 tons)                                $ 25.30      11.60

   Oiler                                                $ 19.13      11.60

IRON0709-001 09/01/2010

                                                        Rates     Fringes

IRONWORKER, STRUCTURAL                                  $ 23.10      8.15

PLUM0150-001 10/01/2011

                                                        Rates     Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters                                $ 21.96      12.46

* SHEE0085-001 08/01/2011

                                                        Rates     Fringes

SHEET METAL WORKER, Includes

HVAC Duct and Metal Roof Installation

   Buildings over 100,000

   square feet                                          $ 29.70      13.41

   Buildings up to 100,000

   square feet                                          $ 25.49      11.73

 FOOTNOTE: Work on swinging stages, boatswains chairs or

 scaffolds, booms, or scissors lifts over 50 ft. high: $1.25

 per hour additional.

* SUGA2008-168 08/21/2008

                                                         Rates     Fringes

BRICKLAYER                                              $ 11.65      0.17

CARPENTER, Includes Dywall

Hanging and Form Work
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(Excludes Scaffold Building)                           $ 13.40          1.54

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER                         $ 13.06          1.71

DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER                                 $ 15.22          0.00

IRONWORKER, REINFORCING                                $ 11.05          0.21

LABORER: Common or General                             $ 7.25          0.01

LABORER: Pipelayer                                     $ 13.06          3.56

OPERATOR: Grader/Blade                                 $ 9.00          0.24

OPERATOR: Mechanic                                     $ 17.95          0.00

OPERATOR: Roller                                       $ 10.88          0.00

PAINTER: Brush, Roller and

Spray (Excludes Drywall

Finishing/Taping)                            $ 13.43            0.00

ROOFER, Excludes Installation

of Metal Roofs                                         $ 10.00          0.00

TILE SETTER                                            $ 15.00          0.00

TRUCK DRIVER                                           $ 12.38          0.99

WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is incidental.

Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within the scope of the classifications listed may be added after
award only as provided in the labor standards contract clauses (29CFR 5.5 (a) (1) (ii)).

The body of each wage determination lists the classification and wage rates that have been found to be prevailing for
the cited type(s) of construction in the area covered by the wage determination. The classifications are listed in
alphabetical order of "identifiers" that indicate whether the particular rate is union or non-union.



Union Identifiers

An identifier enclosed in dotted lines beginning with characters other than "SU" denotes that the union classification
and rate have found to be prevailing for that classification. Example: PLUM0198-005 07/01/2011. The first four
letters , PLUM, indicate the international union and the four-digit number, 0198, that follows indicates the local
union number or district council number where applicable , i.e., Plumbers Local 0198. The next number, 005 in the
example, is an internal number used in processing the wage determination. The date, 07/01/2011, following these
characters is the effective date of the most current negotiated rate/collective bargaining agreement which would be
July 1, 2011 in the above example.

Union prevailing wage rates will be updated to reflect any changes in the collective bargaining agreements governing
the rate.
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Non-Union Identifiers

Classifications listed under an "SU" identifier were derived from survey data by computing average rates and are not
union rates; however, the data used in computing these rates may include both union and non-union data. Example:
SULA2004-007 5/13/2010. SU indicates the rates are not union rates, LA indicates the State of Louisiana; 2004 is
the year of the survey; and 007 is an internal number used in producing the wage determination. A 1993 or later
date, 5/13/2010, indicates the classifications and rates under that identifier were issued as a General Wage
Determination on that date.

Survey wage rates will remain in effect and will not change until a new survey is conducted.



            WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS

1.) Has there been an initial decision in the matter? This can

be:

* an existing published wage determination

* a survey underlying a wage determination

* a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on

 a wage determination matter

* a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling



On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests for summaries of surveys, should be with the Wage and
Hour Regional Office for the area in which the survey was conducted because those Regional Offices have
responsibility for the Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial contact is not satisfactory, then
the process described in 2.) and 3.) should be followed.



With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal process described here, initial contact should be with the
Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write to:

       Branch of Construction Wage Determinations

       Wage and Hour Division

       U.S. Department of Labor

       200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

       Washington, DC 20210



2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an interested party (those affected by the action) can request
review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour Administrator (See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7). Write
to:
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       Wage and Hour Administrator

       U.S. Department of Labor

       200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

       Washington, DC 20210



The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the interested party's position and by any information
(wage payment data, project description, area practice material, etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the
issue.



3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an interested party may appeal directly to the Administrative

Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board). Write to:



       Administrative Review Board

       U.S. Department of Labor

       200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.

       Washington, DC 20210



4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final.




ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS

         1.01 GENERAL:

         General Scope: This Section provides the requirements necessary to ensure that all construction projects
         are in environmental compliance. Environmental Management, Environmental Division, Directorate of
         Public Works, is the organization responsible for management of base environmental concerns. Contact
         program managers in Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works at (706) 791-6237. Major
         environmental program areas which may be affected include solid and hazardous wastes, water quality, air
         quality, natural resources, storage tanks, cultural resources, pollution prevention, hazardous materials, and
         petroleum, oil, and lubricants.

         Contractor Responsibility: Comply with all applicable Federal, State of Georgia, any laws and regulations
         from other states where disposal might occur, and local laws and regulations concerning environmental
         compliance and pollution prevention. Ensure all products produced or generated under contract shall meet
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all stated performance objectives and shall not violate in any manner the Environmental Requirements of
any applicable local, state, or federal entity including the Department of Defense (DoD).

Sustainability Management System (SMS):

The Contractor shall perform work consistent with the relevant policy and objectives identified in
Installation’s Sustainability Management System (SMS). The Contractor shall perform work in a manner
that conforms to all appropriate Environmental Management Programs and Operational Controls identified
by Installation’s SMS, including pollution prevention, waste reduction, energy use, and natural resource
protection. The Contractor shall provide monitoring and measurement information as necessary for the
organization to address environmental performance relative to the environmental, energy, and transportation
management goals. In addition, the Contractor shall advise their employees of their roles and
responsibilities identified by the SMS and how these requirements affect their work performed under this
contract.

In the event of any environmental nonconformance or noncompliance associated with the contracted
services, the contractor shall take corrective and/or preventative actions. In the event of any noncompliance
with any federal, state, or local environmental law, regulation or requirement, the Contractor shall
immediately respond by taking all appropriate corrective action and notifying the Contracting Officer’s
Representative (COR) and the SMS Manager. For any nonconformance with the SMS, the Contractor shall
take corrective action and initiate further preventative action, as required by the SMS Manager.

All on-site contractor personnel shall complete necessary safety and environmental training specified for the
type of work conducted on-site. Upon contract award, the COR will notify the SMS Manager to arrange
SMS training for appropriate staff.

Additionally, when ordering supplies for use on Installation, all contractor personnel must favor energy-
efficient, recycled or reclaimed material whenever practicable.

The responsibilities of all contractor personnel include, but are not limited to:

(1) Recycling all eligible material, including glass, paper (including magazines), plastic, aluminum, and
cardboard to the maximum extent practicable;

(2) Reducing the amount of hazardous material and/or solvent used by purchasing fewer hazardous
materials and by increasing the use of products with recycled content;

(3) Reducing the amount of solid waste from construction and demolition debris, and scrap metal sent to
municipal and rubble landfills by reducing, reusing, and recycling; and

(4) Conserving energy and water usage by turning off lights and equipment when not in use and using only
the necessary amount of water needed to complete the required tasks. Continuous conservation of our
natural resources is a must.

Sustainability Management Systems (SMS) Awareness Training: All contractor personnel working on Fort
Gordon who perform activities on the installation are required to complete Army-provided initial SMS
Awareness Training. It is the responsibility of the Prime Contractor to ensure that all sub-contractors,
vendors, and employees complete this training prior to beginning work on Fort Gordon. Failure to provide
documentation of SMS Training may result in termination of the contract.

SMS training is provided by Environmental Management, Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works, at (706)791-6237. Contractors have three options to satisfy the mandatory SMS Awareness
Training requirement. Contractors that do not have a CAC must exercise Options 2 or 3.
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Option 1 (Preferred Option): An online version of Fort Gordon SMS Awareness Training is available at the
following website: http://www.gordon.army.mil/dpw/ENV/emssms.htmx. This option is only available to
contractors who have a Common Access Card and takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Option 2: Contractor requests a copy of the Gordon SMS Awareness Training Power Point Presentation
from Environmental Management. The request should be sent to the Environment Management Workflow
Box at the following email address, stephanie.hadley@us.army.mil. Once the presentation is received, the
contractor is responsible for ensuring that all his/her employees view the training.
Option 3: If a company is ISO 14000 certified, the contractor does not have to complete Fort Gordon EMS
Awareness Training; however, the contractor must submit documentation to the Contracting Officer (CO)
stating ISO 14000 Certification. All contractor personnel must complete EMS awareness training by one of
the three options prior to beginning work on Fort Gordon.
Green Procurement Program (GPP): GPP is a mandatory federal acquisition program that focuses on the
purchase and use of environmentally preferable and biobased products and services. Biobased products are
composed in whole or in part of biological products and are safer for the environment. GPP requirements
apply to all acquisitions including services and new requirements. FAR 23.404(b) applies and states that
GPP requires 100% of EPA designated product purchases included in the Comprehensive Procurement
Guidelines (CPG) list containing recovered materials, unless the item cannot be acquired competitively
within a reasonable timeframe, meet appropriate performance standards, or at a reasonable price.
Any questions regarding SMS may be directed to the Installation SMS Manager or Contracting Officer’s
Representative.

Base Environmental personnel (Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works) will conduct no-
notice inspections to ensure compliance with all Environmental Requirements. Written documentation of
any findings from such an inspection will be forwarded to the CO by the inspector. The CO will follow-up
with the Contractor on all findings of non-compliance reported by the inspector. A finding of non-
compliance with any of the Environmental Requirements will result in the issuance of a work stoppage by
the CO until documentation of compliance is submitted and accepted by both, Environmental Management,
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works and the CO.



2.01 SUBMITTALS:

Required submittals will be be indentified on a Task Order level. They shall be identified by the PM and
listed within a submittal register.



3.01 DISPOSAL OF WASTE/EXCESS MATERIAL:

General: The Contractor shall take a proactive, responsible role in the management of non-hazardous solid
waste and require all subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers to participate in the effort. Non-hazardous
Solid Waste, as defined in CFR 261.2, dispositional for disposal shall be removed from the base in
accordance with all Federal, State of Georgia, and local codes and requirements. Every effort shall be made
to segregate individual waste streams and divert waste from any landfill by reusing or recycling materials.
Direct all non-hazardous solid waste inquiries to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works,
Solid Waste Program Manager.

Solid Waste Handling: All persons engaged in solid waste handling or operations of solid waste handling
facilities or disposal sites shall have a solid waste handling permit. The provisions of GA EPD regulations
concerning proper handling of solid waste and applicable prohibitions shall govern. All materials must be
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properly removed by the end of the project. Equipment/material to be removed from the project but not
turned in to the Government is the property of the contractor. Revenues or other savings obtained for
salvage or recycling may accrue to the Contractor according to the Statement of Work.

Solid Waste Disposal: Use one or more of the following methods to divert/dispose of non-hazardous solid
waste. All materials to be disposed of in other than a sanitary landfill must be kept segregated at the project
site from those materials, which are allowed only in a sanitary landfill.

 Reuse (diversion): First consideration of waste shall be given to salvage for reuse to be used in the original
form. Sale or donation of waste suitable for reuse shall be considered. Salvaged materials, other than those
specified in other sections to be salvaged and reinstalled, shall not be used in this project unless approved
by the CO. Materials defined as “recovered materials” are excluded from regulation as solid wastes.
Recycling (diversion): Recycling of materials is strongly encouraged. Waste materials not suitable for
reuse but have value as being recyclable, shall be recycled whenever economically feasible. Materials
destined for recycling must meet the definition of non-hazardous wastes under federal/state solid waste
regulations. Materials defined as “recovered materials” are excluded from regulation as solid wastes.
Certain recyclable materials shall be included in the Base Qualified Recycling Program (QRP). Contact
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works QRP Manager for collection of scrap wire and metal
and cardboard.

Sanitary Landfill (disposal): All solid waste may be disposed of in a sanitary landfill properly licensed by
the State of Georgia. Provide proof that any Georgia municipal solid waste disposal facility receiving Fort
Gordon waste is operated by someone who has obtained the certification required by the Georgia Solid
Waste Management Act, O.C.G.A. 12-8-24.1. If a landfill other than Richmond County Landfill is used,
provide a copy of the landfill license.
Solid Waste Collection Permit By Rule (Roll Off Dumpsters): All solid waste collected at work sites in roll
off dumpsters are required to be collected and transported by a permitted operator permitted by the state of
Georgia Solid Waste Management Program Permit-by-Rule for collection. All dumpsters will be registered
with the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Stormwater Industrial Program Manager. A
copy of the permit by rule permit will be provided showing permitted status.
All non-hazardous wastes disposed of in the Richmond County Landfill may require a Waste Shipment
Tracking Document signed by the Contractor’s hauler certifying that no hazardous waste was introduced
into the waste while in his custody. The contractor must provide a Waste Shipment Tracking Document
with each disposal load when required by Richmond County. If required, the contractor may need to collect
a representative sample of building demolition material to be tested. The results of the test are to be
provided on the Special Waste Acceptance Application (SWAA) form and submitted to Environmental
Division, Directorate of Public Works for approval for acceptance by the Richmond County Landfill
Engineer and the issuance of a Special Waste Profile Number, which must be used on the Waste Shipment
Tracking Document. Attached at the end of this document are copies of both, the Waste Shipment Tracking
Document and SWAA. Allow a minimum of 2 working days for Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works to process the SWAA form to obtain the profile number.
Note to Designer: Common concerns for demolition waste include lead based paint and asbestos. If the
presence of lead based paint, asbestos, or other hazardous materials are suspected, permission for landfill
disposal is required via the SWAA process. DURING THE DESIGN, an analysis of the suspected material
shall be performed by a certified lab approved by the State. If the Toxic Characteristic Leaching Procedure
(TCLP) results for lead are greater than 5 mg/L, the waste shall be disposed of as hazardous waste in a
Subtitle C permitted facility--not a Subtitle D permitted facility such as the Richmond County Landfill. If
the lab analysis for asbestos is positive, the waste must be dispositioned through the SWAA process. The
completed form (top & middle portion) along with a copy of the lab analysis should be forwarded to
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Solid Waste Program Manager for approval. Submit
the samples through Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works to the appropriate certified
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laboratory for testing and complete the SWAA. Attach a copy of the signed lab analysis and submit the
SWAA to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works for signature. Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works will fax the completed form to the County’s landfill consultant for disposal
approval and issuance of Special Waste Profile Number. Once it is approved, attach a copy to the
specifications during advertisement. Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works will also
complete the top part of the Waste Shipment Tracking Document with the Profile Number issued at the
same time. Include this form in the contract documents as well. Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works will be the signing authority as the generator on the SWAA form.


Inert Waste Landfill (disposal): Materials not likely to cause production of leachate of environmental
concern may be disposed of in an inert waste landfill. Only earth and earth-like products, concrete, cured
asphalt concrete, rock, bricks, yard trimmings, and land clearing debris such as stumps, limbs, and leaves
are acceptable for disposal in an inert waste landfill. Provide a copy of the written notice of commencement
of operation by the landfill as given to the GA EPD and provide a copy of the landfill license or permit by
rule letter issued by the GA EPD. Include the weights of material disposed of in this type of landfill in the
monthly waste management report.
Construction/Demolition Disposal Site (disposal): Only wood, metal, wallboard, paper, cardboard, as well
as materials that can go in an inert waste landfill may be disposed of in this facility. Provide a copy of the
landfill license.
Solid Waste Disposal Outside of Georgia: No solid waste can be disposed of outside the state of Georgia
without prior written approval of the CO. If the contractor desires this, he shall provide sufficient
information as determined by the contracting officer to allow verification of compliance with the law.
Reporting of Disposal and Recycling: Fort Gordon is required to report to Installation Management
Command (IMCOM) the amount (weight) of solid waste and construction and demolition (C&D) debris
which is dispositioned for reuse, recycle, or disposal. Weights shall be cumulative from the start of the
project so that the final report shall reflect the total amount of material disposed or recycled. A copy of the
report shall be turned in to the contract administrator by the 5th of the following month and prior to final
payment and immediately forwarded to:

Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works
Attn: Solid Waste Program Manager
Bldg 14600, 15th Street
Fort Gordon, GA 30905


Each month, the Contractor shall record the amounts of reused, recycled, and disposed materials on the
 Waste Management Report. The report should reflect the method of disposal for the material generated
 from the project. Weights of material disposed of in a sanitary or C&D landfill shall be based on the
 weight tickets. Material disposed of in other types of landfills, which do not have weight scales, may be
 estimated. The weight of materials reused and or recycled may be estimated. Use a good faith effort to
 obtain the most accurate estimate possible.

Building Demolition: The Contractor must provide 10 working day notification to GA EPD prior to the
start of demolition activity in accordance with Georgia Solid Waste Regulations. This also applies to the
renovation of a building, defined as the removal of a load-bearing wall. To start the process, coordinate
with Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Hazardous Program Manager for guidance and
assistance.

Submittals, Notifications, and Approvals: The following submittals, notifications, and approvals are
required to maintain compliance:
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Solid Waste Disposal Plan: the Contractor shall provide a solid waste disposal plan stating how all
materials leaving Fort Gordon shall be disposed of and recycled no later than15 days after notice to proceed
and not less than 10 days before the preconstruction meeting.

The plan shall address the disposal of all solid waste. The plan shall designate an employee who shall be
responsible for verifying that all materials removed from Fort Gordon are disposed of in accordance with
the above referenced laws. Non-hazardous solid waste shall be broken down into individual types, i.e.,
asphalt, concrete, wood, brick, etc. to facilitate recycling of recovered materials.

Provide five copies of the Disposal Plan to the CO 10 days prior to the Pre-construction Conference or 15
calendar days prior to the start of disposal operations if no pre-construction conference is held.

Identify each landfill and recycler to be used. A copy of all landfill permits shall be provided unless the
Richmond County landfill is used.

Provide a copy of a Solid Waste Handling Permit, issued by GA EPD, which allows the Contractor to
handle solid wastes. This is not required if the contractor is operating under the inert waste landfill permit-
by-rule provision. However, a copy of the EPD permit-by-rule letter is required for the inert waste landfill
being used.

Establish and maintain a Daily Waste Disposal and Recycling Log. Each load of materials that leaves Fort
Gordon shall be accounted for in the log. The log shall list the load number, bill of sale number/date or
other record for recycling, as well as the name of the contract employee who verified that the material was
disposed of properly, along with details as to how verification was accomplished.

Keep evidence of proper disposal and recycling of construction debris per waste management report as well
as provide this evidence to the CO. Examples of evidence include dump tickets from a licensed sanitary
landfill, copies of current landfill permits from the State of Georgia (unless Richmond County landfill is
used), manifest, bill of sale, or other record for recycling. The evidence shall be provided the workday after
the load is carried off.

After contract work is completed and prior to final payment, the Contractor shall submit a notarized letter of
certification signed by a senior official of the company certifying that all materials disposed, recycled, and
removed from Fort Gordon have been dis-positioned in compliance with Federal, State of Georgia, and
local laws, and Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works has received all monthly waste
tracking reports. Attach a copy or duplicate of the Waste Shipment Tracking Document for each load
transported for disposal and recycling.

Recycling: Provide a letter indicating what materials shall be treated as recovered materials under GA EPD
regulations and show how the criteria for recovered materials are met. Please note that for C&D Waste a
minimum of 75 percent by weight of total project solid waste shall be diverted from the landfill.

Building Demolition: Submit copies of GA EPD demolition notification to CO 15 days prior to starting
work with a copy of the payment of fees paid to the state if applicable.

3.02 SPECIAL WASTES OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS:

General: The Contractor must comply with all applicable federal, state, and local requirements concerning
use of hazardous materials and hazardous waste. If there should be a conflict between environmental
regulation/ordinances/statues and the contract’s specifications, the contractor shall, in writing, contact the
CO for a written determination. Disposal of all non-hazardous Special Wastes, such as asbestos, requires
submittal of a SWAA to obtain a Profile Number for use on the Waste Shipment Tracking Document.
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Hazardous Waste: Hazardous Waste is defined as waste meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 261.3.
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Hazardous Waste Program Manager makes all
hazardous waste determinations for waste generated on Fort Gordon. The Contractor must provide all data
necessary to determine the regulatory status of waste to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works. The Contractor must ensure personnel have completed hazardous waste operations training. All
hazardous wastes generated on Fort Gordon must be disposed of through Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works at the HMCP. Direct all inquiries to the Environmental Division, Directorate
of Public Works, Hazardous Waste Program Manager.

Light fixture components: High-intensity discharge (HID) and fluorescent lamps and tubes containing
mercury must be recycled as hazardous waste. Low- and high-pressure sodium lamps are excluded as
hazardous waste.

Batteries used in emergency and exit lights that contain lead must be recycled as hazardous waste.

Disposal Procedures for HID and Fluorescent Lamps/Tubes and Lead-Acid Batteries:

Gather the lamps/tubes and batteries into containers suitable for shipping per Department of Transportation
(DOT) guidelines. The lamps/tubes can be placed in the original boxes the new tubes came in or in boxes
designed to prevent breakage.


Take care not to break any lamps/tubes. If any are broken, they must be treated as spilled hazardous
material.


Obtain labels and containers from HMCP. Place the provided labels on the boxes, properly filled out and
deliver to HMCP. Payment for disposal will be made through your Department of Defense Activity
Address Code (DODAAC) account.


The DRMO contractor will dispose of the items, normally by recycling the lamps, tubes, and batteries.
Their contractor will mail a signed copy of the manifest to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works and CE after they are transported to the disposal site.

Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM):

Do not use any products containing asbestos.


All asbestos abatement work shall only be performed in the areas shown by the required specifications and
shall be in accordance with Georgia Rules for Asbestos.


Prior to the start of any demolition, renovation, or digging, determines if asbestos is in the area of
construction. If there is no known asbestos in the project area, proceed as normal. If the contractor
discovers any material he/she suspects to be asbestos, bring it to the CO’s attention immediately. Stop all
work in that area until directed to proceed.


Known Asbestos: If asbestos is in the area of construction, describe where it is located. There should not
be any work done in the area involving asbestos if it was not written in the contract. If any asbestos is
accidentally damaged, notify Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, 706-791-6237,
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Hazardous Program Manager immediately. After they inspect the damage, the contractor shall repair it and
remove debris in accordance with the following regulations, at no additional cost to the Government:


29 CFR 1910.1001
40 CFR 61.20 Subpart B
40 CFR 61.145
Army Regulation 200-1
Georgia Air Quality Rules, Section 391-3-1-02(9)(b)1


***Policy: Samples will be taken by the designer during design and routed through Environmental
Division, Directorate of Public Works for testing by a certified lab approved by the State to determine the
presence of asbestos and results copied to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works. Items that
must be sampled include floor tile and mastic, pipe insulation and insulation mastic. Other potential
asbestos items include some sprayed on coatings, roofing insulation, and siding.***



Lead Paint:

General: The contractor shall take precautions to protect his workers and Government employees from
exposure to lead dust hazards during C&D projects in accordance with 29 CFR 1926.62, OSHA Lead in
Construction Standard. All painted surfaces including painted surfaces covered by other materials such as
wall paper may contain varying levels of lead.


Major Abatement Requirements, Housing, Childcare**Designer-not for our normal O&M projects**: All
painted surfaces including painted surfaces covered by other materials such as wall paper may contain
varying levels of lead. The disposal of all debris containing lead paint shall be handled as a hazardous
waste until a determination has been made otherwise based on test results.


***Policy: Composite samples will be taken by the designer during design and routed through
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works for TCLP testing by a certified laboratory approved
by the State to determine the presence and level of lead in the debris and results copied to Environmental
Division, Directorate of Public Works. Follow guidelines on sampling to ensure the samples are
representative of the weight of debris anticipated.***
Maintenance, Repair, and Minor Construction Projects: All painted surfaces including painted surfaces
covered by other
 materials such as wall paper in this project contain varying levels of lead. The disposal of all debris
containing lead paint is to be treated for collection and disposal purposes as hazardous waste until a
determination has been made otherwise based on test results. For hazardous waste, the contractor shall
provide DOT approved drums and collect the waste in the drums. The drums shall be sealed, properly
labeled, and turned in to the government for disposal.
Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB): Do not use equipment or components containing PCB’s. This includes
ballasts and capacitors for fluorescent and HID lighting.

Disposal Procedures for Fluorescent lighting ballasts and HID lighting capacitors containing PCB’s:
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Fluorescent lighting ballasts and HID lighting capacitors must be managed and disposed of as toxic waste
unless the label states they do not contain polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB’s). Ballasts and capacitors with
no markings are assumed to contain PCB. Ballasts and capacitors marked as non-PCB are handled as
standard solid waste.


Gather HID capacitors and fluorescent ballasts into separate containers during construction and place them
into labeled, suitably sized DOT-approved containers per 49 CFR 173.202. (Typical sizes are 1, 5, 10, 30,
and 55 gallons) Labels and containers may be obtained from Hazardous Material Control Point,
Environmental Division, and Directorate of Public Works.


If any are broken, they must be treated as spilled hazardous material. Contact Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works at (706) 791-6237 for disposal instructions.


Dispose of sealed non-leaking capacitors through DRMO. Do not keep any of the full or partially full
containers at the construction site for more than 30 days. Provide DD Form 1348 obtained from Hazardous
Material Control Point prior to contacting DRMO for disposal.


DRMO will dispose of PCB containing materials by incineration. DRMO will mail a signed copy of the
manifest to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works after transportation to the disposal site. A
certificate of destruction should be received in the next month.


Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and Controlled Substances Restriction:

Unless the requiring activity has obtained prior Director of Public Works approval, contractors may not:


Provide any service or product with any specification, standard, drawing, or other document that requires
the use of a Class I ODS in the test, operation, or maintenance of any system, subsystem, item, component,
or process; or


Provide any specification, standard, drawing, or other document that establishes a test, operation, or
maintenance requirement that can only be met by use of a Class I ODS.


 For the purposes of Fort Gordon policy, the following products are Class I ODS:


Halons: 1011, 1202, 1211, 1301, and 2402;
Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs): CFC-11, CFC-12, CFC-13, CFC-111, CFC-112, CFC-113, CFC-114, CFC-
115, CFC-211, CFC-212, CFC-213, CFC-214, CFC-215, CFC-216, and CFC-217, and the blends R-500, R-
501, R-502, and R-502; and
Carbon Tetrachloride, Methyl Chloroform, and Methyl Bromide


NOTE: Materials that use one or more of these Class I ODSs as minor constituents do not meet the Air
 Force definition of a Class I ODS.
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Class II ODS usage requires prior approval through the Authorization Process.


Do not develop or modify any existing weapon or facility system scheduled to remain in the Army inventory
beyond 01 January 2020 in any manner that requires or adds requirements for Class II ODS in their
operations or maintenance.
For exceptions to this Class II ODS policy, the requiring activity must receive SAO approval, using the
same process as Class I ODS Contract approvals, or, for installation Real Property air conditioning and
refrigeration equipment, the requiring activity must obtain approval authority from the Director of Public
Works.

For the purposes of Army policy, the following products are Class II ODS:

Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs): HCFC-21, HCFC-22, HCFC-31, HCFC-121, HCFC-122, HCFC-123,
 HCFC-124, HCFC-131, HCFC-132, HCFC-133, HCFC-141b, HCFC-142b, HCFC-151, HCFC-221,
 HCFC-222, HCFC-223, HCFC-224, HCFC-225ca, HCFC-225cb, HCFC-226, HCFC-231, HCFC-232,
 HCFC-233, HCFC-234, HCFC-235, HCFC-241, HCFC-242, HCFC-243, HCFC-244, HCFC-251, HCFC-
 252, HCFC-253, HCFC-261, HCFC-262, HCFC-271

The Contractor shall label products which contain or are manufactured with ozone depleting substances in
the manner and to the extent required by 42 U.S.C. 7671j(b), (c), and (d) and 40 CFR Part 82, Subpart E, as
follows:


Warning
Contains (or manufactured with, if applicable) *_______, a substance(s) which harm(s) public health and
environment by destroying ozone in the upper atmosphere.
* The Contractor shall insert the name of the substance(s).

The Contractor shall comply with the applicable requirements of Sections 608 and 609 of the Clean Air Act
(42 U.S.C. 7671g and 7671h) as each or both apply to this contract.


Submittals, Notifications, and Approvals: The following submittals, notifications, and approvals are
required to maintain compliance:

Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) Program: The Contractor must submit a written HAZCOM program
to the CO when hazardous materials or chemicals are to be used or demolished. This HAZCOM plan must
include the following information:

List of each work activity/process required to use/demolish hazardous materials/chemicals.
List of hazardous materials/chemicals used.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each hazardous material/chemical used.


Provide the CO with MSDS and the list of hazardous materials/chemicals prior to starting work. The same
procedure should be followed for additional hazardous material brought on base during the performance of
the contract. The CO will forward the list of hazardous materials and MSDS to the Hazardous Material
Cell, Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works.
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Written procedures for handling of any hazardous waste generated.


Hazardous Waste Listing: The Contractor must submit a list of expected hazardous waste along with
corresponding MSDSs to the CO. Examples of typical hazardous wastes include broken fluorescent bulbs;
fuels, oils, & lubricants; mercury from thermostats; empty or discarded aerosol cans; paint thinners; and
liquid paints.


Asbestos Work/Removal: The Contractor shall provide 15 working day notification to the CO and
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Hazardous Program Manager and 10 working day
notification to GA EPD prior to the start of any work involving asbestos. Copies of all notifications, GA
EPD approval, and landfill disposal receipts must be provided to the CO and Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works, Hazardous Program Manager.

Lead Based Paint: For maintenance, repair, and minor construction projects. Provide a written compliance
program as required by OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.62 to the CO and the Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works Hazardous Program Manager. Provide certification that contractor personnel
involved in removal and handling of lead based paint has received training in accordance with OSHA Lead
Standards. Provide results of air sample testing to demonstrate worker safety. For abatement projects only,
provide submittals.


Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and Controlled Substances Restriction:

The Contractor shall provide the name, address, telephone number, and technician certification of each
person who will service, repair, maintain and/or dispose of any equipment containing and/or using a
refrigerant (Class I ODS, Class II ODS, or non-ozone depleting substance) to Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works.

The Contractor shall provide a list of appliances located on base that have a capacity of 50 pounds or more
of a Class I or Class II refrigerant to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works. Include the
following information for each appliance:


The type of appliance, i.e., commercial refrigeration (CR) appliance, industrial process refrigeration (IPR)
appliance, comfort cooling appliance, or other type of refrigeration appliance;
The location of each appliance;
The manufacturer, serial number, or other method of identification;
The amount of the full charge of refrigerant, the type of refrigerant used, and the date full charge was
determined.


For maintenance, service, repair, and/or disposal of base appliances containing 50 pounds or more of a
Class I or Class II refrigerant, provide records, work logs, service tickets, invoices, and supporting
documentation to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works. The documentation required
should contain the following:
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The date and type of service performed, i.e., repair, maintenance and/or disposal;
The date any leak was discovered;
A complete, detailed description of any service performed;
The amount of refrigerant added at the completion of each service performed;
Dates and results of the initial and follow-up verification tests; and the name of the technician who
performed the work.

For any equipment used to recover or recycle refrigerants on base, provide the following information to
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works:


A copy of any invoice or other record documenting the purchase or rental of such equipment, including the
type of equipment, the manufacturer’s name, the equipment model number, year manufactured, and any
associated serial number; and
A copy of the equipment certification sent to EPA.

For any purchases or acquisitions of refrigerant used for any service on base, provide copies of records,
including, but not limited to, receipts, invoices, purchase orders, or bills of lading to Environmental
Division, Directorate of Public Works. The information should include the name, address and telephone
number of each person, agent, or business entity from whom the facility purchased refrigerant.


Department of Defense Activity Address Code (DODAAC) Account: After the Preconstruction
Conference, the Contractor must obtain a DODAAC account number to work directly with and pay DRMO
for disposals.
After contract award, work with the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, POC to discuss
how to obtain a DODAAC form and container labels. The Contracting Official Technical Representative
(COTR) must submit the DODAAC form to the Army POC. The Transportation Accounting Code, Billing
Address, and Point of Contact (POC) must be listed on the DODAAC form prior to submitting.
Wait until the DODAAC account number is received to begin gathering regulated waste items and then do
the entire gathering at one time to avoid long-term storage issues.


3.03 AIR QUALITY:

A. The contractor will perform value engineering for each project requiring specification or installation of
equipment for control of regulated air pollutants. These analyses will ensure that the proposed control
technology meets air quality compliance requirements. New sources require utilization of Maximum
Achievable Control Technology to reduce emissions of hazardous air pollutants.

B. Open Burning: Open burning operations are prohibited on base and shall not be used. Open burning is
any outdoor fire which emits products of combustion directly into the open air without passing through a
stack, chimney, or duct.

C. Ozone depleting substances are restricted from use. Comply with paragraph 3.02.F. above.

D. Projects which will put generators into operation will require certification from the manufacturer of the
unit that all Federal Standards for the performance of Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion
Engines are met. This certification must be submitted and approved by the CO prior to ordering and
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delivery of the unit.

E. Submittals, Notifications, and Approvals: The following submittals, notifications, and approvals are
required to maintain compliance:

Air Permit – Emission Sources: According to GA EPD Rules for Air Quality Control, Chapter 391-3-1-.03,
any person prior to beginning the construction or modification of any facility which may result in air
pollution shall obtain a permit for the construction or modification of such facility. The contractor shall
submit the required data to complete the permit application form as early in the planning process as
possible. Since an approved permit to construct is mandatory prior to start of construction, the contractor
shall not install the equipment until the permit has been approved and Government approval of the
contractor's submittal has been obtained. Contractor shall anticipate nine months to one year from air
source data submittal for this to occur. Direct all inquiries to the Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works Air Program Manager.

3.04 DUST CONTROL:

General: The Contractor must maintain all excavations, embankments, stockpiles, haul roads, permanent
access roads, plant sites, waste areas, borrow areas, and all other work within or without the project
boundaries free from dust which could cause a hazard or nuisance to others. Dust is considered minute
solid particles caused to be suspended by natural forces or by mechanical processes such as, but not limited
to, crushing, grinding, milling, drilling, demolishing, shoveling, conveying, covering, bagging, mixing, and
sweeping.

Dust Control Measures: Perform dust control as the work proceeds and whenever a dust nuisance or hazard
occurs. Approved temporary methods of stabilization consisting of sprinkling, chemical treatment, light
bituminous treatment, or similar methods are permitted to control dust. To be approved, sprinkling must be
repeated at such intervals as to keep all parts of the disturbed area damp at all times. If sprinkling is used,
keep sufficient equipment on the job site at all times.

3.05 PESTICIDES (INSECTICIDES, FUNGICIDES, HERBICIDES, ETC.):

The Contractor shall comply with the Installation Pest Management Plan (IPMP) and use only EPA
approved pesticides, insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, approved and listed in the IPMP etc, and report
pounds of active ingredient used for each pesticide to the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works, Natural Resources Program Manager at the end of the project. The contractor shall contact
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, before using pesticides, herbicides, etc., in order to
ensure that the chemical they plan to use is on the list of products that have been approved for use on Fort
Gordon and to get approval to use prior to application.

The Contractor must possess a pest control operator’s license and hold a valid Applicator Certification and
a list of all chemicals to be used. Use only a pest control operator licensed in the State of Georgia to apply
these chemicals.

The Contractor must ensure proper delivery, storage, handling, and disposal of all chemicals.

Submittals, Notifications, and Approvals: The following submittals, notifications, and approvals are
required to maintain compliance:

The Contractor must submit a list of all pesticides to be used and amount (pounds) of active ingredients
used to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works.

Proof of License and Valid Applicator Certification: The contractor must submit a copy of the pest control
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operator’s license to the CO and Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works.

3.06 RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS:

A. Radioactive materials are not permitted on base without the prior approval of the CO in coordination
with Fort Gordon Garrison Safety Office. Common items to be aware of include equipment for roof
moisture testing, soil moisture/compaction testing, and radiographic testing of welds.

B. Dispose of radioactive waste in accordance with Rules for Radioactive Waste Disposal.

3.07 ABOVE AND UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (AST/UST):

The Contractor shall provide information to the CO so that Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works can submit notification to the GA EPD about the project. Allow at least 45 days after the NTP
before starting the removal process for tanks. The removal process must be completed within 90 days to
comply with GA EPD regulations. Direct all inquiries to the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works, Tanks Program Manager.

3.08 THREATENED AND ENDANGERED SPECIES AND WILDLIFE:

 The Contractor shall not harm wildlife of any kind. Most wildlife species found on base are protected by
law, including birds, bats, land turtles, game species, and non-venomous snakes. If the Contractor
encounters problems with wildlife, notify the CO. The CO shall contact the Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works, Natural Resources Program Manager to determine the best solution for each
problem. The CO will ensure that the Contractor’s actions do not injure rare species and/or their habitats.

3.09 WETLANDS:

 Wetlands delineation has not been completed on base and wetland boundaries are currently a cost of each
project. These areas shall not be disturbed and shall be protected. Comply with water and land protection
sections outlined in this Specification to prevent construction site sediments and runoff from entering
wetlands. Permitting for wetlands 404 actions are coordinated through the Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works.


3.10 GREEN PROCUREMENT PROGRAM (GPP):

Direct all inquiries to the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Solid Waste Program
Manager. The contractor must provide information needed by the installation to comply with EPCRA,
PPA, and E.O 13423.

Purchase environmentally preferable products and services, using EPA’s Guidance on the Acquisition of
Environmentally Preferable Products and Services
http://www.epa.gov/epp/pubs/guidance/guidancepage.htm

When purchasing commercially available, off-the-shelf energy-consuming products such as Standby Power
Devices, purchase products that use no more than one watt of standby power as defined and measured by
International Electrotechnical Commission, or otherwise meet FEMP specifications for low standby power
consumption. This applies when life-cycle cost-effective and practicable, and where the relevant product’s
utility and performance are not compromised as a result.

Preference is to be given in procurement and acquisition programs to the purchase of:

        Recycled content products designated in EPA’s Comprehensive Procurement Guidelines.
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        Energy Star® products identified by DOE and EPA, as well as FEMP-designated energy-efficient
         products, Water-efficient products, including those meeting EPA’s WaterSense standards.

        Energy from renewable sources.

        Biobased products designated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in the BioPreferred program.
         Environmentally preferable products and services, including EPEAT-registered electronic
         products. Alternative fuel vehicles and alternative fuels required by EPA Act.

        Products with low or no toxic or hazardous constituents, consistent with section VIII.A of these
         instructions.

        Non-ozone depleting substances, as identified in EPA’s Significant New Alternatives Program.


3.11 PRESERVING HISTORICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES:

General: When a building or archaeological site determined eligible for the National Register of Historic
Places is within a project area, the Contractor shall take adequate measures to prevent adverse impact to the
cultural resource. This may include the development of a mitigation plan, consultation with the Georgia
State Historic Preservation Office, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and 12 culturally
affiliated Native American tribes.

The Contractor shall provide Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works with all the project
information to prevent adverse impacts to the building or archaeological site. The Contractor shall contact
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Cultural Resources Program Manager at the
beginning of the project, one week before excavation starts and at least 2 hours before excavation resumes
during the construction period.

When cultural resources are inadvertently discovered during construction, project personnel are directed to
avoid the site of discovery and immediately contact the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works, Cultural Resources Program Manager. All work in the area of discovery must stop until it can be
investigated. Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works will send a qualified representative to
the site and the resource will need to be recorded and evaluated and the effects mitigated as necessary.

Archaeological Finds: All archaeological finds are the property of Fort Gordon, GA. Do not remove or
disturb finds without the CO's written authorization. Archaeological Finds are artifacts, ecofacts, or
modifications to the landscape that are associated with past human activity and are a minimum of 50 years
old.

3.12 PROTECTION OF LAND RESOURCES:

A. General: The Contractor shall not take any action that will adversely affect the existing Water Quality
Standards classification of any streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands, or reservoirs within or adjacent to the
project site or which would otherwise contribute to the pollution of these water resources. No fuel, oils,
bituminous, calcium chloride, acids, construction waste, or otherwise harmful materials shall be permitted
to enter these water resources. Land resources shall be preserved in their present condition or restored to a
condition that appears natural and does not detract from the appearance of the surrounding area. If
restoration is to be accomplished, the Contractor shall submit an appropriate restoration plan and receive
base approval from Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works on the proposed mitigation
procedures.
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B. Stormwater Management during Construction: All land disturbance shall be conducted in accordance
with the Georgia Erosion and Sediment Control Act. Additionally, the Contractor shall implement
procedures and practices to eliminate or minimize stormwater pollution during construction activities in
accordance with the Engineering Technical Letter 03-1: Stormwater Construction Standards. At a
minimum, the Contractor shall not allow any debris to get into the storm drainage system. Chemicals, fuels,
oils, lubricants, greases, or scrap metal stored on construction sites shall have containment and/or cover to
prevent stormwater contact. Also, no materials shall be discharged into a drain, ditch, or ground surface
that could result in pollution of stormwater runoff. Minimum control measures must be implemented to
prevent degradation of water quality downstream resulting from any construction activity. Activities such
as concrete truck washing, cleaning of painting equipment, equipment fueling, and general site
housekeeping will require implementation of specific best management practices (BMP) to prevent
stormwater contamination. For information on BMPs contact Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works or the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Water Quality Program
Manager.

 If the project will disturb one (1.0) acre or more of land surface, coverage under National Pollutant
Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit GAR100001, GAR100002, or GAR100003 shall
be obtained through the submission of a Notice of Intent (NOI) to the GA EPD district office. Additionally,
the Contractor shall submit an Erosion, Sedimentation, and Pollution Control (ESPC) Plan to
Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works for review and approval prior to submitting the NOI
to GA EPD. The ESPC Plan shall be developed using the Fort Gordon template and meet or exceed the
requirements of the respective applicable permit and the current edition of the Manual for Erosion and
Sediment Control in Georgia. Inquiries shall be directed to the Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works Water Quality Program Manager.

C. Post Construction Stormwater Management: The Contractor shall implement minimum control
measures for stormwater runoff from new development and redevelopment projects that includes the
creation or addition of 5,000 square feet or greater of new impervious surface area, or that involves land
disturbing area activity of 5,000 square feet of land or greater in accordance with the: (i) Georgia
Stormwater Management Manual (GSWMM); and (ii) Section 438 of the 2007 Energy Independence and
Security Act (EISA) as specified in the 2010 Department of Defense Memorandum. For each project
meeting the above criteria, the predevelopment hydrology must be maintained to the maximum extent
technically feasible. Documentation of compliance will consist of inclusion of a post construction
stormwater management plan and associated calculations to Environmental Management, Environmental
Division, Directorate of Public Works. The post construction stormwater management plan shall be
submitted through the established design review process and shall include calculations and information that
meets the requirements of the GSWMM and EISA. The EISA criteria for temperature, rate, volume, and
duration of flow must be addressed.

 The Contractor shall use the following guidance when developing post construction stormwater
management systems: (i) Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 3-210-10, Low Impact Development Manual;
and (ii) US EPA 841-B-09-001: Technical Guidance on Implementing the Stormwater Runoff
Requirements for Federal Projects under Section 438 of the Energy Independence and Security Act.
Inquiries shall be directed to the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works Water Quality
Program Manager.

D. Prohibition of Illegal Discharges: The Contractor shall not discharge or cause to be discharged into the
municipal storm drain system or watercourses any materials, including but not limited to pollutants or
waters containing any pollutants that cause or contribute to a violation of applicable water quality standards,
other than stormwater.

The commencement, conduct, or continuance of any illegal discharge to the storm drain system is
prohibited except as described below:
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The following discharges are exempt from discharge prohibitions established by this requirement: water line
flushing or other potable water sources, landscape irrigation or lawn watering, diverted stream flows, rising
groundwater, groundwater infiltration to storm drains, uncontaminated pumped ground water, foundation or
footing drains (not including active groundwater dewatering systems), crawl space pumps, air conditioning
condensation, springs, non-commercial washing of vehicles, natural riparian habitat or wetland flows,
swimming pools (if dechlorinated - typically less than one part per million chlorine), fire fighting activities,
and any other water source not containing pollutants.

Discharges specified in writing by Environmental Management, Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works as being necessary to protect public health and safety.

Dye testing is an allowable discharge, but requires a written notification to and approval from
Environmental Management, Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works prior to the time of the
test.

The prohibition shall not apply to any non-stormwater discharge permitted under an NPDES permit, waiver,
or waste discharge order issued to the discharger and administered under the authority of the Federal
Environmental Protection Agency, provided that the discharger is in full compliance with all requirements
of the permit, waiver, or order and other applicable laws and regulations, and provided that written approval
has been granted for any discharge to the storm drain system.

E. Prohibition of Illicit Connections:

The construction, use, maintenance or continued existence of illicit connections to the storm drain system is
prohibited.

This prohibition expressly includes, without limitation, illicit connections made in the past, regardless of
whether the connection was permissible under law or practices applicable or prevailing at the time of
connection.

The Contractor is considered to be in violation of this requirement if the Contractor connects a line
conveying non-stormwater discharges to the stormwater conveyance system, or allows such a connection to
continue.

Spills: Prevent the spill of chemicals, fuels, oils, grease, bituminous materials, waste washings, herbicides,
cement drainage, or any other hazardous materials, including breaking fluorescent or HID lamps and tubes.
Immediately report all spills to the Base Fire Department, and emergency number 911. Ensure to report all
emergency information, including name, telephone number, location of spill, and type and amount of
material spilled. Notify the CO of the spill immediately following initial reporting to the Fire Department
and 911. Take containment action against any hazardous spills, which threaten storm drains and other
environmental areas. Ensure clean up of materials spilled.

The Contractor is responsible for the cleanup of material(s) spilled. No spill residue shall be transported off
Fort Gordon without specific approval from the CO. Spills involving large quantities and/or requiring
special protective clothing and/or breathing devices to facilitate clean up may require action by the Base
Spill Response Team. When the Base Spill Response Team is utilized, the Contractor shall provide
support, as appropriate, for containment and clean up of spills. If the spill exceeds reportable quantity
limits, coordinate notification to the National Response Center with Environmental Division, Directorate of
Public Works through the CO.

F. Tree Protection and New Landscaping:

1.       Trees marked for removal on approved plans and drawings shall have existing identification tags
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removed (if present) and forwarded to the CO. Except in areas marked on the plans to be cleared, do not
deface, injure, destroy, remove, or cut trees or shrubs without authority from the CO and Environmental
Division, Directorate of Public Works Natural Resources Program Manager. In cases where construction
necessitates the removal of a large number of trees, Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works
will need to first evaluate whether or not a logging contract is warranted (to be arranged by base forestry), it
is inappropriate to give away forest resources which have significant value.
2.        In general, trees shall be protected from either excavation or filling within the root zone closer than
the normal drip line of the tree. No ropes, cables, or guys shall be fastened to, or attached to any existing
trees for anchorage unless specifically authorized by the CO. The contractor shall not allow vehicles to be
routinely parked within the drip zone of trees which are designated for protection, nor will equipment be
staged under these trees. The Contractor shall in any event be responsible for any damage resulting from
such use.
Where, in the opinion of the CO, trees may possibly be defaced, bruised, injured, or otherwise damaged by
the Contractor's equipment, blasting, dumping, or other operations, the CO may direct the Contractor to
adequately protect such trees by placing boards, planks, plastic fence, or poles around them. When directed
by the CO, construct barriers to protect trees from earthwork operations. Rocks that are displaced into
uncleared areas shall be removed. Monuments, markers, and works of art shall be similarly protected
before beginning operations near them.


The Contractor shall submit all landscaping plans to the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works, Natural Resources Program Manager for review and approval before implementation. Plans shall
emphasize the use of native plant and tree species whenever possible, and shall include provisions for
conserving water use and minimizing the need for pesticide and herbicide use.


G. Restoration of Landscape Damage:

     Surface Drainage: Surface drainage from cuts and fills within the construction limits and from borrow
and waste disposal areas, shall be held in suitable sedimentation ponds or shall be graded to control erosion.
Temporary erosion and sediment control measures such as berms, dikes, drains, or sedimentation basins,
shall be provided and maintained until permanent drainage and erosion control measures are completed and
operating. The area of bare soil exposed by construction operations at any time shall be held to a minimum.
Stream crossings by fording with equipment shall be limited to control turbidity. Fills and waste areas shall
be constructed by select placement to eliminate adjacent streams.

Stabilization of permanent steep slopes shall be accomplished as soon as possible to establish vegetation.
Apply mulch (no more than 2-3 inches in depth) immediately after finished grading is completed, regardless
of season, and delay seeding and fertilizing until the season most favorable for germination.


H. Submittals, Notifications, and Approvals:

The following submittals, notifications, and approvals are required to maintain compliance:

1.       Permit for Stormwater Management during Construction: If the project will disturb one (1.0) acre
or more of land surface, coverage under NPDES General Permit GAR 100001, GAR 100002, or GAR
100003 shall be obtained through the submission of a NOI to the GA EPD district office and submission of
an ESPC Plan to the appropriate County LIA. All projects under 1 acre will be implemented and designed
to same requirements and maybe enforced by State and Federal Authorities with same provisions if project
affects waters of the state and US. Direct all inquiries to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works. Provide the following as a minimum in complying with all applicable local, state, and federal laws:
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The Contractor shall submit an ESPC Plan signed and stamped by a Georgia Professional Engineer,
Georgia Professional Land Surveyor or a CPESC with Level 2 Certification from the Georgia Soil and
Water Conservation Commission to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works for review and
approval prior to submitting the NOI to GA EPD. The ESPC Plan shall be developed to meet or exceed the
requirements of the respective applicable permit and the current edition of the Manual for Erosion and
Sediment Control in Georgia.

The Contractor shall submit a completed NOI to be covered by a NPDES Permit for stormwater discharge
associated with construction activity to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works for review and
approval prior to submitting the NOI to GA EPD. After Environmental Division, Directorate of Public
Works approval of the ESPC Plan, the Contractor shall submit the NOI form with the appropriate number
of plans and associated repots and checklists, depending on which county in Fort Gordon the project site is
located (i.e. Richmond, Columbia or McDuffie County) along with permit fees to both GA EPD and the
appropriate County LIA to Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works for submission to the
appropriate authority.


The Contractor is responsible for compliance with the NPDES Permit and shall perform all permit-required
tasks, including inspections, monitoring, and recordkeeping until such time as the Notice of Termination is
filed and accepted by the GA-EPD. The Contractor shall submit a Notice of Termination (NOT) reviewed
and approved by the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works to the GA EPD after final
stabilization is achieved and there is no discharge associated with construction activities. All records shall
be maintained for a period of three years from the date the NOT is submitted. The contractor will provide
the Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works with a copy of all required NPDES permit
documentation including but not limited to the daily, weekly, and monthly inspection reports, all turbidity
monitoring events, all rainfall logs, and the final Erosion Sedimentation and Pollution Control Plan
including all red line changes and updates.


2.        Plans for Post Construction Stormwater Management: A stormwater management plan (SWMP)
and calculations for sizing of all post construction BMPs shall be submitted to Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works for all new development or redevelopment with a project footprint greater than
5,000 ft2 (of impervious area or land disturbance). The design shall meet the minimum stormwater
management standards of the GSWMM and Section 438 of EISA. The SWMP shall be submitted as part of
the project design documents for the 30 percent design (i.e., conceptual design) submittal and the SWMP
with calculations shall be submitted as part of the project design documents for the 90 percent design
submittal (i.e. final draft).
3. Land disturbing Activities shall not commence until both the Post Construction SWMP is approved and
the Permit for Stormwater Management during Construction is issued by Environmental Division,
Directorate of Public Works.

3.13 BACKFLOW PREVENTION DEVICES (BPDs):

A. General: All BPDs must be installed in accordance with current Uniform Plumbing Code and Georgia
Safe Drinking Water Act. BPDs must be selected to address the level of hazard and installed in locations
that are readily accessible for inspection and maintenance. All BPDs must be installed by Georgia-certified
BPD technicians. Direct all inquiries to Engineering Privatization Coordinator, Operations and
Maintenance Division, Directorate of Public Works.

B. The Contractor shall coordinate with Government Project Manager to ensure Engineering has assigned
the level of hazard and identified the appropriate BPD for the application prior to purchase of BPDs.
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C. The Contractor shall coordinate the BPD installation location with the Government Project Manager to
ensure the installation location is accessible and meets space requirements for inspection and maintenance.

D. The Contractor shall provide an inspection/testing of the BPD(s) in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions for the particular device or using procedures recognized by the tester’s certifying agency. At a
minimum, all devices shall be tested after installation, cleaning, repair, or relocation.

E. Submittals, Notifications, and Approvals: The following submittals, notifications, and approvals are
required to maintain compliance:

1. The Contractor must coordinate location of BPDs with the Backflow Prevention Program Manager prior
to installation.

2. The Contractor must submit a copy of BPD Test Report to the Backflow Prevention Program Manager.
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Section I - Contract Clauses

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE


52.202-1             Definitions                                                    JAN 2012
52.203-3             Gratuities                                                     APR 1984
52.203-5             Covenant Against Contingent Fees                               APR 1984
52.203-6             Restrictions On Subcontractor Sales To The Government          SEP 2006
52.203-7             Anti-Kickback Procedures                                       OCT 2010
52.203-8             Cancellation, Rescission, and Recovery of Funds for Illegal or JAN 1997
                     Improper Activity
52.203-10            Price Or Fee Adjustment For Illegal Or Improper Activity       JAN 1997
52.203-11            Certification And Disclosure Regarding Payments To             SEP 2007
                     Influence Certain Federal Transactions
52.203-12            Limitation On Payments To Influence Certain Federal            OCT 2010
                     Transactions
52.203-13            Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct                 APR 2010
52.203-14            Display of Hotline Poster(s)                                   DEC 2007
52.204-4             Printed or Copied Double-Sided on Postconsumer Fiber           MAY 2011
                     Content Paper
52.204-7             Central Contractor Registration                                FEB 2012
52.204-9             Personal Identity Verification of Contractor Personnel         JAN 2011
52.204-10            Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier SubcontractFEB 2012
                     Awards
52.209-6             Protecting the Government's Interest When Subcontracting       DEC 2010
                     With Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or Proposed for
                     Debarment
52.209-9             Updates of Publicly Available Information Regarding            FEB 2012
                     Responsibility Matters
52.215-2             Audit and Records--Negotiation                                 OCT 2010
52.215-5             Facsimile Proposals                                            OCT 1997
52.215-8             Order of Precedence--Uniform Contract Format                   OCT 1997
52.217-5             Evaluation Of Options                                          JUL 1990
52.219-3             Notice of HUBZone Set-Aside or Sole Source Award               NOV 2011
52.219-8             Utilization of Small Business Concerns                         JAN 2011
52.219-14            Limitations On Subcontracting                                  NOV 2011
52.222-3             Convict Labor                                                  JUN 2003
52.222-4             Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act - Overtime JUL 2005
                     Compensation
52.222-6             Davis Bacon Act                                                JUL 2005
52.222-7             Withholding of Funds                                           FEB 1988
52.222-8             Payrolls and Basic Records                                     JUN 2010
52.222-9             Apprentices and Trainees                                       JUL 2005
52.222-10            Compliance with Copeland Act Requirements                      FEB 1988
52.222-11            Subcontracts (Labor Standards)                                 JUL 2005
52.222-12            Contract Termination-Debarment                                 FEB 1988
52.222-13            Compliance with Davis-Bacon and Related Act Regulations. FEB 1988
52.222-14            Disputes Concerning Labor Standards                            FEB 1988
52.222-15            Certification of Eligibility                                   FEB 1988
52.222-21            Prohibition Of Segregated Facilities                           FEB 1999
52.222-23            Notice of Requirement for Affirmative Action to Ensure         FEB 1999
                     Equal Employment Opportunity for Construction
52.222-26            Equal Opportunity                                              MAR 2007
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52.222-27   Affirmative Action Compliance Requirements for               FEB 1999
            Construction
52.222-30   Davis-Bacon Act--Price Adjustment (None or Separately        DEC 2001
            Specified Method)
52.222-35   Equal Opportunity for Veterans                               SEP 2010
52.222-36   Affirmative Action For Workers With Disabilities             OCT 2010
52.222-37   Employment Reports on Veterans                               SEP 2010
52.222-50   Combating Trafficking in Persons                             FEB 2009
52.222-54   Employment Eligibility Verification                          JAN 2009
52.223-3    Hazardous Material Identification And Material Safety Data   JAN 1997
52.223-6    Drug-Free Workplace                                          MAY 2001
52.223-9    Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for     MAY 2008
            EPA-Designated Items
52.223-11   Ozone-Depleting Substances                                   MAY 2001
52.223-12   Refrigeration Equipment and Air Conditioners                 MAY 1995
52.223-15   Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming Products               DEC 2007
52.223-18   Encouraging Contractor Policies To Ban Text Messaging        AUG 2011
            While Driving
52.225-13   Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases                    JUN 2008
52.227-1    Authorization and Consent                                    DEC 2007
52.227-2    Notice And Assistance Regarding Patent And Copyright         DEC 2007
            Infringement
52.227-4    Patent Indemnity-Construction Contracts                      DEC 2007
52.228-1    Bid Guarantee                                                SEP 1996
52.228-2    Additional Bond Security                                     OCT 1997
52.228-5    Insurance - Work On A Government Installation                JAN 1997
52.228-11   Pledges Of Assets                                            JAN 2012
52.228-12   Prospective Subcontractor Requests for Bonds                 OCT 1995
52.228-14    Irrevocable Letter of Credit                                DEC 1999
52.228-15   Performance and Payment Bonds--Construction                  OCT 2010
52.229-3    Federal, State And Local Taxes                               APR 2003
52.223-12   Refrigeration Equipment and Air Conditioners                 MAY 1995
52.232-5    Payments under Fixed-Price Construction Contracts            SEP 2002
52.232-16   Progress Payments                                            APR 2012
52.232-18   Availability Of Funds                                        APR 1984
52.232-27   Prompt Payment for Construction Contracts                    OCT 2008
52.232-33   Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contractor     OCT 2003
            Registration
52.233-1    Disputes                                                     JUL 2002
52.233-3    Protest After Award                                          AUG 1996
52.233-4    Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim                  OCT 2004
52.236-1    Performance of Work by the Contractor                        APR 1984
52.236-2    Differing Site Conditions                                    APR 1984
52.236-3    Site Investigation and Conditions Affecting the Work         APR 1984
52.236-5    Material and Workmanship                                     APR 1984
52.236-6    Superintendence by the Contractor                            APR 1984
52.236-7    Permits and Responsibilities                                 NOV 1991
52.236-8    Other Contracts                                              APR 1984
52.236-9    Protection of Existing Vegetation, Structures, Equipment,    APR 1984
            Utilities, and Improvements
52.236-10   Operations and Storage Areas                                 APR 1984
52.236-11   Use and Possession Prior to Completion                       APR 1984
52.236-12   Cleaning Up                                                  APR 1984
52.236-13   Accident Prevention                                          NOV 1991
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52.236-14          Availability and Use of Utility Services                    APR 1984
52.236-15          Schedules for Construction Contracts                        APR 1984
52.236-16          Quantity Surveys                                            APR 1984
52.236-17          Layout of Work                                              APR 1984
52.236-21          Specifications and Drawings for Construction                FEB 1997
52.236-26          Preconstruction Conference                                  FEB 1995
52.236-28          Preparation of Proposals--Construction                      OCT 1997
52.237-2           Protection Of Government Buildings, Equipment, And          APR 1984
                   Vegetation
52.242-13          Bankruptcy                                                  JUL 1995
52.243-4           Changes                                                     JUN 2007
52.244-5           Competition In Subcontracting                               DEC 1996
52.246-21          Warranty of Construction                                    MAR 1994
52.248-3           Value Engineering-Construction                              OCT 2010
52.249-2           Termination For Convenience Of The Government (Fixed-       APR 2012
                   Price)
52.249-2 Alt I     Termination for Convenience of the Government (Fixed-       SEP 1996
                   Price) (Apr 2012) - Alternate I
52.249-10          Default (Fixed-Price Construction)                          APR 1984
52.253-1           Computer Generated Forms                                    JAN 1991
252.201-7000       Contracting Officer's Representative                        DEC 1991
252.203-7000       Requirements Relating to Compensation of Former DoD         SEP 2011
                   Officials
252.203-7001       Prohibition On Persons Convicted of Fraud or Other Defense- DEC 2008
                   Contract-Related Felonies
252.203-7002       Requirement to Inform Employees of Whistleblower Rights JAN 2009
252.204-7003       Control Of Government Personnel Work Product                APR 1992
252.204-7004 Alt A Central Contractor Registration Alternate A                 SEP 2007
252.205-7000       Provision Of Information To Cooperative Agreement Holders DEC 1991
252.209-7001       Disclosure of Ownership or Control by the Government of a JAN 2009
                   Terrorist Country
252.209-7004       Subcontracting With Firms That Are Owned or Controlled By DEC 2006
                   The Government of a Terrorist Country
252.216-7006       Ordering                                                    MAY 2011
252.223-7001       Hazard Warning Labels                                       DEC 1991
252.223-7006       Prohibition On Storage And Disposal Of Toxic And            APR 2012
                   Hazardous Materials
252.225-7012       Preference For Certain Domestic Commodities                 JUN 2010
252.225-7031       Secondary Arab Boycott Of Israel                            JUN 2005
252.225-7033       Waiver of United Kingdom Levies                             APR 2003
252.232-7003       Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving MAR 2008
                   Reports
252.232-7010       Levies on Contract Payments                                 DEC 2006
252.236-7000       Modification Proposals-Price Breakdown                      DEC 1991
252.236-7001       Contract Drawings, and Specifications                       AUG 2000
252.239-7001       Information Assurance Contractor Training and Certification JAN 2008
252.243-7001       Pricing Of Contract Modifications                           DEC 1991
252.243-7002       Requests for Equitable Adjustment                           MAR 1998
252.247-7023       Transportation of Supplies by Sea                           MAY 2002




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52.203-2     CERTIFICATE OF INDEPENDENT PRICE DETERMINATION (APR 1985)

(a) The offeror certifies that --

(1) The prices in this offer have been arrived at independently, without, for the purpose of restricting competition,
any consultation, communication, or agreement with any other offeror or competitor relating to –

(i) Those prices,

(ii) The intention to submit an offer, or

(iii) The methods of factors used to calculate the prices offered:

(2) The prices in this offer have not been and will not be knowingly disclosed by the offeror, directly or indirectly, to
any other offeror or competitor before bid opening (in the case of a sealed bid solicitation) or contract award (in the
case of a negotiated solicitation) unless otherwise required by law; and

(3) No attempt has been made or will be made by the offeror to induce any other concern to submit or not to submit
an offer for the purpose of restricting competition.

(b) Each signature on the offer is considered to be a certification by the signatory that the signatory --

(1) Is the person in the offeror's organization responsible for determining the prices offered in this bid or proposal,
and that the signatory has not participated and will not participate in any action contrary to subparagraphs (a)(1)
through (a)(3) of this provision; or

(2) (i) Has been authorized, in writing, to act as agent for the following principals in certifying that those principals
have not participated, and will not participate in any action contrary to subparagraphs (a)(1) through (a)(3) of this
provison ______________________________________________________ (insert full name of person(s) in the
offeror's organization responsible for determining the prices offered in this bid or proposal, and the title of his or her
position in the offeror's organization);

(ii) As an authorized agent, does certify that the principals named in subdivision (b)(2)(i) above have not
participated, and will not participate, in any action contrary to subparagraphs (a)(1) through (a)(3) above; and

(iii) As an agent, has not personally participated, and will not participate, in any action contrary to subparagraphs
(a)(1) through (a)(3) of this provision.

(c) If the offeror deletes or modifies subparagraph (a)(2) of this provision, the offeror must furnish with its offer a
signed statement setting forth in detail the circumstances of the disclosure.

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52.216-18      ORDERING. (OCT 1995)

(a) Any supplies and services to be furnished under this contract shall be ordered by issuance of delivery orders or
task orders by the individuals or activities designated in the Schedule. Such orders may be issued from 1 November
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2012 through October 31 2017

(b) All delivery orders or task orders are subject to the terms and conditions of this contract. In the event of conflict
between a delivery order or task order and this contract, the contract shall control.

(c) If mailed, a delivery order or task order is considered "issued" when the Government deposits the order in the
mail. Orders may be issued orally, by facsimile, or by electronic commerce methods only if authorized in the
Schedule.

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52.216-19     ORDER LIMITATIONS. (OCT 1995)

(a) Minimum order. When the Government requires supplies or services covered by this contract in an amount of
less than $2,000 , the Government is not obligated to purchase, nor is the Contractor obligated to furnish, those
supplies or services under the contract.

(b) Maximum order. The Contractor is not obligated to honor:

(1) Any order for a single item in excess of $5,000,000;

(2) Any order for a combination of items in excess of $5,000,000; or

(3) A series of orders from the same ordering office within 7 days that together call for quantities exceeding the
limitation in subparagraph (1) or (2) above.

(c) If this is a requirements contract (i.e., includes the Requirements clause at subsection 52.216-21 of the Federal
Acquisition Regulation (FAR)), the Government is not required to order a part of any one requirement from the
Contractor if that requirement exceeds the maximum-order limitations in paragraph (b) above.

(d) Notwithstanding paragraphs (b) and (c) above, the Contractor shall honor any order exceeding the maximum
order limitations in paragraph (b), unless that order (or orders) is returned to the ordering office within 10 days after
issuance, with written notice stating the Contractor's intent not to ship the item (or items) called for and the reasons.
Upon receiving this notice, the Government may acquire the supplies or services from another source.

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52.216-22     INDEFINITE QUANTITY. (OCT 1995)

(a) This is an indefinite-quantity contract for the supplies or services specified, and effective for the period stated, in
the Schedule. The quantities of supplies and services specified in the Schedule are estimates only and are not
purchased by this contract.

(b) Delivery or performance shall be made only as authorized by orders issued in accordance with the Ordering
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clause. The Contractor shall furnish to the Government, when and if ordered, the supplies or services specified in
the Schedule up to and including the quantity designated in the Schedule as the "maximum". The Government shall
order at least the quantity of supplies or services designated in the Schedule as the "minimum".

(c) Except for any limitations on quantities in the Order Limitations clause or in the Schedule, there is no limit on the
number of orders that may be issued. The Government may issue orders requiring delivery to multiple destinations
or performance at multiple locations.

(d) Any order issued during the effective period of this contract and not completed within that period shall be
completed by the Contractor within the time specified in the order. The contract shall govern the Contractor's and
Government's rights and obligations with respect to that order to the same extent as if the order were completed
during the contract's effective period; provided, that the Contractor shall not be required to make any deliveries
under this contract after the expiration of all task orders under the contract.

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52.217-8    OPTION TO EXTEND SERVICES (NOV 1999)

The Government may require continued performance of any services within the limits and at the rates specified in the
contract. These rates may be adjusted only as a result of revisions to prevailing labor rates provided by the Secretary
of Labor. The option provision may be exercised more than once, but the total extension of performance hereunder
shall not exceed 6 months. The Contracting Officer may exercise the option by written notice to the Contractor
within 30 days.

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52.217-9    OPTION TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THE CONTRACT (MAR 2000)

(a) The Government may extend the term of this contract by written notice to the Contractor within 10; provided that
the Government gives the Contractor a preliminary written notice of its intent to extend at least 60 days before the
contract expires. The preliminary notice does not commit the Government to an extension.

(b) If the Government exercises this option, the extended contract shall be considered to include this option clause.

(c) The total duration of this contract, including the exercise of any options under this clause, shall not exceed 60
Months.
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52.219-1     SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM REPRESENTATIONS (APR 2012)
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(a)(1) The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 236220

(2) The small business size standard is $33,500,000

(3) The small business size standard for a concern which submits an offer in its own name, other than on a
construction or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product which it did not itself manufacture, is 500
employees.

(b) Representations.

(1) The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a small business concern.

(2) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents, for general statistical purposes, that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a small disadvantaged business
concern as defined in 13 CFR 124.1002.

(3) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a women-owned small business concern.

(4) Women-owned small business (WOSB) concern eligible under the WOSB Program. [Complete only if the
offeror represented itself as a women-owned small business concern in paragraph (b)(3) of this provision.] The
offeror represents as part of its offer that--

(i) It ( ) is, ( ) is not a WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program, has provided all the required documents to
the WOSB Repository, and no change in circumstances or adverse decisions have been issued that affects its
eligibility; and

(ii) It [ ] is, [ ] is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 127, and the
representation in paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this provision is accurate for each WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB
Program participating in the joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or names of the WOSB concern eligible
under the WOSB Program and other small businesses that are participating in the joint venture: ----------.] Each
WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program participating in the joint venture shall submit a separate signed
copy of the WOSB representation.

(5) Economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concern. [Complete only if the offeror
represented itself as a women-owned small business concern eligible under the WOSB Program in (b)(4) of this
provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that--

(i) It ( ) is, ( ) is not an EDWOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program, has provided all the required
documents to the WOSB Repository, and no change in circumstances or adverse decisions have been issued that
affects its eligibility; and

(ii) It [ ] is, [ ] is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 127, and the
representation in paragraph (b)(5)(i) of this provision is accurate for each EDWOSB concern participating in the
joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or names of the EDWOSB concern and other small businesses that
are participating in the joint venture: ----------.] Each EDWOSB concern participating in the joint venture shall
submit a separate signed copy of the EDWOSB representation.

(6) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a veteran-owned small business concern.
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(7) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a veteran-owned small business concern in paragraph (b)(6) of
this provision.) The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a service-disabled veteran-owned
small business concern.

(8) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that--

(i) It is not a HUBZone small business concern listed, on the date of this representation, on the List of Qualified
HUBZone Small Business Concerns maintained by the Small Business Administration, and no material changes in
ownership and control, principal office, or HUBZone employee percentage have occurred since it was certified in
accordance with 13 CFR Part 126; and

(ii) It [squ] is, [squ] is not a HUBZone joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR Part 126, and the
representation in paragraph (b)(8)(i) of this provision is accurate for each HUBZone small business concern
participating in the HUBZone joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the names of each of the HUBZone small
business concerns participating in the HUBZone joint venture: --------.] Each HUBZone small business concern
participating in the HUBZone joint venture shall submit a separate signed copy of the HUBZone representation.

(c) Definitions. As used in this provision--

“Economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concern” means a small business concern
that is at least 51 percent directly and unconditionally owned by, and the management and daily business operations
of which are controlled by, one or more women who are citizens of the United States and who are economically
disadvantaged in accordance with 13 CFR part 127. It automatically qualifies as a women-owned small business
concern eligible under the WOSB Program.

Service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern--

(1) Means a small business concern--

(i) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more service-disabled veterans or, in the case of any
publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more service-disabled
veterans; and

(ii) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans
or, in the case of a service-disabled veteran with permanent and severe disability, the spouse or permanent caregiver
of such veteran.

(2) Service-disabled veteran means a veteran, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(2), with a disability that is service-
connected, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(16).

"Small business concern," means a concern, including its affiliates, that is independently owned and operated, not
dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding on Government contracts, and qualified as a small business
under the criteria in 13 CFR Part 121 and the size standard in paragraph (a) of this provision.

Veteran-owned small business concern means a small business concern--

(1) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more veterans (as defined at 38 U.S.C. 101(2)) or, in the
case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more
veterans; and

(2) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more veterans.

"Women-owned small business concern," means a small business concern --
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(1) That is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women; in the case of any publicly owned business, at least 51
percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more women; and

(2) Whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women.

“Women-owned small business (WOSB) concern eligible under the WOSB Program (in accordance with 13 CFR
part 127)”, means a small business concern that is at least 51 percent directly and unconditionally owned by, and the
management and daily business operations of which are controlled by, one or more women who are citizens of the
United States.

(d) Notice.

(1) If this solicitation is for supplies and has been set aside, in whole or in part, for small business concerns, then the
clause in this solicitation providing notice of the set-aside contains restrictions on the source of the end items to be
furnished.

(2) Under 15 U.S.C. 645(d), any person who misrepresents a firm's status as a business concern that is small,
HUBZone small, small disadvantaged, service-disabled veteran-owned small, economically disadvantaged women-
owned small, or women-owned small eligible under the WOSB Program in order to obtain a contract to be awarded
under the preference programs established pursuant to section 8, 9, 15, 31, and 36 of the Small Business Act or any
other provision of Federal law that specifically references section 8(d) for a definition of program eligibility, shall—

(i) Be punished by imposition of fine, imprisonment, or both;

(ii) Be subject to administrative remedies, including suspension and debarment; and

(iii) Be ineligible for participation in programs conducted under the authority of the Act.


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52.219-3      NOTICE OF HUBZONE SET-ASIDE OR SOLE SOURCE AWARD (NOV 2011)

(a) Definitions. See 13 CFR 125.6(e) for definitions of terms used in paragraph (c).

(b) Applicability. This clause applies only to--

(1) Contracts that have been set aside or reserved for, or awarded on a sole source basis to, HUBZone small business
concerns;

(2) Part or parts of a multiple-award contract that have been set aside for HUBZone small business concerns; and

(3) Orders set-aside for HUBZone small business concerns under multiple-award contracts as described in 8.405-5
and 16.505(b)(2)(i)(F).

(c) General. (1) Offers are solicited only from HUBZone small business concerns. Offers received from concerns
that are not HUBZone small business concerns will not be considered.
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(2) Any award resulting from this solicitation will be made to a HUBZone small business concern.

(c) Agreement. A HUBZone small business concern agrees that in the performance of the contract, in the case of a
contract for--

(1) Services (except construction), at least 50 percent of the cost of personnel for contract performance will be spent
for employees of the concern or employees of other HUBZone small business concerns;

(2) Supplies (other than acquisition from a nonmanufacturer of the supplies), at least 50 percent of the cost of
manufacturing, excluding the cost of materials, will be performed by the concern or other HUBZone small business
concerns;

(3) General construction. (i) At least 15 percent of the cost of contract performance to be incurred for personnel will
be spent on the HUBZone prime contractor's employees;

(ii) At least 50 percent of the cost of the contract performance to be incurred for personnel will be spent on the
HUBZone prime contractor's employees or on a combination of the HUBZone prime contractor's employees and
employees of HUBZone small business concern subcontractors; and

(iii) No more than 50 percent of the cost of contract performance to be incurred for personnel will be subcontracted
to concerns that are not HUBZone small business concerns; or

(4) Construction by special trade contractors. (i) At least 25 percent of the cost of contract performance to be
incurred for personnel will be spent on the HUBZone prime contractor's employees;

(ii) At least 50 percent of the cost of the contract performance to be incurred for personnel will be spent on the
HUBZone prime contractor's employees or on a combination of the HUBZone prime contractor's employees and
employees of HUBZone small business concern subcontractors;

(iii) No more than 50 percent of the cost of contract performance to be incurred for personnel will be subcontracted
to concerns that are not HUBZone small business concerns.

(e) A HUBZone joint venture agrees that, in the performance of the contract, the applicable percentage specified in
paragraph (d) of this clause will be performed by the aggregate of the HUBZone small business participants.

(f)(1) When the total value of the contract exceeds $25,000, a HUBZone small business concern nonmanufacturer
agrees to furnish in performing this contract only end items manufactured or produced by HUBZone small business
concern manufacturers.

(2) When the total value of the contract is equal to or less than $25,000, a HUBZone small business concern
nonmanufacturer may provide end items manufactured by other than a HUBZone small business concern
manufacturer provided the end items are produced or manufactured in the United States.

(3) Paragraphs (f)(1) and (f)(2) of this section do not apply in connection with construction or service contracts.

(g) Notice. The HUBZone small business offeror acknowledges that a prospective HUBZone awardee must be a
HUBZone small business concern at the time of award of this contract. The HUBZone offeror shall provide the
Contracting Officer a copy of the notice required by 13 CFR 126.501 if material changes occur before contract
award that could affect its HUBZone eligibility. If the apparently successful HUBZone offeror is not a HUBZone
small business concern at the time of award of this contract, the Contracting Officer will proceed to award to the next
otherwise successful HUBZone small business concern or other offeror.

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52.219-28    POST-AWARD SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM REREPRESENTATION (APR 2012)

(a) Definitions. As used in this clause--

Long-term contract means a contract of more than five years in duration, including options. However, the term does
not include contracts that exceed five years in duration because the period of performance has been extended for a
cumulative period not to exceed six months under the clause at 52.217-8, Option to Extend Services, or other
appropriate authority.

Small business concern means a concern, including its affiliates, that is independently owned and operated, not
dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding on Government contracts, and qualified as a small business
under the criteria in 13 CFR part 121 and the size standard in paragraph (c) of this clause. Such a concern is ``not
dominant in its field of operation'' when it does not exercise a controlling or major influence on a national basis in a
kind of business activity in which a number of business concerns are primarily engaged. In determining whether
dominance exists, consideration shall be given to all appropriate factors, including volume of business, number of
employees, financial resources, competitive status or position, ownership or control of materials, processes, patents,
license agreements, facilities, sales territory, and nature of business activity.

(b) If the Contractor represented that it was a small business concern prior to award of this contract, the Contractor
shall rerepresent its size status according to paragraph (e) of this clause or, if applicable, paragraph (g) of this clause,
upon the occurrence of any of the following:

(1) Within 30 days after execution of a novation agreement or within 30 days after modification of the contract to
include this clause, if the novation agreement was executed prior to inclusion of this clause in the contract.

(2) Within 30 days after a merger or acquisition that does not require a novation or within 30 days after modification
of the contract to include this clause, if the merger or acquisition occurred prior to inclusion of this clause in the
contract.

(3) For long-term contracts--

(i) Within 60 to 120 days prior to the end of the fifth year of the contract; and

(ii) Within 60 to 120 days prior to the date specified in the contract for exercising any option thereafter.

(c) The Contractor shall rerepresent its size status in accordance with the size standard in effect at the time of this
rerepresentation that corresponds to the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code assigned to
this contract. The small business size standard corresponding to this NAICS code can be found at
http://www.sba.gov/content/table-small-business-size-standards.

(d) The small business size standard for a Contractor providing a product which it does not manufacture itself, for a
contract other than a construction or service contract, is 500 employees.

(e) Except as provided in paragraph (g) of this clause, the Contractor shall make the rerepresentation required by
paragraph (b) of this clause by validating or updating all its representations in the Online Representations and
Certifications Application and its data in the Central Contractor Registration, as necessary, to ensure that they reflect
the Contractor's current status. The Contractor shall notify the contracting office in writing within the timeframes
specified in paragraph (b) of this clause that the data have been validated or updated, and provide the date of the
validation or update.
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(f) If the Contractor represented that it was other than a small business concern prior to award of this contract, the
Contractor may, but is not required to, take the actions required by paragraphs (e) or (g) of this clause.

(g) If the Contractor does not have representations and certifications in ORCA, or does not have a representation in
ORCA for the NAICS code applicable to this contract, the Contractor is required to complete the following
rerepresentation and submit it to the contracting office, along with the contract number and the date on which the
rerepresentation was completed:

The Contractor represents that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a small business concern under NAICS Code 236220- assigned to
contract number (To be cited upon award).

(Contractor to sign and date and insert authorized signer's name and title).

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52.225-9     BUY AMERICAN ACT—CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS (SEP 2010)

(a) Definitions. As used in this clause--

Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item-

(1) Means any item of supply (including construction material) that is--

(i) A commercial item (as defined in paragraph (1) of the definition at FAR 2.101);

(ii) Sold in substantial quantities in the commercial marketplace; and

(iii) Offered to the Government, under a contract or subcontract at any tier, without modification, in the same form in
which it is sold in the commercial marketplace; and

(2) Does not include bulk cargo, as defined in section 3 of the Shipping Act of 1984 (46 U.S.C. App. 1702), such as
agricultural products and petroleum products.

Component means an article, material, or supply incorporated directly into a construction material.

Construction material means an article, material, or supply brought to the construction site by the Contractor or a
subcontractor for incorporation into the building or work. The term also includes an item brought to the site
preassembled from articles, materials, or supplies. However, emergency life safety systems, such as emergency
lighting, fire alarm, and audio evacuation systems, that are discrete systems incorporated into a public building or
work and that are produced as complete systems, are evaluated as a single and distinct construction material
regardless of when or how the individual parts or components of those systems are delivered to the construction site.
Materials purchased directly by the Government are supplies, not construction material.

Cost of components means--
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(1) For components purchased by the Contractor, the acquisition cost, including transportation costs to the place of
incorporation into the construction material (whether or not such costs are paid to a domestic firm), and any
applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free entry certificate is issued); or

(2) For components manufactured by the Contractor, all costs associated with the manufacture of the component,
including transportation costs as described in paragraph (1) of this definition, plus allocable overhead costs, but
excluding profit. Cost of components does not include any costs associated with the
manufacture of the construction material.

Domestic construction material means--

(1) An unmanufactured construction material mined or produced in the United States;

(2) A construction material manufactured in the United States, if--

(i) The cost of its components mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States exceeds 50 percent of the cost
of all its components. Components of foreign origin of the same class or kind for which nonavailability
determinations have been made are treated as domestic; or

(ii) The construction material is a COTS item.

Foreign construction material means a construction material other than a domestic construction material.

United States means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and outlying areas.

(b) Domestic preference.

(1) This clause implements the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d) by providing a preference for domestic
construction material. In accordance with 41 U.S.C. 431, the component test of the Buy American Act is waived for
construction material that is a COTS item (See FAR 12.505(a)(2)). The Contractor shall use only domestic
construction material in performing this contract, except as provided in paragraphs (b)(2) and (b)(3) of this clause.

(2) This requirement does not apply to information technology that is a commercial item or to the construction
materials or components listed by the Government as follows:

(3) The Contracting Officer may add other foreign construction material to the list in paragraph (b)(2) of this clause
if the Government determines that

(i) The cost of domestic construction material would be unreasonable. The cost of a particular domestic construction
material subject to the requirements of the Buy American Act is unreasonable when the cost of such material exceeds
the cost of foreign material by more than 6 percent;

(ii) The application of the restriction of the Buy American Act to a particular construction material would be
impracticable or inconsistent with the public interest; or

(iii) The construction material is not mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States in sufficient and
reasonably available commercial quantities of a satisfactory quality.

(c) Request for determination of inapplicability of the Buy American Act. (1)(i) Any Contractor request to use
foreign construction material in accordance with paragraph (b)(3) of this clause shall include adequate information
for Government evaluation of the request, including--

(A) A description of the foreign and domestic construction materials;
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(B) Unit of measure;

(C) Quantity;

(D) Price;

(E) Time of delivery or availability;

(F) Location of the construction project;

(G) Name and address of the proposed supplier; and

(H) A detailed justification of the reason for use of foreign construction materials cited in accordance with paragraph
(b)(3) of this clause.

(ii) A request based on unreasonable cost shall include a reasonable survey of the market and a completed price
comparison table in the format in paragraph (d) of this clause.

(iii) The price of construction material shall include all delivery costs to the construction site and any applicable duty
(whether or not a duty-free certificate may be issued).

(iv) Any Contractor request for a determination submitted after contract award shall explain why the Contractor
could not reasonably foresee the need for such determination and could not have requested the determination before
contract award. If the Contractor does not submit a satisfactory explanation, the Contracting Officer need not make a
determination.

(2) If the Government determines after contract award that an exception to the Buy American Act applies and the
Contracting Officer and the Contractor negotiate adequate consideration, the Contracting Officer will modify the
contract to allow use of the foreign construction material. However, when the basis for the exception is the
unreasonable price of a domestic construction material, adequate consideration is not less than the differential
established in paragraph (b)(3)(i) of this clause.

(3) Unless the Government determines that an exception to the Buy American Act applies, use of foreign
construction material is noncompliant with the Buy American Act.

(d) Data. To permit evaluation of requests under paragraph (c) of this clause based on unreasonable cost, the
Contractor shall include the following information and any applicable supporting data based on the survey of
suppliers:

                    Foreign and Domestic Construction Materials Price Comparison
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Construction material description              Unit of measure                  Quantity               Price (dollars) \1\
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Item 1
   Foreign construction material.... ....................... ....................... .......................
   Domestic construction material... ....................... ....................... .......................
Item 2
   Foreign construction material.... ....................... ....................... .......................
   Domestic construction material... ....................... ....................... .......................
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Include all delivery costs to the construction site and any applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free entry certificate
is issued).
List name, address, telephone number, and contact for suppliers surveyed. Attach copy of response; if oral, attach
summary.
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Include other applicable supporting information.

(End of clause)



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52.225-10     NOTICE OF BUY AMERICAN ACT REQUIREMENT--CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS (FEB
2009)

(a) Definitions. “Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item,” “construction material,” “domestic
construction material,” and “foreign construction material,” as used in this provision, are defined in the clause of this
solicitation entitled “Buy American Act--Construction Materials” (Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause
52.225-9).

(b) Requests for determinations of inapplicability. An offeror requesting a determination regarding the inapplicability
of the Buy American Act should submit the request to the Contracting Officer in time to allow a determination before
submission of offers. The offeror shall include the information and applicable supporting data required by
paragraphs (c) and (d) of the clause at FAR 52.225-9 in the request. If an offeror has not requested a determination
regarding the inapplicability of the Buy American Act before submitting its offer, or has not received a response to a
previous request, the offeror shall include the information and supporting data in the offer.

(c) Evaluation of offers. (1) The Government will evaluate an offer requesting exception to the requirements of the
Buy American Act, based on claimed unreasonable cost of domestic construction material, by adding to the offered
price the appropriate percentage of the cost of such foreign construction material, as specified in paragraph (b)(3)(i)
of the clause at FAR 52.225-9.

(2) If evaluation results in a tie between an offeror that requested the substitution of foreign construction material
based on unreasonable cost and an offeror that did not request an exception, the Contracting Officer will award to the
offeror that did not request an exception based on unreasonable cost.

(d) Alternate offers.

(1) When an offer includes foreign construction material not listed by the Government in this solicitation in
paragraph (b)(2) of the clause at FAR 52.225-9, the offeror also may submit an alternate offer based on use of
equivalent domestic construction material.

(2) If an alternate offer is submitted, the offeror shall submit a separate Standard Form 1442 for the alternate offer,
and a separate price comparison table prepared in accordance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of the clause at FAR
52.225-9 for the offer that is based on the use of any foreign construction material for which the Government has not
yet determined an exception applies.

(3) If the Government determines that a particular exception requested in accordance with paragraph (c) of the clause
at FAR 52.225-9 does not apply, the Government will evaluate only those offers based on use of the equivalent
domestic construction material, and the offeror shall be required to furnish such domestic construction material. An
offer based on use of the foreign construction material for which an exception was requested--

(i) Will be rejected as nonresponsive if this acquisition is conducted by sealed bidding; or

(ii) May be accepted if revised during negotiations.

(End of provision)
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52.225-11     BUY AMERICAN ACT--CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS UNDER TRADE AGREEMENTS (MAY
2012)

(a) Definitions. As used in this clause-

Caribbean Basin country construction material means a construction material that--

(1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Caribbean Basin country; or

(2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a Caribbean Basin country into a new and different construction material distinct from
the materials from which it was transformed.

Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item—

(1) Means any item of supply (including construction material) that is--

(i) A commercial item (as defined in paragraph (1) of the definition at FAR 2.101);

(ii) Sold in substantial quantities in the commercial marketplace; and

(iii) Offered to the Government, under a contract or subcontract at any tier, without modification, in the same form in
which it is sold in the commercial marketplace; and

(2) Does not include bulk cargo, as defined in section 3 of the Shipping Act of 1984 (46 U.S.C. App. 1702), such as
agricultural products and petroleum products.

Component means an article, material, or supply incorporated directly into a construction material.

Construction material means an article, material, or supply brought to the construction site by the Contractor or
subcontractor for incorporation into the building or work. The term also includes an item brought to the site
preassembled from articles, materials, or supplies. However, emergency life safety systems, such as emergency
lighting, fire alarm, and audio evacuation systems, that are discrete systems incorporated into a public building or
work and that are produced as complete systems, are evaluated as a single and distinct construction material
regardless of when or how the individual parts or components of those systems are delivered to the construction site.
Materials purchased directly by the Government are supplies, not construction material.

Cost of components means--

(1) For components purchased by the Contractor, the acquisition cost, including transportation costs to the place of
incorporation into the construction material (whether or not such costs are paid to a domestic firm), and any
applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free entry certificate is issued); or

(2) For components manufactured by the Contractor, all costs associated with the manufacture of the component,
including transportation costs as described in paragraph (1) of this definition, plus allocable overhead costs, but
excluding profit. Cost of components does not include any costs associated with the manufacture of the construction
material.
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Designated country means any of the following countries:

(1) A World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement country (Armenia, Aruba, Austria, Belgium,
Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (Republic of), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Taiwan or United Kingdom);

(2) A Free Trade Agreement country (Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican
Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Korea (Republic of), Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, or
Singapore);

(3) A least developed country (Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cambodia,
Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, East Timor, Equatorial Guinea,
Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Kiribati, Laos, Lesotho, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi,
Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra
Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Tanzania, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, or Zambia); or

(4) A Caribbean Basin country (Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bonaire, British Virgin
Islands, Curacao, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saba, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St.
Vincent and the Grenadines, Sint Eustatius, Sint Maarten, or Trinidad and Tobago).

Designated country construction material means a construction material that is a WTO GPA country construction
material, an FTA country construction material, a least developed country construction material, or a Caribbean
Basin country construction material.

Domestic construction material means--

(1) An unmanufactured construction material mined or produced in the United States;

(2) A construction material manufactured in the United States, if--

(i) The cost of its components mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States exceeds 50 percent of the cost
of all its components. Components of foreign origin of the same class or kind for which nonavailability
determinations have been made are treated as domestic; or

(ii) The construction material is a COTS item.

Foreign construction material means a construction material other than a domestic construction material.

Least developed country construction material means a construction material that--

(1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a least developed country; or

(2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a least developed country into a new and different construction material distinct from the
materials from which it was transformed.

“Free Trade Agreement country construction material” means a construction material that—

(1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) country; or
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(2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a FTA country into a new and different construction material distinct from the materials
from which it was transformed.

“Least developed country construction material” means a construction material that—

(1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a least developed country; or

(2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a least developed country into a new and different construction material distinct from the
materials from which it was transformed.

United States means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and outlying areas.

WTO GPA country construction material means a construction material that--

(1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a WTO GPA country; or

(2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a WTO GPA country into a new and different construction material distinct from the
materials from which it was transformed.

(b) Construction materials.

(1) This clause implements the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C. chapter 83) by providing a preference for domestic
construction material. In accordance with 41 U.S.C. 1907, the component test of the Buy American Act is waived for
construction material that is a COTS item (See FAR 12.505(a)(2)). In addition, the Contracting Officer has
determined that the WTO GPA and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) apply to this acquisition. Therefore, the Buy
American Act restrictions are waived for designated county construction materials.

(2) The Contractor shall use only domestic or designated country construction material in performing this contract,
except as provided in paragraphs (b)(3) and (b)(4) of this clause.

(3) The requirement in paragraph (b)(2) of this clause does not apply to information technology that is a commercial
item or to the construction materials or components listed by the Government as follows:

[Contracting Officer to list applicable excepted materials or indicate ``none'']

(4) The Contracting Officer may add other foreign construction material to the list in paragraph (b)(3) of this clause
if the Government determines that--

(i) The cost of domestic construction material would be unreasonable. The cost of a particular domestic construction
material subject to the restrictions of the Buy American Act is unreasonable when the cost of such material exceeds
the cost of foreign material by more than 6 percent;

(ii) The application of the restriction of the Buy American Act to a particular construction material would be
impracticable or inconsistent with the public interest; or

(iii) The construction material is not mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States in sufficient and
reasonably available commercial quantities of a satisfactory quality.

(c) Request for determination of inapplicability of the Buy American Act.
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(1)(i) Any Contractor request to use foreign construction material in accordance with paragraph (b)(4) of this clause
shall include adequate information for Government evaluation of the request, including--

(A) A description of the foreign and domestic construction materials;

(B) Unit of measure;

(C) Quantity;

(D) Price;

(E) Time of delivery or availability;

(F) Location of the construction project;

(G) Name and address of the proposed supplier; and

(H) A detailed justification of the reason for use of foreign construction materials cited in accordance with paragraph
(b)(3) of this clause.

(ii) A request based on unreasonable cost shall include a reasonable survey of the market and a completed price
comparison table in the format in paragraph (d) of this clause.

(iii) The price of construction material shall include all delivery costs to the construction site and any applicable duty
(whether or not a duty-free certificate may be issued).

(iv) Any Contractor request for a determination submitted after contract award shall explain why the Contractor
could not reasonably foresee the need for such determination and could not have requested the determination before
contract award. If the Contractor does not submit a satisfactory explanation, the Contracting Officer need not make a
determination.

(2) If the Government determines after contract award that an exception to the Buy American Act applies and the
Contracting Officer and the Contractor negotiate adequate consideration, the Contracting Officer will modify the
contract to allow use of the foreign construction material. However, when the basis for the exception is the
unreasonable price of a domestic construction material, adequate consideration is not less than the differential
established in paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this clause.

(3) Unless the Government determines that an exception to the Buy American Act applies, use of foreign
construction material is noncompliant with the Buy American Act.

(d) Data. To permit evaluation of requests under paragraph (c) of this clause based on unreasonable cost, the
Contractor shall include the following information and any applicable supporting data based on the survey of
suppliers:

                    Foreign and Domestic Construction Materials Price Comparison
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  Construction material description              Unit of measure                  Quantity               Price (dollars) \1\
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Item 1:
   Foreign construction material.... ....................... ....................... .......................
   Domestic construction material... ....................... ....................... .......................
Item 2:
   Foreign construction material.... ....................... ....................... .......................
   Domestic construction material... ....................... ....................... .......................
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----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Include all delivery costs to the construction site and any applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free
  entry certificate is issued).
List name, address, telephone number, and contact for suppliers surveyed. Attach copy of response; if oral,
  attach summary.
Include other applicable supporting information.

(End of clause)



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52.225-12 NOTICE OF BUY AMERICAN ACT REQUIREMENT-- CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS UNDER
TRADE AGREEMENTS (FEB 2009)

(a) Definitions. “Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item,” “construction material,” “designated country
construction material,” “domestic construction material,” and “foreign construction material,” as used in this
provision, are defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled “Buy American Act-- Construction Materials Under
Trade Agreements” (Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause 52.225-11).

(b) Requests for determination of inapplicability. An offeror requesting a determination regarding the inapplicability
of the Buy American Act should submit the request to the Contracting Officer in time to allow a determination before
submission of offers. The offeror shall include the information and applicable supporting data required by
paragraphs (c) and (d) of FAR clause 52.225-11 in the request. If an offeror has not requested a determination
regarding the inapplicability of the Buy American Act before submitting its offer, or has not received a response to a
previous request, the offeror shall include the information and supporting data in the offer.

(c) Evaluation of offers. (1) The Government will evaluate an offer requesting exception to the requirements of the
Buy American Act, based on claimed unreasonable cost of domestic construction materials, by adding to the offered
price the appropriate percentage of the cost of such foreign construction material, as specified in paragraph (b)(4)(i)
of FAR clause 52.225-11.

(2) If evaluation results in a tie between an offeror that requested the substitution of foreign construction material
based on unreasonable cost and an offeror that did not request an exception, the Contracting Officer will award to the
offeror that did not request an exception based on unreasonable cost.

(d) Alternate offers. (1) When an offer includes foreign construction material, other than designated country
construction material, that is not listed by the Government in this solicitation in paragraph (b)(3) of FAR clause
52.225-11, the offeror also may submit an alternate offer based on use of equivalent domestic or designated country
construction material.

(2) If an alternate offer is submitted, the offeror shall submit a separate Standard Form 1442 for the alternate offer,
and a separate price comparison table prepared in accordance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of FAR clause 52.225-11
for the offer that is based on the use of any foreign construction material for which the Government has not yet
determined an exception applies.

(3) If the Government determines that a particular exception requested in accordance with paragraph (c) of FAR
clause 52.225-11 does not apply, the Government will evaluate only those offers based on use of the equivalent
domestic or designated country construction material, and the offeror shall be required to furnish such domestic or
designated country construction material. An offer based on use of the foreign construction material for which an
exception was requested-- (i) Will be rejected as nonresponsive if this acquisition is conducted by sealed bidding; or
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(ii) May be accepted if revised during negotiations.

(End of provision)




52.225-25 Prohibition on Contracting with Entities Engaging in Sanctioned Activities Relating to Iran--
Representation and Certification. (NOV 2011)

(a) Definitions. As used in this provision--

Person--

(1) Means--

(i) A natural person;

(ii) A corporation, business association, partnership, society, trust, financial institution, insurer, underwriter,
guarantor, and any other business organization, any other nongovernmental entity, organization, or group, and any
governmental entity operating as a business enterprise; and

(iii) Any successor to any entity described in paragraph (1)(ii) of this definition; and

(2) Does not include a government or governmental entity that is not operating as a business enterprise.

Sensitive technology--

(1) Means hardware, software, telecommunications equipment, or any other technology that is to be used
specifically--

(i) To restrict the free flow of unbiased information in Iran; or

(ii) To disrupt, monitor, or otherwise restrict speech of the people of Iran; and

(2) Does not include information or informational materials the export of which the President does not have the
authority to regulate or prohibit pursuant to section 203(b)(3) of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act
(50 U.S.C. 1702(b)(3)).

(b) The offeror shall email questions concerning sensitive technology to the Department of State at
CISADA106@state.gov.

(c) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this provision or if a waiver has been granted in accordance with 25.703-
4, by submission of its offer, the offeror--

(1) Represents, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that the offeror does not export any sensitive technology to
the government of Iran or any entities or individuals owned or controlled by, or acting on behalf or at the direction
of, the government of Iran; and

(2) Certifies that the offeror, or any person owned or controlled by the offeror, does not engage in any activities for
which sanctions may be imposed under section 5 of the Iran Sanctions Act. These sanctioned activities are in the
areas of development of the petroleum resources of Iran, production of refined petroleum products in Iran, sale and
provision of refined petroleum products to Iran, and contributing to Iran's ability to acquire or develop
certain weapons or technologies.
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(d) Exception for trade agreements. The representation requirement of paragraph (c)(1) and the certification
requirement of paragraph (c)(2) of this provision do not apply if--

(1) This solicitation includes a trade agreements notice or certification (e.g., 52.225-4, 52.225-6, 52.225-12, 52.225-
24, or comparable agency provision); and

(2) The offeror has certified that all the offered products to be supplied are designated country end products or
designated country construction material.

(End of provision)




52.233-4     APPLICABLE LAW FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT CLAIM (OCT 2004)

United States law will apply to resolve any claim of breach of this contract.

(End of clause)



52.236-27      SITE VISIT (CONSTRUCTION) (FEB 1995) – ALTERNATE I (FEB 1995)

(a) The clauses at 52.236-2, Differing Site Conditions, and 52.236-3, Site Investigations and Conditions Affecting
the Work, will be included in any contract awarded as a result of this solicitation. Accordingly, offerors or quoters
are urged and expected to inspect the site where the work will be performed.

(b) An organized site visit has been scheduled for--
         15 August 2012 begiinning at 10:00 am

           (c) Participants will meet at--
                    Mission Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Fort Gordon
                    ATTN: CCMI-CLV-GO (Mr Jordan Rhoades)
                    Winship Hall, 419 B Street
                    Bldg 29718, 3rd Floor
                    Fort Gordon, GA 30905-5719




(End of provision)



52.252-2      CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998)

This contract incorporates one or more clauses by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in
full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may
be accessed electronically at this/these address(es):

https://www.acquisition.gov/far/
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http://farsite.hill.af.mil
http://www.acq.osd.mil/dpap/dars/dfarspgi/current/index.html

(End of clause)



252.204-7006 BILLING INSTRUCTIONS (OCT 2005)

When submitting a request for payment, the Contractor shall--

(a) Identify the contract line item(s) on the payment request that reasonably reflect contract work performance; and

(b) Separately identify a payment amount for each contract line item included in the payment request.

(End of clause)




252.204-7008      EXPORT-CONTROLLED ITEMS (APR 2010)

(a) Definition. Export-controlled items, as used in this clause, means items subject to the Export Administration
Regulations (EAR) (15 CFR parts 730-774) or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) (22 CFR parts
120-130). The term includes:

(1) Defense items, defined in the Arms Export Control Act, 22 U.S.C. 2778(j)(4)(A), as defense articles, defense
services, and related technical data, and further defined in the ITAR, 22 CFR part 120.

(2) Items, defined in the EAR as ``commodities, software, and technology,'' terms that are also defined in the EAR,
15 CFR 772.1.

(b) The Contractor shall comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding export-controlled items,
including, but not limited to, the requirement for Contractors to register with the Department of State in accordance
with the ITAR. The Contractor shall consult with the Department of State regarding any questions relating to
compliance with the ITAR and shall consult with the Department of Commerce regarding any questions relating to
compliance with the EAR.

(c) The Contractor's responsibility to comply with all applicable laws and regulations regarding export-controlled
items exists independent of, and is not established or limited by, the information provided by this clause.

(d) Nothing in the terms of this contract adds to, changes, supersedes, or waives any of the requirements of
applicable Federal laws, Executive orders, and regulations, including but not limited to--

(1) The Export Administration Act of 1979, as amended (50 U.S.C. App. 2401, et seq.);

(2) The Arms Export Control Act (22 U.S.C. 2751, et seq.);

(3) The International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701, et seq.);

(4) The Export Administration Regulations (15 CFR parts 730-774);

(5) The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (22 CFR parts 120-130); and
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(6) Executive Order 13222, as extended.

(e) The Contractor shall include the substance of this clause, including this paragraph (e), in all subcontracts.

(End of clause)




252.223-7003      CHANGE IN PLACE OF PERFORMANCE - AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES (DEC 1991)

(a) The Offeror shall identify, in the "Place of Performance" provision of this solicitation, the place of performance
of all ammunition and explosives work covered by the Safety Precautions for Ammunition and Explosives clause of
this solicitation. Failure to furnish this information with the offer may result in rejection of the offer.

(b) The Offeror agrees not to change the place of performance of any portion of the offer covered by the Safety
Precautions for Ammunition and Explosives clause contained in this solicitation after the date set for receipt of offers
without the written approval of the Contracting Officer. The Contracting Officer shall grant approval only if there is
enough time for the Government to perform the necessary safety reviews on the new proposed place of performance.

(c) If a contract results from this offer, the Contractor agrees not to change any place of performance previously
cited without the advance written approval of the Contracting Officer.

(End of clause)


252.247-7024 Notification of Transportation of Supplies by Sea (MAR 2000)

(a) The Contractor has indicated by the response to the solicitation provision, Representation of Extent of
Transportation by Sea, that it did not anticipate transporting by sea any supplies. If, however, after the award of this
contract, the Contractor learns that supplies, as defined in the Transportation of Supplies by Sea clause of this
contract, will be transported by sea, the Contractor --

(1) Shall notify the Contracting Officer of that fact; and

(2) Hereby agrees to comply with all the terms and conditions of the Transportation of Supplies by Sea clause of this
contract.

(b) The Contractor shall include this clause; including this paragraph (b), revised as necessary to reflect the
relationship of the contracting parties--

(1) In all subcontracts under this contract, if this contract is a construction contract; or

(2) If this contract is not a construction contract, in all subcontracts under this contract that are for--

(i) Noncommercial items; or

(ii) Commercial items that--

(A) The Contractor is reselling or distributing to the Government without adding value (generally, the Contractor
does not add value to items that it subcontracts for f.o.b. destination shipment);
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(B) Are shipped in direct support of U.S. military contingency operations, exercises, or forces deployed in
humanitarian or peacekeeping operations; or

(C) Are commissary or exchange cargoes transported outside of the Defense Transportation System in accordance
with 10 U.S.C. 2643.

(End of clause)
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Section K - Representations, Certifications and Other Statements of Offerors

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE


52.203-11               Certification And Disclosure Regarding Payments To           SEP 2007
                        Influence Certain Federal Transactions
52.209-2                Prohibition on Contracting with Inverted Domestic            MAY 2011
                        Corporations--Representation
52.209-7                Information Regarding Responsibility Matters                 FEB 2012
52.222-38               Compliance With Veterans' Employment Reporting               SEP 2010
                        Requirements
52.223-4                Recovered Material Certification                             MAY 2008


CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT


52.204-3 TAXPAYER IDENTIFICATION (OCT 1998)

(a) Definitions.

Common parent, as used in this provision, means that corporate entity that owns or controls an affiliated group of
corporations that files its Federal income tax returns on a consolidated basis, and of which the offeror is a member.

Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN), as used in this provision, means the number required by the Internal Revenue
Service (IRS) to be used by the offeror in reporting income tax and other returns. The TIN may be either a Social
Security Number or an Employer Identification Number.

(b) All offerors must submit the information required in paragraphs (d) through (f) of this provision to comply with
debt collection requirements of 31 U.S.C. 7701(c) and 3325(d), reporting requirements of 26 U.S.C. 6041, 6041A,
and 6050M, and implementing regulations issued by the IRS. If the resulting contract is subject to the payment
reporting requirements described in Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 4.904, the failure or refusal by the offeror
to furnish the information may result in a 31 percent reduction of payments otherwise due under the contract.

(c) The TIN may be used by the Government to collect and report on any delinquent amounts arising out of the
offeror's relationship with the Government (31 U.S.C. 7701(c)(3)). If the resulting contract is subject to the payment
reporting requirements described in FAR 4.904, the TIN provided hereunder may be matched with IRS records to
verify the accuracy of the offeror's TIN.

(d) Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).

___ TIN:.--------------------------------------------------------

___ TIN has been applied for.

___ TIN is not required because:

___ Offeror is a nonresident alien, foreign corporation, or foreign partnership that does not have income effectively
connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States and does not have an office or place of
business or a fiscal paying agent in the United States;

___ Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of a foreign government;
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___ Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of the Federal Government.

(e) Type of organization.

___ Sole proprietorship;

___ Partnership;

___ Corporate entity (not tax-exempt);

___ Corporate entity (tax-exempt);

___ Government entity (Federal, State, or local);

___ Foreign government;

___ International organization per 26 CFR 1.6049-4;

___ Other--------------------------------------------------------

(f) Common parent.

___ Offeror is not owned or controlled by a common parent as defined in paragraph (a) of this provision.

___ Name and TIN of common parent:

Name-------------------------------------------------------------------

TIN--------------------------------------------------------------------

(End of provision)



52.204-8     ANNUAL REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS (MAY 2012)

(a)(1) The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 236220.

(2) The small business size standard is $33,500,000.

(3) The small business size standard for a concern which submits an offer in its own name, other than on a
construction or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product which it did not itself manufacture, is 500
employees.

(b)(1) If the clause at 52.204-7, Central Contractor Registration, is included in this solicitation, paragraph (d) of this
provision applies.

(2) If the clause at 52.204-7 is not included in this solicitation, and the offeror is currently registered in CCR, and has
completed the ORCA electronically, the offeror may choose to use paragraph (d) of this provision instead of
completing the corresponding individual representations and certifications in the solicitation. The offeror shall
indicate which option applies by checking one of the following boxes:

(       ) Paragraph (d) applies.
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(       ) Paragraph (d) does not apply and the offeror has completed the individual representations and certifications
in the solicitation.

(c)(1) The following representations or certifications in ORCA are applicable to this solicitation as indicated:

(i) 52.203-2, Certificate of Independent Price Determination. This provision applies to solicitations when a firm-
fixed-price contract or fixed-price contract with economic price adjustment is contemplated, unless--

(A) The acquisition is to be made under the simplified acquisition procedures in Part 13;

(B) The solicitation is a request for technical proposals under two-step sealed bidding procedures; or

(C) The solicitation is for utility services for which rates are set by law or regulation.

(ii) 52.203-11, Certification and Disclosure Regarding Payments to Influence Certain Federal Transactions. This
provision applies to solicitations expected to exceed $150,000.

(iii) 52.204-3, Taxpayer Identification. This provision applies to solicitations that do not include the clause at
52.204-7, Central Contractor Registration.

(iv) 52.204-5, Women-Owned Business (Other Than Small Business).This provision applies to solicitations that--

(A) Are not set aside for small business concerns;

(B) Exceed the simplified acquisition threshold; and

(C) Are for contracts that will be performed in the United States or its outlying areas.

(v) 52.209-2, Prohibition on Contracting with Inverted Domestic Corporations--Representation. This provision
applies to solicitations using funds appropriated in fiscal years 2008, 2009, 2010, or 2012.

(vi) 52.209-5, Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters. This provision applies to solicitations where the
contract value is expected to exceed the simplified acquisition threshold.

(vii) 52.223-5, Pollution Prevention and Right-to-Know Information (May 2011) (E.O. 13423) (Applies to services
performed on Federal facilities).

(viii) 52.215-6, Place of Performance. This provision applies to solicitations unless the place of performance is
specified by the Government.

(ix) 52.219-1, Small Business Program Representations (Basic & Alternate I). This provision applies to solicitations
when the contract will be performed in the United States or its outlying areas.

(A) The basic provision applies when the solicitations are issued by other than DoD, NASA, and the Coast Guard.

(B) The provision with its Alternate I applies to solicitations issued by DoD, NASA, or the Coast Guard.

(x) 52.219-2, Equal Low Bids. This provision applies to solicitations when contracting by sealed bidding and the
contract will be performed in the United States or its outlying areas.

(xi) 52.222-22, Previous Contracts and Compliance Reports. This provision applies to solicitations that include the
clause at 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity.
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(xii) 52.222-25, Affirmative Action Compliance. This provision applies to solicitations, other than those for
construction, when the solicitation includes the clause at 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity.

(xiii) 52.222-38, Compliance with Veterans' Employment Reporting Requirements. This provision applies to
solicitations when it is anticipated the contract award will exceed the simplified acquisition threshold and the
contract is not for acquisition of commercial items.

(xiv) 52.223-1, Biobased Product Certification. This provision applies to solicitations that require the delivery or
specify the use of USDA-designated items; or include the clause at 52.223-2, Affirmative Procurement of Biobased
Products Under Service and Construction Contracts.

(xv) 52.223-4, Recovered Material Certification. This provision applies to solicitations that are for, or specify the use
of, EPA-designated items.

(xvi) 52.225-2, Buy American Act Certificate. This provision applies to solicitations containing the clause at 52.225-
1.

(xvii) 52.225-4, Buy American Act--Free Trade Agreements--Israeli Trade Act Certificate. (Basic, Alternates I, II,
and III.) This provision applies to solicitations containing the clause at 52.225-3.

(A) If the acquisition value is less than $25,000, the basic provision applies.

(B) If the acquisition value is $25,000 or more but is less than $50,000, the provision with its Alternate I applies.

(C) If the acquisition value is $50,000 or more but is less than $77,494, the provision with its Alternate II applies.

(D) If the acquisition value is $77,494 or more but is less than $100,000, the provision with its Alternate III applies.

(xviii) 52.225-6, Trade Agreements Certificate. This provision applies to solicitations containing the clause at
52.225-5.

(xix) 52.225-20, Prohibition on Conducting Restricted Business Operations in Sudan--Certification. This provision
applies to all solicitations.

(xx) 52.225-25, Prohibition on Contracting with Entities Engaging in Sanctioned Activities Relating to Iran--
Representation and Certification. This provision applies to all solicitations.

(xxi) 52.226-2, Historically Black College or University and Minority Institution Representation. This provision
applies to--

(A) Solicitations for research, studies, supplies, or services of the type normally acquired from higher educational
institutions; and

(B) For DoD, NASA, and Coast Guard acquisitions, solicitations that contain the clause at 52.219-23, Notice of
Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns.

(2) The following certifications are applicable as indicated by the Contracting Officer:

(Contracting Officer check as appropriate.)

       (i) 52.219-22, Small Disadvantaged Business Status.

       (A) Basic.
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       (B) Alternate I.

       (ii) 52.222-18, Certification Regarding Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products.

       (iii) 52.222-48, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance,
Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment Certification.

       (iv) 52.222-52, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain
Services–Certification.

      (v) 52.223-9, with its Alternate I, Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA–Designated
Products (Alternate I only).

       (vi) 52.227-6, Royalty Information.

       (A) Basic.

       (B) Alternate I.

       (vii) 52.227-15, Representation of Limited Rights Data and Restricted Computer Software.

(d) The offeror has completed the annual representations and certifications electronically via the Online
Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) website accessed through https://www.acquisition.gov. After
reviewing the ORCA database information, the offeror verifies by submission of the offer that the representations
and certifications currently posted electronically that apply to this solicitation as indicated in paragraph (c) of this
provision have been entered or updated within the last 12 months, are current, accurate, complete, and applicable to
this solicitation (including the business size standard applicable to the NAICS code referenced for this solicitation),
as of the date of this offer and are incorporated in this offer by reference (see FAR 4.1201); except for the changes
identified below [offeror to insert changes, identifying change by clause number, title, date]. These amended
representation(s) and/or certification(s) are also incorporated in this offer and are current, accurate, and complete as
of the date of this offer.
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Any changes provided by the offeror are applicable to this solicitation only, and do not result in an update to the
representations and certifications posted on ORCA.

(End of provision)




52.209-5    CERTIFICATION REGARDING RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS (APR 2010)

(a)(1) The Offeror certifies, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that-

(i) The Offeror and/or any of its Principals-
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(A) Are ( ) are not ( ) presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, or declared ineligible for the award
of contracts by any Federal agency;

(B) Have ( ) have not ( ), within a three-year period preceding this offer, been convicted of or had a civil judgment
rendered against them for: commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining, attempting to
obtain, or performing a public (Federal, State, or local) contract or subcontract; violation of Federal or State antitrust
statutes relating to the submission of offers; or commission of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or
destruction of records, making false statements, tax evasion, violating Federal criminal tax laws, or receiving stolen
property (if offeror checks “have”, the offeror shall also see 52.209-7, if included in this solicitation); and

(C) Are ( ) are not ( ) presently indicted for, or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a governmental entity
with, commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph (a)(1)(i)(B) of this provision.; and

(D) Have [ballot], have not [ballot], within a three-year period preceding this offer, been notified of any delinquent
Federal taxes in an amount that exceeds $3,000 for which the liability remains unsatisfied.

(1) Federal taxes are considered delinquent if both of the following criteria apply:

(i) The tax liability is finally determined. The liability is finally determined if it has been assessed. A liability is not
finally determined if there is a pending administrative or judicial challenge. In the case of a judicial challenge to the
liability, the liability is not finally determined until all judicial appeal rights have been exhausted.

(ii) The taxpayer is delinquent in making payment. A taxpayer is delinquent if the taxpayer has failed to pay the tax
liability when full payment was due and required. A taxpayer is not delinquent in cases where enforced collection
action is precluded.

(2) Examples. (i) The taxpayer has received a statutory notice of deficiency, under I.R.C. Sec. 6212, which entitles
the taxpayer to seek Tax Court review of a proposed tax deficiency. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a
final tax liability. Should the taxpayer seek Tax Court review, this will not be a final tax liability until the taxpayer
has exercised all judicial appeal rights.

(ii) The IRS has filed a notice of Federal tax lien with respect to an assessed tax liability, and the taxpayer has been
issued a notice under I.R.C. Sec. 6320 entitling the taxpayer to request a hearing with the IRS Office of Appeals
contesting the lien filing, and to further appeal to the Tax Court if the IRS determines to sustain the lien filing. In the
course of the hearing, the taxpayer is entitled to contest the underlying tax liability because the taxpayer has had no
prior opportunity to contest the liability. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax liability. Should the
taxpayer seek tax court review, this will not be a final tax liability until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appeal
rights.

(iii) The taxpayer has entered into an installment agreement pursuant to I.R.C. Sec. 6159. The taxpayer is making
timely payments and is in full compliance with the agreement terms. The taxpayer is not delinquent because the
taxpayer is not currently required to make full payment.

(iv) The taxpayer has filed for bankruptcy protection. The taxpayer is not delinquent because enforced collection
action is stayed under 11 U.S.C. 362 (the Bankruptcy Code).

(ii) The Offeror has ( ) has not ( ), within a three-year period preceding this offer, had one or more contracts
terminated for default by any Federal agency.

(2) Principal, for the purposes of this certification, means an officer, director, owner, partner, or a person having
primary management or supervisory responsibilities within a business entity (e.g., general manager; plant manager;
head of a division or business segment; and similar positions).
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(b) The Offeror shall provide immediate written notice to the Contracting Officer if, at any time prior to contract
award, the Offeror learns that its certification was erroneous when submitted or has become erroneous by reason of
changed circumstances.

(c) A certification that any of the items in paragraph (a) of this provision exists will not necessarily result in
withholding of an award under this solicitation. However, the certification will be considered in connection with a
determination of the Offeror's responsibility. Failure of the Offeror to furnish a certification or provide such
additional information as requested by the Contracting Officer may render the Offeror nonresponsible.

(d) Nothing contained in the foregoing shall be construed to require establishment of a system of records in order to
render, in good faith, the certification required by paragraph (a) of this provision. The knowledge and information of
an Offeror is not required to exceed that which is normally possessed by a prudent person in the ordinary course of
business dealings.

(e) The certification in paragraph (a) of this provision is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was
placed when making award. If it is later determined that the Offeror knowingly rendered an erroneous certification,
in addition to other remedies available to the Government, the Contracting Officer may terminate the contract
resulting from this solicitation for default.

(End of provision)



52.215-22 LIMITATIONS ON PASS-THROUGH CHARGES--IDENTIFICATION OF SUBCONTRACT
EFFORT (OCT 2009)

(a) Definitions. Added value, excessive pass-through charge, subcontract, and subcontractor, as used in this
provision, are defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled ``Limitations on Pass-Through Charges'' (FAR
52.215-23).

(b) General. The offeror's proposal shall exclude excessive pass-through charges.

(c) Performance of work by the Contractor or a subcontractor. (1) The offeror shall identify in its proposal the total
cost of the work to be performed by the offeror, and the total cost of the work to be performed by each subcontractor,
under the contract, task order, or delivery order.

(2) If the offeror intends to subcontract more than 70 percent of the total cost of work to be performed under the
contract, task order, or delivery order, the offeror shall identify in its proposal--

(i) The amount of the offeror's indirect costs and profit/fee applicable to the work to be performed by the
subcontractor(s); and

(ii) A description of the added value provided by the offeror as related to the work to be performed by the
subcontractor(s).

(3) If any subcontractor proposed under the contract, task order, or delivery order intends to subcontract to a lower-
tier subcontractor more than 70 percent of the total cost of work to be performed under its subcontract, the offeror
shall identify in its proposal--

(i) The amount of the subcontractor's indirect costs and profit/fee applicable to the work to be performed by the
lower-tier subcontractor(s); and

(ii) A description of the added value provided by the subcontractor as related to the work to be performed by the
lower-tier subcontractor(s).
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(End of provision)




52.219-1     SMALL BUSINESS PROGRAM REPRESENTATIONS (APR 2012) - ALTERNATE I (APR 2011)

(a)(1) The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is 236220.

(2) The small business size standard is $33,500,000.

(3) The small business size standard for a concern which submits an offer in its own name, other than on a
construction or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product which it did not itself manufacture, is 500
employees.

(b) Representations. (1) The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a small business concern.

(2) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents, for general statistical purposes, that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a small disadvantaged business
concern as defined in 13 CFR 124.1002.

(3) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a women-owned small business concern.

(4) Women-owned small business (WOSB) concern eligible under the WOSB Program. [Complete only if the
offeror represented itself as a women-owned small business concern in paragraph (b)(3) of this provision.] The
offeror represents as part of its offer that--

(i) It ( ) is, ( ) is not a WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program, has provided all the required documents
to the WOSB Repository, and no change in circumstances or adverse decisions have been issued that affects its
eligibility; and

(ii) It [ ] is, [ ] is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 127, and the
representation in paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this provision is accurate for each WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB
Program participating in the joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or names of the WOSB concern eligible
under the WOSB Program and other small businesses that are participating in the joint venture: ----------.] Each
WOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program participating in the joint venture shall submit a separate signed
copy of the WOSB representation.

(5) Economically disadvantaged women-owned small business (EDWOSB) concern. [Complete only if the offeror
represented itself as a women-owned small business concern eligible under the WOSB Program in (b)(4) of this
provision.] The offeror represents as part of its offer that--

(i) It ( ) is, ( ) is not an EDWOSB concern eligible under the WOSB Program, has provided all the required
documents to the WOSB Repository, and no change in circumstances or adverse decisions have been issued that
affects its eligibility; and

 (ii) It [ ] is, [ ] is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 127, and the
representation in paragraph (b)(5)(i) of this provision is accurate for each EDWOSB concern participating in the
joint venture. [The offeror shall enter the name or names of the EDWOSB concern and other small businesses that
are participating in the joint venture: ----------.] Each EDWOSB concern participating in the joint venture shall
submit a separate signed copy of the EDWOSB representation.
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(6) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.)
The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a veteran-owned small business concern.

(7) (Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a veteran-owned small business concern in paragraph (b)(6) of
this provision.) The offeror represents as part of its offer that it ( ) is, ( ) is not a service-disabled veteran-owned
small business concern.

(8) [Complete only if the offeror represented itself as a small business concern in paragraph (b)(1) of this provision.]
The offeror represents, as part of its offer, that--

(i) It ( ) is, ( ) is not a HUBZone small business concern listed, on the date of this representation, on the List of
Qualified HUBZone Small Business Concerns maintained by the Small Business Administration, and no material
change in ownership and control, principal office, or HUBZone employee percentage has occurred since it was
certified by the Small Business Administration in accordance with 13 CFR part 126; and

(ii) It ( ) is, ( ) is not a joint venture that complies with the requirements of 13 CFR part 126, and the representation
in paragraph (b)(8)(i) of this provision is accurate for the HUBZone small business concern or concerns that are
participating in the joint venture. (The offeror shall enter the name or names of the HUBZone small business concern
or concerns that are participating in the joint venture:____________.) Each HUBZone small business concern
participating in the joint venture shall submit a separate signed copy of the HUBZone representation.

(9) (Complete if offeror represented itself as disadvantaged in paragraph (b)(2) of this provision.) The offeror shall
check the category in which its ownership falls:

____ Black American.

____ Hispanic American.

____ Native American (American Indians, Eskimos, Aleuts, or Native Hawaiians).

____ Asian-Pacific American (persons with origins from Burma, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei,
Japan, China, Taiwan, Laos, Cambodia (Kampuchea), Vietnam, Korea, The Philippines, U.S. Trust Territory of the
Pacific Islands (Republic of Palau), Republic of the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, the
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Samoa, Macao, Hong Kong, Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu,
or Nauru).

____ Subcontinent Asian (Asian-Indian) American (persons with origins from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri
Lanka, Bhutan, the Maldives Islands, or Nepal).

____ Individual/concern, other than one of the preceding.

(c) Definitions. As used in this provision--

Service-disabled veteran-owned small business concern--

(1) Means a small business concern--

(i) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more service-disabled veterans or, in the case of any
publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more service-disabled
veterans; and

(ii) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more service-disabled veterans
or, in the case of a service-disabled veteran with permanent and severe disability, the spouse or permanent caregiver
of such veteran.
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(2) Service-disabled veteran means a veteran, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(2), with a disability that is service-
connected, as defined in 38 U.S.C. 101(16).

"Small business concern," means a concern, including its affiliates, that is independently owned and operated, not
dominant in the field of operation in which it is bidding on Government contracts, and qualified as a small business
under the criteria in 13 CFR Part 121 and the size standard in paragraph (a) of this provision.

Veteran-owned small business concern means a small business concern--

(1) Not less than 51 percent of which is owned by one or more veterans (as defined at 38 U.S.C. 101(2)) or, in the
case of any publicly owned business, not less than 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more
veterans; and

(2) The management and daily business operations of which are controlled by one or more veterans.

"Women-owned small business concern," means a small business concern --

(1) That is at least 51 percent owned by one or more women or, in the case of any publicly owned business, at least
51 percent of the stock of which is owned by one or more women; or

(2) Whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more women.

(d) Notice.

(1) If this solicitation is for supplies and has been set aside, in whole or in part, for small business concerns, then the
clause in this solicitation providing notice of the set-aside contains restrictions on the source of the end items to be
furnished.

(2) Under 15 U.S.C. 645(d), any person who misrepresents a firm's status as a small, HUBZone small, small
disadvantaged, or women-owned small business concern in order to obtain a contract to be awarded under the
preference programs established pursuant to section 8(a), 8(d), 9, or 15 of the Small Business Act or any other
provision of Federal law that specifically references section 8(d) for a definition of program eligibility, shall--

(i) Be punished by imposition of fine, imprisonment, or both;

(ii) Be subject to administrative remedies, including suspension and debarment; and

(iii) Be ineligible for participation in programs conducted under the authority of the Act.

(End of provision)



52.222-18 CERTIFICATION REGARDING KNOWLEDGE OF CHILD LABOR FOR LISTED END
PRODUCTS (FEBRUARY 2001)

(a) Definition.

Forced or indentured child labor means all work or service--

(1) Exacted from any person under the age of 18 under the menace of any penalty for its nonperformance and for
which the worker does not offer himself voluntarily; or
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(2) Performed by any person under the age of 18 pursuant to a contract the enforcement of which can be
accomplished by process or penalties.

(b) Listed end products. The following end product(s) being acquired under this solicitation is (are) included in the
List of Products Requiring Contractor Certification as to Forced or Indentured Child Labor, identified by their
country of origin. There is a reasonable basis to believe that listed endproducts from the listed countries of origin
may have been mined, produced, or manufactured by forced or indentured child labor.

Listed End Product

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Listed Countries of Origin

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(c) Certification. The Government will not make award to an offeror unless the offeror, by checking the appropriate
block, certifies to either paragraph (c)(1) or paragraph (c)(2) of this provision.

( ) (1) The offeror will not supply any end product listed in paragraph (b) of this provision that was mined,
produced, or manufactured in a corresponding country as listed for that end product.

( ) (2) The offeror may supply an end product listed in paragraph (b) of this provision that was mined, produced, or
manufactured in the corresponding country as listed for that product. The offeror certifies that it has made a good
faith effort to determine whether forced or indentured child labor was used to mine, produce, or manufacture such
end product. On the basis of those efforts, the offeror certifies that it is not aware of any such use of child labor.

(End of provision)


52.222-22        PREVIOUS CONTRACTS AND COMPLIANCE REPORTS (FEB 1999)

The offeror represents that --

(a) ( ) It has, ( ) has not participated in a previous contract or subcontract subject to the Equal Opportunity clause of
this solicitation;

(b) ( ) It has, ( ) has not, filed all required compliance reports; and

(c) Representations indicating submission of required compliance reports, signed by proposed subcontractors, will be
obtained before subcontract awards.

(End of provision)



52.222-25       AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMPLIANCE (APR 1984)

The offeror represents that

(a) [ ] it has developed and has on file, [ ] has not developed and does not have on file, at each establishment,
affirmative action programs required by the rules and regulations of the Secretary of Labor (41 CFR 60-1 and 60-2),
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or

(b) [ ] has not previously had contracts subject to the written affirmative action programs requirement of the rules
and regulations of the Secretary of Labor.

(End of provision)


252.204-7007 ALTERNATE A, ANNUAL REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS (MAR 2012)

Substitute the following paragraphs (d) and (e) for paragraph (d) of the provision at FAR 52.204-8

(d)(1) The following representations or certifications in ORCA are applicable to this solicitation as indicated:

(i) 252.209-7001, Disclosure of Ownership or Control by the Government of a Terrorist Country. Applies to all
solicitations expected to result in contracts of $150,000 or more.

(ii) 252.209-7003, Reserve Officer Training Corps and Military Recruiting on Campus--Representation. Applies to
all solicitations with institutions of higher education.

(iii) 252.216-7008, Economic Price Adjustment--Wage Rates or Material Prices Controlled by a Foreign
Government. Applies to solicitations for fixed-price supply and service contracts when the contract is to be
performed wholly or in part in a foreign country, and a foreign government controls wage rates or material prices and
may during contract performance impose a mandatory change in wages or prices of materials.

(iv) 252.225-7042, Authorization to Perform. Applies to all solicitations when performance will be wholly or in part
in a foreign country.

(v) 252.229-7012, Tax Exemptions (Italy)--Representation. Applies to solicitations when contract performance will
be in Italy.

(vi) 252.229-7013, Tax Exemptions (Spain)--Representation. Applies to solicitations when contract performance will
be in Spain.

(2) The following representations or certifications in ORCA are applicable to this solicitation as indicated by the
Contracting Officer: [Contracting Officer check as appropriate.]

____ (i) 252.209-7002, Disclosure of Ownership or Control by a Foreign Government.

____ (ii) 252.225-7000, Buy American Act--Balance of Payments Program Certificate.

____ (iii) 252.225-7020, Trade Agreements Certificate.

____Use with Alternate I.

____ (iv) 252.225-7022, Trade Agreements Certificate--Inclusion of Iraqi End Products.

____ (v) 252.225-7031, Secondary Arab Boycott of Israel.

____ (vi) 252.225-7035, Buy American Act--Free Trade Agreements--Balance of Payments Program Certificate.

____ Use with Alternate I.

____ Use with Alternate II.
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____ Use with Alternate III.

(e) The offeror has completed the annual representations and certifications electronically via the Online
representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) Web site at https://www.acquisition.gov/. After reviewing the
ORCA database information, the offeror verifies by submission of the offer that the representations and certifications
currently posted electronically that apply to this solicitation as indicated in FAR 52.204-8(c) and paragraph (d) of
this provision have been entered or updated within the last 12 months, are current, accurate, complete, and applicable
to this solicitation (including the business size standard applicable to theNAICS code referenced for this solicitation),
as of the date of this offer, and are incorporated in this offer by reference (see FAR 4.1201); except for the changes
identified below [offeror to insert changes, identifying change by provision number, title, date]. These amended
representation(s) and/or certification(s) are also incorporated in this offer and are current, accurate, and complete
as of the date of this offer.

 FAR/DFARS Clause #                    Title                       Date                       Change



Any changes provided by the offeror are applicable to this solicitation only, and do not result in an update to the
representations and certifications posted on ORCA.

(End of provision)




252.209-7999 REPRESENTATION BY CORPORATIONS REGARDING AN UNPAID DELINQUENT
TAX LIABILITY OR A FELONY CONVICTION UNDER ANY FEDERAL LAW (DEVIATION 2012-
O0004) (JAN 2012)

(a) In accordance with sections 8124 and 8125 of Division A of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2012,(Pub. L.
112-74) none of the funds made available by that Act may be used to enter into a contract with any corporation that
(1) Has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies
have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the
authority responsible for collecting the tax liability, where the awarding agency is aware of the unpaid tax liability,
unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the corporation and made a determination that this
further action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government.
(2) Was convicted of a felony criminal violation under any Federal law within the preceding 24 months, where the
awarding agency is aware of the conviction, unless the agency has considered suspension or debarment of the
corporation and made a determination that this action is not necessary to protect the interests of the Government.
(b) The Offeror represents that—

(1) It is [ ___ ] is not [ ___ ] a corporation that has any unpaid Federal tax liability that has been
assessed, for which all judicial and administrative remedies have been exhausted or have lapsed, and that
is not being paid in a timely manner pursuant to an agreement with the authority responsible for
collecting the tax liability,

(2) It is [ ___ ] is not [ ___ ] a corporation that was convicted of a felony criminal violation under a
Federal law within the preceding 24 months.

(End of provision)
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Section L - Instructions, Conditions and Notices to Bidders

INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS

A. SOLICITATION/PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS


L-I - Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by Reference


NOTICE: Pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.252-1, "SOLICITATION PROVISIONS
INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE," the following provisions are incorporated herein by reference:

A. SOLICITATION PROVISIONS:

PARAGRAPH                   TITLE                                                DATE
52.215-1                    INSTRUCTION TO OFFERORS-                             JAN 2004
                            COMPETITIVE ACQUISITION
52.232-13                   NOTICE OF PROGRESS PAYMENTS                          APR 1984
252.209-7001                DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP OR                           JAN 2009
                            CONTROL BY THE GOVERNMENT OF A
                            TERRORIST COUNTRY
52.222-24                   PREAWARD ON-SITE EQUAL                               FEB 1999
                            OPPORTUNITYCOMPLIANCE
                            EVALUATION
52.232-28                   INVITIATION TO PROPOSE                               MAR 2000
                            PERFORMANCE-BASED PAYMENTS

L-II – Solicitation Provisions in Full Text

52.215-20 REQUIREMENTS FOR COST OR PRICING DATA OR INFORMATION OTHER THAN
CERTIFIED COST OR PRICING DATA (OCT 2010)

(a) Exceptions from certified cost or pricing data. (1) In lieu of submitting certified cost or pricing data, offerors may
submit a written request for exception by submitting the information described in the following subparagraphs. The
Contracting Officer may require additional supporting information, but only to the extent necessary to determine
whether an exception should be granted, and whether the price is fair and reasonable.

(i) Identification of the law or regulation establishing the price offered. If the price is controlled under law by
periodic rulings, reviews, or similar actions of a governmental body, attach a copy of the controlling document,
unless it was previously submitted to the contracting office.

(ii) Commercial item exception. For a commercial item exception, the offeror shall submit, at a minimum,
information on prices at which the same item or similar items have previously been sold in the commercial market
that is adequate for evaluating the reasonableness of the price for this acquisition. Such information may include--

(A) For catalog items, a copy of or identification of the catalog and its date, or the appropriate pages for the offered
items, or a statement that the catalog is on file in the buying office to which the proposal is being submitted. Provide
a copy or describe current discount policies and price lists (published or unpublished), e.g., wholesale, original
equipment manufacturer, or reseller. Also explain the basis of each offered price and its relationship to the
established catalog price, including how the proposed price relates to the price of recent sales in quantities similar to
the proposed quantities;
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(B) For market-priced items, the source and date or period of the market quotation or other basis for market price,
the base amount, and applicable discounts. In addition, describe the nature of the market;

(C) For items included on an active Federal Supply Service Multiple Award Schedule contract, proof that an
exception has been granted for the schedule item.

(2) The offeror grants the Contracting Officer or an authorized representative the right to examine, at any time before
award, books, records, documents, or other directly pertinent records to verify any request for an exception under
this provision, and the reasonableness of price. For items priced using catalog or market prices, or law or regulation
, access does not extend to cost or profit information or other data relevant solely to the offeror's determination of the
prices to be offered in the catalog or marketplace.

(b) Requirements for certified cost or pricing data. If the offeror is not granted an exception from the requirement to
submit certified cost or pricing data, the following applies:

(1) The offeror shall prepare and submit certified cost or pricing data, data other than certified cost or pricing data,
and supporting attachments in accordance with the instructions contained in Table 15-2 of FAR 15.408, which is
incorporated by reference with the same force and effect as though it were inserted here in full text. The instructions
in Table 15-2 are incorporated as a mandatory format to be used in this contract, unless the Contracting Officer and
the Contractor agree to a different format and change this clause to use Alternate I.

As soon as practicable after agreement on price, but before contract award (except for unpriced actions such as letter
contracts), the offeror shall submit a Certificate of Current Cost or Pricing Data, as prescribed by FAR 15.406-2.

(End of provision)


52.216-1 TYPE OF CONTRACT (APR 1984)
The Government contemplates award of a Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract resulting from this
solicitation. (End of provision)

52.222-5 DAVIS-BACON ACT--SECONDARY SITE OF THE WORK (JUL 2005)

(a)(1) The offeror shall notify the Government if the offeror intends to perform work at any secondary site of the
work, as defined in paragraph (a)(1)(ii) of the FAR clause at 52.222-6, Davis-Bacon Act, of this solicitation.

(2) If the offeror is unsure if a planned work site satisfies the criteria for a secondary site of the work, the offeror
shall request a determination from the Contracting Officer.

(b)(1) If the wage determination provided by the Government for work at the primary site of the work is not
applicable to the secondary site of the work, the offeror shall request a wage determination from the Contracting
Officer.

(2) The due date for receipt of offers will not be extended as a result of an offeror's request for a wage determination
for a secondary site of the work.

(End of provision)


52.222-23 NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION TO ENSURE EQUAL
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSTRUCTION (FEB 1999)

(a) The offeror's attention is called to the Equal Opportunity clause and the Affirmative Action Compliance
Requirements for Construction clause of this solicitation.
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(b) The goals for minority and female participation, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's


aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows:

             Goals for minority participation for each       Goals for female participation for each
             trade                                           trade

                           27.2                                               6.9


These goals are applicable to all the Contractor's construction work performed in the covered area. If the Contractor
performs construction work in a geographical area located outside of the covered area, the Contractor shall apply the
goals established for the geographical area where the work is actually performed. Goals are published periodically in
the Federal Register in notice form, and these notices may be obtained from any Office of Federal Contract
Compliance Programs office.

(c) The Contractor's compliance with Executive Order 11246, as amended, and the regulations in 41 CFR 60-4 shall
be based on (1) its implementation of the Equal Opportunity clause, (2) specific affirmative action obligations
required by the clause entitled "Affirmative Action Compliance Requirements for Construction,'' and (3) its efforts to
meet the goals. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout
the length of the contract, and in each trade. The Contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ minorities and
women evenly on each of its projects. The transfer of minority or female employees or trainees from Contractor to
Contractor, or from project to project, for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a violation of
the contract, Executive Order 11246, as amended, and the regulations in 41 CFR 60-4. Compliance with the goals
will be measured against the total work hours performed.

(d) The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Federal Contract
Compliance, U.S. Department of Labor, within 10 working days following award of any construction subcontract in
excess of $10,000 at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The
notification shall list the --

(1) Name, address, and telephone number of the subcontractor;

(2) Employer's identification number of the subcontractor;

(3) Estimated dollar amount of the subcontract;

(4) Estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and

(5) Geographical area in which the subcontract is to be performed.
(e) As used in this Notice, and in any contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is Fort Gordon, GA.
 (End of provision)

52.225-10    NOTICE OF BUY AMERICAN ACT REQUIREMENT--CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS (FEB
2009)

(a) Definitions. “Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item,” “construction material,” “domestic
construction material,” and “foreign construction material,” as used in this provision, are defined in the clause of this
solicitation entitled “Buy American Act--Construction Materials” (Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause
52.225-9).
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(b) Requests for determinations of inapplicability. An offeror requesting a determination regarding the inapplicability
of the Buy American Act should submit the request to the Contracting Officer in time to allow a determination before
submission of offers. The offeror shall include the information and applicable supporting data required by
paragraphs (c) and (d) of the clause at FAR 52.225-9 in the request. If an offeror has not requested a determination
regarding the inapplicability of the Buy American Act before submitting its offer, or has not received a response to a
previous request, the offeror shall include the information and supporting data in the offer.

(c) Evaluation of offers. (1) The Government will evaluate an offer requesting exception to the requirements of the
Buy American Act, based on claimed unreasonable cost of domestic construction material, by adding to the offered
price the appropriate percentage of the cost of such foreign construction material, as specified in paragraph (b)(3)(i)
of the clause at FAR 52.225-9.

(2) If evaluation results in a tie between an offeror that requested the substitution of foreign construction material
based on unreasonable cost and an offeror that did not request an exception, the Contracting Officer will award to the
offeror that did not request an exception based on unreasonable cost.

(d) Alternate offers.

(1) When an offer includes foreign construction material not listed by the Government in this solicitation in
paragraph (b)(2) of the clause at FAR 52.225-9, the offeror also may submit an alternate offer based on use of
equivalent domestic construction material.

(2) If an alternate offer is submitted, the offeror shall submit a separate Standard Form 1442 for the alternate offer,
and a separate price comparison table prepared in accordance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of the clause at FAR
52.225-9 for the offer that is based on the use of any foreign construction material for which the Government has not
yet determined an exception applies.

(3) If the Government determines that a particular exception requested in accordance with paragraph (c) of the clause
at FAR 52.225-9 does not apply, the Government will evaluate only those offers based on use of the equivalent
domestic construction material, and the offeror shall be required to furnish such domestic construction material. An
offer based on use of the foreign construction material for which an exception was requested--

(i) Will be rejected as nonresponsive if this acquisition is conducted by sealed bidding; or

(ii) May be accepted if revised during negotiations.

(End of provision)

52.225-12 NOTICE OF BUY AMERICAN ACT REQUIREMENT-- CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS UNDER
TRADE AGREEMENTS (FEB 2009)

(a) Definitions. “Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item,” “construction material,” “designated country
construction material,” “domestic construction material,” and “foreign construction material,” as used in this
provision, are defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled “Buy American Act-- Construction Materials Under
Trade Agreements” (Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause 52.225-11).

(b) Requests for determination of inapplicability. An offeror requesting a determination regarding the inapplicability
of the Buy American Act should submit the request to the Contracting Officer in time to allow a determination before
submission of offers. The offeror shall include the information and applicable supporting data required by
paragraphs (c) and (d) of FAR clause 52.225-11 in the request. If an offeror has not requested a determination
regarding the inapplicability of the Buy American Act before submitting its offer, or has not received a response to a
previous request, the offeror shall include the information and supporting data in the offer.
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(c) Evaluation of offers. (1) The Government will evaluate an offer requesting exception to the requirements of the
Buy American Act, based on claimed unreasonable cost of domestic construction materials, by adding to the offered
price the appropriate percentage of the cost of such foreign construction material, as specified in paragraph (b)(4)(i)
of FAR clause 52.225-11.

(2) If evaluation results in a tie between an offeror that requested the substitution of foreign construction material
based on unreasonable cost and an offeror that did not request an exception, the Contracting Officer will award to the
offeror that did not request an exception based on unreasonable cost.

(d) Alternate offers. (1) When an offer includes foreign construction material, other than designated country
construction material, that is not listed by the Government in this solicitation in paragraph (b)(3) of FAR clause
52.225-11, the offeror also may submit an alternate offer based on use of equivalent domestic or designated country
construction material.

(2) If an alternate offer is submitted, the offeror shall submit a separate Standard Form 1442 for the alternate offer,
and a separate price comparison table prepared in accordance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of FAR clause 52.225-11
for the offer that is based on the use of any foreign construction material for which the Government has not yet
determined an exception applies.

(3) If the Government determines that a particular exception requested in accordance with paragraph (c) of FAR
clause 52.225-11 does not apply, the Government will evaluate only those offers based on use of the equivalent
domestic or designated country construction material, and the offeror shall be required to furnish such domestic or
designated country construction material. An offer based on use of the foreign construction material for which an
exception was requested-- (i) Will be rejected as nonresponsive if this acquisition is conducted by sealed bidding; or

(ii) May be accepted if revised during negotiations.

(End of provision)

  SERVICE OF PROTEST (SEP 2006)

(a) Protests, as defined in section 33.101 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation, that are filed directly with an
agency, and copies of any protests that are filed with the Government Accountability Office (GAO), shall be served
on the Contracting Officer (addressed as follows) by obtaining written and dated acknowledgment of receipt from

Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC)
Installation Contracting Office – FT Gordon
ATTN: CCMI-CLV-GO (Mr. Jordan Rhoades)
Winship Hall, 419 B Street
          Bldg 29718, 3rd Floor
FT Gordon, GA 30905-5719
706-791-1818
jordan.c.rhoades.civ@mail.mil



(b) The copy of any protest shall be received in the office designated above within one day of filing a protest with the
GAO.

(End of provision)


52.236-27    SITE VISIT (CONSTRUCTION) (FEB 1995)
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(a) The clauses at 52.236-2, Differing Site Conditions, and 52.236-3, Site Investigations and Conditions Affecting
the Work, will be included in any contract awarded as a result of this solicitation. Accordingly, offerors or quoters
are urged and expected to inspect the site where the work will be performed.

(b) Site visits may be arranged during normal duty hours by contacting:

Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC)
Installation Contracting Office – FT Gordon
ATTN: CCMI-CLV-GO (Mr. Jordan Rhoades)
Winship Hall, 419 B Street
          Bldg 29718, 3rd Floor
FT Gordon, GA 30905-5719
706-791-1818
jordan.c.rhoades.civ@mail.mil

(End of provision)

52.252-1      SOLICITATION PROVISIONS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (FEB 1998)

This solicitation incorporates one or more solicitation provisions by reference, with the same force and effect as if
they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer will make their full text available. The offeror is
cautioned that the listed provisions may include blocks that must be completed by the offeror and submitted with its
quotation or offer. In lieu of submitting the full text of those provisions, the offeror may identify the provision by
paragraph identifier and provide the appropriate information with its quotation or offer. Also, the full text of a
solicitation provision may be accessed electronically at this/these address(es):

http://www.arnet.gov/far

http://farsite.hill.af.mil.


L-III– PROPOSAL PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS

A. General Instructions

   1. The selection of a source for award purposes will be conducted utilizing source selection (negotiated)
procedures as delineated in FAR Part 15.3. Offers will be evaluated using the criteria under Section M, “Evaluation
Factors for Award.” Noncompliance with the Request for Proposal (RFP) requirements may hamper the
Government's ability to properly evaluate the proposal and may result in elimination of the proposal from further
consideration for contract award.

    2. The Offer. The submission of the documentation specified below will constitute the offeror's acceptance of
the terms and conditions of the RFP, concurrence with the Performance Work Statement, and contract type.

    3. It is the Government’s intention to award without discussions based soley upon initial offers and without
providing the opportunity to offerors to submit revised proposals. Accordingly each technical offer must contain the
offeror’s best terms from a technical and price standpoint. However, in accordance with (IAW) FAR Part 15.306,
should discussions become necessary, the Government reserves the right to hold them. If this occurs, a competitive
range will be determined and offerors notified. The competitive range may be limited for purposes of efficiency
IAW FAR Part 15.306 (c)(2).

    4. Instructions outlined in paragraph C below, prescribe the format for the proposal and describe the approach
for the development and presentation of proposal data. These instructions are designed to ensure the submission of
necessary information to provide for the understanding and comprehensive evaluation of proposals.
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    5. If an offeror believes that the requirements in these instructions contain an error, an ambiguity, omission, or
are otherwise deemed unsound, the offeror shall immediately notify the KO in writing with supporting rationale. The
offeror is reminded that the Government reserves the right to award this effort based on the initial proposal, as
received, without discussion.

   6. In accordance with FAR Subpart 4.8 (Government Contract Files), the Government will retain one copy of all
unsuccessful proposals. Unless the offeror requests otherwise, the Government will destroy extra copies of such
unsuccessful proposals.

    7. All referenced documents for this solicitation are available on the Federal Business Opportunities
(FedBizOpps) website at http://www.fedbizzopps.gov and Army Single Face to Industry (ASFI) at
http://acquisition.army.mil/. Potential offerors are encouraged to subscribe for real-time e-mail notifications when
information has been posted to the website for this solicitation.

    8. Debriefings. The KO will promptly notify offerors of any decision to exclude them from the competitive
range, whereupon they may request and receive a debriefing in accordance with FAR 15.505. The KO will notify
offerors who were in the competitive range of the source but were not selected for award in accordance with FAR
15.503(b). Upon such notification, unsuccessful offerors may request and receive a debriefing in accordance with
the requirements of FAR 15.506.


B. Proposal Submittal and Inquiries.

Proposals shall be submitted prior to the closing date and time identified on Standard Form 1442 (Solicitation, Offer,
and Award) to the following address:

Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Fort Gordon
ATTN: CCMI-CLV-GO (Mr. Jordan Rhoades or Sandra Womack
Winship Hall, 419 B Street
Bldg 29718, 3rd Floor
FT Gordon, GA 30905-5719

   2. Electronic submissions via email or facsimile will not be accepted. Offers shall be mailed through a
commercial/Government carrier or hand carried.

    3. The point of contact responsible for supplying additional information and answering all inquiries is the
Contracting Officer via the Contract Specialist. Address all questions or concerns the offeror may have to the
Contract Specialist and Contracting Officer Jordan Rhoades and Sandra Womack, 706-791-1818 or 706-791-1823.
All questions regarding this solicitation shall be submitted in writing via email no later than 16:00 on 20 August
2012 (email is the preferred method):

         sandra.h.womack.civ@mail.mil

     4. Site Visit. The Government will hold a site visit at Fort Gordon, GA on 15 August 2012 beginning at 10:00
in Bldg 29718, Winship Hall 419 B Street, 3rd FL, Fort Gordon, GA 30905. All interested firms may attend with a
limit of three (3) attendees per firm. Please submit, in writing, the names of attendees to the KO by 10 August 2012,
4:00 p.m. There will be a Pre-Proposal Conference held at the conclusion of the site visit and will be held at 2:00
p.m. in Bldg 29718, Winship Hall, 3rd Floor. Technical questions will be addressed during the course of the site
visit. If the Government responses to technical questions affect the Performance Work Statement requirements or
any other portion of the solicitation, then an Amendment of Solicitation will be issued.


C. Proposal Preparation Instructions
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Offerer’s proposal shall consist of 4 volumes:

 VOLUME                         TITLE
   I                       RFP Documents
   II                      Technical Proposal
   III                     Past Performance (Past 6 years)
   IV                      Price Proposal

     2. Proposal Format

       (a) Offerors shall submit an original and the number of copies listed in paragraph (c) below of their proposal.

       (b) Exceptions. Offerors are required to meet all solicitation requirements, such as terms and conditions,
representations and certifications, and technical requirements, in addition to those identified as evaluation factors and
subfactors (Sections A through M). Failure to meet a requirement may result in an offer being ineligible for award.
If the offeror finds it necessary to take exception to any of the requirements specified in this solicitation, the offeror
shall clearly identify the applicable Volume and exceptions with a complete explanation of why the exception was
taken, what benefit accrues to the Government (if any), and its impact, if any, on the performance, schedule, cost,
and specific requirements of the solicitation. Each exception shall be specifically related to each paragraph and/or
specific part of the solicitation to which the exception is taken. Offerors are cautioned that taking an exception
may render the offer ineligible for award. This information shall be provided in the format below.

Table 1 - Solicitation Exceptions

 Solicitation                  Page/                     Requirement/                         Rationale & Impact
 Document                      Paragraph                 Portion

 Section B, PWS/SOO/           Applicable                Identify the requirement or          Describe
 SOW, Section L&M, etc.        Page and Paragraph        portion to which exception is        The rationale and
                               Numbers                   taken                                impact of the
                                                                                              exception

       (c) The proposals shall be organized into 4 volumes. Each volume of the proposal should be separately
           bound in a three-ring loose leaf binder which shall permit the volume to lie flat when open. A cover sheet
           should be bound in each book, clearly marked as to volume number, title, copy number, solicitation
           identification and the offeror's name. The same identifying data should be placed on the spine of each
           binder. All text shall be single spaced and printed black on white paper (Black and white requirement does
           not apply to graphics, photos, etc., Company stationary and logos are acceptable). Printing shall be easily
           readable (12-pitch Times New Roman font. Tables and charts can have proportional font sizes). Cross-
           references should be utilized to preclude unnecessary duplication of data between sections. In addition to
           submitting hard copies of the proposals, digital copies shall be provided on CD-ROM disk in Microsoft
           Word, PowerPoint and/or Excel as outlined in Table 2. The file name shall be “Company Name – Initial”
           for the first submission. The file name of later submissions (if necessary), shall be “Company Name –
           Revision X’ with X indicating the number of the revision. Page limitations are as follows:

Table 2
 VOLUME              TITLE                        NO. HARD                  NO. OF                PAGE LIMITS
                                                  COPIES                    DIGITAL
                                                                            COPIES (CD
                                                                            ROM)
 I                   General                      1                         1                     RFP + 30 Pages
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 II                   Technical Proposal          4                        1                    65


 III                  Past Performance            4                        1                    10
 IV                   Price Proposal              3                        1                    IAW SECTION B
                                                                                                “Price Proposal”

       (d) Proposal Limitation. The proposal shall not exceed the limits stated above. If the page limits are
exceeded, the pages in excess of the limit shall be removed and returned, unread, to the offeror. The Government
will not accept any changes to the contractor’s proposal after the closing date of the solicitation (See FAR 15.208 for
further information regarding late proposals). If discussions become necessary, page limitations may be placed on
responses to Evaluation Notices (ENs). The specified page limits for EN responses will be identified in the letters
forwarding the ENs to the offerors.

        (e) Page Limit Includes: All appendices, charts, graphs, diagrams, tables, photographs, drawings, etc.

      (f) Page Limit does not include covers for volumes, tables of contents, glossary of abbreviations and
acronyms, indices, title pages, cross reference indices, and section dividers/tables if they are inserted solely to
provide ease to the reader in locating parts/sections of the proposal. Pages will be counted if they contain any other
information, i.e., diagrams, extraneous data, etc. Pages marked “This page intentionally left blank” will not be
counted.

       (g) What Counts As A Page? A page shall be an 8 ½ X 11” sheet of paper. When both sides of a sheet
display printed material, it shall be counted as two pages. Fold-outs will be counted as the appropriate number of
pages based on an 8 ½” X 11” sheet of paper. Margins shall be at least 1 inch on the top and bottom and 3/4 inch
on the side. The Contractor shall number each page in order to eliminate any confusion. In the event contractor
creates an ambiguity in their numbering of pages, the Government may exercise its own discretion in counting pages.
In the event contractor creates an ambiguity in their numbering of pages, the Government may exercise its own
discretion in counting pages.

      (h) Indexing. Each volume shall contain a more detailed table of contents to delineate the subparagraphs
within that volume. Tab indexing shall be used to identify sections.

         (i) Glossary of Abbreviations and Acronyms. Each volume shall contain a glossary of all abbreviations
and acronyms used, with a definition for each.

      3. Proposal Content

      (a) Volume I – RFP Documents , Part 1 must be clearly marked Volume I RFP Documents, RFP W91249-12-
R-0002. Offerors are required to submit a completed SF 1442, (Solicitation, Offer and Award) (including
acknowledgment of Amendments), Section B, and Section K. All final monetary extensions shall be in whole dollars
only. Failure to follow the below Contract Proposal preparation instructions may cause your proposal to be deemed
unacceptable by the Government. The General Volume shall be organized as follows and contain the identified
information.

            TAB A, Exceptions/Assumptions (if required) - Identification and explanation of any exceptions or
deviations. Additionally, any assumptions used in the proposal preparation must be identified.

          TAB B, Solicitation, Offer and Award - The SF 1442 shall be submitted fully completed. The offeror is
cautioned that the SF 1442 must contain an original signature in block 20B of the form. The contractor shall
acknowledge any amendments to the RFP in accordance with the instructions on the SF 1442 and with Section L,
FAR 52.215-1(b), Instruction to Offerors—Competitive Acquisition. The offeror shall provide the name, title and
telephone number of the company/division point of contact regarding decisions made with respect to your proposal
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and who can obligate your company contractually. Also, identify those individuals authorized to negotiate with the
Government.

            TAB C, Section B (Supplies or Services and Prices/Costs) - Section B shall be submitted fully completed
and error free. It shall contain the offeror’s prices for the established Contract Line Items Numbers (CLINS).

          TAB D, Section K (Representation, Certifications, and Other Statements of Offerors) – The offeror shall
ensure that Section K is submitted thoroughly completed with all blocks in each certification/representation
completed truthfully and completely.

     (b) Volume II – RFP Documents , Part 1 must be clearly marked Volume II RFP Documents, RFP W91249-
12-R-0002

             (1) The Technical Volume shall be clear, concise, and include sufficient detail for effective evaluation
and for substantiating the validity of stated claims in the Offeror’s proposal. Legibility, clarity and coherence are
very important. Your responses will be evaluated against the Technical factors defined in Section M, Evaluation
Factors for Award. The proposal should not simply rephrase or restate the Government's requirements, but rather
shall provide convincing rationale to address how the offeror intends to meet these requirements. Statements that the
offeror understands, can, or will comply with the PWS (including referenced publications, technical data, etc.);
statements paraphrasing the PWS or parts thereof (including applicable publications, technical data, etc.); and
phrases such as “standard procedures will be employed” or “well known techniques will be used,” etc., will be
considered unacceptable. Offerors shall assume that the Government has no prior knowledge of their facilities and
experience, and will base its evaluation on the information presented in the offeror's proposal. Elaborate brochures
or documentation, binding, detailed art work, or other embellishments are unnecessary and are not desired.
           (2) The Technical Volume shall, at a minimum, be prepared in a form consistent with the Performance
Work Statement (PWS) and the evaluation criteria for award set forth in Section M of this solicitation. The section
shall be prepared in an orderly format and in sufficient detail to enable the Government to make a thorough
evaluation of the contractor’s technical competence and ability to comply with the contract task requirements
specified in the PWS. The offeror shall address as specifically as possible the actual methodology you would use for
accomplishing the PWS tasks. The volume shall be organized according to the following general outline:

-Table of Contents
-List of Table and Drawings (if applicable)
-Cross Reference Matrix (if applicable)
-Exceptions/Assumptions (Identification and explanation of any exceptions or deviations). Additionally, identify any
assumptions used in preparing the proposal.
-Evaluation Criteria
--
Factor 1 – Technical Proposal – The offeror shall include the following information to be evaluated on
technical capability:

 TAB A – Element 1: Bonding Ability - The offeror must provide a capabilities statement from a surety an
estimated bonding amount of $5M per year and $25M for 5 years.

 TAB B – Element 2: Contract Management – The offeror shall submit a management plan for successful
execution of the contract. The management plan shall include, at a minimum, the following:

The offeor shall describe in its Management Plan its capability to develop and maintain a subcontractor base and
demonstrate a prompt subcontractor payment plan, including timelines from the time the subcontractor submits his
invoice until final payment. The offeror shall describe the ability to manage and integrate subcontractors into their
organization. The offeor shall describe the working relationship between the prime and their subcontractors at the
corporate level and site level and how they will ensure adequate oversight of subcontractors when subcontractors are
performing the work, to include performance monitoring and timely resolution of any issues that may arise.
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The offeror shall in its Management Plan how the Contractor’s own workforce and the required percentage
(minimum at least %15) of “in house” work performance will be integrated into the JOC program. The offeror shall
describe how the efforts of this workforce will (or will not) integrate with subcontractor efforts. The offeror shall
describe how the efforts of this workforce will (or will not integrate with subcontractor efforts. The offeror shall
describe their capabilities to meet, sustain, and grow their workforce required to successfully perform the JOC
requirements. The offeror shall describe in its Management Plan the division of authority, if any, between the
home/corporate office and the site office and the offer’s plan for daily and strategic management of resources.

The offeror shall demonstrate their understanding of events that must be considererd in the schedule associated with
but not limited to proposal preparation , submittals, work performance, inspections, and closeout. The offeror shall
provide a plan in support of phase-in and phase-out for this contract. The offeror shall describe their scheduling
technique and project planning methodology. The offeror shall describe in the Management Plan its capability and
capacity to propose on numerous task orders simultaneously and also perform the subsequent awards in accordance
with the negotiated completion dates.

 TAB C – Element 3: Performance Risk – The offeror shall provide documentation regarding relevant past
performance and how it directly relates to the work being procured under this solicitation.

TAB D – Element 4: Relevant Experience – The offeror shall provide a resume to assure competence in the
requirements for Project Manager and Site Superintendent.

TAB E – Element 5: Quality Control Plan –The offeror must submit a Quality Control Plan for successful
execution of the contract. The Quality Control Plan must include, at a minimum, the following:

 The Quality Control Plan shall address all aspects of quality control to include but not be limited to a description of
the quality control organization, the responsibilitiy for surveillance of work, acceptance, rejection documentation and
resolution of deficiencies, trend analysis, and corrective actions.

 The Quality Control Plan shall also address quality control processes to include procedures for submitting and
managing submittals, control testing procedures, and reporting procedures to include interface with Government
inspectors and contract closeout procedures. The offeror shall indicate the Quality Control Representative’s position
in the company hierarchy.

(c) Volume III - Past Performance. The Past Performance evaluation will be accomplished by reviewing aspects
of an Offeror's recent and relevant Past Performance, focusing on and targeting performance which is relevant to the
effort defined in solicitation W91249-12-R-0002 and defined in Section M.

Past Performance information described herein is required on the offeror and all subcontractors, teaming partners, and/or
joint venture partners proposed to perform _15 % of the proposed effort based on the total proposed price. The offeror
shall submit, along with the information required in this paragraph, a consent letter, executed by each subcontractor,
teaming partner, and/or joint venture partner, authorizing release of adverse past performance information to the offeror
so the offeror can respond to such information. For each identified effort for a commercial customer, the offeror shall
also submit a client authorization letter, authorizing release to the Government of requested information on the offeror's
performance.

Early Proposal Information. The offeror is requested to submit the Past Performance Volume 10 calendar days after
the RFP issuance date, to the Contracting Officer at the address specified in L-III.
The offeror shall include documentation regarding their relevant past performance as it directly relates to the work
being procured under this solicitation. The offeror SHALL NOT go back any farther than six (6) years for the
submitted data. The past performance data shall document a successful history of past contract performance.
In conducting the Past Performance evaluation, the Government reserves the right to use both the information
provided in the offeror’s Past Performance Volume and information obtained from other sources, such as the Past
Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS) or similar systems, Defense Contract Management Agency
(DCMA) and commercial sources. Offerors are reminded that both independent data and data provided by offerors
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in their proposals may be used by the Government to evaluate offeror past performance. However, the burden of
providing thorough, complete, and current past performance information as requested in this paragraph remains with
the offerors. Proposals that do not contain the information requested by this paragraph risk rejection or a less than
acceptable performance rating by the Government. All past performance comments received will be taken into
account and could affect the overall rating. The overall past performance evaluation is a subjective decision based
on the whole of all data received. In the case of an offeror without a record of relevant past performance or for
whom information on past performance is not available or so sparse that no meaningful past performance rating can
be reasonably assigned, the offeror may not be evaluated favorably or unfavorably on past performance (see FAR
15.305 (a)(2)(iv)). Therefore, the offeror shall be determined to have unknown past performance. In the context of
acceptability/unacceptability, “unknown” shall be considered “acceptable.”

Submission Requirements. The offeror shall submit a Past Performance Volume containing the following:

Table of Contents
Summary Page describing the role of the offeror and each subcontractor, teaming partner, and /or joint venture
partner that the offeror is required to provide Past Performance Specific Relevant Contract Reference Sheets for the
past performance experience in accordance with Attachment 1.
Consent Letters executed by each subcontractor, teaming partner, and/or joint venture partner, authorizing the
release of past performance information so the offeror can respond to such information. A sample consent letter is
attached as Attachment 1).
Client Authorization Letters for each identified effort for a commercial customer authorizing release to the
Government of requested information on the offeror’s performance.
Organization Structure Change History— Organizational Structure Change History. Many companies have
acquired, been acquired by, or otherwise merged with other companies, and/or reorganized their divisions, business
groups, subsidiary companies, etc. In many cases, these changes have taken place during the time of performance of
relevant present or past efforts or between conclusion of recent past efforts and this source selection. As a result, it is
sometimes difficult to determine what past performance is relevant to this acquisition. To facilitate this relevancy
determination, include in this proposal volume a "roadmap" describing all such changes in the organization of your
company. As part of this explanation, show how these changes impact the relevance of any efforts you identify for
past performance evaluation/performance confidence assessment. Since the Government intends to consider present
and past performance information provided by other sources as well as that provided by the offeror(s), your
"roadmap" should be both specifically applicable to the efforts you identify and general enough to apply to efforts on
which the Government receives information from other sources.
Specific Relevant Contracts Format - Sheets in accordance with Attachment 2 and are limited to 3 pages per
reference. The offeror shall provide documentation outlining the offeror’s past performance with contracts, as a
prime or major subcontractor, which is the same or similar in nature, size, and complexity to the services being
procured under this Solicitation. The submittal shall include rationale supporting your assertion of relevance and
how it was determined that the work performed previously was the same or similar in nature, size, and complexity to
the work specified by this solicitation. Offerors are required to explain what aspects of the contracts are deemed
relevant to the proposed effort, and to what aspects of the proposed effort they relate.

Past Performance Questionnaire - See Attachment 3, Past Performance Questionnaire. For the contracts
identified on each Specific Relevant Contract Reference, the offeror shall forward a copy of the Past Performance
Questionnaire to the points of contact responsible for monitoring performance under such contracts. The points of
contact shall return the questionnaires directly to Sandra Womack at e-mail: sandra.h.womack.civ@mail.mil not
later than 10 Aug 2012. Any questionnaires not returned directly to the KO will not be reviewed and evaluated. The
information contained in the questionnaires will be used to evaluate the offeror’s past performance. New entities that
have no past customers shall annotate on the Summary Page that they have had no previous clients and that the
minimum number of questionnaires cannot be provided.

(d) Volume IV- Price – Price proposal shall consist of Schedule B plus all costs included in development of the
coefficients. Section B shall be submitted fully completed and error free. It shall contain the offeror’s prices
(coefficients) for the established format in Schedule B. Coefficient means a numerical factor that represents costs
(generally indirect costs) not considered to be included in the UPB prices. The coefficients are proposed as a
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percentage (in decimal format) increase or decrease to the UPB prices. For example, a coefficient of 1.2 would
result in an additional 20 percent to the listed unit price; 0.9 would result in a 10 percent decrease of the listed prices,
and 1.00 would leave the unit price as the proposed unit price. The offeror shall limit the Coefficients to two
decimal places. The offeror shall propose a Base Year Coefficients. All components of price shall be included in
the offeror’s coefficient, and shall be fully supported as no allowance for omitted cost will be made later. The
offeror’s Coefficients shall be all inclusive and shall include, but not be limited to, the following costs:

            General and Administrative and other Overhead
            Profit and risk
            Bond premiums
            Social security contributions
            Insurance Costs
            Employee Payroll Taxes
            Insurance and Fringe Benefits
            Subcontractors’ Overhead and Profit
            Mobilization and demobilization costs
            Site cleanup
            Labor adjustments between the Gordian Unit Price Book given labor rates and the current Davis/Bacon
             Labor Rates
            Supervision
            Quality control
            Transportation of contractor’s personnel to, from, and within the job site
            Shipping of all materials to the jobsite
            Lodging and per-diem
            Adjustment factors to account for small jobs
            Incidental tools and equipment
            Submittals
            Job Order preparation costs
            Any markups for materials and all contingencies
            Corporate Headquarters support (legal, financial, etc.)
            Waste and excess material
            Sales tax on material and equipment costs
            Compliance with EPA/OSHA regulations and protection and safety laws


The Government reserves the right to require the submission of Other Than Certified Cost or Pricing Data as is
deemed necessary to arrive at a fair and reasonable price.
L-III – Evaluation

A. Approach

1. There are two major evaluation factors: Technical Acceptability and Price. In order to be considered for further
evaluation, an offeror must first be determined “Technically Acceptable”.

2. Ensure everything required is included with offer.

3. Determine technical acceptability of offerors.

4. Evaluate price of those offerors found to be technically acceptable.

5. Proposals determined not Technically Acceptable shall be rejected and not considered for award. No notification
will be issued to the affected offerors until the completion of the evaluation process. At that time, the affected
offerors will be notified and given the opportunity for post-award debriefings.
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B. Evaluation Factors and Evaluation Criteria

Adequacy of Response. The proposal will be evaluated to determine whether the offeror’s methods and approach
have adequately and completely considered, defined, and satisfied the requirements specified in the solicitation. The
proposal will be evaluated to determine the extent to which each requirement of the solicitation has been addressed
in the proposal in accordance with the proposal submission section of the solicitation.

 Feasibility of Approach. The proposal will be evaluated to determine whether the offeror's methods and approach to
meeting the solicitation requirements provide the Government with a high level of confidence of successful
completion within the required schedule. All proposals shall be evaluated by the Source Selection Evaluation Board
(SSEB) in accordance with the factors and criteria established in the solicitation and Source Selection Evaluation
Plan (SSEP). The evaluation criteria provides for technical evaluations based upon criteria established before
receipt of the proposals and is intended to ensure that the evaluation will be a structured process employing equitable
measures.

1. In order to be “Technically Acceptable” an offeror shall meet the following criteria on a “go/no-go” basis for each
sub-factor below. One “no-go” will render offeror technically unacceptable.

   a. Provide a letter of verification from the Securities or Bonding Company showing minimum available bonding
capacity of $5,000,000.00 aggregate.

   b. Offeror’s Contract management shall be evaluated through review of the narrative reflecting ability to manage
and perform, Overview of Contract Execution, Organization, Specific Key Personnel and their resumes, Scheduling
Methodology, Quality Control, and Safety Program to include steps taken that promoted safety during construction
within the last three years, in order to determine whether the offeror has all of the necessary personnel, processes and
plans in effect to ensure contract performance.

   c. Relevant Experience shall be evaluated to determine if the offeror has the technical capability and prior
experience to perform multi-project/multi-discipline construction work as required for this award.

   d. Past performance shall be evaluated to determine if an offeror’s performance risk is acceptable or
unacceptable. In order to receive an acceptable rating, an offeror’s proposal will show a reasonable expectation that
the offeror will successfully perform the required effort. Unacceptable is defined as giving no reasonable
expectation that the offeror will be able to successfully perform the required effort. In the case of an offeror without
past performance or for whom information on past performance is not available, the offeror may not be evaluated
favorably or unfavorably on past performance but will be considered as an “unknown” performance risk.
Government evaluators shall also evaluate past performance from the Construction Contractor Appraisal Support
System (CCASS) in determining acceptable or unacceptable..

2. The Price Proposal shall be evaluated using price analysis techniques. To be considered for further evaluation the
breakdown of the proposed coefficient shall be provided and shall be incorporated as part of the price proposal. For
evaluation purposes, each offeror’s coefficient proposed will be evaluated based on the following:

         (1) 90% of work will be performed during normal working hours.

         (2) 10% of the work will be performed after normal working hours.

 NOTICE: For the purpose of proposal evaluation only, offerors should base their proposals on a notional target cost
of $5,000,000.00 for the base period. This figure is for proposal evaluation only and may not reflect the actual
dollar amount of projects delivered during the contract period.

(3) Based on the notional requirement level, the estimated distribution of work hours, the Government will develop
an estimated total price that the proposed coefficients represent. This will be accomplished for the sole purpose of
price evaluation to facilitate the award decision. The proposed coefficients shall be applied to a notional
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requirement level for each CLIN computed as shown below, to arrive at a total price for evaluation purposes. The
formula and example are shown below:


       Notional requirement level:                              $5,000,000
       Distribution of work based on work hours:                Normal; 90%
                                                                Other Than Normal (OTN); 10%


                                Notional Coefficients for Example Only:
                 Normal Working Hours:                                                1.23
                 Other Than Normal Working Hours:                                     1.40



             Notional             Work Hrs                                 Prepriced
            Requirement          Distribution                              Coefficient
             $5,000,000      x       0.90        =   $   4,500,000     x     1.23         =    $ 5,535,000
                                  (Normal)
              $5,000,000     x       0.10        =   $     500,000     x       1.40       =    $   700,000
                                   (OTN)
                                                                              Total           $6,235,000

(4) Offered coefficients shall contain all allowable contractor costs, including contingencies and profit.
Examples of such costs are; gross receipts taxes, payroll taxes (FICA, workmen's compensation, state and
federal unemployment taxes for direct payroll employees, etc), superintendents' salaries, builders' risk
insurance, initial contract startup mobilization, demobilization expenses, and bond premiums. Offered
coefficient shall also contain various overhead expenses, including, project estimating, site office
overhead, field office building, furniture, equipment, on-site office staff salaries, vehicle and construction
equipment maintenance, office administrative expenses, and a proportional share of home office
overhead. The coefficient shall also include all insurance, special clothing for workers, traffic barricades,
additional supervision, as well as, paperwork fees associated with a particular delivery order, for example,
asbestos removal plan, lead abatement plan, consultant fees, all on and off site storage, etc.

C. Basis for Award

Subject to the terms and conditions herein, award will be made to the lowest priced offeror who is technically
acceptable.

   a. No proposal will be accepted that does not contain clear and concise evidence of the contractor's ability to
provide work in accordance with this solicitation.

   b. The Government will evaluate proposals strictly in accordance with proposal content and will not assume that
performance will include areas not specified in the offeror's proposal.

    c. The Government reserves the right to reject a proposal upon initial submission and to not consider it for
contract award if required data is absent or the data received conveys a misunderstanding of the requirement. An
offeror may eliminate a deficiency in its offer only through discussions; however, the Government intends to award
the contract without discussions. Therefore, each initial offer should contain the offeror's best terms from a price and
technical standpoint. If revised proposals are requested, they will be evaluated against the same criteria as were the
initial offers.
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   d. Proposals which are unrealistically high or low in price will be deemed reflective of an inherent lack of
technical competence or indicative of failure to comprehend the proposed contractual requirement and may be
rejected.


SUBCONTRACTING CONSENT FORM
ATTACHMENT 1
SUBCONTRACTOR/TEAMING PARTNER CONSENT FORM FOR THE RELEASE OF PAST
PERFORMANCE INFORMATION TO THE PRIME CONTRACTOR

Past performance information concerning subcontractors and teaming partners cannot be disclosed to a private party
without the subcontractor's or teaming partner's consent. Because a prime contractor is a private party, the
Government will need that consent before disclosing subcontractor/teaming partner past and present performance
information to the prime during exchanges. In an effort to assist the Government's Past Performance Evaluators in
assessing your past performance relevancy and confidence, we request that the following consent form be completed
by the major subcontractors/teaming partners identified in your proposal. The completed consent forms should be
submitted as part of your Past Performance Volume III Proposal.


SAMPLE

Dear (Contracting Officer)

We are currently participating as a (subcontractor/teaming partner) with (prime contractor or name of entity
providing proposal) in responding to the Mission and Installation Contracting Command request for Proposal
(solicitation number) for the (program title or description of effort).

We understand that the Government is placing increased emphasis on past performance in order to obtain best value
in source selections. In order to facilitate the performance confidence assessment process we are signing this consent
form to allow you to discuss our past performance information with the prime contractor during the source selection
process.

________________________

________________________
(Signature and Title of individual who has the authority to sign for and legally bind the company)

Company Name:

Address:



RELEVANT PAST PERFORMANCE
                                                ATTACHMENT 2
                                        Specific Relevant Contracts Sheet

The offeror shall provide documentation outlining the offeror’s past performance with contracts, as a prime or major
subcontractor, which is the same or similar in nature, size, and complexity to the services being procured under this
Solicitation. The submittal shall include rationale supporting your assertion of relevance and how it was determined
that the work performed previously was the same or similar in nature, size, and complexity to the work specified by
this solicitation. Offerors are required to explain what aspects of the contracts are deemed relevant to the proposed
effort, and to what aspects of the proposed effort they relate.
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1. Contract Number, Award Date and Contract type.

2. Price/Cost – original awarded AND final (or projected final, if contract is current).

3. Delivery Schedule – original AND final (or projected final, if the contract is current).

4. Contact Information - Address and telephone number for the Government (or commercial)
procuring contracting activity AND contract administrative activity (if applicable).
Name, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address for the following:

5.   Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO)

6. Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO)

7. Government or commercial technical representative or COR
Identify in specific detail for each contract listed, why or how you consider that effort relevant or similar to the effort
required by this solicitation. In determining relevancy, consideration should be given but not limited to such things
as product/service similarity, product/service, size and complexity, contract type, contract environment, division of
company proposing, and subcontractor interaction.

8. Narrative explanation on each contract listed describing the objectives achieved and the
following data: any cost growth or schedule delays encountered. For any Government contracts which did not/do
not meet original requirements with regard to cost, schedule, or technical performance, a brief explanation of the
reason(s) for such shortcomings and any demonstrated corrective actions taken to avoid recurrence. Offerors may
include a discussion of efforts accomplished by the offeror to resolve problems encountered on prior contracts as
well as past efforts to identify and manage program risk. Merely having problems does not automatically equate to a
Limited or a No Confidence rating, since the problems encountered may have been on a more complex program, or
an offeror may have subsequently demonstrated the ability to overcome the problems encountered. The offeror is
required to clearly demonstrate management actions employed in overcoming problems and the effects of those
actions, in terms of improvements achieved or problems rectified. This may allow the offeror to be considered a
Substantial Confidence or Satisfactory Confidence candidate.

9. Negative Performance Documentation. A copy of any cure notices, show cause letters or
contract discrepancy reports received on each contract listed and a description of any corrective action by the offeror
or proposed subcontractor.

 Completion Date/Delivery Schedule. The contractor shall list each time the delivery schedule was revised and
provide an explanation of why the revision was necessary.

     1.   Contract Number __________________________

          Award Date________________________________

          Contract type_______________________________

     2.   Completion Date/Delivery Schedule.

     Original completion/delivery date ______________________________________________

     Revised completion/delivery date ______________________________________________

     3.   Price/Cost – original awarded price__________________________________________
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4.   Modified Price/Cost - ____________________________________________________

5.   Completion Date or Delivery Schedule – original AND final (or projected final, if the contract is current).

     _______________________________________________________

6.   Changed Dates - ________________________________________________________

7.   Contact Information - Address and telephone number for the Government (or commercial) procuring
     contracting activity AND contract administrative activity (if applicable). Name, telephone number, fax
     number and e-mail address for the following:

8.   Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO).

     Address: _____________________________________________________________

     Phone Number: _______________________________________________________

     Fax Number: _________________________________________________________

     E-Mail Address: ______________________________________________________

9.   Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO).

     Address: _____________________________________________________________

     Phone Number: _______________________________________________________

     Fax Number: _________________________________________________________

     E-Mail Address: ______________________________________________________

10. Government or commercial technical representative or COR.

     Address: ____________________________________________________________

     Phone Number: _______________________________________________________

     Fax Number: _________________________________________________________

     E-Mail Address: _______________________________________________________



11. Relevancy Description.__________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________

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  _________________________________________________________________________________________

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  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  ___________________________________________

  12. Narrative explanation.__________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  ___________________________________________



  13. Negative Performance Documentation.______________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  _________________________________________________________________________________________

  ________




PAST PERFORMANCE QUESTIONNAIRE
                             ATTACHMENT 3
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                                    PAST PERFORMANCE QUESTIONNAIRE

     WHEN FILLED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS SOURCE SELECTION SENSITIVE INFORMATION IAW FAR 3.104

SECTION 1: CONTRACT IDENTIFICATION

A. Contractor: _______________________________________________________________________________

B. Cage Code: _________________________________

C. Contract number: _______________________________________

D. Contract type: ______________________________

E. Was this a competitive contract? Yes _____ No _____

F.    Period of performance: _________________________________________________________

G. Initial contract cost: $____________________________

H. Current/final contract cost: $_______________________________

I.    Reasons for differences between initial contract cost and final contract costs:

____________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________


J.    Description of service provided: ______________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________________



SECTION 2: CUSTOMER OR AGENCY IDENTIFICATION

A. Customer or agency name:

      _______________________________________________________________________________________
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B. Customer or agency description (if applicable):

      _______________________________________________________________________________________




C. Geographic description of services under this contract, i.e. local, nationwide, worldwide, other Commands:

____________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________




SECTION 3: EVALUATOR IDENTIFICATION

A. Evaluator's name:

      ______________________________________________________________________________________

B. Evaluator's title:

      ______________________________________________________________________________________

C. Evaluator's phone/fax number:

      ______________________________________________________________________________________

D. Number of years evaluator worked on subject contract:

      ______________________________________________________________________________________

SECTION 4: EVALUATION

Please indicate your satisfaction with the contractor’s performance by placing an “X” in the appropriate block using
the scale provided to the right of each question. This scale is defined as follows:

CODE              PERFORMANCE LEVEL


  S          SATISFACTORY – The contractor’s performance meets contractual requirements. The contractual
             performance contained some minor problems for which corrective actions taken by the contractor
             appear or were satisfactory.

  M          MARGINAL – Performance does not meet some contractual requirements. The contractual
             performance reflects a serious problem for which the contractor has not yet identified corrective actions
             or the contractor’s proposed actions appear only marginally effective or were not fully implemented.
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 US         UNSATISFACTORY – Performance does not meet most contractual requirements and recovery is not
            likely in a timely manner. The contractual performance contains serious problem(s) for which the
            contractor’s corrective actions appear or were ineffective.

 NA         NOT APPLICABLE - Unable to provide a score.


Technical Performance                                                             S   M   US NA
T1. Quality & repeatability of operations & maintenance.
T2. Quality of technical system testing and certification efforts
T3. Quality/integrity of technical data/report preparation efforts
T4. Adequacy/effectiveness of quality control program and adherence to
contract quality assurance requirements
T5. Ability to implement current standard practices for computer hardware
design, operation, maintenance, upgrades and configuration control
T6. Ability to implement current standard practices for computer software
design, operation, maintenance, upgrades and configuration control
T7. Adequacy/effectiveness of environmental safety procedures



Program Management                                                                S   M   US NA
P1. Effectiveness of overall contract management (including ability to
effectively lead, manage and control the program)
P2. Contractor was reasonable and cooperative in dealing with your staff
(including the ability to successfully resolve disagreements/disputes)
P3. Timeliness/effectiveness of contract problem resolution without extensive
customer guidance
P4. Understand/complied with customer objectives and technical requirements
P5. Successfully responded to emergency and/or surge situations
P6. Quality/effectiveness of sub-contracted efforts
P7. Effectiveness of material management (including Government Furnished
Property or Material)
P8. Effectiveness of acquisition management
P9. Contractor proposed alternative methods/processes that reduced cost,
improved maintainability or other factors that benefited the customer
P10. Contractor implemented responsive/flexible processes to improve quality
and timeliness of support.



Transition/phase-in                                                               S   M   US   NA
T1. Contractor ability to smoothly transition resources and personnel.
T2. Contractor effectiveness on maintaining continuity of mission support while
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Transition/phase-in                                                                       S       M   US   NA
transitioning/phasing in resources and personnel to support other efforts.



Employee Retention/Attraction                                                             S       M   US   NA
E1. Ability to hire/apply a qualified workforce to this effort.
E2. Ability to retain a qualified workforce on this effort.
E3. Effectiveness of employee compensation towards quality of work.



Small and Small Disadvantaged Business Participation                                      S       M   US   NA
S1. Ability to meet or exceed small business and small disadvantaged business
goals set forth in the approved subcontracting plan
S2. Ability to effectively manage small business participation to meet technical
performance.



Cost Performance                                                                          S       M   US   NA
C1. Accuracy in forecasting contract costs
C2. Ability to meet forecasted costs and perform within contract costs
C3. Ability to alert Government of unforeseen costs before they occur
C4. Sufficiency and timeliness of cost reporting

1. Please discuss each and every response for which you indicated M (Marginal) or US (Unsatisfactory) in response
to the questions above (use additional sheets, if necessary).

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________________________________

2. Government Contracts Only: Has/was this contract been partially or completely terminated for default or
convenience or are there any pending terminations?

         Yes____            Default____        Convenience____             Pending Terminations____
         No ____

If yes, please explain (e.g., inability to meet cost, performance, or delivery schedules, etc).

____________________________________________________________________________________________

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____________________________________________________________________________________________

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SECTION 5: NARRATIVE SUMMARY

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________________________

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____________________________________________________________________________________________

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Would you have any reservations about soliciting this contractor in the future or having them perform one of your
critical and demanding programs?

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Please provide any additional comments concerning this contractor’s performance, as desired.

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Evaluator’s Signature                                      Date



                            Thank you for your prompt response and assistance!

                                Please return this completed questionnaire to:

Mailing Address:
Mission Installation Contracting Command (MICC), Fort Gordon
Winship Hall, 419 B Street
Bldg 29718, 3rd Floor
Fort Gordon, GA 30905-5719

E-mail to:
sandra.h.womack.civ@mail.mil or jordan.c.rhoades.civ@mail.mil
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Section M - Evaluation Factors for Award

EVALUATION FACTORS FOR AWARD


M-I. SOLICITATION PROVISIONS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE

NOTICE: Pursuant to Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 52.252-1, "Solicitation Provisions Incorporated by
Reference," the following provisions are incorporated herein by reference:


A. SOLICITATION PROVISIONS:

      PARAGRAPH             TITLE                                               DATE
      52.217-5              EVALUATION OF OPTIONS                               (JUL 1990)

M-II. SOLICITATION PROVISION IN FULL TEXT

N/A

M-III. EVALUATION FACTORS FOR AWARD

a. Basis for Contract Award

         (1) This is a Lowest Priced Technically Acceptable selection conducted in accordance with Federal
Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 15.3, Source Selection, as supplemented by the Defense Federal Acquisition
Regulation Supplement (DFARS), and the Army Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (AFARS). Award will
be made to a single offeror who is deemed responsible in accordance with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR),
whose proposal conforms to the solicitation requirements, and whose proposal, judged by an overall assessment of
the evaluation criteria and other considerations specified in this solicitation, represents the Lowest Priced
Technically Acceptable offer.

         (2) Trade-offs between cost/price and non-cost/price factors are not permitted. Unreasonably
high/unrealistically low, unbalanced, inaccurate or incomplete price proposals, may be the grounds for eliminating a
proposal from competition.

The Government will evaluate proposed prices for reasonableness using price analysis techniques. Proposed prices
evaluated as unreasonable may be grounds for eliminating a proposal from competition.

b. Award for All of the Work. The Government intends to award one contract as a result of this solicitation. Offers
received for less than the stated number of items listed in the Bid Schedule will be considered ineligible for award.
As set forth in FAR 52.215-1 (f)(4), the Government intends to evaluate proposals and award a contract without
discussions with offerors (except clarifications as described in FAR 15.306(a), Clarifications and award without
discussions). Therefore, the offeror’s initial proposal should contain the offeror’s best terms from a cost or price and
technical standpoint. The Government

reserves the right to conduct discussions if the Contracting Officer later determines them to be necessary. In the
event that discussions are held, a competitive range determination will be made. If the Contracting Officer
determines that the number of proposals that would otherwise be in the competitive range exceeds the number at
which an efficient competition can be conducted, the Contracting Officer may limit the number of proposals in the
competitive range to the greatest number that will permit an efficient competition among the most highly rated
proposals.
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c. Evaluation Criteria

Evaluation criteria consist of element. The proposals will be evaluated under two evaluation factors:
         Factor 1: Technical Acceptability
                                    Element 1: Bonding Ability
                                    Element 2: Acceptable Contract Management
                                    Element 3: Performance Risk
                                    Element 4: Relevant Experience
                                    Element 5: Quality Control Plan
         Factor 2: Coefficient


Factor 1 - Technical Factor. The Technical Factor evaluation provides an assessment of the offeror’s capability to
satisfy the Government’s minimum requirements. The technical evaluation process will consider the following five
sub-factors:

(i) Element 1: Bonding Ability: The offeror will be responsible for ensuring sufficient performance and payment
bond coverage during the course of the contract. Bonding must be sufficient to cover the stated estimated annual
maximum contract value. All costs associated with bonding (specifically including bond premiums) shall be
included in the coefficient. If the estimated annual maximum value is exceeded, FAR 28.102-2 (a) and (b) apply.

        (ii) Element 2: Acceptable Contract Management: The offeror’s Management Plan will be evaluated to
determine the offeror’s ability to implement and successfully operate a JOC program at FT Gordon GA.

(a) The Management Plan will be evaluated to determine the offeror’s ability to manage and maintain a
comprehensive subcontractor base. This evaluation will include the methodology of subcontractor selection and
retention and management of multiple subcontractors, especially those with concurrent operations on a given job,
and integration of subcontractors into the JOC Program. The offeror’s subcontractor payment plan will be evaluated
to determine its ability to ensure timely compensation for subcontractor services. The offeror shall meet the
specified minimum requirements for an “Acceptable” evaluation for this sub-factor element. As a minimum the
offeror’s shall describe in its Management Plan its capability and capacity to develop and maintain a subcontractor
base and demonstrate a prompt subcontractor payment plan, including timelines from the time the subcontractor
submits his invoice until final payment. The offeror shall describe the ability to manage and integrate subcontractors
into their organization. The offeror’s shall describe the working relationship between the prime and their
subcontractors at the corporate level and site level and how they will ensure adequate oversight of subcontractors
when subcontractors are performing the work, to include performance monitoring and timely resolution of any issues
that may arise.

           (b) The Management Plan will be evaluated to determine the offeror’s ability to manage and maintain an
“in house” workforce and how the required percentage (minimum at least 15%) of the in house work performance
will be integrated into the JOC program. The management plan will be evaluated to assess the offeror’s ability to
recruit and retain a qualified, licensed, certified, and trained workforce throughout the duration of the contract. Also,
the offeror’s plan for daily and strategic management of resources, which includes, but is not limited to, the in-house
workforce, materials management, subcontractors, and the management/supervisory team, will be evaluated to
determine the likelihood of success of the offeror's approach to manage and operate the JOC Program and
requirements. The offeror shall meet the specified minimum requirements for an “Acceptable” evaluation for this
sub-factor element. As a minimum the offeror’s shall describe in its Management Plan how the Contractor’s own
workforce and the required percentage (minimum at least 15%) of “in house” work performance will be integrated
into the JOC program. The offeror shall describe how the efforts of this workforce will (or will not) integrate with
subcontractor efforts. The offeror shall describe their capabilities to meet, sustain, and grow their workforce
required to successfully perform the JOC requirements. The offeror shall describe in its Management Plan the
division of authority, if any, between the home/corporate office and the site office and the offeror’s plan for daily and
strategic management of resources.
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           (c) The Management Plan will be evaluated to assess the offeror’s understanding of scheduling events
from proposal preparation through closeout. The offeror’s capability to support operations shall clearly demonstrate
the ability to perform the JOC program requirements throughout the duration of the contract. The evaluation will
look at the offeror’s plan to manage multiple job orders while simultaneously attending site visits and preparing
proposals. The offeror’s management plan will be evaluated to determine the ability to successfully process and
manage a large number of critical job orders in a very short period of time as the end of the fiscal year approaches.
The offeror’s management plan will be evaluated to assess the offeror’s ability to ramp up for the typical end of
fiscal year workload and deadlines. The offeror shall meet the specified minimum requirements for an “Acceptable”
evaluation for this sub-factor element. As a minimum the offeror’s shall demonstrate their understanding of events
that must be considered in the schedule associated with but not limited to proposal preparation, submittals, work
performance, inspections, and closeout. The offeror shall provide a plan in support of phase-in and phase-out for this
contract. The offeror shall describe their scheduling technique and project planning methodology. The offeror shall
describe in the Management Plan its capability and capacity to propose on numerous task orders simultaneously and
also perform the subsequent awards in accordance with the negotiated completion dates.

        (iii) Element 3: Performance Risk: Past performance will be evaluated to assess the offeror’s probability of
meeting the solicitation’s requirements as indicated by that offeror’s record of past performance. Performance risk is
assessed at thefactor level after evaluating aspects of the offeror’s recent past performance and focusing on
performance that is relevant to the services being procured under this solicitation. Offerors are cautioned that in
conducting the performance risk assessment, the Government may use data provided in the offeror’s proposal and
data obtained from other sources such as the past Performance Information Retrieval System (PPIRS), Federal
Awardee Performance and Integrity Information System (FAPIIS), Electronic Subcontract Reporting System (eSRS),
or similar systems, State Department Watch Lists, Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), and commercial
sources. Past performance areas of evaluation include:

- Complexity of Past work (Quality control, timely performance, effective management, and compliance with
labor/safety)
- Past Performance in Government Construction (Quality control, timely performance, effective management, and
compliance with labor/safety)
- Past Performance with Military Construction (Quality control, timely performance, effective management, and
compliance with labor/safety)
- Business Relations
- Quality of Service
- Schedule
- Cost Control
- Customer Satisfaction
- Compliance with Socio-Economic Goals



                  (a) Each offer will receive a performance confidence assessment rating based on the Offeror’s
recent past performance, focusing on performance that is relevant to the Contract requirements.

                    (b) Recency Assessment. An assessment of the past performance information will be made to
determine if it is recent. To be recent, the effort must be ongoing or must have been performed during the past 6
years from the date of issuance of this solicitation. Past performance information that fails this condition will not be
evaluated.

                   (c) Relevancy Assessment. To be relevant, the effort must be of similar in nature of work,size,
and, complexity. The Government will conduct an in-depth evaluation of all recent performance information
obtained to determine if it is the same or similar in nature of work, size, and complexity to the services/products
being procured under this solicitation. Recent past performance is defined as not more than 6 years from the RFP
release date; relevant in terms of similar nature of work, size, and complexity.
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                   A relevancy determination of the offeror’s (including joint venture partner(s) and major and
critical subcontractor(s)) past performance will be made. In determining relevancy for individual contracts,
consideration will be given to the effort, or portion of the effort, being proposed by the offeror, teaming partner, or
subcontractor whose contract is being reviewed and evaluated. The past performance information provided in the
proposal and information obtained from other sources will be used to establish the degree of relevancy of past
performance.

                 (d) The Past Performance Evaluation Team will review this past performance information and
determine the quality and usefulness as it applies to performance confidence assessment.

                  (e) Assigning Ratings. The Past Performance Factor will be assigned one of the ratings defined
below.

Table 4. Past Performance Evaluation Ratings
Rating                                             Description
Acceptable                                         Based on the offeror’s performance record, the
                                                   Government has a reasonable expectation that the offeror
                                                   will successfully perform the
                                                   required effort, or the offeror’s performance
                                                   record is unknown.
Unacceptable                                       Based on the offeror’s performance record, the
                                                   Government has no reasonable expectation that the
                                                   offeror will be able to successfully perform the required
                                                   effort.


           (f) Offerors without a record of relevant past performance or for whom information on past performance is
not available or so sparse that no meaningful past performance rating can be reasonably assigned, the offeror may not
be evaluated favorably or unfavorably on past performance. Therefore, the offeror shall be determined to have
unknown past performance. In the context of acceptability/unacceptability, “unknown” shall be considered
“acceptable.”

        (iv) Element 4 Relevant Experience: The proposed staffing plan will be evaluated to assess the offeror’s
understanding of the requirement to provide personnel with the required knowledge, skills, and experience to fulfill
the requirements of the solicitation to include the ability/capability of the personnel to support the designated key
personnel positions. Basis for this evaluation will be a review of the key personnel’s pertinent information to be
provided by the offeror as outlined in the solicitation. The offeror shall meet the specified minimum requirements
for an “Acceptable” evaluation for this sub-factor element. As a minimum, the offeror’s staffing plan shll be outlined
through a narrative and a diagrammed organizational chart. The staffing plan for the on-site staff shall include the
identification of proposed key personnel positions with regards to this contract. The offeror’s narrative shall provide
the proposed job title, specific duties, responsibilities, experience, education, and qualifications for each key
personnel position identified. Key personnel positions for ths acquisition are considered to be the Project Manager,
Task Order Manager, Quality Control (QC) Manager, QC Inspector, Superintendent an the Office Manager. The
offeror shall detail the levels of authority granted to each of the key personnel at the site office. .

Project Manager: The Contractor shall provide a Project Manager who shall have full authority to act for the
Contractor. This individual and any individual designated to act for him/her, shall have the full authority to
contractually commit the Contractor for prompt action on matters pertaining to contract administration and shall be
designated in writing (listing name, address and home telephone number) to the Contracting Officer. The Project
Manager shall be responsible for the overall management and coordination and shall be the central point of contact
with the Government for performance of all work under this contract. Another individual may be designated to act
for the Project Manager; however, provide ten (10) calendar days advanced notice in writing of any such change to
the Contracting Officer.
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Based on the standards of the industry the minimum acceptable qualifications for the Project Manager are:
                 Five (5) years of demonstrable construction management experience and
                 Ten (10) years in the construction field and
                 Three (3) years estimating experience.


         (v) Element 5: Quality Control Plan: The evaluation will ensure the Quality Control (QC) program is in
compliance with the Government’s Quality Control/Quality Assurance program requirements as outlined in the
solicitation. The offeror shall meet the specified minimum requirements for an “Acceptable” evaluation for this sub-
factor element. As a minimum, the offeror’s quality control plan shall address all aspects of quality control to
include but not be limited to a description of the quality control organization, the responsibility for surveillance of
work, acceptance, rejection, documentation and resolution of deficiencies, trend analysis, and corrective actions.
The Quality Control Plan shall also address quality control processes to include procedures for submittinig and
managing submittals, control test procedures, and reporting procedures to include interface with Government
inspectors and contract closeout procedures. The offeror shall indicate the Quality Control Representative’s position
in the company hierarchy.

The Technical Factors will receive one of the adjectival ratings defined below. The subfactor ratings will be used to
determine an overall rating for the factor.

Table A-1. Technical Acceptable/Unacceptable Ratings
Rating                                                       Description
Acceptable                                                   Proposal clearly meets the minimum requirements of the
                                                             solicitation.
Unacceptable                                                 Proposal does not clearly meet the minimum
                                                             requirements of the solicitation.



Factor 2 – Coefficient: (a) The offeror shall respond to Section B and propose a coefficient for all work.
                         (b) All propsals that are found to be technically acceptable will have their Coefficient from
Section B placed into an abstact where they will be evaluated through comparison. The Government will make an
award based on the proposal that has the lowest coefficent and is also found to be technically acceptable.

Reasonableness. A price is reasonable if, in its nature and amount, it does not exceed that which would be incurred
by a prudent person in the conduct of competitive business.

Completeness/Accuracy. The offeror’s proposal is in compliance with the Price Volume instructions in the
solicitation.”

				
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