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					                     City of San Diego
CONTRACTOR’S NAME:
ADDRESS:
TELEPHONE NO.:                                     FAX NO.:
CITY CONTACT: JASON GRANI, 600 B Street Suite 800, MS 908A, San Diego, CA 92101
              Email: jgrani@sandiego.gov, Phone: (619) 533-4688, Fax (619) 533-5176
                 NB/egz



CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS
For
CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT
VOLUME 1 OF 2

BID NO.:                                      K-12-5299-DBB-C
SAP NO. (WBS/IO/CC):                              B-00960
CLIENT DEPARTMENT:                                2113
COUNCIL DISTRICT:                                 3
PROJECT TYPE:                                     GF
THIS CONTRACT IS SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING:

      THE CITY’S SUBCONTRACTING PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SLBE PROGRAM
               ((((((((((((((((((( ATTENTION )))))))))))))))))))

The 2010 edition of the City of San Diego Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction
(“The WHITEBOOK”) now contains the following distinct Contract Documents:

   1) Equal Opportunity Contracting Program Requirements - This Contract Document sets forth
      the requirements for the City’s equal opportunity contracting program. When additional
      requirements by the funding source e.g., federal or state agencies are physically included in
      the contract documents or by reference and there is a discrepancy, the funding source
      requirements shall govern unless specified otherwise in the Special Provisions.

   2) City Supplement – The City Supplement shall be used in conjunction with the Standard
      Specifications for Public Works Construction (“The GREENBOOK”), 2009 Edition. The
      specifications contained in City Supplement take precedence over the specifications
      contained in The GREENBOOK, 2009 Edition.

       Certain parts of the City Supplement have been highlighted in yellow for the convenience of
       the users only and shall not affect the interpretation of the Contract.

To obtain The GREENBOOK contact the publisher at: http://www.bnibooks.com

Requests from City staff for additional prints of The WHITEBOOK should be directed to the City’s
Print Shop. The WHITEBOOK is available to public only in electronic format under Engineering
Documents and References at: http://www.sandiego.gov/engineering-cip/
                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS

DESCRIPTION                                                                                                       PAGE NUMBER

1.    REQUIRED DOCUMENTS SCHEDULE ............................................................................... 4-5
2.    RECENT CHANGES ................................................................................................................... 6
3.    SPECIAL NOTICE SLBE AND ELBE PROGRAM ............................................................. 7-10
4.    INVITATION TO BIDS ....................................................................................................... 11-12
5.    INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS .......................................................................................... 13-20
6.    CONTRACT FORMS
       Agreement/Contract ........................................................................................................ 21-22
       Performance Bond And Labor And Materialmen’s Bond............................................... 23-24
7.    Contractor Certification
       Drug-Free Workplace........................................................................................................... 25
       American With Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliance .......................................................... 26
       Contractor Standards - Pledge of Compliance ..................................................................... 27
       Affidavit of Disposal ............................................................................................................ 28
8.    SUPPLEMENTARY SPECIAL PROVISIONS .................................................................. 29-35
9.    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................... 36-103
10.   APPENDICES
       APPENDIX A CEQA Notice of Exemption ............................................................... 104-105
       APPENDIX B Sample City Invoice ........................................................................... 106-107
       APPENDIX C Hazardous Waste Label/Forms ........................................................... 108-113




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                     REQUIRED DOCUMENTS SCHEDULE



This table is intended to serve as a convenient tool for listing forms and documents required at
different times. It is neither exhaustive nor must be considered a Contract Document by itself.
Therefore, the users must review the entire Contract Documents and become familiar with the
required documentation and the submittal schedule associated with each document.

Bidder’s attention is directed to the City’s Municipal Code §22.0807(e),(3)-(5) for important
information regarding required documentation.


  ITEM               WHEN                         BY                         WHAT

 1.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL        Proposal (Bid) Form
 2.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL        Contractor/Vendor Registration Form
 3.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL        Bid Bond
                                                             Non-collusion Affidavit to be
                                                             Executed By Bidder and Submitted
 4.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL
                                                             with Bid under 23 USC 112 and PCC
                                                             7106
                                                             Contractors Certification of Pending
 5.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL
                                                             Actions
                                                             Equal Benefits Ordinance
 6.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL
                                                             Certification of Compliance
 7.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL        Form AA35 - List of Subcontractors
                                                             Form AA40 - Named
 8.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL
                                                             Equipment/Material Supplier List
                                                             Form AA45 - Subcontractors
 9.          BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL
                                                             Additive/Deductive Alternate
 10.         BID DUE DATE/TIME                    ALL        Form BB05 – Work Force Report
               WITHIN 1 WORKING            5 APPARENT LOW    Proof of Valid DBE-MBE-WBE-
 11.
              DAY OF BID OPENING               BIDDERS       DVBE Certification Status e.g., Certs.
           WITHIN 1 WORKING DAY           5 APPARENT LOW     SLBE-ELBE Good Faith
 12.
              OF BID OPENING                  BIDDERS        Documentations
             WITHIN 3 WORKING             5 APPARENT LOW
 13.                                                         Subcontractor Outreach Efforts
            DAYS OF BID OPENING               BIDDERS
                                                             Names of the principle individual
                                                             owners of the Apparent Low Bidder -
                                                             In the event the firm is employee
             WITHIN 10 WORKING             APPARENT LOW
 14.                                                         owned or publicly held, then the fact
            DAYS OF BID OPENING               BIDDER
                                                             should be stated and the names of the
                                                             firm’s principals and officers shall be
                                                             provided.
                                                             If the Contractor is a Joint Venture,
                                                             the following information must be
             PRIOR TO CONTRACT                               submitted:
 15.                                           CONTRACTOR
                   AWARD
                                                               Joint Venture Agreement
                                                               Joint Venture License

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                     REQUIRED DOCUMENTS SCHEDULE



  ITEM               WHEN                         BY                       WHAT

             AFTER APPROVAL OF
            AWARD OF CONTRACT
 16.          AND PRIOR TO NTP                 CONTRACTOR   Contract Forms


             AFTER APPROVAL OF
                                                            Contractor Certification - Drug-Free
 17.        AWARD OF CONTRACT                  CONTRACTOR
                                                            Workplace
              AND PRIOR TO NTP
             AFTER APPROVAL OF
                                                            Contractor Certification - American
 18.        AWARD OF CONTRACT                  CONTRACTOR
                                                            with Disabilities Act
              AND PRIOR TO NTP
             AFTER APPROVAL OF
                                                            Contractors Standards - Pledge of
 19.        AWARD OF CONTRACT                  CONTRACTOR
                                                            Compliance
              AND PRIOR TO NTP
 20.        BY 5th OF EACH MONTH               CONTRACTOR   CC20 - Monthly Employment Report
 21.        BY 5th OF EACH MONTH               CONTRACTOR   CC25 - Monthly Invoicing Report
 22.        PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE                CONTRACTOR   CC10 - Contract Change Order (CCO)
 23.        PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE                CONTRACTOR   CC15 - Final Summary Report
 24.        PRIOR TO ACCEPTANCE                CONTRACTOR   Affidavit of Disposal




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                               ((((((RECENT CHANGES))))))
The Bidder’s attention is directed to some of the recent changes in the City’s standard Contract
Documents. The list is not exhaustive and is provided for the convenience of the Bidders. It
highlights what could possibly be of importance to most users. The Bidders are still required to
review and become familiar with entire Contract Documents for the purpose of bidding.


                 HEADING/TOPIC                   SECTION                      REMARKS

    1        Equal Benefits               Instruction to Bidders   New ordinance

    2        Pledge of Compliance         Instruction to Bidders   New ordinance

    3        EOCP Forms                   EOCP                     Simplified/updated forms

    4        Subcontractor Requirements   SSP, subsection 2-3.4    Additional license requirements

    5        Trade Names or Equals        SSP, subsection 4-1.6.   Detailed specifications for
                                                                   substitution requests

    6        Extended Warranty            SSP, subsection 6-8.3    New contact/bond requirements
                                                                   for the extended warranty
                                                                   periods

    7        Open Trench Installations    SSP, subsection 306-     Basis of payment revised
                                          1.6

    8        Pre-award Submittals         SSP, subsection 500-     Experiences requirements
                                          1.1.2.1

    9        Work Involving The City      SSP, Section 700         Revised roles and
             Forces                                                responsibilities of various field
                                                                   works by the City Forces and
                                                                   the Contractors

    10       Water Discharges             SSP, subsection 805-     Revised base of payment for
                                          2.7.                     contaminated water work

    11       Policies and Procedures.     SSP, subsection 7-3.1    Revised insurance policy




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                              SPECIAL NOTICE
                  SMALL LOCAL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (SLBE)
                                   AND
                 EMERGING LOCAL BUSINESS ENTERPRISES (ELBE)
                                 PROGRAM
The Bidders are encouraged to take positive steps to diversify and expand their subcontractor
solicitation base and to offer contracting opportunities to all certified Subcontractors including
SLBEs, ELBEs, DBEs, MBEs, WBEs, DVBEs and OBEs.
This contract is subject to the requirements of the SLBE Program as specified in the SLBE-ELBE
section of the City’s EOCP Requirements included in the Contract Documents i.e., The
WHITEBOOK unless specified otherwise in this Special Notice page. The Bidders are required to
review The WHITEBOOK and become familiar with the detailed specifications including the
required documentation and the submittal schedule as related to SLBE-ELBE program.
Modifications to The WHITEBOOK
To The WHITEBOOK, SLBE-ELBE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, Section VIII (2) (b), “What
Are The Six Good Faith Efforts?” DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
“Make information of forthcoming opportunities available to SLBE-ELBE firms and arrange time for
contracts and establish delivery schedules, where requirements permit, in a way that encourages and
facilitates participation by SLBE-ELBE firms in the competitive process. This includes, whenever
possible, posting solicitations for bids or proposals for a minimum of 10 days before the Bid or
Proposal closing date.”
To The WHITEBOOK, SLBE-ELBE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS, Section VIII (3) and (4),
DELETE in their entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
   3. What are the instructions for bidders completing the good faith effort submittal?
       The information necessary to establish the bidder’s adequate good faith efforts to meet the
       contract goal should include:
       a) Advertisement Requirements
           Advertisements for subcontract work must comply with the following requirements:
           1. Advertisements must be placed at least 10 business days prior to bid opening. Provide
              the names and dates of each publication of where the advertisement was published.
              [Note: The advertisement is not required to be placed everyday for the 10 business days
              prior to bid opening.]
           2. There must be at least 2 advertisements published, 1 advertisement in a trade
              publication and one in a focus group publication. Additional advertising for SLBE-
              ELBE participation may be placed in newspapers, trade papers and on the Internet.
              For a listing of publications accepting advertisements, please visit the City of San
              Diego Equal Opportunity Contracting home page at http://www.sandiego.gov/eoc/
               2.1 Newspaper advertisements must be in the Bids Wanted, Legal Notices section of
                   the Classified Ads, Subcontracting Opportunities or Business Opportunities NOT
                   the Employment Opportunities Section.
           3. Advertisements must state which items or portions of work the bidder is requesting
              subcontractor pricing.
               3.1. It is the bidder’s responsibility to demonstrate that sufficient work to meet the
                    SLBE-ELBE goal was made available to SLBE-ELBE firms.


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               3.2. The bidder should make as many items of work available as possible to meet the
                    goal, including those items normally performed by the bidder with its own forces,
                    supplies and even items with a dollar value below 1/2 of 1% of the total bid.
           4. Advertisements must state that plans and specs are available at no cost to interested
              SLBE-ELBE firms and how to obtain them.
           5. Advertisements must state that assistance is available for SLBE-ELBE subcontractors
              in obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, or materials.
           6. Advertisements must state that assistance is available for SLBE-ELBE firms in
              obtaining bonding, lines of credit or insurance.
           7. Bidders MUST provide proof of publication of each advertisement by providing the
              publication affidavit which must include a legible copy of the entire advertisement
              and the original ENTIRE page of the publication in which the advertisement appears.
       b) SLBE-ELBE Written Solicitation Requirements
            Bidders must directly solicit SLBE-ELBE firms on the City’s approved SLBE-ELBE
            list. Solicitations for subcontract/vendor work must comply with the following
            requirements:
           1. The solicitation must be dated and list the name of the SLBE-ELBE firm.
           2. Solicitations must be made to the SLBE-ELBE firms at least 10 business days prior
              to bid opening.
           3. Solicitation must state which items or portions of work the bidder is requesting
              subcontractor pricing.
               2.1. It is the bidder’s responsibility to demonstrate that sufficient work to meet the
                    SLBE-ELBE goal was made available to SLBE-ELBE firms. The bidder should
                    make as many items of work available as possible to meet the goal, including
                    those items normally performed by the bidder with its own forces, supplies and
                    even items with a dollar value below 1/2 of 1% of the total bid.
           4. Solicitation must state that plans and specs are available at no cost to interested
              SLBE-ELBE firms and how to obtain them.
           5. Solicitations must state that assistance is available for SLBE-ELBE subcontractors in
              obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, or materials.
           6. Solicitations must state that assistance is available for SLBE-ELBE firms in
              obtaining bonding, lines of credit or insurance.
           7. Bidder must solicit ALL SLBE-ELBE firms on the City’s approved list, who have the
              NAICS code for the subcontract work sought by the general contractor.
           8. Bidders must provide copies of ALL solicitations with one of the following forms of
              verification that the solicitations were sent: a) If mailed: provide copies of the
              metered envelopes or certified mail receipts b) If faxed: provide copies of the fax
              transmittal confirmation sheet(s) c) If emailed: provide copies of the email delivery
              confirmation sheet(s). No credit shall be given for error messages, busy, cancelled,
              undeliverable, etc.
       c) SLBE-ELBE Written Solicitation Follow Up Requirements
           Bidders must follow-up with all SLBE – ELBE firms that were notified of the
           subcontracting opportunities to determine their level of interest and commitment to bid the
           project. When following up with the SLBE – ELBE firms, the bidder must do the following:
           1. Follow up communications must start no less than 5 business days prior to bid opening.

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           2. Bidders must provide copies of ALL written follow up notices with one of the
              following forms of verification that the follow up notices were sent: a) If mailed:
              provide copies of the metered envelopes or certified mail receipts b) If faxed: provide
              copies of the fax transmittal confirmation sheet(s) c) If emailed: provide copies of the
              email delivery confirmation sheet(s). No credit shall be given for error messages,
              busy, cancelled, undeliverable, etc.
           3. Bidders must make at least three telephone calls five days prior to bid opening date.
              Bidders must submit a telephone log as identified below.
               3.1 Submit a telephone log, as proof of telephone call, with the following requirements:
                   project name, name of person making the phone call, name of firm contacted, contact
                   person’s name, date of call, time of call, and details of conversation.
       d) Subcontract Award Summary
           Bidders must act in good faith with interested SLBE-ELBE firms and may only reject
           bids for legitimate business reasons.       The bidder must submit the following
           documentation:
           1. A DETAILED summary sheet which includes bid item number, scope of work,
              subcontractor/vendor name, bid amount, certification type, subcontractor/vendor
              selection and reason for selection / non-selection of all the subcontractors/vendors
              that responded.
           2. All subcontract/vendor bids received including bids for areas of work that were not
              included in the outreach and quotes from both certified and non-certified
              subcontractors/vendors. Subcontractor bid amounts MUST match the bid-listed
              dollar amounts on form AA35 and AA40 submitted with bidders sealed bid and the
              summary sheet dollar amounts MUST also match these amounts. If the Bidder
              decides to Self-Perform a scope of work, the Bidder MUST submit a detailed quote
              to show that the Bidder’s price is competitive to the price of the subcontractors that
              responded to outreach efforts. All dollar amounts and scopes of work on the
              subcontractor/vendor bid must not be altered by the prime bidder. If a revision is
              necessary, a revised quote must be obtained and provided. All verbal quotes MUST
              be substantiated by corresponding hard quote from the subcontractor/vendor.
       e) OUTREACH ASSISTANCE REQUIREMENTS
               Written notice must be forwarded to local organizations or groups to assist with outreach
               efforts. When contacting local organizations or groups, the Bidder must do the following:
           1. Contact a minimum of 5 local organizations or groups to provide assistance in
              contacting, recruiting and using SLBE-ELBE firms by written notice. For a listing of
              organizations or groups offering assistance, please visit the City of San Diego Equal
              Opportunity Contracting home page at http://www.sandiego.gov/eoc/
           2. Written notice must indicate the date and name of the local organization or group.
              Written notices must be forwarded to the organizations or groups at least 10
              business days prior to bid opening.
           3. Written notice must state which items or portions of work the bidder is requesting
              subcontractor pricing.
               3.1 It is the bidder’s responsibility to demonstrate that sufficient work to meet the
                   SLBE-ELBE goal was made available to SLBE-ELBE firms. The bidder should
                   make as many items of work available as possible to meet the goal, including
                   those items normally performed by the bidder with its own forces, supplies and
                   even items with a dollar value below 1/2 of 1% of the total bid.


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            4. Written notice must state that plans and specs are available at no cost to interested
               SLBE-ELBE firms and how to obtain them.
            5. Written notice must state that assistance is available for SLBE-ELBE subcontractors
               in obtaining necessary equipment, supplies, or materials.
            6. Written notice must state that assistance is available for SLBE-ELBE firms in
               obtaining bonding, lines of credit or insurance.
            7. Bidders must provide copies of ALL notices with one of the following forms of
               verification that the notices were sent: a) If mailed: provide copies of the metered
               envelopes or certified mail receipts b) If faxed: provide copies of the fax transmittal
               confirmation sheet(s) c) If emailed: provide copies of the email delivery confirmation
               sheet(s). No credit shall be given for error messages, busy, cancelled, undeliverable, etc.
            NOTE: Be careful when referring to “See Attachments” without providing explicit
            information where to find the material. Clearly identifying these items as Attachment A,
            Attachment B, etc. is suggested. Attachments may include, but are not limited to, copies
            of advertisements, solicitations and logs of telephone follow-ups, e-mail or fax receipts
            If there is a conflict between any of the Contract Documents, and this Special Notice, this
            Special Notice shall control.
Mandatory Subcontractor Participation. The City has incorporated a mandatory subcontractor
participation to enhance competition and maximize subcontracting opportunities. For the purpose of
achieving the mandatory subcontractor participation, a recommended breakdown of the SLBE and
ELBE goals based upon certified SLBE and ELBE firms has also been provided to achieve the
mandatory subcontractor participation goals:
                         0.7% SLBE
                         1.5% ELBE
                         ==============
                         2.2% Mandatory
For the purpose of achieving the subcontractor participation level (percentage), Additive, Deductive,
and Allowance Bid Items will not be included in the calculation.
Pre-Bid Conference: A Pre-Bid Conference is scheduled for this contract as specified in the Invitation to
Bids. The purpose of this meeting is to inform prospective Bidder(s) of the submittal requirements and
provisions relative to the SLBE Program. Bidder(s) is (are) strongly encouraged to attend the Pre-Bid
Conference to better understand the Good Faith Effort requirements of this contract.
Mandatory Conditions: Bid will be declared non-responsive if the Bidder fails the following
mandatory conditions.
    1. Bidder’s broad-based solicitation of sub-bids;
    2. Bidder’s inclusion of subcontractors at the level identified in this document or submission of
       good faith effort documentation as required; and
    3. Bidder’s submission of Good Faith Effort documentation demonstrating the Bidder made a
       good faith effort to outreach to and include SLBE-ELBE Subcontractors required in this
       document within 1 Working Day of the Bid opening if goal is not met.
Bid Discount: This contract is not subject to the Bid Discount program as described in The
WHITEBOOK, SLBE-ELBE Program Requirements, Section IV (2).
Questions: Questions concerning this program shall be directed to Henry Foster III at (619) 236-7161.
Resources: The current list of certified SLBE-ELBE firms and Good Faith Effort guidelines can be
found on the Equal Opportunity Contracting Program Department website. The Bidder(s) (is) are
encouraged to review the instructions for Bidder(s) completing the good faith effort submittal
available on the City’s website for EOCP.

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                           CITY OF SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
                                 INVITATION TO BIDS
1.   RECEIPT AND OPENING OF BIDS: Bid(s) will be received at the Purchasing & Contracting
     Department (P&C) at 1200 THIRD AVENUE, SUITE 200, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101 UNTIL
     2:00 PM on SEPTEMBER 21, 2011 for performing work on the following project (Project):
                               CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT
 2. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Work involves furnishing all labor, materials, equipment,
    services, and other incidental works and appurtenances for the construction of the Project as
    described below:
     The Work involves construction for the replacement of approximately 54,000 SF of roofing, lining,
     existing roof drains, upgrading to digital HVAC controls, upgrading of existing cooling tower.
     The Work shall be performed in accordance with:
        Bid No. K-12-5299-DBB-C and Plans numbered 36550-01-D through 36550-06-D,
         inclusive.
 3. ENGINEER’S ESTIMATE:                   The Engineer’s estimate of the most probable price for this
    contract is $1,200,000.00.
 4. LOCATION OF WORK: The location of Work is Citywide unless specified otherwise as
    follows:
                 This project is located in Council District 3, Casa Del Prado in Balboa Park.
 5. CONTRACT TIME: Work shall be completed within 120 Working Days from the date of
    issuance of the Notice To Proceed.
 6. CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE CLASSIFICATION: In accordance with the provisions of California
    Law, the Contractor shall possess valid appropriate license(s) at the time that the Bid is submitted.
    Failure to possess the specified license(s) shall render the Bid as non-responsive and shall act as a bar to
    award of the Contract to any Bidder not possessing required license(s) at the time of Bid.
     The City has determined the following licensing classification(s) for this contract:
                                               CLASS C39
 7. PRE-BID CONFERENCE: There will be a Pre-Bid Conference to discuss the scope of the
    project, bidding requirements, and Equal Opportunity Contracting Program requirements and
    reporting procedures in the Purchasing & Contracting Department (P&C) Conference Room at
    1200 Third Avenue, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92101 at 10:00 AM, on AUGUST 31, 2011.
     All prospective Bidders are encouraged to attend.
     To request a copy of the agenda on an alternative format, or to request a sign language or oral
     interpreter for this meeting, call the Purchasing & Contracting Department at (619) 236-6000 at
     least 5 Working Days prior to the Pre-Bid Conference to ensure availability.

 8. PRE-BID SITE VISIT: The prospective Bidders are encouraged to visit the Work Site with the
    Engineer. The purpose of the Site visit is to acquaint Bidders with the Site conditions. To
    request a sign language or oral interpreter for this visit, call the Purchasing & Contracting
    Department at (619) 236-6000 at least 5 Working Days prior to the meeting to ensure availability.
    A Pre-Bid Site Visit is offered when the details are provided as follows:
                  Time:                2:00 PM
                  Date:                AUGUST 31, 2011
                  Location:            Casa Del Prado, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 92101

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9. ADDITIONAL INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS: The Contractor or Subcontractor shall
   provide additional insurance beyond General Liability, Auto Liability, and Workers
   Compensation. The additional insurance has detailed and specific endorsement requirements
   which shall be met. Please refer to 7-3 and 7-4 for additional requirements.

10. CITY PROJECT MANAGER CONTACT INFORMATION: See the cover of the Specifications.

11. REFERENCE STANDARDS: Except as otherwise noted or specified, the Work shall be
    completed in accordance with the following standards which are on file in the office of the
    Engineering & Capital Projects Department:

    1. STANDARD SPECIFICATION

      Document No.           Filed      Description
                                        Standard Specifications for Public Works Construction
      PITS0504090            05-04-09
                                        (The GREENBOOK), 2009 Edition
                                        City of San Diego Standard Specifications for Public Works
      PITS09011001           09-01-10
                                        Construction (The WHITEBOOK), 2010 Update
                                        California Department of Transportation, Manual of Uniform
      AEC1231064             12-31-06
                                        Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD 2006)

                                        Standard Federal Equal Employment Opportunity
      769023                 09-11-84   Construction Contract Specifications and the Equal
                                        Opportunity Clause

    NOTE: The City of San Diego Supplement, 2010 Update now consolidates various City Public
    Works Construction Standard Specifications which in the past were included in the Supplementary
    Special Provisions. The Bidders’ attention is directed to this edition of the City Supplement for a
    close review to ensure no important information is missed for the preparation of the Bids.

    2. STANDARD DRAWINGS

     Document No.          Filed        Description
     PITS09011002          09-01-10     City of San Diego Standard Drawings
     N/A                   Varies       City Standard Drawings - Approved Updates For Use*
     AEC0925061            09-25-06     Caltrans 2006 U.S. Customary Unit Standard Plans

    NOTE: * The Reference Standards and additional drawings approved for use when specified are
    available on the City’s website under Engineering Documents and References at:
    http://www.sandiego.gov/engineering-cip.

12. WAGE RATES: Prevailing wages are not applicable to this project unless specified otherwise
    on the cover page of these specifications and when included in these specifications. See Funding
    Agency Provisions that follow this Invitation to Bid for more information.

Hildred Pepper, Jr.
Director
Purchasing & Contracting Department
 


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                                INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
1. PREQUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS: The contractor(s) who intend to submit Bid or
   Proposal in response to this invitation to bid, or RFP’s for GRC or As-Needed Design-Build Task
   Orders valued over $50,000, must be pre-qualified for the City estimated Contract Price or the
   specified Task Order limits prior to the date of Bid submittal.
    Bids from contractors who have not been pre-qualified as applicable, and Bids that exceed the
    maximum dollar amount at which contractors are pre-qualified, will be deemed non-responsive
    and ineligible for award or a Task Order authorization. Complete information and
    prequalification questionnaires are available at:
           http://www.sandiego.gov/engineering-cip/services/consultcontract/prequal.shtml
    The completed questionnaire, financial statement, and bond letter or a copy of the contractor’s
    SLBE-ELBE certification and bond letter, must be submitted no later than 2 weeks prior to the
    bid opening to the Engineering & Capital Projects Department Prequalification Program, 1010
    Second Avenue, Suite 1200, San Diego, CA 92101. For additional information or the answer to
    questions about the prequalification program, please contact David Stucky at 619-533-3474 or
    dstucky@sandiego.gov.
2. CONTRACTOR/VENDOR REGISTRATION: Prospective bidder(s) as well as existing
   contractors and vendors are required to complete and submit the Contractor/Vendor Registration
   form. Registration will be a prerequisite for the following:
        a) Submission of future contract or subcontract bids for City projects;
        b) Acceptance of all future contractor and vendor bills and invoices to the City and;
        c) Award of all future contracts issued by the City.
    Contractor/Vendor Registration shall remain valid for 2 years from the date the registration form
    is submitted, and must be renewed at that time.
    It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to obtain from all its proposed Subcontractors and
    Suppliers the Contractor/Vendor Registration form at time of notice of intent to award. Failure to
    do so may result in delay of NTP and/or impact on first payment. Electronic copy of the
    Contractor/Vendor Registration form is available for download from the following site:
    http://www.sandiego.gov/purchasing/vendor/index.shtml.
3. CITY'S RESPONSES AND ADDENDA: The City at its option, may respond to any or all
   questions submitted in writing, via letter, or FAX in the form of an addendum. No oral comment shall
   be of any force or effect with respect to this solicitation. The changes to the Contract Documents
   through addendum are made effective as though originally issued with the Bid. The Bidders shall
   acknowledge the receipt of Addenda on the form provided for this purpose in the Bid.
4. CITY'S RIGHTS RESERVED: The City reserves the right to cancel the Invitation to Bids at
   any time, and further reserves the right to reject submitted Bids, without giving any reason for
   such action, at its sole discretion and without liability. Costs incurred by the Bidder(s) as a result
   of preparing Bids under the Invitation to Bid shall be the sole responsibility of each bidder. The
   Invitation to Bid creates or imposes no obligation upon the City to enter a contract.
5. CONTRACT PRICING FORMAT: This solicitation is for a Lump Sum contract with Unit
   Price provisions as set forth in the Bid Proposal Form(s), Volume 2 unless specified otherwise
   (e.g., GRC contracts) in the Contract Documents.
6. SUBMITTAL OF “OR EQUAL” ITEMS PRIOR TO AWARD: In accordance with
   California Public Contract Code §3400(a), unless specified elsewhere in the Contract Documents,
   the Apparent Low Bidder shall submit its list of proposed substitutions for “an equal” (“or
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7. AWARD OF CONTRACT: The Bidder shall guarantee the Contract Price (or GRC Adjustment
   Factors) for a period of 120 days (90 days for Contracts valued at $500,000 or less) from the date
   of Bid opening to Award of the Contract by the Mayor or City Council action. The duration of the
   Contract Price (or Total Combined Adjustment Factor in case of GRC contracts) guarantee shall
   be extended by the number of days required for the City to obtain all items necessary to fulfill all
   conditions precedent, including bond and insurance.
8. AWARD PROCESS: The Award of this contract is contingent upon the Contractor’s compliance
   with all conditions precedent to Award, including the submittal of acceptable insurance and surety
   bonds pursuant to San Diego Municipal Code Section 22.3007. If the responsible Bid does not
   exceed the City's engineering estimate, the City will, in most cases, prepare contract documents
   for execution within 3 weeks of the date of the Bid opening and award the Contract within 5
   Working Days of receipt of properly executed Contract, bond, and insurance documents.
    This contract is deemed to be awarded, and effective, only upon the signing of the Contract by the
    Mayor or designee of the City.
9. SUBCONTRACT LIMITATIONS:                    The Bidder’s attention is directed to Standard
   Specifications for Public Works Construction, Section 2-3, “SUBCONTRACTS” which requires
   the Contractor to perform not less than the amount therein stipulated with its own forces. Failure
   to comply with these requirements may render the Bid non-responsive and ineligible for award.
10. AVAILABILITY OF PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS: Contract Documents may be
    obtained by visiting the City’s website:               http://www.sandiego.gov/engineering-
    cip/services/consultcontract/advertising.shtml. Plans and Specifications for this contract are
    also available for review in the office of the City Clerk or Purchasing and Contracting (P&C)
    Department at the address listed below.
    Questions about the meaning or intent of the Contract Documents as related to the scope of Work
    and of technical nature shall be directed to the Project Manager prior to Bid opening.
    Interpretations or clarifications considered necessary by the Project Manager in response to such
    questions will be issued by Addenda, which will be uploaded to eBidboard (or mailed or
    delivered to all parties recorded by the City as having received the Contract Documents for Minor
    Construction contracts). Questions received less than 14 days prior to the date for opening of
    Bids may not be answered. Only questions answered by formal written addenda will be binding.
    Oral and other interpretations or clarifications will be without legal effect. It is the Bidder's
    responsibility to become informed of any addenda that have been issued and to include all such
    information in its Bid.
    The Director (or designee), Purchasing & Contracting Department is the officer responsible for
    opening, examining, and declaring of competitive Bids submitted to the City for the acquisition,
    construction and completion of any public improvement except when otherwise set forth in these
    documents. Questions in these areas of responsibility (e.g., i.e. Pre-qualification, SCOPe
    information, bidding activities, bonds and insurance, etc. as related to this contract shall be
    addressed to the Contract Administration, Purchasing & Contracting Department, 1200 Third
    Avenue, Suite 200, San Diego, California, 92101, Telephone No. (619) 236-6000.
11. ELIGIBLE BIDDERS: No person, firm, or corporation shall be allowed to make, file, or be
    interested in more than 1 Bid for the same work unless alternate Bids are called for. A person,
    firm or corporation who has submitted a sub-proposal to a Bidder, or who has quoted prices on
    materials to a Bidder, is not hereby disqualified from submitting a sub-proposal or quoting prices
    to other Bidders or from submitting a Bid in its own behalf.
12. SAN DIEGO BUSINESS TAX CERTIFICATE: All Contractors, including Subcontractors,
    not already having a City of San Diego Business Tax Certificate for the work contemplated shall
    secure the appropriate certificate from the City Treasurer, Civic Center Plaza, first floor, before
    the Contract can be executed.

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13. PROPOSAL FORMS: Bid shall be made only upon the Bidding Documents i.e., Proposal form
    attached to and forming a part of the specifications. The signature of each person signing shall be
    in longhand. The entire specifications for the bid package do not need to be submitted with the
    bid. Bidder shall complete and submit, only, all pages in the "Bidding Document" Section (see
    Volume 2) as their Bid per the schedule given under “Required Documents,” (see Volume 1).
    Bidder is requested to retain for their reference other portions of the Contract Documents that are
    not required to be submitted with the Bid.
    Prices and notations shall be in ink or typewritten. All corrections (which have been initiated by
    the Contractor using erasures, strike out, line out, or "white-out") shall be typed or written in with
    ink adjacent thereto, and shall be initialed in ink by the person signing the bid proposal. Failure
    to initial all corrections made in the bidding documents shall cause the Bid to be rejected as non-
    responsive and ineligible for further consideration.
    Blank spaces must be filled in, using figures. Bidder’s failure to submit a price for any Bid item
    that requires the Bidder to submit a price shall render the Bid non-responsive and shall be cause
    for its rejection.
    Bids shall not contain any recapitulation of the Work. Conditional Bids will be rejected.
    Alternative proposals will not be considered unless called for.
    The Bid shall contain an acknowledgment of receipt of all addenda, the numbers of which shall
    be filled in on the Bid form. Failure to acknowledge addenda shall render the Bid non-responsive
    and shall be cause for its rejection.
    The City may require any Bidder to furnish a statement of experience, financial responsibility,
    technical ability, equipment, and references.
    Bids shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope and shall bear the title of the work and name of the
    Bidder and the appropriate State Contractors License designation which the Bidder holds.
    Bids may be withdrawn by the Bidder prior to, but not after, the time fixed for opening of Bids.
14. BIDDERS' GUARANTEE OF GOOD FAITH (BID SECURITY): With the exception of the
    contracts valued $5,000 or less, GRC and Design-Build contracts, and contracts subject to the
    Small and Local Business Program of $250,000 or less e.g., ELBE contracts, each Bidder shall
    accompany its Bid with either a cashier's check upon some responsible bank, or a check upon such
    bank properly certified or an approved corporate surety bond payable to the City of San Diego, for an
    amount of not less than 10% of the aggregate sum of the Bid, which check or bond, and the monies
    represented thereby shall be held by the City as a guarantee that the Bidder, if awarded the contract,
    will in good faith enter into such contract and furnish the required final bonds.
    The Bidder agrees that in case of Bidder’s refusal or failure to execute this contract and give
    required final bonds, the money represented by a cashier's or certified check shall remain the
    property of the City, and if the Bidder shall fail to execute this contract, the Surety agrees that it
    will pay to the City damages which the City may suffer by reason of such failure, not exceeding
    the sum of 10% of the amount of the Bid. A Bid received without the specified bid security will
    result in return of the Bid without consideration.
15. AWARD OF CONTRACT OR REJECTION OF BIDS:
        a) This contract may be awarded to the lowest responsible and reliable Bidder (for Design-
           Build contracts refer to the RFP for the selection and award information). Bidders shall
           complete the entire Bid schedule (e.g., schedule of prices). Failure to submit a completed
           schedule shall be considered a non-responsive Bid and therefore the Bidder shall be
           considered non-responsible.

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        b) The City reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, and to waive any informality or technicality
           in Bids received and any requirements of these specifications as to bidding procedure.
        c) Bidders will not be released on account of their errors of judgment. Bidders may be released
           only upon receipt by the City from the Bidder within 3 Working Days, excluding Saturdays,
           Sundays, and state holidays, after the opening of Bids, of written notice which includes proof
           of honest, credible, clerical error of material nature, free from fraud or fraudulent intent, and
           of evidence that reasonable care was observed in the preparation of the Bid.
        d) A non-selected Bidder may protest award of the Contract to the selected Bidder by submitting
           a written “Notice of Intent to Protest” including supporting documentation which shall be
           received by P&C Department no later than 10 days after the City’s announcement of the
           selected Bidder or no later than 10 days from the date that the City issues notice of
           designation of a Bidder as non-responsible in accordance with San Diego Municipal Code
           Chapter 2, §22.3029, “Protests of Contract Award.”
        e) The City of San Diego will not discriminate with regard to race, religious creed, color, national
           origin, ancestry, physical handicap, marital status, sex or age, in the award of contracts.
        f) Each Bid package properly executed as required by these specifications shall constitute a firm
           offer, which may be accepted by the City within the time specified in the Invitation to Bids.
        g) The City reserves the right to evaluate all Bids and determine the lowest Bidder (or
           winner for Design-Build contracts) on the basis of any proposed alternates, additive items
           or options, at its discretion.
16. BID RESULTS: The Bid opening by the City shall constitute the public announcement of the
    Apparent Low Bidder (or Apparent Winner in case of Design-Build contracts). In the event that
    the Apparent Low Bidder (or Apparent Winner in case of Design-Build contracts) is subsequently
    deemed non-responsive or non-responsible, a public announcement will be posted in the City’s
    web page, with the name of the newly designated Apparent Low Bidder (or Apparent Winner in
    case of Design-Build contracts).
    To obtain Bid results, either attend Bid opening, review the results on the City’s web site, or
    provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope, referencing Bid number, and Bid tabulation will be
    mailed to you upon verification of extensions. Due to time constraints, Bid results cannot be
    given out over the telephone.
17. THE CONTRACT: The Bidder to whom award is made shall execute a written contract with
    the City of San Diego and furnish good and approved bonds and insurance certificates specified
    by the City within 10 Working Days after receipt by Bidder of a form of contract for execution
    unless an extension of time is granted to the Bidder in writing. If the Bidder takes longer than 10
    Working Days to fulfill these requirements, then the additional time taken shall be added to the
    Bid guarantee. The Contract shall be made in the form adopted by the City, which includes the
    provision that no claim or suit whatsoever shall be made or brought by Contractor against any
    officer, agent, or employee of the City for or on account of anything done or omitted to be done
    in connection with this contract, nor shall any such officer, agent, or employee be liable
    hereunder. If the Bidder to whom the award is made fails to enter into the contract as herein
    provided, the award may be annulled and the Bidder's Guarantee of Good Faith will be subject to
    forfeiture. An award may be made to the next lowest responsible and reliable Bidder who shall
    fulfill every stipulation embraced herein as if it were the party to whom the first award was made.
    For contracts that are not Design-Build, pursuant to the San Diego City Charter section 94, the City may
    only award a public works contract to the lowest responsible and reliable Bidder. The City will require
    the Apparent Low Bidder to (i) submit information to determine the Bidder’s responsibility and
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    reliability, (ii) execute the Contract in form provided by the City, and (iii) furnish good and approved
    bonds and insurance certificates specified by the City within 10 days, unless otherwise approved by the
    City, in writing after the Bidder receives notification from the City, designating the Bidder as the
    Apparent Low Bidder and formally requesting the above mentioned items.
    The award of the Contract is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of the above mentioned
    items and becomes effective upon the signing of the Contract by the Mayor or designee. If the
    Apparent Low Bidder does not execute the Contract or submit required documents and
    information, the City may award the Contract to the next lowest responsible and reliable Bidder
    who shall fulfill every condition precedent to award. A corporation designated as the Apparent
    Low Bidder shall furnish evidence of its corporate existence and evidence that the officer signing
    the Contract and bond for the corporation is duly authorized to do so.
18. EXAMINATION OF PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND SITE OF WORK: The Bidder shall
    examine carefully the Project Site, the Plans and Specifications, the GRC Unit Price Books if
    applicable, other materials as described in the Special Provisions, Section 2-7, and the proposal forms
    (e.g., Bidding Documents) therefore. The submission of a Bid or GRC Task Order Proposal shall be
    conclusive evidence that the Bidder has investigated and is satisfied as to the conditions to be
    encountered, as to the character, quality, and scope of Work, the quantities of materials to be
    furnished, and as to the requirements of the Bidding Documents Proposal, Plans, and Specifications.
19. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE:
        a) General:
             City projects are subject to City of San Diego Resolution No. R-277952 adopted on May
             20, 1991. Bidders shall become aware of the provisions of Council Policy 100-17 which
             was established by Resolution No. R-277952. The policy applies equally to the
             Contractor and Subcontractors. The elements of the policy are outlined below.
        b) Definitions:
             "Drug-free workplace" means a site for the performance of work done in connection with
             a contract let by City of San Diego for the construction, maintenance, or repair of any
             facility or public work by an entity at which employees of the entity are prohibited from
             engaging in the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a
             controlled substance in accordance with the requirements of this section.
             "Employee" means the employee of a contractor directly engaged in the performance of
             work pursuant to a contract as described in Section 3, "City Contractor Requirements."
             "Controlled substance" means a controlled substance in schedules I through V of Section
             202 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. Sec. 812).
             "Contractor" means the department, division, or other unit of a person or organization
             responsible to the contractor for the performance of a portion of the work under the contract.
        c) City Contractor Requirements:
             Every person or organization awarded a contract or grant by the City of San Diego for the
             provision of services shall certify to the City that it will provide a drug-free workplace by
             doing all following:
             a. Publishing a statement notifying employees that the unlawful manufacture,
                distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance is prohibited in
                the person's organization's workplace and specifying the actions that will be taken
                against employees for violations of the prohibition.


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             b. Establishing a drug-free awareness program to inform employees about all of the
                following:
                   i. The dangers of drug abuse in the workplace.
                  ii. The person's or organization's policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace.
                  iii. Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation, and employee assistance programs.
                  iv. The penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations.
             c. Posting the statement required by subdivision (1) in a prominent place at contractor's
                main office. For projects large enough to necessitate a construction trailer at the job
                site, the required signage would also be posted at the Site.
        The Contractor shall include in each subcontract agreement language which indicates the
        Subcontractor's agreement to abide by the provisions of subdivisions a) through c) above.
        The Contractors and Subcontractors shall be individually responsible for their own drug-free
        workplace programs.
        Note: The requirements of a drug-free awareness program can be satisfied by periodic
        tailgate sessions covering the various aspects of drug-abuse education. Although an in-house
        employee assistance program is not required, contractors should be able to provide a listing of
        drug rehabilitation and counseling programs available in the community at large.
        Questions about the City's Drug-free Workplace Policy shall be referred to the Director,
        Purchasing & Contracting Department.
20. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT:
        a) General: City projects are subject to City of San Diego Resolution No. R-282153 adopted on
           June 14, 1993. The Bidders shall become aware of the provisions of Council Policy 100-04
           which was established by Resolution No. R-282153. The policy applies equally to the
           Contractor and all Subcontractors. The elements of the policy are outlined below.
        b) Definitions:
             "Qualified individual with a disability" means an individual with a disability who
             satisfies the requisite skill, experience, education and other job-related requirements of
             the employment position such individual holds or desires, and who, with or without
             reasonable accommodation, can perform the essential functions of such position.
             "Employee" means the employee of the Contractor directly engaged in the performance
             of Work.
        c) The City Requirements: Every person or organization entering into a contractual
           agreement with or receiving a grant from the City of San Diego shall certify to the City of
           San Diego that it will comply with the ADA by adhering to all of the provisions of the
           ADA listed below.
               i. The Contractor shall not discriminate against qualified persons with disabilities in
                  any aspects of employment, including recruitment, hiring, promotions, conditions and
                  privileges of employment, training, compensation, benefits, discipline, layoffs, and
                  termination of employment.
              ii. No qualified individual with a disability may be excluded on the basis of disability,
                  from participation in, or be denied the benefits of services, programs, or activities by
                  the Contractor or Subcontractors providing services for the City.

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             iii. The Contractor shall post a statement addressing the requirements of the ADA in a
                  prominent place at the worksite. The Contractor shall include in each subcontract
                  agreement, language which indicates the Subcontractor's agreement to abide by the
                  provisions of subdivisions (a) through (c) inclusive of Section 3. The Contractor and
                  Subcontractors shall be individually responsible for their own ADA employment
                  programs. Questions about the City's ADA Policy should be referred to the Contract
                  Administrator.
21. CONTRACTOR STANDARDS – PLEDGE OF COMPLIANCE: The City contracts,
    including public works construction projects, are subject to City of San Diego Municipal Code
    §22.3224 as amended 11/24/08 by ordinance O-19808. Bidders shall become aware that the
    requirements apply to Contractors and Subcontractors for contracts greater than $50,000 in value.
    Upon award, amendment, renewal, or extension of such contracts, the Contractors shall complete
    a Pledge of Compliance attesting under penalty of perjury that they complied with the
    requirements of this section.
    The Contractors shall ensure that their Subcontractors whose subcontracts are greater than
    $50,000 in value complete a Pledge of Compliance attesting under penalty of perjury that they
    complied with the requirements of this section. Subcontractors may access the Pledge of
    Compliance at:
             http://www.sandiego.gov/purchasing/pdf/contractor_standards_questionnaire.pdf.
    The Contractors shall include in each subcontract agreement, language which requires
    Subcontractors to abide by the provisions of City of San Diego Municipal Code §22.3224. A
    sample provision is as follows:
        “Compliance with San Diego Municipal Code §22.3224: Subcontractor acknowledges
        that it is familiar with the requirements of San Diego Municipal Code §22.3224 (“Contractor
        Standards”), and agrees to comply with requirements of that section. The Subcontractor
        further agrees to complete the Pledge of Compliance, incorporated herein by reference.”
22. NOTICE OF LABOR COMPLIANCE PROGRAM APPROVAL: The City of San Diego
    received initial approval as a Labor Compliance Program on August 11, 2003. The Labor
    Compliance              Program           Manual             is            available           at
    http://www.sandiego.gov/eoc/laborcompliance/#manual. The limited exemption from
    prevailing wages pursuant to Labor Code §1771.5(a) does not apply to contracts under
    jurisdiction of the Labor Compliance Program. Inquiries, questions, or assistance about the Labor
    Compliance Program should be directed to: Equal Opportunity Contracting Program, 1200 Third
    Ave., Suite 200 MS56P, San Diego, CA 92101, Tel. 619-236-6000.
23. PAYROLL RECORDS: The Contractor's attention is directed to the City of San Diego Labor
    Compliance Program, Section IV, pages 4-7, and the State of California Labor Code §§ 1771.5(b)
    and 1776 (Stats. 1978, Ch. 1249). These require, in part, that project contractors and
    subcontractors maintain and furnish to the City, at a designated time, a certified copy of each
    weekly payroll containing a statement of compliance signed under penalty of perjury. The
    Contractor shall be responsible for the compliance with these provisions by his Subcontractors.
    The City shall withhold contract payments when payroll records are delinquent or inadequate, or
    when it is established after investigation that underpayment has occurred.
24. APPRENTICES ON PUBLIC WORKS: The Contractor shall abide by the requirements of
    §§1777.5, 1777.6, and 1777.7 of the State of California Labor Code concerning the employment
    of apprentices by contractors and subcontractors performing public works contracts.

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25. EQUAL BENEFITS: This contract is subject to the City’s Equal Benefits Ordinance [EBO],
    Chapter 2, Article 2, Division 43 of the San Diego Municipal Code [SDMC].
    In accordance with the EBO, Bidders shall certify they will provide and maintain equal benefits
    as defined in SDMC §22.4302 for the duration of the Contract [SDMC §22.4304(f)]. Failure to
    maintain equal benefits is a material breach of the Contract [SDMC §22.4304(e)]. The Contractor
    shall notify employees of their equal benefits policy at the time of hire and during open
    enrollment periods and shall post a copy of the following statement in an area frequented by
    employees:
        “During the performance of a contract with the City of San Diego, this employer will provide
        equal benefits to its employees with spouses and its employees with domestic partners.”
    The Contractor shall give the City access to documents and records sufficient for the City to
    verify the contractors are providing equal benefits and otherwise complying with EBO
    requirements.
    Full text of the EBO and the Rules Implementing the Equal Benefits Ordinance are posted on the
    City’s website at www.sandiego.gov/purchasing/ or can be requested from the Equal Benefits
    Program at (619) 533-3948.
26. LIMITED COMPETITION: Contracts designated with a Bid number beginning with “L” may
    only be bid by the Contractors on the approved SLBE-ELBE Construction Contractors List. For
    information regarding the SLBE-ELBE Construction Program and registration go to the City’s
    web site: http://www.sandiego.gov.
27. PRE-AWARD ACTIVITIES:
    Pre-award Submittals - The Apparent Low Bidder (or winner in case of Design-Build contracts)
    shall provide the information required within the time specified in “Required Documents,” of this
    bid package. Failure to provide the information within the time specified may result in the Bid
    being rejected as non-responsive. If the Bid is rejected as non-responsive, the Apparent Low
    Bidder (or winner in case of Design-Build contracts) shall forfeit the Bid Security required under
    Invitation to Bids, of this bid package. The decision that the Apparent Low Bidder (or winner in
    case of Design-Build contracts) is non-responsive for failure to provide the information required
    within the time specified shall be at the sole discretion of the City.




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                                    CONTRACT FORMS
                                      AGREEMENT


CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT:
This contract is made and entered into between THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO, a municipal
corporation, herein called "City", and      , herein called "Contractor" for construction of
CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT; Bid No. K-12-5299-DBB-C; in the amount of
                                     ($     ), which is comprised of the Base Bid.

IN CONSIDERATION of the payments to be made hereunder and the mutual undertakings of the
parties hereto, City and Contractor agree as follows:

1.      The following are incorporated into this contract as though fully set forth herein:

        (a) The attached Faithful Performance and Payment Bonds.

        (b) The attached Proposal by Contractor.

        (c) That certain documents entitled CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT, on file
            in the office of the City Clerk as Document No.          , as well as all
            matters referenced therein.

2.      Contractor shall perform and be bound by all the terms and conditions of this contract and in
        strict conformity therewith shall perform and complete in a good and workmanlike manner
        CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT, Bid Number K-12-5299-DBB-C, San
        Diego, California.

3.      For such performances, the City shall pay to Contractor the amounts set forth at the times and
        in the manner and with such additions or deductions as are provided for in this contract, and
        Contractor shall accept such payment in full satisfaction of all claims incident to such
        performances.

4.      No claim or suit whatsoever shall be made or brought by Contractor against any officer,
        agent, or employee of the City for or on account of anything done or omitted to be done in
        connection with this contract, nor shall any such officer, agent, or employee be liable
        hereunder.

5.      This contract is effective as of the date that the Mayor or designee signs the agreement.




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                            CONTRACT FORMS (continued)
                                  AGREEMENT


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, this agreement is signed by the City of San Diego, acting by and
through its Mayor or designee, pursuant to Resolution No. R -     or Municipal Code
___________authorizing such execution.




THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO                     APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY

                                         Jan I. Goldsmith, City Attorney

By                                       By


Print Name:                              Print Name:


Mayor or designee        Mohsen Maali    Deputy City Attorney


Date:                                    Date:



CONTRACTOR


By


Print Name:


Title:


Date:


City of San Diego License No.

State Contractor’s License No.




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             CONTRACT FORMS (continued)
PERFORMANCE BOND AND LABOR AND MATERIALMEN’S BOND


FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE BOND AND LABOR AND MATERIALMEN'S BOND:

                                                                            , a corporation, as principal,
and                                                                , a corporation authorized to do
business in the State of California, as Surety, hereby obligate themselves, their successors and
assigns, jointly and severally, to The City of San Diego a municipal corporation in the sum of
                                                    for the faithful performance of the annexed contract,
and in the sum of                                                     for the benefit of laborers and
materialmen designated below.

Conditions:

         If the Principal shall faithfully perform the annexed contract CASA DEL PRADO RE-
ROOFING PROJECT, Bid Number K-12-5299-DBB-C, San Diego, California then the obligation
herein with respect to a faithful performance shall be void; otherwise it shall remain in full force.


         If the Principal shall promptly pay all persons, firms and corporations furnishing materials
for or performing labor in the execution of this contract, and shall pay all amounts due under the
California Unemployment Insurance Act then the obligation herein with respect to laborers and
materialmen shall be void; otherwise it shall remain in full force.


        The obligation herein with respect to laborers and materialmen shall inure to the benefit of all
persons, firms and corporations entitled to file claims under the provisions of Chapter 3 of Division 5
of Title I of the Government Code of the State of California or under the provisions of Section 3082
et seq. of the Civil Code of the State of California.

         Changes in the terms of the annexed contract or specifications accompanying same or
referred to therein shall not affect the Surety's obligation on this bond, and the Surety hereby waives
notice of same.




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                               CONTRACT FORMS (continued)
PERFORMANCE BOND AND LABOR AND MATERIALMEN’S BOND


        The Surety shall pay reasonable attorney's fees should suit be brought to enforce the
provisions of this bond.
        Dated                               ,2


Approved as to Form and Legality
                                                                    Principal

                                                 By



                                                 Printed Name of Person Signing for Principal
Jan I. Goldsmith, City Attorney


By
Deputy City Attorney                                                  Surety

                                                 By
                                                 Attorney-in-fact

Approved:
                                                 Local Address of Surety



Mayor or Designee,                               Local Address (City, State) of Surety



                                                 Local Telephone No. of Surety

                                                 Premium $

                                                 Bond No.




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                           CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION



                                  DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE


PROJECT TITLE:                  CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT


I hereby certify that I am familiar with the requirements of San Diego City Council Policy No. 100-17
regarding Drug-Free Workplace as outlined in INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS, "Drug-Free
Workplace", of the project specifications, and that;



                              (Name under which business is conducted)


has in place a drug-free workplace program that complies with said policy. I further certify that each
subcontract agreement for this project contains language which indicates the subcontractor’s
agreement to abide by the provisions of subdivisions a) through c) of the policy as outlined.



                 Signed

                 Printed Name

                 Title




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                          CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION


 AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATION


PROJECT TITLE:                    CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT


I hereby certify that I am familiar with the requirements of San Diego City Council Policy No. 100-4
regarding the American With Disabilities Act (ADA) outlined in the INSTRUCTIONS TO
BIDDERS, “American With Disabilities Act”, of the project specifications, and that;



                                     (Name under which business is conducted)

has in place workplace program that complies with said policy. I further certify that each subcontract
agreement for this project contains language which indicates the subcontractor’s agreement to abide
by the provisions of the policy as outlined.



                         Signed

                         Printed Name

                         Title




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                           CONTRACTOR CERTIFICATION


              CONTRACTOR STANDARDS – PLEDGE OF COMPLIANCE


PROJECT TITLE:                   CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT


I declare under penalty of perjury that I am authorized to make this certification on behalf of
                                                           , as Contractor, that I am familiar with the
requirements of City of San Diego Municipal Code § 22.3224 regarding Contractor Standards as
outlined in INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS ("Contractor Standards"), of the project specifications,
and that Contractor has complied with those requirements.

I further certify that each of the Contractor’s subcontractors whose subcontracts are greater than
$50,000 in value has completed a Pledge of Compliance attesting under penalty of perjury of having
complied with City of San Diego Municipal Code § 22.3224.




Dated this                Day of                      ,2          .



Signed

Printed Name

Title




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                                 AFFIDAVIT OF DISPOSAL
WHEREAS, on the                  DAY OF                          ,2      , the undersigned entered
into and executed a contract with the City of San Diego, a municipal corporation, for:

                            CASA DEL PRADO RE-ROOFING PROJECT

as particularly described in said contract and identified as Bid No. K-12-5299-DBB-C; SAP No.
(WBS/IO/CC) B-00960 and WHEREAS, the specifications of said contract requires the Contractor
to affirm that "all brush, trash, debris, and surplus materials resulting from this project have been
disposed of in a legal manner"; and WHEREAS, said contract has been completed and all surplus
materials disposed of:




NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the final payment by the City of San Diego to said
Contractor under the terms of said contract, the undersigned Contractor, does hereby affirm that all
surplus materials as described in said contract have been disposed of at the following location(s)




and that they have been disposed of according to all applicable laws and regulations.

Dated this                DAY OF                         ,2               .

                                         Contractor
by

ATTEST:

STATE OF

County of

On this              DAY OF                                    ,2       , before the undersigned, a
Notary Public in and for said County and State, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared
                                          known to me to be the          _
Contractor named in the foregoing Release, and whose name is subscribed thereto, and acknowledged
to me that said Contractor executed the said Release.



Notary Public in and for said County and State




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               SUPPLEMENTARY SPECIAL PROVISIONS (SSP)
THESE SUPPLEMENTARY SPECIAL PROVISIONS CONFORM TO THE STANDARD
SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION (GREENBOOK)
CURRENTLY ADOPTED BY THE CITY, INCLUDING ITS CURRENT SUPPLEMENT
AMENDMENTS (CITY SUPPLEMENT), EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING:
                                PART 1 – GENERAL PROVISIONS
     SECTION 1 – TERMS, DEFINITIONS, ABBREVIATIONS, UNITS OF MEASURE,
                               AND SYMBOLS
1-2 DEFINITIONS.
Agency – ADD the following:
Regulatory activities handled by the City of San Diego Developmental Services, Fire and Planning
Departments, or any other City Department are not subject to the responsibilities of the City under
this contract.
Certificate of Compliance – To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE
with the following:
A written document signed and submitted by a supplier or manufacturer that certifies that the material
or assembled material supplied to the Work site complies with the requirements of the Contract
Documents.
Contract Documents – To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the
following:
The Agreement, Addendum, Invitation to Bid, Instructions to Bidders, special notice page, funding
agency provisions, Bid and documentation accompanying the Bid and any post-bid documentation
submitted prior to the Notice of Award when attached as an exhibit to the Contract, Bonds, permits
from jurisdictional regulatory agencies, Supplementary Special Provisions (SSP), City’s EOCP
Requirements, City Supplement, Plans, Standard Plans, Construction Documents, Reference
Specifications listed in the Invitation to Bid or the RFP for Design-Build contracts, Request for
Qualifications (RFQ), Statement of Qualifications (SOQ), Request for Proposals (RFP),
modifications issued after the execution of the Contract e.g., Change Orders, Construction Manager
At Risk’s Guaranteed Maximum Price including written qualifications, assumptions and conditions
thereto and Pre-construction Services Agreement.
Normal Working Hours. To the City Supplement, ADD the following:
The Normal Working Hours shall be 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
Notice of Completion (NOC) – ADD the following:
See California Civil Code section 3093.
Samples - Physical examples which illustrate materials, equipment or workmanship and establish
standards by which the Work will be evaluated.
                        SECTION 2 - SCOPE AND CONTROL OF WORK
2-1.2.2 Joint Venture Contractors. To the City Supplement, last paragraph, DELETE in its entirety
and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
The Joint Venture shall designate an on-site representative and an alternate in writing. The on-site
representative and the alternate shall have the full authority to bind all Joint Venture partners.
The Joint Venture shall provide a copy of the Joint Venture agreement and the Joint Venture license
to the City within 10 Working Days after receipt by the Bidder of Contract forms


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2-3.2 Self Performance. DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
The Contractor shall perform, with its own organization, Contract work amounting to at least 50
percent of the base bid unless specified otherwise. The self performance percentage requirement will
be waived for contracts when a “B” License is required or allowed
2-3.3 Status of Subcontractors. ADD the following:
With every request for payment, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a breakdown showing
monthly and cumulative amounts of the Work performed under Change Order by the Contractor and
the Subcontractors. The reporting format shall be approved by the Engineer.
2-3.4 Subcontract Requirements. To the City Supplement, ADD the following paragraph:
The Contractor shall ensure that all of its Subcontractors are licensed at the time of the execution of
their subcontract agreements. In the event a Subcontractor is not properly licensed, the Contractor
shall cease payment to Subcontractor for all work performed when the Subcontractor was improperly
licensed. Any payment made by the Contractor to a Subcontractor for work performed when the
Subcontractor was unlicensed shall be returned to the City.
Where the Contract Documents require that a particular product be installed or applied by an
applicator approved by the manufacturer, it is the Contractor’s responsibility to ensure the
Subcontractor or Supplier employed for such work is approved by the manufacturer.
2-5.4.1 General. ADD the following:
Source Identification e.g., RFI numbers and Change Order numbers as required to identify the source
of the change to the Contract Documents shall be noted.
2-5.4.2 Asset Specific Red-lines (d). ADD the following:
       Dimensional changes to the drawings.
       Revisions to details shown on drawings.
       Depths of foundations below first floor.
       Locations and depths of underground utilities.
       Revisions to routing of piping and conduits.
       Revisions to electrical circuitry.
       Actual equipment locations.
       Duct size and routing.
       Locations of concealed internal utilities.
       Changes made by Change Order.
       Details not on original Plans.
2-6 WORK TO BE DONE. ADD the following:
In accordance with the provisions of California Law, the Contractor shall possess or require the
Subcontractor(s) to possess valid appropriate license(s) for the Work being performed.
2-10 AUTHORITY OF BOARD AND ENGINEER. ADD the following:
Regulating agencies of the City, such as Developmental Services, Fire and Planning Departments,
enforce Legal Requirements and standards. These enforcement activities are not subject to the
responsibilities of the Engineer under this Agreement.


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2-11 INSPECTION. ADD the following:
The City may utilize field inspectors to assist the Engineer during construction in observing
performance of the Contractor. The inspector is for the purpose of assisting the Engineer and shall
not be confused with an inspector with a City regulatory agency or with a Special Inspector.
Code compliance testing (including all Geotechnical requirements) and inspections required by codes
or ordinances, or by a plan approval authority, shall be the responsibility of and shall be paid by the
Contractor, unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents.
The Contractor’s quality control testing and inspections shall be the sole responsibility of the
Contractor and paid by the Contractor included in the Bid price.
2-14.2 Integration of the Work with Separate Contractors. To the City Supplement, ADD the
following:
The Contractor shall prepare a plan in order to integrate the work performed by Separate Contractors,
the City Forces, or both with the performance of the Work.
                            SECTION 4 - CONTROL OF MATERIALS
4-1.3.1 General. First paragraph, ADD the following:
Other standard items or materials typically accepted by Certificate of Compliance shall not require
inspection at the source unless specified in the Special Provisions. For a list of these items or
materials, the Contractor may refer to the Contract Documents.
4-1.3.5 Special Inspections. To the City Supplement, ADD the following:
Special Inspection and testing by the Special Inspectors shall meet the minimum requirements of the
prevailing Codes and by the City’s Development Services Department (DSD) and reference in
http://www.sandiego.gov/development-services/industry/special.shtml
4-1.5 Certificates of Compliance.        To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety and
SUBSTITUTE with the following:
4-1.5 Certificates of Compliance. DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
Certificates of Compliance shall be furnished to the Engineer prior to the use of any material or
assembled material for which these Specifications so require or if so required by the Engineer.
The Engineer may waive the materials testing requirements of the Specifications and accept a
Certificate of Compliance. Manufacturing test data may be required by the Engineer to be included
with the submittal.
Materials used on the basis of a Certificate of Compliance may be sampled and tested at any time. The
submission of a Certificate of Compliance shall not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for
incorporating material in the Work which conforms to the requirements of the Contract Documents, and
any material not conforming to the requirements will be subject to rejection whether in place or not.
When professional certification of performance criteria of materials, systems or equipment is required
by the Contract Documents, the City shall be entitled to rely upon the accuracy and completeness of
such calculations and certifications.
4-1.6 Trade Names or Equals. To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE
with the following:
ADD the following:
Whenever materials or equipment are indicated in the Contract Documents by using the name of a
proprietary item or the name of a particular Supplier, the naming of the item is intended to establish
the type, function, and quality required. Unless stated otherwise, materials or equipment of other
Suppliers may be accepted if sufficient information is submitted to the Engineer for review to
determine whether the material or equipment proposed is equivalent or equal to that named.

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        a) The Contractor shall submit its list of proposed substitutions for “an equal” (“or equal”)
           item(s) no less than 15 Working Days prior to Bid due date and on a City form when
           provided by the City.
            i. The City will respond to the Contractor’s substitution proposal by at least 3 Working
               Days prior to the Bid due date. If the City fails to respond to the Contractor’s
               substitution proposal within the specified time period, the substitution proposal will
               be deemed denied.
           ii. The Contractor may bring forward a substitution proposal after Award that was
               denied based on the City’s failure to respond by submitting a “Cost Reduction
               Proposal” in accordance with 3-1.3.
        b) The request for substitution shall include the following information:
              i. Whether or not acceptance of the substitute for use in the Work will require a change
                 in any of the Contract Documents to adopt the design to the proposed substitute.
              ii. Whether or not incorporation or use of the substitute in connection with the Work is
                  subject to payment of any license fee or royalty.
             iii. All variations of the proposed substitute from the items originally specified will be
                  identified.
             iv. Available maintenance, repair, and replacement service requirements.             The
                 manufacturer shall have a local service agency within 50 miles of the site which
                 maintains properly trained personnel and adequate spare parts and is able to respond
                 and complete repairs within 24 hours.
             v. Certification that the proposed substitute will perform adequately the functions and
                achieve the results called for by the general design, and be similar and of equal
                substance to that indicated, and be suited to the same use as that specified.
        c) There is no guaranteed time frame for the City’s review of the substitution requests.
        d) The burden of proof as to the type, function, and quality of any such substitute product,
           material or equipment shall be upon the Contractor. The Engineer may require at the
           Contractor's expense additional data about the proposed substitute.
        e) If the Engineer takes no exceptions to the proposed substitution, it shall not relieve the
           Contractor from responsibility for the efficiency, sufficiency, quality, and performance of
           the substitute material or equipment, in the same manner and degree as the material and
           equipment specified by name.
        f) The lack of action(s) on the Engineer’s side within the Contractor’s requested time shall
           not constitute acceptance of the substitution.
        g) Acceptance by the Engineer of a substitute item shall not relieve the Contractor of the
           responsibility for full compliance with the Contract Documents.
        h) For the substitution review process or to have materials listed on the AML, refer to the
           AML standard review process.
        i)   The Bid submittal shall be based on the material and equipment specified by name in the
             Contract. If the proposal is rejected by the Engineer, the Contractor shall not be entitled
             to either an extension in Contract Time, increase in the Contract Price, or both.
        j)   As applicable, no Shop Drawing or Working Drawing submittals shall be made for a
             substitute item nor shall any substitute item be ordered, installed, or utilized without the
             Engineer's prior written.
        k) The Contractor shall reimburse the City for the charges of the Engineer for evaluating
           each proposed substitute.


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        l)   For Design-Build contracts, one copy of all designer reviewed submittals shall be
             provided to the Engineer.
         SECTION 6 - PROSECUTION, PROGRESS AND ACCEPTANCE OF WORK
6-1.2 Commencement of Work. To the City Supplement, DELETE the following:
1st sentence of the 2nd paragraph and the 5th paragraph in its entirety.
6-8.3 Warranty. ADD the following:
Nothing in this warranty is intended to limit any manufacturer’s warranty which provides the City
with greater warranty rights than set forth in this section or the Contract Documents. The Contractor
shall provide the Engineer with all manufacturers’ warranties upon Substantial Completion.
These specifications are not intended to constitute a period of limitations or waiver of any other rights
or remedies City may have regarding the Contractor’s other obligations under the Contract
Documents or federal or state law.
The Contractor shall respond and initiate corrective action within 24 hours of notice of
nonconforming Work that poses an imminent threat to person or property.
6-9 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES.                   To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety and
SUBSTITUTE with the following:
MODIFY to increase the daily value from $250 to $1,000 for contracts with a value of over $100,000.
                  SECTION 7 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONTRACTOR
7-2.2 Laws. ADD the following:
The Contractor and Subcontractors shall submit weekly certified payrolls online via Prism® i.e., the
City’s web-based labor compliance program. Instructions on how to use the system will be provided
to the Contractor after the award.
7-3 LIABILITY INSURANCE.
7-3.1 Policies and Procedures. To the City Supplement, first paragraph, DELETE in its entirety
and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
The Contractor shall procure the insurance described below, at its sole cost and expense, to provide
coverage against claims for loss including injuries to persons or damage to property, which may arise
out of or in connection with the performance of the Work by the Contractor, the Contractor's agents,
representatives, officers, employees or subcontractors. Insurance coverage for property damage
resulting from the Contractor’s operations shall be on a replacement cost valuation. The market value
will not be accepted. The Contractor shall maintain this insurance for the duration of this contract and
at all times thereafter when the Contractor is correcting, removing, or replacing Work in accordance
with this contract. The Contractor’s liabilities under this contract, e.g., the Contractor’s indemnity
obligations, shall not be deemed limited to the insurance coverage required by this contract.
7-3.2.3 Contractors Pollution Liability Insurance. To the City Supplement, DELETE this in its
entirety.
7-3.2.4 Contractors Hazardous Transporters Pollution Liability Insurance.                  To the City
Supplement, DELETE in its entirety.
7-3.2.6 Railroad Protective Liability Insurance. To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety.
7-3.5.3 Contractors Pollution Liability Insurance Endorsements.              To the City Supplement,
DELETE this section in its entirety.
7-3.5.4 Contractors Hazardous Transporters Pollution Liability Insurance Endorsements. To
the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety.

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7-3.10 Architects and Engineers Professional Insurance To the City Supplement, DELETE this
section in its entirety.
7-4.1.1 Worker’s Compensation Insurance for Work In, Over, or Alongside Navigable Waters.
To the City Supplement, DELETE this section in its entirety.
7-5.3 Payment. To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
The payment for applying for and obtaining the required permits shall be included in the various Bid
items unless a Bid item has been provided.
ADD: 7-6.2 Pre-construction Meeting. Prior to the commencement of any Work, the Engineer will
schedule a pre-construction conference. The purpose of this conference is to establish a working
relationship between the Contractor, utility firms, and various City agencies. The agenda will include
critical elements of the work schedule, submittal schedule, cost breakdown of major lump sum items,
Payment Requests and processing, coordination with the involved utility firms, the level of record
project documents required and emergency telephone numbers for all representatives involved in the
course of construction.
7-8.6 Water Pollution Control. ADD the following:
    a) The Project is subject to the Storm Water Pollution control requirements listed on the Plans or
       as specified in these specifications.
    b) For contracts subject to Construction General Permit (CGP), the Contractor’s QSD shall
       verify the City’s assessment prior to submittal through SMARTS.
    c) The Contractor’s attention is directed to Section 801, “WATER POLLUTION CONTROL”
       of these specifications for more information.
Based on a preliminary assessment by the City, this contract is subject WPCP.
7-9 PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS. ADD the following:
In any emergency affecting the safety of persons or property, the Contractor shall act, at its discretion, to
prevent threatened damage, injury or loss. Any change in Contract Price or Contract Time resulting from
emergency work shall be determined as provided in SECTION 3, “CHANGES IN WORK.”
7-10.1 Traffic and Access. To the City Supplement, DELETE the agency notification listing in its
entirety and SUBSTITUTE with the following:
The Contractor shall notify Metropolitan Transit System (MTS), a minimum of 5 Working Days prior to
excavation, construction, or traffic control affecting bus stops. The Contractor shall notify the remaining
agencies a minimum of two 2 Working Days prior to construction activities affecting the agencies:
Fire Department Dispatch               (Street or alley closure)                          (858) 573-1300
Police Department Traffic              (Street or alley closure)                          (858) 495-7800
Street Division/Electrical             (Traffic signals)                                  (619) 527-7500
U.S. Navy                              (32nd Street Naval Station)                        (619) 556-1319
Underground Service Alert              (Any excavation)                                   (800) 422-4133
MTS                                    (Street Closure and Bus Stops)            (619) 238-0100 Ext 6451
                    SECTION 8 - FACILITIES FOR AGENCY PERSONNEL
8-2 FIELD OFFICE FACILITIES. To the City Supplement, DELETE in its entirety.




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                              PART 8 – ENVIRONMENTAL WORKS
                       SECTION 801 – WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
801-2.9 Post-Construction Requirements. To the City Supplement second paragraph, ADD the
following:
The decal-disc inlet markers shall be “das Duracast Curb Marker®” or approved equal.
ADD the following:
The Contractor shall comply with the following post-construction requirements:
Inlet Markers.
                 (((((((END OF SUPPLEMENTARY SPECIAL PROVISIONS)))))))




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                                    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS




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                                        SECTION 01010
                                      SUMMARY OF WORK

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.01    DESCRIPTION

        Totaling Approximately 57,000 square feet.

        A.       In general, the scope of work includes, but shall not be limited to, the following
                 sections of the specifications which are more fully described herein:

                 DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

                 01010 Summary of Work

                 DIVISION 2 - SITE WORK

                 02070 Selective Demolition

                 DIVISION 7 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION

                 07321 Clay Tile Roof Replacement
                 07511 Hot Applied Built-Up Roofing W / Title 24 Compliant Surfacing
                 07600 Flashing and Sheet Metal

        B.       Applicable portions of Section 01010 apply to all other sections of these
                 specifications, therefore these applicable portions are not specifically referred to in
                 those other sections.

PART 2 – PRODUCTS (Not Used)

PART 3 - EXECUTION (Not used)

                                         END OF SECTION




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                                        SECTION 02070
                                    SELECTIVE DEMOLITION

PART 1 – GENERAL

1.01    DESCRIPTION OF WORK

        A.       Extent of selective demolition work is indicated in specifications and will be
                 identified during pre-bid walkthrough.

        B.       Types of Selective Demolition Work: Demolition requires the selective removal and
                 subsequent offsite disposal of the following:

                 1.      Existing roofing materials and flashings of all designated roof Areas,
                         Designated hazardous materials including asbestos containing roof materials
                         and lead paint to be removed per section 13281 in accordance with City
                         requirements for hazardous material removal and disposal.
                 2.      Removal and replacement of all roof drains.
                 3.      Removal and proper disposal of designated obsolete equipment and
                         equipment supports
                 4.      Remove and replace roof access hatch.
                 5.      Tile shall be removed and stacked for re-use.     Remove and dispose of any
                         broken / damaged tile.

1.02    PROTECTIONS

        A.       Provide temporary barricades and other forms of protection as required to protect the
                 City's personnel and general public from injury due to selective demolition work and
                 roof installation.

        B.       Provide protective measures as required to provide free and safe passage of the City’s
                 personnel and general public to and from occupied portions of building.

        C.       Protect walks, paving, landscaping, etc. with suitable coverings when necessary.

        D.       Remove barricades and protections at completion of work.

        E.       Damages: Promptly repair damages caused to adjacent facilities by demolition work
                 at no cost to the City.

1.03    TRAFFIC

        A.       Conduct selective demolition operations and debris removal in a manner to ensure
                 minimum interference with roads, streets, walks, and other adjacent occupied or used
                 facilities.

        B.       Do not close, block, or otherwise obstruct streets, walks or other occupied or used
                 facilities without written permission from the City or authorities having jurisdiction.
                 Provide alternate routes around closed or obstructed traffic ways if required by
                 governing regulations.




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1.04    UTILITY SERVICES

        A.       Maintain existing utilities indicated to remain; keep in service, and protect against
                 damage during demolition operations.

        B.       Do not interrupt any existing utilities serving occupied or used facilities, except when
                 authorized in writing by authorities having jurisdiction. Provide temporary services
                 during interruptions to existing utilities, as acceptable to the City.

1.05    ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS

        A.       Use water sprinkling and other suitable methods to limit dust and dirt rising and
                 scattering in air to lowest practical level. Comply with governing regulations
                 pertaining to environmental protection.

1.06    ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS

        A.       Use water sprinkling and other suitable methods to limit dust and dirt rising and
                 scattering in air to lowest practical level. Comply with governing regulations
                 pertaining to environmental protection.

PART 2 – PRODUCTS (NOT USED)

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.01    Removal of Existing Roof

                 Existing roofing system is to be removed. Contractor shall provide all labor, material,
                 equipment and tools as required to prepare the existing roofing system for the
                 removal and disposal. Contractor shall remove existing roof as required to prepare
                 existing roof surface to receive metal and membrane system as specified herein.
                 Roof shall be cleaned and free of all debris to the satisfaction of the Roofing
                 Manufacturer and City Representative. Debris and all material removed, shall be
                 removed and disposed of at the Contractor’s expense in a proper disposal site.

                 The Contractor shall assume full responsibility and liability for compliance with all
                 applicable Federal, State and local regulations pertaining to work practices, hauling,
                 disposal, and protection of workers, visitors to the site and building occupants.

3.02    MATERIAL AND DEBRIS STORAGE

        A.       Provide suitable containers to hold debris and all material from selective demolition,
                 so that all debris and material from selective demolition will occupy only areas
                 authorized by the City.

3.03    DEMOLITION

        A.       Perform selective demolition work in a systematic manner. Use such methods as
                 required to complete work indicated in Specifications in accordance with demolition
                 schedule and governing regulations. Schedule demolition work to minimize risk of
                 exposure to rain or other unfavorable weather conditions.




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3.04    CLEAN-UP AND REPAIR

        A.       Upon completion of demolition work, remove tools, equipment, and demolished
                 materials from site. Remove protections and leave interior areas broom clean.

                 1.      Repair demolition performed in excess of that required. Repair and restore
                         structures and surfaces to remain to condition existing prior to
                         commencement of selective demolition work. Repair adjacent construction
                         or surfaces soiled or damaged by selective demolition work.

                                        END OF SECTION




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                                           SECTION 07321
                                     TILE ROOF REPLACEMENT

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.01    SCOPE OF WORK

        A.       Furnish and install specified roofing and related components.

        B.       Work includes:

                 1.      Removal of existing roofing, nailers and flashing materials to substrate, save
                         tile for re-use:
                 2.      Repair any spalled areas of concrete deck.
                 3.      Prime deck with low volatile asphalt primer.
                 4.      Install 2 layers of High Temperature Water Shield Membrane, install per
                         manufacturer’s warranty detail requirements.
                 5.      Re-use existing 2 piece clay tile, secure with Twisted Wire Tyle-Tye
                         System utilizing stainless steel tie wires. Install in strict accordance with
                         system by Newport Tool and Fasteners Company.
                 6.      Install new flashing metal utilizing 16 ounce copper or approved equal.
                 7.      Reuse existing tile on front and sides of building, replacement tile shall
                         match existing 2 piece tile as closely as possible.
                 8.      Install mortar to fill openings at hips / ridge, consisting of 1 part Portland
                         cement to 3 parts damp plaster sand.

1.02    QUALITY CONTROL

        A.       Contractor shall:

                 1.      Be experienced in steep slope roofing.
                         a.         Five (5) years minimum.
                 2.      Be acceptable to Owner.
                 3.      Be a manufacturer Certified Contractor.
                 4.      Has not been in Chapter 7 during the last ten (10) years.
                 5.      Provide a list of at least five (5) projects available for inspection employing
                         the same system within a 75-mile radius of Owner.

        B.       Roofing material manufacturer shall:

                 1.      Be an Associate Member in good standing with the National Roofing
                         Contractors’ Association (NRCA) for at least five (5) years.
                 2.      Be nationally recognized in roofing, waterproofing, and moisture survey
                         industry.
                 3.      Be approved by Owner..
                 4.      Has not been in Chapter 11 during the last five (5) years.


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        C.       Random sampling:

                 1.      Roofing material:
                         a.         During course of work, Owner’s Representative may secure samples
                                    according to ASTM D140-93 of materials being used from
                                    containers at job site and submit them to an independent laboratory
                                    for comparison to specified material.
                         b.         Should test results prove that a material is not functionally equal to
                                    specified material:
                                    1)      Contractor shall pay for all testing.
                                    2)  Roofing installed and found not to comply with the
                                        specifications shall be removed and replaced at no change in
                                        the contract price.
        D.       Regulatory requirements:

                 1.      Uniform Building Code.
                 2.      UL Classified Fire Rating - UL 790.
                         a.         Class A.
                 3.      California State Building Code Title 24. (Tile)

        E.       Plans and specifications:

                 1.      Contractor shall notify the Owner of any omissions, contradictions, or
                         conflicts seven (7) days before bid date. The Owner shall provide necessary
                         corrections or additions to plans and specifications by addendum. If
                         Contractor does not so notify the Owner of any such condition, it will be
                         assumed that the Contractor has included the necessary items in the bid to
                         complete this specification.

                 2.      It is the intent that this be a completed project as far as the contract documents
                         set forth. It is not the intent that different phases of work on this project be
                         delegated to various trades and subcontractors by the contract documents.
                         Contractor must make own contracts with various subcontractors, setting forth
                         the work these subcontractors will be held responsible for. The Contractor alone
                         will be held responsible by the Owner for the completed project.

                 3.      If the Contractor feels a conflict exists between what is considered good
                         roofing practice and these specifications, contractor shall state in writing all
                         objections prior to submitting quotations.

                 4.      It is the Contractor’s responsibility during the course of the work to bring to
                         the attention of the Owner’s representative any defective membrane,
                         insulation or deck discovered where not previously identified.

1.03    DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

        A.       Delivery of materials:

                 1.      Deliver materials to job site in new, dry, unopened, and well-marked
                         containers showing product and manufacturer’s name.


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                 2.      Deliver materials in sufficient quantity to allow continuity of work.

                 3.      Coordinate delivery with the Owner.

        B.       Do not order project materials or start work before receiving written approval from
                 the Owner.

        C.       Storage of materials:

                 1.      Store roll goods on ends only. Discard rolls which have been flattened, creased,
                         or otherwise damaged. Place materials on pallets. Do not stack pallets.

                 2.      For insulation, remove plastic packaging shrouds. For felt rolls, slit the top
                         of the plastic shrink wrap only. Cover top and sides of all stored materials
                         with tarpaulin (not polyethylene). Secure tarpaulin.

                 3.      Rooftop storage: Disperse material to avoid concentrated loading.

                 4.      No materials may be stored in open or in contact with ground or roof surface.

                 5.      Should Contractor be required to quickly cover material temporarily, such as
                         during an unanticipated rain shower, all materials shall be stored on a raised
                         platform covered with secured canvas tarpaulin (not polyethylene), top to
                         bottom.

                 6.      Contractor shall assume full responsibility for the protection and safekeeping
                         of products stored on premises.

        D.       Material handling:

                 1.      Handle materials to avoid bending, tearing, or damage during transportation
                         and installation.

                 2.      Material handling equipment shall be selected and operated so as not to
                         damage existing construction or applied roofing. Do not operate or situate
                         material handling equipment in locations that will hinder smooth flow of
                         vehicular or pedestrian traffic.

1.04    SITE CONDITIONS

        A.       Field measurements and material quantities:

                 1.      Contractor shall have SOLE responsibility for accuracy of all measurements,
                         estimates of material quantities and sizes, and site conditions that affect work

        B.       Existing conditions:

                 1.      Building space directly under roof area covered by this specification will be
                         utilized by ongoing operations. Do not interrupt Owner operations unless
                         prior written approval is received from the Owner.
                 2.      All disconnection and re-connection shall be performed by mechanical
                         and/or electrical company licensed to perform such work.



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        C.       Safety requirements:

                 1.      All application, material handling, and associated equipment shall conform to
                         and be operated in conformance with OSHA safety requirements.
                 2.      Comply with federal, state, local, and Owner fire and safety requirements.
                 3.      Advise the Owner whenever work is expected to be hazardous to any persons
                         of the Owner community, employees, and/or operators.
                 4.      Maintain a crewman as a floor area guard whenever roof decking is being
                         repaired or replaced.

        D.       Waste disposal:

                 1.      Do not re-use, re-cycle or dispose of material manufacturers product containers
                         except in accordance with all applicable regulations. The user of manufactured
                         products is responsible for proper use and disposal of product containers.

        E.       Environmental requirements:
                 1.      Do not work in rain, or in presence of water.

        F.       Security requirements:
                 1.      Comply with Owner security requirements.

                 2.      Provide Owner with current list of persons on the job site.

1.5     WARRANTY/GUARANTEE

        A.       Guarantee

                 1.      Upon project completion and Owner acceptance, effective upon complete
                         payment, Contractor shall issue the Owner a guarantee against defective
                         workmanship and materials for a period of two (2) years.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01    GENERAL
        A.       Comply with quality control, references, specifications, and manufacturer’s data. Products
                 containing asbestos are prohibited on this project. Use only asbestos-free products.
        B.       Use all products with appropriate personal protection. User must read container label
                 and material safety data sheets prior to use.

2.02    MECHANICAL FASTENERS

        A.       Twisted wire Tyle-Tye System with stainless steel compression spikes.

        B.       Anchor twisted wire tyle-tye system using inverted double stem “T”

2.03    ROOFING MATERIALS

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                 1.        2 Layers of Cold Applied Composite Self-Adhering Membrane with slip
                           resistant embossing as manufactured by WR Grace - Ultra or approved equal.

        B.       Flashing:

                 1.        16 Ounce copper or approved equal.

        C.       Existing 2 piece clay tile:

                 1.        Intact and serviceable existing clay tiles shall be salvaged and re-used
                           whenever possible. New clay tiles being incorporated into existing clay tile
                           roofs shall match existing as closely as possible. Tile from the same
                           manufacturer as the original shall be used if possible.

                 2.        New Tile shall be minimum Grade 1 Tile conforming to ASTM C 1167.
                           As manufactured by US Tile.

        D.       Mortar:         1 part Portland cement, 3 parts damp plaster sand.

2.04    METAL FLASHINGS

        A.       Work shall be in accordance with Architectural Sheet Metal Manual, as issued by Sheet
                 Metal and Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association, Inc. (SMACNA).

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.01    EXAMINATION

        A.       Verify conditions as satisfactory to receive work.

        B.       Do not begin roofing until all unsatisfactory conditions are corrected. Beginning
                 work constitutes acceptance of conditions.

        C.       Verify that work of other trades penetrating roof deck or requiring men and
                 equipment to traverse roof deck has been approved by the Owner, manufacturer, and
                 roofing contractor.

        D.       Check projections, curbs, and deck for inadequate anchorage, foreign material, moisture
                 or unevenness that would prevent quality and execution of new roofing system.

3.02    GENERAL WORKMANSHIP

        A.       Substrate shall be free of foreign particles prior to laying roof membrane.

3.03    PREPARATION

        A.       Protection:

                 1.        Contractor shall be responsible for protection of property during course of
                           work. Lawns, shrubbery, pavement areas, and buildings shall be protected
                           from damage. Repair damage at no extra cost to the City.

                 2.        Prior to commencing removal of debris, provide at the site, a dumpster or
                           dump truck to be located adjacent to building as directed by the City.

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                 3.      Roofing, flashings, membrane repairs, and installation shall be installed and
                         sealed in a watertight manner on same day of installation or before arrival of
                         inclement weather.

                 4.      At start of each work day, drains within daily work area shall be plugged. Plugs
                         to be removed at end of each work day or before arrival of inclement weather.

                 5.      Preparation work shall be limited to those areas that can be covered with
                         installed roofing material on same day and before arrival of inclement weather.

                 6.      Arrange work sequence to avoid use of newly constructed roofing for
                         storage, walking surface, and equipment movement. Move equipment and
                         ground storage areas as work progresses.

                 7.      Protect building surfaces at set-up areas with tarpaulin. Secure tarpaulin.
                         Remove dumpster from premises when full and empty at approved dumping or
                         refuse area. Deliver empty dumpster to site for further use. Upon job
                         completion, dumpster shall be removed from premises. Spilled or scattered
                         debris shall be cleaned up immediately. Removed material to be disposed from
                         roof as it accumulates.

                 8.      At the end of each working day, removal area shall be sealed with water
                         stops along edges to prevent water entry.

        B.       Surface preparation:

                 1.      Remove tile / underlayment and flashings to substrate including removal
                         wood nailers / spacers.

                 2.      Save undamaged tile for re-use.

                 3.      Repair spalled / damaged concrete decking.

                 4.      Prime deck with low volatile asphalt primer at a rate of 250 square feet per
                         gallon.

        C.       Underlayment Application:

                 1.      Install 2 layers of specified underlayment for tile, install starter strips at eaves
                         / valleys, then install succeeding layers of membrane with proper lap for 2
                         ply application. Install in strict accordance with manufacturers’ warranty
                         detail requirements.

3.04    TILE APPLICATION:

        A.       After installation of underlayment, install metal flashing at all valleys / inlaid gutter,
                 walls, chimneys and dormers.
        B.       Tiles shall be laid to straight lines parallel to ground level and shall be lapped 3”
                 vertically.
        C.       Each tile shall be secured with twisted wire Tyle-Tye system wind locks / anchor ties
                 and nose hooks as required for roof slope, building height and wind velocity.
        D.       Match existing as closely as possible, re-use all tile that is not broken / damaged.


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        E.       All cut or loose tile pieces at valley & hip shall be permanently secured using tile
                 adhesive or wire tie.

3.05    FLASHING INSTALLATION:

                 1.      Weather lap joints minimum 12 inches in a weather-tight manner. Secure in
                         place with nails spaced at manufacturers recommended intervals. Conceal
                         fastenings, flashing and seal work projecting through roof with plastic
                         cement. Provide weather-tight applications.
                 2.      Install underlayment and sandwich primary roof jack between layers. Install
                         an additional layer of 24” x 24” of underlayment over jack.
                 3.      Flashing details shall conform with US Tile ICBO Report # 3523.

3.06    ADJUSTING AND CLEANING

        A.       Repair of deficiencies:

                 1.      Installations of details noted as deficient during final inspection must be
                         repaired and corrected by applicator and made ready for reinspection within
                         five (5) working days.

        B.       Clean-up:

                 1.      Immediately upon completion, roof membrane and flashing surfaces shall be
                         cleaned of debris.

                 2.      Clean gutters and downspouts of debris.

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                                           SECTION 07511

                       HOT APPLIED BUR W/TITLE 24 COMPLIANT
                     COLD APPLIED AGGREGATE SURFACING SYSTEM

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.01    SCOPE OF WORK

        A.      Furnish and install specified roofing and related components to the following
                designated roof areas:

                CASA DEL PRADO MAIN ROOF AREAS, THEATER ROOF AREAS AND
                ALL LOWER ARCADE ROOF SECTIONS.

        B.      Work includes:

                1.       Removal of existing roofing, insulation and flashing materials to
                         substrate:

                2.       Installation of the following:

                         a.      2.7” Polyisocyanurate Roof Insulation set over primed deck in Type
                                 IV Asphalt, 25/32” Asphalt Coated Wood Fiber Cover Board set in
                                 Type IV Asphalt. (NOTE: Arcade Roof and Theater roof, lower
                                 equipment roof shall receive only 1 layer of 25/32” wood fiber
                                 and not base layer of ISOBOARD).
                         b.      Tapered perlite crickets and tapered perlite insulation on designated
                                 low areas on roof system, set in type IV asphalt.
                         c.      4 Ply BUR system consisting over 1 Ply Modified Trilaminate
                                 Composite Base & 3 Plies High Tensile Fiberglass Ply set in
                                 Premium Type IV Asphalt,    Cold Applied Title 24 Compliant
                                 Aggregate Surfacing System.
                         d.      New 60 mil TPA Elastomeric Flashing membrane for perimeter and
                                 projection flashing details. Secure at top edge with butyl tape and
                                 termination bar detail. Existing copper counterflashing may be re-
                                 used unless otherwise noted.
                         e.      Remove existing drains and install new cast iron drains, properly tie
                                 into existing service lines and to new roof system.
                         f.      All through roof penetrations to be sealed with lead flashing detail
                         g.      per manufacturer warranty detail requirements.
                         h.      Install asphalt walkpads adjacent to service areas on rooftop and
                                 leading from roof access hatch.
                         i.      Parapet wall restoration shall include Installation of Butyl Acrylic
                                 Elastomeric wall coating system on inside and top of parapet walls after
                                 tuck pointing of open mortar joints and repair of spalled areas on parapet
                                 wall.




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                         j.      Install new crossover walkways, and equipment platform supports.
                         k.      Single service lines to be supported with Trapezoid type extruded
                                 rubber blocking every 8’ by durablock or approved equal. Multiple
                                 service lines to be supported with 4” x 12” treated wood sleeper
                                 supports set on 2 layers of asphalt walkapds with unistrut / rollers to
                                 allow for expansion and contraction of service lines.
                         l.      Replace roof access hatch on main building with Cal-OSHA
                                 approved roof access hatch by Bilco or approved equal.
                Provide City with 20 year quality assurance warranty New Roof System shall be
                U.L. Class A Fire Rated and F.M. Approved and CA Title 24 compliant.
1.02    QUALITY CONTROL
        A.      Contractor shall:
                1.       Be experienced in hot process and cold process built-up roofing.
                         a.      Five (5) years minimum.
                2.       Be acceptable to City.
                3.       Be a manufacturer Certified Contractor.
                4.       Be approved by manufacturer. The contractor shall be required to acquire
                         full-time inspection days utilizing manufacturer’s technical inspectors. The
                         minimum number of Technical Service full-time inspection days will be
                         three (3) days.
                5.       Has not been in Chapter 7 during the last ten (10) years.
                6.       Provide a list of at least five (5) projects available for inspection employing
                         similar type system.
        B.      Roofing material manufacturer shall:
                1.       Be an Associate Member in good standing with the National Roofing
                         Contractors’ Association (NRCA) for at least five (5) years.
                2.       Be nationally recognized in roofing, waterproofing, and moisture survey
                         industry.
                3.       Be approved by City.
                4.       Has not been in Chapter 11 during the last five (5) years.
                5.       The City is desirous of working with a financially strong organization which has
                         the ability to protect and insulate the building City from both product liability
                         and warranty claims, relating to roofing, that could be brought before the
                         building City during the course of the roofing warranty period. As financial
                         strength of suppliers are a requirement of the City, proof of such must be shown.
                         To this end, the following information may be required by the City:
                         a.      The manufacturer must present to the City a certificate of insurance
                                 for product liability with minimum limits of $25 million.
                6.       The City is a supporter of responsible Health, Safety and Environmental
                         (HS&E) issues and requires all manufacturers to have similar concerns,
                         convictions, and commitments. To this end, the primary manufacturers of
                         materials used on City roof must submit a formalized Corporate HS&E
                         Policy and demonstrate active participation in such a policy.


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                7.       Provide a Project Close-out Report upon delivery of the project warranty.
                         This report shall include the following sections:
                         a.      Project Specifications
                         b.      Project Summary
                         c.      Project reports as a result of roof inspections.
                         d.      Job progress photos.
                         e.      Warranty document.
                         f.      City’s Manual describing maintenance and emergency repair.
                         g.      Inspection Report to be completed by the roofing material
                                 manufacturer two (2) years from project completion.
                8.       The roofing material manufacturer shall be ISO 9001 Certified or be able to
                         demonstrate levels of quality assurance.
                         a.      Manufacturer will provide proof of ISO 9001 Certification by submitting
                                 copy of the Certificate of Registration or similar type of quality
                                 documentation.
                         b.      Manufacturer’s products shall be produced per specifications
                                 developed under design control procedures per ISO 9001
                                 requirements or similar type requirements.
                         c.      The assessment body providing certification of the manufacturer’s
                                 quality management system shall be nationally recognized agency
                                 with sufficient knowledge and experience in the manufacturer’s
                                 industry to permit a credible assessment of the manufacturer’s
                                 quality system.
                9.       Employ full-time Field Technical Services Representative available for final
                         roof inspection.
                10.      Provide local Field Representative to make daily site visits, report work
                         quality and job progress.
                11.      Provide list of at least ten (10) projects available for inspection employing
                         similar type roofing system.
                12.      The presence and activity of the manufacturer’s/specifier’s representative
                         and/or City’s representative shall in no way relieve the contractor of
                         contractual responsibilities of duties.
        C.      Project meetings:
                1.       Final inspection:
                         a.      Will be scheduled by City upon job completion.
                                 1)       Contractor.
                                 2)       Roofing material manufacturer.
                                 3)       City.
                         b.      Minimum agenda:
                                 1)       Walkover inspection.
                                 2)       Identification of problems which may impede issuance of
                                          warranty.
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                2.       Progress meetings:
                         a.      Will be scheduled as needed.
        D.      Random sampling:
                1.       Roofing material:
                         a.      During course of work, City’s Representative may secure samples
                                 according to ASTM D140-93 of materials being used from
                                 containers at job site and submit them to an independent laboratory
                                 for comparison to specified material.
                         b.      Should test results prove that a material is not functionally equal to
                                 specified material:
                                 1)       Contractor shall pay for all testing.
                                 2)       Roofing installed and found not to comply with the
                                          specifications shall be removed and replaced at no change in
                                          the contract price.
        E.      Regulatory requirements:
                1.       Uniform Building Code.
                2.       UL Classified Fire Rating - UL 790.
                         a.      Class A.
                3.       FM 4470.
                         a.      Roof materials shall be F.M. Approved.
        F.      Plans and specifications:

                1.       Contractor shall notify the City of any omissions, contradictions, or conflicts
                         seven (7) days before bid date. The City shall provide necessary corrections or
                         additions to plans and specifications by addendum. If Contractor does not so
                         notify the City of any such condition, it will be assumed that the Contractor has
                         included the necessary items in the bid to complete this specification.

                3.       It is the intent that this be a completed project as far as the contract documents
                         set forth. It is not the intent that different phases of work on this project be
                         delegated to various trades and subcontractors by the contract documents.
                         Contractor must make own contracts with various subcontractors, setting forth
                         the work these subcontractors will be held responsible for. The Contractor alone
                         will be held responsible by the City for the completed project.

                4.       If the Contractor feels a conflict exists between what is considered good
                         roofing practice and these specifications, contractor shall state in writing all
                         objections prior to submitting bids.

                5.       It is the Contractor’s responsibility during the course of the work to bring to
                         the attention of the City’s representative any defective membrane, insulation
                         or deck discovered where not previously identified.

1.03    DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

        A.      Delivery of materials:


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                1.       Deliver materials to job site in new, dry, unopened, and well-marked
                         containers showing product and manufacturer’s name.

                2.       Deliver materials in sufficient quantity to allow continuity of work.

                3.       Coordinate delivery with the City.

        B.      Do not order project materials or start work before receiving written approval from
                the City.

        C.      Storage of materials:

                1.       Store roll goods on ends only. Discard rolls which have been flattened,
                         creased, or otherwise damaged. Place materials on pallets. Do not stack
                         pallets.

                2.       For insulation, remove plastic packaging shrouds. For felt rolls, slit the top
                         of the plastic shrink wrap only. Cover top and sides of all stored materials
                         with tarpaulin (not polyethylene). Secure tarpaulin.

                3.       Rooftop storage: Disperse material to avoid concentrated loading.

                4.       No materials may be stored in open or in contact with ground or roof surface.

                5.       Should Contractor be required to quickly cover material temporarily, such as
                         during an unanticipated rain shower, all materials shall be stored on a raised
                         platform covered with secured canvas tarpaulin (not polyethylene), top to
                         bottom.

                6.       Contractor shall assume full responsibility for the protection and safekeeping
                         of products stored on premises.

        D.      Material handling:

                1.       Handle materials to avoid bending, tearing, or damage during transportation
                         and installation.

                2.       Material handling equipment shall be selected and operated so as not to
                         damage existing construction or applied roofing. Do not operate or situate
                         material handling equipment in locations that will hinder smooth flow of
                         vehicular or pedestrian traffic.
1.04    SITE CONDITIONS
        A.      Field measurements and material quantities:
                1.       Contractor shall have SOLE responsibility for accuracy of all measurements,
                         estimates of material quantities and sizes, and site conditions that affect work
        B.      Existing conditions:
                1.       Building space directly under roof area covered by this specification will be
                         utilized by ongoing operations. Do not interrupt City operations unless prior
                         written approval is received from the City.
                2.       Access to roof shall be from exterior only.


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                3.       Air conditioning units and other equipment shall be moved as required to
                         install roofing materials complete and in accordance with plans and
                         specifications. When units and equipment are to be moved, they shall be
                         carefully disconnected and removed to a protected area so as not to damage
                         any part or component thereof, and shall be reconnected in such a way that
                         they are restored to a prior-work operating condition. Appropriate measures
                         shall be taken to prevent dust, vapors, gases, or odors from entering the
                         building during roof removal, replacement, or repair.
                4.       All disconnection and re-connection shall be performed by mechanical
                         and/or electrical company licensed to perform such work.
        C.      Safety requirements:
                1.       All application, material handling, and associated equipment shall conform to
                         and be operated in conformance with OSHA safety requirements.
                2.       Comply with federal, state, local, and City fire and safety requirements.
                3.       Advise the City whenever work is expected to be hazardous to any persons of
                         the City community, employees, and/or operators.
                4.       Maintain a crewman as a floor area guard whenever roof decking is being
                         repaired or replaced.
                5.       Maintain fire extinguisher within easy access whenever power tools, roofing
                         kettles, and torches are being used.
        D.      Waste disposal:
                1.       Do not re-use, re-cycle or dispose of material manufacturers product
                         containers except in accordance with all applicable regulations. The user of
                         manufactured products is responsible for proper use and disposal of product
                         containers.
        E.      Environmental requirements:
                1.       Do not work in rain, or in presence of water.
        F.      Security requirements:
                1.       Comply with City security requirements.
                2.       Provide City with current list of persons on the job site.
1.05    WARRANTY/GUARANTEE
        A.      Guarantee
                1.       Upon project completion and City acceptance, effective upon complete
                         payment, Contractor shall issue the City a guarantee against defective
                         workmanship and materials for a period of two (2) years.
        B.      Warranty
                1.       Upon project completion, Manufacturer acceptance, and once complete
                         payment has been made by City, Manufacturer shall deliver to the City a
                         Twenty (20)-year manufacturer Roofing System Quality Assurance
                         Warranty. Manufacturer will perform Inspections as follows:
                         Annual Inspections with special inspections at year 2, 5, 10 and 15 which
                         will include:
                         Warranty Coverage Includes:

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                                The Roof Membrane.
                                The Flashings.
                                Insulation and adhesive.
                                Base sheet and vapor barrier over lightweight concrete.
                                Edge components
                                Metal Components
                         Warranty Inspection Service (Years 2, 5, 10 and 15)
                                Housekeeping including removal of debris from roof membranes and
                                 cleaning of drains and scuppers.
                                All metal edge components, tears, splits and breaks in flashings
                                 repaired.   Open/split flashing strip-ins re-secured.  Exposed
                                 Fasteners Resealed.
                                All parapet wall flashings, breaks, tears, open laps, voids in
                                 terminations bars, counterflashings and parapet coping cap cleaned
                                 and resealed. Dress up reflective coating on flashing.
                                All equipment/projection flashing components to be repaired
                                 Including pitch pans, hoods and clamps, exposed fasteners and
                                 unsecured roof top components.
                                Roof membrane tears, splits and stripping plies shall be repaired as
                                 needed.
                                All drains bolts and clamping rings to be checked and re-secured.
                                 Advise City of missing dome strainers, check lead flashing around
                                 drains, check inside and exterior of scupper for open solder or
                                 caulking sealants.
                Warranty shall be an entire system warranty and include roof insulation, membrane,
                surfacing, flashing, and sheet metal terminations. At the end of twenty (20) years,
                warranty may be renewed in five (5)-year increments following manufacturer’s
                standard warranty renewal process. Manufacturer to provide written reports after
                each inspection documenting roof conditions and any work required.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01    GENERAL
        A.      Comply with quality control, references, specifications, and manufacturer’s data.
                Products containing asbestos are prohibited on this project. Use only asbestos-free
                products.
        B.      Use all products with appropriate personal protection. User must read container label
                and material safety data sheets prior to use.
2.02    WOOD BLOCKING AND CURBS
        A.      Lumber:
                1.       Re-use of existing wood blocking / cants is possible if condition, when
                         revealed, is acceptable to the City, otherwise replace with California
                         Redwood.
        B.      Wood Fiber: 3” x 3” cut on bias.


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2.03    INSULATION:
        A.      Base Layer: 4’ x 8’ x 2.7” Class I Polyisocyanurate.: Cover Board 6 sided asphalt
                coated wood fiber insulation 4’ x 8’ x 25/32” as manufactured by Tremco / Temple
                or approved equal.
        B.      Adhesive: Type IV Asphalt over primed concrete deck.
        C.      Tapered: Tapered Perlite Insulation: Minimum running slope 2% (¼” per foot), in
                designated low areas / waterways. Install in hot asphalt.
2.04    MECHANICAL FASTENERS
        A.      Galvanized sheet steel to wood blocking:
                1.       FS FF-N-105B(3), Type II, Style 20, roofing nails; galvanized steel wire,
                         flat-head, diamond-point, round, barbed shank.
                2.       Length: Sufficient to penetrate wood blocking 1-1/4 inches (32 mm)
                         minimum.
        B.      Drawband:
                1.       Gold Seal stainless steel worm gear clamp by Murray Corporation,
                         Cockeysville, MD, or approved equal.
                2.       Power-Seal stainless steel worm drive clamps by Breeze Clamp Company,
                         Saltsburg, PA, or approved equal.
2.05    ROOFING MATERIALS
        A.      Adhesives:
                1.       Base, ply, adhesive:
                         a.      Premium Type IV Asphalt by Tremco or approved equal.
        B.      Base Sheet (Over Insulation)
                1.       Modified Trilaminate Composite Base Sheet, Burmastic Modified Supreme
                         Composite Base by Tremco or approved equal.
        C.      Ply Sheet:
                High Tensile Ply VI. Powerply VI by Tremco or approved equal.
        D.      Related materials:
                1.       Asphalt mastic:
                         a.      ELS by Tremco or approved equal.
                2.       Flashing adhesive:
                         a.      Sheeting bond by Tremco or approved equal..
                3.       Flashing
                         a.      TPA 60 Mil Flashing Sheeting by Tremco or approved equal.
                4.       Flashing stripping mastic:
                         a.      ELS by Tremco or approved equal.
                5.       Pitch pan cement:
                         a.      ASTM C 928-92a, rapid hardening non-shrink grout.
                6.       Pitch pan mastic:
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                           a.        ELS by Tremco or approved equal.
                   7.      Sealants:
                           a.        Drawband sealant:
                                     1)      TremSEALS by Tremco or approved equal.
                   8.      Walkway panels:
                           a.        3’ x 4’ x ½”, granule surfaced, fiberglass reinforced asphalt pads In
                                     Designated Areas.
                   9.      Title 24 Compliant Aggregate surfacing system:
                           a.        Rock-It Surfacing by Tremco with Fire white rock by Lucas / A1
                                     Grit, or approved equal.
                   10.     Butyl acrylic wall coating ( parapet walls )
                           a.        Walltite F by Tremco or approved equal.
2.06    METAL FLASHINGS
        A.         Pitch pans with hood:
                   1.      24 gage galvanized Steel with soldered lead flanges. Minimum size 4” x 4”.
                           Hoods shall be composed of 2 ½ lb. Sheet lead.
                           Surface mounted counterflashing (high walls)
                   2.      24 gage galvanized steel.
                           Termination Bar - Aluminum by Tremco or approved equal.
                           Butyl Tape: TF Tape by Tremco or approved equal.
                   3.      Existing 2 piece copper counterflashing may be re-used.
        B.         Lead flashings:
                   1.      ASTM B 29-79(1984), 4 lb. (1.82 kg.) sheet lead.
        C.         Work shall be in accordance with Architectural Sheet Metal Manual, as issued by
                   Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association, Inc.
                   (SMACNA).
        D.         New roof drains shall be cast iron drain assemblies with cast iron drain dome.
        E.         Crossovers and work platforms.        PHP Systems and Design Houston, Texas or
                   approved equal.
        F.         3/16” aluminum termination bar to secure new elastomeric base flashing.
        G.         Edge Metal (interior roof elevation changes) 24 gage kynar.
        H.         New Roof Access Hatch: CAL-OSHA approved by Bilco or approved equal.
2.07    ROOF SYSTEM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
        Composite Base and 3-ply High Tensile BUR System Minimum Tensile / Tear Strength
        Requirements.
        Composite Base:              Tensile:        312 lbf. / in. MD      290 lbf. /in. XMD
        (1 Ply )                     Tear:          540 lbf. /   MD        558 lbf. /   XMD
        VI Glass Ply                 Tensile:       85 lbf./ in MD 85 lbf. /in XMD


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        (3 Plies)
        ASTM D-2523 - ROOF SYSTEM TENSILE REQUIREMENTS:
        (4 PLY HIGH TENSILE MODIFIED BUR SYSTEM)
        Machine Direction                 567 lbf / in                      ASTM D-2523
        Cross Machine Direction           545 lbf / in                      ASTM D-2523
        ROOF SURFACING (TITLE 24 COMPLIANT)
        COLD APPLIED WHITE SOLVENT BASED ADHESIVE / AGGREGATE SURFACING
        (CA TITLE 24 COMPLIANT)
        CRRC RATED:               Solar Reflectance        .71
                                  Thermal Emittance        .85
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01    EXAMINATION
        A.      Verify conditions as satisfactory to receive work.
        B.      Do not begin roofing until all unsatisfactory conditions are corrected. Beginning
                work constitutes acceptance of conditions.
        C.      Verify that work of other trades penetrating roof deck or requiring men and
                equipment to traverse roof deck has been approved by the City, manufacturer, and
                roofing contractor.
       D.           Check projections, curbs, and deck for inadequate anchorage, foreign material,
                    moisture or unevenness that would prevent quality and execution of new roofing
                    system.
3.02    GENERAL WORKMANSHIP
        A.      Substrate shall be free of foreign particles prior to laying roof membrane.
        B.      Phased application is not permitted. All plies shall be completed each day.
        C.      Traffic and equipment shall be kept off completed plies until adhesive has set.
        D.      Wrapper and packaging materials shall not be included in roofing system.
        E.      Entrapped aggregate shall not be permitted within new membrane. Discovery of
                entrapped aggregate is sufficient cause for rejection.
        F.      Ply shall never touch ply, even at roof edges, laps, tapered edge strips, and cants.
        G.      Fit plies into roof drain rims; install lead flashing and finishing plies; secure clamping
                collars; and install domes.
        H.      Extend roofing membrane to top edge of cant at wall and projection bases.
        I.      Cut out fishmouths at side laps which are not completely sealed and patch. Replace
                all sheets which are not fully and continuously bonded.
        J.      Do Not exceed flash point of Type IV Asphalt. Contractor shall verify that Roof
                Kettle has an accurate Thermostat. Asphalt shall be applied within E.V.T. of
                Specified Adhesive.




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3.03    PREPARATION
        A.      Protection:
                1.       Contractor shall be responsible for protection of property during course of
                         work. Lawns, shrubbery, pavement areas, and buildings shall be protected
                         from damage. Repair damage at no extra cost to the City.
                2.       Prior to commencing removal of debris, provide at the site, a dumpster or
                         dump truck to be located adjacent to building as directed by the City.
                3.       Roofing, flashings, membrane repairs, and installation shall be installed and
                         sealed in a watertight manner on same day of installation or before arrival of
                         inclement weather.
                4.       At start of each work day, drains within daily work area shall be plugged. Plugs
                         to be removed at end of each work day or before arrival of inclement weather.
                5.       Preparation work shall be limited to those areas that can be covered with
                         installed roofing material on same day and before arrival of inclement weather.
                6.       Arrange work sequence to avoid use of newly constructed roofing for
                         storage, walking surface, and equipment movement. Move equipment and
                         ground storage areas as work progresses.
                7.       Protect building surfaces at set-up areas with tarpaulin. Secure tarpaulin.
                         Remove dumpster from premises when full and empty at approved dumping
                         or refuse area. Deliver empty dumpster to site for further use. Upon job
                         completion, dumpster shall be removed from premises. Spilled or scattered
                         debris shall be cleaned up immediately. Removed material to be disposed
                         from roof as it accumulates.


                8.       At the end of each working day, removal area shall be sealed with water
                         stops along edges to prevent water entry.
                9.       Provide clean plywood walkways and take other precautions required to
                         prevent tracking of aggregate/debris from existing membrane into new work
                         area where aggregate/debris pieces can be trapped within new roofing
                         membrane. Contractor shall instruct and monitor workers to ensure that
                         aggregate/debris is not tracked into new work areas on workers’ shoes or
                         equipment wheels. Discovery of entrapped aggregate/debris within new
                         membrane is sufficient cause for its rejection.
        B.      Surface preparation:
                1.       Remove existing roofing and flashings down to substrate inspect wood /
                         concrete deck and advise owner of any deficiencies which require correction.
3.04    INSULATION
        A.      Over concrete deck areas, prime deck and install base layer of 2.7” Isoboard in
                continuous mopping of Type IV asphalt, then install 25/32” Asphalt coated wood
                fiber in Type IV Asphalt, offset joints on both layers. Fill any gaps greater than 1/8”
                between boards. NOTE: Arcade roof and lower equipment roof on theater to
                receive only 1 layer of 25/32” insulation.
        B.      Install tapered perlite insulation in waterways and low spots to provide proper slope
                to drain, set in Type IV hot asphalt.



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3.05    ROOF SYSTEM APPLICATION
        A.      Install composiste base sheet over insulation, side laps 4” end laps 6” staggered, set
                in type IV Asphalt at 22-25 lbs per square. Place base sheet so that water runs over
                and along, but never against laps. Install three (3) plies of ply sheet, shingle fashion.
                Overlap starter strips 24 inches with first ply, then overlap each succeeding ply 24
                2/3 inches. Place ply sheets to ensure water will flow over or parallel to, but never
                against exposed edges.
        B.      Use 12, 24 and 36-inch wide plies to start and finish roof membrane along roof edges
                and terminations.
        C.      Immediately after installation, broom and/or roll ply sheet. Ensure complete and
                continuous seal and contact between adhesive and felts, including ends, edges and
                laps without wrinkles, fishmouths, or blisters. Broom/roller width: 34 inches (860
                mm) minimum.
        D.      Apply uniform and continuous pressure to exposed edge and end laps to ensure
                complete adhesion.
        E.      Avoid walking on plies until adhesive has set.
        F.      Overlap previous day’s work 24 inches (610 mm).
        G.      Lap ply membrane ends 4 inches (100 mm). Stagger end laps 3 feet (910 mm)
                minimum.
        H.      Embed each ply in a uniform and continuous application of Type IV Asphalt
                Application Rate: 22-25 lbs. per square.
3.06    DAILY WATERSTOP/TIE-INS
        A.      Remove embedded gravel/debris from top ply of felt along termination.
                1.       Width: 18 inches (460 mm).
        B.      Adhere 12 and 18-inch (305 and 460 mm) wide ply sheets from exposed deck to
                existing roofing with a continuous 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) 1.6 mm) thick application of
                tie-off mastic. Glaze cut-of with surfacing mastic. Extend 18-inch (460 mm) wide
                felt 3 inches (80 mm) either side 12-inch (305 mm) felt.
        C.      Install “deadman” insulation filler at insulation staggers.
        D.      Extend roofing system at least 12 inches (305 mm) onto prepared area of adjacent
                roofing. Seal edge with 6 inches (150 mm) wide reinforcing membrane embedded
                between alternate courses of tie-off mastic.
        E.      At beginning of next day’s work, remove temporary connection by cutting felts
                evenly along edge of existing roof system. Remove “deadman” insulation fillers.
3.07    FLASHINGS
        A.      General flashing requirements:
                1.       Flashing membrane:
                         a.      Adhere ply sheet and flashing membrane completely to flashing
                                 surface, cant, and roofing with flashing adhesive.
                         b.      Ensure complete bond and continuity without wrinkles or voids. Lap
                                 sheeting ends 4 inches (100 mm) width: Sufficient to extend at least
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                                 3 course base of flashing to roof with white rubberized mastic and
                                 reinforcing webbing. Heat weld all side laps / use unreinforced TPA
                                 for all inside / outside corners.
                         c.      Secure top edge of hypalon sheeting with butyl tape and termination
                                 bar, caulk leading edge and re-install existing copper counterflashing
                                 or install new surface mounted counterflashing on designated high
                                 wall details.
                         d.      Repair open mortar joints (tuck-point), spalled areas on high parapet
                                 wall then coat with 2 coats of butyl acrylic elastomeric wall coating
                                 system.
                2.       Two-ply stripping for metal flanges:
                         a.     Set flange in asphalt mastic. Seal flange with two (2) composite
                                stripping plies embedded between alternate applications of stripping
                                adhesive/bitumen. Extend first ply 4 inches (100 mm) beyond
                                flange; second ply 2 inches (50 mm) beyond first ply.
        B.      At wood curb flashings:
                1.     Remove mechanical equipment from curb.
                2.     Install new roofing to top edge of cant. Nail 8 inches (200 mm) o.c. with
                       spiral or annular nails, with a 1-inch (25 mm) cap.
                3.     Install elastomeric base flashing described in general flashing requirements
                       section.
                4.     Secure top edge of flashing to substrate with spiral or annular shank nails,
                       with a 1-inch (2.54 cm) cap, 8 inches (20.3 cm) o.c.
                5.       Reinstall mechanical equipment onto curb. Refasten.
        C.      At plumbing vents:
                1.       Wedge plumbing vent tight against deck.
                2.       Apply 1/16 inch (1.6 m) uniformly thick layer of asphalt mastic to surface
                         receiving metal flange.
                3.       Fabricate and install plumbing vent flashing from lead. Flange: 4 inches
                         (100 mm) wide minimum; extend completely around periphery of vent
                         flashing. Set flange into mastic. Neatly dress flange with wood block.
                4.       Prime metal flange with asphalt primer.
                         a.      Pipe outside diameter greater than 2 inches (50 mm): Bend lead
                                 inside pipe 1 inch (24 mm) minimum with pliers or rubber/plastic
                                 mallet; replace cracked lead.
                         b.      Pipe outside diameter 2 inches (50 mm) or less: Cut lead at vent top;
                                 fabricate and install integral lead cap.
                5.       Fabricate and install plumbing vent flashing from lead. Flange: 4 inches
                         (100 mm) wide minimum; extend completely around periphery of vent
                         flashing. Prime metal flange with asphalt primer. Set flange into mastic.
                         Fabricate and install integral copper cap at vent top.
                         a.      Mechanically fasten plumbing vent to substrate, 3 inch (75 mm) o.c.
                                 staggered.
                6.       Install two (2)-ply stripping for metal flanges as described in general flashing
                         requirements section.
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        D.      At pitch pans:
                1.       Fabricate pitch pans. Sides: 4 inches (100 mm) high, hemmed to outside at
                         top edge. Flange: 4 inches (100 mm) wide, completely around periphery.
                         Clearance between projection and pitch pan: 2 inches (50 mm). Set lead
                         flange in mastic.
                2.       Pack gap between roof-penetrating element and deck with compressible
                         insulation. Seal with reinforcing membrane embedded between alternate
                         courses of asphalt mastic.
                3.       Replace angle iron supports with round pipe supports so lead caps may be
                         cinched with drawband to pipes.
                4.       Prime lead flange, projection, and pitch pan interior with asphalt primer.
                5.       Install two (2)-ply stripping described in general flashing requirements
                         section.
                6.       Fill pitch pan to within 1 inch (25 mm) from top with non-shrink grout.
                         Allow to set firm.
                7.       Fill pitch pan with asphalt mastic. Double-fill if necessary.
                8.       Fabricate and install umbrella with drawband over pitch pan.            Tighten
                         drawband to round pipes with drawband.
                9.       Wipe clean top of umbrella and projection with metal cleaner. Prime surface
                         with metal primer.
                10.      Caulk stack/sheet metal interface. Provide watershed. Tool neatly.
        E.      At metal sleeve and storm collar(s):
                1.       Apply 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) uniformly thick layer of asphalt mastic to surface
                         receiving metal flange.
                2.       Fabricate and install sleeve flashing. Height: 8 inches (200 mm). Flange
                         width: 4 inches (100 mm). Flange to extend completely around flashing
                         periphery. Solder all joints. Double solder vertical joints.
                3.       Nail flange to wood blocking 3 inches (75 mm) o.c. staggered.
                4.       Prime flange with asphalt primer.
                5.       Install two (2)-ply stripping described in general flashing requirements
                         section.
                6.       Fabricate storm collar with bolted connection.        Cover sleeve flashing 3
                         inches (75 mm) minimum. Tighten bolts.
                7.       Wipe clean top of storm collar and projection with metal cleaner. Prime
                         surface with metal primer. Caulk projection/sheet metal interface. Provide
                         watershed. Tool neatly.
        F.      At roof drains:
                1.       Remove and replace all cast iron roof drains with new cast iron drain
                         assemblies with cast iron clamping ring and domes, properly tie into existing
                         drain lines.
                2.       Plug drain to prevent water entry until service connection is completed.
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                4.       Apply 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) uniformly thick layer of asphalt mastic to surface
                         receiving lead flashing.
                5.       Set single piece lead flashing in mastic centered over drain; extend lead 6
                         inches (150 mm) beyond drain rim. Neatly dress lead with wood block.
                6.       Clamp flashing collar to drain in bed of mastic.
                7.       Neatly cut lead/felts within drain at rim. Lead to extend 1 inch (25 mm) into
                         bowl.
                8.       Prime lead with asphalt primer.
                9.       Install two (2)-ply stripping described in general flashing requirements
                         section. Stripping shall not extend under clamping ring.
                10.      Ensure new drains are properly tied into service lines and properly secured to
                         deck.
3.08    SURFACING APPLICATION
        A.      TITLE 24 COMPLIANT SURFACING:
                1.       Prior to application of surface treatment system, contractor shall inspect roof
                         with manufacturer’s representative and make any corrections requested.
                         Allow Hot BUR 7 days cure time before installation of Title 24 Surfacing
                         Adhesive and aggregate.
                2.       Over entire roof surface, spray apply uniform and continuous flood coat of
                         Rock-It White Surfacing Adhesive
                         a.      Coverage rate: 5 gallons per 100 square feet.
                3.       Immediately broadcast minimum 200 lbs of white roofing aggregate into
                         adhesive.
3.09    WALKWAYS
        A.      Install walkway panels at roof access locations, crossovers and adjacent to service
                areas on A.C. Units.
                1.       Adhere walkway panels, spot in mastic adhesive over completed gravel
                         surfacing.
3.10    PARAPET WALL WATERPROOFING APPLICATION
        A.    Scope of Work Includes:
                1.       Removal of all existing masonry joint sealant materials and backer rod (if
                         present) – masonry joints
                2.       Removal of all contaminants, residue and dirt from affected joints and
                         surfaces to be caulked and waterproofed
                3.       Installation of new caulking/sealants and joint backing to all masonry joints.
                4.       Repairs to existing masonry surfaces.
                5.       Preparation and installation of a duel application elastomeric waterproofing
                         to existing masonry surfaces.
        B.      Examine joints indicated to receive joint sealants, with Contractor and materials
                manufacturer’s representative present, for compliance with requirements for joint
                configuration, installation tolerances, and other conditions affecting joint-sealant
                performance.

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        C.         Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
3,11    PREPARATION
        A.    Surface Cleaning of Joints: Clean out joints immediately before installing joint
              sealants to comply with joint-sealant manufacturer's written instructions and the
              following requirements:
        B.    Remove all foreign material from joint substrates that could interfere with adhesion of
              joint sealant, including dust, paints (except for permanent, protective coatings tested
              and approved for sealant adhesion and compatibility by sealant manufacturer), old joint
              sealants, oil, grease, waterproofing, water repellents, water, surface dirt, and frost.
              1.        Clean porous joint substrate surfaces by brushing, grinding, blast cleaning,
                        mechanical abrading, or a combination of these methods to produce a clean,
                        sound substrate capable of developing optimum bond with joint sealants.
              2.        Remove loose particles remaining after cleaning operations above by
                        vacuuming or blowing out joints with dry, oil-free compressed air. Porous joint
                        substrates include the following:
                        a. Concrete
                        b. Masonry
              3.        Remove laitance and form-release agents from concrete.
              4.        Clean nonporous surfaces with chemical cleaners or other means that do not
                        stain, harm substrates, or leave residues capable of interfering with adhesion of
                        joint sealants. Nonporous joint substrates include the following:
                        a. Metal
        C.         Joint Priming: Apply primer to comply with joint-sealant manufacturer's written
                   instructions. Confine primers to areas of joint-sealant bond; do not allow spillage or
                   migration onto adjoining surfaces.
        D.         Bond Breaker Tape: Use masking tape where required to prevent contact of sealant
                   with adjoining surfaces that otherwise would be permanently stained or damaged by
                   such contact or by cleaning methods required to remove sealant smears. Remove
                   tape immediately after tooling without disturbing joint seal.
3.12    INSTALLATION OF JOINT SEALANTS
        A.         General: Comply with joint-sealant manufacturer's written installation instructions
                   for products and applications indicated, unless more stringent requirements apply.
        B.         Sealant Installation Standard: Comply with recommendations in ASTM C 1193 for
                   use of joint sealants as applicable to materials, applications, and conditions indicated.
        C.         Install sealant backings of type indicated to support sealants during application and at
                   position required to produce cross-sectional shapes and depths of installed sealants
                   relative to joint widths that allow optimum sealant movement capability.
                   1.      Do not leave gaps between ends of sealant backings.
                   2.      Do not stretch, twist, puncture, or tear sealant backings.
                   3.      Remove absorbent sealant backings that have become wet before sealant
                           application and replace them with dry materials.
        D.         Install bond-breaker tape behind sealants where sealant backings are not used
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        E.         Install sealants using proven techniques that comply with the following and at the
                   same time backings are installed:
                   1.     Place sealants so they directly contact and fully wet joint substrates.
                   2.     Completely fill recesses in each joint configuration.
                   3.     Produce uniform, cross-sectional shapes and depths relative to joint widths
                          that allow optimum sealant movement capability.
        F.    Tooling of Nonsag Sealants: Immediately after sealant application and before skinning
              or curing begins, tool sealants according to requirements specified below to form
              smooth, uniform beads of configuration indicated; to eliminate air pockets; and to
              ensure contact and adhesion of sealant with sides of joint.
              1.        Remove excess sealant from surfaces adjacent to joints.
              2.        Use tooling agents that are approved in writing by sealant manufacturer and
                        that do not discolor sealants or adjacent surfaces.
              3.        Provide concave joint configuration per Figure 5A in ASTM C 1193, unless
                        otherwise indicated.
              4.        Provide flush joint configuration where indicated per Figure 5B in
                        ASTM C 1193.
              5.        Provide recessed joint configuration of recess depth and at locations indicated
                        per Figure 5C in ASTM C 1193.
              6.        Use masking tape to protect surfaces adjacent to recessed tooled joints.
3.13    WALL WATERPROOFING APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
        A.         Surface Preparation- Elastomeric Masonry Wall Coating:
                   1.     Prime all affected surfaces to receive the pigmented waterproofing materials
                          with the appropriate Masonry Primer; application rate at approximately 250
                          to 300 sq. ft. per gallon. Actual coverage will vary depending upon surface
                          porosity.
        B.         Surface Application - Elastomeric Masonry Wall Coating:
                   1.     Precautions: Elastomeric Masonry Wall Coatings requires complete
                          evaporation of water to cure. Cool temperatures and high humidities retard
                          cure.
                          a.      Do not apply if weather conditions will not permit complete cure
                                  before rain or dew.
                          b.      Do not apply in the late afternoon if high moisture condensation can
                                  appear during the night.
        C.         Application Data - Elastomeric Masonry Wall Coating:
                   1.     The Elastomeric Masonry Wall Coating application must be applied in two
                           separate coats to insure proper film build and cure rate and a pinhole free
                           continuous film.
                   2.     Masonry surfaces may be sprayed with multi-directional spray passes to
                          assure coverage. However, roller application is the preferred application
                          technique.
                   3.     Apply the second coat in perpendicular direction to the first coat after the
                          First coat is dry. All surfaces must be uniformly coated and free from voids,
                          pinholes, or blisters.
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                4.       Elastomeric Masonry Wall Coating applied in a 2 coat application, at a
                         coverage rate of approximately 75 to 80 square feet per gallon per coat, to
                         achieve a thickness of not less than 9 mils per coat. Coverage rates may vary
                         due to the porosity of the existing surfaces.
3.14    GENERAL NOTES TO SCOPE OF WORK
        A.    Prior to application of coatings, all structural cracks should be routed out and filled
              with suitable joint backing under 35% minimum compression, re-caulked, tooled flush
              with surrounding surface and a floating slip joint formed with bond breaker tape and
              additional caulking should be installed over the cracks. All non structural cracks shall
              be filled with approved quick set mortar to provide flat surface for wall coating system.
3.15    ADJUSTING AND CLEANING
        A.      Repair of deficiencies:
                1.       Installations of details noted as deficient during final inspection must be
                         repaired and corrected by applicator and made ready for reinspection within
                         five (5) working days.
        B.      Clean-up:
                1.       Immediately upon completion, roof membrane and flashing surfaces shall be
                         cleaned of debris. Clean gutters and downspouts of debris.
                                          END OF SECTION




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                                         SECTION 07600
                                    FLASHING AND SHEET METAL

PART 1 - GENERAL
1.01    SUMMARY
        A.       This Section includes the following:
                 1.      Metal counterflashing and base flashing.
                 2.      Metal wall flashing and expansion joints.
                 3.      Built-in metal valley, gutters, and scuppers.
                 4.      Gutters and downspouts.
                 5.      Exposed metal trim/fascia units.
                 6.      Miscellaneous sheet metal accessories.
                 7.      Laminated and composition flashing.
                 8.      Elastic flashing.
                 9.      Sheet metal ducts.
        B.       Roofing accessories installed integral with roofing membrane are specified in this
                 section and installed in coordination with roofing work.
1.02    PROJECT CONDITIONS
        A.       Coordinate work of this section with interfacing and adjoining work for proper
                 sequencing of each installation. Ensure best possible weather resistance and
                 durability of work and protection of materials and finishes.
PART 2 - PRODUCTS
2.01    SHEET METAL FLASHING AND TRIM MATERIALS
        A.       Zinc-Coated Steel: Commercial quality with 0.20 percent copper, ASTM A 526 except
                 ASTM A 527 for lock-forming, G90 hot-dip galvanized, mill phosphatized where
                 indicated for painting; 0.0359-inch thick (20 gauge) except as otherwise indicated.
        B.       Copper: ASTM B 370; temper H00 (cold-rolled) except where temper 060 is
                 required for forming; 16 oz. (0.0216-inch thick) except as otherwise indicated.
                 1.      Provide lead coating of 0.06 psf on exposed copper surfaces.
        C.       Lead: ASTM B 749, Type L51121, copper-bearing sheet lead, minimum 4 lbs./sq. ft.
                 (0.0625-inch thick) except not less than 6 lbs/sq. ft. (0.0937-inch thick) for burning
                 (welding) unless otherwise indicated.
2.02    MISCELLANEOUS COMPONENTS
        A.       Fasteners: Same metal as flashing/sheet metal or other non-corrosive metal as
                 recommended by sheet manufacturer. Match finish of exposed heads with material
                 being fastened.
        B.       Bituminous Coating: SSPC - Paint 12, solvent-type bituminous mastic, nominally
                 free of sulfur, compounded for 15-mil dry film thickness per coat.
        C.       Mastic Sealant: Polyisobutylene; non-hardening, non-skinning, non-drying, non-
                 migrating sealant.



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        D.       Elastomeric Sealant: Generic type recommended by manufacturer of metal and
                 fabricator of components being sealed and complying with requirements for joint
                 sealants indicated.
        E.       Adhesives:     Type recommended by flashing sheet manufacturer for
                 waterproof/weather-resistant seaming and adhesive application of flashing sheet.
        F.       Paper Slip Sheet: 5-lb. rosin-sized building paper.
        G.       Polyethylene Underlayment: Minimum 6-mil carbonated polyethylene film resistant
                 to decay when tested in accordance with ASTM E 154.
        H.       Metal Accessories: Provide sheet metal clips, straps, anchoring devices, and similar
                 accessory units as required for installation of work, matching or compatible with
                 material being installed, non-corrosive, size and gauge required for performance.
        I.       Cast-Iron Drainage Boots: Gray iron castings of size and pattern indicated, ASTM A
                 48, bituminous shop-coated.
        J.       Gutter and Conductor-Head Guards: 20-gauge bronze or non-magnetic stainless steel
                 mesh or fabricated units, with selvage edges and non-corrosive fasteners. Select
                 materials for compatibility with gutters and downspouts.
        K.       Elastic Flashing Filler: Closed-cell polyethylene or other soft closed-cell material
                 recommended by elastic flashing manufacturer as filler under flashing loops to ensure
                 movement with minimum stress on flashing sheet.
        L.       Roofing Cement: ASTM D 2822, asphaltic.
2.03    FABRICATED UNITS
        A.       General Metal Fabrication: Shop-fabricate work to greatest extent possible. Comply
                 with details shown and with applicable requirements of SMACNA “Architectural
                 Sheet Metal Manual” and other recognized industry practices. Fabricate for
                 waterproof and weather-resistant performance, with expansion provisions for running
                 work, sufficient to permanently prevent leakage, damage, or deterioration of the
                 work. Form work to fit substrates. Comply with material manufacturer instructions
                 and recommendations for forming material. Form exposed sheet metal work without
                 excessive oil-canning, buckling, and tool marks, true to line and levels indicated,
                 with exposed edges folded back to form hems.
        B.       Seams: Fabricate non-moving seams in sheet metal with flat-lock seams. For metal
                 other than aluminum, tin edges to be seamed, form seams, and solder. Form
                 aluminum seams with epoxy seam sealer; rivet joints for additional strength where
                 required.
        C.       Expansion Provisions: Where lapped or bayonet-type expansion provisions in work
                 cannot be used or would not be sufficiently water/weatherproof, form expansion
                 joints of intermeshing hooked flanges, not less than 1 inch deep, filled with mastic
                 sealant (concealed within joints).
        D.       Sealant Joints: Where movable, non-expansion type joints are indicated or required
                 for proper performance of work, form metal to provide for proper installation of
                 elastomeric sealant, in compliance with SMACNA standards.
        E.       Separations: Provide for separation of metal from non-compatible metal or corrosive
                 substrates by coating concealed surfaces at locations of contact, with bituminous
                 coating or other permanent separation as recommended by manufacturer/fabricator.
        F.       Shop Finish, Rain Drainage: Remove oil and debris from all copper rain drainage
                 units (gutters, downspouts, and similar exposed units); clean as needed to provide
                 installation of uniform, clean, shiny, and neat appearance.

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2.04    ELASTIC EXPANSION JOINTS
        A.       General: Provide factory-fabricated units of size and profile indicated, complete with
                 prefabricated corner units, intersection units, and splicing materials. Provide
                 complete with elastic sheet flashing forming the primary joint membrane, in a
                 supported, “bellows” arrangement designed for securing to both sides of expansion
                 joints. Underside of bellows insulated with adhesive-applied, flexible, closed-cell
                 rubber or plastic not less than 3/8-inch thick.
        B.       Type: Metal flanged edges, 3 to 4 inches wide, formed to profiles as indicated to fit
                 curbs and designed for nailing to curb substrate. Provide metal flanges in the
                 following thickness:
                 1.      Zinc-coated steel: 0.0179 inch (26 gauge).
                 2.      Copper: 16 oz.
                 3.      Stainless Steel: 0.0187 inch (26 gauge).
                 4.      Aluminum:        0.032 inch.
PART 3 - EXECUTION
3.01    INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
        A.       General: Except as otherwise indicated, comply with manufacturer’s installation
                 instructions and recommendations and with SMACNA “Architectural Sheet Metal
                 Manual.” Anchor units of work securely in place by methods indicated, providing
                 for thermal expansion of metal units; conceal fasteners where possible, and set units
                 true to line and level as indicated,. Install work with laps, joints, and seams that will
                 be permanently watertight and weatherproof.
        B.       Underlayment: Where stainless steel or aluminum is to be installed directly on
                 cementitious or wood substrates, install a slip sheet of red rosin paper and a course of
                 polyethylene underlayment.
        C.       Bed flanges of work in a thick coat of bituminous roofing cement where required for
                 waterproof performance.
        D.       Install elastic flashing in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations. Where
                 required, provide for movement at joints by forming loops or bellows in width of
                 flashing. Locate cover of filler strips at joints to facilitate complete drainage of water
                 from flashing. Seam adjacent flashing sheets with adhesive, seal and anchor edges in
                 accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.
        E.       Nail flanges of expansion joint units to curb nailers, at maximum spacing of 6 inches
                 o.c. Fabricate seams at joints between units with minimum 3-inch overlap, to form a
                 continuous, waterproof system.
3.02    CLEANING AND PROTECTION
        A.       Clean exposed metal surfaces, removing substances that might cause corrosion of
                 metal or deterioration of finishes.
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                                          LATERAL LINER
PART 1 GENERAL

The work specified in this section includes all labor, materials, accessories, equipment, and tools
necessary to install and test cured in place lateral liners.

    1.01 Qualifications of Bidder

At the time of submission of the bid, Bidder must possess, and be able to provide a certificate of
competency and licensing agreement from the liner manufacturer. Bidder must also have experience
installing that manufacturer’s product or similar products. Bidder must have a resume demonstrating
experience with similar applications.

    1.02 Product Qualifications

A) Must adhere to the host pipe and stop moderate infiltration without the use of chemical grout. B)
Must have flow-through capability. C) Must have proof of right to use the product and or franchise
agreement. D) Must have the ability to start and stop. E) Must have the ability to be installed from
one of the following: a cleanout, roof drain, manhole, or wall cleanout.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

    2.01 General

The finished liner shall incorporate epoxy resin materials that will resist the corrosive effects of raw
sewage effluent and hydrogen sulfide gas. The lateral liner must adhere to the host pipe and be able to
stop moderate infiltration without the use of chemical grout under normal repair conditions. The
system must have flow through capabilities to avoid bypass pumping. The system shall also have the
capabilities to be completely no dig and be able to be installed without disturbing any surface
materials. The lateral liner shall be the Nu Flow Technologies 2000 Inc. Lateral Liner manufactured
by Nu Flow Technologies 2000 Inc.

    2.02 Liner Sizing

All portions of the lateral liner will be manufactured to fit neatly to the inside diameter of the host
pipe.

    2.03 Liner Length

The length and number of liners shall be that deemed necessary by the engineer to effectively carry
out the repairs. The contractor shall verify these lengths before ordering each lateral liner. The lengths
should be of sufficient length to cover all damaged areas.

    2.04 Liner Material

The liner material shall be of non-woven polypropylene felt or suitable substitute. The liner will be
fully impregnated with the proper amount of epoxy resin. The cured lateral liner will conform to
ASTM – 790 structural properties.




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PART 3 EXECUTION

    3.01 Cleaning of Host Pipe

Prior to any installations it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to inspect and clean all repair
areas and make sure that the host pipe can be lined. Any pipe to be lined must be de-scaled without
the use of water.

    3.02 Flow Bypassing

When required, the contractor shall provide for the transfer of flow through or around the section to
be repaired. The proposed bypassing system shall be acceptable in advance to the Engineer. The
acceptance of the bypassing system in advance by the engineer shall in no way relieve the Contractor
of his responsibility and /or public liability.
Note: if the flow is not in excess the contractor can plug the line while installing and then allow the
flow to run through the flow-through launcher.
    3.03 Line Obstructions
It shall be the responsibility of the contractor to remove all obstructions from the repair area and all
other lines associated with the repair.
    3.04 Liner Installation
Impregnate the Lateral Liner with 100% solids epoxy. Follow installation procedures on installation
sheets (see attached).
    3.05 Acceptance
Video before and after.
    3.06 Cleanup
The contractor shall return the site to its original condition.
    3.07 Warranty
All labor and maintenance shall be warranted for a period of 2 years and manufactures for a period of
2 years, any defects, which affect the integrity or strength of the pipe, shall be repaired at the
Contractors expense in a manner mutually agreed upon by the City and the Contractor.
PART 4 RESUME
    4.01 Resume
The Selected Contractor should have a minimum of 5 years experience in CIPP lining technology and
a substantial scope of work.




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                           ASBESTOS ABATEMENT SPECIFICATION
                                     SECTION 13281

                                                for

                                     ROOF REPLACEMENT
                                               On
                                    Balboa Park Casa Del Prado
                                            & Theater

                                          April 22, 2011


Prepared by:


Alan J. Johanns                                            Wm. Brad Blondet
Asbestos & Lead Program Manager                            Asbestos & Lead Program Inspector
CA Asbestos Consultant #: 92-0842                          CA Asbestos CSST #99-2689

City of San Diego
Environmental Services Department
Office of Energy, Sustainability and Environmental Protection
Asbestos & Lead Management Program
9601 Ridgehaven Court, Ste 320
San Diego, CA 92123
Tel: (858) 492-5086
Fax: (858) 492-5089




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                               ASBESTOS ROOFING ABATEMENT


PART 1       GENERAL
1 .1    DESCRIPTION OF WORK
        A.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall supply all labor, transportation, material,
                 apparatus, and equipment for the removal, and disposal of all asbestos-containing
                 roofing materials (ACM) as identified in Appendix A tables of this section.
        B.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for ensuring building will not
                 be contaminated with asbestos and any roofing debris and shall be responsible for
                 any clean-up determined necessary by City of San Diego's PROJECT MONITOR.
        C.       Before submitting his/her bid, the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall visit the
                 project site and verify the location of the asbestos-containing roofing materials that
                 will be removed under the terms and conditions of the contract and this specification.
        D.       Abatement work shall be performed within agreed upon hours submitted prior to
                 project start which will not include designated City holidays.
        E.       Before the beginning of the work related to asbestos abatement, ABATEMENT
                 CONTRACTOR shall hold a safety construction meeting with all asbestos related
                 supervisors, workers, and other contractors on-site that provides an overview of the
                 accepted asbestos work plan, decontamination procedures specific to this project
                 (decontamination procedures shall be on paper with copies for all present), and
                 disposal plan for this project. Meeting shall include the PROJECT MONITOR and
                 any other designated City representative. Meeting time shall be provided for the
                 PROJECT MONITOR to introduce them and identify their role in this project.
1 .2    DEFINITIONS RELATIVE TO ASBESTOS ABATEMENT
        A.       Accredited or Accreditation (when referring to a person or laboratory): A person or
                 laboratory accredited in accordance with section 206 of Title II of the Toxic
                 Substances Control Act (TSCA).
        B.       Air Monitoring: The process of measuring the fiber content of a specific volume of air.
        C.       Amended Water: Water to which a surfactant has been added to decrease the surface
                 tension to 35 or less dynes.
        D.       Asbestos:      The asbestiform varieties of serpentinite (chrysotile), riebeckite
                 (crocidolite), cummingtonite-grunerite, anthophyllite, and actinolite-tremolite. For
                 purposes of determining respiratory and worker protection both the asbestiform and
                 non-asbestiform varieties of the above minerals and any of these materials that have
                 been chemically treated and/or altered shall be considered as asbestos.
        E.       Asbestos-Containing Material (ACM): Any material containing more than 1% by
                 weight of asbestos of any type or mixture of types.
        F.       Asbestos-Containing Building Material (ACBM): Surfacing ACM, thermal system
                 insulation ACM, or miscellaneous ACM that is found in or on interior structural
                 members or other parts of a building.
        G.       Asbestos-Containing Waste Material: Any material which is or is suspected of being
                 or any material contaminated with an asbestos-containing material which is to be
                 removed from a work area for disposal.
        H.       Asbestos debris: Pieces of ACBM that can be identified by color, texture, or composition,
                 or means dust, if the dust is determined by an accredited inspector to be ACM.


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        I.       Authorized Visitor: The Owner, the Owner's Representative, testing lab personnel,
                 the Architect/Engineer, emergency personnel or a representative of any federal, state
                 and local regulatory or other agency having authority over the project.
        J.       Barrier: Any surface that seals off the work area to inhibit the movement of fibers.
        K.       Breathing Zone: A hemisphere forward of the shoulders with a radius of
                 approximately 6 to 9 inches.
        L.       Ceiling Concentration: The concentration of an airborne substance that shall not be
                 exceeded.
        M.       Curtained Doorway: Device to allow ingress and egress from one room to another
                 while permitting minimal air movement between the rooms.
        N.       Demolition: The wrecking or taking out of any building component, system, finish
                 or assembly of a facility together with any related handling operations.
        O.       Disposal Bag: A properly labeled 6 mil thick leak-tight plastic bags used for
                 transporting asbestos waste from work and to disposal site.
        P.       Encapsulant: a penetrating encapsulant specifically designed to minimize fiber
                 release during removal of asbestos-containing materials rather that for in situ
                 encapsulation.
        Q.       Encapsulation: Treatment of asbestos-containing materials, with an encapsulant.
        R.       Enclosure: The construction of an air-tight, impermeable, permanent barrier around
                 asbestos-containing material to control the release of asbestos fibers into the air.
        S.       Filter: A media component used in respirators to remove solid or liquid particles
                 from the inspired air.
        T.       Friable Asbestos Material: Material that contains more than 1.0% asbestos by weight
                 and that can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure when
                 dry. A material can also be rendered friable via mechanical means.
        U.       HEPA Filter: A High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter capable of trapping
                 and retaining 99.97% of asbestos fibers greater than 0.3 microns in diameter.
        V.       HEPA Filter Vacuum Collection Equipment (or vacuum cleaner): High efficiency
                 particulate air filtered vacuum collection equipment with a filter system capable of
                 collecting and retaining asbestos fibers. Filters should be of 99.97% efficiency for
                 retaining fibers of 0.3 microns or larger.
        W.       Negative Pressure Respirator: A respirator in which the air pressure inside the
                 respiratory-inlet covering is positive during exhalation in relation to the air pressure
                 of the outside atmosphere and negative during inhalation in relation to the air
                 pressure of the outside atmosphere.
        X.       Personal Monitoring: Sampling of the asbestos fiber concentrations within the
                 breathing zone of an employee.
        Y.       Protection Factor: The ratio of the ambient concentration of an airborne substance to
                 the concentration of the substance inside the respirator at the breathing zone of the
                 wearer. The protection factor is a measure of the degree of protection provided by a
                 respirator to the wearer.
        Z.       Project Monitor: City of San Diego Asbestos & Lead Management Program staff or
                 their designated consultant.
        AA.      Visible Emissions: Any emissions containing particulate asbestos material that are
                 visually detectable without the aid of instruments. This does not include condensed
                 uncombined water vapor.
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        BB.      Wet Cleaning: The process of eliminating asbestos contamination from building
                 surfaces and objects by using cloths, mops, or other cleaning utensils which have
                 been dampened with amended water or diluted removal encapsulant and afterwards
                 thoroughly decontaminated or disposed of as asbestos-contaminated waste.
        CC.      Work Area: The area where asbestos-related work or removal operations are
                 performed which is defined and/or isolated to prevent the spread of asbestos dust,
                 fibers or debris, and entry by unauthorized personnel. Work area is a Regulated Area
                 as defined by 8 CCR 1529.
1 .3    REGULATIONS
        A.       As required, ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall notify all Local, State, and
                 Federal agencies regulating standards for the removal of asbestos-containing
                 materials, including but not limited to: Cal-OSHA, San Diego Air Pollution Control
                 District, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.                      ABATEMENT
                 CONTRACTOR shall provide Owner a copy of each notification and a copy of a
                 certified mail receipt proving proper notification to all required agencies.
        B.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall be registered as a asbestos contractor before
                 performing any asbestos related work, a licensee must also be registered with the
                 Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Occupational Safety and Health.
        C.       Transportation of hazardous materials shall be in accordance with the State of
                 California Title 22 and the Department of Transportation regulations.
        D.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall comply with all provisions of California Title
                 8, Section 5208 and Section 1529.
        E.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall be in compliance with all provisions of Title
                 40 CFR Part 61.
        F.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall assume full responsibility and liability for
                 compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and local regulations pertaining to
                 work practices, hauling, disposal, and protection of workers, visitors to site, and
                 persons occupying areas adjacent to the site.
1 .4    SUBMITTALS
        A.       Before the Start of Work, submit the following to the City of San Diego's for review.
                 Do not start work until the submittals are returned with the PROJECT MONITOR’S
                 written approval, indicating that they are authorized for unrestricted use.
                 1.      Asbestos Abatement Work Plan: In addition to information required in this
                         section, Work Plan shall contain all information required under 8 CCR 1529
                         Submit a detailed job-specific plan that includes:
                         a.         The procedures proposed to comply with the requirements of this
                                    specification and all applicable regulations.
                         b.         Detailed drawings that identify the location, size, layout and details
                                    of the Work Areas, any equipment, disposal storage, restrooms, and
                                    worker decontamination facilities.
                         c.         The sequencing of abatement work and the interface of trades
                                    involved in the performance of work. Provide a time line that details
                                    each major phase of work activity and anticipated time it will occur.
                         d.         The methods to be used to assure the safety occupants and visitors to
                                    the site.
                         e.         Detailed description of the methods to be employed to ensure
                                    asbestos is not released above background air levels.
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                         f.         The method of removal to reduce asbestos dust generation in the
                                    Work Area,
             2.    Work site coordination submittals including:
                   a.    Contingency and Spill Plan: Prepare a contingency plan for emergencies
                         including fire, accident, power failure, or any other event that may require
                         modification or abridgement of decontamination or Work Area isolation
                         procedures. Include in plan specific procedures for decontamination or Work
                         Area isolation. Plan should be specific for all types of hazardous materials or
                         situations specific to this work site. Note that nothing in this specification
                         should impede safe exiting or providing of adequate medical attention in the
                         event of an emergency.
                   b.    Telephone numbers and locations of emergency services including but not
                         limited to fire, ambulance, doctor, hospital, police, power company,
                         telephone company.
                   c.    Notifications:
                         i.     Notify emergency service agencies including fire, ambulance, police or
                                other agency that may service the abatement work site in case of an
                                emergency. Notification is to include methods of entering Work Area,
                                emergency entry and exit locations, modifications to fire notification or
                                fire-fighting equipment, and other information needed by agencies
                                providing emergency services.
                         ii.    Notifications of Emergency: Any individual at the job site may notify
                                emergency service agencies if necessary without effect on this contract
                                or the Contract Sum.
                         iii.   Provide submittal identifying person responsible for responding to
                                project site emergencies twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
             3.    ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR qualifications                     and   personnel    information
                   submittals that include but are not limited to:
                   a.    Provide all staff names, certifications, and experience. Identify their duties and
                         responsibilities on this project. ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall have the
                         following minimum levels of qualified supervision on the project site:
                         i.     General Superintendent: Provide a full-time General Superintendent
                                who is experienced in administration and supervision of asbestos roof
                                abatement projects including work practices, protective measures for
                                building and personnel, disposal procedures, etc. This person is the
                                ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR`s representative responsible for
                                compliance with all applicable federal, state and local regulations and
                                guidelines, particularly those relating to asbestos abatement and
                                hazardous waste. Should, in the opinion of the OWNER, any language
                                barrier exist between the on-site superintendent and the OWNER or
                                PROJECT MONITOR, the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall
                                employ a qualified full-time interpreter or provide a new on-site
                                superintendent at no additional cost to the OWNER. Shall be AHERA
                                certified as asbestos supervisor.




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                         ii.    Foreman: Provide a full time Foreman to directly supervise and direct no
                                more than 10 abatement workers. Each Foreman will act as the Competent
                                Person as required by 8 CCR 1529 for the workers the foreman is directing.
                                The Foreman has oversight authority over the workers and reports to the
                                General Superintendent. If there are 10 or fewer abatement workers on the
                                project the General Superintendent may fill the Foreman's position. Shall be
                                AHERA certified as asbestos supervisor.
                         iii.   Experience and Training: The General Superintendent and foreman
                                shall meet all the requirements as a Competent Person as required by
                                OSHA 8 CCR 1529. They shall have completed training in EPA
                                Asbestos Supervisor Training. They shall have experience with
                                projects of similar types and sizes.
                         iv.    Workers: All asbestos abatement workers shall have current EPA and
                                OSHA asbestos abatement training.
                         v.     Certificate of Worker's Acknowledgment: Submit an original signed
                                copy of the Certificate of Worker's Acknowledgment found in
                                Appendix B of this section, for each worker and supervisor who is to
                                be at the job site or enter the Work Area.
                 4.     Submit a copy of the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR's Asbestos DOSH
                        Handling License.
                 5.     If required by regulations, submit copies of notifications made to regulatory
                        agencies along with a copy of certified mail receipt.
                 6.     Submit respiratory protection information and air monitoring data as per the
                        following:
                         a.         Operating Instruction: Submit complete operating and maintenance
                                    instructions for all components and systems as a whole. Submittal is
                                    to be in bound manual form suitable for field use.
                         b.         Respiratory Protection Program:       Submit ABATEMENT
                                    CONTRACTOR's written respiratory protection program manual as
                                    required by 8 CCR 1529 and 5144.
                         c.         Respiratory Protection Schedule: Submit level of respiratory
                                    protection intended for each operation required by the project.
                 7.      Submit doctor's report from medical examination conducted within the last
                         12 months as part of compliance with OSHA medical surveillance
                         requirements for each worker who is to enter the Work Area. Submit, at a
                         minimum, the following for each worker:
                         a.         Name and Social Security Number
                         b.         Physicians Written Opinion from examining physician including at a
                                    minimum the following:
                                    i.     Whether worker has any detected medical conditions that
                                           would place the worker at an increased risk of material
                                           health impairment from exposure to asbestos.       Any
                                           recommended limitations on the worker or on the use of
                                           personal protective equipment such as respirators.




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                                    ii.   Statement that the worker has been informed by the
                                          physician of the results of the medical examination and of
                                          any medical conditions that may result from asbestos
                                          exposure.
                 8.      Submit a notarized certification, signed by an officer of the ABATEMENT
                         CONTRACTOR firm that exposure measurements, medical surveillance, and
                         worker training records are being kept in conformance with 8 CCR 1529.
                 9.      Identify disposal location and provide associated permits for all non-friable
                         asbestos waste.
                 10.     Identify state licensed transporter, disposal location, and associated permits
                         for all friable asbestos waste.
                 11.     Identify the laboratory that will be performing the analysis of the personnel
                         samples and provide their accreditation. Also discuss how ABATEMENT
                         CONTRACTOR will be providing the analytical results to the PROJECT
                         MONITOR within 24 hours of sampling completion.
        B.     Submit the following during and at the completion of the work
                 1.      Copies of all Waste Shipment Records
                 2.      Copies of all air monitoring results within 24 hours
1 .5    AIR MONITORING/WORK AREA CLEARANCE
        A.       The City’s PROJECT MONITOR will provide ambient area air monitoring during all
                 phases of the removal of asbestos-containing roofing materials, including but not
                 limited to interior of facility, dumpster area and downwind samples.
        B.       During the project, personnel air monitoring will be conducted by ABATEMENT
                 CONTRACTOR to determine fiber levels. If fiber levels exceed 0.1 fibers/cc then
                 work shall cease and not begin again until after PROJECT MONITOR approves the
                 ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR's revised methodology which will lower fiber
                 levels. Procedures shall be submitted in writing to the City prior to implementing
                 these procedures. This includes Short Term Exposure Limit (STEL) air monitoring.
                 The ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall install a personal pump on one of the
                 employees working at the point where the asbestos-containing roofing materials are
                 being cut. This air sample shall run for 30 minutes. At a minimum, ABATEMENT
                 CONTRACTOR shall provide air monitoring for every four workers. Testing of air
                 samples will be by Phase Contrast Microscopy following NIOSH 7400 rules.
        C.       If any of the ambient area samples taken by the PROJECT MONITOR either inside
                 or outside exceed .O1 fibers/cc then ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR is required to
                 pay for the additional testing on those samples collected using transmission electron
                 microscopy (TEM).
        D.       Release of the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR from the asbestos-containing
                 material removal phase of the contract will be accomplished by a visual inspection by
                 the PROJECT MONITOR. Visual Clearance, performed the PROJECT MONITOR,
                 shall include all exterior and interior areas of the facility.
1 .6    WORKER PROTECTION
        A.       Provide worker protection as required by the most stringent OSHA and/or EPA
                 standards applicable to the work.
        B.       Training
                 1.      All workers are to be trained, certified and accredited as required by state or
                         local code or regulation.
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                 2.      Train all workers, in accordance with Title 8 CCR section 5208 and section
                         1529, regarding the dangers inherent in handling asbestos and breathing
                         asbestos dust, proper work procedures, and personal and area protective
                         measures.
        C.       Provide medical examinations for all workers who may encounter an airborne fiber
                 level of 0.1 fibers/cc or greater for an 8 hour Time Weighted Average. In the
                 absence of specific airborne fiber data, provide medical examinations for all workers
                 who will enter the Work Area for any reason. Examination shall as a minimum meet
                 OSHA requirements as set forth in 8 CCR 1529. In addition, provide an evaluation
                 of the individual’s ability to work in environments capable of producing heat stress in
                 the worker.
        D.       Protective clothing
                 1.      Coveralls: Provide two (2) disposable “full body” coveralls and disposable
                         head covers, and require that they be worn at all times by all workers in the
                         Work Area. Provide a sufficient number for all required changes, for all
                         workers in the Work Area.
                 2.      Boots: Provide work boots with non-skid soles, and where required by
                         OSHA, foot protection for all workers. Provide boots at no cost to workers.
                         Do not allow boots to be removed from the Work Area for any reason, after
                         being contaminated with asbestos-containing material. Thoroughly clean,
                         decontaminate and bag boots before removing them from Work Area at the
                         end of the work.
                 3.      Hard Hats: Provide head protection (hard hats) as required by OSHA for all
                         workers, and provide 1 spare for use by Owner's Representative, Project
                         Administrator, and Owner. Require hard hats to be worn at all times that
                         work is in progress that may potentially cause head injury. Provide hard hats
                         of the type with plastic strap suspension. Require hats to remain in the Work
                         Area throughout the work. Thoroughly clean, decontaminate and bag hats
                         before removing them from Work Area at the end of the work.
                 4.      Goggles: Provide eye protection (goggles) as required by OSHA for all
                         workers involved in scraping, spraying, or any other activity which may
                         potentially cause eye injury. Thoroughly clean, decontaminate and bag
                         goggles before removing them from Work Area at the end of the work.
                 5.      Gloves: Provide work gloves to all workers and require that they be worn at
                         all times in the Work Area. Do not remove gloves from Work Area and
                         dispose of as asbestos-contaminated waste at the end of the work.
        E.       Respirators
                 1.      Air Purifying Respirators
                         a.         Respirator Bodies: Provide half face or full face type respirators.
                         b.         Filter Cartridges: Provide, at a minimum, HEPA type filters labeled
                                    with NIOSH and MSHA Certification for "Radionuclides, Radon
                                    Daughters, Dust, Fumes, Mists including Asbestos Containing Dusts
                                    and Mists" and color coded in accordance with ANSI Z228.2 (1980).
                                    In addition, a chemical cartridge section may be added, if required,
                                    for solvents, etc., in use. In this case, provide cartridges that have
                                    each section of the combination canister labeled with the appropriate
                                    color code and NIOSH/MSHA Certification.
                         c.         Non-permitted respirators:    Do not use single use, disposable or
                                    quarter face respirators.
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                 2.      Require that respiratory protection be used at all times when there is any
                         possibility of disturbance of asbestos containing materials whether
                         intentional or accidental.
                 3.      Require that a respirator be worn by anyone in a Work Area at all times,
                         regardless of activity, during a period that starts with any operation which
                         could cause airborne fibers until the area has been cleared for re-occupancy.
                 4.      Regardless of Airborne Fiber Levels: Require that the minimum level of
                         respiratory protection used be half-face air-purifying respirators with high
                         efficiency filters.
        F.       Fit testing
                 1.      Initial Fitting: Provide initial fitting of respiratory protection during a
                         respiratory protection course of training. Only allow an individual to use
                         respirators for which training and fit testing has been provided.
                 2.      Upon Each Wearing: Require that each time an air-purifying respirator is put
                         on it be checked for fit with a positive and negative pressure fit test in
                         accordance with the manufacturer's instructions or ANSI Z88.2 (1980).
        G.       Respirators, disposable coveralls, head covers, and foot covers shall be provided by
                 the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR for the City of San Diego's Asbestos and Lead
                 Management Program's PROJECT MONITOR, and other authorized representatives
                 who may inspect the job site. Provide two (2) respirators and six (6) complete
                 coveralls and, where applicable, six (6) respirator filter changes per day.
1 .7    DECONTAMINATION PROCEDURE
        A.       Prior to leaving the Work Area, HEPA vacuum outer suit completely and remove,
                 turning it inside out while doing so.
        B.       Hygiene facilities such as change rooms and showers are not required to be adjacent
                 to the operations on top of a roof, but these facilities must be provided [California
                 Title 8, Section 1529 (1)(3)]. Proceed to decontamination area where the second suit
                 is to be removed while turning it inside out.
        C.       After wiping all areas and respirator, remove respirator and wipe facial area clean.
        D.       Place contaminated suits, towels, and respirator cartridges in a properly labeled
                 disposal bag.
        E.       At the completion of the project, boots, hard hats, and goggles should be
                 decontaminated and bagged prior to removal from the Work Area.
        F.       Equipment leaving the Work Area should be HEPA vacuumed and wet wiped.
PART 2       PRODUCTS
2.1     POLYETHYLENE SHEET
        A.       A single polyethylene film in the largest sheet size possible to minimize seams, 4.0 or
                 6.0 mil thick as indicated, and clear, frosted, or black as indicated.




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        B.       Provide flame resistant polyethylene film that conforms to requirements set forth by
                 the National Fire Protection Association Standard 701, Small Scale Fire Test for
                 Flame-resistant Textiles and Films. Provide largest size possible to minimize seams,
                 4.0 or 6.0 mil thick as indicated, and frosted or black as indicated.
        C.       Reinforced Polyethylene Sheet: Where plastic sheet is the only separation between
                 the Work Area and building exterior, provide translucent, nylon reinforced,
                 laminated, flame resistant, polyethylene film that conforms to requirements set forth
                 by the National Fire Protection Association Standard 701, Small Scale Fire Test for
                 Flame-resistant Textiles and Films. Provide largest size possible to minimize seams,
                 4.0 or 6.0 mil thick as indicated, frosted or black as indicated.
2.2     TAPE
        A.       Provide duct tape in 2" or 3" widths as indicated, with an adhesive which is
                 formulated to stick aggressively to sheet polyethylene.
2.3     SPRAY ADHESIVE
        A.       Provide spray adhesive in aerosol cans which is specifically formulated to stick
                 tenaciously to sheet polyethylene.
PART 3       EXECUTION
3.1     WORK AREA PROCEDURES
        A.       Require that workers NOT eat, drink, smoke, chew tobacco or gum, or apply
                 cosmetics in the Work Area.
3.2    WORK AREA PREPARATION
        A.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall secure work area from access by public, staff
                 or users of the area. Accomplish this where possible, by locking doors, gates, or other
                 means of access to the area.
        B.       Barricade fencing is required for securing an outside area from unauthorized access.
                 Work area delineation shall occur at no less then twelve feet (12') from the radius of
                 the work and/or building. Yellow caution tape shall not be used.
        C.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall place 6 mil polyethylene sheeting in area
                 directly below roof where removal is taking place. Additional control measures
                 closer to the roof shall be used for structures higher than 2 stories.
        D.       All windows, vents, mechanical systems, etc., in close proximity to the abatement
                 area shall be sealed with plastic and tape by the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR
                 prior to the work beginning.
        E.       Provide warning signs at roof access in accordance with California Title 8, Section
                 1529 reading as follows:
                                                       DANGER
                                                     ASBESTOS
                                    CANCER AND LUNG DISEASE HAZARD
                                       AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY
                                RESPIRATORS AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
                                         ARE REQUIRED IN THIS AREA




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3.3     REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS-CONTAINING ROOFING MATERIALS
        A.       Asbestos-containing roofing materials shall be adequately wetted with either
                 amended water or a removal encapsulant before and during cutting process, to reduce
                 fiber emission.
        B.       The asbestos-containing roofing materials shall be cut into manageable sizes using
                 methods approved by the Asbestos and Lead Management Program. The squares
                 will be separated from the roofing buffer board and any other non asbestos-
                 containing substrate and then prepared for disposal.
        C.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall ensure that no asbestos-containing materials
                 remain adhered to the roofing buffer board, or other materials that will be treated as
                 non-contaminated waste.
        D.       The ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR should exercise caution in using water, as he will
                 be solely responsible for any water damage to the facility resulting from the work.
        E.       After Work Area and all interior and exterior areas are determined to be visually
                 clean according to section 1.5, PROJECT MONITOR shall direct the ABATEMENT
                 CONTRACTOR to apply one coat of an approved sealant to all dried, exposed
                 surfaces from which asbestos-containing materials have been removed.
        F.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR is responsible for keeping all asbestos roofing
                 debris out of the interior of the buildings at all times during the roof removal. If the
                 roof sheathing cannot prevent roofing material inside the interior, ABATEMENT
                 CONTRACTOR shall install control measures inside the structure. All interior
                 contamination is the responsibility of the ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR to clean
                 with no additional cost to this contract.
        G.       ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall ensure there is no loose debris around the
                 Work Area during the removal and if found, ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR shall
                 clean the area immediately.
        H.       Removal Method One
                 1.          The asbestos containing roofing materials shall be cut into manageable sizes and
                             immediately place into two 6 mil thick polyethylene bags. All non-friable
                             asbestos-containing material (ACM) shall remain wet while being placed in
                             bags. As soon as each bag is filled it will be sealed in the following manner:
                        i.           Bags: The neck of the bag shall be twisted and sealed with at least
                                     three turns of duct tape. The neck shall then be folded over, goose
                                     necked, and sealed with at least three turns of duct tape. This bag
                                     shall then be inserted into another bag and the above sealing
                                     procedure shall be followed.
                       ii.           All bags shall be carefully LOWERED to the ground to ensure they
                                     do not break. The bags shall then be loaded into a dumpster or truck
                                     which is completely enclosed and locked.
        I.       Removal Method Two
                 1.          Non-friable asbestos-containing roofing materials shall be cut into
                             manageable sizes and separated from the substrate while wetting with an
                             approved removal encapsulant. All materials may then be lowered to
                             dumpster by means of a dust tight chute.
                 2.      The dumpster shall be lined with two layers of 6 mil polyethylene sheeting.
                         Care must be taken to prevent lining from being torn. At the end of the day
                         the dumpster shall be covered and locked.

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                 3.     The dumpster shall be labeled in accordance with California Title 8, Section
                        1529:
                                            DANGER
                                   CONTAINS ASBESTOS FIBERS
                                      AVOID CREATING DUST
                                CANCER AND LUNG DISEASE HAZARD
                                 BREATHING AIRBORNE ASBESTOS
                              FIBERS IS HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH

3.4     DISPOSAL

        A.       Non-friable asbestos materials may be disposed of at Miramar Landfill.

        B.       Any friable ACM shall be containerized immediately, secured in a locked container,
                 be transported by state licensed hauler with manifest, and disposed of at appropriate
                 landfill location.

        C.       The PROJECT MONITOR or designated representative will inspect each load and
                 sign all waste manifests before waste leaves the site.

        D.       Copies of Waste Shipment Records for each load of asbestos waste material shall be
                 given to the City.

        E.       Cordon off the Work Area, a safe zone around the building, and the dumpster area
                 with barrier fencing. Yellow caution tape shall not be used.

        F.       Provide warning signs at roof access in accordance with 8 CCR 1529 reading as
                 follows:

                                           DANGER
                                          ASBESTOS
                              CANCER AND LUNG DISEASE HAZARD
                                 AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL ONLY
                            RESPIRATORS AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
                                  ARE REQUIRED IN THIS AREA




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                            ASBESTOS ABATEMENT - APPENDIX A

                                     Asbestos Sampling Results:

SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL GYMNASIUM ROOF INSPECTION

SAMPLE #        LOCATION                    TYPE OF MATERIAL                        ASBESTOS %
                                            Roof Core of Rolled Roofing and
6580-1          Casa Del Prado                                                      Non Detected
                                            Insulation
                                            Roof Core of Rolled Roofing and
6580-2          Casa Del Prado                                                      Non Detected
                                            Insulation
                                            Roof Core of Rolled Roofing and
6580-3          Casa Del Prado                                                      Non Detected
                                            Insulation
6580-4          Casa Del Prado              Penetration Mastic                      4% Chrysotile
6580-5          Casa Del Prado              Penetration Mastic                      4% Chrysotile
6580-6          Casa Del Prado               Penetration Mastic                   4% Chrysotile
                                             Roof Core of Rolled Roofing and
6580-7          Theater                                                           Non Detected
                                             Insulation
                                             Roof Core of Rolled Roofing and
6580-8          Theater                                                           Non Detected
                                             Insulation
                                             Roof Core of Rolled Roofing and
6580-9          Theater                                                           Non Detected
                                             Insulation
6580-10         Theater                      Penetration Mastic                   5% Chrysotile
6580-11         Theater                      Penetration Mastic                   Non Detected
6580-12         Theater                      Penetration Mastic                   5% Chrysotile
Summary: Asbestos-containing roofing mastic was found in all of the roofing areas including roof
perimeter walls, roof penetrations, seams, and patches. Work disturbing materials containing greater
than 0.1% asbestos must be performed by a contractor with the California Division of Occupational
Safety and Health (DOSH) asbestos registration.




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                              ASBESTOS ABATEMENT
            APPENDIX B - CERTIFICATE OF WORKER'S ACKNOWLEDGMENT


PROJECT NAME:                                                DATE:         ____________
PROJECT ADDRESS:

CONTRACTOR'S NAME: ________________________________________________

Working with asbestos can be dangerous. Inhaling asbestos fibers has been linked with various
types of cancer. If you smoke and inhale asbestos fibers, the chance that you will develop lung
cancer is greater than that of the non-smoking public.

Your employer's contract with the Owner for the above project requires that: You be supplied with
the proper respirator and be trained in its use. You be trained in safe work practices and in the use of
the equipment found on the job. You receive a medical examination. These things are to have been
done at no cost to you.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: You must have been trained in the proper use of respirators, and
informed of the type respirator to be used on the above referenced project. You must be given a copy
of the written respiratory protection manual issued by your employer. You must be equipped at no
cost with the respirator to be used on the above project.

TRAINING COURSE: You must have been trained in the dangers inherent in handling asbestos and
breathing asbestos dust and in proper work procedures and personal and area protective measures.
The topics covered in the course must have included the following:

      Physical characteristics of asbestos
      Health hazards associated with asbestos
      Respiratory protection
      Use of protective equipment
      Pressure Differential Systems
      Work practices including hands on or on-job training
      Personal decontamination procedures
      Air monitoring, personal and area

MEDICAL EXAMINATION: You must have had a medical examination within the past 12 months
at no cost to you. This examination must have included: health history, pulmonary function tests and
may have included an evaluation of a chest x-ray.

By signing this document you are acknowledging only that the Owner of the building you are about to
work in has advised you of your rights to training and protection relative to your employer, the
ABATEMENT CONTRACTOR.

Signature                                          Social Security No ___________________

Printed Name                                       Witness ___________________________




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                              LEAD ABATEMENT SPECIFICATION
                                      SECTION 13282

                                                for

                                     ROOF REPLACEMENT
                                               On
                                    Balboa Park Casa Del Prado
                                            & Theater

                                          April 22, 2011


Prepared by:


Alan J. Johanns                                            Wm. Brad Blondet
Asbestos & Lead Program Manager                            Asbestos & Lead Program Inspector
CDPH Inspector/Assessor #7770                              CDPH Inspector/Assessor #5464

City of San Diego
Environmental Services Department
Office of Energy, Sustainability and Environmental Protection
Asbestos & Lead Management Program
9601 Ridgehaven Court, Ste 320
San Diego, CA 92123
Tel: (858) 492-5086
Fax: (858) 492-5089




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                          LEAD ABATEMENT SPECIFICATIONS – SECTION 13282
                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS

DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
01-1.1 Summary of Work ................................................................................................................... 86
01-1.2 Contractor Use of The Premises .............................................................................................. 86
01-2.0 Project Coordination................................................................................................................ 86
01-3.0 Project Submittals.................................................................................................................... 86
01-4.0 Schedules, Reports .................................................................................................................. 87
01-5.0 Product Data ............................................................................................................................ 87
01-6.0 Project Close-out ..................................................................................................................... 87
DIVISION 02 SITE WORK
02-1.0 Introduction ............................................................................................................................. 88
     02-1.1 Background Information ................................................................................................... 88
     02-1.2 General Information .......................................................................................................... 88
          02-1.2.1 Potential Lead Hazard............................................................................................... 88
          02-1.2.2 Stop Work ................................................................................................................. 88
          02-1.2.3 Contractor Project Specific Submittal ...................................................................... 88
02-2.0 Project Administration ............................................................................................................ 89
     02-2.1 Certified Supervisor .......................................................................................................... 89
     02-2.2 Special Reports ................................................................................................................. 89
          02-2.2.1 Reporting Unusual Events ........................................................................................ 89
          02-2.2.2 Reporting Accidents ................................................................................................. 89
02-3.0 Compliance with Codes and Regulations ................................................................................ 89
02-4.0 Permits and Licenses ............................................................................................................... 91
     02-4.1 Permits .............................................................................................................................. 91
     02-4.2 Licenses ............................................................................................................................ 91
02-5.0 Health and Safety .................................................................................................................... 91
     02-5.1 General Worker Protection and Health and Safety ........................................................... 91
          02-5.1.1 Worker Training ....................................................................................................... 91
          02-5.1.2 Medical Surveillance ................................................................................................ 91
          02.5.1.3 Air Monitoring .......................................................................................................... 92
          02.5.1.4 Equipment ................................................................................................................. 92
          02.5.1.5        Additional Protective Equipment ............................................................................ 92
          02-5.1.6        Decontamination Procedures .................................................................................. 92
          02-5.1.7        Activities within Work Area ................................................................................... 92
          02-5.1.8        Certificate of Worker’s Acknowledgment .............................................................. 92


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     02-5.2 Worker Respiratory Protection ......................................................................................... 92
          02-5.2.1 Respiratory Protection Standards.............................................................................. 93
02-6.0 Lead Hazard Control Activities/Protocols............................................................................... 93
     02-6.1 Worksite Preparation ........................................................................................................ 93
     02-6.2 Temporary Facilities ......................................................................................................... 93
          02-6.2.1        Materials and Equipment ........................................................................................ 93
          02-6.2.2        Water Service .......................................................................................................... 93
          02-6.2.3        Electrical Services ................................................................................................... 94
          02-6.2.4        Sanitary Facilities .................................................................................................... 94
          02-6.2.5        Fire Extinguisher ..................................................................................................... 94
          02-6.2.6        First Aid .................................................................................................................. 94
     02-6.3 Interim Controls ................................................................................................................ 94
          02-6.3.1        Paint Stabilization ................................................................................................... 94
     02-6.4 Abatement ......................................................................................................................... 94
     02-6.5 Cleaning ............................................................................................................................ 95
     02-6.6 Clearance .......................................................................................................................... 95
02-7.0 DISPOSAL OF LEAD CONTAINING WASTE ................................................................... 96
     02-7.1 Waste Minimization .......................................................................................................... 96
     02-7.2 Waste Characterization ..................................................................................................... 96
     02-7.3 Pre-transportation Requirements ...................................................................................... 96
     02-7.4 Transportation and Disposal Requirements ...................................................................... 96
DIVISION 03 DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................. 97
03-1.0 Definitions ............................................................................................................................... 97
LEAD ABATEMENT - APPENDICES
A Certificate of Lead Worker’s Acknowledgement ........................................................................ 100
B Certification of Visual Inspection ................................................................................................ 101




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                           DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01-1.1     Summary Of Work

01-1.1.1   Remove all loose and flaky paint from all the tan vent surfaces of the roof vent hoods and
           stabilize those areas with an approved encapsulant.

01-1.1.2. Clean all existing lead paint debris from area surrounding the roof vent hoods.

01-1.1.3. Areas under abatement shall have a warning barrier that reads “CAUTION LEAD
          HAZARD - DO NOT ENTER WORK AREA UNLESS AUTHORIZED”. If barrier
          warning tape is deemed ineffective by the City Asbestos & Lead Management Program
          Representative it shall be the responsibility of the contractor to provide barricade fencing.
          Barricade fencing shall be erected at all work areas located above or around any pedestrian
          walkways. It is the responsibility of the contractor to provide any permits necessary to
          close the walkways before the start of this project.

01-1.1.4. When doing exterior work, extend the sheeting (6 mil polyethylene sheeting) as close to
          the building as possible. Sheeting shall be a minimum of 15 feet from the building. Erect
          vertical shroud if there is visible movement of debris beyond the ground sheeting.

01-1.1.5. When doing interior work, plastic sheeting should be in place on the floor within 15 feet of
          any area where lead paint is being disturbed.

01-1.1.6. All waste collected must be stored in sealable drum containers (not in bags).

01-1.1.7. Laboratory results (see Appendix C).

01-1.2     Contractor Use Of The Premises

All site rules and regulations affecting the work should be complied with while engaged in project
activities. The existing building should be maintained in a safe condition throughout the lead hazard
control activities. The Contractor will be responsible for adhering to all applicable building codes
and fire safety requirements.

All public areas will be kept free of accumulated waste, materials, rubbish, and debris.

01-2.0     PROJECT COORDINATION

It will be the responsibility of the Contractor to coordinate all site activities with the City’s Asbestos
& Lead Management Program’s Project Monitor including any meetings, surveys, special reports, and
site usage limitations.

01-3.0     PROJECT SUBMITTALS

The Contractor is required to submit the following as part of the submittal package (at least two
weeks prior to start of work):

    Lead compliance program in accordance with Title 8, California Code of Regulations (T8CCR),
     Section 1532.1 (e) (2).

    Copies of Contractor’s lead training certificates and Certificate of Worker’s Acknowledgment
     (Appendix A) for all employees who will be doing work*.



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    Respiratory protection program.

    Permits, notifications, and licenses needed to perform work (including hazardous waste hauler’s
     registration).

    *    The Contractor will be required to submit training certificates for any “new” employees in the
          project-specific package.

01-4.0      SCHEDULES, REPORTS

Prior to each phase of project, the Contractor shall provide the City with a tentative time line which
outlines the project schedule. These documents will be reviewed and approved by the City prior to
the commencement of work.

01-5.0      PRODUCT DATA

The Contractor shall submit product information that is to be used during the lead hazard control
activities prior to commencement of work (i.e., encapsulants). General information required on
product date includes manufacturer’s standard printed recommendations for application and use,
compliance with recognized standards of trade association and testing agencies, and material safety
data sheets (MSDSs).

01-6.0      PROJECT CLOSE-OUT

Upon completion of work and prior to payment, the Project Monitor will proceed with an initial
inspection of the lead hazard control area. A Certificate of Visual Inspection (Lead Abatement -
Appendix B) will be signed by both the Contractor and Project Monitor. The Contractor will not be
paid until the area meets the established project-specific clearance criteria and has submitted the
required information (see 02-1.2.3).




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                                    DIVISION 02        SITE WORK

02-1.0     INTRODUCTION

Division 02 describes procedures and protocols for lead hazard control activities.                The
protocols/procedures described hereafter are in accordance with federal/state/local requirements. In
the absence of these requirements, the procedure/protocols are based on current industry standards.

02-1.1     Background Information

Sampling has been performed by City staff and has been provided in Appendix C of this
specification. Waste characterization costs are the responsibility of the contractor.

02-1.2     General Information

     02-1.2.1      Potential Lead Hazard

     The disturbance of LBP may cause exposure to workers and building occupants. All workers,
     supervisory personnel, subcontractors, and consultants who will be at the job site, need to be apprised
     of the seriousness of the hazard and of proper work practices which must be followed to minimize
     exposure to lead-containing dust. The procedures and methods described herein must be followed
     and the Contractor must comply with all applicable federal/state/local requirements.

     02-1.2.2      Stop Work

     If the Project Monitor presents a verbal or written stop work order, the Contractor shall
     immediately and automatically stop all work. Recommencement of the work may not begin
     until authorized by the Project Monitor.

     02-1.2.3.     Contractor Project Specific Submittals

     Prior to the start of this project, the Contractor shall submit the following. This information
     must be received by the City prior to commencement of any work:

     1.    Method, equipment, and materials for lead hazard control activities.

     2.    Site plan indicating areas of work and lead decontamination facilities, if necessary.

     3.    A description of methods to be used to control dispersion of dust to the interior and
           exterior of the building.

     4.    Methods used to assure the safety of workers and visitors to the site.

     1.    A list of employees who will be performing the work and the supervisor in charge of the project.

     5.    Employee lead training certificates and Certificates of Worker’s Acknowledgment not
           previously submitted.

     6.    Permits and licenses need to perform specific work activities.

     2.    The timing and projected completion date of the work.

     9.    Site specific contingency plan (for emergencies including fire, accident, power failure, or any
           other event that may require notification, decontamination, or work area isolation procedures).

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     10.    Estimation of the type and amount of waste to be generated.

     At the end of a project, the Contractor shall submit the following to the Project Monitor:

      1.    Air sampling results.

      2.    Waste analysis and documentation of disposal.

      3.    Certificate of Visual Inspection.

      4.    Any special reports.

02-2.0      PROJECT ADMINISTRATION

02-2.1      Certified Supervisor

The Contractor needs to provide a full-time lead related construction supervisor who is experienced in
administration and supervision of lead hazard control projects including work practices, protective
measures for building and personnel, disposal procedures, etc. This supervisor must have completed
a “Lead Related Construction Supervision” course and have certification from the State Department
of Health Services (DHS) as a “supervisor.” This person will act as the competent person on the job.

In addition, all employees working on the project must have taken a “Lead Related Construction
Worker” course and have obtained certification from State DHS as a “worker”.

02-2.2      Special Reports

     02-2.2.1      Reporting Unusual Events

     When an event of unusual and significant nature occurs at the site (e.g., a spill of lead debris,
     failure of special equipment used to contain lead), the Contractor shall prepare and submit a
     special report listing the chain of events, persons participating, response by Contractor’s
     personnel, evaluation of results, and other pertinent information.

     02-2.2.2      Reporting Accidents

     The Contractor shall prepare and submit reports of significant accidents at the subject site.
     Pertinent data and actions need to be recorded. In addition, response actions should comply with
     industry standards. For this purpose, a significant accident is defined to include events where
     personal injury or property loss of substance is sustained, or where the event posed a significant
     threat of loss or personal injury or potential environmental contamination.

02-3.0      COMPLIANCE WITH CODES AND REGULATIONS

Except to the extent that more explicit, or more stringent requirements are written directly into this
Lead Hazard Control Contract/Specification, all applicable codes, regulations, and standards have the
same force and effect (and are made a part of the contract documents by reference) as if copied
directly into the contract documents, or as if published copies are bound herewith.

The Contractor will assume full responsibility and liability for the compliance with all applicable
federal/state/local regulations pertaining to work practices, protection of workers, visitors to the site,
persons occupying areas adjacent to the site, hauling, and disposal of waste. The Contractor shall hold the
City and its representative harmless for the Contractor’s failure to comply with any applicable work, hauling,
disposal, safety, health, or other regulation on the part of itself, its employees, or its subcontractors.

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State requirements which govern lead hazard control activities or hauling and disposal of hazardous
waste include, but are not limited to, the following:

California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA):

    Division of Industrial Safety; Chapter 4
    T8CCR, Section 1532.1, Lead in Construction
    T8CCR, Section 5194, Hazard Communication Standard
    T8CCR, Section 1531, Construction Respiratory Protection Standard
    T8CCR, Section 1514, Construction Personal Protective Equipment
    T8CCR, Section 1509, Construction Injury Illness Prevention Program
    T8CCR, Section 6003-4, Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
    T8CCR, Section 3204, Access to Employee Exposure Medical Records

California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA):

    T22CCR, Division 4.5, Environmental Health Standards for the Management of Hazardous
     Waste.

California Department of Health Services (DHS):

    T17CCR, Division 1, Chapter 8, Accreditation of training providers and interim certification of
     individuals engaged in lead-related construction work.

Federal requirements which govern lead hazard control activities or hauling and disposal of hazardous
waste include, but are not limited to, the following:

Federal Environmental Protection Agency (FED/EPA):

    Hazardous Waste Standards, 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 261

U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT):

    Hazardous Substances, 49CFR, Parts 171 though 180

American National Standards Institute, Inc. (ANSI):

    Z9.2-79 Fundamentals Governing the Design and Operation of Local Exhaust

    Z88.2-80 Practices of Respiratory Protection

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD):

    Guidelines for the Evaluation and Control of Lead Based Paint Hazards in Housing (most
     current draft or final copy)

In addition, the Contractor must comply with any applicable regulations promulgated as a result of
Title X, the Residential Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act and Title IV, Lead Exposure
Reduction Act.

Local requirements which govern lead hazard control activities (primarily demolition) include, but are
not limited to, the following:




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Air Pollution Control District (APCD) - San Diego County

    APCD Rules and Regulations, Rule 51 (Public Nuisance), Rule 10-11 (permitting of equipment)

02-4.0     PERMITS AND LICENSES

The Contractor shall submit to the City in the bid submittal any permits or licenses necessary to carry
out this work.

02-4.1     Permits

A valid Hazardous Waste Hauler registration is required for transporting any hazardous waste.
Certain types of equipment require APCD permits (e.g., abrasive blasters).

02-4.2     Licenses

The Contractor must be certified by the California Contractor’s State License Board. The Contractor,
or its subcontractor, shall have current licenses, as required by all applicable state or local
jurisdictions for the removal, transportation, disposal, or other regulated activity relative to the work
described in this plan.

02-5.0     HEALTH AND SAFETY

02-5.1     General Worker Protection and Health and Safety

This section describes the equipment and procedures required for protecting workers from lead
contamination and other workplace hazards, except for respiratory protection, which is described in
Section 02-5.2.

     02-5.1.1      Worker Training

     Contractor workers shall be trained in accordance with T8CCR, Section 1532.1 (lead). In
     addition, workers and supervisors must be lead-trained and have certification for lead-related
     work from DHS.

     02-5.1.2      Medical Surveillance

     Workers must be provided with initial biological monitoring (blood sampling) if they are
     occupationally exposed on any day to lead at or above the action leave (AL). Employees must
     be provided with biological monitoring and a medical examination if they are occupationally
     exposed to lead above the action level for more than 30 days in any consecutive 12 month
     period. Periodic biological monitoring and medical examinations must be performed according
     to the schedule and criteria specified in T8CCR, Section 1532.1(j). In additional, employees
     performing “trigger” tasks must be included in biological monitoring and/or medical
     examinations based on their assumed exposure. In the absence of specific airborne exposure
     data, medical surveillance will need to be provided for all workers.

     At a minimum, examinations shall meet all requirements as set forth in T8CCR, Section 1532.1. In
     addition, evaluations of each individual’s ability to work in environments capable of producing
     heat stress in the worker, should be completed. Employees who wear respirators must be
     medically evaluated.




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     02-5.1.3      Air Monitoring

     Air monitoring of Contractor employees, required by T8CR, Section 1532.1, is the responsibility
     of the Contractor independent of this contract. The results of this air monitoring shall be
     submitted to the City at the end of a specific project for their records. The City may randomly
     monitor workers to collaborate personal exposure evaluations.

     02-5.1.4      Equipment

     Workers must be provided and are required to wear the following personal protective equipment
     whenever it can be reasonably expected that exposure to lead will be above the Permissible Exposure
     Limit (PEL) of 50 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3) of air and during the performance of trigger
     tasks until exposures have been measured and found to be less than the PEL.

     Protective clothing should include:

         Disposable Clothing (With hood and boot coverings)

         Boots

         Hard Hats

         Eye Protection

         Gloves

     02-5.1.5      Additional Protective Equipment

     The Contractor is responsible for all other equipment; such as eye wash stations, plastic aprons,
     etc., as needed.

     02-5.1.6      Decontamination Procedures

     Decontamination procedures will be determined on a case-by-case basis.                At minimum,
     Contractor shall have hand washing facilities available.

     02-5.1.7      Activities within Work Area

     Workers may NOT eat, drink, smoke, chew gum or tobacco in the work area. Before eating,
     chewing, drinking, or smoking, workers will need to follow the decontamination procedures
     specified, and then dress in street clothes before entering the non-work areas of the building.

     02-5.1.8      Certificate of Worker’s Acknowledgment

     Each worker is required to complete a certificate stating that he/she has been trained in respiratory
     protection and lead hazards, and is in a medical surveillance program (see Lead Abatement -
     Appendix A).

02-5.2    Worker Respiratory Protection

The Contractor must provide for the instruction and training of each worker in the proper use of
respiratory protection. The Contractor shall require that each worker wear a property fitted respirator
during activities for which it is reasonable to expect exposures above the PEL and during the
performance of trigger tasks until exposure have been measured and found to be less than the PEL.
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Respiratory protection, appropriate for the task encountered in the work place, or as required for other
toxic or oxygen-deficient situations encountered, needs to be utilized. The Contractor is responsible
for having a written respiratory protection program, proper selection of respirations, training, and
initial and periodic (every six [6] months) fit testing of their employees.

     02-5.2.1    Respiratory Protection Standards

     Except to the extent that more stringent requirements are written directly into these Lead Hazard
     Control Contract /Specifications, the following regulations and standards have the same force
     and effect (and are made a part of the contract documents by reference) as if copied directly into
     the contract documents, or as if published copies were bound herewith. Where there is a conflict
     in requirements set forth in these regulations and standards, the Contractor shall meet the more
     stringent requirement.

     Cal/OSHA : T8CCR, Sections 1531, 1532.1 and 5216

     ANSI:         Practices for Respiratory Protection, ANSI Z88.2-1980

     National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

02-6.0    LEAD HAZARD CONTROL ACTIVITIES/PROTOCOLS

General guidelines for performing lead hazard control activities are presented in this section and are based
on procedures established by HUD for residential settings. Due to the difference between residential
settings and commercial buildings, these procedures will be modified on a case-by-case basis.

02-6.1    Worksite Preparation

Building occupants and visitors will not be allowed to enter the specific area where lead hazard
control activities are underway. Re-entry is only permitted after the area is deemed to be “cleared.”

The work area shall be restricted to authorized personnel only. A list of authorized personnel shall be
established prior to the start of work. Entry of unauthorized personnel into the work area shall be
reported immediately to the Certified Supervisor, and the Project Monitor.

Warning signs for lead shall be posted as per T8CCR, Section 1532.1(m).

A visitor entry and exit-log, and an employee daily sign-in log will be maintained throughout the lead
hazard control activities. The Contractor shall be responsible for the project site security during the
operations in order to protect work efforts and equipment.

02-6.2     Temporary Facilities

Temporary facilities for lead hazard control activities may comply with these specifications.

     02-6.2.1      Materials and Equipment

     Only material and equipment that are recognized as being suitable for the intended use, by
     compliance with appropriate standards, may be used.

     02-6.2.2      Water Service

     The Contractor will be able to obtain water services from on-site facilities. The City will
     designate the facilities from which water service may be obtained.

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     02-6.2.3      Electrical Services

     The Contractor will be able to obtain electrical services from on-site facilities. The City will
     designate the facilities from which electrical services may be obtained.

     The electrical services need to comply with the applicable NEMA, NECA, and UL standards,
     and governing regulations for materials and lay-out of temporary electrical services.

     02-6.2.4      Sanitary Facilities

     The Contractor will be able to use the sanitary facilities on-site. The City will designate the
     sanitary facilities that the Contractor may use.

     02-6.2.5      Fire Extinguisher

     Applicable recommendations of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 10,
     “Standard for Portable Fire Extinguishers,” must be complied with by the Contractor. Fire
     extinguishers need to be located where they are most convenient and effective for their intended
     purpose, but not less than one (1) extinguisher in each work area, the equipment room,
     outside/work areas, and in the clean room.

     02-6.2.6      First Aid

     The Contractor will need to provide first aid supplies which should comply with the governing
     regulations and recognized recommendations within the construction industry.

02-6.3     Interim Controls

     02-6.3.1      Paint Stabilization:

     Stabilization shall include some these steps:

     a.    Remove loose paint: The primary methods are wet scraping or wet sanding. It is
           preferable to use a HEPA vacuum attachment for scrapping and sanding. Dry scraping
           and sanding are not allowed in specific situations. Prohibited methods of paint removal
           include; open flame burning or torching, machine sanding or grinding without a HEPA
           vacuum assist, uncontained hydro-blasting or pressure washing, open abrasive blasting
           without HEPA vacuum assists, heat guns above abrasive blasting without HEPA vacuum
           assist, heat guns above 1100oF, and chemical strippers containing methylene chloride.

     b.    Encapsulate the surface: Use an appropriate primer to ensure adhesion of paint to the
           substrate prior to demolition.

02-6.4     Abatement

If building components with lead paint are being removed, the following shall be followed:

1.   Building Component Replacement: The removal of doors, windows, trim, and other building
     items that contain lead paint. This will involve misting the component with water, scoring the
     painted seams, removal of any fasteners, prying the building component away from the surface
     to which it is attached, removal and bending back of all nails, removal of component, and
     immediate HEPA vacuum any dust chips on the area where the components were located.




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     Prohibited abatement methods include:
     a.    Open flame burning or torching, propane fueled heat grids.
     b.    Machine sanding or grinding without HEPA local vacuum exhaust tool.
     c.    Uncontained hydro-blasting or pressure washing.
     d.    Abrasive blasting or sandblasting without HEPA local vacuum exhaust tool.
     e.    Heat guns operating above 11000F.
     f.    Methylene chloride paint removal products.
     g.    Dry Scraping (except for limited surface areas).
2.   Soil and exterior dust abatement: Includes soil removal and replacement, soil treatment and
     replacement, and paving with concrete or asphalt. Procedures for soil and exterior dust
     abatement are provided in Chapter 11, Section V, HUD Guidelines.
02.6.5      Cleaning
Daily cleaning includes removing large and small debris, HEPA vacuuming horizontal surfaces, wet
mopping, and then HEPA vacuuming horizontal surfaces, and possible exterior cleaning.
Final cleaning must occur no sooner than one (1) hour after lead hazard control activities are finished.
All plastic should be misted, cleaned, and folded toward the center to trap any remaining dust. The
order of removal should be upper plastic, the first layer of floor plastic, vent and door plastic, the
second layer of floor plastic, and finally plastic separating contaminated from non-contaminated
areas. Then the entire area should be cleaned using a HEPA vacuum/wet wash/HEPA vacuum cycle.
This should be from ceiling to floor. Paint or otherwise seal treated surfaces with the exception of
interior floors (floors will be sealed after clearance). The Supervisor should perform an inspection for
visible dust and debris.
Additional cleaning cycles may be necessary for porous surfaces, and difficult to clean surfaces
(crevices). Failure to meet clearance criteria will require additional cleaning.
02.6.6       Clearance
Clearance must be performed by a City representative. It will not be performed by the Contractor
(although the Contractor may and should perform their own clearance testing). Clearance testing
must occur at least one (1) hour after final cleaning. It consists of two steps; visual examination and
possibly environmental sampling (dust and/or soil sampling for exterior work).
1.   Visual Examination For Determination of Completed Work:                   This is a determination that
     the work specified in the scope of work has been completed satisfactorily. For surfaces that are to be
     re-painted, it is important this examination occurs prior to the re-painting (to determine that either all
     the paint has been removed [abatement] or that the deteriorated paint has been stabilized [interim
     controls]). Next the surfaces should be examined for settled dust and debris. If dust or debris is
     visually noted, the Contractor will be asked to re-clean prior to samples being collected.
     If no such dust/debris is found, the independent consultant or City representative will complete a
     Certificate of Visual Inspection (Appendix B) for the area or for multiple areas. The Certified
     Supervisor will also sign this Certificate. The competed form, should be submitted to the City at
     the end of the project.
2.   Environmental Sampling: The number and location of dust and/or soil samples will be
     determined on a case-by-case basis. The numerical criteria will also be determined on a case-
     by-case basis.
     Re-cleaning, at the Contractor’s expense, will be required for surfaces that do not pass clearance
     criteria.



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     The cost for additional tests, which may be required as a result of samples failing to meet the
     release criteria, shall be paid for the Contractor. This cost shall include all costs associated with
     sample analysis and collection of additional samples, including Consultant fees.
     Area air monitoring for lead may be required on a case-by-case basis.
02-7.0     Disposal of Lead Containing Waste
02-7.1     Waste Minimization
     02-7.1.1    The Contractor is required to make all reasonable efforts to minimize the amount of
     hazardous waste generated from this project.
02-7.2     Waste Characterization
     02-7.2.1      The Contractor shall test any potential hazardous waste generated in accordance
     with 22 CCR Division 4.5 within ten (10) days and/or prior to the end of the project to determine
     if it is hazardous waste and requires disposal. All paint chips will be considered hazardous
     waste and do not require testing. Components with lead paint that has been stabilized shall have
     a hazardous waste determination made prior to sending to a landfill.
02.7.3     Pre-transportation Requirements
     02-7.3.1      Any packaging used to ship hazardous waste off site such as a container, roll-off
     bin, tank or other device, must comply with 49 CFR Parts 173, 178, 179 and be labeled and
     prepared for transportation in accordance with 22 CCR Article 3.
     02-7.3.2    The hazardous waste label must be affixed and filled out when the first amount of
     hazardous waste is placed in the container. The label must include the initial accumulation date.
     02-7.3.3    All additional pre-transportation labeling, marking or placarding must be
     conducted prior to transporting off site and in accordance with 22 CCR Chapter 12, Article 3.
     02-7.3.4      All containers and tanks of hazardous waste must be managed in a way which
     minimizes the threat of fire, explosion, or any unplanned sudden or non-sudden release of
     hazardous waste to the air, soil or surface water which could threaten human health or the
     environment. Management techniques include containment areas capable of holding the
     contents of largest container within the containment area. Properly store and secure waste at all
     times. Do not leave hazardous waste in uncovered or unlocked trucks or dumpsters.
02-7.4     Transportation and Disposal Requirements
     02-7.4.1      A hazardous waste manifest will be completed in accordance with 22 CCR Chapter
     12, Article 2 for each shipment of hazardous waste leaving the work site. All waste shall leave
     the project site by the end of the project. Only City employees shall sign as the generator on
     manifests.
     02-7.4.2      Disposal of the lead related hazardous wastes shall be by incineration.




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                                            DIVISION 03

03-1.0       DEFINITIONS

Abatement: Any set of measures designed to permanently eliminate lead based paint hazards
including paint removal, building component removal, or near-permanent enclosure of lead based
paint hazards.

Accredited or Accreditation: (when referring to a person or laboratory): A person or laboratory
having the appropriate accreditation as described in the specific section of this specification.

Action Level: An 8-hour time weighted average (TWA) lead airborne concentration of 30 µg/m3.

Air Monitoring: The process of measuring the airborne concentrations of a contaminant.

Authorized Visitor:     The Owner, the Owner’s Representative, testing lab personnel, the
Architect/Engineer, emergency personnel or a representative of an Federal, State and local regulatory
or other agency having authority over the project.

Containment: A process for protecting both workers and environment by controlling exposures to
lead dust and debris created during abatement.

Contaminate: Refers to lead-containing dust/debris.

Contractor: Refers to the Lead Hazard Control contractor.

Demolition: The wrecking or taking out of any building component, system, finish or assembly of a
facility together with any related handling operations.

Deteriorated Lead-Based Paint: Any interior or exterior lead based paint that is peeling, chipping,
blistering, flaking, worn, chalking, alligatoring, cracking, or otherwise separating from the substrate,
or located on any surface or fixture that is damaged or deteriorated.

Encapsulation: Any covering or coating that acts as a barrier between lead based paint and the
environment and that relies on adhesion and the integrity of the existing paint bonds between layers
and with the substrate for its durability.

Enclosure: The use of rigid durable construction materials that are mechanically fastened to the
substrate in order to act as a barrier between lead based paint and the living or work space.

Exterior Window Sill: The portion of the horizontal window sill that receives the window sash when
closed, often located between the storm window and the interior window sash (sometimes called the
window well). If there is no storm window, the exterior window sill consists of the portion of
horizontal window trim immediately outside the window sash when closed.

Friction Surface: Any interior or exterior surface subject to abrasion or fiction, such as windows or
stair treads.

HEPA Filter: A high Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter capable of trapping and retaining
99.97% of all mono-dispersed particles greater than 0.3 microns in diameter or larger.

HEPA Filter Vacuum Collection Equipment (or vacuum cleaner): High efficiency particulate air
filtered vacuum collection equipment with a filter system capable of collecting and retaining lead.



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High Phosphate Detergent: Detergent which contains at least 5% tri sodium phosphate.

Impact surface: Any interior or exterior surface subject to damage by repeated impacts, such as
surfaces on doors and door jambs.

Interim Controls: A set of measures designed to reduce temporarily human exposure or likely
exposure to lead based paint hazards, including dust removal, paint stabilization, treatment of
friction/abrasion points, and treatment of bare soil.

Interior Window Sill: The portion of the horizontal window ledge that protrudes into the interior of
the room, adjacent to the window sash when closed; often called the window stool.

Lead: Means metallic lead, all inorganic lead compounds, and organic lead soaps.

Lead-Based Paint (LBP): For purposes of this project, LBP refers to the materials identified in these
specifications as having paint that contains lead.

Lead-Related Construction Project Monitor: Means an individual who oversees lead-related
construction work to ensure that contract plans and specifications are followed. This person must
have received certification as a lead-related construction Project Monitor.

Lead-Related Construction Supervisor: Means an individual who is responsible for implementing
lead-related construction work and enforcing work practices. This person must have received
certification as a lead-related construction Supervisor.

Lead-Related Construction Work: Means any construction, alteration, painting, demolition, salvage,
renovation, repair, or maintenance of a building, including preparation and cleanup, by disturbing
lead-containing material that may result in exposure of individuals to lead.

Lead-Related Construction Worker: Means any individual who performs lead-related construction
work in a building under the direction of lead-related construction Supervisor, and has received
certification as a lead-related construction Worker.

Owner: Refers to the City of San Diego

Paint film stabilization: The process of using wet scraping, priming, and repainting a deteriorated
lead based paint film in a dwelling including clean-up and clearance.

Paint removal: A strategy of abatement which entails removing lead based paint form surfaces of
components using chemicals, heat guns below 11000F, and certain contained abrasive methods but
not open flame burning, open abrasive blasting, sandblasting, water blasting, extensive dry scraping,
or methylene chloride removers.

Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL): An 8-hour TWA lead airborne concentration of 50 µg/m3.

Personal Monitoring: Sampling of contaminant concentrations within the breathing zone of an
employee.

Project Monitor: City of San Diego Asbestos & Lead Management Program staff or their designated
consultant.

Protection Factor: The ratio of the ambient concentration of an airborne substance to the
concentration of the substance inside the respirator at the breathing zone of the wearer. The
protection factor is a measure of the degree of protection provided by a respirator to the wearer.

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Replacement: A strategy of abatement which entails the removal of components such as windows,
doors, and trim that have lead painted surfaces and installing new components free of lead paint.

Respirator: A device designed to protect the wearer from the inhalation of harmful contaminants.

Testing Laboratories: A “testing laboratory” is an entity engaged to perform specific inspections or
tests, either at the project site or elsewhere, and to report on, and, if required, to interpret results of,
those inspections or tests.

Time-Weighted Average (TWA) : The average concentration of a contaminant in air during a
specific time period.

Trigger Tasks: Work tasks that require an employer to assume specified employee exposures until
the employer has performed an exposure assessment [see T8CCr, 1532.1 (d) (2)].

Wet Cleaning: The process of eliminating lead contamination from building surfaces and objects by
using cloths, mops, or other cleaning utensils which have been dampened with amended water or
diluted removal encapsulant and afterwards thoroughly decontaminated or disposed of appropriately.

Work Area: The area where abatement work operations are performed which is defined and/or
isolated to prevent the spread of contamination, and entry by unauthorized personnel.




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                          LEAD ABATEMENT - APPENDIX A
                  CERTIFICATE OF LEAD WORKER'S ACKNOWLEDGMENT

PROJECT NAME________________________________ DATE__________________
PROJECT ADDRESS_____________________________________________________
CONTRACTOR'S NAME__________________________________________________
Working with lead can be dangerous. Inhaling and ingesting lead dust can cause an increase in
blood lead levels which can lead to adverse health effects such as kidney damage, elevated blood
pressure or infertility.

Your employer's contract with the City for the above project requires that: You be supplied with the
proper respirator and be trained in its use. You be trained in safe work practices and in the use of the
equipment found on the job. You receive a medical examination. These items are to have been done
at no cost to you.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: You must have been trained in the proper use of respirators, and
informed of the type respirator to be used on the above referenced project. You must be given a copy
of the written respiratory protection manual issued by your employer. You must be equipped at no
cost with the respirator to be used on the above project.

TRAINING COURSE: You must have been trained in the dangers inherent in handling lead and
breathing and ingesting lead dust and in proper work procedures and personal and area protective
measures. The topics covered in the course must have included the following:

     Possible routes of exposure to lead
     Health hazards associated with lead
     Respiratory protection
     Use of protective equipment
     Work practices including hands on or on-the-job training
     Personal decontamination procedures
     Health and safety considerations

MEDICAL EXAMINATION: You must have had a medical examination within the past 12 months
at no cost to you. This examination must have included: health history, physical examination, a
blood pressure measurement, pulmonary function test and blood sample and analysis for lead.

By signing this document you are acknowledging only that the City has advised you of your rights to
training and protection relative to your employer, the Contractor.

Signature__________________________________ Social Security No___________________

Printed Name______________________________________

Witness (print)___________________________Witness Signature________________________




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                               LEAD ABATEMENT - APPENDIX B
                             CERTIFICATION OF VISUAL INSPECTION

Project #:               Date:              Location: _______________________

Contractor: ________________________________________________________

The contractor hereby certifies that he/she has visually inspected the Work Area (all surfaces
including pipes, counters, ledges, walls, ceiling and floor, behind critical barriers, sheet plastic, etc.)
and has found no dust, debris or residue.


by: (Signature)__________________________________ Date_______________

               ______________________________________________________
(Print Name)________________________________

(Company Name)____________________________________________________

(Print Title)_________________________________________________________


CITY ALMP REPRESENTATIVE

The City ALMP Representative hereby certifies that he has accompanied the contractor on his/her
visual inspection and verifies that this inspection has been thorough and to the best of his/her
knowledge and belief, the contractor's certification above is a true and honest one.


by: (Signature)________________________________ Date_______________

(Print Name)_____________________________________________________




WORK AREA

     Location: ___________________________________________________

     Room: _____________________________________________________

     Hazard Reduction Performed:

This is the 1st , 2nd , 3rd , other                                                     inspection by the
Contractor and City’s ALMP Representative of the above noted project and area.




Technical Specifications                                       Lead Abatement Specification Section 13282
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                                      APPENDIX A

                              CEQA NOTICE OF EXEMPTION




Appendix A CEQA Notice of Exemption                      104 | Page
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Appendix A CEQA Notice of Exemption   105 | Page
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                                        APPENDIX B

                                    SAMPLE CITY INVOICE




Appendix B Sample City Invoice                            106 | Page
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Appendix B Sample City Invoice      107 | Page
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                                      APPENDIX C

                           HAZARDOUS WASTE LABEL/FORMS




Appendix C Hazard Waste Label/Forms                      108 | Page
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Appendix C Hazard Waste Label/Forms   109 | Page
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Appendix C Hazard Waste Label/Forms   110 | Page
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Appendix C Hazard Waste Label/Forms   111 | Page
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Appendix C Hazard Waste Label/Forms   112 | Page
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Appendix C Hazard Waste Label/Forms   113 | Page
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