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					                     INVITATION FOR BID NUMBER AEPA IFB #005E
                            ROOFING RELATED SERVICES
                                PART C – BID FORMS

                                            Part A - TABLE OF CONTENTS
  Bid Submittal Organization and Check List ............................................................................................. 1
  A. Bid Affidavit Signature Page ........................................................................................................... 3
  B. Bid, Acceptance of Bid and Contract Award ................................................................................... 4
  C. Questionnaire for Bidders ................................................................................................................ 5
  D. Bidder’s Company and Product Information ................................................................................... 6
  E. Bidder’s Operations Questionnaire .................................................................................................. 8
  F. Exceptions to Terms, Conditions and Specifications..................................................................... 10
  G. Pricing for Roofing Products and Services .................................................................................... 11
Bid Submittal Organization and Check List
    1. Bid Submission instructions are found in Section E of Part A of the bid documents.
    2. The Part C Bid Forms are designed to be submitted electronically as well as in hard copy form.
       Bidders will submit a hardcopy printout of the electronic submission along with those items that
       cannot be made a part of the electronic submission. In case of discrepancies, the hardcopy
       responses will prevail over electronic submissions.
    3. In order to insure that every bid receives a fair evaluation and comparison, it is required that each
       bid be organized in the following manner. A three-ring binder with an inside pocket and a set of
       dividers is required.
    4. It is suggested that the bidder preparing a response check off each required item as it is
       completed. The same list will be used by AEPA evaluators to ascertain that the bid is complete.
    5. Any submittals too large to secure in the binder must be clearly labeled with the name of the
       bidder.
    6. One original copy of the bid shall be submitted.
    7. All documents with signatures required shall be original signed with ink.
    8. Data must be provided on electronic media (3.5” diskettes or CD’s) and a hardcopy printout of
       the data shall be signed and submitted with the bid. Electronic media shall be clearly identified
       and labeled by including the vendor name, name of the bid and date. These must be placed in a
       protective pouch. Electronic price lists shall be in Microsoft Excel 2003 or less and shall allow
       for sorting on any of the fields listed below. Other documents may be submitted as Word or PDF
       files.
    9. An additional electronic file in Excel containing the pricing information is available from AEPA.




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                                                               Signature              Word
                                                                            Hard     or PDF       Excel
     Divider      Form                 Description            Required on
                                                                            Copy                   File
                                                              Hard Copy                File
                            _____Bid Affidavit Signature
         1          A                                             X          X
                            Page (Hard Copy Notarized)
                            _____Bid, Acceptance of Bid
         1           B                                            X          X
                            and Contract Award
                            _____Questionnaire for
         2          C                                             X          X          X
                            Bidders
                            _____Bidder’s Company &
         3          D                                             X          X          X
                            Product Information
                            _____Bidders Operations
         4           E                                            X          X          X
                            Questionnaire
                            _____Exceptions to Terms,
         5           F                                            X          X          X
                            Conditions and Specifications
                            _____Pricing for Roofing
         6          G                                             X          X                      X
                            Products and Services
                            _____Appendix with Catalogs,
         7                                                                   X
                            Slicks, Model Information, etc.
      Left                  _____Bid Security Bond for
                                                                    X
     Pocket                 $10,000
      Left
                       _____Electronic Media
     Pocket
    ______All questions have been answered and data provided as requested. (Omissions and
    errors can cause bids to be rejected.)




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A. Bid Affidavit Signature Page
                                                AFFIDAVIT
1.       The undersigned, duly authorized to represent the persons, firms and corporations joining and
participating in the submission of the foregoing bid (such persons, firms and corporations hereinafter
being referred to as the bidder), being duly sworn, on his/her oath, states that to the best of his/her belief
and knowledge no person, firm or corporation, nor any person duly representing the same joining and
participating in the submission of the foregoing bid, has directly or indirectly entered into any agreement
or arrangement with any other bidders, or with any official of the Member Agency, or any employee
thereof, or any person, firm or corporation under contract with the Member Agency whereby the bidder,
in order to induce the acceptance of the foregoing bid by the Member Agency, has paid or is to pay to any
other bidder or to any of the aforementioned persons anything of value whatever, and that the bidder has
not, directly nor indirectly entered into any arrangement or agreement with any other bidder or bidders
which tends to or does lessen or destroy free competition in the letting of the contract sought for by the
foregoing bid.
2.       This is to certify that the bidder, or any person on his/her behalf, has not agreed, connived, or
colluded to produce a deceptive show of competition in the manner of the bidding or award of the
referenced contract.
3.       This is to certify that neither I, nor to the best of my knowledge, information and belief, the
bidder, nor any officer, director, partner, member or associate of the bidder, nor any of its employees
directly involved in obtaining contracts with the State of Member Agency, Member Agency, or any
subdivision of the state has been convicted of false pretenses, attempted false pretenses, or conspiracy to
commit false pretenses, bribery, attempted bribery or conspiracy to bribe under the laws of any state or
federal government for acts or omissions after January 1, 1985.
4.       This is to certify that the bidder or any person on his behalf has examined and understands the
terms, conditions, scope of work and specifications, and other documents of this solicitation and that any
and all exceptions have been noted in writing and have been included with the bid submittal.
5.       This is to certify that if awarded a contract, the bidder will provide the equipment, commodities,
and/or services to members and affiliate members of the Agency in accordance with the terms, conditions,
scope of work and specifications and other documents of this solicitation in the following pages of this
bid.



Authorized Representative (Please print or type)                    Mailing Address



Title (Please print or type)                                        City, State, Zip



Signature of Authorized Representative                              Date               Phone           Fax

Subscribed and sworn to before me this                     day of

Notary Public in and for County of, State of

My commission expires: Signature:


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B. Bid, Acceptance of Bid and Contract Award
                         AEPA IFB 005A – Roofing Related Services

                                            BID, ACCEPTANCE OF BID
                                                      And
                                               CONTRACT AWARD


  TO BE COMPLETED BY BIDDER

In compliance with the Invitation to Bid, the undersigned warrants that I/we have examined the
Instructions to Bidders, and, being familiar with all of the conditions surrounding the proposed projects,
hereby offer and agree to furnish all labor, materials, and supplies incurred in compliance with all terms,
conditions, specifications and amendments in the INVITATION TO BID and any written exceptions to
the bid. Signature also certifies understanding and compliance with the certification requirements of the
Agency Terms and Conditions and the special Terms and Conditions. The undersigned understands that
his/her competence and responsibility and that of hi proposed subcontractors, time of completion, as well
as other factors of interest to the Agency as stated in the evaluation section will be a consideration in
making the award.
Company Name                                                                       Date
Company Address                                           City                     State     Zip
Contact Person                                                            Title
Authorized Signature (ink only)                                           Title

  ACCEPTANCE OF BID AND CONTRACT AWARD TO BE COMPLETED ONLY BY AGENCY

Your bid for contracting services is hereby accepted. As contractor, you are now bound to sell the
materials and services listed by the attached bid based upon the solicitation, including all terms,
conditions, specifications, amendments as set forth in the Invitation for Bid. As contractor you are hereby
cautioned not to commence any billable work or provide any material or service under this contract until
contractor receives an executed purchase order from the Agency. The parties intend this contract to
constitute the final and complete agreement between the Agency and contractor, and no other agreements,
oral or otherwise, regarding the subject matter of this contract, shall bind any of the parties hereto. No
change or modification of this contract shall be valid unless it shall be in writing and signed by both
parties to this contract. If any provision of this contract is deemed invalid or illegal by any appropriate
court of law, the remainder of this contract shall not be affected thereby. The term of the agreement shall
commence on award and continue until February 28, 2006 unless terminated, canceled or extended. By
mutual written agreement, the contract may be extended for three additional 12-month periods ending on
February 28, 2007: February 29, 2008 and February 28, 2009.

Awarding Agency:

Agency Executive

Awarded this                day of                               Contract Number

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C. Questionnaire for Bidders
Company Name
Please check Yes/No answers. “Days” requested are calendar days. If room provided is inadequate
indicate, “see attached” and label the attachment with the question number.
    1. Can your company serve all AEPA states with the best service offered?         YES / NO
    2. Do you currently have representatives for all AEPA states?                    YES / NO
        (If no, a plan and timeline for providing these services is to be attached.)
    3. Is your pricing guaranteed for the term of the contract?                      YES / NO
    4. Is shipping/handling (S/H) included in the price?                             YES / NO
    5. If Prepaid and Add (PP & A), estimate S/H on purchases

    6. Describe your return policy

    7.  Do you have a restocking fee?                                                     YES /         NO
    8.  What is your restocking fee, if any? (Not to exceed 15%)
    9.  Will you offer Participating Agencies a quick pay discount?                       YES /         NO
    10. If YES, what is the discount?              Number of days?
    11. How many line items are you offering under this bid category?
    12. If some of the line items that you sell are not covered under this bid, do you have a way to block
        orders for these items?                                                           YES /         NO
        Delivery of stocked items is promised within                                                   days
    13. What is your average time from receipt of order to shipping stocked items?                     days
    14. Delivery of non-stocked items is promised within                                               days
    15. Do you offer an electronic ordering system?                                       YES /         NO
        Do you have minimum order requirements?                                           YES /         NO
        If yes, please describe.

    16. As an important part of the evaluation of your offer, you must indicate the level of support you
         are offering in this bid. A bid will be determined to be non-responsive if this question is
         unanswered. Check either line a, b, or c. Prices offered in this bid are:
           a. The same as we offer on single school district bids.
           b. The same as we offer to cooperatives and state purchasing departments.
           c. Better than we offer to cooperatives or state purchasing departments.
    If either line b or c is checked, indicate the percent lower (on single items) than the best price
    ordinarily offered to educational institutions, cooperatives, or state purchasing departments.
           Two percent (2%)              Three percent (3%)                         Four percent (4%)
           Five percent (5%)             Six percent (6%)                           Other                 .
    Additional quantity or volume discounts are identified on the pricing page              YES /      NO




    Signature (Same signature as on Bid Affidavit Signature and Acceptance Form)


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D. Bidder’s Company and Product Information
    Responses shall be clearly labeled with the item number. (Example D2)
    Proper evaluation of bidders requires information about the bidding company and their products.
1a.    Public Companies must provide their most recent yearly report to stockholders.
1b.    Private Companies must answer the questions below.
       a.       Provide a brief history of your company that includes the type of business and its
       philosophy of doing business. If the bidder has recently purchased an established business, or has
       proof of prior success in this business, or a closely related business, please provide written
       verification.
       b.       Indicate the location of the headquarters of the company. List any branch offices in the
       state of any AEPA member. Provide the name, title, qualifications and experience of the your
       employee, that will coordinate the work and be the general contact for this contract.
       c.       For purposes of determining a bidder's ability to perform financially, attach a letter from
       your financial institution that indicates the line of credit available to you currently, and evidence
       of financial stability over the past three (3) years. This letter does not need to identify a dollar
       amount; instead, a credit range should be indicated. (For example, “credit in the low six figures”
       or “a credit line exceeding five figures”).
2.     Gaps sometimes exist between management (those who respond to IFB’s) and sales staff (those
       who contact the public educational institutions) that results in problems. Provide the Names your
       key sales people, phone numbers and states for which they are responsible.
3.     To assure that the manufacturer can consistently deliver quality materials, the prime contractor
       must provide written evidence of twenty (20) quarters of continuous plant inspections of roofing
       manufacturer sites over the past five (5) years by an independent Nationally Recognized Testing
       Laboratory (NRTL) as defined in 29 CFR, Part 1910, “Products requiring NRTL Approval”
       dated December 14, 1998, from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
4.     To assure that the manufacturer has a demonstrated and proven record of roofing work in
       agency member states, provide a list of public agencies (preferably school districts) where work
       has been successfully accomplished in each state. Provide the name of the public agency, type
       of roof repair or replacements, contract amount, contact name and telephone number.
5.     Any business that has served the public for more than ten years will have had problem projects.
       List five projects that have had problems (use more than one state), describe the problem, and
       identify how the problem was solved (what steps were taken to satisfy the customer). Provide
       the name of the public agency, type of roof repair or replacements, contract amount, contact
       name and telephone number.
6.     Manufacturers responding to this solicitation must name one or more dealers or subcontractors
       certified and trained to install their products. The prime contractor must identify how their
       dealers/subcontractors are certified. Provide the name of the dealer/subcontractor, business
       name, address, telephone (voice and fax), and the state contractor’s license number, if any.
7.     Manufacturer must offer destructive and nondestructive roof analysis including infrared and
       electronic analysis, asbestos testing, tensile testing, and core and bitumen analysis.
8.     Manufacturer must provide a list of equipment and labs used for testing.
9.     Costs for inspection must be separated from construction costs, but may be included as a line
       item in this contract. Manufacturer must offer to refund (or credit) all or a percentage of the
       inspection costs if the agency member issues a contract for installation within a 12-month
       period.
10.    Manufacturer must agree that all systems installed will be 100% asbestos free, have UL labels
       and be warranted by the prime contractor for a fifteen-year or more period. (A ten-year
       warranted roof might be placed on a temporary building, if authorized by the buyer, but must be
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         priced after part III, H 4.) Where code allows, prime contractor must be able to install over
         existing roofs with UL listed systems. All systems installed must have a UL 790, Class A rating.
11.      Manufacturer may offer extended warranties available at extra cost for agency members that
         agree to a maintenance contract. The maintenance contract must be offered as a separate line
         item. Upon request, no cost training must be offered by the prime contractor for the
         maintenance staff of the buyer and will be arranged prior to installation as part of the purchase
         contract. (Describe the no cost training to be offered in the solicitation.)
12.      To monitor and guarantee the quality of the work being performed by subcontractors, the prime
         contractor must have inspectors examine each project from start to finish. Describe in writing
         how you will meet this requirement and provide the names and a qualifications brief of each
         inspector.
13.      Prime contractor may bid specific roof repair that meets Factory Mutual Research Corporation’s
         published “Roof Fix-It Guides” specifications, if the contents of the specifications below are not
         inclusive. The resulting roof restorations must meet UL, Class A, and FM I-90 standards. Line
         item prices will be placed after in part III E, 4.




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E. Bidder’s Operations Questionnaire
    Please answer and address all questions and requests as well as supply any applicable supporting
    information and documentation. Organize this documentation answers and information request
    under the questionnaire response tab. All information must be typed, organized and easily understood
    by evaluators. Limit your answer and documentation as to that which directly addresses the questions
    and requests.
    Identify all responses according to the item number. (Example E2)
1. Supply an organizational chart of the work force structure that will support our contract and your
    installed roofing services.
2. Indicate and illustrate your ability to provide full time onsite project management on every project in
    each AEPA state.
3. Please list a break down by state indicating your full time inspectors and list the employee names and
    addresses.
4. Supply a job reference list for each AEPA state.
5. Supply your contractor approval and certification process.
6. Supply list of approved and certified contractors for each AEPA state.
7. Supply 5 roofing project manuals from completed projects on governmental or educational customers.
8. Provide documentation verify warranty protection covering installation, details, flashing, materials,
    workmanship, inspection and preventive maintenance.
9. Please include a sample of your 10, 15 and 20-year warranty. Also list your limited facility life
    solution 5-7 years warranty and explain how they differ.
10. Provide documentation indicating the total dollar volume of your general contracting services as well
    as materials for last 3 fiscal years.
11. Provide documentation to show the number of years your company has been in the general
    contracting and construction management business.
12. Indicate your experience in line item contracting and total dollar volume for last 3 years? Provide
    names and addresses of the top 5 governmental customers agencies and dollar volumes.
13. Indicate your company structure to provide services as a prime contractor and material manufacture.
14. Provide documentation to verify your company as a prime contractor and manufacturing company
    with ISO 9001: 2000 status.
15. Briefly describe your variety of manufactured products and services you are offering to the AEPA
    customers.
16. Are you able to provide multiple manufactured material? Describe the number and variety of roofing
    applications and manufactured material you are able to offer through licensed installers.
17. Describe your ability to service customers throughout the entire geographic area of the 21 AEPA
    states. Describe the requested service area you cannot or would not consider providing your products
    and service to through.
18. Describe your marketing program strategy to actively promote the contracted services to all AEPA
    qualified customers. Provide marketing plan.
19. Describe your marketing material promoting this type of partnership and contract opportunity.
20. Explain your marketing role and how you see the marketing role of the AEPA agency in this type of
    agreement and partnership.
21. Are you willing to provide product/service through the AEPA contract at a lower price or better value
    than our customers can access directly or through other similar buying groups or as a result of
    contract efforts of their own? Describe price level.

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22. Are you willing to allow for an administrative marketing fee in exchange for contract facilitation and
    marketing as described in the specific AEPA terms and conditions?
23. Will your company offer and promote the AEPA contract and discounted pricing to all qualified
    AEPA customers? Please describe pricing structure and level of discount.
24. Do you have the ability to offer advanced technology and methods of installation with regard to
    services and products provided? Describe.
25. Describe your service procedure and state the proposed time frame from customer request to product
    or service provided and completed.
26. Please list references, including the customer name, contact, and phone number of at least three past
    customers who are capable of giving a performance review.
27. What valued added options do you offer not defined or addressed in the IFB format? If they are best
    described in the line item format please add to designated area at the end of the line item list.
28. List recent industry standard awards and recognition (provide documents).
29. Describe any multiple level of service available as options or choice for customers.
30. Describe your use of the Internet to provide your services.




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F. Exceptions to Terms, Conditions and Specifications
Company Name
Note: This is a sample form. Actual data must be provided on disk, and printed. Original must be
signed and inserted in the bid after it is printed.
Any exceptions to the Terms, Conditions, Specifications or Bid Forms contained herein shall be noted in
writing and included with the bid submittal.

IFB    Outline            Term, Condition or Specification   Exception
Page   Number
Number




    Signature (Same signature as on Bid Affidavit Signature and Acceptance Form)



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G. Pricing for Roofing Products and Services

Prime contractor must provide written response to specifications by responding to the “Indefinite Quantity Unit Price Schedule.” You are agreeing to the
specifications as written for each item to which you provide a price. If the specification asks for some supporting document, describe where it can be
found in your submission. If you meet the specification in an alternative fashion, describe how your solution is equal or better. You must respond to all
items, either by pricing or by reference. If you will not or are not able to accomplish a given specification, indicate a NO BID for that specification on the
pricing page. Only items priced can be invoiced to an agency member.


Bidder shall provide a discount and price schedule. All price schedules shall follow the format and provide the
information listed below. Additional pricing and/or discounts may be included. Electronic price lists (3.5" disks, or
CD's) must clearly be identified/labeled by including the vendor name, name of the bid and date. These must be
placed in a protective pouch. Electronic price lists shall be in Microsoft Excel and shall allow for sorting on any of
the six fields listed below. Price data must be those for OCTOBER 15 for audit purposes.

 1 Manufacturer
 2 Manufacturer part number
 3 Vendor Part number (if different from manufacturer part number)
 4 Product description
 5 Percentage discount from list price
 6 Final agency price (excluding freight)

Also include information on Extended Warranty.
Provide Agency prices for all extended warranty plans.
Note: The following items have been selected for cost evaluation purposes. Please provide cost for each line item.




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  Item                                                                                                    Eval.     Unit of          Bid
Number                                                       Work/Product Description                    Points    Measure         Amount
4.A.1     Civil Restoration
A.1.1     Pressure cleaning, vertical walls                                                                 3          SF      $
A.1.2     Pressure cleaning, horizontal surfaces                                                            3          SF      $
A.1.3     Rubberized coating waterproofing, brush applied, per coat                                         6          SF      $
A.1.4     Vinyl/acrylic resin, dampproofing, brush applied per coat.                                        6          SF      $
A.1.5     Non-pigmented synthetic resin, waterproofing, one coat sprayed on                                 6          SF      $
A.1.6     Caulking: remove existing, clean and prime joint                                                  1          LF      $
A.1.7     Caulking, epoxied urethane compound, 2 component, 1/4” x 1/4”, in place                           1          LF      $
A.1.8     Caulking, polyurethane, 1 component, 1/4” x 1/4”, in place                                        1          LF      $
A.1.9     Caulking, polyurethane, 1 component, 1/2” x 1/2”, in place                                        1          LF      $
A.1.10    Caulking, silicone rubber, 1 component, 1/4” x 1/4”, in place                                     1          LF      $
A.1.11    Caulking, epoxied urethane compound, 2 component, 3/4” x 3/8”, in place                           1          LF      $
A.1.13    Caulking, silicone rubber, 1 component, 3/4” x 3/8”, in place                                     1          LF      $
A.1.14    Backer rod, polyethylene, 3/8” diameter, installed in prepared opening                            2          LF      $
A.1.15    Backer rod, polyethylene, 1/2” diameter, installed in prepared opening                            2          LF      $
A.1.16    Backer rod, polyethylene, 3/4” diameter, installed in prepared opening                            2          LF      $
A.1.17    Backer rod, polyethylene, 1” diameter, installed in prepared opening                              2          LF      $
A.1.18    Route existing cracks in concrete or masonry"                                                     2          LF      $
A.1.19    Install traffic grade polyurethane sealant "                                                      2          LF      $
A.1.20    Prepare concrete by Shot blasting                                                                 3          SF      $
A.1.21    Vertical application of penetrating sealer                                                        3          SF      $
A.1.22    Horizontal application of penetrating sealer                                                      3          SF      $
A.1.23    Horizontal Polyurethane Traffic Coating                                                           3          SF      $
A.1.24    Site Preparation, Earthwork                                                                       6          SF      $
A.1.25    Install New Crushed Stone Sub-Base                                                                4          SF      $
A.1.26    Install Base Asphalt and Topping Asphalt Surfacing                                                4          SF      $

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A.1.27    Repair and Seal Existing Asphalt Surfacing                                                       2          SF      $
A.1.28    Install new concrete pavement or sidewalks                                                       4          SF      $
A.1.29    Install new Line Striping                                                                        2          LF      $
A.1.30    Install new top soil and grass seeding                                                           3          SF      $
B.1       Insulation
B.1.1     Demolition of roof insulation, per inch of depth                                                 6          SF      $
B.1.2     Demolition of lightweight cementitious fills, per inch of depth                                  6          SF      $
B.1.3     Roof deck insulation, Isocyanurate in 4’ x 4’ or 4’ x 8’ sheets
          with fiberglass facers, 1” thick, R-6.6, applied Type IV asphalt
          Hot applications                                                                                 4          SF      $
          Cold applications                                                                                4          SF      $
B.1.4     Roof deck insulation, Isocyanurate in 4’ x 4’ or 4’ x 8’ sheets
          with fiberglass facers, 1 1/2” thick, R-10.0, applied Type IV asphalt
          Hot applications                                                                                 4          SF      $
          Cold applications                                                                                4          SF      $
B.1.5     Roof deck insulation, Isocyanurate in 4’ x 4’ or 4’ x 8’ sheets, 1” thick,
          R-6.6,mechanically fastened                                                                      4          SF      $
B.1.6     Roof deck insulation, Isocyanurate in 4’ x 4’ or 4’ x 8’ sheets
          with fiberglass facers, 1 1/2” thick, R-10.0, mechanically fastened                              4          SF      $
B.1.7     Roof deck insulation, fiberboard in 4’ x 4’ sheets, 1/2” thick, R-1.39,
          applied Type IV asphalt
          Hot applications                                                                                 4          SF      $
          Cold applications                                                                                4          SF      $
B.1.8     Roof deck insulation, fiberboard in 4’ x 8’ sheets, 25/32” thick, R-2.4,
          installed hot/cold or mechanically attached coated six sides
                        Hot applications                                                                   4          SF      $
                        Cold applications                                                                  4          SF      $
                        Mechanically attached                                                              4          SF      $
B.1.9     Roof deck insulation, fiberboard in 4’ x 4’, 1” thick, R-2.78, applied

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          Type IV asphalt (or appropriate() asphalt, coated six sides
                        Hot applications                                                                          4          SF      $
                        Cold applications                                                                         4          SF      $
B.1.10    Roof deck insulation, fiberboard in 4' x 4' sheets,
          1/2” thick, R-1.39, mechanically fastened, coated six sides                                             4          SF      $
B.1.11    Roof deck insulation, fiberboard in 4’ x 4’, 1” thick, R-2.78,
          mechanically fastened, coated six sides                                                                 4          SF      $
B.1.12    Roof deck insulation, lightweight cellular wire reinforced concrete fill,
          R-value depending on thickness, per inch of depth                                                       4          BF      $
B.1.13    Roof deck insulation, vermiculite at 1/8:12, R-value depending on
          thickness, per inch of depth                                                                            4          BF      $
B.1.14    Roof deck insulation, vermiculite at 1/4:12, R-value depending
           on thickness, per inch of depth                                                                        4          BF      $
B.1.15    Roof deck insulation, gypsum panels, 3” thick                                                           4          SF      $
B.1.16    Roof deck insulation, Isocyanurate (black facer only), tapered, 1/8” per foot
           slope, Type IV asphalt, per inch of depth                                                              4          BF      $
B.1.17    Roof deck insulation, Isocyanurate (black facer only), tapered,
          1/4” per foot slope, Type IV asphalt, per inch of depth                                                 4          BF      $
B.1.18    Cold insulation adhesive                                                                                2          BF      $
B.1.19    CDX Gypsum, 1/4" x 4 x 8', mechanically attached or set into adhesive                                   2          BF      $
B.1.20    CDX Gypsum, 1/2" x 4 x 8', mechanically attached or set into adhesive                                   2          BF      $
B.1.21    CDX Gypsum with fiberglass, facer: 1/4" x 4' x 8', mechanically attached or
          set into adhesive                                                                                       2          BF      $
B.1.22    CDX Gypsum with fiberglass facer: 1/2" x 4' x 8', mechanically attached
          or set into adhesive
          Hot applications                                                                                        2          SF      $
          Cold applications                                                                                       2          SF      $
B.1.23    Roof deck insulation,Composite Wood Fiberboard/Isocyanurate in
          4' x 4' or 4' x 8' sheets 3.0" thick, R-19.2 installed, Hot or Cold Applications.

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          Hot applications, Type IV                                                                              2          SF      $
          Cold Applications                                                                                      2          SF      $
C.1       Roof Tiles and Shingles
C.1.1     Remove composition shingles and felts to decking (test for asbestos prior
           to removal)                                                                                           6          SF      $
C.1.2     Remove clay, concrete, or slate roof tiles to decking                                                  6          SF      $
C.1.3     Remove wood shingles and felts to decking                                                              6          SF      $
C.1.4     Shingles, fiberglass, Class A, 25-year strip shingles, slopes 3:12 or greater                          6          SF      $
C.1.5     Shingles, fiberglass, Class A, 30-year, premium laminated multilayered                                 6          SF      $
C.1.6     shingles, slopes 3:12 or greater
          Replace clay or concrete roof tiles                                                                    3          EA      $
          replace/repair other shingles, each                                                                    3          EA      $
C.1.7     second 40 lb. Underlayment
          Waterproofing sheet for shingles tiles, metal waterways, etc.
          Mechanically attached set in adhesive                                                                  3          SF      $
          Peel-off backing                                                                                       3          SF      $
D.1       Roofing and Roof Restoration
D.1.1     Remove built-up roof, multi-ply aggregate, non-asbestos, one inch thick or
            less.                                                                                                4          SF      $
D.1.2     Remove single-ply roof: ballast, and membrane only                                                     4          SF      $
D.1.3     Remove single-ply roof, membrane partially or fully adhered                                            4          SF      $
D.1.4     Remove single-ply roof, membrane mechanically attached                                                 4          SF      $
D.1.5     Remove copper sheet roofing                                                                            4          SF      $
D.1.6     Base sheet, 3-ply fiberglass, Type IV (or appropriate Type) asphalt
            (17 year roof)                                                                                       6          SF      $
D.1.7     Base sheet, 4-plies fiberglass, mechanically attached (17-year roof)                                   6          SF      $
D.1.8     Base sheet with 2 plies, fiberglass felts, Type IV asphalt (or appropriate type)                       6          SF      $
D.1.9     Base sheet with 3 plies, fiberglass felts, Type IV asphalt (or appropriate type)                       6          SF      $
D.1.10    Base sheet mechanically attached with 4 plies, Type VI fiberglass felts,

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            Type IV (or appropriate Type) asphalt                                                              6          SF      $
D.1.11    Nail base sheet, 3 plies Type VI fiberglass felts, fiberglass cap, Type IV
            (or appropriate Type) asphalt.                                                                     3          SF      $
D.1.12    Base sheet with 4 plies; 2 polyester and 2 fiberglass felts, Type IV
            (or appropriate Type) asphalt (20 year roof)                                                       6          SF      $
D.1.13    Built-up roof, base sheet with 3 plies polyester roofing sheet, Type IV
            (or appropriate Type) asphalt (20 year roof)                                                       6          SF      $
D.1.14    Built-up roof, base sheet with 3 plies Type GS fiberglass, cold process
            ashesive (20 year roof)                                                                            6          SF      $
D.1.15    Built-up roof base sheet plus 4 plies Type G2 fiberglass, cold process
            adhesive (30 year roof)                                                                            6          SF      $
D.1.16    Built-up roof, base sheet, 1 ply Type VI fiberglass, 1 ply modified
            bitumen sheet, fire rated, Type IV asphalt (15 year roof)                                          6          SF      $
D.1.17    Built-up roof, base sheet, G-2, 33 lb., mechanically attached                                        6          SF      $
D.1.18    Built-up roof, base sheet, G-2, 33 lb., Type IV asphalt                                              6          SF      $
D.1.19    Built-up roof, premium asphalt, added cost per ply per square foot                                   2          SF      $
D.1.21    Built-up roof, modified bitumen adhesive, added cost per ply per squre foot                          2          SF      $
D.1.21    Built-up roof, surface with cold asphaltic surfacing adhesive and gravel                             3          SF      $
D.1.22    Built-up roof, surface with emulsion and granules                                                    6          SF      $
D.1.23    Built-up roof, surface with emulsion and aluminum coating                                            6          SF      $
D.1.24    Built-up roof, surface with emulsion and white elastomeric coating                                   6          SF      $
D.1.25    Built-up roof, surface with aluminum coating or paint                                                6          SF      $
D.1.26    Built-up roofing repairs; fibered ashpalt mastic, brush grade, with fiberglass
            mesh                                                                                               4          SF      $
D.1.27    Built-up roofing repairs; pitch-based mastic, with fiberglass mesh                                   4          SF      $
D.1.28    Built-up roofing repairs; elastomeric mastic, with fiberglass mesh                                   4          SF      $
D.1.29    Built-up roofing rrestoration, odorless, coal tar pitch or asphalt roofs                             6          SF      $
D.1.30    Single-ply roof, CSPE, 45 mils reinforced, asbestos free,
           mechanically fastened                                                                               6          SF      $

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D.1.31    Single-ply roof, CSPE, 60 mils reinforced, asbestos free, mechanically
            fastened                                                                                           6          SF      $
D.1.32    Single-ply roofing repairs (CSPE, PVC, and EPDM)                                                     4          SF      $
D.1.33    Flashing membrane, 2 ply, Type IV or Type VI fiberglass                                              2          SF      $
D.1.34    Flashing membrane, 1 ply polyester and 1 ply modified bitumen                                        2          SF      $
D.1.35    Flashing membrane, 2 ply, polyester                                                                  2          SF      $
D.1.36    Flashing membrane, CSPE                                                                              2          SF      $
D.1.37    Flashing membrane, CSPE with aluminum coating                                                        2          SF      $
D.1.38    Polyurethane foam roofing                                                                            6          SF      $
D.1.39    Additional Polyurethane foam coating                                                                 3          SF      $
D.1.40    Single-ply roof, EDPM, 45 mils reinforced, mechanically fastened                                     6          SF      $
D.1.41    Single-ply roof, EDPM, 60 mils fully adhered                                                         6          SF      $
D.1.42    Building paper, asphalt felt sheathing paper, 1 ply, 15#, inplace                                    2          SF      $
D.1.43    Building paper, red rosin paper, 5 square rolls, 4 pounds per square, in place                       2          SF      $
D.1.44    Vapor retarder adhered, 2 ply inorganic, glass, Type IV, applied in Type IV,
            applied in Type IV (or appropriate Type) asphalt, in place                                         3          SF      $
D.1.45    Vapor retarder, 2 ply organic, Type 15 pound, applied in Type IV asphalt
            (or appropriate type), in place                                                                    3          SF      $
D.1.46    Vapor retarder; 2-ply inorganic, glass, Type IV, applied in cold adhesive
            to 4' x 8' x 1/4" glass-mat embedded, water resistant gypsum core panel
            mechanically fastened                                                                              3          SF      $
E.1.      Masonry
E.1.1     Masonry Tuck pointing                                                                                3          SF      $
E.1.2     Brick, remove and reset, over 50 square feet                                                         6          SF      $
E.1.3     Block, remove and reset                                                                              6          SF      $
E.1.4     Coping stones, remove and reset                                                                      3          EA      $
          Brick, block or coping removal                                                                       3          EA      $
F.1.      Metalwork
F.1.1     Remove standard metal decking                                                                        6          SF      $

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F.1.2     Install metal decking                                                                         6          SF      $
F.1.3     Install steel plate, two sizes                                                                6          SF      $
F.1.4     Remove metal counterflashing                                                                  3          LF      $
F.1.5     Counterflashing, galvanized, 24 gauge, 6" width                                               3          LF      $
F.1.6     Counterflashing, copper, 16 oz., 6" width                                                     3          LF      $
F.1.7     Remove metal edge, gravel stop, eave strip, or coping                                         3          LF      $
F.1.8     Metal edge raised, galvanized steel fascia/eave drip; 6" face, hemmed,
            continuous cleat, 3" deck flange                                                            2          LF      $
F.1.9     Gravel stop, galvanized steel, 24 gauge, 6" face                                              2          LF      $
F.1.10    Remove metal gutter                                                                           2          LF      $
F.1.11    Gutter, galvanized steel, ASTM 526, with 12.5oz./square foot galvanized
           coating, 24 gauge, 5" box or ogee style, joints and end caps shall be
           soldered                                                                                     2          LF      $
F.1.12    Gutter, aluminum, .050" thick 5" box or ogee, painted, Kynar finish                           2          LF      $
F.1.13    Gutter, copper, 16 oz, half round, 5" wide                                                    2          LF      $
F.1.14    Gutter, cipper, 16 oz, half round, 6" wide                                                    2          LF      $
F.1.15    Remove metal downspouts                                                                       2          LF      $
F.1.16    Downspouts, aluminum, .024" thick, 3" x 4", painted, installed                                2          LF      $
F.1.17    Downspouts, GI, 24 gauge 3" x 4" installed                                                    2          LF      $
F.1.18    Downspouts, GI, 24 gauge, 4" round, installed                                                 2          LF      $
F.1.19    Downspouts, copper, 16oz., 6" round, installed                                                2          LF      $
F.1.20    Downspouts, strainer                                                                          2          EA      $
F.1.21    Metal flashing, apron flashing, 9" wide                                                       3          LF      $
F.1.22    Metal flashing, step flashing                                                                 2          EA      $
F.1.23    Metal splash pan, 16 oz.                                                                      2          EA      $
F.1.24    Metal trim, aluminum, .032" thick, painted                                                    2          SF      $
F.1.25    Metal storm collar                                                                            2          EA      $
F.1.26    Metal coping, galvanized steel, 24 gauge, standing seam                                       2          SF      $
F.1.27    Metal coping, galvanized steel, 24 gauge, with butt plate                                     2          SF      $

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F.1.28    Resolder joints in sheet metal                                                 3          LF      $
F.1.29    Metal Edge, Aluminum, 0.50 thick 6" face painted                               2          SF      $
F.1.30    Metal Edge, Aluminum, free floating fascia system                              2          SF      $
F.1.31    Parapet Wall metal                                                             2          SF      $
G.1       Woodwork
G.1.1     Demolition of plywood or standard 1” x 6” decking                              6          SF      $
G.1.2     Demolition of standard 2” x 6” tongue and groove decking                       6          SF      $
G.1.3     Plywood decking, CDX, 1/2” thick (or 15/32" optional)                          4          SF      $
G.1.4     Plywood decking, CDX, 5/8” thick                                               4          SF      $
G.1.5     Plywood decking, CDX, 3/4” thick                                               4          SF      $
G.1.6     Standard 1” x 6” decking, tongue and groove                                    4          SF      $
G.1.7     Standard 2” x 6” tongue and groove decking                                     4          SF      $
G.1.8     Cants, wood fiber, trapezoidal, 1 1/2” x 5 5/8”                                2          LF      $
G.1.9     Cants, treated wood, 4” x 4” diagonal                                          2          LF      $
G.1.10    Nailer, treated wood, 1” x 4”                                                  2          LF      $
G.1.11    Nailer, treated wood, 2” x 4”                                                  2          LF      $
G.1.12    Nailer, treated wood, 2” x 6”                                                  2          LF      $
G.1.13    2" x 8" optional                                                               3          LF      $
G.1.14    Curbing, treated wood, 2” x 12”                                                3          LF      $
G.1.15    Joist, fir, 2” x 6”                                                            3          LF      $
G.1.16    2" x 8"                                                                        3          LF      $
G.1.17    Joist, fir, 2” x 10”                                                           3          LF      $
G.1.18    2" x 12"                                                                       3          LF      $
H.1.      Standing Seam Metal Roof System (SSMRS)
          Price each specification using line items.
H.1.1     Pre-engineered SSMRS, products (20-year roof)                                  6          SF      $
H.1.2     Subpurlins                                                                     3          LF      $
H.1.3     Roof panel installation                                                        6          SF      $
H.1.4     Field forming of panels                                                        6          SF      $

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H.1.5     Concealed anchor clips                                                                          2          EA      $
H.1.6     Vapor retarder installation                                                                     4          SF      $
H.1.7     Insulation installation                                                                         3          SF      $
H.1.8     Gutters (SSMRS only)                                                                            2          LF      $
H.1.9     Gutter liners                                                                                   2          SF      $
H.1.10    Flashing                                                                                        2          LF      $
H.1.11    Expansion joints                                                                                2          LF      $
I.1       Roof Specialties and Accessories
I.1.1     Remove roof hatch                                                                               3          EA      $
I.1.2     Roof hatch, aluminum, 2’6” x 3’0”                                                               3          EA      $
I.1.3     Roof hatch, aluminum, larger sizes                                                              3          SF      $
I.1.4     Remove existing roof drain, except plumbing                                                     2          EA      $
I.1.5     Install new roof drain, except plumbing                                                         2          EA      $
I.1.6     Reflash existing roof drain                                                                     2          EA      $
I.1.7     Plumbing stack, 4# lead flashing                                                                2          EA      $
I.1.8     Scupper, sheet steel, 24 gauge ASTM A 526, match existing configuration                         2          EA      $
I.1.9     Remove existing walkway, built-up roofs                                                         4          SF      $
I.1.10    Walkway, built-up roofs, desert tan fiberglass                                                  4          LF      $
I.1.11    Walkway, built up roofs, non skid                                                               4          LF      $
I.1.12    Walkway, single ply roof
          30" wide roll goods, tape attached                                                              4          LF      $
          30" wide roll, hot asphalt attached                                                             4          LF      $
          30" wide roll, adhesive attached                                                                4          LF      $
I.1.13    Roof ventilators                                                                                3          EA      $
I.1.14    Roof ladder, steel, bolted to concrete, up to 20 feet, without cage                             3          LF      $
I.1.15    Roof ladder, steel, bolted to concrete, 20 feet and up, with cage                               3          LF      $
I.1.16    Roof ladder, security ladder guard                                                              3          EA      $
I.1.17    Termination bar, aluminum, 1/4” x 1”                                                            2          LF      $
I.1.18    Pitch pocket, 24 gauge, GI, 6” x 6”, with storm collar hemmed to outside,

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            soldered corners and seams                                                                 2          EA      $
I.1.19    Pitch pocket, 24 gauge, GI, 8” x 8”, with storm collar, hemmed
           to oytside, soldered corners and seams                                                      2          EA      $
I.1.20    Pitch pocket, resurface top only
          8" x 8"                                                                                      2          EA      $
          12" x 12"                                                                                    2          EA      $
I.1.21    Expansion joint, butyl or neoprene bellows, galvanized flange                                2          LF      $
I.1.22    Expansion joint, CSPE reinforced                                                             3          LF      $
I.1.23    Repair kit for dry repairs                                                                   3          EA      $
I.1.24    Repair kit for wet repairs                                                                   3          EA      $
I.1.25    Skylights (price each size and lens combination)
            standard 3' x 5', 4' x 4', 4' x 8' with single clear lenses                                4          SF      $
            standard 3' x 5', 4' x 4', 4' x 8' with clear double lenses                                4          SF      $
             Skylight lense replacement only, clear                                                    2          SF      $
             Skylight lense replacement only, double clear                                             2          SF      $
I.1.26    Security/fall bars for skylights
          3' x 5'                                                                                      3          EA      $
          4' x 4'                                                                                      3          EA      $
          4' x 8'                                                                                      3          EA      $
          Special sizes                                                                                3          SF      $
K.1       Roof services
K.1.1     Asbestos core testing                                                                        6          EA      $
K.1.2     Core analysis, 14” x 14”                                                                     6          EA      $
K.1.3     Non destructive roof scan, up to 50,000 square feet, full service each
           additional foot over 50,000 SF                                                              6          EA      $
K.1.4     Non destructive roof scan, up to 50,000 square feet, limited service
           each additional foot over 50,000 SF                                                         6          EA      $
K.1.5     Roof inspection services                                                                     6         DAY      $
K.1.6     Field/shop drawings, up to 10,000 square feet                                                4          SF      $

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K.1.7     Field/shop drawings, 10,000-50,000 square feet                                                   4          SF      $
K 1.8     Field/shop drawings, over 50,000 square feet                                                     4          SF      $
K 1.9     Prime contractor’s warranty, restoration, less than 10,000 square feet,
          minimum charge                                                                                   6          EA      $
K 1.10    Prime contractor’s warranty, restoration, over 10,000 square feet,
            minimum charge                                                                                 6          SF      $
K 1.11    Prime contractor’s warranty, reroof, total system, 10 year, less than
          10,000 square feet, minimum charge                                                               6          EA      $
K1.12     Prime contractor’s warranty, reroof, total system, 10 year, more than
          10,000 square feet, minimum charge                                                               6          SF      $
K 1.13    Prime contractors per diem costs for work outside major population
           areas (over 100,000 population), where travel time exceeds 1 hour one way
           from contractor's yard                                                                          6         DAY      $
K 1.14    Prime contractors per diem/costs for asbestos abatement planning.                                6         DAY      $
K 1.15    Asbestos abatement activities, BUR removal and disposal of waste
          Outside major metropolitan areas                                                                 4          SF      $
K 1.15    Additional cost for special projects
          Scraping                                                                                         4          SF      $
K 1.16    Asbestos site monitoring                                                                         2         DAY      $
K1.17     Annual or semi-annual roof housekeeping-Per Location
          Cost once a year per location if less than 20,000 sq. ft                                         6          EA      $
          Cost per Sq.ft. per year per location if greater than 20,000 sq.ft.                              6          SF      $
          Cost semi-annual per location if less than 20,000 sq. ft                                         6          EA      $
          Cost per Sq.ft. semi annual per location if greater than 20,000 sq.ft.                           6          SF      $
K 1.18    Roof leak investigation                                                                          6         DAY      $
K 1.19    Minor roof repair calls                                                                          6         DAY      $
K1.20     Difficult access or fall restriction; surcharge                                                  3          EA      $
K1.21     Excessive hauling                                                                                3          EA      $
K1.22     Work in secured areas or compounds; surcharge                                                    3          EA      $

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K1.23     Performance and Payment Bonds per thousand dollars ea.                                                                3          EA      $
L.1       Additional and occasional services
L1.1      Roofing supplies Discount off Retail Price List                                                                       6        % of
                                                                                                                                        Discount %
L1.2      HVAC, plumbing and electrical contractors                                                                             3         DAY      $
L1.3      Special rented equipment Precent of Markup/Overhead/Profit
L1.4      Fork truck                                                                                                            2       Percent %
L1.5      Crane less than 80 feet tall                                                                                          2       Percent %
L1.6      Crane less than 150 feet tall                                                                                         2       Percent %
L1.7      Other heavy equipment                                                                                                 2       Percent %
L1.8      Test Gas lines                                                                                                        2       Per Hour $
L1.9      Cold and bad weather storage Identify extra cost if any                                                               2         DAY      $
L1.10     Structural analysis services                                                                                          6         DAY      $
L1.11     Architect-Cost by state/region                                                                                        6       Per Hour $
L1.12     Engineer Cost by state/region                                                                                         6       Per Hour $
L1.13     Roof consultants Cost by state/region                                                                                 6         DAY      $
L1.14     Labor rate for roofer                                                                                                 6         DAY      $
L1.15     Construction projection management                                                                                    3         DAY      $
M.1       Individual State Multiplier/Factor to be applied to base cost. (Base Cost x Multiplier/Factor Equal State Cost)

M.1.1     State multiplier/Factor for Arizona                                                                                   5                  $
M.1.2      State multiplier/Factor for California                                                                               5
M.1.3      State multiplier/Factor for Colorado                                                                                 5                  $
M.1.4      State multiplier/Factor for Indiana                                                                                  5                  $
M.1.5      State multiplier/Factor for Iowa                                                                                     5                  $
M.1.6      State multiplier/Factor for Kansas                                                                                   5                  $
M.1.7      State multiplier/Factor for Kentucky                                                                                 5                  $
M.1.8      State multiplier/Factor for Minnesota                                                                                5                  $
M.1.9      State multiplier/Factor for Missouri                                                                                 5                  $

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M.1.10     State multiplier/Factor for Montana                                        5                  $
M.1.11     State multiplier/Factor for Nebraska                                       5                  $
M.1.12     State multiplier/Factor for New Mexico                                     5                  $
M.1.13     State multiplier/Factor for North Dakota                                   5                  $
M.1.14    State multiplier/Factor for Ohio                                            5                  $
M.1.15     State multiplier/Factor for Oregon                                         5                  $
M.1.16     State multiplier/Factor for Pennsylvania                                   5                  $
M.1.17     State multiplier/Factor for South Dakota                                   5                  $
M.1.18     State multiplier/Factor for Texas                                          5                  $
M.1.19     State multiplier/Factor for Washington                                     5                  $
M.1.20     State multiplier/Factor for Wyoming                                        5                  $
M.1.21    State multiplier/Factor for Virginia                                        5                   $


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