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									SUBJECT: PROPOSED TASK ORDER N62473-08-D-8651 PTO X004, DESIGN/BUILD, P610 ,
         RECRUIT MARKMANSHIP TRAINING FACILITY, MARINE CORPS BASE (MCB)
         CAMP PENDLETON, CALIFORNIA




                           PROJECT TABLE OF CONTENTS


      PART 1

      CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS - TASK ORDER


      DAVIS-BACON WAGE DETERMINATION


      PART 2


      GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (ON DISK TO BE MAILED VIA FEDEX)


      PART 3


      PROJECT PROGRAM (ON DISK TO BE MAILED VIA FEDEX)


      PART 4


      PERFORMANCE TEHCNICAL SPECIFICATION (ON DISK TO BE MAILED BY FEDEX)


      PART 5


      PRESCIRPTIVE SPECIFICATION   (RESERVED)


      PART 6


      DRAWINGS, PICTURES, ATTACHMENT (ON DISK TO BE MAILED BY FEDEX)




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SUBJECT: PROPOSED TASK ORDER N62473-08-D-8651 PTO X004, DESIGN/BUILD, P610 ,
         RECRUIT MARKMANSHIP TRAINING FACILITY, MARINE CORPS BASE (MCB)
         CAMP PENDLETON, CALIFORNIA


Project Manager (PM): Antonio Lopez (619) 532-2032
Design Manager (DM): Charles Little (619) 532-1176
Contract Specialist (CS): Leddie M. Cate, (619) 532-4344


                                     PART 1: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

1.       DESCRIPTION OF WORK

The Offeror shall furnish all labor, material, equipment, transportation, supervision, and incidental related work to
provide design, construction, of P610, Recruit Marksmanship Training Facility at Marine Corps Base (MCB), Camp
Pendleton, California. The work includes provisions for the design and construction of a Recruit Marksmanship
Training Facility (RMTF) in the 31 Area located at the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California. Work shall
include, but not be limited to: integral-colored concrete masonry exterior with reinforced concrete spread footing
and slab on grade; factory finished standing seam metal roof over steel framing; steel doors and frames; gypsum
board over metal stud partitions; energy efficient lighting and Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
systems. Information systems included wiring for LAN, fiber optics, telephone, public address systems, and cable
television equipment and connections. Provide a new fire sprinkler and alarm system with mass notification system.

Site work shall includes the paving and site improvements associated with access driveways, parking, pathways,
sidewalks, curbs, gutters, and drill pads, as well as storm drainage, landscaping, and irrigation. Site preparations
also include clearing, excavation, grading and hauling.

Mechanical utilities include water, natural gas, sewer, HVAC, and separate HVAC system for NMCI Telecom
Room. Electrical utilities include electrical distribution systems, exterior lighting and a transformer. Provision for a
portable emergency generator connection shall be provided for at the main switch board for continuous building
operation of loads other than life safety. Life safety fixtures shall be battery powered.

Information systems include an access control system, wiring for local area network (LAN), and fiber optics.

Contractor shall provide telecommunications cabling in approximately 2800 lineal feet of existing 4x4 inch duct
bank along Matthew Avenue to support the primary cable backbone. This telecommunications cabling includes 200
pairs of 24 AWG, PE-89 copper cable and 144 strands of water protected outdoor rated single mode loose tube fiber
optic PE-90 cable installed in Maxcell inner duct at the existing Duct bank.

All Offerors are to investigate and verify site conditions per FAR 52.236-3, Site Investigation and Conditions
Affecting the Work.

Options are included as noted in Section 17.

2.       PROJECT SCOPE

The Contractor shall furnish all services including but not limited to the labor, material, and equipment necessary to
accomplish the aforementioned tasks and all incidental related work. Services required will be in accordance with
the scope, the latest edition of the Guide for Architectural-Engineering Firms (A-E Guide), and this RFP.

3.       LOCATION

The work is located at Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton, California.




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4.        SKETCHES/DRAWINGS AND ACCOMPANYING SPECIFICATIONS

Review Parts 2, 3, 4, 6, and all other attachment documents of the Technical Scope of Work, which will be sent on a
CD via FedEx.

5.        DESIGN CRITERIA

See Parts 2, 3, 4, and 6.

6.        INQUIRIES

All inquiries concerning any phase of this task order shall be made to Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Southwest, Central IPT – Attn: Leddie M. Cate, CODE RAA00, 937 N. Harbor Drive, 3rd Floor, San Diego, CA
92132. The point of contact is: Leddie M. Cate, Contract Specialist. She can be reached at telephone (619) 532-
4344 and email ledinila.cate@navy.mil.

7.       CAMP PENDLETON BASE ACCESS

Effective October 1, 2006, the access procedures to all Camp Pendleton’s gates have changed. The base has
instituted a new entry protocol called the RAPIDGate Program for all new and existing vendors, supplier and
contractors who require routine access to the base. This program provided by Eid Passport, Inc., provides a
standardized background screen, an identification badge and entry procedure that improves security while at the
same time speeding up access.

Participants in the RAPIDGate Program enjoy significant advantages that make it easier to go through the gates of
MCB Camp Pendleton:

      Access through all seven (7) gates: San Luis Rey Gate, Main Gate, Del Mar Gate, Las Pulgas Gate, San
     Onofre Gate, Cristianitos Gate, and Fallbrook Naval Weapon Station Gate. Companies using a business pass
     may only enter through the following three (3) gates: San Luis Rey Gate, San Onofre Gate, and Las Pulgas Gate.

       One identification badge good for an entire year: The RAPIDGate badge is valid for a period of twelve (12)
     months, as long as the badge holder has valid business on the base. Employees not registered in the RAPIDGate
     Program must obtain either a business pass only valid for thirty (30) days, or a one (1) day visitor pass to access
     the base.

To enroll your company in the RAPIDGate Program, call the RAPIDGate Customer Service Team at 1-877-
RAPIDGATE (1-877-727-4342). The current cost to enroll: “Standard” company annual $199, each employee
$159, if needing access to additional bases $49 for company, $29 for employee if already Rapid Gate approved. CP
was only $99 per company, $129 per person because they were the first to deploy.

Contractors may use their existing business passes until their expiration date at which time they will have to register
in the RAPIDGate Program or obtain a business pass only valid for 30 days.

8.        SITE VISIT

A site visit will be held at MCB Camp Pendleton, CA at 10:00 AM, local time, on Thursday April 29, 2010. The
meeting location is at Building 31503 at Edson Range, 31 Area.. All contractors attending this site visit will need
to provide proof of insurance, vehicle registration, and a driver’s license to get a day visitor’s pass, if the contractor
doesn’t already have a decal. Please arrive early to obtain a day visitor’s pass in order to ensure prompt
attendance at the site visit and pre-proposal conference. For more information, please contact Leddie M. Cate at
telephone (619) 532-4344 or via email at ledinila.cate@navy.mil.

The clause FAR 52.236-2, Differing Site Conditions, is included in the basic contract award. Accordingly, all
Offerors are urged and expected to inspect the site where this proposed task order will be performed.




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9.         PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE

A pre-proposal conference will be held at the beginning of the site visit. All prospective Offerors are highly
encouraged to attend this conference. In order to make the conference as productive as possible, Offerors are
requested to submit, two days prior to the pre-proposal conference, any questions they may have in writing to
Leddie M. Cate at the address shown on the cover page or by email to ledinila.cate@navy.mil. The submission of
written questions will not preclude anyone from posing questions during the pre-proposal conference.

Failure of a prospective Offeror to submit any questions or to attend the conference will be construed to mean that the
Offeror fully understands all requirements of the solicitation. Prospective Offerors are advised that the pre-proposal
conference will be held solely for the purpose of explaining the concepts involved in the project and the specifications,
terms, and conditions of this solicitation.

No minutes of this meeting will be issued. All prospective Offerors are advised that this solicitation will remain
unchanged unless it is amended in writing. However, if an amendment is issued, normal procedures relating to the
acknowledgment and receipt of any such amendment shall be applicable.

All Requests for Information (RFI) shall be submitted no later than 10:00 AM, local time , on May 18, 2010
to ledinila.cate@navy.mil.

10.        INFORMATION CONCERNING COST LIMITATIONS AND MAGNITUDE OF CONSTRUCTION

The Construction Cost Limitation (CCL) for Base Item 0001 and Option Item 0001 are as follows:

                                                  Project Title                                       CCL
                            FFP for all labor, equipment, materials and bonding to
                            provide design and construction for P610 and
       Base Item 0001                                                                           $11,162,500.00
                            telecommunication cablings along Matthew Avenue,
                            at MCB, Camp Pendleton, CA
                            FFP for all labor, equipment and materials to provide
                            design and construction for required
      Option Item 0001      telecommunications cablings along Matthew Avenue                    $    285,170.00
                            (Subsidiary sites), MCB, Camp Pendleton, CA.


                            Furnishings, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E) and
                            Associated Handling and Administrative Rate (HAR)
                            P610, Recruit Marksmanship Training Facility
     Planned Modification                                                                      $    1,636,754.41
                            (RMTF) Marine Corps Base (MCB) Camp Pendleton,
                            CA
                            NTE 5%


Please review and complete the Price Schedule, which will be sent as an attachment to this RFP.

Proposals in excess of the amount of the Construction Cost Limitation may not be considered. Offerors should
prepare their proposals so as to permit award at a price within the CCL.

If an Offeror is unable to complete the work within the budget amount, notice must be forwarded in writing to
Leddie M. Cate at ledinila.cate@navy.mil. Notice must be sent no later than 5 calendar days after the site visit.




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11.       MINIMUM WAGE RATES

The minimum wages required for payment under this contract are in accordance with U.S. Department of Labor,
General Decision Number: CA100001 04/16/2010 CA1
which is attached and hereby made part of this task order. Access to the wage rates is also available at
http://www.wdol.gov/.

12.       DEFINITIONS

Where “as shown,” “as indicated,” “as detailed,” or words of similar importance are used, it shall be understood that
reference to the drawings accompanying this specification is made unless stated otherwise. Where “as directed,”
“as required,” “as permitted,” “approved,” “acceptance,” or words of similar importance are used, it shall be
understood that the direction, requirements, permission, approval, or acceptance of the Contracting Officer is
intended unless stated otherwise. As used herein, “provided” shall be understood to mean “provided complete in
place,” that is “furnished and installed.”

13.      PREPARATION OF OFFERS

All Offerors will be invited to participate in a pre-proposal conference and site walk and subsequently submit their
proposals. Firms are required to notify the Contracting Officer in writing within 24 hours after participation
in the walk through that they do not plan to submit a proposal and decline any further participation for that
specific task order. Competition is considered to exist, based on the rule of two. If firms fail to notify the
Contracting Officer within the time frame specified it may result in the Government not exercising the option to
extend the basic contract for each additional year.

Each Offeror is expected to examine the scope of work, technical requirements, schedule, and all instructions.
Failure to do so will be at the Offeror’s risk and shall not entitle the Offeror to any future adjustments in the contract
price.

Each Offeror shall furnish the information required by the proposed task order. The Offeror shall sign the offer and
print or type its name on the schedule and each continuation sheet on which it makes an entry. Erasures or other
changes must be initialed by the person signing the offer. Offers signed by an agent shall be accompanied by
evidence of the agent’s authority, unless that evidence has been previously furnished to the issuing office.

14.      PROPOSALS

Your proposal must be delivered to Leddie M. Cate at:

      NAVFAC Southwest, Central IPT
      Attn: Leddie M. Cate (Code: GRAA00.LMC)
      937 N Harbor Dr, Bldg 1, 1st Floor
      San Diego, CA, 92132

Proposals via E-mail WILL NOT be accepted.

Facsimile proposals WILL NOT be accepted.

Your proposal is due no later than 2:00 PM, local time, on Tuesday, May 25, 2010. Late submittals will not be
considered.

If submitting in person, please call: Leddie M. Cate at (619) 532-4344 prior to your arrival in order to schedule a
meeting time at the front door or lobby of the building (Broadway Complex) specified in the proposal delivery
address provided above.

Number of copies required:




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         Price Schedule – One (1) hardcopy original. Please include signed and completed pages 3 and 4 of this
          RFP with the submission of the Price Schedule. Please also ensure that the Price Schedule is submitted in a
          separate file / envelope from the technical submittals.
         Technical Submittals – One (1) hardcopy original and three (3) additional hardcopies. Each hardcopy shall
          include a signature and date. One (1) copy on CD.

Proposals shall include the following:

         The Offeror shall prepare an Executive Summary, not to exceed two (2), single-sided, single-spaced,
          pages. The Executive Summary shall contain, at a minimum, the solicitation number, title, offeror name,
          DUNS number, mailing address, phone number, fax number, point of contact, and email address.
         Factor 1 – Technical Approach
         Factor 2 – Price (Price Schedule): In a separate file/envelope, submit the following:

          a) Completed Price Schedule.

          b) Completed pages 3 and 4 of Part 1 of this solicitation, to include the Amendment Acknowledgement and
          Offer Signature Page. Offers must be submitted on all items. Failure to propose on all items may result in
          the offer being rejected as non-responsive.

          c) Bondability Letter: A Surety letter of “bondability” on the Surety’s letterhead stating the Offeror has the
          bonding capacity available is required of each Offeror responding to the RFP.

15.       LETTER OF BONDABILITY

For every task order, a letter of “bondability” on the Surety’s letterhead is required, stating the Offeror has the
bonding capacity available. A letter of “bondability” is required of each Offeror responding to the RFP. The
purpose of this letter is to put the bonding company on notice that the client is proposing on a project. This letter
does not require the Offeror to incur cost. The bonding company will provide it upon client’s request.

16.       BASIS FOR AWARD

The basis for award is Best Value. Award will be based on the following:

          Factor 1: Technical Approach
          Factor 2: Price

17.       EVALUATION FACTORS

The Proposed Task/Delivery Order will be awarded to the responsible Offeror offering the best value to the
Government. Factor 1, Technical and Design Approach, is considered more important than Factor 2, Price. The
importance of Factor 2 will increase if proposals are considered essentially equal in terms of technical capability or
if price is so significantly high or low as to diminish the value of technical superiority of the proposal to the
Government.

The evaluation factors that apply to this acquisition are a part of this Task Order Evaluation Plan. Technical and
Price are evaluated individually. To make a determination of Best Value, the Government shall evaluate each
Offeror on the following criteria listed in order of importance:

RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF THE EVALUATION FACTORS:

Factor 1, Technical Approach, is considered more important than Factor 2, Price. The importance of Factor 2 will
increase if proposals are considered essentially equal in terms of technical capability or if price is so significantly
high or low as to diminish the value of technical superiority of the proposal to the Government.




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FACTOR 1: TECHNICAL APPROACH

(a) Basis of Evaluation:

        The basis of evaluation will be the Offeror’s technical approach. Elements of the proposed engineering
        solution to be evaluated shall include:

             1. The degree to which the conceptual site layout and technical narrative demonstrate efficient use of
             the site and integration of antiterrorism standards.

             2. The degree to which the proposed technical solution explains achieving building energy reductions.

            3. The degree to which the proposed technical solution explains and demonstrates LEED
             points and rating to be achieved for the project within the RFP.

        Desirable items for this project (listed in descending order of priority) are:

            1. Lay down Pad drill area with concrete underlayment on entry side of the building. Pad
            area to accommodate 4 platoons, provide a minimum 30’x50’ pad for each location.

            2. Corrosion resistant fabric canopy (tensile) shade structure (at least 15 year maintenance
            free) over the drill pad and coaches course. The canopy shall include a reinforced concrete foundation,
            water tight welds structural steel column and roof framing, a heavy duty wind rated canopy fabric and
            warranted against failure from significant fading, deterioration, breakdown, mildew, outdoor heat, cold
            and discoloration. Fabric should be UV treated and block out 95% harmful UV rays. The canopy
            structure shall be designed to easily remove and reinstall the canopy fabric if there is a situation where
            the existing wind conditions exceed the wind rated capacity of fabric. Canopy headroom shall be at
            least 3657.6 mm (12 FT) above finished grade. The shade structure shall not conflict with AT/FP
            requirements. The shade structure shall be disconnected from the main facility.

            3.   Additional 50 POV parking spaces.

            4.   Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) to support limited, non mission critical, administration
                 functions. Minimum performance is 5 minute UPS at 120 amps.

            5.   Instantaneous tank less type natural gas water heater for heating domestic water.

            6.   Ultra low NOx high efficiency boilers.

            7.   Obtain additional levels of sustainability (LEED Gold/Platinum).

       Proposals that provide higher priority and/or more desirable features for the project may be rated higher.
       Proposals that provide a conceptual site analysis layout and technical narrative that demonstrates efficient
        use of the site and integration of antiterrorism standards constraints may be rated higher.
       Proposals that provide betterments in addition to the RFP requirements and desirables items may be rated
        higher. Note: The Government prefers the desirable items to be met before betterments are proposed.

        LEED Silver Certification V2.2 is required. Proposals exceeding LEED Silver with a good explanation of
        how each point may be achieved may be rated higher.

        (b) Proposal Submission Requirements:

       Submit a technical narrative that describes the project called for in the RFP package. Include the energy
        savings target. The narrative shall not exceed three (3) pages single sided, 8 1/2 x 11.




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      Provide energy savings target expressed as a percentage reduction from targets listed in the RFP. Plug and
       process loads shall not be included in the analysis as indicated in the equation:
       Energy performance reduction above standard (%) = (standard bldg – proposed bldg)/ (standard bldg –
       process & plug loads)

      Submit Desirable/Betterments Exhibit “A”, using the provided excel spreadsheet. Provide one hard copy.
       Also provide one copy on CD that can be utilized for evaluation purposes, not locked or pdf’d.

      Submit a completed LEED rating matrix, specifying the LEED points and rating to be achieved for the
       project within the RFP. The LEED rating matrix will not be counted as part of the three (3) page technical
       narrative limitation.

      Submit conceptual site layout for the Recruit Marksmanship Training Facility, not to exceed one (1)
       page (no larger than 11”x17”), that supports the technical narrative. Site layout shall show efficient
       use of the site and how AT/FP concerns will be addressed in the project.

      Should the offeror propose any desirable items and/or any betterments, they shall be included in the
       drawings. Proposals that do not include these items on the drawing, may be rated lower.

      Proposals with conflict between the technical narrative, LEED matrix, drawings Desirables / Betterments
       Exhibit may be rated lower.

FACTOR 2: PRICE

       (a) Basis of Evaluation:

       The proposed price will be evaluated to determine the reasonableness and completeness of the Offeror’s
       proposal.

       The Construction Cost Limitation (CCL) limit for this project is listed below:

                                               Project Title                                   CCL
                         FFP for all labor, equipment, materials and bonding to
                         provide design and construction for P610 and
   Base Item 0001                                                                        $11,162,500.00
                         telecommunication cablings along Matthew Avenue,
                         at MCB, Camp Pendleton, CA
                         FFP for all labor, equipment and materials to provide
                         design and construction for required
  Option Item 0001       telecommunications cablings along Matthew Avenue                $    285,170.00
                         (Subsidiary sites), MCB, Camp Pendleton, CA.

                         FF&E for P610, Recruit Marksmanship Training
 Planned Modification                                                                    $   1,636,754.41
                         Facility


       The total price to be evaluated will include Base Item 0001, Option Item 0001,and Handling and
       Administrative Rate (HAR) for FF&E.

       Proposals that provide prices greater than the CCL for any of the individual line item maybe
       rejected.

       Proposals that exceed the available budget may not be considered. A price that is found to be either
       unreasonably high or unrealistically low in relation to the proposed work may be indicative of an inherent
       lack of understanding of the solicitation requirements and may result in the overall proposal not being
       considered for award.




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         Offerors are encouraged to maximize proposal value within the construction cost funding limit. Offerors
         may provide a total cost that is lower than the construction funding limit, however, proposals that add
         value will be rated higher than proposals that merely reduce total cost.

         Any inconsistency whether real or apparent, between proposed performance and price must be clearly
         explained in the price proposal. For example, if unique and innovative approaches are the basis for an
         apparently unbalanced/inconsistently priced proposal, the nature of these approaches and their impact on
         price must be completely documented. The burden of proof of price reasonableness rests solely with the
         Offeror. Price analysis will be performed by one or more of the following techniques to ensure a fair and
         reasonable price: 1) Comparison of proposed prices received in response to the solicitation. 2) Comparison
         of proposed prices with the independent Government estimates, and/or 3) Comparison of proposed prices
         with available historical information.

         (b) Proposal Submission Requirements:

         The Offeror (see definition) shall submit the price and the HAR (Handling and Administrative Rate), as a
         percentage of the FF&E cost, to account for all design, administrative costs, overhead, bonding fees,
         administration of subcontractors, and any other costs associated with and related to the coordination and
         processing of the procurement and installation of FF&E, using the Price Schedule attached to the RFP
         letter in a sealed envelope separate from the technical evaluation. This price should account for all
         design, administrative costs, overhead, bonding fees, administration of subcontractors, and any other costs
         associated with ad related to the coordination and processing of the procurement.

18.      DEFINITIONS (AWARD)

         a. The date of award is the date the DD-1155 is signed by the Contracting Officer and the Notice of Award is
also a   Notice to Proceed unless otherwise stated in the Notice of Award.

         b. The contract completion date will be computed starting 15 calendar days after the date of award,
regardless of when performance and payment bonds are provided. This 15 day period is to allow for mailing of the
award and the contractor's submission of the required bonds.

         c. The date by which performance and payment bonds must be submitted is 15 calendar days after the date
of       award.

         d. The commencement of work either on or off the site, or the incurring of any costs, will not be allowed until
the performance and payment bonds are approved.


19.      COMMENCEMENT, PROSECUTION, AND COMPLETION OF WORK

         In accordance with FAR 52.211-10, Commencement, Prosecution, and Completion of Work (Apr 1984),
the Contractor shall be required to:

         (a) commence work under the contract within 15 calendar days after the date the contractor receives
notice of award, (b) prosecute the work diligently, and (c) complete the entire construction work for use not later
than 555 calendar days (including 15 calendar days for bonds)* after the Notice of Award. The time stated for
completion shall include final cleanup of the premises.

       * EXACT DATES WILL BE INSERTED AT TIME OF TASK ORDER AWARD TO REFLECT DATES
SPECIFIED IN THE CONTRACTOR’S PROPOSAL.



20.      LIQUIDATED DAMAGES


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           In accordance with FAR 52.211-12, Liquidated Damages -- Construction (Sept 2000), the following
applies:

         If the Contractor fails to complete the work within the time specified under this task order, the Contractor
shall pay liquidated damages to the Government in the amount of $6,815.00 for each calendar day of delay until the
work is completed or accepted.

          If the Government terminates the Contractor’s right to proceed, liquidated damages will continue to accrue
until the work is completed. These liquidated damages are in addition to excess costs of repurchase under the
Termination clause.

21.        BOND SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

Within 15 calendar days after award, the Contractor shall furnish for Government review and approval the
following forms of payment protection:

   X      Performance Bond (Standard Form 25) in accordance with FAR 52.228-15. The performance bond shall
be in a penal sum equal to 100% of the task order price.
   X      Payment Bond (Standard Form 25A) in accordance with FAR 52-228-15. The payment bond shall be in a
penal sum equal to 100% of the task order price.

______ Alternate payment protection in accordance with FAR 52.228-13.

Any surety company holding a certificate of authority from the Secretary of Treasury as an acceptable Surety on
Federal bonds will be accepted. Individual sureties will be permitted as prescribed in FAR 28.203 and FAC
5252.228-9300. Alternative types of security in lieu of furnishing sureties on performance and/or payment bonds
may be permitted as prescribed in FAR 28.204, and will be held for at least one year after the completion of the
contract. Additional bond security may be required as prescribed in FAR 52.228-2. Bond shall be accompanied by
a document authenticating the agent’s authority to sign bonds for the surety company. The contract time for
purposes of fixing the contract completion date, default, and liquidated damages shall begin 15 calendar days from
the date of award, regardless of when performance and payment bonds or deposits in lieu of surety are executed.

                  FAR 52.228-15 Performance and Payment Bonds -- Construction (Nov 2006)
(a) Definitions. As used in this clause –

                   “Original contract price” means the award price of the contract; or, for requirements contracts, the
                   price payable for the estimated total quantity; or, for indefinite-quantity contracts, the price
                   payable for the specified minimum quantity. Original contract price does not include the price of
                   any options, except those options exercised at the time of contract award.

(b) Amount of required bonds. Unless the resulting contract price is $100,000 or less, the successful offeror shall
furnish performance and payment bonds to the Contracting Officer as follows:

                   (1) Performance Bonds (Standard Form 25). The penal amount of performance bonds at the time
                   of contract award shall be 100 percent of the original contract price.

                   (2) Payment Bonds (Standard Form 25-A). The penal amount of payment bonds at the time of
                   contract award shall be 100 percent of the original contract price.

                   (3) Additional bond protection.

                            (i) The Government may require additional performance and payment bond protection if
                            the contract price is increased. The increase in protection generally will equal 100
                            percent of the increase in contract price.




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                           (ii) The Government may secure the additional protection by directing the Contractor to
                           increase the penal amount of the existing bond or to obtain an additional bond.

(c) Furnishing executed bonds. The Contractor shall furnish all executed bonds, including any necessary
reinsurance agreements, to the Contracting Officer, within the time period specified in the Bid Guarantee provision
of the solicitation, or otherwise specified by the Contracting Officer, but in any event, before starting work.

(d) Surety or other security for bonds. The bonds shall be in the form of firm commitment, supported by corporate
sureties whose names appear on the list contained in Treasury Department Circular 570, individual sureties, or by
other acceptable security such as postal money order, certified check, cashier’s check, irrevocable letter of credit, or,
in accordance with Treasury Department regulations, certain bonds or notes of the United States. Treasury Circular
570 is published in the Federal Register or may be obtained from the:

                  U.S. Department of Treasury
                  Financial Management Service
                  Surety Bond Branch
                  3700 East West Highway, Room 6F01
                  Hyattsville, MD 20782
                  Or via the internet at http://www.fms.treas.gov/c570/

(e) Notice of subcontractor waiver of protection (40 U.S.C. 3133(c)). Any waiver of the right to sue on the payment
bond is void unless it is in writing, signed by the person whose right is waived, and executed after such person has
first furnished labor or material for use in the performance of the contract.

                                                    (End of Clause)

Performance and payment bonds shall be submitted to:

         NAVFAC Southwest
         ROICC CAMP PENDLETON
         Building 22101
         Attn: Wendy Devoe Code: ROPCN.WD
        P.O. Box 555229
         Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5229
         Telephone Number (760) 725-3399

22.      EVIDENCE OF REQUIRED INSURANCE

Within 15 calendar days after award of this task order, the Contractor shall furnish the Contracting Officer a
Certificate of Insurance as evidence of the existence of the following insurance coverage amounts not less than the
amount specified below in accordance with FAR 52.228-5, Insurance – Work On A Government Installation (JAN
1997).

        a. Comprehensive General Liability: $500,000 per occurrence
        b. Automobile Liability: $200,000 per person; $500,000 per occurrence for bodily injury; $20,000 per
        occurrence for property damage.
        c. Workmen’s Compensation: As required by Federal and state worker’s compensation and occupational
disease laws.
        d. Employer’s Liability Coverage: $100,000, except in states where worker’s compensation may not be
written by private carriers.
        e. Other insurance as may be required by Federal, state, or local laws.

Above insurance coverages are to extend to contractor personnel operating Government owned equipment and
vehicles.




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The Certificate of Insurance shall provide for thirty (30) calendar days written notice to the Contracting Officer by
the insurance company prior to cancellation or material change in policy coverage. Other requirements and
information are contained in the aforementioned FAR clause.

The Certificate of Insurance shall be submitted to:

         NAVFAC Southwest
         ROICC CAMP PENDLETON
        Building 22101
         Attn: Wendy Devoe Code: ROPCN.WD
        P.O. Box 555229
         Camp Pendleton, CA 92055-5229
         Telephone Number (760) 725-3399

23.      ORAL MODIFICATIONS / CHANGES

No oral statement or direction by any person other than the Contracting Officer or his/her representative,
whether or not acting within the limits of his authority, or any other representative of the Government shall
constitute a change order under the contract clause FAR 52.243-4, Changes (JUN 2007), nor in any manner or
degree modify or otherwise affect the terms of this contract or purchase order or entitled the Contractor to an
equitable adjustment of the price or delivery schedule, unless such a change is issued in writing and signed by the
Contracting Officer.

24.      AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMPLIANCE

In accordance with FAR 52.222-23, Notice of Requirement for Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Employment
Opportunity for Construction (Feb 1999), the following goals for minority and female participation, expressed in
percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate workforce in each trade on all construction work in the covered
area, are as follows:


________________________________________________________________
 Goals for minority participation   Goals for female
 for each trade                     participation for each trade
________________________________________________________________
         16.9%                                  6.9%
________________________________________________________________

As used in this notice, and in any contract resulting from this solicitation, the “covered area” is Marine Corps Base
(MCB) Camp Pendleton, CA.

25.      SUPERVISION

The Contractor shall provide supervision in accordance with FAR 52.236-6, Superintendence by the Contractor
(APR 1984), for all work performed under this contract. The Contractor shall have at least one qualified supervisor
capable of reading, writing, and conversing fluently in the English language on the job site during working hours.
In addition, if a Quality Control (QC) representative is required on the contract, that individual shall also have fluent
English communication skills.

26.      PRE-DESIGN CONFERENCE

Prior to commencement of work, a meeting will be held with the Contractor and the Government representative to
discuss matters of mutual interest concerning the contract. The Contractor shall contact the ROICC Camp
Pendleton Administrative Contract Specialist, Wendy Devoe, at telephone number (760) 725-8365 or via
email at: wendy.g.devoe@navy.mil within 15 calendar days following the issuance of the task order to schedule
this meeting.




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27.      FAR 52.236-14 AVAILABILITY AND USE OF UTILITY SERVICES (APR 1984)

(a) The Government shall make all reasonably required amounts of utilities available to the Contractor from existing
outlets and supplies, as specified in the contract. Unless otherwise provided in the contract, the amount of each
utility service consumed shall be charged to or paid for by the Contractor at prevailing rates charged to the
Government or, where the utility is produced by the Government, at reasonable rates determined by the Contracting
Officer. The Contractor shall carefully conserve any utilities furnished without charge.

Electricity*      MWH                $176.15
Fresh Water       KGAL               $4.30
Steam             MBTU               $19.05
Sewage            KGAL               $7.20
Gas               MBTU               $14.10
Compressed Air    KCF                $2.35

* This is the target average electricity rate for all San Diego clients. Actual client costs will vary based upon client
electricity sage patterns per the Electrical Demand Avoidance Program (EDAP).

(b) The Contractor, at its expense and in a workmanlike manner satisfactory to the Contracting Officer, shall install
and maintain all necessary temporary connections and distribution lines, and all necessary temporary connections
and distribution lines, and all meters required to measure the amount of each utility used for the purpose of
determining charges. Before final acceptance of the work by the Government, the Contractor shall remove all the
temporary connections, distribution lines, meters, and associated paraphernalia.

28.      NFAS 5252.236-9305 AVAILABILITY OF UTILITIES (JUN 1994)

When available, the Government will furnish reasonable amounts of the following utilities for the work to be
performed under this contract at no cost to the Contractor. Information concerning the location of existing outlets
may be secured from the ROICC. The Contractor shall provide and maintain, at his expense, the necessary service
lines from existing Government outlets to the site of work.

                                         Electric - Water - Compressed Air

Contractor Furnished Utilities. In the event that the Government is unable to provide the required types of utilities,
the Contractor shall, at his expense, arrange for the required utilities.

Contractor Energy Conservation. The Contractor shall be directly responsible for instructing employees in utilities
conservation practices. The Contractor shall be responsible for operating under conditions, which preclude the
waste of utilities, which shall include:

a. Lights shall be used only in areas where and at the time when work is actually being performed.

b. Mechanical equipment controls for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems will not be adjusted by the
workers.

c. Water faucets or valves shall be turned off after the required usage has been accomplished.

Telephone Lines. Telephone lines for the sole use of the Contractor will not be available. Government telephones
shall not be used for personal reasons.

Contractor Availability. The Contractor shall maintain a telephone at which he or his representative may be reached
24 hours daily. The telephone shall be listed in the Contractor's name. If the Contractor does not have a local
telephone, he shall maintain a toll free emergency telephone (or accept collect calls from authorized Government
personnel) at which he or his representative may be reached at night, weekends and holidays. It is mandatory that
the Contractor or his representative be available to a toll free telephone 24 hours per day, seven days per week,




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including holidays. He shall notify the ROICC in writing of the mailing address and telephone number within three
days after award of this contract and immediately thereafter in the event of change.

29.      CODES AND STANDARDS

The design and construction shall comply with all applicable Federal, state and local codes, standards, regulations,
and ordinances, except where specifically stated herein, including, but not limited to, the latest edition of applicable
codes published by the following organizations:

         ADADG Americans with Disabilities Act Design Guide
         ANSI American National Standards Institute
         ASTM American Society of Testing and Materials
         NEC National Electric Code
         NEMA National Electrical Manufactures Association
         NFPA National Fire Protection Association
         UL Underwriter’s Laboratories
         Additional code and regulation requirements are listed throughout the RFP.

30.       BUY AMERICAN ACT

The requirement contained herein is subject to the Buy American provisions under the clause entitled, FAR 52.225-
11, Buy American Act - Construction Materials under Trade Agreement ( June 2009) and FAR 52.225-12 “Notice
of Buy American Act Requirement–Construction Materials Under Trade Agreement (February 2009).

For Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment (FF and E) planned modification, FAR clause 52.225-5 and 52.225-6 World
Trade Agreement applies.

                               FAR 52.225-5 TRADE AGREEMENTS (AUG 2009)

    (a) Definitions. As used in this clause—
    “Caribbean Basin country end product”—
       (1) Means an article that—
          (i)(A) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Caribbean Basin country; or
              (B) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a Caribbean Basin country into a new and different article of commerce with a name,
character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed; and
          (ii) Is not excluded from duty-free treatment for Caribbean countries under 19 U.S.C. 2703(b).
              (A) For this reason, the following articles are not Caribbean Basin country end products:
                  (1) Tuna, prepared or preserved in any manner in airtight containers;
                  (2) Petroleum, or any product derived from petroleum;
                  (3) Watches and watch parts (including cases, bracelets, and straps) of whatever type including, but
not limited to, mechanical, quartz digital, or quartz analog, if such watches or watch parts contain any material that
is the product of any country to which the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) column 2
rates of duty apply (i.e., Afghanistan, Cuba, Laos, North Korea, and Vietnam); and
                  (4) Certain of the following: textiles and apparel articles; footwear, handbags, luggage, flat goods,
work gloves, and leather wearing apparel; or handloomed, handmade, and folklore articles;
              (B) Access to the HTSUS to determine duty-free status of articles of these types is available at
http://www.usitc.gov/tata/hts/. In particular, see the following:
                  (1) General Note 3(c), Products Eligible for Special Tariff treatment.
                  (2) General Note 17, Products of Countries Designated as Beneficiary Countries under the United
States-Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act of 2000.




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                (3) Section XXII, Chapter 98, Subchapter II, Articles Exported and Returned, Advanced or Improved
Abroad, U.S. Note 7(b).
                (4) Section XXII, Chapter 98, Subchapter XX, Goods Eligible for Special Tariff Benefits under the
United States-Caribbean Basin Trade Partnership Act; and
      (2) Refers to a product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value
of the acquisition, includes services (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value
of those incidental services does not exceed that of the article itself.
   “Designated country” means any of the following countries:
      (1) A World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement country (Aruba, Austria, Belgium,
Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (Republic of), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Taiwan (known in the World Trade Organization as “the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan,
Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu (Chinese Taipei))”, or United Kingdom);
      (2) A Free Trade Agreement country (Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El
Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, or Singapore);
      (3) A least developed country (Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi,
Cambodia, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, East Timor,
Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Kiribati, Laos, Lesotho, Liberia,
Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and
Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Tanzania, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, or
Zambia); or
      (4) A Caribbean Basin country (Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British Virgin
Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, St. Kitts and Nevis, St.
Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, or Trinidad and Tobago).
   “Designated country end product” means a WTO GPA country end product, an FTA country end product, a least
developed country end product, or a Caribbean Basin country end product.
   “End product” means those articles, materials, and supplies to be acquired under the contract for public use.
   “Free Trade Agreement country end product” means an article that—
      (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) country; or
      (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in an FTA country into a new and different article of commerce with a name, character, or
use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed. The term refers to a product offered
for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the end product includes services
(except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental services does not
exceed that of the article itself.
   “Least developed country end product” means an article that—
      (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a least developed country; or
      (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a least developed country into a new and different article of commerce with a name,
character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed. The term refers to a
product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the end product,
includes services (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental
services does not exceed that of the article itself.
   “United States” means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and outlying areas.




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    “U.S.-made end product” means an article that is mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States or that
is substantially transformed in the United States into a new and different article of commerce with a name,
character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed.
    “WTO GPA country end product” means an article that—
       (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a WTO GPA country; or
       (2) In the case of an article that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country, has been
substantially transformed in a WTO GPA country into a new and different article of commerce with a name,
character, or use distinct from that of the article or articles from which it was transformed. The term refers to a
product offered for purchase under a supply contract, but for purposes of calculating the value of the end product
includes services, (except transportation services) incidental to the article, provided that the value of those incidental
services does not exceed that of the article itself.
    (b) Delivery of end products. The Contracting Officer has determined that the WTO GPA and FTAs apply to this
acquisition. Unless otherwise specified, these trade agreements apply to all items in the Schedule. The Contractor
shall deliver under this contract only U.S.-made or designated country end products except to the extent that, in its
offer, it specified delivery of other end products in the provision entitled “Trade Agreements Certificate.”

                                                     (End of clause)


                      FAR 52.225-6 TRADE AGREEMENTS CERTIFICATE (JAN 2005)

   (a) The offeror certifies that each end product, except those listed in paragraph (b) of this provision, is a U.S.-
made or designated country end product, as defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled “Trade Agreements.”
   (b) The offeror shall list as other end products those supplies that are not U.S.-made or designated country end
products.
   Other End Products:
LINE ITEM NO. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
_____________ _________________
      _
_____________ _________________
      _
_____________ _________________
      _

                                                   [List as necessary]

   (c) The Government will evaluate offers in accordance with the policies and procedures of Part 25 of the Federal
Acquisition Regulation. For line items covered by the WTO GPA, the Government will evaluate offers of U.S.-
made or designated country end products without regard to the restrictions of the Buy American Act. The
Government will consider for award only offers of U.S.-made or designated country end products unless the
Contracting Officer determines that there are no offers for such products or that the offers for those products are
insufficient to fulfill the requirements of this solicitation.

                                                   (End of provision)

        FAR 52.225-11 BUY AMERICAN ACT – CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS UNDER TRADE
                              AGREEMENT (AUG 2009)
   (a) Definitions. As used in this clause—


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   “Caribbean Basin country construction material” means a construction material that—
       (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Caribbean Basin country; or
       (2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country,
has been substantially transformed in a Caribbean Basin country into a new and different construction material
distinct from the materials from which it was transformed.
   “Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item”—
       (1) Means any item of supply (including construction material) that is—
          (i) A commercial item (as defined in paragraph (1) of the definition at FAR 2.101);
          (ii) Sold in substantial quantities in the commercial marketplace; and
          (iii) Offered to the Government, under a contract or subcontract at any tier, without modification, in the
same form in which it is sold in the commercial marketplace; and
       (2) Does not include bulk cargo, as defined in section 3 of the Shipping Act of 1984 ( 46 U.S.C. App. 1702),
such as agricultural products and petroleum products.
   “Component” means an article, material, or supply incorporated directly into a construction material.
   “Construction material” means an article, material, or supply brought to the construction site by the Contractor or
subcontractor for incorporation into the building or work. The term also includes an item brought to the site
preassembled from articles, materials, or supplies. However, emergency life safety systems, such as emergency
lighting, fire alarm, and audio evacuation systems, that are discrete systems incorporated into a public building or
work and that are produced as complete systems, are evaluated as a single and distinct construction material
regardless of when or how the individual parts or components of those systems are delivered to the construction site.
Materials purchased directly by the Government are supplies, not construction material.
   “Cost of components” means—
       (1) For components purchased by the Contractor, the acquisition cost, including transportation costs to the
place of incorporation into the construction material (whether or not such costs are paid to a domestic firm), and any
applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free entry certificate is issued); or
       (2) For components manufactured by the Contractor, all costs associated with the manufacture of the
component, including transportation costs as described in paragraph (1) of this definition, plus allocable overhead
costs, but excluding profit. Cost of components does not include any costs associated with the manufacture of the
construction material.
   “Designated country” means any of the following countries:
       (1) A World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement country (Aruba, Austria, Belgium,
Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong,
Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (Republic of), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,
Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Taiwan, or United Kingdom);
       (2) A Free Trade Agreement country (Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El
Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Morocco, Nicaragua, Oman, Peru, or Singapore);
       (3) A least developed country (Afghanistan, Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Burundi,
Cambodia, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, East Timor,
Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Kiribati, Laos, Lesotho, Liberia,
Madagascar, Malawi, Maldives, Mali, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, Samoa, Sao Tome and
Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Somalia, Tanzania, Togo, Tuvalu, Uganda, Vanuatu, Yemen, or
Zambia); or
       (4) A Caribbean Basin country (Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, British Virgin
Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, St. Kitts and Nevis, St.
Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, or Trinidad and Tobago).




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    “Designated country construction material” means a construction material that is a WTO GPA country
construction material, an FTA country construction material, a least developed country construction material, or a
Caribbean Basin country construction material.
    “Domestic construction material” means—
       (1) An unmanufactured construction material mined or produced in the United States;
       (2) A construction material manufactured in the United States, if—
          (i) The cost of its components mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States exceeds 50 percent
of the cost of all its components. Components of foreign origin of the same class or kind for which nonavailability
determinations have been made are treated as domestic; or
          (ii) The construction material is a COTS item.
    “Foreign construction material” means a construction material other than a domestic construction material.
    “Free Trade Agreement country construction material” means a construction material that—
       (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) country; or
       (2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country,
has been substantially transformed in a FTA country into a new and different construction material distinct from the
materials from which it was transformed.
    “Least developed country construction material” means a construction material that—
       (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a least developed country; or
       (2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country,
has been substantially transformed in a least developed country into a new and different construction material
distinct from the materials from which it was transformed.
    “United States” means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and outlying areas.
    “WTO GPA country construction material” means a construction material that—
       (1) Is wholly the growth, product, or manufacture of a WTO GPA country; or
       (2) In the case of a construction material that consists in whole or in part of materials from another country,
has been substantially transformed in a WTO GPA country into a new and different construction material distinct
from the materials from which it was transformed.
    (b) Construction materials.
       (1) This clause implements the Buy American Act (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d) by providing a preference for
domestic construction material. In accordance with 41 U.S.C. 431, the component test of the Buy American Act is
waived for construction material that is a COTS item (See FAR 12.505(a)(2)). In addition, the Contracting Officer
has determined that the WTO GPA and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) apply to this acquisition. Therefore, the Buy
American Act restrictions are waived for designated county construction materials.
       (2) The Contractor shall use only domestic or designated country construction material in performing this
contract, except as provided in paragraphs (b)(3) and (b)(4) of this clause.
(3) The requirement in paragraph (b)(2) of this clause does not apply to the construction materials or components
listed by the Government as follows: If applicable, there are existing exceptions relating to Ground Fault
Circuit Interceptors (GFCI), guy hooks, guy steel wire attachments for telephone poles, guy strain insulators,
split system duct free air conditioning units, and/or solar powered IR lights. Please contact the Contracting
Officer for direction.

   ________________________________________________

       (4) The Contracting Officer may add other foreign construction material to the list in paragraph (b)(3) of this
clause if the Government determines that—
          (i) The cost of domestic construction material would be unreasonable. The cost of a particular domestic
construction material subject to the restrictions of the Buy American Act is unreasonable when the cost of such
material exceeds the cost of foreign material by more than 6 percent;



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         (ii) The application of the restriction of the Buy American Act to a particular construction material would
be impracticable or inconsistent with the public interest; or
         (iii) The construction material is not mined, produced, or manufactured in the United States in sufficient
and reasonably available commercial quantities of a satisfactory quality.
   (c) Request for determination of inapplicability of the Buy American Act.
      (1)(i) Any Contractor request to use foreign construction material in accordance with paragraph (b)(4) of this
clause shall include adequate information for Government evaluation of the request, including—
             (A) A description of the foreign and domestic construction materials;
             (B) Unit of measure;
             (C) Quantity;
             (D) Price;
             (E) Time of delivery or availability;
             (F) Location of the construction project;
             (G) Name and address of the proposed supplier; and
             (H) A detailed justification of the reason for use of foreign construction materials cited in accordance
with paragraph (b)(3) of this clause.
         (ii) A request based on unreasonable cost shall include a reasonable survey of the market and a completed
price comparison table in the format in paragraph (d) of this clause.
         (iii) The price of construction material shall include all delivery costs to the construction site and any
applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free certificate may be issued).
         (iv) Any Contractor request for a determination submitted after contract award shall explain why the
Contractor could not reasonably foresee the need for such determination and could not have requested the
determination before contract award. If the Contractor does not submit a satisfactory explanation, the Contracting
Officer need not make a determination.
      (2) If the Government determines after contract award that an exception to the Buy American Act applies and
the Contracting Officer and the Contractor negotiate adequate consideration, the Contracting Officer will modify the
contract to allow use of the foreign construction material. However, when the basis for the exception is the
unreasonable price of a domestic construction material, adequate consideration is not less than the differential
established in paragraph (b)(4)(i) of this clause.
      (3) Unless the Government determines that an exception to the Buy American Act applies, use of foreign
construction material is noncompliant with the Buy American Act.
   (d) Data. To permit evaluation of requests under paragraph (c) of this clause based on unreasonable cost, the
Contractor shall include the following information and any applicable supporting data based on the survey of
suppliers:
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS PRICE COMPARISON
Construction Material Description       Unit of Quantity   Price
                                        Measure          (Dollars)*
   Item 1:
   Foreign construction material         _______ _______       _______
   Domestic construction material        _______ _______       _______
  Item 2:
  Foreign construction material          _______ _______       _______
  Domestic construction material         _______ _______       _______
[List name, address, telephone number, and contact for suppliers surveyed. Attach copy of response; if oral, attach
summary.]
[Include other applicable supporting information.]


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[* Include all delivery costs to the construction site and any applicable duty (whether or not a duty-free entry
certificate is issued).]

                                                   (End of clause)

         FAR 52.225-12 NOTICE OF BUY AMERICAN ACT REQUIREMENT – CONSTRUCTION
                           MATERIALS UNDER TRADE AGREEMENTS (FEB 2009)

    (a) Definitions. “Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item,” “construction material,” “designated
country construction material,” “domestic construction material,” and “foreign construction material,” as used in
this provision, are defined in the clause of this solicitation entitled “Buy American Act—Construction Materials
Under Trade Agreements” (Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clause 52.225-11).
   (b) Requests for determination of inapplicability. An offeror requesting a determination regarding the
inapplicability of the Buy American Act should submit the request to the Contracting Officer in time to allow a
determination before submission of offers. The offeror shall include the information and applicable supporting data
required by paragraphs (c) and (d) of FAR clause 52.225-11 in the request. If an offeror has not requested a
determination regarding the inapplicability of the Buy American Act before submitting its offer, or has not received
a response to a previous request, the offeror shall include the information and supporting data in the offer.
   (c) Evaluation of offers.
       (1) The Government will evaluate an offer requesting exception to the requirements of the Buy American Act,
based on claimed unreasonable cost of domestic construction materials, by adding to the offered price the
appropriate percentage of the cost of such foreign construction material, as specified in paragraph (b)(4)(i) of
FAR clause 52.225-11.
       (2) If evaluation results in a tie between an offeror that requested the substitution of foreign construction
material based on unreasonable cost and an offeror that did not request an exception, the Contracting Officer will
award to the offeror that did not request an exception based on unreasonable cost.
   (d) Alternate offers.
       (1) When an offer includes foreign construction material, other than designated country construction material,
that is not listed by the Government in this solicitation in paragraph (b)(3) of FAR clause 52.225-11, the offeror also
may submit an alternate offer based on use of equivalent domestic or designated country construction material.
       (2) If an alternate offer is submitted, the offeror shall submit a separate Standard Form 1442 for the alternate
offer, and a separate price comparison table prepared in accordance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of
FAR clause 52.225-11 for the offer that is based on the use of any foreign construction material for which the
Government has not yet determined an exception applies.
       (3) If the Government determines that a particular exception requested in accordance with paragraph (c) of
FAR clause 52.225-11 does not apply, the Government will evaluate only those offers based on use of the
equivalent domestic or designated country construction material, and the offeror shall be required to furnish such
domestic or designated country construction material. An offer based on use of the foreign construction material for
which an exception was requested—
          (i) Will be rejected as nonresponsive if this acquisition is conducted by sealed bidding; or
          (ii) May be accepted if revised during negotiations.

                                                  (End of provision)

   Alternate I (May 2002). As prescribed in 25.1102(d)(2), substitute the following paragraph (b) for paragraph (b)
of the basic provision:




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       (b) Requests for determination of inapplicability. An offeror requesting a determination regarding the
   inapplicability of the Buy American Act shall submit the request with its offer, including the information and
   applicable supporting data required by paragraphs (c) and (d) of FAR clause 52.225-11.
       Alternate II (June 2009). As prescribed in 25.1102(d)(3), add the definition of “Bahrainian, Mexican, or
   Omani construction material” to paragraph (a) and substitute the following paragraph (d) for paragraph (d) of
   the basic provision:
       (d) Alternate offers. (1) When an offer includes foreign construction material, except foreign construction
   material from a designated country other than Bahrain, Mexico, or Oman that is not listed by the Government
   in this solicitation in paragraph (b)(3) of FAR clause 52.225-11, the offeror also may submit an alternate offer
   based on use of equivalent domestic or designated country construction material other than Bahrainian,
   Mexican, or Omani construction material.
          (2) If an alternate offer is submitted, the offeror shall submit a separate Standard Form 1442 for the
   alternate offer, and a separate price comparison table prepared in accordance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of
   FAR clause 52.225-11 for the offer that is based on the use of any foreign construction material for which the
   Government has not yet determined an exception applies.
          (3) If the Government determines that a particular exception requested in accordance with paragraph (c)
   of FAR clause 52.225-11 does not apply, the Government will evaluate only those offers based on use of the
   equivalent domestic or designated country construction material other than Bahrainian, Mexican, or Omani
   construction material. An offer based on use of the foreign construction material for which an exception was
   requested—
             (i) Will be rejected as nonresponsive if this acquisition is conducted by sealed bidding; or
             (ii) May be accepted if revised during negotiations.

          FAR 52.217-5 Evaluation of Options (Jul 1990)

Except when it is determined in accordance with FAR 17.206(b) not to be in the Government’s best interests, the
Government will evaluate offers for award purposes by adding the total price for all options to the total price for the
basic requirement. Evaluation of options will not obligate the Government to exercise the option(s).

                                                   (End of Clause)

         FAR 52.217-7 Option for Increased Quantity – Separately Price Line Item (Mar 1989)

The Government may require the delivery of the numbered line item, identified in the schedule as an option item, in
the quantity and at the price stated in the schedule. The Contracting Officer may exercise the options by written
notice to the Contractor within 90 days from the date of award. Delivery of added items shall continue at the same
rate that like items are called for under the contract, unless the parties otherwise agree.

                                                   (End of Clause)

         FAR 52.222-54      EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION (JAN 2009)

(a) Definitions. As used in this clause--Commercially available off-the-shelf (COTS) item—
(1) Means any item of supply that is--
(i) A commercial item (as defined in paragraph (1) of the definition at 2.101);
(ii) Sold in substantial quantities in the commercial marketplace; and
(iii) Offered to the Government, without modification, in the same form in which it is sold in the commercial
marketplace; and
(2) Does not include bulk cargo, as defined in section 3 of the Shipping Act of 1984 (46 U.S.C. App. 1702), such as
agricultural products and petroleum products. Per 46 CFR 525.1(c)(2), ``bulk cargo'' means cargo that is loaded and
carried in bulk onboard ship without mark or count, in a loose unpackaged form, having homogenous




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characteristics. Bulk cargo loaded into intermodal equipment, except LASH or Seabee barges, is subject to mark
and count and, therefore, ceases to be bulk cargo.
Employee assigned to the contract means an employee who was hired after November 6, 1986, who is directly
performing work, in the United States, under a contract that is required to include the clause prescribed at 22.1803.
An employee is not considered to be directly performing work under a contract if the employee--
(1) Normally performs support work, such as indirect or overhead functions; and
(2) Does not perform any substantial duties applicable to the contract.
Subcontract means any contract, as defined in 2.101, entered into by a subcontractor to furnish supplies or services
for performance of a prime contract or a subcontract. It includes but is not limited to purchase orders, and changes
and modifications to purchase orders.
Subcontractor means any supplier, distributor, vendor, or firm that furnishes supplies or services to or for a prime
Contractor or another subcontractor.
United States, as defined in 8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(38), means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico,
Guam, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
(b) Enrollment and verification requirements.
(1) If the Contractor is not enrolled as a Federal Contractor in E-Verify at time of contract award, the Contractor
shall--
(i) Enroll. Enroll as a Federal Contractor in the E-Verify program within 30 calendar days of contract award;
(ii) Verify all new employees. Within 90 calendar days of enrollment in the E-Verify program, begin to use E-
Verify to initiate verification of employment eligibility of all new hires of the Contractor, who are working in the
United States, whether or not assigned to the contract, within 3 business days after the date of hire (but see
paragraph (b)(3) of this section); and
(iii) Verify employees assigned to the contract. For each employee assigned to the contract, initiate verification
within 90 calendar days after date of enrollment or within 30 calendar days of the employee's assignment to the
contract, whichever date is later (but see paragraph (b)(4) of this section).
(2) If the Contractor is enrolled as a Federal Contractor in E-Verify at time of contract award, the Contractor shall
use E-Verify to initiate verification of employment eligibility of--
(i) All new employees. (A) Enrolled 90 calendar days or more. The Contractor shall initiate verification of all new
hires of the Contractor, who are working in the United States, whether or not assigned to the contract, within 3
business days after the date of hire (but see paragraph (b)(3) of this section); or
(B) Enrolled less than 90 calendar days. Within 90 calendar days after enrollment as a Federal Contractor in E-
Verify, the Contractor shall initiate verification of all new hires of the Contractor, who are working in the United
States, whether or not assigned to the contract, within 3 business days after the date of hire (but see paragraph (b)(3)
of this section); or
(ii) Employees assigned to the contract. For each employee assigned to the contract, the Contractor shall initiate
verification within 90 calendar days after date of contract award or within 30 days after assignment to the contract,
whichever date is later (but see paragraph (b)(4) of this section).
(3) If the Contractor is an institution of higher education (as defined at 20 U.S.C. 1001(a)); a State or local
government or the government of a Federally recognized Indian tribe; or a surety performing under a takeover
agreement entered into with a Federal agency pursuant to a performance bond, the Contractor may choose to verify
only employees assigned to the contract, whether existing employees or new hires. The Contractor shall follow the
applicable verification requirements at (b)(1) or (b)(2), respectively, except that any requirement for verification of
new employees applies only to new employees assigned to the contract.
(4) Option to verify employment eligibility of all employees. The Contractor may elect to verify all existing
employees hired after November 6, 1986, rather than just those employees assigned to the contract. The Contractor
shall initiate verification for each existing employee working in the United States who was hired after November 6,
1986, within 180 calendar days of--
(i) Enrollment in the E-Verify program; or
(ii) Notification to E-Verify Operations of the Contractor's decision to exercise this option, using the contact
information provided in the E-Verify program Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
(5) The Contractor shall comply, for the period of performance of this contract, with the requirements of the E-
Verify program MOU.
(i) The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or the Social Security Administration (SSA) may terminate the
Contractor's MOU and deny access to the E-Verify system in accordance with the terms of the MOU. In such case,
the Contractor will be referred to a suspension or debarment official.
(ii) During the period between termination of the MOU and a decision by the suspension or debarment official
whether to suspend or debar, the Contractor is excused from its obligations under paragraph (b) of this clause. If the



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suspension or debarment official determines not to suspend or debar the Contractor, then the Contractor must
reenroll in E-Verify.
(c) Web site. Information on registration for and use of the E-Verify program can be obtained via the Internet at the
Department of Homeland Security Web site: http://www.dhs.gov/E-Verify.
(d) Individuals previously verified. The Contractor is not required by this clause to perform additional employment
verification using E-Verify for any employee--
(1) Whose employment eligibility was previously verified by the Contractor through the E-Verify program;
(2) Who has been granted and holds an active U.S. Government security clearance for access to confidential, secret,
or top secret information in accordance with the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual; or
(3) Who has undergone a completed background investigation and been issued credentials pursuant to Homeland
Security Presidential Directive (HSPD)-12, Policy for a Common Identification Standard for Federal Employees
and Contractors.
(e) Subcontracts. The Contractor shall include the requirements of this clause, including this paragraph (e)
(appropriately modified for identification of the parties), in each subcontract that--
(1) Is for--(i) Commercial or noncommercial services (except for commercial services that are part of the purchase
of a COTS item (or an item that would be a COTS item, but for minor modifications), performed by the COTS
provider, and are normally provided for that COTS item); or
(ii) Construction;
(2) Has a value of more than $3,000; and
(3) Includes work performed in the United States

                                                    (End of clause


         FAR 52.223-2 Affirmative Procurement of Biobased Products Under Service and Construction
         Contracts. (Dec 2007)

     (a) In the performance of this contract, the contractor shall make maximum use of biobased products that are
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)-designated items unless—
       (1) The product cannot be acquired—
           (i) Competitively within a time frame providing for compliance with the contract performance schedule;
           (ii) Meeting contract performance requirements; or
           (iii) At a reasonable price.
       (2) The product is to be used in an application covered by a USDA categorical exemption (see 7 CFR 2902.10
et seq.). For example, some USDA-designated items such as mobile equipment hydraulic fluids, diesel fuel
additives, and penetrating lubricants are excluded from the preferred procurement requirement for the application of
the USDA-designated item to one or both of the following:
           (i) Spacecraft system and launch support equipment.
           (ii) Military equipment, i.e., a product or system designed or procured for combat or combat-related
missions.
    (b) Information about this requirement and these products is available at http://www.usda.gov/biopreferred.

                                                    (End of clause

            FAR 52.223-3 Hazardous Material Identification and Material Safety Data (Jan 1997)

(a) “Hazardous material,” as used in this clause, includes any material defined as hazardous under the latest
version of Federal Standard No. 313 (including revisions adopted during the term of the contract).
(b) The offeror must list any hazardous material, as defined in paragraph (a) of this clause, to be delivered under this
contract. The hazardous material shall be properly identified and include any applicable identification number, such
as National Stock Number or Special Item Number. This information shall also be included on the Material Safety
Data Sheet submitted under this contract.




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                           Material                                           Identification No.

                   (If none, insert “None”)




(c) This list must be updated during performance of the contract whenever the Contractor determines that any other
material to be delivered under this contract is hazardous.

(d) The apparently successful offeror agrees to submit, for each item as required prior to award, a Material Safety
Data Sheet, meeting the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1200(g) and the latest version of Federal Standard No. 313,
for all hazardous material identified in paragraph (b) of this clause. Data shall be submitted in accordance with
Federal Standard No. 313, whether or not the apparently successful offeror is the actual manufacturer of these items.
Failure to submit the Material Safety Data Sheet prior to award may result in the apparently successful offeror being
considered nonresponsible and ineligible for award.

(e) If, after award, there is a change in the composition of the item(s) or a revision to Federal Standard No. 313,
which renders incomplete or inaccurate the data submitted under paragraph (d) of this clause, the Contractor shall
promptly notify the Contracting Officer and resubmit the data.

(f) Neither the requirements of this clause nor any act or failure to act by the Government shall relieve the
Contractor of any responsibility or liability for the safety of Government, Contractor, or subcontractor personnel or
property.

(g) Nothing contained in this clause shall relieve the Contractor from complying with applicable Federal, State, and
local laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations (including the obtaining of licenses and permits) in connection with
hazardous material.

(h) The Government’s rights in data furnished under this contract with respect to hazardous material are as follows:

(1) To use, duplicate and disclose any data to which this clause is applicable. The purposes of this right are to --

(i) Apprise personnel of the hazards to which they may be exposed in using, handling, packaging, transporting, or
disposing of hazardous materials;

(ii) Obtain medical treatment for those affected by the material; and

(iii) Have others use, duplicate, and disclose the data for the Government for these purposes.

(2) To use, duplicate, and disclose data furnished under this clause, in accordance with subparagraph (h)(1) of this
clause, in precedence over any other clause of this contract providing for rights in data.
(3) The Government is not precluded from using similar or identical data acquired from other sources.

                                                    (End of Clause)

                           FAR 52.223-4 Recovered Material Certification (May 2008)

As required by the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976 (42 U.S.C. 6962(c)(3)(A)(i)), the Offeror
certifies, by signing this offer, that the percentage of recovered materials content for EPA-designated items to be
delivered or used in the performance of the contract will be at least the amount required by the applicable contract
specifications or other contractual requirements.

                                                  (End of Provision)

         FAR 52.223-9 ESTIMATE OF PERCENTAGE OF RECOVERED MATERIAL CONTENT



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                             FOR EPA-DESIGNATED ITEMS (MAY 2008)

   (a) Definitions. As used in this clause—
   “Postconsumer material” means a material or finished product that has served its intended use and has been
discarded for disposal or recovery, having completed its life as a consumer item. Postconsumer material is a part of
the broader category of “recovered material.”
   “Recovered material” means waste materials and by-products recovered or diverted from solid waste, but the
term does not include those materials and by-products generated from, and commonly reused within, an original
manufacturing process.
   (b) The Contractor, on completion of this contract, shall—
      (1) Estimate the percentage of the total recovered material content for EPA-designated item(s) delivered
and/or used in contract performance, including, if applicable, the percentage of post-consumer material content; and
      (2) Submit this estimate to: COMMANDING OFFICER
                                        Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center
                                      Code 424 CA
                                      1100 23rd Avenue
                                       Port Hueneme, CA 93043-4370

         FAR 52.236-4 Physical Data (Apr 84)Data and information furnished or referred to below is for the
         Contractor’s information. The Government shall not be responsible for any interpretation of or conclusion
         drawn from the data or information by the Contractor.
(a) The indications of physical conditions on the drawings and in the specifications are the result of site
investigations.

(b) Weather conditions good.
(c) Transportation facilities access by public roadway.

                                                    (End of Clause)

                DFARS 252.232-7003 ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF PAYMENT REQUESTS AND
                                 RECEIVING REPORTS (MAR 2008)

(a) Definitions. As used in this clause--

(1) Contract financing payment and invoice payment have the meanings given in section 32.001 of the Federal
Acquisition Regulation.

(2) Electronic form means any automated system that transmits information electronically from the initiating system
to all affected systems. Facsimile, e-mail, and scanned documents are not acceptable electronic forms for
submission of payment requests. However, scanned documents are acceptable when they are part of a submission of
a payment request made using Wide Area WorkFlow (WAWF) or another electronic form authorized by the
Contracting Officer.

(3) Payment request means any request for contract financing payment or invoice payment submitted by the
Contractor under this contract.

(b) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this clause, the Contractor shall submit payment requests and receiving
reports using WAWF, in one of the following electronic formats that WAWF accepts: Electronic Data Interchange,
Secure File Transfer Protocol, or World Wide Web input. Information regarding WAWF is available on the Internet
at https://wawf.eb.mil/.

(c) The Contractor may submit a payment request and receiving report using other than WAWF only when--



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(1) The Contracting Officer authorizes use of another electronic form. With such an authorization, the Contractor
and the Contracting Officer shall agree to a plan, which shall include a timeline, specifying when the Contractor will
transfer to WAWF;

(2) DoD is unable to receive a payment request or provide acceptance in electronic form;

(3) The Contracting Officer administering the contract for payment has determined, in writing, that electronic
submission would be unduly burdensome to the Contractor. In such cases, the Contractor shall include a copy of the
Contracting Officer's determination with each request for payment; or

(4) DoD makes payment for commercial transportation services provided under a Government rate tender or a
contract for transportation services using a DoD-approved electronic third party payment system or other exempted
vendor payment/invoicing system (e.g., PowerTrack, Transportation Financial Management System, and Cargo and
Billing System).

(d) The Contractor shall submit any non-electronic payment requests using the method or methods specified in
Section G of the contract.

(e) In addition to the requirements of this clause, the Contractor shall meet the requirements of the appropriate
payment clauses in this contract when submitting payments requests.

                                                   (End of clause)

         5252.232-9301 INVOICING PROCEDURES ELECTRONIC (NAVFAC SW March 2009)

(a) In accordance with DFARS Clause 252.232-7003 titled "Electronic Submission of Payment Requests", this
contract/order requires use of the DoD Wide Area Workflow Receipt and Acceptance (WAWF) system for the
submission of invoices. This web-based system, located at https://wawf.eb.mil, provides the technology for
Government contractors and authorized Department of Defense (DoD) personnel to generate, capture and process
receipt and payment-related documentation in a paperless environment. Invoices rendered under this contract shall
be submitted electronically through WAWF. Submission of hard copy DD250/invoices will no longer be accepted
for payment.

(b) It is recommended that the person in your company designated as the Central Contractor Registration (CCR)
Electronic Business Point of Contact (EBPOC), and anyone responsible for the submission of invoices, use the
online training system for WAWF at http://wawftraining.com. The Vendor, Group Administrator (GAM), and
sections marked with an asterisk in the training system should be reviewed.

Vendor Information is available at
http://acquisition.navy.mil/rda/home/acquisition_one_source/ebusiness/don_ebusiness_solutions/wawf_overview/ve
ndor_information.

(c) Within ten (10) days after award, the designated CCR EBPOC is responsible for activating the company's
CAGE code in WAWF by calling 1-866-618-5988 and selecting option three (3). Once the company’s CAGE code
is activated, the CCR EBPOC must self-register under the company's CAGE code on WAWF and follow the
instructions for a group administrator. After the company is set-up on WAWF, any additional persons responsible
for submitting invoices must self-register under the company's CAGE code at https://wawf.eb.mil.




(d) When creating an invoice in WAWF, the contractor must use the following information in conjunction
with information on the Contract. Failure to use required information will result in invoice rejection:




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      Contract Number                                               TBD
     DO/TO/Call Number                                              TBD
         Cage Code                                                  TBD
   DFAS Pay Office DoDAAC                                           TBD
        Invoice Type                          Navy Construction / Facilities Management Invoice

  Note: Invoice “Item” Structure

  1) NavCon/FMI Invoice, ‘Item
 Number’ must be four digits, e.g.
0001. Invoice total amount at CLIN
               level.

2) All other WAWF invoices, ‘Item
  Number’ must be six digits, e.g.
000101 (SLIN). Your total invoice
  amount must be broken out per
                SLIN.
        Issue Date of Award                                   Refer to Award
         Issue By DoDAAC             N62473 (Vendor, replace WAWF prefills with this DoDAAC as needed)
          Admin DoDAAC               N62473 (Vendor, replace WAWF prefills with this DoDAAC as needed)
Vendor, the below fields MUST be
   filled in with DoDAAC and                                 N62473 / ROPCN
Extension, as available in WAWF:

    Inspected By & Extension

  Service Acceptor & Extension

    Ship To Code & Extension

  Service Approver & Extension

 Contracting Officer & Extension

        LPO & Extension

   Grant Approver & Extension
    DCAA Auditor DoDAAC                                             N/A
         Mark For Code
                                                               DO NOT USE
         Ship From Code

    Unit of Measure MUST be:                                       “DO”



         Accounting data             The ACO may send the ACRN, AAA, and SDN to Vendor for data entry.



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        Vendor, after the invoice is submitted in WAWF, select “Send Additional Email Notifications”

    Notification Email Address                          NAVFAC_SW_ROPCN_inspector@navy.mil




Note: Supporting documentation must be attached. File names cannot contain spaces or special characters, except
underscore “_” which is an acceptable character. Maximum limit for size of each file is UNDER 2 megabytes.
There is NO Maximum limit for size of files per invoice.

(e) Before closing out of an invoice session in WAWF, but after submitting the invoice, you will be prompted to
“Send Additional Email Notifications.” Select "Send More Email Notification" and add additional email addresses
noted above in the first email address blocks. This additional notification to the Government is important to ensure
that the specific acceptor/receiver is aware the invoice documents have been submitted into WAWF.

(f) If you have any questions regarding WAWF, please contact the WAWF helpdesk at 866-618-5988.

              FAC 5252.236-9310        RECORD DRAWINGS (OCT 2004)

         The Contractor shall maintain at the job site two sets of full-size prints of the contract drawings, accurately
    marked in red with adequate dimensions, to show all variations between the construction actually provided and
    that indicated or specified in the contract documents, including buried or concealed construction. Special
    attention shall be given to recording the horizontal and vertical location of all buried utilities that differ from
    the final government-accepted drawings. Existing utility lines and features revealed during the course of
    construction, shall also be accurately located and dimensioned. Variations in the interior utility systems shall be
    clearly defined and dimensioned; and coordinated with exterior utility connections at the building five-foot line,
    where applicable. Existing topographic features which differ from those shown on the contract drawings shall
    also be accurately located and recorded. Where a choice of materials or methods is permitted herein, or where
    variations in scope or character of methods is permitted herein, or where variations in scope or character of
    work from that of the original contract are authorized, the drawings shall be marked to define the construction
    actually provided. The representations of such changes shall conform to standard drafting practice and shall
    include such supplementary notes, legends, and details as necessary to clearly portray the as-built construction.
    These drawings shall be available for review by the Contracting Officer at all times. Upon completion of the
    work, both sets of the marked up prints shall be certified as correct, signed by the Contractor, and delivered to
    the Contracting Officer for his approval before acceptance. Requests for partial payments will not be approved
    if the marked prints are not kept current, and request for final payment will not be approved until the marked
    prints are delivered to the Contracting Officer. (End of clause)

ALTERNATE II (OCT 2004) as prescribed in 36.5100(g)(1), when a Design-Built contract is used replace with
the following:

  “Upon completion of the work, both sets of the marked up prints shall be certified as correct, signed by the
Contractor, and delivered to the Contracting Officer for his approval before acceptance. Requests for partial
payments will not be approved if the marked prints are not kept current, and request for final payment will not be
approved until the marked prints are delivered to the Contracting Officer.”

with the following:

The Contractor shall deliver the marked up drawings to the Designer of Record who shall incorporate all as-built
modifications into the electronic design drawings. Final payment shall not be made until the as-built electronic
design drawings are delivered to the Contracting Officer. (End of clause)




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                 FAC 5252.236-9312 Design-Build Contract – Order of Precedence (AUG 2006)

(A) In the event of conflict or inconsistency between any of the below described portions of the conformed
contract, precedence shall be given in the following order:

     (1) Any portions of the proposal or final design that exceed the requirements of the solicitation.
         (a) Any portion of the proposal that exceeds the final design.
         (b) Any portion of the final design that exceeds the proposal.
         (c) Where portions within either the proposal or the final design conflict, the portion that most exceeds the
requirements of the solicitation has precedence.

      (2) The requirements of the solicitation, in descending order or precedence:
          (a) Standard Form 1442, Price Schedule, and Davis-Bacon Wage Rates.
          (b) Part 1 – Contract Clauses.
          (c) Part 2 – General Requirements.
          (d) Part 3 – Project program Requirements.
          (e) Part 6 – Attachments (excluding Concept Drawings).
          (f) Part 5 – Prescriptive Specifications exclusive of performance specifications.
          (g) Part 4- Performance Specifications exclusive of prescriptive specifications.
          (h) Part 6 – Attachments (Concept Drawings).

(B) Government review or approval of any portion of the proposal or final design shall not relieve the contractor
from responsibility for errors or omissions with respect thereto.

                                                    (End of clause)

          FAC 5252.236-9313 Design-Build Contract - Incorporation of Designer-of-Record Final Design (Jul
                                                 2008)

Upon Government receipt and acceptance of the Designer of Record signed and stamped final design submission
for all work, a no-cost unilateral modification shall be issued to incorporate the final design into the contract.

If the Contractor is authorized to proceed with portions of the work prior to the completion of a final design for all
work, a no-cost unilateral modification shall be issued for each Government accepted Designer of Record signed
and stamped design submission for each portion of the work in order to incorporate that design submittal into the
contract.

                                                    (End of clause)


31.      CONTRACT CLAUSES

All contract clauses in the Basic Contract by reference or full text remain in effect unless superseded by this task
order.
Clauses incorporated by reference:

          52.251-1             Government Supply Sources                                       APR 1984
          252.211-7003         Item Identification and Valuation                               Aug 2008
          52.229-3             Federal, State, and Local Taxes                                 APR 2003




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GENERAL DECISION: CA20100001 04/16/2010 CA1

Date: April 16, 2010
General Decision Number: CA20100001 04/16/2010

Superseded General Decision Number: CA20080001

State: California

Construction Types: Building, Heavy (Heavy and Dredging),
Highway and Residential

County: San Diego County in California.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS; DREDGING PROJECTS (does not
include hopper dredge work); HEAVY CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does
not include water well drilling); HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
PROJECTS; RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (consisting of
single family homes and apartments up to and including 4
stories)

Modification Number Publication Date
      0        03/12/2010
      1        03/19/2010
      2        04/02/2010
      3        04/16/2010

ASBE0005-002 01/01/2010

                          Rates         Fringes

Asbestos Workers/Insulator
(Includes the application of
all insulating materials,
protective coverings,
coatings, and finishes to all
types of mechanical systems).....$ 32.93                 15.32
Fire Stop Technician
(Application of Firestopping
Materials for wall openings
and penetrations in walls,
floors, ceilings and curtain
walls)...........................$ 24.21      13.76
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 ASBE0005-004 01/01/2010

                          Rates         Fringes

Asbestos Removal
worker/hazardous material
handler (Includes
preparation, wetting,
stripping, removal,
scrapping, vacuuming, bagging
and disposing of all
insulation materials from



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mechanical systems, whether
they contain asbestos or not)....$ 18.85                8.03
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 BOIL0092-003 10/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 40.22                22.26
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 BRCA0004-008 11/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

BRICKLAYER; MARBLE SETTER........$ 31.40                           13.55
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 BRCA0018-004 06/01/2008

                          Rates         Fringes

MARBLE FINISHER..................$ 25.52                   9.08
TILE FINISHER....................$ 21.07              7.88
TILE LAYER.......................$ 32.05            11.99
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 BRCA0018-010 09/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

TERRAZZO FINISHER................$ 26.59                     9.62
TERRAZZO WORKER/SETTER...........$ 33.63                          10.46
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 CARP0409-002 07/01/2008

                          Rates         Fringes

Diver
   (1) Wet.....................$ 663.68         9.82
   (2) Standby.................$ 331.84          9.82
   (3) Tender..................$ 323.84          9.82
   (4) Assistant Tender........$ 299.84              9.82

Amounts in "Rates' column are per day
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 CARP0409-008 07/01/2008

                          Rates         Fringes

Modular Furniture Installer......$ 19.00                7.41
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 CARP0547-001 07/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

CARPENTER
  (1) Bridge.................$ 37.28 10.58
  (2) Commercial Building....$ 32.30       10.58
  (3) Heavy & Highway........$ 37.15       10.58
  (4) Residential Carpenter..$ 25.84      10.58



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    (5) Residential
    Insulation Installer........$ 18.00            8.16
MILLWRIGHT.......................$ 37.65               10.58
PILEDRIVERMAN....................$ 37.28                 10.58
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 CARP0547-002 07/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

Drywall
    (1) Work on wood framed
    construction of single
    family residences,
    apartments or condominiums
    under four stories
     Drywall Installer/Lather...$ 21.00               8.58
     Drywall Stocker/Scrapper...$ 11.00                  6.67
    (2) All other work
     Drywall Installer/Lather...$ 27.35               9.58
     Drywall Stocker/Scrapper...$ 11.00                  6.67
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 ELEC0569-001 06/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

Electricians (Tunnel Work)
    Cable Splicer...............$ 41.98        3%+11.29
    Electrician.................$ 41.23      3%+11.29
Electricians: (All Other
Work, Including 4 Stories
Residential)
    Cable Splicer...............$ 37.40        3%+11.29
    Electrician.................$ 36.65      3%+11.29
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 ELEC0569-005 12/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

Sound & Communications
  Sound Technician............$ 26.42              $10.47
  Soundman....................$ 21.14             $8.74

 SOUND TECHNICIAN: Terminating, operating and performing
 final check-out

 SOUNDMAN: Wire-pulling, splicing, assembling and installing
 devices

 SCOPE OF WORK Assembly, installation, operation, service and
 maintenance of components or systems as used in closed
 circuit television, amplified master television
 distribution, CATV on private property, intercommunication,
 burglar alarm, fire alarm, life support and all security
 alarms, private and public telephone and related telephone
 interconnect, public address, paging, audio, language,
 electronic, background music system less than line voltage
 or any system acceptable for class two wiring for private,



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  commercial, or industrial use furnished by leased wire,
  frequency modulation or other recording devices, electrical
  apparatus by means of which electricity is applied to the
  amplification, transmission, transference, recording or
  reproduction of voice, music, sound, impulses and video.
  Excluded from this Scope of Work - transmission, service
  and maintenance of background music. All of the above
  shall include the installation and transmission over fiber
  optics.
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Work on street lighting; traffic signals; and underground
systems and/or established easements outside of buildings

                          Rates         Fringes

Traffic signal, street light
and underground work
   Utility Technician #1.......$ 27.00              $7.53
   Utility Technician #2.......$ 20.00              $7.32

STREET LIGHT & TRAFFIC SIGNAL WORK:

 UTILITY TECHNICIAN #1: Installation of street lights and
 traffic signals, including electrical circuitry,
 programmable controller, pedestal-mounted electrical meter
 enclosures and laying of pre-assembled cable in ducts. The
 layout of electrical systems and communication installation
 including proper position of trench depths, and radius at
 duct banks, location for manholes, street lights and
 traffic signals.

  UTILITY TECHNICIAN #2: Distribution of material at jobsite,
  installation of underground ducts for electrical,
  telephone, cable TV land communication systems. The
  setting, leveling, grounding and racking of precast
  manholes, handholes and transformer pads.
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 ELEC0569-008 12/01/2005

                          Rates         Fringes

ELECTRICIAN (Residential, 1-3
Stories).........................$ 21.00     3%+2.55
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 ELEC1245-001 06/01/2009

                          Rates         Fringes

LINE CONSTRUCTION
  (1) Lineman; Cable splicer..$ 44.47                  13.11
  (2) Equipment specialist
  (operates crawler
  tractors, commercial motor
  vehicles, backhoes,
  trenchers, cranes (50 tons



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   and below), overhead &
   underground distribution
   line equipment)...........$ 35.52          12.07
   (3) Groundman...............$ 27.17         11.82
   (4) Powderman...............$ 39.71         12.23

  HOLIDAYS: New Year's Day, M.L. King Day, Memorial Day,
  Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day
  and day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day
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 ELEV0018-001 01/01/2010

                       Rates        Fringes

ELEVATOR MECHANIC................$ 45.33               20.035

FOOTNOTE:
  PAID VACATION: Employer contributes 8% of regular hourly
  rate as vacation pay credit for employees with more than 5
  years of service, and 6% for 6 months to 5 years of service.
  PAID HOLIDAYS: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day,
  Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Friday after
  Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
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 ENGI0012-003 07/01/2009

                       Rates        Fringes

OPERATOR: Power Equipment
(All Other Work)
   GROUP 1....................$ 36.83         17.22
   GROUP 2....................$ 37.61         17.22
   GROUP 3....................$ 37.90         17.22
   GROUP 4....................$ 39.39         17.22
   GROUP 5....................$ 40.49         17.22
   GROUP 6....................$ 39.61         17.22
   GROUP 7....................$ 40.71         17.22
   GROUP 8....................$ 39.72         17.22
   GROUP 9....................$ 40.82         17.22
   GROUP 10....................$ 39.84        17.22
   GROUP 11....................$ 40.94        17.22
   GROUP 12....................$ 40.01        17.22
   GROUP 13....................$ 40.11        17.22
   GROUP 14....................$ 40.14        17.22
   GROUP 15....................$ 40.22        17.22
   GROUP 16....................$ 40.34        17.22
   GROUP 17....................$ 40.51        17.22
   GROUP 18....................$ 40.61        17.22
   GROUP 19....................$ 40.72        17.22
   GROUP 20....................$ 40.84        17.22
   GROUP 21....................$ 41.01        17.22
   GROUP 22....................$ 41.11        17.22
   GROUP 23....................$ 41.22        17.22
   GROUP 24....................$ 41.34        17.22
   GROUP 25....................$ 41.51        17.22
OPERATOR: Power Equipment
(Cranes, Piledriving &



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Hoisting)
   GROUP 1....................$ 38.18    17.22
   GROUP 2....................$ 38.96    17.22
   GROUP 3....................$ 39.25    17.22
   GROUP 4....................$ 39.39    17.22
   GROUP 5....................$ 39.61    17.22
   GROUP 6....................$ 39.72    17.22
   GROUP 7....................$ 39.84    17.22
   GROUP 8....................$ 40.01    17.22
   GROUP 9....................$ 40.18    17.22
   GROUP 10....................$ 41.18   17.22
   GROUP 11....................$ 42.18   17.22
   GROUP 12....................$ 43.18   17.22
   GROUP 13....................$ 44.18   17.22
OPERATOR: Power Equipment
(Tunnel Work)
   GROUP 1....................$ 38.68    17.22
   GROUP 2....................$ 39.46    17.22
   GROUP 3....................$ 39.75    17.22
   GROUP 4....................$ 39.89    17.22
   GROUP 5....................$ 40.11    17.22
   GROUP 6....................$ 40.22    17.22
   GROUP 7....................$ 40.34    17.22

PREMIUM PAY:
 $3.75 per hour shall be paid on all Power Equipment Operator
 work on the followng Military Bases: China Lake Naval
 Reserve, Vandenberg AFB, Point Arguello, Seely Naval Base,
 Fort Irwin, Nebo Annex Marine Base, Marine Corp Logistics
 Base Yermo, Edwards AFB, 29 Palms Marine Base and Camp
 Pendleton

 Workers required to suit up and work in a hazardous material
 environment: $2.00 per hour additional. Combination mixer
 and compressor operator on gunite work shall be classified
 as a concrete mobile mixer operator.

SEE ZONE DEFINITIONS AFTER CLASSIFICATIONS

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Bargeman; Brakeman; Compressor operator; Ditch
 Witch, with seat or similar type equipment; Elevator
 operator-inside; Engineer Oiler; Forklift operator
 (includes loed, lull or similar types under 5 tons;
 Generator operator; Generator, pump or compressor plant
 operator; Pump operator; Signalman; Switchman

 GROUP 2: Asphalt-rubber plant operator (nurse tank operator);
 Concrete mixer operator-skip type; Conveyor operator;
 Fireman; Forklift operator (includes loed, lull or similar
 types over 5 tons; Hydrostatic pump operator; oiler crusher
 (asphalt or concrete plant); Petromat laydown machine; PJU
 side dum jack; Screening and conveyor machine operator (or
 similar types); Skiploader (wheel type up to 3/4 yd.
 without attachment); Tar pot fireman; Temporary heating
 plant operator; Trenching machine oiler



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 GROUP 3: Asphalt-rubber blend operator; Bobcat or similar
 type (Skid steer); Equipment greaser (rack); Ford Ferguson
 (with dragtype attachments); Helicopter radioman (ground);
 Stationary pipe wrapping and cleaning machine operator

 GROUP 4: Asphalt plant fireman; Backhoe operator (mini-max or
 similar type); Boring machine operator; Boxman or mixerman
 (asphalt or concrete); Chip spreading machine operator;
 Concrete cleaning decontamination machine operator;
 Concrete Pump Operator (small portable); Drilling machine
 operator, small auger types (Texoma super economatic or
 similar types - Hughes 100 or 200 or similar types -
 drilling depth of 30' maximum); Equipment greaser (grease
 truck); Guard rail post driver operator; Highline cableway
 signalman; Horizontal Directional Drilling Machine;
 Hydra-hammer-aero stomper; Micro Tunneling (above ground
 tunnel); Power concrete curing machine operator; Power
 concrete saw operator; Power-driven jumbo form setter
 operator; Power sweeper operator; Rock Wheel Saw/Trencher;
 Roller operator (compacting); Screed operator (asphalt or
 concrete); Trenching machine operator (up to 6 ft.); Vacuum
 or much truck

GROUP 5: Equipment Greaser (Grease Truck/Multi Shift).

 GROUP 6: Articulating material hauler; Asphalt plant
 engineer; Batch plant operator; Bit sharpener; Concrete
 joint machine operator (canal and similar type); Concrete
 planer operator; Dandy digger; Deck engine operator;
 Derrickman (oilfield type); Drilling machine operator,
 bucket or auger types (Calweld 100 bucket or similar types
 - Watson 1000 auger or similar types - Texoma 330, 500 or
 600 auger or similar types - drilling depth of 45'
 maximum); Drilling machine operator; Hydrographic seeder
 machine operator (straw, pulp or seed), Jackson track
 maintainer, or similar type; Kalamazoo Switch tamper, or
 similar type; Machine tool operator; Maginnis internal full
 slab vibrator, Mechanical berm, curb or gutter(concrete or
 asphalt); Mechanical finisher operator (concrete,
 Clary-Johnson-Bidwell or similar); Micro tunnel system
 (below ground); Pavement breaker operator (truck mounted);
 Road oil mixing machine operator; Roller operator (asphalt
 or finish), rubber-tired earth moving equipment (single
 engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck); Self-propelled
 tar pipelining machine operator; Skiploader operator
 (crawler and wheel type, over 3/4 yd. and up to and
 including 1-1/2 yds.); Slip form pump operator (power
 driven hydraulic lifting device for concrete forms);
 Tractor operator-bulldozer, tamper-scraper (single engine,
 up to 100 h.p. flywheel and similar types, up to and
 including D-5 and similar types); Tugger hoist operator (1
 drum); Ultra high pressure waterjet cutting tool system
 operator; Vacuum blasting machine operator

GROUP 7: Welder - General




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 GROUP 8: Asphalt or concrete spreading operator (tamping or
 finishing); Asphalt paving machine operator (Barber Greene
 or similar type); Asphalt-rubber distribution operator;
 Backhoe operator (up to and including 3/4 yd.), small ford,
 Case or similar; Cast-in-place pipe laying machine
 operator; Combination mixer and compressor operator (gunite
 work); Compactor operator (self-propelled); Concrete mixer
 operator (paving); Crushing plant operator; Drill Doctor;
 Drilling machine operator, Bucket or auger types (Calweld
 150 bucket or similar types - Watson 1500, 2000 2500 auger
 or similar types - Texoma 700, 800 auger or similar types -
 drilling depth of 60' maximum); Elevating grader operator;
 Grade checker; Gradall operator; Grouting machine operator;
 Heavy-duty repairman; Heavy equipment robotics operator;
 Kalamazoo balliste regulator or similar type; Kolman belt
 loader and similar type; Le Tourneau blob compactor or
 similar type; Loader operator (Athey, Euclid, Sierra and
 similar types); Mobark Chipper or similar; Ozzie padder or
 similar types; P.C. slot saw; Pneumatic concrete placing
 machine operator (Hackley-Presswell or similar type);
 Pumpcrete gun operator; Rock Drill or similar types; Rotary
 drill operator (excluding caisson type); Rubber-tired
 earth-moving equipment operator (single engine,
 caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any
 and all attachments over 25 yds. up to and including 50 cu.
 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator
 (multiple engine up to and including 25 yds. struck);
 Rubber-tired scraper operator (self-loading paddle wheel
 type-John Deere, 1040 and similar single unit); Self-
 propelled curb and gutter machine operator; Shuttle buggy;
 Skiploader operator (crawler and wheel type over 1-1/2 yds.
 up to and including 6-1/2 yds.); Soil remediation plant
 operator; Surface heaters and planer operator; Tractor
 compressor drill combination operator; Tractor operator
 (any type larger than D-5 - 100 flywheel h.p. and over, or
 similar-bulldozer, tamper, scraper and push tractor single
 engine); Tractor operator (boom attachments), Traveling
 pipe wrapping, cleaning and bendng machine operator;
 Trenching machine operator (over 6 ft. depth capacity,
 manufacturer's rating); trenching Machine with Road Miner
 attachment (over 6 ft depth capacity): Ultra high pressure
 waterjet cutting tool system mechanic; Water pull
 (compaction) operator

GROUP 9: Heavy Duty Repairman

 GROUP 10: Drilling machine operator, Bucket or auger types
 (Calweld 200 B bucket or similar types-Watson 3000 or 5000
 auger or similar types-Texoma 900 auger or similar
 types-drilling depth of 105' maximum); Dual drum mixer,
 dynamic compactor LDC350 (or similar types); Monorail
 locomotive operator (diesel, gas or electric); Motor
 patrol-blade operator (single engine); Multiple engine
 tractor operator (Euclid and similar type-except Quad 9
 cat.); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator (single
 engine, over 50 yds. struck); Pneumatic pipe ramming tool
 and similar types; Prestressed wrapping machine operator;



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Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator (single
engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber tired earth moving
equipment operator (multiple engine, Euclid, caterpillar
and similar over 25 yds. and up to 50 yds. struck), Tower
crane repairman; Tractor loader operator (crawler and wheel
type over 6-1/2 yds.); Woods mixer operator (and similar
Pugmill equipment)

GROUP 11: Heavy Duty Repairman - Welder Combination, Welder -
Certified.

GROUP 12: Auto grader operator; Automatic slip form operator;
Drilling machine operator, bucket or auger types (Calweld,
auger 200 CA or similar types - Watson, auger 6000 or
similar types - Hughes Super Duty, auger 200 or similar
types - drilling depth of 175' maximum); Hoe ram or similar
with compressor; Mass excavator operator less tha 750 cu.
yards; Mechanical finishing machine operator; Mobile form
traveler operator; Motor patrol operator (multi-engine);
Pipe mobile machine operator; Rubber-tired earth- moving
equipment operator (multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar
and similar type, over 50 cu. yds. struck); Rubber-tired
self- loading scraper operator (paddle-wheel-auger type
self-loading - two (2) or more units)

GROUP 13: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator
operating equipment with push-pull system (single engine,
up to and including 25 yds. struck)

GROUP 14: Canal liner operator; Canal trimmer operator;
Remote- control earth-moving equipment operator (operating
a second piece of equipment: $1.00 per hour additional);
Wheel excavator operator (over 750 cu. yds.)

GROUP 15: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with push-pull system (single engine,
Caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any
and all attachments over 25 yds. and up to and including 50
yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with push-pull system (multiple
engine-up to and including 25 yds. struck)

GROUP 16: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with push-pull system (single engine,
over 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment
operator, operating equipment with push-pull system
(multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 25
yds. and up to 50 yds. struck)

GROUP 17: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with push-pull system (multiple engine,
Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 50 cu. yds. struck);
Tandem tractor operator (operating crawler type tractors in
tandem - Quad 9 and similar type)

GROUP 18: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar



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types in any combination, excluding compaction units -
single engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck)

GROUP 19: Rotex concrete belt operator (or similar types);
Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator, operating in
tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar types in any
combination, excluding compaction units - single engine,
Caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and similar types with any
and all attachments over 25 yds.and up to and including 50
cu. yds. struck); Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment
operator, operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and
similar types in any combination, excluding compaction
units - multiple engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck)

GROUP 20: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar
types in any combination, excluding compaction units -
single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired
earth-moving equipment operator, operating in tandem
(scrapers, belly dumps, and similar types in any
combination, excluding compaction units - multiple engine,
Euclid, Caterpillar and similar, over 25 yds. and up to 50
yds. struck)

GROUP 21: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating in tandem (scrapers, belly dumps and similar
types in any combination, excluding compaction units -
multiple engine, Euclid, Caterpillar and similar type, over
50 cu. yds. struck)

GROUP 22: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system
(single engine, up to and including 25 yds. struck)

GROUP 23: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system
(single engine, Caterpillar, Euclid, Athey Wagon and
similar types with any and all attachments over 25 yds. and
up to and including 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired
earth-moving equipment operator, operating with the tandem
push-pull system (multiple engine, up to and including 25
yds. struck)

GROUP 24: Rubber-tired earth-moving equipment operator,
operating equipment with the tandem push-pull system
(single engine, over 50 yds. struck); Rubber-tired
earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with
the tandem push-pull system (multiple engine, Euclid,
Caterpillar and similar, over 25 yds. and up to 50 yds.
struck)

GROUP 25: Concrete pump operator-truck mounted; Rubber-tired
earth-moving equipment operator, operating equipment with
the tandem push-pull system (multiple engine, Euclid,
Caterpillar and similar type, over 50 cu. yds. struck)

CRANES, PILEDRIVING AND HOISTING EQUIPMENT CLASSIFICATIONS



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 GROUP 1: Engineer oiler; Fork lift operator (includes loed,
 lull or similar types)

GROUP 2: Truck crane oiler

 GROUP 3: A-frame or winch truck operator; Ross carrier
 operator (jobsite)

 GROUP 4: Bridge-type unloader and turntable operator;
 Helicopter hoist operator

 GROUP 5: Hydraulic boom truck; Stinger crane (Austin-Western
 or similar type); Tugger hoist operator (1 drum)

 GROUP 6: Bridge crane operator; Cretor crane operator; Hoist
 operator (Chicago boom and similar type); Lift mobile
 operator; Lift slab machine operator (Vagtborg and similar
 types); Material hoist and/or manlift operator; Polar
 gantry crane operator; Self Climbing scaffold (or similar
 type); Shovel, backhoe, dragline, clamshell operator (over
 3/4 yd. and up to 5 cu. yds. mrc); Tugger hoist operator

 GROUP 7: Pedestal crane operator; Shovel, backhoe, dragline,
 clamshell operator (over 5 cu. yds. mrc); Tower crane
 repair; Tugger hoist operator (3 drum)

 GROUP 8: Crane operator (up to and including 25 ton
 capacity); Crawler transporter operator; Derrick barge
 operator (up to and including 25 ton capacity); Hoist
 operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (up to
 and including 25 ton capacity); Shovel, backhoe, dragline,
 clamshell operator (over 7 cu. yds., M.R.C.)

 GROUP 9: Crane operator (over 25 tons and up to and including
 50 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 25 tons up to
 and including 50 tons mrc); Highline cableway operator;
 Hoist operator, stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type
 (over 25 tons up to and including 50 tons mrc); K-crane
 operator; Polar crane operator; Self erecting tower crane
 operator maximum lifting capacity ten tons

 GROUP 10: Crane operator (over 50 tons and up to and
 including 100 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 50
 tons up to and including 100 tons mrc); Hoist operator,
 stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 50 tons up to
 and including 100 tons mrc), Mobile tower crane operator
 (over 50 tons, up to and including 100 tons M.R.C.); Tower
 crane operator and tower gantry

 GROUP 11: Crane operator (over 100 tons and up to and
 including 200 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 100
 tons up to and including 200 tons mrc); Hoist operator,
 stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 100 tons up
 to and including 200 tons mrc); Mobile tower crane operator
 (over 100 tons up to and including 200 tons mrc)




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 GROUP 12: Crane operator (over 200 tons up to and including
 300 tons mrc); Derrick barge operator (over 200 tons up to
 and including 300 tons mrc); Hoist operator, stiff legs,
 Guy derrick or similar type (over 200 tons, up to and
 including 300 tons mrc); Mobile tower crane operator (over
 200 tons, up to and including 300 tons mrc)

 GROUP 13: Crane operator (over 300 tons); Derrick barge
 operator (over 300 tons); Helicopter pilot; Hoist operator,
 stiff legs, Guy derrick or similar type (over 300 tons);
 Mobile tower crane operator (over 300 tons)

TUNNEL CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Skiploader (wheel type up to 3/4 yd. without
 attachment)

GROUP 2: Power-driven jumbo form setter operator

 GROUP 3: Dinkey locomotive or motorperson (up to and
 including 10 tons)

 GROUP 4: Bit sharpener; Equipment greaser (grease truck);
 Slip form pump operator (power-driven hydraulic lifting
 device for concrete forms); Tugger hoist operator (1 drum);
 Tunnel locomotive operator (over 10 and up to and including
 30 tons)

 GROUP 5: Backhoe operator (up to and including 3/4 yd.);
 Small Ford, Case or similar; Drill doctor; Grouting machine
 operator; Heading shield operator; Heavy-duty repairperson;
 Loader operator (Athey, Euclid, Sierra and similar types);
 Mucking machine operator (1/4 yd., rubber-tired, rail or
 track type); Pneumatic concrete placing machine operator
 (Hackley-Presswell or similar type); Pneumatic heading
 shield (tunnel); Pumpcrete gun operator; Tractor compressor
 drill combination operator; Tugger hoist operator (2 drum);
 Tunnel locomotive operator (over 30 tons)

GROUP 6: Heavy Duty Repairman

GROUP 7: Tunnel mole boring machine operator

ENGINEERS ZONES

$1.00 additional per hour for all of IMPERIAL County and the
portions of KERN, RIVERSIDE & SAN BERNARDINO Counties as
defined below:

That area within the following Boundary: Begin in San
Bernardino County, approximately 3 miles NE of the intersection
of I-15 and the California State line at that point which is
the NW corner of Section 1, T17N,m R14E, San Bernardino
Meridian. Continue W in a straight line to that point which is
the SW corner of the NW ¼ of Section 6, T27S, R42E, Mt. Diablo
Meridian. Continue North to the intersection with the Inyo
County Boundary at that point which is the NE corner of the W ½



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of the N ¼ of Section 6, T25S, R42E, MDM. Continue W along the
Inyo and San Bernardino County boundary until the intersection
with Kern County, as that point which is the SE corner of
Section 34, T24S, R40E, MDM. Continue W along the Inyo and
Kern County boundary until the intersection with Tulare County,
at that point which is the SW corner of the SE ¼ of Section 32,
T24S, R37E, MDM. Continue W along the Kern and Tulare County
boundary, until that point which is the NW corner of T25S,
R32E, MDM. Continue S following R32E lines to the NW corner of
T31S, R32E, MDM. Continue W to the NW corner of T31S, R31E,
MDM. Continue S to the SW corner of T32S, R31E, MDM. Continue
W to SW corner of SE ¼ of Section 34, T32S, R30E, MDM.
Continue S to SW corner of T11N, R17W, SBM. Continue E along
south boundary of T11N, SBM to SW corner of T11N, R7W, SBM.
Continue S to SW corner of T9N, R7W, SBM. Continue E along
south boundary of T9N, SBM to SW corner of T9N, R1E, SBM.
Continue S along west boundary of R1E, SMB to Riverside County
line at the SW corner of T1S, R1E, SBM. Continue E along south
boundary of T1s, SBM (Riverside County Line) to SW corner of
T1S, R10E, SBM. Continue S along west boundary of R10E, SBM to
Imperial County line at the SW corner of T8S, R10E, SBM.
Continue W along Imperial and Riverside county line to NW
corner of T9S, R9E, SBM. Continue S along the boundary between
Imperial and San Diego Counties, along the west edge of R9E,
SBM to the south boundary of Imperial County/California state
line. Follow the California state line west to Arizona state
line, then north to Nevada state line, then continuing NW back
to start at the point which is the NW corner of Section 1,
T17N, R14E, SBM

$1.00 additional per hour for portions of SAN LUIS OBISPO,
KERN, SANTA BARBARA & VENTURA as defined below:

That area within the following Boundary: Begin approximately 5
miles north of the community of Cholame, on the Monterey County
and San Luis Obispo County boundary at the NW corner of T25S,
R16E, Mt. Diablo Meridian. Continue south along the west side
of R16E to the SW corner of T30S, R16E, MDM. Continue E to SW
corner of T30S, R17E, MDM. Continue S to SW corner of T31S,
R17E, MDM. Continue E to SW corner of T31S, R18E, MDM.
Continue S along West side of R18E, MDM as it crosses into San
Bernardino Meridian numbering area and becomes R30W. Follow
the west side of R30W, SBM to the SW corner of T9N, R30W, SBM.
Continue E along the south edge of T9N, SBM to the Santa
Barbara County and Ventura County boundary at that point whch
is the SW corner of Section 34.T9N, R24W, SBM, continue S along
the Ventura County line to that point which is the SW corner of
the SE ¼ of Section 32, T7N, R24W, SBM. Continue E along the
south edge of T7N, SBM to the SE corner to T7N, R21W, SBM.
Continue N along East side of R21W, SBM to Ventura County and
Kern County boundary at the NE corner of T8N, R21W. Continue W
along the Ventura County and Kern County boundary to the SE
corner of T9N, R21W. Continue North along the East edge of
R21W, SBM to the NE corner of T12N, R21W, SBM. Continue West
along the north edge of T12N, SBM to the SE corner of T32S,
R21E, MDM. [T12N SBM is a think strip between T11N SBM and T32S
MDM]. Continue North along the East side of R21E, MDM to the



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Kings County and Kern County border at the NE corner of T25S,
R21E, MDM, continue West along the Kings County and Kern County
Boundary until the intersection of San Luis Obispo County.
Continue west along the Kings County and San Luis Obispo County
boundary until the intersection with Monterey County. Continue
West along the Monterey County and San Luis Obispo County
boundary to the beginning point at the NW corner of T25S, R16E,
MDM.


$2.00 additional per hour for INYO and MONO Counties and the
Northern portion of SAN BERNARDINO County as defined below:

That area within the following Boundary: Begin at the
intersection of the northern boundary of Mono County and the
California state line at the point which is the center of
Section 17, T10N, R22E, Mt. Diablo Meridian. Continue S then
SE along the entire western boundary of Mono County, until it
reaches Inyo County at the point which is the NE corner of the
W ½ of the NW ¼ of Section 2, T8S, R29E, MDM. Continue SSE
along the entire western boundary of Inyo County, until the
intersection with Kern County at the point which is the SW
corner of the SE ¼ of Section 32, T24S, R37E, MDM. Continue E
along the Inyo and Kern County boundary until the intersection
with San Bernardino County at that point which is the SE corner
of section 34, T24S, R40E, MDM. Continue E along the Inyo and
San Bernardino County boundary until the point which is the NE
corner of the W ½ of the NW ¼ of Section 6, T25S, R42E, MDM.
Continue S to that point which is the SW corner of the NW ¼ of
Section 6, T27S, R42E, MDM. Continue E in a straight line to
the California and Nevada state border at the point which is
the NW corner of Section 1, T17N, R14E, San Bernardino
Meridian. Then continue NW along the state line to the
starting point, which is the center of Section 18, T10N, R22E,
MDM.

REMAINING AREA NOT DEFINED ABOVE RECIEVES BASE RATE

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                          Rates         Fringes

OPERATOR: Power Equipment
(DREDGING)
    (1) Leverman................$ 44.83           17.22
    (2) Dredge dozer............$ 40.36            17.22
    (3) Deckmate................$ 40.25           17.22
    (4) Winch operator (stern
    winch on dredge)............$ 39.70             17.22
    (5) Fireman-Oiler,
    Deckhand, Bargeman,
    Leveehand...................$ 39.16          17.22
    (6) Barge Mate..............$ 39.77            17.22
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                          Rates         Fringes

Ironworkers:
   Fence Erector...............$ 26.58            15.24
   Ornamental, Reinforcing
   and Structural..............$ 33.00           23.71

PREMIUM PAY:

$6.00 additional per hour at the following locations:

China Lake Naval Test Station, Chocolate Mountains Naval
Reserve-Niland,
Edwards AFB, Fort Irwin Military Station, Fort Irwin Training
Center-Goldstone, San Clemente Island, San Nicholas Island,
Susanville Federal Prison, 29 Palms - Marine Corps, U.S. Marine
Base - Barstow, U.S. Naval Air Facility - Sealey, Vandenberg AFB

$4.00 additional per hour at the following locations:

Army Defense Language Institute - Monterey, Fallon Air Base,
Naval Post Graduate School - Monterey, Yermo Marine Corps
Logistics Center

$2.00 additional per hour at the following locations:

Port Hueneme, Port Mugu, U.S. Coast Guard Station - Two Rock

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                          Rates         Fringes

LABORER (BUILDING and all
other Residential
Construction)
   Group 1.....................$ 25.02         13.50
   Group 2.....................$ 25.90         13.50
   Group 3.....................$ 26.61         13.50
   Group 4.....................$ 27.41         13.50
   Group 5.....................$ 28.09         13.50
LABORER (RESIDENTIAL
CONSTRUCTION - See definition
below)
   (1) Laborer.................$ 22.87          10.83
   (2) Cleanup, Landscaping,
   Fencing (chain link or
   wood).......................$ 21.58        10.83

 RESIDENTIAL DEFINITION: Wood or metal frame construction of
 single family residences, apartments and condominums -
 excluding (a) projects that exceed three stories over a
 garage level, (b) any utility work such as telephone, gas,
 water, sewer and other utilities and (c) any fine grading
 work, utility work or paving work in the future street and
 public right-of-way; but including all rough grading work
 at the job site behind the existing right of way



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LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

GROUP 1: Cleaning and handling of panel forms; Concrete
Screeding for Rought Strike-off; Concrete, water curing;
Demolition laborer; Flagman; Gas, oil and/or water pipeline
laborer; General Laborer; General clean-up laborer;
Landscape laborer; Jetting laborer; Temporary water and
air lines laborer; Material hoseman (walls, slabs, floors
and decks); Plugging, filling of Shee-bolt holes; Dry
packing of concrete; Railroad maintenance, Repair Trackman
and road beds, Streetcar and railroad construction trac
laborers; Slip form raisers; Slurry seal crews (mixer
operator, applicator operator, squeegee man, Shuttle man,
top man), filling of cracks by any method on any surface;
Tarman and mortar man; Tool crib or tool house laborer;
Window cleaner; Wire Mesh puling-all concrete pouring
operations

GROUP 2: Asphalt Shoveler; Cement Dumper (on 1 yard or larger
mixer and handling bulk cement); Cesspool digger and
installer; Chucktender; Chute man, pouring concrete, the
handling of the cute from ready mix trucks, such as walls,
slabs, decks, floors, foundations, footings, curbs, gutters
and sidewalks; Concrete curer-impervious membrane and form
oiler; Cutting torch operator (demoliton); Guinea chaser;
Headboard man-asphlt; Laborer,
packing rod steel and pans; membrane vapor barrier installer;
Power broom sweepers (small); Riiprap, stonepaver, placing
stone or wet sacked concrete; Roto scraper and tiller; Tank
sealer and cleaner; Tree climber, faller, chain saw
operator, Pittsburgh Chipper and similar type brush
shredders; Underground laborers, including caisson bellower

GROUP 3: Buggymobile; Concrete cutting torch; Concrete
cutting torch; Concrete pile cutter; Driller, jackhammer, 2
1/2 feet drill steel or longer; Dri Pak-it machine; High
sealer (including drilling of same); Hydro seeder and
similar type; Impact wrench, mult-plate; Kettlemen, potmen
and mean applying asphalt, lay-kold, creosote, line caustic
and similar type materials (applying means applying,
dipping, brushing or handling of such materials for pipe
wrapping and waterproofing); Operators of pneumatic, gas,
electric tools, vibratring machines, pavement breakers, air
blasting, come-along, and similar mechanical tools not
separately classified herein; Pipelayers back up man
coating, grouting, making of joints, sealing, caulking,
diapering and inclduing rubber gasket joints, pointing and
any and all other services; Rotary Scarifier or multiple
head concrete chipping scaarifier; Steel header board man
and guideline setter; Tampers, Barko, Wacker and similar
type; Trenching machine, handpropelled

GROUP 4: Asphalt raker, luterman, ironer, apshalt dumpman and
asphalt spreader boxes (all types); Concrete core cutter
(walls, floors or ceilings), Grinder or sander; Concrete
saw man; cutting walls or flat work, scoring old or new



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 concrete; Cribber, shorer, lagging, sheeting and trench
 bracing, hand-guided lagging hammer; Laser beam in
 connection with laborer's work; Oversize concrete vibrator
 operator 70 pounds and over; Pipelayer performing all
 services in the laying, installation and all forms of
 connection of pipe from the point of receiving pipe in the
 ditch until completion of oepration, including any and all
 forms of tubular material, whether pipe, metallic or
 non-metallic, conduit, and any other stationary type of
 tubular device used for the conveying of any substance or
 element, whether water, sewage, solid, gas, air or other
 product whatsoever and without regard to the nature of
 material from which the tubular material is fabricated; No
 joint pipe and stripping of same; Prefabricated manhole
 installer; Sandblaster (nozzleman), Porta shot-blast, water
 blasting

  GROUP 5: Blasters Powderman-All work of loading holes,
 placing and blasting of all pwder and explosives of
  whatever type, regardless of method used for such loading
  and placing; Driller-all power drills, excluding
  jackhammer, whether core, diamond, wagon, track, multiple
  unit, and any and all other types of mechanical drills
  without regard to the form of motive power.
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                         Rates        Fringes

LABORER (MASON TENDER)...........$ 25.86                         12.13
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HEAVY AND HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION

                         Rates        Fringes

Laborers:
  GROUP 1.....................$ 26.14           13.50
  GROUP 2.....................$ 26.60           13.50
  GROUP 3.....................$ 27.01           13.50
  GROUP 4.....................$ 27.85           13.50
  GROUP 5.....................$ 30.72           13.50

LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Laborer: General or Construction Laborer, Landscape
 Laborer. Asphalt Rubber Material Loader. Boring Machine
 Tender (outside), Carpenter Laborer (cleaning, handling,
 oiling & blowing of panel forms and lumber), Concrete
 Laborer, Concrete Screeding for rough strike-off, Concrete
 water curing. Concrete Curb & Gutter laborer, Certified
 Confined Space Laborer, Demolition laborer & Cleaning of
 Brick and lumber,Expansion Joint Caulking; Environmental
 Remediation, Monitoring Well, Toxic waste and Geotechnical
 Drill tender, Fine Grader, Fire Watcher, Limbers, Brush
 Loader, Pilers and Debris Handlers. flagman. Gas Oil and



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Water Pipeline Laborer. Material Hoseman (slabs, walls,
floors, decks); Plugging, filling of shee bolt holes; Dry
packing of concrete and patching; Post Holer Digger
(manual); Railroad maintenance, repair trackman, road beds;
Rigging & signaling; Scaler, Slip-Form Raisers, Filling
cracks on any surface, tool Crib or Tool House Laborer,
Traffic control (signs, barriers, barricades, delineator,
cones etc.), Window Cleaner

GROUP 2: Asphalt abatement; Buggymobile; Cement dumper (on 1
yd. or larger mixers and handling bulk cement); Concrete
curer, impervious membrane and form oiler; Chute man,
pouring concrete; Concrete cutting torch; Concrete pile
cutter; driller/Jackhammer, with drill steel 2 1/'2 feet or
longer; Dry pak-it machine; Fence erector; Pipeline
wrapper, gas, oil, water, pot tender & form man; Grout man;
Installation of all asphalt overlay fabric and materials
used for reinforcing asphalt; Irrigation laborer;
Kettleman-Potman hot mop, includes applying asphalt,
lay-klold, creosote, lime caustic and similar tyhpes of
materials (dipping, brushing, handling) and waterproofing;
Membrane vapor barrier installer; Pipelayer backup man
(coating, grouting, making of joints, sealing caulkiing,
diapering including rubber basket joints, pointing);
Rotary scarifier, multiple head concrete chipper; Rock
slinger; Roto scraper & tiller; Sandblaster pot tender;
Septic tank digger/installer; Tamper/wacker operator; Tank
scaler & cleaner; Tar man & mortar man; Tree
climber/faller, chainb saw operator, Pittsburgh chipper &
similar type brush shredders.

GROUP 3: Asphalt, installation of all frabrics; Buggy Mobile
Man, Bushing hammer; Compactor (all types), Concrete Curer
- Impervious membrane, Form Oiler, Concrete Cutting Torch,
Concrete Pile Cutter,Driller/Jackhammer with drill steel 2
1/2 ft or longer, Dry Pak-it machine, Fence erector
including manual post hole digging, Gas oil or water
Pipeline Wrapper - 6 ft pipe and over, Guradrail erector,
Hydro seeder, Impact Wrench man (multi plate),
kettleman-Potman Hot Mop includes applying Asphalt,
Lay-Kold, Creosote, lime caustic and similar types of
materials (dipping, brushing or handling) and
waterproofing. Laser Beam in connection with Laborer work.
High Scaler, Operators of Pneumatic Gas or Electric Tools,
Vibrating Machines, Pavement Breakers, Air Blasting,
Come-Alongs and similar mechanical tools, Remote-Controlled
Robotic Tools in connection with Laborers work. Pipelayer
Backup Man (Coating, grouting,m makeing of joints, sealing,
caulking, diapering including rubber gasket joints,
pointing and other services). Power Post Hole Digger,
Rotary Scarifier (multiple head concrete chipper
scarifier), Rock Slinger, Shot Blast equipment (8 to 48
inches), Steel Headerboard Man and Guideline Setter,
Tamper/Wacker operator and similar types, Trenching Machine
hand propelled.

GROUP 4: Any worker exposed to raw sewage. Asphalt Raker,



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 Luteman, Asphalt Dumpman, Asphalt Spreader Boxes, Concrete
 Core Cutter, Concrete Saw Man, Cribber, Shorer, Head Rock
 Slinger. Installation of subsurface instrumentation,
 monitoring wells or points, remediation system installer;
 Laborer, asphalt-rubber distributor bootman; Oversize
 concrete vibrator operators, 70 pounds or over. Pipelayer,
 Prfefabricated Manhole Installer, Sandblast Nozzleman
 (Water Balsting-Porta Shot Blast), Traffic Lane Closure.

  GROUP 5: Blasters Powderman-All work of loading holes,
 placing and blasting of all powder and explosives of
  whatever type, regardless of method used for such loading
  and placing; Horizontal directional driller, Boring system,
  Electronic traking, Driller: all power drills excluding
  jackhammer, whether core, diamond, wagon, track, multiple
  unit, and all other types of mechanical drills without
  regard to form of motive power. Environmental remediation,
  Monitoring well, Toxic waste and Geotechnical driller,
  Toxic waste removal. Welding in connection with Laborer's
  work.
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* LABO0300-008 08/05/2009

                       Rates        Fringes

LABORER
  PLASTER CLEAN-UP LABORER....$ 26.65                       14.70
  PLASTER TENDER..............$ 29.20 14.70

Work at Military Bases - $3.00 additional per hour:
  Coronado Naval Amphibious Base, Fort Irwin, Marine Corps Air
  Station-29 Palms, Imperial Beach Naval Air Station, Marine
  Corps Logistics Supply Base, Marine Corps Pickle Meadows,
  Mountain Warfare Training Center, Naval Air
  Facility-Seeley, North Island Naval Air Station, Vandenberg
  AFB.
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                       Rates        Fringes

Asbestos Removal Laborer.........$ 26.15           14.25

  SCOPE OF WORK: Includes site mobilization, initial site
  cleanup, site preparation, removal of asbestos-containing
  material and toxic waste, encapsulation, enclosure and
  disposal of asbestos- containing materials and toxic waste
  by hand or with equipment or machinery; scaffolding,
  fabrication of temporary wooden barriers and assembly of
  decontamination stations.
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                       Rates        Fringes

Laborers: (HORIZONTAL
DIRECTIONAL DRILLING)



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  (1) Drilling Crew Laborer...$ 27.05       10.40
  (2) Vehicle Operator/Hauler.$ 27.22         10.40
  (3) Horizontal Directional
  Drill Operator..............$ 29.07   10.40
  (4) Electronic Tracking
  Locator.....................$ 31.07 10.40
Laborers: (STRIPING/SLURRY
SEAL)
  GROUP 1.....................$ 28.50   13.56
  GROUP 2.....................$ 29.80   13.56
  GROUP 3.....................$ 31.81   13.56
  GROUP 4.....................$ 33.55   13.56

LABORERS - STRIPING CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Protective coating, pavement sealing, including
 repair and filling of cracks by any method on any surface
 in parking lots, game courts and playgrounds; carstops;
 operation of all related machinery and equipment; equipment
 repair technician

 GROUP 2: Traffic surface abrasive blaster; pot tender -
 removal of all traffic lines and markings by any method
 (sandblasting, waterblasting, grinding, etc.) and
 preparation of surface for coatings. Traffic control
 person: controlling and directing traffic through both
 conventional and moving lane closures; operation of all
 related machinery and equipment

 GROUP 3: Traffic delineating device applicator: Layout and
 application of pavement markers, delineating signs, rumble
 and traffic bars, adhesives, guide markers, other traffic
 delineating devices including traffic control. This
 category includes all traffic related surface preparation
 (sandblasting, waterblasting, grinding) as part of the
 application process. Traffic protective delineating system
 installer: removes, relocates, installs, permanently
 affixed roadside and parking delineation barricades,
 fencing, cable anchor, guard rail, reference signs,
 monument markers; operation of all related machinery and
 equipment; power broom sweeper

  GROUP 4: Striper: layout and application of traffic stripes
  and markings; hot thermo plastic; tape traffic stripes and
  markings, including traffic control; operation of all
  related machinery and equipment
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                       Rates        Fringes

Painters: (Including Lead
Abatement)
   (1) Repaint.................$ 26.05     9.41
   (2) All Other Work..........$ 29.32        9.41

 REPAINT of any previously painted structure. Exceptions:



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  work involving the aerospace industry, breweries,
  commercial recreational facilities, hotels which operate
  commercial establishments as part of hotel service, and
  sports facilities.
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                          Rates         Fringes

DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER
    (1) Building & Heavy
    Construction................$ 29.19          12.19
    (2) Residential
    Construction (Wood frame
    apartments, single family
    homes and multi-duplexes
    up to and including four
    stories)....................$ 18.00       7.97
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                          Rates         Fringes

GLAZIER..........................$ 36.55          14.87
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                          Rates         Fringes

SOFT FLOOR LAYER.................$ 26.77                   11.75
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                          Rates         Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 35.41             9.88

  NORTH ISLAND NAVAL AIR STATION, COLORADO NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS
  BASE, IMPERIAL BEACH NAVAL AIR STATION: $3.00 additional
  per hour.
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                          Rates         Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER
  GROUP 1.....................$ 26.42 8.70
  GROUP 2.....................$ 28.07 8.70
  GROUP 3.....................$ 30.75 8.10

 CEMENT MASONS - work inside the building line, meeting the
 following criteria:

 GROUP 1: Residential wood frame project of any size; work
 classified as Type III, IV or Type V construction;
 interior tenant improvement work regardless the size of the
 project; any wood frame project of four stories or less.



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 GROUP 2: Work classified as type I and II construction

  GROUP 3: All other work
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                          Rates         Fringes

PLUMBER, PIPEFITTER,
STEAMFITTER
    (1) Work on strip malls,
    light commercial, tenant
    improvement and remodel
    work........................$ 28.84       14.47
    (2) Work on new additions
    and remodeling of
    commercial buildings,
    bars, restaurants, and
    stores not to exceed 5,000
    sq. ft. of floor space......$ 35.97           15.86
    (3) All other work..........$ 37.10            16.84
    (4) Camp Pendleton..........$ 41.60              16.84
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                          Rates         Fringes

PLUMBER/PIPEFITTER
    Residential.................$ 29.97         12.91
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                          Rates         Fringes

PLUMBER
    Landscape/Irrigation Fitter.$ 26.70                13.84
    Sewer & Storm Drain Work....$ 25.18                   15.67
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                          Rates         Fringes

ROOFER...........................$ 23.63           6.50
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                          Rates         Fringes

SPRINKLER FITTER.................$ 33.50                  15.30
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                          Rates         Fringes

SHEET METAL WORKER
  Camp Pendleton..............$ 36.05               15.81



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   Except Camp Pendleton.......$ 34.05                 15.81
   Sheet Metal Technician......$ 23.99                 4.71

SHEET METAL TECHNICIAN - SCOPE:
a. Existing residential buildings, both single and
multi-family, where each unit is heated and/or cooled by a
separate system b. New single family residential buildings
including tracts. c. New multi-family residential buildings,
not exceeding five stories of living space in height, provided
each unit is heated or cooled by a separate system. Hotels and
motels are excluded. d. LIGHT COMMERCIAL WORK: Any sheet
metal, heating and air conditioning work performed on a project
where the total construction cost, excluding land, is under
$1,000,000 e. TENANT IMPROVEMENT WORK: Any work necessary to
finish interior spaces to conform to the occupants of
commercial buildings, after completion of the building shell

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                          Rates         Fringes

Truck drivers:
   GROUP 1.....................$ 14.90            18.30
   GROUP 2.....................$ 24.49            18.30
   GROUP 3.....................$ 24.69            18.30
   GROUP 4.....................$ 24.89            18.30
   GROUP 5.....................$ 25.09            18.30
   GROUP 6.....................$ 25.59            18.30
   GROUP 7.....................$ 27.09            18.30

 FOOTNOTE: HAZMAT PAY: Work on a hazmat job, where hazmat
 certification is required, shall be paid, in addition to
 the classification working in, as follows: Levels A, B and
 C - +$1.00 per hour. Workers shall be paid hazmat pay in
 increments of four (4) and eight (8) hours.

TRUCK DRIVER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Fuel Man, Swamper

 GROUP 2: 2-axle Dump Truck, 2-axle Flat Bed,Concrete Pumping
 Truck, Industrial Lift Truck, Motorized Traffic Control,
 Pickup Truck on Jobsite

 GROUP 3: 2-axle Water Truck, 3-axle Dump Truck, 3-axle Flat
 Bed, Erosion Control Nozzleman, Dump Crete Truck under 6.5
 yd, Forklift 15,000 lbs and over, Prell Truck, Pipeline
 Work Truck Driver, Road Oil Spreader, Cement Distributor or
 Slurry Driver, Bootman, Ross Carrier

 GROUP 4: Off-road Dump Truck under 35 tons 4-axles but less
 than 7-axles, Low-Bed Truck & Trailer, Transit Mix Trucks
 under 8 yd, 3-axle Water Truck, Erosion Control Driver,
 Grout Mixer Truck, Dump Crete 6.5yd and over, Dumpster
 Trucks, DW 10, DW 20 and over, Fuel Truck and Dynamite,
 Truck Greaser, Truck Mounted Mobile Sweeper 2-axle Winch



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 Truck

 GROUP 5: Off-road Dump Truck 35 tons and over, 7-axles or
 more, Transit Mix Trucks 8 yd and over, A-Frame Truck,
 Swedish Cranes

 GROUP 6: Off-Road Special Equipment (including but not
 limited to Water Pull Tankers, Athey Wagons, DJB, B70
 Wuclids or like Equipment)

  GROUP 7: Repairman
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WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing
operation to which welding is incidental.
================================================================

Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within
the scope of the classifications listed may be added after
award only as provided in the labor standards contract clauses
(29CFR 5.5 (a) (1) (ii)).

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In the listing above, the "SU" designation means that rates
listed under the identifier do not reflect collectively
bargained wage and fringe benefit rates. Other designations
indicate unions whose rates have been determined to be
prevailing.

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         WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS

1.) Has there been an initial decision in the matter? This can
be:

* an existing published wage determination
* a survey underlying a wage determination
* a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on
  a wage determination matter
* a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling

On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests
for summaries of surveys, should be with the Wage and Hour
Regional Office for the area in which the survey was conducted
because those Regional Offices have responsibility for the
Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial
contact is not satisfactory, then the process described in 2.)
and 3.) should be followed.

With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal
process described here, initial contact should be with the
Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write to:

             Branch of Construction Wage Determinations
             Wage and Hour Division



                                                                   57
           U.S. Department of Labor
           200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
           Washington, DC 20210

2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an
interested party (those affected by the action) can request
review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour Administrator
(See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7). Write to:

           Wage and Hour Administrator
           U.S. Department of Labor
           200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
           Washington, DC 20210

The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the
interested party's position and by any information (wage
payment data, project description, area practice material,
etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the issue.

3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an
interested party may appeal directly to the Administrative
Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board). Write to:

           Administrative Review Board
           U.S. Department of Labor
           200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
           Washington, DC 20210

4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final.

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