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									Master Specification
Division 1 – General Requirements
Section 01110 – Summary of Work                                                                                               Page 1



                                                                   BC HOUSING
                                                                  Summary of Work

1.0        GENERAL
           1.1      General Conditions:
                     The General and Supplementary Conditions of the CCDC-2 Stipulated Price Contract, pages 9-34, form
                     a part of the specifications and shall be considered as being bound herein.
                     1.1.1     The Contractor shall be responsible for permits, licences, or certificates necessary for the
                               performance of the Work. A copy of all required permits shall be forwarded to the Contract
                               Administrator.
                      1.1.2         The Contractor shall adhere to all applicable Municipal, Provincial and National codes and
                                    bylaws.
                      1.1.3         The Contractor to read and fully understand all Bid Call documents. No price adjustments will
                                    be negotiated after close of Bid Call for a Contractor's misunderstanding of the documents.
                      1.1.4         BC Housing has identified the presence of asbestos containing materials within some of the
                                    sites covered under this contract. An asbestos inventory is maintained at each site which
                                    identifies all materials tested for the presence of asbestos fibres and should be viewed by
                                    Contractors prior initiating any work activities that may disturb any suspected asbestos
                                    containing materials.
                      1.1.5         The Contractor is to notify BC Housing if asbestos containing materials need to be disturbed,
                                    by the Contractor or any subcontractors, in order to carry out the terms of this contract. BC
                                    Housing will take responsibility for any further testing and all necessary containment/removal
                                    and disposal of the asbestos containing materials in the affected area(s).

           1.2        Location for the work:
                      1.2.1         Willow Place, 530 Rockland Rd. Campbell River, BC
                      1.2.2         Units 1 – 28 Inclusive.

           1.3        Work Included:
                      1.3.1         The Contractor shall bid this work in its entirety and provide all labour, material, plant,
                                    equipment and all other services required by the contract to complete all work as specified.
                      1.3.2         Includes Patio Door Replacements

           1.4        Work Excluded:
                      1.4.1         No front doors.

           1.5        Contract Completion Date:
                      1.5.1          This contract must be completed no later than 2 months from notice to proceed.




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           1.6        Type of Bid call:
                      1.6.1         CCDC2 - Stipulated Price.

           1.7        Work Volume:
                      1.7.1         As per specifications.

           1.8        Hours of Work:
                      1.8.1         Scheduling of work shall be done by the Contractor in co-operation with BC Housing.
                      1.8.2         Hours of work will be between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday. No
                                    work will be done on weekends or statutory holidays in occupied units.
                      1.8.3         The Contractor shall give 72 hours notice, in writing, to the tenants of occupied dwelling units
                                    for the purpose of entry.
                      1.8.4         BC Housing shall be responsible for ensuring that the Contractor has access to the work areas.
                      1.8.5         BC Housing reserves the right to specify the order in which the work is done.
                      1.8.6         All work shall be done with minimum of inconvenience to the residents.

           1.9        Project Site Conditions:
                      1.9.1         The Contractor will be responsible for confirming all dimensions, materials and conditions on
                                    site.

           1.10 Delivery / Storage / Handling:
                      1.10.1        Delivery, storage and handling of materials and equipment is the responsibility of the
                                    Contractor.
                      1.10.2        All materials removed become the property of the Contractor and must be disposed of in
                                    conformance with municipal, provincial, federal and Workers' Compensation Board
                                    requirements.

           1.11 Security:
                      1.11.1        The Contractor is responsible to ensure that all areas are appropriately secured when not on
                                    site.

           1.12 Utilities:
                      1.12.1        Power and water is the responsibility of the Contractor. The Contractor shall supply his own
                                    hoses, cords, etc.
                      1.12.2        Telephone, if required, is the responsibility of the Contractor.

           1.13 Temporary Shelter/Storage:
                      1.13.1        The provision of toilet, lunch storage, and office facilities is the responsibility of the
                                    Contractor.




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           1.14 Safety Measures:
                      1.14.1        Safety of tenants and the public is to be of prime concern at all times. Storage of materials and
                                    equipment shall meet Workers' Compensation Board standards during the term of the Contract.
                      1.14.2        Observe and enforce the construction safety measures required by the B.C. Building Code, Fire
                                    Code and the Workers' Compensation Board, including the regulations for staging and
                                    scaffolding.
                      1.14.3        At the end of each day, or whenever work is suspended, the work area is to be left in a safe
                                    condition.

           1.15 Alternate Product Proposal:
                      1.15.1        The Contractor shall Bid this work in its' entirety.
                      1.15.2        Written approval must be received prior to the use of an alternate product. The Contractor may
                                    submit an alternate proposal to use items of equipment and/or materials other than those
                                    specified, prior to or during the mandatory site meeting. If there is no site meeting, the alternate
                                    proposal must be submitted, not less than four (4) business days, prior to the Bid call closing
                                    date.

           1.16 Protection:
                      1.16.1        The Contractor shall adequately protect all BC Housing property, including grounds, plants,
                                    and structures from damage and all tenant property from damage.
                      1.16.2        The Contractor shall be responsible for and shall make good any damage whatsoever to BC
                                    Housing and/or tenant property resulting from any act or omission of the Contractor, their
                                    agents or employees, in the performance of this work.

           1.17 Inspection:
                      1.17.1        During the course of construction, the Contract Administrator or their approved inspector will
                                    conduct inspections as deemed necessary to confirm compliance with specifications.
                      1.17.2        Upon completion of the work the Contractor must do a thorough inspection prior to contacting
                                    BC Housing for a final inspection.

           1.18 Quality Assurance:
                      1.18.1        Work shall be performed in a professional manner in accord with good trade practice and be
                                    acceptable to BC Housing.

           1.19 Clean-up:
                      1.19.1        Clean up construction debris and rubbish from the work area on a daily basis. The use of the
                                    existing waste receptacles on site by the Contractor is not permitted.

           1.20 Project Commissioning Requirements/Guarantees:
                      1.20.1        Unless otherwise specified upon completion of the contract the Contractors shall provide a one
                                    year written guarantee covering labour and materials.



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                      1.20.2        If the project involves physical alterations to an existing floor plan or modifications to the
                                    existing Fire Alarm System (FAS), the Contractor will be responsible for updating the Fire
                                    Safety Plan for the development and providing these revisions in electronic format (ie. A CD-
                                    ROM and .pdf copies of the as-built floor plan(s).
                      1.20.3        Contractor will be responsible to submit two (2) CD-ROMs and two (2) hardcopy binders
                                    containing all documentation pertaining to the project. See Appendix B – Post Construction
                                    CD-ROM Data Record or as directed by the BCHMC Contract Administrator.
            1.21         Confidentiality/Criminal Records Checks
                      1.21.1          BC Housing’s Properties covered by this contract are subject to special conditions around
                                      confidentiality of their locations and of the clients. The Contractor shall not under any
                                      circumstances provide the location and/or client information to any person not directly
                                      involved with this contract. Disclosure of confidential information by the Contractor and/or
                                      their employees may be cause for termination of the contract.
                      1.21.2          Due to the sensitive nature of BC Housing’s Properties, all service personnel are required to
                                     have annual criminal record checks, if the Contractor will be entering into a tenant’s suite. If
                                     the Contractor will not be entering into a tenant’s suite, no criminal record check will be
                                     required. BC Housing reserves the right to request copies of the Criminal Records checks
                                     when required. Where a criminal record does exist, the employee of the Contractor may not be
                                     authorized to conduct work on BC Housing facilities. All costs for these checks will be borne
                                     by the Contractor.




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                                                                  BC HOUSING
                                                          Summary of Work
                                                    Appendix A – Asbestos Abatement

1.0        GENERAL
           1.1      General Conditions:
                     1.1.1         The disturbance, handling, removal, and disposal of asbestos-containing materials from the
                                   specified areas. It is the intent of this Summary of Work Appendix to show the work necessary
                                   to complete the asbestos abatement.
                     1.1.2         The disturbance, handling, removal and disposal of hazardous materials will be performed in
                                   strict compliance with this specification and with all applicable regulatory requirements.
           1.2      Documentation:
                     1.2.1         The Contractor will maintain the following documentation on site.
                                   .1 Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia Occupational Health & Safety
                                      Regulation (current edition).
                                   .2 Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia, WHMIS core manual (current edition).
                                   .3 Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia “Notice Of Project for Employment
                                      involving Asbestos” (NOPA) and, attached to the NOPA, the site specific asbestos
                                      abatement work procedures intended for use.
                                   .4 Contractor’s Corporate Occupational Health & Safety Program.
                                   .5 The Contractor’s Exposure Control Plan.
                                   .6 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for regulated products used on the project.
                                   .7 Canadian Standards Association, CSA Z-190, “Selection, Care and Use of Respirators”.
           1.3      Qualifications:
                     1.3.1         Supervisors and workers for the asbestos abatement project work must have successfully
                                   completed a recognized course or equivalent training in asbestos awareness and abatement.
           1.4      Procedures and Requirements:
                         1.4.1          Asbestos removal for this project must be conducted following High Risk and Modified
                                        Moderate Risk Work Procedures as defined by the Workers’ Compensation Board of British
                                        Columbia Occupational Health & Safety Regulation, the Workers’ Compensation Board of
                                        British Columbia publication Safe Practice for Handling Asbestos and this Scope of Work.
                         1.4.2          The Owner or the Owners representative must be notified prior to any disturbance, removal,
                                        handling and disposal of asbestos containing materials in addition to those materials
                                        identified within this Scope of Work.


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                         1.4.3          A copy of the site-specific work procedures intended for use on this project must also be
                                        submitted to the WCB-BC along with the NOPA.

2.0        DESCRIPTION OF WORK
           2.1       General:
                     2.1.1         The work specified herein shall be the disturbance, removal, handling and disposal of known
                                   asbestos-containing materials by competent persons trained, knowledgeable and qualified in
                                   both Modified Moderate and High Risk Work Procedures.
                     2.1.2         Access to the site is to be restricted to the Owner or the Owner’s representative and regulatory
                                   agencies having jurisdiction. The Contractor will instruct visitors requiring access to the work
                                   areas on entry and exit procedures and appropriate personnel protective equipment for the type
                                   of work being conducted inside the enclosure at the time. Any worker deemed by the Owner or
                                   the Owner’s representative to be inadequately trained or unfit to perform their duties will be
                                   removed from the project.
                     2.1.3         All platforms used to access the asbestos materials will be constructed and used in accordance
                                   with the requirements of the Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia Occupational
                                   Health & Safety Regulation.
                     2.1.4         All required documentation will be the responsibility of the Contractor and emergency
                                   procedures will be provide by the Contractor and posted on site.
                     2.1.5         The health and safety of contract employees in the areas affected during asbestos work will be
                                   the sole responsibility of the Contractor and the supervisor must remain on site at all times
                                   during abatement work. Should the Contractor require the assistance of any other trade during
                                   the performance of this project, the Contractor will be responsible to provide all necessary
                                   equipment and training required to affect that assistance and all applicable documentation for
                                   items such as lock out procedures from a qualified electrician.
                     2.1.6         The Contractor will assume total responsibility for the erection and maintenance of all signs and
                                   the integrity of all enclosures and barriers related to the asbestos work.
                     2.1.7         The Contractor will provide all necessary labour, materials, insurance, permits and equipment
                                   necessary to carry out the work in accordance with all applicable regulations and this
                                   documentation.
                     2.1.8         The Contractor will provide all necessary labour and equipment (GFCI electrical panel, hoses,
                                   valves, connections, etc.) to secure the required utilities for all asbestos work. The owner will be
                                   responsible for the building security. The owner will be responsible to shut down and isolate
                                   any air-handling units within the work areas.
                     2.1.9         All air monitoring and inspections will be conducted by the Occupational Health & Safety
                                   (OH&S) consultant. If air-monitoring results show areas outside the enclosure to be
                                   contaminated the Contractor will clean areas immediately under direction of the consultant at no
                                   additional cost to the owner.
                     2.1.10        The Contractor will not demobilize from an area of removal until the OH&S consultant has
                                   inspected the completed area. The Contractor will allow sufficient time for fiber settling prior to
                                   final air clearance following encapsulation of the work areas before dismantling of the work

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                                   area enclosures. The dismantling of previously contaminated work areas will be conducted
                                   following Moderate Risk work procedures.
                     2.1.11        The Contractor will allow sufficient time for inspection of the site after set up and before
                                   commencement of abatement activities and must not begin work in a new area without
                                   informing the OH&S consultant.
                     2.1.12        All HEPA vacuums and negative-air units to be used on the project are to be D.O.P. (dioctyl
                                   phthalate) tested at the beginning of the project, and at the discretion of the OH&S consultant.
           2.2       Asbestos containing materials:
                     2.2.1         The inventory lists the type of asbestos containing material with their known location and the
                                   Risk Level appropriate for the nature of the disturbance in compliance with the current
                                   Workers’ Compensation Board of British Columbia Occupational Health & Safety Regulation.
                     2.2.2         If any asbestos containing materials not specified herein are to be impacted by the scheduled
                                   renovations, the Contractor is to receive direction from the Owner or the Owner’s
                                   Representative.

3.0        WASTE HANDLING AND DISPOSAL
           3.1       General:
                     3.1.1         Disposal of all asbestos waste will be performed in accordance with the Ministry of
                                   Environment, Lands and Parks regulations pertaining to hazardous waste.

4.0        MANAGEMENT SERVICES
           4.1       General:
                     4.1.1       The Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) consultant for this project will be
                                 ______________________________________________________ .
                     4.1.2       All air monitoring and inspections will be conducted by the OH&S consultant.
                     4.1.3       The OH&S consultant will have full access to all documentation.
                     4.1.4       No asbestos removal work will be undertaken without prior communication with the OH&S
                                 consultant.




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                                                                  BC HOUSING
                                          Summary of Work
                         Appendix B – Post Construction CD-ROM Data Record
1.0        GENERAL
           1.1      General Conditions:
                     1.1.1         It is the intent of this Summary of Work Appendix to show the work necessary to complete the
                                   Post Construction CD-ROM Data Record.
                     1.1.2         At Substantial Completion of the project, BC Housing shall identify a value of $1,000.00 (one
                                   thousand dollars) for the provision of the Post Construction CD-ROM Data Record as a
                                   Deficiency Holdback. BC Housing shall withhold this contract value of S1,000.00 (one
                                   thousand dollars) within the Deficiency Holdback until compliance has been achieved.
            1.2 Submittals:
                     1.2.1         The Contractor will be responsible for submitting the following, as part of the Post Construction
                                   CD-ROM Data Record:
                                   .1 If applicable, submit Maintenance & Renewal Plan in CD-ROM format, for BC Housing to
                                      review and approve, no later than 30 business days after Substantial Completion of Project.
                                   .2 Hardcopy format – Two (2) 3-ring binders with all cover sheets, appendices and directories
                                      clearly labelled with project information (ie. Name of project, site address, project
                                      principals, date completed etc.).
                                   .3 CD-ROM format – Two (2) CD-ROMs in .pdf, Microsoft Word or other electronic format
                                      (AutoCAD) acceptable – all directories. To include all project specifications, finalized as-
                                      built project drawings and details and other project documentation outlined below.
                                   .4 CD-ROM to include: a section outlining the background of the Project.
                                   .5 Include copies of Labour and Material bonds and Performance Bonds if applicable.
                                   .6 Include copies of consultant and contractor service agreements or professional service
                                      contracts.
                                   .7 Provide copies of any Project Manuals issued including all specifications and revised as-
                                      built drawings completed for the project.
                                   .8 Include copies of applicable municipal permits and professional Schedules completed.
                                   .9 Copies of all Field Review reports, photographs and contract documentation executed (ie.
                                      Change Orders).
                                   .10 Confirmation of formal General Condition warranty period dates and warranty statement
                                       from General Contractor.



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                                   .11 Copies of all contract Certificates issued including Certificates of Payment & Certificates of
                                       Substantial Completion.
                                   .12 Include copies of any third party Labour, Material or equipment warranty documentation.
                                   .13 Include section detailing design and operating principles for the project and various
                                       components utilized as well as associated maintenance requirements.
                                   .14 Include section for approved shop drawings, Technical Data Sheets or other operational
                                       criteria from equipment manufacturers and all trades and/or suppliers that installed them.
                                   .15 Include list of Contacts, including Owner’s representative, Consultants, Sub-Consultants,
                                       General Contractor and Sub-Trades with applicable contact information referenced.
                                   .16 Include Glossary of Terms.




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