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					REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 Los Alamos National Security, LLC (LANS) intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for award of a Subcontract to provide services/goods generally described below to prequalified offerors only. This prequalification solicitation was previously issued in August 2009 as a total small business set-aside. It is now issued for full and open competition. The scope of work details provided below provides additional information to allow potential offeror’s further insight in order to properly respond to this solicitation. To be deemed prequalified to receive the RFP, a potential offeror must provide documentation necessary to demonstrate their ability to meet each element of the Prequalification Criteria set forth below. Submitted information must be organized in such a manner that reviewers can easily locate responses to questions and requirements. Information submitted that does not directly address the Prequalification Criteria below will not be considered. Failure to clearly state how the criteria are met or failure to respond by the stipulated time may result in a potential offeror not receiving the RFP. To support the prequalification evaluation process, provide the following potential offeror information: Potential Offeror Name: Business Size Classification: Address:

Contact Name: Phone Number: Fax Number: Email Address: DUNS No.: Potential Offeror/Teaming Partners/Lower-Tier Subcontractors: While all aspects of subcontract performance may be accomplished by a single company, the potential offeror may elect to utilize teaming partner(s), including lower-tier subcontractor(s). Potential offeror prequalification will be based upon the experience and capabilities of all the potential offeror’s teaming partner(s), including lower-tier subcontractor(s). Any change in the composition of the potential offeror’s prequalified team (including business unit changes) will void the potential offeror’s prequalification. Potential offerors that change their team composition must provide a new prequalification submission and receive prequalification from LANS before their proposal, in response to the RFP, will be accepted. A detailed description must be provided of how the potential offeror’s team will be comprised, including each company, teaming partner, and lower-tier subcontractor that would perform any portion of the onsite work and meet any of the specified Prequalification Criteria below. The description of on-site work should include a presentation of the team’s conceptual approach to project execution incorporating previously designed and/or deployed systems by members of the team. This may include: waste retrieval processes, waste package staging and transportation, non-destructive analysis and classification, waste sorting, detailed resizing and repackaging techniques, and off-site shipment and disposal documentation. It should also contain the proposed teams organizational structure with individual roles and responsibilities of essential disciplines or technical functions indicated.
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 In addressing each of the Prequalification Criteria, the potential offeror must clearly identify which teaming partner’s experience is being cited, consistent with potential offeror’s planned structure for its bid proposal and how the team will operate as a business entity should it receive the subcontract award. Experience of the respondent, lower-tier subcontractors, or other teaming partners shall be limited to corporate experience. Experience of parent companies, subsidiaries, or other corporate affiliates will not be considered unless these corporate entities are also a part of the respondent’s team and meet all applicable requirements of these prequalification criteria. If supporting information provided at the time of proposal offering does not support a “Yes” answer provided to any of the questions below, Potential offeror’s proposal may be deemed unacceptable and excluded from further consideration. The content of this request may be duplicated as necessary for submittal of data for teaming partner(s) and Teaming subcontractor(s). Note that the content of this request must also be used by a successful Subcontractor to submit data to qualify any proposed substitution of subtier subcontractors after award of the Subcontract. Data submitted for (Company Name): This Company is proposed as (check one): Prime subcontractor Sub-tier subcontractor Teaming Partner Respondents will be prequalified based upon the capabilities of the company, team or other legal entity as described in their prequalification submission. Project Background: The 33 lined shafts, numbered 200 through 232, were constructed in TA-54, Area G, Shaft Field B (Figure 1). Waste was emplaced in these shafts from 1979 through 1987. Three general shaft configurations are believed to exist within the shaft field. All shafts were initiated with 36 inch diameter borings augered vertically into the volcanic tuff to a depth of 18 feet. Next, a 13-ft long by 24 inch diameter corrugated metal pipe (CMP) was inserted into the boring. A 13-ft. long by 8.5 inch diameter ¼-inch thick carbon steel pipe liner (storage shaft) was then placed in the center of the CMP. The steel pipe liner had a steel plate welded to the bottom and a steel cap attached to the top. The annular space between the CMP and the storage shaft was then filled to grade with concrete. These concrete filled shafts also maintained a 4-6 inch annular space between the boring and CMP, and with emplaced lifting eyes as shown in figure 2 these installations were intended to be retrievable. These concrete filled CMP installations are found in 22 shafts numbered 200-205, (206 not present), 207-211, and 213-223. The
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 CMP lined shafts have subsequently had poured concrete caps (“mushrooms”) placed over the top of the shaft (Figure 3) Ten shafts (# 224 -233) are configured as simpler, 36 inch diameter borings into the volcanic tuff, with no CMP. A 13-ft. long by 8.5 inch diameter ¼-inch thick carbon steel pipe liner (storage shaft) was then placed in the center of the boring. The steel pipe liner had a steel plate welded to the bottom and a steel cap attached to the top. Crushed tuff, cobbles, and sand were backfilled into the void between the storage pipe shaft and the initial boring. Shafts with this configuration can be identified in the shaft field (figure 4) associated with square box covers visible at the land surface. At some point since installation, these shafts were further modified to prevent precipitation run-on and infiltration by placing 55 gallon drum sleeves on the crushed tuff backfill and raising the local ground surface elevation. Shaft 233 is believed to be an empty (dummy shaft) and shaft 212 is also unique in that it consists of a CMP lined 36” diameter shaft containing a concrete encased, decommissioned reactor and does not have a center waste storage shaft. It is assumed that Shaft 212 is similar in present configuration to the rest of the field with loose fill in the boring annular space, fill to surface grade, and cast in place concrete “mushroom” cap. The waste stored in the 33 shafts was generated from 1979 through 1987 by the LANL Chemistry Metallurgy Baker (CMB) Division, and later by the Material Science and Technology (MST) Division, is general hot cell debris waste consisting of metals, inorganics, and combustible solids. Reports of internal packaging indicate that the majority of the waste was placed into 1-gallon packages, which included an inner galvanized-steel can, a middle plastic liner, and an outer carbon-steel container with a welded steel lid and dropped into the storage shafts. However, database review, personal communication with project managers and current operations staff responsible for waste package placement, indicate that waste placement in this configuration may not have started until 12/1983 in shaft 222. From this period on there appears to have been an approximately 50-50 combination of welded ¼ in steel can and light weight metal or plastic cans deposited in the shafts. Many container surface dose rates were measured at 100-150 R/hr at the time of emplacement. Similar information on waste deposition in shafts 200 through 212 indicate the use of light gauge metal, tin plated and/or plastic cans; plastic bags; as well as disposal of grinding papers, kimwipes, plastic, towels, polishing cloths, vermiculite, glass, and bottles in these shafts. Loose lead shot was also added as needed to moderate gamma “shine” from the shafts. Therefore, the random and heterogeneous nature of the waste and debris in storage may be much greater than generally presented in site reports. Due to the configuration of the shafts and the waste emplaced in them, it is expected that the integrity of at least some of the cans was breached and there may be potential contamination either from breached cans or from surrounding shafts. Additional concerns are the potential for flammable gases inside the shafts, the integrity of the shafts, and surface contamination of the cans. It should be assumed that all of the steel canisters must be opened for visual examination (VE) for certification of the contents. The Agreement contemplated may include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following Summary Scope of Work:

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09  A phased approach will be utilized in the execution of this project work. This may include the multiple awarding of initial or first phase activities such as Conceptual Design, Cost Estimation, and Scheduling. The Subcontractor shall provide project management, supervision, labor, equipment, miscellaneous materials and small tools and equipment, engineering, and other related services necessary for the RH-TRU Shafts retrieval and repackaging project. The Project will configure, assemble, test and operate a modular material handling system, which utilizes proven technologies capable of retrieving, inspecting, and repackaging remote handled TRU waste (container surface dose that exceeds 200 mrem/hour at contact) into containers which can be shipped to and disposed of at Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in southern New Mexico. This facility will be located at a RCRA permitted location identified by LANS in Technical Area 54 (TA-54) Area G. The Project will retrieve, characterize and repackage waste packages stored in below ground shafts. Retrieval options should include: waste package removal and shaft decontamination; and/or storage shaft removal with emplaced waste intact, allowing sorting segregation, and repackaging in a hot cell environment. Waste characterized as low level may be disposed of offsite. Packaging and off-site disposal of secondary wastes. Components of the scope of work include: Review of historical reports and existing engineering studies for applicable information. Preparation of the necessary documentation required by LANS (e.g., detailed design, work plans, permits, environmental safety and health plan, facility authorization basis documents, operational procedures, etc.) for project execution. Fabrication, Test & Inspection, and Commissioning of a Category 2 Nuclear Facility with all required documentation to demonstrate conformance with performance specifications. Performance of a Management Self Assessment and demonstration at an off-LANL location that the facility operates as designed. Package, transport, reassembly, set-up and commissioning at LANL. Facilitate the readiness evaluation effort before commencing field operations to include a Readiness Assessment and/or Operational Readiness Review. Removal of waste material from the shaft field for sorting, segregation, and repackaging.

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 Remediation of any TRU waste material and commingled LLW soil and/or debris that may have escaped containment or been operationally released. Handling, packaging, and transportation of high dose rate RH-TRU waste to staging area on-site. Off-site disposal of non-TRU waste forms in conformance with waste acceptance criteria, and other relevant regulations including RCRA, DOT, etc. Reclassification of waste using analytical methods. Radiological assay of material and waste packaging. Demobilization of Subcontractor facilities, equipment, materials, tools, and utilities upon completion of the project. Preparation of “as-built” drawings/documents (site survey) of final site conditions.

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Location of the Work: Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico Technical Area 54, Area G Subcontract Type: Phased, Fixed Unit Price Targeted Period of Performance: - Award: TBD - Complete Retrieval and Disposition by October 31, 2014 Socio-Economic Set-Aside: None. NAICS Code: 562910 Labor Standard Determination: TBD Classified work is included: No ROM Cost Estimate: < $100 million

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA: Answer the following questions in the affirmative only if the potential offeror can demonstrate successful performance within the past five years. The potential offeror, its teaming partners, including lower-tier subcontractors, as appropriate, must be able to answer "yes" and provide adequate support for each of criterion listed below to be considered prequalified to receive the RFP issued as a result of this Prequalification Request. If the potential offeror and its teaming partners base any of their qualifications on “equivalent” non-DOE experience, supporting documentation shall clearly crosswalk that experience to the specific DOE guidance or requirements contained in the documents cited in the criterion below. LANS may elect not to prequalify a potential offeror that has relied too heavily on subcontractors to satisfy all Prequalification Criteria.

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Does the Respondent have an Environment, Safety & Health Plan that complies with 10CFR851 Worker Safety & Health Program? Yes No

2. Does the Respondent have a compliant Quality Program which allows it to perform nuclear work in accordance with NQA-1 or its equivalent? Yes No

3. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractors, have an Experience Modification Rate of 1.0 or less; Total Recordable Injury/Illness Case Rate of 3.2 or less; and DART Case Rate of 1.4 or less? Refer to Appendix F3-1. Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

4. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in design and construction of modular, transportable, and reconfigurable radiological containment structures capable of resizing and packaging remote handled TRU Waste? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

5. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in conducting remote handled TRU waste retrieval, characterization, size reduction, segregation and non-destructive assay techniques? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 6. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in conducting radiological operations including incorporating ALARA principles in their design? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

7. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in conducting rigging and lifting operations required for the safe retrieval of buried radiological storage shafts? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

8. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience with radiological shielding design, fabrication and utilization? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

9. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in reclassification of waste using analytical methods? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

10. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in implementing DOE Safety Basis requirements in their design; and management systems for maintaining Authorization Basis compliance of nuclear operations? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

11. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in handling/packaging and disposing of hazardous waste in accordance with RCRA (40CFR)? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

12. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in marking, labeling, manifesting, packaging and transporting hazardous waste in accordance with DOT requirements (40 CFR)? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09

13. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have demonstrated experience in incorporating decontamination and decommissioning efficiencies in their design? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

14. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have mature Conduct of Engineering, Operations, Training, and Maintenance programs in accordance with the requirements of Department of Energy Orders for Non-Reactor Nuclear Facilities or equivalent? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

15. Does the Respondent, and/or Teaming Subcontractor, have experienced large project (>$50M) managers available to lead the project; and current experience in successfully managing multiple subcontractors in partnership of a large project? Yes Yes No No By Respondent’s Firm By Subcontractor

Documentation of Direct Relevant Experience: Provide a reference list of example contracts/projects that demonstrate the directly relevant contract/project experience to support each of the foregoing Prequalification Criteria. Example contracts/projects should be detailed as to both the technical scope of the contract/project and the potential offeror’s participation therein. In the case of a teaming arrangement, or where lower-tier subcontractors would play a significant role in the performance of this subcontract, a separate list will be submitted for each entity, as applicable, to document such experience. Each reference will include an explanation of relevance and a crosswalk to the specific Prequalification Criteria being addressed by that contract/project. Include the following information on each contract/project, as a minimum:  Entity seeking Prequalification:  Expected Role in this Subcontract:  Client Name, Address, Contact and Telephone Number:  Work Description:  Value:  Location:  Commence/Complete:

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 PREQUALIFICATION SUBMITTAL Note: All information submitted in response to this Prequalification must be submitted by the potential offeror. The potential offeror’s Prequalification documentation submittal is to be on CD-ROM accompanied by hard copy (3 copies of each), to the Procurement Representative not later than 3:00 p.m. Mountain Time, 12/15/09. The CD-ROMs shall be in searchable electronic format. The Prequalification documentation may be sent via U.S. Postal Service or other delivery service (e.g., Fed-Ex, UPS, DHL, etc.), but must be received by the due date to be considered. Submittals sent via U.S. Postal Service should be addressed as follows: Los Alamos National Security LLC P.O. Box 1663, Mail Stop M992 Los Alamos, New Mexico 875445 Attention: Tom Luckey Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 Submittals sent via other delivery services or those to be hand carried should be addressed as follows: Los Alamos National Security LLC 1900 Diamond Drive Los Alamos, New Mexico 87544 Attention: Tom Luckey Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 Questions may be addressed to the responsible Procurement Specialist at: E-mail: tluckey@lanl.gov Telephone: (505) 665-0174 Facsimile: (505) 665-4747

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 Attachment F3-1 Safety Performance Eligibility Requirements It is the policy of LANS that all work performed at LANL shall be conducted in a manner that protects workers, the public, and the environment. The objective of this policy is to establish a consistent sitewide approach to worker protection by incorporating safety and health into daily activities. To support the effective implementation of this policy, firms should have a demonstrated safety performance equal to or lower than the following standards: Statistical Standards Experience Modification Rate The “EMR” is a number that is assigned to your company based on the insurance premium you pay and your loss statistics. Contact your insurance company for these numbers. Rate = Total Recordable Injuries/Illnesses x 200,000 Total Employee Hours Worked Maximum Allowable Average: 1.00 Maximum Allowable Average: 3.2 Rate = Total Days Away/Restricted/Transferred Work Day Cases x 200,000 Total Employee Hours Worked Maximum Allowable Average: 1.4

Total Recordable Injury/Illness Case Rate (from Company OSHA 300 log) DART Case Rate (Days Away From Work, Restriction, or Job Transfer) (from Company OSHA 300 log)

Firms must submit a properly executed Environment, Safety, and Health Worksheet (Attachment F3-2) along with a letter from their Workman’s Compensation Insurance Carrier to certify the Experience Modification Rate (EMR) performance. If any of the above maximum allowable averages is exceeded, the firm shall provide information that clearly explains the excessive rate and that the anomaly causing that excess was not easily preventable using sound safety practice. If a firm is a joint venture, association, consortia, or partnership that has fewer than three years of demonstrated safety and/or environmental performance, each entity comprising the joint venture, association, consortia, or partnership must submit a properly executed Environment, Safety, and Health Worksheet (Attachment F3-2) along with a letter from their Workman’s Compensation Insurance Carrier to certify the Experience Modification Rate (EMR) performance. Any response received from a firm which does not provide the ES&H Worksheet(s), which exceeds any of the stated maximum allowable averages, or which has fewer than three years of demonstrated safety and/or environmental performance may, at LANS’ sole discretion, be considered unacceptable.

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 Attachment F3-1 Safety Performance Eligibility Requirements

If a firm intends to use lower-tier subcontractors to perform elements of the subcontracted Scope of Work, such lower-tier subcontractors shall also meet the maximum allowable averages specified above. The firm to whom a subcontract is awarded (i.e., Subcontractor) shall be responsible for ensuring that all its lower-tier subcontractors meet the maximum allowable average safety performance eligibility requirements. When requested, Subcontractor must demonstrate to LANS’ satisfaction that its lower-tier subcontractors meet the maximum allowable average safety performance eligibility requirements. Any lower-tier subcontractor that does not meet one or more of the maximum allowable average safety performance eligibility requirements must be evaluated and approved by the Subcontractor and LANS. Note: Responses to our first pre-qualification solicitation in August 09 required follow-up discussions for some participants for submittal of additional information and in some cases correcting the data initially submitted. Please take care on making sure all required information is submitted and that it’s accurate and legible. Any company that do not meet the maximum allowable averages specified above will likely result in disqualification.

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09 Attachment F3-2 ENVIRONMENT, SAFETY AND HEALTH WORKSHEET Subcontractor Name: Worksheet completed by: Date: LANS Proposed Subcontract/Prequalification Number: 77360-PRQ-09

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Experience Modification Rate (EMR) List your firm’s Interstate EMR for the past three (3) years and total hours worked. Year: EMR: Hours Worked: Year: EMR: Hours Worked: Year: EMR: Hours Worked: 3-year average: If the state where the jobsite is located has an EMR rating system, provide the state EMR for the past three (3) years and the total hours worked. Year: EMR: Hours Worked: Year: EMR: Hours Worked: Year: EMR: Hours Worked: 3-year average: Total Recordable Case (TRC) and Days Away/Restricted/Transferred Case (DART) Rates List the cumulative injury statistics rates for the past three (3) years using the BLS formula to determine recordability. Year: TRC: Hours Worked: DART: Year: TRC: DART: Hours Worked: Year: TRC: DART: Hours Worked:

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3-year average TRC: DART: Attach copies of the OSHA Annual Summary Logs (OSHA’s Form 300A) for the three most recent years and a current year OSHA 300 Log for the months during the period since the last annual report. Any OSHA fine(s) over the past three (3) years? If yes, provide a written explanation on an attachment to this form.
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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION PREQUALIFICATION CRITERIA Prequalification No. 77360-PRQ-09 RH-TRU Retrieval, Repackaging and Shipping Procurement Specialist: Tom Luckey Due Date: 12/15/09

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Fatalities Any fatalities within the last three (3) years? If Yes, list total number of fatalities: , and provide a written explanation for each fatality on an attachment to this form. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms violations Any Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms violations within the last three (3) years? If Yes, list the number: , and type of violations: . For companies exempt from record keeping requirements per 29 CFR 1904.1 (ten or fewer employees), complete items 1 and 3 above and summarize the cause of the injuries/illnesses for the past three (3) years, including the current year, on a separate attachment to this form. Additionally, include corrective actions taken to prevent re-occurrence. Check your type of work for the most recent 3 year period: Non-Residential Building, include dates: Heavy (Non-Highway) Construction, include dates: Mechanical, include dates: Electrical, include dates: Other (State type and date): List key Safety and Health personnel planned for this project. Please list name, expected position and safety performance on last three projects (Total Recordable Case and Days Away Restricted Transferred (DART) rates). Provide a resume if required by the Request For Proposal. NAME POSITION PROJECT TRC DART

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Environmental Record Has your firm been subject to any environmental enforcement proceedings before a federal or state agency within the last five (5) years? If Yes, for each proceeding: provide the name of the agency, the nature of the proceeding, the charge(s), and the result on an attachment to this form. Has your firm violated or exceeded any federal or state environmental standard, requirement, regulation or statute within the last three (3) years? If Yes, for each violation give a brief description of the nature of the violation on an attachment to this form.

NOTE: This form is for evaluation purposes only and will not be a part of a Subcontract.

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