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                            PART I - SECTION B
                       SUPPLIES/SERVICES & PRICE/COST




B-1                                                     Prices Lump Sum

CLIN 0001   Building 203 Roof Replacement Project.

                                                     $___________________




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                              PART I - SECTION C
                                 SCOPE OF WORK


C.1   STATEMENT OF WORK
The work includes the provision of all labor, materials and equipment to
replace the roof on Building 203 at the FAA William J. Hughes Technical
Center (WJHTC) and incidental related work. The work includes, but is not
limited to, the following:

A. Demolition

The project includes the removal and disposal as specified in the
Specifications of the following items:

1. Approximately 5,000 square feet of roofing over four roof levels. The
main roof (approximately 3400 square feet) is a flat roof with loose laid
gravel ballasted EPDM membrane roofing installed over the original 4-layer
built up roofing system. Two lower flat roof sections (approximately 600
square feet) are also loose laid gravel ballasted EPDM membrane roofing
installed over the original roofing, however, the original built-up roofing
in these locations contains asbestos. Asbestos roofing locations are
identified in the Drawings, and asbestos removal procedures are specified in
the Specifications. The remaining roof is sawtooth with a single EPDM roof.

2. Flashings, copings, terminations, scuppers, and downspouts as indicated or
specified in the Drawings and Specifications.

3. Temporary removal of existing rooftop lightning protection system as
specified in the Drawings and Specifications.

4. Removal of an exhaust fan and associated conduit as indicated or specified
in the Drawings and Specifications.

B. New Construction

The project includes the provision of the following items:

1. Approximately 5,000 square feet of new fully adhered Polyvinyl Chloride
(PVC) roofing over new protection board and polyisocyanurate board insulation
on four separate existing concrete roof decks. New PVC membrane shall be
ASTM D 4434, Type II Grade 1 or Type III. The new roof system requires a
single-source, 20 year, no dollar limit, full roof system warranty with no
exclusions for ponding or wind load conditions.

2. New flashings, copings, terminations, scuppers and downspouts, edging and
nailers, and sealants.

3. Miscellaneous exterior painting of existing metal items.

4. Installation of new exhaust fan and associated conduit.

5. Reinstallation of the existing rooftop lightning protection system as
specified in the Drawings and Specifications.

6. Other items as indicated or specified in the Drawings and Specifications.




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C.2        CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS

The contract specifications are attached to this section and consist of the
following:

Section Number         Section Title

DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

01 33 00         SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES
01 57 19         TEMPORARY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS
01 74 19         CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE MANAGEMENT

DIVISION 02 - EXISTING CONDITIONS

02 41 00         DEMOLITION AND DECONSTRUCTION

DIVISION 05 – METALS

05 50 13         MISCELLANEOUS METAL FABRICATIONS

DIVISION 06 - WOOD, PLASTICS, AND COMPOSITES

06 10 00         ROUGH CARPENTRY

DIVISION 07 - THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION

07    22   00    ROOF AND DECK INSULATION
07    54   19    POLYVINYL-CHLORIDE (PVC) ROOFING
07    60   00    FLASHING AND SHEET METAL
07    84   00    FIRESTOPPING
07    92   00    JOINT SEALANTS

DIVISION 09 – FINISHES

09 90 00         PAINTS AND COATINGS

DIVISION 23 – HEATING, VENTILATING, AND AIR CONDITIONING

23 34 23.00 40         HVAC POWER VENTILATORS

DIVISION 26 – ELECTRICAL

26 00 00.00 20         BASIC ELECTRICAL MATERIALS AND METHODS
26 05 00.00 40         COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR ELECTRICAL
26 05 71.00 40         LOW VOLTAGE OVERCURRENT PROTECTIVE DEVICES

DIVISION 28 – ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

28 05 26.00 40         GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR ELECTRONIC SAFETY AND SECURITY

ASBESTOS ABATEMENT SECTION


C.3        CONTRACT DRAWINGS




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The contract drawings are the property of the Government and shall not be
used for any purpose other than that contemplated by the specifications. The
contract drawings indicate general arrangements, approximate sizes and
relative locations of principal materials to be provided or tasks to be
completed. Contract drawings are diagrammatic and are a graphic
representation of contract requirements to best available standards at the
scale used. The Contractor shall provide offsets to clear interferences and
supports which are not specifically shown, but which are obviously needed to
make the system complete, operable, and safe. The Contractor shall verify
all elevations, dimensions and clearances at the site. The following
contract drawings accompany the specifications and are a part thereof:


Drawing Number         Drawing Title

2276721-G000     Cover Sheet, Site Plan and General Notes
2276721-C101     Site Logistics Plan
2276721-A101     Existing Plans and North Elevation
2276721-A102     Proposed Plans and North Elevation
2276721-A103     East and West Elevations
2276721-A401     Existing Details
2276721-A402     Proposed Details
2276721-A403     Proposed Details
2276721-A404     Proposed Details
2276721-M101     Existing and Proposed Details; Equipment Schedule
2276721-E101     Existing/Proposed Plans and Elevations
2276721-E102     Existing Lightning Protection and Roof Plan



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  PART I - SECTION D
PACKAGING AND MARKING

  Not Applicable




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                               PART I - SECTION E
                           INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE


3.1-1   Clauses and Provisions Incorporated by reference (July 2011)

This screening information request (SIR) or contract, as applicable,
incorporates by reference the provisions or clauses listed below with the
same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the
Contracting Officer will make the full text available, or offerors and
contractors may obtain the full text via Internet at:
http://conwrite.faa.gov.

3.10.4-9    Inspection of Facilities (April 1996)


3.10.4-10 Inspection of Construction (September 2009)


(a) 'Work' includes, but is not limited to, materials, workmanship, and
manufacture and fabrication of components.

(b) The Contractor shall maintain an adequate inspection system and perform
such inspections as will ensure that the work performed under the contract
conforms to contract requirements. The Contractor shall maintain complete
inspection records and make them available to the Government. All work shall
be conducted under the general direction of the Contracting Officer and is
subject to Government inspection and test at all places and at all reasonable
times before acceptance to ensure strict compliance with the terms of the
contract.

(c) Government inspections and tests are for the sole benefit of the
Government and do not--

(1) Relieve the Contractor of responsibility for providing adequate quality
control measures;

(2) Relieve the Contractor of responsibility for damage to or loss of the
material before acceptance;

(3) Constitute or imply acceptance; or

(4) Affect the continuing rights of the Government after acceptance of the
completed work under paragraph (i) below.

(d) The presence or absence of a Government inspector does not relieve the
Contractor from any contract requirement, nor is the inspector authorized to
change any term or condition of the specification without the Contracting
Officer's written authorization.

(e) The Contractor shall promptly furnish, without additional charge, all
facilities, labor, and material reasonably needed for performing such safe
and convenient inspections and tests as may be required by the Contracting
Officer. The Government may charge to the Contractor any additional cost of
inspection or test when work is not ready at the time specified by the
Contractor for inspection or test, or when prior rejection makes reinspection
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in a manner that will not unnecessarily delay the work. Special, full size,
and performance tests shall be performed as described in the contract.

(f) The Contractor shall, without charge, replace or correct work found by
the Government not to conform to contract requirements, unless the Government
determines that it is in the public interest to accept the work with an
appropriate adjustment in contract price. The Contractor shall promptly
segregate and remove rejected material from the premises.

(g) If the Contractor does not promptly replace or correct rejected work, the
Government may:

(1) by contract or otherwise, replace or correct the work and charge the cost
to the Contractor or

(2) terminate for default the Contractor's right to proceed.

(h) If, before acceptance of the entire work, the Government decides to
examine already completed work by removing it or tearing it out, the
Contractor, on request, shall promptly furnish all necessary facilities,
labor, and material. If the work is found to be defective or nonconforming in
any material respect due to the fault of the Contractor or its
subcontractors, the Contractor shall defray the expenses of the examination
and of satisfactory reconstruction. However, if the work is found to meet
contract requirements, the Contracting Officer shall make an equitable
adjustment for the additional services involved in the examination and
reconstruction, including, if completion of the work was thereby delayed, an
extension of time.

(i) Unless otherwise specified in the contract, the Government shall accept,
as promptly as practicable after completion and inspection, all work required
by the contract or that portion of the work the Contracting Officer
determines can be accepted separately. Acceptance shall be final and
conclusive except for latent defects, fraud, gross mistakes amounting to
fraud, or the Government's rights under any warranty or guarantee.

(j) In the absence of any formal disputes, a project will be deemed
physically and financially complete within one year after final acceptance
and excess funds will be de-obligated at that time.

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                                PART I - SECTION F
                            DELIVERIES OR PERFORMANCE


3.2.2.3-41    PERFORMING WORK (JULY 2004)

The Contractor (you) must perform, using your own organization, work
equivalent to at least 50 percent of the total amount of work under the
contract on the site. The CO may modify this contract to reduce this
percentage if you request a reduction and the CO determines that it would be
to the Government's advantage to do so.

3.2.2.3-60/alt1 SPECIFICATIONS, DRAWINGS, AND MATERIAL OFFERS ALTERNATE I
(JULY 2004)
When you finish the work under this contract, you must provide two (2)
complete reproducible sets of all shop drawings as we finally approve them.
These drawings must show all changes and revisions made up to the time you
finish the work and we accept it.

3.2.2.3-71    STARTING, PERFORMING AND COMPLETING WORK (ALTERNATE I) (JULY
2004)

The Contractor must:
(a) begin work under this contract within 5 calendar days after the date you
receive the notice to proceed,
(b) perform the work diligently, and
(c) complete the entire work ready for use not later than 180 calendar days
after receiving the notice to proceed. The time allowed for completion must
include final cleanup of the premises and the correction of all punch list
items.

NOTE: The notice to proceed is anticipated to be authorized within 42
calendar days after contract award. This is to allow time for completion of
the security background checks on contractor personnel. See Clause H.2
titled “Contractor Access and Use of Premises” (subparagraph titled
“Security”) in Part I, Section H, “Special Contract Requirements” for more
information.

3.2.2.8-5    LIQUIDATED DAMAGES-CONSTRUCTION (APRIL 1996)

a) If the Contractor fails to complete the work within the time specified in
the contract, or any extension, the Contractor shall pay to the FAA as
liquidated damages, the sum of $94 for each day of delay.

(b) If the FAA terminates the Contractor's right to proceed, the resulting
damage will consist of liquidated damages until such reasonable time as may
be required for final completion of the work, together with any increased
costs to the FAA in completing the work.

(c)If the FAA does not terminate the Contractor's right to proceed, the
resulting damage will consist of liquidated damages until the work is
completed or accepted.

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(a) If the performance of all or any part of the work of this contract is
delayed or interrupted (1) by an act of the Contracting Officer in the
administration of this contract that is not expressly or impliedly authorized
by this contract, or (2) by a failure of the Contracting Officer to act
within the time specified in this contract, or within a reasonable time if
not specified, an adjustment (excluding profit) shall be made for any
increase in the cost of performance of this contract caused by the delay or
interruption and the contract shall be modified in writing accordingly.
Adjustment shall also be made in the delivery or performance dates and any
other contractual term or condition affected by the delay or interruption.
However, no adjustment shall be made under this clause for any delay or
interruption to the extent that performance would have been delayed or
interrupted by any other cause, including the fault or negligence of the
Contractor, or for which an adjustment is provided or excluded under any
other term or condition of this contract.

(b) A claim under this clause shall not be allowed:

(1) for any costs incurred more than 20 days before the Contractor shall have
notified the Contracting Officer in writing of the act or failure to act
involved, and

(2) unless the claim, in an amount stated, is asserted in writing as soon as
practicable after the termination of the delay or interruption, but not later
than the day of final payment under the contract.

F.1   PROJECT LOCATION

The work shall be located at the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center,
Atlantic City International Airport, Pomona, NJ approximately as indicated or
specified. The exact location will be shown by the Contracting Officer.

F.2   TIME EXTENSIONS FOR UNUSUALLY SEVERE WEATHER

(a) This clause specifies the procedure for the determination of time
extensions for unusually severe weather in accordance with Contract Clause
3.10.6-6, "Default (Fixed Price Construction) (October 1996)." The listing
below defines the monthly anticipated adverse weather for the contract period
for the geographic location of the project. For the purpose of this
contract, unusually severe weather is defined as daily precipitation equal to
or exceeding 0.5 inches and/or maximum daily temperature not exceeding 32
degrees Fahrenheit.

      MONTHLY ANTICIPATED ADVERSE WEATHER CALENDAR DAYS

JAN   FEB   MAR   APR   MAY   JUN   JUL   AUG        SEP   OCT   NOV   DEC
 10    15    5     3     3     2     2     2          3     3     4     5

(b) The above schedule of anticipated adverse weather will constitute the
base line for monthly weather time evaluations. Upon acknowledgment of the
Notice to Proceed and continuing throughout the contract on a monthly basis,
actual adverse weather days will be recorded on a calendar day basis,
including weekends and holidays, and compared to the monthly anticipated
adverse weather in paragraph (a) above. For the purposes of paragraphs (b)
and (c), the actual adverse weather days shall include days impacted by
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(c) The number of actual adverse weather days shall be calculated
chronologically from the first to the last day in each month. Once the
number of actual adverse weather days anticipated in paragraph a. above has
been incurred, the Contracting Officer will examine any subsequently
occurring adverse weather days to determine whether the Contractor is
entitled to a time extension. These subsequently occurring adverse weather
days must prevent work for 50 percent or more of the Contractor's work day
and delay work critical to the timely completion of the project. The
Contracting Officer will convert any delays meeting the above requirements to
calendar days and issue a time extension in accordance with Contract Clause
3.10.6-6, "Default (Fixed Price Construction) (October 1996)”.

(d) The Contractor's schedule must reflect the above anticipated adverse
weather delays on all weather dependent activities.

F.3   SPECIAL SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS

The Contractor shall anticipate that during the contract period of
performance there will be up to 2 weeks (10 working days) where no work will
be permitted to be performed due to the FAA’s conducting fire testing
research within the work area.   This period has been considered in computing
the time allowed for the performance of this contract. In each instance, the
FAA will provide at least one week’s notice prior to the need for the
contractor to suspend work.

F.4   WORKING HOURS

 (a) Regular Working Hours: Regular working hours shall consist of an 8-1/2
hour period between the hours of [7:00 AM to 5:00 PM], Monday through Friday.
Federal holidays (New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King’s Birthday, Presidents’
Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans’ Day,
Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day) that fall within the work week will not
be considered work days. When any of these designated holidays falls on a
Sunday, the following Monday will be observed as a legal holiday. When any
of these designated holidays falls on a Saturday, the preceding Friday will
be observed as a legal holiday.

In addition to the days designated as holidays, the Government observes the
following days: Any other day designated by Federal Statute, by Executive
Order, by the President’s Proclamation, or by the Technical Center’s
Director. It is understood and agreed between the Government and the
Contractor that observance of such days by Government personnel shall not
otherwise be a reason for an additional period of performance. In the event
the Contractor’s personnel work during the holiday, no form of holiday or
other premium compensation will be reimbursed, other than their normal
compensation of the time worked.

When the Federal, State, Local and other governmental entities grant excused
absence to its employees, assigned contractor personnel may also be
dismissed; however, they will not be directly reimbursed for the excused
absence. Information about Center delayed openings or closings may be
obtained by calling (609) 485-6100.

(b) Work Outside Regular Working Hours: No work will be required outside of
regular working hours, and such periods have not been considered in computing
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All work outside regular working hours requires the Contracting Officer’s
approval. The contractor shall provide a written request at least 10
calendar days prior to the time the contractor desires to do the work outside
regular working hours to allow for arrangements to be made by the government
for inspecting the work in progress, giving the specific dates, hours,
location, type of work to be performed, contract number and project title.
Based on the justification provided, the Contracting Officer may approve work
outside regular hours. During periods of darkness, the different parts of
the work shall be lighted in a manner approved by the Contracting Officer.

F.5   OTHER WORK RESTRICTIONS

 (a) Occupied and Existing Buildings:

(1) The Contractor shall be working in an existing building which is
occupied. Do not enter the building without prior approval from the
Contracting Officer.
(2) The building will be out in operation during the entire construction
period. The Contractor shall conduct his operations so as to cause the least
possible interference with normal operations within the facility. The
Contractor shall not receive any additional compensation due to conditions
brought about by this occupancy and usage by the government.
(3) The existing building and its contents shall be kept secure at all
times. Provide temporary closures as required to maintain security as
directed by the Contracting Officer.
(4) Provide dust covers or protective enclosures to protect existing work
that remains and government material located in the building during the
construction period.
(5) Relocate movable items away from the contractor’s working area as
required to perform the work, protect the items, and replace the items in
their original location upon completion of the work. Leave attached
equipment in place and protect it against damage, or temporarily disconnect,
relocate, protect and reinstall it at the completion of the work.

(b) Additional Daily Requirements:
(1) The Contractor must remain on site each day until the Government
performs an inspection of the work completed that day. It is the
Contractor’s responsibility to notify the Government as to the appropriate
time for the daily inspection.
(2) Each day the Contractor shall only bring onto the roof as much adhesive,
solvents, primers, or other potentially flammable materials as can be used in
that work day, unless such materials are stored in an UL approved, fireproof
cabinet. Said materials shall otherwise be stored in the designated laydown
areas.

F.6   SCHEDULE OF PRICES

Within 10 calendar days after contract award and before the issuance of a
notice to proceed with the work, prepare and submit to the Contracting
Officer a schedule of prices providing a detailed breakdown of the contract
price, giving quantities for each of the various kinds of work, unit prices,
and extended prices thereto. In addition, the schedule of prices shall
indicate work to be performed by subcontracts, the subcontractors’ company
names and addresses, and the respective amounts or percentages of total
contract value. Consider the value of materials and equipment as part of the
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F.7   CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

Within 10 calendar days after contract award and before the issuance of a
notice to proceed with the work, prepare and submit to the Contracting
Officer a construction schedule in accordance with the requirements of
Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-56, “Schedules for Construction Contracts (July
2004)”. In addition to the requirements of Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-56,
“Schedules for Construction Contracts (July 2004)”:

     (a) The schedule shall indicate the sequence of work the contractor
plans so as to complete the contract within the specified completion period
and shall include activities for the following categories of work:

      Ballast Removal
      Temporary Removal and Replacement of Lightning Protection
      Removal/Abatement of Asbestos Containing Roofing and Associated Roofing
      Replacement
      Removal/Replacement of Sawtooth Roofing
      Removal/Replacement of Exhaust Fan and Associated Electrical Work
      Removal Replacement of Main Roof
      Installation of Copings and Flashings

     (b) The Contractor shall include a minimum of 2 weeks in his schedule
for final cleanup and correction of punch list items.

F.8   PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

Pursuant to Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-62, “Preconstruction Conference (July
2004)”, within 10 calendar days after contract award, and before any on-site
work is started, the Contractor, and such subcontractors as the Contractor
may select, shall attend and participate in a pre-construction conference
with the Contracting Officer and his/her representatives at the WJHTC. The
Contracting Officer will advise the contractor as to the exact location.
This meeting will be used to assure that there is a clear understanding of
the contract requirements, including labor standard provisions, scheduling,
safety requirements, submittal requirements, and the rights and obligations
of the parties. Selective Contractor submittals identified in the contract
documents are required at or before the pre-construction conference and the
notice-to-proceed with the work will not be issued without the submittals
being made, unless the Contracting Officer waives any or all such
requirements, in writing. Any work performed by the Contractor without this
approval is strictly at the Contractor’s own risk.

F.9   COORDINATION MEETINGS

Beginning the week after the preconstruction meeting, and proceeding every
week at a mutually agreeable time, the Contractor shall meet with the
Contracting Officer at a location on the Center to discuss pertinent topics
concerning the project. The Contractor shall have in attendance
subcontractor personnel necessary to discuss topics which may arise.

F.10 DAILY INSPECTION REPORTS/CONTRACT DISCREPANCY REPORT

a.    Daily Inspection Reports

Pursuant to Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-66, “Contractor’s Daily Log” (July 2004),
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and submit them to the Resident Engineer daily, unless an alternate format is
approved for use by the Contracting Officer. Information to be reported on
the forms include, but is not limited to: workers by classification, the
move-on and move-off of construction equipment and large vehicles, materials
and equipment delivered to the site, inspections and tests performed, and the
cumulative hours worked. The report shall include the same information on
each of the subcontractors, and the subcontractors’ information shall be
distinguishable from the prime contractor’s workforce, etc.

If the inspection reports are not satisfactory or are not submitted in a
timely manner, the Contracting Officer may elect to withhold monthly progress
payments, in whole or in part.

b.   Contract Discrepancy Report (CDR)

CDRs shall be responded to promptly, in writing, addressing the specific
measures taken to correct the reported problem or deficiency. Unless unusual
circumstances warrant, provide the written response to a CDR within 48 hours
to the Resident Engineer.

F.11 PROGRESS REPORTING

Upon approval of the Contractor’s Schedule for Construction by the
Contracting Officer, this approved schedule shall be utilized by the
Contractor for his Contract Progress Reports as outlined below. Monthly
contract progress reports shall be prepared and shall show both the approved
schedule and the Contractor’s current working schedule. The approved
schedule shall not be altered without written approval of the Contracting
Officer.

In the event changes in the approved schedule of construction are granted,
under applicable provisions of the contract, the Contractor shall resubmit
the schedule of construction reflecting such changes to the Contracting
Officer for approval.

The Contractor shall prepare and submit three copies of the following report
covering work accomplished during each month of contract performance. The
monthly contract progress report shall be prepared and submitted so as to be
received no later than one week following the reporting period. The
Contractor shall signify his approval of the monthly reports being submitted
by affixing his signature thereto.

The monthly contract progress report shall be brief and factual in every
respect, and shall contain at least the following information:

     1.   actual status versus planned status

     2. significant progress --- a description of overall progress plus a
separate description for each reporting category on the contract progress
schedule on which effort was expended during the reporting period.

     3. corrective actions --- a description of corrective action which has
been taken or which is planned to correct any existing problem.

     4. plans --- a description of work to be performed during the next
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     5. recommendations --- specific recommendations for action on the part
of the Government.

F.12 PROGRESS PHOTOGRAPHS

Photographically document site conditions prior to start of construction
operations. Provide monthly, along with the monthly contract progress
reports, and within one month of the completion of work, digital photographs
in JPEG file format showing the sequence and progress of work. A maximum of
20 photos per month will be required. The Contractor shall take the
photographs of the project during regular working hours, from various
locations to be selected by the Resident Engineer. Provide two sets of
digital photographs, each set on a separate CD-R, cumulative of all photos to
date, with each monthly contract progress report. Photographs for each month
shall be in a separate monthly directory and each file shall be named to
indicate its location on the site. All file names shall include a date
designator. Cross reference photographs in the appropriate daily report.

Photographs shall be provided for unrestricted use by the Government.


F.13 CLOSEOUT DOCUMENTS

a.   As-Built Drawings: The Contractor shall maintain at the job site two
sets of contract drawings marked to show any deviations which have been made
from the contract drawings, including concealed construction which is
revealed during the course of construction. These drawings shall be
available for review by the Contracting Officer at all times. Upon
completion of the work the two marked sets of prints shall be delivered to
the Resident Engineer. Requests for partial payment will not be approved if
the marked prints are not kept current, and request for final payment will
not be approved until the marked prints are delivered to the Contracting
Officer.

b.   Reproducible Shop Drawings: See Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-60,
“Specifications, Drawings, and Material Offers (Alternate I) (July 2004)”.

c.   Equipment/Product Warranty List

Furnish to the Contracting Officer a bound and indexed notebook containing
written warranties for equipment/products furnished under the contract, and
prepare a complete listing of such equipment/products. The
equipment/products list shall state the specification section applicable to
the equipment/product, duration of the warranty therefore, start date of the
warranty, ending date of the warranty, and the point of contact for
fulfillment of the warranty. The warranty period shall begin on the same
date as project acceptance and shall continue for the full product warranty
period. Execute the full list and deliver to the Contracting Officer prior
to final acceptance of the facility.

F.14 FINAL CLEANUP

Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-53, “Cleaning Up and Roadway Maintenance (July
2004)”, applies. In addition, as part of the final cleaning process, the
Contractor shall remove waste and surplus materials, rubbish and construction
facilities from the site. Do not burn, bury, or otherwise dispose of trash
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allotted for completion of the contract. The Contractor (you) must perform,
using your own organization, work equivalent to at least 50 percent of the
total amount of work under the contract on the site. The CO may modify this
contract to reduce this percentage if you request a reduction and the CO
determines that it would be to the Government's advantage to do so.

3.2.2.3-60 ALTERNATE 1 SPECIFICATIONS, DRAWINGS, AND MATERIAL OFFERS
(FEBRUARY 2009)

When you finish the work under this contract, you must provide two (2)
complete reproducible sets of all shop drawings as we finally approve them.
These drawings must show all changes and revisions made up to the time you
finish the work and we accept it.



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                                PART I - SECTION G
                           CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION DATA


3.10.1-23 CONTRACTING OFFICER'S REPRESENTATIVE--CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (JULY
2008)

 (a) The Contracting Officer may appoint other Government personnel to
accomplish certain contract administration matters. While there shall be
various titles and divisions of duties for these individuals, generically
they are known as Contracting Officer's Technical Representatives (COTRs).
The Contracting Officer will provide written notice of COTR appointment(s),
setting forth the authorities and limitations, to the Contractor within 10
calendar days prior to the notice to proceed. COTR duties may include, but
are not limited to:

(1) Perform as the authorized representative of the Contracting Officer for
technical matters, including interpretation of specifications and drawings,
and inspection and review of work performed.

(2) Perform as the authorized representative of the Contracting Officer for
administrative matters, including reviewing payments, and updated delivery
schedules.

(b) These representatives are authorized to act for the Contracting Officer
in all specifically delegated matters pertaining to the contract, except:

(1) contract modifications that change the contract price or cost, technical
requirements or time for performance, unless delegated field change order
authority;

(2) suspension or termination of the Contractor's right to proceed, either
for default or for convenience;

(3) final decisions on any matters subject to appeal, e.g., disputes under
the "Contract Disputes" clause; and

(4) final acceptance under the contract.

G.1       ADDRESSES OF KEY GOVERNMENT OFFICES

(a)       CONTRACTING OFFICE

          Federal Aviation Administration
          William J. Hughes Technical Center
          Acquisitions and Grants Group, AAQ-620
          Atlantic City International Airport, N.J. 08405

          Administrative CO:    Joseph Woodfield; Tel: (609) 485-4742

          Fax No.:   (609) 485-6766

          E-mail Address: Joseph.woodfield@faa.gov

(b)       PROJECT OFFICE



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           Federal Aviation Administration
           William J. Hughes Technical Center
           Facilities Engineering Team, ANG-E341
           Atlantic City International Airport, N.J. 08405

           COTR/RE:   Gabrielle Trout Tel: (609) 485-4264

           Fax No:    (609) 485-6637

           E-mail Address: Gabrielle.Trout@faa.gov
(c)        PAYING OFFICE

           FAA AAC ACCTG OFC
           U.S. D.O.T./Federal Aviation Administration
           AMZ-110
           P.O. Box 25710
           Oklahoma City, OK 73125

G.2   INVOICE SUBMISSION

The contractor shall submit a properly executed original and 2 copies of its
regular invoices identified by contract number to the following addresses:

      ORIGINAL INVOICE:    FAA AAC ACCTG OFC
                           U.S. D.O.T./Federal Aviation Administration
                           AMZ-110
                           P.O. Box 25710
                           Oklahoma City, OK 73125

      COPIES TO:           Federal Aviation Administration
      (Please Mark         William J. Hughes Technical Center
       “Copy”)             Administrative Contracting Officer, ACQ-4A2
                           Atlantic City International Airport, NJ 08405
                           Attn: Joseph Woodfield

                           Federal Aviation Administration
                           William J. Hughes Technical Center
                           COTR/RE, ANG-E341
                           Atlantic City International Airport, NJ   08405
                           Attn: Garbrielle Trout

G.3   INTERPRETATION OR MODIFICATION

No oral statement of any person, and no written statement of anyone other
than the Contracting Officer, or his/her authorized representative, shall
modify or otherwise affect the terms or meaning of the schedule or
specifications. All requests for interpretation or modifications shall be
made in writing to the Contracting Officer.   Contractor response to oral
contract changes from any source other than the Contracting Officer or a
person with such delegated authority is at the contractor’s own risk of
liability.

G.4    GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES

(a) General Duties and Responsibilities: To amplify the differing roles and
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descriptions are provided; they are not intended to be restrictive but are
for illustrative purposes only. The contract clauses that define the various
administrative roles and responsibilities shall take precedence over these
general descriptions.

(b) Contracting Officer. The contract work will be under the management and
oversight of the Contracting Officer designated on the SF 1442. Except where
specifically stated otherwise, the Contracting Officer will have complete
charge of, and will exercise full supervision of, the work so far as it
affects the interests of the Government. The Contracting Officer has
authority to:

     .   Enter into contracts and bind the Government

     . Administer contracts; ensure compliance with all the terms and
     conditions of the contract

     .   Issue changes

     .   Terminate contracts

     . Ensure that all requirements of law, executive orders, regulations,
     and all other applicable procedures, including clearances and
     approvals, have been met

     . Safeguard the interests of the United States in its contractual
     relationships

     .   Ensure that sufficient funds are available for obligation

     . Request and consider the advice of specialists in audit, law,
     engineering, and other fields as appropriate

     . Appoint Contracting Officer Technical Representatives (COTRs) to the
     project, except that these representatives will not be authorized to
     act on behalf of the Contracting Officer in any matters pertaining to:

            (1) contract modifications that change the contract price or
            time for performance,

            (2) suspension (except for emergency conditions) or termination
            of the Contractor’s right to proceed, either for default or for
            convenience of the FAA; and

            (3) final decisions on any matters subject to appeal, as
            provided in the Disputes clause.

Pursuant to Contract Clause 3.10.1-23, “Contracting Officer’s Representative
– Construction Contracts (July 2008)”, the Contracting Officer will appoint
Contracting Officer Technical Representatives (COTRs) in writing no later
than 10 calendar days after contract award, unless otherwise specified. COTR
as used in this contract means the Resident Engineer, the Construction
Representative (also referred to as Construction Inspectors), the FAA Safety
Officer and the FAA’s Fire Inspector.

(c) Resident Engineer.     The Resident Engineer will be the focal point for
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will exercise the right of the Government to accept materials, workmanship,
and construction-in-place; and, when needed, will initiate change order
requests to the Contracting Officer. The Resident Engineer has authority to:

           . Monitor services being performed to assure that the Contractor
           uses personnel meeting the requisite qualifications cited in the
           contract

           . Ensure the Contractor’s compliance with safety and security
           requirements

           . Serve as the principal contact through which the Contractor
           can relay questions and problems of a technical nature

           . Serve as the focal point for receipt, review, and approval of
           all Contractor-provided shop drawings and other specified
           submittals to demonstrate compliance with the contract
           specifications

           . Review inspection reports and test results prepared by the
           Contractor and the FAA Construction Representative

           . Issue formal field changes as needed to document authorized
           variations from the contract drawings and specifications that do
           not involve any change in cost or impact the performance time

           . Review and evaluate the technical and cost aspects of the
           Contractor’s proposals for formal change order requests, and
           furnish to the Contracting Officer comments and recommendations;
           assist in negotiation of supplemental agreements when needed

           . Monitor the Contractor’s monthly progress reports and review
           monthly invoices and certify for payment

           . Determine the amount (quantity) of the items of work to be
           paid for on a unit-priced basis

           . Arrange for and conduct progress review meetings with the
           Contractor (and the principal subcontractors when needed)

           . Keep the Contracting Officer informed of any technical or
           contractual difficulties encountered, progress of work, and
           potential problem areas under the contract.

(d)   Construction Representative. The Construction
Representative, also referred to as the Lead Construction Inspector in this
contract, will be the primary point of contact “At The Site” between the
Contractor and the Government.   The Construction Representative will review
the Contractor’s progress reports, perform surveillance of the Contractor’s
testing and inspection procedures, and perform such job inspections and
independent testing as deemed appropriate by the Contracting Officer and the
Resident Engineer.   The Construction Representative will visit the site on a
regular basis, usually at least once per day unless limited construction
activity is underway. The Construction Representative has authority to:

           . Inspect all work, both during and after completion, as well as
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           extend to all or any part of the work and to the preparations,
           fabrication, or manufacture of the materials or equipment to be
           used and incorporated into the job.

           . Notify the prime Contractor of any failure of the work or
           material to conform to the specifications, drawings, and other
           contract terms and conditions.

           . Issue written Stop Work Orders under emergency conditions
           where continuation of the work would adversely affect the
           completed project or cause that portion of the work to be removed
           because it is clearly unacceptable.

           . Prepare daily inspection report of observations, etc. and
           review documentation provided by the Contractor of their
           inspection and testing efforts as part of the Contractor’s
           quality control obligations, etc.

           . Maintain general surveillance over the Contractor’s and
           subcontractor’s safety practices, and request the Contractor to
           take appropriate and timely action to correct shortcomings.
           Report to the Contracting Officer, Resident Engineer, and the FAA
           Safety Officer as soon as practical any instances in which the
           Contractor does not promptly effect corrective action, or the
           Contractor has recurring deficiencies of the same type.

           . Arrange for inspection support from specialists in the various
           trades as needed to properly address Contractor performance and
           adequacy of the work (e.g. mechanical and plumbing work,
           electrical work, fire detection and alarm systems)

(e) FAA Safety Officer. The FAA Safety Officer will maintain general
awareness of the contract progress and perform on-site reviews of the
Contractor’s compliance with his Safety Plan and with applicable OSHA
standards (namely 29 CFR 1926) for the work underway. The FAA Safety Officer
will also:

           . Ensure that FAA safety policies are communicated to the
           Contractor (usually at the pre-construction conference at the
           beginning of the job)

           . Review and comment on the Contractor-provided safety plan for
           the job (the FAA Safety Officer does not approve the Contractor’s
           Safety Plan, as this is solely a Contractor’s responsibility)

           . Issue written Stop Work Orders under emergency conditions
           where continuation of the work would obviously jeopardize the
           health or safety of any of the Contractor’s workers or any of the
           Government personnel in the vicinity; for violations of a lesser
           nature, or repeated violations, provide a written notice to the
           Construction Representative, Contracting Officer, and Resident
           Engineer.

           .   Issue permits for confined space entry.

           . If any accidents or mishaps occur on the job, review the
           Contractor’s documentation for sufficiency, etc. and, if



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            appropriate, investigate and prepare an independent report on
            apparent causes, etc.

(f) FAA Fire Inspector: The FAA Fire Inspector will maintain general
awareness of the job progress and conduct periodic inspections of the work
site for familiarity (in case it becomes necessary to respond to a fire or
other emergency). The FAA Fire Inspector has authority to:

            . Review and comment on Contractor-provided shop drawings and
            other submittals to ensure compliance with the contract
            requirements, the requirements of applicable life safety codes,
            and conformity with local fire suppression, detection and alarm
            systems

            . Inspect the work site to ensure avenues of egress are
            maintained at all times (not obstructed), combustibles are
            properly stored, etc.

            .   Issue permits for welding and burning/cutting

(g) Contractor Responsibility Notwithstanding: The provisions of this
paragraph or provisions elsewhere in this contract regarding supervision,
approval, or direction by the Contracting Officer, Resident Engineer,
Construction Representative, FAA Safety Officer, and FAA Fire Inspector are
not intended to and will not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for the
accomplishment of the work, either as regards sufficiency or the time of
performance.

G.5   CONTRACTOR’S TRUSTED AGENT

The Contractor shall provide the name and title of the representative who
will serve as the Trusted Agent under this contract. The Trusted Agent is
the individual who has been empowered to participate in the Personal Identity
Verification (PIV) registration and issuance process. They perform the
duties such as examination of Form I-9 “Employment Eligibility Verification”
documentation, photograph and fingerprinting applicants, and forwarding
required security forms to the William J. Hughes Technical Center, ACT-8
Personnel Security Specialists. See paragraph titled “Contractor Access and
Use of Premises” (subparagraph titled “Security”) in Part I, Section H,
“Special Contract Requirements” for more information.

G.6   ELECTRONIC MAIL (E-MAIL) ADDRESS

The Contractor shall establish and maintain electronic mail (e-mail)
capability along with the capability to open various electronic attachments
in Microsoft, Adobe Acrobat, and other similar formats. Within 10 days after
contract award, the Contractor shall provide the Contracting Officer a single
(only one) e-mail address for electronic communications from the Contracting
Officer related to this contract including, but not limited to contract
documents, invoice information, request for proposals, and other
correspondence. The Contracting Officer may also use e-mail to notify the
Contractor of base access conditions when emergency conditions warrant, such
as hurricanes, terrorist threats, etc. Multiple e-mail addresses will not be
allowed.
It is the Contractor's responsibility to make timely distribution of all
Contracting Officer initiated e-mail with its own organization, including
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promptly notify the Contracting Officer, in writing, of any changes to this
e-mail address.

G.7   AVAILABILITY OF CADD DRAWING FILES

After contract award and upon request, the electronic "Computer-Aided
Drafting and Design (CADD)" drawing files of the contract drawings will only
be made available to the Contractor for use in preparation of construction
drawings and data related to the contract subject to the following terms and
conditions.

Data contained on these electronic files shall not be used for any purpose
other than as a convenience in the preparation of construction drawings and
data for the contract project. Any other use or reuse shall be at the sole
risk of the Contractor and without liability or legal exposure to the
Government. The Contractor shall make no claim and waives to the fullest
extent permitted by law, any claim or cause of action of any nature against
the Government, its agents or sub consultants that may arise out of or in
connection with the use of these electronic files. The Contractor shall, to
the fullest extent permitted by law, indemnify and hold the Government
harmless against all damages, liabilities or costs, including reasonable
attorney's fees and defense costs, arising out of or resulting from the use
of these electronic files.

These electronic CADD drawing files are not construction documents.
Differences may exist between the CADD files and the corresponding
construction documents. The Government makes no representation regarding the
accuracy or completeness of the electronic CADD files, nor does it make
representation to the compatibility of these files with the Contractors
hardware or software. In the event that a conflict arises between the signed
and sealed construction documents prepared by the Government and the
furnished CADD files, the signed and sealed construction documents shall
govern. The Contractor is responsible for determining if any conflict
exists. Use of these CADD files does not relieve the Contractor of duty to
fully comply with the contract documents, including and without limitation,
the need to check, confirm and coordinate the work of all contractors for the
project.

If the Contractor uses, duplicates and/or modifies these electronic CADD
files for use in producing construction drawings and data related to this
contract, all previous indicia of ownership (seals, logos, signatures,
initials and dates) shall be removed.



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                              PART I - SECTION H
                        SPECIAL CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS


H.1   DEFINITIONS - CONSTRUCTION

(a)   "Contracting Officer" means a person with    the authority to enter into,
administer, and/or terminate contracts and make    related determinations and
findings. The term includes certain authorized     representatives of the
Contracting Officer acting within the limits of    their authority as delegated
by the Contracting Officer in writing:

      CO = Contracting Officer

      COR = Contracting Officer's Representative

      COTR = Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative

      RE = Resident Engineer

(b)   "Contractor": The term "Contractor" as used in this contract shall
include the Contractor and each subcontractor at every tier. The term
"subcontractor" as used in this contract shall include any person or firm
which has a legal obligation to perform part of the work under a subcontract
at any tier, other than a subcontract primarily for the supply of raw
materials or commercial stock items or a subcontract that does not exceed
$25,000.

(c)   The "contract award date" is the date the Contracting Officer signs the
contract.

(d)   Government = U.S. Government = Federal Government = Department of
Transportation (DOT) = Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) = William J.
Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC).

(e)   "Work" includes, but is not limited to, materials, workmanship,
equipment, and manufacture and fabrication of components.

(f)   "Working day" means a day other than a Saturday, a Sunday, or a day on
which either the Government's or the Contractor's office administering this
contract is officially closed for business.

(g)   “Quality Control (QC)” is the means and methods the Contractor uses to
ensure contract conformance.

(h) “Quality Assurance (QA)” is the means and methods used by the Government
to ensure the Contractor has an acceptable QC program and to otherwise ensure
contract conformance.
H.2 CONTRACTOR ACCESS AND USE OF PREMISES
 (a) WJHTC Regulations
The contractor shall ensure that all contractor personnel employed on the
WJHTC become familiar with and obey all WJHTC and FAA regulations including
safety, fire, traffic, parking and security regulations.
(1) Safety: A full Safety Briefing will be given by the government at the
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(2) Fire: A Burn Permit is required from the WJHTC Fire Inspectors before
lighting a torch, striking an arch with welding equipment or igniting a fire
of any kind on government property.
(3) Traffic: Keep within the limits of the work and avenues of ingress and
egress. Ingress and egress of contractor vehicles at the WJHTC is limited to
the Visitors’ Center gate. To minimize traffic congestion, delivery of
materials shall be outside peak traffic hours (6:30 to 8:00 AM and 3:30 to
5:00 PM) unless otherwise approved by the Contracting Officer. Do not enter
any restricted areas unless required to do so and until cleared for such
entry. The Contractor’s equipment shall be conspicuously marked for
identification. Permission to interrupt any WJHTC roads shall be requested
in writing a minimum of 15 calendar days prior to the desired date of
interruption. Haul routes for contractor vehicles and materials are indicted
on the contract drawings.
(4) Parking: The area available for parking of contractor vehicles is
indicated on the contract drawings.
(5) Security
a)   Contract Clauses 3.14-2, “Contractor Personnel Suitability Requirements
(July 2006)” and 3.14.-4, “Government Issued Keys, Personal Identity
Verification (PIV) Cards, and Vehicle Decals (July 2006)”, and the following
paragraphs apply.
b)   Security requirements at William J. Hughes Technical Center (WJHTC)
require that all personnel be escorted at all times by a person with a valid
WJHTC Access badge. The contractor and all subcontractors are required to
comply with WJHTC security requirements throughout the contract.
c)   It is required that several contractor employees be issued a WJHTC
Access badge to act as escorts. These employees will be required to go
through the security investigation requirements and the WJHTC access badge
requirements. In this situation, the contractor employee must have a
completed and favorably adjudicated National Agency Check with Inquiries
(NACI) and comply with all other WJHTC security requirements. The NACI
background check may take up to 42 calendar days to complete. The time
stated in the contract for issuance of notice to proceed and for the
completion of the work has already taken this length of time into account.
1.   The Contractor will be limited in the number of employees that will be
allowed to receive WJHTC Access badges to the minimum number of employees
necessary to properly escort all crews performing work at the site. If the
Contractor plans to utilize more than one crew and work at different areas of
the facility concurrently, sufficient contractor employees will need to
receive access badges to act as escorts. It is recommended that the
contractor have a minimum of two employees to act as escorts with an
additional employee as a backup.
2.   The contractor shall submit to the Contracting Officer (CO) and
Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval the number of
personnel they will be requesting to receive Access badges no later than 5
working days after contract award. Once the number of personnel has been
approved the contractor should follow the procedures outlined in paragraph
(4g) below.
d)   Contractor employees and subcontractor employees who have not undergone
a background investigation and have not been issued a WJHTC Access badge must
be escorted at all times by a person with a valid WJHTC Access badge. At no
time during this contract will Government personnel act as escorts. (Note:
FAA personnel will act as escorts for the contractor’s personnel only during
visits required for the badging process.)
e)   The contractor shall be responsible for providing escorts and
supervision of non-badged personnel at all times during the contract. This
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in their non-badged personnel each day, as well as escorting any construction
and delivery vehicles on site.

1. All non-badged personnel will be required to apply for a visitors badge
each day at the WJHTC Security Operations Center (SOC, Visitors Center Main
Gate), Building 320. The SOC is open at 7:00am for this purpose. Please note
that other contractors may also be signing at this time and the process may
take 30 minutes or longer. Employees must present a valid photo I.D.

f)   If an employee has had a previous U. S. Government conducted background
investigation which meets the requirements of Chapter 5 of FAA Order 1600.72A
and Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12 (HSPD-12), it will generally
be accepted by the FAA. However, the FAA reserves the right to conduct
further investigations, if necessary. For each contractor employee for whom
a previous background investigation was completed, the contractor shall
provide, in writing to the WJHTC Security and Investigations Office (ACT-8),
the name, date of birth, place of birth, and social security number of the
employee, the name of the investigating entity, type of background
investigation conducted, and approximate date the previous background
investigation was completed. At a minimum, the background investigation
requirement will be a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI).

g)     WJHTC Application for Access Badge Procedure

1. A transmittal letter shall be provided to the CO and COR listing the names
and positions of contractor employees for whom completed access request forms
will be submitted. This letter should be provided no later than 5 working
days after the number of employees to receive badges is approved by the CO.
Once the letter is received, the Contractor shall be provided a NACI package
folder containing the required forms that must be completed by each employee
and associated instructions. The folder will contain, but is not limited to,
the following:

i.     Standard Form (SF) 85P, Questionnaire for Public Trust Positions
ii.    DOT Form 1681
iii.   Tech Center Badge/Access Request Form
iv.    Homeland Security Presidential Directive -12 (HSPD-12) Instructions
v.     Instructions for completing the SF 85P.

2. The Contractor shall provide for themselves and for any subcontractors, a
letter identifying the name, job title, phone number and e-mail address of
the company representative (“Trusted Agent”), who will be reviewing, signing,
and verifying the employee’s identification listed in Section 2 of the I-9
form. This letter shall be sent to the WJHTC Security and Investigations
Office (ACT-8) prior to any in person interviews as required below:

            FAA Technical Center
            Office of Security & Investigations
            ACT-8
            Atlantic City International Airport, NJ 08405

3.   Once all the NACI packages have been completely filled out by each
employee the contractor shall contact the CO and COR/designated FAA
representative to schedule an in person interview of each employee with ACT-8
(Tuesday – Friday, 1-4pm). Contractors should expect this to last
approximately 4 hours at the WJHTC. The employee should bring and expect the
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i.   Bring completed NACI package.
ii. Bring completed I-9 form.
iii. Bring required forms of identification (specific requirements contained
     in folder.
iv. Upon a favorable interview ACT-8 will fingerprint individual.
(Note: Fingerprints are taken electronically. If an individual is unable to
be successfully fingerprinted this way, the Contractor will be required to
have the individual obtain fingerprinting from an outside department at the
Contractor’s expense.)
v.   Upon a non-favorable interview, the contractor employee may need to
return for another interview

h)   WJHTC ACT-8 will notify the CO and COR of favorable or non-favorable
fingerprint results. (Note: Results from electronic fingerprinting may take
up to four weeks. If hard copy fingerprints are submitted this time may be
significantly longer.)

i)   Favorable – Government will notify the contractor and the employee(s)
will need to schedule a time (Monday-Friday, 1-4pm) to complete the badging
process with ACT-8 and obtain a badge at the security building. Expect this
to last approximately 4 hours at the WJHTC. Badged individuals are also
eligible to be issued vehicle decals. Badges and decals are issued at no
cost to the contractor.

j)   Non-Favorable – contractor employee may need to obtain fingerprinting
from an outside department or the contractor employee may not be permitted to
work on the base.

k)   The Contracting Officer may also, after coordination with WJHTC ACT-8
and other security specialists, require contractor employees to submit any
other security information (including additional fingerprinting) deemed
reasonably necessary to protect the interests of the FAA. In this event, the
contractor must provide, or cause each of its employees to provide, such
security information to WJHTC ACT-8.

l)   The contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that all his employees
have and display FAA issued identification badges and vehicle decals at all
times while on site.

m)   The Contracting Officer will provide notice to the contractor when any
contractor employee is found to be unsuitable or otherwise objectionable, or
whose conduct appears contrary to the public interest, or inconsistent with
the best interest of national security. The contractor must take appropriate
action, including the removal of such employee from working on this contract,
at the contractor’s own expense. The Contracting Officer will confirm to the
WJHTC ACT-8 that the action has been taken.

n)   Upon completion of the contract or the termination of an employee, the
contractor is responsible to ensure all issued Access badges and Vehicle
decals are turned over to WJHTC Security Operations Center. Final payment
will not be made until all security badges and vehicle decals are returned.

(b)   Emergency Contacts

Within 5 calendar days after issuance of a notice to proceed, the Contractor
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personnel of the contractor and subcontractors including addresses and
telephone numbers for use in the event of an emergency. As changes occur and
additional information becomes available, correct and change the information
contained in previous lists.

(c)   Other FAA Policies

The Contractor shall comply with all FAA policies affecting the WJHTC
workplace environment. Examples of specific policies are:

       (1)   harassment-free workplace;
       (2)   drug-free workplace;
       (2)   non-smoking workplace;
       (3)   workplace free of firearms and other weapons;
       (4)   accident prevention and safety programs;
       (5)   Cell phone use in Non cell phone use areas (as marked)

The Contractor shall obtain from the Contracting Officer information
describing the policy requirements. A Contractor who fails to enforce
workplace policies is subject to suspension or termination of the contract.

H.3   USE OF GOVERNMENT OWNED TOOLS, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT OR VEHICLES

Unless otherwise specified in this contract, the contractor shall not be
allowed to use government-owned tools, construction equipment or vehicles
during the performance of this work.

H.4   CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOADING AND UNLOADING

a)   Unless otherwise specified in this contract, the contractor shall load
and unload shipments at no additional expense to the government.

b)   If unloading is the responsibility of the contractor, the contractor
shall perform all shoring, blocking, bracing and dunnage at no additional
expense to the government.

H.5   TEMPORARY UTILITIES

Pursuant to Contract Clause 3.2.2.3-55, “Availability and Use of Utility
Services (July 2004)”, reasonable amounts of the following utilities will be
made available to the Contractor without charge:

Domestic (Potable) Water
Electricity
The points at which the Government will deliver such utilities or services
will be directed by the Contracting Officer. The Contractor shall pay all
costs incurred in connecting and transferring the utilities to the work as
well as making final disconnections and removals of such utilities at the
completion of the contract.

a.   Temporary Wiring: Provide temporary wiring in accordance with NFPA 241
and NFPA 70, Article 305-6(b), Assured Equipment Grounding Conductor Program.
Program shall include frequent inspection of all equipment and apparatus.

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a.   Take necessary precautions to ensure that critical openings in the
building are monitored carefully. Take immediate actions required to seal off
such openings when rain or other detrimental weather is imminent, and at the
end of each workday. Ensure that the openings are completely sealed off to
protect materials and equipment in the building from damage.

b.   Building and Site Storm Protection: When a warning of gale force winds
is issued, take precautions to minimize danger to persons, and protect the
work and nearby Government property. Precautions shall include, but are not
limited to, closing openings; removing loose materials, tools and equipment
from exposed locations; and removing or securing scaffolding and other
temporary work. Close openings in the work when storms of lesser intensity
pose a threat to the work or any nearby Government property.

c.    Hurricane Condition of Readiness: Unless directed otherwise, comply
with:

1. Condition FOUR (Sustained winds of 50 knots or greater expected within 72
hours): Normal daily jobsite cleanup and good housekeeping practices.
Collect and store in piles or containers scrap lumber, waste material, and
rubbish for removal and disposal at the close of each work day. Maintain the
construction site including storage areas, free of accumulation of debris.
Stack form lumber in neat piles less than 4 feet high. Remove all debris,
trash, or objects that could become missile hazards. Contact Contracting
Officer for Condition of Readiness (COR) updates and completion of required
actions.
2. Condition THREE (Sustained winds of 50 knots or greater expected within 48
hours): Maintain "Condition FOUR" requirements and commence securing
operations necessary for "Condition ONE" which cannot be completed within 18
hours. Cease all routine activities which might interfere with securing
operations. Commence securing and stow all gear and portable equipment.
Make preparations for securing buildings. Review requirements pertaining to
"Condition TWO" and continue action as necessary to attain "Condition THREE"
readiness. Contact Contracting Officer for weather and COR updates and
completion of required actions.
3. Condition TWO (Sustained winds of 50 knots or greater expected within 24
hours): Curtail or cease routine activities until securing operation is
complete. Reinforce or remove form work and scaffolding. Secure machinery,
tools, equipment, materials, or remove from the jobsite. Expend every effort
to clear all missile hazards and loose equipment from general base areas.
Contact Contracting Officer for weather and Condition of Readiness (COR)
updates and completion of required actions.
4. Condition ONE (Sustained winds of 50 knots or greater expected within 12
hours): Secure the jobsite, and leave Government premises.

H.7   TEMPORARY STORAGE AREAS

The contractor shall be responsible for security of his property. Contract
Clause 3.2.2.3-51, “Operations and Storage Areas (July 2004)" and the
following apply:

a.   On-Site Storage Size and Location: The open sites available for storage
shall be as indicated on the contract drawings.

b.   Storage in Existing Buildings: The Contractor shall be working in an
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except for materials requiring building acclimation prior to installation or
as otherwise approved by the Contracting Officer.

H.8   TEMPORARY SANITARY FACILITIES

Provide adequate sanitary conveniences of a type approved for the use of
persons employed on the work, complying with the regulations of the State
Department of Health and other bodies having jurisdiction, properly secluded
from public observation, and maintained in such a manner as required and
approved by the Contracting Officer. Maintain these conveniences at all
times in a neat and sanitary condition and without nuisance. Upon completion
of the work, remove the conveniences from the premises, leaving the premises
clean and free from nuisance. Connection to the station sanitary sewage
system is not permitted. Use chemical toilets or comparably effective units,
and periodically empty wastes offsite to a commercial facility. Include
provisions for pest control and elimination of odors. Temporary sanitary
facilities shall be located within the indicated laydown areas or as
otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer.

H.9   TEMPORARY BUILDINGS

If necessary, the contractor shall provide his own storage sheds or trailers
for storing of equipment and materials. Such temporary buildings shall be in
like new condition. Locate these buildings within the indicated laydown
areas or as otherwise directed by the Contracting Officer. Requirements of
the paragraph titled “Temporary Utilities” apply to all temporary buildings
requiring utility services. Storage of material/debris under such facilities
is prohibited. The Contractor shall be responsible for the security of the
temporary buildings. Suitably paint and maintain the temporary buildings.
Failure to do so will be sufficient reason to require their removal.

Temporary buildings shall remain the property of the Contractor, unless
otherwise noted, and shall be removed by the Contractor at his expense upon
completion of the work, including attendant utility services. Only with
written consent of the Contracting Officer may such buildings and/or
attendant utilities be abandoned and not be removed from the site.

H.10 TEMPORARY WORKSITE ACCESS CONTROLS

The Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to adequately protect
personnel and public and private property in the areas of work:

a.   Temporary Barricades: The Contractor shall provide barricades and
warning signs to reroute personnel around areas of dangerous work, including,
but not limited to, all overhead operations where falling objects and/or
debris may pose a hazard to personnel in the area.

b.   Temporary Signs: Place warning signs at the construction area perimeter
designating the presence of construction hazards requiring unauthorized
persons to keep out. Signs must be placed on all sides of the project, with
at least one sign every 300 feet. All points of entry shall have signs
designating the construction site as a hard hat area.

H.11 CONTROL AND DISPOSAL OF DEBRIS AND DAILY CLEANUP

The debris resulting from this work shall be controlled so as to avoid
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all work areas in a clean, dust free and safe condition at the end of each
working day. All debris resulting from the performance of the work shall be
removed at the end of each working day and/or placed in approved Contractor
furnished containers to prevent the spread and accumulation of dust, dirt or
debris. Such containers shall be removed from the area of work as often as
necessary, but not less than once per week.   The Contractor shall remove all
debris from the William J. Hughes Technical Center and dispose of it properly
in a State approved landfill. In cases where the Contractor fails to
satisfactorily cleanup after himself or his subcontractors, and the FAA
performs the cleanup with its own forces, the costs for such FAA cleaning
effort will be deducted from payments due to the Contractor, including
overtime expenses if they are incurred. The daily cleaning requirement will
not relieve the Contractor from the responsibility of the final cleaning for
acceptance, upon completion of all work.

H.12 SAFETY AND HEALTH - ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

(a) Pursuant to Contract Clauses 3.2.2.3-68, “Safety and Health – Alternate
I (July 2004)”, the Contractor shall submit a copy of any company-published
general safety plan to the FAA for information. In addition, the Contractor
shall prepare a safety plan tailored to this contract work, unless adequately
addressed in their general safety plan; this plan should address topics in
sufficient detail and in an organized manner, following the FAA guide
specification for a safety plan, where feasible. Alternatively, the
Contractor shall comply with all pertinent provisions of the latest version
of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Safety and Health Requirements Manual, EM 385
1 1, in effect on the date of the solicitation.

(b) In the event of a mishap or accident, the Contractor shall immediately
notify the FAA Safety Officer, the Construction Representative, the Resident
Engineer, and the Contracting Officer (preferably in that order) and complete
FAA Form 3900-6 within 24 hours of the mishap or accident.

H.13 REMOVALS AND PATCHING

(a) Removals: Removals shall be performed without damage to adjacent
retained work. Where such work is damaged, the contractor shall patch or
otherwise restore it to its original condition. All existing materials,
fixtures, and equipment which have been removed or disconnected and are not
indicated or specified for reuse in the new work, or identified for salvage
for the Government, shall become the property of the contractor and shall be
removed from the site by the contractor. Removals shall be as indicated and
as specified herein, and shall be performed in a neat and workmanlike manner
to the limits indicated or specified, or to the minimum extent necessary or
required for the proper installation of the work. Existing surfaces
remaining after removals to which new work is to be applied shall be left in
a condition suitable for the application of the new work.

(b) Patching: Where removals leave holes and damaged surfaces that will be
exposed in the finished work, these holes and damaged surfaces shall be
patched and repaired to match adjacent finished surfaces. Where new work is
to be applied to existing surfaces, removals and patching shall produce
surfaces that are suitable for the provision of the new work. Patching shall
be performed in a neat and workmanlike manner. Finished surfaces of patched
areas shall be flush with the adjacent existing surface and shall match the
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All fire stopping or fireproofing material disturbed shall also be patched by
the contractor.

H.14 AFFIRMATIVE PROCUREMENT PROGRAM FOR RECOVERED MATERIAL

Pursuant to Contract Clause 3.6.3-4, “Recovered Material Certification
(October 2002)”, the FAA, in accordance with the Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976, as amended, participates in the Affirmative
Procurement Program for Recovered Materials. This program aims to foster
markets for recovered materials and to reduce the amount of solid waste
requiring disposal, without jeopardizing the intended end use of the item.

Toward this end, in addition to the performance standards and requirements in
the technical specifications, the FAA requires materials provided under this
contract contain the highest percentage of recovered materials practical. As
part of the material submittal requirements described in the technical
specifications, the Contractor shall provide a written description of the
specific items that contain recovered materials to be used on the project,
and the amounts (quantities) and value of these items.

More information on the use of recovered materials and sources of
availability may be obtained from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Office of Solid Waste.

H.15 CONSTRUCTION SUBMITTALS

Pursuant to Contract Clauses 3.2.2.3-45, “Material and Workmanship (July
2004)” and 3.2.2.3-60, “Specifications, Drawings and Material Offers (July
2004)”, the Contractor shall prepare and submit for government review and
approval the construction submittals specified herein and in other sections
of the project specification or statement of work. Definitions, processing,
required formats and required quantities for construction submittals are
specified in project specification Section 01 33 00, “Submittal Procedures”.

a)   Preconstruction Submittals: As per the definition provided in
specification Section 01 33 00, “Submittal Procedures”, all preconstruction
submittals are required prior to issuance of a notice to proceed with the
work. Notice to proceed will not be issued until the following
preconstruction submittals have been submitted and approved by the
government:

Submittal Description     Where Specified         Due Date

Performance Bond          Section I               10 calendar days after

Payment Bond              Section I               10 calendar days after

Certificate of            Section I               10 calendar days after
Insurance                                            contract award

Schedule of Prices        Section F               10 calendar days after

Construction Schedule     Section F               10 calendar days after
                                                     Contract award

Security Investigation/   Section H               a) Number of employees
Access Badge Req’mts                              to be badged within 5-



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                                                         -working days after
                                                         Contract award.

b) Names of employees to be badged within 5 working days after approval of
number of employees to be badged
c) NACI Packages – ASAP after approval of names of employees to be badged

Safety Plan                    Sections H & I           10 calendar days after
                                                           Contract award

Submittal Register         Specification                10 calendar days after
                           Section 01 33 00                contract award

Other                      Project Specification        10 calendar days after
                           Sections (SD-01)                contract award


b)      Construction Submittals:     Submit the following:


Submittal Description               Where Specified            Due Date

Daily Inspection Reports               Section F             Daily during
                                                             construction

Contract Discrepancy Reports           Section F              Within 48 hours
                                                             of notification

Contract Progress Report               Section F             Monthly during
                                                             Construction

Progress Photographs                   Section F             At start of work,
                                                             monthly with
                                                             Contract Progress
                                                             report, and at
                                                             completion of work

Electronic E-mail address             Section G              10 days after
                                                             contract award

Emergency Contacts                    Section H           5 days after
                                                          Notice to Proceed

Recovered Materials                   Section H           Per the Submittal
                                                          and the project
                                                          Register specification
                                                          sections

Technical Submittals           Project specification         Per the Submittal


c)      Closeout submittals:    Submit the following:


Submittal Description               Where Specified            Due Date

As-Built Drawings                   Section F           At completion of work



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Reproducible Shop Drawings     Section F         At completion of work

Equipment/Product Warranty     Section F         At completion of work
List

Asbestos Free Statement        Section I         At completion of work


Other                           Project          Per the Submittal
                                                 Specification Register
                                                 (SD-11)



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                              PART II - SECTION I
                               CONTRACT CLAUSES


3.1-1         Clauses and Provisions Incorporated by reference (July 2011)

     This screening information request (SIR) or contract, as applicable,
incorporates by reference the provisions or clauses listed below with the
same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the
Contracting Officer will make the full text available, or offerors and
contractors may obtain the full text via Internet at:
http://conwrite.faa.gov (on this web page, select "Search and View Clauses").

 3.1.7-2                 Organizational Conflicts of Interest (August 1997)
 3.2.2.3-42              Differing Site Conditions (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-43              Site Investigation and Conditions Affecting the Work
                          (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-45              Material and Workmanship (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-46              Supervising the Contract Work (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-47              Permits and Responsibilities (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-49              Protecting Existing Vegetation, Structures,
                          Equipment, Utilities, and Improvements (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-50              Property Protection (February 2009)
 3.2.2.3-51              Operations and Storage Areas (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-53              Cleaning Up and Roadway Maintenance (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-54              Preventing Accidents (July 2004)
 3.2.2.3-60              Specifications, Drawings, and Material Offers
                          (February 2009)
 3.2.2.3-68              Safety and Health (July 2004)
 3.2.2.7-6               Protecting the Government's Interest when
                           Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred,
                           Suspended, or Proposed for Debarment (February
                           2009)
 3.2.2.7-8               Disclosure of Team Arrangements (April 2008)
 3.2.5-1                 Officials Not to Benefit (April 1996)
 3.2.5-3                 Gratuities or Gifts (January 1999)
 3.2.5-4                 Contingent Fees (October 1996)
 3.2.5-5                 Anti-Kickback Procedures (October 2010)
 3.2.5-8                 Whistleblower Protection for Contractor Employees
                          (April 1996)
 3.3.1-2                 Payments under Fixed-Price Construction Contracts
                          (April 1996)
 3.3.1-13                Limitation of Cost (Facilities) (April 1996)
 3.3.1-19                Prompt Payment for Construction Contracts (September
                           2009)
 3.3.1-34                Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer- Central
                           Contractor Registration (February 2009)
 3.3.2-1                 FAA Cost Principles (October 1996)
 3.4.1-12                Insurance (July 1996)
 3.6.2-18                Davis Bacon (October 2009)
 3.6.2-21                Apprentices Trainees and Helpers (October 2010)
 3.6.2-22                Subcontracts (Labor Standards) (October 2010)
 3.6.2-23                Certification of Eligibility (April 1996)
 3.6.2-39                Trafficking in Persons (January 2008)
 3.6.3-13                Recycle Content and Environmentally Preferable
                         Products (April 2009)
 3.6.3-14                Use Of Environmentally Preferable Products (April



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                        2009)
3.6.3-16                Drug Free Workplace (February 2009)
3.6.3-4                 Recovered Material Certification (April 2009)
3.6.4-3                 Buy American Act - Construction Materials (July
                         1996)
3.6.4-10                Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (January
                          2010)
3.9.1-1                 Contract Disputes (September 2009)
3.9.1-2                 Protest After Award (August 1997)
3.10.1-7                Bankruptcy (April 1996)
3.10.1-8                Suspension of Work (August 1998)
3.10.1-15               Changes-Construction, Dismantling, Demolition, or
                        Removal of Improvements (July 1996)
3.10.1-16               Changes and Changed Conditions (April 1996)
3.10.1-19               Modification Cost Proposal-Price Breakdown
                         (Construction) (April 1996)

3.10.1-20               Warranty Construction (April 1996)
3.10.1-25               Novation and Change-Of-Name Agreements (October
                         2007)
3.10.2-1                Subcontracts (Fixed-Price Contracts) (April 1996)
3.10.6-1                Termination for Convenience of the Government (Fixed
                        Price) (October1996)
3.10.6-6                Default (Fixed Price Construction) (October 1996)
3.13-5                  Seat Belt Use by Contractor Employees (January 1999)
3.13-13                 Reducing Text Messaging While Driving (April 2010)
3.14.2                  Contractor Personnel Suitability Requirement
                        (January 2011)
3.14-4                  Access to FAA Systems and Government Issued Keys,
                        Personal Identity Verification and Vehicle Decals
                        (October 2010)


3.2.2.3-44 PHYSICAL DATA (JULY 2004)
Data and information furnished or referred to below is for the Contractor's
information. The FAA shall not be responsible for any interpretation of or
conclusions drawn from the data or information made available to the
Contractor. Further, the FAA specifically does not warrant construction
methodology which may be included in such documents.

 (a) Weather Conditions: The climate of the area is referred to as
"continental" by climatologists, characterized by cold winters and moderately
hot summers. Complete weather records and reports may be obtained from the
U.S. Weather Bureau Office located at the airport. The Contractor shall
satisfy himself as to the hazards likely to arise from weather conditions
during the construction period and make allowances for them in his price.

(b) Transportation Facilities: The Atlantic City Expressway, Garden State
Parkway, and local highways Route 30 (White Horse Pike) and Route 40 (Black
Horse Pike) serve the locality of the proposed work. Atlantic City
International Airport is situated on the FAA's property and is available for
commercial uses. Roads within the William J. Hughes Technical Center
boundaries may be used by the Contractor, subject to the approval of the
Contracting Officer and Base Security. The Contractor shall make his own
investigation of available routes and load limits of bridges. The Contractor
shall be responsible for the construction of any temporary haul roads and
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construction shall be removed by the Contractor, and the areas restored to
the condition which existed prior to the start of the work.

 (c) Reference Drawings: The following reference drawings are not a part of
the contract work but are attached to this Section for information purposes
only. These drawings are intended only to show the original construction and
existing conditions. Drawings are the property of the FAA and shall not be
used for any purpose other than that intended by the contract.

Drawing Number           Drawing Title

AE-325                   Elevations, Door Schedule, Door Types, Door Bucks,
                         Etc.
AE-326                   Wall Sections and Details
AE-327                   Wall Sections and Details
AE-328                   Foundation Plan, Roof Plan, Footing Details
AE-329                   Beam Framing Plan, Sections & Details
XC-1465                  Roofing Repairs

3.2.2.3-68, SAFETY AND HEALTH ALTERNATE I (July 2004)

 (a) Before beginning work, the Contractor (you) must:

(1) Perform a hazards analysis of the work specified in this contract.
Consider both the site and adjacent conditions. Identify all significant
hazards. Some of the hazards you might encounter are working from significant
heights.

(2) Submit a safety plan for dealing with each specific hazard identified,
whether you or FAA identified it.

(3) Meet with the CO's representatives during the preconstruction conference
to discuss and to develop a mutual understanding about the content and
implementation of the plan.

(4) The CO or her or his representatives may require other hazards to be
added to the plan. If the CO determines that your planned hazard avoidance
measures are insufficient, the CO or a designated representative may require
you to revise the plan. You may not begin work involving identified hazards
unless you have submitted adequate plans to the CO and the CO has reviewed
them. This approval does not relieve you of your liability for safe
performance.

3.6.3-12   ASBESTOS-FREE CONSTRUCTION (AUGUST 1998)

In performing this contract, the Contractor shall not use asbestos or
asbestos-containing building materials during construction, renovation,
and/or modernization of this facility and shall provide to the Contracting
Officer (CO) a signed statement at the completion of the project indicating
that to the best of its knowledge, no asbestos or asbestos-containing
building materials were used during construction, renovation, and/or
modernization of this facility. The Contractor's certification under this
clause is considered to be a material requirement of the contract and the FAA
may withhold payment pending submittal and receipt of an acceptable
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The FAA CO may authorize sample testing of contractor building materials used
during construction, renovation, and/or modernization of this facility to
verify that they are asbestos-free. The FAA will bear the expense of this
testing unless the testing reveals that the Contractor used asbestos-
containing building material in performing this contract. If asbestos-
containing material is found, the Contractor shall remove and replace the
asbestos-containing material and decontaminate the site of asbestos
contamination caused by the Contractor at no additional cost to the
Government. In addition, the Contractor shall bear the expense of the
original testing and retesting to determine that the asbestos removal and
site decontamination are satisfactorily completed.

3.2.2.3-41        Performing Work (July 2004)

The Contractor (you) must perform, using your own organization, work
equivalent to at least 50% percent of the total amount of work under the
contract on the site. The CO may modify this contract to reduce this
percentage if you request a reduction and the CO determines that it would be
to the Government's advantage to do so.

(End of clause)


3.2.2.3-50   Alternate I      Property Protection (July 2009)

(h) Managing and disposing of hazardous wastes and materials may expose the
Contractor (you) and FAA (we) to short- and long-term liabilities. To reduce
these possible liabilities you must be fully aware of the hazards and
regulatory requirements associated with the hazardous materials involved in
this project. You must use qualified personnel to handle and transport
hazardous materials.

(i) Before commencing work, you must:

     (1) Do an environmental assessment of the work the contract requires,
identifying tasks which involve using, handling or transporting hazardous
materials or wastes.

     (2) Submit an environmental plan identifying and dealing with each
specific task involving the wastes. The plan must be specific enough to
demonstrate a thorough understanding of the environmental risks and the
appropriate method for dealing with them. The plan must also list the
required permits and reference the regulations that govern the activities
needed to deal with the materials or wastes.

     (3) Meet with the CO's representatives during the preconstruction
conference to discuss and to develop a mutual understanding on implementing
the plan.

     (4) The CO may require other tasks to be added to the plan. If the CO
considers your planned methods for dealing with the risks insufficient, the
CO may require you to revise the plan. Work involving hazardous materials or
wastes must not start until we have approved your plan. Our review of your
plan does not relieve you of liability for environmental law and regulatory
compliance.

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3.2.2.3-60 Alternate II       Specifications, Drawings, and Material Offers
(July 2004)

(k) When you finish the work under this contract, you must provide three
complete sets of all shop drawings as we finally approve them. These drawings
must show all changes and revisions made up to the time you finish the work
and we accept it.

(End of clause)


3.2.2.3-68   Alternate I      Safety and Health (July 2004)

(a) Before beginning work, the Contractor (you) must:

     (1) Perform a hazards analysis of the work specified in this contract.
Consider both the site and adjacent conditions. Identify all significant
hazards.]

     (2) Submit a safety plan for dealing with each specific hazard
identified, whether you or FAA identified it.

     (3) Meet with the CO's representatives during the preconstruction
conference to discuss and to develop a mutual understanding about the content
and implementation of the plan.

     (4) The CO or her or his representatives may require other hazards to be
added to the plan. If the CO determines that your planned hazard avoidance
measures are insufficient, the CO or a designated representative may require
you to revise the plan. You may not begin work involving identified hazards
unless you have submitted adequate plans to the CO and the CO has reviewed
them. This approval does not relieve you of your liability for safe
performance.

(End of clause)


3.2.2.3-71   Starting, Performing and Completing Work (July 2004)

The Contractor (you) must
   (a) begin work under this contract within 5 calendar days after the date
       you receive the notice to proceed,
   (b) perform the work diligently, and
   (c) complete the entire work ready for use not later than 180 calendar
       days after notice to proceed. The time allowed for completion must
       include final cleanup of the premises.

       (End of clause)

3.3.1-33      Central Contractor Registration (January 2008)

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"Central Contractor Registration (CCR) database" means the primary Government
repository for Contractor information required for the conduct of business
with the Government.

"Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number" means the 9-digit number
assigned by Dun and Bradstreet, Inc. (D&B) to identify unique business
entities.

"Data Universal Numbering System +4 (DUNS+4) number" means the DUNS number
assigned by D&B plus a 4-character suffix that may be assigned by a business
concern. (D&B has no affiliation with this 4-character suffix.) This 4-
character suffix may be assigned at the discretion of the business concern to
establish additional CCR records for identifying alternative Electronic Funds
Transfer (EFT) accounts for the same parent concern.

"Registered in the CCR database" means that the Contractor has entered all
mandatory information, including the DUNS number or the DUNS+4 number, into
the CCR database.

(b)(1) By submission of an offer, the offeror acknowledges the requirement
that a prospective awardee shall be registered in the CCR database prior to
award, during performance, and through final payment of any contract, basic
agreement, basic ordering agreement, or blanket purchasing agreement
resulting from this solicitation.

(2) The offeror shall enter, in Representations, Certifications and Other
Statements of Offerors Section of the solicitation, the DUNS or DUNS +4
number that identifies the offeror's name and address exactly as stated in
the offer. The DUNS number will be used by the Contracting Officer to verify
that the offeror is registered in the CCR database.

(c) If the offeror does not have a DUNS number, it should contact Dun and
Bradstreet directly to obtain one.

(1) An offeror may obtain a DUNS number
(i) If located within the United States, by calling Dun and Bradstreet at 1-
866-705-5711 or via the Internet at http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform; or
(ii) If located outside the United States, by contacting the local Dun and
Bradstreet office.

(2) The offeror should be prepared to provide the following information:
(i) Company legal business.
(ii) Trade style, doing business, or other name by which your entity is
commonly recognized.
(iii) Company Physical Street Address, City, State, and ZIP Code.
(iv) Company Mailing Address, City, State and ZIP Code (if different from
physical street address).
(v) Company Telephone Number.
(vi) Date the company was started.
(vii) Number of employees at your location.
(viii) Chief executive officer/key manager.
(ix) Line of business (industry).
(x) Company Headquarters name and address (reporting relationship within your
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(d) If the offeror does not become registered in the CCR database in the time
prescribed by the Contracting Officer, the Contracting Officer may proceed to
award to the next otherwise successful registered offeror.

(e) Processing time, which normally takes 48 hours, should be taken into
consideration when registering. Offerors who are not registered should
consider applying for registration immediately upon receipt of this
solicitation.

(f) The Contractor is responsible for the accuracy and completeness of the
data within the CCR database, and for any liability resulting from the
Government's reliance on inaccurate or incomplete data. To remain registered
in the CCR database after the initial registration, the Contractor is
required to review and update on an annual basis from the date of initial
registration or subsequent updates its information in the CCR database to
ensure it is current, accurate and complete. Updating information in the CCR
does not alter the terms and conditions of this contract and is not a
substitute for a properly executed contractual document.

(g)(1)(i) If a Contractor has legally changed its business name, "doing
business as" name, or division name (whichever is shown on the contract), or
has transferred the assets used in performing the contract, but has not
completed the necessary requirements regarding novation and change-of-name
agreements in AMS Procurement Guidance T3.10.1.A-8, the Contractor shall
provide the responsible Contracting Officer a minimum of one business day's
written notification of its intention to:

(A) change the name in the CCR database;
(B) comply with the requirements of T3.10.1.A-8; and
(C) agree in writing to the timeline and procedures specified by the
responsible Contracting Officer. The Contractor must provide the Contracting
Officer with the notification, sufficient documentation to support the
legally changed name.

(ii) If the Contractor fails to comply with the requirements of paragraph
(g)(1)(i) of this clause, or fails to perform the agreement at paragraph
(g)(1)(i)(C) of this clause, and, in the absence of a properly executed
novation or change-of-name agreement, the CCR information that shows the
Contractor to be other than the Contractor indicated in the contract will be
considered to be incorrect information within the meaning of the "Suspension
of Payment" paragraph of the electronic funds transfer (EFT) clause of this
contract.

(2) The Contractor shall not change the name or address for EFT payments or
manual payments, as appropriate, in the CCR record to reflect an assignee for
the purpose of assignment of claims. Assignees shall be separately registered
in the CCR database. Information provided to the Contractor's CCR record that
indicates payments, including those made by EFT, to an ultimate recipient
other than that Contractor will be considered to be incorrect information
within the meaning of the "Suspension of payment" paragraph of the EFT clause
of this contract.

(h) Offerors and Contractors may obtain information on registration and
annual confirmation requirements via the internet at http://www.ccr.gov/ or
by calling 1-888-227-2423, or 269-961-5757.

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3.4.1-1   Proposal Guarantee (April 1996)

(a) Offerors must furnish a proposal guarantee in the form of a proposal
bond, a postal money order, a certified or cashier’s check, an irrevocable
letter of credit, or United States bonds or notes with a maturity of less
than five years.

(b) The required amount of the proposal guarantee is set forth in the
“Schedule.”

(c) The Contracting Officer will return proposal guarantees, other than
proposal bonds:

(1) To unsuccessful offerors as soon as possible after an award decision is
made; and

(2) To the successful offeror after it signs the contract and submits
acceptable bonds required under the contract.

(d) If the successful offeror fails to sign the contract or submit the
required bonds within the time specified by the Contracting Officer, the
contract may be terminated for default.

(e) If the contract is terminated for default, the offeror is liable for any
cost of acquiring the work in excess of its proposed price, and the guarantee
is available to offset the difference. However, the guarantee is not an
exclusive remedy.

3.4.1-4   Performance Bond Requirements (April 1996)

(a) The contractor is required to submit a performance bond in a penal
amount equal to 100 percent of the contract price, unless another amount is
specified in the contract “Schedule,” within the time specified by the
Contracting Officer.

(b) The bond must be executed on specified forms, and sureties must be
acceptable to the Federal Aviation Administration. Corporate sureties must
appear on the list in Treasury Circular 570, and the amount of the bond may
not exceed the underwriting limit stated for the surety on that list.

(c) Failure to submit an acceptable bond may be cause for termination of the
contract for default.

3.4.1-5   Payment Bond Requirements (April 1996)

(a) The contractor is required to submit a payment bond in the penal amount
set forth in the “Schedule,” within the time required by the Contracting
Officer.

(b) The bond must be executed on the forms attached to this SIR, and
sureties must be acceptable to the Federal Aviation Administration.
Corporate sureties must appear on the list in Treasury Circular 570, and the
amount of the bond may not exceed the underwriting limit stated for the
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(C) Failure to submit an acceptable bond may be cause for termination of
the contract for default.

3.4.1-10 Insurance - Work on a Government Installation (July 1996)

(a) The Contractor shall, at its own expense, provide and maintain during
the entire performance of this contract, at least the kinds and minimum
amounts of insurance required in the "Schedule" or elsewhere in the
contract.

(b) Before commencing work under this contract, the Contractor shall
certify to the Contracting Officer in writing by letter or certificate of
insurance, reflecting the FAA's contract number, that the required
insurance has been obtained. The policies evidencing required insurance
shall contain an endorsement to the effect that any cancellation or any
material change adversely affecting the Federal Aviation Administration's
interest shall not be effective:

(1) for such period as the laws of the State in which this contract is to
be performed prescribe, or

(2) until 30 days after the insurer or the Contractor gives written notice
to the Contracting Officer, whichever period is longer.

(c) The Contractor shall insert the substance of this clause, including
this paragraph (c), in subcontracts under this contract that require work
on a Government installation and shall require subcontractors to provide
and maintain the insurance required in the "Schedule" or elsewhere in the
contract. The Contractor shall maintain a copy of all subcontractors'
proofs of required insurance, and shall make copies (reflecting the FAA's
contract number to ensure proper filing of documents) available to the
Contracting Officer upon request.




                           (End of Clause)




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                                PART III - SECTION J
                                 LIST OF ATTACHMENTS



Attachment   1……………   Business Declaration Form
Attachment   2……………   SF-24 Bid Bond
Attachment   3……………   SF-25 Performance Bond Form
Attachment   4……………   SF-25A Payment Bond Form
Attachment   5……………   Department Of Labor General Wage Determination
Attachment   6……………   Daily Construction Inspection Report CT-Form 6900-3




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                              PART IV - SECTION K
        REPRESENTATIONS, CERTIFICATIONS, AND OTHER STATEMENTS OF OFFERORS


3.1-1         Clauses and Provisions Incorporated by reference (December 2005)

     This screening information request (SIR) or contract, as applicable,
incorporates by reference the provisions or clauses listed below with the
same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the
Contracting Officer will make the full text available, or offerors and
contractors may obtain the full text via Internet at:
http://conwrite.faa.gov (on this web page, select "Search and View Clauses").

3.2.5-2            Independent Price Determinations (October 1996)
3.2.5-7      Disclosure Regarding Payments to Influence Certain Federal
Transactions (October 2010)

3.2.2.3-10    Type of Business Organization (July 2004)

By checking the applicable box, the offeror (you) represents that--

(a) You operate as [ ] a corporation incorporated under the laws of the State
of ____________________ , [ ] an individual, [ ] a partnership, [ ] a
nonprofit organization, [ ] a joint venture or [ ] other ____________[specify
what type of organization].

(b) If you are a foreign entity, you operate as [ ] an individual, [ ] a
partnership, [ ] a nonprofit organization, [ ] a joint venture, or [ ] a
corporation, registered for business in
_____________________________________________ .
(country)

(End of provision)


3.2.2.3-15    Authorized Negotiators (July 2004)

The offeror states that the following persons are authorized to negotiate on
your behalf with the FAA in connection with this offer:
Name:_______________________
Title:_________________________
Phone number:_________________

(End of provision)


3.2.2.3-70    Taxpayer Identification (July 2004)

(a) Definitions.

     (1) "Common parent," as used in this clause, means a corporate entity
that owns or controls an affiliated group of corporations that files an
offeror's (you, your) Federal income tax returns on a consolidated basis, and
of which you are a member.

     (2) "Corporate status," as used in this clause, means a designation as
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sole proprietorship or partnership), or a corporation providing medical and
health care services.

     (3) "Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)," as used in this clause,
means the number the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) requires you use in
reporting income tax and other returns.

(b) All offerors must submit the information required in paragraphs (c)
through (e) of this provision to comply with reporting requirements of 26
U.S.C. 6041, 6041A, and 6050M and implementing regulations issued by IRS. The
FAA will use this information to collect and report on any delinquent amounts
arising out of your relation with the Federal Government, under Public Law
104 -134, the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996, Section 31001(I)(3).
If the resulting contract is subject to the reporting requirements and you
refuse or fail to provide the information, the Contracting Officer (CO) may
reduce your payments 31 percent under the contract.

(c) Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).

[ ] TIN: ______________________________
[ ] TIN has been applied for.
[ ] TIN is not required because:
[ ] Offeror is a nonresident alien, foreign corporation, or foreign
partnership that does not leave income effectively connected with the conduct
of a trade or business in the U.S. and does not have an office or place of
business or a fiscal paying agent in the U.S.;
[ ] Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of a foreign government;
[ ] Offeror is an agency or instrumentality of a Federal, state, or local
government;
[ ] Other--State basis. ___________________________________.

(d) Corporate Status.

[ ] Corporation providing medical and health care services, or engaged in the
billing and collecting of payments for such services;
[ ] Other corporate entity
[ ] Not a corporate entity
[ ] Sole proprietorship
[ ] Partnership
[ ] Hospital or extended care facility described in 26 CFR 501(c)(3) that is
exempt from taxation under 26 CFR 501(a).

(e) Common Parent.

[ ] A common parent does not own or control the offeror as defined in
paragraph (a).
[ ] Name and TIN of common parent:
Name _______________________________________________________
TIN _______________________________________________________

                            (End of Provision)



3.2.2.7-7    Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters (January 2010)

(a)(1) The Offeror certifies, to the best of its knowledge and belief, that



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(i) The Offeror and/or any of its Principals-
A) Are [ ] are not [ ] presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment,
or declared ineligible for the award of contracts by any Federal agency;
(B) Have [ ] have not [ ] within a three-year period preceding this offer,
been convicted of or had a civil judgment rendered against them for:
commission of fraud or a criminal offense in connection with obtaining,
attempting to obtain, or performing a public
(Federal, state, or local) contract or subcontract; violation of Federal or
state antitrust statutes relating to the submission of offers; or commission
of embezzlement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of
records, making false statements, tax evasion, violating Federal criminal tax
laws or receiving stolen property; and
(C) Are [ ] are not [ ] presently indicted for, or otherwise criminally or
civilly charged by a governmental entity with, commission of any of the
offenses enumerated in subdivision a)(1)
(i)(B) of this provision.
(D) Have [ ], have not [ ], within a three-year period preceding this offer,
been notified of any delinquent Federal taxes in an amount that exceeds
$3,000 for which the liability remains unsatisfied.
(1) Federal taxes are considered delinquent if both of the following criteria
apply:
(i) The tax liability is finally determined. The liability is finally
determined if it has been assessed. A liability is not finally determined if
there is a pending administrative or judicial challenge. In the case of a
judicial challenge to the liability, the liability is not finally determined
until all judicial appeal rights have been exhausted.
(ii) The taxpayer is delinquent in making payment. A taxpayer is delinquent
if the taxpayer has failed to pay the tax liability when full payment was due
and required. A taxpayer is not delinquent in cases where enforced collection
action is precluded.
(2) Examples-
(i) The taxpayer has received a statutory notice of deficiency, under I.R.C.
Sec. 6212, which entitles the taxpayer to seek Tax Court review of a proposed
tax deficiency. This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax
liability. Should the taxpayer seek Tax Court review, this will not be a
final tax liability until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appeal
rights.
(ii) The IRS has filed a notice of Federal tax lien with respect to an
assessed tax liability, and the taxpayer has been issued a notice under
I.R.C. Sec. 6320 entitling the taxpayer to request a hearing with the IRS
Office of Appeals contesting the lien filing, and to further appeal to the
Tax Court if the IRS determines to sustain the lien filing. In the course of
the hearing, the taxpayer is entitled to contest the underlying tax liability
because the taxpayer has had no prior opportunity to contest the liability.
This is not a delinquent tax because it is not a final tax liability. Should
the taxpayer seek tax court review, this will not be a final tax liability
until the taxpayer has exercised all judicial appeal rights.
(iii) The taxpayer has entered into an installment agreement pursuant to
I.R.C. Sec. 6159. The taxpayer is making timely payments and is in full
compliance with the agreement terms. The taxpayer is not delinquent because
the taxpayer is not currently
required to make full payment.
(iv) The taxpayer has filed for bankruptcy protection. The taxpayer is not
delinquent because enforced collection action is stayed under 11 U.S.C. 362
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(b) The Offeror has [ ] has not [ ] within a three-year period preceding this
offer, had one or more contracts terminated for default by any Federal
agency.
(2) 'Principals,' for the purposes of this certification, means officers;
directors; owners; partners; and, persons having primary management or
supervisory responsibilities within a business entity (e.g., general manager;
plant manager; head of a subsidiary, division, or business segment, and
similar positions). THIS CERTIFICATION CONCERNS A MATTER WITHIN THE
JURISDICTION OF AN AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE MAKING OF A FALSE,
FICTITIOUS, OR FRAUDULENT CERTIFICATION MAY RENDER THE MAKER SUBJECT TO
PROSECUTION UNDER SECTION 1001, TITLE 18, UNITED STATES CODE.
(c) The Offeror shall provide immediate written notice to the Contracting
Officer if, at any time prior to contract award, the Offeror learns that its
certification was erroneous when submitted or has become erroneous by reason
of changed circumstances.
(d) A certification that any of the items in paragraph (a) of this provision
exists will not necessarily result in withholding of an award under this SIR.
However, the certification will be considered in connection with a
determination of the Offeror's responsibility. Failure of the Offeror to
furnish a certification or provide such
additional information as requested by the Contracting Officer may render the
Offeror nonresponsible.
(e) Nothing contained in the foregoing shall be construed to require
establishment of a system of records in order to render, in good faith, the
certification required by paragraph (a) of this provision. The knowledge and
information of an Offeror is not
required to exceed that which is normally possessed by a prudent person in
the ordinary course of business dealings.
(f) The certification in paragraph (a) of this provision is a material
representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when making award. If
it is later determined that the Offeror knowingly rendered an erroneous
certification, in addition to other remedies available to the Government, the
Contracting Officer may terminate the contract resulting from this SIR for
default.
                            (End of provision)


3.2.2.3-35     Annual Representations and Certifications (July 2004)

The Offeror certifies that annual representations and certifications (check
the appropriate block):

[] (a) Dated_________(inserted date of signature on offer) which are
incorporated by reference, have been submitted to the contracting office
issuing this SIR and that the information is current, accurate, and complete
as of the date of this offer, except as follows (insert changes that affect
only this SIR; if ‘none,’ say so):

[] (b) Are enclosed.


3.3.1-35   Certification of Registration in Central Contractor Registration
(CCR) (April 2006)

In accordance with Clause 3.3.1-33, Central Contractor Registration, offeror
certifies that they are registered in the CCR Database and have entered all
mandatory information including the DUNS or DUNS+4 Number.



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Name:      ______________________________

Title:     _______________________________

Phone Number:     _______________________


                              (End of provision)



3.6.3-7       Waste Reduction Program (August 1998)

(a) Definition. "Waste reduction," as used in this clause, means preventing
or decreasing the amount of waste being generated through waste prevention,
recycling, or purchasing recycled and environmentally preferable products.

(b) Consistent with the requirements of Section 701 of Executive Order 12873,
the Contractor shall establish a program to promote cost-effective waste
reduction in all operations and facilities covered by this contract. Any such
program shall comply with applicable Federal, State, and local requirements,
specifically including Section 6002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery
Act (42 U.S.C. 6901, et seq.) and implementing regulations.

3.6.3-8       Ozone Depleting Substance (August 1998)

(a) Definition. "Ozone-depleting substance", as used in this clause, means
any substance designated as Class I by the Environmental Protection Agency
(EPA) (40 CFR Part 82), including but not limited to chlorofluorocarbons,
halons, carbon tetrachloride, and methyl chloroform; or any substance
designated as Class II by EPA (40 CFR Part 82), including but not limited to
hydrochlorofluorocarbons.

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

3.6.3-9       Refrigeration Equipment and Air Conditioners (August 1998)

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

3.6.3-10      Certification of Toxic Chemical Release Reporting (August 1998)

(a) Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or
entering into this contract imposed by Executive Order 12969, August 8, 1995.

(b)     By signing this offer, the offeror certifies that--

            (1) As the owner or operator of facilities that will be used in
the performance of this contract that are subject to the filing and reporting
requirements described in section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) (42 U.S.C. 11023) and section 6607 of the
Pollution Prevention Act of 1990 (PPA) (42 U.S.C. 13106), the offeror will
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the Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Form (Form R) as described in sections
313(a) and (g) of EPCRA and section 6607 of PPA; or

            (2) None of its owned or operated facilities to be used in the
performance of this contract is subject to the Form R filing and reporting
requirements because each such facility is exempt for at least one of the
following reasons: [Offeror check each block that is applicable.]

            __(i) The facility does not manufacture, process, or otherwise
use any toxic chemicals listed under section 313(c) of EPCRA, 42 U.S.C.
11023(c);

            __(ii) The facility does not have 10 or more full-time employees
as specified in section 313(b)(1)(A) of EPCRA, 42 U.S.C. 11023(b)(1)(A);

            __(iii) The facility does not meet the reporting thresholds of
toxic chemicals established under section 313(f) of EPCRA, 42 U.S.C. 11023(f)
(including the alternate thresholds at 40 CFR 372.27, provided an appropriate
certification form has been filed with EPA);

            __(iv) The facility does not fall within Standard Industrial
Classification Code (SIC) designations 20 through 39 or;

            __(v) The facility is not located within any State of the United
States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam,
American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, the Northern Mariana
Islands, or any other territory or
possession over which the United States has jurisdiction.

3.6.3-11     Toxic Chemical Release Reporting (August 1998)

(a) Unless otherwise exempt, the Contractor, as owner or operator of a
facility used in the performance of this contract, shall file by July 1 for
the prior calendar year an annual Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Form (Form
R) as described in sections 313(a) and (g) of the Emergency Planning and
Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (EPCRA) (42 U.S.C. 11023(a) and (g)), and
section 6607 of the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990 (PPA) (42 U.S.C. 13106).
The Contractor shall file, for each facility subject to the Form R filing and
reporting requirements, the annual Form R throughout the life of the
contract.

(b) A Contractor owned or operated facility used in the performance of this
contract is exempt from the requirement to file an annual Form R if--

            (1) The facility does not manufacture, process, or otherwise use
any toxic chemicals listed under section 313(c) of EPCRA, 42 U.S.C. 11023(c);

            (2) The facility does not have 10 or more full-time employees as
specified in section 313(b)(1)(A) of EPCRA, 42 U.S.C. 11023(b)(1)(A);

            (3) The facility does not meet the reporting thresholds of toxic
chemicals established under section 313(f) of EPCRA, 42 U.S.C. 11023(f)
(including the alternate thresholds at 40 CFR 372.27, provided an appropriate
certification form has been filed with EPA);

            (4) The facility does not fall within Standard Industrial
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            (5) The facility is not located within any State of the United
States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam,
American Samoa, the United States Virgin Islands, the Northern Mariana
Islands, or any other territory or possession over which the United States
has jurisdiction.

(c) If the Contractor has certified to an exemption in accordance with one
or more of the criteria in paragraph (b) of this clause, and after award of
the contract circumstances change so that any of its owned or operated
facilities used in the performance of this contract is no longer exempt--

            (1)   The Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer; and

            (2) The Contractor, as owner or operator of a facility used in
the performance of this contract that is no longer exempt, shall--

                  (i) Submit a Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Form (Form
R) on or before July 1 for the prior calendar year during which the facility
becomes eligible; and

                  (ii) Continue to file the annual Form R for the life of
the contract for such facility.

(d) The Contracting Officer may terminate this contract or take other action
as appropriate, if the Contractor fails to comply accurately and fully with
the EPCRA and PPA toxic chemical release filing and reporting requirements.

(e)   Except for acquisitions of commercial items shall--

            (1) For competitive subcontracts expected to exceed $100,000
(including all options), include a solicitation provision substantially the
same as the provision entitled Certification of Toxic Chemical Release
Reporting; and

            (2) Include in any resultant subcontract exceeding $100,000
(including all options), the substance of this clause, except this paragraph
(e).

(End of clause)

3.6.3-12   Asbestos - Free Construction (April 2009)

(a) In performing this contract, the Contractor shall not use asbestos or
asbestos-containing building materials during construction, renovation,
and/or modernization of this facility and shall provide to the Contracting
Officer (CO) a signed statement [CO state due date of statement here related
to completion of the project] indicating that to the best of its knowledge,
no asbestos or asbestos-containing building materials were used during
construction, renovation, and/or modernization of this facility. The
Contractor's certification under this clause is considered to be a material
requirement of the contract and the FAA may withhold payment pending
submittal and receipt of an acceptable certification.

(b) The FAA CO may authorize sample testing of contractor building materials
used during construction, renovation, and/or modernization of this facility
to verify that they are asbestos-free. The FAA will bear the expense of this



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testing unless the testing reveals that the Contractor used asbestos-
containing building material in performing this contract. If asbestos-
containing material is found, the Contractor shall remove and replace the
asbestos-containing material and decontaminate the site of asbestos
contamination caused by the Contractor at no additional cost to the
Government. In addition, the Contractor shall bear the expense of the
original testing and retesting to determine that the asbestos removal and
site decontamination are satisfactorily completed.

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                               PART IV - SECTION L
                INSTRUCTIONS, CONDITIONS, AND NOTICES TO OFFERORS
 3.1-1   CLAUSES AND PROVISIONS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (DECEMBER 2005)

This screening information request (SIR) or contract, as applicable,
incorporates by reference the provisions or clauses listed below with the
same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the
Contracting Officer will make the full text available, or offerors and
contractors may obtain the full text via Internet at:
http://conwrite.faa.gov (on this web page, select "Search and View Clauses").

3.2.2.3-1    FALSE STATEMENTS IN OFFERS (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-11   UNNECESSARILY ELABORATE SUBMITTALS (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3.12   AMENDMENTS TO SCREENING INFORMATION REQUESTS (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-13   SUBMISSION OF INFORMATION/DOCUMENTATION/OFFERS (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-14   LATE SUBMISSIONS, MODIFICATIONS, AND WITHDRAWALS OF
             SUBMITTALS (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-16   RESTRICTING, DISCLOSING AND USING DATA (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-17   PREPARING OFFERS (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-18   PROSPECTIVE OFFEROR'S REQUESTS FOR EXPLANATIONS (FEBRUARY
             2009)
3.2.2.3-19   CONTRACT AWARD (JULY 2004)
3.2.2.3-72   ANNOUNCING COMPETING OFFERORS (JULY 2004)
3.3.1-28     NOTICE OF PROGRESS PAYMENTS (NOVEMBER 1997)

3.2.2.3-22   PERIOD FOR ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER (JULY 2004)

The offeror (you) agrees that if this offer is accepted within 60 calendar
days from the date the SIR specifies for receiving offers, to provide all
items for which you offer prices at the price set opposite each item,
delivered at the designated point(s), within the time specified in the
Schedule.

3.2.2.3-63   SITE VISIT (CONSTRUCTION) (JULY 2004)

(a) AMS clauses 3.2.2.3-42, Differing Site Conditions, and 3.2.2.3-43, Site
Investigations and Conditions Affecting the Work, will be included in any
contract awarded under this SIR. Accordingly, FAA urges and expects offerors
to inspect the site where the work will be performed.

(b) There will be a mandatory site visit and it will be conducted on August
7, 2012 at 9:00AM EDT. Offerors are reminded to meet at the Technical Center
Security Operations Center PRIOR to that time in order to have their
personnel cleared for admittance into the facility. Remarks, explanations,
or answers to questions provided at site visits shall not qualify the
solicitation terms unless such remarks, explanations, or answers are in the
form of a formal written amendment to the solicitation. The FAA shall be
notified in writing at least 3 days prior to your intent to attend a site
visit. The point of contact for the notification is:

Name: Joseph Woodfield
Address: DOT/FAA WJH Technical Center, Acquisition Services Group AAQ-620,
Atlantic City International Airport, NJ, 08405
Telephone: 609-485-4742




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Contract specifications, contract drawings and reference drawings will be
given out in an electronic format form at the site visit.

3.2.4-1   TYPE OF CONTRACT (APRIL 1996)

The FAA contemplates award of a Firm Fixed Price contract resulting from this
Screening Information Request.

3.9.1-3   PROTEST (NOVEMBER 2002)

AS A CONDITION OF SUBMITTING AN OFFER OR RESPONSE TO THIS SIR (OR OTHER
SOLICITATION, IF APPROPRIATE), THE OFFEROR OR POTENTIAL OFFEROR AGREES TO BE
BOUND BY THE FOLLOWING PROVISIONS RELATING TO PROTESTS:

(a) Protests concerning Federal Aviation Administration Screening Information
Requests (SIRs) or awards of contracts shall be resolved through the Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA) dispute resolution system at the Office of
Dispute Resolution for Acquisition (ODRA) and shall be governed by the
procedures set forth in 14 C.F.R. Parts 14 and 17, which are hereby
incorporated by reference. Judicial review, where available, will be in
accordance with 49 U.S.C. 46110 and shall apply only to final agency
decisions. A protestor may seek review of a final FAA decision only after its
administrative remedies have been exhausted.

(b) Offerors initially should attempt to resolve any issues concerning
potential protests with the Contracting Officer. The Contracting Officer
should make reasonable efforts to answer questions promptly and completely,
and, where possible, to resolve concerns or controversies. The protest time
limitations, however, will not be extended by attempts to resolve a potential
protest with the Contracting Officer.

(c) The filing of a protest with the ODRA may be accomplished by mail,
overnight delivery, hand delivery, or by facsimile. A protest is considered
to be filed on the date it is received by the ODRA.

(d) Only an interested party may file a protest. An interested party is one
whose direct economic interest has been or would be affected by the award or
failure to award an FAA contract. Proposed subcontractors are not "interested
parties" within this definition.

(e) A written protest must be filed with the ODRA within the times set forth
below, or the protest shall be dismissed as untimely:

(1) Protests based upon alleged improprieties in a solicitation or a SIR that
are apparent prior to bid opening or the time set for receipt of initial
proposals shall be filed prior to bid opening or the time set for the receipt
of initial proposals.

(2) In procurements where proposals are requested, alleged improprieties that
do not exist in the initial solicitation, but which are subsequently
incorporated into the solicitation, must be protested not later than the next
closing time for receipt of proposals following the incorporation.

(3) For protests other than those related to alleged solicitation
improprieties, the protest must be filed on the later of the following two
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(i) Not later than seven (7) business days after the date the protester knew
or should have known of the grounds for the protest; or

(ii) If the protester has requested a post-award debriefing from the FAA
Product Team, not later than five (5) business days after the date on which
the Product Team holds that debriefing.

(f) Protests shall be filed at:

(1) Office of Dispute Resolution for Acquisition, AGC-70,
Federal Aviation Administration,
800 Independence Ave., S.W.,
Room 323,
Washington, DC 20591,

Telephone: (202) 267-3290,
Facsimile: (202) 267-3720; or

(2) other address as specified in 14 CFR Part 17.

(g) At the same time of filing the protest with the ODRA, the protester shall
serve a copy of the protest on the Contracting Officer and any other official
designated in the SIR for receipt of protests by means reasonably calculated
to be received by the Contracting Officer on the same day as it is to be
received by the ODRA. The protest shall include a signed statement from the
protester, certifying to the ODRA the manner of service, date, and time when
a copy of the protest was served on the Contracting Officer and other
designated official(s).

(h) Additional information and guidance about the ODRA dispute resolution
process for protests can be found on the ODRA Website at http://www.faa.gov.


3.13-4 CONTRACTOR IDENTIFICATION NUMBER - DATA UNIVERSAL NUMBERING
SYSTEM (DUNS) NUMBER (APRIL 2006)

(a) Definitions. As used in this clause

"Contractor Identification Number," as used in this provision, means "Data
Universal Numbering System (DUNS) number, which is a nine-digit number
assigned by Dun and Bradstreet Information Services, to identify unique
business entities (taken from CCR clause)

"Data Universal Numbering System +4 (DUNS+4) number" means the DUNS number
assigned by D&B plus a 4-character suffix that may be assigned by a business
concern. (D&B has no affiliation with this 4-character suffix.) This 4-
character suffix may be assigned at the discretion of the business concern to
establish additional CCR records for identifying alternative Electronic Funds
Transfer.

(b) Contractor identification is essential for receiving payment and
complying with statutory contract reporting requirements. Therefore, the
offeror shall provide its DUNS or DUNS+4 number below. The DUNS number will
be used by the Contracting Officer to verify that the offeror is registered
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DUNS OR DUNS+4 NUMBER: _________________________

(c) If the offeror does not have a DUNS number, it should contact Dun and
Bradstreet directly to obtain one.

(1) An offeror may obtain a DUNS number
(i) If located within the United States, by calling Dun and Bradstreet at 1-
866-705-5711 or via the Internet at http://www.dnb.com/; or
(ii) If located outside the United States, by contacting the local Dun and
Bradstreet office.

(2) The offeror should be prepared to provide the following information:
(i) Company legal business.
(ii) Trade style, doing business, or other name by which your entity is
commonly recognized.
(iii) Company Physical Street Address, City, State, and ZIP Code.
(iv) Company Mailing Address, City, State and ZIP Code (if different from
physical street address).
(v) Company Telephone Number.
(vi) Date the company was started.
(vii) Number of employees at your location.
(viii) Chief executive officer/key manager.
(ix) Line of business (industry).
(x) Company Headquarters name and address (reporting relationship within your
entity).

L.1   DEFINITIONS

(a)   Wherever the word “bidder” appears it shall mean “offeror”.

(b)   Wherever the word “bid” appears it shall mean “offer”.

(c) In this part, wherever the word “submittals” appears it shall be meant
to include, to the extent called for in the solicitation, a completed SF 1442
with price(s) and acknowledgment of amendments, technical proposal, bid bond,
completed Representations and Certifications part, Business Declaration Form,
and other requirements specified in the solicitation.

L.2   PROSPECTIVE OFFEROR’S REQUESTS FOR EXPLANATIONS

If the offeror (you) wants the FAA (we, our) to explain or interpret the SIR,
drawings, specifications, or other information, request it early enough to
allow us to send our response to all prospective offerors before they submit
their offers. Oral explanations or instructions we give before contract award
will be binding only if we confirm them in writing. We will promptly provide
any information we give you about a SIR to all other prospective offerors as
a SIR amendment if the lack of that information would be prejudicial to any
other offerors. Please email any questions no later than January 20th 2012 by
2:00PM EST to Joseph.Woodfield@faa.gov.

L.3   PREPARATION OF SUBMITTALS

(a) Offerors are expected to examine all drawings, specifications,
schedules, and instructions carefully and in their entirety. Failure to do
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(b) Offerors shall submit their price proposal on the Standard Form 1442 (SF
1442), in Item No. 17, or on copies of that form. The offeror shall print or
type its name and manually sign and date the offer. Offers signed by an
agent shall be accompanied by evidence of that agent’s authority, unless that
evidence has been previously furnished to the issuing office. The person
signing the form must initial each erasure or change appearing on the form.

(c) Alternate offers will not be considered unless this solicitation
authorizes their submission; i.e. offers for supplies or services other than
those specified will not be considered.

(d) Each offeror shall furnish the information required by the solicitation.
Offerors are expected to carefully examine the drawings, specifications and
all other contract clauses and instructions in their entirety. For example,
if a proposal guarantee (or bid bond) is specified, it must be submitted with
the offer or the offer will be considered non-responsive. Another example is
the submission of qualifications data and references to show the minimum
experience specified for the type of work being contracted for; if this data
is not provided, and it is not already on file, the Government may reject the
offer provided. Offerors are required to complete the Business Declaration
Form attached to this solicitation, and Part 2, Representations and
Certifications, in their entirety, and submit these with their offer.

(e) Unless specified in the solicitation, offerors must state a definite
time for delivery of supplies or for performance of services. Time, if
stated as a number of days, will include Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays,
unless specifically stated otherwise.

L.4   PROPOSAL PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS – GENERAL

This section provides general guidance for preparing proposals, as well as
specific instructions on the format and content of the proposal. The
Offeror’s proposal must include all data and information requested by these
instructions and must be submitted in accordance with these instructions.
The Offeror shall comply with all requirements as stated in the solicitation.

The proposal shall be clear and concise, and shall include sufficient detail
for effective evaluation and for substantiating the validity of stated
claims. The proposal shall not simply restate or rephrase the Government’s
requirements, but rather provide convincing rationale to address how the
Offeror intends to meet these requirements. Offerors shall assume that the
Government has no prior knowledge of their facilities and experience, and
will base its evaluation on the information presented in the Offeror’s
proposal.

Offerors are expected to examine, read, and understand all of the provisions
of this SIR in their entirety including all drawings, specifications,
schedules, instructions, and the terms and conditions as stated in the SIR.
Failure to do so will be at the Offeror’s risk.

L.5   OFFEROR’S SUBMISSION

Offerors are advised that evaluation of their proposal shall be in accordance
with the evaluation criteria found in Section M – Evaluation Factors for
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sufficient detail for effective evaluation and for substantiating the
validity of stated claims.

PART I – Technical Proposal

Each offeror shall submit an original and three (3) copies to include all
data and information required for evaluation, and exclude any reference to
the pricing aspects of the offer. Format shall be as follows:

      1) Submit a cover sheet that clearly identifies the technical proposal
      response and each of the factors separated by tabs.
      2) Submit information on 8 ½” x11” white paper, typed, single spaced,
      and with a font size not less that 10 nor more than 14, except that
      responses to Technical Factor Number Three, Construction Schedule, may
      be on larger 11” x 17” fold-out sheets to facilitate presentation of
      information. Submit responses to Technical Factors using the forms (or
      copies thereof) attached to the end of this section.

The Technical Proposal shall include information/documentation in sufficient
detail to clearly identify the offeror’s overall qualifications, experience
and abilities and be subdivided into the following factors, in the order
listed:

Factor One: Contractor Qualifications and Experience
Factor Two: Past Performance
Factor Three: Construction Schedule

PART II – Price Proposal

The Part II - Price Proposal is to be included in the Bid Package in a
“Separately sealed package” meaning separate from the Technical Proposal.


Included with the Price Proposal each offeror shall submit an original and
three (3) copies to include the following:

     a. SF-1442, fully executed
     b. Acknowledgement of each amendment(s) (if applicable)
     c. Part III, Section J- completed Proposal/Bid Bond (SF 24)
     d. Part III, Section J- completed Business Declaration Form
     e. Part IV, Section K fully executed
     f. Any applicable fill-in clauses in the SIR

The Offeror shall make no stipulations on the Price Proposal Form nor qualify
the Price Proposal in any manner.

Proposals are due by August 23rd, 2012 by 2:00 P.M.

Any submission received at the William J. Hughes Technical Center,
Acquisition Services Group, ACQ-4A2, 4th floor, Atlantic City International
Airport, New Jersey 08405, after 2:00 P.M. will not be considered, unless the
conditions under Provision No. 3.2.2.3-14, Late Submissions, Modifications,
and Withdrawals of Submittals, apply.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Offerors are advised of the heightened security at the FAA
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the facility to hand-deliver proposals unless they are in possession of a
valid DOT/FAA photo ID.

Therefore, proposals should be mailed to the attention of the FAA Contracting
Officer:

                      Federal Aviation Administration
                      William J. Hughes Technical Center
                      Acquisition Services Group, AAQ-620
                      Attn.: Joseph Woodfield
                      Atlantic City Int’l Airport, NJ 08405

Additionally, offerors are reminded of the requirements contained in AMS
Clauses 3.2.2.3-13 “Submission of Information/Documentation/Offers” and
3.2.2.3-14 “Late Submissions, Modifications, and Withdrawals of Submittals”.


                         Technical Proposal Attachments

      When preparing their Technical Proposal, each offeror shall address the
     specified Technical Factors using the following forms attached hereafter:


Factor One:     Contractor Qualifications and Experience

1.   Key Personnel Resumes

               a. Field Superintendent
               b. Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)
               c. PVC Manufacturer’s Field Representative

2.   Material Manufacturers/Suppliers

              a. PVC Membrane Roofing

3.   Material Installers

               a. PVC Membrane Roofing

4.   Testing Agency


Factor Two:     Past Performance

1.     PVC Membrane Roofing (3 projects)

2.   Roofing projects demonstrating experience in:

             a. Incorporation of proper safety procedures for fall protection
                during construction and use of hi-lift equipment.
            b. Demolition, with construction and demolition waste management,
                including recycling and/or salvage of demolished materials.


Factor Three:     Construction Schedule




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            FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                                  KEY PERSONNEL

                               Field Superintendent

                                      Resume

   Position:                                   Field Superintendent
    Name:                                    _________________________________
    Employer:                                _________________________________
    Years Experience in position:            _________________________________
                                                 (minimum 5 years required)
    Education (highest level):               _________________________________
    Certifications/Licenses:                 _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
    Relevant Training:                       _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
                                             _________________________________

                               Relevant Experience:

 The Field Superintendent must have prior work experience on at least two (2)
completed PVC roofing projects of similar scope, scale and complexity to this
                                 solicitation:

                                   Project # 1:

   Project Title:                            __________________________________
   Project Location:                         __________________________________
   Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
   Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
   Contract Cost:                            __________________________________

                         Brief Project Description:
          (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used):

   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________


                     Project # 1 reference information:

    Client company name and address:         _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
        Point of Contact:
          Name and Title:                    _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
          Phone Number:                      _________________________________
          Email Address:                     _________________________________




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        FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                              KEY PERSONNEL

                            Field Superintendent

                              Resume (cont’d)

                                Project # 2:

Project Title:                            __________________________________
Project Location:                         __________________________________
Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
Contract Cost:                            __________________________________

                      Brief Project Description:
       (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used):

______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________


                  Project # 2 reference information:

Client company name and address:          _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
      Point of Contact:
       Name and Title:                    _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
      Phone Number:                       _________________________________
      Email Address:                      _________________________________


        FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                              KEY PERSONNEL

                      Site Safety and Health Officer

     (Note:   May be same individual as the Field Superintendent)

                                   Resume
Position:                                   Site Safety and Health Officer
 Name:                                    _________________________________
 Employer:                                _________________________________
 Years Experience in position:            _________________________________
                                              (minimum 5 years required)
Education (highest level):                _________________________________
Certifications/Licenses:                  _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
Relevant Training:                        _________________________________
                                          _________________________________



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                                                _________________________________

 (Note: The SSHO must possess a sound working knowledge of state and federal
occupational safety and health regulations and have completed formal training
in occupational safety and health. The SSHO’s training must have included an
        OSHA sponsored or approved course in worker fall protection.)

                                  Relevant Experience:

  The SSHO must have prior work experience on at least two (2) completed PVC
roofing projects of similar scope, scale and complexity to this solicitation:

                                      Project # 1:

    Project Title:                              __________________________________
    Project Location:                           __________________________________
    Contract Time (length):                     __________________________________
    Contract Completion Date:                   __________________________________
    Contract Cost:                              __________________________________

                          Brief Project Description:
     (Include size (square footage of roofing) and major materials used):

    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________



               FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                                     KEY PERSONNEL

                             Site Safety and Health Officer

         (Note:     May be same individual as the Field Superintendent)

                                    Resume (cont’d)

Project # 1 reference information:


    Client company name and address:            _________________________________
                                                _________________________________
                                                _________________________________
          Point of Contact:
           Name and Title:                      _________________________________
                                                _________________________________
          Phone Number:                         _________________________________
          Email Address:                        _________________________________


Project # 2:

    Project Title:                              __________________________________
    Project Location:                           __________________________________
    Contract Time (length):                     __________________________________
    Contract Completion Date:                   __________________________________



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 Contract Cost:                          __________________________________

                       Brief Project Description:
        (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used):

 ______________________________________________________________________
 ______________________________________________________________________
 ______________________________________________________________________


                    Project # 2 reference information:

 Client company name and address:        _________________________________
                                         _________________________________
                                         _________________________________
       Point of Contact:
        Name and Title:                  _________________________________
                                         _________________________________
       Phone Number:                     _________________________________
       Email Address:                    _________________________________


         FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                               KEY PERSONNEL


                  PVC Manufacturer’s Field Representative

                                  Resume
    Position:                                PVC Manuf. Tech. Field Rep.
 Name:                                    _________________________________
  Employer:                              ________________________________
 Years Experience in position:            ________________________________
                                              (minimum 5 years required)
 Education (highest level):              _________________________________
 Certifications/Licenses:                _________________________________
                                         _________________________________

 (Note: Certifications must include evidence that the Technical Field
   Representative has been approved by the PVC membrane roof system
   manufacturer. Attach certification or other appropriate documentation
   from the PVC membrane roof system manufacturer attesting to this
                             requirement.)


 Relevant Training:                      _________________________________
                                         _________________________________

                           Relevant Experience:


The Technical Field Representative must have prior work experience on at
least two (2) completed PVC roofing projects of similar scope, scale and
                    complexity to this solicitation:

                               Project # 1:




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Project Title:                          __________________________________
Project Location:                       __________________________________
Contract Time (length):                 __________________________________
Contract Completion Date:               __________________________________
Contract Cost:                          __________________________________

                      Brief Project Description:
       (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used):

______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________


                  Project # 1 reference information:

Client company name and address:        _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
      Point of Contact:
       Name and Title:                  _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
      Phone Number:                     _________________________________
      Email Address:                    _________________________________

        FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                              KEY PERSONNEL


               PVC Manufacturer’s Field Representative

                             Resume (cont’d)

                              Project # 2:

Project Title:                          __________________________________
Project Location:                       __________________________________
Contract Time (length):                 __________________________________
Contract Completion Date:               __________________________________
Contract Cost:                          __________________________________

                      Brief Project Description:
       (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used):

______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________


                  Project # 2 reference information:

Client company name and address:        _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
      Point of Contact:
       Name and Title:                  _________________________________
                                        _________________________________



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          Phone Number:                      _________________________________
          Email Address:                     _________________________________


            FACTOR ONE: CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                       MATERIAL MANUFACTURERS/SUPPLIERS

                    PVC Membrane Roofing Manufacturer/Supplier


    Company Name:                            _________________________________
    Address:                                 _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
    Point of Contact:                        _________________________________
                                             Phone: _________________________
                                             Email: _________________________

    Company Experience (yrs):                _________________________________
                                                (minimum 10 years required)

  Certifications:     1. Submit/attach sample 20 year single-source full roof
                                 system warranty

                       2. Submit certification that materials supplied will be
                          in accordance with Specification Section 07 54 19.


            FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                               MATERIAL INSTALLERS

                          PVC Membrane Roofing Installer

    Company Name:                            _________________________________
    Address:                                 _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
    Point of Contact:                        _________________________________
                                             Phone: _________________________
                                             Email: _________________________

    Company Experience (yrs):                _________________________________
                                                 (minimum 5 years required)


Certifications:   Submit letter indicating PVC membrane roofing installer is
approved, authorized or licensed by the PVC membrane roofing
manufacturer/supplier for installation of the specified products at a level
capable of providing the specified full roof system warranty required by the
solicitation.


            FACTOR ONE:    CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                                  TESTING AGENCY


    Company Name:                            _________________________________



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    Address:                                  _________________________________
                                              _________________________________
                                              _________________________________
    Point of Contact:                         _________________________________
                                              Phone: _________________________
                                              Email: _________________________

    Company Experience:                       _________________________________
                                                  (minimum 5 years required)

Certifications:   a. Submit/attach evidence that the testing agency complies
with the basic requirements of ASTM E 329, “Standard Specification for
Agencies Engaged in Construction Inspection and/or Testing”, and is
authorized to operate in the State of New Jersey.

b. Submit/attach evidence that the testing agency is not affiliated with the
offeror or any manufacturer/supplier or installer to be used by the offeror
on the contract resulting from this solicitation.


               FACTOR ONE:   CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                               TESTING AGENCY (cont’d)


                         Prior Similar Testing Experience:

Submit evidence indicating that the testing agency has successfully performed
 and certified field tests similar to those required for this solicitation on
  at least three (3) roofing projects similar in scope and complexity to this
                                    project:

                                    Project # 1:

    Project Title:                            __________________________________
    Project Location:                         __________________________________
    Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
    Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
    Contract Cost:                            __________________________________


                            Brief Project Description:
                (Include size (sf of roofing) and tests performed:

    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________


                        Project # 1 reference information:

    Client company name and address:        _________________________________
                                            _________________________________
                                            _________________________________
                                  Point of Contact:
          Name and Title:                   _________________________________
                                            _________________________________
          Phone Number:                     _________________________________



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      Email Address:                     _________________________________


        FACTOR ONE:     CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                          TESTING AGENCY (cont’d)



                               Project # 2:

Project Title:                           __________________________________
Project Location:                        __________________________________
Contract Time (length):                  __________________________________
Contract Completion Date:                __________________________________
Contract Cost:                           __________________________________

                      Brief Project Description:
          (Include size (sf of roofing) and tests performed:

______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________


                  Project # 2 reference information:

Client company name and address:       _________________________________
                                       _________________________________
                                       _________________________________
                             Point of Contact:
      Name and Title:                  _________________________________
                                       _________________________________
      Phone Number:                    _________________________________
      Email Address:                   _________________________________


        FACTOR ONE:     CONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
                          TESTING AGENCY (cont’d)


                               Project # 3:

Project Title:                           __________________________________
Project Location:                        __________________________________
Contract Time (length):                  __________________________________
Contract Completion Date:                __________________________________
Contract Cost:                           __________________________________


                      Brief Project Description:
          (Include size (sf of roofing) and tests performed:

______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________




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                     Project # 3 reference information:

   Client company name and address:          _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
         Point of Contact:
          Name and Title:                    _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
         Phone Number:                       _________________________________
         Email Address:                      _________________________________


                          FACTOR TWO:   PAST PERFORMANCE


Provide past performance information on (3) completed projects involving the
                 installation of new PVC membrane roofing.

                                  Project # 1:

   Project Title:                            __________________________________
   Project Location:                         __________________________________
   Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
   Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
   Contract Cost:                            __________________________________

                         Brief Project Description:
          (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used:

   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________

   Types and value ($ or %) of project work directly executed by offeror:

   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________

                Special project requirements or constraints:

  _______________________________________________________________________
  _______________________________________________________________________

                     Project # 1 reference information:

   Client company name and address:          _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
         Point of Contact:
          Name and Title:                    _________________________________
                                             _________________________________
         Phone Number:                       _________________________________
         Email Address:                      _________________________________



                          FACTOR TWO:   PAST PERFORMANCE



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Provide past performance information on (3) completed projects involving the
             installation of new PVC membrane roofing (cont’d):

                                  Project # 2:

   Project Title:                            __________________________________
   Project Location:                         __________________________________
   Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
   Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
   Contract Cost:                            __________________________________

                         Brief Project Description:
          (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used:

   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________

   Types and value ($ or %) of project work directly executed by offeror:

   ______________________________________________________________________
   ______________________________________________________________________

                Special project requirements or constraints:

  _______________________________________________________________________
  _______________________________________________________________________


                     Project # 2 reference information:

   Client company name and address:       _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
                                Point of Contact:
         Name and Title:                  _________________________________
                                          _________________________________
         Phone Number:                    _________________________________
         Email Address:                   _________________________________


                          FACTOR TWO:   PAST PERFORMANCE

Provide past performance information on (3) completed projects involving the
             installation of new PVC membrane roofing (cont’d):

                                  Project # 3:

   Project Title:                            __________________________________
   Project Location:                         __________________________________
   Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
   Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
   Contract Cost:                            __________________________________

                         Brief Project Description:
          (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used:



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    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________

    Types and value ($ or %) of project work directly executed by offeror:

    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________

                 Special project requirements or constraints:

   _______________________________________________________________________
   _______________________________________________________________________


                      Project # 3 reference information:

    Client company name and address:          _________________________________
                                              _________________________________
                                              _________________________________
          Point of Contact:
           Name and Title:                    _________________________________
                                              _________________________________
          Phone Number:                       _________________________________
          Email Address:                      _________________________________


                           FACTOR TWO:   PAST PERFORMANCE

Provide past performance information on completed roofing projects which
included the types of work listed below. This experience may have been
attained on the projects cited previously or on different projects, and may
have been attained through projects of the offeror’s proposed subcontractors.
Experience is required in all of the types of work listed, though not
necessarily on the same project:

1.    Incorporation of proper safety procedures for fall protection during
construction and use of hi-lift equipment.

2.    Demolition, with construction and demolition waste management,
including recycling and/or salvage of demolished materials.

                                   Project # 1:

    Project Title:                            __________________________________
    Project Location:                         __________________________________
    Contract Time (length):                   __________________________________
    Contract Completion Date:                 __________________________________
    Contract Cost:                            __________________________________

                          Brief Project Description:
           (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used:

    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________



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Types and value ($ or %) of project work from list above directly executed by
 offeror or by a proposed subcontractor (if subcontracted, identify proposed
                               subcontractor):

     ______________________________________________________________________
     ______________________________________________________________________

                       Project # 1 reference information:

     Client company name and address:            _________________________________
                                                 _________________________________
                                                 _________________________________
           Point of Contact:
            Name and Title:                      _________________________________
                                                 _________________________________
           Phone Number:                         _________________________________
           Email Address:                        _________________________________



                            FACTOR TWO:     PAST PERFORMANCE

Provide past performance information on completed roofing projects which
included the types of work listed below. This experience may have been
attained on the projects cited previously or on different projects, and may
have been attained through projects of the offeror’s proposed subcontactors.
Experience is required in all of the types of work listed, though not
necessarily on the same project:

1.    Incorporation of proper safety procedures for fall protection during
      construction and use of hi-lift equipment.
2.    Demolition, with construction and demolition waste management,
      including recycling and/or salvage of demolished materials.

                                          (cont’d)

 Project # 2:

     Project Title:                              __________________________________
     Project Location:                           __________________________________
     Contract Time (length):                     __________________________________
     Contract Completion Date:                   __________________________________
     Contract Cost:                              __________________________________

                           Brief Project Description:
            (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used:

     ______________________________________________________________________
     ______________________________________________________________________
     ______________________________________________________________________

Types and value ($ or %) of project work from list above directly executed by
 offeror or by a proposed subcontractor (if subcontracted, identify proposed
                               subcontractor):

     ______________________________________________________________________



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    ______________________________________________________________________

                      Project # 2 reference information:

    Client company name and address:            _________________________________
                                                _________________________________
                                                _________________________________
          Point of Contact:
           Name and Title:                      _________________________________
                                                _________________________________
          Phone Number:                         _________________________________
          Email Address:                        _________________________________




                           FACTOR TWO:     PAST PERFORMANCE

Provide past performance information on completed roofing projects which
included the types of work listed below. This experience may have been
attained on the projects cited previously or on different projects, and may
have been attained through projects of the offeror’s proposed subcontactors.
Experience is required in all of the types of work listed, though not
necessarily on the same project:

  1. Incorporation of proper safety procedures for fall protection during
      construction and use of hi-lift equipment.
  2. Demolition, with construction and demolition waste management,
      including recycling and/or salvage of demolished materials.

                                         (cont’d)


                                   Project # 3:

    Project Title:                              __________________________________
    Project Location:                           __________________________________
    Contract Time (length):                     __________________________________
    Contract Completion Date:                   __________________________________
    Contract Cost:                              __________________________________

                          Brief Project Description:
           (Include size (sf of roofing) and major materials used:

    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________

Types and value ($ or %) of project work from list above directly executed by
 offeror or by a proposed subcontractor (if subcontracted, identify proposed
                               subcontractor):

    ______________________________________________________________________
    ______________________________________________________________________

                      Project # 3 reference information:




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Client company name and address:        _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
     Point of Contact:
      Name and Title:                   _________________________________
                                        _________________________________
      Phone Number:                     _________________________________
      Email Address:                    _________________________________


                (ADD ADDITIONAL PROJECTS IF REQUIRED)



            FACTOR THREE:      CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

 Submit a construction schedule with sufficient information indicating
 the progression and duration of activities needed to execute the work
 required within the allowable contract time specified. The proposed
 construction schedule shall properly address all of the requirements
 specified in Part I, Section F, “Deliveries or Performance” (i.e.,
 special scheduling requirements, working hours and other work
 restrictions).




 The proposed construction schedule shall indicate, as a minimum, the
 information specified in the paragraph titled “Construction Schedule”
 in Part I, Section F, “Deliveries or Performance”. The construction
 schedule shall be presented in Gantt Chart format or another similar
 format which clearly and simply illustrates the required information.

 The offeror’s proposed construction schedule shall be based on an
 assumed contract award date of September 28, 2012 with an assumed
 Notice To Proceed (NTP) date of October 29, 2012. The offeror’s
 proposed schedule shall reflect completion of all work within 180
 calendar days after NTP (no later than April 27, 2013) based on the
 assumed NTP date)

 (OFFEROR TO ATTACH PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE)


                         (End of Section L)




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                                       PART IV - SECTION M
                                  EVALUATION FACTORS FOR AWARD


M.1     INTRODUCTION

This section outlines factors the Government will consider in evaluating
offerors’ proposals submitted in response to this solicitation for the roof
replacement on Building 203 at the FAA’s William J. Hughes Technical Center.
The evaluation factors are intended to cover the scope of the evaluation to
be performed on proposals submitted in response to the Screening Information
Request (SIR). Section L, Instructions, Conditions, and Notices to Offeror’s
of this SIR, defines the submission requirements from each Offeror for this
evaluation. Section C, Specifications, of this SIR, provides details
regarding the Statement of Work.

M.2         EVALUATION OVERVIEW

The Government intends to evaluate proposals and award one contract in
response to this SIR. The burden of providing thorough and complete
information rests with the offeror. Only information supplied in full text
in the proposal will be evaluated. Offerors are cautioned that failure to
provide all the required information may result in elimination of the offeror
from further consideration for award.

The Government reserves the right:

      (1)      to make an award on initial proposals and without discussions or
               negotiations, or
      (2)      to conduct discussions or negotiations with any competing offeror,
               or all competing offerors as the situation warrants, and to request
               submission of revised proposals, or
      (3)      to award a contract immediately following conclusion of all the
               evaluations, and may or may not require discussions or negotiations
               with the successful offeror.

Therefore, it is critical that each offer be fully responsive to this SIR and
its provisions.

No contractual obligation or liability on the part of the Government shall
exist unless and until the contract is awarded. Therefore, no offeror should
begin work on the services and other requirements called for by this SIR
until after formal notice of contract award.

M.3         BASIS FOR CONTRACT AWARD

Procedure

A detailed evaluation will be performed on each proposal submitted.        Final
selection and award will be based on the technically acceptable and
responsible offeror providing the lowest price to the government.




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The Process

The process for this source selection will be in accordance with Section L
procedures and Section M criteria as follows:

All technical proposals will be evaluated on a pass/fail basis by the FAA
Technical Evaluation Team (TET). Failure of an offeror to meet all of the
requirements of the specified technical evaluation factors will cause that
offeror to be eliminated from consideration for award. Offerors will also be
evaluated for responsibility.

M.4   RESPONSIBILITY EVALUATION

Prior to contract award, a prospective offeror must be determined
responsible. To be considered responsible, an offeror must have adequate
financial resources to perform the contract or be able to obtain them, be
able to comply with the delivery schedule, have a satisfactory performance
record, have a satisfactory record of integrity and business ethics, have
necessary skills, equipment and facilities or ability to obtain them, and be
otherwise qualified and eligible to receive an award under applicable laws
and regulations.   The Government reserves the right to conduct a pre-award
survey on a proposed contractor or any proposed subcontractors.

M.5   TECHNICAL EVALUATION

The TET will evaluate each offeror’s proposal based on the evaluation factors
listed herein. The TET will utilize a pass/fail rating when evaluating each
offeror’s proposal. It is the responsibility of the offeror to provide all
information requested and to fully demonstrate, document and substantiate all
information provided in the technical proposal.

M.6    TECHNICAL EVALUATION FACTORS

The FAA’s objective is to select a qualified contractor to replace the roof
on Building 300 at the William J. Hughes Technical Center.

Order of Importance for Technical Evaluation Factors:

All technical evaluation factors are of equal importance and will be scored
on a pass/fail basis. Failure of an offeror to meet all of the requirements
of the specified technical evaluation factors will cause that offeror to be
eliminated from consideration from award.

Technical Evaluation Factors:

The technical evaluation factors are as follows:

Factor One: Contractor Qualifications and Experience
Factor Two: Past Performance
Factor Three: Construction Schedule

Details of the specific technical evaluation factors are as follows:

Factor One: Contractor Qualifications and Experience




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Each offeror’s proposal will be evaluated as a measure of the Government’s
confidence that the offeror has the requisite knowledge, skills, and
abilities to successfully manage and execute the requirements for the roof
replacement on Building 203 based on the offeror’s qualifications and
experience. Specifically, each offeror will be evaluated for possession of
the minimum required levels of relevant experience, education, training,
certifications and licenses applicable to their organization, including the
key personnel indicated, as well as to the offeror’s proposed major material
manufacturers/suppliers, installers and testing agency.

Accordingly, each offeror shall submit the following information:

1. Resumes for the following key personnel assigned to the project:

      (a)   Field Superintendent
      (b)   Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)
      (c)   PVC membrane roof system manufacturer’s Technical Field
            Representative

      Resumes must indicate:

      (a)   A description of the current employment and position title,
            education, training, relevant experience, certifications and
            applicable licensing of each of the key personnel in their respective
            areas of expertise. The Field Superintendent and SSHO must report
            directly to the offeror and may be the same individual.
      (b)   Each individual has a minimum of 5 years experience in their
            respective fields with responsibilities and duties similar to those
            which are required for this solicitation.
      (c)   Evidence that the Field Superintendent, SSHO and Technical Field
            Representative have work experience on at least two (2) completed PVC
            roofing projects of similar scope, scale and complexity to this
            solicitation.
      (d)   Evidence that the SSHO possesses a sound working knowledge of state
            and federal occupational safety and health regulations and has
            completed formal educational training in occupational safety and
            health. The SSHO’s training must have included an OSHA sponsored or
            approved course in worker fall protection.
      (e)   Evidence that the Technical Field Representative has been approved by
            the PVC membrane roof system manufacturer.

2. The names, addresses and principal points of contact for each of the
following major material manufacturers/suppliers:

      (a)   PVC membrane roofing

In addition, provide the following information:

      (a)   Evidence that each major manufacturer/supplier has a minimum of 10
            years experience in their respective fields.
      (b)   Evidence that the PVC membrane roofing manufacturer/supplier is
            capable of issuing the specified 20 year single-source full roof
            system warranty as required by the solicitation.

 3.     The names, addresses and principal points of contact for each of the
        following major material installers:




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   (a)   PVC membrane roofing

In addition, provide the following information:

   (a)   Evidence that each major material installer has a minimum of 5 years
         experience installing the types of products and materials specified
         for this solicitation.
   (b)   Evidence that the PVC membrane roofing installer is approved,
         authorized or licensed by the PVC membrane roofing
         manufacturer/supplier for installation of the specified products at a
         level capable of providing the specified full roof system warranty
         required by the solicitation.

4. The name, address and    principal point of contact for the Testing Agency
to be used for performing   and certifying field tests for (1) wind uplift,
leakage, anchor pull-out,   and roof drain integrity for the roofing system,
(2) water leakage for the   skylights, and (3) integrity of fall protection
system anchor assemblies.    In addition, provide the following information:

   (a)   Evidence that the testing agency has a minimum of 5 years experience
         and has successfully performed and certified field tests similar to
         those required for this solicitation on at least three (3) roofing
         projects similar in scope and complexity to this project.
   (b)   Evidence that the testing agency complies with the basic requirements
         of ASTM E 329, “Standard Specification for Agencies Engaged in
         Construction Inspection and/or Testing”, and is authorized to operate
         in the State of New Jersey.
   (c)   Certification that the testing agency is not affiliated with the
         offeror or any manufacturer/supplier or installer to be used by the
         offeror on the contract resulting from this solicitation.

Factor Two: Past Performance

Each offeror’s proposal will be evaluated as a measure of the Government’s
confidence in the offeror’s ability to successfully provide the roof
replacement on Building 203 based on the Contractor’s past performance on
similar projects. In assessing past performance, the Government will use
submitted past performance data to evaluate the Contractor’s ability to
successfully perform the requirements of this solicitation.

In determining the relevancy of a past performance project the Government
will consider the size and complexity of each project and its similarities to
this project in terms of the types of work required, including shift work,
safety procedures, demolition procedures, construction and demolition waste
management, and installation of PVC membrane roofing and skylights. In
evaluating this factor, the Government will include the past performance
information gathered from contractor-provided references.

Accordingly, each offeror shall submit the following information:

   (a) Descriptions of experience and performance on at least three (3)
       completed projects involving the installation of new PVC membrane
       roofing. For each project, provide:

                 1. Project title and location
                 2. Length of contract time and date completed
                 3. Total contract cost



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                4. Brief description of the project, including size (i.e.,
                   square feet of roofing) and major materials used.
                5. Types and value of contract work executed by the offeror.
                6. Special project requirements or constraints, if any.
                7. Project reference information (i.e., Client company name
                   and name, title, address, phone number and email address
                   of client contact).

   (b) In addition, the offeror must demonstrate successful experience and
       performance in the following types of work on at least one (1)
       completed roofing project. This experience may have been attained on
       the projects cited above or on different projects, and may have been
       attained through projects of the offeror’s proposed subcontractors.
       Experience is required in all of the types of work listed, though not
       necessarily on the same project:

                1. Incorporation of proper safety procedures for fall
                   protection during construction and use of hi-lift
                   equipment.
                2. Demolition, with construction and demolition waste
                   management, including recycling and/or salvage of
                   demolished materials.

     For each project, provide:

                1. Project title and location
                2. Length of contract time and date completed
                3. Total contract cost
                4. Brief description of the project, including size (i.e.,
                   square feet of roofing).
                5. Type(s) and value(s) of work executed by the offeror (or
                   proposed subcontractor) from the list above.
                6. Project reference information (i.e., Client company name
                   and name, title, address, phone number and email address
                   of client contact).


Factor Three: Construction Schedule

Each offeror’s proposal will be evaluated as a measure of the Government’s
confidence in the offeror’s ability to properly sequence, schedule and
execute the work required for the roof replacement on Building 203 within the
time allotted in this solicitation based on the offeror’s preparation of a
logical and reasonable construction schedule which reflects all of the
requirements and constraints specified in this solicitation.

Accordingly, each offeror shall submit a construction schedule with
sufficient information indicating the progression and duration of activities
needed to execute the work required within the allowable contract time
specified. The proposed construction schedule shall properly address all of
the requirements specified in Part I, Section F, “Deliveries or Performance”.

The proposed construction schedule shall indicate, as a minimum, the
information specified in the paragraph titled “Construction Schedule” in Part
I, Section F, “Deliveries or Performance”. The construction schedule shall
be presented in Gantt Chart format or another similar format which clearly
and simply illustrates the required information.



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The offeror’s proposed construction schedule shall be based on an assumed
contract award date of September 28th, 2012 with an assumed Notice To Proceed
(NTP) date of October 29th, 2012. The offeror’s proposed schedule shall
reflect completion of all work within 180 calendar days after NTP (no later
than April 27, 2013) based on the assumed NTP date).

M.7   PRICE EVALUATION

The deciding factor in the final source selection decision among technically
acceptable, responsible offerors will be the Offeror’s proposal providing the
government with the lowest price.

M.8 CONTRACT AWARD SUMMARY

(a) Contract Award will be made to a vendor who has established their
technical competence relative to the evaluation factors and whom also
proposes the lowest responsible price. To be determined responsible, an
offeror must have the adequate resources (financial, technical, etc.) to
perform the contract, or the ability to obtain them. They also must be able
to comply with the required or proposed delivery or performance schedule,
considering all existing business commitments plus have a satisfactory
performance record and also have a satisfactory record of integrity and
business ethics.

The offeror must submit the documents identified in “Offeror’s Submission”
(See Section L. of this document), and have attended the scheduled mandatory
site visit.

(b) The Government may reject any or all submittals if such action is in the
public interest and waive informalities and minor irregularities in offers
received.

(c) A submittal in response to this solicitation should contain the offeror's
best terms from a cost or price standpoint.

A written award or acceptance of offer mailed or otherwise furnished to the
successful offeror within the time for acceptance specified in the offer
shall result in a binding contract without further action by either party.


                             (End of Section M)




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