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									                           BID PACKAGE NUMBER ONE
                                November 10, 2008


                        Hillsborough Community College
                 Brandon Campus Renovation and New Entry Gate




                Sealed Bids are due no later than November 25, 2008
                                  Time: 2:00 p.m.
                                         At
                             The Morganti Group, Inc.
                        1725½ 7th Ave East Tampa, FL 33605




                     OWNER:        District Board of Trustees of Hillsborough
                                   Community College
                                   PO Box 31125
                                   Tampa, Fl 33631-3127

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER:              The Morganti Group, Inc.
                                   1725 ½ 7th Ave East Suite 3
                                   Tampa, Fl 33605

                 ARCHITECT:        Wilder Architecture, Inc.
                                   1715 E. 7th Ave Suite C
                                   Tampa, FL 33605




November 2008
                                       PROJECT DIRECTORY

OWNER:                                                         Phone            Fax

District Board of Trustees of Hillsborough Community College
PO Box 31127
Tampa, FL 33631-3127

OWNER REPRESENTATIVES

David Cabeceiras
PO Box 31127                                                   (813) 253-7125    (813) 259-6057
Tampa, Florida 33631-3127

ARCHITECT:

Wilder Architecture, Inc.
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1715 E. 7 Ave Suite C                                          (813) 242-6677    (813) 242-6683
Tampa, FL 33606

CIVIL ENGINEER:

Sprinkle Consulting, Inc.
18115 U.S. Hwy 41 North Suite 600                              (813) 949-7449    (813) 948-1712
Lutz, FL 33549

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT

Sprinkle Consulting, Inc.
18115 U.S. Hwy 41 North Suite 600                              (813) 949-7449    (813) 948-1712
Lutz, FL 33549

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER:

Master Consulting Engineers, Inc.
5523 W. Cypress St. Suite 200                                  (813) 287-3600    (813) 287-3622
Tampa, FL 33607

MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

TLC Engineering for Architecture
500 North Westshore Blvd. Suite 435                            (813) 637-0110    (813) 637-0013
Tampa, FL 33609

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER:

The Morganti Group, Inc.
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1725 ½ E. 7 Ave Suite 3                                        (813) 248-6663    (813) 248-6344
Tampa, FL 33605




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                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS



DIVISION 0 - BIDDING AND CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS

00010    Invitation to Bid and Project Identification

00100    Instructions to Bidders

00200    Description of the Work and General Requirements

00300    Bid Proposal Form

00500    Contract Agreement Form




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                                                 SECTION 00010

                                               INVITATION TO BID

The MORGANTI Group, Inc. will receive sealed Bids for: Hillsborough County Community College Brandon Campus
Renovations and New Entry Gate in Hillsborough County, Florida. The MORGANTI Group, Inc. serves as the
Construction Manager for District Board of Trustee of Hillsborough Community College. The project delivery method
is Construction Management at Risk with a Guaranteed Maximum Price. Construction Documents have been
prepared by Wilder Architecture, Inc.
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Bids are “Due” no later than November 25, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at Morganti’s Ybor Office located at 1725 ½ E. 7 Ave
Tampa, FL 33605. DO NOT DELIVER BIDS TO THE SCHOOL’S OFFICES, ANY HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNITY
COLLEGE OFFICE, OR TO THE ARCHITECTS OFFICE. At this time all Bids received shall be logged in as having
been received prior to closing time and date for the receipt of Bids.

Detailed descriptions of the work scopes available to bid on are included in Section 0200 of the Bidding Documents.
The work of this package will generally consist of the following:

   Renovation of the BSCI including exterior skin, Mechanical, Electrical, Doors, Windows and Interior Finishes
    and the Selective Renovation of the BADM.

   Work will commence in January 2008 proceed in a continuous and sequenced manner throughout per the
    instruction of the Construction Manager. The successful bidder will be required to furnish separate crews for
    each building, for each work scope and provide the man hours/ man days needed to maintain the duration of
    the project schedule. All costs associated with any required overtime are to be included in the base bid. The
    projected overall substantial completion date will be around August 2009. All costs associated with
    subcontractors proposals specifically to materials and labor, whether subcontractors, their suppliers, or sub-
    subcontractors are to remain fixed for the duration of the project.

   Morganti and the Owner encourage WMBE’s and SBE’s to participate.

Bid Documents and Bid Packages may be picked up or shipped to the bidders. Bidders are responsible for the costs
of delivery of the documents. Bidders may pick up documents directly from Morganti’s Main Office, or provide
Morganti with the Bidder’s shipping account number, or send a courier.

No bid may be withdrawn after the scheduled closing for receipt of Bids for a period of at least ninety (90) days.
Direct all requests to the Morganti Project Manager, Mr. Paul Moore, The Morganti Group, Inc. fax (813) 248-6663.
DO NOT CONTACT THE OWNER, SCHOOL OR ARCHITECT.

A complete set of Bid Documents with a Bid Package will be available from Morganti upon request, which must be
returned in good useable order. A complete set of documents shall be used in preparing bids. The Owner,
Construction Manager, and the Architect shall not have any responsibility for errors, omissions, or misinterpretations
resulting from the Bidders use of incomplete sets of Bidding Documents.

Partial sets of the Bidding Documents will not be made available.

Bids are “REQUIRED” to be submitted on the Form of Proposal furnished with the Bid Package and Documents
(Reference Section 00300-1 through 00300-6). Bids that are not on the Bid Package Form of Proposal included as
part of this bid package may not be accepted and may be disqualified.

Successful bidders will be required to furnish a Performance and Labor and Material Payment Bond equal to 100%
of the Contract Price for all subcontracts exceeding $200,000. Such Bond Premiums must be identified and




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included in each bid exceeding $200,000. Surety must have rating no less than A-. Bond costs are to be indicated
separately where indicated on the Bid Proposal Form.

Certificates of Insurance shall be required of each successful bidder in the Amounts defined in the Bidding
Documents. Please make sure that the minimum insurance requirements listed on “Exhibit C” and in Article 5 of the
sample Subcontract Agreement are included in the base bid.

The Owner/Construction Manager reserves the right to reject any or all bids, waive informalities or irregularities in
any bid, make award in part or whole, with or without cause, and to make any award it deemed to be in the best
interest of District Board of Trustees of the Hillsborough Community College.

All bid proposals shall be firm and held for at least 90 days from the date bids are due.


                                                END OF SECTION




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                                              SECTION 00100


                                      INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS


CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: Contract documents are listed in Exhibit A of the Subcontract Agreement Form
included in section 00500 of this bid package.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK: Scopes of work expected and general requirements expected for this bid package
are listed in section 00200 of this bid package and the Construction Documents.

PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUBCONTRACTORS

A mandatory pre-qualification process is in effect, Bidders must receive a pre-qualification package from
Morganti. All bidders must be pre-qualified prior to submitting a bid. If you have been pre-qualified within the
past two years, you are not required to submit a pre-qualification form. Allow one week for processing pre-
qualification packages. Pre-qualification forms can be downloaded from Morganti’s website at
www.morganticm.com. Completed forms may be emailed to PMoore@morganti.com or faxed to 813-248-
6344. Forms must be complete.

PRE-BID CONFERENCE

Each subcontractor is strongly encouraged to attend this conference. The pre-bid conference for scopes (2A
through 16B) will take place Friday, November 14, 2008, at 2:00 pm at 10414 East Columbus Drive Tampa, Fl
33619.

RECEIPT AND OPENING OF BID PROPOSALS

The Morganti Group, Inc., requests bids for the Hillsborough Community College Brandon Campus Renovation
and New Entry Gate Project for the District Board of Trustees for the Hillsborough Community College. Bid
Proposal forms will be received by The Morganti Group, Inc., as set forth in the Invitation to Bid and elsewhere
throughout the Construction Documents. All bids must be sealed.

This is a Construction Management at risk project. The Morganti Group, Inc., as Construction Manager, has
been contracted by the Owner to act as a representative of the Owner in those matters so designated.


BID PROPOSAL FORM

The Bidder by submitting their Bid represents that they have read and understands the Bidding Documents,
has familiarized themselves with the project schedule, the site, and related conditions, and that their Bid is
made in accordance therewith.

Bids, bond amounts and alternates shall be provided as separated and broken down on the Bid
Proposal Forms contained in section 00300.


Each Bid Proposal Form shall be submitted on the form furnished with the Bidding Documents. All blanks on
the Bid Form shall be filled in by typewriter or manually (must be legible) in ink. The sample Bid Proposal Form
bound in the Bid Documents can be removed and copies made for bid submittal of each work scope bidders
wish to bid “work scopes are not to be combined”. Proposal form must be signed by the owner, officer, or
authorized agent of the company/corporation.

SALES TAX RECOVERY




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Each bid is to include all applicable sales taxes.

The Owner, being exempt from sales tax, reserves the right to make purchases of various construction
materials and/or equipment, costing over $2,500.00 or more, included in each Subcontractor’s bid and/or
contract directly from the manufacturer or supplier. In order to accomplish this, the following procedures shall
be followed.

A purchase order requisition form, in a form acceptable to the Owner and Construction Manager, shall be
prepared by the Subcontractor and submitted to the Construction Manager for review and submission to the
Owner. The requisition form will provide the following:

a)   Name, remittance address, telephone number and contact person for the materials supplier.
b)   Manufacturer or brand, model or specification number, or list of required items.
c)   The quantity needed of each item (s).
d)   The price and sales tax associated with the materials(s).
e)   The delivery dates established by the Contractor/Subcontractor.
f)   Sales tax is figured at 6.5% of the total cost of materials/equipment.
g)   Direct Material Purchases shall become a line item on the Subcontractor and Contractor’s pay requisition
     for accounting purposes.

After the Owner returns the purchase order to the Construction Manager, the Contractor will be notified of the
School Board’s purchase order number so the material can be ordered. A deductive change order will be
issued to the Subcontractor for the purchase order amount plus sales tax. The Owner will then receive credit
against the Subcontractor’s total contract for the amount equal to the cost of materials so ordered and
purchased by the Owner, as well as the amount of sales tax. When material is delivered to the job site, all
delivery tickets must be copied and presented to the Construction Manager. It is the Subcontractor’s
responsibility that invoices and delivery tickets are received by the Construction Manager and in a timely
manner.

The Subcontractor will be responsible for all matters relating to the receipt of materials purchased by the
Owner including verifying correct quantities, inspection and acceptance of the goods at the time of delivery.
The Subcontractor will be responsible for the unloading, storage, care, security, installation, warranty, use and
proper working order of all items acquired through this procedure.

All invoicing from the vendor shall include the school board’s purchase order number.           Upon delivery of
material or equipment, the vendor is to invoice the Owner.

After the invoice has been matched with a delivery ticket and verified by the Subcontractor, it is then matched
with the purchase order for that material. Upon verification, the invoice is approved for payment by Morganti’s
Project Manager and the Owner’s Project Manager. After all approvals have been completed, the invoice is
then sent to the Owner for payment. Payment for the building materials is made directly to the selling vendor
by the Owner.

The Owner is an additional named insured on the Contractor’s Builder’s Risk insurance and, in the event of
damage or destruction to the Owner purchased materials, the Owner will receive all proceeds derived from all
claims against insurers or others to pay for repair or reconstruction as a result of damage or destruction.

The exercise by the Owner of the procedure set forth shall not create any contractual relationship between the
Owner and any supplier nor any liability on the part of the Owner toward any supplier. The Subcontractor will
still retain the total contractual responsibility for the correct procurement and installation of the material and
equipment purchased by the Owner as if the equipment were purchased directly by the Subcontractor.

Subcontractor may also be held responsible to collect applicable releases of lien to confirm payment to a
supplier as required by the CM or Owner. The Subcontractor will also retain the responsibility for providing all
accessories, devices and equipment necessary for a complete installation.




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ALTERNATES

If Applicable, each bidder shall bid on all alternates listed in the Bid Proposal Form that are applicable to their
Bid Package. Bidder shall show in each space furnished on the Bid Proposal Form the amount to be added to
or deducted from bidder’s base bid price, if the particular alternate was included in the Contract. If an alternate
called for does not, in the bidder’s judgment, require a change in this base bid price, the bidder shall so indicate
by writing the words “No Change” in the space furnished for the amount to be included. If alternates are called
for on which the bidder does not choose to bid, they may insert the words “No Bid” in the space furnished for
the amount to be included; however, this may be the basis for later rejection of the entire bid if the alternate is
included in the Contract Agreement. If the blanks by any alternate are not filled in, it will be considered “No
Bid”. Each bidder shall consider how the various allowances, if required and other trade work will affect the
alternate bids.

The Owner/Construction Manager reserves the right to accept any alternate in any order or combination and
amend the Subcontract Agreement accordingly provided the order to proceed with such alternate is issued to
the contractor within ninety (90) calendar days of the bid opening date or as otherwise agreed to. See Bid
Proposal Form for list of alternates.


PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS

Accepted bidders will be required to furnish a 100% performance bond and 100% labor and material payment
bond equal to 100% of the Subcontract price if bid amount exceeds $200,000.00. The bond shall be from a
surety company authorized to do business in the State of Florida by the Department of Insurance. Bond cost, if
applicable, is to be included in the base bid, shown separately on the bid proposal form. Surety Company and
bond must be acceptable to the Construction Manager and in accordance with the Contract Documents.
Companies must have a rating of A- or better.

The Performance and Payment Bonds shall be on the required form and shall listed The Morganti Group, Inc.
as the principal.


CERTIFICATES OF INSURANCE

Certificates of Insurance shall be required from each successful bidder to provide evidence that the minimum
insurance requirements indicated in the bidding documents are being met. Refer to Article 5 and Exhibit “C” of
the Subcontract Agreement in Section 00500 for the minimum required insurance and policy endorsements
required. The base bid on the Form of Proposal must include the cost to provide the minimum insurance
requirements indicated.


ACCEPTANCE AND/OR REJECTION OF BID

No bids shall be withdrawn for at least ninety (90) calendar days after the bid due date indicated in the
Invitation to Bid. The Construction Manager will be using the bids received to establish a Guaranteed
Maximum Price (GMP) with the Owner.

Therefore it should be noted that:

Bid Proposal Forms are considered irregular and may be rejected for any of the following reasons unless
otherwise provided by law:

        If the Bid Proposal Form furnished is not used or has been altered.




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        If there are unauthorized additions, qualified or conditional bids, or irregularities of any kind which may
        tend to make Bid incomplete, indefinite or ambiguous as to its meaning.

        If bidder adds any provisions reserving the right to accept or reject any award, or to enter into a
        Contract Agreement pursuant to an award.

        If Unit or Lump Sum Prices or Alternates contained in the Bid Proposal Form Schedule are obviously
        unbalanced either in excess, or below, reasonable cost analysis values.

        If bidder fails to complete the Bid Proposal Form in any other particulars where information is
        requested so the Bid proposal Form may be properly evaluated.

The Owner/Construction Manager reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids or part of any bid or
waive any informality, technicality or irregularity which is in the best interest of the Owner.


ACCEPTANCE OF BID (AWARD)

It is the intent of the Construction Manager to enter into contract with the most responsive, and cost effective
bidders determined to be best qualified by the Construction Manager.


CONTRACT AGREEMENT FORM

The form that will be used for all contracts shall be the Sub-Contract Agreement Form in section 00500 of this
bid package.


SEQUENCE OF WORK

This is a project with an aggressive construction schedule and all subcontractors will be required to maintain
sufficiently manned crews on site for each trade to the satisfaction of the Construction Manager. Each crew will
have a separate designated supervisor that will coordinate directly with the Construction Manager.

                                               END OF SECTION




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                                         SECTION 00200

                                    DESCRIPTION OF WORK

General:
Qualified bidders for this project are recognized as professionals of their respective trades having
complete working knowledge of their trades and the codes that apply. Their bid and work scope is to
be a complete all-inclusive package per current codes and all the reasonably inferable work of the
contract documents. For these areas bidders are to estimate a “worst case condition” including
sufficient funds in their bid to handle these areas until clarification is provided. Only work scope
changes initiated by the owner and architect and/or unforeseen existing conditions requiring work
scope changes will be recognized. The bidders shall include in their bid, but not necessarily be
limited to, all costs for administration, supervision, labor, field dimensions, layout, material,
equipment, tooling, approval drawings, submittals, samples, engineering (signed & sealed or
otherwise), as-built work, coordination and sequencing with other trades, overtime, etc. to perform
the work associated with the following scopes as required by the project schedule and/or durations:


Work Scope 2A:
  1. Demolition: Provide demolition services as necessary within the construction area, DADM
      and BSCI including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Remove and dispose of the casework as detailed.
         B. Remove the tile in the sidewalks, steps and site concrete walls. Prep the surface of
            the concrete walls after tile removal to remove the grout for an exposed rough finish.
         C. Remove floor finishes and base as scheduled.
         D. Remove and preserve 200 full tiles for repairs. Stack and secure on a pallet for
            future use.
         E. Allow for $50,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor, material and disposal to
            be directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates and
            markup for materials. This will not be included in the original contract and will be
            authorized in change orders per the contract.
         F. The exterior skin (exterior wall tile, backer board, insulation and metal framing) is not
            part of this scope. It will be removed in sections by the framing and stucco
            contractor.
         G. Provide an Alternate Cost Proposal for removal of the light color tile on the skin of the
            building.

Work Scope 2B:
  1. Site Signage and Pavement Markings: Provide and install all materials and work associated
      with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Site signage and pavement marking.

Work Scope 2C:
  1. Temporary Fences and Gates: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this
      scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Furnish and install a temporary fence as directed by the superintendent specifically
             including the work and staging areas.
         B. Poles located in the grass areas shall be carefully driven to avoid the existing
             sprinkler system and underground utilities.




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           C. Allow for $20,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
              directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
           D. Poles located on pavement will be supported by movable concrete footings. No
              poles shall be driven into asphalt pavement or concrete sidewalks.
           E. Furnish two (2) 20’ double gates, two (2) 4’ man gates and two (2) 12’ gates.
           F. The fence shall be 8’ high and anchored into ground to stand for the duration of the
              project approximately 12 months.
           G. Complete removal upon completion of the construction.

Work Scope 2D:
  1. Temporary Parking Pad: Provide a temporary parking approximately 65’ wide by 120’ long
      with a gravel drive.

   2. Landscaping: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including
      but not necessarily limited to:
          A. The bidder shall be responsible to coordinate their activities with the onsite
              Construction Superintendent.
          B. Trees, stacking of trees, shrubs, ground cover/sod, top soil, potting soil, fertilizers,
              mulch, drain rock, watering, etc.
          C. All required excavation, final grading, hand digging, backfilling and multiple
              mobilizations.
          D. Repair the existing lawn sprinkler system upon completion of the exterior work in
              coordination with the site superintendent

   2. Tree trimming: Provide all labor, materials, disposal, supervision and equipment necessary
      to trim the trees in the work area and adjacent to the BSCI as needed for the construction
      activity including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Remove dead trees and stumps.
          B. Trim all branches within seven (7) feet of the building.
          C. Provide temporary barriers to protect areas the trees during construction and include
               final cleanup of all areas to ready for new work.

Work Scope 3A:
  1. Cast-in-place Concrete: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Cast-in-place high strength concrete grout to replace the tile inserts in the sidewalks.
          B. Remove and replace a ten foot square section of corner sidewalk with an ADA ramp.
          C. Concrete formwork, placing, finishing, backfilling, compaction, waterproofing,
              dewatering, surface preparation, etc.
          D. Forms, shoring, supports, scaffolding, concrete pumping and associated material,
              equipment and tooling.
          E. Reinforcing steel including rebar, fiber mesh, welded wire fabric, supports, chairs,
              etc.
          F. Soil treatment, termite control, curing compounds and covers, bonding agents,
              keyways, screeds, chamfers, anchor slots, finishing, control joints, water stops,
              admixtures, toppings, reglets, vapor barriers visqueen, etc.
          G. All hauling, spreading and compaction of on-site fill for the stage slabs and steps.




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Work Scope 5A:
  1. Structural Steel: Provide and install all material and work associated with this scope including
      but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Structural steel materials, erection, shop painting/priming, welding, weld cleaning,
              field touch up painting, any special coatings, temporary shoring and supports, etc.
          B. Columns, beams, framing and support members, opening reinforcement at steel
              decking, etc.
          C. Supply and install all required embeds and anchor bolts.
          D. Demolition of structural members associated with the wall renovation.
          E. Engineering, signed and sealed shop drawings and calculations by a professional
              engineer registered in the state of Florida.
          F. Coordinate shop painting & priming with painting requirements.
          G. Prepare and repair the existing sign tower as detailed for painting. The existing
              structure shall be suitably cleaned and repaired for use as an exposed structure.

   2. Metal Fabrications: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
        including but not necessarily limited to:
            A. All rough hardware, ladders, ladder safety cages, shelf and relieving angles,
                Miscellaneous framing and supports, miscellaneous steel trim, steel pipe bollards,
                grating and metal fabrications, etc., in accordance with the project plans and
                specifications.

   3. Pipe and Tube Railings (Hand Rails): Provide and install all materials and work associated
        with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
            A. Remove, protect, store and re-install the existing aluminum pipe and tube railings as
                required.

Work Scope 6A:
  1. Rough Carpentry: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including all wood blocking.

Work Scope 7A:
  1. Cap Flashing: Remove the existing cap flashing where necessary, protect and store the
       flashing for later installation. Provide all necessary repairs and clips as required for a
       complete and compliant installation, in accordance with the project plans and specifications.

   2.    Sealants and Caulking: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
         including but not necessarily limited to:
            A. Sealants and caulking work with backer rod as required at the interior and exterior of
                masonry control joints, expansion joints, horizontal traffic joints, tilt-up wall panel
                control joints, around interior and exterior door frames and windows, all required
                sealants, backer rod, etc. in accordance with the project plans and specifications.
            B. Include caulking of roofing scuppers and overflow scuppers at exterior wall, caulking
                of louvers and any other dissimilar material in exterior walls such as the generator
                thimble, speaker boxes, etc., and caulking on metal pan stairs, risers and landings at
                the wall.

   3. Modified Bitumen Membrane Roofing and Insulation; Provide and install all materials and
      work associated with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:




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           A. Install the roof curbs complete with counter flashing as scheduled on the mechanical
              drawings.
           B. Furnish and install all roof penetration boots for the electrical work.
           C. Furnish and install all flashing, closures, coping cap at parapet walls, cap trim, metal
              gutters and downspouts, tie in of downspouts into the storm water piping, provide and
              install the associated prefabricated closure cap where the down spouts tie into the
              underground storm water piping, isolation/buffer pads for lighting protection, all
              required coordination, layout, and warrantees per contract documents.
           D. Metal counter flashing and base flashing, metal wall flashing and counter flashing,
              exposed metal trim/fascia units, coping caps, all required fasteners, all required pre-
              fabricated roof hatches with integral support curbs, operable hardware, and counter
              flashings.
           E. Any related and required rough carpentry and associated wood blocking, nailers,
              fasteners, etc.
           F. Periodic reports from manufacturer certifying proper installation.
           G. Wood blocking at parapet walls scuttle, vent pipes, gutter, cant strips, etc as
              required.
           H. All work shall be performed in compliance with the existing roof warranty.
           I. The existing roof shall be inspected and repaired as required and warranted for five
              (5) years.

Work Scope 7B:
  2. Fireproofing: Provide all materials and work associated with this scope including but not
      necessarily limited to repair the existing fireproofing with a compatible product. Bid a
      suitable allowance.

Work Scope 8A:
  1. Steel Doors and Frames; Provide all materials and work associated with this scope including
      but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Labor, material and necessary equipment to supply hollow metal doors, door frames
              and interior borrowed lite frames, including all required supports, anchors, fasteners,
              inserts, bolts, coatings, damp-proofing of frames as required, insulating materials,
              reinforcements, waterproof weather seals, inverted steel channels, mullions, transom
              bars, transoms, spreader bars, door silencers, plaster guards, stops, moldings,
              acoustical assemblies, adjusting, cleaning, protection, all required light kits, louvers,
              etc., in accordance with project plans and specifications.
          B. All frames shall be prepared for the intended use with the appropriate anchor
              accommodations.
          C. Delivery of material per the schedule and instructions (may require multiple
              deliveries).
          D. All material is to be properly marked with the respective door marks.
          E. See Note 8A below.

   2. Wood Doors: Provide all materials and work associated with this scope including but not
       necessarily limited to:
          A. Wood veneer doors per contract documents, AWI Quality Certification and NFPA 80.
          B. Doors will be factory finished and be factory prepared to receive all specified
             hardware.
          C. Modify the existing jambs to match new hardware as required.




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           D. Delivery of material per the schedule and instructions (may require multiple
              deliveries).
           E. All material is to be properly marked with the respective door marks.
           F. See Note 8A below.

Work Scope 8B:
  1. Finished Hardware: Provide all materials and work associated with this scope including but
      not necessarily limited to:
          A. Finish hardware and key cabinets as specified in the contract documents or obviously
             necessary to complete the building.
          B. Delivery of material per the schedule and instructions (may require multiple
             deliveries).
          C. All material is to be properly marked with the respective door marks.
          D. See note 8A below.

Note 8A: The Construction Manager encourages bids from qualified subcontractors to
provide all of the doors (steel, hollow metal, wood), and frames (described by Packages 8A1
and 8A2), and complete finish hardware (Package 8B) scope of work for the entire project as
necessary for a complete and compliant installation. Bid Proposal must clearly reflect this
condition.

Work Scope 8C:
  1. Door, Frames, and Finish Hardware Installation: Provide installation of the materials and
      work associated with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Installation of door frames as detailed including grouting of door frames as required.
         B. Hardware installation, door installation, all required fasteners, layout, etc., in
             accordance with the AWI standards, project plans and specifications.
         C. All associated repairing and metal fillers (Bondo) as required.
         D. Review of door, frame and hardware submittal for code and contract document
             compliance.
         E. Receiving, offloading, inventorying, and storing (In bidder provided container) all
             doors, frames, hardware in a location provided by the Construction Manager.

Work Scope 8E:
  1. Aluminum Framed Entrances, Storefronts, Windows and Glazing: Provide and install all
      materials and work associated with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Complete aluminum window package with glazing including interior and exterior
             operable windows, fixed windows, frames, thresholds, closures, layout, fasteners,
             stops, interior and exterior perimeter caulking, screens, construction locks and keys.
             Work shall include all accessories as necessary for a complete and compliant
             installation.
         B. Furnish, install and label all emergency exit windows per NFPA.
         C. Include glazing for entire project, interior metal frame borrowed lites, light kits in steel
             doors, wood doors, door frames, transoms and any other window units.
         D. Weatherproofing.
         E. Remove and dispose of the existing window system by the subcontractor.
         F. The work will be coordinated in wall sections so the windows will be removed, the
             plaster wall system installed and then the new window system will be installed by the
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          G. Include required coatings, cleaning, protection, adjusting, sealants, weather-stripping
             accessories, fasteners, taping, spacers, beddings, gaskets, blocks, primers, sealers,
             glazing channels, etc


Work Scope 9A:
  1. Light Gauge Metal Framing and Backing: Provide and install all materials and work
      associated with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Demolition of the existing tile surfaces and deteriorated wall material.
         B. Light gauge metal framing studs and track replacement on the exterior wall.
         C. Light gauge metal framing for all interior partition walls, ceilings and soffits.
         D. Allow for $50,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
             directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
             supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
             original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
         E. Additional support and reinforcing at all doors and windows.
         C. Reinforcement within framing systems to support wall and ceiling mounted
             furnishings or equipment provided by other trades.
         H. Framing and finishing shall be to 6” above the finished ceiling height.
         I. Provide all labor, materials and equipments required to install hollow metal doors and
             frames in metal framed partition walls.
         J. Provide all labor, materials and equipment required to install expansion joints and/or
             control joint in metal framed partition walls.
         K. Furnish and erect scaffolding around the building as required for the exterior skin
             work.
         L. Demo and dispose of the exterior skin’s tile, sheathing, insulation and corroded
             framing as detailed. Coordinate this activity with the window removal.
         M. Subcontractor shall include in their bid proposal an allowance to remove, dispose,
             and replace 9000 SF of exterior metal studs and batt insulation at a unit price of
             $____________ for a total allowance of $________________. Unit price shall
             include all labor, materials, equipment, burdens, and mark-up required to complete
             the work. Total square footage of replacement shall be agreed upon by the
             Subcontractor, CM, Architect, and Owner prior to the work proceeding. Indicate unit
             price and total allowance amount on the bid proposal form. Allowance shall be
             increased or decreased by the unit price based on actual requirements.
         N. Protect the existing doors, pipes, appurtences, ceilings, soffits, tile surfaces,
             sidewalks, walkways, elevators, window frames, guard and hand rails and anything
             existing that is scheduled to remain from the plaster activity.
         O. Receiving, off loading of all required hollow metal door and/or window frames in
             metal framed walls.
         P. The existing soffits will be removed, replaced, repaired and reinstalled as necessary.
         Q. Furnish and install temporary weather protection each day when exterior walls are
             removed.

   2. Gypsum Board Assemblies: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this
      scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Furnish and install the exterior sheathing.
         B. Use stainless steel (SS) screws for the sheathing.




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          C. Gypsum board system anchored to non load bearing light gauge steel framing
             members and load bearing steel framing members as required. Include backing for
             toilet accessories and any other wall or ceiling mounted units.
          D. Gypsum board, glass-mat water resistant gypsum board, cement board, moisture
             resistant board, plaster board, impact resistant board, abuse resistant gypsum board,
             and all necessary accessories to provide a complete and compliant system.
          E. Subcontractors will identify, label/stencil all fire rated walls, smoke walls, sound walls
             as well as seal all required walls to the deck and all required through wall
             penetrations.
          F. All required backing/blocking (wood, metal or otherwise), reinforcement (both metal
             and wood) within framing systems to support wall and ceiling mounted furnishings or
             equipment provided by other trades.
          G. All gypsum board wall work to be a minimum of 6” above finished ceiling height.
          H. Sealing of all required drywall partitions designated as smoke walls, fire walls, or
             sound walls to the deck/substrate above including pockets associated with
             penetrations and bar joist, proper labeling, identification, and stenciling of rated walls
             as required, etc.
          I. Receiving, off loading, installation and grouting of all required hollow metal door
             and/or window frames in metal framed walls.
          J. Sealing of all required drywall partitions designated as smoke walls, fire walls, or
             sound walls to the deck/substrate above including pockets associated with
             penetrations and bar joist, proper labeling, identification, and stenciling of rated walls
             as required, etc.

   3. Building Insulation: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Horizontal and vertical insulation, all types miscellaneous stuffing insulation, batt
              insulation, sound attenuation blankets, fire safeing insulation and all required
              impaling clips, compounds, anchors, adhesives, fasteners, tape, etc. for the complete
              project.
          B. Furnish and install weather barrier as specified at exterior walls between the exterior
              wall and the plaster veneer.
          C. Coordination with inter-related trades and sequencing.

   4. Portland Cement Plaster: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this
      scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Veneer plastering work as per project plans and specifications.
         B. Use Stainless Steel screws for installing the metal lath.
         C. Protect all surrounding areas from plaster spills and splatter. All surfaces
                shall be protected, specifically including but not limited to guard rails,
                windows, concrete walks, pipe, scuppers, louvers and flashings.

Work Scope 9B:
  1. Floor and Wall Tile, Stone Thresholds, and Window Sills: Provide and install all materials
      and work associated with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Ceramic mosaic tile, glazed wall tile, quarry tile, stone thresholds, window sills,
            including mock-ups, all required floor prep, leveling, minor patching, grout, sealants,
            caulking of tile to door frames and base to wall and floor, adhesives, bonding agents,
            layout, base, etc.




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           B. Allow for $10,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
              directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
           C. All required patterns, in accordance with the contract documents and specifications.
           D. Waterproof membrane for thin-set tile installations and cementitious backer units as
              required.
           E. Subcontractor accepts all surfaces when work commences unless written notice is
              provided to Morganti in advance.

Work Scope 9C:
  1. Resilient Flooring: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Resilient flooring including vinyl composition tile, vinyl coved base, resilient stair
              treads and risers, all associated accessories, transition strips between resilient
              flooring and other floorings, mock-ups, stair covering, base, fillers, primers,
              adhesives, edge strips, sealers, caulking, floor prep, leveling, minor patching, etc.
          B. Subcontractor accepts all surfaces when work commences unless written notice is
              provided to Morganti in advance.
          C. All surfaces shall be cleaned and suitably prepared prior to installation.

Work Scope 9D:
  1. Carpeting: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including but
      not necessarily limited to:
          A. Carpeting including vinyl coved base, wood base, transition strips, fillers, primers,
             adhesives, edge strips, sealers, caulking, floor prep, leveling, minor patching, etc.
             and all associated accessories.
          B. Subcontractor accepts all surfaces when work commences unless written notice is
             provided to Morganti advance.
          C. All surfaces shall be cleaned and suitably prepared prior to installation

Work Scope 9E:
  1. Acoustical ceiling; Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Suspended acoustical ceiling system including mock-ups, all support channels and
              hangers, clips, edge moldings, stabilizer bars, expansion accessories, caulking of
              wall angle to wall as required, grid, tile, etc.
          B. Include extra materials as required by the contract documents.
          C. Allow for $10,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
              directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.

Work Scope 9G:
  1. Painting: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including but
      not necessarily limited to:
          A. All exterior and interior painting and finishing work including mock-ups, finish coats
             on site precast walls, all interior walls, hard coats in corridors, interior ceilings, doors
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                around windows, steel window frames, dissimilar materials, cabinets, all required
                water repellant coatings, etc.
           B.   The painter accepts all surfaces when work commences unless written notice is
                provided to Morganti in advance.
           C.   Allow for $20,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
                directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
                supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
                original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
           D.   Painting and caulking of all interior wood trim as required.
           E.   Repaint all surrounding existing painted components such as bollards, reveals, etc.

   2. Special Coatings: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
       including but not necessarily limited to:
           A. Specialty coatings and finishing work including mock-ups, all required water repellant
               coatings, texture, etc.
           B. The painter accepts all surfaces when work commences unless written notice is
               provided to Morganti in advance.

Work Scope 10A:
  1. Visual display boards: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Visual display boards including chalkboards, marker boards, tack boards, display
              rails, support systems for visual display boards, sliding visual display units, visual
              display conference units, aluminum frames and trim, chalk trays, map rails, flag
              holders, paper holders, backing and facing sheets, adhesives, etc. and all necessary
              accessories as required by the contract documents and ADA requirements.

   2. Signs: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including but not
       necessarily limited to:
          A. All required fasteners, sealants, caulking, layout, etc. in accordance with contract
             documents and specifications.

   3. Louvers and Vents: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
       including but not necessarily limited to:
           A. All required fasteners, sealants, caulking, layout, etc. in accordance with contract
               documents and specifications.

Work Scope 10B:
  1. Toilet Compartments: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Complete toilet compartments and urinal screens including all required hardware,
              fasteners, sealants, caulking, layout, etc. in accordance with the contract documents.

Work Scope 10C:
  2. Louvers: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including but
      not necessarily limited to:
          A. Fixed extruded aluminum louvers as per the contract documents.
          B. Louvers at walk doors are to be included in the door bid packages 8A.1 and 8A.2.
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Work Scope 10D:
      1.Fire protection Specialities: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this
      scope including but not necessarily limited to Fire Protection Specialities.

Work Scope 10E:
  1. Identifying Devices: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Complete identifying device package including all required signage, plaques,
              marquees, aluminum letters, hardware, fasteners, layout, etc. in accordance with the
              contract documents.

Work Scope 10F:
  1. Toilet and Bath Accessories: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this
      scope including but not necessarily limited to:
         A. Toilet and bath accessories including all required hardware, fasteners, layout, etc. in
             accordance with the contract documents and applicable building/ADA codes.

Work Scope 10G:
  1. Fire Extinguishers and Cabinets: Provide and install all materials and work associated with
      this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Fire extinguishers and cabinets including all required hardware, fasteners, layout,
              hooks, brackets, etc. in accordance with the contract documents and applicable
              building/fire codes.
          B. Provide fire rated cabinets as required at all rated walls.

Work Scope 10H:
  1. Walkway Covers and Canopies; Provide and install all materials and work associated with
      this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Pre-engineered and pre-finished aluminum structure and canopy system including all
              required conduit covers, finishes, etc. as required per the contract documents.
          B. Work must be fully coordinated with work of inter-related trades and sequencing.
          C. Include signed and sealed shop drawings and calculations by Engineer registered in
              the state of Florida.

Work Scope 10K: (Miscellaneous Specialties)
  1. Fume Hoods: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including
      but not necessarily limited to:
          A. All required accessories, hardware, fasteners, layout, engineering, installation, etc. in
              accordance with the contract documents and specifications.

Work Scope 10L:
  1. Rough Cleaning: Provide all labor, materials, supervision and equipment necessary to
      furnish with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Provide necessary services to clean all debris, vacuum carpet flooring, wash VCT
              floor areas, wipe and dust all equipment, cabinets, etc. being worked upon by various
              trades, to include all classroom areas, corridors, mechanical areas etc. in accordance
              with the contract documents and specifications.
          B. Bidder will provide two (2) laborers for the building daily for the duration of the project
              for use by Construction Manager to assist in daily building clean-up and safe work
              space.


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           C. Provide necessary services to move all miscellaneous equipment, cabinets, desks,
              chairs, etc. to an off-site secure warehouse and to reinstall as it was taken to the
              same location and areas as indicated on the contract documents and specifications.
           D. Allow for $10,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
              directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.

Work Scope 10M:
  1. Final Cleaning: Provide all labor, materials, supervision and equipment necessary to furnish
      with this scope including, but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Provide necessary services to clean all debris, vacuum carpet flooring, strip all VCT
              tile of wax, and wax VCT floor areas with four (4) coats of wax as per specifications,
              wipe and dust all equipment, cabinets, wash and clean all interior windows, etc. for
              areas determined by the Construction Manager and in accordance with the contract
              documents and specifications.
          B. Allow for $10,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
              directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.

Work Scope 12A:
  1. Laboratory Caswork: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Remove, protect and re-install all Architectural, institutional and laboratory casework
              including all required field measuring, delivery, offloading, protection, storage,
              hardware (including locks keyed to the owners requirements), laminates, seam fillers,
              caulking (to other casework and finished surfaces), touch-up, protection of casework,
              mock-ups, back splashes, trim, all cut outs for electrical, mechanical & plumbing
              penetrations, etc., in accordance with the contract documents.
          B. Provide all new casework.
          C. Glass work for all casework units is included in this scope.
          D. Complete set of approval drawings with cut sheets is required for approval prior to
              fabrication.

Work Scope 12B:
      1. Window Treatment; Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
         including but not necessarily limited to window blinds. Provide a complete installation
         and upon final clean, remove the protection and wipe clean.

Work Scope 13
  1. Tensioned Fabric Structures; Provide and install all materials and work associated with this
      scope including but not necessarily limited to window blinds. Provide a complete installation
      and upon final clean, remove the protection and wipe clean.

Work Scope 15A:
  2. Plumbing; Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including but
      not necessarily limited to:




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           A. Complete Plumbing scope for entire project including temporary and permanent
                plumbing services and systems (i.e. hot and cold water, sanitary, venting, gas, air,
                acid waste, floor drains, etc.) in accordance with the contract documents.
           A.   Allow for $20,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used
                as directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
                supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
                original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
           B.   Furnish all demolition and salvage all components as scheduled. All water and vent
                lines shall be capped temporarily. All equipment that is scheduled to be turned over
                to the owner shall be suitably prepared and secured and a receipt obtained from the
                owner for Morganti.
           C.   Water valve tags shall be of the plastic type, blue with white lettering, indicating
                valve number, and mechanically attached to valve in some fashion to prevent
                accidental removal or misplacement.
           D.   Exposed piping shall be blue for potable water, green for drain water, red for fire
                service and yellow for gas pipe. Above ceiling add identification on gas pipe
                sleeves.
           E.   Provide any and all necessary dewatering, excavation, backfilling and compaction.
           F.   Piping inside the building, plumbing fixtures, plumbing equipment and components,
                pipe hangers and supports, valves, thermometers, pressure gauges, thermal
                insulation, plumbing piping, and protective covers for plumbing piping as required by
                ADA/FAC.
           G.   Provide certified water testing of the water lines after they have been flushed.
           H.   Exterior and interior drinking fountains with piping and connections including deep
                excavation as required for a fully compliant and complete installation.
           I.   Permits, disinfections, testing, insulation, identification, corrosion and vibration
                isolation, specialties, pumps, accessories, sleeves, cutting and patching, furnish and
                install all access doors, associated tie-ins, record drawing transparencies, and all
                closeout documents, etc.
           J.   Plumbing connections of items furnished by others (i.e. kitchen equipment, fume
                hoods, laboratory equipment, casework, etc.)
           K.   Installation and removal of all temporary piping and connections on the site and at
                the Construction Managers trailer compound.
           L.   Disconnect and re-connect all fixtures as scheduled for removal and reuse.
           M.   Work must be fully coordinated with other trades for a complete and compliant
                system.
           N.   Materials and necessary equipment to retain the integrity of fire rated construction
                by maintaining an effective barrier against the spread of flames, smoke and gases.
           O.   Fire-safeing, insulation, caulking and other necessary materials for penetrations, for
                the work of this scope, shall be furnished and installed for all smoke, fire rated and
                sound partitions, floors and other assemblies.
           P.   The subcontractor shall repair and patch all sprayed on fireproofing removed as a
                result of installing materials of this work scope. In addition, all overhead materials
                installed prior to spray on fire proofing shall be covered with plastic by this
                subcontractor. The plastic shall be removed, and fireproofing cleaned up and
                disposed of by the subcontractor.
           Q.   Furnish and install temporary water and sewer lines to the temporary laboratory
                building. Remove the connections when authorized by the superintendent.
           R.   Repair the existing damaged cleanouts as required.
           S.   Include water slam arrestors as required.



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Work Scope 15B:
  1. Mechanical/HVAC: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope
      including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Mechanical, HVAC and refrigeration/chiller systems/equipment for entire project
              including any necessary dewatering, temporary and permanent HVAC services,
              control systems and all electrical interfacing for entire Systems, all materials and
              equipment associated with providing EMCS (Energy Management & Control System),
              hangers and supports, valves, thermometers, pressure gauges, thermal insulation,
              vibration insulation, hydronic piping, refrigeration piping system, gas piping, air
              piping, vacuum piping, HVAC pumps, fume hood connection, equipment venting
              connection, condensing units, water chillers, split package AC equipment, exhaust
              fans, ductwork, low pressure, flexible ductwork, central station AHU, fire dampers
              and low voltage connections, air distribution equipment, heating terminals,
              temperature control and terminal units.
          B. Allow for $40,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used as
              directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
          C. Provide all required demolition and temporary filters on all equipment that will be
              remain operational thru construction.
          D. Mechanical and architectural louvers/vents, access doors, blank-off panels, cutting
              and patching, vents, fire damper louvers for doors, layout, supports, anchors,
              direction for concrete equipment pads provided by the concrete subcontractor,
              testing, flushing, insulation, identification, roof penetration materials, curbs, valves,
              piping, accessories, specialties, equipment starters (installed by electrical sub), install
              duct detectors to be provided and wired by the electrician, corrosion isolation.
          E. Protect all equipment and installation throughout the duration of construction from all
              other ongoing activities.
          F. Furnish and install the Laboratory Fume Hoods per Section 10950.
          G. VAVs shall be marked with tags of the plastic type, black with white lettering,
              indicating VAV box number, and mechanically attached in some fashion to each box
              to prevent accidental removal or misplacement.
          H. Excavation, backfilling, and compaction, sleeves, boiler/water heater flue piping,
              signs, record drawing transparencies.
          I. Materials and necessary equipment to retain the integrity of fire rated construction by
              maintaining an effective barrier against the spread of flames, smoke and gases.
          J. Fire safeing, insulation, caulking and other necessary materials for penetrations, of
              the work of this scope, shall be furnished and installed for all smoke, fire rated and
              sound partitions, floors and other assemblies.
          K. The subcontractor shall repair and patch all sprayed on fireproofing removed as a
              result of installing materials of this work scope. In addition, all overhead materials
              installed prior to spray on fire proofing shall be covered with plastic by this
              subcontractor. The plastic shall be removed, and fireproofing cleaned up and
              disposed of by the subcontractor.
          L. All required intake ventilators are to be impact and wind rated for 140 mph and 180
              mph.
          M. Coordinate all electrical connections with the electrical contractor and the Morganti
              Superintendent.




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           N. Coordinate all roof openings with the Morganti Superintendent and the roofing
                contractor.
           O. Coordinate all above the ceiling requirements with the Morganti Superintendent and
                the ceiling contractor.
           P. Include all testing and balancing as an Alternate Price.

Work Scope16A:
  1. Electrical: Provide and install all materials and work associated with this scope including but
      not necessarily limited to:
           A. Electrical power distribution at all building interior and exterior areas including
              switchgear, panel boards, conduit, wiring, surge suppression, disconnects, fixtures,
              site lighting, canopy lighting, chiller systems, emergency generator system, fire
              sprinkler system, fire alarm system, communication systems (voice, data, audio,
              video, sound/intercom), security/access system, emergency management system,
              lightning protection/ground system as described in the construction documents.
           B. Allow for $40,000 extra cost in the proposal for extra labor and material to be used
              as directed by the Morganti Project Manager. Provide standard labor rates with
              supervision included and markup for materials. This will not be included in the
              original contract and will be authorized in change orders per the contract.
           C. Provide all demolition as required and keep all circuits safe. All cables shall be
              investigated to determine their current use and re-routed as required by the
              Superintendent.
           D. Provide a complete temporary electrical power needed to support field office trailers
              for the CM, Owner and Architect.
           E. Furnish and install temporary power to the temporary laboratory classrooms. The
              temporary cables shall be removed at the end of the project at the direction of the
              Superintendent.
           F. Excavation/trenching, dewatering, conduit, wiring and connection of all equipment
              (drinking fountains, kitchen equipment, etc) installed by others and other items
              provided by others requiring electrical mounting and connection (starters, duct
              detectors, thermostats, etc.) including site conduit and control wiring for chiller
              system.
           G. Wiring of smoke detectors and connecting them to fire alarm system.
           H. Remove and re-install the existing lightning protection system where the cap
              flashing is removed. Provide all necessary devices required for the re-installation
              per UL. Bond new roof equipment to the existing system.
           I. Fire alarm systems shall included wiring, connecting, testing, manual stations,
              access doors, detectors, duct detectors, signal equipment, controls, surge
              protection, and devices, etc. The fire alarm system shall meet all state requirements,
              Federal Americans with Disability Act (ADA) requirements and the requirements of
              the owner.
           J. Any and all system boards shall be mounted to walls.
           K. Furnish and install all conduit and 110VAC power for owner’s security cameras and
              access control system.
           L. All communication conduit runs to street front.
           M. Conduit and wiring from buildings will run to utility company transformers. Utility
              company will supply and install transformers, and conduit and wiring from street
              front to transformers.
           N. Furnishing and installing access doors where required for electrical work.




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           O. Site lighting pole wind load calculations and final site photometric testing with
                certified letter signed and sealed by a State of Florida Engineer.
           P. Coordinate the hook up of temporary electrical service with the local power
                company. Temporary electrical service is to be metered.
           Q. Installation and removal of all temporary power and lighting at buildings under
             construction, to temporary trailers and to irrigation well. Temporary electric to be
             adequate enough to support all construction activities as well as the trailer
             compound.
          R. All interior and exterior existing lighting scheduled to remain shall be tested and
             lamps replaced as required.
          S. Telecommunication Bonding per Section 17450
          T. Provide a complete data and telephone package needed to support field office
             trailers for the CM, Owner and Architect.
          U. Materials and necessary equipment to retain the integrity of fire rated construction
             by maintaining an effective barrier against the spread of flames, smoke and gases.
          V. Fire safeing, insulation, caulking and other necessary materials for penetrations, of
             the work of this scope, shall be furnished and installed for all smoke, fire rated and
             sound partitions, floors and other assemblies.
          W. The subcontractor shall repair and patch all sprayed on fireproofing removed as a
             result of installing materials of this work scope. In addition, all overhead materials
             installed prior to spray on fire proofing shall be covered with plastic by this
             subcontractor. The plastic shall be removed, and fire proofing cleaned up and
             disposed of by the subcontractor.
Work Scope 16B:
  1. Fire Detection & Alarm System: Provide and install all materials, equipment, supervision and
      work associated with this scope including but not necessarily limited to:
          A. Fire Detection & Alarm System including design and permitting as necessary to
             facilitate a complete and code compliant operational system in accordance with the
             contract documents and specifications.
          B. Provide all new detection devices, monitors, alarms, strobes, horns, etc. as outlined
             in contract documents and specifications.
          C. All installation shall be tested per the regulating authority until certified.
          D. Work must be fully coordinated with other trades for a complete and compliant
             system.
          E. The subcontractor shall be trained and certified by manufacturer in fire alarm system
             design.
          F. Provide device address listing, and coordinate with final system programming.
                                           END OF SECTION




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                                              SECTION 00300

                                           FORM OF PROPOSAL


TO:             The Morganti Group, Inc.

FOR:            Hillsborough Community College Brandon Campus Renovation and New Entry Gate
                10414 E. Columbus Dr. Tampa, FL 33619


BIDDER:
                        Name of Firm Submitting Bid


                        Contact Person


                        Street Address


                        City/State/Zip


                        Phone Number


                        License Number

BID DATE:               November 25, 2008 – Sealed Bid – No Later Than – 2:00 P.M.

The undersigned, as bidder, proposes and agrees, if this proposal is accepted, to contract with The Morganti
Group, Inc., in the form of subcontract specified to complete the work in accordance with all contract
documents to the satisfaction of The Morganti Group, Inc., and District Board of Trustees of Hillsborough
County Community College with a definite understanding that no money will be allowed for extra work except
as set forth and allowed by the Subcontract Agreement and the Contract Documents.

Subcontract acknowledges and agrees to hold pricing of this proposal for at least 90 days from bid date.

Addendum Receipt: Bidders shall acknowledge below the receipt of any and all addenda, if any, to the plans
and specifications, listing the addenda by number or letter designation and date:

Addendum __________ Date _______________ Addendum __________ Date _______________

Addendum __________ Date _______________ Addendum __________ Date _______________

Addendum __________ Date _______________ Addendum __________ Date _______________

Addendum __________ Date _______________ Addendum __________ Date _______________




                                           FORM OF PROPOSAL



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Subcontractor acknowledges that this Proposal includes all costs to provide the minimum insurance
requirements indicated in Article 5 and on Exhibit C of the Subcontract Agreement.
Subcontractor acknowledges that evidence of insurance and copies of the endorsements required to be
submitted upon award of a contract and prior to start of work.

Provide name, address, and telephone number of surety that will issue Performance Bond and Labor and
Material Payment Bond. Cost of Bond to be included in Base Bid amount for bids exceeding $200,000.


Name:           _______________________________________

Address:        _______________________________________

                _______________________________________

City/State/Zip: _______________________________________

Telephone:      _______________________________________


WMBE/SBE        _______________________________________


Subcontractors shall list voluntary Value Engineering suggestions.
(Attach additional sheet if necessary):


1.                                                                       $

2.                                                                       $

3.                                                                       $

4.                                                                       $




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                                     FORM OF PROPOSAL

Base Bid Number One (1):

Work Scope Package Number and Description:__________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________


Base Bid Number One (1) Amount:
_______________________________________________________________$_______________
(Price in words)                                                              (Dollars)

Payment & Performance Bond Amount (Add to base bid if bond is required):

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Base Bid Number Two (2) Amount:

Work Scope Package Number and Description: _________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________


Base Bid Number Two (2) Amount:

_______________________________________________________________$_______________
(Price in words)                                                              (Dollars)

Payment & Performance Bond Amount (Add to base bid if bond is required):

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)




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                                     FORM OF PROPOSAL

Alternate #1:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Alternate #2:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Alternate #3:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Alternate #4:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Alternate #5:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Alternate #6:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)

Alternate #7:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________
(Price in words)                                                       (Dollars)



Unit Prices:

______________________________________________________________________$_________________

______________________________________________________________________$_________________

______________________________________________________________________$_________________

______________________________________________________________________$_________________

______________________________________________________________________$_________________

______________________________________________________________________$_________________




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                                           FORM OF PROPOSAL


The undersigned, as Bidder, hereby declares that the only person or persons interested in the proposal as
principal or principals is, or are, named herein and that no other person than herein mentioned has any interest
in the proposal or in the contract to be entered into, that this proposal is made without connection with any
other person, company or parties making a bid or proposal; and that it is in all respects fair and in good faith,
without collusion or fraud.

The Bidder further declares that he has examined the site of the work and has become thoroughly familiar with
all conditions pertaining to the places where the work is to be done; that he has examined the plans and
specifications for the work and contractual documents relative thereto, and has read all special provisions
furnished prior to the opening of bids; that he has been satisfied relative to the work to be performed.

The Bidder further declares that he has examined the insurance requirements and has read all special
provisions furnished prior to the opening of bids; that he has been satisfied relative to the work to be
performed.

RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED,


                Firm Name                                                  Seal


                Signed                                                     Date


                Printed Name


                Title




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                                         FORM OF PROPOSAL


                                       REPLACE THIS PAGE

                                          WITH A COPY OF

                                      YOUR STATE LICENSE

                                                 AND/OR

                              CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY


The State of Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board requires a State License to perform any work in the
following areas:

General Contractor                  Plumbing Contractor                      Electrical Contractor
Mechanical Contractor               Solar Water Heater Contractor            Prof. Engineer & Land Surv.
Sheet Metal Contractor              Underground Utility Contractor
Roofing Contractor                  Asbestos Contractor
Air Conditioning Contractor         Gypsum Drywall Contractor

The Special Act, Chapter 67-1876, Laws of Florida requires a Certificate of Competency to bid, contract or
perform any work in the following areas:

General                         Fabric Awnings                   Reinforcing Steel
Building                        Fence                            Roof Deck
Residential                     Garage Doors                     Roofing
Plumbing                        Glass & Glazing                  Septic Tank
Electrical                      Gunite                           Sheet Metal
HVAC                            High Pressure Gas Pipelines      Sign - Electrical
Acoustical Ceilings             Hurricane Shutter/Awning         Sign - Non Electric
A/C - Commercial                Insulation                       Structural Steel
A/C - Residential               Irrigation Sprinkler             Swimming Pool Construction
Aluminum Specialties            Marine                           Swimming Pool Maintenance & Repair
Burglar Alarm - Limited         Masonry                          Swimming Pool Plastering
Communications & Sound          Painting                         Tennis Courts
Concrete Forming & Placing      Paver Brick                      Tile, Terrazzo & Marble
Decorative Metal                Paving - Commercial              TV Antenna & Satellite Dish
Demolition                      Paving - Residential             Underground/Overhead Transmission
Dredging & Land Filling         Plastering                       Underground Utilities
Drywall                         Pre-Stressed Pre-Cast Conc.      Window & Door




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                                                         SECTION 00500

                                        The Morganti Group, Inc. - Tampa
                                          SUBCONTRACT AGREEMENT
THIS SUBCONTRACT, made this «Day» day of «Month», 200, by and between Morganti, 1725 ½ 7th Ave East Suite 3, Tampa, Fl 33605
(Hereinafter "Contractor") and «Company», «Address», «City», «State», «PostalCode», ATTN.: «FirstName» «LastName», PHONE
«WorkPhone», FAX «FaxPhone» (Hereinafter "Subcontractor")

                                                                     WITNESSETH:

    WHEREAS Contractor and Hillsborough Community College (Hereinafter 'Owner') have entered into a contract dated 3/18/2008 for
the Construction of, Hillsborough CC - Brandon Campus , in 38 Columbus Dr., Tampa FL 33606 (Hereinafter 'Project') according to the
Contract Documents listed in Exhibit A attached hereto (hereinafter 'Contract Documents') and
     WHEREAS, Contractor desires to subcontract certain work specified in the Contract Documents, and Subcontractor desires to
perform said work at the prices and upon the terms and conditions hereinafter expressed:
    NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual agreements herein expressed, the parties do contract as follows:


1. SUBCONTRACTOR'S WORK
  a. Subcontractor shall perform all work and shall furnish all supervision, labor, materials, plant, scaffolding, tools, equipment,
  supplies and all other things necessary for the construction and completion of the work described in Exhibit B and work incidental
  thereto, in strict accordance and full compliance with the terms of this Subcontract, and to the satisfaction of Contractor and Owner
  b. In respect of work covered by this Subcontract. Subcontractor shall have all rights, which Contractor has under the Contract
  Documents, and Subcontractor shall assume all obligations, risks and responsibilities which Contractor has assumed towards
  Owner in the Contract Documents.

2. PAYMENT
  a. Contractor shall pay Subcontractor for performance of the work subject to additions and deductions by change order the total sum of:
            $0.00
  b. Partial payments shall be due Subcontractor in the amount of 90% of the work in place, and for which payment has been made to
  Contractor by Owner. If the Contract Documents allow Contractor partial payments for stored materials, partial payments shall also
  be due Subcontractor in the amount of 90% of stored materials for which payment has been made to Contractor by Owner
  Subcontractor shall submit a breakdown of the total Subcontract price. In the event Contractor disapproves said breakdown,
  Contractor shall establish a reasonable breakdown which shall serve as the basis for partial payments.
  c. Partial payments shall be due on or about the 5th day of the month following receipt of payment from Owner by Contractor. No
  partial payment made under this Subcontract shall be considered an acceptance of the work in whole or in part. All material and
  work covered by partial payments shall become the property of Contractor or if the Contract Documents so provide, the property of
  Owner; however, this provision shall not relieve Subcontractor from the sole responsibility and liability for all work and materials
  upon which payments have been made until final acceptance thereof by Owner.
  d. After the first partial payment hereunder, and as a condition precedent to further partial payments, Subcontractor shall submit
  with each subsequent application for payment evidence satisfactory to Contractor or Owner that all obligations connected with
  Subcontractor's performance have been satisfied. Including but not limited to a partial release and waiver of payment bond rights
  and waiver and release of lien upon progress payment in a form acceptable to Contractor or Owner.
  e. Subcontractor shall insure that all sub-subcontractors; employees and suppliers, at all times, are paid all amounts due in
  connection with the performance of the Subcontract. Subcontractor shall not use any payment received by Subcontractor from
  Contractor for any purpose other than to satisfy indebtedness incurred in the performance of this Subcontract. Contractor shall have
  the right to at any time contact the Subcontractor's sub-subcontractors and suppliers for the purpose of verifying that
  Subcontractor's payment obligations are being met. In the event Contractor has reason to believe the Subcontractor is not fulfilling
  its payment obligations, Contractor may take any steps necessary to insure that progress payments are utilized to pay such
  obligations, including, but not limited to, the right to withhold out of subsequent progress payments a reasonable amount to protect
  Contractor from any and all claims, loss or damage, including attorney's fees arising out of any claim or lien, until Subcontractor
  submits evidence satisfactory to Contractor that all previous amounts owed in connection with the performance of this Subcontract,
  or any other contractual arrangements between the parties have been paid. Subcontractor shall also immediately reimburse
  Contractor for any amounts paid, including costs and attorney's fees by Contractor or under Contractor's payment bond, if any, in
  connection with this Subcontract caused by Subcontractor's failure to make payments as provided in this paragraph.
  f. Subcontractor expressly agrees that payment by the Owner to the Contractor for any work performed by the Subcontractor is a
  condition precedent to any payment by the Contractor to the Subcontractor and that the Contractor is under no obligation to make
  partial and final payments to the Subcontractor as provided in this paragraph 2 until and unless the Contractor has been paid by the
  Owner. Subcontractor further agrees that the liability of the surety on Contractor's payment bond, if any, for payment to the
  Subcontractor is subject to the same conditions precedent as are applicable to the Contractor's liability for payment to the
  Subcontractor.
  g. Final payment shall be made after Subcontractor's work has been accepted by Owner, satisfactory proof of payment of all amount




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  owed by Subcontractor in connection with this Subcontract has been provided, the entire Project is complete, a final release and final
  waiver of payment bond rights and waiver and release of lien upon final payment has been furnished and Contractor has been paid in
  full for the entire Project.

3. SUBCONTRACTOR'S INVESTIGATIONS AND REPRESENTATIONS
  a. Subcontractor represents that it is fully qualified to perform this Subcontract, and acknowledges that prior to the execution of this
  Subcontract, it has (a) by its own independent investigation ascertained (i) the work required by this Subcontract, (ii) the conditions
  involved in performing the work, and (iii) the obligations of this Subcontract and the Contract Documents: and (b) verified all
  information furnished by Contractor or others satisfying itself as to the correctness and accuracy of that information.

4. SUBCONTRACTOR'S LIABILITY
   a. Subcontractor hereby assumes the entire responsibility and liability for all work, supervision, labor and materials provided
   hereunder, whether or not erected in place, and for all plant, scaffolding, tools equipment, supplies and other things provided by
   Subcontractor until final acceptance of the work by Owner. In the event of any loss, damage or destruction thereof from any cause,
   Subcontractor shall be liable therefore, and shall repair, rebuild and make good said loss, damage or destruction at Subcontractor's
   cost.
   b. Subcontractor shall be liable to Contractor for all costs Contractor incurs as a result of Subcontractor's failure to perform this
   Subcontract in accordance with its terms. Subcontractor's failure to perform shall include the failure of its suppliers and/or
   subcontractors of any tier to perform. Subcontractor's liability shall include, but not be limited to (1) damages and other delay
   costs payable by Contractor to Owner; (2) Contractor's increased costs of performance, such as extended overhead and
   increased performance costs resulting from Subcontractor-caused delays or improper Subcontractor work; (3) warranty and
   rework costs; (4) liability to third parties; and (5) attorney's fees and related costs.
   c. Further, Subcontractor, shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Contractor (including its affiliates, parents and subsidiaries),
   Owner and Architect, and all of their agents and employees from and against all claims, damages, loss and expense, including, but
   not limited to, attorney's fee, arising out of or resulting from the performance of the Subcontractor's work attributable to bodily injury,
   sickness, disease or death, or to injury or destruction of tangible property, including the loss of use resulting there from, to the extent
   caused in whole or in any part by any negligent act or omission of the Subcontractor or anyone directly or indirectly employed by the
   Subcontractor or anyone for whose acts the Subcontractor may be liable, regardless of whether it is caused in part by a party
   indemnified hereunder.
   d. In the event that Subcontractor or any of its agents, employees, suppliers, or lower-tier subcontractors utilize any machinery,
   equipment, tools, scaffolding, hoists, lifts or similar items belonging to or under the control of Contractor, Subcontractor shall be
   liable to Contractor for any loss or damage (including personal injury or death) which may arise from such use, except where such
   loss or damage shall be due solely to the negligence of Contractor's employees operating Contractor-owned or leased equipment..
   e. Contractor is hereby given the right to withhold amounts otherwise due under this Subcontract or any other contractual
   arrangement between the parties to cover any costs or liability Contractor has incurred or may incur for which Subcontractor may
   be responsible hereunder.
   f. Subcontractor's assumption of liability is independent from, and not limited in any manner by, the Subcontractor's insurance
   coverage obtained pursuant to Article 5, or otherwise.

5. SUBCONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE
   a. At all times during the term of this Subcontract, Subcontractor agrees to procure and maintain in effect, at its own expense, and to
   require that all lower tier subcontractors maintain, all insurance coverage's required by the Contract Documents and this
   Subcontract. At a minimum, the types of insurance and minimum policy limits are specified in Exhibit C shall be maintained. In
   addition an endorsement from the insurer must be provided for any changes made to the policies listed on the subcontractor's
   insurance certificate in order to comply with the requirements of this subcontract as indicated in the section titled 'Description of
   Operations/Locations/Vehicles/Special Items' of Exhibit C and item j of this article.
   b. All insurance required by this Subcontract or the Contract Documents shall be obtained through companies approved by
   Contractor, shall be written on standard ISO forms, and shall be made available to Contractor for inspection upon request. All
   exclusions or exceptions to the coverage afforded under the standard coverage form(s) which is contrary to Exhibit C, shall be fully
   disclosed to Contractor otherwise the policy will have deemed to have been amended to comply.
   c. No insurance required by this Subcontract or the Contract Documents shall be procured or obtained through 'surplus lines'
   insurers, or insurers who are not duly admitted to transact the business of insurance in either the State where the work or
   operations are to be performed, or the State in which this contract is made, without Contractor's written consent.
   d. Compliance by Subcontractor with all terms of this Article shall be deemed a condition precedent to the formation of this
   Subcontract and no work or operations hereunder may be commenced until such condition is met. Furthermore, Contractor hereby
   specifically reserves the right to rescind or terminate this Subcontract at any time, if Contractor determines that Subcontractor has
   not complied with the requirements of this Article. Prior to commencing the work the Subcontractor shall procure all insurance
   coverage's and during the term of the subcontract the Subcontractor shall maintain all insurance coverage's as described in Exhibit
   C. Subcontractor shall maintain insurance, at his own expense, until final acceptance of the work inclusive of the warranty period.
   The insurers shall have an A or better rating according to the latest version of A.M. Best.
   e. To the fullest extent permitted by law, Subcontractor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Contractor and any other person or
   entity designated by the Contract Documents, their parent, subsidiary and affiliated companies, and their respective officers,
   directors, employees, insurers, agents and representatives (hereinafter referred to 'Indemnities') against all claims, demands,
   actions, suits, losses, damages, liabilities, costs and/or expenses of every kind and nature (including, but not limited to, court costs,
   litigation expenses and attorneys fees) and all recoverable interest thereon, incurred by or sought to be imposed on Indemnities
   because of injury (including death) or damage to property (including loss of use thereof) (whether real, personal, or inchoate),
   arising out of or in any way related (whether causally or otherwise) to:



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         1) the performance of operations, attempted performance, failure to perform, or work under this Subcontract or the Contract
         Documents by Subcontractor or anyone directly or indirectly employed by them or anyone for whose acts they may be liable;
         2) the condition or use of the premises on which said operations of work are being performed;
         3) the condition, use or failure to use, by any person or entity, of any tools, supplies, material, equipment or vehicles
         (whether owned or supplied by Contractor, Subcontractor, or any other person or entity) in connection with said work or
         operations;
         4) the furnishing of, or failure to furnish, first aid facilities, supplies, treatment or care to any employee, agent or
         representative of Subcontractor, its lower tier subcontractors, suppliers, vendors or any other person acting by or of
         Subcontractor; ;
         5) the mere presence on the premises, of Subcontractor, its employees, lower tier subcontractors, suppliers, vendors or any
         other person acting by or on behalf of Subcontractor. This indemnity shall apply, whether or not any such injury or damage has
         been, or is alleged to have been, caused in whole or in part by the negligence or fault of any Indemnity. Subcontractor further
         agrees to defend (at the election of any Indemnity) against any claim, demand, action or suit for which indemnification is
         provided hereunder.
  f. Subcontractor agrees that the indemnification given herein shall be:
         1) limited to the amount of loss suffered by the Indemnified Party or One Million Dollars per occurrence, whichever is less,
         which amount is stipulated by the parties to bear a reasonable commercial relationship to this Subcontract;
         2) deemed part of the Project Specifications and/or Bid Documents;
         3) Fully comply with FLORIDA STATUTES CHAPTER 725.06. In the event that this Subcontract is in connection with a public
         agency's project, Subcontractor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless Contractor and all other parties designated by the
         Contract Documents as allowed under FLORIDA STATUTES CHAPTER 725.06.(2).
  g. In the event that any claim, demand, action or suit arising out of this Subcontract is brought against Contractor, in which it is
  alleged that any claimed loss or damage was the result of the sole or intentional wrongdoing, negligence or omission by Contractor,
  Subcontractor shall nevertheless be required to fulfill its obligations to defend Contractor against said claim. However, if, after either
  a bona fide trial and exhaustion of all appeals, it is judicially determined that said loss was, in fact, the result of sole or intentional
  wrongdoing by Contractor or, if Contractor should otherwise so agree, then the indemnity provided for herein shall not apply and
  Contractor shall reimburse Subcontractor for any and all attorney's fees, expenses and/or court costs incurred in defending
  Contractor against said claim or suit.
  h. In the event that any party is requested but wrongfully refuses to honor the indemnity hereunder, then the party indemnifying
  shall in addition to all other obligations pay the cost of bringing any such action, including corresponding attorney's fees to the party
  requesting indemnity.
  Prior to commencing the work the Subcontractor shall procure all insurance coverage's and during the term of the subcontract the
  Subcontractor shall maintain all insurance coverage's as described in Exhibit C and attached hereto.
  i. Compliance by Subcontractor with the terms of this Article shall in no manner lessen or affect any other obligations created by
  this agreement, including but not limited to, Subcontractor's indemnification obligations set forth below. If any part of this
  agreement is found to be invalid, the remainder is not affected.
  j. The insurance coverage provided shall be endorsed to:
         1) state that The Morganti Group, Inc., the Owner, the Architect and any other party indicated on Exhibit C and/or the
         Contract Documents are additional insureds on all policies except for workers compensation;
         2) state that it is primary and non-contributing with respect to any and all other insurance that may be available to Contractor
         and any other person or entity required by the Contract Documents to be named as additional insured;
         3) include waivers of subrogation in favor of The Morganti Group, Inc., and any additional insureds required by the Contract
         Documents, and their respective insurers;
         4) Provide Contractual Liability Coverage.
  k. If subcontractor's Experience Modifier Rating (EMR) exceeds 1.05, Subcontractor must submit to Contractor a monthly written
  jobsite safety report with respect to Subcontractor's work, in an acceptable form, from an independent safety consultant, unless
  Subcontractor has intermittent work with a duration of two months or less.

6. TIME OF PERFORMANCE
   a. Subcontractor will proceed with the work in a prompt and diligent manner, in accordance with Contractor's schedule as
   reasonably amended from time to time. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE. Subcontractor shall be entitled to additional compensation
   for compliance with schedule amendments only to the extent, if any, that the Contract Documents entitle Contractor to
   reimbursement. Contractor shall not be liable to Subcontractor for any damages resulting from delays caused by any entity.
   Subcontractor expressly agrees that apart from recovery from said entity, Subcontractor's exclusive remedy for delay shall be an
   extension of the time for performance of the Subcontractor's work.
   b. If requested by Contractor, Subcontractor shall submit a detailed schedule for performance of the Subcontract, in a form
   acceptable to Contractor, which shall comply with all scheduling requirements of the Contract Documents and with Article
   6a. above.
   c. Subcontractor will coordinate its work with the work of Contractor, other Subcontractors, and Owner's other builders, if any,
   so no delays or interference will occur in the completion of any part or all of the Project.
   d. If the Contract Documents provide for liquidated damages, or if Contractor shall be held liable to Owner for delays beyond the
   project completion date, then Subcontractor shall be liable to Contractor for the proportionate share of such damages resulting from
   delays caused by Subcontractor.

7. CHANGES AND CLAIMS
   a. Contractor may, at any time, unilaterally or by agreement with Subcontractor, and without notice to the sureties, make changes in




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  the work covered by this Subcontract. Any unilateral order, or agreement, under this Article 7a. shall be in writing. Subcontractor
  shall perform the work as changed without delay, provided Subcontractor has received a written order from Contractor to proceed
  with the changed work, unless an emergency requires Subcontractor to proceed without a written order. In the event Contractor and
  Subcontractor cannot agree upon the addition or deletion to the Subcontract price or time caused by such change, the
  Subcontractor shall proceed with the work under protest and the value of the work will be determined pursuant to paragraph 7.b. or
  7.c. as appropriate.
  b. Subcontractor shall submit in writing to Contractor all claims for adjustment in the Subcontract price or schedule for which the
  Owner is liable in the manner provided in the Contract Documents for like claims by Contractor against Owner. Such claims must be
  submitted by Subcontractor to Contractor at least three days prior to the time Contractor is required by the Contract Documents to
  submit claims to Owner, otherwise such claims shall be waived. Contractor shall process such claims according to the provisions of
  the Contract Documents and Contractor's liability to Subcontractor for such claims is limited to any adjustment which shall be made
  by Owner to Contractor's contract on account of Subcontractor's claim.
  c. Subcontractor shall submit in writing to Contractor all claims, including estimated cost of any such claim, included in paragraph
  7.b., within five days of the beginning of the event for which claim is made; otherwise such claims will be waived. For any extra
  work performed on a 'time and material' basis, Subcontractor shall submit, at the end of each work day, time slips and material
  tickets, signed by Contractor's Project Superintendent, for any work performed that day on that extra work. All unresolved claims
  shall be resolved in a court of competent jurisdiction.

8. SUBCONTRACTOR'S FAILURE TO PERFORM
   a. If, in the opinion of Contractor, Subcontractor shall at any time:
           1) refuse or fail to provide sufficient properly skilled workmen or materials of the proper quality;
           2) fail in any respect to prosecute the work according to the current schedule;
           3) cause, by any action or omission, the stoppage, or delay of or interference with the work of Contractor or of any
           other builder or subcontractor, or;
           4) fail to comply with all provisions of this Subcontract or the Contract Documents, then after serving three (3) days' written
           notice, unless the condition specified in such notice shall have been eliminated within such three (3) days, the Contractor may
           at its option (i) without voiding the other provisions of the subcontract and without notice to the sureties, take such steps as are
           necessary to over come the condition, in which case the Subcontractor shall be liable to Contractor for the cost thereof, or (ii)
           terminate the Subcontract for default. In the event of termination for default, Contractor may, at its option, (1) enter on the
           premises and take possession, for the purpose of completing the work, of all materials and equipment of Subcontractor (2)
           require Subcontractor to assign to Contractor any or all of its subcontract or purchase orders involving the project, or (3)
           complete the work either by itself or through others, by whatever method Contractor may deem expedient. In case of
           termination for default, Subcontractor shall not be entitled to receive any further payment until the work shall be fully completed
           and accepted by Owner. At such time, if the unpaid balance of the price to be paid shall exceed the expense incurred by
           Contractor, such excess shall be paid by Contractor to Subcontractor. If such amount due Contractor shall exceed such unpaid
           balance, then Subcontractor shall pay Contractor the difference within five (5) business days following demand by Contractor.
           Subcontractor shall pay all reasonable costs of collection, including a reasonable attorney's fee, if any.
   b. If Contractor wrongfully exercises any option under Article 8.a. (i) or (ii) above, such exercise shall be deemed a Termination
   for Convenience and the Subcontractor compensated as provided for in Article 13 hereof.

9. SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
    a. In case of any dispute between Contractor and Subcontractor, due to any action by Owner or involving the Contract Documents.
    Subcontractor agrees to be bound to Contractor to the same extent that Contractor is bound to Owner, by the terms of the Contract
    Documents, and by any and all preliminary and final decisions or determinations made there under by the party, board or court so
    authorized in the Contract Documents or by law, whether or not Subcontractor is a party to such proceedings. In case of such
    dispute, Subcontractor will comply with all provisions of the Contract Documents allowing a reasonable time for Contractor to
    analyze and forward to Owner any required communications or documentation. Contractor will, at its option:
          1) present to Owner, in Contractor's name, or;
          2) authorize Subcontractor to present to Owner in contractor's name, all of Subcontractor's claims and answer Owner's claims
          involving Subcontractor's work, whenever Contractor is permitted to do so by the terms of the Contract Documents. If such
          dispute is prosecuted or defended by Contractor, Subcontractor agrees to furnish all documents, statements, witnesses, and
          other information required, and to pay or reimburse Contractor for all costs incurred in connection therewith. The Subcontract
          price shall be adjusted by Subcontractor's allocable share determined in accordance with Article 7 hereof.
    b. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Subcontract (including without limitation paragraph 1.b.) or the Contract Documents
    to the contrary, no dispute or claim of any nature arising out of or relating to this Subcontract will be subject to arbitration.

10. WARRANTY
      Subcontractor warrants its work hereunder to Contractor on the same terms, and for the same period, as Contractor warrants the
    work to Owner under the Contract Documents; and with respect to Subcontractor's work, Subcontractor shall perform all warranty
    obligations and responsibilities assumed by Contractor under the Contract Documents.

11. LIENS
    a. In the event that liens or claims against the Contractor or the Contractor's Surety Bond are filled by anyone in relation to the labor
    and/or material being furnished by Subcontractor, Subcontractor agrees to have the same discharged, by posting a bond with the
    appropriate authorities, or otherwise, within five (5) days of notice. In the event such lien or claims against the Contractor or the
    Contractor's Surety Bond is not so discharged, Contractor shall have the right to discharge said lien or claims against the Contractor




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   or the Contractor's Surety Bond and recover from Subcontractor all costs associated therewith as provided in paragraph 2.e.
   b. Prior to final payment, Subcontractor shall provide to Contractor a release of its liens and claims and all liens and claims
   of all persons furnishing labor and/or materials for the performance of this Subcontract, and satisfactory evidence that
   there are no other liens or claims whatsoever outstanding against the work.

12. INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
      Subcontractor shall provide appropriate facilities at all reasonable times for inspection by Contractor or Owner of the work and
    materials provided under this Subcontract, whether at the Project site or at any place where such work or materials may be in
    preparation, manufacture, storage, or installation. Subcontractor shall promptly replace or correct any work or materials which
    Contractor or Owner shall reject as failing to conform to the requirements of this Subcontract. The work shall be accepted according
    to the terms of the Contract Documents. However, unless otherwise agreed in writing, entrance and use by Owner or Contractor
    shall not constitute acceptance of the work.

13. TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE
      Contractor shall have the right to terminate this Subcontract for convenience, if there is a termination of Contractor's contract
    with Owner, by providing Subcontractor with a written notice of termination, to be effective upon receipt by Subcontractor. If the
    Subcontract is terminated for convenience, the Subcontractor shall be paid the amount representing costs, which are due from
    the Owner for its work, as provided in the Contract Documents, after payment therefore by the Owner to Contractor.

14. APPROVALS
    a. Subcontractor shall deliver to Contractor copies of shop drawings, cuts, samples and material lists required by Contractor or the
    Contract Documents and in accordance with the Contract Documents within sufficient time so as not to delay performance of the
    Project and within the time stated in the Contract Documents. Notwithstanding any general approval granted by Contractor or
    Owner, all work shall be in accordance with the Contract Documents.
    b. Contractor's review of shop drawings, cuts, samples and material lists is only for the convenience of the Owner in following the
    work and shall not relieve the Subcontractor from responsibility for any deviations from the requirements of the Contract
    Documents.

15. CLEAN-UP
Subcontractor shall clean up its work daily and remove all debris resulting from its work off site, or to disposal location on site designated
by contractor in a manner that will not impede either the progress of the Project or of other trades. If the Subcontractor fails to comply
with this Article within 24 hours after receipt of notice of noncompliance from the Contractor, the Contractor may perform such necessary
clean up and deduct the cost from any amounts due to the Subcontractor.

16. ASSIGNMENT
      Subcontractor shall not sub-subcontract the work of this Subcontract and shall not assign or transfer this Subcontract or funds
    due hereunder, without the prior written consent of Contractor and Subcontractor's surety.

17. PATENTS AND ROYALTIES
      Except as otherwise provided by the Contract Documents, Subcontractor shall pay all royalties and license fees, which may
    be due on the inclusion of any patented materials in the work. Subcontractor shall defend all suits or claims for infringement of
    any patent rights that may be brought against Contractor or Owner arising out of the work, and shall be liable to Contractor and
    Owner for all loss, including all costs and expenses, on account thereof.

18. TAXES AND PERMITS
       Except as otherwise provided by the Contract Documents, Subcontractor agrees to pay and comply with and hold contractor
    harmless against the payment of all contributions, taxes or premiums which may be payable by it under Federal, state or local laws
    arising out of the performance of this Subcontract, and all sales, use or other taxes of whatever nature levied or assessed against
    Owner, Contractor, or Subcontractor arising out of this Subcontract, including any interest or penalties. Subcontractor shall obtain
    and pay for all permits, licenses, fees and certificates of inspection necessary for the prosecution and completion of its work, and
    shall arrange for all necessary inspections and approvals by public officials.

19. LAWS, REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES
       The Subcontractor agrees that the prevention of accidents to workmen engaged by the Subcontractor for the work is the
    responsibility of the Subcontractor. Subcontractor agrees to be bound by, and, at its own cost, comply with all Federal, state and
    local laws, codes, ordinances and regulations applicable to this Subcontract and the performance of the work hereunder including
    the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970.
    Subcontractor shall be duly licensed to operate under the law of the applicable jurisdictions. Subcontractor shall be liable to
    Contractor and Owner for all loss, cost and expense attributable to any acts of commission or omission by Subcontractor, its
    employees and agents resulting from failure to comply including but not limited to any fines, penalties or corrective measures.

20. LABOR
    a. It is understood that contracts will be awarded by Contractor and labor will be employed on the Project without discrimination as
    to whether employees, agents, suppliers and/or Subcontractors, of the Contractor or any other Subcontractor including those that
    may be employed by the Owner of the Project are members or non-members of any labor or collective bargaining organization, and




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   the Subcontractor accepts this contract with this understanding.
   b. There shall be no manifestations on the project of any dispute between any labor organization and the Subcontractor. The
   Subcontractor agrees to employ men, agents, suppliers and Subcontractors who will perform the work under this Subcontract
   whether or not other employees or mechanics on the project are members or non-members of any labor or collective bargaining
   organization.
   c. Should any workers performing work covered by this Subcontract engage in a strike or other work stoppage or cease to work due
   to picketing or a labor dispute of any kind, Contractor may, at its option and without prejudice to any other remedies it may have,
   after twenty-four (24) hours written notice to Subcontractor provide any substitute labor as may be required and deduct the cost
   thereof from any monies then due of thereafter to become due Subcontractor; and further, Contractor may at its option, without
   prejudice to any other remedies it may have, terminate the employment of Subcontractor for the work under this Subcontract, and
   shall have the right to enter upon the premises and take possession for the purpose of completing the work hereunder of all
   Subcontractor's materials, tools and equipment thereon and to finish the work either with its own employees or other Subcontractors;
   and in case of such termination of the employment by Contractor, Subcontractor shall not be entitled to receive any further
   payments under the Subcontract or otherwise but shall nevertheless remain liable for any damages which Contractor incurs. If the
   expenses incurred by Contractor in completing the work shall exceed the unpaid balance due Subcontractor, Subcontractor shall pay
   the difference to Contractor together with any other damages incurred by Contractor as the result of Subcontractor's default,
   Contractor shall have a lien upon all materials, tools and appliances taken possession of, to secure the payment thereof.

21. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
    a. In connection with the performance of work under this Subcontract, Subcontractor agrees not to discriminate against any
    employee or applicant for employment because of race, religion, sex, handicap, color or national origin. The aforesaid provision
    shall include, but not be limited to, the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer; recruitment or advertising; layoff or
    termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship. Subcontractor agrees
    to post hereafter, in conspicuous places, available for employees and applicants for employment, notices, prepared by
    Subcontractor and, approved by the government when required, setting forth the provisions of this Article 21.
    b. Subcontractor shall permit access to its books, records, and accounts by representatives of Contractor or Owner for purposes of
    investigation to ascertain compliance with the provisions of this Article 2l.
    c. In the event of Subcontractor's non-compliance with the equal opportunity provisions of this Subcontract, this Subcontract may be
    terminated for default.
    d. Subcontractor shall include the provisions of this Article 21 in every lower-tier subcontract and purchase order. The
    requirements of this Article 21 shall be in addition to any equal opportunity provisions of the Contract Documents.

22. NOTICES
      All notices shall be addressed to the parties at the addresses set out herein, and shall be considered as delivered when
    postmarked, if dispatched by registered mail, or when received in all other cases.

23. SEVERABILITY AND WAIVER
      The partial or complete invalidity of any one or more provisions of this Subcontract shall not affect the validity or continuing
    force and effect of any other provision. The failure of either party to insist, in any one or more instances, upon the performance of
    any of the terms, covenants, or conditions of this Subcontract, or to exercise any right herein, shall not be construed as a waiver
    or relinquishment of such term, covenant, condition or right as respects further performance.

24. ADVERTISING
      Neither Subcontractor, its subcontractors, suppliers nor employees shall take photographs of the work on site, or publish or
    display advertising matter of any description relating to the Project without first obtaining the written consent of Contractor and the
    Owner.

25. BOND
       Bond is Excluded If Checked
     The Subcontractor shall, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY INDICATED AS EXCLUDED herein, furnish at Subcontractor's expense
   a Performance Bond and Labor and Material Payment Bond in the full amount of this Subcontract. Surety must have a
   minimum A.M. Best rating of A- or better. ACCEPTABLE BOND FORMS ARE AGC606 - SUBCONTRACTOR
   PERFORMANCE BOND AND AGC607 - SUBCONTRACTOR PAYMENT BOND.

26. COMPLETE AGREEMENT
       This Subcontract contains the entire agreement between the parties hereto with respect to the matters covered herein. No
    other agreement, representations, warranties, or other matters, oral or written, shall be deemed to bind the parties hereto.

27. OTHER INSURANCE
       Notwithstanding anything contained in the contract documents to the contrary, should any insurance be provided by the Owner or
    General Contractor for the project under this subcontract and such insurance includes the interests of the subcontractor, it is agreed
    that the subcontractor's interest in this insurance is only to the extent provided by the policy including, but not limited to, the
    deductibles contained therein.




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                       IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties, by their duly authorized representatives, have hereunto executed this
    Subcontract, on the day and year above written.




Vendor:                                                                           Contractor:
The Morganti Group, Inc.                                                          The Morganti Group, Inc. - Tampa


Signed:*                                                                          Signed:


Title:*                                                                           Title:      Project Manager

Print                                                                             Print
Name:                                                                             Name:       Paul Moore


Date:                                                                             Date:




    ALL AGREEMENTS MUST BE SIGNED BY AN OFFICER OF THE COMPANY.




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                                           ATTACHMENTS:
Guidelines for a Successful Payment Application
A Application for Payment
B Continuation Sheet
C Progress Payment Affidavit
C1 Final Affidavit
D Partial Release & Waiver of Payment Bond Rights
D1 Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment
D2 Final Release & Waiver of Payment Bond Rights
D3 Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Final Payment
E Partial Release & Waiver of Payment Bond Rights*
E1 Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Progress Payment *
E2 Final Release & Waiver of Payment Bond Rights*
E3 Waiver and Release of Lien Upon Final Payment*
F Letter of Authorization
G Owner Direct Material Purchase Package
H W9 Form
I   Subcontractor Daily Report




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                                                         EXHIBIT A
Contract Documents
Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager where the Construction Manager is
Also the Constructor, this agreement dated May 8, 2007, is between the Owner, School District of Hillsborough
County and the Construction Manager, The Morganti Group, Inc.
Specifications and Drawings issued by The Architectural Practice, Inc. as well as all drawings and specifications
and any other related documents issued to add, revise or modify required work through the project duration.



 Drawing                                                  Issued      Drawing   Latest     Latest Rev.    Percent
 Number       Title                                       Date        Phase     Rev. No.   Date          Progress

     *00100   OWNER CM AGREEMENT                         3/18/2008                                        100
     *01100   SUMMARY OF WORK                            11/10/2008                                       100
     *01230   ALTERNATES                                 11/10/2008                                       100
     *01250   CONTRACT MODIFICATION PROCEDURES           11/10/2008                                       100
     *01290   PAYMENT PROCEDURES                         11/10/2008                                       100
              PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND
     *01310   COORDINATION                               11/10/2008                                       100
              CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS
     *01320   DOCUMENTATION                              11/10/2008                                       100
     *01330   SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES                       11/10/2008                                       100
     *01400   QUALITY REQUIREMENTS                       11/10/2008                                       100
     *01420   REFERENCES                                 11/10/2008                                       100
     *01500   TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS          11/10/2008                                       100
     *01600   PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS                       11/10/2008                                       100
     *01700   EXECUTION REQUIREMENTS                     11/10/2008                                       100
     *01731   CUTTING AND PATCHING                       11/10/2008                                       100
     *01732   SELECTIVE DEMOLITION                       11/10/2008                                       100
     *01770   CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES                        11/10/2008                                       100
     *05100   STRUCTURAL STEEL                           11/10/2008                                       100
     *05400   COLD FORMED METAL FRAMING                  11/10/2008                                       100
     *06100   ROUGH CARPENTRY                            11/10/2008                                       100
     *07210   BUILDING INSULATION                        11/10/2008                                       100
     *07260   WEATHER BARRIERS                           11/10/2008                                       100
     *07620   FLASHING AND SHEET METALS                  11/10/2008                                       100
     *07720   ROOF ACCESSORIES                           11/10/2008                                       100
     *07815   FIREPROOFING                               11/10/2008                                       100
     *07841   FIRESTOPPING                               11/10/2008                                       100
     *07900   JOINT SEALANTS                             11/10/2008                                       100
     *08110   STEEL DOORS AND FRAMES                     11/10/2008                                       100
     *08211   FLUSH WOOD DOORS                           11/10/2008                                       100
     *08310   ACCESS DOORS AND FRAMES                    11/10/2008                                       100
     *08520   ALUMINUM WINDOWS                           11/10/2008                                       100
     *08711   DOOR HARDWARE                              11/10/2008                                       100
     *08800   GLAZING                                    11/10/2008                                       100
     *09206   METAL LATH                                 11/10/2008                                       100
     *09220   PORTLAND CEMENT PLASTER                    11/10/2008                                       100
     *09260   GYPSUM BOARD ASSEMBLIES                    11/10/2008                                       100
     *09310   CERAMIC TILE                               11/10/2008                                       100




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   *09330   QUARRY TILE                             11/10/2008   100
   *09511   ACOUSTICAL PANEL CEILINGS               11/10/2008   100
            RESILIENT FLOOR TILE, BASE AND
   *09651   ACCESSORIES                             11/10/2008   100
   *09665   RESILIENT SHEET FLOORING                11/10/2008   100
   *09685   CARPET TILE                             11/10/2008   100
   *09912   PAINTING                                11/10/2008   100
   *10100   VISUAL DISPLAY BOARDS                   11/10/2008   100
   *10200   LOUVERS AND VENTS                       11/10/2008   100
   *10425   SIGNS                                   11/10/2008   100
   *10520   FIRE PROTECTIONS SPECIALTIES            11/10/2008   100
   *10800   TOILET BATH ACCESSORIES                 11/10/2008   100
   *10950   MISCELLANEOUS SPECIALTIES               11/10/2008   100
   *12345   LABORATORY CASEWORK                     11/10/2008   100

   *12492   HORIZONTAL LOUVER BLINDS                11/10/2008   100
   *13130   TENSIONED FABRIC STRUCTURES             11/10/2008   100
   *15010   BASIC MECHANICAL REQUIREMENT            11/10/2008   100
            ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR
   *15030   MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT                    11/10/2008   100
   *15035   VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES               11/10/2008   100
            BASIC MECHANICAL MATERIALS AND
   *15050   METHODS                                 11/10/2008   100
   *15052   COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR PLUMBING        11/10/2008   100
   *15060   PIPE AND FITTINGS                      11/10/2008    100
            HANGERS AND SUPPORTS FOR PLUMBING
   *15061   PIPING AND EQUIPMENT                   11/10/2008    100
            IDENTIFICATION FOR PLUMBING PIPING AND
   *15076    EQUIPMENT                             11/10/2008    100
   *15082   PLUMBING ISOLATION                      11/10/2008   100
   *15100   VALVES                                  11/10/2008   100
            GENERAL DUTY VALVES FOR PLUMBING
   *15111   PIPING                                  11/10/2008   100
   *15120   PIPING SPECIALTIES                      11/10/2008   100
   *15140   DOMESTIC WATER PIPING                   11/10/2008   100
   *15145   DOMESTIC WATER PIPING SPECIALTIES       11/10/2008   100
   *15150   SANITARY WASTE AND VENT PIPING          11/10/2008   100
   *15160   PUMPS                                   11/10/2008   100
   *15195   FACILITY NATURAL-GAS PIPING             11/10/2008   100
            COMPRESSED-AIR PIPING FOR
   *15214   LABORATORY FACILITIES                   11/10/2008   100
            VACUUM PIPING FOR LABORATORY
   *15215   FACILITIES                              11/10/2008   100
   *15222   PROCESSED-WATER PIPING                  11/10/2008   100
            CHEMICAL-WASTE SYSTEMS FOR
   *15223   LABORATORY FACILITIES                   11/10/2008   100
   *15240   VIBRATION ISOLATION                     11/10/2008   100
   *15250   THERMAL INSULATION                      11/10/2008   100
            COMPRESSED-AIR EQUIPMENT FOR
   *15253   LABORATORY FACILITIES                   11/10/2008   100
            VACUUM EQUIPMENT FOR LABORATORY
   *15254   FACILITIES                              11/10/2008   100
   *15410   PLUMBING FIXTURES                       11/10/2008   100
   *15412   EMERGENCY PLUMBING FIXTURES             11/10/2008   100
   *15485   ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS                  11/10/2008   100




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   *15510   HYDRONIC PIPING SYSTEM                11/10/2008   100
   *15515   SANITARY WASTE PIPING SPECIALTIES     11/10/2008   100
   *15530   REFRIGERATION PIPING SYSTEM           11/10/2008   100
   *15670   CONDENSING UNIT                       11/10/2008   100
   *15690   DUCT MOUNTED HEATER                   11/10/2008   100
   *15800   AIR HANDLING UNIT                     11/10/2008   100
   *15860   FANS                                  11/10/2008   100
   *15865   LAB EXHAUST FANS                      11/10/2008   100
   *15880   AIR DISTRIBUTION                      11/10/2008   100
   *15885   AIR FILTER                            11/10/2008   100
   *15890   DUCTWORK                              11/10/2008   100
   *15910   DUCTWORK SPECIALTIES                  11/10/2008   100
   *15913   DUCT CLEANING                         11/10/2008   100
   *15930   TERMINAL UNIT                         11/10/2008   100
   *15950   BUILDING CONTROL SYSTEM               11/10/2008   100
   *15955   LABORATORY AIR CONTROL VALVES         11/10/2008   100
   *15990   PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION              11/10/2008   100
   *16010   BASIC ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS         11/10/2008   100
   *16020   TESTS & PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION      11/10/2008   100
   *16030   ELECTRICAL IDENTIFICATION             11/10/2008   100
   *16110   RACEWAYS AND CONDUITS                 11/10/2008   100
   *16120   WIRES AND CABLES                      11/10/2008   100
   *16130   OUTLET BOXES                          11/10/2008   100
            LOW VOLTAGE CABLE MANAGEMENT
   *16135   SYSTEM                                11/10/2008   100
   *16139   CABLE TRAY                            11/10/2008   100
   *16140   WIRING DEVICES                        11/10/2008   100
   *16450   GROUNDING                             11/10/2008   100
   *16460   TRANSFORMERS                          11/10/2008   100
   *16470   PANELBOARDS                           11/10/2008   100
   *16476   SAFETY SWITCHES                       11/10/2008   100
   *16500   LIGHTING                              11/10/2008   100
   *16670   LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM           11/10/2008   100
            TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE
   *16709   SUPPRESSORS                           11/10/2008   100
   *16720   ADDRESSABLE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM         11/10/2008   100
   *17010  TECHNOLOGY GENERAL PROVISIONS      11/10/2008       100
           PATHWAYS AND SPACES FOR STRUCTURED
    *17110 CABLING SYSTEMS                    11/10/2008       100
           CABLE PLANT - STRUCTURED CABLING
    *17120 SYSTEMS                            11/10/2008       100
    *17450 BONDING FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS         11/10/2008   100
      A000 GENERAL INFORMATION                    11/10/2008   100
    A001.1 BSCI FIRST FLOOR LIFE SAFETY PLAN      11/10/2008   100
    A001.2 BSCI SECOND FLOOR LIFE SAFETY PLAN     11/10/2008   100
      A100 SITE PLAN                              11/10/2008   100
    A100.2 SITE DETAILS                           11/10/2008   100
    A100.3 SITE DETAILS                           11/10/2008   100
    A111.1 BSCI FIRST FLOOR PLAN                  11/10/2008   100
           BSCI FIRST FLOOR DEMOLITION &
   A111.1D RELOCATION PLAN                        11/10/2008   100




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           BSCI FIRST FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING
    A111.3 PLAN                                   11/10/2008   100
    A112.1 BSCI SECOND FLOOR PLAN                 11/10/2008   100
           BSCI SECOND FLOOR DEMOLITION &
   A112.1D RELOCATION PLAN                        11/10/2008   100
           BSCI SECOND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING
    A112.3 PLAN                                   11/10/2008   100
    A113.1 BSCI ROOF PLAN                         11/10/2008   100
    A121.1 BADM FIRST FLOOR PLAN                  11/10/2008   100
           BADM FIRST FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING
    A121.3 PLAN                                   11/10/2008   100
    A122.1 BADM SECOND FLOOR PLAN              11/10/2008      100
           BADM SECOND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING
    A122.3 PLAN                                11/10/2008      100
      A201 BSCI BUILDING ELEVATIONS               11/10/2008   100
      A202 BSCI BUILDING ELEVATIONS               11/10/2008   100
      A203 BSCI BUILDING ELEVATIONS               11/10/2008   100
      A401 BSCI WALL SECTIONS                     11/10/2008   100
      A402 BSCI WALL SECTIONS                     11/10/2008   100
      A403 BSCI WALL SECTIONS                     11/10/2008   100
      A404 EXTERIOR ENVELOPE DETAILS              11/10/2008   100
      A405 EXTERIOR ENVELOPE DETAILS              11/10/2008   100
      A406 EXTERIOR ENVELOPE DETAILS              11/10/2008   100
      A407 EXTERIOR ENVELOPE DETAILS              11/10/2008   100
      A408 INTERIOR DETAILS                       11/10/2008   100
      A601 ENLARGED PLANS TOILET ROOM             11/10/2008   100
     A701 DOOR AND SIGN SCHEDULES AND DETAILS     11/10/2008   100
           BSCI WINDOW AND LOUVER ELEVATIONS
    A701.1 AND DOOR TYPES                         11/10/2008   100
    A701.2 WINDOW, LOUVER, AND DOOR DETAILS       11/10/2008   100
           FINISH & PARTITION SCHEDULES,
     A702 ELEVATIONS & DETAILS                    11/10/2008   100
    A703.1 CASEWORK ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
    A703.2 CASEWORK ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
    A703.3 CASEWORK ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
    A703.4 CASEWORK ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
    A703.5 CASEWORK SECTIONS                      11/10/2008   100
    A703.6 CASEWORK SECTIONS                      11/10/2008   100
    A703.7 CASEWORK SECTIONS                      11/10/2008   100
    A703.8 RELOCATED CASEWORK ELEVATIONS          11/10/2008   100
    A703.9 RELOCATED CASEWORK ELEVATIONS          11/10/2008   100
    A704.1 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS & DETAILS          11/10/2008   100
    A704.2 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
    A704.3 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
    A704.4 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS                    11/10/2008   100
      E001 ELECTRICAL LEGEND AND SCHEDULES        11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
    E111.1 SYSTEMS PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
   E111.1D SYSTEMS DEMOLITION PLAN                11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
    E112.1 SYSTEMS PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
   E112.1D SYSTEMS DEMOLITION PLAN                11/10/2008   100
    E113.1 BSCI - ELECTRICAL ROOF PLAN            11/10/2008   100



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           BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
    E121.1 SYSTEMS PLAN                              11/10/2008   100
           BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
   E121.1D SYSTEMS DEMOLITION PLAN                   11/10/2008   100
           BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
    E122.1 SYSTEMS PLAN                              11/10/2008   100
           BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - POWER &
   E122.1D SYSTEMS DEMOLITION PLAN                   11/10/2008   100
    E211.1 BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING PLAN   11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING
   E211.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING
    E212.1 PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING
   E212.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
    E221.1 BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING PLAN   11/10/2008   100
           BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING
   E221.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
           BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING
    E222.1 PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
           BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - LIGHTING
   E222.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - FIRE ALARM
    E311.1 PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - FIRE ALARM
    E312.1 PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
      E401 ELECTRICAL DETAILS                        11/10/2008   100
      E402 ELECTRICAL DETAILS                        11/10/2008   100
      E403 ELECTRICAL DETAILS                        11/10/2008   100
      E404 ELECTRICAL DETAILS                        11/10/2008   100
      E405 ELECTRICAL DETAILS                        11/10/2008   100
      E406 ELECTRICAL DETAILS                        11/10/2008   100
      E501 ELECTRICAL RISER DIAGRAMS                 11/10/2008   100
      E502 MISCELLANEOUS RISER DIAGRAMS              11/10/2008   100
      E600 EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES                       11/10/2008   100
      E601 ELECTRICAL PANEL SCHEDULES                11/10/2008   100
      E602 ELECTRICAL PANEL SCHEDULES                11/10/2008   100
      E603 ELECTRICAL PANEL SCHEDULES                11/10/2008   100
      E604 ELECTRICAL PANEL SCHEDULES                11/10/2008   100
    M001.1 HVAC LEGEND AND NOTES                     11/10/2008   100
    M111.1 BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - HVAC PLAN       11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - HVAC
   M111.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
    M112.1 BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - HVAC PLAN      11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - HVAC
   M112.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
    M113.1 BSCI - ROOF PLAN - HVAC PLAN              11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - ROOF PLAN - HVAC DEMOLITION
   M113.1D PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
    M221.1 BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - HVAC PLAN       11/10/2008   100
           BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - HVAC
   M221.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
    M222.1 BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - HVAC PLAN      11/10/2008   100
           BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - HVAC
   M222.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
     M301 ENLARGED FLOOR PLANS - HVAC                11/10/2008   100
     M401 PIPING SCHEMATIC                           11/10/2008   100
     M402 PIPING SCHEMATIC                           11/10/2008   100




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     M501 HVAC CONTROLS                              11/10/2008   100
     M502 HVAC CONTROLS                              11/10/2008   100
     M503 HVAC CONTROLS                              11/10/2008   100
     M504 CONTROLS SEQUENCE                          11/10/2008   100
     M505 BUILDING AIR BALANCE                       11/10/2008   100
     M601 HVAC DETAILS                               11/10/2008   100
     M602 HVAC DETAILS                               11/10/2008   100
     M603 HVAC DETAILS                               11/10/2008   100
     M604 HVAC DETAILS                               11/10/2008   100
     M701 HVAC SCHEDULES                             11/10/2008   100
     M702 HVAC SCHEDULES                             11/10/2008   100
    P001.1 PLUMBING LEGEND, SCHEDULES AND NOTES 11/10/2008        100
    P111.1 BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING PLAN   11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - FIRST FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING
   P111.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING
    P112.1 PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
           BSCI - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING
   P112.1D DEMOLITION PLAN                           11/10/2008   100
    P121.1 BADM - FIRST FLOOR PLAN                   11/10/2008   100
           BADM - SECOND FLOOR PLAN - PLUMBING
    P122.1 PLAN                                      11/10/2008   100
    P131.1 BSCI PLUMBING ROOF PLAN                   11/10/2008   100
    P401.1 PLUMBING DETAILS                          11/10/2008   100
    P402.1 PLUMBING DETAILS                          11/10/2008   100
           BSCI FIRST FLOOR PLAN - FRAMING
    S111.1 RETROFIT                                  11/10/2008   100
           BSCI SECOND FLOOR PLAN - FRAMING
    S112.1 RETROFIT                                  11/10/2008   100
    S113.1 BSCI ROOF PLAN PARTIAL FRAMING            11/10/2008   100
    S114.1 BSCI ROOF PLAN PARTIAL FRAMING            11/10/2008   100




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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:                              EXHIBIT B

1) The subcontractor shall verify dimensions and coordinate the work through the Construction Manager with
   the work of other trades.
2) The subcontractor shall provide all layout and any field measuring required for the work.
3) This subcontract includes all taxes.
4) The subcontractor shall provide to the Construction Manager’s field office, within fourteen (14) calendar
days of the subcontract agreement date, all Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples, and all other
information required for approval of the subcontractor’s materials and/or methods. Submit 10 copies of
shop drawings and/or submittal data unless other arrangements are made with the Project Manager.
5) The subcontractor shall provide to the Construction Manager’s field office, within fourteen (14) calendar
days of the subcontract agreement date, a detailed Pay Application Schedule of Values equal to the
contract amount. The schedule shall include line items for clean-up, closeout, direct material purchases,
bond and insurance.
6) Unless arranged otherwise the subcontractor's project manager shall review a pencil copy of each
months pay applications with the Construction Manager's project manager on the 20th of every month (first
working day prior to the 20th if the 20th falls on a weekend day). Pay applications will only be forwarded to
the owner for payment in accordance with the review of this meeting.
7) The subcontractor shall provide to the Construction Manager’s field office, within fourteen (14) calendar
days of the subcontract agreement date, a list of all hazardous materials and Material Safety Data Sheets
(MSDS) for hazardous materials that the subcontractor will use in the performance of the work at the
project site.
8) The subcontractor shall provide to the Construction Manager’s field office, within fourteen (14) calendar
days of the subcontract agreement date, a copy of the subcontractor's written safety program.
9) OSHA 300 Form must be submitted to the Construction Manager’s field office each month by the 3rd of
   each month.
10) The subcontractor shall be responsible to furnish and install all fire/smoke safing material required for
    penetrations made by the subcontractor.
11) The subcontractor shall submit Daily Work Reports to the Construction Manager each day for work
performed the previous day. Construction Manager will provide daily report form to be completed by
subcontractor.
12) All OSHA requirements.
13) The subcontractor shall ensure all on site personnel will be equipped with construction hard hats,
proper dress (shirts, long pants, and work boots) and safety equipment as needed.
14) All lifting, hoisting, unloading, handling and stocking to perform the work in this subcontract.
15) Repair of all damages, provided re-finishing items are equal in all respects to the new work and
acceptable to the Construction Manager, Owner and Architect.
16) Furnish and install proper protection material and/or maintain separation between all metal
surfaces in contact with masonry, concrete or dissimilar materials.
17) Weekly subcontractor Meeting attendance is mandatory unless arranged otherwise with the Project
    Manager.
18) The subcontractor shall provide a qualified English Speaking Foreman/Superintendent approved by the
Construction Manager that must be on site at all times when the subcontractor is working. To facilitate trade
coordination and safety, subcontractor's Foremen/Superintendent must be able to communicate effectively
with the Construction Manager, other trades and his own company employees and office at all times when
the work of this subcontract is being performed.
19) All closeout documents, operation and maintenance manuals, warranties and extra stock as
required by the contract documents are to be delivered to the Construction Manager not later than
when the job completion billing reaches or exceeds 80%. If closeout documents are not delivered to
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 documents are delivered. As-built drawings and final test reports shall be due within 30 days of
 substantial completion or as required by permitting agencies.
 20) All work is subject to final inspection and acceptance by the Owner and the Architect.
 21) Provide proper protection of all adjacent finished surfaces from damage by work being performed under
     this subcontract.
 22) Demonstration and Training of equipment use as required by the contract documents.
 23) Provide and maintain protective coverings for finished surfaces and/or parts of equipment that may
 be subject to damage during and after installation.
 24) All equipment to be cleaned, tested and adjusted as needed prior to requesting inspection for Owner
     acceptance.
 25) Provide proper identification of all materials, equipment and components as required, including all UL or
     other labels.
 26)      Participation in the Owner's direct material purchase / sales tax savings program is required.
 Appropriate information including but not limited to quantities, unit prices and delivery dates must be
 indicated on the purchase order forms. Any remaining balance, when the relevant scope of work is
 complete, that is a result of projected material increases from suppliers that did not take place will be
 returned to the Owner
 27) IRS Form W-9 must be completed and returned with signed subcontract agreement.
 28) Any permits, licenses or registrations required for work of subcontractor shall be the responsibility of
 the subcontractor unless otherwise noted in the work scope. This includes any sub-subcontractors that the
 subcontractor may hire.
 29) To facilitate any lapses of the clean-up required by Article 15, subcontractor, if requested to participate
 by Construction Manager, shall furnish a person or crew as applicable to remove all debris or material
 generated from the work performed under this agreement to a dumpster or designated location in the time
 frame defined by the Construction Manager.
Subcontractor acknowledges the project schedule and completion dates, and therefore acknowledges
responsibility to plan accordingly and provide adequate manpower and equipment to meet all applicable
milestones and completion dates. Subcontractor is hereby made aware that overtime will not be paid unless
approved by written change order from the Owner to the Construction Manager.
 31) The subcontractors shall provide to the Construction Manager a production schedule at the beginning
 of the work that demonstrates a crew, material flow and construction plan to complete the work to the
 mutually agreed production schedule. At the end of any week that the production schedule is not met, the
 subcontractor will immediately begin production on an overtime basis necessary to man the job with the
 same crew or expand the crew until the production is caught up with the agreed schedule. The overtime
 production is to be done without interference with other trades and the owner's operations. Any costs to
 perform the overtime production is the responsibility of the subcontractor.
 32) Change orders for additional labor and material shall not be more than the actual cost plus 15% for
     overhead, profit and bond costs.




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                                                                 EXHIBIT C

                                                          Certificate of Liability Insurance
PRODUCER                                                             THIS CERTIFICATE IS ISSUED AS A MATTER OF INFORMATION
                                                                     ONLY AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTIFICATE
                                                                     HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR
                                                                     ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY POLICIES BELOW.
                                                                                               COMPANIES AFFORDING COVERAGE
                                                                         COMPANY A
                                                                           Address
INSURED                                                                  COMPANY B
                                                                           Address
SAMPLE                                                                   COMPANY C
                                                                           Address
                                                                         COMPANY D
                                                                           Address
COVERAGES
    THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE POLICIES OF INSURANCE LISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUE TO THE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERIOD
    INDICATED, NOTWITHSTANDING ANY REQUIREMENTS, TERM OR CONDITION OF ANY CONTRACT OR OTHER DOCUMENT WITH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS
    CERTIFICATE MAY BE ISSUED OR MAY PERTAIN THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS,
    EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH POLICIES LIMITS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDUCED BY PAID CLAIMS.
COL TYPE OF INSURANCE                         POLICY NUMBER      POLICY          POLICY                            LIMITS
TR                                                               EFFECTIVE DATE EXPIRATION DATE
                                                                 (MM/DD/YY)      (MM/DD/YY)
    GENERAL LIABILITY                                                                             GENERAL AGGREGATE             $2,000,000
       X   COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY                                                                    PRODUCTS-COMP/OP AGG               $2,000,000
           CLAIMS MADE             x   OCCUR                                                               PERSONAL & ADV INJURY              $2,000,000
           OWNER'S CONTRACTOR'S PROT                                                                       EACH OCCURRENCE                    $1,000,000
       X   CONTRACTUAL LIABILITY COVERAGE                                                                  FIRE DAMAGE (Any one fire)          $ 50,000
                                                                                                           MED EXP (Any one person)            $   2,000
     AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY                                                                                  COMBINED SINGLE LIMIT
       X   ANY AUTO
           ALL OWNED AUTOS                                                                                 BODILY INJURY                      $ 1,000,000
                                                                                                           (Per person)
           SCHEDULED AUTOS
       X   HIRED AUTOS                                                                                     BODILY INJURY                      $ 1,000,000
                                                                                                           (Per accident)
       X   NON OWNED AUTOS
                                                                                                           PROPERTY DAMAGE                    $ 1,000,000


     GARAGE LIABILITY                                                                                      AUTO ONLY - EA ACCIDENT
           ANY AUTO                                                                                        OTHER THAN AUTO ONLY
                                                                                                           EACH ACCIDENT
                                                                                                           AGGREGATE
     EXCESS LIABILITY                                                                                      EACH OCCURRENCE                    $4,000,000
       x   UMBRELLA FORM                                                                                   AGGREGATE                          $4,000,000
           OTHER THAN UMBRELLA
                                                                                                            x   WC STATUTORY            OT
     WORKERS COMPENSATION AND                                                                                   LIMITS                  HE
     EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY                                                                                                               R
                                                                                                           EL EACH ACCIDENT                   $ 1,000,000
     THE PROPRIETOR/ PARTNERS/           INCL                                                              EL DISEASE-POLICY LIMIT            $ 1,000,000
     EXECUTIVE OFFICERS ARE:
                                         EXCL                                                              EL DISEASE - EA EMPLOYEE           $ 1,000,000
     OTHER
DESCRIPTION OF OPERATIONS/LOCATIONS/VEHICLES/SPECIAL ITEMS
  1. 1) THE MORGANTI GROUP, INC. - TAMPA, HILSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, and WILDER ARCHITECTURE are additional insured on all policies except for workers
     compensation




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CERTIFICATE HOLDER                                                            CANCELLATION
    Name of Project:                                                          SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE DESCRIBED POLICIES BE CANCELLED BEFORE THE
                                                                              EXPIRATION DATE THEREOF, THE ISSUING COMPANY WILL MAIL 15 DAYS WRITTEN
                       Hillsborough CC - Brandon Campus, 38 Columbus Dr., T
                                                                              NOTICE TO THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER NAMED TO THE LEFT, BUT FAILURE TO MAIL SUCH
                                                                              NOTICE SHALL IMPOSE NO OBLIGATION OR LIABILTY OF ANY KIND UPON THE COMPANY,
                                                                              ITS AGENTS OR REPRESENTITIVES AUTHORIZED REPRESENTIVE.




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