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									                   COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
                    Tender Reference No. C62354




                                                                                 CONTRACT
                                                                                 DOCUMENT


                                                                            Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 789375
                 These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings
                                                                                                     th
                                      to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
File #: 12-6100-20/62354/1 Doc #: 789375.v1
Spirit Square                                                                                                SECTION 00005
Coquitlam, BC                                  TENDER DOCUMENT INDEX                                            DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                                                                              Page 1 of 3




VOLUME 1

SPECIFICATION
DIVISION                                  SECTION                                   NUMBER OF PAGES

DIVISION 1                                INDEXES AND DIRECTORIES
                                          Tender Document Index                                          3
                                          Consultant Directory                                           2


                                          BIDDING REQUIREMENTS
                                          Invitation to Tender                                           2
                                          Instruction to Tenderers                                       15
                                          Tender Form and Schedule                                       19
                                          Addendums                                                      1
                                          Post-Tender Addendum                                           1


                                          AGREEMENT
                                          General Conditions                                             34
                                          Special Provisions Regarding
                                          Contract Insurance and Bonding                                 24
                                          Contract Agreement Form                                        11

The Tenderer shall note that for work which is not covered in the Detailed Project
Specifications the following Contract Documents will apply:
.1        National Master Construction Documents
.2        Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings
          (MMCD 2000 edition) as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary
          Specifications and Details Drawings to MMCD 2000
.3        British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
.4        The work for this contact shall be completed under the total tendered unit prices
          as bid in the Schedule of Quantities and Prices.

SPECIFICATION
DIVISION                                  SECTION                                   NUMBER OF PAGES

                                          CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS

                                          General Requirements                                           16
                                          Site Work                                                      15
                                          Earthwork                                                      29
                                                            Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 781194
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
               and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                SECTION 00005
Coquitlam, BC                                  TENDER DOCUMENT INDEX                                            DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                                                                              Page 2 of 3




                                          Drainage Work                                                  14
                                          Water Works                                                    27
                                          Sanitary Works                                                 7
                                          Asphalt Works                                                  11
                                          Concrete Works                                                 26
                                          Surface Works                                                  17
                                          Landscaping Work                                               41
                                          Site Furnishings                                               20
                                          Electrical Works                                               32


LIST OF DRAWINGS

                           TITLE                                    DRAWING                    DATE               REVISION       REVISION
                                                                      NO.                                           DATE           NO.
STRUCTURAL
General Notes                                                          S001              March 30/09
Location Plan                                                          S100              March 30/09
Typical Details                                                        S002              March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Plans                                       S101              March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Plans                                       S102              March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Sections & Details                          S103              March 30/09
Benches, Sections and Details                                          S201              March 30/09
Table Sections and Details                                             S202              March 30/09
Sections and Details                                                   S203              March 30/09
CIVIL
Site Services Plan                                                     C200              March 30/09
Site Services Plan Details                                             C201              March 30/09
Irrigation Cistern System                                              C202              March 30/09
Site Services Plan Layout                                              C203              March 30/09
Details                                                                C204              March 30/09

LANDSCAPE
Landscape Site Plan/Scape                                               L100             March 30/09
Existing Conditions                                                     L101             March 30/09
Demolition Plan                                                         L102             March 30/09
Offsite Landscape Work                                                  L103             March 30/09
Geometics Plan                                                          L105             March 30/09
Materials and Layout Plan                                               L106             March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Layout Plan – Flagstone                                L107             March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Layout Plan – River                                    L108             March 30/09
                                                            Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 781194
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
               and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                                 SECTION 00005
Coquitlam, BC                                          TENDER DOCUMENT INDEX                                                     DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                                                                                               Page 3 of 3




LIST OF DRAWINGS (continued…page 2.)

Ornamental Stone Schedule                                                          L109                March 30/09
Grading & Drainage Plan                                                            L201                March 30/09
Grading Detail Plan - River                                                        L202                March 30/09
Irrigation Plan                                                                    L301                March 30/09
Irrigation Details                                                                 L302                March 30/09
Planting Plan                                                                      L401                March 30/09
Lighting Plan Layout                                                               L501                March 30/09
Paving Details                                                                     L701                March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Details                                                           L702                March 30/09
Concrete Details                                                                   L703                March 30/09
Concrete Details                                                                   L704                March 30/09
Concrete Details                                                                   L705                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                            L711                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                            L712                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                            L713                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                            L714                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                            L715                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                            L716                March 30/09
Stage Pavilion Details                                                             L717                March 30/09
Stage Pavilion Details                                                             L718                March 30/09
Planting Details                                                                   L722                March 30/09
Lighting Details                                                                   L723                March 30/09
IRRIGATION
Irrigation Cistern System                                                          C205                March 30/09
Irrigation Cistern System                                                          C206                March 30/09
ELECTRICAL
Roofing of Main Service & Dtails                                                     E1                March 30/09
Electrical Site Plan                                                                 E2                March 30/09

SUPPLEMENTARY DETAILED DRAWINGS To MMCD 2000 Edition

DETAILED DRAWINGS to the MMCD 2000 Edition
Trench Detail for Standard Section ...............................................................................................COQ-G4
Protection Fencing ............................................................................................................................COQ-R23
Tree Retention Guideline ................................................................................................................COQ-R24
Root Pruning Guideline ...................................................................................................................COQ-R25



                                                            Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 781194
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
               and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                              SECTION 00007
Coquitlam, B.C.                    CONSULTANT DIRECTORY                                       DIVISION 1
Contract No. C62354                                                                           Page 1 of 2



OWNER
                        CITY OF COQUITLAM
                        3000 Guildford Way
                        Coquitlam, B.C. V3B 7N2
                        Tel:            604.927.3547
                        Fax:            604.927.3545
                        Contact: Eric Bowes

PRIME CONSULTANT
                        PHILIPS FAREVAAG SMALLENBERG
                        2327 Yew Street
                        Vancouver, B.C. V6K 3H1
                        Tel:            604.736.5168
                        Fax:            604.736.5167
                        jfry@pfs.bc.ca
                        mhetzler@pfs.bc.ca
                        Contact: Chris Phillips/Joe Fry/Maureen Hetzler/Nastaran Moradinejad

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
                        PHILIPS FAREVAAG SMALLENBERG
                        2327 Yew Street
                        Vancouver, B.C. V6K 3H1
                        Tel:            604.736.5168
                        Fax:            604.736.5167
                        Contact: Chris Phillips/Joe Fry/Maureen Hetzler/Nastaran Moradinejad

CIVIL ENGINEER
                        DELCAN.
                        Ste. 2300 - 4710 Kingsway
                        Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M2
                        Tel:            604.451.6237
                        c.kristiansen@delcan.com
                        Contact: Colin Kristiansen

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
                        COBALT ENGINEERING.
                        305-625 Howe St.
                        Vancouver, B.C. V6B 6A3
                        Tel:           604.696.800
                        Fax:           604.696 8100
                        Contact: Paul Shaflik/Chris Chadwick

GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER
                        GOEPACIFIC CONSULTANTS LTD.
                        215 – 1200 West 73rd Ave.
                        Vancouver, B.C. V6P 6G5
                        Tel:            604.439.0922
                        Fax:            604.439.9189
                        kokan@geopacific.ca
                        Contact: Matt Kokan.




Doc. No. 766939                                                   Proponent’s Initials ________________
Print date: 6/12/2009
Spirit Square                                                                            SECTION 00007
Coquitlam, B.C.                     CONSULTANT DIRECTORY                                    DIVISION 1
Contract No. C62354                                                                         Page 2 of 2



IRRIGATION ENGINEER
                        LUSH DESIGNS LTD.

                        Tel:            604.836.6405
                        cathylush@direct.ca
                        Contact: Cathy Lush

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
                        EQUILIBRIUM CONSULTING INC.
                        202 – 388 West 8th Ave
                        Vancouver, BC, V5Y 3X2
                        Tel:            604.730.1422
                        Fax:            604.738.8191
                        ekarsh@eqcanada.com
                        Contact: Eric Karsh

FOUNTAIN MECHANICAL
                        VINCE HELTON & ASSOCIATES
                        102-1628 Fosters Way
                        Delta, BC V3M 6S6
                        Tel:            604.777.1992 ext. 101
                        Fax:            604.777.1993
                        psmith@vincenthelton.com
                        Contact: P. Smith

COST ESTIMATOR
                        BTY GROUP
                        2288 Manitoba Str.
                        Vancouver, BC, V5Y 4B5
                        Tel:           604.734.3126
                        Fax:           604.734.3136
                        TobyMallinder@bty.com
                        Contact: Toby Mallinder

BUILDING ENVELOPE
                        OMICRON
                        5th Flr., III Bentall Centre
                        595 Burrard St.
                        Vancouver, BC, V7X 1L4
                        Tel:               604.632.3350
                        Fax:               604.632.3351
                        mthayer@omicronaec.com
                        Contact: Mike Thayer

PUBLIC ART CONSULTANT
                        Lynne Werker
                        4643 West 8th Ave.
                        Vancouver, BC, V6R 2A6
                        Tel:           604.253.9189
                        Fax:           604.253.9185
                        lynne@lynnewerker.com




Doc. No. 766939                                                 Proponent’s Initials ________________
Print date: 6/12/2009
                                                                                                   IN.1




                                       INVITATION TO TENDER
                                              DATE OF ISSUE: June 12, 2009

Name:                            Coquitlam Spirit Square
Tender No.:                      C62354
Project Location:                Burlington Drive and High Street
The City of Coquitlam invites Tenders for Contract C62354, a unit price Contract, generally consisting
of the following:
          Provision of all services, materials, labour, equipment and operations to construct a Civic
          Square that will consist of outdoor event spaces, social gathering spaces, a network of
          pedestrian pathways, stairs, ramps, landscaping, lighting, site furnishings and other features
          as required for a fully functional space.

Tender Documents are available for downloading from the City of Coquitlam website:
http://www.coquitlam.ca/Business/Doing+Business+with+Coquitlam/Competitive+Bid+Opportuniti
es/Tenders.htm

Hard copies of the Tender documents may also be obtained upon request by email:
citypurchasing@coquitlam.ca or phone 604-927-3060, and are available for a non-refundable fee of
$100.00 each set including GST, payable to the City of Coquitlam, during normal business hours at:

                                                     Coquitlam City Hall
                                                 Finance Counter Main Floor
                                                     3000 Guildford Way
                                                   Coquitlam BC V3B 7N2

Sealed Tenders submitted must be accompanied by the specified Bid Bond payable to the City of
Coquitlam and will be received on or before:

Tender Closing Time:             2:00 p.m. local time
Tender Closing Date:             Monday, June 29th, 2009 at:
                                 Coquitlam City Hall - Main Reception Desk
                                 3000 Guildford Way
                                 Coquitlam BC V3B 7N2

Or, electronically transmitted Tenders will be accepted before the closing date and time if sent to:
email: citypurchasing@coquitlam.ca or Fax no: 604-927-3035.

Tenders will not be opened in public. Information on unevaluated Tender results will be forwarded on
Tender day to all participants, by fax, unless otherwise requested.

A MANDATORY pre-Tender site meeting will be held on Thursday, June 18th, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. local
time. Only qualified Contractors who can prove previous experience in this type of construction are
requested to assemble in the gravel parking lot immediately south of Burlington Drive. Tenderers
must sign the “sign in sheet” provided by the City to prove attendance. Tenders received from
organizations not listed as being in attendance will not be accepted.




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                                                                                                     IN.1

All questions or clarifications regarding this Tender must be made in writing and faxed prior to 12:00
p.m. (noon) local time on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009 to:

                                 Joe Fry, Senior Project Architect
                                 Project Lead Consultant
                                 Phillips, Farevaag, Smallenberg
                                  Fax: 604.736.5167

No telephone calls will be accepted or returned.

All inquiries regarding the Contract Documents may be directed in writing to: Eric Bowes, Project
Manager, City of Coquitlam at email: ebowes@coquitlam.ca

Addenda

Tenderers are required to check the City’s website for any updated information and addenda issued before the
closing date and time at:
http://www.coquitlam.ca/Business/Doing+Business+with+Coquitlam/Competitive+Bid+Opportuniti
es/Tenders.htm

Any changes to the Tender documentation will be issued by means of written addenda and posted on the City’s
website and will form part of the Tender. No amendment of any kind to the Tender is effective unless it is
posted in a formal written addendum on the City website. Upon submitting a Tender, Tenderers will be deemed
to have received notice of all addenda that are posted on the City’s website and deemed to have considered the
information for inclusion in the Tender submitted.

The City does not retain a bidder’s list or bidder’s registry. Tenderers are encouraged to register as
plan takers and may also view the Tender documents and drawings by contacting the Vancouver
Regional Construction Association (VRCA): website: www.vrca.bc.ca , ph: 604-870-9293, or email
vrca@vrca.bc.ca, and quoting the Coquitlam Tender reference number.

Should there be any discrepancy in the information provided, the City’s original file copy shall prevail.

The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all Tenders and the lowest or any Tender may not
necessarily be accepted. The City will not be responsible for any costs incurred by the Tenderer in
preparing the Tender.


D. Trudeau
Purchasing Manager




File #: 12-6100-20/62354/1 Doc #: 761409.v1
            COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
               Tender No. C62354




Doc No. 760821
Coquitlam Spirit Square
Coquitlam, BC                                 INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERER                       PAGE 2
Contract No. 62354                                                             Print date: 6/12/2009



                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION            ITEM                                                             PAGE
   1.              Obtaining Tender Documents                                         3
   2.              Addenda                                                            3
   3.              Closing Date and Tender Opening                                    4
   4.              Bid Bond                                                           4
   5.              Certificate of Compliance                                          4
   6.              Examination of Tender Documents and Work Site                      4
   7.              Omissions and Discrepancies                                        5
   8.              Completing the Tender Form                                         5
   9.              Signing of Contract Upon Award                                     6
   10.             Form of Hard Copy Submission                                       6
   11.             Right to Accept or Reject Tenders                                  6
   12.             Withdrawal of Tender                                               6
   13.             Award of Contract                                                  7
   14.             Execution of Contract Documents                                    7
   15.             Provision of Insurance and Bonding                                 7
   16.             Goods and Services Tax                                             8
   17.             Business Licence Requirement                                       8
   18.             Hours of Work                                                      8
   19.             Work Schedule                                                      8
   20.             Completion of Works on a Component Basis                           9
   21.             Construction Signs, Barriers and Fences                            9
   22.             Site Maintenance and Cleanup                                       9
   23.             Emergency Situations                                              10
   24.             Materials                                                         10
   25.             Equivalent Materials                                              10
   26.             Test Excavations                                                  10
   27.             Disposal Sites                                                    10
   28.             Codes, Regulations and Standards                                  11
   29.             Corporate and Private Rights                                      11
   30.             Work by Others                                                    11
   31.             Protection of Existing Buildings and Structures                   11
   32.             Protection of Survey Control Points                               12
   33.             Order Of Construction                                             12
   34.             Control of Dust, Mud and Other Debris                             12
   35.             Maintaining Existing Surface Drainage                             12
   36.             Existing Sidewalks, Roads and Curbs                               12
   37.             Cleaning of Existing Catch Basins, Manholes and/or Sewers         13
   38.             Other Approvals                                                   13
   39.             Survey Requirements                                               13
   40.             Weighed Materials                                                 13
   41.             Release from Property Owners                                      13
   42.             Traffic Control                                                   13
   43.             Existing Traffic Signs                                            14
   44.             Utility Poles                                                     14
   45.             Testing                                                           14
   46.             Fisheries Constraints                                             14
   47.             Restoration of Disturbed Areas                                    14
   48.             No Claim                                                          15
   49.             Workplace Safety and the Prime Contractor Designation             15
   50              Disputes                                                          15


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Coquitlam, BC                                  INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERER                          PAGE 3
Contract No. 62354                                                                 Print date: 6/12/2009



1.     Obtaining Tender Documents

Tender Documents are available for downloading from the City of Coquitlam website:
http://www.coquitlam.ca/Business/Doing+Business+with+Coquitlam/Competitive+Bid+Opportu
nities/Tenders.htm

Hard copies of the tender documents may also be obtained upon request by email:
citypurchasing@coquitlam.ca or phone 604-927-3060, and are available for a non-refundable fee
of $100.00 each set including GST, payable to the City of Coquitlam, during normal business hours
at:

                                                  Coquitlam City Hall
                                              Finance Counter Main Floor
                                                  3000 Guildford Way
                                                Coquitlam BC V3B 7N2

       The Tender Documents include:
               (a) a set of plans;
               (b) one copy of the Contract Document;
               (c) Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to MMCD
                    2000 edition ;
               (d) one self addressed tender envelope;
               (e) two tender forms.


      Tenderers shall obtain a copy of the publication "Master Municipal Specifications" 2000
      edition. Copies may be obtained from Support Services Unlimited Suite 302, 1107 Homer
      Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 2Y1. Phone 681-0295. Fax. 681-4545.

      These standards have been modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
      and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 edition included in item (c) above.

2.     Addenda

      Tenderers are required to check the City’s website for any updated information and addenda issued
      before the closing date and time at:
      http://www.coquitlam.ca/Business/Doing+Business+with+Coquitlam/Competitive+Bid+Opp
      ortunities/Tenders.htm

      Any changes to the Tender documentation will be issued by means of written addenda and posted on
      the City’s website and will form part of the Tender. No amendment of any kind to the Tender is
      effective unless it is posted in a formal written addendum on the City website. Upon submitting a
      Tender, Tenderers will be deemed to have received notice of all addenda that are posted on the City’s
      website and deemed to have considered the information for inclusion in the Tender submitted.




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Coquitlam, BC                                       INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERER                        PAGE 4
Contract No. 62354                                                                    Print date: 6/12/2009




3.     Closing Date and Tender Opening

      Sealed tenders submitted should be clearly marked with the tender name and number and
      must be accompanied by the specified Bid Bond payable to the City of Coquitlam and will be
      received on or before:

      Tender Closing Time:                    2:00 p.m., local time
      Tender Closing Date:                    Friday, June 19th, 2009 at:

      Coquitlam City Hall - Main Reception Desk
      3000 Guildford Way
      Coquitlam BC V3B 7N2

      Or, electronically transmitted Tenders sent by fax or email will be accepted before the closing
      date and time if sent to email: citypurchasing@coquitlam.ca or Fax no: 604-927-3035.

      Electronically transmitted tenders shall be deemed to be successfully received when
      displayed as new email, or when fax transmittal has been received by the recipient at the
      City. The City will not be liable for any delay for any reason, including technological delays by
      either party, and late receipt will be cause for rejection.

4.     Bid Bond

       Each tender must be accompanied by the specified Bid Bond in a similar format as provided
       in the Tender Form, issued by a Surety Company duly licensed to do business in the Province
       of British Columbia, in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the Total Contract Price. The Bid
       Bond received from the successful Tenderer, if any, will become the property of the City if
       the Tenderer fails or refuses to execute the Contract within seven (7) calendar days after
       Notice of Award of the Contract.

5.     Certificate of Compliance

       Each tender should be accompanied by a 'Certificate of Compliance' (on the form provided
       in the Tender Form) to provide evidence that the Tenderer can obtain the bonding and
       insurance specified herein.

       A Certificate of Compliance is to be submitted for each insurer called upon. The term
       'authorized official of the insurer' means an official who is an employee of the insurer, not
       an insurance agent or broker or employee of same.

6.     Examination of Tender Documents and Work Site

       The Tenderer must carefully examine the Tender Documents and the site of the proposed
       works, judging for and satisfying itself as to the probable conditions to be encountered. The
       Tenderer may not claim, after the submission of a tender, that there was any
       misunderstanding with respect to the conditions imposed by the contract.

       Standard Specifications for this Contract are contained in the publication: Master Municipal
       Specifications. The Contractor should ensure that he has the MMCD 2000 issue.



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Coquitlam, BC                                 INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERER                              PAGE 5
Contract No. 62354                                                                    Print date: 6/12/2009


      These standards have been modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
      and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 edition, which form part of the Tender Documents.

       The above Specifications are in addition to the Project Specifications forming the tender
       document.

7.     Omissions and Discrepancies

       Should a Tenderer find discrepancies in, or omissions from, the construction drawings or
       other Tender Documents or be in doubt as to their meaning, should notify the Project
       Manager immediately, who may alter the information to all Tenderers by issue of written
       addenda which would be posted on the City website. No verbal agreement or conversation
       with any officer, agent or employee of the Owner or the Project Manager shall affect or
       modify any of the terms or obligations stated herein.

8.     Completing the Tender Form

       The submitted Tender Form must be legible and ALL ITEMS MUST BE BID, with the unit price
       and other entries clearly shown, unless the Tender Form specifically permits otherwise.

      Contract Award will be based on the acceptable tender as identified in the Schedule of
      Quantities which form part of this tender. The deletions or addition of certain Items,
      Provisional Quantities, Provisional Unit Prices and/or Alternative Prices may be included to
      establish the tender price.

       The City reserves the right to add all, a portion, or none of the quantities to the contract at
       any time following contract award for the unit price provided through a written change
       order. The City reserves the right to accept the unit price provided, reject the unit price
       provided and re-negotiate with the successful contractor, or seek quotes or re-tender all or
       any portions of said items, outside the bounds of this contract.

       The insertion of written or typed additions to the Tender Forms by the Tenderer may
       invalidate the tender.

       All information requested from the Tenderer, as set out in the Tender Form, must be
       completed by the Tenderer. Generally, this shall include the following:

              (a)   Tender Agreement;
              (b)   Tenderer's Qualification Statement;
              (c)   Schedule of Force Account Rates;
              (d)   A list of Subcontractors and Suppliers;
              (e)   A Construction Time Schedule;
              (f)   Bid Bond;
              (g)   Certificate of Compliance;
              (h)   Schedule of Quantities and Unit Prices;
              (i)   Requests for Additional Information.

       A tender which does not include all of the above sections, completed as specified herein,
       shall be considered an incomplete tender and may be rejected.




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Coquitlam, BC                                 INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERER                                PAGE 6
Contract No. 62354                                                                      Print date: 6/12/2009


9.     Signing of Contract Upon Award

       The Contract must be executed under the seal of the Contractor.

       If the successful Contractor is an individual or a partnership, the Contract shall be executed
       by the individual or a partner in the presence of a witness and the signer must show the
       capacity in which he signs; for example, 'Partner' or 'Proprietor'.

       If the successful Contractor is a corporation, the Contract shall be executed under the seal
       of the company, affixed in the presence of the authorized officers or directors.

       If the successful Contractor is a joint venture, each party to the joint venture shall execute
       the Contract under the seal in a manner appropriate to such party.

10. Form of Hard Copy Submission

       Included with the Tender Documents are two (2) copies of the Tender Form. One copy is to
       serve as a working copy. The Tender submitted shall be in the form provided in this Tender.
       The Tenderer is to complete the Tender Form, as specified herein, and return one of the
       working copies to the City in the self addressed tender envelope provided.

11. Right to Accept or Reject Tenders

       The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tenders in its absolute discretion and
       retender as necessary, or to accept any tender, should it be deemed in the interest of the
       City to do so.

       For each item listed in the Tender Form, there shall be a reasonable price for such item.
       Under no condition will an unbalanced tender be considered. The Project Manager shall be
       the sole judge of such matters and should any tender be considered to be unbalanced, then
       same will be rejected by the City.

       If the City chooses to accept a tender it will provide written Notice to the successful
       Tenderer. Without limiting the foregoing the City may:

     a) conduct its own investigation concerning the ability and reputation of the Tenderer, and;
     b) contact any reference named by the Tenderer, and any other party with whom the
        Tenderer has had business or commercial dealings to determine whether the tenderer
        has or might have the skills, knowledge or ability to understand the requirements of, and
        perform in, the Contract, or the resources necessary to properly conduct itself, and to
        complete the Contract. The City may consider use and rely upon any such investigation
        or information in determining, in its sole discretion, whether to accept any Tender or
        make an Award of Contract.

12. Withdrawal of Tender

       A Tenderer may, without prejudice to himself, withdraw his tender at any time prior to two
       (2) hours of the time set for the Closing of Tenders by written request.




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13. Award of Contract

       The Owner will, following receipt of an acceptable tender, issue in writing a Notice of Award
       to the successful Tenderer. This Notice will be given as soon as possible following the award
       of the contract not later than sixty (60) days following the Close of Tenders.

      Contract Award will be based on the acceptable tender as identified in the Schedule of
      Quantities which form part of this tender.

      The City may, in its absolute discretion, reject a Tender submitted by the Tenderer if the
      Tenderer, or any officer or director of a corporate Tenderer, is or has been engaged, either
      directly or indirectly through another corporation or legal entity, in a legal action against the
      City and its elected and appointed officers and employees or any of them in relation to:

            a)        any other contract or services; or
            b)        any matter arising from the City’s exercise of its powers, duties or functions, under
                      the Local Government Act, the Community Charter or any other enactments; within
                      five years of this Tender Offer.

      For purposes of this section, the words “legal action” include, without limitation, a mediation,
      arbitration, hearing before an administrative tribunal or lawsuit filed in any court.

      Without limiting the City’s sole discretion, in determining whether or not to reject a Tender
      pursuant to this clause, the City will consider such factors as whether the legal action is likely
      to affect the Tenderer’s ability to work with the City and its employees, agents, consultants,
      and representatives or any of them and whether the City’s past experience with the Tenderer
      in the matter that resulted in the legal action indicates that the City is likely to incur
      increased staff and legal costs or either of them in the administration of this contract if it is
      awarded to the Tenderer.

14. Execution of Contract Documents

       The following is the procedure for executing the Contract Documents:

       a)        City forwards successful Tenderer a Notice of Award, which will include two (2) copies
                 of the Contract Documents, Performance Bond forms, Labour and Material Payment
                 Bond forms and Certificate of Insurance forms for completion by Tenderer

15. Provision of Insurance and Bonding

       The following is the procedure for obtaining insurance and bonding approval:

       (i) The City issues a Notice of Award to the successful Tenderer;

       (ii)  The Tenderer is to obtain the bonding and insurance, as specified herein on the forms
             provided.
       (iii) Note that the effective date for Bonding and the Certificate of Insurance and the date
             that the Tenderer signs the Contract Documents will be the date of the Notice of
             Award.
       (iv) The Tenderer returns the two (2) Contract Documents to Leisure & Parks Services for
             execution by the appropriate officials for the City.
       (v) After receipt of verification of Bonding and Insurance coverage, the City will enter into
             a Contract Agreement or issue a purchase order for the work, depending on the value


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              of the tender price. The City will forward a copy of the signed Contract Documents to
              the Tenderer.

16. Goods and Services Tax

       The GST is not to be included in the tender price. GST is shown separately on the invoice
       and will be applied as payments are issued to the Contractor.

17. Business License Requirement

       The successful tenderer shall have or obtain a valid Coquitlam business license prior to
       commencement of work or supply of materials. Contact the City’s Business License
       Department at 604-927-3085. Where applicable, the Tenderer will provide a list of all
       subtrades for verification that the subtrades are licensed.

18. Hours of Work

       The hours of work shall be from 0700 h to 1800 h, inclusive, daily Monday to Friday and
       0900h to 1800 h on Saturday. All work is to be scheduled within these hours and will not be
       permitted to commence work earlier than 0700 h and/or work later than 1800 h, except as
       authorized by the Project Manager.
       The Project Manager may order any work carried out in the whole or part between 1800 h
       and 0700 h and the Contractor shall have no claim for extra compensation in respect
       thereof.
       No Sunday work will be permitted except in case of emergency and then only with the
       written permission of the Project Manager as deemed necessary. In case the Contractor
       desires to work on a day which is a statutory holiday, he shall notify the Project Manager in
       writing at least four (4) days in advance of such holiday, stating those places where said
       work will be conducted. In case the Contractor fails to give such notice in advance of any
       statutory holiday, no work within the terms of the contract shall be done on such holiday.

19. Work Schedule(Use Attached Sheet Provided)

       The Contractor will be required to gauge his operations so that the work is entirely
       completed within the time period allowed, as stated in the Contract Agreement.
       The successful tenderer shall submit a detailed work schedule to the Project Manager for his
       approval within five (5) working days of the awarding of the Contract.

       The Project Manager shall have the right to adjust the schedule if he deems it necessary in
       order to establish an acceptable work schedule. The Contractor will be expected to adhere
       to the approved schedule. Should the Contractor fail to keep pace with the schedule during
       the progress of the work, the Project Manager shall request the Contractor employ
       additional staff and equipment or to work longer hours in order to keep the work on
       schedule. The Contractor shall have no claim for additional compensation if requested to
       employ additional staff or equipment or to work longer to complete the work according to
       the schedule agreed to by the City.

      Any requests to lengthen the work schedule shall be made in writing by the Contractor
      within five working days of knowledge of the reason for the extension. The Project
      Manager will adjust the schedule at his discretion upon receipt of a written request.




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       The Notice to Proceed will not be issued until the Work Schedule has been approved(See
       attached form). The work schedule should not reflect the work commencing prior to
       Monday, July 13th, 2009.

       Reference is made to Item 41, Notice to Proceed, of the General Conditions. The Tenderer
       shall note that the City will provide written notice on the Notice to Proceed and that the date
       of issuance of the Notice to Proceed and the date of the Start of Work may differ from the
       seven (7) days stipulated in the General Conditions.

20. Completion of Works on a Component Basis

       The Contractor must manage the work schedule in a manner such that smaller manageable
       sections within the contract limits are completed as the work progresses, and such that the
       number of uncompleted areas awaiting “finishing works” are minimized.

21. Construction Signs, Barriers and Fences

       The Contractor must, at his own expense, and without further or other order, provide, erect
       and maintain all requisite barriers, fences or other proper protection and must provide, keep
       and maintain such flag persons, watch persons and lights as may be necessary or as may be
       requested by the Project Manager in order to insure safety to the public, as well as to those
       engaged about the premises or works, and must (where it is practical in the Project
       Manager’s opinion) keep the roadway open for travel for the use of the public or for some
       restricted use specified by the Project Manager.

       The Contractor must also provide a sufficient number of traffic signs or other proper notices
       satisfactory to the Project Manager, which he must cause to be placed and maintained in
       good order in conspicuous places wherever any roadway, sidewalk or thoroughfare is
       unsafe or unfinished. The Contractor will accept liability in regard to the provision, erection
       and maintenance of all other signs, barriers, etc. for the protection of the work.

       All signing and traffic control shall conform to the Province of British Columbia, Ministry of
       Transportation and Highways' "Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways", current
       edition.

22. Site Maintenance and Cleanup

       The working area shall be maintained in an orderly manner and shall not be encumbered
       with equipment, materials or debris. Cleanup shall be a continuing process from the start
       of the work to final acceptance of the project. The Contractor shall, at all times keep
       property on which work is in progress, free from accumulations of waste materials.
       Accumulations of waste materials which might constitute a fire hazard will not be
       permitted. Spillage from the Contractor's hauling vehicles on traveled public or private
       roads shall be promptly
       cleaned up. On completion of construction, the Contractor shall remove all temporary
       structures, and waste materials resulting from his operations.

       The Contractor shall keep roads and walks adjacent to the proposed works clean at all
       times. He will ensure that debris and mud, which is tracked or otherwise deposited onto
       areas outside of the contract limits, is promptly cleaned up.




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       If the roads are not kept clean then the Project Manager may issue a work order to
       municipal crews to clean the roads and the costs of this work will be charged to the
       Contractor and will be deducted from their Progress Payments.

23. Emergency Situations

       In emergency situations resulting from the construction operation, where life or property
       are endangered, the Contractor shall immediately take whatever action is possible to
       eliminate the danger and shall also notify the appropriate authorities of the situation.

       Any costs incurred by the Owner in rectifying emergency situations caused by neglect of the
       Contractor shall be paid for by the Contractor.

24. Materials

       All materials shall comply with the requirements as set out elsewhere in the Contract
       Documents.

       The Contractor shall supply all materials for this Contract unless otherwise specified.

       The successful Tenderer shall submit to the Project Manager, within five (5) working days of
       receipt of Notice of Award, a mix design for each concrete mixture type he intends to use
       for the Contract, a sieve analysis for each type of gravel, as well as a soil analysis.

25. Equivalent Material

       The Contractor shall be deemed to have based his price on the specified article, if the article
       is specified by a trade name (whether such name is followed by, or approved equal, or not).
       Requests for substitution of equivalent material shall be made prior to Tender Close and
       shall include specifications and cost revision for the equivalent proposed.

26. Test Excavations

       Prior to the excavation of test holes, the Tenderer is expected to obtain permission from the
       City or owner of the property and to comply with their requirements for restoration of
       disturbed surfaces and utilities. Failure to comply with City of Coquitlam bylaws, restricting
       this practice, may result in prosecution of the offending party.

27. Disposal Sites

       The Contractor shall note that the unit price bid in the Tender Form shall include, unless
       otherwise specified, the disposal of any removals, surplus materials, undesirable backfill and
       anything else requiring disposal, to a site arranged for by the Contractor and approved by
       the Project Manager.

       The Tenderer is required to indicate the location of his proposed dump site in the Tender
       Form. The Contractor shall note that burning of land clearing or construction debris is not
       permitted within the City of Coquitlam.




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28. Codes, Regulations and Standards

       The Contractor shall obtain, at his expense, copies of all current codes, regulations and
       standard specifications of all authorities having jurisdiction and which have been referred
       to herein.

       Particular reference is made to Workers' Compensation Board Regulations

29. Corporate and Private Rights

       The Contractor shall afford all necessary facilities to any company, corporation or party
       owning or operating or constructing any railway, tramway, wires, pipes or conduits on,
       along, near or under the line of works or in their vicinity; and shall notify all such parties
       before interfering with any of their property, rights or privileges and must work in harmony
       with them, so far as they possibly can. Otherwise, the Contractor shall notify the Project
       Manager, in writing, of failure to do so, or of any difficulty that may at any time arise, which
       they are unable to overcome, in which case the Project Manager will deal with the matter as
       deemed most appropriate and the Contractor agrees to abide by the decision and directions
       of the Project Manager. Any property of such parties, required to be removed by the
       Contractor, must be handled with care and must be properly and satisfactorily replaced, if
       so required, under any of the provisions of this Contract, all of which must be completed by
       the Contractor without extra charge.

30. Work by Others

       Construction may be proceeding within the contract limits simultaneously with the work
       under this Contract.

       Work may also be proceeding within the contract limits on the installation, lowering and/or
       relocation of sewers and/or utilities by others.

       The Contractor will be required, at all times, to cooperate with all utility companies and
       other contractors involved and shall have no claim for compensation due to construction
       delays or inconveniences.

        It was not known at the time of tendering whether or not the work of relocating or
        modifying of existing utilities (poles, chambers, valves, etc.) would be completed before
        work on this contract commences. In the event that some utility work is not completed
        before the Contractor begins his operations, then the Contractor must be prepared to leave
        gaps in the work where possible and return to fill these gaps when the utility work is
        completed. No extra compensation shall be paid to the Contractor for leaving gaps and
        returning to complete the work.

31.     Protection of Existing Buildings and Structures

       The Contractor shall be responsible for all damage to existing buildings, fences and/or
       structures occurring as a result of his operations on this contract and the Contractor shall
       repair said damage at it’s own expense.




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32. Protection of Survey Control Points

       The Contractor shall protect all survey monuments, iron bars and stakes from damage or
       removal. All survey control points which are damaged, disturbed or removed shall be
       replaced by a British Columbia Land Surveyor, at the expense of the Contractor.

33. Order of Construction

       Work will commence on whatever portion of the Contract the Contractor may direct but
       work will not commence on any portion of the Contract without the permission of the
       Project Manager.

       The Contractor is required to complete all phases of construction on this Contract in one
       continuous operation.

34. Control of Dust, Mud and Other Debris

       The Contractor shall take all necessary measures to control dust and the depositing of mud
       and other debris which is caused by the work being carried out under this Contract.

       Chemical dust preventatives shall be used on temporary haul roads when a dust nuisance is
       being created.

       Water may be used to control dust when a road is open to provide local access and when
       vehicular traffic is light.

       All costs to keep dust, mud and other debris under control shall be borne by the Contractor.
       If the control measures are not carried out to the satisfaction of the Project Manager, the
       City will take the necessary steps to control dust, mud and/or other debris and all costs
       incurred will be charged to the Contractor.

       The length of time for which the Contractor is responsible for the control of dust, mud and
       other debris on this contract shall be considered to be from the time that work of any
       description is commenced until all work is completed and accepted by the Project Manager.

35. Maintaining Existing Surface Drainage

       The Contractor shall constantly maintain suitable unobstructed surface drainage and
       prevent ponding within the limits of this contract.

    Should any unstable ground conditions occur during the duration of this Contract, which
    have resulted from the conditions of this clause not being met, the Contractor shall bear the
    entire cost required to bring any unstable area(s) to a stable condition, satisfactory to the
    Project Manager.
36. Existing Sidewalks, Roads and Curbs

       If any sidewalks, curbs and gutters, boulevards, pavement or whatever else are damaged or
       removed during the course of this Contract, without authorization of the Project Manager,
       the said damage shall be repaired at the Contractor's expense, to the satisfaction of the
       Project Manager.




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37. Cleaning of Existing Catch Basins, Manholes and/or Sewers

       The Contractor shall take all necessary steps to have all existing catch basins, manholes
       and/or sewers cleaned and free from all granular, asphaltic and concrete material and/or
       other debris, immediately after the required work has been completed.

       All existing catch basins, manholes and/or sewers affected by works done under this
       Contract must be cleaned to the satisfaction of the Project Manager.

       All cost incurred from the cleaning, removal and disposal of all debris shall be borne by the
       Contractor.

38. Other Approvals

       The Contractor shall understand that work cannot commence on the Contract until all
       necessary approvals are obtained by the City or, should any approval not be obtained for
       any section, part or type of the work, this section, part or type of work shall be deleted from
       the Contract. The Contractor shall receive no compensation as a result of such deletion
       from the Contract or for delays in commencing work on the Contract, resulting from failure
       of the City to obtain the required approvals.

39. Survey Requirements

       The City shall provide for the vertical and horizontal control for the construction of the
       proposed works. The Contractor shall provide forty eight (48) hours notice to the Project
       Manager to allow the Project Manager sufficient time to arrange for survey requirements.

40. Weighed Materials

       Materials listed in the Tender Form units of tonnes (t) shall be weighed over government
       inspected certified weigh scales provided by the Contractor or his supplier. Payments shall
       be based upon weight tickets made out by the Contractor's scaleman and which must be
       delivered to the City Inspector at the time the material is delivered to the work site.

41. Release from Property Owners

       In all cases where restoration works are necessary on private property, the Contractor will
       be required to obtain a written release from the affected property owner(s) prior to release
       of the final Progress Payment.

42. Traffic Control

       Traffic control must be carried out as directed by the Project Manager and in accordance
       with the current version of the Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Transportation and
       Highways' "Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways".

       During peak traffic hours of 0700 to 0900 h and 1600 to 1800 h, Monday to Friday, at least
       two travel lanes must be kept open at all times. While working during off peak hours, at
       least one travel lane must be kept open. At least two travel lanes shall be open between
       work end that working day and work start on the next working day.




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43. Existing Traffic Signs

       All existing signs must remain in service during the course of the contract unless otherwise
       directed by the Project Manager.

       The Contractor shall be required to carefully relocate and maintain to the Project Manager’s
       satisfaction certain signs so that the Contractor can complete the proposed works.

       No extra payment shall be made to the Contractor for relocating and maintaining signs.

44. Utility Poles

       The Contractor will be responsible for all costs incurred for the protection of utility poles
       during the term of the contract.
       The Contractor shall arrange with the respective utility companies to have poles supported
       or held when work near such poles warrants extra support or holding until the Contractor's
       operation in the pole vicinity is completed.

       All poles requiring support outside of the limits of a vertical trench shall be the
       responsibility of the Contractor.

45. Testing

       The Owner will retain the services of a material testing company to carry out all required
       tests.

       The entire cost of all initial tests requested by the Project Manager will be paid for by the
       the City.

       In the event that test results do not meet the specification, the costs of all retesting will be
       borne by the Contractor.

       Testing carried out by the City is for quality assurance purposes and not for the bnefit of
       the Contractor. The contractor is responsible for and shall conduct their owne testing on
       products and materials as the work progresses to ensure the Cotnract Specifications are
       being met.

       The Project Manager retains the right to specify all testing and retesting requirements.

46. Fisheries Constraints

       Silt and sediment control must be provided to the standards set out by the Ministry of
       Environment, Fisheries Branch, for the duration of the Contract.

47. Restoration of Disturbed Areas

       Areas, whether inside or outside of the project site, which are disturbed by the works under
       this contract, shall be reinstated to a condition which is at least equivalent to that which
       existed prior to construction.




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48. No Claim

      Except as expressly and specifically permitted in these Instructions to Tenderers, no
      Tenderer shall have any claim for any compensation of any kind whatsoever, as a result of
      participating in this Tender, and by submitting a Tender, each Tenderer shall be deemed to
      have agreed that has no claim.

49. Workplace Safety and the Prime Contractor Designation

       With respect to workplace safety the Proponent shall designate a ‘Prime Contractor’ for the
       work and, as such takes on the responsibility of coordinating workplace safety in
       accordance with the Workers’ Compensation Act.

       The ‘Prime Contractor’ shall be responsible for safety management for all persons who are
       present within the boundaries of the work site including but not limited to the Contractor’s
       workers, the Subcontractor’s workers, the Corporation or Engineer or any other inspector or
       agent appointed by either of them and other Contractor’s workers and anyone else.

       The ‘Prime Contractor’ shall develop and be responsible to maintain a project-specific work
       site safety progam, tailored specifically to the work of the contract, and shall be acceptable
       in all respects to WorkSafe BC. Also, if workers of two or more employers are working at
       the same time the ‘Prime Contractor’ must establish and maintain first aid.

       The ‘Prime Contractor’ shall be solely and completely responsible for the overall safety
       program on the work site during the performance of the work, to ensure the safety of all
       persons at the work site, the physical facilties and buildings existing and under
       construction, and, to safely coordinate all activities on the work site. This requirement shall
       apply continuously and not be limited to normal working hours.

50. Disputes

      Upon any resultant award, and should there be any disputes, the Contractor agrees to make
      every attempt to resolve informally. Where disputes cannot be resolved informally, the
      Contractor agrees to resolve through mediation and if requested by the City, through
      arbitration process in Vancouver, BC as further described in General Conditions, Item 11.




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             Contract Reference No. C62354




Name of Tenderer:       ____________________________________________________________




TOTAL ‘CORE’ CONTRACT PRICE:                    $ ______________________
             (excluding GST)




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                                          INDEX


Section                                                              Page Number

Agreement                                                            3

Tenderer’s Qualifications & Reference Statement                      6

Schedule of Force Account Rates                                      9

Bid Bond                                                             10

Certificate of Compliance                                            11

WHMIS Compliance                                                     13

Prime Contractor Designation Form                                    14

Schedule of Quantities                                               15


Addendices

Appendix 1 – Subcontractors                                          16
Appendix 2 – Construction Schedule                                   17
Appendix 3 – Progress Payment Form – Example                         18
Appendix 4 – Addenda Form – Sample                                   19




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                                           AGREEMENT

                                     CONTRACT No. 62354
                                  COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE

TO:     City of Coquitlam
        3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, BC V3B 7N2


The undersigned Tenderer, having carefully examined the Contract Documents and the locality
of the proposed work and having full knowledge of the work required and of the materials to be
furnished and used, hereby offers to provide all materials, supervision, labour and equipment and
perform and complete all work and fulfill everything as set forth and in strict accordance with
the Contract Documents and Addenda for the total tender prices as stated in the Schedule of
Quantities shown in this document.

The undersigned also agrees:

1.    That this Tender is made without any connection, knowledge, comparison of figures or
      arrangements with any other company, firm or person making a tender for the same work.

2.    That no person or firm other than the Tenderer whose signature is affixed below has any
      interest in this Tender or in the proposed Contract.

3.    That this Tender is irrevocable for sixty (60) days after closing time.

4.    That if awarded the Contract:

      .1         To provide the City of Coquitlam with a Certificate of Insurance on forms
                 provided by the City.

      .2         To submit a Construction Schedule, to the satisfaction of the Contract
                 administrator.

      .3         To execute the Contract Agreement and deposit with the Owner a Performance
                 Bond and a Materials Payment Bond for the amounts specified within ten (10)
                 calendar days of the date of the Notice of Award of the Contract, such time limit
                 being extended only on the written approval of the Contract administrator.

      .4         To commence and actively proceed with the work within seven (7) working days
                 of the date of the Notice to Proceed or as directed by the Contract administrator in
                 writing on the Notice to Proceed, and to complete all work under the Contract
                 before Monday, November 2nd, 2009 noting also that the work is within an
                 active civic centre and that the Contractor may be asked, from time to time, to


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                 refrain from certain work activities when instructed to do so in writing by the
                 Contract administrator.

      .5         In the event of the Contractor's failure to complete and deliver the work according
                 to the Contractor's Work Schedule or approved time extension, then the
                 Contractor shall pay to the City as liquidated damages for such default, the sum of
                 $500.00 per day for each and every working day after the time specified until the
                 actual completion of the work.

      .6         That no bonus will be allowed for completion in less time than that stated above.

5.    That the estimate of quantities shown in the Tender Form serves only to provide a basis for
      comparing tenders and that the actual job quantities will not necessarily correspond with
      the quantities shown in the Tender Form and, further, that the owner has the right to
      increase or decrease the quantities in any or all items and to eliminate items entirely from
      the work. Also that, in the event of a discrepancy between the unit price and extended
      total, the unit price will govern and the Contract administrator will correct the extended
      totals accordingly.

6.    That Appendix 1 to Appendix 4 inclusive are attached to, and become part of the Tender.

7.    That the Contractor will do all extra work not reasonably inferable from the specifications
      or drawings but called for in writing by the Contract administrator, and to accept as full
      compensation therefore, payment in accordance with the provisions of Items 44 and 45 of
      the General Conditions.

8.    That payment for the work done will be made on the basis of quantities measured by the
      Contract administrator and at the prices shown in the Tender Form, which shall be
      compensation in full for work done under the terms of the Contract.

9.    That the City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all tenders received in response to
      this Invitation to Tender. The City is under no obligation to proceed with the tender and,
      should it decide to abandon the same, it may, invite further Invitations to Tender or enter
      into any discussions or negotiations with any party for the provision of such service, should
      it be deemed in the interest of the City to do so.

10.   That the contract award will be based on the acceptable tender as identified in the Schedule
      of Quantities which forms part of this tender. Provisional quantities and provisional unit
      prices will not be included to establish the tender price.




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11.   That the City reserves the right to add all, a portion, or none of the provisional quantities to
      the contract at any time following the contract award for the provisional unit price provided
      through a written change order. The City reserves the right to accept the provisional unit
      price provided, reject the provisional unit price provided and renegotiate with the
      successful contractor, or seek quotes or retender all or any portions of said provisional
      items, outside the bounds of the contract.

12.   Workplace Hazardous Materials Identification
      The Tenderer hereby confirms that the employees working on this contract have been
      trained in WHMIS workplace controls and procedures, including emergency procedures
      specific to the products they will be using. Furthermore, all Federal, Provincial and
      WorksafeBC industrial health and safety requirements applicable to the work, will be met.

13.   Evaluation and Award Criteria - (Contract Works)
      A series of key criteria will be applied in the evaluation of the Tenderer’s submission and
      the City reserves the right to add, remove, or modify any criterion The following general
      criteria are presented in arbitrary order and do not represent any weighing order, which will
      be determined solely by the City as it deems in its best interests to do so:

      .1         The Tenderer’s proposed staff, equipment, subcontractors, suppliers and
                 construction schedule.
      .2         The Tenderer’s record of performance, organization and technical ability with the
                 City and others.
      .3         Company experience in similar work
      .4         Site Superintendent experience in similar work
      .5         The financial cost/benefit of the Tender to the City.
      .6         The quality and completeness of tender submission.
      .7         The qualifications of the Tenderer based on information provided in the
                 Tenderer’s Qualification and Reference Statement.

14.    That the Contractor takes responsibility of the project site and all necessary steps to secure
       the site against all acts of vandalism and damage, and that, the Contractor, at its own
       expense, be responsible to repair and make good any acts of vandalism and/or damage that
       maybe caused to any equipment, materials, etc., until Notice of Acceptance for the project
       has been issued.

15. The ‘Prime Contractor’ shall be solely and completely responsible for the overall safety
    program on the work site during the performance of the work, to ensure the safety of all
    persons at the work site, the physical facilties and buildings existing and under
    construction, and, to safely coordinate all activities on the work site. This requirement shall
    apply continuously and not be limited to normal working hours.

16. Worker’s Compensation Board Registration Number:

17. GST Registration Number:


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Contractor:


________________________________________________
(FULL LEGAL NAME OF CORPORATION, PARTNERSHIP OR INDIVIDUAL)


_________________________________________________
(AUTHORIZED SIGNATORY)


_________________________________________________
(AUTHORIZED SIGNATORY)




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             TENDERER'S QUALIFICATION AND REFERENCE STATEMENT

The information below is required, with the Tender, in order to provide information on the
capacity, skill and experience of the company, as well as, the personnel assigned to this project.
The Tenderer shall provide a single dedicated site superintendent, to the satisfaction of the
Contract Administrator, for the duration of the contract. The Tenderer shall indicate similar
projects, that the assigned site superintendent has been directly responsible for, in the
Contractor’s experience record section. The capacity, skill and experience of the company, and
the assigned site superintendent, may be used as one of the criteria for tender selection. The
Tenderer may supplement information requested with additional sheets, if required.

                     This Contract: Contract No. C62354 – Coquitlam Spirit Square


2. Name of Tenderer:
    Firm Name:
    Address:


3. If corporation:
   Year Incorporated
   Federal                       Provincial (name Provinces)


4. If registered:
   Provinces & dates:


5. If partnership:
   Name:
   Date of establishment:


6. If firm owned by individual:
   Date of establishment:


7. Names, titles and addresses of firm officers, partners, individual owners:




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                      TENDERER'S QUALIFICATION STATEMENT


8.      List below the key personnel who would be associated with the project.
        Name:                                           Contract Title:
        ___________________________________________/ Site Superintendent
        __________________________________________/_______________________
        __________________________________________/_______________________



9.      Contractor's Experience Record: List similar types of contracts that the organization has
        completed in Canada in the past five years or is ongoing at present.
        1.     Project ___________________________________________Year______
               Value of Project ______________________________________________
               Owner _____________________________________________________
               Refer to ____________________________________Tel. No. _________
                 Project Site Superintendent ___________________________________

        2.       Project ___________________________________________Year______
                 Value of Project ______________________________________________
                 Owner _____________________________________________________
                 Refer to ____________________________________Tel. No. _________
                 Project Site Superintendent ___________________________________

        3.       Project ___________________________________________Year______
                 Value of Project ______________________________________________
                 Owner _____________________________________________________
                 Refer to ____________________________________Tel. No. _________
                 Project Site Superintendent ___________________________________

        4.       Project ___________________________________________Year______
                 Value of Project ______________________________________________
                 Owner _____________________________________________________
                 Refer to ____________________________________Tel. No. _________
                 Project Site Superintendent ___________________________________




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                         TENDERER'S QUALIFICATION STATEMENT

10.        List below size, model and make of equipment which the Tenderer will place on the
           project and use during the course of work.

Equipment:               Size:                 Model:                    Make




I hereby declare that I have read, understand, and am in agreement with the contents of the
‘Tender Agreement’ and the ‘Tenderer’s Qualification and Reference Statement’ and that
the information provided is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.


Name of Tenderer


Position


Signature of Tenderer


Telephone Number of Tenderer


Fax Number of Tenderer




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                            SCHEDULE OF FORCE ACCOUNT RATES

The following tendered rates shall form the basis of payment for Force Account work. Tenderers shall note that
tenders submitted with Force Account rates are to align with industry and labour standards and rates deemed
unrealistic by the Contract administrator shall be rejected.
                                                 PERSONNEL

Occupation                         Hourly Rate                           Overtime Hourly Rate

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

                            EQUIPMENT COMPLETE WITH OPERATOR

Description                        Hourly Rate                           Model and Size

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________

__________________________         __________________________            __________________________



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                                           CITY OF COQUITLAM
                                                BID BOND

NO.                                                                                $

                              KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT

                                  As Principal, hereinafter called the Principal, and


                       As Surety, hereinafter called the Surety, are held and firmly bound unto


                             As Obligee, hereinafter called the Obligee, in the amount of

                                                                                                      Dollars

($                          ) lawful money of Canada, for the payment of which sum, well and truly to be made, the
Principal and the Surety bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns, jointly and
severally, firmly by these presents.

WHEREAS, the Principal has submitted a written tender to the Obligee, dated the                      day
of                2009, for




NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that if the aforesaid Principal shall
have the tender accepted within sixty (60) days from the closing date of tender and the said Principal will, within the
time required, enter into a formal contract and give good and sufficient bonds to secure the performance of the terms
and conditions of the contract, then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise the Principal and Surety will
pay unto the Obligee the difference in money between the amount of the bid of the said Principal and the amount for
which the Obligee legally contracts with another party to perform the work if the latter amount be in excess of the
former.
The surety shall not be liable for a greater sum than the specified penalty of this bond.
Any suit under this Bond must be instituted before the expiration of six (6) months from the date of this Bond.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Principal has hereto set its hand and affixed its seal, and the Surety has caused
these presents to be sealed with its corporate seal duly attested by the signature of its Attorney-In Fact,

this                        day of                     , 2009.

SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED                  )
      in the presence of:                     )
                                              ))       ___________________________________
                                              )        PRINCIPAL
                                              )
                                              )        ___________________________________
                                              )        SURETY


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                                      CITY OF COQUITLAM

                                CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

The City of Coquitlam                                                                               , 2009.
3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, BC V3B 7N2

Dear Sirs,

We, the undersigned
                                                 (Insurer)
do hereby undertake and agree to supply, upon demand, the insurance documents, listed as
follows, on behalf of:

(Name of Conrtactor)


(Address of Contractor)
                                        with respect to:

                 Contract No. C62354 – COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
all in accordance with the "Special Provisions Regarding Contract Insurance and Bond
Specifications" application to the above-noted Contract, a copy of which is included and forms
part of this Certificate of Compliance.

Note to the Insurer: Please place an 'x' in the space provided opposite those items which you
agree to provide.

1. Performance Bond - in the minimum amount of fifty per cent                                       ( )
   (50%) of the Total Contract Price.

2. Labor & Material Payment Bond - in the minimum amount of fifty per cent                          ( )
   (50%) of the Total Contract Price.

3. Public Liability Insurance (excluding automobiles)                                               ( )
   a separate and individual original Certificate of Insurance.

                          ________________________________________________________________
                          (Insurer)

                          ________________________________________________________________
                          (Per signature of Authorized Official of the Insurer)

                          ________________________________________________________________
                          (Official's Typed Name)



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                               CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE


Note:

    (1)          This Certificate to be submitted in duplicate for each insurer called upon.

    (2)          The term "authorized official of the insurer" means an official who is an
                 employee of the insurer: not an insurance agent or broker or employee of same.

    (3)          With respect to Article 6 - Public Liability Insurance (Excluding Automobiles)
                 attention is drawn to the portion of Part III - "Procedure Respecting Tendering"
                 Article 3 "Certificate of Compliance" reading as follows:

         "If with respect to the Comprehensive Public Liability Insurance Policy, the Insurance
        Company issuing same desires to limit the coverage granted by way of deductible
        provisions or limitations of cover respecting the hazards of blasting vibration or support or
        other underground work, or work involving demolition then both the Certificates of
        Compliance and the Public Liability Policy itself, when issued, must clearly sate that such
        deductibles or limitations of cover shall apply only to the Contractors and shall not reduce
        or limit the cover required by the City of Coquitlam”.




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To:      City of Coquitlam
         3000 Guildford Way,
         Coquitlam, BC V3B 7N2




Subject:         Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
                    Contract No. C62354 - COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE

Dear Sirs:

This is to confirm that the employees who will be working at the site have been trained in
WHMIS workplace controls and procedures, including emergency procedures specific to the
products they will be using. Furthermore, all Federal, Provincial and WorkSafeBC industrial
health and safety requirements applicable to our work will be met.



Signature:

Dated:

Title:

Firm Name:

Address:




Telephone Number:

Fax Number:




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TO: City of Coquitlam
    3000 Guildford Way
    Coquitlam, B.C. V3B 7N2



Subject:         Prime Contractor Designation
                 Contract No. C62354 - COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE



With respect to workplace safety,
is the ‘Prime Contractor’ for the work site and as such takes on the responsibility of
coordinating workplace safety as detailed in the Workers’ Compensation Act.




________________________________
Signature

_________________________________
Date

                                                                 Company Seal

Please return a signed copy of this letter to the City of Coquitlam. If you have any questions,
please contact Cris Bendall, Health and Safety Advisor at 604-927-3068.




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Item                                                                             Core      Unit                             Core
 No.                        Description of Work                      Unit        Qty.      Price                          Extension
                                                                                            ($)                              ($)
Section 1: General
1.01 Bonds and Liability Insurance                                 lump sum          1
1.02 Mobilize and Demobolize (c/w Security Fencing)                lump sum          1
1.03 Approval Verifications, Inspections & Permits                 lump sum          1
1.04 Environment, Sediment & Access Measures                       lump sum          1
1.05 Shrub & Tree Preservation                                     lump sum          1
1.06 Testing, Commissioning & System Demonstration                 lump sum          1
1.07 Maintenance Manuals, Warranties & Record Drawings             lump sum          1
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 1:

Section 2: Siteworks
2.01 Removals - Parking Lot and Site                               lump sum          1
2.02 Removals - Existing Hoarding/Construction fence              linear metre        64
2.03 Removals - Existing Burlington St. Asphalt/Curb & Gutter          m2            160
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 2:

Section 3: Earthworks
3.01 Site Grading/Reshaping of Existing Sub Base                      m²         3244
3.02 Common Excavation - Offsite Disposal                             m³             166
3.03 Imported Aggregate and Granular Material                         m³         2148
3.04 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 3:

Section 4: Drainage Work
4.01 375mm dia. Storm Sewer PVC DR35 piping                       linear metre       17
4.02 250mm dia. Storm Sewer PVC DR35 piping                       linear metre       96
4.03 200mm dia. Storm Sewer PVC DR35 piping                       linear metre       32
4.04 150mm dia. Storm Sewer PVC DR28 piping                       linear metre       185
4.05 100mm dia. Storm Sewer PVC DR28 piping                       linear metre       128
4.06 Storm Manholes(exterior drop) MMCD Dwg. S1                      each            4
4.07 Connection to existing manhole (exterior drop)                lump sum          1
4.08 Catch Basins MMCD Dwg. S11                                      each            12
4.09 Lawn Basins MMCD Dwg. S12                                        each            2
4.10 ACO Trench Drain (supply and install)                        linear metre       110
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 4:

Section 5: Water Work
5.01 Connect to existing 200mm DI W/M - dwg. COQW2E                lump sum          1
5.02 200mm Robar Couplings                                           each            2
5.03 100mm x 50mm Reducer                                            each            1
5.04 50mm Type K Copper Water Service Main                        linear metre       28
5.05 50mm HDPE DR11 pipe                                          linear metre       88
5.06 50mm RPBP                                                       each            1
5.07 50mm Water meter (c/w box per Coq dwg. WM-3)                    each            1
5.08 Woodford Yard Hydrants c/w lockable chamber                     each            2
5.09 Irrigation Pump Station c/w cistern                             each            1
5.10 Valve Chamber c/w Valves and Chamber Vault                      each            1
5.11 Irrigation System                                             lump sum          1
5.12 Insulation & Heat Tracing                                     lump sum          1
5.13 Backflow Preventer Device c/w Hotbox                            each            1
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 5:




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Item                                                                                  Core      Unit                             Core
 No.                        Description of Work                          Unit         Qty.      Price                          Extension
                                                                                                 ($)                              ($)
Section 6: Sanitary Sewers
6.01 Connection to existing manhole (exterior drop)                   lump sum            1
6.02 Sanitary Manhole(inside drop) c/w cleanouts                         each             1
6.03 200mm dia. Sanitary Sewer PVC DR35 piping                       linear metre         70
6.04 100mm dia. Sanitary Sewer PVC DR35 piping                       linear metre         10
                                                                   SUBTOTAL SECTION 6:

Section 7: Asphalt Work
7.01 Hot-Mix Asphalt Roadway Paving dwg. detail A/C201                    m²              48
7.02 Hot-Mix Asphalt Sidewalk Paving - 75mm thick                         m²              110
7.03 Painted Pavement Markings                                        lump sum            1
7.04 Crosswalk Signage (as per MoT standards)                           each              4
                                                                   SUBTOTAL SECTION 7:

Section 8: Concrete Works
     Hard Surface Paving
8.01 Concrete unit paver type A - dwg. detail 01/L701                     m²              432
8.02 Concrete unit paver type B - dwg. detail 03/L701                     m²              831
8.03 CIP concrete paving - dwg. detail 04/L701                            m²              68
8.04 CIP Concrete Stepping Stones                                         m²              46
     CIP Sloped Walkway
8.05 Sloped base 150mm thick c/w 150mm gran. base                         m²              10
8.06 End slab 475mm thick c/w 150mm granular base                         m²              3
8.07 Concrete end plinth c/w 150mm granular base                          m²              2
     CIP Stream Paving
8.08 CIP concrete slab paving - dwg. detail 04/L701                       m²              160
8.09 CIP concrete band 600mm x 100mm thick                                lm              5
8.10 CIP concrete band 100mm x 100mm thick                                lm              2
8.11 River Rock A set in CIP Concrete dwg. detail 03/L702                 m²              44
8.12 River Rock B set in CIP Concrete dwg. detail 04/L702                 m²              16
     CIP Stairs
8.13 CIP concrete stair on grade - 3 riser dwg.detail 04/L703             lm              67
8.14 CIP concrete stair on grade - 2 riser dwg.detail 05/L703             lm              16
8.15 CIP concrete stair on grade - 1 riser dwg.detail 06/L703             lm              31
     Roadwork Surfacing - Burlington
8.16 Concrete unit paver type A - dwg. detail 01/L701                     m²              49
8.17 Concrete unit paver type B - dwg. detail 03/L701                     m²              49
8.18 CIP concrete band 150mm x 100mm thick c/w gran. base            linear metre         8
8.19 CIP concrete band 600mm x 100mm thick                           linear metre         9
8.20 CIP concrete band 100mm x 100mm thick                           linear metre         9
8.21 River Rock A set in CIP Concrete - dwg. detail 03/L702               m²              10
     CIP Retaining Walls
8.22 200 x 900mm c/w footing & gran.base - dwg detail 5/L704         linear metre         28
8.23 200 x 700mm c/w footing & gran.base - dwg detail 8/L703         linear metre         9
8.24 1450 x 825mm Conc. Plinth c/w footing, granular base,
       and perforated drain pipe - dwg. detail 9/L703)               linear metre         5
8.25 Lock block retaining wall c/w 300mm thick clear crush
       dwg. detail 5/C201                                            linear metre         60
     CIP Concrete Footings and Walls
8.26 Footing for Benches A                                               each             5
8.27 Footing for Benches B                                               each             2
8.28 Footing for Benches C                                               each             2
8.29 Footing & wall for Benches D, E & F dwg.detail 8/S201            lump sum            1
8.30 Footing for Game Table A - dwg.detail 3/S202                        each             1


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Item                                                                               Core      Unit                             Core
 No.                        Description of Work                        Unit        Qty.      Price                          Extension
                                                                                              ($)                              ($)
     Stage Pavilion
     CIP footings, upstand walls and stage cabinet for structural
8.31 steel pavilion
                                                                     lump sum          1
     Iconic feature
8.32 CIP concrete sculpture plinth element                           lump sum          1
       Miscellaneous CIP Concrete
8.33 75 x 150mm Stainless Steel 'angled' cont. edge restraint       linear metre       68
8.34 450 x 450mm conc. band in lawn - dwg. detail 03/L704           linear metre       49
8.35 100 x 300mm conc. band around planters                       linear metre 41
8.36 450 x 450mm conc. step in lawn dwg. detail 02/L704           linear metre 13
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 8:

Section 9: Surface Works
 9,01 Stone Work
 9.02 Flag Stone Paving - dwg. L107 & schedule L109                     m²             220
9.03 Flagstone Type C1 Boulder Wall c/w concrete plinth                each            9
9.04 Flagstone Type C2 Boulder Wall c/w concrete plinth                each            8
9.05 Flagstone Type C3 Boulder Wall c/w concrete plinth                each            4
9.06 Ornamental Type A Rounded Red Glass Paving                        each        1000
9.07 Feature boulder A approx. 20 tons each                            each            1
9.08 Feature boulder B approx. 2.75 tons each                          each            3
9.09 Feature boulder C approx. 1.15 tons each                          each            3
9.10 Crushed Granular Base
9.11 Crushed Granite Fines Pavement - dwg. detail 7/L701                m²             95
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 9:

Section 10: Landscape Works
      Growing Medium - including Finish Grading
10.01 Planting medium - lawn (300mm deep) dwg. detail 1/L722            m³             260
      Planting medium - trees, shrubs, & ground cover area
10.02                                                                   m³             190
      (450mm deep)
10.03 Mulch - trees, shrubs & ground cover area (50mm deep)             m²             326
      Trees
10.04 Conus Florida - 8cm CAL,1.5 m STD, FULL B&B                      each             3
10.05 Sophora Japonica - 8cm CAL,1.5 m STD, FULL B&B                   each            28
      Shrubs
10.06 Buxus Microphylla - #3 POT, MIN. 600mm HT, FULL                  each            85
       Itea Virginica - #3 POT, MIN. 600mm HT, FULL                    each            65
10.07 Skimmia Reevesiana - #3 POT, MIN. 600mm HT, FULL                 each            230
      Grasses/Perennials
10.08 Hakonechloa Macra Aureola - #1 POT                               each            35
10.09 Miscanthus Sinensis ' Yakujima - #1 POT                          each            75
10.10 Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' - #1 POT                                   each            45
10.11 Sagina Subulata - 10CM POT                                       each            410
      Planter Arrangements
10.12 Hakonechloa Macra Aureola - #1 POT                               each            12
10.13 Helleborus x Royal Hybrids - # 1 POT                             each             8
10.14 Heuchera ' Dolce Licorice' - #1 POT                              each            12
10.15 Hosta Sieboldiana ' Elegans '- #1 POT                            each            12
      Lawn
10.16 Sodded lawn                                                       m²             915
      Maintenance
10.17 Landscape maintenance period                                   lump sum           1




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Item                                                                               Core             Unit                             Core
 No.                        Description of Work                        Unit        Qty.             Price                          Extension
                                                                                                     ($)                              ($)
      Landscape Carpentry
10.18 Wood Benches - supply and install                              lump sum          1
10.19 Stage Pavilion - supply and install                            lump sum          1
10.20 Wood Bridge c/w SS Wheelchair Stop - supply and install      lump sum    1
10.21 Staining & Transparent Finishing                             lump sum    1
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 10:


Section 11: Site Furnishings - Including concrete bases and hardware
11.01 Bench type A - dwg details 01 - 03/L711                   each                   5
11.02 Bench type B - dwg detail 04/L711                                each            2
11.03 Bench type C c/w back rest - dwg details 01- 05/L712             each            2
11.04 Bench type D - dwg detail 01-02/L713                             each            2
11.06 Bench type E - dwg detail 03-06/L713                             each            1
11.07 Bench type F - dwg detail 03-06/L716                             each            1
11.08 Games table A (large) - dwg details 01 - 04/L715                 each            1
11.09 Games table B (small) - dwg detail 05/L715                       each            1
11.10 Seat type 1 2500mm x 440mm wide dwg details 04/L712              each            2
11.11 Seat type 2 440mm x 440mm wide dwg details 05/L712               each            2
11.12 Seat type 3 4750mm x 440mm wide dwg details 06/L714              each            2
11.13 Bear-proof trash & recycling receptacles                         each            2
11.14 Bike racks                                                       each            8
11.15 Bollards - removable                                             each            5
11.16 Custom Tree Grates - City of Coquitlam fish logo                 each            2
11.17 Polyresin planters - 900mm x 300mm x 660mm                       each            4
      Stage Pavilion
11.18 Stage Pavilion - including all steel column & beam framing,    lump sum          1
      glass cover, stage cabinet and all asssociated hardware.

11.19 Rain Water Chain - Stage Pavilion, 3.5 m long, 50mm            lump sum          1
      double link chain

      Iconic Feature
11.20 Attachment hardware for the Art Piece(by others)               lump sum          1
      Chain Link Fencing
11.21 Chain Link Fencing                                            linear metre       60
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 11:


Section 12: Electrical Works - including concrete bases, conduit, electrical equipment & hardware
      Electrical Panels & Ancillaries
12.01 200A 600V Main Circuit Breaker                                   each            1
12.02 400A 347/600V 3Ph 3W Distribution Panel                          each            1
12.03 15A 3Ph 240V Breakers                                            each            2
12.04 42 cct. 120/208V Branch Circuit Panel                            each            1
12.05 Size 2 Motor Hookups                                              each           2
12.06 100 a feeder                                                  linear metre       45
12.07 50mm Rigid PVC Conduit c/w 4#4/0 R90 Cables                   linear metre       160
12.08 3x5x5m Precast Junction Boxes                                    each            2
12.09 Grounding including Busses, Rods & Terminations                   each           7
12.10 4 Ground Conductors 1/0                                       linear metre       105
12.11 Grounding Terminations                                           each            25
12.12 Electrical Transformer                                         lump sum          1
12.13 Electrical Site Services                                       lump sum          1




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Item                                                                                 Core    Unit                             Core
 No.                        Description of Work                          Unit        Qty.    Price                          Extension
                                                                                              ($)                              ($)
      Light Fixtures - including concrete bases, conduit and electrical hardware
12.14 Pole Mounted Lights - Gobo Lights - 1-150 W CMH T6           each         4
12.15 In-Ground Floodlights c/w 120v to 12V 50 watts               each        15
12.16 Pedestal Floodlights c/w adjustable yolk 150 watt metal halid      each           7
12.17 Banner washer Lights 50 watt metal halide                           each          4
12.18 Continuous Strip Led Lighting in Bench                          linear metre      13
12.19 Protected Waterproof GFI Outdoor Duplex Receptacle                  ea            21
12.20 Stage Pavilion Lighting                                             ea            3
12.21 In-ground Uplights for Iconic Feature                              each           5
12.22 Street Light - City of Coquitlam High Street Standard              each           1
12.23 Light Bollard                                                      each           1
12.24 Electrical Receptacles                                             each           2
12.25 Outlet Boxes                                                        ea            67
      Lighting Power including bases, conduit and electrical hardware
12.26 Electrical Service to Light Fixtures                     lump sum                 1
12.27 Electrical Service to Stage Lighting                     lump sum                 1
12.28 Electrical Service to Irrigation Controller                      lump sum         1
      Electrical Service for Event Power for Lighting & Sound for      lump sum         1
12.29
      Stage Pavillion
12.30 Electrical Service Cabinet                                       lump sum         1
12.31 Lo Voltage Switches                                              lump sum         1
                                                                SUBTOTAL SECTION 12:




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Item                                                                            Core                Unit                             Core
 No.                        Description of Work                    Unit         Qty.                Price                          Extension
                                                                                                     ($)                              ($)
SECTION SUMMARY
Section 1: General
Section 2: Siteworks
Section 3: Earthworks
Section 4: Drainage Work
Section 5: Water Work
Section 6: Sanitary Sewers
Section 7: Asphalt Work
Section 8: Concrete Works
Section 9: Surface Works
Section 10: Landscape Works
Section 11: Site Furnishings - Including concrete bases and hardware
Section 12: Electrical Works - including concrete bases, conduit, electrical equipment & hardware
                                                                     TOTAL TENDER




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                                          Appendix 1


The Tenderer submits the following list of Subcontractors. No additions or changes will be
permitted after the closing date of the Tenders, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the
Contract Administrator:

Work Subcontracted                    Subcontractor                     Subcontractors Address

1.    _______________________         ______________________            _______________________
      _______________________         ______________________            _______________________


2.    _______________________         ______________________            _______________________
      _______________________         ______________________            _______________________


3.    _______________________         ______________________            _______________________
      _______________________         ______________________            _______________________


4.    _______________________         ______________________            _______________________
      _______________________         ______________________            _______________________


5.    _______________________         ______________________            _______________________
      _______________________         ______________________            _______________________


Tenderer must provide qualified subcontractors which have a minimum of five(5)
years construction experience and provide a minimum of three(3) customer references
specific to the work subcontracted.




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                               Appendix 2

                          Construction Schedule

The Tenderer must attach and submit a planned work schedule on the
form attached - Start date on or around Monday, July 13th, 2009.




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                                                               CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

                         Contract Name: Coquitlam Spirit Square                                  Contract No#: C62354
                              Start Date:                                                      Completion Date:
                                                                             DURATIONS (Weeks)
                                         Jun        July '09             August '09        September '09              October '09 November '09
ITEM     DESCRIPTION                      29    6   13 20         27   3  10 17 24 31    7    14 21 28              5   12 19 26 2
CORE WORKS
  1      Contract Award
  2      Contract Execution
  3      Mobilization
  4      Site Works - removals
  5      Earth Works
  6      Drainage Works
  7      Water Works
  8      Sanitary Works
  9      Asphalt Work
 10      Concrete Work
 11      Surface Work
 12      Landscaping Work
 13      Site Furnishing
 14      Electrical Works
 15

 16      Site Clean-up & Demobilize
 17      Final




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                                Appendix 3

                     PROGRESS PAYMENT FORM - SAMPLE




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                                     ***Example - Progress Payment #1***

                                   Contract 62354 - Coqutilam Spirit Square                                                                               File:           11-323-62354
                                            XXXXX Construction Ltd.
                                           period ending July 30, 3015                                                                               Date Printed:           09 Jun 12


                     ITEM                        DESCRIPTION                            UNIT    TENDER        UNIT      QUANTITY     PAYABLE          PREVIOUS                PERIOD
                                                                                               QUANTITY       COST       TO DATE     TO DATE          PAYMENT                PAYABLE
                   CORE ITEMS
                   Section 1: General
                     1.01 Bonds and Liability Insurance                                 l.s.     1.00            0.00        1.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                     1.02 Mobilize and Demobilize                                       l.s.     1.00            0.00        0.50            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                     1.03 Approvals, Verifications, Inspections and Permits             l.s.     1.00            0.00        0.50            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                     1.04 Environmental Protection & Sediment Control Measures          l.s.     1.00            0.00        0.50            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                     1.05 Shrub & Tree Protection                                       l.s.     1.00            0.00        0.50            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                   Section 2: Siteworks
                     2.01 Removal - Existing soccer goal posts(offsite disposal)        l.s.     1.00            0.00        1.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                     2.02 Removal - Existing catch basins & associated piping(offsite   l.s.     1.00            0.00        1.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                   Section 3: Earthworks
                                                                                          3
                     3.01 Allowance for site compaction / 200mm fill                    m         1              0.00        0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                                                                         3
                     3.02 200mm gravel base on grade                                    m         1              0.00        0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                                                                         2
                     3.03 Rough grading on grade                                        m         1              0.00        0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                       TOTAL CORE TENDER ITEMS                                                                               $0.00                $0.00             $0.00

                   Change Orders Items
                    CO #1 Electrical revisions                                          l.s.      1             0.00         0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                    CO #2 Removal of additional trees                                   l.s.      1             0.00         1.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                    CO #3 Reduced length of retaining wall                              l.s.      1             0.00         0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                   Force Accounts
                    FA #1 n/a                                                           l.s.      1             0.00         0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                    FA #2 n/a                                                           l.s.      1             0.00         0.00            $0.00                $0.00             $0.00

                   TOTAL CHANGE ORDER TENDER ITEMS                                                                                           $0.00                $0.00             $0.00


                   TOTAL CORE, CHANGE ORDER and FORCE ACCOUNTS TENDER ITEMS                                                                  $0.00                $0.00             $0.00


                                                                                                                                      TOTAL           PREVIOUS                PERIOD
                                                                                                                                     PAYABLE          PAYMENT                PAYABLE


                                                                                                                         TOTAL :             $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                                                                                          10% Legal HOLDBACK:                $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                                                                                                                    ---------------- ---------------- ----------------
                                                                                                                 NET PAYABLE:                $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                                                                                                         7% GST:             $0.00                $0.00             $0.00
                                                                                                                                    ---------------- ---------------- ----------------
                                                                                                                        PAYABLE:             $0.00                $0.00             $0.00


                                                                                                                                      TOTAL             TOTAL                 PERIOD
                                                                                                                                     PAYABLE           PAYABLE               PAYABLE


                                                                                                                                             $0.00                $0.00             $0.00


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                     Appendix 4

                     ADDENDUM




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                                              CITY OF COQUITLAM

                                  ADDENDUM NUMBER ONE


                                       Contract C62354
                           COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE



The tenderer shall note the following amendments:


            ITEM 1
            DUE TO QUESTIONS FROM CONTRACTORS ALL TENDERERS
            SHALL PROVIDE CONTRACT STATUS BREAKDOWNS FOR ALL
            BREAKFASTS, COFFEE BREAKS, LUNCHES, AND AFTERNOON
            SNACKS AS THEY RELATE TO THIS PROJECT.




The tenderer must include a signed copy of this addendum with the tender form
on part of the sealed tender to show that the addendum has been read and
accepted by the tenderer.

Failure to comply with the above will result in rejection of the tender.


_______________________________________
Signature of Tenderer

_______________________________________
Company Name




File #: 12-6100-20/62354/1 Doc #: 767610.v1
    COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
       Tender No. C62354




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TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                Page

Drawings, Specifications and Related Data
Item 1.0        Definition of Terms                                              4
Item 2.0        Intent of Contract Documents                                     10
Item 3.0        Drawings and Specifications Furnished                            10
Item 4.0        Document Conflict                                                10
Item 5.0        Discrepancies                                                    10
Item 6.0        Shop Drawings                                                    11
Item 7.0        Location of the Works                                            12
Item 8.0        Field Engineering                                                13
Item 9.0        Local Conditions                                                 14

Contract Administrator, Owner, Contractor Relations
Item 10.0       Contract Administrator's Status                                  14
Item 11.0       Arbitration                                                      14
Item 12.0       Inspection of Work                                               15
Item 13.0       Supervision and Labour                                           17
Item 14.0       Lands by Owner                                                   17
Item 15.0       Lands by Contractor                                              17
Item 16.0       Private Land                                                     17
Item 17.0       Assignment of Contract                                           18
Item 18.0       Suspension of Work by Owner                                      18
Item 19.0       Owner's Termination of the Contractor's Rights                   18
Item 20.0       Contractor's Termination of the Contract                         19
Item 21.0       Separate Contracts                                               19
Item 22.0       Subcontracts                                                     20
Item 23.0       Oral Agreements                                                  20
Item 24.0       Non-Waiver                                                       20

Materials and Workmanship
Item 25.0      Materials by Contractor                                           20
Item 26.0      Materials by Owner                                                21
Item 27.0      Materials Storage                                                 21
Item 28.0      Rejected Work and Materials                                       22
Item 29.0      Owner's Right to Correct Deficiencies                             22
Item 30.0      Character of Workmen                                              22
Item 31.0      Handling Chemicals                                                22
Item 32.0      One Year Guarantee                                                23

Insurance, Legal Responsibility and Public Safety
Item 33.0       Insurance and Bonds                                              24
Item 34.0       Damage to Work                                                   24
Item 35.0       Protected Areas                                                  24
Item 36.0       Indemnity                                                        24




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TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                    Page
Item 37.0            Patents and Royalties                                           24
Item 38.0            Permits and Regulations                                         25
Item 39.0            Injury or Damage to Persons or Property                         25
Item 40.0            Temporary Structures and Facilities                             26

Progress, Completion of Work and Payment
Item 41.0      Notice to Proceed                                                     27
Item 42.0      Failure to Complete on Time                                           27
Item 43.0      Schedule of Completion                                                28
Item 44.0      Changes in the Work                                                   29
Item 45.0      Force Account Work                                                    29
Item 46.0      Extension of Contract Time                                            29
Item 47.0      Use of Completed Portions                                             30
Item 48.0      Progress Payment Certificate                                          30
Item 49.0      Payment Withheld                                                      31
Item 50.0      Removal of Liens                                                      31
Item 51.0      Project Close-out                                                     32
Item 52.0      Completion and Acceptance                                             32
Item 53.0      Final Progress Payment                                                33
Item 54.0      Release of Holdback                                                   33




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GENERAL CONDITIONS

Drawings, Specifications and Related Data

Item 1.0                   Definition of Terms

         1           In the Contract Documents the following capitalized and italicized words and
                     definitions will apply. Where a definition refers to a paragraph in the Contract
                     Documents the definition is contained in that paragraph and the defined term is
                     indicated as capitalized, in quotations and in brackets.

         1.1         “Abnormal Weather” means temperature, precipitation, wind or other weather
                     condition which, in any two week period, differs from the statistical average for
                     that condition in that period by more than one standard deviation, calculated
                     based on relevant data available from Environment Canada.

         1.2         “Additional Instructions” During the progress of the Work the Contract
                     Administrator shall furnish to the Contractor additional instructions (“Additional
                     Instructions”) in the form of specifications, drawings, samples, models or other
                     written instructions, to supplement the previously issued Contract Documents as
                     may be necessary for the performance of the Work.

         1.3         “Alternative Tender” has the meaning that a tenderer may, at the tenderer’s
                     election, submit an alternative tender (“Alternative Tender”) which varies the
                     materials, products, designs or equipment from those approved under the
                     Contract Documents, or approved by the Owner as Approved Equals as the
                     case may be, but an Alternative Tender must be in addition to, and not in
                     substitution for, a tender which conforms to the requirements of the Contract
                     Documents.

         1.4         “Approved Equal” has the meaning that prior to the Tender Closing Time and
                     Date a tenderer may request the Owner to approve materials, products, or
                     equipment (“Approved Equal”) to be included in a tender in substitution for items
                     indicated in the Contract Documents.

         1.5         “Bid Security” has the meaning that a tender must be accompanied by tender
                     security (“Bid Security”) in the form of a bid bond issued by a surety licensed to
                     carry on the business of suretyship in British Columbia in a form reasonably
                     satisfactory to the Owner; or cash, bank draft or letter of credit in a form
                     acceptable to the Owner in an amount equal to 10% of the Tender Price.

         1.6         “Builders Lien Act” means Builders Lien Act, S.B.C. 1997, c.45, as the same
                     may be amended from time to time.

         1.7         “Certificate of Substantial Performance” means a certificate issued by the
                     Contract Administrator indicating that Substantial Performance of the Work has
                     been achieved.

         1.8         “Certificate of Total Performance” means a certificate issued by the Contract
                     Administrator indicating that Total Performance of the Work has been achieved.

         1.9         “Change” means that the Owner may without invalidating the Contract make a
                     Change to the Work. If the Owner makes a Change to the Work then the
                     Contract Administrator shall issue a Change Order.


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         1.10        “Change Order” means when a Change or Extra Work is approved, the
                     Contract Administrator shall issue a written approval (a “Change Order”), setting
                     out a description of the Work covered by the Change or Extra Work, the price or
                     method of valuation for the Work, the change in the Contract Price and
                     adjustment, if any, to the Contract Time.

         1.11        “Concealed or Unknown Conditions” is a surface or subsurface physical
                     condition encountered by the Contractor in the performance of the Work that
                     materially affect the cost of, or the time required for, the performance of the
                     Work; and differs materially from conditions disclosed in the Contract
                     Documents, or apparent in an examination of the Place of the Work.

         1.12        “Construction Laws” means the Contractor shall not be responsible for
                     verifying that the Contract Documents are in compliance with the applicable
                     laws, bylaws, rules, regulations and codes (collectively the “Construction Laws”)
                     relating to the Work.

         1.13        “Construction Schedule” means that the Contractor shall within the time set
                     out in the Form of Tender prepare and submit to the Contract Administrator a
                     construction schedule (The “Construction Schedule”) indicating the planned start
                     and completion dates of the major activities of the Work. The Construction
                     Schedule shall be in more detail than the Preliminary Construction Schedule and
                     shall indicated completion of the Work in compliance with any specified
                     Milestone Dates, including Substantial Performance.

         1.14        “Contingency” or “Contingency Allowance” means an allowance to cover the
                     costs of possible Work, such as Concealed or Unknown Conditions, or Changes,
                     that is not identified at the Tender Closing Date cut which may, pursuant to
                     provisions of the Contract Documents, become part of the Work.

         1.15        “Contract” means this contract as set out and described in the Contract
                      Documents.

         1.16        “Contemplated Change Order” has the meaning that the Contract
                     Administrator may at any time give the Contractor a written request (A
                     “Contemplated Change Order”) to provide a Quotation for a specified Change
                     that the Owner is considering.

         1.17        “Contract Administrator” is the representative for the City of Coquitlam, or
                     other such agent as may, from time to time, be duly authorized and appointed by
                     the General Manager of Leisure & Parks and Cultural Services. The Contract
                     Administrator may be the Owner’s Consultant, other employee or officer, or may
                     be an outside consultant.

         1.18        “Contract Documents” or “Contract” shall mean and include the complete set
                     of documents, specifications, drawings and addenda incorporated therein, as
                     listed.

         1.19        “Contract Drawing” means a drawing included in Schedule 2 to the
                     Agreement, entitled the “List of Contract Drawings”.

         1.20        “Contract Price” shall be the entire compensation owing to the Contractor for
                     the Work and this compensation shall cover and include all profit and all costs of
                     supervision, labour, material, equipment, overhead, financing, and all other costs
                     and expenses whatsoever incurred in performing the Work. .


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         1.21        “Contract Time” means the period of time for the completion of the Work as
                     provided by the Contract Documents.

         1.22        “Contractor” means the person, firm or corporation identified as such in the
                     Agreement, and includes the Contractor’s authorized representative as
                     designated to the Owner in writing.

         1.23        “Contractor Permits” means that the Contractor shall obtain all permits,
                     licenses, approvals and certificates which, as of the Tender Closing Date and
                     Time, are generally required for the performance of the Work (collectively the
                     “Contractor Permits”). Contractor Permits shall include all municipal construction
                     permits and approvals. The Contractor shall pay all Contractor Permit fees.

         1.24        “Day” means working day as generally recognized by the construction industry
                     in the area of the Place of the work, and for clarification does not include
                     Saturdays, Sundays and other holidays which the construction industry in the
                     area of the Place of the Work recognizes as a non-working day.

         1.25        “Default Costs” refers to the total of any additional costs in excess of the
                     Contract Price the Owner incurred to achieve Total Performance because of the
                     Contractor’s default, including the costs of other contractors, any administrative
                     costs, the cost of the Owner’s own forces and the cost to the Owner of the
                     Contractor Administrator.

         1.26        “Dispute” means any difference between the Owner and the Contractor, of any
                     claim, or any dispute, relating to or arising out of the Work, or the interpretation
                     of the Contract Documents, or any failure by the Owner and the Contractor to
                     agree where the Contract Documents call for agreement.

         1.27        “Dispute Notice” means a party shall not be entitled to pursue a Dispute but
                     shall be conclusively deemed to have accepted the decision of the Contract
                     Administrator with respect to any Dispute unless, within 10 Days after receipt of
                     the Contract Administrator’s decision, the disputing party gives a written notice of
                     dispute (the “Dispute Notice”) to the other party and to the Contract
                     Administrator.

         1.28        “Drawings” means, collectively, the Contract Drawings, the Standard Detail
                     Drawings and the Supplementary Standard Detail Drawings.

         1.29        “Equipment” or “Plant” shall mean anything and everything except persons
                     used by the Contractor in performance of the work and except material, as
                     defined herein.

         1.30        “Extra Work” means additional work that the Owner may wish performed that
                     does not satisfy the requirements is extra Work (“Extra Work”) and not a
                     Change. Extra Work may be declined by the Contractor or may, upon
                     agreement between the parties, be undertaken as Extra Work.

         1.31        “Field Memo” means a written communication from the Contract Administrator
                     to the Contractor regarding the Contract.

         1.32        “Force Account” means the method of calculating payment the Contractor shall
                     receive for Work performed.



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         1.33        “GC” means the section in the General Conditions, made up of paragraphs and
                     subparagraphs with the same beginning paragraph numbers.

         1.34        “GST” means the federal Goods and Services Tax.

         1.35        “Hazardous Materials” means any material or substance which is a “hazardous
                     product”, “contaminant”, “toxic substance”, “deleterious substance”, “special
                     waste”, “dangerous good” or “reportable substance” that is identified or
                     described in or defined by any applicable statute, regulation or law.

         1.36        “Herein” and “Hereof” and similar expressions, wherever used in the Contract
                     Documents, shall relate to the whole of the Contract Documents and not to any
                     one (1) paragraph alone unless the context specifically requires it.

         1.37        “Maintenance Allowance” means upon Total Performance of the Work, the
                     Owner shall be entitled to deduct and retain from any amounts withheld from the
                     Contractor a reasonable allowance (the “Maintenance Allowance”) as
                     determined by the Contract Administrator to cover the cost of corrections to the
                     Work performed by the Contractor.

         1.38        “Maintenance Period” means the Contractor shall, at the Contractor’s own
                     expense,
                     promptly correct defects or deficiencies in the Work that appear prior to and
                     during the period of one year from the date of the Certificate of Substantial
                     Performance, or such longer period as may be specified in the Contract
                     Documents for certain products of Work.

         1.39        “Material” or “Materials” shall, unless otherwise specified, mean anything and
                     everything other than persons or the Contractor’s equipment which is
                     manufactured, processed, transported to the site or existing on the site and
                     incorporated into the completed works.

         1.40        “Milestone Date” means any date specified in the Contract Documents for the
                     completion of the Work, or portion of the Work, including the dates of Substantial
                     Performance and Total Performance.

         1.41        “Notice of Award” is a letter issued by the City of Coquitlam and is the trigger
                     point for additional submissions from the successful tenderer.

         1.42        “Notice to Proceed” is issued within 14 days after the Owner has received the
                     bonds, schedule and insurance information. This marks the start of the “contract
                     clock” and the Contractor is expected to be on site within two days.

         1.43        “Other Contractor” means a person, firm or corporation employed by or having
                     a separate contract directly or indirectly with the Owner for Other Work.

         1.44        “Optional Work” means Work which may be described in the Schedule of
                     Quantities and Prices that will be undertaken and included in the Work at the
                     election of the Owner.

         1.45        “Other Work” means work not included in the Work under this Contract that is
                     related to or a part of the project of which the Work is a part.




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         1.46        “Owner” is the City of Coquitlam and means the person, firm or corporation
                     identified as such in the Instructions to Tenderers, the Agreement, and other
                     Contract Documents, and includes any authorized representative of the Owner.

         1.47        “Owner Permits” means the Owner shall obtain those permits, clearances and
                     approvals that are required for the completed project itself, including any
                     permanent easements or other permanent property rights, land use approvals or
                     environmental approvals. The Owner shall obtain all Owner Permits in a timely
                     manner so as not to delay the progress of the Work.

         1.48        “Payment Certificate” means that within 5 Days after the end of a calendar
                     month the Contract Administrator shall prepare and issue a certificate (the
                     “Payment Certificate”) for the period ending the last calendar day of the month.

         1.49        “Place of Work” means the designated site or location where the Work
                     products are to be finally or permanently constructed or installed.

         1.50        “Preliminary Construction Schedule” means the schedule attached as
                     Appendix 2 to the Form of Tender and showing the date of Substantial
                     Performance.

         1.51        “Project Manager” is the representative for the City of Coquitlam, or other such
                     agent as may, from time to time, be duly authorized and appointed by the
                     General Manager of Leisure & Parks and Cultural Services. The Project
                     Manager may also be the Owner’s Consultant, other employee or officer, or may
                     be an outside consultant.

         1.52        “Quotation” is any written price quotation submitted by the Contractor for a
                     Change, a Contemplated Change Order, Field Memo, or for Extra Work shall,
                     unless expressly stated otherwise in the Quotation, be interpreted to represent
                     the total adjustment to the Contract Price and Contract Time owing on account
                     of the Work contemplated by the Quotation.

         1.53        “Referee” may be appointed when a Dispute is not completely resolved by
                     agreement between the parties within 5 Days of the delivery of the Dispute
                     Notice to perform the review of a Dispute, and perform the other functions as
                     described in the Contract Documents.

         1.54        “Schedule of Quantities and Prices” refers to the Tender Form.

         1.55        “Settlement Meeting” will be a meeting of senior representative(s) of the
                     parties who will meet to attempt to resolve the Dispute. If possible the
                     representatives will be persons who have not previously been directly involved
                     with the matter in Dispute. With agreement of both parties the Settlement
                     Meeting may be in the form of mediation conducted with the assistance of an
                     independent mediator, acceptable to both parties.

         1.56        “Shop Drawings” means drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules,
                     performance charts, brochures and other data that, as specified in the Contract
                     Documents or as required by good construction practice, are to be provided by
                     the Contractor to the Contract Administrator to illustrate details of a portion of
                     the Work.

         1.57        “Site” has the same meaning as “Place of the Work”.



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         1.58        “Site Inspector” means the person appointed by the Contract Administrator to
                     assist in the administration of the Contract and in reviewing the progress and
                     quality of the Work. A Site Inspector may exercise the authority of the Contract
                     Administrator, as set out in the Contract Documents, to inspect Work, to reject
                     Work, to order special inspections to make other orders at the Place of the Work.

         1.59        “Small Tool” means a small tool or equipment item with a replacement value of
                     no more than $750.00 per tool or item.

         1.60        “Superintendent” means the Contractor’s senior representative at the Place of
                     Work who shall have the responsibility to ensure that the Work is performed in
                     compliance with the Contract Documents.

         1.61        “Subcontractor” means a person, firm or corporation having a contract for the
                     execution of a part, or parts, of the work included in this Contract and a person,
                     firm or corporation furnishing materials called for in this Contract and worked to a
                     special design according to the drawings or specifications but does not include
                     one who merely furnishes material not so worked.

         1.62        “Substantial Performance” means the state of completion when:

                             (a)   all Work, as certified by the Contract Administrator, is capable of
                                   completion or correction at a cost of not more than:
                                   (i)     3% of the first $500,000 of the Contract Price;
                                   (ii)    2% of the next $500,000 of the Contract Price; and
                                   (iii)   1% of the balance of the Contract Price; and

                             (b)   the Work, or a substantial part of it, is ready for use or is being
                                   used for the purpose intended.

         1.63        “Supply” or “Provide” shall mean supply and pay for or provide and pay for.

         1.64        “Taxes” shall include all taxes, including sales taxes, custom duties and excise
                     taxes, except for GST (collectively the “Taxes”) payable with respect to the
                     performance of the Work. The Contractor shall be responsible to pay all Taxes.

         1.65        “Tender Closing Date” and “Tender Closing Time” as listed in the Contract
                     Documents.

        1.66         Tender Price” is the commitment to the pricing given in the Schedule of
                      Quantities.

         1.67        “Tender Quantity” is the amount listed in the Schedule of Quantities.

         1.68        “Total Performance” means when all Work, including all deficiencies but
                     excluding any correction of completed Work that appears during the
                     Maintenance Period or other on-going warranty or guarantee obligations as
                     provided by the Contract Documents, has been performed as required by the
                     Contract Documents, as certified by the Contract Administrator.
         1.69        “Work” or “Works” shall, unless the context otherwise requires, mean the
                     whole of the work and materials, labour, matters and things required to be done,
                     furnished and performed by the Contractor under this Contract.




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Item 2.0             Intent of Contract Documents

         .1       The intent of the Contract Documents is that the Contractor shall provide all
                  necessary materials, supervision, labor, equipment and all else necessary for or
                  incidental to the proper execution of the work unless specifically noted otherwise.
                  The Contractor shall do all the work shown on the drawings and/or described in
                  the specifications and all incidental work necessary to complete the project.

Item 3.0             Drawings and Specifications Furnished

         .1       Except as provided for otherwise, two (2) copies of drawings and specifications for
                  the execution of the work shall be furnished to the Contractor without charge.
                  Additional instructions may be issued by the Contract Administrator during the
                  progress of the work by means of drawings or otherwise for clarifications of the
                  drawings and specifications or as may be necessary to explain or illustrate
                  changes in the work to be done. One (1) complete set of all drawings and
                  specifications shall be maintained at the job site and shall be available to the
                  Contract Administrator at all times.

Item 4.0             Document Conflict

         .1       In case of any inconsistency or conflict between the provisions of the Contract
                  Documents, the provisions of such documents and addenda thereto shall take
                  precedence and govern in the following order:
                         a. Contract Agreement
                         b. Addenda
                         c. General Conditions
                         d. Supplementary Specifications
                         e. Specifications
                         f. Construction Drawings
                         g. Supplementary Detail Drawings
                         h. Standard Detail Drawings
                         i. Instructions to Tenderers
                         j. Executed Tender Form
                         k. Master Municipal Construction Documents (MMCD 2000)
                         l. All other Contract Documents

         .2       Figured dimensions on a drawing take precedence over measurements scaled
                  from the drawing and large scale drawings take precedence over those of smaller
                  scale. Supplementary drawings and specifications supersede their antecedents.
                  In case of conflict between figured dimensions on a drawing and the dimensions of
                  a specified product, the dimensions of the specified product shall govern. In case
                  of conflict in materials and methods, the specifications govern. The drawings and
                  specifications complement each other and anything called for by one shall be as
                  binding as if called for by both.

Item 5.0             Discrepancies

         .1       Any discrepancies found between the drawings and specifications or any errors or
                  omissions in the drawings or specifications shall immediately be reported to the
                  Contract Administrator, who shall promptly correct such errors or omissions in
                  writing. Any work done after discovery of such discrepancies, errors or omissions
                  shall be done at the Contractor's risk.



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Item 6.0          Shop Drawings

        .1       The Contractor shall arrange for the preparation of all required Shop Drawings and
                 submission of them to the Contract Administrator.

        .2       Unless specifically required by the Contract Documents, it is intended that the
                 Drawings provided by the Owner are sufficiently complete to permit the Contractor
                 to proceed with the Work, and that Shop Drawings are required to show details
                 such as fabrication methods, connections or other details that are not customarily
                 included in Drawings provided by an owner for Work similar to the Work.

        .3       The Contract Administrator may require that a Shop Drawing be stamped by a
                 registered Professional Engineer with appropriate skill and knowledge indicating
                 that the Shop Drawing has been prepared in compliance with applicable codes and
                 design standards and good engineering practice.

        .4       If the Contract Administrator requires the review and stamping by a Professional
                 Engineer of Shop Drawings that are of a type which, according to usual
                 construction practice, are not so reviewed and stamped, then the cost of such
                 review and stamping shall be paid by the Owner.

        .5       The Contractor shall submit Shop Drawings to the Contract Administrator in a
                 timely way and in an orderly sequence so as to permit the Contract Administrator a
                 reasonably opportunity to review the Shop Drawings without causing a delay to the
                 Work or to the Work of Other Contractors. The Contract Administrator and the
                 Contractor shall cooperate to establish a schedule for the submission and review of
                 Shop Drawings. The Contractor and the Contract Administrator shall agree on the
                 number of copies of each Shop Drawing to be submitted.

        .6       Prior to submission to the Contract Administrator the Contractor shall review all
                 Shop Drawings, and shall indicate such review by dating and stamping them. By
                 this review the Contractor represents that the Contractor has determined and
                 verified all field measurements, field construction criteria, materials, catalogue
                 numbers and similar data and that the Contractor has checked and coordinated
                 each Shop Drawing with the requirements of the Work and of the Contract
                 Documents.

        .7       At the time of submission the Contractor shall specifically draw the attention of the
                 Contract Administrator in writing to any deviations in the Shop Drawings from the
                 requirements of the Contract Documents.

        .8       Unless otherwise specified in other provisions of the Contract Documents, the
                 Shop Drawings shall be drawn in CAD format, by the Contractor.
        .9       The Contract Administrator will review Shop Drawings submitted by the Contractor
                 an return them in accordance with an agreed-to schedule, if any, or otherwise with
                 reasonable promptness so as not to cause delay to the Work.

        .10      The Contractor shall make any changes in Shop Drawings which the Contract
                 Administrator may require consistent with the Contract Documents and resubmit
                 unless otherwise directed by the Contract Administrator. When resubmitting, the
                 Contractor shall notify the Contract Administrator in writing of any revisions other
                 than those requested by the Contract Administrator.




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        .11      When a submitted Shop Drawing is acceptable to the Contract Administrator as
                 provided by this GC then the Contract Administrator shall date and mark the Shop
                 Drawing as “Reviewed” and return it to the Contractor. The Contract Administrator
                 shall date and mark the number of copies submitted.

        .12      The Contractor may proceed with the Work shown on any Shop Drawing which the
                 Contract Administrator has marked “Reviewed”. In no event shall the Contractor
                 proceed with the performance of Work utilizing Shop Drawings which have not
                 been marked “Reviewed” by the Contract Administrator as provided by this General
                 Condition.

        .13      The Contractor is responsible for any errors or omissions in the Shop Drawings
                 and the Contract Administrator’s review shall not relieve the Contractor of that
                 responsibility. The Contract Administrator’s review of the Shop Drawings will
                 normally be to see if they are in general conformance with the Contract Documents
                 but the Contract Administrator may, as the Contract Administrator may decide,
                 review a Shop Drawing in greater or lesser detail.

        .14      The Contract Administrator’s authority to review the Shop Drawings shall be for the
                 benefit of the Owner and such authority shall not give rise to any duty or
                 responsibility on the Contract Administrator or the Owner to the Contractor,
                 Subcontractors, or their agents, employees or other persons performing any of the
                 Work.

        .15      The Contract Administrator’s review shall not relieve the Contractor of responsibility
                 or errors or omissions in the Shop Drawings or of responsibility for meeting all
                 requirements of the Contract Documents unless a deviation on the Shop Drawings
                 has been approved in writing by the Contract Administrator.

Item 7.0             Location of the Works

         .1       The intended location of the works shown on the drawings are approximate unless
                  location dimensions are shown. The exact locations will be established by the
                  Contract Administrator on the site.

         .2       Unless otherwise specified, the Contract Administrator shall establish baselines for
                  the location of the principal component parts of the work, together with a suitable
                  number of benchmarks adjacent to the work. The Contractor shall assume
                  responsibility for detail dimensions and elevations measured from the baselines
                  and benchmarks established by the Contract Administrator.

         .3       The Contractor shall provide reasonable and necessary opportunities and facilities
                  to enable the Contract Administrator to complete his surveys. He shall not
                  proceed until he has made timely demands upon the Contract Administrator for,
                  and has received from him, such points and instructions as may be necessary for
                  the work to progress.

         .4       The Contractor shall carefully preserve benchmarks, reference points and stakes.
                  In case of willful or careless destruction or disturbance of survey markers, he shall
                  be charged with the expense of replacing them and shall be responsible for any
                  mistakes that may be caused by their destruction, loss or disturbance.

         .5       The Contractor shall provide the Contract Administrator with all stakes, batter
                  boards, straight edges and other materials, with the exception of technical


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                   instruments and apparatus required by the Contract Administrator to set out lines
                   and levels for the work.      The Contractor shall also supply the Contract
                   Administrator with men, as required, to assist in the setting of lines and levels for
                   the work.

         .6        Legal survey markers disturbed or removed by the construction operations shall be
                   replaced at the Contractor's expense. If it is necessary to cover over existing legal
                   survey markers, the Contract Administrator shall be so notified before such
                   covering.

Item 8.0            Field Engineering
        .1          Qualifications of Surveyor
                  .1          Qualified registered British Columbia Land Surveyor, acceptable to
                              Contract Administrator and Consultant.
                  .2          Qualified registered Geotechnical Engineer, acceptable to Contract
                              Administrator and Consultant.
                  .3          Qualified registered Structural Engineer, acceptable to Contract
                              Administrator and Consultant.
                  .4          Locate, confirm and protect control points prior to starting site work.
                              Preserve permanent reference points during construction.
         .2         Survey Requirements
                 .1           Establish two permanent bench marks on site, referenced to established
                              bench marks by survey control points. Record locations, with horizontal
                              and vertical data in Project Record Documents.
                  .2          Establish lines and levels locate and lay out by instrumentation.
                  .3          Stake the clearing limits and obtain approval of the Contract Administrator
                              prior to doing any work.
                  .4          On completion of subgrade for the sport field, asphalt concrete pathways,
                              unit pavers, and concrete pads, provide geotechnical report confirming
                              compaction to specified densities.
         .3         Records
                  .1          Maintain a complete, accurate log of control and survey work as it
                              progresses.
         .4         Subsurface Conditions
                  .1          Promptly notify Contract Administrator, in writing, if subsurface conditions
                              at place of the work differ significantly from those indicated in Contract
                              Documents, or reasonable assumption of probable conditions based
                              thereon.
                  .2          After prompt investigation, should Contract Administrator determine that
                              conditions do differ materially, instructions will be issued for changes in the
                              Work as provided in Item 44.0 - Changes in the Work.
         .5         Utilities
                  .1          Arrange with the various utilities to locate utilities in the field prior to work
                              commencing.
                  .2          The Contractor will assume full responsibility for the location and
                              protection of all under and above ground utilities, such as water, sewer
                              and gas mains and house connections, hydro and telephone poles, wires
                              and conduits, etc. whether they are shown on the plans or not. Where
                              such information is shown on the drawings, such information is not
                              guaranteed.
                  .3          Where the work must pass in close proximity to, or connect to, existing
                              structures or utilities, confirm the location, type of material, or other
                              relevant characteristics of the existing item. Notify Contract Administrator
                              immediately of any discrepancy that may affect the quality of the Work.



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                 .4          Obtain Contract Administrator’s permission in writing prior to interrupting
                             any service. Distribute notices to all premises affected by the interruption
                             twenty-four (24)hours in advance of services interruption.

Item 9.0              Local Conditions

         1.       The Contractor shall, by personal inspection, examination, calculations or tests, or
                  by any other means satisfy himself with respect to the local conditions to be
                  encountered and the quantities, quality and practicability of the work and of his
                  methods of procedure. No verbal agreement or conversation with any officer,
                  agent or employee of the Owner, either before or after the execution of the
                  Contract, shall affect or modify any of the terms or obligations herein contained.

Contract Administrator, Owner, Contractor Relations

Item 10.0             Contract Administrator's Status

         .1       The Contract Administrator shall be the Owner's representative during the
                  construction period and shall observe the work in progress on behalf of the Owner.
                  He shall have authority to act on behalf of the Owner only to the extent expressly
                  provided in the Contract Documents or otherwise in writing. The Contract
                  Administrator shall have the authority to stop the work whenever such stoppage
                  may be necessary, in his reasonable opinion, to ensure the proper execution of the
                  work in accordance with the provisions of the Contract.

         .2       If, at any time, the Contract Administrator is of the opinion that there exists a
                  danger to life or to property, he may order the Contractor to stop work or to take
                  such remedial measures as he considers necessary. The Contractor shall obey
                  such orders immediately. Neither the giving or carrying out of such orders shall
                  thereby entitle the Contractor to any extra payment.

         .3       The Contract Administrator is, in the first instance, the interpreter of the Contract
                  and the judge of its performance. The Contractor shall obey, perform and comply
                  with the Contract Administrator's orders or instructions with respect to the work or
                  concerning the conduct thereof, promptly, efficiently and to the satisfaction of the
                  Contract Administrator. However, should the Contractor hold such orders or
                  instructions to be at variance with the Contract Documents or to involve changes in
                  work already done, ordered or under way in excess of the Contract, he shall notify
                  the Contract Administrator accordingly in writing within ten (10) days of the receipt
                  of such orders or instructions and before proceeding to carry them out.

Item 11.0         Arbitration

         .1       In the case of any dispute between the Owner, or the Contract Administrator on his
                  behalf, and the Contractor during the progress of the work or afterwards or after
                  the termination or breach of the Contract, as to any matter arising thereunder,
                  either party hereto shall be entitled to give to the other notice of such dispute and
                  to demand arbitration thereof. Such notice shall be in writing and shall specify the
                  matter to be submitted to arbitration and in it said party shall name a person to act
                  as receipt of such written notice, the other party by written notice shall choose and
                  name a second arbitrator; the two (2) arbitrators so chosen shall forthwith jointly
                  select a third arbitrator, giving written notice to both parties of the choice so made
                  and fixing a place and time for meeting, not later than thirty (30) days thereafter, at
                  which both parities may appear and be heard, touching such controversy relating
                  to the matters aforesaid. In case the two (2) arbitrators shall fail to agree upon a


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                  third arbitrator, or in case the party notified of the demand for arbitration shall fail to
                  name the second arbitrator within the time stipulated, such third arbitrator (or such
                  second and third arbitrators, as the case may be), upon the application of either
                  party of which the other shall be given notice, shall be named by a Justice of a
                  Superior Court of the province or territory in which the work is performed. The
                  parties may agree to submit the matter to one (1) arbitrator whose award shall be
                  as binding as that of three (3) arbitrators.

         .2       The submission and the arbitration proceedings shall be under the provisions of
                  the Arbitration Act of the province or territory in which the work is performed. The
                  decision of the said arbitrator(s) shall be made in writing within thirty (30) days
                  after the completion of hearings thereon and, when signed by a majority of them,
                  shall be final and conclusive upon the parties thereto.

         .3       Arbitration proceedings shall not take place until after the completion or alleged
                  completion of the work except:
                  .1       on a question of certificate for payment; or
                  .2       in a case where either party claims that the matter in dispute is of such a
                           nature as to make immediate arbitration proceedings necessary while the
                           evidence is available.

         .4       The arbitrator(s), in their decision, shall determine which party shall bear all or a
                  portion of the costs and expenses of the arbitration, including the fees of the
                  arbitrator(s) and said arbitrator(s) may, in any such decision, allocate such costs
                  and expenses between the parties, in such amounts as they may deem fair and
                  equitable by reason of such decision.

Item 12.0            Inspection of Work

         .1       The Contractor shall allow the Contract Administrator and/or the Owner access
                  and shall provide adequate facilities for access to any part of the works at all
                  times. If the specifications, Contract Administrator's instructions, laws, ordinances
                  or any public authority requires any work to be specially tested or approved, the
                  Contractor shall give the Contract Administrator advance notice of this
                  preparedness for such inspection and, if the inspection is by an authority other
                  than the Contract Administrator, of the date fixed for such inspection. The
                  Contract Administrator shall inspect the work promptly and without causing
                  unreasonable delay to the Contractor. Extra payment will not be made to the
                  Contractor for delay occasioned by any inspection and extension of completion
                  time will not be allowed for delay resulting therefrom.

         .2       On request by the Contract Administrator, the Contractor shall open for inspection
                  any part of the work that has been covered up. If the Contractor refuses to comply
                  with such request, the Owner may employ other persons to uncover the work. If
                  the work is found to be in accordance with the contract requirements, then the cost
                  of uncovering and recovering the work shall be borne by the Owner. If any of the
                  work was covered by the Contractor in contravention of the Contract
                  Administrators instructions or if the uncovered work is found not to be in
                  accordance with the Contract requirements then the cost of uncovering the work
                  shall be charged to the Contractor.

         .3       Inspections and reports shall be timed to avoid undue delays in the execution of
                  the work. Provide 24 hours notice to Contract Administrator.

         .4       Observation schedules may include but will not be limited to the following:


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                 .1       Start-Up Site Meeting: a meeting with the contractor to review layout and
                          schedule, materials and samples, tree preservation issues, general
                          construction issues and municipal requirements is required prior to start-
                          up;
                 .2       Progress Site Visits: to observe materials, samples and field testing, and
                          workmanship as necessary through the course of the work. Review of
                          different aspects of the work may be dealt with on any single visit;
                 .3       Substantial Performance Review: of all work, accounting of all
                          substitutions, deletions; plant counts; deficiency list, recommendations for
                          completion;
                 .4       Substantial Performance Statement;
                 .5       Final Process Claim: application prior to completion of hold-back period
                          check for completion of deficiencies;
                 .6       Warranty Inspection: prior to completion of the warranty period:
                          .1       One(1) year from date of issuance of Certificate of Completion by
                                   the Payment Certifier, according to the Builders Lien Act 1997;
                          .2       Specimen plant material warranty two(2) years from date of
                                   issuance of Certificate of Completion by the Payment Certifier
                                   according to the Builders Lien Act;
                          .3       Review all warranty material, and report recommendations for
                                   warranty replacement.

         .5       Independent Testing Agencies:
                  .1     The Contractor shall pay for and engage Independent Testing Agencies,
                         approved by the Contract Administrator, for purposes of testing portions of
                         Work where required by the Contract Documents.
                  .2     The Contract Administrator may employ an independent testing firm to
                         conduct quality control tests to determine compliance of the work with the
                         Contract Documents.
                  .3     Should material or workmanship be found to be unacceptable, the full cost
                         of testing relating to the deficiency shall be charged to the Contractor. The
                         contractor shall have no claim for delays, interruptions, double handling of
                         materials, rejection of materials, or any other cause brought about by such
                         tests, including awaiting the outcome of such tests.
                  .4     Owner reserves the right to test or retest materials. The Contractor will be
                         responsible to pay for testing if materials do not meet specifications.
                  .5     Provide a minimum 24 hours notice to the Contract Administrator to permit
                         testing to be conducted at appropriate times in an efficient manner.

         .6       Reports:
                  .1     Submit 1 copy of inspection and test reports promptly to Contract
                         Administrator.
                  .2     Provide copies to Subcontractor of work being inspected/tested and
                         manufacturer/fabricator of material being inspected/tested.

         .7       Record Drawings:
                  .1     Maintain on the construction site an approved set of Contract Drawings.
                  .2     During construction accurately and neatly record deviations from Contract
                         Documents caused by site conditions and changes ordered by Contract
                         Administrator.
                  .3     Record locations of concealed components of mechanical and electrical
                         services. Identify drawings as "Project Record Copy". Maintain in new
                         condition and make available for inspection on site by Contract
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                  .4        On completion of Work and prior to final inspection, submit record
                            documents to Contract Administrator.

         .8       The acceptance or the lack of comment on the part of the Contract Administrator
                  of methods of construction employed by the Contractor shall not relieve the
                  Contractor of his responsibility for any errors therein and shall not be regarded as
                  an acceptance of responsibility for the work done by the Contractor.

Item 13.0         Supervision and Labour

         .1       The Contractor shall keep on the work, at all times during its progress, a
                  competent superintendent who is acceptable to the Contract Administrator. The
                  superintendent shall represent the Contractor in his absence and directions given
                  to him shall be held to be given to the Contractor. The Superintendent shall give
                  efficient supervision to the work until its completion. The Superintendent assigned
                  shall remain the same person through to project completion, unless written
                  authorization, for a change, has been received from the Contract Administrator to
                  do so.

         .2       When competent personnel are available locally, they shall, whenever possible, be
                  employed by the Contractor.

         .3       The Contractor shall comply with the requirements of the Fair Wages and Hours of
                  Labor Act of Canada, the Workmen's Compensation Act of the province or territory
                  in which the work is carried out and all other federal and provincial legislation
                  regarding wages and labor regulations.

Item 14.0         Lands by Owner

         .1       The Owner shall provide the lands upon which the work is to be performed. Where
                  work is to be performed on lands owned by others, the Owner shall obtain the
                  necessary easements or rights-of-ways. Delay in providing these lands or
                  obtaining easements or rights-of-way which, in the opinion of the Contract
                  Administrator, delays the work or results in extra cost to the Contractor, shall be
                  deemed proper cause for adjustment in the time of completion and adjustment of
                  the Contract amount to cover the extra cost to the Contractor.

         .2       The Owner will endeavor to obtain the necessary easements or rights of entry in
                  time to permit construction to proceed as scheduled by the Contractor. When this
                  is not possible, the Contractor shall withhold work on property owned by others
                  until such time as easements or rights of entry have been obtained.

         .3       The Contractor will be furnished with sketches showing the allowable working area
                  and will be informed of any stipulation which may limit the use of this area.



Item 15.0            Lands by Contractor

         .1       Any lands other than those upon which the work is to be performed which may be
                  required for temporary facilities, storage purposes or access to the work site, other
                  than those provided by the Owner, shall be provided by the Contractor with no
                  liability to the Owner.

Item 16.0         Private Land


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         .1       It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to ascertain the boundaries within which
                  the work must be confined. The Contractor shall not enter upon lands other than
                  those provided by the Owner for any purpose without obtaining prior written
                  permission of the property owners and occupiers. The Contractor shall not enter
                  upon lands owned by others, on which the Owner has easements or
                  rights-of-entry, without having received the written authorization of the Owner for
                  such entry. It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to ascertain from the Owner
                  the conditions on which easements or rights-of-entry have been granted on private
                  lands and to abide by these conditions throughout the course of construction.

         .2       Where work is done on private property, the Contractor shall obtain a written
                  release, in triplicate, from the owner of the property, to the effect that the owner is
                  completely satisfied with the restoration made to his property. A copy of the
                  signed release must be provided to the Owner before full payment will be made for
                  the work.

Item 17.0            Assignment of Contract

         .1       Neither party shall sublet, sell, transfer, assign or otherwise dispose of the
                  Contract or any portions thereof, or his right, title or interest therein, or his
                  obligations thereunder, without written consent of the other party, except for an
                  assignment to a bank of the payments to be received hereunder.

Item 18.0            Suspension of Work by Owner

         .1       The Owner may, at any time, suspend the work or any portion thereof provided he
                  gives the Contractor five(5) days written notice of suspension. The Contractor
                  shall resume work upon written notice of the Owner within ten (10)days after the
                  date set forth in such notice or in a subsequent notice to resume work. The
                  Owner shall reimburse the Contractor for costs and expenses incurred by the
                  Contractor as a result of such suspension of work or portion thereof, but the
                  Contractor shall not recover from the Owner payment for any loss of profits or
                  damages.

Item 19.0         Owner's Termination of the Contractor's Rights

         .1       The Owner will have the right to terminate the Contractor's right to continue with
                  the work if the Contractor at any time becomes bankrupt, makes an assignment of
                  his property for the benefit of his creditors or if a receiver should be appointed.
                  Such termination shall be effective upon the Owner giving notice thereof. If, at any
                  time, the Contractor:
                  .1       fails to commence work within the time specified in the Contract
                           Agreement;
                  .2       fails to use diligence or to make such progress with the work as, in the
                           opinion of the Contract Administrator, is necessary to ensure the
                           completion of the work in the time specified in the Contract Agreement;
                  .3       fails to furnish or maintain a detailed work schedule and procedure as
                           required in Item 41.0 - Notice to Proceed hereof or to maintain the
                           progress of the work in accordance fails, in the opinion of the Contract
                           Administrator, to supply enough competent workmen, management and
                           suitable equipment; or becomes, in any way, in the opinion of the Contract
                           Administrator, unable to carry on the construction of the works and fails to
                           remedy such default within ten (10) days of written notice to do so, the
                           Owner will have the right to terminate the Contractor's right to continue


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                          with the work. Such termination will be effective upon the Owner giving
                          notice thereof.

         .2       Upon such termination, the Owner may take all the work out of the Contractor's
                  hands and employ such means as he may see fit to complete the works. In such
                  cases:

                  .1      the Contractor shall have no claim for any further payment in respect of
                          work performed but shall be liable for all loss of profits, damages and
                          expenses which may be suffered by the Owner by reason of such default
                          or delay or the non-completion by the Contractor of the works;

                  .2      no objection or claim shall be raised or made by the Contractor by reason
                          or on account of the ultimate cost of the works so taken over for any
                          reason proving greater than, in the opinion of the Contractor, it should
                          have been;

                  .3      all materials and all rights, proprietary or otherwise, licenses, powers and
                          privileges, whether relating to or affecting real or the Contractor for the
                          purposes of the work under the provisions of this Contract will become or
                          remain and be the property of the Owner for all purposes incidental to the
                          completion of the works and may be used, exercised and enjoyed by the
                          Owner and;

                  .4      the Owner may forthwith enter into possession of all equipment on the site
                          of the work and may use the same in any way it sees fit in order to
                          complete the works without the Owner being in any way liable for
                          damage or any other cost in connection with such use by the Owner.
                          Upon completion of the work, such equipment may be returned to the
                          Contractor or may be sold by the Owner and the net proceeds of such sale
                          credited to the Contractor's account.

Item 20.0         Contractor's Termination of the Contract

         .1       The Contractor shall have the right to terminate the contract for any of the
                  following reasons:
                  .1      In the event of an Order of any Court or other public authority other than
                          the Owner, causing the work to be stopped or suspended, and
                          when the period of such stoppage or suspension exceeds ninety (90)
                          days and when such stoppage or suspension occurs through no act or
                          fault of the Contractor, his agents or servants. In such event, the
                          Contractor shall receive from the Owner payment for the work performed
                          and losses sustained in respect of materials. The Owner shall not be
                          liable for any loss of profits, damages or expenses incurred by the
                          Contractor as a result of such stoppage or suspension. Such termination
                          shall be effective upon the Contractor giving notice thereof.
                  .2      In the event the Owner fails to pay, except as provided in the Contract
                          Documents, any sum certified by the Contract Administrator within twenty
                          (20) days from the specified date of payment and fails to remedy such
                          default within ten(10) days of the Contractor's written notice to do so. In
                          such event, the Contractor shall receive from the Owner, payment for the
                          work performed and losses sustained in respect of any materials and
                          payment for loss of profits, damages and expenses. Such termination shall
                          be effective upon the Contractor giving notice thereof.



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Item 21.0            Separate Contracts

         .1       The Owner reserves the right to let other contracts in connection with the work.
                  The Contractor shall afford other contractors reasonable opportunity for the
                  introduction and storage of their materials and the execution of their work and shall
                  properly connect and coordinate his work with theirs.

         .2       If any of the Contractor's work, as specified herein and shown on the drawings,
                  depends upon the work of any other contractor, the Contractor shall inspect and
                  measure the work in place and determine whether anything in such work renders it
                  unsuitable for proper execution of this work. He shall promptly report the results of
                  such inspection and measurement to the Contract Administrator if anything in such
                  work renders it unsuitable for proper execution of his work. His failure to inspect
                  and report promptly shall constitute an acceptance of the other contractor's work
                  and he shall have no claim against the Owner by reason of anything in such work
                  rendering the same unsuitable for proper execution of his work.

Item 22.0            Subcontracts

         .1       The subcontractors named in the Tender Form and others as may be approved by
                  the Contract Administrator following execution of the Contract Agreement shall not
                  be changed nor shall additional subcontractors be employed except with the
                  written approval of the Contract Administrator. The Contractor is responsible to
                  the Owner for the acts and omissions of his subcontractors and of their employees
                  to the same extent that he is responsible for the acts or omissions of persons
                  employed by himself. Nothing in the Contract Documents shall create any
                  contractual relation between any subcontractor and the Owner. The Contractor
                  shall bind every subcontractor by the terms of the Contract Documents.

Item 23.0         Oral Agreements

         .1       No oral instructions, objection, claim or notice by any party to the others shall
                  affect or modify any of the terms or obligations contained in any of the Contract
                  Documents and none of the provisions of the Contract Documents shall be held to
                  be waived or modified by reason of any act whatsoever other than by an agreed
                  waiver or modification thereof in writing.

Item 24.0            Non-Waiver

         .1       Any failure by the Owner or the Contract Administrator at any time, or from time to
                  time, to enforce or require the strict keeping and performance of any of the terms
                  or conditions of the Contract will not constitute a waiver of such terms or conditions
                  in anyway or the right of the Owner or the Contract Administrator at any time to
                  avail itself or himself of such remedies as it or he may have for any breach or
                  breaches of such terms or conditions.

         .2       No provision in the Contract, which imposes or may be deemed to impose extra or
                  specific responsibilities or liabilities on the Contractor will restrict the general or
                  other responsibilities or liabilities of the Contract in any way.

Materials and Workmanship

Item 25.0            Materials by Contractor




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         .1       The Contractor shall supply all materials unless it is expressly specified to the
                  contrary. Materials used in the work shall meet the requirements of the
                  specifications or, where not detailed in the specifications, shall be to the Contract
                  Administrator's satisfaction. Unless otherwise specified, all materials shall be new.

         .2       At the time of quoting the Tenderer shall thoroughly check with all suppiers, for the
                  availability all products, materials and equipment specified in this contract, prior to
                  submitting their quotation.

         .3       The Tenderer must report in writing all substantial changes in materials from those
                  described on the Drawings, and in the Specification, at the time of quoting and
                  prior to quote submission.

         .4       Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall provide all water, light and power
                  necessary for the execution of the work.

         .5       Schedules of piping, fittings, reinforcing or other materials indicating quantity
                  and/or dimension, which are shown on the drawings or in the applicable sections
                  of the specifications, are intended only to assist the Contractor in his quantity
                  takeoff. Quantities and dimensions shown therein are not guaranteed to be
                  accurate and shall be checked by the Contractor prior to placing an order for such
                  materials.

         .6       No variations between the quantities shown on such schedules and those actually
                  installed shall give rise to any claim by the Contractor or to any right for additional
                  payment in a lump sum price contract or to a variation in unit price in a unit price
                  contract.

         .7       All materials provided by the Contractor shall rest in and become the property of
                  the Owner as soon as the same are delivered to the site of the works but shall
                  remain in the custody and at the risk of the Contractor.


Item 26.0         Materials by Owner

         .1       The Owner will provide only such materials as are specifically listed as being
                  supplied by the Owner.

         .2       Materials supplied by the Owner, already on the site or other designated location
                  at the time of Contract execution, and materials delivered following execution of
                  the Contract shall be examined by the Contractor for quantity and defects and the
                  Contractor shall sign a statement of materials acceptance, specifically listing
                  materials and quantities thereof and noting
                  all defective material. In so accepting these materials, the Contractor shall
                  assume responsibility for their protection and, except for latent defects not
                  reasonably noticeable at the time of examination, for their quality.

         .3       Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall take delivery of materials supplied
                  by the Owner at the point of delivery nearest to the works and shall, at his own
                  cost, pay all demurrage, insurance, standby charges, wharfage and other
                  unloading costs and costs of transporting such materials from the point of delivery
                  to the job site. The Contractor shall verify the delivery dates of materials provided
                  by the Owner and shall a arrange work schedules to comply therewith.

Item 27.0            Materials Storage


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         .1       The Contractor, at his own cost, shall store all materials provided for the work
                  either by himself or the Owner until they have been incorporated into the
                  completed works. Materials shall be so stored as to ensure the preservation of
                  their quality and fitness for the work and shall be protected from vandalism and
                  theft. Stored materials shall not be stored on the site and any material in storage
                  found to be faulty shall promptly be removed from the site by the Contractor.

Item 28.0         Rejected Work and Materials

         .1       All materials which do not conform to the requirements of the Contract Documents,
                  are not approved by the Contract Administrator or are in anyway unsatisfactory or
                  unsuited to the purpose for which they are intended will be rejected. Any defective
                  work, whatever the cause thereof and without limiting the generality of the
                  foregoing, whether the result of poor workmanship or use of defective materials,
                  shall be removed within ten (10) days after written notice is given by the
                  Contract Administrator and the work shall be re-executed by the Contractor. The
                  fact that the Contract Administrator may have previously overlooked such
                  defective work shall not constitute an acceptance. The removal of work and the
                  re-execution thereof shall be at the expense of the Contractor and he shall pay the
                  cost of replacing the work which shall include materials of other contractors,
                  destroyed or damaged by the removal of the rejected work or materials and the
                  subsequent replacement with acceptable work. The Contractor shall also
                  reimburse the Owner for any additional engineering inspection or testing costs
                  incurred in respect of rejected work or materials, whether such work or materials
                  are replaced or not or are accepted at the lower price. If in the opinion of the
                  Contract Administrator, it is not expedient to re-execute defective work, the Owner
                  may deduct from the Contract price the difference in value between the work as
                  done and that called for by the Contract, the amount of which shall be determined
                  by the Contract Administrator.

Item 29.0         Owner's Right to Correct Deficiencies

         .1       Upon failure of the Contractor to perform the work in accordance with the contract
                  Documents and after ten (10) days written notice to the Contractor or,
                  without notice, if an emergency or danger to the work or public exists, the Owner
                  may, without prejudice to any other remedy he may have, correct such
                  deficiencies. The cost of work performed by the Owner in correcting deficiencies
                  shall be paid by the Contractor.

Item 30.0         Character of Workmen

         .1       All workmen must have sufficient knowledge, skill and experience to perform
                  properly the work assigned to them. Any foreman or workman employed by the
                  Contractor or subcontractor who, in the opinion of the Contract Administrator, does
                  not perform his work in a skillful manner or appears to be incompetent or to act in
                  a disorderly or intemperate matter shall, at the written request of the Contract
                  Administrator, be removed from the site of the work immediately and shall not be
                  employed again in any portion of the work without the approval of the Contract
                  Administrator.

Item 31.0         Handling Chemicals
        .1         Comply with all applicable legislation and regulations, including but not exclusive
                   to, the Federal Pest Control Products Act, Fisheries Act and Food and Drugs Act;
                   and the Provincial Pesticide Control Act, Wildlife Act, Weed Control Act, Plant


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                     Protection Act, and Waste Management Act; as well as any Municipal or Regional
                     District Legislation.
         .2          Employ persons legally certified under Provincial and Federal Legislation to
                     handle and apply all chemicals including but not exclusive to Herbicides,
                     Pesticides, Fungicides and Insecticides.


Item 32.0         One Year Guarantee

         .1       Neither the final progress payment nor the Notice of Acceptance shall relieve the
                  Contractor of responsibility for faulty materials or defective workmanship. The
                  Contractor, unless specifically stated otherwise herein, guarantees to maintain the
                  work against any defects arising from faulty installation, faulty material supplied
                  under the Contract or faulty workmanship which may appear within one (1) year
                  from the date of the Notice of Acceptance. Faulty materials shall be replaced and
                  defects discovered and failures which occur during the one (1) year guarantee
                  period shall be rectified to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator and in
                  accordance with the Contract Documents including, if deemed necessary by the
                  Contract Administrator, replacement of all or a portion of the work.

         .2       The Contractor shall replace material and rectify all failures that occur as a result
                  of settlement of trench backfill or collapse of trench walls during the one year
                  guarantee period.

         .3       Trenches in which backfill settles shall be refilled with the specified backfill material
                  and paved surfaces that are adjacent to trenches or on trench backfill which fail
                  during this period shall be replaced or repaired in an approved manner.

         .4       If the Owner observes through use of the works or if it is discovered by tests or
                  inspection of the works prior to the end of the guarantee period that a deficiency or
                  defect exists in the materials or workmanship in respect to the specified works, the
                  Owner or Contract Administrator shall immediately notify the Contractor by
                  whatever means are available, of the defect or deficiency and instruct him to
                  rectify the fault. Such notification shall be confirmed by the Owner in writing to the
                  Contractor. In the event that this work, in the opinion of the Owner, must be done
                  immediately to prevent serious damage, injury or loss of life, the Owner may
                  perform or cause to be performed the necessary work and shall notify the
                  Contractor accordingly. Work required under guarantee shall, except as otherwise
                  provided herein for emergencies, be carried out by the Contractor or his
                  representative within five(5) days of the Owner's or Contract Administrator's
                  written instruction to perform the work. In the event that this work is not done by
                  the Contractor within the five (5)day period, the Owner may take whatsoever
                  action is necessary to have the work done.


         .5       All costs resulting from the necessity to work under the one (1) year guarantee
                  requirement, whether it be done by the Contractor, his representative or the
                  Owner, as provided herein, shall be borne by the Contractor. The Contractor shall,
                  in addition, be liable to the Owner for all expenses, losses or damages incurred by
                  the Owner as a result of such faulty materials and defective workmanship as are
                  referred to in the first paragraph of Item 28.0 - Rejected Work and Materials, or as
                  a result of the Contractor's failure to meet the guarantee requirements as
                  specified herein, including, but without limiting the generality hereof, all costs of
                  engineering, inspecting and testing work.



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         .6       The above Item 32.0 - One Year Guarantee, shall not restrict the liability of the
                  contractor in any way.




Insurance, Legal Responsibility and Public Safety

Item 33.0            Insurance and Bonds

         .1       Insurance and Bonds are described in the City's "Special Provisions Regarding
                  Contract Insurance and Bond specifications" which form part of the Contract
                  Documents.

Item 34.0         Damage to Work

         .2       The Contractor shall be responsible for all loss and damage whatsoever which
                  may occur on or to the works, completed or otherwise, until such time as the entire
                  works have been completed and the Notice ofAcceptance has been issued by the
                  Owner. In the event of any loss ordamage occurring, the Contractor shall, on
                  notice from the Contract Administrator, immediately put the works into the
                  condition it was immediately prior to such loss or damage, all at the Contractor's
                  expense, except where such loss or damage was caused solely by an act of the
                  Owner.

Item 35.0         Protected Areas
        .1        Protect all site services, curbs, paving, structures to remain, finishes, and all other
                  features against damage during the work.
         .2       Report all damage immediately and repair to the satisfaction of the Contract
                  Administrator.
         .3       Protect all new plants and existing trees and landscape areas to remain.
         .4       No machine work in area of preserved planting.
         .5       Do not stockpile soil, construction materials, or excavated materials within any
                  vegetated areas.
         .6       Do not park, service or fuel vehicles within vegetation areas.
         .7       No debris fires, clearing fires, or trash burning shall be permitted.
         .8       Do not cut branches or roots of retained trees without the approval of the
                  Contract Administrator.. Notify the Contract Administrator of any damage to new
                  plants or preservation areas immediately. Damage to landscape areas will be
                  assessed by the Landscape Architect based on the Guide for Establishing Values
                  of Trees and Other Plans, 1983, International Society of Arboriculture
         .9       Any change to location of tree preservation areas must be approved by the
                  Contract Administrator and impacted trees for removal and replacement
                  identified prior to any disturbance.
         .10      Replacement planting of equivalent value to the disturbance will be required. The
                  cost of the evaluation and replacement planting will be borne by the General
                  Contractor and/or the person(s) responsible for the disturbance.

Item 36.0            Indemnity

         .1       The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Owner from and against all
                  losses and all claims, demands, payments, suits, actions, recoveries and
                  judgments of every nature and description brought or recovered against him


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                  and/or the Owner by reason of any act or omission or alleged act or omission of
                  the said Contractor, his agents, employees or subcontractors in the execution of
                  the work.

Item 37.0         Patents and Royalties

         .1       The Contractor shall pay all royalties and licence fees and shall save the Owner
                  harmless from loss of account of suits or claims which may arise by reason of the
                  work for infringement or alleged infringement of patents in force at the execution of
                  the Contract Documents.

Item 38.0         Permits and Regulations

         .1       The Contractor shall, at his own expense, procure all permits, certificates and
                  licences required by law for the execution of the work and shall comply with all
                  federal, territorial, provincial and local laws, regulations and ordinances affecting
                  the execution of the work, save insofar as the Contract Documents specifically
                  provide otherwise.

         .2       The Contractor shall comply with the current requirements of the Canada Fisheries
                  Act and is specifically prohibited from causing damage to fish habitat. Any work
                  undertaken as part of this contract by the Contractor, his subcontractors, agents or
                  assigns which may affect fish habitat in watercourses shall be approved in writing
                  by the Fisheries Service, Environment Canada and no such work shall be
                  commenced before written approval is received by the Contractor.

Item 39.0            Injury or Damage to Persons or Property

         .1       The Contractor shall use due care and take all necessary precautions to ensure
                  the protection of persons and property and shall comply with the provisions of the
                  Workers' Compensation Act of the province or territory in which the work is carried
                  out. The Contractor shall be liable for any and all injury or damage which may
                  occur to persons or to property due to any act, omission, neglect or default of the
                  Contractor or of his employees, workmen or agents.

         .2       The Contractor shall provide:
                  .1     Site Control:
                         Provide construction facilities and temporary control in order to execute
                         work expeditiously, and remove all such work after use. Temporary
                         drainage and pumping facilities shall be provided to keep excavations and
                         site free from standing water. Temporary erosion and sedimentation
                         control facilities shall be provided to protect downstream watercourses.
                  .2     Hoarding:
                         .1       Erect hoarding around perimeter of site to completely enclose the
                                  site and protect public, workers, public and private property from
                                  injury or damage.
                         .2       Provide “solid” board hoarding 1.8m high complete with lockable
                                  pedestrian and vehicular gates.
                         .3       Hoarding shall be painted plywood panels similar in nature to what
                                  is existing on the south and west property lines of the site or, solid
                                  fencing panels of an approved equivalent, by the Contract
                                  Administrator. Snow fencing, portable welded wire mesh or loose
                                  chainlink attached to posts will not be permitted.
                  .3     Signage:



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                          .1      Provide and erect within 1 week of signing a Contract, a project
                                  sign in a location designated by the Contract Administrator.
                                  Indicate on a 1.2 m x 2.4 m wood frame, professionally painted,
                                  plywood project sign, the Name of the Owner, Contract
                                  Administrator, Contractor and the Project Name. Obtain City
                                  approval of sign size, proposed location and wording, prior to
                                  ordering. Maintain the sign in good condition for duration of the
                                  work, with periodic cleaning.

         .3       Notwithstanding the provisions of Item 20.0 - Contractor’s Termination of the
                  Contract, in an emergency affecting the safety of life or of the work or of adjoining
                  property, the Contractor, without the necessity of authorization from the Contract
                  Administrator shall act in a reasonable manner to prevent loss or injury.

         .4       The Contractor is required to ensure that construction on the project is carried out
                  in a safe and legal manner, with full compliance with the City of Coquitlam’s
                  bylaws.

         .5       Give notification of danger or damage to property, site features, or the environment
                  at once, verbally, and where necessary, in writing, to the Contract Administrator
                  and to the appropriate public agencies or authorities.

         .6       The work shall be carried out in a manner that will cause the least interruption to
                  vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Where work is to be carried out on highways or
                  properties other than those of the Owner, the Contractor shall familiarize himself
                  with the requirements of the owner or controllers of these highways or properties
                  which pertain to traffic control and safety or which place limitations on the work
                  and shall comply with these requirements.

         .7       Give notification of danger or damage to property, site features, or the environment
                  at once, verbally, and where necessary, in writing, to the Contract Administrator
                  and to the appropriate public agencies or authorities for the safety and repair of
                  such property, public utilities or for protection of the environment.

Item 40.0          Temporary Structures and Facilities
        .1        Sanitary Facilities:
                  .1      Provide sufficient sanitary facilities for workers in accordance with local
                          health authorities. Maintain in clean condition.
         .2       Water Supply:
                  .1      Water is not available on the construction site. Contractor will make
                          arrangements and pay for supply of water for construction purposes. Use
                          water for the work which is free from any organic or chemical
                          contaminants detrimental to healthy plant growth. Ensure a supply of
                          water for landscape purposes in adequate amounts and at adequate
                          pressures for satisfactory irrigation of all plants.
         .3       Temporary Power:
                  .1      Provide and pay for temporary power required during construction for
                          temporary lighting and operating of power tools, to maximum supply of
                          [230] volts [30] amps.
                  .2      Arrange for connection with appropriate utility company. Pay costs for
                          installation, maintenance and removal.
         .4       Temporary Telephone:
                  .1      If required provide and pay for temporary telephones necessary for own
                          use and use of City’s Representatives.



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         .5       Traffic Control:
                  .1       Direct traffic through and around the construction site using flagging
                           persons and warning signs. A minimum of one lane shall be made
                           available to through traffic at all times and access to private property shall
                           be maintained at all times.
         .6       Dust/Mud Control:
                  .1       The Contractor is responsible at all times, to control, airborne dust
                           particles from the construction site and the depositing of mud and other
                           debris on surrounding properties or roadways, at levels acceptable to the
                           Contract Administrator.
         .7       Equipment/Tool/Materials Storage:
                  .1       Provide and maintain, in clean and orderly condition, lockable
                           weatherproof sheds for storage of tools, equipment and materials. Locate
                           materials not required to be stored in weatherproof sheds on site in
                           manner to cause least interference with work activities.
         .8       Project Cleanliness:
                  .1       Maintain the site in tidy condition, free from accumulation of waste
                           products and debris. Remove waste material and debris at the end of
                           each working day.
                  .2       Be responsible for cleaning any spillage of materials or debris from
                           streets. Keep streets broom clean.

Progress, Completion of Work and Payment

Item 41.0            Notice to Proceed

         .1       Following the execution of the Contract Agreement by the Contractor, written
                  Notice to Proceed with the work shall be given to the Contractor by the Owner.
                  The Contractor shall begin work within seven (7) days of the Notice to Proceed
                  and shall prosecute the work regularly and uninterruptedly thereafter, unless
                  otherwise directed in writing by the Contract Administrator or Owner, in such
                  manner as to secure completion of the work contracted for within the time stated in
                  the Contract Agreement. Time shall be of the essence of the Contract.

         .2       If, however, when the Notice to Proceed is given, a strike or lockout affecting
                  workers of a classification required to organize or begin performance of the work
                  reasonably prevents the Contractor from begetting work within seven (7) days, the
                  completion date stated in the contract Agreement shall be extended by the same
                  number of days as the number of days between the giving of Notice to Proceed
                  and the end of the strike or lockout. If the strike or lockout affects workers of
                  several classifications and such strike or lockout ends on different dates, the end
                  of the strike or lockout shall be deemed to occur when all workers of a
                  classification required to organize or begin performance of the work are permitted
                  to work for the Contractor. No extension of time herein provided for shall be
                  grounds for any claim whatsoever by the Contractor for extra payment.

         .3       If the Contract Administrator deems necessary, regular project progress meetings
                  will be scheduled throughout progress of work. The Contract
                  Administrator will provide physical space and make arrangements for meetings;
                  record minutes; include significant proceedings and decisions; identify'action by'
                  parties; reproduce and distribute copies of minutes within [five] days after each
                  meeting and transmit to meeting participants, affected parties not inattendance,
                  Consultants, and City.

Item 42.0            Failure to Complete on Time


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         .1       Should the Contractor fail to complete the work under this Contract within the time
                  specified, the Owner shall be entitled to make deductions from payments due to
                  the contractor to compensate himself for the following:
                  .1      Loss of revenue during the extra time required to complete the Contract if
                          the completed project is revenue-producing.           Where the approved
                          schedule of rates, rents, tolls, and/or property assessments established by
                          the Owner is available, the loss will be calculated on the basis of such
                          schedule.
                  .2      The cost of engineering services incurred during the extra time required to
                          complete the Contract.
                  .3      Any expenses or damages which are incurred by the Owner as a result of
                          the Contractor's failure to complete the work under this Contract within the
                          time specified. No bonus will be allowed by the Owner for completion of
                          the works in less time than specified in the Contract Agreement.

Item 43.0         Schedule of Completion

         .1       The Contractor's attention is drawn to the Construction Schedule, which is part of
                  the Tender Form and shall be imposed upon the Contractor. This Schedule
                  stipulates the time for completion in working days, defining a working day as any
                  day except Saturdays, Sundays and statutory holidays and except any day on
                  which the Contractor is prevented by inclement weather or conditions resulting
                  immediately therefrom adverse to controlling operations, as determined by the
                  Contract Administrator, from proceeding with at least 60% of the normal labor and
                  equipment force engaged upon such operations for at least five (5) hours towards
                  the completion of such.

         .2       A controlling operation is to be construed to include any feature of the work
                  considered at the time by the Contract Administrator and the Contractor which, if
                  delayed, will delay the time of completion of the work. In the even of delay caused
                  by strikes or combinations on the part of the workmen employed or by any act of
                  the Contract Administrator, the Contractor cannot reasonably be held responsible
                  for, or in the event of extra or additional work being ordered by the Contract
                  Administrator, the Contract Administrator may allow such additional time for
                  completion as he may deem fair and reasonable provided the Contractor applies
                  in writing for an extension of time at the time such delay occurs or such extra or
                  additional work is ordered and satisfies the Contract Administrator that he is justly
                  entitled to a further time allowance.

         .3       The Contractor is responsible to plan, schedule and co-ordinate construction
                  including, submittals, use of site, temporary utilities, facilities and controls such
                  that project will be completed by the specified completion date.

         .4       The Contractor shall start the work and work regularly and uninterruptedly
                  thereafter, unless otherwise directed in writing by the Contract Administrator, in
                  such a manner as to secure completion of the work contracted for within the time
                  outlined in the Construction Schedule.

         .5       The Contractor shall co-operate with and meet the requirements of the City of
                  Coquitlam and any other government agencies as required.

         .6       The Contractor shall submit a Construction Schedule in the format provided in the
                  Tender Form (See Tender Form, Page 17 - Appendix 2). In preparing the
                  schedule, the Contractor shall take into consideration:


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                  .1      Delays which may be encountered.
                  .2      Co-ordination with others and weather conditions.
                  .3      Optimum conditions for grading, growing medium placement, compaction,
                          and prompt watering operations.
                  .4      Optimum environmental protection during all operatons.

         .7       The Contractor shall prepare a construction schedule in chronological order of
                  start of each item of work. Submit the preliminary schedule with the Tender Form
                  and then an updated schedule within ten days after Award of Contract to the
                  Contract Administrator.

         .8       The Contractor shall submit approved Construction Schedule updates at each
                  application for payment and indicate progress of each activity.

         .9       In the event of the Contractor's failure to complete and deliver the work at the
                  specified time, then the Contractor shall pay to the City, as liquidated damages for
                  such default, a sum of Five Hundred Dollars ($500) per day for each and every
                  working day after the time specified until the actual completion of the work.

Item 44.0         Changes in the Work

         .1       The Owner or the Contract Administrator, without invalidating the Contract, may
                  make changes by altering, adding to or deducting from the work. The Contractor
                  shall proceed with the work as changed and the work shall be executed under the
                  provisions of the original contract. No change shall be undertaken by the
                  Contractor, without written order of the Contract Administrator, except in an
                  emergency endangering life or property, and no claims for additional
                  compensation shall be valid unless the change was so ordered.

         .2       If, in the opinion of the Contract Administrator, such changes affect the time of
                  contract completion or the contract amount, these shall be adjusted at the time of
                  ordering the changes. The value of the addition or deduction from the contract
                  amount and the method of determining such value shall be decided by the
                  Contract Administrator. The Contract Administrator shall use one or more of the
                  following methods in deciding such value
                  .1       by unit prices or combinations of unit prices of the Tender Form;
                  .2       by unit prices submitted by the Contractor, accepted by the Owner and
                           approved the Contract Administrator;
                  .3       by lump sum based on the Contractor's estimate, accepted by the Owner
                           and approved by the Contract Administrator; and
                  .4       on a Force Account basis, as specified hereinafter.

Item 45.0         Force Account Work

         .1       Compensation for work done on a Force Account basis will be made as follows:
                  .1    Force Account rates for personnel and equipment, as specified in the
                        Tender Form, will form the basis for payment to the Contractor.
                  .2    On subcontract work, the Contractor will be paid the subcontractor's
                        proper bill for such work performed plus ten percent(10%) thereof as his
                        fee.
                  .3    Materials supplied by the Contractor will be paid for at the supplier's
                        invoice price plus an additional payment of ten percent (10%) of cost to
                        cover handling and indirect overhead costs plus ten percent (10%) of all
                        cost, including indirect overhead, and his fee.



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                  .4       The cost of the work done each day shall be submitted to the Contract
                           Administrator in satisfactory form on each succeeding day after Force
                           Account work is carried out and will be approved or adjusted by him.
                  .5       The submission to, or acceptance or approval by, the Contract
                           Administrator of daily Force Account costs shall not at any time be
                           deemed to be an admission that the work is properly chargeable to Force
                           Account.

Item 46.0         Extension of Contract Time

         .1       The time for completion of the work under the Contract may be extended in the
                  event of one (1) or more of the following:
                  .1      Where extra work, as herein provided, is added to the work under the
                          Contract.
                  .2      Where the work is suspended as provided for in Item 18 – Suspension of
                          Work.

         .2       Where the work is delayed on account of conditions which could not have been
                  foreseen or which were beyond the control of the Contractor and which were not
                  the result of the fault or negligence of the Contractor, his agents or employees,
                  provided, however, rain, wind, flood or other natural phenomena of normal
                  intensity for the area shall not be construed as cause for an extension of time for
                  completion of the work.

         .3       Where delay occurs in the progress of the work as a result of the act or neglect of
                  the Owner or his employees or by other contractors employed by the Owner.

         .4       Where delay occurs as a result of an act of a public authority.

         .5       Where the Contract Administrator causes delay in the furnishing of drawings or
                  necessary information.

         .6       Where strikes, lockouts or labor disputes prevent or substantially interfere with the
                  progress of the work.

         .7       Where, in the opinion of the Contract Administrator, the Contractor is entitled to an
                  extension of time.

         .8       A claim for extension of contract time shall only be considered when submitted by
                  the Contractor to the Contract Administrator in writing within seven (7) days of the
                  occurrence of the delay on which the claim is based, provided, however, that in the
                  case of a continuing cause of delay, only one (1) claim shall be necessary. Within
                  a reasonable period after the Contract submits a request for an extension of time,
                  the Contract Administrator will notify the Contractor in writing of the number of
                  days extensions, if any, which will be allowed. The Contract Administrator will
                  make the final decision on all requests for extension of time.

         .9       The granting of additional time to complete the work hereunder shall not give the
                  Contractor grounds to make any claims whatsoever for additional payment, save
                  on the grounds set out in (b) above.

Item 47.0            Use of Completed Portions

         .1       The Owner shall have the right to take possession of and use any completed or
                  partially completed portions of the work, notwithstanding that the time for


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                  completing the entire work or such portions may not have expired; but such taking
                  possession and use shall not be deemed an acceptance of any work not
                  completed in accordance with the Contract Documents. If such prior use
                  increases the cost of, or delays the completion of, uncompleted work or causes
                  refinishing of completed work, the Contractor shall be entitled to such extra
                  compensation or extension of time or both, as the Contract Administrator may
                  determine.

Item 48.0            Progress Payment Certificate

         .1       The Contract Administrator will calculate all progress payments and prepare
                  certificates for payment by the Owner. Where unit prices apply, payment will be
                  calculated on the basis of the quotationed prices and the units of work completed,
                  as determined by the Contract Administrator. Where a lump sum price applies,
                  payment will be calculated on the basis of the Contract Administrator's estimated
                  percentage of work completed.

         .2       Ninety percent (90%) of the value of all labor and materials incorporated in the
                  works, including extras and less deductions up to and including the last day of the
                  preceding month, less the aggregate of previous payments, will, with the
                  exception of the final progress payment which will be paid in accordance with
                  Item 53.0 - Final Progress Payment , become due and be payable by the Owner to
                  the Contractor on or before the twentieth (20th) day of each month.

         .3       The monthly estimates shall not bind the Owner in any manner in the preparation
                  of the final estimate of the work done but shall be construed and held to be
                  approximate only and shall in no case be taken as an acceptance of work or as a
                  release of the Contractor from his responsibility therefor.

Item 49.0         Payment Withheld

         .1       The Owner may withhold or nullify the whole or part of any progress payment to
                  the extent necessary to protect himself from loss on account of one (1) or more of
                  the following:

                  .1        That the Contractor is not making satisfactory progress in the opinion of
                            the Contract Administrator.

                  .2        That defective work is not being remedied at all or, in the alternative, in a
                            manner satisfactory to the Contract Administrator.
                  .3        That there are affidavits (or an affidavit) of claim of lien or liens (or a lien)
                            filed against the lands and premises on which the work is done or is being
                            done or reasonable evidence of the probable filing of such affidavits (or an
                            affidavit) of claim of lien or of filing or registration of liens (or a lien).

                  .4        That the Contractor is failing to make prompt payments as they become
                            due to subcontractors or for material or labor.

                  .5        That there exists unsatisfied claims for damages caused by the Contractor
                            to anyone employed on the site or in connection with the work.

         .2       Where subcontractors or suppliers of material are not receiving prompt payment,
                  the Owner may make payment to such subcontractors or suppliers direct and
                  deduct the amount of such payments from amounts otherwise due to the
                  Contractor.


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         .3       In addition to other holdbacks as provided by the Contract Documents, when
                  considering Substantial Performance, the Owner may hold back from payments,
                  otherwise due to the Contractor, a sum equal to two(2) times the value of the
                  defective, deficient or uncompleted work, as determined by the Contract
                  Administrator.

         .4       This construction deficiency holdback may be held, without interest, until such
                  deficiency or defect is remedied. The items of defect or deficiency and the
                  amounts of related holdback shall be listed separately on the Payment Certificate.

Item 50.0         Removal of Liens

         .1       The Contractor shall forthwith remove, at his own expenses, all affidavits of claim
                  of lien or liens filed or registered against the lands and premises on which the work
                  is done or is being done or reasonable evidence of the probable filing of such
                  affidavits (or an affidavit) of claim of lien or of filing or registration of liens (or a lien)
                  and the Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Owner from liability
                  arising out of any such affidavit or affidavits of claim of liens.

Item 51.0         Project Close-out
        .1        Final Cleaning:
                  .1      When the Work is Substantially Performed, remove surplus products,
                          tools, construction machinery and equipment not required for performance
                          of remaining Work.
                  .2      Remove waste materials and debris from site at regularly scheduled times
                          or dispose of as directed by Contract Administrator.
                  .3      Do not burn waste materials on site.
                  .4      Leave work broom clean before inspection process commences. Clean
                          and polish metal surfaces and fixtures. Broom clean and wash exterior
                          walks, steps and surfaces. Remove dirt and other disfigurations from
                          exterior surfaces.

         .2       Systems Demonstration:
                  .1     Prior to final inspection the Contractor shall demonstrate operation of each
                         system to the Contract Administrator and any other City representatives.
                  .2     Instruct city personnel in operation, adjustment, and maintenance of
                         equipment and systems, using provided operation and maintenance data
                         as basis for instruction.

         .3       Documents:
                  .1    Collect reviewed submittals and assemble documents executed by
                        Subcontractors, suppliers, and manufacturers.
                  .2    Submit materials prior to final Application for Payment.
                  .3    Submit operation and maintenance data, record (As-built) drawings.
                  .4    Provide warranties and bonds fully executed and notarized.
                  .5    Execute transition of Performance and Labour and Materials Payment
                        Bond to warranty period requirements.

         .4       Inspection/Takeover Procedures:
                  .1      Prior to application for certificate of Substantial Performance, carefully
                          inspect the Work and ensure it is complete, that major and minor
                          construction deficiencies are complete, defects are corrected and the site
                          is clean and in a condition for occupancy.



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                  .2       Notify Contract Administrator, in writing, of satisfactory completion of the
                           Work and request an inspection.
                  .3       During Contract Administrator review, a list of deficiencies and defects will
                           be tabulated. Correct same.
                  .4       When Contract Administrator, considers deficiencies and defects have
                           been corrected and it appears requirements of Contract have been
                           performed, make application for certificate of Substantial Performance.
                           Refer to Item 52.0 - Completion and Acceptance, for specifics of
                           application.

Item 52.0            Completion and Acceptance

         .1       On completion of construction, all portions of the work shall be gone over carefully
                  by the Contractor, who will satisfy himself that every item has been completed and
                  that the whole works are in a clean and tidy condition and ready in all respects for
                  acceptance by the Owner. The Contractor shall then, by writing to the Contract
                  Administrator request that a final inspection of the works be carried out.

         .2       On receipt of a written recommendation from the Contract Administrator, the
                  Owner, subject to his acceptance of this recommendation and provided the
                  Contractor has complied with all the provisions of the Contract, save for those
                  which cannot be performed until after the Notice of Acceptance has been issued,
                  will issue the Notice of Acceptance. Such recommendation will only be made by
                  the Contract Administrator following:
                  .1       The final inspection of the works and rectification by the Contractor of all
                           job deficiencies.
                  .2       The submission to the Contract Administrator by the Contractor of a
                           written statement that all claims and demands of the Contractor for extra
                           work, or otherwise in connection with the Contract, have been presented
                           in writing to the Contract Administrator and agreed upon by both parties.

         .3       If the Contractor considers that, for reasons beyond his control, all job deficiencies
                  cannot be rectified promptly, he may, in writing, request a partial acceptance of the
                  works and a partial release of the holdback monies.

         .4       Such a written request must be submitted to the Contract Administrator but shall
                  not be submitted to or considered by the Contract Administrator until the statement
                  referred to in (.2) above has been submitted.          Subject thereto, the Contract
                  Administrator will consider the request and will make such commendations thereon
                  to the Owner as he shall, in his absolute discretion think fit.

         .5       The Owner will consider the Contract Administrator's recommendation and will
                  decide in its absolute discretion how far, if at all, and on what terms to accede to
                  the Contractor's request.     Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the
                  Owner will require assurance that acceding to such request will not prejudice its
                  rights under any applicable lien legislation or bonds.

Item 53.0         Final Progress Payment

         .1       The final progress payment certificate will be prepared following completion and
                  acceptance of the work and review with the Contractor of all work quantities and
                  any claims and demands of the Contractor for extra work in connection with the
                  Contract. The final progress payment will represent the total payment due to the
                  contractor for the completed works, less ten percent (10%) retained as provided in
                  the Builder’s Lien Act, S.B.C. 1997, c.45, whether such Act applies to the work or


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                  not, and less the value of deficient and uncompleted work, as determined by the
                  Contract Administrator or as agreed between the Owner and the Contractor in
                  accordance with the provisions of the last paragraph of the last preceding Item.

         .2       The final progress payment will be made within thirty (30) days following issuance
                  of the Notice of Acceptance.

Item 54.0            Release of Holdback

         .1       The holdback will be paid to the Contractor as per the New Builders Lien Act,
                  S.B.C. 1997, c.


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                                                INDEX

PART I - INTRODUCTION

      Item 1.         Importance of Prompt Attention to Insurance and Bond Requirements
      Item 2.         Format of the Special Provisions.


PART II - GENERAL

      Article 1.      General Conditions
                      (a) Special Provisions Forming Part of the Contract.
                      (b) Acceptable Insurance Carriers.
                      (c) Owner's Right to Change Terms
                      (d) Delivery of Insurance Documents.
                      (e) Owner's Right to Insure..


PART III - PROCEDURE RESPECTING TENDERING

      Article 2.      Security Deposit (Bid Bond)
      Article 3.      Certificate of Compliance


PART IV - PROCEDURE RESPECTING CONTRACT INSURANCE AND BONDING

      Article 4.      General Conditions
                      (a) Damage to work (excluding Building Contracts where Article 8,
                          Paragraph (1), Further Responsibilities of Contractor, applies).
                      (b) Damage to Work, etc., continued.
                      (c) Indemnity.

      Article 5.      Bonds
                      (a) Performance Bond.
                      (b) Labor and Material Payment Bond.

      Article 6.      Public Liability Insurance (Other than Automobile Third Party Liability
                      Insurance)
                      (a) Evidence of Insurance.
                      (b) Effective Dates and Terms.
                      (c) Limits of Liability.



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      Article 7.      Public Liability Insurance (Automobile)
                      (a) Evidence of Insurance.
                      (b) Limits of Liability.
                      (c) Expiration Date.

      Article 8.      Physical Loss Damage with repect to New Buildings under construction
                      and/or Additions and Alterations to Existing Structures.
                      (a) Responsibility for Placing Insurance.
                      (b) Insurance Coverage Required.
                      (c) Responsibility of Contractor - Limitations of Cover and Deductibles.
                      (d) Responsibility of Contractor - Direct Damage Insurance.
                      (e) Responsibility of Contractor - Machinery and Equipment belonging to
                          others.
                      (f) Contractor's Waiver of Liability to Coquitlam.
                      (g) Liability of Contractor.
                      (h) Responsibility of Contractor for protection of work, persons and property.
                      (i) Action to be taken in the event of loss or damage to work covered by the
                          Cotnractor.
                      (j) Further responsibility of Contractor.
                      (k) Owner not responsible for loss or damage, or loss of property use of
                          Contractors and their Employees.



PART V - APPENDICES

             Appendix I          Bid Bond.
             Appendix II         Certificate of Compliance (other than Automobile Liability).
             Appendix III        Performance Bond.
             Appendix IV         Labour and Material Payment Bond.
             Appendix V          Certificate of Insurance.
             Appendix VI         Confirmation of Insurance Coverage APV 47.
             Appendix VII        Non-owned Automobile Insurance (I.C.B.C. form 29.)
             Appendix VIII       Builders Risk Broad Form. (Page 1 and 2)




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PART I - INTRODUCTION

Item 1.      Importance of Prompt Attention to Insurance and Bond Requirements

             The Municipal Council has directed that the apparently successful Contractor, after
             being so informed, shall complete the "Special Provisions Regarding Contract
             Insurance and Bond Specifications". Contractors are advised however, to make
             themselves familiar with the Specifications as undue delay may result if advance
             investigations are not carried out.


Item 2.      Format of the Special Provisions

             Part II of the Special Provisions deals generally with insurance and bonding with
             respect to the Contract. Certain documents must be provided at the time of tendering.
             These requirements are set out in Part III.

             Before any work may commence, and no exceptions will be allowed to this rule,
             certain other documentation will be required and this is set out in Part IV.

             The Appendices contain the forms referred to in Parts III and IV of the Special
             Provisions.




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PART II - GENERAL

Article 1. General Conditions

             (a)     Special Provisions Forming Part of the Contract:

                     The Special provisions regarding contract insurance and bond specifications set
                     out herein shall be attached to and form part of the Contract Documents.

             (b)     Acceptable Insurance Carriers:

                     The insurer issuing any policy, or other document which is evidence of
                     insurance to the Contractor, shall be an insurer licensed by the Superintendent
                     of Insurance in the Province of British Columbia and registered with the
                     Department of Insurance for Canada at Ottawa, except the Insurance
                     Corporation of British Columbia, which is not subject to this condition.

             (c)     Owner's Right to Change Terms:

                     Notwithstanding anything contained in the Contract Documents, the Owner will
                     have the right to change or alter any of the specified terms and conditions
                     respecting insurance at the sole option of the Owner if, in the opinion of the
                     Owner, this is desirable. The Contractor will be notified in writing of any
                     changes required by the Owner.

             (d)     Delivery of Insurance Document:

                     All insurance policies or other acceptable specified documents shall be
                     delivered to, and accepted by, the Owner before the Contract Documents are
                     signed. No work shall be commenced by the Contractor or by anyone acting on
                     the instructions of the Contractor, until the required Insurance Documents have
                     been accepted by the Owner and the Contract Documents have been duly signed
                     by the Owner and the Contractor.

             (e)     Owner's Right to Insure:

                     Should the Contractor for any reason not comply with the specified
                     requirements with respect to the insurance, the Owner will, at the Owner's
                     option, have the right to purchase all or any part of such insurance which, in the
                     opinion of the owner, maybe required to provide the specified insurance, and, in
                     the event of so doing, the Owner will have the right to pay the premiums for
                     such insurance and to withhold the amount of premiums so paid from any
                     amount due and payable to the Contractor under the Contract.




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PART III - PROCEDURE RESPECTING TENDERING

Article 2. Security Deposit

             Each tender much be accompanied by a Bid Bond in duplicate on the form included
             as Appendix 1, said Bid Bond to be issued by a surety company licensed to conduct
             business in the Province of British Columbia and shall be in the amount of ten per
             cent (10%) of the tender price.

Article 3. Certificate of Compliance

             The apparently successful Contractor shall submit in duplicate upon demand by the
             City of Coquitlam, the Certificate(s) of Compliance included as Appendix 2 with
             respect to the insurance and surety documents required to be provided by the
             successful Tenderer. If more than one insurer is being called upon to provide the
             required insurance, duplicate Certificates of Compliance will be required from each
             insurer so called upon.

             It is important to note that the Certificate(s) of Compliance respecting the required
             bonds and the Comprehensive Public Liability Insurance Policy (except for the
             Automobile Liability Insurance) must be signed by a duly authorized official of the
             insurer named. The signature of an insurance agent or employee of same on these
             items, is NOT ACCEPTABLE.



PART IV. PROCEDURE RESPECTING CONTRACT INSURANCE AND BONDING

Article 4. General Conditions

             (a) Damage to work        (excluding building Contracts where Article 8 Paragraph (1), further
                                       responsibility of contractor, applies).

                     The Contractor shall be responsible for any and all loss, or damage whatsoever which
                     may occur on or to the works, completed or otherwise, until such time as the entire
                     works have been completed and the Notice of Acceptance has been issued by the
                     owner, except that loss or damage caused solely by an act of the owner. In the event of
                     any loss or damage occurring, the Contractor shall, on notice from the Engineer,
                     immediately put the works into the condition it was immediately prior to such loss or
                     damage, all at the Contractor's expense, except where such loss or damage was caused
                     solely by an act of the Owner.

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Article 4. (cont’d)

                     The Contractor shall be responsible for any and all loss or damage whatsoever which
                     may occur on or to the works, completed or otherwise, arising out of the negligence of
                     the Contractor, any sub-contractors, and the employee or agents of any of them.

             (c)     Indemnity

                     The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Owner from and against any and
                     all losses, claims, demands, payments, suits, actions, recoveries, and judgements of
                     every nature and description brought or recovered against him, and/or the Owner, by
                     reason of any act or omission of the said Contractor, his agents, or employees in the
                     execution of the work.

Article 5. Bonds

             To ensure the faithful execution and proper fulfillment of the Contract, the Contractor shall
             provide the Owner with the following bonds at the time of his execution of the Contract
             Agreement.

             (a)     A Performance Bond in the amount of fifty per cent (50%) of the total Contract amount
                     covering the faithful performance of the Contract: and

             (b)     A Labor and Material Payment Bond in the amount of fifty per cent (50%) of the Total
                     Contract price.

             The above bonds must be issued by a surety company licensed to carry on business in the
             Province of British Columbia and shall be provided in duplicate on the forms included as
             Appendix III and Appendix IV respectively.



Article 6. Public Liability Insurance
             (Other than Automobile Third Party Liability Insurance)

             (a)     Evidence of Insurance:
                     The Contractor shall deposit with the Owner, before the work commences, a Certificate
                     of Insurance, signed by an authorized representative of the insurer (NOT an Insurance
                     Agent or Broker), such certificate to be as shown in Appendix V.

             (b)     Effective Dates and Terms:
                     The effective date of the certificate of Insurance shall be the date of the execution of
                     the Contract Agreement and the term of this policy shall be from such effective date
                     until a date not less than twelve (12) months after the date of completion of all work,
                     under the Contract.




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Article 6. (cont’d)

             (c)     Limits of Liability Bodily Injury and for Property Damage shall be inclusive limits not
                     less than the minimum limits arrived at as follows:-

                                                                     Combined Limit of Liability

                     On all Contracts less than $250,000                        $3,000,000.00

                     On Contracts of $250,00 up to and                          $3,500,000.00
                     including $750,000

                     On Contracts over $750,000 up to                           $5,000,000.00
                     and including $1,250,000

                     On Contracts over $1,250,000 up to                         $5,000,000.00
                     and including $1,750,000

                     On Contacts over $1,750,000 – by                           $5,000,000.00
                     special instructions from the owner.

Article 7. Public Liability Insurance               (Automobile)

             (a)     Evidence of Insurance:

                     The Contractor shall deposit with the owner before the work commences a Certificate
                     of Insurance with respect to owned Automobiles on I.C.B.C. Form No. APV 47 entitled
                     "Confirmation of Insurance Coverage" and with respect to Non-Owned Automobiles
                     including hired Automobiles and Contractual Liability on I.C.B.C. non-owned
                     automobile policy Form APV 29 (if non-owned automobile is not included under the
                     comprehensive general liability coverage), each signed by an authorized representative
                     of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia, refer to Appendix VI and VII.

      (b)    Limits of Liability:
             Limits of Liability of each policy shall be not less than $5,000,000.00 inclusive limits
             for bodily injury or death, and for damage to property.

      (c)    Expiration Date:
             The expiration date of each policy shall be as shown on Form APV 47. All policies
             expiring during the term of the contract shall be renewed by the Contractor who shall
             provide evidence of Insurance respecting such renewals to the City of Coquitlam on
             or before the expiry date.




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Article 8. Physical Loss Damage with repect to New Buildings under construction and/or
           Additions and Alterations to Existing Structures.

      (a)    Responsibility for Placing Insurance:
             The types of Insurance required under this Section will be provided and maintained at
             the expense of the District of Coquitlam during the term of the Contract and will be
             as follows unless otherwise changed by specific endorsement to these Insurance
             Specifications.

      (b)    Insurance Coverage Required:
             Builders Risk Completed Value "All Risks" course of Construction Insurance with a
             policy form similar to but not less broad in cover granted than the specimen policy
             attached as Appendix VIII to these Insurance Specifications. This policy will be
             written in the names of the City of Coquitlam and the Contractor with loss payable as
             their respective interests may appear.

      (c)    Responsibility of Contractor - Limitations of Cover and Deductibles:
             The insurance provided by the City of Coquitlam as described herein will not provide
             the Contractors with full protection against any and all kinds of loss or damage which
             may arise out of the Contract. It is, therefore, the responsibility of the Contractor to
             fully understand the scope of the cover provided with particular attention to the
             exclusions, limitations of cover and deductible provisions contained in the Insuring
             Agreements of the policies and it is further the responsibility of the Contractor to take
             out at the Contractor's expense, whatever other additional insurance the Contractor
             may consider necessary or desirable for his protection subject as hereinafter provided.
             The Contractor shall act in the City of Coquitlam as he would if he had arranged such
             Insurance himself.

      (d)    Responsibility of Contractor - Direct Damage Insurance:

             If the Contractor fails to do all or anything that is required of him concerning Insurance, the
             City of Coquitlam may do what is required and any monies expended by the City of
             Coquitlam for that purpose shall be repayable by and recoverable from the Contractor.
             Should any action failure, or negligence of the Contractor result in higher Insurance costs
             being incurred by the City of Coquitlam such additional costs shall be payable by or
             recoverable from the Contractor.

      (e)    Responsibility of Contractor - Machinery and Equipment Belonging to Others:

             Unless otherwise directed by the City of Coquitlam in writing, the Contractor shall carry
             insurance covering loss or damage to construction machinery, tools and equipment owned by
             and/or on bare rental from a third party or parties and used by the Contractor in performing
             the work, which insurance shall be in a form satisfactory to the City of Coquitlam and having
             coverage in accordance with the actual cash value of such construction machinery, tools and
             equipment. Such policies shall also provide for subrogation to be waived against the City of
             Coquitlam. A certified copy of the policy shall be delivered to the City of Coquitlam not
             later than thirty days after the commencement of work under the Contract.

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      (f)    Contractor's Waiver of Liability to Coquitlam:

             The Contractor hereby releases the City of Coquitlam from any and all Liability for damages
             to the extent that such damages are covered by the course of construction insurance referred
             in Article 8 of these specifications.

      (g)    Liability of Contractor:

             Neither the providing of insurance by the Contractor or the City of Coquitlam in accordance
             with the requirements hereof, nor the insolvency, bankruptcy, nor failure of any insurance
             company to pay any claim accruing shall be held to waive any of the provisions of this
             contract with respect to the liability of Contractor or otherwise.

      (h)    Responsibility of Contractor for Protection of Work, Persons and Property:

             The Contractor and all persons employed by the Contractor or under his control, and all
             employees and sub-contractors shall use due care that no person or property is injured, and
             that no rights are infringed in the prosecution of the work. Contractors shall take particular
             care to protect the work against loss or damage caused by riot, vandalism or malicious
             mischief and shall at the expense of the contractor provide all necessary safeguards in the
             form of watchmen and/or watch dog protection to prevent loss or damage of this type. The
             payment of deductibles is the responsibility of the contractor and if not paid by the contractor
             such amounts shall be deducted by City of Coquitlam from payment due to the Contractor.
             These deductibles will normally be $250.00 each claim.

      (i)    Action to be Taken in the Event of Loss or Damage to the Work Covered by the
             Contract:

             When any loss or damage occurs to the work or to any materials and supplies on the
             site of the work, the Contractor shall remove any and all damaged or destroyed
             property and shall rebuild or replace the damaged or destroyed work, materials, or
             supplies and complete the work to the satisfaction of the owner. For such removal,
             rebuilding, or replacing, the Contractor shall be entitled to receive from the Owner
             the amount of insurance monies received by the owner pursuant to the said
             adjustment which amount shall be paid to the Contractor as the work of rebuilding or
             replacing proceeds, and in accordance with the Agreement. Damage or destruction of
             the whole or any part of the work shall not affect the rights and obligations of either
             party under the Agreement, except that in such event the Contractor shall be entitled
             to such reasonable extension of time to complete the work as the Architect and/or
             Engineer may decide.




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Article 8 (cont'd.)

      (j)    Further Responsibility of Contractor:

             Other than with respect to loss or damage arising out of insured risks and
             hereinbefore specified, the Contractor shall be responsible for all loss or damage
             whatsoever which may occur on or to the works completed or otherwise, until such
             time as the entire works have been completed and the Notice of Acceptance has been
             issued by the Owner, except that loss or damage caused solely by an act of the
             Owner.

             In the event of any loss or damage occurring, the Contractor shall on notice form the
             owner, immediately put the works into the condition it was immediately prior to such
             loss or damage, all at the Contractor's expense except as previously stated.

      (k)    Owner Not Responsible for Loss or Damage, or Loss of Property Use of Contractors
             and their Employees:

             The owner will not be responsible for securing or paying for insurance of any kind
             other than as specified in Article 8 of these specifications nor will the owner have any
             responsibility whatsoever for loss or damage from whatever cause occurring to
             property owner, leased, or otherwise in the possession of the Contractor, sub-
             contractors or their employees including, without restricting the generality of the
             foregoing, machinery, equipment, tools, supplies, and clothing at the construction site
             or elsewhere including loss of use of same.




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APPENDIX I
                                                    BID BOND
NO.                                                                                          $

                                KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT

                                  As Principal, hereinafter called the Principal, and


                      As Surety, hereinafter called the Surety, are held and firmly bound unto


                            As Obligee, hereinafter called the Obligee, in the amount of
                                                                                                               Dollars

($                                   ) lawful money of Canada, for the payment of which sum, well and truly to be
made, the Principal and the Surety bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns,
jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.

WHEREAS, the Principal has submitted a written tender to the Obligee,

dated the                  day of                                2009, for:

                      CONTRACT No. C62354 COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
                                                        at
                                            City Hall, Coquitlam, B.C.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that if the aforesaid Principal shall
have the tender accepted within sixty (60) days from the closing date of tender and the said Principal will, within the
time required, enter into a formal contract and give good and sufficient bonds to secure the performance of the terms
and conditions of the contract, then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise the Principal and Surety will
pay unto the Obligee the difference in money between the amount of the bid of the said Principal and the amount for
which the Obligee legally contracts with another party to perform the work if the latter amount be in excess of the
former.
The surety shall not be liable for a greater sum than the specified penalty of this bond.

Any suit under this Bond must be instituted before the expiration of six (6) months from the date of this Bond.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Principal has hereto set its hand and affixed its seal, and the Surety has caused
these presents to be sealed with its corporate seal duly attested by the signature of its Attorney-In-Fact,

this __________ day of _________________, 2009.


SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED                 )
in the presence of:                          )
                                             )                  ___________________________________
                                             )                  PRINCIPAL
                                             )
                                             )                  ___________________________________
                                             )                  SURETY

APPENDIX II

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                                   CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE


The City of Coquitlam                                                                         , 2009
3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, B.C. V3B 7N2

Dear Sirs:

WE, the undersigned

do hereby undertake and agree to supply upon demand, the insurance documents listed as follows, on
behalf of:

                                                (Name of Contractor)


                                               (Address of Contractor)

with respect to:
                      CONTRACT No. C62354 COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
                                                        at
                                            City Hall, Coquitlam, B.C.

all in accordance with the Special Provisions regarding Contract Insurance and Bond Specifications
applicable to the above noted Contract, a copy of which is included and forms part of this Certificate of
Compliance.

Note to the Insurer: Please mark with an 'X' in the space provided opposite those items which you
agree to provide.
Item
1.      Performance Bond
        [In the minimum amount of fifty per cent (50%)of the total Contract price.]

2.       Labor and Material Payment Bond
         [In the minimum amount of fifty per cent (50%) of the total Contract price.]

3.       Public Liability Insurance (Excluding Automobiles)
         [A separate and individual original Certificate of Insurance.]



(Signature of authorized Official of the insurer)




(Typed name of Official)


APPENDIX II (cont'd.)




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                                CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE


Note:

         (1)      This Certificate to be submitted in duplicate for each insurer called upon.

         (2)      The term "authorized official of the insurer" means an official who is an
                  employee of the insurer, not an insurance agent or broker of employee of same.

         (3)      With respect to Article 6 - Public Liability Insurance (Excluding Automobiles)
                  attention is drawn to that portion of Part III - "Procedure Respecting Tendering"
                  Article 3 "Certificate of Compliance" reading as follows:

                  "If with respect to the Comprehensive Public Liability Insurance Policy, the
                  Insurance Company issuing same desires to limit the coverage grated by way of
                  deductible provisions or limitations of cover respecting the hazards of blasting
                  vibration or support or other underground work, or work involving demolition
                  then both the Certificates of Compliance and the Public Liability Policy itself,
                  when issued, must clearly state that such deductibles or limitations of cover shall
                  apply only to the Contractors and shall not reduce or limit the cover required by
                  the City of Coquitlam.




APPENDIX III

                                      PERFORMANCE BOND

No.                                                                             $

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                          KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT


                                 As Principal, hereinafter called the Principal, and


                      As Surety, hereinafter called the Surety, are held and firmly bound unto


                           As Obligee, hereinafter called the Obligee, in the amount of

                                                                                                              Dollars

($                    ) lawful money of Canada, for the payment of which sum, well and truly
to be made, the Principal and the Surety bind themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators,
successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.

WHEREAS, the Principal has entered into a written contract with the Obligee,

dated the                 day of                      , 2009 for:


                      CONTRACT No. C62354 COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
                                                       at
                                           City Hall, Coquitlam, B.C.


in accordance with the drawings and specifications submitted therefor which contract, drawings
and specifications and addends thereto, to the extent provided for, are by reference made part
hereof and are hereinafter referred to as the Contract.

NOW THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if the Principal
shall promptly and faithfully perform said Contract (including any addenda thereto, provided
such addenda do not collectively increase the amount to be paid to the Principal by more than
twenty per cent (20%) of the amount of the Contract except with the written consent of the
Surety) then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise, it shall remain in full force and
effect.




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APPENDIX III (cont'd.)

                                        PERFORMANCE BOND

Whenever the Principal shall be, and declared by Obligee to be, in default under the Contract,
the Obligee having performed Obligee's obligations thereunder, the Surety may promptly remedy
the default, or shall promptly
1.      Complete the Contract in accordance with its terms and conditions, or
2.      Obtain a bid or bids for submission to Obligee for completing the Contract in accordance
        with its terms and conditions, and upon determination by obligee and Surety of the
        lowest responsible bidder, arrange for a contract between such bidder and Obligee and
        make available as work progresses (even though there should be a default or a succession
        of defaults under the contract or contracts of completion arranged under this paragraph)
        sufficient funds to pay the cost of completion less the balance of the contract price; but
        not exceeding, including other costs and damage for which the Surety may be liable
        hereunder, the amount set forth in the first paragraph hereof. The term "balance of the
        contract price", as used in this paragraph, shall mean the total amount payable by Obligee
        to Principal under the Contract less the amount properly paid by Obligee to Principal.

Any suit under this Bond must be instituted before the expiration of two (2) years from date on
which the Notice of Acceptance under the Contract is issued.

The Surety shall not be liable for a greater sum than the specified penalty of this Bond.

No right of action shall accrue on the Bond to or for the use of any person or corporation other
than the Obligee named herein or the heirs, executors, administrators, or successors of Obligee.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Principal has hereto set its hand and affixed its seal, and the
Surety has caused these presents to be sealed with its corporate seal duly attested by the
signature of its Attorney-in-fact,

this                      day of                           2009.




SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED                     )
in the presence of:                              )
                                                 )
                                                 )                   ______________________________
                                                 )                   PRINCIPAL
                                                 )

                                                 )                   ______________________________
                                                 )                   SURETY




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APPENDIX IV

                              LABOUR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND
                                          (Private Contracts - Trustee Form)

No.                                                                                          $

Note: This Bond is issued simultaneously with another Bond in favor of the Obligee conditioned for the full and
      faithful performance of the Contract.

                              KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT

                                  As Principal, hereinafter called the Principal, and


                                     As Surety, hereinafter called the Surety, are
                     subject to the conditions hereinafter contained, held and firmly bound unto


                                   As Trustee, hereinafter called the Obligee, for
the use and benefit of the Claimants, their and each of their heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns
                                  jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.

SIGNED AND SEALED this                                 day of                                 2009.

WHEREAS, the Principal has entered into a written contract with the Obligee, dated

the                  day of                                       2009 for

                      CONTRACT No. C62354 COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
                                                        at
                                            City Hall, Coquitlam, B.C.

which contract is by reference made a part hereof, and is hereinafter referred to as the Contract.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if the Principal shall make
payment to all Claimants for all labor and material used or reasonably required for use in the performance of the
Contract, then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect, subject,
however, to the following conditions:

(1)   A claimant for the purpose of this Bond, is defined as one having a direct contract with the Principal for lab
      our, material, or both, used or reasonably required for use in the performance of the Contract, labor and
      material being construed to include the part of water, gas, power, light, heat, oil, gasoline, telephone service
      or rental equipment directly applicable to the Contract provided that a person, firm or corporation who rents
      equipment to the Principal to be used in the performance of the Contract under a contract which provides that
      all or any part of the rent is to be applied towards the purchase price thereof shall only be a Claimant to the
      extent of the prevailing industrial rental value of such equipment for a period during which the equipment
      was used in the performance of the contract. The prevailing industrial rental value of equipment shall be
      determined, insofar as it is practical to do so, in accordance with and in the manner provided for in the latest
      revised edition of the publication of the Canadian Construction Association entitled "Rental Rates on
      Contractors' Equipment" published prior to the period during which the equipment was used in the
      performance of the contract.
APPENDIX IV (cont'd.)


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                           LABOUR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND

(2)   The Principal and the Surety hereby jointly and severally agree with the Obligee as Trustee that every
      Claimant who has not been paid as provided for under the terms of his contract with the Principal before the
      expiration of a period of ninety (90) days after the date on which the last of such Claimant's work or labor
      was done or performed or materials were furnished by such Claimant, may as a beneficiary of the trust herein
      provided for, sue on this Bond, prosecute the suit to final judgment for such sum or sums as may be justly
      due to such Claimant under the terms of his said contract with the Principal and have execution thereon.
      Provided that the Obligee is not obliged to do or take any act, action or proceeding against the Surety on
      behalf of the Claimants or any of them to enforce the provisions of this Bond. If any act, action or
      proceeding is taken either in the name of the Obligee or by joining the Obligee as a party to such proceedings
      then such act, action or proceeding shall be taken on the understanding and basis that the Claimants or any of
      them who take such act, action or proceeding shall indemnify and save harmless the Obligee against all costs,
      charges and expense or liabilities incurred thereon and any loss or damage resulting to the Obligee by reasons
      thereof. Provided still further that subject to the foregoing terms and conditions, the Claimants or any of
      them may use the name of the Obligee to sue on and enforce the provisions of this Bond.

(3)   No suit or action shall be commenced hereunder by any Claimant:

      (a)    unless such Claimant shall have given written notice within the time limits hereinafter set forth to each
             of the Principal, Surety and Obligee, stating with substantial accuracy the amount claimed. Such
             notice shall be served by mailing the same by registered mail to the Principal, Surety and Obligee at
             any place where an office is regularly maintained for the transaction of business by such persons or
             served in any manner in which legal process may be served in the Province or other part of Canada in
             which the subject matter of the contract is located. Such notice shall be given (i) in respect of any
             claim for the amount or any portion thereof required to be held back from the Claimant by the
             Principal under either the terms of the Claimant's contract with the Principal under either the terms of
             the Claimant's contract with the Principal or under the Mechanic's Liens Legislation applicable to the
             Claimant's contract with the Principal whichever is the greater within one hundred and twenty (120)
             days after such Claimant should have been paid in full under the Claimant's contract with the
             Principal; (ii) in respect of any claim other than for the holdback or portion thereof referred to above
             within one hundred and twenty (120) days after the date upon which such claimant did or performed
             the last of the work or labor or furnished the last of the materials for which such claim is made under
             the Claimant's contract with the Principal.

      (b)    After the expiration of one (1) year following the date on which Principal ceased work on the Contract
             including work performed under the guarantee provided in the Contract.

      (c)    Other than in a court of competent jurisdiction in the Province or District of Canada in which the
             subject matter of the Contract or any part thereof is situated and not elsewhere, and the parties hereto
             agree to submit to the jurisdiction of such court.

(4)   The amount of this Bond shall be reduced by and to the extent of any payments made in good faith and in
      accordance with the provisions hereof, inclusive of the payment by the Surety of Mechanics' Liens which
      may be filed of record against the subject matter of the Contract, whether or not claim for the amount of such
      lien be presented under and against this Bond.




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APPENDIX IV (cont'd.)

                           LABOUR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND

(5)   The Surety shall not be liable for a greater sum than the specified penalty of this Bond.

      IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the Principal has hereto set its hand and affixed its seal, and the Surety has
      caused these presents to be sealed with its corporate seal duly attested by the signature of its Attorney-in-fact
      the day and year first above written.


SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED                 )
      in the presence of:                    )
                                             )
                                             )                  ___________________________________
                                             )                  PRINCIPAL
                                             )
                                             )                  ___________________________________
                                             )                  SURETY




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APPENDIX V
                                            CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE

This Certificate issued to the City of Coquitlam is to certify that policies of insurance, as described below, have been issued to
the Insured named below and are in force at this time. It is understood and agreed that thirty (30) days’ prior written notice by
registered mail of any material alterations, transfer, assignment or cancellation of any of the policies listed below, either in part
or in whole, will be given to the holder of this Certificate.


1.     This Certificate is issued to:                         Named Insured and Mailing Address:

          City of Coquitlam
          3000 Guildford Way
          Coquitlam, BC V3B 7N2
2.     Contract Name and/or Number:
       Description of Work:
3.     Insurance Policy
       Name of Insurer:
       Policy Number:                                                    Liability Limit:
       Effective Date:                                                   Expiry Date:
4.     Insurance Coverage
       Commercial General Liability coverage is required to insure liability from the construction activities
       arising out of operations or work in connection with the above-described project, including liability arising
       out of the use of City property.
       .1 The minimum limit shall be $2,000,000 inclusive per occurrence against bodily injury, personal injury
             and property damage.
       .2 The City of Coquitlam, its employees, officers, agents and volunteers are added as Additional Insureds,
             but only with respect to operations conducted by or on behalf of the Named Insured in connection with
             the above-described project, operations or work.
       .3 This insurance shall be primary as regards the City of Coquitlam, its employees, officers, agents and
             volunteers as Additional Insureds.
       .4 Any deductible or reimbursement clause contained in the policy shall not apply to the City of
             Coquitlam and shall be the sole responsibility of the Named Insured.
       .5 The insurance shall include the following coverages:
                   .1 Cross Liability Clause
                   .2 Non-Owned Automobile Liability
                   .3 Unlicensed Automobile Liability
                   .4 Blanket Contractual Liability
                   .5 Broad Form Property Damage Liability
                   .6 Owner’s & Contractor’s Protective Liability
                   .7 Products & Completed Operations Liability
       .6 Indicate provision of special coverage for this project as required by the City:
               YES         NO        Special Coverage Description
                                     Shoring and Underpinning Hazard
                                     Pile Driving and Vibrations
                                     Excavation Hazard
                                     Demolition
                                     Blasting

                                                    Authorized Signature of Insurer and stamp(not a Broker or Agent)

Date                                                Title




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                                       INDEX

Section                                                                 Page Number

Article 1 – The Work – Start/Completion Dates                                CA. 3
Article 2 – Contract Documents                                               CA. 4
Article 3 – Contract Price                                                   CA. 4
Article 4 – Changes to Scope of Work                                         CA. 5
Article 5 – Release and Indemnification                                      CA. 5
Article 6 – Worksafe BC (Workers’ Compensation Coverage)                     CA. 5
Article 7 – Payments                                                         CA. 6
Article 8 – Rights and Remedies                                              CA. 6
Article 9 – Notices                                                          CA. 6
Article 10 – Special Conditions                                              CA. 7
Article 11 – General                                                         CA. 7
Schedule 1                                                                   CA. 10
Schedule 2                                                                   CA. 11




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THIS AGREEMENT made in duplicate, this                           day of                      in the year

Contract:            Contract No. C62354 COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE

Reference No.:
                     (OWNER’S CONTRACT REFERENCE NUMBER)




BETWEEN:

       THE CITY OF COQUITLAM
       3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, B.C.V3B 7N2
                                                                                       (hereinafter called the "Owner")
       OF THE FIRST PART


AND:




(NAME AND OFFICE ADDRESS OF CONTRACTOR)
                                                                                  ( hereinafter called the "Contractor".)
       OF THE SECOND PART


WHEREAS the Owner did accept the Tender of Contract No. C62354 dated the                     day of               for:

                                          COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE

in the City of Coquitlam, according to the Drawings, Specifications, Schedules, Addenda and all other hereinafter
referred to.a the Contract Documents.

The Owner and the Contractor agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1            THE WORK – START/COMPLETION DATES

1.1    The Contractor will perform all Work and provide all labour, equipment and materials and do all things
       strictly as required by the Contract Documents.

1.2    The Contractor will commence the Work in accordance with the Notice to Proceed.

1.3    The Contractor will proceed with the Work diligently, will perform the Work generally in accordance with the
       Construction Schedules as required by the Contract Documents and will achieve Substantial Performance of
       the work on or before Monday, November 2nd, 2009 subject to the provisions of the Contract Document
       for adjustments to the Contract Time.




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1.4    The Contractor will manage the work schedule in such a manner that smaller manageable sections within the
       contract limits are completed as the work progresses, and such that the number of uncompleted areas
       awaiting “finishing works” are minimized.

1.5    Time shall be of the essence of the Contract.


ARTICLE 2             CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

2.1    The Contract Documents consist of the documents listed or referred to in Schedule 1, entitled “Schedule of
       Contract Documents”, and Schedule 2 , entitled which is attached and forms a part of this Agreement, and
       includes any and all additional and amended documents issued in accordance with the provisions of the
       Contract Documents. All of the Contract Documents shall constitute the entire Contract between the Owner
       and the Contractor.

2.2    The Contract supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or agreements, whether written or oral, and
       the Contract may be amended only in strict accordance with the provisions of the Contract Documents.


ARTICLE 3             CONTRACT PRICE

3.1    The price for the Work (“Contract Price”) shall be the sum in Canadian dollars of the following:
       3.1.1 the product of the actual quantities of the items of Work listed in the Schedule of Quantities which are
              incorporated into or made necessary by the Work and the unit prices listed in the Schedule of
              Quantities; plus
       3.1.2 all lump sum, if any, as listed in the Schedule of Quantities for items relating to or incorporated into
              the Work; plus
       3.1.3 any adjustments, including payments owing on account of Changes and agreed to Extra Work,
              approved in accordance with the provisions of the Contract Documents.

3.2    The Contract Price shall be the entire compensation owing to the Contractor for the Work and this
       compensation shall cover and include all profit and all costs of supervision, labour, materials, equipment,
       overhead, financing, and all other costs and expenses whatsoever incurred in performing the Work.

3.3    If there are limiting amounts for costs indicated in the unit prices on the Schedule of Quantities for the Work
       or parts thereof, then notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement the maximum total of the
       cost to be paid by the Owner to the Contractor for the Work shall not exceed those amounts. Where
       additional costs are to be paid by the Owner to the Contractor for increases in the Scope of the Work
       provided by the Contractor, they shall not exceed the amount of said unit prices mutually agreed upon under
       Article 4. This limit on the fees to be paid by the Owner to the Contractor shall in no way diminish the
       duties and obligations of the Contractor to provide the Work covered by this Agreement.

                Work or Part Thereof:                           Maximum Upset Cost Amount

                Total ‘Core’ Price                              $
                GST                                             $
                Tender Total Price                              $
                Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in this Agreement save for Article 4 the maximum
                liability of the City hereunder shall be $
                plus the Goods and Services Tax as applicable.




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ARTICLE 4            CHANGES TO SCOPE OF WORK

4.1    The Contract administrator may at any time vary the scope of Work to be provided by the Contractor as part
       of the Work. In that case and where this Agreement does not contain a limit or limits as indicated in the unit
       prices on the Schedule of Quantities as to the maximum cost to be paid to the Contractor for all or any part
       of the Work, such limit or limits shall be adjusted as agreed to by both parties in writing, as reasonably
       determined by the Contract administrator. Should the Contractor consider that any request or instruction
       from the Owner constitutes a change in the scope of the work, the Contractor shall so advise the Contractor
       within ten (10) days in writing. Without said written advice within the time period specified, the Owner shall
       not be obligated to make any payments of additional costs to the Contractor.

ARTICLE 5         RELEASE AND INDEMNIFICATION

5.1    The Contractor hereby releases the Owner, its officers, employees and agents from all costs, losses, damages
       and expenses, including those caused by personal injury, death, property damage, loss and economic loss
       arising out of, suffered or experienced by the Contractor, its officers, servants and agents in connection with
       their performance of the Work under this Agreement.

5.2    In undertaking the Work, the Contractor acknowledges that he has inspected the site, agrees to accept the site
       “as-is” and undertakes to take all precautions necessary to ensure his safety and the safety of all persons
       employed or contracted by the Contractor to perform the Work.

5.3    This indemnity shall not affect or prejudice the Owner from exercising any other rights that may be available
       to it at law.

5.4    This release and covenant of indemnification above set forth shall survive termination of the term of this
       Agreement.

ARTICLE 6         WORKSAFE BC (WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COVERAGE)

6.1    The Contractor agrees that it shall procure and carry and pay for, full Workers Compensation Board
       coverage for itself and all workers, employees, servants and others engaged in or upon any work or service
       which is the subject of this contract. The Contractor agrees that the Owner has the unfettered right to set off
       the amount of the unpaid premiums and assessments for such Workers’ Compensation Board coverage
       against any monies owing by the Owner to the Contractor. The Owner shall have the right to withhold
       payment under this contract until the Workers’ Compensation Board premiums, assessments or penalties in
       respect of work done or service performed in fulfilling this contract have been paid in full.

6.2    The Contractor shall provide the Owner with the Consultant’s Workers’ Compensation Board registration
       number and a letter from the Workers’ Compensation Board confirming that the Contractor is registered in
       good standing with the Workers’ Compensation Board and that all assessments have been paid to the date
       thereof prior to the Owner having any obligation to pay monies under this contract. The Contractor shall
       indemnify the Owner and hold harmless the Owner from all manner of claims, demands, costs, losses,
       penalties and proceedings arising out of or in any way related to unpaid Workers’ Compensation Board
       assessments owing from any person or corporation engaged in the performance of this contract or arising out
       of or in any way related to the failure to observe safety rules, regulations and practices of the Workers’
       Compensation Board, including penalties levied by the Workers’ Compensation Board.

6.3    The Contractor shall be deemed the ‘Prime Contractor’ for the work site under the Regulations of the
       Workers Compensation Act and Occupational Health and Safety regulation and must fulfill all the
       obligations required of a Prime Contractor.




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ARTICLE 7           PAYMENTS

7.1    Subject to applicable legislation and the provisions of the Contract Documents , the Owner shall make
       payments to the Contractor.

7.2    If the Owner fails to make payments to the Contractor as they become due in accordance with the terms of
       the Contract Documents then interest calculated at 2% per annum over the prime commercial lending rate of
       the Royal Bank of Canada on such unpaid amounts shall also become due and payable until payment. Such
       interest shall be calculated and added to any unpaid amounts monthly.

ARTICLE 8               RIGHTS AND REMEDIES

8.1    The duties and obligations imposed by the Contract Documents and the rights and remedies available
       thereunder shall be in addition to and not limitation of any duties, obligations, rights and remedies otherwise
       imposed or available by law.

8.2    Except as specifically set out in the Contract Documents,or agreed to in writing, no action or failure to act by
       the Owner, Contract Administrator or Contractor shall constitute a waiver of any of the parties’ rights or
       duties afforded any of them under the Agreement, nor shall any such action or failure to act constitute an
       approval of or acquiescence in any breach under the Contract.


ARTICLE 9               NOTICES

9.1    Communication among the Owner, Contract Administrator and the Contractor, including all written notices
       required by the Contract Documents, may be delivered by hand, or by fax, or by pre-paid registered mail to
       the addresses set out below:


The Owner:
                THE CITY OF COQUITLAM
                3000 Guildford Way,
                Coquitlam, B.C.V3B 7N2
                Fax:       604.927.3545
                Attention: Eric Bowes L.Arch, Project Manager


The Contractor:
                Company Name

                Address:

                City:                                            Postal Code

                Fax:

                Attention:




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The Contract Adminstrator:
                Company Name

                Address:

                City:                                            Postal Code

                Fax:

                Attention:

9.2    A communication or notice that is addressed as above shall be considered to have been received:
       9.2.1   imediately upon delivery, if delivered by hand; or
       9.2.2   immdiately upon transmission if sent and received by fax; or
       9.2.3   after five (5) days from date of posting if sent by registered mail

9.3    The Owner or the Contractor may, at any time, change its address for notice by giving written notice at the
       address that is applicable. Similarily, if the Contract Administrator changes its address for notice then the
       Owner will give or cause to be given written notice to the Contractor.

9.4    The Sender of a notice by fax assumes all risk that the fax will be received properly.



ARTICLE 10              GENERAL

10.1 This Contract shall be governed by the laws of the Province of British Columbia and the parties agree to
     submit all disputes to the courts of British Columbia for resolution.

10.2 The Contractor shall not, without express written consent of the Owner, assign this Contract, or any portion
     of this Contract.

10.3 The headings included in the Contract Documents are for convenience only and do not form part of this
     Contract and will not be used to interpret, define or limit the scope or intent of this Contract or any of the
     provisions of the Contract Document.

10.4 A word in the Contract Documents in the singular includes in the plural and, in each case, vice versa.

10.5 No implied Agreement, of any kind whatsoever, other than the express Contracts and Agreements contained
     herein, by or on behalf of the Owner, shall arise or be implied from anything contained in this Agreement or
     from any position or situation of the parties at any time, it being understood that this Agreement contains the
     whole Agreement between the parties, and their are no covenants, terms, conditions, warranties, implied
     covenants, implied terms, implied conditions, implied warranties or collateral agreements except as expressly
     contained herein, upon which any rights or claims against the Owner may be founded.

10.6 This Agreement shall supersede all communications, negotiations and agreements, either written or verbal,
     made between the parties hereto in respect of matters pertaining to this Agreement prior to the execution and
     delivery hereof.

10.7 This agreement shall enure to the benefit of and be binding upon the parties and their successors, executors,
     administrators and assigns.




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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this Agreement the day and year above first written.

       SIGNED, SEALED AND DELIVERED by



       (FULL LEGAL NAME OF CORPORATION, PARTNERSHIP OR INDIVIDUAL)                  (Authorized Signatory of Contractor)




       in the presence of:

       Name

       Address
                                                                                    (SEAL)




       Occupation

NOTE:           If the Proposal is by joint venture, add additional forms of execution for each member of the joint
                venture in the appropriate from or forms, as above.




       The Corporate Seal of the City of Coquitlam was hereunto
       affixed in the presence of:


       (Authorized Signatory)


       (Position)

                                                                                    (SEAL)
       (Authorized Signatory)


       (Position)




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                                         SCHEDULE 1

                                Schedule of Contract Documents

(INCLUDE IN LIST ALL DOCUEMNTS INCLUDING, IF ANY, SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS, SUPPLEMENTARY
SPECIFICATIONS , SUPPLEMENTARY STARNDARD DETAIL DRAWINGS)

The following is an exact and complete list of the Contract Documents, as referred to in Article
2.1 of the Agreement.

      1.  Agreement, including all Schedules;
      2.  Supplementary General Codnitons;
      3.  General Conditions*;
      4.  Supplementary Specifications;
      5.  Specifications*;
      6.  Supplementary Standard Detail Drawings;
      7.  Executed Form of Tender; including all Appendices;
      8.  Contract Drawings listed in Schedule 2 to the Agreement – “List of Contract
          Drawings”;
      9. Instructions to Tenderers;
      10. The following Addenda:




NOTE: The documents noted with the “*” are included in the “City of Coquitlam Supplementary
     Specifications and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 Edition” and the Master
     Municipal Construction Documents, edition 2000.
     All Addenda incorporated herein are annexed hereto and form part of this Agreement as
     fully to all intents and purposes, as though recited in full herein, and the whole shall
     constitute the Agreement between the parties and it shall ensure to the benefit of and be
     binding upon them and their successors, executors, administrators and assigns.




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                                        SCHEDULE 2
The following documents herein referred to as the “Contract Drawings”, form part of this
Agreement.
LIST OF DRAWINGS

                     TITLE                      DRAWING                   DATE          REVISION       REVISION
                                                  NO.                                     DATE           NO.
STRUCTURAL
General Notes                                      S001                March 30/09
Location Plan                                      S100                March 30/09
Typical Details                                    S002                March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Plans                   S101                March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Plans                   S102                March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Sections & Details      S103                March 30/09
Benches, Sections and Details                      S201                March 30/09
Table Sections and Details                         S202                March 30/09
Sections and Details                               S203                March 30/09
CIVIL
Site Services Plan                                 C200                March 30/09
Site Services Plan Details                         C201                March 30/09
Irrigation Cistern System                          C202                March 30/09
Site Services Plan Layout                          C203                March 30/09
Details                                            C204                March 30/09

LANDSCAPE
Landscape Site Plan/Scape                          L100                March 30/09
Existing Conditions                                L101                March 30/09
Demolition Plan                                    L102                March 30/09
Offsite Landscape Work                             L103                March 30/09
Geometics Plan                                     L105                March 30/09
Materials and Layout Plan                          L106                March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Layout Plan – Flagstone           L107                March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Layout Plan – River               L108                March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Schedule                          L109                March 30/09
Grading & Drainage Plan                            L201                March 30/09
Grading Detail Plan - River                        L202                March 30/09
Irrigation Plan                                    L301                March 30/09
Irrigation Details                                 L302                March 30/09
Planting Plan                                      L401                March 30/09
Lighting Plan Layout                               L501                March 30/09
Paving Details                                     L701                March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Details                           L702                March 30/09
Concrete Details                                   L703                March 30/09
Concrete Details                                   L704                March 30/09
Concrete Details                                   L705                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                            L711                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                            L712                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                            L713                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                            L714                March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                            L715                March 30/09

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LIST OF DRAWINGS (continued…page 2.)


Site Furnishing Details                        L716                March 30/09
Stage Pavilion Details                         L717                March 30/09
Stage Pavilion Details                         L718                March 30/09
Planting Details                               L722                March 30/09
Lighting Details                               L723                March 30/09
IRRIGATION
Irrigation Cistern System                      C205                March 30/09
Irrigation Cistern System                      C206                March 30/09
ELECTRICAL
Roofing of Main Service & Dtails                 E1                March 30/09
Electrical Site Plan                             E2                March 30/09




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                  COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE
                   Tender Reference No. C62354




                                                                 Detailed
                                                                  Project
                                                           Specifications


                                                                            Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 767629
                 These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings
                                      to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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Contract No. 62354                                                                                                                 Page 2 of 5

The Tender shall note that for Work which is not covered in these Detailed Project Specifications the
following Contract Documents will apply:
.1     National Master Specification Documents;
.2     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition) as
       modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000
.3     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
.4     The Work for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit prices as bid in the Schedule
       of Quantities.

SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                                No. of PAGES

DIVISION 1 & 2                            GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Section 00000                             Project Description                                                                    3
Section 00000                             Bonds and Liability Insurance                                                          1
Section 00000                             Mobilize and Demobilize                                                                1
Section 00000                             Approval, Verifications, Inspections and Permits                                       2
Section 01561                             Environment, Sediment & Temporary Access Points                                        3
Section 02104                             Shrub and Tree Preservation                                                            2
Section 00000                             Testing, Commissioning & System Demonstration                                          1
Section 01721                             Maintenance Manuals, Warranties and Record Drawings                                    2

DIVISION 2                                SITEWORK
SECTION 02000                             Sub Surface Exploration – (Geotechnical Reports attached)   10
SECTION 02000                             Removal of Abandoned Construction Debris, Asphalt Pavement,
                                          Concrete Curbing and Curb Stops                              1
SECTION 02000                             Removal of Existing Hoarding/Construction Fence              2
SECTION 02000                             Removals – Roadway Surfacing on Burlington Street            1

DIVISION 2                                EARTH WORK
Section 02210                             Site Grading/Reshaping Existing Subgrade                                               4
Section 02223                             Common Excavation (offsite disposal)                                                   7
Section 02223                             Excavation, Trenching and Backfilling                                                  6
Section 02224                             Roadway, Excavation Embankment and Compaction                                          2
Section 02226                             Imported Aggregates and Granular Materials                                             6
Section 02300                             Earthwork                                                                              1
Section 02233                             Granular Base                                                                          1
Section 02234                             Granular Sub-Base                                                                      1

DIVISION 2                                DRAINAGE WORK
Section 02721                             Storm Sewers                                                                           6
Section 02725                             Manholes, Catch Basins and Lawn Basins                                                 4
Section 02700                             Underground Utilities                                                                  3

DIVISION 2                                WATERWORKS
Section 02666                             Service Connection, Water Main, Meter, Hydrants
                                          Copper and HDPE Piping                                                                   8
Section 02666                             Irrigation Pump Station c/w Cistern, Valve Chamber
                                          And Irrigation System                                                                  15
Section 02700                             Underground Utilities                                                                   3

DIVISION 2                                SANITARY WORKS
Section 02725                             Sanitary Service Line, Connection & Manhole                                            3
Section 02700                             Underground Utilities                                                                  3




                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 767629
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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DIVISION 2 & 3                            CONCRETE WORK
Section 02515                             Unit Paving                                                                            6
Section 03300                             Cast-in Place Concrete                                                                 8
Section 02521                             Portland Cement Concrete Pavement                                                      2
Section 02576                             Sealing Pavement Cracks for Maintenance Purposes                                       1
Section 03100                             Concrete Forming                                                                       3
Section 03200                             Concrete Reinforcement                                                                 3
Section 02832                             Lock Block Retaining Wall                                                              2


DIVISION 2                                ASPHALT WORK
Section 02512                             Asphalt Concrete Pavement                                                              6
Section 02512                             Hot-Mix Asphalt Concrete Paving                                                        1
Section 02580                             Pavement Markings                                                                      3

DIVISION 2                                SURFACE WORKS
Section 02380                             Stone Placement                                                                        12
Section 02522                             Granular Paving                                                                                  2
Section 02498                             Geotextile Filter Fabric                                                                 2

DIVISION 2                                LANDSCAPING WORK
Section 02925                             Growing Medium and Placement                                                           13
Section 02950                             Planting of Trees, Shrubs, Grasses and Planter Arrangements
Section 01230                             Finish Grading                                                                           4
Section 02920                             Sodded Lawn                                                                              9
Section 02970                             Landscape Maintenance                                                                    6
Section 02470                             Landscape Carpentry                                                                      3
Section 09931                             Staining and Transparent Finishing                                                       5

DIVISION 2                                SITE FURNISHINGS
Section 02870                             Site Furnishings                                                                       8
Section 05100                             Structural Steel                                                                       6
Section 02831                             Chain Link Fencing                                                                     5


DIVISION 16
                                          ELECTRICAL WORK
Section 16505                             Electrical Work                                                                        32




                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 767629
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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LIST OF DRAWINGS

                            TITLE                                   DRAWING                    DATE               REVISION          REVISION
                                                                      NO.                                           DATE              NO.
STRUCTURAL
General Notes                                                           S001             March 30/09
Location Plan                                                           S100             March 30/09
Typical Details                                                         S002             March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Plans                                        S101             March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Plans                                        S102             March 30/09
Stage and Sister Structure Sections & Details                           S103             March 30/09
Benches, Sections and Details                                           S201             March 30/09
Table Sections and Details                                              S202             March 30/09
Sections and Details                                                    S203             March 30/09
CIVIL
Site Services Plan                                                     C200              March 30/09
Site Services Plan Details                                             C201              March 30/09
Irrigation Cistern System                                              C202              March 30/09
Site Services Plan Layout                                              C203              March 30/09
Details                                                                C204              March 30/09
LANDSCAPE
Landscape Site Plan/Scape                                               L100             March 30/09
Existing Conditions                                                     L101             March 30/09
Demolition Plan                                                         L102             March 30/09
Offsite Landscape Work                                                  L103             March 30/09
Geometics Plan                                                          L105             March 30/09
Materials and Layout Plan                                               L106             March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Layout Plan – Flagstone                                L107             March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Layout Plan – River                                    L108             March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Schedule                                               L109             March 30/09
Grading & Drainage Plan                                                 L201             March 30/09
Grading Detail Plan - River                                             L202             March 30/09
Irrigation Plan                                                         L301             March 30/09
Irrigation Details                                                      L302             March 30/09
Planting Plan                                                           L401             March 30/09
Lighting Plan Layout                                                    L501             March 30/09
Paving Details                                                          L701             March 30/09
Ornamental Stone Details                                                L702             March 30/09
Concrete Details                                                        L703             March 30/09
Concrete Details                                                        L704             March 30/09
Concrete Details                                                        L705             March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                 L711             March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                 L712             March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                 L713             March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                 L714             March 30/09
Site Furnishing Details                                                 L715             March 30/09




                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 767629
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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LIST OF DRAWINGS (continued…page 2.)

Site Furnishing Details                                                     L716               March 30/09
Stage Pavilion Details                                                      L717               March 30/09
Stage Pavilion Details                                                      L718               March 30/09
Planting Details                                                            L722               March 30/09
Lighting Details                                                            L723               March 30/09
IRRIGATION
Irrigation Cistern System                                                   C205               March 30/09
Irrigation Cistern System                                                   C206               March 30/09
ELECTRICAL
Roofing of Main Service & Dtails                                              E1               March 30/09
Electrical Site Plan                                                          E2               March 30/09

SUPPLEMENTARY DETAILED DRAWINGS To MMCD 2000 Edition

DETAILED DRAWINGS to the MMCD 2000 Edition
Trench Detail for Standard Section ........................................................................................ COQ-G4
Protection Fencing ............................................................................................................... COQ-R23
Tree Retention Guideline ..................................................................................................... COQ-R24
Root Pruning Guideline ........................................................................................................ COQ-R25


                                                                                                                               End of Section 0006




                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 767629
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
      PAGES

DIVISION 1 & 2                        GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Section 00000                         Project Description                                                            3
Section 00000                         Bonds and Liability Insurance                                                  1
Section 00000                         Mobilize and Demobilize                                                        1
Section 00000                         Approval, Verifications, Inspections and Permits                               2
Section 01561                         Environment, Sediment & Temporary Access Points                                3
Section 02104                         Shrub and Tree Preservation                                                    2
Section 00000                         Testing, Commissioning & System Demonstration                                  1
Section 01721                         Maintenance Manuals, Warranties and Record Drawings                            2


The Tenderer note that the following Contract Documents shall apply in ever instance for Work that is not
expressly covered in the following Detailed Project Specifications:

         .1        Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                   as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                   MMCD 2000
         .2        British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition shall apply in every instance for Work that is
                   not expressly covered in these Detailed Project Specifications.
         .3        The construction of Work for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                   prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




                                                                    Tenderer’s Initials:           ______________________________
Doc No. 763020
          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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Project Description
PART 1.0 - GENERAL
         .1       The work is located within the Coquitlam Spirit Square on property under the jurisdiction of the
                  City of Coquitlam.
                           Legal Description:     Lot 1 District Lot 386 Group 1 New Westminster District Plan
                                                  BCP 33268
                           Parcel Identifier:     027-275-531
                           Local Address:         3000 Guildford Way, Coquitlam, BC

         .2       The Work will generally include but will not be limited to:
                  The construction of a Coquitlam Spirit Square, including the supply, installation, and warranting
                  of all materials and products, including all labour, superintendence, equipment, temporary
                  power, transportation, lighting, plant, tools, profit, and overhead related to the construction of
                  the Work as herein specified and shown of the drawings. The scope of work consists of the
                  following:
                  1.      Demolition and site preparation, including the installation of solid hoarding
                          safety/security fencing, around the entire site perimeter, similar to the existing plywood
                          and post hoarding on the south and west property lines of the site;
                  2.      Installation and continuous monitoring of all erosion and sediment control measures;
                  3.      Installation of all in-ground services and utilities including storm, sanitary, water and
                          electrical lines;
                  4.      Installation of custom concrete formwork including stairs, walls and seating;
                  5.      Installation of custom pedestrian paver walkways and ornamental stone work;
                  6.      Installation of site furnishings including custom steel work, bike racks, trash receptacles,
                          tables and benches/seating;
                  7.      Installation of a fully functional in-ground irrigation system;
                  8.      Installation of complete electrical systems including exterior lighting equipment,
                          conduits, boxes, panels, hardware, poles and components for fully functional lighting
                          systems;
                  9.      Installation of public art pieces;
                  10.     Installation of all landscaping including trees, shrubs, groundcovers and sod;
                  11.     Complete site clean-up and remediation of disturbed areas.

         .3       Portions of the Work are Provisional and may be deleted from the Work at the discretion of the
                  Owner. Provisional items include the raised Burlington Drive pedestrian roadway crossing.

         .4       The Work will begin on or around July 13th 2009 and the total core project must be totally
                  complete on November 2nd 2009.

         .6        The Geotechnical report indicates that the subsurface conditions are suitable for the
                   construction of the Coquitlam Spirit Square component. (See section - Site Works)

         .7        The staging area and access point for construction vehicles will be at the North-West corner of
                   the site off Burlington Dr.

         .8        Silt and dust control will be required to prevent silt and soil laden water from entering catch
                   basins, manholes, and the adjacent natural areas.


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         .9        Security/safety fencing of the entire construction site using 1800mm high solid hoarding fencing
                   similar in nature to the existing fencing on the south and west property lines is required.

         .10       A fire hydrant maybe available at a considerable distance to the site however, if granted use of
                   this hydrant will require the Contractor to make arrangements and take out a hydrant use permit
                   with the Engineering and Public Works Department.

         .11       Locating all other services, such as storm and electrical, is the responsibility of the Contractor.
                   Decommissioning of existing site features, such as storm drainage lines and footings, etc. is
                   required.

         .12       The truck route must use the exit and entry point at the North West corner of the site where it
                   connects to Burlington Drive. The Contractor will be allowed to make left & right turns onto
                   Pinetree Way, however, the Contractor must use flag persons to control traffic if any dangerous
                   conditions or safety issues occur.

         .13       The extent of the excavation is to the drawings and specifications.

         .14       Prior to excavating the Contractor must either complete a 10 metre by 10 metre topographical
                   survey grid of the site, or accept in writing the Owner provided topographical survey of the site.

         .15       At the completion of the excavation the Contractor is to have the under-laying base reviewed by
                   the Owner’s Professional Geotechnical Engineer in regard to whether additional excavation is
                   required. If additional excavation is required the area and depth of this excavation is to be
                   determined by the Owner’s Professional Geotechnical Engineer.

         .16       Payment for the additional excavation will be based on a per cubic meter of volume of material
                   in place and as per the unit rate provided in the schedules herein.

         .17       The Contractor is required to confirm sub-base and granular material compaction, and concrete
                   strength, however, the Owner will have an independent Professional Geotechnical Engineer.
                   conducting such testing during the process of the work at the Owner’s expense, and this testing
                   information will be available to the Contractor.

         .18       Work ready for review by the Owner’s Consultant that fails testing by the Owner’s Professional
                   Geotechnical Engineer will be required to re-done. At the completion of any re-done work the
                   Owner’s Professional Geotechnical Engineer will re-test at the Contractor’s expense.

         .19       The Contractor is responsible to supply and install all imported engineered compacted gravels
                   for the base.

         .20       For the purposes of WorkSafe BC (Workers Compensation Board) the Civil Contractor will be
                   considered the “Prime Contractor” for the area within the limits of construction for the project.

         .21      The Contractor shall note that the following Contract Documents apply in every instance for
                  work that is not expressly covered in these Detailed Project Specifications;
                  .1      Master Municipal Construction Documents(MMCD 2000) as modified by the City of
                          Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000
                          Edition

         .22       The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered prices as
                   bid in the Schedule of Quantities.

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         .23      Items to note regarding this project:
                  .1      Surface planarity tolerances for the base gravels and concrete will be required to be
                          met by the Contractor without exception.
                  .2      The quality of the concrete work will be carefully reviewed by the Consultant. This
                          includes dimensional tolerances, finishes, and the flushness of items that have been set
                          into the concrete.
                  .3      The Work is required to begin on or around Monday, July 13th, 2009. The Work for the
                          core project is required to be totally complete on November 2nd, 2009.


PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS                   N/A


PART 3.0 – EXECUTION
         3.1       Coordination
                   .1     The Contractor shall coordinate the progress of the work, progress schedules,
                          submittals, use of the site, temporary utilities, and all construction facilities and controls.
                   .2     The Contractor shall visit the site to become familiar with site conditions before
                          tendering and before the start of work.
                   .3     The Contractor shall confirm the location of all services before proceeding with any
                          work.
                   .4     The Contractor shall notify the Contract Administrator of any discrepancies and obtain
                          approval prior to deviating from the plans.
                   .5     The Contractor shall be aware that because this project is on City of Coquitlam property
                          the project may, from time to time, be visited by City Representatives for the purpose of
                          reviewing the progress of the work.



                                                                                                     END OF SECTION




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Coquitlam, BC                                       BONDS AND LIABILITY INSURANCE                                                  DIVISION 1
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ITEM 1.01            BONDS AND LIABILITY INSURANCE

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Description
       .1     Tender lump sum price for full compensation for the cost of all Bonds and Liability Insurance
              outlined herein the Contract Documents regarding Contract Insurance and Bond Specifications.
       .2     Ensure that Bonding and Liability Insurance take effect on the date of the Notice
              of Award and expire one year after the date of the Notice of Acceptance or as otherwise
              outlined in the detailed specifications.

  1.2     Payment
          .1    Payment for this item shall be one hundred percent (100%) of the price tendered and shall be
                paid fully on the first progress payment.




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               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                                   SECTION 00000
Coquitlam, BC                                            MOBILIZE AND DEMOBILIZE                                                   DIVISION 1
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ITEM 1.02            MOBILIZE AND DEMOBILIZE

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Description
       .1     The lump sum price tendered for this item shall be full compensation for the following:
              .1     Supply and erect security/safety fencing.
                     .1       Erect hoarding around the perimeter to completely enclose the site and to
                              protect the public, workers, public and private property from injury or damage.
                     .2       Hoarding shall be painted plywood panels similar in nature to what is existing
                              on the south and west property lines of the site or, solid fencing panels of an
                              approved equivalent by the Contract Administrator. Snow fencing, portable
                              welded wire panels or loose chain link attached to posts will not be permitted as
                              per the General Conditions: Item 39.2.2, Site Control – Hoarding.
              .2     Supply and erect all signs, barricades, flashers, delineators and such other protection
                     including all flag persons for traffic control as may be required by the Contract
                     Administrator to protect the public during the course of the Contract.
              .3     Provide security protection of the Contractor's office, plant and stored materials during
                     the course of the Contract.
              .4     Move onto site and set up Contractor's office, equipment, storage facilities, plant, etc.
              .5     Provide all necessary access to the project, including haul roads as required and
                     surface restoration to original condition after haul roads are removed.
              .6     Move off site and remove Contractor's office, storage facilities, plant, and clean up site
                     to Contract Administrator’s satisfaction.
              .7     All other work related to mobilizing and demobilizing plant and personnel.

  1.2     Payment
          .1    Payment for this item shall be sixty percent (60%) of the lump sum stated in the tender form,
                and will be paid on the first progress payment certificate and forty percent (40%) will be paid on
                the final progress payment certificate, subject to the removal of all equipment and materials
                from the site and satisfactory clean up to the Contract Administrator’s approval.


No additional mobilization or demobilization costs will be paid as a result of changes to the
construction schedule or order of works throughout the duration of the contract.




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Document No. 767633
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                                   SECTION 00000
Coquitlam, BC                                          APPROVALS, VERIFICATIONS,                                                   DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                      INSPECTIONS AND PERMITS                                                    Page 1 of 2




ITEM 1.03            APPROVALS, VERIFICATIONS, INSPECTIONS AND PERMITS

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Description
       The lump sum price tendered for this item shall be full compensation for the following:

          .1         Approvals
                     .1     The Contractor shall understand that Work cannot commence on the Contract until all
                            necessary approvals are obtained by the Contractor.
                     .2     Should the Owner wish to add or delete work from this Contract for which an approval
                            or permit is required to be obtained by the Contractor, the Contractor shall receive no
                            compensation as a result of such addition or deletion from the Contract or, for delays in
                            commencing work resulting from failure of the Contractor, or the City, to obtain the
                            required approvals.
                     .3     The Contractor shall perform the Work and give any required notices in full compliance
                            with all applicable laws, ordinances, rules regulations, codes and orders of the City and
                            other authorities having jurisdiction which are in or come in force during the
                            performance of the Work.

          .2         Permits and Regulations
                     .1      The Contractor shall, at his own expense, procure all permits, certificates, licences,
                             approvals and certificates required by law for the execution of the work and shall
                             comply with all federal, territorial, provincial and local laws, regulations and ordinances
                             affecting the execution of the work, save insofar as the Contract Documents specifically
                             provide otherwise.
                     .2      The Contractor shall obtain all permits and approvals in a timely manner so as not to
                             delay the progress of the Work.

                     .3        The Contractor shall comply with the current requirements of the Canada Fisheries Act
                               and is specifically prohibited from causing damage to fish habitat. Any work undertaken
                               as part of this contract by the Contractor, his subcontractors, agents or assigns which
                               may affect fish habitat in watercourses shall be approved in writing by the Fisheries
                               Service, Environment Canada and no such work shall be commenced before written
                               approval is received by the Contractor.

          .3         Verifications and Inspections by Outside Agencies
                     .1       The Contractor shall note the presence, of gas, hydro, water and storm lines on the
                              Contract Drawings. The Contractor shall take all the necessary precautions to protect
                              existing utilities and fulfill all requirements of utility owners in this regard.
                     .2       The Contractor shall ensure all necessary permits, verifications and inspection are in
                              place where necessary.
                     .3       No extension of time will be granted or additional payment made for any delays to the
                              Contract relating to verifications or approvals, relocation, support or protection of an
                              existing utility by others.
                     .4       The Contractor shall notify the owner of his intention to work on, close to or across
                              utility services and he must contact the appropriate personnel in a timely manner before
                              proceeding with the work.




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Document No. 767634
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
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                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                                   SECTION 00000
Coquitlam, BC                                          APPROVALS, VERIFICATIONS,                                                   DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                      INSPECTIONS AND PERMITS                                                    Page 2 of 2



          .4        Construction and Environmental Laws
                    .1     If the Contractor becomes aware that the Contract Documents are at variance with any
                           of the Construction Laws the Contractor shall immediately notify the Contract
                           Administrator in writing, seeking instructions as to required changes. If the Contractor
                           fails to notify the Contract Administrator as required by this General Condition and
                           performs Work that the Contractor knows or reasonably should now is contrary to a
                           Construction Law or order of an authority having jurisdiction, then the Contractor shall at
                           the Contractor’s own cost remove the non-conforming Work and bear all resulting costs,
                           expenses and damages.
                    .2     The Contractor shall have due regard for the protection of the environment in the
                           performance of the Work and shall not place any materials, or dispose of any materials,
                           or perform and Work in a manner contrary to applicable Federal or Provincial or
                           Municipal environmental laws and regulations, either at the Place of the Work or at any
                           other place or property.


  1.2     Payment
          .1    Payment for this item shall be sixty percent (60%) of the lump sum stated in the tender form,
                and will be paid on the first progress payment certificate and forty percent (40%) will be paid on
                the final progress payment certificate.




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Document No. 767634
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                         ENVIRONMENTAL, SEDIMENT &                                                 SECTION 01561
Coquitlam, BC                                          TEMPORARY ACCESS POINT                                                      DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                        CONTROL MEASURES                                                         Page 1 of 3


ITEM 1.04            ENVIRONMENTAL, SEDIMENT & TEMPORARY ACCESS POINT
                     CONTROL MEASURES
                     (c/w Silt Control Fencing and Temporary Access Pad)
This item is detailed in Section 01561 of the MMCD Specifications.

PART l.0 - GENERAL
1.1    Description
       .1      For the purpose of this specification, environmental pollution and damage is defined as the
               presence of chemical, physical or biological elements or agents which adversely affect human
               health and the ecological balances of nature.
       .2      The Contractor is advised that he is responsible for all site drainage and sediment control and
               all necessary measures required to prevent the transportation of any silt, environmental
               pollutants, or other deleterious material from the site into any fish bearing water courses or their
               tributaries. Comply with all Regulatory Authorities, Fish and Wildlife and Water Management
               Branches of the Provincial Ministry of Environment, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada in the
               protection of fish and wildlife during the construction of the works and be responsible for all
               costs in complying with these requirements.
       .3      The Contractor is also advised that he is responsible for all necessary measures required to
               prevent the transportation of any silts, environmental pollutants or other deleterious material
               from the site into the existing City sewer system, onto surrounding streets or into the air.
       .4      The Contractor is also advised that he is responsible to provide ongoing inspections and
               preventative maintenance, especially during periods of heavy rainfall.
       .5      The Contractor is responsible for the control of dust, mud, and other debris on the site from the
               time that the Work of any description is commenced until the Work is completed and approved
               by the Contract Administrator.
       .5      All works to be carried out in strict accordance with the Sedimentation Control Plan Drawings &
               Details – Sheets designed to prevent the siltation of water courses, and the transportation from
               the site into the existing City storm sewer and onto surrounding streets, as certified by Delcan
               Contract Drawing and Details.

  1.2     Requirements Included
          .1     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labor, materials, equipment and operations for all
                 Environmental and Sediment Control measures as specified herein. All work shall be
                 accomplished to the complete satisfaction of the Contact Administrator.
          .2     All materials classified as environmental pollutants shall be removed by acceptable methods or
                 as otherwise established by the Contract Administrator.
          .3     The cost to haul and dispose of any environmental pollutants shall be included in the bid prices
                 tendered.

  1.3     Related Work
          .1      Shrub and Tree Preservation                                                  Section 02104
          .2      Site Grading                                                                 Section 02210
          .3      Excavation, Trenching and Backfilling                                        Section 02223
          .4      Sediment Control                                                             Sediment Control Bylaw


  1.4     Qualifications
          .1      Contractor shall employ personnel familiar with proper environmental and sediment
                  control measures, as well as, proper demolition, excavation and grading procedures,
                  under the supervision of a qualified foreman


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Document No. 767635
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                         ENVIRONMENTAL, SEDIMENT &                                                 SECTION 01561
Coquitlam, BC                                          TEMPORARY ACCESS POINT                                                      DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                        CONTROL MEASURES                                                         Page 2 of 3



  1.5     Regulations
          .1      Perform all work in accordance with Federal, Provincial and Municipal regulations whichever is
                  more stringent.


  1.6     Protection
          .1      Install and maintain all sediment control features prior to commencing excavation work,
                  as specified, to the complete satisfaction of the Contract Administrator.
          .2      Maintain sediment control features for the duration of the project.
          .3      Keep excavations clean, free of standing water, and loose soil.
          .4      Protect natural and man-made features required to remain undisturbed.
          .5      Unless otherwise indicated, or located in an area to be occupied by new construction, protect all
                  existing trees and plant material specified to be retained on the site from damage.
          .6      Protect buried services that are required to remain undisturbed and all areas outside the extent
                  of contract.

1.7       Payment
          .1    Measurement and Payment for this item shall be fifty percent (50%) of the lump sum stated in
                the tender form, and will be paid on the first progress payment certificate and fifty percent (50%)
                will be paid on the final progress payment certificate. Tender unit price to include full
                compensation for all labour, materials and equipment required to complete the work.

PART 2.0 – PRODUCTS

  2.1     Materials
          .1      Silt Barrier Fencing
                  .1       Product:
                           .1      Kontrol Silt Fence Plus’
                           .2      Fence to have minimum clear water flow rate of
                                   0.0305cms/sm(0.10cfs/sf).

          .2         Temporary Access Pads:
                     .1    6 millimeter poly
                     .2    19mm thick plywood
                     .3    50 x 100 edger
                     .4    600mm depth of 19mm crushed gravel.

          .3         Temporary Washdown Facilities:
                     .1    Water washdown spray to prevent mud and debris from being tracked onto adjacent
                           streets for all haul routes.
                     .2    Water filled pond for trucks to travel through when leaving the site.
                     .3    Spray hoses for dust prevention when a dust nuisance is being created.




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Document No. 767635
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                         ENVIRONMENTAL, SEDIMENT &                                                 SECTION 01561
Coquitlam, BC                                          TEMPORARY ACCESS POINT                                                      DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                        CONTROL MEASURES                                                         Page 3 of 3



PART 3.0 – EXECUTION

  3.1     Coordination
          .1     The Contractor shall install filter fabric in all new, and existing, manholes, catch basins and lawn
                 basin grates in such a manner as to prevent the entry of sediment into any water courses,
                 storm systems, or from contaminating the environment.
          .2     The Contractor shall install a silt filter fence in areas in such a manner as to prevent the entry of
                 sediment into any water courses, storm systems, or from contaminating the environment.
          .3     The Contractor shall install filter fabric on 50mm x 50mm stakes. The stakes shall be treated
                 posts spaced at 1.0m O.C. The fence shall be stapled @150mm O.C.. The silt fence shall be
                 anchored so that the fabric extends 200mm below grade.
          .4     The Contractor shall clean and maintain the sediment control devices until the grass is
                 established.
          .5     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labor, materials, equipment and operations for all
                 Environmental and Sediment Control measures as specified herein. All work shall be
                 accomplished to the complete satisfaction of the Contact Administrator.




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Document No. 767635
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
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                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                                   SECTION 02104
Coquitlam, BC                                        SHRUB AND TREE PRESERVATION                                                   DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                                                                                                 Page 1 of 2


ITEM 1.05            SHRUB AND TREE PRESERVATION
This item is detailed in Section 02104 of the Standard Specifications.

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Description
       .1     Protect any existing trees and plants not shown on the Contract Drawings as to be removed.
       .2     Notify the Contract Administrator of any damage to existing trees and plants immediately.
       .3     Damage to landscape areas will be assessed by the Contract Administrator based
              on the International Society of Arboriculture Guidelines.
       .4     Any change to location of tree preservation areas must be approved by the
              Contract Administrator and impacted trees for removal and replacement identified prior to any
              disturbance.
       .5     Replacement planting of equivalent value to the disturbance will be required. The cost of the
              evaluation and replacement planting will be borne by the Contractor and/or the person(s)
              responsible for the disturbance.
       .6     The Contractor is responsible for minimizing damage to all trees which are to remain. The
              contractor is to notify the Contract Administrator of any damage or potential damage to
              significant trees as a result of the work which are not noted as being removed or trimmed on the
              contract drawings. This includes any damage to limbs, roots or the disturbance of a significant
              amount of root area.
       .7     In the event tree damage results in cost or claim to the City and proper notification was not
              received from the Contractor, the Contractor will be responsible for all such claims and costs,
              and in addition, the cost of examination by an Arborist, repair, removal and replacement of trees
              as required by the Arborist and the Contract Administrator. The term shall be for a period of
              one year following the date of Substantial Performance of the contract work.

  1.2     Payment
          .1    Measurement and payment for this item shall be fifty percent (50%) of the lump sum stated in
                the tender form, and will be paid on the first progress payment certificate and fifty percent (50%)
                will be paid on the final progress payment certificate. Tender unit price to include full
                compensation for all labour, materials and equipment required to complete the work.

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
 2.1 Materials
      .1      Fencing:
              .1      Plastic snow fence type product minimum 1200 mm. height, with 2x4 wood
                      stakes. Type: Dupont L-70 or approved equivalent.
      .2      Flagging tape:
              .1      Plastic fluorescent colour; Type: 100mm(4”) Orange glow - “Tree Retention
                      Area”

PART 3.0 – EXECUTION
 3.1 Coordination
      .1      Prior to starting work, the Contractor shall stake out the proposed zones of existing
              vegetation to be retained for review by Contract Administrator. Physical protection
              barriers shall be erected at the boundaries of the vegetation protection areas before any
              work (including clearing and grubbing) occurs on the site. Areas of vegetation protection
              shall be fenced off by means of plastic snow fence mounted on a sturdy wooden frame
              that includes top and bottom rails.




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Document No. 767636
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                                                                                                        th
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                                   SECTION 02104
Coquitlam, BC                                        SHRUB AND TREE PRESERVATION                                                   DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                                                                                                 Page 2 of 2

          .2         Plastic snow fencing tied to metal stakes or rebar is not acceptable. Contract
                     Administrator may vary areas and request selective removal and/or pruning to obtain a
                     tidy and well shaped forest edge.
  3.2     Fencing
          .1      Contractor shall erect a temporary fence surrounding areas of existing vegetation to be
                  retained. Isolated trees to be retained shall be clearly marked with fencing as required
                  to ensure protection during construction. In areas of existing trees to be retained, the
                  fence shall be placed outside the drip line of the trees.
          .2      Contractor shall maintain fence in good condition during construction.
  3.3          Protection of Existing Vegetation
          .1       There shall be no storage or dumping of building materials, oil, paint, construction debris,
                   buildings or equipment within the vegetation protection areas.
          .2       There shall be no passage of machinery of any kind through or within vegetation protection
                   areas at any time, including the demolition and site preparation phases.
          .3       There shall be no parking, fueling or servicing of vehicles or equipment within or close to
                   vegetation protection areas at any time, including the demolition and site preparation phases.
          .4       There shall be no stockpiling of soils, fill, sand, gravel or other excavated materials within the
                   vegetation protection areas at any time, including the demolition and site preparation phases.
          .5       There shall be no fires of any kind, for any reason.
          .6       Except as otherwise approved at the planning stage and in the field by qualified personnel,
                   there shall be no trenching for drains or other services through or within vegetation protection
                   areas. Where such trenching or tunneling is approved in advance, the work shall be done
                   under the supervision of a Qualified Landscape Architect or Certified Arborist.
          .7       There shall be no direct discharge of storm or site drainage waters through or into vegetation
                   protection areas, watercourses or ravines. All such waters shall be filtered through acceptable
                   sedimentation filtration systems before being discharged into the storm system. Drainage shall
                   not be directed to a storm system unless it has been determined that the system is capable of
                   handling the water volume.
          .8       There shall be no cutting of branches or roots of trees within vegetation protection areas at any
                   time without written approval from a Landscape Architect or Certified Arborist.
  3.4     Excavation Adjacent to Existing Trees
          .1     If excavation through roots is required, following approval of Contract Administrator,
                 excavate by hand and cut roots with sharp axe, tree loper or saw.
          .2     Apply fertilizer after excavation is backfilled and grading is complete. Do not allow root
                 zone to dry out at any time.

  3.5     Pruning
          .1      Prune trees and shrubs to remove dead and/or hazardous branches, to shape and
                  promote good appearance and to create a tidy and well shaped forest edge as directed
                  by Contract Administrator.
          .2      Prune trees and shrubs in accordance with latest edition of ‘Modern Arboriculture, A
                  systems Approach to Care of Trees and their Associates’ by Alex L.Shigo.

  3.6     Clean up
          .1     After construction, remove all fencing and flagging. Remove any dead branches or
                 dying limbs on trees at the direction of the Contract Administrator.
          .2     Replace any trees the Contract Administrator assesses as irreparably damaged
                 according to the requirements of the International Society of Arboriculture Guide for
                 Establishing Value of Trees or Other Plants, 1983.
          .3     Scarify soil, feather grades and remove noxious weeds from the edge of tree
                 preservation areas.
                                                                                        END OF SECTION

                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 767636
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                                                                                                        th
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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Coquitlam, BC                                           TESTING, COMMISSIONING &                                                   DIVISION 1
Contract No. 62354                                       SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION                                                      Page 1 of 1




ITEM 1.06             TESTING, COMMISSIONING & SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Description
       .1     The lump sum price tendered for this item shall be full compensation for the following:
              .1     At Project Completion, which the project is in the process of being turned over to the
                     Contract Administrator, it shall be essential that the Contractor determine that all
                     components, equipment and systems have been installed correctly, tested and
                     adjusted.
              .2     A total system performance of the integrated components, equipment and systems
                     shall be performed. Functional performance testing shall be undertaken in conjunction
                     with the Contract Administrator and their representatives to verify total integrated
                     system performance.
              .3     This testing shall document the completion and performance of all components,
                     equipment and systems.
              .4     As an extension of the acceptance phase, functional performance tests will be
                     continued to verify the seasonal operation of all components, equipment and systems.
              .5     The Contractor shall:
                     .1      Perform functional performance tests and fine tune and adjust equipment and
                             systems;
                     .2      Expedite and complete deficiencies and defects identified by the Contract
                             Administrator;
                     .3      Attend and conduct “end-of-work” testing and break-in or start-up
                             demonstrations;
                     .4      Review inspection and testing reports to verify conformance to the intent of the
                             documents and that changes, repairs or replacements have been completed;
                     .5      Arrange and coordinate instruction of City staff in care, maintenance and
                             operation of systems and finishes by suppliers and Sub Contractors;
                     .6      Provide on-going review inspection and attendance to maintenance and repair
                             problems during the warranty period.

  1.2      Payment
           .1    Payment for this item shall be one hundred percent (100%) of the lump sum stated in the tender
                 form, and will be paid on the final progress payment certificate subject to the satisfactory
                 commissioning of the systems as witnessed by the Contract Administrator and City
                 representatives.




                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 787966
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                                                                                                        th
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
File #: 12-6100-20/62354/1 Doc #: 787966.v1
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Contract No. 62354                                 WARRANTIES & RECORD DRAWINGS                                                    Page 1 of 2




ITEM 1.07            MAINTENACE MANUALS, WARRANTIES AND RECORD DRAWINGS

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Description
       .1     The lump sum price tendered for this item shall be full compensation for the following:
              .1     Upon completion, the Contractor shall prepare three(3) plastic finished, hard covered,
                     ring bound copies of each maintenance manuals finishes, fixtures, and equipment
                     called for in the specifications for the City’s use. Separate maintenance manuals for
                     Architectural, Civil and Electrical will be required.

                     .2        The information shall be printed on 81/2” x 11” heavy bond offset paper, all punched,
                               indexed and tabbed, trimmed and bound in the covers. Include title sheet labelled
                               ”Maintenance Manual”, project name, data and list of contents in each volume.

                     .3        Include the following information with each section:
                               .1      Description, operation and maintenance instructions for equipment and
                                       systems including a complete list of equipment and parts.

                     .4        Guarantees, Warranties and Bonds shall show:
                                     .1     name and address of project;
                                     .2     guarantee commencement date (date of Substantial Performance);
                                     .3     duration of guarantee;
                                     .4     clear indication of what is being guaranteed and what remedial action
                                            will be taken under guarantee;
                                     .5     signature and seal of Contractor.

                     .5        All necessary special adjusting tools, spanner, brushes and the like shall be provided at
                               no additional cost to the City.

                     .6        Neatly typed notes and lists, Use clear drawings, diagrams or manufacture’s literature.

                     .7        The Contractor shall write the instructions clearly and use language easily understood
                               by the City’s operating and maintenance personnel.

                     .8        The Contractor, with respect to ‘Project Record Drawings’, shall:
                               .1     Keep one set of white prints of all contract drawings and all addenda, revisions,
                                      clarifications, change orders, and reviewed shop drawings, in the site office;
                                      identify them as “Project Record Copy” and have them available at all times for
                                      inspection by the contract Administrator.
                               .2     As the work proceeds, the Contractor shall record, clearly and indelibly in red
                                      pencil, as built conditions wherever they deviate form the original directions of
                                      the Contract Documents. Do not conceal work until required information is
                                      recorded.
                               .3     The Contractor shall present the project record prints for scrutiny at each
                                      project meeting and as may be required by the Project Administrator.
                               .4     Immediately upon Substantial Completion of the work, the Contractor shall
                                      employ the Prime Consultant to transfer all deviations, including those called up
                                      by addenda, revisions, clarifications, shop drawings and change orders, to a
                                      set of AutoCAD 2008 dwg. drawings of each Project Record Drawings.


                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 787967
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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Contract No. 62354                                 WARRANTIES & RECORD DRAWINGS                                                    Page 2 of 2

                               .5         After preparation of the “Project record” drawings, the Contrcator shall review
                                          and return the drawings together with a certificate containing the following
                                          wording:
                                                                CERTIFICATE OF RECORD
                                                                  CITY OF COQUITLAM
                                                              COQUITLAM SPIRIT SQUARE

                                          I/We hereby certify that the set of Project Record Drawings attached hereto,
                                          comprised of (__) sheets, is a complete and total record of the work as
                                          constructed. I/We further certify that the drawings show accurately all the
                                          structural details and electrical services, exposed or hidden, and that the City
                                          may fully rely on their accuracy in any future contemplated repairs,
                                          modifications or additions to this work.
                                                     Signed by Contractor_______________________
                                                     Per_____________________________________
                                                     Date____________________________________


                               .6         All changes to Civil, Electrical, and Structural aspect shall be recorded and
                                          precisely located.

                               .7         The following minimum items are to be shown where applicable:
                                          .1       Architectural Elements
                                          .2       Landscape Elements
                                          .3       Civil Elements
                                          .4       Structural Frame and Footings
                                          .5       Water Service Lines
                                          .6       Sanitary Sewer Lines
                                          .7       Storm Sewer Lines
                                          .8       Electrical Lines
                                          .9       Piping and Duct Work

                               .8         In addition to the Project record Drawings submit at the same time one (1)
                                          complete set of all reviewed and accepted shop drawings in AutoCAD 2008
                                          dwg format for all aspects of the work.



  1.2     Payment
          .1    Payment for this item shall be one hundred percent (100%) of the lump sum stated in the tender
                form, and will be paid on the final progress payment certificate subject to the satisfaction of the
                Contract Administrator and City representatives.




                                                                           Tenderer’s Initials: _______________________
Document No. 787967
               These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed
                               Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition.
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Contract No. 62354                                                                                                   PAGE 1 OF 1




SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2                         SITEWORK
SECTION 02000                      Sub Surface Exploration – (Geotechnical Reports attached)                   10
SECTION 02000                      Removal of Abandoned Construction Debris, Asphalt Pavement,
                                   Concrete Curbing and Curb Stops                                              1
SECTION 02000                      Removal of Existing Hoarding/Construction Fence                              2
SECTION 02000                      Removals – Roadway Surfacing on Burlington Street                            1

The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




                                                                    Tenderer’s Initials:           ______________________________
Doc No. 768998
          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
File #: 12-6100-20/62354/1 Doc #: 768998.v1
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Contract No. 62354                                                                                              PAGE 1 OF 1


 ITEM 2.01           REMOVAL OF ABANDONDED CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS, ASPHALT
                      PAVEMENT, CONCRETE CURBING & CURB STOPS
PART 1.0 - GENERAL
1.1   Requirements Include
      .1      The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and
              operations for the removal and offsite disposal of all abandoned site construction debris,
              asphalt access road apron, concrete curbing and parking lot concrete curb stops.
      .2      The Contractor shall refer to the Contract Drawings and Details and as specified herein
              for the location and extent of the removals.
      .3      The Contractor shall visit the site and establish a full understanding of the site conditions,
              including the types and sizes of the items to be removed.
      .4      Scope of Work includes but is not limited to the removal and offsite disposal, as indicated
              on the Contract Drawings, leaving the affected area in the appropriate condition for
              immediate grading operations and shall be accomplished to the complete satisfaction of
              the Contract Administrator.
1.2      Documents
         .1    This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
               interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.
1.3      Protection
         .1      Protect existing pavement and concrete curbing not designated for removal, light units,
                 and utility structures from damage. In the event of damage, immediately replace or make
                 repairs to approval of Contract Administrator at no additional cost.
1.4      Measurement and Payment
         .1    Tender unit price for this item to include full compensation required to complete the work
               as specified herein and as shown on the Contract Drawings.
         .2    The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and
               operations for the removal of all items based upon the respective lump sum prices in the
               Schedule of Quantities and Prices.
PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Not Used
      .1      Not Used.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Preparation
      .1      Prior to commencing removal operation, inspection and verify with Contract Administrator
              areas, depths and lines of asphalt pavement to be removed.
3.2   Removal
      .1      Sawcut and remove existing asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter to lines and
              grades indicated or established by Contract Administrator in field.
      .2      Use equipment and methods of removal and hauling which do not damage or disturb
              underlying base.
      .3      Prevent contamination of removed asphalt pavement by topsoil, underlying gravel or
              other materials.
      .4      Provide for suppression of dust generated by removal process.
3.3   Stockpiling of Material
      .1      Do not stockpile removed asphalt pavement on-site.

3.4      Sweeping
         .1     Sweep remaining asphalt pavement surfaces clean of debris resulting from removal
                operations using rotary power brooms and hand brooming as required.
                                                                                    END OF SECTION

                                                              Tenderer’s Initials:          ______________________________
Doc No. 788232
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
 the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
                                                                                                      th
                and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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        ITEM 2.02           REMOVAL EXISTING HOARDING/CONSTRUCTION FENCE
PART 1.0 - GENERAL

1.1      Requirements Include
         .1     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and
                operations for the full removal and offsite disposal of the existing hoarding/construction
                fence from the previous construction site along the south and west site property lines.
         .2     The Contractor shall refer to the Contract Drawings and Details and as specified herein
                for the location and extent of the removals.
         .3     The Contractor shall visit the site and establish a full understanding of the site conditions,
                including the types and sizes of the items to be removed.
         .4     Scope of Work includes but is not limited to the removal and offsite disposal, as indicated
                on the Contract Drawings, leaving the affected area in the appropriate condition for
                immediate grading operations and shall be accomplished to the complete satisfaction of
                the Contract Administrator.

1.2      Documents
         .1    This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
               interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.3      Protection
         .1      Protect existing pavement and concrete curbing not designated for removal, light units,
                 and utility structures from damage. In the event of damage, immediately replace or make
                 repairs to approval of Contract Administrator at no additional cost to the Contract

1.4      Measurement and Payment
         .1    Tender unit price for this item to include full compensation required to complete the work
               as specified herein and as shown on the Contract Drawings.
         .2    The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and
               operations for the removal of all items based upon the respective Lump Sum prices in the
               Schedule of Quantities and Prices.

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Not Used
      .1      Not Used.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Preparation
      .1      Prior to commencing removal operation, inspection and verify with Contract Administrator
              fencing areas to be removed.
3.2   Removal
      .1      The Contractor shall maintain in place the existing hoarding/construction fence from the
              previous construction for site security/safety while construction is proceeding.
      .2      The Contractor shall pick the appropriate time when the fencing is to be removed such
              that it does not pose a safety/security hazard to users of the adjacent residences and
              plazas.
      .3      Use equipment and methods of removal and hauling which do not damage or disturb
              existing surfaces.
      .3      Prevent contamination of underlying soils, gravel or other materials.
      .4      Provide for suppression of dust generated by removal process.
3.3   Stockpiling of Material
      .1      Do not stockpile removed hoarding on-site.


                                                              Tenderer’s Initials:          ______________________________
Doc No. 788282
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
 the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
                                                                                                      th
                and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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3.4      Sweeping
         .1     Sweep remaining asphalt pavement surfaces clean of debris resulting from removal
                operations using rotary power brooms and hand brooming as required.

                                                                                                       END OF SECTION




                                                              Tenderer’s Initials:          ______________________________
Doc No. 788282
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
 the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
                                                                                                      th
                and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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ITEM 2.03          REMOVALS – ROADWAY SURFACING ON BURLINGTON STREET

PART 1.0 - GENERAL
1.1   Requirements Include
      .1      The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and
              operations for the removal and offsite disposal of the existing roadway surfacing including
              the asphalt, stamped concrete, and concrete curb and gutter.
      .2      The Contractor shall refer to the Contract Drawings and Details and as specified herein
              for the location and extent of the removals.
      .3      The Contractor shall visit the site and establish a full understanding of the site conditions,
              including the types and sizes of the items to be removed.
      .4      Scope of Work includes but is not limited to the removal and offsite disposal, as indicated
              on the Contract Drawings, leaving the affected area in the appropriate condition for
              immediate grading operations and shall be accomplished to the complete satisfaction of
              the Contract Administrator.
1.2      Documents
         .1    This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
               interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.
1.3      Protection
         .1      Protect existing pavement and concrete curbing not designated for removal, light units,
                 and utility structures from damage. In the event of damage, immediately replace or make
                 repairs to approval of Contract Administrator at no additional cost.
1.4      Measurement and Payment
         .1    Tender unit price for this item to include full compensation required to complete the work
               as specified herein and as shown on the Contract Drawings.
         .2    The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and
               operations for the removal of all items based upon the respective lump sum prices in the
               Schedule of Quantities and Prices.
PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Not Used
      .1      Not Used.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Preparation
      .1      Prior to commencing removal operation, inspection and verify with Contract Administrator
              areas, depths and lines of asphalt pavement to be removed.
3.2   Removal
      .1      Sawcut and remove existing asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter to lines and
              grades indicated or established by Contract Administrator in field.
      .2      Use equipment and methods of removal and hauling which do not damage or disturb
              underlying base.
      .3      Prevent contamination of removed asphalt pavement by topsoil, underlying gravel or
              other materials.
      .4      Provide for suppression of dust generated by removal process.
3.3   Stockpiling of Material
      .1      Do not stockpile removed asphalt pavement on-site.

3.4      Sweeping
         .1     Sweep remaining asphalt pavement surfaces clean of debris resulting from removal
                operations using rotary power brooms and hand brooming as required.
                                                                                    END OF SECTION


                                                              Tenderer’s Initials:          ______________________________
Doc No. 788559
      These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
 the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications
                                                                                                      th
                and Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2                            EARTH WORKS
Section 02210                         Site Grading/Reshaping Existing Subgrade                                       4
Section 02223                         Common Excavation (offsite disposal)                                           7
Section 02223                         Excavation, Trenching and Backfilling                                          6
Section 02224                         Roadway, Excavation Embankment and Compaction                                  2
Section 02226                         Imported Aggregates and Granular Materials                                     6
Section 02300                         Earthwork                                                                      1
Section 02233                         Granular Base                                                                  1
Section 02234                         Granular Sub-Base                                                              1



The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




                                                                    Tenderer’s Initials:           ______________________________
Doc No. 769011
          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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ITEM 3.01                                      SITE GRADING
  This item is detailed in Section 02210 of the MMCD Standard Specifications

PART 1.0 - GENERAL
1.1   Requirements Include
      .1      The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment and operations
              necessary to complete all rough grading of the existing parking lot and the site to the design
              grades as specified herein and as indicated on the Contract Drawings and Details.
      .2      All work shall be accomplished to the complete satisfaction of the Contact Administrator.
      .3      This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
              interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.2      Related Sections
         .1      Section - Site Works          Geotechnical report
         .2      Section 02223                 Excavation, Backfill, Compaction and Grading
         .3      Section 02515                 Unit Paving
         .4      Section 02921                 Growing Medium & Placement
         .5      Section 02950                 Planting Trees, Shrubs, Groundcovers

1.3      References
         .1     ASTM D698-[91], Test Method for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soil Using
                Standard Effort (600 kN-m/m).

1.4      Site Conditions
         .1     Known underground and surface utility lines and buried objects are as indicated on site plan.
         .2     Refer to dewatering in Section 02223 - Excavating Trenching and Backfilling.
         .3     Refer to detailed installation of manholes, lawn basins and other drainage requirements.

1.5      Protection
         .1      Protect existing trees, landscaping, natural features, bench marks, pavement, surface or
                 underground utility lines which are to remain as directed by the Contact Administrator. If
                 damaged, restore to original or better condition unless directed otherwise.
         .2      Notify the Consultant immediately if any damage occurs.
         .3      Maintain access routes to prevent accumulation of mud on roads. Use all means necessary to
                 control dust on and near the work caused by operations.

1.6      Quality Assurance
         .1      The Consultant or the Owner's representative is to inspect and approve all stages of the work.
                 .1      Provide forty-eight (48) hours notice to the Consultant when inspection is required.
         .2      At the Consultants discretion, a licensed testing agency will be retained by the Contractor to
                 perform periodic testing of the subgrade preparation to demonstrate proctor density has been
                 achieved at no extra cost to the Owner.
         .3      Remove any base materials which are unacceptable for required sub-grade bearing capacities
                 or Corrected Maximum Dry Density (MPD) as specified.

 1.7     Coordination
         .1     If sub grade non-structural, or structural, fill is required to meet design sub grades, use
                granular material as per Section 02223 - Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.




                                                                   Tenderer’s Initials:            ______________________________
  Doc No. 788292
           These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
   the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                             th
                          Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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 1.8     Payment
         .1    Measurement and payment for this item shall be by the square meter of area rough graded, as
               determined by field measurements on site by the Contract Administrator.
         .2    Tender unit price to include full compensation for all labour, materials and equipment required
               to complete the work as specified herein and shown on the Contract Drawings.

PART 2.0 – PRODUCTS
         2.1 Materials
             .1      Fill material:
                     .1       In case of deficit of in-place or specified materials, all additional materials
                              necessary to bring area up to specified subgrade elevations shall comply with
                              materials specified in the appropriate Sections or as directed by the Contract
                              Administrator.
             .2      Obtain approval from the Contract Administrator for excavated or grade material to be
                     used as fill for grading work. Protect all approved material form contamination.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Stripping Of Topsoil
      .1      Do not handle topsoil while in wet or frozen condition or in any manner in which soil structure is
              adversely affected, as determined by Consultant
      .2      Commence topsoil stripping after area has been cleared and grubbed and material removed
              from site.
      .3      Strip all topsoil to depths as directed by Consultant. Avoid mixing topsoil with subsoil.
              Stockpile in locations as directed by Consultant.

3.2      Site Grading
         .1      Grade to levels, profiles, and contours allowing for surface treatment as indicated on Contract
                 Drawings and Details and to following depths below finish grades:
         .2      Ensure positive drainage. Slope rough grade away from buildings 50:1 minimum.
         .3      Prior to placing fill over existing ground, scarify surface to depth of 150mm.

3.3      Excavation and Filling
         .1     Compact filled and disturbed areas to maximum dry density to ASTM D698, as per Contract
                Drawings and Details.

3.4      Finish Grading
         .1      Uniformly grade areas within limits of contract. Smooth finished surface within specified
                 tolerances, compact with levels or slopes between elevations as shown on Drawings, or
                 between such points and existing grades.
         .2      Grade areas to drain away from structures and to prevent ponding.
         .3      Gradients shall be within the ranges shown in Table 1, except where shown on Drawings.

3.5      Tolerances
         .1     Sub Grade
                .1     Sub grade tolerance shall be +/- 50mm in 3m when measured with
                       with a straight edge.
         .2     Sub Base
                .2     Sub Base tolerance shall be +/- 25mm in 3m when measured with a straight
                       edge.

3.6      Testing
         .1      Inspection and testing of soil compaction will be carried out by testing laboratory. Costs of test
                 will be paid by the Contractor and approved by Consultant.

                                                                   Tenderer’s Initials:            ______________________________
  Doc No. 788292
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3.7      Maintenance
         .1     Protect newly graded areas from traffic, erosion, trash, and debris.
         .2     The site surface (cut and fill areas) must be contoured to direct precipitation and run-off to
                drainage ditches or slopes leading away from the work area. Surfaces must always be left
                graded smooth and rolled with a smooth drum roller to minimize infiltration of water and
                subsequent deterioration of material due to excessive moisture content. Surfaces must never
                be left with undrained depressions or with a rough texture.
         .3     Repair and re-establish grades in settled, eroded and rutted areas to specified tolerances.
         .4     Repair and make good and clean up any damage and/or debris to roads streets caused by this
                operation. Obtain and pay for all permits required for use of road and streets.

3.8      Surplus Material
         .1      Remove all surplus material not required for backfill, grading or landscaping from the site as
                 directed by the Consultant.
         .2      Stockpile areas and job site to be left completely clean and raked.


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PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02235 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to reshaping and compacting
           existing subgrade. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all
           other sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall also refer to
           installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02235, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02235 – Reshaping Existing Subgrade for specifications for additional
           embankment material (subgrade fill).


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02235 – Reshaping Existing Subgrade for specifications related to work
           performed under this Section.


END OF SECTION 02235



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ITEM 3.02          COMMON EXCAVATION (Offsite Disposal)

PART l.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Requirements Included
       .1     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment and operations for all
              Common Excavation and Offsite disposal work as specified herein. Refer to Contract Drawings
              and Details, as specified herein, for the extents of the base excavation work. All work shall be
              accomplished to the complete satisfaction of the Contact Administrator.
       .2     All material, including sod, organic material, and underlying materials, are classified as
              ‘common excavation’ and shall be removed by acceptable methods to the design sub
              grade elevations or as otherwise established by the Contract Administrator.
       .3     If excavated material is surplus to the needs for onsite grading and backfill, or is determined by
              the Contract Administrator to be unsuitable for reuse as sub grade fill or backfill, dispose of the
              surplus or unsuitable material offsite in a legal manner at an approved dumpsite.
       .4     The cost to haul and dispose of any surplus stripping or common excavated material shall be
              included in the bid prices tendered.
       .5     This unit price item will not apply to excavation for storm sewer or water trenches, manholes,
              and lawn basins, as excavation for these items will be included under the relevant items.
       .6     Stripping of all existing grass, plant material, topsoil and organic materials is considered
              ‘common excavation’ in areas that have not already been identified on the Contract Drawings
              as “Remove Existing Vegetation”.
       .7     .Ensure the sub grade has a minimum gradient for positive subsurface drainage.
       .8     The Contractor will ‘rough grade’ to the subbase design elevations as indicated on the Contract
              Drawings. Payment for site ‘finished’ grading will be made under separate pay items.

  1.2    Related Work
         .1      Environmental Protection and Sediment Control                        Section 01561
         .2      Site Grading                                                         Section 02210
         .3      Excavation, Trenching and Backfilling                                Section 02223
         .4      Sediment Control                                                     Sediment Control Bylaw

  1.3    References
         .1     ASTM D698-[91(1998)], Test Method for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soil
                Using Standard Effort (12,400 ft-lbf/ft) (600 kN-m/m).
         .2     ASTM C 136-92, Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates.
         .3     ASTM D422-63(1990), Method for Particle-Size Analysis of Soils.
         .4     ASTM D4318-84, Test Method for Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit, and Plasticity Index of Soils.
         .5     CAN/CGSB-8.2-M88, Sieves, Testing, Woven, Wire, Metric.
         .6     CAN/CSA-A23.1-[M94], Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction.

  1.4    Geotechnical Report
         .1     a Geotechnical Report has been prepared by Delcan and is included at the beginning of
                Section: ‘Site Works’.

  1.5    Qualifications
         .1      Contractor shall employ personnel familiar with proper excavation and grading
                 procedures, under the supervision of a qualified foreman.

  1.6    Regulations
         .1      Shore and brace excavations, protect slopes, banks, running track edge and perform all work in
                 accordance with Provincial and Municipal regulations whichever is more stringent.

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1.7      Tests and Inspections
         .1      Testing of materials and compaction of backfill and fill will be carried out by testing
                 laboratory approved by the Contract Administrator.
         .2      Before commencing work, conduct, with Contract Administrator, condition survey
                 of existing structures, paving, survey bench marks and monuments which may be affected
                 by the work.
         .3      Do not begin backfilling or filling operations until material has been approved for use by the
                 Contract Administrator.
         .4      Not later than 48 h before backfilling or filling with approved base gravel material, notify
                 Contract Administrator so that compaction tests can be carried out by designated testing
                 agency.

  1.8    Buried Services
         .1      Before commencing work, verify the location of all buried services on and adjacent
                 to the site.
         .2      Arrange with appropriate authority for relocation of buried services that interfere
                 with execution of work. Pay costs of relocating services.
         .3      Remove existing services as per Section: Siteworks - Removals if buried services are exposed.
                 Cap all cut-offs.

  1.9    Protection
         .1      Install and maintain all sediment control features prior to commencing excavation work,
                 as specified, to the complete satisfaction of the Contract Administrator.
         .2      Maintain sediment control features for the duration of the project.
         .3      Protect excavations from freezing.
         .4      Keep excavations clean, free of standing water, and loose soil.
         .5      Where soil is subject to significant volume change due to change in moisture
                 content, cover and protect to Contract Administrator approval.
         .6      Protect natural and man-made features required to remain undisturbed.
         .7      Unless otherwise indicated, or located in an area to be occupied by new construction, protect all
                 existing trees and plant material specified to be retained on the site from damage.
         .8      Protect buried services that are required to remain undisturbed and all areas outside the extent
                 of contract.
         .9      Special attention shall be observed to the existing synthetic running track surface and inside
                 perimeter edge during the work. Protect benchmarks, buildings, pavement and track running
                 surface or underground utility lines which are to remain as directed by the Contract
                 Administrator. If damaged, restore to original or better condition, unless directed otherwise, at
                 the Contractor’s expense.
         .10     Maintain access roads and clean equipment to prevent accumulation of mud on roads. Dump
                 truck boxes hauling materials for disposal shall be sealed. The Contractor shall also maintain
                 all roads to the satisfaction of the City of Coquitlam. Street sweeping with vacuum pick-up (no
                 flushing allowed) shall be required at the end of each working day when excavated materials
                 are hauled offsite to disposal and when imported granular material is delivered to the work site.

  1.10 Over Excavation
       .1     Based on the Geotechnical Report prepared by Delcan, the Contract Administrator does not
              anticipate need for over excavation unless it is discovered that conditions differ from those
              encountered at test hole locations. These changes or variations may be one of the following:
              .1       Organics or topsoil encountered below the anticipated design sub grade elevations for:
                       .1       Footings
              .2       Soft or wet, silty with clay soils within the subgrade.
              .3       Buried concrete, wood debris or old foundations.
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         .2        If these conditions are encountered the contractor must notify the Contract Administrator, prior
                   to over excavation.
         .3        If unsuitable bearing materials are encountered at indicated elevations, carry excavation deeper
                   and replace excavated material with suitable materials as directed by the Contract
                   Administrator.
         .4        Perform over excavation only by written authorization of the Contract Administrator and
                   Geotechnical Engineer. If additional over excavation is required, the Contract Administrator
                   shall be notified so that exact quantities can be measured.

  1.11 Unauthorized Excavation
       .1     Unauthorized excavation shall be any excavation beyond elevations and dimensions indicated,
              without specific direction by the Contract Administrator.
       .2     Fill unauthorized excavation with approved fill material, to elevations and dimensions indicated,
              to the requirements of this section.
       .3     Unauthorized excavation and remedial work shall be at Contractor’s expense.

 1.12 Submittals
      .1     Submit 25 kg samples of the type of native material intended for re-use on the site.
      .2     Submit the following information one week prior to commencing excavation to the Contract
             Administrator for approval:
             .1      Details of procedures and equipment to be used during excavation, including provisions
                     for dewatering.
             .2      Details of procedures and equipment to be used during placement and compaction of
                     materials.
             .3      Details of testing procedures to be followed to ensure material and compaction
                     specifications are met.
             .4      Details of procedures and equipment or materials to be used to protect the existing
                     utilities.
      .3     Submit layout and alignment drawings for proposed temporary road construction and running
             surface protection feature

 1.13 Shoring, Bracing and Underpinning
      .1      Construct the excavation to satisfy WCB Health and Safety requirements. The Contractor shall
              assess the appropriate side slope or need to shore and brace the excavation to protect the
              edge of the existing running track for construction of the Work.
      .2      Engage services of qualified professional engineer who is registered or licensed in the Province
              of British Columbia to design and inspect shoring, bracing and underpinning required for the
              Work.
      .3      Submit design and supporting data at least two weeks prior to commencing Work.
      .4      Design and supporting data submitted to bare stamp and signature of qualified professional
              engineer registered or licensed in the Province of British Columbia. The design and installation
              shall be in accordance with the WCB Health and Safety regulations.
      .5      Professional engineer responsible for design of temporary structures to submit proof of
              insurance coverage for professional liability except where engineer is employee of Contractor,
              in which case Contractor shall supply proof that work by professional engineer is included in
              Contractor’s insurance coverage

 1.14 Permits and Approvals
      .1      Comply with General Requirements – Approval, Verifications, Inspections and Permits



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1.15     Payment
         .1    Measurement for common excavation to include sod stripping, underlying organic materials,
               finish sub grade grading to design elevations and grades, cut & compaction, temporary
               stockpiling and offsite removal of surplus to an approved disposal site, will be made from before
               and after cross sections of area as determined by Contract Administrator.

         .2        Measurement for removal and off site disposal of soft or unsuitable material revealed during
                   proof-rolling will include all remedial work, materials and requirements for over excavation (over
                   the sub grade design elevations) will be made by loose truck box volume as determined by
                   Contract Administrator. Loads removed offsite that are not witnessed by the Contract
                   Administrator will not be paid.
         .3        Measurement for specified fill materials for over excavations, will include all remedial work,
                   materials, requirements and compaction, and will be based on weigh tickets provided to
                   Contract Administrator as loads are delivered. Loads delivered that are not witnessed by the
                   Contract Administrator will not be paid.
         .4        Measurement and payment for this item shall be by the cubic meter of excavated material and
                   disposed offsite, as determined from before and after cross sections of the areas
                   measurements as determined by the Contract Administrator.
         .5        Tender unit price to include full compensation for all labour, materials and equipment required
                   to complete the work as specified herein and shown on the Contract Drawings.

PART 2.0 – PRODUCTS
 2.1 Materials(if backfill required)

         .1        Backfill
                   .1       Use suitable existing inorganic material approved by the Contract Administrator and
                            compact to at least 95% Standard Proctor maximum dry density.

         .2        Type
                   .1       Granular and fill material shall be as identified in:
                            .1     Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling
                            .2     Section 02226 – Aggregate and Granular Materials
                            .3     Excavated or graded material conforming to the backfill specification may be
                                   used as site fill or for grading work after approval by the Contract Administrator.
                            .4     The City reserves the right to approve which of the excavated material is to be
                                   reused, and which is to be disposed offsite, based upon material quality and
                                   suitability for its intended purpose.
                            .5     Protect approved material from contamination.

PART 3.0 – EXECUTION

  3.1    Excavation

         .1        Excavate to lines, grades, elevations, and dimensions to the following depths below finished
                   grades as per the Contract Drawings.
         .2        Remove and dispose offsite all grass sod, organic material, wood, concrete, asphalt waste, and
                   any other obstructions or debris encountered during excavation before any construction
                   procedures commence to avoid contamination of subgrade.
         .3        Excavate/Strip all existing grass, plant material, topsoil and organic material.
         .4        Ensure the sub grade has a minimum gradient for positive subsurface drainage.


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         .5        Re-usable common excavation may be stockpiled but must not cover any, on site, stockpiled
                   topsoil or grassed areas.
         .6        Do not disturb soil or rock below bearing surfaces.
         .7        Notify Contract Administrator and the Geotechnical Engineer when excavations are complete.
         .8        Excavation taken below depths shown on the Contract Drawings without the written
                   authorization of the Contract Administrator and the Geotechnical Engineer’s must be filled at
                   Contractor's expense.
         .9        Excavate trenches to provide uniform continuous bearing and support for specified thickness of
                   pipe bedding material on solid and undisturbed ground.
         .10       For trench excavation, unless otherwise authorized by Contract Administrator in writing, do not
                   excavate more than 30 meters of trench in advance of installation operations and do not leave
                   open more than 15 meters at end of day's operation (provide barricades).
         .11       Excavate for concrete pads and paving to subgrade design elevations.

         .12       If bearings are unsatisfactory, additional excavation will be authorized by the Contract
                   Administrator, in writing, and paid for as per the contract unit price for common excavation.
         .13       Dispose of surplus and unsuitable excavated material offsite.
         .14       Do not obstruct flow of surface drainage or water courses.
         .15       Notify Contract Administrator when bottom of excavations appears unsuitable and proceed as
                   directed by the Contract Administrator.
         .16       Obtain Contract Administrator approval of completed excavation.
         .17       Remove unsuitable material from excavated bottom to extent depth as directed by
                   Contract Administrator. Backfill and compact as directed by Contract Administrator.
         .18       Hand trim, make firm, and remove loose materials and debris from excavations.

 3.2     Shortage and Surplus
         .1     Supply all necessary fill to meet backfilling and grading requirements.
         .2     Dispose of the excavated surplus material off site.

 3.3     Dewatering
         .1     Keep excavations and construction site area free of water while work is in progress and protect
                against surface runoff.
         .2     Provide pumps, piping, temporary drains, trenches, sumps, and related equipment to remove
                water.
         .3     Provide settling basins, siltation fences, and or other siltation control facilities to remove
                suspended solids or other materials before discharging to storm sewers or water courses.
         .4     Submit for Contract Administrator’s review details of proposed dewatering methods. Maintain
                groundwater table a minimum of 300mm below elevations for sub grade.
         .5     Do not use sanitary sewers or private property for discharge of water.
         .6     Dispose of water in a manner not detrimental to the environment, public and private property, or
                any portion of work completed or under construction.

 3.4     Grading Tolerances
         .1     General: Uniformly grade site, including adjacent transition areas. Smooth finish surface within
                specified tolerances of plus/minus 25mm; compact with uniform levels or slopes between points
                where elevations are shown, or between such points and existing grades.
         .2     Grade Control: During construction, maintain lines and grades including crown and cross-slope
                of subbase course. Grading outside of the line defining the work of this contract shall consist of
                rough grading to grades indicated.
         .3     Grading Surface of Fill: Grade smooth and even, free of voids, compacted as specified, and to
                required elevation. Provide final grades within a tolerance of 12 mm when tested with a 3
                meter straight edge.
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         .4        Compaction: After grading, compact subgrade surfaces to the depth and percentage of
                   maximum density for each area classification.
         .5        Stripped grade below slabs shall be brought up to required elevation using free draining
                   material in maximum 300 mm lifts and compacted to a minimum 98% Standard Proctor dry
                   density.

 3.5     Embankments
         .1    Scarify or bench existing slopes in side hill or sloping sections to ensure proper bond between
               new materials and existing surfaces. Method used to be subject to prior approval of Contract
               Administrator.


         .2       Do not place material which is frozen nor place material on frozen surfaces except in areas
                  authorized.
         .3       Maintain crowned surface during construction to ensure ready run-off of surface water.
         .4       Drain low areas before placing material.
                  .1      Place and compact to full width in layers not exceeding 300 mm loose thickness.
                          Contract Administrator may authorize thicker lifts if specified compaction can be
                          achieved and if material contains more than 25% by volume stone and rock fragments
                          larger than 100 mm.

         .5       Where embankment material consists of rock:
                  .1     Place to full width in layers of sufficient depth to contain maximum sized rocks, but in no
                         case is layer thickness to exceed 1 m.
                  .2     Carefully distribute rock material to fill voids with smaller fragments to form compact
                         mass.
                  .3     Fill surface voids at subgrade level with rock spalls or selected material to form an
                         earth-tight surface.
                  .4     Do not place boulders and rock fragments with dimensions exceeding 150 mm within
                         300 mm of subgrade elevations.
                  .5     Do not place boulders and rock fragments with dimensions exceeding 150 mm within
                         300 mm of subgrade elevation.
         .6       Polyethylene sheets shall be placed on all exposed surfaces to protect against erosion.
                  .1      Polyethylene sheets shall be pinned to prevent displacement by wind.
         .7       No extra payment shall be made for overbuild to embankments, unless previously authorized by
                  the Contract Administrator.

 3.6     Disposal and Stockpiling
         .1     Remove surplus material and material unsuitable for fill, grading or landscaping to a disposal
                site.
         .2     Polyethylene sheets shall be placed on stockpiled re-usable native material to protect against
                erosion and contamination.

 3.7     Compaction
         .1    Break material down to sizes suitable for compaction and mix for uniform moisture to full depth
               of layer.
         .2    Compact each layer to minimum 98% Standard Proctor dry density, ASTM D 698.
         .3    Add water or dry as required to bring moisture content of materials to level required to achieve
               specified compaction.

 3.8     Protection


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         .1       Maintain finished surfaces in condition conforming to this section until acceptable by Contract
                  Administrator.
         .2       Place geosynthetic fabric on completed granular subbase in accordance with manufacturer’s
                  recommendations.
         .3       Polyethylene sheets shall be placed on all exposed surfaces to protect against erosion.
                  .1      Polyethylene sheets shall be pinned to prevent displacement by the wind.

 3.9     Equipment
         .1    Excavation shall be carried out using an excavator equipped with a clean-up/landscape bucket
               to minimize disturbance to the sub grade.
         .2    Compaction equipment must be capable of obtaining required densities in materials on project.
               Equipment that does not achieve specified densities must be replaced or supplemented.

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ITEM 3.04                 EXCAVATION, TRENCHING AND BACKFILLING
This item is detailed in Section 02223 of the MMCD Standard Specifications

PART 1.0 - GENERAL
1.1   Documents
      .1      This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
              interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.2      Related Sections
         .1      Section 01561 – Environment and Sediment Control.
         .2      Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials

1.3      References
         .1     American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
                .1     ASTM C 117-(95), Standard Test Method for Material Finer Than 0.075 mm (No.200)
                       Sieve in Mineral Aggregates by Washing
                .2     ASTM C 136-(96a), Standard Test Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse
                       Aggregates.
                .3     ASTM D 422-(98), Standard Test Method for Particle-Size Analysis of Soils.
         .2     Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
                .1     CAN/CSA-A23.1-(00), Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction.

1.4      Definitions
         .1       Excavation classes: two classes of excavation will be recognized; common excavation and rock
                  excavation.
                  .1       Rock: any solid material in excess of 1.0 cubic m and which cannot be removed by
                           means of heavy duty mechanical excavating equipment with 0.95 to 1.15 cubic m
                           bucket.
                  .2       Common excavation: excavation of materials of whatever nature, which are not
                           included under definitions of rock excavation.
         .2       Borrow Material: material obtained from locations outside area to be graded, and required for
                  construction of fill areas or for other portions of work.
         .3       Unsuitable materials:
                  .1       Weak and compressible materials under excavated areas.
                  .2       Frost susceptible materials under excavated areas.
                  .3       Frost susceptible materials: fine grained soils when plasticity index is less than 10
                           when tested to ASTM D 4318, and gradation within limits specified when tested to
                           ASTM D 422.
          .4      Unshrinkable fill: very weak mixture of Portland cement, concrete aggregates and water that
                  resists settlement when placed in utility trenches, and capable of being readily excavated.

1.5      Submittals
         .1     Samples:
                .1    Inform Contract Administrator at least 1 week prior to commencing work, of proposed
                      source of fill materials and provide access for sampling.
                .2    Submit 20 kg samples of type of fill specified.
                .3    Ship samples prepaid to Contract Administrator in tightly closed containers to prevent
                      contamination.

1.6      Waste Management and Disposal
         .1     Collect and separate plastic, paper packaging and corrugated cardboard in accordance with
                Waste Management.

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         .2       Place materials defined as hazardous or toxic in designated containers.
         .3       Ensure emptied containers are sealed and stored safely.



1.7      Protection of Existing Features
         .1      Protect existing features in accordance applicable local regulations.
         .2      Existing buried utilities and structures:
                 .1       Size, depth and location of existing utilities and structures as indicated are for guidance
                          only. Completeness and accuracy are not guaranteed.
                 .2       Prior to commencing excavation Work, notify applicable Owner or authorities having
                          jurisdiction, establish location and state of use of buried utilities and structures. Owners
                          or authorities having jurisdiction to clearly mark such locations to prevent disturbance
                          during Work.
                 .3       Confirm locations of buried utilities by careful test excavations.
                 .4       Maintain and protect from damage, water, sewer, gas, electric, telephone and other
                          utilities and structures encountered as indicated.
                 .5       Where utility lines or structures exist in area of excavation, obtain direction of the
                          Contract Administrator before removing or re-routing.
                 .6       Record location of maintained, re-routed and abandoned underground lines.
                 .7       Confirm locations of recent excavations adjacent to area of excavation.
         .3      Existing buildings and surface features:
                 .1       Conduct, with Contract Administrator condition survey of existing buildings, trees and
                          other plants, lawns, fencing, service poles, wires, rail tracks, pavement, survey bench
                          marks and monuments which may be affected by Work.
                 .2       Protect existing buildings and surface features from damage while Work is in progress.
                          In event of damage, immediately make repair to approval of Contract Administrator and
                          Owner.
                 .3       Where required for excavation, cut roots or branches as approved by Contract
                          Administrator.
                 .4       The subsurface soils do vary and in order to maintain stability, construct the
                          excavations to satisfy WCB Health and Safety requirements.

1.8      Measurement and Payment
         .1    The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and operations for
               excavation, trenching and backfilling of on-site native material and, when not suitable as backfill,
               the contractor will be responsible for the importing, on site handling, placement, compaction
               and finish grading of all imported structural fill material.
         .2    Measurement and payment for excavation, trenching and backfilling will be included under the
               relevant items for that work (i.e storm, water and sanitary lines, manholes, catch basins and
               lawn basins, irrigation and electrical trenching).
         .3    Payment for over-excavation including backfilling will only be made for over-excavation
               authorized by Contract Administrator.
         .4    All costs incurred as a result of unauthorized excavation beyond neat lines or limits of
               excavation shown on Contract Drawings including remedial backfilling will be to Contractor’s
               cost.

1.9      Inspection and Testing
         .1      Refer to General Conditions, Item 12 - Inspections.




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PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Materials
      .1      Type 1 and Type 2 fill: properties to Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials
              and the following requirements:
              .1      Crushed, pit run or screened stone, gavel or sand.
              .2      Gradations to be within limits specified when tested to ASTM C 136 and ASTM C 117.
              .3      Table
                      Sieve Designation                 % Passing
                                                        Type 1                     Type 2
                      75 mm                             -                          100
                      25 mm                             100                        -
                      19 mm                             75-100                     -
                      9.5 mm                            50-100                     -
                      4.75 mm                           30-70                      22-85
                      2.00 mm                           20-45                      -
                      0.425 mm                          10-25                      5-30
                      0.075 mm                          3-8                        2-10

         .2       Type 3 fill: selected material from excavation or other sources, approved by Contract
                  Administrator for use intended unfrozen and free from rocks larger than 75 mm, cinders, ashes,
                  sods, refuse or other deleterious materials.

         .3       Unshrinkable fill: proportioned and mixed to provide:
                  .1     Maximum compressive strength of 5.0 Mpa at 28 days.
                  .2     Maximum Portland cement content of 25 cubic metre with 40% fly ash replacement to
                         CAN/CSA-A3000-A5, Type 10.
                  .3     Minimum strength of 1.0 MPa at 24 h.
                  .4     Concrete aggregates: to CAN/CSA-A23.1.
                  .5     Slump: 100 to 150 mm.

         .4       Drain rock: shall be free-draining, 16 mm uniform washed gravel to the following gradation:
                  Sieve Designation                % Passing
                  16 mm                            100
                  9.5 mm                           0-10
                  2.4 mm                           0

        .5        Rock Rip Rap: Class 1 – nominal size 300mm dia. or 36kg is the following sizes:
                     100% smaller than 450mm or 136kg
                     50% larger than 300mm or 36kg
                     80% larger than 200mm or 11kg

PART 3.0 EXECUTION
3.1   Site Preparation
      .1      Remove obstructions from surfaces to be excavated within limits indicated on the drawings.

3.2      Stockpiling
         .1      Stockpile re-usable fill materials in areas designated by Contract Administrator. Stockpile
                 granular materials in manner to prevent segregation. Dispose of unused fill materials off-site to
                 an approved landfill site.
         .2      Protect fill materials from contamination




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3.3      Dewatering
         .1     Keep excavation trenches free of water while Work is in progress.
         .2     Submit for Contract Administrator’s review details of proposed dewatering methods.
         .3     Avoid excavation below groundwater table if quick condition or heave is likely to occur. Prevent
                piping or bottom heave of excavations by groundwater lowering, sheet pile cut-offs, or other
                means.
         .4     Protect open excavations against flooding and damage due to surface run-off.
         .5     Dispose of water in accordance with Section 01561 – Environment and Sediment Control and in
                manner not detrimental to public and private property, or any portion of work completed or
                under construction.

3.5      Excavation
         .1     Excavate to lines, grades, elevations and dimensions as indicated on the Drawings.
         .2     Remove concrete curbs, paving, walks and other obstructions encountered during excavation in
                accordance with Section 02122 – Removals.
         .3     Excavation must not interfere with bearing capacity of adjustment foundations.
         .4     Do not disturb soil within branch spread of trees or shrubs that are to remain. If excavating
                through roots, excavate by hand and cut roots with sharp axe or saw.
         .5     Unless otherwise authorized by Contract Administrator in writing, do not excavate more than 30
                m of trench in advance of installation operations and do not leave more than 15 m at end of
                day’s operation.
         .6     Keep excavated and stockpiled materials a safe distance away from edge of excavation as
                directed by Contract Administrator.
         .7     Restrict vehicle operations directly adjacent to open trenches.
         .8     Dispose of surplus and unsuitable excavated material off site to an approved landfill site.
         .9     Do not obstruct flow of surface drainage or natural watercourses.
         .10    Earth bottoms of excavations to be undisturbed soil, level, free from loose, soft or organic
                matter.
         .11    Notify Contract Administrator when bottom of excavation is reached.
         .12    Obtain Contract Administrator approval of completed excavation.
         .13    Remove unsuitable material from excavation bottom to extent and depth as directed by Contract
                Administrator.
         .14    Correct unauthorized over-excavation as follows:
                .1       Fill under other areas with Type 2 pitrun fill compacted to not less than 98% of Standard
                         Proctor dry density.
         .15    Hand trim, make firm and remove loose material and debris from excavations. Where material
                at bottom of excavation is disturbed, compact foundation soil to density at least equal to
                undisturbed soil.

3.6      Fill Types and Compaction
         .1       Use fill of types as indicated or specified below. Compaction densities are percentages of
                  maximum densities.
                  .1        Use granular sub-base to underside of base course for field structure. Compact to 98%
                            Standard Proctor dry density.

3.7       Backfilling
         .1        Do not proceed with backfilling operations until Contract Administrator has inspected and
                   approved excavation.
         .2        Areas to be backfilled to be free from debris, snow, ice, water and frozen ground.

         .3       Do not use backfill material which is frozen or contains ice, snow or debris.
         .4       Place backfill materials in uniform layers not exceeding 300 mm compacted thickness up to
                  grades indicated. Compact each layer before placing succeeding layer.

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3.8      Placing Rock Rip Rap
         .1      Place filter gravel and filter cloth as shown in the drawings.
         .2      Transport rock to the site, dump and place in a manner that minimizes cracking and spalling
                 and avoids damage to filter fabric.
         .3      Remove material that does not comply with the gradations identified in this Section.
         .4      Place rip rap in a manner such that segregation into different sizes does not occur.
         .5      Do not use heavy machinery on material in place.
         .6      Local slope irregularities shall not vary from the design slope by more than 150 mm measured
                 at right angles of slope.

3.9      Restoration
         .1     Upon completion of work, remove waste materials and debris, trim slopes, and correct defects
                as directed by Contract Administrator.
         .2     Replace topsoil as directed by Contract Administrator.
         .3     Reinstate lawns to elevation which existed before excavation.
         .4     Reinstate pavements and sidewalks disturbed by excavation to thickness, structure and
                elevation which existed before excavation.
         .5     Clean and reinstate areas affected by work as directed by Contract Administrator.




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PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1         RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02223 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to excavating, trenching and
            backfilling of underground utility installations and related structures. This section must be
            referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works
            described herein. This section shall also refer to installation of pipe and conduit installed for
            telecommunications and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
            trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02223, all
            other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
            Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby made
            part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
            General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
            Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
            included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
            Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1         MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials for specifications for approved
            granular materials and approved native materials.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1         GENERAL

      A.   Refer to Section 02226 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling for specifications related to work
            performed under this Section.

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PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02224 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to backfilling and compaction
           for underground utility installations and related structures. This section must be referenced to
           and interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.
           This section shall also refer to installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications
           and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02223, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching, and Backfilling for specifications for approved
           backfill material.

      B.   Compaction equipment shall be capable of obtaining required densities in materials on project.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        COMPACTION

      A.   Compact to density of not less than 95% Modified Proctor density in compliance with ASTM
           D1557.



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      B.   Apply water as necessary during compaction to obtain specified density. If material is
           excessively moist, aerate by scarifying with suitable equipment until moisture content is suitable
           for compaction.

      C.   In areas not accessible to rolling equipment, compact to specified density with mechanical
           tampers.

      D.   Use caution in pipe zone to ensure no damage to pipe.


3.2        TESTING RATES AND FREQUENCIES

      A.   All testing covered under this item shall be performed by a CSA certified laboratory and
           technicians with two copies of all test results to be sent directly to the Contract Administrator.

      B.   The test rates and frequencies (excluding failed tests) for compaction testing, when not defined
           in the MMCD shall be at the following rates:


           CONSTRUCTION PROCESS                         TEST RATE AND/OR FREQUENCY
           Trench backfilling and compaction            1 test per 50 lineal metre per 1.0 metre depth of
                                                        trench
           Granular base                                1 test per 200 m2
           Granular subbase                             1 test per 500 m2 per 0.15 metre depth of granular
                                                        base
           Embankment (subgrade)                        1 test per 1000 m2 per 0.15 metre depth of em-
                                                        bankment fill
           Subgrade preparation compaction              1 test per 500 m2
           Topsoil                                      1 test prior to commencing work




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ITEM 3.03          IMPORTED AGGREGATES AND GRANULAR MATERIALS
This item is detailed in Section 02226 of the MMCD Standard Specifications

PART l.0 – GENERAL

  1.1    Requirements Included
         .1     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment and operations for the
                supply and placement of imported aggregate fill material.
         .2     The Contractor shall visit site and establish a full understanding of site conditions.
                Scope of Work includes, but is not limited to, the supply, placing, compacting and
                precision grading of the base aggregate fill, and shall be accomplished to the
                complete satisfaction of the Contract Administrator.
         .3     This item shall consist of furnishing and placing base course material composed of crush
                aggregate blended with either natural sand or fine aggregate or both.
         .4     The base course shall be constructed on a prepared underlying sub grade in accordance
                with these specifications and shall conform to the dimensions and typical details shown
                on the plans and with the lines and grades established by the Contract Administrator.

  1.2    Related Work
         .1      Environmental Protection and Sediment Control                        Section 01561
         .2      Excavation, Trenching and Backfilling                                Section 02316
         .3      Site Grading                                                         Section 02210
         .4      Excavation, Trenching and Backfilling                                Section 02223

  1.3    References
         .1     Applicable Municipal Bylaws
         .2     WCB Industrial Health and Safety Regulations
         .3     ASTM C 117-90, Test Method for Material Finer Than 0.075 mm Sieve in Mineral Aggregates
                by Washing.
         .4     ASTM C 131-89, Test Method for Resistance to Degradation of Small-Size Coarse Aggregate
                by Abrasion and Impact in the Los Angeles Machine.
         .5     ASTM C 136-92, Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates.
         .6     ASTM D 698-98, Test Method for Laboratory Compaction Characteristics of Soil Using
                Standard Effort (12,000 ft-lbf/ft) (600 kN-m/m).
         .7     ASTM D 1883-92, Test Method for CBR (California Bearing Ratio) of Laboratory Compacted
                Soils.
         .8     ASTM D 4318-84, Test Method for Liquid Limit, Plastic Limit and Plasticity Index of Soils.
         .9     ASTM D 4791-89, Test Method for Flat or longated Particles in Coarse Aggregate.
         .10    CAN/CGSB-8.2-M88, Sieves, Testing, Woven, Wire, Metric.

  1.4    Samples
         .1    Provide Contract Administrator with access to source and processed material for sampling.

  1.5    Payment
         .1    Measurement and payment for this item shall be by the cubic meter of base aggregate gravel
               supplied including, placement, compaction and levelled, as determined from before and after
               cross sections measurements determined by the Contract Administrator.
         .2    Tender unit price to include full compensation for all labour, materials and equipment required to
               complete the work as specified herein and shown on the Contract Drawings.

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         .3        Measurement for granular base shall be for each specified thickness shown on the Contract
                   Drawings and Details and will be for actual area placed. If Contractor has placed more than the
                   specified thickness then the additional cost will be borne by the Contractor unless authorized to
                   do so, in writing, by the Contract Administrator.

PART 2.0 – PRODUCTS

  2.1    Materials
         .1      Aggregate quality: sound, hard, durable material free from soft, thin, elongated or laminated
                 particles, organic material, clay lumps or minerals, or other substances that would act in
                 deleterious manner for use intended.
         .2      Flat and elongated particles of coarse aggregate: to ASTM D 4791.
                 .1       Greatest dimension to exceed five times least dimension.
         .3      Fine aggregates satisfying requirements of applicable section to be one, or blend of following:
                 .1       Natural sand.
                 .2       Manufactured sand.
                 .3       Screenings produced in crushing of quarried rock, boulders, gravel or slag.
         .4      Coarse aggregates satisfying requirements of applicable section to be one of or blend of
                 following:
                 .1       Crushed rock.
                 .2       Gravel and crushed gravel composed of naturally formed particles of stone.
                 .3       Lightweight aggregate, including slag and expanded shale.

         .5        Granular base course material
                   .1     Crushed Aggregates: Crushed aggregate bases shall conform in all respects to the
                          following gradation requirements – 19mm crushed stone or gravel with gradation to:
                          Sieve Designation        % Passing
                          19 mm                    100
                          12.5 mm                  75 – 100
                          9.5 mm                   60 – 90
                          4.75 mm                  40 – 70
                          2.00 mm                  23 – 50
                          0.425 mm                 7 – 25
                          0.075 mm                 2–8

         .6        Granular sub-base material
                   .1     Crushed Aggregates: Crushed aggregate bases shall conform in all respects to the
                          following gradation requirements – 75 mm crushed, pit run or screened stone, gravel or
                          sand with gradations to:
                          Sieve Designation        % Passing
                          75 mm                    100
                          50 mm                    70 – 100
                          25 mm                    50 – 100
                          4.75 mm                  25 – 100
                          2.00 mm                  15 – 80
                          0.425 mm                 4 – 50
                          0.075 mm                 2–8

         .7       Gradations to be within limits specified when tested to ASTM C 136 and ASTM C 117.
         .8       Liquid limit: to ASTM D 4318, maximum 25

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         .9       Plasticity index: to ASTM D 4318, maximum 6
         .10      Los Angeles degradation: to ASTM C 131. Max. % loss by weight: 45
         .11      Crushed particles: at least 70% of particles by mass within each of following sieve designation
                  ranges to have at least 1 freshly fractured face.


  2.2    Source Quality Control
         .1     Inform Contract Administrator of proposed source of aggregates and provide access for
                sampling at least 1 week prior to commencing production.
         .2     If, in opinion of the Contract Administrator materials from proposed source do not meet, or
                cannot reasonably be processed to meet, specified requirements, locate an alternative source
                or demonstrate that material from source in question can be processed to meet specified
                requirements.
         .3     Advise Contract Administrator 1 week in advance of proposed change of material source.
         .4     Acceptance of material at source does not preclude future rejection if it fails to conform to
                requirements specified, lacks uniformity, or if its field performance is found to be unsatisfactory.

  2.3    Processing
         .1    Process aggregate uniformly using methods that prevent contamination, segregation and
               degradation.
        .2     Blend aggregates, if required, to obtain gradation requirements, percentage of crushed particles,
               or particle shapes, as specified. Use methods and equipment approved by Contract
               Administrator.
        .3     Wash aggregates, if required to meet specifications. Use only equipment approved by Contract
               Administrator.
        .4     When operating in stratified deposits use excavation equipment and methods that produce
               uniform, homogeneous aggregate.

 2.4     Handling
        .1      Handle and transport aggregates to avoid segregation, contamination and degradation.

 2.5     Stockpiling
        .1      The Contractor shall make every effort to haul and place the base material in one continuous
                operation.
        .2      The Contractor shall inform the Contract Administrator in writing as to the reason for having to
                stockpile the base material on-site.
        .3      If stockpiling of the aggregates on site is necessary then the Contactor shall inform the Contract
                Administrator 48 hour in advance and it shall be placed in locations as indicated by Contract
                Administrator. Do not stockpile on completed pavement surfaces.
        .4      Stockpile aggregates in sufficient quantities to meet project schedules.
        .5      Stockpiling sites to be level, well drained, and of adequate bearing capacity and stability to
                support stockpiled materials and handling equipment.
        .6      Separate different aggregates by strong, full depth bulkheads, or stockpile far enough apart to
                prevent intermixing.
        .7      Do not use intermixed or contaminated materials. Remove and dispose of rejected materials as
                directed by Contract Administrator within 48 hours of rejection.
        .8       Uniformly spot-dump aggregates delivered to stockpile in trucks and build up stockpile as
                 specified




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PART 3.0 – EXECUTION

  3.1    Preparation of sub grade
         .1     The exposed sub grade shall be checked and accepted by the Contract Administrator prior to
                any placing and spreading operations being started. Any ruts or soft spots, yielding places due
                to improper drainage conditions, hauling, or any other cause, shall be corrected, as outlined in
                Common Excavation, proof rolled to the required density before the base course is placed
                thereon.

  3.2    Sequence of Operation
         .1    Place granular base after sub-base surface has been inspected and approved by Contract
               Administrator.

         .2        Placing:
                   .1       Construct granular base to depth and grade in areas indicated on the drawings. To
                            protect the underlying course and to provide proper drainage, the spreading of the base
                            shall begin along the centerline on a crowned section or on the high side of a one-way
                            slope.
                   .2       Place material only on clean unfrozen surface, free from snow and ice.
                   .3       Place material using methods which do not lead to segregation or degradation of
                            aggregate.
                   .4       For spreading and shaping material, use spreader boxes having adjustable templates
                            or screeds which will place material in uniform layers of required thickness.
                   .5       Place material to full width in uniform layers not exceeding 150 mm compacted
                            thickness.
                   .6       Shape each layer to smooth contour and compact to specified density before
                            succeeding layer is placed.
                   .7       Remove and replace that portion of layer in which material becomes segregated during
                            spreading.

         .3       Compacting:
                  .1    Compact to density not less than 98% Standard Proctor dry density, at all locations;
                        maximum dry density to ASTM D 698 at all locations.
                  .2    Shape and roll alternately to obtain smooth, even and uniformly compacted base.
                  .3    Apply water as necessary during compacting to obtain specified density.
                  .4    In areas not accessible to rolling equipment, compact to specified density with
                        mechanical tampers approved by Contract Administrator.
                  .5    Correct surface irregularities by loosening and adding or removing material until surface
                        is within specified tolerance

         .4        Proof-Rolling:
                   .1     For proof rolling use standard roller of 45400 kg gross mass with four pneumatic tires
                          each carrying 11350 kg and inflated to 620 kPa. Four tires arranged abreast with
                          centre-to-centre spacing of 730 mm.
                   .2     Obtain approval from Contract Administrator to use non-standard proof rolling
                          equipment.
                   .3     Make sufficient passes with proof roller to subject every point on surface to three
                          separate passes of loaded tire.
                   .4     Where proof rolling reveals areas of defective sub grade:
                          .1      Remove sub grade material to depth and extent as directed by Contract
                                  Administrator.
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                            .2        Backfill excavated sub grade with base course material and compact to 98%
                                      Standard Proctor dry density.
                            .3        Replace base material and compact in accordance with this section.

         .5        Site Tolerances:
                   .1      The planarity requirements of the granular base surface for the site are to be within plus
                           or minus 10 mm of established grade and cross section or less of deformity under a
                           4metre straight edge applied to the surface and 25mm or less of deformity under a 20
                           metre string line applied to the surface at all tested, but not uniformly high or low

  3.3    Protection of Finished Base Surface
                 .1       Maintain finished base in condition conforming to this section until succeeding material
                          is applied or until acceptance by Contract Administrator.


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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02226 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and processing
           of aggregates. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all other
           sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall also refer to installation of
           pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02223, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials for specifications for approved
           granular materials and approved native materials.


PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials for specifications related to
           work performed under this Section.


                                                                                  END OF SECTION 02226




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                           SECTION 02300
Coquitlam, BC                                    EARTHWORK                                                 PAGE 1
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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS
      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      B.   Section 02300 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to earthwork. This section
           must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the
           works described herein. This section shall also refer to installation of pipe and conduit installed
           for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.
      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02223, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Supplementary Specifications.
      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.
      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS
      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
                  MMCD Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling
                  MMCD Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials
                  MMCD Section 02233 – Granular Base
                  MMCD Section 02234 – Granular Subbase

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL
      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
                  MMCD Section 02104 – Clearing and Grubbing
                  MMCD Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling
                  MMCD Section 02226 – Aggregates and Granular Materials
                  MMCD Section 02233 – Granular Base
                  MMCD Section 02234 – Granular Subbase
                  MMCD Section 02235 – Reshaping Existing Subgrade

                                                                                    END OF SECTION 02300


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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                       SECTION 02234
Coquitlam, BC                               GRANULAR SUB-BASE                                          PAGE 1
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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02234 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and processing
           of granular subbase. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all
           other sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall also refer to
           installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02234, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

      F.   Payment for all materials and work performed under this Section will be included in the Lump
           Sum Price provided by the Contractor in the Form of Tender.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02234 – Granular Subbase for specifications for approved granular
           subbase material.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02234 – Granular Subbase for specifications related to work performed
           under this Section.


                                                                                 END OF SECTION 02234

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SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2                            DRAINAGE WORK
Section 02721                         Storm Sewers                                                                   6
Section 02725                         Manholes, Catch Basins and Lawn Basins                                         4
Section 02700                         Underground Utilities                                                          3




The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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ITEMS 4.01 thru 4.05                           STORM SEWERS
This item is detailed in Section 02721 in the MMCD Standard Specifications

PART 1.0 - GENERAL

1.1      Requirements Included
        .1      Tender unit price to include all labour, material and equipment required to supply and install
                storm sewers and storm sewer service connections in accordance with the Contract Drawings
                and Details.
        .2      Tender unit price to include trench excavation, import drain rock, clean outs, caps and removal
                and disposal of unsuitable or excess material. Excavate and backfill with drain rock and
                compact trench material up to design grade elevations.
         .2     Verify the position of the low point of the area to be drained and locate the sub drains
                accordingly. Confirm locations with the Contract Administrator and record for mark up in the as
                built drawings.
         .3     The tenderer shall note that all piping must be CSA approved and installed in accordance with
                the applicable codes.

1.2      Related Work
         .1      Site Grading                                                                  Section 02210
         .2      Excavating Trenching and Backfilling                                          Section 02223
         .3      Aggregates and Granular Material                                              Section 02226
         .4      Geosynthetic Fabric                                                           Section 02498
         .5      Manholes and Catch basins                                                     Section 02725
         .6      Concrete Reinforcement                                                        Section 03200
         .7      Cast-in-Place Concrete                                                        Section 03300

1.3      Documents
         .1    This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents, and is to be read,
               interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.4      References
         .1     American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
                .1       ASTM D 3034 – (94), Specification for Type PSM Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC)
                         Composite Sewer Pipe and Fittings.
         .2     Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
                .1       CSA-B182 – (95), PVC Sewer Pipe and Fittings (PSM) Type.
         .3     ASTM C136-[84a], Method for Sieve Analysis of Fine and Coarse Aggregates.
         .4     BNQ 3624-115-[91], Thermal Plastic Pipe, Flexible Corrugated Tubing and
                Fittings for Soil Drainage.
         .5     American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
         .6     CAN/CSA-B182.2-[M92], Plastic Drain and Sewer Pipe and Pipe Fittings.

1.5      Samples
         .1    Submit samples in accordance with General Conditions of the Contract.
         .2    Inform Contract Administrator of proposed source of bedding and filter fabric
               materials and provide access for sampling at least 1 week prior to commencing
               work.
         .3    Submit 300 mm perforated PVC drain pipe sample for material testing at least
               1 week prior to commencing work.
         .4    Certification to be marked on outside of pipe
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1.6      Certificates
         .1       Submit manufacturer’s test data and certification at least 1 week prior to commencing work.
         .2       Certification to be marked on pipe.

1.7      Scheduling
         .1     Schedule work to minimize interruptions to existing services and to maintain existing flow during
                construction.
         .2     Submit schedule of expected interruptions for approval and adhere to approved schedule.

1.8      Measurement and Payment
         .1     Payment for storm sewers will me made separately for various sections of sewers consistent
               with pipe materials and diameters, depths of sewers and backfill requirements shown on
               Contract Drawings and described under individual payment items in Schedule of Quantities and
               Prices.
         .2     Payment for storm sewers includes trench excavation, disposal of surplus excavated material,
               supply and installation of all pipe, fittings and related materials, bedding drain rock and
               geosynthetic fabric surround as shown on Contract Drawings, cleaning and flushing, testing, all
               surface restoration as specified herein, and all other work and materials necessary to complete
               installation as shown on Contract Drawings.
         .3     Measurement for storm sewer will be made horizontally from manhole centreline to manhole
               centreline over surface after work has been completed.
        .4      Payment for tie-ins to existing or new sewer systems all the materials, work and components,
               as shown on Contract Drawings shall be included for payment under 1.8.1 in this section.

1.9      Inspection and Testing
         .1      Refer to General Conditions, Item 12 - Inspections.


PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Materials
      .1      Plastic Pipe and fittings
                       .1     Pipes to be certified by Canadian Standards Association
                       .2     Type PSM Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) to be manufactured to ASTM D 3034 and
                              ASTM F679.
                       .3     Standard Dimensional Ratio (SDR): 35
                       .4     Separate gasket and integral bell system.
                       .5     Nominal pipe length joint to joint to be 4.0 metres.

        .2         Perforated subdrain pipe and fittings
                           .1     Pipes to be certified by Canadian Standards Association to CAN/CSA B182.1.
                           .2     Nominal pipe size 100 mm dia. with 10 mm perforations at 150 mm centre.
                           .3     Pipe to have a minimum stiffness of 320 kPA at 5% deflection, ASTM D2412;
                           .4     Nominal pipe length joint to joint to be 4.0 metres.

2.2      Pipe Bedding Surround And Backfill Material
                .2      Drain Rock material to Section 02226 - Aggregates and Granular Material
                        .1     Shall be free draining, 16 mm uniform washed gravel. Clean washed, free
                               draining, crushed rock conforming to the following gradation.




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                                          Sieve Size                  Percentage Passing

                                       19.00 mm (3/4")                         100
                                        9.5 mm (3/8")                         0 - 10
                                         2.4 mm (#8)                             0

                            .2        Concrete mixes and materials for bedding, cradles, encasement, supports: to
                                      CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete materials and Methods of Concrete
                                      Construction. Compressive strength to be min 20 MPa @ 28 days.
2.3      Backfilling
                  .1        Existing site inorganic material not to be used as backfill.
                  .2        Type 2 pitrun to Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.

2.4      Geosynthetic Fabric
         .1     Refer to Section 02498 – Geosynthetics for specifications.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Preparation
      .1      Clean pipes and fittings of debris and water before installation, and remove defective materials
              from site to approval of Contract Administrator.

3.2      Trenching
         .1     Do trenching work in accordance with Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.
         .2     Do not allow contents of any sewer or sewer connection to flow into trench.
         .3     Trench alignment and depth to approval of Contract Administrator prior to placing bedding
                material and pipe.
        .4      Place geosynthetic fabric in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.

3.3      Concrete Bedding and Encasement
         .1     Do concrete work in accordance with CAN/CSA –A23.1-00, Concrete Materials and Methods of
                Concrete Construction.
         .2     Position pipe on concrete blocks to facilitate placing of concrete. When necessary, rigidly
                anchor or weight pipe to prevent flotation when concrete is placed.
        .3      Do not backfill over concrete within 24 h after placing.

3.4      Granular Bedding
         .1     Place granular bedding material in uniform layer(s) not exceeding 300 mm compacted thickness
                to depth as indicated.
         .2     Shape bed true to grade and to provide continuous, uniform bearing surface for pipe. Do not
                use blocks when bedding pipes.
         .3     Shape transverse depressions as required to suit joints.
         .4     Compact each layer full width of bed to at least 98% Standard Proctor dry density.
         .5     Fill excavation below bottom of specified bedding adjacent to manholes or catchbasins with
                compacted bedding material.

3.5      Installation
         .1        Lay and join pipe in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations and to approval of
                   Contract Administrator.
         .2        Handle pipe using methods approved by Contract Administrator. Do not use chains or cables
                   passed through rigid pipe bore so that weight of pipe bears upon pipe ends.


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         .3        Lay pipes on prepared bed, true to line and grade with pipe inverts smooth and free of sags or
                   high points. Ensure barrel of each pipe is in contact with shaped bed throughout its full length.
         .4        Commence laying at outlet and proceed in upstream direction with socket ends of pipe facing
                   upgrade.
         .5        Do no exceed maximum joint deflection recommended by pipe manufacturer.
         .6        Do not allow water to flow through pipes during construction except as may be permitted by
                   Contract Administrator.
         .7        Whenever work is suspended install removable watertight bulkhead at open end of last pipe laid
                   to prevent entry of foreign material.
         .8        Install plastic pipe and fittings in accordance with CSA B182.11.
         .9        Joints:
                   .1        Install gaskets as recommended by manufacturer.
                   .2        Support pipes with hand slings or crane as required to minimize lateral pressure on
                             gasket and maintain concentricity until gasket is properly positioned.
                   .3        Align pipes before joining.
                   .4        Maintain pipe joints free from mud, silt, gravel and other foreign material.
                   .5        Avoid displacing gasket or contaminating with dirt or other foreign material. Remove
                             disturbed or dirty gaskets; clean, lubricate and replace before joining is attempted.
                   .6        Complete each joint before laying next length of pipe.
                   .7        Minimize joint deflection after joint has been made to avoid joint damage.

                  .8       Apply sufficient pressure in making joints to ensure that joint is complete as outlined in
                  manufacturer’s recommendations.
          .10     When any stoppage of work occurs, restrain pipes as directed by Contract Administrator to
                  prevent “creep” during down time.
          .11     Cut pipes as required for special inserts, fittings or closure pieces, as recommended by pipe
                  manufacturer, without damaging pipe and to leave smooth end at right angles to axis of pipe.
          .12     Make watertight connections to manholes, drains and catch basins. Use shrinkage
                  compensating grout when suitable gaskets are not available.
          .13     Use prefabricated saddles or approved field connections for connecting pipes to existing sewer
                  pipes. Joint to be structurally sound and watertight.
         .14      Temporarily plug open upstream ends of pipes with removable watertight concrete, steel or
                  plastic bulkheads.

3.6      Pipe Surround
         .1     Upon completion of pipe laying, and after Contract Administrator has inspected pipe joints,
                surround and cover pipes as indicated. Leave joints and fittings exposed until field-testing is
                completed.
         .2     Hand place surround material in uniform layers not exceeding 300 mm compacted thickness as
                indicated. Do not dump material within 1000 mm of pipe.
         .3     Place layers uniformly and simultaneously on each side of pipe.
         .4     Compact each layer from pipe invert to underside of backfill to at least 98% Standard Proctor
                dry density.
         .5     When field test results are acceptable to Contract Administrator, place surround material at pipe
                joints.

3.7      Backfill
         .1       Place backfill material, above pipe surround, in uniform layers not exceeding 300 mm
                  compacted thickness up to grades as indicated.
         .2       Compact backfill to at least 98% Standard Proctor dry density.



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3.8      Field Testing
         .1      Repair or replace pipe, pipe joint or bedding found defective.
         .2      When directed by Contract Administrator draw tapered wooden plug with diameter of 50 mm
                 less than nominal pipe diameter through sewer to ensure that pipe is free of obstruction.
         .3      Remove foreign material from sewers and related appurtenances by flushing with water.
         .4      Television and photographic inspections:
                  .1     Contractor will carry out inspection of installed sewers by television camera,
                         photographic camera or by other related means.
                  .2     If defective work is found, repair all deficiencies and visible leaks.
                  .3     Acceptable ponding:
                         .1       Connections: 10 mm maximum ponding over 3 m length of pipeline.
                         .2       Mainline Sewers: 30 mm maximum ponding over 3 m length of pipe.



                                                                                                        END OF SECTION




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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02721 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and installation
           of storm sewers. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all
           other sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall also refer to
           installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to storm sewers
           shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02721, all other pertinent and
           referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02721 – Storm Sewers for material specifications related to work
           performed under this Section.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02721 – Storm Sewers for specifications related to work performed
           under this Section.


                                                                                 END OF SECTION 02721




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ITEM 4.06 thru 4.09                   MANHOLES, CATCH BASINS & LAWN BASINS
PART 1.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Requirements Included
      .1       Tender unit price to include all labour, material and equipment required to supply and install
              sump manholes, catch basins and lawn basins, in accordance with the Contract Drawings and
              Details.
      .2       Tender unit price to include excavation, and removal and disposal of unsuitable or excess
              material. Excavate and backfill with existing inorganic material and compact material up to
              design grade elevations.
      .3      Supply and install basins in accordance with the Contract Drawings. Verify the position of the
              low point of the area to be drained and locate the basin accordingly. Confirm the location with
              the Contract Administrator. Sum manholes, catch basins and lawn basins as per Master
              Municipal Specifications Standard Drawing S1, S3, S11 and S12.

1.2      Related Work
         .1      Site Grading                                                                  Section 02210
         .2      Excavating Trenching and Backfilling                                          Section 02223
         .3      Aggregates and Granular Material                                              Section 02226
         .4      Storm Sewers                                                                  Section 02721
         .5      Concrete Reinforcement                                                        Section 03200
         .6      Cast-in-Place Concrete                                                        Section 03300

1.3      References
         .1     ASTM A48- 83 (1990), Specifications for Gray Iron Castings.
         .2     ASTM 139 – 78 (1989), Specification for Concrete Masonry Units for Construction of
                Catchbasins and Manholes.
         .3     ASTM C 478M – 90, Specification for Precast Reinforced Concrete Manhole Sections.
         .4     CAN/CSA-A5 – M88, Portland Cement.
         .5     CAN/CSA-A8 – M88, Masonry Cement.
         .6     CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete Materials and Methods for Concrete Construction.
         .7     CAN3-A165 Series – M85, CSA Standards on Concrete Masonry Units.
          .8    CAN/CSA-G164 – M92, Hot Dip Galvanizing of Irregularly Shaped Articles.


1.4      Material Certification
         .1      Submit manufacturer’s test data and certification at least 1 week prior to commencing work.
                 Include manufacturer’s drawings, information and shop drawings where pertinent.

1.5      Measurements and Payment
         .1    Payment for manholes and catch basins will be made by items or components installed for each
               type and size as shown on Contract Drawings and specified in Schedule of Quantities and
               Prices.
         .2    Payment will include excavation and all other associated work required to supply and install
               manholes and catch basins in the new storm sewer system.
         .2    Payment will be for all components including manhole base, riser section, lid, slab, frame and
               cover shown on Standard Detail Drawings for manholes in this Contract.
               Payment includes dewatering, base preparation, and all in-situ concrete work.
         .3    Payment for re-benching existing manholes will include all the materials and work including
               dewatering and temporary water diversion to enable re-benching the existing manholes to
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                   change the direction or pattern of flows.
         .4        Payment will include adjustment of tops of existing catch basins and manholes.

1.6      Inspection and Testing
         .1      Refer to General Conditions, Item 12 - Inspections.

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1    Manholes, Catch Basins and Lawn Basins
       .1     Cement: to CAN/CSA-A5, type 10.
       .2     Concrete mix design to produce 20 MPa minimum compressive strength at 28 days and
              containing 25 mm maximum size coarse aggregate, with water/cement ratio to CAN/CSA-
              A23.1, for class 10 exposure and 75 mm slump at time and point of deposit. Air entrainment to
              CAN/CSA-A23.1, table 10 for class 10 exposure.
       .3     Precast manhole units: to ASTM C 478M, circular or oval. Top sections eccentric cone or flat
              slab top type with opening offset for vertical ladder installation. Monolithic bases to be approved
              by Contract Administrator and set on concrete slabs cast in place.
       .4     Precast catch basin sections: to ASTM C139.
       .5     Joints: to be made watertight using rubber rings, bituminous compound, epoxy resin cement or
              cement mortar.
       .6     Mortar:
              .1       Aggregate: to CSA A82.56.
              .2       Cement: to CAN/CSA-A8.
       .7     Ladder rungs: No.25M billet steel deformed bars, hot dipped galvanized to CAN/CSA G164.
              Rungs to be safety pattern (drop step type).
       .8     Adjusting rings: to ASTM C 478M.
       .9     Concrete Brick: to CAN3-A165 Series.
       .10    Frames, gratings, covers to dimensions as indicated and following requirements:
              .1       Metal gratings and covers to bear evenly on frames. A frame with grating or cover to
                       constitute one unit. Assemble and mark unit components before shipment.
              .2       Castings: coated with two applications of asphalt varnish.
              .3       Manhole frames and covers: heavy-duty municipal type for road service; designed to
                       withstand H20 loading. Cover cast without perforations and complete with two 25 mm
                       square lifting holes and labeled ‘Storm Sewer’.
              .4       Catch basin frames and covers: to ASTM A 48, designed to withstand H20 loading and
                       labeled ‘Storm Sewer’.
      .11     Granular bedding and backfill to:
              .1       Section 02226 - Aggregates and,
              .2       Section 02721 – Storm Sewer.

2.2      Area Drains
         .1     Adjustable Drains to Zurn ZM1726, or approved equivalent, of stainless steel 316 construction,
                150 mm diameter strainer diameter with and satin finish top.




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PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Excavation and Backfill
      .1      Excavate and backfill in accordance with Section 02316 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling
              and as indicated on the Contract Drawings..
      .2      Obtain approval of Contract Administrator before installing manholes, catchbasins, or drains.

3.2      Concrete Work
         .1     Do concrete work in accordance with CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete Materials and Methods of
                Concrete Construction.
         .2     Position metal inserts in accordance with dimensions and details as indicated.

3.3      Installation of Manholes and Catch basins
         .1        Construct units in accordance with details indicated, plumb and true to alignment and grade.
         .2        Complete units as pipe laying progresses. Maximum of three units behind point of pipe laying
                   will be allowed.
         .3        Dewater excavation to approval of Contract Administrator and remove soft and foreign material
                   before placing concrete base.
         .4        Set precast concrete base on 150 mm minimum of granular bedding compacted to 98%
                   Standard Proctor dry density.

         .5       Precast units:
                  .1      Set bottom section of precast unit in bed of cement mortar and bond to concrete slab or
                          base. Make each successive joint watertight with Contract Administrator approved
                          bituminous compound, cement mortar, epoxy resin cement, or combination thereof.
                  .2      Clean surplus mortar and joint compounds from interior surface of unit as work
                          progresses.
                  .3      Plug lifting holes with precast concrete plugs set in cement mortar or mastic compound.
         .6       For sewers:
                  .1      Place stub outlets and bulkheads at elevations and in positions indicated.
                  .2      Bench to provide a smooth U-shaped channel. Side height of channel to be 0.75 times
                          diameter of sewer. Slope adjacent floor at 1 in 20. Curve channels smoothly. Slope
                          invert to establish sewer grade.
         .7       Compact granular backfill to 98% Standard Proctor dry density.
         .8       Set frame and cover to required elevation on no more than 3 courses of brick. Make brick joints
                  and join brick to frame with cement mortar. Parge and make smooth and watertight.
         .9       Place frame and cover on top section to elevation as indicated. If adjustment required use
                  concrete ring.
        .10       Clean units of debris and foreign materials. Remove fins and sharp projections. Prevent debris
                  from entering system.

3.4      Leakage Test
         .1     Install watertight plugs or seals on inlets and outlets of each new sewer manhole and fill
                manhole with water. Leakage not to exceed 0.3% per hour of volume of manhole.
         .2     If permissible leakage is exceeded, correct defects. Repeat until acceptable to Contract
                Administrator.


                                                                                                    END OF SECTION

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PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02725 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and installation
           of manholes, cleanouts, catchbasins, lawn drains and related appurtenances. This section
           must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the
           works described herein. This section shall also refer to installation of pipe and conduit installed
           for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to manholes and
           catchbasins shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02725, all other pertinent
           and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam Supplementary
           Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02725 – Manholes and Catchbasins for material specifications related
           to work performed under this Section.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02725 – Manholes and Catchbasins for specifications related to work
           performed under this Section.


                                                                                   END OF SECTION 02725



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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS
      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      B.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      C.   Section 02700 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to installation and
           construction of water, sanitary, and storm sewer services within the project site and outside of
           the building envelope as shown on the Civil Drawings. This section must be referenced to and
           interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.
      D.   The Work includes, but is not limited to:
           .1   Site excavation and grading;
           .2     Supply and installation of watermains, valves and valve boxes, service connections and
                  related appurtenances;
           .3     Supply and installation of storm sewers, storm sewer service connections, perforated
                  drain pipe, connections to roof drains, and storm sewer pipe culverts;
           .4     Supply and installation of gravity sanitary sewers and sanitary sewer service connections;
           .5     Supply and installation of manholes, cleanouts, catchbasins, lawn drains and related ap-
                  purtenances; and,
           .6     Coordination with BC Hydro, Telus and Terasen Gas for installation of their services and
                  facilities.
      E.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.
      F.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

1.2        UTILITY CONTACTS

      A.   The following is a list of utility company representatives who are to be contacted regarding the
           co-ordination of scheduling of any Utility Disconnection.


                   City of Coquitlam, Engineering and             Telus
                   Public Works Customer Service Sec-
                   tion
                   Tel: (604) 927-3500

                   BC Hydro                                      Terasen Gas




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      B.   The Contractor will provide the City Representative and the appropriate utility company
           representatives at least fourteen days notice prior to commencement of any portion of the Work
           being undertaken adjacent to any utility.

      C.   In the event of damage to, or if certain portions of the services have to be repaired or altered,
           the Contractor shall call the owners of the utilities or services and advise them that work is
           required, its location, and request that such work be carried out.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
           .1    MMCD Section 02226, Waterworks;
           .2     MMCD Section 02721, Storm Sewers;
           .3     MMCD Section 02723, Pipe Culverts;
           .4     MMCD Section 02725, Manholes and Catchbasins;
           .5     MMCD Section 02731, Sanitary Sewers;
           .6     MMCD Section 03200, Concrete Reinforcement;
           .7     MMCD Section 03300, Cast-in-Place Concrete;
           .8     All other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD; and,
           .9     City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.


2.2        PLASTIC SEWER PIPE

      A.   Polyvinyl chloride pipe in 100mm, 150 mm and 200 mm and 300 mm diameters, SDR35. Pipe
           to have minimum pipe stiffness of 320 kPa at 5.0% deflection, ASTM D2412. Pipe to be
           certified to meet CAN/CSA-B182.2-M or CAN/CSA-182.4 standards

      B.   Joints to conform to ASTM D3212; pipe to include integral bell and spigot ends with stiffened
           wall section and formed groove for a rubber gasket; elastomeric gasket to ASTM F477.

      C.   Normal pipe length joint to joint to be 4.0m

      D.   Maximum installed deflection not to exceed 7.5% of the base inside diameter.


2.3        CATCHBASIN

      A.   Materials and installation of Catchbasin Type 1 shall be per MMCD detail S11 – Top Inlet
           Catchbasin.




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2.4        LAWNBASIN

      A.   Materials and installation of Lawnbasin shall be per MMCD detail S12 – Lawn Drains.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1     MMCD Section 02226, Waterworks;
           .2     MMCD Section 02721, Storm Sewers;
           .3     MMCD Section 02723, Pipe Culverts;
           .4     MMCD Section 02725, Manholes and Catchbasins;
           .5     MMCD Section 02731, Sanitary Sewers;
           .6     All other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD; and,
           .7     City of Richmond Supplementary Specifications.


END OF SECTION 02700




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SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2                            WATERWORKS
Section 02666                         Service Connection, Water Main, Meter, Hydrants
                                      Copper and HDPE Piping                                                          8
Section 02666                         Irrigation Pump Station c/w Cistern, Valve Chamber
                                      And Irrigation System                                                          15
Section 02700                         Underground Utilities                                                           3




The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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 ITEM 5.01 thru 5.08                   SERVICE CONNECTION, WATER MAIN, METER, HYDRANTS
                                         COPPER AND HDPE PIPING
This item is detailed in Section 02666 of the MMCD Standard Specifications as supplemented by the City of
Coquitlam’s Water Meter Specifications and Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to MMCD
2000 Edition.

PART 1.0 - GENERAL

1.1      Requirements Included
         .1     This section refers to those portions of Work that are unique to the supply and installation of
                water mains, hydrants, valves, valve chambers and valve boxes, service connections, backflow
                preventers, copper & HDPE piping and related appurtenances.
         .2     All details of waterworks not specifically covered in this section to comply with the City of
                Coquitlam waterworks specifications and with respective AWWA standards and/or manuals of
                practice as specified in the Contract Documents.
         .3     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment and operations to supply,
                assemble and install the water service mains and hydrants including excavation, service
                saddles, valves, valve boxes, all associated hardware, bedding and backfilling as specified
                herein and, as shown on the Contract Drawings and Detail Sheets. All work shall be
                accomplished to the complete satisfaction of the Contact Administrator.

1.1      Documents
         .1    This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents, and is to be read
               interpreted and coordinated with all other parts.

1.2      Related Sections
         .1      Section 02316 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.

1.3      References
         .1     American National Standards Institute / American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ANSI
                /ASME).
                .1     ANSI/ASME B16.1 – 1989. Cast Iron Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings , Class 25,
                       125, 250 and 800.
                .2     American National Standards Institute / American Water Works Association
                       (ANSI/AWWA).
                       .1      ANSI/AWWA C500 – (93), Gate Valves for Water and Sewage Systems.
                       .2      ANSI/AWWA C651 – (92), Disinfecting Water Mains
                       .3      ANSI/AWWA C800 – (89), Underground Service Line Valves and Fittings.
                       .4      ANSI/AWWA C900 – (89), Polyvinyl Choride (PVC) Pressure Pipe, 4 Inch
                               through 12 Inch for Water Distribution.
                .3     American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
                       .1      ASTM A 307 – (97), Standard Specification for Carbon Steel Bolts and Studs,
                               60,000 psi Tensile.
                       .2      ASTM F 714 – (97), Standard Specification for Polyethylene (PE) Plastic Pipe
                               (SDR-PR) Based on Outside Diameter.
                .4     Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
                       .1      CAN/CSA-B127.3 – (93), Rigid PolyVinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipe for Pressure
                               Applications.



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1.4      Samples
         .1    Inform Contract Administrator of proposed source of bedding materials and provide access for
               sampling at least 1 week prior to commencing work.

1.5      Material Certification
         .1      Submit manufacturer’s test data and certification that pipe materials meet requirements of this
                 section at least 1 week prior to commencing work. Include manufacturer’s drawings,
                 information and shop drawings where pertinent.

1.6      Record Drawings
         .1     Provide data to produce record drawings, including directions for operating valves, list of
                equipment required to operate valves, details of pipe material, location of air and vacuum
                release valves, hydrant details, maintenance and operating instructions in accordance with
                Section 01721 – Project Record Documents.

1.7      Scheduling of Work
         .1     Schedule work to minimize interruptions to existing services.
         .2     Submit schedule of expected interruptions to Contract Administrator for approval and adhere to
                interruption schedule as approved by Contract Administrator.
         .3     Notify Contract Administrator and building occupants minimum of 48 hours in advance of any
                interruption in service.
         .4     Notify fire department of any planned or accidental interruption of water supply to hydrants.
         .5     Advise local police department of anticipated interference with movement of traffic.

1.8      Measurement and Payment
         .1    Tender unit prices shall include furnishing all services, labour, materials, equipment and
               operations to supply, assemble and install the water service mains and hydrants including all
               the associated hardware, excavation, trenching and backfilling.
         .2    Measurement and Payment for watermain work will be made separately for various sections of
               watermain consistent with pipe materials and diameters, depths of mains and backfill
               requirements shown on Contract Drawings and described under the individual payment items in
               the Schedule of Quantities and Prices.
                       .1      Payment for watermain and service connection include saw cutting pavement,
                               trench excavation, disposal of surplus excavated material, bedding, supply and
                               installation of all pipe, bolts, gaskets and tie rods, imported or native backfill as
                               shown on the Drawings, cleaning, pressure and leakage testing, flushing,
                               disinfection and all surface restoration except permanent pavement restoration,
                               and all other work and materials necessary to complete the installation as
                               shown on the Drawings and specified under this Section.
                       .2      Measurement for watermain will be made along centerline of main, through
                               valves and fittings, with no deduction for length of valves or fittings, over
                               surface after work has been completed.
                       .3      Payment for inline gate valves or butterfly valves including valve boxes; and for
                               crosses, tees, bends, reducers, blind flanges and caps will be made for items
                               identified on Contract Drawings and installed as part of watermain as described
                               under 1.8.1 in this Section.
                       .4      Measurement will be for each respective item installed without deduction of
                               length of valves and fittings from length of pipe measure for payment under
                               1.8.1 in this Section.




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                            .5        Payment for hydrants includes the hydrant body, lateral connections from
                                      mainline tee off watermain to hydrants, isolation valve at the mainline tee and
                                      curb valve with adjustable valve box and all other incidental work as shown on
                                      the Contract Drawings.
                            .6        Payment for service connection includes mainline saddles where specified,
                                      corporation stops, curb stops, service pipes and all related fittings and
                                      appurtenances specified and/or shown on City of Coquitlam Standard Detail
                                      Drawings COQ-W2E and WM-3 as applicable. Payment includes all applicable
                                      work described in 1.8.1.
                            .7        Measurement for service connections will be for each complete service
                                      installed, with no regard to length of service pipe installed.

                            .8        Payment for test points, air release/air-vacuum and combination air valves and
                                      apparatus and blow-off assembly as separate items includes all materials, work
                                      and appurtenances shown on the Contract Drawings with valve chambers to be
                                      paid for under Item 1.8.1.

                            .9        Payment for localized concrete encasement, thrust and anchor blocks and
                                      support blocks as shown on Contract Drawings or directed by Contract
                                      Administrator includes all necessary extra excavation and formwork and supply
                                      and placement of concrete as specified in Section 03300 Payment will be
                                      included in Item 1.8.1.
                            10        Payment for tie-ins to existing mains where all pipework is to be undertaken by
                                      the Contractor will be including all pipes, fittings and necessary tie-in work to
                                      complete tie-in as shown on Contract Drawings will be included in Item 1.8.1

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Pipe Joints and Fittings
      .1      As specified herein and, as shown on the Contract Drawings C200 and Detail Sheet C201 &
              C202.

2.2      Valves and Valve Boxes
         .1      Valves to open clockwise.
         .2      Gate valves: to ANSI/AWWA 500, standard iron body, brass mounted wedge, double disc
                 valves with non-rising stems, suitable for 1 Pa with flanged and push-on joints.
         .3      Cast iron valve boxes: bituminous coated screw type, adjustable over a minimum of 450 mm
                 complete with valve operating extension rod, 30 mm minimum diameter, 25 x 25 mm cross
                 section, of such length that when set on valve operating nut top of rod will not be more than 150
                 mm below cover. Base to be large round type with minimum diameter of 300 mm. Top of box
                 to be marked “WATER”.


2.3      Pipe Bedding and Surround Material
         .1     Granular material to Section 02226 - Aggregates and following requirements:
                .1      Type 1 gravel in accordance with Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and
                        Backfilling.
         .2     Gradations to be within limits specified when tested to ASTM C 136 and ASTM C 117.

         .3        Concrete mixes and materials required for bedding cradles, encasement, supports, thrust
                   blocks: to CAN/CSA-A12.1-0, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction
                   Compressive Strength of min. 20 MPa @ 28 days.

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2.4      Backfill Material
         .1       Type 2 pitrun in accordance with Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.

2.5      Pipe Disinfection
         .1      Undertake disinfection of water mains in accordance with ANSI/AWWA C651.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Preparation
      .1      Clean pipes, fittings, valves and appurtenances of accumulated debris and water before
              installation. Carefully inspect materials for defects to approval of Contract Administrator.
              Remove defective materials from site as directed by Contract Administrator.

3.2      Trenching
         .1     Do trenching work with Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling.
         .2     Trench depth to provide cover over pipe of not less than 1000 mm from finished grade or as
                indicated on the Contract Drawings.
         .3     Trench alignment and depth require Contract Administrator’s approval prior to placing bedding
                material and pipe.


3.3      Concrete Bedding and Encasement
         .1     Do concrete work in accordance with CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete Materials and Methods of
                Concrete Construction. Place concrete to details as indicated or as directed by Consultant.
         .2     Pipe may be positioned on concrete blocks to facilitate placing of concrete. When necessary,
                rigidly anchor or weight pipe to prevent flotation when concrete is placed.
         .3     Do not backfill over concrete within 24 hours after placing.

3.4      Granular Bedding and Pipe Surround
         .1     Place granular material in uniform layers not exceeding 300 mm compacted thickness to depth
                as indicated.
         .2     Shape bed true to grade to provide continuous uniform bearing surface for pipe.
         .3     Shape transverse depressions in bedding as required to suit joints.
         .4     Compact each layer full width of bed to at least 95% of corrected maximum dry density.
         .5     Fill authorized or unauthorized excavation below design elevation of bottom of specified
                bedding in accordance with Section 02316 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling with
                compacted Type 2 pitrun material.

3.5      Pipe Installation
         .1      Lay pipes to ANSI / AWWA C605 for PVC pipe and manufacturer’s standard instructions and
                 specifications. Do not use blocks except as specified.
         .2      Join pipes in accordance with ANSI/AWWA C600, Manual of Practice, and manufacturer’s
                 recommendations.
         .3      Bevel or taper ends of PVC pipe to match fittings.
         .4      Handle pipe by methods recommended by pipe manufacturer. Do not use chains or cables
                 passed through pipe bore so that weight of pipe bears on pipe ends.
         .5      Lay pipes on prepared bed, true to line and grade. Ensure barrel of each pipe is in contact with
                 shaped bed throughout its full length. Take up and replace defective pipe. Correct pipe which is
                 not in true alignment or grade or pipe which shows differential settlement after installation
                 greater than 10 mm in 3 m.
         .6      Face socket ends of pipe in direction of laying. For mains on a grade of 2% or greater, face
                 socket ends up-grade.
         .7      Do not exceed permissible deflection at joints as recommended by pipe manufacturer.

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         .8        Keep jointing materials and installed pipe free of dirt and water and other foreign materials.
                   Whenever work is stopped, install a removable watertight bulkhead at open end of last pipe laid
                   to prevent entry of foreign materials.
         .9        Position and join pipes with equipment and methods approved by pipe manufacturer.
         .10       Cut pipes in an approved manner as recommended by pipe manufacturer, without damaging
                   pipe or its coating and to leave smooth end at right angles to axis of pipe.
         .11       Align pipes carefully before jointing.
         .12       Avoid displacing gasket or contaminating with dirt or other foreign material. Gaskets so
                   disturbed or contaminated shall be removed, cleaned, lubricated and replaced before jointing is
                   attempted again.
         .13       Complete each joint before laying next length of pipe.
         .14       Minimize deflection after joint has been made.
         .15       Apply sufficient pressure in making joints to ensure that joint is completed to manufacturer's
                   recommendations.
         .16       Ensure completed joints are restrained by compacting bedding material alongside and over
                   installed pipes or as otherwise approved by Contract Administrator.
         .17       Do hydrostatic and leakage test and have results approved by Contract Administraor before
                   surrounding and covering joints and fittings with granular material.
         .18       Backfill remainder of trench.

3.6      Valve Installation
         .1      Install valves to manufacturer’s recommendations at locations as indicated on the drawings.
         .2      Support valves located in valve boxes by means of either concrete or wood blocks, located
                 between valve and solid ground. Maximum length of pipe on each end of valve shall be 1000
                 mm. Valves not to be supported by pipe.

3.7      Hydrant Installation
         .1     Install hydrant at locations shown on Contract Drawings.
         .2     Install hydrant assemblies in accordance with AWWA Manual of Practice No. M17 and in
                accordance with the Contract Drawings.
         .3     Set hydrants plumb
         .4     Place concrete thrust blocks as shown and as specified ensuring that drain holes are
                unobstructed.
         .5     To provide proper draining for each hydrant, excavate a pit as shown and backfill with coarse
                gravel or crushed stone to a level 150 mm above drain holes.

3.8      Thrust Blocks and Restrained Joints
         .1      For thrust blocks: do concrete work in accordance with Section CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete
                 Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction.
         .2      Place concrete thrust blocks between valves, tees, plugs, caps, bends, changes in pipe
                 diameter, reducers, and fittings and undisturbed ground as indicated on the Drawings.
         .3      Keep joints and couplings free of concrete.
         .4      Do not backfill over concrete within 24 hours after placing.
         .5      For restrained joints: only use restrained joints approved by Contract Administrator.

3.9      Hydrostatic and Leakage Testing
         .1     Do tests in accordance with ANSI/AWA C605 for PVC pipe.
         .2     Provide labour, equipment and materials required to perform hydrostatic and leakage tests
                hereinafter described.
         .3     Notify Contract Administrator at least 24 hours in advance of all proposed tests. Perform tests in
                presence of Contract Administrator.


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         .4        Where any section of system is provided with concrete thrust blocks, conduct tests at least 5
                   days after placing concrete or 2 days if high early strength concrete is used.
         .5        Upon completion of pipe laying and after Contract Administrator has inspected work in place,
                   surround and cover pipes between joints with approved granular material placed to dimensions
                   indicated or directed by Contract Administrator.
         .6        Leave hydrants, valves, joints and fittings exposed.
         .7        Strut and brace caps, bends, tees, and valves, to prevent movement when test pressure is
                   applied.
         .8        Open valves.
         .9        Expel air from main by slowly filling main with potable water. Install corporation stops at high
                   points in main where no air-vacuum release valves are installed. Remove stops after
                   satisfactory completion of test and seal holes with plugs.
         .10       Thoroughly examine exposed parts and correct for leakage as necessary.
         .11       Apply hydrostatic test pressure of 1035 kPa based on elevation of lowest point in main and
                   corrected to elevation of test gauge, for a period of 1 hour.
         .12       Examine exposed pipe, joints, fittings and appurtenances while system is under pressure.
         .13       Remove joints, fittings and appurtenances found defective and replace with new sound material
                   and make watertight.
         .14       Repeat hydrostatic test until all defects have been corrected.
         .15       Apply a leakage test pressure of 1035 kPa after complete backfilling of trench, based on
                   elevation of lowest point in main and corrected to elevation of gauge, for period of 2 hours.
         .16       Define leakage as amount of water supplied from water storage tank in order to maintain test
                   pressure for 2 hours.
         .17       Do not exceed allowable leakage of 1.25 l / day / km / mm of pipe, including lateral connections.
         .18       Locate and repair defects if leakage is greater than amount specified.
         .19       Repeat test until leakage is within specified allowance for full length of watermain.

3.10     Backfill
         .1       Place backfill material, above pipe surround, in uniform layers not exceeding 300 mm
                  compacted thickness up to grades as indicated.
         .2       Compact backfill to at least 98% Standard Proctor, Dry Density.

3.11     Flushing and Disinfecting
         .1      Flushing and disinfecting operations shall be carried out by specialist contractor. Notify
                 Contract Administrator at least 4 days in advance of proposed date when disinfecting operations
                 will commence.
         .2      Flush water mains through available outlets with a sufficient flow of potable water to produce a
                 velocity of 1.5 m/s, within pipe for minimum 10 minutes, or until foreign materials have been
                 removed and flushed water is clear.
         .3      Flushing flows shall be as follows:
                 Pipe Size (mm)            Flow (L/s) Minimum
                 150 and below             38
         .4      Provide connections and pumps for flushing as required.
         .5      Open and close valves, hydrants and service connections to ensure thorough flushing.
         .6      When flushing has been completed to satisfaction of Consultant, introduce a strong solution of
                 chlorine as approved by Contract Administrator into watermain and ensure that it is distributed
                 throughout entire system.
         .7      Specialist contractor shall perform disinfection.
         .8      Chlorine application to be close to point of filling water main and to occur at same time.
         .9      Operate valves, hydrants and appurtenances while main contains chlorine solution.
         .10     Flush line to remove chlorine solution after 24 hours.
         .11     Measure chlorine residuals at extreme end of pipe-line being tested.

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         .12       Perform bacteriological tests on water main, after chlorine solution has been flushed out. Take
                   samples daily for minimum of two days. Should contamination remain or recur during this
                   period, repeat disinfecting procedure. Specialist contractor shall submit certified copy of test
                   results.
         .13       Take water samples at hydrants and service connections, in suitable sequence, to test for
                   chlorine residual.
        .14        After adequate chlorine residual not less than 50 ppm has been obtained leave system charged
                   with chlorine solution for 24 hours. After 24 hours, further samples shall be taken to ensure that
                   there is still not less than 10 ppm of chlorine residual remaining throughout system.

3.12     Surface Restoration
         .1      After installing and backfilling over water mains, restore surface to original condition.



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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02666 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and installation
           of watermains, valves, valve boxes, service connections and related appurtenances. This
           section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to
           the works described herein. This section shall also refer to installation of pipe and conduit
           installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02666, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
           .1      MMCD Section 02666 – Waterworks
           .2       BC Building Code 2006 Part 7 – Plumbing Services


PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1       MMCD Section 02666 – Waterworks
           .2       BC Building Code 2006 Part – Plumbing Services



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ITEM 5.09 thru 5.12                     IRRIGATION PUMP STATION c/w CISTERN,
                                        VALVE CHAMBER AND IRRIGATION SYSTEM
This item is detailed in Section 02666 of the MMCD Standard Specifications as supplemented by the City of
Coquitlam’s Water Meter Specifications and Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to MMCD
2000 Edition.

PART 1.0 - GENERAL

1.1       Requirements Included
          .1     This section refers to those portions of Work that are unique to the supply and installation of an
                 irrigation cistern c/w pump station, valves and valve chamber, backflow preventers, irrigation
                 system, piping and related appurtenances.
          .2     All details of waterworks not specifically covered in this section to comply with the City of
                 Coquitlam waterworks specifications and with respective AWWA standards and/or manuals of
                 practice as specified in the Contract Documents.
          .3     The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment and operations to supply,
                 assemble and install the irrigation pump stations, valves and valve chambers, backflow
                 preventers, irrigation cistern and system, piping and related appurtenances including
                 excavation, trenching, bedding and backfilling all associated hardware as specified herein and,
                 as shown on the Contract Drawings and Detail Sheets. All work shall be accomplished to the
                 complete satisfaction of the Contact Administrator.

1.2       Scope of Irrigation System Work
          .1     Supply and installation of sleeves, mainlines, lateral lines, electronic control valves, sprinklers,
                 controllers, and all related items necessary to provide a properly operating automatic irrigation
                 system to cover the applicable landscape.
          .2     Maintenance of irrigation system.
          .3     The irrigation system installation and components shall be as per the City of Coquitlam
                 Supplementary Irrigation Specifications.

1.3       Reference Standards
          .1     The Standard Specification for Irrigation Systems shall be the minimum standard for construction
                 except for the modifications and/or additions specified in this section.
          .2     ASTM D1248 – High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Pipe
          .3     ASTM D2241 - Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Plastic Pipe (SDR-PR).
          .4     ASTM D2564 - Solvent Cement for Poly (Vinyl Chloride) (PVC) Plastic Pipe and Fittings.
          .5     Section 02223 - Trenching, Excavating and Backfilling - MMCD Specification
          .6     Section 03300 - Concrete - MMCD Specification

1.4       Quality Assurance
          .1       The irrigation Contractor shall be a member in good standing of the Irrigation Industry
                   Association of British Columbia (IIABC) or the Irrigation Association.
          .2       The double check valve assembly and meter shall be installed and tested by a mechanical
                   contractor licensed to perform the work in British Columbia.
          .3       The Contractor shall be certified in Low-Voltage Electrical Wiring as certified by the British
                   Columbia Institute of Technology or approved equivalent.
          .4       The Contractor shall be certified in Plastic Pipe Fusion by the British Columbia Institute of
                   Technology or an approved equivalent.


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1.5       Submittals
          .1      The Contractor shall submit shop drawings and product literature for all system components prior to
                  construction start-up meeting.
          .2      The Contractor shall submit prior to construction a copy of the Low-Voltage Wiring Certificate and a
                  copy of their Certified Cross-Connection Specialist Certificate.
          .3      The Contractor shall submit evidence of project personnel having certification, validated within the
                  twelve months previous to date of tender closing, in plastic pipe fusion from an approved technical
                  institution prior to commencing the work. The certificate shall be valid throughout the length of the
                  contract where HDPE pipe is being installed.
          .4      Provide a manual containing operating and maintenance instructions for all components of the
                  system. Provide clear instructions for operating the system “in-season”, showing the proposed
                  run times for each zone relative to differing precipitation rates and plant water requirements,
                  and a schedule of run times suggested for various weather conditions.
          .5      As-Built Drawings:
                  .1        Maintain and submit a record of the irrigation construction.
                  .2        All components of the irrigation system shall be shown as installed, with clear
                            measurements from an identifiable reference point to the location of the controller and its
                            circuit breaker, master valve, mainline, sleeves, zone control valves, main water
                            connection, blow-out fittings, pipe drains, sprinklers and underground piping alignments
                            (including all fittings and changes in pipe direction). The drawings shall identify each zone
                            numerically; complete with precipitation rate and US gallons per minute per zone.
                  .3        The As-Built drawings shall be prepared by the Contractor or person(s) employed to survey
                            and record the exact location of all surface features of the work and indicate the alignment
                            of all underground pipe and wiring between those surface features. Provide Contract
                            Administrator with a neat and legible original hard copy and digital copy (in Adobe *.PDF
                            and AutoCAD *.dwg formats) of As-Built drawings, suitable as a permanent record.
                  .4        The as-built drawing shall be submitted prior to issue of Substantial Completion. The
                            Contractor shall maintain the as-built record throughout the maintenance and warranty
                            period and issue a revised As-Built Irrigation Plan at Final Acceptance.

                    .5      As-built drawing shall be updated daily and be made available upon request by the
                            Consultant.
          .6        Operation and Maintenance Manuals
                    .1      Prepare and deliver to the Consultant within ten (10) calendar days prior to completion
                            of construction two (2) copies of the following information bound in 3-ring cover binders:
                            .1       Index sheet stating Contractor's address and telephone number, list of
                                     equipment with name and addresses of local manufacturer's representatives.
                            .2       Catalog and parts sheets on every material and equipment installed under this
                                     Contract.
                            .3       Guarantee statement.
                            .4       Complete operating and maintenance instructions for all components of the
                                     system.
                            .5       Project details from irrigation system construction not shown on the plans.
                            .6       Winterization and spring start up procedures.
                            .7       Chart of approximate watering times for spring, summer, and fall showing the
                                     proposed run times for each zone relative to differing precipitation rates and
                                     plant water requirements, and a schedule of run times suggested for various
                                     weather conditions.
          .7        Supply as a part of this Contract, the following tools:


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                    .1  Two (2) sets of tools required for removing, disassembling and adjusting each type of
                        sprinkler and valve supplied on this project.
                 .2     One (1) 2.4m length valve key for operation of gate valves.
                 .3     Two (2) keys for each automatic controller.
                 .4     One (1) quick coupler key and matching hose swivel for each type of quick coupling
                        valve installed.
          .8 Provide any special tools as provided by the manufacturer for servicing of the irrigation equipment
             installed.


1.6       Regulations
          .1      The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all permits and licenses applicable to the work
                  to be done and shall include costs for such permits and licenses in the tender prices.
          .2      Ensure that there is compliance with the relevant codes and regulations during the conduct of
                  the work involved in the project.

1.7       Test Reports and Permits
          .1     Contractor shall obtain all permits and service accountants necessary for scope of work from
                 the City of Coquitlam.
          .2     Submit to the Consultant at Substantial Completion the backflow device test report, meter
                 registration, and plumbing permit. Submit at Final Acceptance the first annual backflow device
                 test report.
          .3     Submit to the Consultant at Substantial Completion the Electrical Permit.

1.8       Site Conditions
          .1      Verify the existence and location of all underground utilities and services prior to
                  commencement of the work.
          .2      Consult with the Consultant to adjust the design, if necessary, to suit existing site conditions and
                  grades prior to commencement of the work.
          .3      Protect from damage, existing landscape features, plant material, structures, irrigation work in
                  progress, and the work of other trades.
          .4      Ensure that sequencing of this work is carried out in coordination with the work of other trades
                  and that sleeves are installed when appropriate.

1.9       Supervisor
          .1      At the time of tender, submit to the Consultant, the name of the Superintendent proposed,
                  together with information regarding his qualifications and previous experience as a
                  Superintendent on works of a similar size and character. The Superintendent must be
                  acceptable to the Owner and Consultant.
          .2      The Superintendent shall devote his time exclusively to the work of this Contract and shall
                  remain on the job during normal working hours, and shall attend all site coordination and
                  progress meetings.
          .3      Do not change Superintendents during the progress of the work, without prior written
                  permission of the Owner.
          .4      Any employee of the Contractor or any Subcontractor who is unsuitable, in the opinion of the
                  Consultant and/or the Owner shall be dismissed for all time from the work, upon direction from
                  the Consultant.

1.10      Notification of Consultant



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          .1        Report to the Consultant, in writing, any conditions or defects encountered on the site during or
                    prior to construction upon which the work of this section depends and which may adversely
                    affect its performance.
          .2        Notify the Consultant and obtain approvals for inspection and testing of irrigation system as
                    specified in this section. Provide the Consultant and Owner minimum 48 hours notice prior to
                    required inspections or meetings.

1.11      Measurement and Payment
          .1     Measurement and Payment for this item will be on a Lump Sum basis payable when the
                 irrigation system is completely installed, commissioned and operating in an efficient and
                 effective manner as determined by the Contract Administrator.
          .2     Payment shall include the supply and installation of all materials shown on the drawings, and all
                 materials incidental to the completion of the work, and shall include all costs for the
                 maintenance and guarantee of the system.
          .3     Payment will not be made for materials delivered and stored onsite that have not been properly
                 installed and the finished system must irrigate all areas to be covered and shall prove
                 satisfactory in all aspects to accepted industry standards.

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Backflow Prevention Device
      .1      The term "double check valve assembly" shall mean an assembly composed of two
              independently acting, approved check valves, including tightly closing shut-off valves with
              resilient seats, located at each end of the assembly and fitted with properly located test cocks
              as per C.S.A. B64 series-1976 and shall be the make and model shown on drawings or
              approved equivalent.
      .2      Backflow prevention units shall be of the size and type shown. Install backflow prevention units
              in accordance with all applicable codes and bylaws, with positive drainage and room for
              servicing.

2.2       Water Meter
          .1 The water meter shall be:
             .1 Sensus Touch read or Neptune Pro Read or approved equivalent and shall be supplied and
                 installed by the Contractor in a Carson series 1419 or AE Concrete model 5686 or approved
                 equal and shall be predrilled for the sensor pad.

2.3       Polyvinylchloride (PVC) Pipe
          .1      Polyvinylchloride pipe shall conform to CSA B137.3. All pipes shall be in new condition,
                  extruded from virgin materials and continuously and permanently marked with the
                  manufacturers name, material, size, pressure rating and CSA approval.
          .2      Jointing methods:
                  .1       Laterals to be solvent welded.
                  .2       Mainline joints on pipe 38mm and smaller to be solvent welded. Mainline joints on pipe
                           larger than 38mm to be gasket joint and thrust blocked.
          .3      PVC pipe shall be CSA Series 160 for sizes 50mm and larger, 25mm and 38mm PVC pipe shall
                  be CSA Series 200.
2.4       High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Pipe
          .1      Material shall be listed by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and Plastic Pipe Institute
                  (PPI) as a PE-3408 resin with a hydrostatic design basis (HDB) of 1600 psi for water at 23°C.
                  The material shall comply with ASTM D-1248 as a Type III Class C, Category 5, Grade P34
                  material and with ASTM D-3350 as a 345434C cell material.
          .2      HDPE pipe shall be SDR 17.0 for sizes greater than 50mm and SDR 11.0 for 50mm or less.

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2.5       Fittings
          .1       Fittings for HDPE pipe greater than 50mm shall be butt fusion type for end-to-end joints. Fittings
                   shall be molded or fabricated by the pipe manufacturer. Fittings and flange adapters made by
                   contractors or distributors are prohibited.

          .2        Fittings for HDPE pipe 50mm or less shall be butt fusion type end-to-end or shall be joined
                    using compression type components. Compression type fittings shall be approved by
                    consultant. Fittings shall be molded or fabricated by the manufacturer. Fittings and flange
                    adapters made by contractors or distributors are prohibited.
          .3        Fittings for PVC pipe shall be as per the drawings. Use Schedule 40 PVC for all elbows and
                    tees on mainlines, laterals and sprinkler swing assemblies. All nipples to be Schedule 80 PVC
                    unless otherwise noted.
          .4        Use Schedule 80 PVC for all elbows and nipples in valve to mainline swing assemblies as
                    shown in details on plans.
          .5        All male threads on PVC fittings shall be wrapped with Teflon tape.
          .6        Threaded connections of PVC to metal shall have male threads on the PVC and female threads
                    on the metal.
          .7        PVC pipe cement and primer combination shall be as recommended by the manufacturer to be
                    suitable for the materials and application, when used as directed, and meet local codes.
          .8        The use of wet and dry solvent and primer on piping larger than 1 ½” (38mm) shall not be used
                    without the approval of the Parks Division.

2.6       Electric Control Valves
          .1       The control valve shall be a normally closed 24 VAC solenoid actuated globe pattern design.
          .2       The valve body and bonnet shall be constructed of glass-filled nylon with stainless steel screws.
                   The valve pressure rating shall not be less than 200 psi.
          .3       The valve shall have external open/close control for manually opening and closing the valve
                   without electrically energizing the solenoid.
          .4       The valve shall have a fully-encapsulated, one-piece solenoid with a captured plunger and a
                   leverage handle for easy turning.
          .5       The valve shall have a non-rising flow control handle.
          .6       The valve construction shall allow all internal parts to be removed from the top of the valve
                   without disturbing the valve installation.
          .7       The valve shall have pressure-regulating capability by use of a field adjustable pressure-
                   regulating module.
          .8       Valves shall not be accepted from other than the following approved equivalent manufacturers
                   and models:
                   .1       Rain Bird PEB Series or approved equivalent
          .9       Where electric control valves have been installed to operate the temporary irrigation the electric
                   control valve shall be equipped with a latching solenoid.

2.7       Master Valve
          .1     The master valves shall be the make and model shown on drawings.

2.8       Pressure Regulating Modules
          .1     Pressure-regulating modules shall be capable of regulating outlet pressure between 15 and 100
                 PSI (1.38 and 6.90 bars).
          .2     The pressure regulating module shall have an adjusting screw for setting pressure and
                 Schrader valve connection for monitoring pressure.
          .3     Approved equivalent pressure-regulating modules are:

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                    .1        Rain Bird PRS-Dial or approved equivalent

2.9       Valve Boxes
          .1     Turf Grass Fields and Landscape
                 .1      Valve boxes shall be made of heavy-duty UV resistant plastic. Valve boxes shall be
                         green in color.

                    .2        Valve boxes shall be sized as noted on plans to allow minimum 100mm between valve
                              and inside of valve box. Valve boxes shall be sized to allow minimum 100mm between
                              bottom of box and bottom of valves and 50mm minimum between lid and top of valves.
                              Provide valve box extensions where required.
                    .3        Valve boxes shall have a locking lid.
                    .4        Valve boxes shall be installed with minimum 150mm depth 25mm diameter washed
                              gravel at bottom of box.

2.10      Drip/Micro-Irrigation
          .1 Dripline and/or micro-irrigation shall be installed as per manufacturer recommendations and
              specifications.

2.11      Flood Blubbers
          .1      Flood bubblers shall be pressure-compensating and capable of delivering a flow range of 0.25-
                  2.0 gpm (0.95-7.57 l/s).

2.12      Sprinklers
          .1      The sprinkler shall be a single stream, gear drive or impact drive type, capable of covering a
                  minimum 44 - 61foot (13.4 – 18.6 m) radius, at a base pressure of 40 - 90 pounds per square
                  inch with a discharge rate of 13.2-16.1 gallons per minute.
          .2      The sprinkler shall be composed of brass w/ brass case.
          .3      The sprinkler shall have a screen attached to the drive housing to filter inlet water.
          .4      The sprinkler shall have a double wall construction 1” (26/34) female (NPT or BSP) bottom inlet.
          .5      The sprinkler shall have a standard rubber cover.
          .6      The sprinkler shall have a standard check valve device capable of holding up to 10 feet (3.1m)
                  of head.
          .7      Pop-up height as measured from the top of the cover to the centerline of the nozzle orifice shall
                  be a minimum of 2.5 inches (60mm).
          .8      The sprinkler shall be warranted by the manufacturer for minimum 5 years.
          .9      Nozzle size as noted on drawings.

2.13      Automatic Controllers for Turf Grass Fields and Landscape
          .1     The Cluster Control Unit (CCU) and satellite controllers shall be manufactured by Rain Bird and
                 compatible with the City of Coquitlam Parks Rain Bird Maxicom2 Central Control network. Size
                 as shown on drawings.
          .2     The satellite controllers shall be installed in existing kiosks or mechanical room. Controller
                 locations as shown on drawings.
          .3     Install specified components in mechanical room or kiosks as per manufacturer’s specifications.
          .4     The antenna, phone tote and communication hardware for the satellite controllers shall be
                 supplied and installed by others.
          .5     The satellite controller shall be a Rain Bird ESP – Sat, station capacity shall be as per drawings.

2.14      Communication
          .1   Communication between Cluster Control Unit and the satellite controllers shall be by radio link.

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                    Radio, modem, and modem antenna to be installed by others.
          .2        Communications between the Central Control and Cluster Control Unit shall be provided by others.

2.15      Control Wire
          .1      Control wire from the controller to valves shall be minimum 14-gauge direct burial type, CSA
                  approved type PE direct burial wire, Paige Electric P7079D, and conforming to Canadian Electrical
                  Code. Control wires shall be any colour other than white (reserved for common) or green (reserved
                  for ground) and as noted on plans.
          .2      Common wire shall be CSA approved 12-gauge direct burial type PE wire, Paige Electric
                  P7079D, white-colour wire is reserved exclusively.
          .3      For master valve wiring, CSA approved 14-gauge type PE direct burial wire, Paige Electric
                  P7079D, of different colour than common and control wires used to control zone valves.
          .4      Wiring shall conform to the Canadian Electric Code and any other regulatory conditions, which
                  may govern this type of installation.
          .5      Install control wires in neat, orderly fashion, between 4 o'clock and 8 o'clock position under
                  irrigation pipes. Wire shall be placed consistently along one side of the pipe in the trench. Tape
                  wires together at 3.0m intervals.
          .6      A minimum loop of 600 mm shall be left at each valve, at each splice, at each change in
                  direction, at every 152 m of straight run, and at each controller for expansion and/or servicing.
          .7      Splice only at valves or junction boxes.
          .8      Field splices where necessary shall be clearly indicated on Irrigation As-Built Drawings.
          .9      For flow sensor/ pulse transmitter wiring, use Belden PE39 cable or equivalent. The cable shall
                  be constructed of 19 AWG or larger copper conductors twisted into minimum three (3) pairs of
                  varying lengths to prevent cross talk. Conductors shall be insulated with polyethylene with a
                  working voltage of 350 Volts. The cable shall feature an 8mm aluminum-polyester shield and
                  be finished with a black high-density polyethylene jacket.
          .10     Wire splices shall be made with 3M DBY connectors. Field splices will be identified, looped and
                  located in a 250 mm diameter lockable irrigation box.

2.16      Trace Wire
          .1     All irrigation lateral pipes shall be installed with #14 AWG trace wire.
          .2     Trace wire shall be installed on mainline at locations where mainline and conduits are not
                 adjacent to one another.

2.17      Sensors and Surge Protection
          .1     Sensors shall be of the type, size, and location as shown on the drawings.
          .2     Surge protection of flow meters shall be a surge suppressor kit that are hybrid devices
                 employing gas-filled surge voltage protectors to handle large surge currents and avalanche-
                 type silicon devices for extremely rapid response. The suppressor shall protect against surges
                 categorized by IEEE Specification 587, Category B (short branch circuits).
          .3     The surge kit shall have a clamping voltage of 15V and maximum series resistance of 2.4
                 Ohms.

2.18      Electrical Products
          .1       All electrical products shall be CSA approved and bear the CSA label. Alternatively, where a
                   product does not bear the required CSA label, it shall be approved in writing, by the authority
                   having jurisdiction.
          .2       Wire conduit shall be DB2 or Series 160 PVC non-metallic electric conduit as shown on
                   drawings.
          .3       Pull and Junction Boxes: to CSA C22.2 No.40-1973 (R1981), sheet steel, screw-on or hinged
                   covers.

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2.19      Electrical Grounding
          .1       Electrical grounding for controllers and any irrigation components that require grounding shall be
                   provided in existing kiosks and mechanical room.

2.20      Sleeving
          .1      Sleeving shall be as follows:
                  .1       50mm lateral – sleeving shall be a minimum of 100mm diameter SDR 35 PVC.
                  .2       75-100mm mainline – sleeving shall be a minimum of 200mm diameter SDR 35 PVC.
                  .3       150-200mm mainline – sleeving shall be a minimum of 300mm diameter SDR 35 PVC.
          .2      Wire conduit shall be installed adjacent to sleeving at mainline crossings under paving.
          .3      Extend sleeving minimum 300mm beyond edge of paving, plug ends and mark at grade with
                  flag label.
          .4      Record location of sleeving daily on As-Built Record Plan.

2.21      Backfill Material
          .1       Native Excavated Material: Containing stones and deleterious materials larger than 25mm.
                   Suitable backfill for HDPE Pipe.
          .2       Clean native excavated soil: free from organic matter, stones larger than 25mm, building debris,
                   and other foreign substances. Suitable backfill for HDPE or PVC Pipe.
          .3       Sand: Natural coarse sand. Suitable backfill for HDPE or PVC Pipe.
          .4       Gravel: 12mm diameter pea washed gravel. Suitable backfill for HDPE or PVC Pipe.

2.22      Quick Couplers
          .1     Quick couplers shall be 25mm diameter one-piece brass construction.
          .2     Quick couplers shall be installed with a valve anchor and valve box as shown on the drawing.

2.23      Isolation Valves
          .1       Isolation valves shall be Mueller flange x flange resilient wedge type with non-rising stems.
          .2       The valve shall be constructed of cast iron epoxy-coated in compliance with AWWA C509 and
                   certified by to NSF 61. The valve shall be UL/ULC listed.
          .3       The valve shall be rated for a working pressure of 250 psig and be tested to 500 psig.
          .4       The valve shall have triple O-ring stem seals. The valve shall have a bronze stem nut
                   electrically isolated from the iron in the wedge to resist corrosion. The valve shall have a
                   completely rubber- encapsulated iron wedge complete with polymer wedge guide bearing caps.

2.24      Miscellaneous Components
          .1      Miscellaneous Components such as air relief valves, pressure regulators, etc., shall be
                  indicated by type, size and location on the drawings or details. Install according to the
                  manufacturer's specifications.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Recycling and Protection of Existing Work
      .1      Protect existing and proposed landscape features, elements, and sites from damage or
              contamination. Coordinate with the work of other trades to reduce waste, mixing of waste, soil
              compaction or erosion, overspray, or run-off from cleaning operations.
      .2      Separate and recycle or reuse the following landscape materials: nylon straps, wire, wood
              stakes, metal stakes, and plastic or cardboard packaging materials.

3.2       Site Conditions


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          .1        All scaled dimensions are approximate. The Contractor shall check and verify all size
                    dimensions and receive Landscape Architect's approval prior to proceeding with work under
                    this section.
          .2        The Contractor shall verify the existence and location of all underground utilities prior to
                    construction.
          .3        Coordinate installation of sprinkler irrigation materials, including pipe, so there shall be no
                    interference with utilities or other construction or difficulty in planting trees, shrubs, and ground
                    cover.
          .4        The Contractor shall carefully check all grades to satisfy himself that he may safely proceed
                    before starting work on the landscape sprinkler system.
          .5        Coordinate installation of sleeves with other trades.

3.3       Layout
          .1     Physical Layout
                 .1       Prior to installation, the Contractor shall stake out all piping, routing and location of
                          sprinkler heads.
                 .2       Make minor changes to conform to ground conditions and note on as-built drawings.
          .2     Water Supply
                 .1       Connect to utility’s water source as per the Drawings and the requirements of the water
                          utility.
                 .2       Connections shall be made at the approximate locations as shown on the Drawings.
                          Contractor is responsible for minor changes caused by actual site conditions.
                 .3       Restore disturbed areas and improvements to original condition.
          .3     Electrical Supply
                 .1       Electrical connections for automatic controller shall be made to electrical points of
                          connections as indicated on the Drawings.
                 .2       Install service and electrical connections in accordance with local, provincial and
                          national electrical codes.
                 .3       Install a minimum 15 amp surge-protected service, including breaker, in irrigation
                          controller location. Include installation of a four plug GFI receptacle if controller location
                          does not have one.
                 .4       Restore disturbed areas and improvements to original condition.
                 .5       Contractor is responsible for minor changes caused by actual site conditions.

3.4       Excavation
          .1     The excavation shall be unclassified. Report material that cannot be excavated by normal
                 mechanical means to Consultant.
          .2     The Contractor shall first remove the finish grade topsoil on mainline paths prior to trenching
                 mainlines so as not to mix finish grade topsoil and subgrade material.
          .3     Depths of sleeving and pipe shall be as shown on plan.
          .4     Bed trench with suitable material to the proper depth and compact. The contractor shall repair
                 any settlement of the trenches.
          .5     Any open trench or other excavations shall be barricaded and marked with high visibility
                 flagging tape.

3.5       Sleeving
          .1      Install sleeving with minimum 300mm cover under walkways and with minimum 600mm cover
                  under driveways.
          .2      Install wire conduit adjacent to sleeves and mainline crossings.

3.6       Pipe Laying and Plowing

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          .1        All lateral piping within sports playing surfaces shall be installed to a consistent depth of 400mm
                    minimum between finish grade and top of pipe.
          .2        Lay the pipe in a straight line between fittings, placing it on firm soil at all points in the trench.
          .3        Prevent dirt from entering exposed ends of pipe.
          .4        Install piping inside of sleeves where pipe crosses under walkways or parking areas as shown
                    on drawings.
          .5        All PVC solvent welding is to be done in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations with
                    particular attention to cleanliness, air temperature, moisture, and curing time. Excess cement
                    must be removed from all joints.
          .6        All male threads on PVC fittings shall be wrapped with Teflon tape.

          .7        Cement shall be applied with a light coat on the inside of the fitting and a heavier coat on the
                    outside of the pipe. Pipe shall be inserted into the fitting and given a quarter turn to seat the
                    cement. Excess cement shall be wiped from the outside of the pipe. Do not cement pipe under
                    wet, frozen or muddy conditions.
          .8        Joints between plain end HDPE pipe and fittings shall be made by butt fusion. Joints between
                    the mainline and branch fittings shall be made using the fittings shown on the drawings. The
                    butt fusion procedures used shall be as per the pipe and fitting manufacturer’s specifications.
          .9        HDPE pipe and fittings may be joined together or to other materials by means of (a) flanged
                    connections- flange adapters and backup rings, or (b) mechanical couplings designed for
                    joining HDPE pipe or for joining HDPE pipe to another material.
          .10       Connections shall be protected where an underground HDPE branch or service pipe is joined to
                    a branch fitting such as a service saddle, branch saddle to tapping tee on a main pipe, and
                    where pipes enter or exit casings or walls. The fitting shall be mechanically supported against
                    shear and bending loads in combination with properly placed and compacted backfill.
          .11       Upon request, the Contractor shall verify field fusion quality by making and testing a trial fusion.
                    The trial fusion shall be allowed to cool completely, then test straps shall be cut out and bent
                    strap tested in accordance with ASTM D2657. If the bent strap test of the trial fusion fails at the
                    joint, the field fusions represented by the trial fusion shall be rejected. The Contractor at his
                    expense shall make all necessary corrections to equipment, set-up, operation and fusion
                    procedure, and shall remake the rejected fusions.

3.7       Backfilling
          .1       Bed trench with suitable material to the proper depth and compact. The contractor shall repair
                   any settlement of the trenches.
          .2       Do not backfill trenches with debris or construction waste materials. Remove and dispose
                   offsite excavated material unsuitable for backfilling.
          .3       Import sand or clean 9mm gravel for backfilling when excavated material is unsuitable for
                   backfilling.
          .4       Backfill excavated subgrade material in 150mm lifts, placing and compacting with an approved
                   device to minimum 85% S.P.D. until 150mm below finish grade. Compaction of trenches with
                   trucks or machinery is not acceptable.
          .5       Replace minimum 150mm depth finish grade topsoil to elevations existing prior to
                   commencement of work.
          .6       All sprinklers shall be adjusted and set flush with final grade using a triple swing assembly.
                   Adjust sprinklers to the correct spray angle to minimize over spraying onto adjacent surfaces.

3.8       Water Line Flushing
          .1     Flush all irrigation mains in the presence of the Consultant to remove all accumulation of dirt
                 and other foreign materials.


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          .2        Flush all laterals in accordance with sprinkler manufacturer’s instructions to prevent clogging of
                    sprinkler screens and nozzles.

3.9       Valves And Valve Boxes
          .1     All valve boxes shall be installed flush with final grade and located in shrub areas where
                 possible. Locate valves no closer than 300mm from walk edges, buildings and walls. Install
                 valve boxes parallel or perpendicular to walkways.
          .2     Valves shall be installed vertically and centered in the box so as to be easily accessible for
                 servicing.
          .3     Only one (1) 50mm electric control valve shall be in a single valve box. Up to three 25mm
                 valves or two 38mm valves may be contained within a single valve box.
          .4     Valve boxes shall be installed with adequate clearance above the pipe and on a firm base so as
                 not to contact the pipe with settlement or upon being depressed. Valve boxes shall be
                 supported and able to support the weight of expected traffic.
          .5     Install 0.05m3 25mm washed gravel in bottom of valve box. Provide minimum 50mm clearance
                 between bottom of valve and top of gravel. Depth of gravel shall be minimum 150mm.
          .6     Quick couplers shall be installed using a schedule 80 PVC triple-swing assembly. Install a #910
                 valve box over quick coupler.

3.10      Wire
          .1        White wire shall be used only as the common wire and other colors shall be consistent from
                    valve to control module.
          .2        Run lines along mains wherever practical. Wire not adjacent to pipe shall be in conduit and
                    noted on as-built plan. Tie wires in bundles with pipe wrapping tape at 3m intervals and allow
                    slack for contraction between strappings.
          .3        Loop a minimum of 600mm length of extra wire in each valve box; both control wire and ground
                    wire.
          .4        Splicing will be permitted only on runs exceeding 150m. Locate all splices at valve locations
                    within valve boxes. All splicing shall be made with 3M DBY connectors. Field splices between
                    the automatic controller and electrical control valves will not be allowed without prior approval of
                    the Consultant.
          .5        Where control wires lines pass under paving, they shall pass through PVC conduits as noted on
                    plans.
          .6        Install spare wires in quantity and location shown on plans to the last control valve box or splice
                    box of each mainline branch leaving a 1.0m length coil for maintenance or future expansion.

3.11      Controller
          .1      Satellite controller shall be installed inside mechanical room. Exact location to be determined on
                  site.
          .2      Control wires shall be labeled and connected to the controller in the sequence as shown on the
                  drawing.
          .3      Two (2) copies of the As-Built Irrigation Plan reduced by 50% size shall be laminated and
                  permanently posted inside the door of the Cluster Control Unit (CCU) cabinet and inside the
                  door of the satellite controller cabinets.
          .4      Antennae, phone tote, communication hardware, software and the phone activation account to
                  be installed by others.
          .5      The contractor shall program each controller with start and run times as per the irrigation
                  schedules included at the end of this section.
          .6      The contractor shall seasonally adjust the controller’s start and run times as required to meet,
                  but not exceed, the seasonal requirements of the plant materials. The contractor shall maintain


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                    a log to record seasonal start and run times for each program and station. The contractor shall
                    submit a copy of the irrigation schedule log to the consultant at final acceptance.

3.12      Flow Sensor
          .1     Install flow sensor and pulse decoder as per the manufacturer’s specifications.
          .2     Maintain minimum distances of 10 times pipe diameter upstream (supply) of flow sensor and
                 minimum 5 times pipe diameter downstream (discharge) of flow sensor with no flow
                 disturbances- pipe bends, valves, other fittings, pipe enlargements or reductions.
          .3     The contractor shall calibrate flow sensor and pulse decoder in units of m3 and with pulse
                 frequency specified by Manufacturer.

3.13      Water Service, Backflow Prevention Device, & Water Meter
          .1     The backflow prevention device and water meter shall be installed as per the drawings and the
                 Master Municipal Construction Document, current edition.
          .2     Provide cathodic protection for all metallic fittings, valves and water services in accordance with
                 the latest issue of local design and construction standards.
          .3     Inspections of the water service connection shall be by the Owner’s Representative with
                 minimum 24 hours notification as per the Master Municipal Construction Document, current
                 edition.
          .4     The DCVA shall be tested by a Certified Cross Connection Specialist prior to system operation.
                 Submit DCVA test report to Consultant at Sub Completion.

3.14      Clean Up
          .1     The job site shall be kept in a neat, clean and orderly condition at all times during the irrigation
                 installation.
          .2     All scrap and excess materials shall be regularly removed from the site and not buried in
                 trenches.

3.15      Inspections and Testing
          .1      Inspections of the work shall be scheduled and conducted with the Consultant and the Owner.
                  The Contractor shall provide the Consultant with minimum 48 hours notice prior to scheduled
                  inspections.
          .2      Leave joints, fittings, valves and accessories exposed for inspection by the Consultant. Wait
                  seven days minimum for standard concrete backing to cure and two days minimum for early
                  strength concrete backing to cure.
          .3      Test the backflow prevention device immediately after installation and prior to operating system.
                  Annually test the backflow prevention device in accordance with Master Municipal Construction
                  Document, current edition.
          .4      Pressure and Leakage Test
                  .1      The Contractor shall request in writing the presence of the Consultant and Owner at
                          least 48 hours in advance of testing.
                  .2      Test mainline prior to connection of any laterals and prior to backfilling.
                  .3      Subject water pipe to hydrostatic pressure 50% greater than operating pressure at
                          lowest point of system or 90% of rated pipe capacity whichever is less, after irrigation
                          main has been filled with water for period of 24 hours and air has been expelled.
                  .4      Supply pumps, connections, gauges and required apparatus for this test.
                  .5      Test for 2 hours.
                  .6      Apart from visual inspection, leakage test will consist of monitoring drop from test
                          pressure in 2 hours. Pipe installation will not be accepted when pressure drop is
                          greater than 5% of test pressure.
                  .7      Replace defective material.

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                    .8        Contractor will supply water for testing.
                    .9        Prevent water line from freezing.
                    .10       Ensure minimum disruption to existing water supply during testing.

3.16      Maintenance
          .1     Train Owner’s maintenance personnel in operation and maintenance of system. Provide Owner
                 with manufacturer’s manuals, sprinkler repair tools and detailed instructions for winterization
                 and spring start-up of system.
          .2     Protect & maintain the entire irrigation system from Substantial Completion until Final
                 Acceptance. Include replacement of any defective materials, making all repairs due to faulty
                 workmanship, and conducting winterization and spring start-up of system. Irrigation system is
                 required to be operated through a full year cycle, including above winterization and start-up
                 procedures.
          .3     The Maintenance Period shall be one (1) year following Substantial Completion.
          .4     During the Maintenance Period the Contractor is responsible for regular inspection of the
                 irrigation system to ensure its proper operation. The Contractor’s operation responsibilities
                 include:
                 .1        Adjusting the irrigation controller program to ensure the survival, health and growth of
                           the plant material and to reflect the soil conditions, climate and seasons of the site.
                 .2        Cleaning sprinkler heads and adjusting coverage to avoid surface water and overspray.
                 .3        Replacing irrigation heads damaged or removed by acts of vandalism or abuse at the
                           unit cost quoted. Incidents of vandalism shall be reported to the Contract Administrator
                           immediately, and vandalized heads or components thereof shall be submitted to the
                           Contract Administrator.
                 .4        Restoration of grass areas, planting beds, hard surfaces and improvements, due to
                           settlement of irrigation trenches.
                 .5        Responding to requests from the Contract Administrator for service adjustments and
                           repairs.
          .5     During the Maintenance Period the Contractor is responsible for winterization of the irrigation
                 system at the end of the growing period and prior to the onset of air temperatures below 0°C.
                 The Contractor shall be liable for any damage resulting from late or improper winterization. The
                 Contractor’s winterizing responsibilities include:
                 .1        Ensuring drain valves and test cocks are not open for the winter.
                 .2        Deactivation of the controller, and drainage and blow-out of the entire irrigation system.
                 .3        Contacting the water utility provider to determine if the water meter is to be removed for
                           winter. The Contractor shall remove and store the water meter, or assistant the water
                           utility provider with removal of the water meter, as directed by the utility.
          .6     During the Maintenance Period the Contractor is responsible for reactivation of the irrigation
                 system at the onset of the growing season or when directed by the Contract Administrator or
                 Parks Division. The Contractor shall be liable for any damage resulting from late or improper
                 spring start-up. The Contractor’s reactivation responsibilities include:
                 .1        Prior to spring start-up contact water utility provider and examine the service connection
                           to determine if the water meter needs to be reinstalled or reactivated. The Contractor
                           shall re-install the water meter, or assist the water utility provider with re-installation of
                           the water meter, as directed by the utility.
                 .2        Spring start-up includes testing for leaks, cycling the irrigation control program through
                           all the zones to ensure proper function and performance. Test of the backflow
                           prevention device and submission of test results to Contract Administrator.
                 .3        Upon start-up, and prior to setting a regular watering program, saturate the soil with
                           water to a depth of 300mm to provide deep watering of all lawn areas, planting beds
                           and tree pits.

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3.17      Final Acceptance
          .1      Irrigation system will be inspected by the Consultant and the Owner at the completion of the
                  Maintenance Period.
          .2      Where it is found that during the Maintenance Period, the irrigation system has been poorly
                  maintained, or there has been a failure to rectify deficiencies within reasonable time, issuance
                  of Final Acceptance may be withheld or the Maintenance Period may be extended or made
                  conditional upon completion of repairs or improvements, at the discretion of the Owner and the
                  Consultant.


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PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02667 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and installation
           of irrigation pump station and valve chamber units. This section must be referenced to and
           interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to waterworks
           shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 2666, all other pertinent and referenced
           sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Access hatch, as shown on the drawings, shall be rated for an intermittent live load rating per
           AASHTO H20.

      B.   Refer to drawing C202 for valve chamber internal piping and valves specifications.

      C.   Pump guide rails shall extend from the pumping unit base to within 200mm of the access hatch
           opening and shall be of galvanized or stainless steel pipe. Two vertical guide rails shall be
           provided for the pump, securely fastened at each end. A guide rail holder shall be attached to
           each opening assembly and pumps shall be capable of easy removal from the guides.

      D.   Pump unit shall be provided with a submersible electric motor driven suitable and be designed
           to satisfy the following conditions:

           Rated Capacity               Total Dynamic Head at Rated Capacity
           L/s (USGM)                   m (ft)
           2.2 (35)                     46 (151)




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           Pump shall be Myers Model WG75H-53-35, Myers Pump as available from Engineering Pump
           (604-552-7900).

      E.   Sufficient cable length shall be provided for pump installation and wire termination without
           splicing, plus additional cable to permit pump removal through access hatch for minor servicing.

      F.   The Contractor shall supply at least three (3) copies of shop drawings illustrating internal
           dimension and major structural details for the pumps, valves, piping and all associated
           equipment to the Engineer for review. The Contractor shall allow at least 1 week for the
           Engineer to review shop drawings. Any manufacturing done before approval of the drawings by
           the Engineer will be at the Contractor’s risk.

      G.   The Contractor shall furnish the Engineer with three (3) complete bound sets of Operation and
           Maintenance Manuals covering the proper method of operating and maintaining the equipment
           and systems.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1       Manufacture installation specifications;
           .2       MMCD Section 02223 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling;
           .3       MMCD Section 02666 – Waterworks; and
           .4       MMCD Section 03300 – Precast and Cast-In-Place Concrete.



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Coquitlam, BC                              UNDERGROUND UTILITIES                                    PAGE 1 of 3
Contract No. 62354                                                                         Print date: 6/12/2009
Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg - 08018                                                       Delcan – EB3683-1



PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS
      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      B.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      C.   Section 02700 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to installation and
           construction of water, sanitary, and storm sewer services within the project site and outside of
           the building envelope as shown on the Civil Drawings. This section must be referenced to and
           interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.
      D.   The Work includes, but is not limited to:
           .1   Site excavation and grading;
           .2     Supply and installation of watermains, valves and valve boxes, service connections and
                  related appurtenances;
           .3     Supply and installation of storm sewers, storm sewer service connections, perforated
                  drain pipe, connections to roof drains, and storm sewer pipe culverts;
           .4     Supply and installation of gravity sanitary sewers and sanitary sewer service connections;
           .5     Supply and installation of manholes, cleanouts, catchbasins, lawn drains and related ap-
                  purtenances; and,
           .6     Coordination with BC Hydro, Telus and Terasen Gas for installation of their services and
                  facilities.
      E.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.
      F.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

1.2        UTILITY CONTACTS

      A.   The following is a list of utility company representatives who are to be contacted regarding the
           co-ordination of scheduling of any Utility Disconnection.


                   City of Coquitlam, Engineering and             Telus
                   Public Works Customer Service Sec-
                   tion
                   Tel: (604) 927-3500

                   BC Hydro                                      Terasen Gas




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                           SECTION 02700
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Contract No. 62354                                                                           Print date: 6/12/2009
Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg - 08018                                                         Delcan – EB3683-1


      B.   The Contractor will provide the City Representative and the appropriate utility company
           representatives at least fourteen days notice prior to commencement of any portion of the Work
           being undertaken adjacent to any utility.

      C.   In the event of damage to, or if certain portions of the services have to be repaired or altered,
           the Contractor shall call the owners of the utilities or services and advise them that work is
           required, its location, and request that such work be carried out.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
           .1    MMCD Section 02226, Waterworks;
           .2     MMCD Section 02721, Storm Sewers;
           .3     MMCD Section 02723, Pipe Culverts;
           .4     MMCD Section 02725, Manholes and Catchbasins;
           .5     MMCD Section 02731, Sanitary Sewers;
           .6     MMCD Section 03200, Concrete Reinforcement;
           .7     MMCD Section 03300, Cast-in-Place Concrete;
           .8     All other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD; and,
           .9     City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.


2.2        PLASTIC SEWER PIPE

      A.   Polyvinyl chloride pipe in 100mm, 150 mm and 200 mm and 300 mm diameters, SDR35. Pipe
           to have minimum pipe stiffness of 320 kPa at 5.0% deflection, ASTM D2412. Pipe to be
           certified to meet CAN/CSA-B182.2-M or CAN/CSA-182.4 standards

      B.   Joints to conform to ASTM D3212; pipe to include integral bell and spigot ends with stiffened
           wall section and formed groove for a rubber gasket; elastomeric gasket to ASTM F477.

      C.   Normal pipe length joint to joint to be 4.0m

      D.   Maximum installed deflection not to exceed 7.5% of the base inside diameter.


2.3        CATCHBASIN

      A.   Materials and installation of Catchbasin Type 1 shall be per MMCD detail S11 – Top Inlet
           Catchbasin.




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                           SECTION 02700
Coquitlam, BC                              UNDERGROUND UTILITIES                                      PAGE 3 of 3
Contract No. 62354                                                                           Print date: 6/12/2009
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2.4        LAWNBASIN

      A.   Materials and installation of Lawnbasin shall be per MMCD detail S12 – Lawn Drains.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1     MMCD Section 02226, Waterworks;
           .2     MMCD Section 02721, Storm Sewers;
           .3     MMCD Section 02723, Pipe Culverts;
           .4     MMCD Section 02725, Manholes and Catchbasins;
           .5     MMCD Section 02731, Sanitary Sewers;
           .6     All other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD; and,
           .7     City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.


END OF SECTION 02700




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DIVISION 2                                    SANITARY WORKS
Section 02725                                 Sanitary Service Line, Connection & Manhole                             3
Section 02700                                 Underground Utilities                                                   3




The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
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                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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ITEM 6.01 thru 6.03                   SANITARY SERVICE LINE, CONNECTION & MANHOLE
PART 1.0 - GENERAL
 1.1 Requirements Included
      .1      Tender unit price to include all labour, material and equipment required to supply and install
              sanitary service lines, sanitary manholes(inside drop) and connection into an existing sanitary
              manhole in accordance with the Contract Drawings and Details.
      .2      Tender unit price to include excavation, and removal and disposal of unsuitable or excess
              material. Excavate and backfill with existing inorganic material and compact material up to
              design grade elevations.
      .3      Supply and install sanitary line and manhole in accordance with the Contract Drawings.
              Confirm the location with the Contract Administrator. Sanitary manhole as per Master Municipal
              Specifications Standard Drawing S1, S4 and S6.

1.2      Related Work
         .1      Site Grading                                                                  Section 02210
         .2      Excavating Trenching and Backfilling                                          Section 02223
         .3      Aggregates and Granular Material                                              Section 02226
         .4      Storm Sewers                                                                  Section 02721
         .5      Concrete Reinforcement                                                        Section 03200
         .6      Cast-in-Place Concrete                                                        Section 03300

1.3      References
         .1     ASTM A48- 83 (1990), Specifications for Gray Iron Castings.
         .2     ASTM 139 – 78 (1989), Specification for Concrete Masonry Units for Construction of
                Catchbasins and Manholes.
         .3     ASTM C 478M – 90, Specification for Precast Reinforced Concrete Manhole Sections.
         .4     CAN/CSA-A5 – M88, Portland Cement.
         .5     CAN/CSA-A8 – M88, Masonry Cement.
         .6     CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete Materials and Methods for Concrete Construction.
         .7     CAN3-A165 Series – M85, CSA Standards on Concrete Masonry Units.
          .8    CAN/CSA-G164 – M92, Hot Dip Galvanizing of Irregularly Shaped Articles.


1.4      Material Certification
         .1      Submit manufacturer’s test data and certification at least 1 week prior to commencing work.
                 Include manufacturer’s drawings, information and shop drawings where pertinent.

1.5      Measurements and Payment
         .1    Payment will be made by items or components installed for each type and size as shown on
               Contract Drawings and specified in Schedule of Quantities and Prices.
         .2    Payment will include excavation and all other associated work required to supply and install
               sanitary manhole and service lines in the new sanitary sewer system.
         .2    Payment will be for all components including manhole base, riser section, lid, slab, frame and
               cover shown on Standard Detail Drawings for manholes in this Contract.
               Payment includes dewatering, base preparation, and all in-situ concrete work.
         .3    Payment for re-benching existing manholes will include all the materials and work including
               dewatering and temporary water diversion to enable re-benching the existing manholes to
               change the direction or pattern of flows.
         .4    Payment will include adjustment of tops of existing sanitary manhole.
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1.6      Inspection and Testing
         .1      Refer to General Conditions, Item 12 - Inspections.

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1    Sanitary Manholes
       .1      Cement: to CAN/CSA-A5, type 10.
       .2      Concrete mix design to produce 20 MPa minimum compressive strength at 28 days and
               containing 25 mm maximum size coarse aggregate, with water/cement ratio to CAN/CSA-
               A23.1, for class 10 exposure and 75 mm slump at time and point of deposit. Air entrainment to
               CAN/CSA-A23.1, table 10 for class 10 exposure.
       .3      Precast manhole units: to ASTM C 478M, circular or oval. Top sections eccentric cone or flat
               slab top type with opening offset for vertical ladder installation. Monolithic bases to be approved
               by Contract Administrator and set on concrete slabs cast in place.
       .4      Precast catch basin sections: to ASTM C139.
       .5      Joints: to be made watertight using rubber rings, bituminous compound, epoxy resin cement or
               cement mortar.
       .6      Mortar:
               .1       Aggregate: to CSA A82.56.
               .2       Cement: to CAN/CSA-A8.
       .7      Ladder rungs: No.25M billet steel deformed bars, hot dipped galvanized to CAN/CSA G164.
               Rungs to be safety pattern (drop step type).
       .8      Adjusting rings: to ASTM C 478M.
       .9      Concrete Brick: to CAN3-A165 Series.
       .10     Frames, gratings, covers to dimensions as indicated and following requirements:
               .1       Metal gratings and covers to bear evenly on frames. A frame with grating or cover to
                        constitute one unit. Assemble and mark unit components before shipment.
               .2       Castings: coated with two applications of asphalt varnish.
               .3       Manhole frames and covers: heavy-duty municipal type for road service; designed to
                        withstand H20 loading. Cover cast without perforations and complete with two 25 mm
                        square lifting holes and labeled ‘Storm Sewer’.
               .4       Catch basin frames and covers: to ASTM A 48, designed to withstand H20 loading and
                        labeled ‘Storm Sewer’.
      .11      Granular bedding and backfill to:
               .1       Section 02226 - Aggregates and,
               .2       Section 02721 – Storm Sewer.

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Excavation and Backfill
      .1      Excavate and backfill in accordance with Section 02316 – Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling
              and as indicated on the Contract Drawings..
      .2      Obtain approval of Contract Administrator before installing manholes, or cleanouts.

3.2      Concrete Work
         .1     Do concrete work in accordance with CAN/CSA-A23.1-00, Concrete Materials and Methods of
                Concrete Construction.
         .2     Position metal inserts in accordance with dimensions and details as indicated.

3.3      Installation of Sanitary Manholes
         .1        Construct units in accordance with details indicated, plumb and true to alignment and grade.

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         .2        Complete units as pipe laying progresses. Maximum of three units behind point of pipe laying
                   will be allowed.
         .3        Dewater excavation to approval of Contract Administrator and remove soft and foreign material
                   before placing concrete base.
         .4        Set precast concrete base on 150 mm minimum of granular bedding compacted to 98%
                   Standard Proctor dry density.

         .5       Precast units:
                  .1      Set bottom section of precast unit in bed of cement mortar and bond to concrete slab or
                          base. Make each successive joint watertight with Contract Administrator approved
                          bituminous compound, cement mortar, epoxy resin cement, or combination thereof.
                  .2      Clean surplus mortar and joint compounds from interior surface of unit as work
                          progresses.
                  .3      Plug lifting holes with precast concrete plugs set in cement mortar or mastic compound.
         .6       For sewers:
                  .1      Place stub outlets and bulkheads at elevations and in positions indicated.
                  .2      Bench to provide a smooth U-shaped channel. Side height of channel to be 0.75 times
                          diameter of sewer. Slope adjacent floor at 1 in 20. Curve channels smoothly. Slope
                          invert to establish sewer grade.
         .7       Compact granular backfill to 98% Standard Proctor dry density.
         .8       Set frame and cover to required elevation on no more than 3 courses of brick. Make brick joints
                  and join brick to frame with cement mortar. Parge and make smooth and watertight.
         .9       Place frame and cover on top section to elevation as indicated. If adjustment required use
                  concrete ring.
        .10       Clean units of debris and foreign materials. Remove fins and sharp projections. Prevent debris
                  from entering system.

3.4      Leakage Test
         .1     Install watertight plugs or seals on inlets and outlets of each new sewer manhole and fill
                manhole with water. Leakage not to exceed 0.3% per hour of volume of manhole.
         .2     If permissible leakage is exceeded, correct defects. Repeat until acceptable to Contract
                Administrator.


                                                                                                    END OF SECTION




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          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS
      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      B.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.
      C.   Section 02700 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to installation and
           construction of water, sanitary, and storm sewer services within the project site and outside of
           the building envelope as shown on the Civil Drawings. This section must be referenced to and
           interpreted simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.
      D.   The Work includes, but is not limited to:
           .1   Site excavation and grading;
           .2     Supply and installation of watermains, valves and valve boxes, service connections and
                  related appurtenances;
           .3     Supply and installation of storm sewers, storm sewer service connections, perforated
                  drain pipe, connections to roof drains, and storm sewer pipe culverts;
           .4     Supply and installation of gravity sanitary sewers and sanitary sewer service connections;
           .5     Supply and installation of manholes, cleanouts, catchbasins, lawn drains and related ap-
                  purtenances; and,
           .6     Coordination with BC Hydro, Telus and Terasen Gas for installation of their services and
                  facilities.
      E.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.
      F.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

1.2        UTILITY CONTACTS

      A.   The following is a list of utility company representatives who are to be contacted regarding the
           co-ordination of scheduling of any Utility Disconnection.


                   City of Coquitlam, Engineering and             Telus
                   Public Works Customer Service Sec-
                   tion
                   Tel: (604) 927-3500

                   BC Hydro                                      Terasen Gas




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      B.   The Contractor will provide the City Representative and the appropriate utility company
           representatives at least fourteen days notice prior to commencement of any portion of the Work
           being undertaken adjacent to any utility.

      C.   In the event of damage to, or if certain portions of the services have to be repaired or altered,
           the Contractor shall call the owners of the utilities or services and advise them that work is
           required, its location, and request that such work be carried out.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
           .1    MMCD Section 02226, Waterworks;
           .2     MMCD Section 02721, Storm Sewers;
           .3     MMCD Section 02723, Pipe Culverts;
           .4     MMCD Section 02725, Manholes and Catchbasins;
           .5     MMCD Section 02731, Sanitary Sewers;
           .6     MMCD Section 03200, Concrete Reinforcement;
           .7     MMCD Section 03300, Cast-in-Place Concrete;
           .8     All other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD; and,
           .9     City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.


2.2        PLASTIC SEWER PIPE

      A.   Polyvinyl chloride pipe in 100mm, 150 mm and 200 mm and 300 mm diameters, SDR35. Pipe
           to have minimum pipe stiffness of 320 kPa at 5.0% deflection, ASTM D2412. Pipe to be
           certified to meet CAN/CSA-B182.2-M or CAN/CSA-182.4 standards

      B.   Joints to conform to ASTM D3212; pipe to include integral bell and spigot ends with stiffened
           wall section and formed groove for a rubber gasket; elastomeric gasket to ASTM F477.

      C.   Normal pipe length joint to joint to be 4.0m

      D.   Maximum installed deflection not to exceed 7.5% of the base inside diameter.


2.3        CATCHBASIN

      A.   Materials and installation of Catchbasin Type 1 shall be per MMCD detail S11 – Top Inlet
           Catchbasin.




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2.4        LAWNBASIN

      A.   Materials and installation of Lawnbasin shall be per MMCD detail S12 – Lawn Drains.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1     MMCD Section 02226, Waterworks;
           .2     MMCD Section 02721, Storm Sewers;
           .3     MMCD Section 02723, Pipe Culverts;
           .4     MMCD Section 02725, Manholes and Catchbasins;
           .5     MMCD Section 02731, Sanitary Sewers;
           .6     All other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD; and,
           .7     City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.


END OF SECTION 02700




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SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2 & 3                        CONCRETE WORK

Section 02515                         Unit Paving                                                                    6
Section 03300                         Cast-in Place Concrete                                                         8
Section 02521                         Portland Cement Concrete Pavement                                              2
Section 02576                         Sealing Pavement Cracks for Maintenance Purposes                               1
Section 03100                         Concrete Forming                                                               3
Section 03200                         Concrete Reinforcement                                                         3
Section 02832                         Lock Block Retaining Wall                                                      2



The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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ITEM 8.01 THRU 8.02                  UNIT PAVING

This item is detailed in Section 02515 in the MMCD Standard Specifications

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary
           Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

1.2        SUMMARY

      A.   This Section includes the following:

           1.     Concrete pavers set in sand setting beds.
           2.     Steel edge restraints.
           3.     Cast-in-place concrete edge restraints.

      B.   Related Sections include the following:

           1.     Division 07 for waterproofing and protection board under plaza deck pavers.
           2.     Division 07 Section "Hot Fluid-Applied Rubberized Asphalt Waterproofing" for
                  waterproofing and protection board under plaza deck pavers.
           3.     Division 07 Section "Joint Sealants" for sealing control and expansion joints in unit pavers
                  with elastomeric sealants.
           4.     Division 09 Section "Stone Flooring" for dimension stone paving.
           5.     Division 02 Section "Earth Moving" for excavation and compacted subgrade.
           6.     Division 02 Section "Asphalt Paving" for asphalt base under unit pavers.
           7.     Division 02 Section "Concrete Paving" for concrete base under unit pavers and for cast-
                  in-place concrete curbs and gutters serving as edge restraint for unit pavers.

1.3        SUBMITTALS

      A.   Product Data: For materials other than water and aggregates.

      B.   Product Data: For the following:

           1.     Pavers.
           2.     Edge restraints.

      C.   Sieve Analyses: For aggregate setting-bed materials, according to ASTM C 136.

      D.   Samples for Initial Selection: For the following:

           1.     Each type of unit paver indicated.
           2.     Joint materials involving color selection.



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      E.   Samples for Verification:

           1.     Full-size units of each type of unit paver indicated. Assemble not less than five Samples
                  of each type of unit on suitable backing and grout joints.
           2.     Joint materials.
           3.     Exposed edge restraints.

1.4        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      A.   Source Limitations: Obtain each type of unit paver, joint material, and setting material from one
           source with resources to provide materials and products of consistent quality in appearance and
           physical properties.

      B.   Mockups: Build mockups to verify selections made under sample submittals and to
           demonstrate aesthetic effects and set quality standards for materials and execution.

           1.     Approved mockups may become part of the completed Work if undisturbed at time of
                  Substantial Completion.

           2.     If installation will be completed by machine, demonstrate techniques for machine-laid
                  application including edge conditions and hand-laid infilling at edges.

      C.   Preinstallation Conference: Conduct conference at Project site to comply with requirements in
           Division 01 Section "Project Management and Coordination."

1.5        DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

      A.   Store pavers on elevated platforms in a dry location. If units are not stored in an enclosed
           location, cover tops and sides of stacks with waterproof sheeting, securely tied.

      B.   Store cementitious materials on elevated platforms, under cover, and in a dry location. Do not
           use cementitious materials that have become damp.

      C.   Store aggregates where grading and other required characteristics can be maintained and
           contamination avoided.

1.6        PROJECT CONDITIONS

      A.   Cold-Weather Protection: Do not use frozen materials or materials mixed or coated with ice or
           frost. Do not build on frozen subgrade or setting beds. Remove and replace unit paver work
           damaged by frost or freezing.

1.7        MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

   A.      Measurement and payment for this item will be by the square meter of unit pavers supplied and
           installed.
   B.      Tender unit price to include excavation and site grading associated with the work, sub base and
           base preparation, supply and placement, filling, edging, compacting and any other requirement
           of the manufacturer’s specifications.

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   C.      Payment for unit paving includes edge restraints, granular laying course and various unit pavers
           to provide the patters given in the Contract Drawings and, shall be full compensation for all la-
           bour, materials, and equipment necessary to complete the work as specified.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        CONCRETE PAVERS

      A.   Type A Concrete Pavers: Solid paving units, made from normal-weight concrete with a
           compressive strength not less than 6000 psi, water absorption not more than 5 percent
           according to ASTM C 140, and no breakage and not more than 1 percent mass loss when
           tested for freeze-thaw resistance according to ASTM C 67.

           1.     Basis-of-Design Product: The design for concrete pavers is based on Abbotsford
                  Concrete Products unit pavers, www.pavingstones.com. Subject to compliance with
                  requirements, provide the named product or a comparable product by one of the
                  following:

                  a.     Mutual Materials, www.mutualmaterials.com.
                  b.     Or approved equal.

           2.     Thickness: 60mm, 80mm in street between curbs, refer to plan.
           3.     Face Size and Shape: 225 x 112.5mm (8-7/8 x 4-7/16 inches).
           4.     Color and Finish: Natural, shotblast finish.
           5.     Pattern: Stacked bond.

      B.   Type B Concrete Pavers: Solid paving units, made from normal-weight concrete with a
           compressive strength not less than 6000 psi, water absorption not more than 5 percent
           according to ASTM C 140, and no breakage and not more than 1 percent mass loss when
           tested for freeze-thaw resistance according to ASTM C 67.

           1.     Basis-of-Design Product: The design for concrete pavers is based on Abbotsford
                  Concrete Products unit pavers, www.pavingstones.com. Subject to compliance with
                  requirements, provide the named product or a comparable product by one of the
                  following:

                  a.     Mutual Materials, www.mutualmaterials.com.
                  b.     Or approved equal.

           2.     Thickness: 60mm, 80mm in street between curbs, refer to plan.
           3.     Face Size and Shape: 225 x 225mm (8-7/8 x 8-7/8 inches).
           4.     Color and Finish: Charcoal, shotblast finish.
           5.     Pattern: Stacked bond.

2.2        ACCESSORIES

      A.   Job-Built Concrete Edge Restraints: Comply with requirements in Division 03 Section "Cast-in-
           Place Concrete" for normal-weight, air-entrained, ready-mixed concrete with minimum 28-day
           compressive strength of 3000 psi.

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      B.   Compressible Foam Filler: Preformed strips complying with ASTM D 1056, Grade 2A1.

2.3        AGGREGATE SETTING-BED MATERIALS

      A.   Sand for Leveling Course: Sound, sharp, washed, natural sand or crushed stone complying
           with gradation requirements in ASTM C 33 for fine aggregate.

      B.   Sand for Joints: Fine, sharp, washed, natural sand or crushed stone with 100 percent passing
           No. 16 sieve and no more than 10 percent passing No. 200 sieve.

           1.     Provide sand of color to generally match paving colors, light to dark gray.

      C.   Graded Aggregate for Subbase: 19mm minus crushed gravel to ASTM D 2940, subbase
           material.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        EXAMINATION

      A.   Examine areas indicated to receive paving, with Installer present, for compliance with
           requirements for installation tolerances and other conditions affecting performance.

           1.     Proceed with installation only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.
           2.     Where pavers are to be installed over waterproofing, examine waterproofing installation,
                  with waterproofing Installer present, for protection from paving operations. Examine
                  areas where waterproofing system is turned up or flashed against vertical surfaces and
                  horizontal waterproofing. Proceed with installation only after protection is in place.

3.2        PREPARATION

      A.   Remove substances from concrete substrates that could impair mortar bond, including curing
           and sealing compounds, form oil, and laitance.

      B.   Clean concrete substrates to remove dirt, dust, debris, and loose particles.

      C.   Proof-roll prepared subgrade according to requirements in Division 31 Section "Earth Moving" to
           identify soft pockets and areas of excess yielding. Proceed with unit paver installation only after
           deficient subgrades have been corrected and are ready to receive base course for unit pavers.

3.3        INSTALLATION, GENERAL

      A.   Do not use unit pavers with chips, cracks, voids, discolorations, and other defects that might be
           visible in finished work.

      B.   If pavers are installed by hand, mix pavers from several pallets or cubes, as they are placed, to
           produce uniform blend of colors and textures.




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      C.   Cut unit pavers with motor-driven masonry saw equipment to provide clean, sharp, unchipped
           edges. Cut units to provide pattern indicated and to fit adjoining work neatly. Use full units
           without cutting where possible. Hammer cutting is not acceptable.

      D.   Joint Pattern: stacked and running bond patterns with color variations as drawn.

      E.   Tolerances: Do not exceed 1/32-inch unit-to-unit offset from flush (lippage) or 1/8 inch in 10 feet
           from level, or indicated slope, for finished surface of paving.

      F.   Expansion and Control Joints: Provide joint filler at locations and of widths indicated. Install
           joint filler before setting pavers. Make top of joint filler flush with top of pavers.

      G.   Provide edge restraints as indicated. Install edge restraints before placing unit pavers.

           1.     Install edge restraints to comply with manufacturer's written instructions. Install stakes at
                  intervals required to hold edge restraints in place during and after unit paver installation.
           2.     For metal edge restraints with top edge exposed, drive stakes at least 1 inch below top
                  edge.
           3.     Install job-built concrete edge restraints to comply with requirements in Division 03
                  Section "Cast-in-Place Concrete."
           4.     Where pavers set in mortar bed are indicated as edge restraints for pavers set in
                  aggregate setting bed, install pavers set in mortar and allow mortar to cure before placing
                  aggregate setting bed and remainder of pavers. Cut off mortar bed at a steep angle so it
                  will not interfere with aggregate setting bed.

3.4        AGGREGATE SETTING-BED APPLICATIONS

      A.   Compact soil subgrade uniformly to at least 95 percent of ASTM D 698 laboratory density.

      B.   Proof-roll prepared subgrade to identify soft pockets and areas of excess yielding. Excavate
           soft spots, unsatisfactory soils, and areas of excessive pumping or rutting, as determined by
           Architect, and replace with compacted backfill or fill as directed.

      C.   Place aggregate base over compacted subgrade. Provide compacted thickness indicated.
           Compact base to 100 percent of ASTM D 1557 maximum laboratory density and screed to
           depth required to allow setting of pavers.

      D.   Place leveling course and screed to a thickness of 1 to 1-1/2 inches, taking care that moisture
           content remains constant and density is loose and constant until pavers are set and compacted.

      E.   Treat leveling course with herbicide to inhibit growth of grass and weeds.

      F.   Set pavers with a minimum joint width of 1/16 inch and a maximum of 1/8 inch, being careful not
           to disturb leveling base. If pavers have spacer bars, place pavers hand tight against spacer
           bars. Use string lines to keep straight lines. Fill gaps between units that exceed 3/8 inch with
           pieces cut to fit from full-size unit pavers.

           1.     When installation is performed with mechanical equipment, use only unit pavers with
                  spacer bars on sides of each unit.

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      G.   Vibrate pavers into leveling course with a low-amplitude plate vibrator capable of a 3500- to
           5000-lbf compaction force at 80 to 90 Hz. Perform at least three passes across paving with
           vibrator. Vibrate under the following conditions:

           1.     After edge pavers are installed and there is a completed surface or before surface is
                  exposed to rain.
           2.     Before ending each day's work, fully compact installed concrete pavers to within 36
                  inches of the laying face. Cover pavers that have not been compacted, and leveling
                  course on which pavers have not been placed, with nonstaining plastic sheets to protect
                  them from rain.

      H.   Spread dry sand and fill joints immediately after vibrating pavers into leveling course. Vibrate
           pavers and add sand until joints are completely filled, then remove excess sand. Leave a slight
           surplus of sand on the surface for joint filling.

      I.   Do not allow traffic on installed pavers until sand has been vibrated into joints.

      J.   Repeat joint-filling process 30 days later.

3.5        REPAIRING, POINTING, AND CLEANING

      A.   Remove and replace unit pavers that are loose, chipped, broken, stained, or otherwise
           damaged or that do not match adjoining units. Provide new units to match adjoining units and
           install in same manner as original units, with same joint treatment and with no evidence of
           replacement.

      B.   Pointing: During tooling of joints, enlarge voids or holes and completely fill with grout. Point up
           joints at sealant joints to provide a neat, uniform appearance, properly prepared for sealant
           application.

      C.   Cleaning: Remove excess grout from exposed paver surfaces; wash and scrub clean.


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CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE
This item is detailed in section 03300 of the MMCD Standard Specifications

1.0      GENERAL

1.1      DESCRIPTION
         .1 Related Sections:
                 .5      Concrete Formwork                             Section 03100
                 .1      Concrete Reinforcement                        Section 03200
                 .3      Concrete Finishes                             Section 03350
                 .4      Precast Hollow Core Panels                    Section 03410


         .2       All codes and documents referred to in this Section are to be the current adopted edition.

1.2      REFERENCE STANDARDS

         .1       CAN/CSA A23.1, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction.

         .2       British Columbia Building Code 2007.

1.3      SUBMITTALS

         .1       Samples:
                  .1    Submit sample chips of specified colours indicating colour additive number and
                        required dosage rate.
                  .2    Submit (3) samples 610 x 610mm indicating concrete colour range, texture and
                        uniformity.

         .2       Mock Up:
                  .1    Provide slab mock up in an isolated, unexposed slab area for approval of finish
                        and colour. Accepted mock up may remain part of work.

1.4      INSPECTIONS AND TESTING

         .1       All required sampling, preparation of specimens and testing shall be performed by an
                  independent testing agency appointed by the Owner and approved by the Engineer of
                  Record (“Engineer” henceforth). The testing agency shall report immediately to the
                  Engineer when any procedure is contrary to the specifications and good practice.

         .2       Testing costs will be paid by the Owner. The testing agency shall submit all invoices for
                  services rendered to the Engineer for approval.

         .3       Cost of supplying materials for samples shall be borne by the Contractor. Contractor to
                  inform Testing Agency with sufficient notice prior to concrete pour, and cooperate with
                  same in obtaining required samples.




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         .4       The testing agency will perform the following:
                  .1      Review mix designs for conformance with specifications, providing written report
                          to Engineer.
                  .2      Test cement and aggregates for conformance with the material requirements of
                          the specification.
                  .3      Supply cylinder moulds, sample the concrete, make and cure test cylinders and
                          perform compressive strength tests in accordance with CSA A23.2.
                  .4      Make slump tests and air content tests in accordance with CSA A23.2 for each
                          concrete test.
                  .5      Take three (3) test cylinders for each 50 cu.m. or fraction thereof and for each
                          class of concrete placed in any one day, except that in no case shall a class of
                          concrete be represented by less than three (3) tests.
                  .6      All cylinders shall be made from concrete taken from the forms.
                  .7      The Engineer may at his discretion reduce or eliminate the test cylinders to be
                          taken for minor pours or pours not of structural significance.
                  .8      A compression strength of one cylinder of each set shall be performed at the test
                          specimen age of seven (7) days.
                  .9      Compression strength test of the remaining two cylinders of each group shall be
                          performed at the test specimen age of twenty-eight (28) days.
                  .10     One 28-day strength test shall mean the average compressive strength of two (2)
                          companion test specimens.
                  .11     Test results shall meet "Concrete Test Strength Requirements" of the B.C.
                          Building Code.
                  .12     Certified copies of the test reports shall be forwarded to the Engineer, Contractor
                          and Concrete Producer.

         .5       Should any test indicate concrete below strength, the Engineer shall have the right to
                  stop work on the suspect area until subsequent tests are made. The Contractor shall
                  bear the cost of such required tests. Should all tests indicate below strength concrete, the
                  Contractor shall remove this portion of the work at the Engineer's request. The removal
                  and replacement of this work will be at the Contractor's expense.

         .6       Contractor shall supply proposed mix designs to Testing Agency and obtain approval
                  from Engineer minimum 14 days prior to first concrete pour.

1.5      PROTECTION

         .1       Cold Weather Requirements: Shall be in accordance with CSA A23.1.

         .2       Hot Weather Requirements:      Shall be in accordance with CSA A23.1.

1.6      MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

         .1       Payment for all work performed in this Section will include the supply and placing of
                  necessary concrete as specifically listed in the Schedule of Quantities and Prices and
                  specified hereunder.




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2.0      PRODUCTS

2.1      MATERIALS

         .1       Cement: Type 10, Normal Portland, shall conform CSA CAN3-A5.

         .2       Aggregates: Fine and coarse, shall conform to CSA A23.1.

         .3       Water: Mixing water for concrete shall be clean and free from injurious amounts of oils,
                  acids, alkali, organic matter, or other deleterious substances.

         .4       Air Entraining Admixtures: Shall conform to the requirements of the latest issue of ASTM
                  C260, such as:
                  .1      "N.V.R." by Sternson Ltd.
                  .2      "DAREX AEA" by Grace Construction Materials.
                  .3      "MB-VR" by Masters Builders.

         .5       Curing Compounds: to CSA A23.1 white Type 1 - chlorinated rubber, suitable for interior
                  use and compatible with floor finish adhesives.

         .6       Integral Concrete Colour Additive: Color additives shall contain pure, concentrated
                  mineral pigments specially processed for mixing into concrete and complying with ASTM
                  C979-82. Colour additives containing carbon black are not acceptable. Approved
                  Product:
                  .1       Davis Colors, colour to be selected by Consultant.

         .7       Form Coatings: Non-staining form coatings such as "NOX-CRETE" by Grace
                  Construction Materials or other pre-approved.

         .8       Isolation Joint Filler: 12 mm thick asphalt impregnated rigid board of cane fibre such as:
                  .1       "FLEXCELL" by Sternson Ltd.
                  .2       "GIVENTAKE" by Spicers.
                  .3       "KORK-PAK" by Grace Construction Materials.

         .9       Water Stops:
                  .1     Size: 6" x 3/8".
                  .2     Type: DURAJOINT TYPE '5' or other pre-approved.
                  .3     Material: P.V.C. shall be as shown on drawings.

         .10      Under slab damp proof membrane/vapour barrier: 6 mil thick polyethylene film.

         .11      Joint Sealant: Shall be self-levelling two (2) part polyurethane type, conforming to CGSB
                  19.24 Type 1, or Federal Specification TT-S-00227E, Type II, Class A. Approved Type:
                  Iso-Flex 880 GB (Self-Levelling) Sealant as manufactured by Harry S. Peterson Co. Inc.,
                  Sternson RC2-SL, Vulkem 245, or other pre-approved sealant. Colour as selected by the
                  Architect from standard range. Primers and bond breakers as required to install the
                  perimeter joint sealant system shall be provided in strict accordance with sealant
                  manufacturer's recommendations.




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         .12      Sonotube Form: Are to be non-spiral, smooth pvc liner with no visible seams.

2.2      MIXES

         .1       Proportions: As recommended in CSA A23.1; to be a guide for the water cement ratio to
                  give durable concrete. Minimum cement content for concrete exposed to view to be 300
                  kg per cubic metre, unless otherwise specified.

         .2       Strengths, Slumps, Sizes of Aggregates: See Structural drawings.

         .3       Admixtures:
                  .1     Specified air entraining agent shall be added to all concrete exposed to weather.
                         The amount of air entrainment to be 6% + 1%, unless noted otherwise on
                         structural drawings or approved by the Engineer.
                  .2     Obtain Engineer’s approval before using chemical admixtures other than those
                         specified. Chloride admixtures not permitted without the Engineer's approval.

         .4       Consistency: Concrete materials shall be proportioned to provide a workable mix that can
                  be handled, placed and worked into angles and corners of forms and around reinforcing
                  steel and inserts. The mix proportions shall not be such that the concrete will easily
                  segregate or cause excessive water to collect on the surface.

3.0      EXECUTION

3.1      GENERAL

         .1       All concrete shall be "controlled concrete" according to CSA A23.1 and as defined by
                  B.C. Building Code.

3.2      OPENINGS AND INSERTS

         .1       Provide and cast-in all sleeves, frameouts, inserts and fastening devices shown on the
                  drawings, except as otherwise specified. This includes but is not limited to OWSJ
                  support, Precast Hollow Core Panel support, sunshade/trellis support and structural stair
                  support. Sleeves, openings, etc., greater than 300 mm x 300 mm not indicated on
                  structural drawings must be approved by the Engineer.

         .2       Anchor bolts and other anchoring devices for beams, columns and wall panels shall be
                  supplied by the respective trade and installed under this section in accordance with the
                  trade-approved shop drawings.

         .3       Sleeves, inserts and fastening devices required by other trades, but not shown on the
                  drawings shall be supplied by the respective trade and installed under this section. The
                  installation shall be checked and verified by the respective trade.

         .4       Openings and driven fasteners required in the concrete work after the concrete is placed
                  shall be approved by the Engineer.




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         .5       Notify other trades sufficiently in advance to ensure that provision is made for openings,
                  inserts and attachments.

         .6       Paint exposed threads of anchor bolts with a mixture of molybdenum disulfide in oil
                  before nuts are installed.

         .7       Do not eliminate or displace reinforcement to accommodate hardware. If inserts cannot
                  be located as indicated, obtain approval of all modifications from the Engineer before
                  placing concrete.

         .8       Check locations and sizes of sleeves, openings, etc., shown on structural drawings with
                  architectural, mechanical and electrical drawings.

3.3      ELEVATOR PIT

         .1       Coordinate forming and finish of concrete elevator pit with manufacturer. Pit floor beneath
                  cylinders and buffer to be flat and level within 3mm full width of hoistway.

3.4      RECESS SLAB - CERAMIC TILE

         .1       Recess concrete slab at the ground floor level where ceramic tile is specified to achieve a
                  level finish surface with adjacent finishes. Allow for thickset mortar bed min. depth 32mm
                  sloped to drain + depth of tile.

3.5      CONCRETE SUPPLY

         .1       Submit a copy of the proposed concrete mixes, approved by the Testing Agency for
                  review by the Engineer before any concrete is delivered to the site.

         .2       Transportation shall be done in such a fashion that no segregation occurs.

         .3       Concrete which has commenced to stiffen shall not be used nor shall it be re-tempered
                  with additional water or cement for use.

3.6      MIXING AND DELIVERY

         .1       Concrete shall be mixed in a mechanical batch mixer of a type approved by the Engineer
                  and meeting requirements of CSA A23.1.

         .2       Mixing time shall conform to CSA A23.1. Mixers shall be rotated at the rate
                  recommended by the manufacturer of the equipment.

         .3       Concrete from the mechanical batch mixer shall be transported to the project site in
                  agitating or non-agitating equipment conforming to CSA A23.1.

         .4       Ready-mixed or transit-mixed concrete shall be batched, mixed and transported in
                  accordance with CSA A23.1.




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3.7      CONVEYING

         .1       Concrete shall be conveyed from the mixer to the place of final deposit by methods that
                  will prevent separation or loss of materials.

         .2       Equipment for chuting, pumping and pneumatically conveying concrete shall be of such
                  size and design as to ensure a practically continuous flow of concrete at the delivery end
                  without separation of materials.

         .3       Conveying of concrete shall be in accordance with CSA A23.1.

3.8      PLACING

         .1 Preparation:

                  .1       Notify the Engineer and the independent testing agency at least 48 hours prior to
                           any concrete operation. No concrete shall be delivered to the project unless
                           permission to pour has been obtained from the Engineer.

                  .2       All excavations for footings and all forms shall be pumped clear of water before
                           placing concrete therein.

                  .3       Formwork shall have been completed, reinforcement shall have been secured in
                           place; expansion joint material, anchors, and other embedded items shall have
                           been positioned; and the entire preparation reviewed by the Engineer, or the
                           Engineers agent prior to placing concrete.

                  .4       Formwork shall have been thoroughly washed and shall be clean and free of all
                           dirt and debris. Formwork to be wetted down to eliminate suction as far as
                           practicable and wash water to be drained away.

                  .5       Under slab dampproof membrane/vapour barrier: Install membrane over
                           prepared granular base to entire areas of slabs-on-grade. Lap membrane
                           minimum 150 mm at joints and seal using tape or sealant, to produce continuous
                           installation. Seal punctures in membrane before placing concrete. Use patching
                           material at least 150 mm larger than puncture and seal using tape or sealant.

         .2 Depositing:
               .1       Concrete shall be deposited in the forms as close as is practicable to its final
                        position to avoid segregation due to rehandling of flow and in approximately
                        horizontal lifts to maintain a level surface.

                  .2       To prevent segregation, the vertical height of free fall of concrete shall not
                           exceed 1500mm.

                  .3       When placing has started, it shall be carried on as a continuous operation until
                           placement of the panel or section is completed. The top surface shall be kept
                           level throughout the pour.




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                  .4       While concrete is being placed, it shall be consolidated thoroughly and uniformly
                           by means of vibrators or finishing machines to secure a dense, homogeneous
                           structure, close bond with reinforcing and smooth formed surfaces.

                  .5       Vibrator to be the internal type having a minimum frequency of 7,000 revolutions
                           per minutes. A spare vibrator shall be on hand during all concrete placing.
                           Extreme care shall be taken to ensure that internal type vibrators do not disturb
                           the reinforcing steel or the forms.

                  .6       Ensure reinforcement and inserts are not disturbed during concrete placement.

3.9      FINISHING - UNFORMED SURFACES

         .1       Finishing shall conform to CSA A23.1 as specified under Section 03350 - Concrete
                  Finishes.
         .2       Unless noted otherwise, floor finishes shall have gaps less than or equal to 8mm under a
                  3000 straight edge.

3.10     FINISHES - FORMED SURFACES

         .1       All formed surfaces shall be treated in accordance with CSA A23.1 as specified under
                  Section 03350 Concrete Finishes.

         .2       All round columns exposed to view to be formed with sonotubes (see Section 2.1.11).

3.11     CURING

         .1       Concrete shall be cured in accordance with CSA A23.1.

         .2       Slabs shall be cured using curing compound as specified. Coverage rate and method of
                  application shall be in accordance with Manufacturer's printed specifications.

         .3       Freshly placed concrete shall be protected from the effects of direct sunshine, drying
                  winds, cold, excessive heat and running water, by the use of adequate tarpaulins or other
                  suitable material to cover completely or enclose all freshly finished surfaces, until the end
                  of the curing period.

3.12     CONSTRUCTION JOINTS

         .1       The location and detail of all construction joints not detailed on the Structural drawings
                  shall be approved by the Engineer.

         .2       Construction joints shall conform to CSA A23.1.

         .3       In beams and slabs, construction joint locations shall be approved by the Engineer prior
                  to their installation. Proper key and dowels or extensions of reinforcing shall be provided
                  at all construction joints.




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3.13     JOINT FILLERS AND SEALERS

         .1       Provide joint fillers and sealers at interior slabs on grade at junctions with vertical
                  surfaces and at exterior concrete paving at the location and to the details shown on the
                  drawings.

         .2       Particular care shall be taken to construct clean joints free from any foreign material
                  which will impair the proper function of the joint.

         .3       Joint filler material shall be anchored to the previously poured concrete surface.

         .4       Unless shown otherwise, joint filler shall extend for the full depth of the joint and shall
                  terminate 12mm below the top of the joint. The 12mm space shall be filled with joint
                  sealer specified.

3.14     CLEAN UP

         .1       Remove debris and excess material in accordance with the Waste Management Plan.

                                                                                     END OF SECTION 03300




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                          SECTION 02521
Coquitlam, BC                                 PORTLAND CEMENT                                        PAGE 1 of 2
Contract No. 62354                           CONCRETE PAVEMENT                              Print date: 6/12/2009
Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg - 08018                                                        Delcan – EB3683-1




PART 1 - GENERAL


1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02521 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the construction of
           Portland cement concrete pavements. This section must be referenced to and interpreted
           simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to cement
           concrete paving shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02521, all other
           pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam Supplementary
           Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02521 – Portland Cement Concrete Pavement for specifications for
           approved materials.


PART 3 - EXECUTION


3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02521 – Portland Cement Concrete Pavement for specifications related
           to work performed under this Section.

3.2        CONCRETE FINISHING

      A.   General: Wetting of concrete surfaces during screeding, initial floating, or finishing operations is
           prohibited.




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   B.     Float Finish: Begin the second floating operation when bleed-water sheen has disappeared and
          the concrete surface has stiffened sufficiently to permit operations. Float surface with power-
          driven floats, or by hand floating if area is small or inaccessible to power units. Finish surfaces
          to true planes. Cut down high spots, and fill low spots. Refloat surface immediately to uniform
          granular texture.

             .1 Medium Sandblast finish: Use abrasive grit, equipment, application techniques, and
                cleaning procedures to expose aggregate and surrounding matrix surfaces.     Apply
                ‘medium’ sandblasting providing medium exposure of coarse aggregate as demonstrated
                on samples approved by the architect, in a uniform and consistent texture.


                                                                                  END OF SECTION 02521




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                           SECTION 02576
Coquitlam, BC                             SEALING PAVEMENT CRACKS                                          PAGE 1
Contract No. 62354                       FOR MAINTENANCE PURPOSES                            Print date: 6/12/2009
Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg - 08018                                                         Delcan – EB3683-1




PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02576 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the construction of
           concrete joint sealants. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with
           all other sections pertinent to the works described herein.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to concrete joint
           sealants shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02521, all other pertinent and
           referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
           .1    MMCD Section 02521, Portland Cement Concrete Pavement; and
           .2     MMCD Section 02576, Sealing Pavement Cracks for Maintenance Purposes.


PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1     MMCD Section 02521, Portland Cement Concrete Pavement; and
           .2     MMCD Section 02576, Sealing Pavement Cracks for Maintenance Purposes.

                                                                                    END OF SECTION 02576




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                            SECTION 03100
Coquitlam, BC                                  CONCRETE FORMING                                        PAGE 1 of 3
Contract No. 62354                                                                            Print date: 6/12/2009
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1.0      GENERAL

1.1      DESCRIPTION

         .1 Related Sections:

                  .1       Concrete Reinforcement                        Section 03200
                  .2       Caste-in-place Concrete                       Section 03300
                  .3       Concrete Finishes                             Section 03350
                  .4       Structural Steel                              Section 05100

         All codes and documents referred to in this Section are to be the current adopted edition.

1.2      REFERENCE STANDARDS

         .1       CAN/CSA A23.1, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction.
         .2       British Columbia Building Code 2007.

1.3      INSPECTION AND TESTING

         .1       Immediately before concrete is placed, all forms shall be carefully inspected to ensure that
                  they are properly placed, sufficiently rigid and tight, thoroughly clean, properly treated and
                  free from snow, ice or other foreign materials.

         .2       Temporary openings shall be provided at the bottom of all deep units, such as columns and
                  walls, to facilitate cleaning and inspection. In restricted units they shall be located so that
                  water can be used to wash out debris. They shall be closed with patches flush on the inside.
                  Cleanouts shall be located bearing architectural considerations in mind.

         .3       Forms shall not have patches, broken edges, or joint widths greater than 1.5 mm, except for
                  cleanouts as noted above.

2.0      PRODUCTS

2.1      MATERIALS

         .1       Forms

                  .1       Type A Concrete: Concrete form materials for this type of concrete shall be as per
                           “Rough Form Finish”, CSA A23.1-00, Section 24.3.5.
                  .2       Type B Concrete: Concrete form materials for this type of concrete shall be as per
                           “Smooth Form Finish”, CSA A23.1-00, Section 24.3.6. Form work shall be high
                           density overlay plywood, 19mm Douglas Fir plywood with phenolic resin impregnated
                           cellulose fibre sheet bonded on face. Back and all edges sealed.
                  .3       Type C Architectural Concrete: Concrete form materials for this type of concrete shall
                           be as per “Formwork for Special Architectural Finishes”, CSA A23.1-00, Section
                           27.4. Form work shall be high density overlay plywood, 19mm Douglas Fir plywood
                           with phenolic resin impregnated cellulose fibre sheet bonded on face. Back and all
                           edges sealed. Seal joints between panels with closed cell PVC foam tape with
                           pressure sensitive adhesive on one side.
                  .4       Round Column Forms: Shall be lined with no horizontal joints, no vertical seams and
                           no diagonal lines apparent on stripped columns.



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                  .5       Form Release Agent: Chemically active release agents containing compounds that
                           react with free lime present in concrete to provide water insoluble soaps, preventing
                           concrete from sticking to forms. Form release agents and curing agents shall be
                           compatible with applied finishes where applicable. Do not use release agents
                           containing wax or oil in contact with concrete to receive applied coatings.
                           a)       Vegetable based: 100% biodegradable, zero-VOC, rapeseed or soy-based
                           b)       Water based: Biodegradable, maximum VOC content allowed: 55 grams/litre
                  .6       Form Ties: free of devices leaving holes larger than 25mm dia. in concrete surface;
                           a)       Type A and Type B Concrete: Ties shall generally be placed symmetrically
                                    about all sections with plywood sheets and from each wall section.
                           b)       Type C Concrete: Ties shall be placed in accordance with reviewed shop
                                    drawings and mock-up.
                           c)       Cone-Tie Hole Plugs: Pre-formed concrete tie hole plugs shall be inserted
                                    and sealed into cone tie holes in exposed architectural concrete areas within
                                    10mm recess to plug surface.
                  .7       All formwork shall conform with CSA A23.1.

2.2      DESIGN

         .1       Formwork design and inspection is solely the responsibility of the Contractor.

3.0      EXECUTION

3.1      PLACING

         .1       Erect and brace formwork plumb and true.

         .2       Forms shall be so constructed that the finished concrete will conform to the shapes, lines,
                  grade and dimensions indicated on the drawings. Particular care to be taken with all exposed
                  concrete.

         .3       Apply form coating in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations prior to placing of
                  reinforcing steel. Remove any excess form coating.

         .4       Install all inserts including anchors, ties, bolts, nailers, form for holes and such like as
                  required by work of this or other trades.

         .5       Untreated forms shall be kept wetted down to prevent shrinkage prior to the placing of the
                  concrete and shall be surface wetted at the time of placing.

         .6       Where concrete is to be exposed, forms shall be laid so that joints are kept to a minimum and
                  located in an orderly and symmetrical arrangement where possible.

         .7       Strength and rigidity of forms shall be such that they will not deflect or leak mortar.

         .8       Forms for exposed exterior concrete shall not be reused if there is any evidence of surface
                  wear and tear which will impair the quality of the concrete. Forms shall be thoroughly
                  cleaned and re-lubricated with approved form oils before reuse.

         .9       Removal of form ties shall be done carefully to avoid marking concrete and to allow for
                  patching. Grout bottom of form tie hole to prevent rust staining.




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         .10      At times of placing, all formwork shall have been thoroughly washed and shall be clean and
                  free of all dirt and debris. Formwork shall be wetted down to eliminate suction as far as
                  practicable and wash water shall be drained away.

3.2      CLEAN UP

         .1       Remove debris and excess material in accordance with the Waste Management Plan.

                                                                                 END OF SECTION 03100




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                          SECTION 03200
Coquitlam, BC                             CONCRETE REINFORCEMENT                                     PAGE 1 of 3
Contract No. 62354                                                                          Print date: 6/12/2009
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1.0      GENERAL

1.1      DESCRIPTION

         .1 Related Work Specified Elsewhere:
                 .1      Concrete Formwork                         Section 03100
                 .2      Caste-in-place Concrete                   Section 03300
                 .3      Concrete Finishes                         Section 03350
                 .4      Structural Steel                          Section 05100
         All codes and documents referred to in this Section are to be the current adopted edition. .

1.2      REFERENCE STANDARDS

         .1       CAN/CSA A23.1, Concrete Materials and Methods of Concrete Construction.
         .2       British Columbia Building Code 2007.
         .3       CAN/CSA G30.18, Billet-Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement.
         .4       Provide weldable reinforcement to CAN/CSA G30.18 and perform welding to CSA W186.
         .5       CAN/CSA G30.5.

1.3      INSPECTION AND TESTING

         .1       Placing and reinforcement shall be reviewed by the Engineer of Record (“Engineer”
                  henceforth) or the Engineers agent prior to any concrete being placed in the section to be
                  poured.

         .2       All steel required for the section shall be placed, before the Engineer shall give permission
                  will be given to place concrete.

         .3       Furnish mill certificates of physical and chemical analysis in accordance with CSA G30.18, if
                  requested.

1.4      SUBMITTALS

         .1       Shop Drawings:
                  .1     Prepare and check reinforcing steel and mesh placing drawings and bar bending and
                         cutting schedules for all steel reinforcing for structural concrete. All drawings and
                         schedules shall be prepared and checked by competent personnel experienced with
                         this type of work.
                  .2     Structural drawings take precedence over placement drawings and bar schedules
                         unless otherwise instructed in writing by the Engineer.


1.5      DELIVERY AND STORAGE

         .1       Reinforcing steel, welded wire fabric and accessories shall be delivered, handled and stored
                  in a manner which prevents contamination from bond-reducing foreign matter and damage to
                  its fabricated form.
         .2       Ship bundles of bar reinforcement, identified clearly in accordance with bar list.




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1.6      CLEANING

         .1       Before being placed, all reinforcement shall be clean from loose, scaly rust, dirt, oil, paint or
                  other coatings that may be detrimental. A slight film of red rust will not be considered
                  objectionable.

2.0      PRODUCTS

2.1      MATERIALS

         .1       All reinforcing steel, unless otherwise noted, shall be deformed bars of Grade 400 new billet
                  steel conforming to the current CSA G30.18.

         .2       Welded wire fabric shall conform to CSA G30.5, sizes and gauges as shown on the drawings.

         .3       Provide all accessories such as stirrups, hanger bars, spirals, wire ties, chairs, spacers,
                  supports and other devices required to install and secure the reinforcing properly, to CSA
                  A23.1.

2.2      FABRICATION

         .1       All reinforcing bars shall be bent cold. Reinforcing bars shall not be straightened or re-bent.

         .2       Location of reinforcement splices not shown on the drawings shall be approved by the
                  Engineer and shall, for beams and slabs, be away from points of maximum stress in the steel.
                  Splices shall provide sufficient lap to transfer the stress between bars by bond and shear in
                  accordance with CSA A23.3.

         .3       All welded wire fabric of 5.9mm diameter and larger bar sizes shall be provided in flat sheet
                  unless otherwise authorized by the Engineer.

3.0      EXECUTION

3.1      PLACING

         .1       Reinforcement of the size and shapes shown on the drawings shall be accurately placed in
                  accordance with the Placement Drawings, Structural Drawings, requirements of the B.C.
                  Building Code, CSA A23.1 and CSA A23.3.

         .2       Clear distance between bars, except for columns, shall be not less than the nominal diameter
                  of the bar, or 25mm or one and one third (1-1/3) times the maximum size of the coarse
                  aggregate. Bars placed in two or more layers shall have a minimum clear distance between
                  the layers of not less than 25mm and shall be placed directly above and below each other.

         .3       Clear distance between bars in columns shall be not less than one and one half the nominal
                  diameter of the bars or 38mm or one and one half (1-1/2) times the maximum size of the
                  coarse aggregate.




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         .4       Reinforcing steel shall, where not otherwise shown on the Structural drawings, be protected
                  by the clear cover of concrete over the reinforcements as follows:
                  .1       Where concrete is deposited against the ground without the use of forms, not less
                           than 75mm.
                  .2       Where concrete is placed against forms to be exposed to weather, or be in contact
                           with the ground, not less than 50mm for bars larger than 15M and not less than
                           38mm for bars 15M and smaller.
                  .3       In slabs and walls not exposed to the ground or weather, not less than 25mm.
                  .4       In beams, girders and columns not exposed to the ground or weather, not less than
                           38mm.
                  .5       The foregoing clear covers shall be maintained within + 6mm.
                  .6       Reinforcement shall be adequately supported by metal chairs, spacers or hangers
                           and secured against displacement within the tolerance permitted, and in accordance
                           with CSA A23.1 and CSA A23.3.
                  .7       For concrete exposed to view, all chairs and items in contact with the exposed
                           surface shall be to the Engineers approval.

3.2      FIELD BENDING

         .1       Do not field bend reinforcement except where indicated or authorized by the Engineer.

         .2       When field bending is authorized, bend without heat, applying slow, steady pressure as
                  instructed.

         .3       Replace bars which develop cracks or splits.

3.3      CLEAN UP

         .1       Remove debris and excess material in accordance with the Waste Management Plan.

                                                                                  END OF SECTION 03200




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                         SECTION 02832
Coquitlam, BC                           LOCK BLOCK RETAINING WALL                                   PAGE 1 of 2
Contract No. 62354                                                                         Print date: 6/12/2009
Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg - 08018                                                       Delcan – EB3683-1


ITEM 8.25                           LOCK BLOCK RETAINING WALL

This item is detailed in Section 02832 of the MMCD Standard Specifications.

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02832 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and installation
           of retaining wall system. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously
           with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall also refer to
           installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
           trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02223, all
           other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
           Supplementary Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.
   F.      Measurement and Payment
           .1    The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and opera-
                 tions associated with installing the lock blocks as per the Contract Drawings and Details.
           .2    Measurement and payment for the lock block retaining wall will be by the linear meter
                 made along the centerline of the wall.
           .3    Payment for over-excavation including backfilling will only be made for over-excavation
                 authorized by Contract Administrator.
           .4    All costs incurred as a result of unauthorized excavation beyond neat lines or limits of ex-
                 cavation shown on Contract Drawings including remedial backfilling will be to Contrac-
                 tor’s cost.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Lock Block Retaining Wall
           .1       Size: 750mm x 750mm x 1500mm
           .2       Weight: 1960 kg



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           .3       Clearances: 12mm, the chamfered corners provided approximately 8 square inches of
                    drainage area per block
           Lock block retaining wall as available from United Lock-Block Ltd.


PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1       Manufacture installation specifications including side slope requirements; and
           .2       MMCD Section 03300 – Precast and Cast-In-Place Concrete.



                                                                                    END OF SECTION 02832




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Spirit Square
Coquitlam, BC                                           ASPHALT WORK                                                  DIVISION 2
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SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2                            ASPHALT WORK
Section 02512                         Asphalt Concrete Pavement                                                      6
Section 02512                         Hot-Mix Asphalt Concrete Paving                                                1
Section 02580                         Pavement Markings                                                              3



The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                     SECTION 02512
Coquitlam, BC                                           ASPHALT WORK                                                 DIVISION 2
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                                       ASPHALT CONCRETE PAVEMENT

         This item is detailed in Section 02512 of the Standard Specifications.

PART 1.0 - GENERAL

1.1       Requirements Included
         .1      The Contractor shall furnish all plant, labour, materials, equipment plant and operations
                 necessary to supply and install the asphalt concrete pavement as shown on the Contract
                 Drawing and as specified herein. The tender unit price shall include supply and place, in a
                 single lift asphalt concrete, (maximum aggregate sizes as specified), on a prepared granular
                 base and all other work incidental thereto, as defined in the Standard Specifications.

1.2      Related Work
         .1      Environmental Protection and Sediment Control                                 Section 01561
         .2      Site Grading                                                                  Section 02210
         .3      Aggregates and Granular Materials                                             Section 02226
         .4      Granular Base                                                                 Section 02233
         .5      Asphalt Prime                                                                 Section 02546
         .6      Asphalt Tack Coat                                                             Section 02547
         .7      Concrete Walks, Curbs and Gutters                                             Section 02523

1.3      Qualifications
         .1     This work must be done by an experienced contractor or subcontractor with a minimum of
                five years of previous asphalt paving, familiar with proper preparation and paving
                procedures. The work shall be performed under the supervision of a qualified foreman.

1.4      Documents
         .1    This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
               interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.5      References
         .1     American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
                .1      ASTM C 88- 90, Test Method for Soundness of Aggregates by Use of Sodium Sulphate
                        or Magnesium Sulphate.
                .2      ASTM C 127- 88(1993), Test Method for Specific Gravity and Absorption of Coarse
                        Aggregate.
                .3      ASTM C 128- 93, Test Method for Specific Gravity and Absorption of Fine Aggregate.
                .4      ASTM C 131- 89, Test Method for Resistance to Degradation of Small-Size Coarse
                        Aggregate by Abrasion and Impact in the Los Angeles Machine.
                .5      ASTM D 995- 95b, Specification for Mixing Plants for Hot-Mixed, Hot-Laid Bituminous
                        Paving Mixtures.
                .6      ASTM D 1559- 89, Test Method for Resistance to Plastic Flow of Bituminous Mixtures
                        Using Marshall Apparatus.
                .7      ASTM D 2419- 95, Test Method for Sand Equivalent Value of Soils and Fine Aggregate.
                .8      ASTM D 3203- 94, Test Method for Percent Air Voids in Compacted Dense and Open
                        Bituminous Paving Mixtures.
                .9      ASTM D 4791- 95, Test Method for Flat or Elongated Particles in Coarse Aggregate.
         .2     Asphalt Institute (AI).
                .1      Asphalt Institute MS-2- 1993 Sixth Edition, Mix Design Method for Asphalt Concrete.

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          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
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Coquitlam, BC                                           ASPHALT WORK                                                 DIVISION 2
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1.6      Product Data
         .1      Submit asphalt concrete mix design to Contract Administrator for review.
         .2      Materials to be tested by accredited testing laboratory
         .3      Submit test certificates showing suitability of materials at least 1 week prior to commencing
                 work.

1.7      Measurement and Payment
         .1    Payment for this item shall be by the square metres of the specified thickness asphalt surfacing
                placed, as measure on site and includes all construction joint preparation, supply and placing of
                the asphaltic concrete, compaction, adjusting and cleaning frames, covers and lids of-all
                castings affected and taped 'temporary pavement markings.
         .2    The unit price tendered for this item shall include all plant, labour, equipment and materials
               necessary to construct all asphaltic concrete surfacing as shown on the Contract Drawings and
               as directed by the Contract Administrator.
         .3    For measurement and payment purpose, Contract Administrator may order cores to be taken
               from finished 'paving to determine finished paving thickness. Three cores' will be taken from
               paving areas. Cores for each area will be averaged to determine overall thickness for that area.
               If average thickness, of cores indicates that pavement thickness varies from the thickness
               specified the Contract Administrator may do one of following:
               .1       if thickness is less than that specified, Contract Administrator may require an overlay to
                        be placed in deficient areas with' no additional payment for the overlay and any other
                        work necessary to place such overlay.
               .2       if thickness is greater, than specified, Contract Administrator may accept the work, if the
                        excess thickness is acceptable; and calculate the amount of excess paving and, for
                        payment purpose, reduce the quantity of asphaltic concrete paving, placed accordingly.'
         .4    Payment for asphaltic concrete sidewalks, driveways, in-fill strips and specified permanent
               patching includes all construction joint preparation supply and placing of the asphatic concrete
               compaction and adjusting and cleaning frames, covers and lids of all castings affected.
         .5    Measurement for asphaltic concrete sidewalks, driveways, in-fill strips and specified permanent
               patching will be made separately for each of specified thicknesses which may be checked by,
               Contract Administrator as given in paragraph 1.8.2 in this Section.
               .1       if thickness is less than that Specified, Contract Administrator may require an overlay to
                        be placed in deficient areas with no additional payment for the overlay and any other
                        work necessary to place such overlay.
               .2       if thickness is less, than specified, Contract Administrator may calculate amount of
                        asphaltic concrete deficiency and, for payment purpose, reduce the item amount in pro-
                        rata accordingly.
               .3       if thickness is greater than specified; Contract Administrator may accept the work, if the
                        excess thickness is acceptable; or may require the work to be removed and replaced
                        with appropriate thickness, all without additional payment.
         .6    No additional payment will be made for work described in this Section for surface restoration.


PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Materials
      .1      Asphalt concrete aggregates:
              .1      Coarse aggregate is aggregate retained on 4.75 mm sieve and fine aggregate is
                      aggregate passing 4.75mm sieve when tested to ASTM C 136.
              .2      When dryer drum plant or plant without hot screening is used, process fine aggregate
                      through 4.75 mm sieve and stockpile separately from coarse aggregate.

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                   .3       Separate stock piles for coarse and fine aggregate are not required for sheet asphalt.
                   .4       Do not use aggregates having known polishing characteristics in mixes for surface
                            courses.
                   .5       Aggregate: material to Section 02226 - Aggregates and Granular Materials and
                            following requirements:
                            .1      Crushed stone or gravel.
                            .2      Gradations to be within limits specified when tested to ASTM C 136 and ASTM
                                    C 117.

                            .3        Table
                                      Sieve Designation        % Passing
                                                               Lower                    Upper
                                                               Course #2                Course #2
                                      19.0 mm                  100                          -
                                      12.5                     84 – 99                  100
                                      9.5 mm                   63 – 88                  55 - 75
                                      4.75 mm                  50 – 68                  33 - 55
                                      2.00 mm                  30 – 50                  33 - 55
                                      0.425 mm                 15 – 30                  15 - 30
                                      0.180 mm                 5 – 20                   5 - 20
                                      0.075 mm                 3–8                      3-8
                           .4         Sand equivalent: to ASTM D 2419, Minimum 40.
                           .5         Magnesium Sulphate soundness: to ASTM C 88. Max % loss by weight: coarse
                                      aggregate 15, fine aggregate 18.
                           .6         Los Angeles Degradation: to ASTM C 131. Max % loss by weight: coarse
                                      aggregate, 35.
                           .7         Absorption: to ASTM C 127. Max % by weight: coarse aggregate, 1.75.
                           .8         Flat and elongated particles: to ASTM D 4791, (with length to thickness ratio
                                      greater than 5): Max % by weight: coarse aggregate, 10.
                           .9         Crushed particles: at least 60 % of particles by mass within each of following
                                      sieve designation ranges to have at least 2 freshly fractured face. Material to
                                      be divided into ranges using methods of ASTM C 136 and ASTM C117.
                                      Passing                                           Retained on
                                      25 mm                    to                       12.5 mm
                                      12.5 mm                  to                       4.75 mm
                           .10        Regardless of compliance with specified physical requirements, fine aggregates
                                      may be accepted or rejected on basis of past field performance.
         .2        Mineral filler for asphalt concrete:
                   .1      Finely ground particles of limestone, hydrated lime, Portland cement or other approved
                           non-plastic mineral matter, thoroughly dry and free from lumps.
                   .2      Add mineral filler when necessary to meet job mix aggregate gradation to improve mix
                           properties.
         .3        Asphalt cement: to CAN/CGSB-16.3, grade 80 – 100.
         .4        Asphalt tack coat: to CAN/CGSB-16.2, grade SS-1.

2.2      Mix Design
         .1     Job mix formula to be reviewed by Contract Administrator.
         .2     Design of mix: by Marshall method to requirements below:
                .1      Compaction blows on each face of test specimens: 75.




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                   .2       Mix physical requirements:
                            Property                                        Lower Course                 Upper Course

                             Marshall Stability at
                             60øC, kN minimum.                              6.4                          5.5

                             Flow Value, mm.                                2-4                          2-4

                             Air Voids in Mixture, %                        3-6                          3-5

                             Voids in Mineral Aggregate,
                             % Minimum                                      14                           15

                             Index of Retained Stability,
                             % Minimum                                      75                           75


         .3        Measure physical requirements as follows:
                   .1    Marshall load and flow value: to ASTM D 1559.
                   .2    Air voids: to ASTM D 3203.
                   .3    Voids in mineral aggregate: to Asphalt Institute, MS-2, chapter 4.
                   .4    Index of Retained Stability: measure in accordance with Marshall Immersion Test
                         (ASTM D1559).
                   .5    Do not change job-mix without prior approval of Contract Administrator. When change
                         in material source proposed, new job-mix formula will be provided to be approved to be
                         reviewed by Contract Administrator.


PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Plant and Mixing Requirements
      .1      To ASTM D 995.

3.2      Equipment
         .1    Pavers: mechanical grade controlled self-powered pavers capable of spreading mix within
                specified tolerances, true to line, grade and crown indicated on the drawings.
         .2    Rollers: sufficient number of rollers of type and weight to obtain specified density of compacted
                mix.
         .3    Vibratory rollers for parking lots and driveways:
               .1       Minimum drum diameter: 1200 mm.
               .2       Maximum amplitude of vibration (machine setting): 0.5 mm for lifts less than 40 mm
                        thick.
         .4    Haul trucks: of sufficient number and of adequate size, speed and condition to ensure orderly
                and continuous operation and as follows:
               .1       Boxes with tight metal bottoms.
               .2       Covers of sufficient size and weight to completely cover and protect asphalt mix when
                        truck fully loaded.
               .3       In cool weather or for long hauls, insulate entire contact area of each truck box.




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         .5        Pressure distributor for tack coat:
                   .1      Designed, equipped, maintained and operated so that asphalt material at even
                           temperature may be applied uniformly on variable widths of surface up to 5 m at readily
                           determined and controlled rates from 0.2 to 5.4 l/m2 with uniform pressure, and with an
                           allowable variation from any specified rate not exceeding 0.1 l/m2.
         .6        Suitable hand tools.

3.3      Transportation of Mix
         .1     Transport mix to job site in vehicles cleaned of foreign material.
         .2     Paint or spray truck beds with light oil, limewater, soap or detergent solution, at least once a day
                or as required. Elevate truck bed and thoroughly drain. No excess solution will be permitted.
         .3     Schedule delivery of material for placing in daylight, unless Contract Administrator approves
                artificial light.
         .4     Deliver material to paver at a uniform rate and in an amount within capacity of paving and
                compacting equipment.
         .5     Deliver loads continuously in covered vehicles and immediately spread and compact. Deliver
                and place mixes at temperature within specified range. Temperature of mix upon placement
                shall not be less than 135°C.

3.4      Asphalt Concrete Paving
         .1      Obtain approval of base from Contract Administrator before placing asphalt mix.
         .2      Place asphalt mix only when base or previous course is dry and air temperature is above 5oC.
         .3      Place asphalt concrete in compacted layers not exceeding 75 mm one lift.
         .4      Minimum 135oC mix temperature required when spreading.
         .5      Compact each course with roller as soon as it can support roller weight without undue cracking
                 or displacement.
         .6      Compact asphalt concrete to density not less than 97% of density obtained with Marshall
                 specimens prepared in accordance with ASTM D 1559 from samples of mix being used. Roll
                 until roller marks are eliminated.
         .7      Keep roller speed slow enough to avoid mix displacement and do not stop roller on fresh
                 pavement.
         .8      Moisten roller wheels with water to prevent pick up of material.
         .9      Compact mix with hot tampers or other equipment approved by Contract Administrator, in areas
                 inaccessible to roller.
         .10     Finish surface to be within 4 mm of design elevation and with no irregularities greater than 4
                 mm in 4.0 m.
         .11     Repair areas showing checking, rippling or segregation as directed by Contract Administrator.

3.5      Joints
         .1        Remove surplus material from surface of previously laid strip. Do not deposit on surface of
                   freshly laid strip.
         .2        Paint contact surfaces of existing structures such as manholes, curbs or gutters with bituminous
                   material prior to placing adjacent pavement.
         .3        For cold joints, cut back to full depth vertical face and tack face with hot asphalt.
         .4        For longitudinal joints, overlap previously laid strip with spreader by 600 mm.

3.6      Asphaltic Curbs
         .1      Form asphalt curbs by machine to profiles as indicated on the drawings. Curve curb uniformly.




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3.7      Defective Work
         .1      Correct irregularities which develop before completion of rolling by loosening surface mix and
                 removing or adding material as required. If irregularities or defects remain after final
                 completion, remove surface course promptly and lay new material to form true and even
                 surface and compact immediately to specified density.
         .2      Repair areas showing checking, rippling or segregation.
         .3      Adjust roller operation and screed settings on paver to prevent further defects such as rippling
                 and checking of pavement.

3.8      Cleanup
         .1     Remove lids or covers from all castings and clean any tack coat or hot-mix asphalt concrete
                from frames, lids and covers of all castings.



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PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.   Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.   Section 02512 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and processing
           of hot-mix asphalt concrete paving. This section must be referenced to and interpreted
           simultaneously with all other sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall
           also refer to installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical
           services.

      C.   General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to hot-mix asphalt
           concrete paving shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02512, all other
           pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam Supplementary
           Specifications.

      D.   Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
           made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
           General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.   The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
           Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
           included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
           Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1        MATERIALS

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for approved products and materials for Work related to this
           Section:
           .1    MMCD Section 02512, Hot-Mix Asphalt Concrete Paving;
           .2     MMCD Section 02546, Asphalt Prime; and
           .3     MMCD Section 02547, Asphalt Tack Coat

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to the following specifications for execution of the Work related to this Section:
           .1     MMCD Section 02512, Hot-Mix Asphalt Concrete Paving;
           .2     MMCD Section 02546, Asphalt Prime; and
           .3     MMCD Section 02547, Asphalt Tack Coat



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                                                PAVEMENT MARKINGS
PART 1.0 - GENERAL
1.1   Documents
      .1      This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents, and is to be read,
              interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.2      Samples
         .1    Submit to Contract Administrator following material sample quantities (where applicable) at least
               2 weeks prior to commencing work.
               .1      Two 1 L samples of each type of paint.
               .2      One 1 kg sample of glass beads.
               .3      Sampling to CGSB 1-GP.
               .4      One sample of each colour of Thermoplastic material to be used.
         .2    Mark samples with name of project and location, manufacturer’s name and address, name of
               paint, CGSB specification number, formulation number and batch number.

1.3      Measurement and Payment
         .1    The lump sum payment for permanent painted pavement markings cover supplying materials
               and completing all the permanent painted pavement ,markings shown on Contract Drawings.
         .2    The lump sum payment for permanent thermoplastic pavement markings covers supplying all
               materials and completing all the permanent thermoplastic pavement markings shown on
               Contract Drawings.

1.4      Inspection and Testing
         .1      Refer to General Conditions, Item 12, Inspections.

PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1    Materials
       .1      Paint:
               .1      To CGSB 1-GP-74M, alkyd traffic paint
               .2      To CGSB 1-GP-149M, alkyd reflectorized traffic paint.
               .3      Colour: to CGSB 1-GP-12C, yellow 505-308, black 512-301, white 513-301.
      .2       Thinner: to CGSB 1-GP-5M.
      .3       Glass Beads:
               .1      Overlay type: to CGSB 1-GP-74M
      .4       Thermoplastic material:
               .1      Material composition shall be at the discretion of the manufacturer subject to the
                       approval of the Contract Administrator. Each formulation shall be identified by a code
                       number.
               .2      No retained water when tested by ASTM D-570
               .3      Specific gravity of the supplied product shall be within 3% of that specified for the
                       selected formulation.
               .4      Material shall not deteriorate upon contact with deicing chemical, gasoline, diesel fuel or
                       grease dropped by traffic.
               .5      Material shall not break down, deteriorate, scorch or discolor, if held within the
                       application temperature range specified by the manufacturer for a period of four hours
                       and it must be able to be reheated from room temperature to the application
                       temperature four (4) times without showing any of these detrimental effects.
               .6      When applied at the temperature recommended by the manufacturers and at a film
                       thickness of 2 to 4mm. the material shall set solid and show no tracking under traffic
                       after elapsed times as follows:
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                            .1        Two (2) minutes at an air temperature of 10 C, relative humidity less than 75%,
                                      and road surface temperature from 10oC to 20oC.
                            .2        Five (5) minutes at an air temperature of 32oC, relative humidity less than 75%
                                      and road surface temperature from 35oC to 50oC.
                            .3        The drying time under conditions intermediate between the two air
                                      temperatures shall be interpolated using a straight line model.

                   .7       The quantity, type and gradation of the component reflecting glass spheres premixed in
                            the thermoplastic material shall be at the discretion of the manufacturer, but shall
                            provide retroreflection levels specified below.
                   .8       The colour of the markings to be brilliant white of yellow as specified. The brightness
                            value shall exceed 70% for white and 45% for yellow obtained with a Gardner Multi-
                            purpose Reflectometer when measuring 0o – 45o daylight luminous directional
                            reflectance with green filter.
                   .9       The material shall have a softening point not less than 103oC when tested in
                            accordance with ASTM D36 (ASSHTOM-249-79)

PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Equipment Requirements
      .1      Paint applicator to be pressure type mobile distributor capable of applying paint in single, double
              and dashed lines. Applicator to have positive shut-off and to be capable of applying marking
              components uniformly, at rates specified and to dimensions shown on Contract Drawings.
      .2      Distributor to be capable of applying reflective glass beads as an overlay on freshly applied
              paint.

3.2      Condition of Surfaces
         .1      Ensure pavement surface free from surface water, frost, ice, dust, oil, grease and other foreign
                 materials.

3.3      Application
         .1      Painted Markings:
                 .1      Lay out pavement markings.
                 .2      Unless approved otherwise by Contract Administrator, apply paint only when air
                         temperature is above 10oC and no rain is forecast.
                 .3      Apply traffic paint evenly at rate of 3 m2/L.
                 .4      Do not thin paint unless approved by Contract Administrator.
                 .5      symbols and letters to conform to dimensions shown on Contract Drawings.
                 .6      Ensure paint lines of uniform colour and density with sharp edges.
                 .7      Thoroughly clean distributor tank before refilling with paint of different colour.
                 .8      Apply glass beads at rate specified in supplemental specifications.
                 .9      Apply other marking materials specified in Contract Documents.
                 .10     Ensure all pavement markings in accordance with latest edition of TAC Manual of
                         Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
         .2      Thermoplastic Markings:
                 .1      Pavement shall be clean and dry and free of sand, gravel. Loose dust and foreign
                         matter.
                 .2      Temperature of surface to be marked shall not be less than 50oC.
                 .3      Thermoplastic material shall be heated in the melter to a temperature of 382oC.
                 .4      Thermoplastic material thickness shall be:
                         Lane lines                         0.090” (2.286 mm)
                         Stop bars and crosswalks           0.125” (3.157 mm)

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                   .5       Testing of material thickness to be determined by placing metal plate of known
                            thickness in the area to be painted. Once applied the sample is removed and the
                            material plus metal plate is measured.
                   .6       Immediately following application glass spheres shall be dropped into the molten
                            surface. Spheres to be applied at a rate of 300 grams per square meter of line area.

3.4       Tolerance
          .1     Ensure painted markings within plus or minus 10 mm of specified dimensions.

3.5       Protection of Completed Work
         .1      Protect pavement markings until painted markings dry.
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DIVISION 2                            SURFACE WORKS
Section 02380                         Stone Placement                                                                12
Section 02522                         Granular Paving                                                                        2
Section 02498                         Geotextile Filter Fabric                                                        2



The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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Item 9.1                        STONE PLACEMENT
PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1        SUMMARY

      A.    The work in this section includes the following:

           1.     Stonework indicated on the Landscape Drawings including feature boulders, river rock,
                  flagstone paving and flagstone boulders.
           2.     All labor, materials, tools, machinery and equipment and related items necessary to
                  complete the work shown on the Drawings and specified herein.
           3.     Associated drainage work adjacent to stone placement.

      B.    Related section include the following:

           1.     Section 02780, Unit Paving.
           2.     Section 02810, Automatic Irrigation System.
           3.     Section 03300, Cast-in-Place Concrete.

1.2        SUBMITTALS

      A.    Product Data: Including stone type and quantity (tonnage for each size), bulk density,
            compressive strength, and absorption rate, for each variety of stone.

      B.    Submit samples in accordance with Division 1, and a minimum of 60 days prior to beginning
            work under this Section.

           1.     List of materials and sources for products to be installed under this section. Include a
                  description of the components of each material.
           2.     Submit stone samples for each type of stone, showing texture, average size, and the full
                  range of colour to be used, for approval by the Consultant.
           3.     Submit a 150 x 150 x 50mm (6 x 6 x 2-inch) sample of mortar with black mortar pigment
                  for approval.
           4.     Submit qualifications for firms and persons specified in Paragraph 1.3.B. to demonstrate
                  their experience. Include information confirming they meet the specified requirements, list
                  of at least five similar projects which they have completed in the last 3 years. Include the
                  project's name, address, name of designer and owner, and pictures of each project.
           5.     Truck delivery receipts listing the type and tonnage of stone delivered to the site.
           6.     Submit project schedule in accordance with Division 1 indicating coordination with other site
                  and building construction activities and proposed duration of work.

1.3        QUALITY ASSURANCE

      A.    Sources: Each separate material type of the landscape stonework shall be obtained from a
            single source and be of the same type material to assure uniformity of quality and appearance.


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              Deliver all project stone materials to an approved holding area prior to commencement of work
              for review by the Consultant.

        B.    Installer Qualifications: licensed mason in the State of Washington. Submit project experience
              as described above.

      C.     Mock-Ups: Provide full scale mock-ups of the stonework, showing all types of stonework and
             material indicated, for review and approval by the Consultant. Construct mock-ups using
             materials proposed for the work. The mock-up will further verify the installer's qualifications, and
             establish the standards, tolerances, and aesthetic effect expected in completed work.

             1.    Dismantle any portion of a mock-up not meeting the expectations and approval of the
                   Consultant. Reuse only completely clean, unmarred, and properly trimmed stones.
                   Remove unacceptable materials from the work site.
             2.    If found to be unacceptable in whole or in part, rebuild the mock-up until an acceptable
                   mock-up of the specified size is provided.
             3.    Construct mock-ups to comply with the following requirements:

                   a.     Locate mock-up off-site as directed by the Consultant and provide advance notice
                          to the Consultant prior to proceeding.
                   b.     Construct full scale mock-ups of stone for boulder outcropping and flagstone
                          pathway.
                   c.     Do not continue to place stone before obtaining approval for the mock-ups.
                   d.     Construct mock-up to reflect the full range of colour, size, quality, and composition
                          to be used and agreed upon for the entire installation.
                   e.     Install an acceptable mock-up within three attempts, after which the installer will be
                          considered unqualified to perform the work and, at the discretion of the Owner, be
                          dismissed from the contract.
                   f.     Numerate all pieces, photograph and transport to site to be reassembled exactly
                          as agreed with landscape architect. Make no adjustments without prior approval
                          from the landscape architect.

   D.        In-Progress Alterations: Following acceptance of the mock-up during the course of work, make
              modifications to the stonework as directed by the Landscape Architect under the supervision of
              the Consultant. Such modifications will include shifting stone locations and dismantling and
              reconstruction of portions of the stonework so as to achieve acceptable tolerances, stone
              composition, and aesthetic effect. Do not re-use unclean, marred and blemished stones and
              replace with acceptable materials.

   E.        At the end of each workday, prior to 5:00 p.m., while stonework is in progress, contact the Con-
             sultant in written or oral form. Describe the nature and extent of work completed that day and
             that which is to be conducted during the next workday.

1.4          DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING

   A.         Deliver materials to the site only when the work area is ready and stonework can begin.




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   B.       Storage:

           1.      Store and handle stone and related materials to prevent deterioration or damage due to
                   moisture, temperature changes, contaminants, corrosion, breaking, chipping, or other
                   causes.
           2.      Store cementitious materials off the ground, under cover, and in a dry location.
           3.      Store aggregates, covered and in a dry location, where grading and other required
                   characteristics can be maintained and contamination avoided.
           4.      Store masonry accessories, including metal items, to prevent corrosion and accumulation
                   of dirt and oil.
           5.      Store materials on site only in areas approved by the General Contractor, in a safe and tidy
                   manner, and such that there is no interference with other trades and traffic in the right-of-
                   way.

      C.    Handling:

           1.      Handle materials in a safe and professional manner. Use tools, equipment and methods
                   designed and suitable for the task being performed.
           2.      When stone is being lifted and placed, use equipment sized to safely handle at least 200
                   percent of the maximum load.
           3.      Comply with all applicable safety standards, requirements, and practices, including those
                   for using safety glasses or goggles.

1.5        PROJECT CONDITIONS

      A.    Protection of Stone Masonry: During erection, cover tops of walls and columns with waterproof
            sheeting at the end of each day's work. Cover partially completed stone masonry when
            construction is not in progress.

      B.    Stain Prevention:

           1.      Immediately remove grout, mortar, and soil to prevent them from staining the face of stone
                   masonry veneer.
           2.      Protect base of walls and columns from rain-splashed mud and mortar splatter by
                   coverings spread on the ground and over the wall surface.
           3.      Protect ledges and projections from mortar droppings.

      C.        Cold-Weather Requirements:

           1.      Do not use frozen materials or materials mixed or coated with ice or frost. Do not build on
                   frozen subgrade or setting beds. Remove and replace stone masonry veneer damaged by
                   frost or freezing conditions. Comply with the following requirements.
           2.      Cold-Weather Construction: When ambient temperature is within limits indicated, use the
                   following procedures:

                   a.     4 to 0 degrees C: Heat mixing water or sand to produce mortar temperatures
                          between 4 and 48 degrees C.
                   b.     0 to -4 degrees C: Heat mixing water and sand to produce mortar temperatures
                          between 4 and 48 degrees C. Maintain mortar above freezing until used in masonry.
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                  c.      Cold-Weather Protection: When mean daily temperature is within limits indicated,
                          provide the following protection:
                  d.      4 to -4 degrees C: Cover masonry with weather-resistant membrane for 48 hours
                          after construction.
                  e.      -4 to -8 degrees C: Cover masonry with insulating blankets or provide enclosure and
                          heat for 48 hours after construction to prevent freezing. Use windbreaks when wind
                          velocity exceeds 25 km/h.

           3.     Cold-Weather Cleaning: Use liquid cleaning methods only when air temperature is 4
                  degrees C and above and will remain so until stone masonry veneer has dried out, but not
                  less than 7 days after completing cleaning.

      D.    Hot-Weather Requirements:

           1.     Protect stone masonry-veneer work when temperature and humidity conditions produce
                  excessive evaporation of water from mortar.
           2.     Provide artificial shade and wind breaks and use cooled materials as required.
           3.     Do not apply mortar to substrates with temperatures of 38 degrees C and above.

1.6        SUBSTITUTIONS

      A.    Make no materials substitutions without the written approval of the Consultant. The stone
            described herein has been reviewed and approved by the Consultant. Alternative stone
            sources may be proposed by the Contractor but must be identical to approved stone in colour,
            finish, size variation, and availability, and must be reviewed and pre-approved in writing by the
            Consultant.

1.7        LAYOUT

      A.    Verify the location of all elements of the stonework prior to installation under the supervision of
            the Consultant.

1.8         MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

      A.    Payment for all work performed in this Section will include the supply and placing of necessary
            feature boulders, river rock, flagstone paving and flagstone boulders as specifically listed in the
            Schedule of Quantities and Prices and specified hereunder.


PART 2 - PRODUCTS


2.1        FEATURE BOULDERS

      A.    Feature Boulders A and B: quarried granite stone, quantity, size and finish/cut as shown in stone
            schedule and details. Free of irreparable fractures, stains or blemishes. Granite pieces will be
            selected at the source under the supervision of the Consultant. Granite is available from the
            following sources:

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           1.     Northwest Landscape Stone Supply, www.landscapesupply.ca.
           2.     Bedrock Granite Sales, www.bedrockgranitesales.ca.
           3.     Or approved equal.

      B.    Feature Boulders A and B Granite Properties:

           1.     Type: Glacier White quarried boulders, types A and B.
           2.     Sizes: as shown in stone schedule.
           3.     Finish: natural weathered finish.
           4.     Installation: direct bury over compacted subgrade.


      C.    Feature Boulder C: river washed boulders, quantity, size and finish/cut as shown in stone
            schedule and details. Free of irreparable fractures, stains or blemishes. Pieces will be selected
            at the source under the supervision of the Consultant. Granite is available from the following
            sources:

           1.     Northwest Landscape Stone Supply, www.landscapesupply.ca.
           2.     Bedrock Granite Sales, www.bedrockgranitesales.ca.
           3.     Or approved equal.

      D.    Feature Boulders C Properties:

           1.     Type: Cheekeye Jade boulders, light green-grey colour, type C.
           2.     Sizes: as shown in stone schedule.
           3.     Finish: river washed finish.
           4.     Installation: dowelled to concrete foundation.


2.2        RIVER ROCK

      A.    River Rock A: naturally river washed pebbles, oval flat shape, free of irreparable fractures, stains
            or blemishes. River rock is available from the following sources:

           1.     Northwest Landscape Stone Supply, www.landscapesupply.ca.
           2.     Or approved equal.

      B.    River Rock A Properties:

           1.     Type: Mexican beach pebbles.
           2.     Sizes: as shown in stone schedule.
           3.     Colour: dark grey, black when wet, matching architect’s samples.
           4.     Installation Method: Mortar set in concrete trough, see plans for location.

      C.    River Rock B: naturally river washed cobble, rounded to ovoid, half of total amount sawn in
            half, light grey colour, quantity and sizes as shown in stone schedule and details. Free of
            irreparable fractures, stains or blemishes. River rock is available from the following sources:

           1.     Northwest Landscape Stone Supply, www.landscapesupply.ca.

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           2.     Or approved equal.

      D.    River Rock B Properties:

           1.     Type: Cross Creek naturally river washed cobble.
           2.     Colour: light grey, uniform colour, matching architect’s samples.
           3.     Installation Method: Direct bury full stones (one third of total volume) in lawn over mortar
                  bed below grade, dowelled and mortar set in concrete trough (two thirds of total volume),
                  see plans for location.


2.3        FLAGSTONE PAVING

      A.    Flagstone Slabs: Solid paving units, made from sawcut basalt boulder slabs with a
            compressive strength not less than 6000 psi, water absorption not more than 5 percent
            according to ASTM C 140, and no breakage and not more than 1 percent mass loss when
            tested for freeze-thaw resistance according to ASTM C 67. Flagstone is available from the
            following sources:

           1.     Northwest Landscape Stone Supply, www.landscapesupply.ca.
           2.     Bedrock Granite Sales, www.bedrockgranitesales.ca.
           3.     Stonevent, www.stonevent.ca.
           4.     Or approved equal.

      B.   Flagstone Properties:

           1.     Thickness: minimum 75-125mm (2-3 inches) refer to plan and details.
           2.     Face Size and Shape: Sizes type A to D, refer to stone schedule.
           3.     Color and Finish: Natural colour matching architect’s samples, medium sandblast finish
                  on exposed sides only.
           4.     Pattern: Random, as detailed.


2.4        FLAGSTONE BOULDERS

      A.    Flagstone Boulder: Solid paving units, made from sawcut basalt stone with a compressive
            strength not less than 6000 psi, water absorption not more than 5 percent according to
            ASTM C 140, and no breakage and not more than 1 percent mass loss when tested for freeze-
            thaw resistance according to ASTM C 67. Boulders is available from the following sources:

           1.     Northwest Landscape Stone Supply, www.landscapesupply.ca.
           2.     Bedrock Granite Sales, www.bedrockgranitesales.ca.
           3.     Stonevent, www.stonevent.ca.
           4.     Or approved equal.

      B.   Flagstone Boulder Properties:

           1.     Thickness: full boulders, up to 500mm ht. 900mm width, refer to plan and details.
           2.     Face Size and Shape: refer to stone schedule.

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           3.     Color and Finish: Natural colour matching architect’s samples, sawcut on up to three
                  sides, medium sandblasted finish on exposed sides only.
           4.     Pattern: Random, as detailed.

2.5        MICROCONCRETE MATERIALS

      A.    General: Dry pre-blended mix consisting of fine grain concrete sand with a ratio of 250 kgs of
            Portland cement for every cubic meter of sand, supplied in accordance with CSA A23, 1-04.
            Mix available from Ocean Construction Suppliers Ltd., Mix Z100. Cement conforming to the
            requirements of ASTM C 270, Type S, using Type I Portland cement hydrated lime. Under
            typical granular subbase as specified, provide microconcrete in the following proportions:

           1.     Microconcrete Sub Base: 100mm depth dry mix microconcrete.
           2.     Installation Base: 20mm min. and 30mm maximum modified mortar mix.
           3.     Joint Filling: 20mm minimum liquid grout mix or planting medium, refer to plan.

2.6        GROUT MATERIALS

      A.    General: Mortar conforming to the requirements of ASTM C 270, Type S, using Type I Portland
            cement hydrated lime with additives as specified herein.

      B.    Grout Admixture:

           1.     Latex acrylic admixture in factory pre-diluted or concentrated form (water emulsion) shall
                  serve as replacement for all of the gauging water. Consult with manufacturer for
                  recommendations regarding job-mixed latex-modified materials indicated.
           2.     Subject to compliance with specified requirements, manufacturers offering products that
                  may be incorporated in the work include:

                  a.      Laticrete 4237 Latex Mortar Additive and 3701 Admixture.
                  b.      Fosroc Renderoc SD with Renderoc Liquid Polymer.

      C.    Mortar Pigment:

           1.     Colour: matching approved samples.
           2.     Acceptable products:

                  a.      True Tone Mortar Colours; Davis Colours
                  b.      Centurion Pigments; Lafarge Corporation
                  c.      SGS Mortar Colours; Solomon Grind - Chem. Services, Inc.


2.7        MASONRY CLEANERS

      A.    Cleaning solution shall be ProSoCo, "Sure Klean 600". Muriatic Acid is not acceptable.




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2.8        STONE FABRICATION

      A.    General:

           1.     Fabricate stone in sizes and shapes required to comply with requirements indicated,
                  including details on drawings. Complete stone fabrication and modification on site as
                  directed by the Consultant. Fabrication may include but not be limited to splitting,
                  hammering, cutting, shaping, and edging of stone, or any other methods to modify stone to
                  suit the particular placement.
           2.     Stone placement and fabrication includes drilling of stone and concrete slab to accept
                  anchoring hardware, fountain mechanical equipment, or lighting equipment.

2.9        MORTAR MIXES

      A.    General

           1.     Provide microconcrete, modified mortar mix and grout fresh to the job site every day.
           2.     Ensure mortar complies with referenced standards and relative to mix proportions, mixing
                  equipment, mixer speeds, mixing containers, mixing time, and other procedures needed
                  to produce mortar of uniform quality and with optimum performance characteristics.
           3.     Do not use admixtures including colouring pigments, air-entraining agents, accelerators,
                  retarders, water-repellent agents, antifreeze compounds or calcium chloride unless
                  otherwise specifically indicated.
           4.     For microconcrete, dry-mix cementitious materials and aggregates in a mechanical batch
                  mixer. For grout mix cementitious materials, aggregates and water in a mechanical batch
                  mixer.

      B.    Do not use anti-freeze compounds to lower the freezing point of mortar.

      C.    Do not re-temper the mortar unless temperature is over 18 degrees C. Do not use mortar that
            has hardened or stiffened due to hydration of the cement. If water is added, sprinkle evenly
            throughout entire microconcrete base

      D.    Source Quality Control:

           1.     Test mortar for compressive strength, consistency, water content, air content and shear
                  bond strength in accordance with the requirements of ASTM C 780.
           2.     Provide one set, minimum 2" cube, for each days labor or not less than 750 square feet of
                  stone area. Compressive stress requirement for Type S Mortar fm = 180 psi.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        EXAMINATION

      A.    Verify the following:

           1.     Support work and site conditions are ready to receive Work of this Section.
           2.     Items in other Sections are properly located and sized.

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3.2        PREPARATION

      A.    Establish lines, levels and reference points prior to beginning work and protect and maintain
            these throughout the course of work.

      B.    Clean stone prior to placement. Do not use implements and methods that can stain, mar, mark
            or damage exposed surfaces.

      C.    Locate all improvements and utilities within the work area prior to beginning work and protect
            during the course of work.

      D.    Coordinate with irrigation work where required to provide sleeving and/or pipe access into
            planting pockets.

      E.    Install drain lines and area drains where indicated on the Drawings and field adjust as
            necessary to avoid surface drainage onto adjacent hard surface areas. Backfill perforated
            drainage pipe with drainage fill where indicated.

3.3        INSTALLATION OF RIVER ROCK

      A.    Hand-place river rock where indicated.

      B.    Hand place types A and B river rock with mortar in evenly dispersed pattern. Conceal finished
            mortar from view upon completion of work. Direct bury full river rock B cobble in lawn areas
            with mortar bed concealed from view.

3.4        INSTALLATION OF BOULDERS

      A.    Set stones under the supervision of the Consultant. Shim and adjust anchors, supports and
            accessories to set stones in random bond to produce the effect established in the Mock-up.

      B.    Thoroughly clean and moisten stones immediately before setting, and clean the bed before
            spreading the mortar. Place stones with long faces horizontal in full beds of mortar. Do not set
            heavy stones or projecting courses until the mortar in courses below has hardened sufficiently
            to resist being squeezed out of the joint.

      C.    Handle stone in a manner to prevent jarring or displacing the stones already set. The rolling or
            turning of stones on the wall will not be permitted. If a stone is loosened after the mortar has
            taken initial set, remove, clean and reinstall the stone with fresh mortar.

      D.    Construct beds and joints with a random appearance, recessing face of mortar about 3/4 inch
            from faces of adjacent stones, and as follows:

           1.     Construct beds and joints at faces of stones between 1/4" and 3/4" with 1/2" being the
                  average dimension.
           2.     Construct corners of flagstone plinth using full saw cut boulders on three sides minimum,
                  and construct edges with boulder cut on two sides minimum.
           3.     Construct corners of stones to avoid four corners adjacent to each other.


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           4.     Lace corners and alternate every other course with face of stone and edge of stone.
                  Provide minimum 150mm thick stone at edge and top conditions.

      E.    Fill all cavities between the stone and structural concrete with mortar, cobble or waste stone.
            Provide watertight joints at all weir edges between concrete and weir stones.

      F.    Place stone to prevent any disruption or damage to structure and any other systems already in
            place.

      G.    Finish stone following final placement under the supervision of the Consultant. Stone finishing
            may include but not be limited to sandblasting, bush-hammering, torching, chiseling or any
            other method that achieves the desired finish. Consult with stone supplier prior to finishing for
            finishing recommendations including recommended weather conditions and finishing
            techniques.

3.5        INSTALLATION OF ANCHORS

      A.    Adjust anchors, supports, and accessories to set boulders accurately in locations indicated with
            joints of widths indicated and with edges and faces aligned according to established
            relationships and indicated tolerances.

      B.    During the setting of the stone, fit metal anchors tightly in the anchor slots. Construct metal
            anchors with a short right-angle bend to engage a recess cut into the stone. Refer to detail
            drawings for setting angle.

      C.    Fill all anchor core drills, slots and recesses with two-part epoxy glue.

      D.    Extend anchors 4 1/2" from the face of the concrete or of a length to insure embedment of 1
            1/2" into the masonry bed joint.


3.6        MICROCONCRETE SETTING-BED APPLICATIONS

      A.    Saturate granular aggregate subbase with clean water several hours before placing
            microconcrete subbase. Remove surface water about one hour before placing subbase.

      B.    Apply microconcrete subbase over granular subbase to depths indicated. Spread subbase to
            uniform thickness at subgrade elevations required for accurate setting of pavers to finished
            grades indicated.

      C.    Mix and place only that amount of mortar bed that can be covered with pavers before initial set.
            Cut back, bevel edge, remove, and discard setting-bed material that has reached initial set
            before placing pavers.

      D.    Apply installation base of modified mortar mix to depths indicated.




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      E.    Place pavers before initial set of cement occurs. Tamp or beat pavers with a wooden block or
            rubber mallet to obtain full contact with installation base and to bring finished surfaces within
            indicated tolerances. Set each stone in a single operation before initial set of mortar; do not
            return to areas already set and disturb pavers for purposes of realigning finished surfaces or
            adjusting joints.

      F.    Spaced Joint Widths: Provide 10 mm nominal joint width with variations not exceeding plus or
            minus 2 mm.

      G.    Grout joints as soon as possible after initial set of setting bed. Force grout into joints, taking
            care not to smear grout on adjoining pavers and other surfaces. Immediately rinse off excess
            grout. After initial set of grout, finish joints by tooling to produce a slightly concave polished
            joint, free from drying cracks.

      H.    Cure grout by maintaining in a damp condition for seven days, unless otherwise recommended
            by latex-additive manufacturer.

3.7        ADJUSTING AND CLEANING

      A.    Remove and replace the stonework of the following description:

           1.     Broken, chipped, stained, or otherwise damaged stone may be replaced until the methods
                  and results are acceptable to the Consultant.
           2.     Defective joints.
           3.     Stones and joints not matching the approved samples and field-constructed mock-ups.
           4.     Stonework not complying with other requirements indicated.

      B.    Replace in a manner that ensures the completed stonework matches the approved samples
            and field-constructed mock-ups, complies with other requirements, and shows no evidence of
            replacement.

      C.    Immediately after being placed and while the mortar is fresh, thoroughly clean stone of mortar
            stains and keep clean until the work is accepted.

      D.    Remove excess stone, mortar and other materials upon completion of work. Remove soil
            contaminated by mortar and other undesirable materials and replace with acceptable topsoil.

      E.    Clean soiled surfaces with a cleaning solution. Use non-metallic tools for cleaning operations.

3.8        QUALITY CONTROL

      A.    Field Quality Control Testing Service: The Owner will employ and pay a qualified independent
            testing laboratory to perform field quality control testing.

      B.    Tests will be performed on stone for water penetration in compliance with AAMA 501.3.

      C.    Test results will be reported by the testing laboratory in writing and in the form specified under
            ASTM test method, to the Consultant and the Contractor.

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3.9        PROTECTION

      A.    Provide protection and maintain conditions in a manner to ensure that the stonework is
            protected from damage or deterioration at the time of Substantial Completion.

3.10       FINAL ACCEPTANCE:

      A.    Complete final acceptance of the site stonework in accordance with Division 1 requirements.


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ITEM 9.11                            CRUSHED GRANULAR FINES PAVING

PART 1.0 - GENERAL
1.1   Documents
      .1      This section of the Specifications forms part of the Contract Documents and is to be read,
              interpreted, and coordinated with all other parts.

1.2      Section Includes
         .1      Labour, materials, equipment necessary to install granular pathways and base course as
                 specified herein and indicated on Drawings.

1.3      Related Sections
         .1      Section Site works - Geotechnical report
         .2      Section 02223 - Excavation, Backfill, Compaction and Grading
         .3      Section 02210 – Site Grading

1.4      Protection
         .1      Protect all existing items to remain. If damaged, restore to original condition unless specified
                 otherwise. Notify the Consultant immediately if any damage occurs.
         .2      Coordinate paving schedules to minimize interference with normal use of premises.

1.5      References
         .1     ASTM D698 [78] Test Methods for Moisture Density Relations of Soils and Soil Aggregate
                Mixtures, Using 5.5 lb Rammer at a 12" (300mm) drop.

1.6      Samples
         .1    Submit a sample in accordance with Section 01330 – Submittals.
         .2    Supply a sample of the granular paving for approval by the Consultant. This approved sample
               will be the standard to be maintained throughout the Work.

1.7      Measurement and Payment
         .1    Measurement and payment for this item will be by the square meter of granular material
               supplied and installed as measured in the field by the Contract Administrator.
         .2    The Contractor shall furnish all services, labour, materials, equipment, plant and operations for
               supplying, placing, leveling and compacting of the granular paving as specified herein and as
               shown on the Contract Drawings and Details.


PART 2.0 - PRODUCTS
2.1   Materials
      .1      Wearing Course: 150mm depth pea gravel mixed with clean crushed granite screenings: 5/16”
              diam. to dust. Sample to be provided.
      .2      Base Course: 150mm depth ¾” minus road mulch free of organic matter and deleterious
              material.
      .3      Consultant reserves the right to request a field test section of materials the Contractor
              proposes to use.




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PART 3.0 - EXECUTION
3.1   Subgrade Preparation
      .1      Subgrade preparation includes excavated areas to receive surface course.
      .2      Compact to 95%maximum Dry Density or as directed by the Consultant.
      .3      Ensure positive drainage.
      .4      Subgrade is to be approved by Consultant prior to placing surface course. Excavate and
              replace any ‘soft’ areas in the subgrade prior to placing surface coat.



3.2      Screening Surface Course
         .1     Place screening surface course on levelled subgrade to the dimensions shown on Drawings.
                The 150mm depth of 50% gravel screenings and 50% crushed stone mix is to be put in at
                optimum moisture content (approx.30%) and then rolled with a vibrating drum roller. Add
                crushed fines to above mixture.

3.3      Alignment & Grade
         .1     Use pathway layout on Drawings for guidance, final alignment to be approved on site.
         .2     Paving shall be installed in a manner such that there is positive drainage and no ponding of
                surface water.

3.4      Cleanup
         .1     Rake smooth and blend into existing grades all disturbed areas.



                                                                                             END OF SECTION 02522




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          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                         SECTION 02498
Coquitlam, BC                                  SURFACE WORKS                                        PAGE 1 of 2
Contract No. 62354                                                                         Print date: 6/12/2009
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                                    GEOTEXTILE FILTER FABRIC

This item is detailed in Section 02498 – Geosynthetics of the Standard Specifications.

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1         RELATED DOCUMENTS

      A.    Read and be governed by conditions of the Contract and sections of Division 1.

      B.    Section 02498 refers to those portions of the work that are unique to the supply and installation
            of geosynthetic material. Geosynthetics include Geotextiles, Geogrids, Geocomposites and
            Geomembranes. This section must be referenced to and interpreted simultaneously with all
            other sections pertinent to the works described herein. This section shall also refer to
            installation of pipe and conduit installed for telecommunications, gas and electrical services.

      C.    General requirements, products, materials, and execution of the work related to excavating,
            trenching and backfilling shall be provided and completed as per MMCD Section 02498, all
            other pertinent and referenced sections within the MMCD, and the City of Coquitlam
            Supplementary Specifications.

      D.    Reference to the MMCD General Conditions shall be applicable to this work and are hereby
            made part of these Specifications as far as they are applicable to and not inconsistent with the
            General Requirements (Division 01) and Supplementary General Conditions of this Contract.

      E.    The General Conditions referenced in the Agreement Between Owner and Trade Contractor for
            Construction Management Projects (CCA17-1996) and the Supplementary General Conditions
            included amended to the Contract Documents shall take precedence over the MMCD General
            Conditions in the case of inconsistencies or conflicts.

      F.     Measurement and Payment
           .1     Payment for all work performed in this Section will be included under payment as de-
                  scribed in other sections unless specifically shown otherwise in the Schedule of Quanti-
                  ties and Prices.

           .2      All work shall be done as per the manufacturer’s specifications and as specified on the
                   Contract Drawings and Details and in the Standard Specifications. Payment for this item
                   shall be full compensation for all labour, materials, and equipment necessary to complete
                   the work as specified.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1         MATERIALS

      A.    Refer to MMCD Section 02498 – Geosysthetics for specifications for approved geosynthetic
            materials.




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Coquitlam Spirit Square                                                                   SECTION 02498
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PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1        GENERAL

      A.   Refer to MMCD Section 02498 – Geosynthetics for specifications related to work performed
           under this Section.


                                                                             END OF SECTION 02498




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Spirit Square
Coquitlam, BC                                        LANDSCAPING WORK                                                 DIVISION 2
Contract No. 62354                                                                                                   PAGE 1 OF 1




SPECIFICATIONS INDEX                                                                                     No. of PAGES

DIVISION 2                            LANDSCAPING WORK
Section 02925                         Growing Medium and Placement                                                   13
Section 02950                         Planting of Trees, Shrubs, Grasses and Planter Arrangements
Section 01230                         Finish Grading                                                                  4
Section 02920                         Sodded Lawn                                                                     9
Section 02970                         Landscape Maintenance                                                           6
Section 02470                         Landscape Carpentry                                                             3
Section 09931                         Staining and Transparent Finishing                                              5




The Tenderer shall note that for work that is not expressly covered in the Detailed Project Specifications
the following Contract Documents shall apply:
         .1     Master Municipal Construction Documents and Standard Detail Drawings (MMCD 2000 edition)
                as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and Detailed Drawings to
                MMCD 2000
         .2     British Columbia Landscape Standards 6th Edition
         .3     The construction of works for this contract shall be completed under the total tendered unit
                prices as bid in the Schedule of Quantities.




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          These Supplementary Specifications must be read in conjunction with the Master Municipal Specifications contained in
  the Master Municipal Construction Documents, Volume II, 2000 as modified by the City of Coquitlam Supplementary Specifications and
                                                                                                       th
                      Detailed Drawings to MMCD 2000 and the British Columbia Landscape Standards 6 Edition.
Spirit Square                                                                                                          SECTION 02950
Coquitlam, BC                                           LANDSCAPING WORK                                                  DIVISION 1
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ITEM 10.01 THRU 10.15                          GROWING MEDIUM, FINISH GRADING, TREES,
                                               SHRUBS, GRASSSES AND PLANTER