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					    SOLICITATION, OFFER,                  1. SOLICITATION NO.                2. TYPE OF SOLICITATION          3. DATE ISSUED                PAGE OF PAGES
        AND AWARD                                                                  SEALED BID    (IFB)        15-Apr-2011
                                            W911S1-11-T-0178                                                                                       1 OF 114
 (Construction, Alteration, or Repair)                                             NEGOTIATED (RFP)

IMPORTANT - The "offer" section on the reverse m ust be fully com pleted by offeror.

4. CONTRACT NO.                                5. REQUISITION/PURCHASE REQUEST NO.                              6. PROJECT NO.
                                               SEE SCHEDULE


7. ISSUED BY                           CODE     W911S1                             8. ADDRESS OFFER TO         (If Other Than Item 7) CODE
ARMY RESERVE CONTRACTING CENTER-EAST
5418 SOUTH SCOTT PLAZA
FORT DIX NJ 08640-5097
                                                                                       See Item 7



TEL:                                     FAX:                                        TEL:                                     FAX:
9. FOR INFORMATION                A. NAME                                                   B. TELEPHONE NO.      (Include area code)        (NO COLLECT CALLS)
CALL:                             LORRAINE M. CARRUBA                                       609-562-6937

                                                                          SOLICITATION
NOTE: In sealed bid solicitations "offer" and "offeror" mean "bid" and "bidder".
10. THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRES PERFORMANCE OF THE WORK DESCRIBED IN THESE DOCUMENTS                                      (Title, identifying no., date):


 1. This project includes four small construction jobs in WV and PA

 2. The magnitude of this project is betw een $100,000 and $250,000

 3. The NAICS code is 238990 w ith a size standard of $14M

 4. Work is to be completed 90 days after Notice to Proceed

 5. This is being solicited as 100% HubZone set aside




                                                     10                                             90
11. The Contractor shall begin performance w ithin _______ calendar days and complete it w ithin ________ calendar days after receiving
    aw ard, X notice to proceed. This performance period is        X mandatory,          negotiable.     (See _________________________ .)
12 A. THE CONTRACTOR MUST FURNISH ANY REQUIRED PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BONDS?                                          12B. CALENDAR DAYS
(If "YES," indicate within how many calendar days after award in Item 12B.)
           YES     X NO

13. ADDITIONAL SOLICITATION REQUIREMENTS:
                                    1                                                                                          02:00 PM
A. Sealed offers in original and __________ copies to perform the w ork required are due at the place specified in Item 8 by ___________ (hour)
                10 May 2011
   local time ______________ (date). If this is a sealed bid solicitation, offers must be publicly opened at that time. Sealed envelopes containing offers
   shall be marked to show the offeror's name and address, the solicitation number, and the date and time offers are due.
B. An offer guarantee       is,    X is not required.
C. All offers are subject to the (1) w ork requirements, and (2) other provisions and clauses incorporated in the solicitation in full text or by reference.
                                 60
D. Offers providing less than _______ calendar days for Government acceptance after the date offers are due w ill not be considered and w ill be rejected.

NSN 7540-01-155-3212                                                    1442-101                                        STANDARD FORM 1442 (REV. 4-85)
                                                                                                                        Prescribed by GSA
                                                                                                                        FAR (48 CFR) 53.236-1(e)
                                                         SOLICITATION, OFFER, AND AWARD (Continued)
                                                                           (Construction, Alteration, or Repair)
                                                                               OFFER (M ust be fully completed by offeror)
14. NAME AND ADDRESS OF OFFEROR                         (Include ZIP Code)                 15. TELEPHONE NO.          (Include area code)

                                                                                           16. REMITTANCE ADDRESS               (Include only if different than Item 14)


                                                                                           See Item 14


CODE                                   FACILITY CODE


17. The offeror agrees to perform the w ork required at the prices specified below in strict accordance w ith the terms of this solicitation, if this offer is
accepted by the Government in w riting w ithin ________ calendar days after the date offers are due.       (Insert any number equal to or greater than
the minimum requirements stated in Item 13D. Failure to insert any number means the offeror accepts the minimum in Item 13D.)


AMOUNTS              SEE SCHEDULE OF PRICES


18. The offeror agrees to furnish any required performance and payment bonds.
                                                                        19. ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF AMENDMENTS
                                            (The offeror acknowledges receipt of amendments to the solicitation -- give number and date of each)


AMENDMENT NO.

      DATE

20A. NAME AND TITLE OF PERSON AUTHORIZED TO SIGN                                           20B. SIGNATURE                                                 20C. OFFER DATE
OFFER (Type or print)

                                                                   AWARD (To be completed by Government)
21. ITEMS ACCEPTED:



22. AMOUNT                               23. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA


24. SUBMIT INVOICES TO ADDRESS SHOWN IN                                             ITEM       25. OTHER THAN FULL AND OPEN COMPETITION PURSUANT TO
(4 copies unless otherwise specified)                                                                10 U.S.C. 2304(c)                         41 U.S.C. 253(c)

26. ADMINISTERED BY                              CODE                                          27. PAYMENT WILL BE MADE BY:                        CODE




                                              CONTRACTING OFFICER WILL COMPLETE ITEM 28 OR 29 AS APPLICABLE
    28. NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT                    (Contractor is required to sign this                 29. AWARD (Contractor is not required to sign this document.)
document and return _______ copies to issuing office.)         Contractor agrees               Y our of f er on this solicitation, is hereby accepted as to the items listed. This award con-
to f urnish and deliv er all items or perf orm all work, requisitions identif ied              summates the contract, which consists of (a) the Gov ernment solicitation and
on this f orm and any continuation sheets f or the consideration stated in this                y our of f er, and (b) this contract award. No f urther contractual document is
contract. The rights and obligations of the parties to this contract shall be                  necessary .
gov erned by (a) this contract award, (b) the solicitation, and (c) the clauses,
representations, certif ications, and specif ications or incorporated by ref er-
ence in or attached to this contract.

30A. NAME AND TITLE OF CONTRACTOR OR PERSON AUTHORIZED                                        31A. NAME OF CONTRACTING OFFICER                       (Type or print)
TO SIGN (Type or print)

                                                                                              TEL:                                    EMAIL:
30B. SIGNATURE                                         30C. DATE
                                                                                              31B. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA                                    31C. AWARD DATE
                                                                                               BY

NSN 7540-01-155-3212                                                                                                         STANDARD FORM 1442 BACK                      (REV. 4-85)
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    Section 00010 - Solicitation Contract Form




ITEM NO    SUPPLIES/SERVICES          QUANTITY   UNIT        UNIT PRICE                  AMOUNT
0001
          PA0500411P REPAIR DRAINAGE INDIANA, PA
          FFP
          CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ALL SUPERVISION, PERSONNEL,
          EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIALS NECESSARY
          TO REPAIR DRAINAGE; SERVICE LOCATION: INDIANA COUNTY
          MEMORIAL USARC (PA050) 443 NORTH 4TH STREET, INDIANA, PA
          15701-1296 IAW SCOPE OF WORK AND APPLICABLE DRAWINGS. INFO
          ONLY Contractor will not submit pricing.
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W25AR51049K102




                                                            NET AMT




ITEM NO    SUPPLIES/SERVICES  QUANTITY        UNIT            UNIT PRICE                 AMOUNT
0001AA                            1           Each
          REPAIR DRAINAGE INDIANA, PA
          FFP
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W25AR51049K102
          ADDITIONAL MARKINGS: M/F Scott Kawski, 609-744-1123




                                                            NET AMT
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ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES     QUANTITY        UNIT         UNIT PRICE                  AMOUNT
0002
          WV0430929P REPAIR WINDOWS WHEELING, WV
          FFP
          CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ALL SUPERVISION, PERSONNEL,
          EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIALS NECESSARY
          TO REPAIR WINDOWS; SERVICE LOCATION: BG J SUMNER JONES
          USARC (WV043) 25 ARMORY DRIVE
          WHEELING, WV 26003-6395 IAW SCOPE OF WORK AND APPLICABLE
          DRAWINGS. INFO ONLY Contractor will not submit pricing.
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W81GH21056K101




                                                            NET AMT




ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES  QUANTITY         UNIT            UNIT PRICE                 AMOUNT
0002AA                           1             Each
          REPAIR WINDOWS WHEELING, WV
          FFP
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W81GH21056K101
          ADDITIONAL MARKINGS: M/F Bob Hadfield, 609-410-7317




                                                            NET AMT
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ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES     QUANTITY       UNIT         UNIT PRICE                  AMOUNT
0003
          PA0530411P REPAIR HEAT TRACE JOHNSTOWN, PA
          FFP
          CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ALL SUPERVISION, PERSONNEL,
          EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIALS NECESSARY
          TO REPAIR HEAT TRACE; SERVICE LOCATION: JOHNSTOWN USARC
          (PA053) 295 GOUCHER ST
          JOHNSTOWN, PA 15905-3492 IAW SCOPE OF WORK AND APPLICABLE
          DRAWINGS. INFO ONLY Contractor will not submit pricing.
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W25AR51049K103




                                                           NET AMT




ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES   QUANTITY         UNIT          UNIT PRICE                 AMOUNT
0003AA                            1             Each
          REPAIR HEAT TRACE JOHNSTOWN, PA
          FFP
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W25AR51049K103
          ADDITIONAL MARKINGS: M/F Sal Zangari, 610-974-9601




                                                           NET AMT
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ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES       QUANTITY        UNIT        UNIT PRICE                 AMOUNT
0004
          PA2090411P INSTALL ROOM DOOR OF BLDG 106 FAIRVIEW, PA
          FFP
          CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE ALL SUPERVISION, PERSONNEL,
          EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIALS NECESSARY
          TO INSTALL ROOM DOOR OF BLDG 106 SERVICE LOCATION:
          FAIRVIEW USARC / OMS (PA209) 7001 KLIER DRIVE, FAIRVIEW, PA
          16415 IAW SCOPE OF WORK AND APPLICABLE DRAWINGS. INFO
          ONLY Contractor will not submit pricing.
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W25AR51049L101




                                                             NET AMT




ITEM NO   SUPPLIES/SERVICES  QUANTITY         UNIT            UNIT PRICE                 AMOUNT
0004AA                           1            Each
          INSTALL ROOM DOOR OF BLDG 106 FAIRVIEW, PA
          FFP
          FOB: Destination
          PURCHASE REQUEST NUMBER: W25AR51049L101
          ADDITIONAL MARKINGS: M/F Scott Kawski, 609-744-1123




                                                             NET AMT




    INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE TERMS

    Supplies/services will be inspected/accepted at:

    CLIN     INSPECT AT                    INSPECT BY    ACCEPT AT              ACCEPT BY
    0001     Destination                   Government    Destination            Government
    0001AA   Destination                   Government    Destination            Government
    0002     Destination                   Government    Destination            Government
    0002AA   Destination                   Government    Destination            Government
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0003     Destination              Government    Destination               Government
0003AA   Destination              Government    Destination               Government
0004     Destination              Government    Destination               Government
0004AA   Destination              Government    Destination               Government




DELIVERY INFORMATION

CLIN     DELIVERY DATE       QUANTITY      SHIP TO ADDRESS                  UIC

0001     90 dys. After NTP                 W6KH AMSA 105 CORAOPOLIS PA      W25AR5
                                           SCOTT W. KAWSKI
                                           MOON TWP USARC
                                           105 SOLDIERS LANE
                                           CORAOPOLIS PA 15108-2550
                                           814-836-4712
                                           FOB: Destination

0001AA 90 dys. After NTP     1             (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)      W25AR5
                                           FOB: Destination

0002     90 dys. After NTP                 PR W0FC OHIO COUNTY USAR CENTER W81GH2
                                           HADFIELD, ROBERT
                                           OHIO COUNTY AIRPORT RD
                                           WHEELING WV 26003-9201
                                           609-410-7317
                                           FOB: Destination

0002AA 90 dys. After NTP     1             (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)      W81GH2
                                           FOB: Destination

0003     90 dys. After NTP                 W6KH AMSA 105 CORAOPOLIS PA      W25AR5
                                           SALVATORE ZANGARI
                                           MOON TWP USARC
                                           105 SOLDIERS LANE
                                           CORAOPOLIS PA 15108-2550
                                           610-662-1653
                                           FOB: Destination

0003AA 90 dys. After NTP     1             (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)      W25AR5
                                           FOB: Destination

0004     90 dys. After NTP                 W6KH AMSA 105 CORAOPOLIS PA      W25AR5
                                           SCOTT W. KAWSKI
                                           MOON TWP USARC
                                           105 SOLDIERS LANE
                                           CORAOPOLIS PA 15108-2550
                                           814-836-4712
                                           FOB: Destination
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0004AA 90 dys. After NTP              1                    (SAME AS PREVIOUS LOCATION)                       W25AR5
                                                           FOB: Destination




CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT


52.222-23 NOTICE OF REQUIREMENT FOR AFFIRMATIVE ACTION TO ENSURE EQUAL
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSTRUCTION (FEB 1999)

(a) The offeror's attention is called to the Equal Opportunity clause and the Affirmative Action Compliance
Requirements for Construction clause of this solicitation.

(b) The 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                Goals for female
                                           participation for each trade     participation for each trade

                                                      2.8%                             6.9%


These goals are applicable to all the Contractor's construction work performed in the covered area. If the Contractor
performs construction work in a geographical area located outside of the covered area, the Contractor shall apply the
goals established for the geographical area where the work is actually performed. Goals are published periodically in
the Federal Register in notice form, and these notices may be obtained from any Office of Federal Contract
Compliance Programs office.

(c) The Contractor's compliance with Executive Order 11246, as amended, and the regulations in 41 CFR 60-4 shall
be based on (1) its implementation of the Equal Opportunity clause, (2) specific affirmative action obligations
required by the clause entitled "Affirmative Action Compliance Requirements for Construction,'' and (3) its efforts
to meet the goals. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform
throughout the length of the contract, and in each trade. The Contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ
minorities and women evenly on each of its projects. The transfer of minority or female employees or trainees from
Contractor to Contractor, or from project to project, for the sole purpose of meeting the Contractor's goals shall be a
violation of the contract, Executive Order 11246, as amended, and the regulations in 41 CFR 60-4. Compliance with
the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed.

(d) The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Federal Contract
Compliance, U.S. Department of Labor, within 10 working days following award of any construction subcontract in
excess of $10,000 at any tier for construction work under the contract resulting from this solicitation. The
notification shall list the --

(1) Name, address, and telephone number of the subcontractor;

(2) Employer's identification number of the subcontractor;

(3) Estimated dollar amount of the subcontract;

(4) Estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and

(5) Geographical area in which the subcontract is to be performed.
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(e) As used in this Notice, and in any contract resulting from this solicitation, the "covered area" is
Wheeling, WV (Ohio Cty)
Johnstown, PA (Cambria Cty)
Fairview, PA (Erie Cty)
Indiana, PA (Indiana Cty)

(End of provision)
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Section 00100 - Bidding Schedule/Instructions to Bidders

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE


52.215-1                Instructions to Offerors--Competitive Acquisition            JAN 2004




CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT


52.236-27    SITE VISIT (CONSTRUCTION) (FEB 1995)

(a) The clauses at 52.236-2, Differing Site Conditions, and 52.236-3, Site Investigations and Conditions Affecting
the Work, will be included in any contract awarded as a result of this solicitation. Accordingly, offerors or quoters
are urged and expected to inspect the site where the work will be performed.

(b) Site visits may be arranged during normal duty hours by contacting:
          Repair Draininge: Scott Kawski, 609-744-1123
          Repair Windows: Bob Hadfield, 609-410-7317
          Repair Heat Trace: Sal Zangari, 610-974-9601
          Install Room Door: Scott Kawski, 609-744-1123

(End of provision)



INSTRUCTIONS TO OFFERORS
1. ALL QUESTIONS SHALL BE IN WRITING. QUESTIONS MAY BE EMAILED TO
   Lorraine.carruba@us.army.mil

2. PROPOSAL IS DUE NO LATER THAN THE DATE SPECIFIED IN BLOCK 10 OF THE SOLICITATION
EST. EMAIL, MAIL, OR HAND CARRY PROPOSAL – EMAIL TO ADDRESS IN NUMBER 1 ABOVE AND
MAIL OR HANDCARRY TO THE FOLLOWING ADDRESS:

                  ARMY RESERVE CONTRACTING CENTER EAST
                  FORT DIX DIRECTORATE OF CONTRACTING
                  ATTN: LORRAINE CARRUBA
                  5418 SOUTH SCOTT PLAZA
                  FORT DIX, NJ 08640


3. CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

                 (1)    STANDARD FORM 1442
                 (2)    SOLICITATION CONTRACT FORM (SECTION 00010)
                 (3)    REPRESENTATIONS & CERTIFICATIONS (SECTION 00600)
                  (4)   CAGE CODE, DUNS NUMBER, AND TAX ID NUMBER

       A. THE OFFEROR IS REMINDED IT MUST OFFER ON THE ISSUED PLANS, DRAWINGS, AND
SPECIFICATIONS AS AMENDED. ANY DEVIATIONS, CONDITIONS OR ATTACHMENTS MADE BY
THE OFFEROR ITSELF MAY RENDER THE OFFER NON-RESPONSIVE AND MAY BE CAUSE FOR ITS
REJECTION.
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4. DUE TO RESTRICTED ACCESS TO FORT DIX, CONTRACTORS THAT WILL BE HANDCARRYING
THEIR QUOTE ARE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER A LIST OF PERSONNEL
PLANNING TO DELIVER THE PACKAGE NOT LATER THAN ONE FULL WORK DAY PRIOR TO THE
DATE/TIME OF ARRIVAL. CONTRACTORS MUST ALSO FURNISH THE APPROXIMATE TIME OF
ARRIVAL AND THE GATE THEY WILL UTILIZE. CONTRACTORS ARE CAUTIONED THAT THERE
MAY BE DELAYS AT THE GATES AND SHOULD ALLOW ADEQUATE TIME FOR ENTERING THE
INSTALLATION TO ENSURE PACKAGES ARE RECEIVED PRIOR TO THE TIME AND DATE FOR
RECEIPT OF QUOTE. ALL INDIVIDUALS MUST HAVE A PICTURE ID AND NO SUBSTITUTIONS ARE
AUTHORIZED. VEHICLES ARE ALSO SUBJECT TO SEARCH.




BASIS OF AWARD
Only one contract will be awarded from this solicitation. Award will be made on an all or none basis. Offers for
less than the total work required will be rejected as nonresponsive. Award shall be made to the responsive,
responsible bidder whose total aggregate price is low.
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Section 00600 - Representations & Certifications

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT


52.204-8    ANNUAL REPRESENTATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS (JAN 2011)

(a)(1) The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this acquisition is ----238990----------
[insert NAICS code].

(2) The small business size standard is ---$14M----------- [insert size standard].

(3) The small business size standard for a concern which submits an offer in its own name, other than on a
construction or service contract, but which proposes to furnish a product which it did not itself manufacture, is 500
employees.

(b)(1) If the clause at 52.204-7, Central Contractor Registration, is included in this solicitation, paragraph (d) of this
provision applies.

(2) If the clause at 52.204-7 is not included in this solicitation, and the offeror is currently registered in CCR, and
has completed the ORCA electronically, the offeror may choose to use paragraph (d) of this provision instead of
completing the corresponding individual representations and certifications in the solicitation. The offeror shall
indicate which option applies by checking one of the following boxes:

(__) Paragraph (d) applies.

(__) Paragraph (d) does not apply and the offeror has completed the individual representations and certifications in
the solicitation.

(c)(1) The following representations or certifications in ORCA are applicable to this solicitation as indicated:

(i) 52.203-2, Certificate of Independent Price Determination. This provision applies to solicitations when a firm-
fixed-price contract or fixed-price contract with economic price adjustment is contemplated, unless--

(A) The acquisition is to be made under the simplified acquisition procedures in Part 13;

(B) The solicitation is a request for technical proposals under two-step sealed bidding procedures; or

(C) The solicitation is for utility services for which rates are set by law or regulation.

(ii) 52.203-11, Certification and Disclosure Regarding Payments to Influence Certain Federal Transactions. This
provision applies to solicitations expected to exceed $150,000.

(iii) 52.204-3, Taxpayer Identification. This provision applies to solicitations that do not include the clause at
52.204-7, Central Contractor Registration.

(iv) 52.204-5, Women-Owned Business (Other Than Small Business).This provision applies to solicitations that--

(A) Are not set aside for small business concerns;

(B) Exceed the simplified acquisition threshold; and

(C) Are for contracts that will be performed in the United States or its outlying areas.
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(v) 52.209-5, Certification Regarding Responsibility Matters. This provision applies to solicitations where the
contract value is expected to exceed the simplified acquisition threshold.

(vi) 52.214-14, Place of Performance--Sealed Bidding. This provision applies to invitations for bids except those in
which the place of performance is specified by the Government.

(vii) 52.215-6, Place of Performance. This provision applies to solicitations unless the place of performance is
specified by the Government.

(viii) 52.219-1, Small Business Program Representations (Basic & Alternate I). This provision applies to
solicitations when the contract will be performed in the United States or its outlying areas.

(A) The basic provision applies when the solicitations are issued by other than DoD, NASA, and the Coast Guard.

(B) The provision with its Alternate I applies to solicitations issued by DoD, NASA, or the Coast Guard.

(ix) 52.219-2, Equal Low Bids. This provision applies to solicitations when contracting by sealed bidding and the
contract will be performed in the United States or its outlying areas.

(x) 52.222-22, Previous Contracts and Compliance Reports. This provision applies to solicitations that include the
clause at 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity.

(xi) 52.222-25, Affirmative Action Compliance. This provision applies to solicitations, other than those for
construction, when the solicitation includes the clause at 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity.

(xii) 52.222-38, Compliance with Veterans' Employment Reporting Requirements. This provision applies to
solicitations when it is anticipated the contract award will exceed the simplified acquisition threshold and the
contract is not for acquisition of commercial items.

(xiii) 52.223-1, Biobased Product Certification. This provision applies to solicitations that require the delivery or
specify the use of USDA-designated items; or include the clause at 52.223-2, Affirmative Procurement of Biobased
Products Under Service and Construction Contracts.

(xiv) 52.223-4, Recovered Material Certification. This provision applies to solicitations that are for, or specify the
use of, EPA-designated items.

(xv) 52.225-2, Buy American Act Certificate. This provision applies to solicitations containing the clause at 52.225-
1.

(xvi) 52.225-4, Buy American Act--Free Trade Agreements—Israeli Trade Act Certificate. (Basic, Alternate I, and
Alternate II) This provision applies to solicitations containing the clause at 52.225-3.

(A) If the acquisition value is less than $25,000, the basic provision applies.

(B) If the acquisition value is $25,000 or more but is less than $50,000, the provision with its Alternate I applies.

(C) If the acquisition value is $50,000 or more but is less than $67,826, the provision with its Alternate II applies.

(xvii) 52.225-6, Trade Agreements Certificate. This provision applies to solicitations containing the clause at
52.225-5.

(xviii) 52.225-20, Prohibition on Conducting Restricted Business Operations in Sudan--Certification. This provision
applies to all solicitations.
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(xix) 52.225-25, Prohibition on Engaging in Sanctioned Activities Relating to Iran--Certification. This provision
applies to all solicitations.

(xx) 52.226-2, Historically Black College or University and Minority Institution Representation. This provision
applies to--

(A) Solicitations for research, studies, supplies, or services of the type normally acquired from higher educational
institutions; and

(B) For DoD, NASA, and Coast Guard acquisitions, solicitations that contain the clause at 52.219-23, Notice of
Price Evaluation Adjustment for Small Disadvantaged Business Concerns.

(2) The following certifications are applicable as indicated by the Contracting Officer:

(Contracting Officer check as appropriate.)

 ------(i) 52.219-22, Small Disadvantaged Business Status.

 ------(A) Basic.

 ------(B) Alternate I.

 ------(ii) 52.222-18, Certification Regarding Knowledge of Child Labor for Listed End Products.

 ------(iii) 52.222-48, Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Maintenance,
Calibration, or Repair of Certain Equipment Certification.

 ------(iv) 52.222-52 Exemption from Application of the Service Contract Act to Contracts for Certain Services--
Certification.

 ------(v) 52.223-9, with its Alternate I, Estimate of Percentage of Recovered Material Content for EPA-Designated
Products (Alternate I only).

 ------(vi) 52.223-13, Certification of Toxic Chemical Release Reporting.

 ------(vii) 52.227-6, Royalty Information.

 ------ (A) Basic.

 ------ (B) Alternate I.

 ------(viii) 52.227-15, Representation of Limited Rights Data and Restricted Computer Software.

(d) The offeror has completed the annual representations and certifications electronically via the Online
Representations and Certifications Application (ORCA) website at http://orca.bpn.gov. After reviewing the ORCA
database information, the offeror verifies by submission of the offer that the representations and certifications
currently posted electronically that apply to this solicitation as indicated in paragraph (c) of this provision have been
entered or updated within the last 12 months, are current, accurate, complete, and applicable to this solicitation
(including the business size standard applicable to the NAICS code referenced for this solicitation), as of the date of
this offer and are incorporated in this offer by reference (see FAR 4.1201); except for the changes identified below
(offeror to insert changes, identifyingchange by clause number, title, date). These amended representation(s) and/or
certification(s) are also incorporated in this offer and are current, accurate, and complete as of the date of this offer.

------------------------------------------------------------------------
FAR Clause            Title            Date          Change
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------          ----------          ------       ------
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Any changes provided by the offeror are applicable to this solicitation only, and do not result in an update to the
representations and certifications posted on ORCA.

(End of Provision)
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Section 00700 - Contract Clauses

CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE


52.204-7           Central Contractor Registration                            APR 2008
52.219-3           Notice of Total HUBZone Set-Aside or Sole Source Award     JAN 2011
52.222-1           Notice To The Government Of Labor Disputes                 FEB 1997
52.222-5           Davis-Bacon Act--Secondary Site of the Work                JUL 2005
52.222-6           Davis Bacon Act                                            JUL 2005
52.222-7           Withholding of Funds                                       FEB 1988
52.222-8           Payrolls and Basic Records                                 JUN 2010
52.222-9           Apprentices and Trainees                                   JUL 2005
52.222-10          Compliance with Copeland Act Requirements                  FEB 1988
52.222-11          Subcontracts (Labor Standards)                             JUL 2005
52.222-12          Contract Termination-Debarment                             FEB 1988
52.222-13          Compliance with Davis-Bacon and Related Act Regulations.   FEB 1988
52.222-14          Disputes Concerning Labor Standards                        FEB 1988
52.222-15          Certification of Eligibility                               FEB 1988
52.222-27          Affirmative Action Compliance Requirements for             FEB 1999
                   Construction
52.223-5           Pollution Prevention and Right-to-Know Information         AUG 2003
52.223-13          Certification of Toxic Chemical Release Reporting          AUG 2003
52.225-10          Notice of Buy American Act Requirement--Construction       FEB 2009
                   Materials
52.228-5           Insurance - Work On A Government Installation              JAN 1997
52.232-5           Payments under Fixed-Price Construction Contracts          SEP 2002
52.232-23          Assignment Of Claims                                       JAN 1986
52.232-27          Prompt Payment for Construction Contracts                  OCT 2008
52.232-33          Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contractor   OCT 2003
                   Registration
52.236-3           Site Investigation and Conditions Affecting the Work       APR 1984
52.236-5           Material and Workmanship                                   APR 1984
52.236-6           Superintendence by the Contractor                          APR 1984
52.236-7           Permits and Responsibilities                               NOV 1991
52.236-14          Availability and Use of Utility Services                   APR 1984
52.236-26          Preconstruction Conference                                 FEB 1995
52.242-14          Suspension of Work                                         APR 1984
52.243-5           Changes and Changed Conditions                             APR 1984
52.244-6           Subcontracts for Commercial Items                          DEC 2010
52.246-12          Inspection of Construction                                 AUG 1996
52.246-21          Warranty of Construction                                   MAR 1994
52.252-1           Solicitation Provisions Incorporated By Reference          FEB 1998
52.252-2           Clauses Incorporated By Reference                          FEB 1998
252.204-7003       Control Of Government Personnel Work Product               APR 1992
252.204-7004 Alt A Central Contractor Registration (52.204-7) Alternate A     SEP 2007
252.223-7006       Prohibition On Storage And Disposal Of Toxic And           APR 1993
                   Hazardous Materials
252.225-7031       Secondary Arab Boycott Of Israel                           JUN 2005
252.232-7003       Electronic Submission of Payment Requests and Receiving    MAR 2008
                   Reports
252.232-7010       Levies on Contract Payments                                DEC 2006
252.236-7000       Modification Proposals-Price Breakdown                     DEC 1991
252.236-7001       Contract Drawings, and Specifications                      AUG 2000
252.243-7001       Pricing Of Contract Modifications                          DEC 1991
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252.246-7000         Material Inspection And Receiving Report                        MAR 2008
252.247-7023         Transportation of Supplies by Sea                               MAY 2002
252.247-7023 Alt III Transportation of Supplies by Sea (May 2002) Alternate III      MAY 2002




CLAUSES INCORPORATED BY FULL TEXT


52.211-10    COMMENCEMENT, PROSECUTION, AND COMPLETION OF WORK (APR 1984)

The Contractor shall be required to (a) commence work under this contract within 90 calendar days after the date
the Contractor receives the notice to proceed, (b) prosecute the work diligently, and (c) complete the entire work
ready for use not later than .     * The time stated for completion shall include final cleanup of the premises.

*The Contracting Officer shall specify either a number of days after the date the contractor receives the notice to
proceed, or a calendar date.

(End of clause)




52.213-4 TERMS AND CONDITIONS--SIMPLIFIED ACQUISITIONS (OTHER THAN COMMERCIAL
ITEMS) (JAN 2011)

(a) The Contractor shall comply with the following Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) clauses that are
incorporated by reference:

(1) The clauses listed below implement provisions of law or Executive order:

(i) 52.222-3, Convict Labor (June 2003) (E.O. 11755).

(ii) 52.222-21, Prohibition of Segregated Facilities (Feb 1999) (E.O. 11246).

(iii) 52.222-26, Equal Opportunity (MAR 2007) (E.O. 11246).

(iv) 52.222-50, Combating Trafficking in Persons (FEB 2009) (22 U.S.C. 7104(g)).

(v) 52.225-13, Restrictions on Certain Foreign Purchases (FEB 2006) (E.o.s, proclamations, and statutes
administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of the Treasury).

(vi) 52.233-3, Protest After Award (Aug 1996) (31 U.S.C. 3553).

(vii) 52.233-4, Applicable Law for Breach of Contract Claim (OCT 2004) (Pub. L. 108-77, 108-78).

(2) Listed below are additional clauses that apply:

(i) 52.204-10 Reporting Executive Compensation and First-Tier Subcontract Awards (JUL 2010) (Pub. L. 109-282)
(31 U.S.C. 6101 note).

(ii) 52.232-1, Payments (Apr 1984).

(iii) 52.232-8, Discounts for Prompt Payment (Feb 2002).
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(iv) 52.232-11, Extras (Apr 1984).

(v) 52.232-25, Prompt Payment (OCT 2008).

(vi) 52.233-1, Disputes (JUN 2008).

(vii)52.244-6, Subcontracts for Commercial Items (JAN 2011).

(viii) 52.253-1, Computer Generated Forms (Jan 1991).

(b) The Contractor shall comply with the following FAR clauses, incorporated by reference, unless the
circumstances do not apply:

(1) The clauses listed below implement provisions of law or Executive order:

(i) 52.222-19, Child Labor--Cooperation with Authorities and Remedies (JUL 2010) (E.O. 13126).

(ii) 52.222-20, Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act (OCT 2010) (41 U.S.C. 35-45) (Applies to supply contracts over
$15,000 in the United States, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands).

(iii) 52.222-35, Equal Opportunity for Veterans (SEP 2010) (38 U.S.C. 4212) (applies to contracts of $100,000 or
more).

(iv) 52.222-36, Affirmative Action for Workers with Disabilities (OCT 2010) (29 U.S.C. 793). (Applies to contracts
over $15,000, unless the work is to be performed outside the United States by employees recruited outside the
United States.) (For purposes of this clause, United States includes the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto
Rico, the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Wake Island.)

(v) 52.222-37, Employment Reports on Veterans (SEP 2010) (38 U.S.C. 4212) (applies to contracts of $100,000 or
more).

(vi) 52.222-41, Service Contract Act of 1965 (Nov 2007) (41 U.S.C. 351, et seq.) (Applies to service contracts over
$2,500 that are subject to the Service Contract Act and will be performed in the United States, District of Columbia,
Puerto Rico, the Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Johnston Island, Wake
Island, or the outer continental shelf lands.).

(vii) 52.223-5, Pollution Prevention and Right-to-Know Information (Aug 2003) (E.O. 13148) (Applies to services
performed on Federal facilities).

(viii) 52.223-15, Energy Efficiency in Energy-Consuming Products (DEC 2007) (42 U.S.C. 8259b) (Unless exempt
pursuant to 23.204, applies to contracts when energy-consuming products listed in the ENERGY STAR Program or
Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) will be--

(A) Delivered;

(B) Acquired by the Contractor for use in performing services at a Federally-controlled facility;

(C) Furnished by the Contractor for use by the Government; or

(D) Specified in the design of a building or work, or incorporated during its construction, renovation, or
maintenance.)

(ix) 52.225-1, Buy American Act--Supplies (FEB 2009) (41 U.S.C. 10a-10d) (Applies to contracts for supplies, and
to contracts for services involving the furnishing of supplies, for use in the United States or its outlying areas, if the
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value of the supply contract or supply portion of a service contract exceeds the micro-purchase threshold and the
acquisition--

(A) Is set aside for small business concerns; or

(B) Cannot be set aside for small business concerns (see 19.502-2), and does not exceed $25,000.)

(x) 52.232-33, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Central Contractor Registration (May 1999). (Applies when
the payment will be made by electronic funds transfer (EFT) and the payment office uses the Central Contractor
Registration (CCR) database as its source of EFT information.)

(xi) 52.232-34, Payment by Electronic Funds Transfer--Other than Central Contractor Registration (Oct 2003).
(Applies when the payment will be made by EFT and the payment office does not use the CCR database as its
source of EFT information.)

(xii) 52.247-64, Preference for Privately Owned U.S.-Flag Commercial Vessels (FEB 2006) (46 U.S.C. Appx 1241).
(Applies to supplies transported by ocean vessels (except for the types of subcontracts listed at 47.504(d).)

(2) Listed below are additional clauses that may apply:

(i) 52.209-6, Protecting the Government's Interest When Subcontracting with Contractors Debarred, Suspended, or
Proposed for Debarment (DEC 2010) (Applies to contracts over $30,000). (Not applicable to subcontracts for the
acquisition of commercially available off-the-shelf items).

(ii) 52.211-17, Delivery of Excess Quantities (SEPT 1989) (Applies to fixed-price supplies).

(iii) 52.226-6, Promoting Excess Food Donation to Nonprofit Organizations. (MAR 2009) (Pub. L. 110-247)
(Applies to contracts greater than $25,000 that provide for the provision, the service, or the sale of food in the
United States.)

(iv) 52.247-29, F.o.b. Origin (FEB 2006) (Applies to supplies if delivery is f.o.b. origin).

(v) 52.247-34, F.o.b. Destination (NOV 1991) (Applies to supplies if delivery is f.o.b. destination).

(c) FAR 52.252-2, Clauses Incorporated by Reference (FEB 1998). This contract incorporates one or more clauses
by reference, with the same force and effect as if they were given in full text. Upon request, the Contracting Officer
will make their full text available. Also, the full text of a clause may be accessed electronically at this/these
address(es):

http://farsite.hill.af.mil/
(Insert one or more Internet addresses)

(d) Inspection/Acceptance. The Contractor shall tender for acceptance only those items that conform to the
requirements of this contract. The Government reserves the right to inspect or test any supplies or services that have
been tendered for acceptance. The Government may require repair or replacement of nonconforming supplies or
reperformance of nonconforming services at no increase in contract price. The Government must exercise its
postacceptance rights--

(1) Within a reasonable period of time after the defect was discovered or should have been discovered; and

(2) Before any substantial change occurs in the condition of the item, unless the change is due to the defect in the
item.

(e) Excusable delays. The Contractor shall be liable for default unless nonperformance is caused by an occurrence
beyond the reasonable control of the Contractor and without its fault or negligence, such as acts of God or the public
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enemy, acts of the Government in either its sovereign or contractual capacity, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine
restrictions, strikes, unusually severe weather, and delays of common carriers. The Contractor shall notify the
Contracting Officer in writing as soon as it is reasonably possible after the commencement of any excusable delay,
setting forth the full particulars in connection therewith, shall remedy such occurrence with all reasonable dispatch,
and shall promptly give written notice to the Contracting Officer of the cessation of such occurrence.

(f) Termination for the Government's convenience. The Government reserves the right to terminate this contract, or
any part hereof, for its sole convenience. In the event of such termination, the Contractor shall immediately stop all
work hereunder and shall immediately cause any and all of its suppliers and subcontractors to cease work. Subject to
the terms of this contract, the Contractor shall be paid a percentage of the contract price reflecting the percentage of
the work performed prior to the notice of termination, plus reasonable charges that the Contractor can demonstrate
to the satisfaction of the Government, using its standard record keeping system, have resulted from the termination.
The Contractor shall not be required to comply with the cost accounting standards or contract cost principles for this
purpose. This paragraph does not give the Government any right to audit the Contractor's records. The Contractor
shall not be paid for any work performed or costs incurred that reasonably could have been avoided.

(g) Termination for cause. The Government may terminate this contract, or any part hereof, for cause in the event of
any default by the Contractor, or if the Contractor fails to comply with any contract terms and conditions, or fails to
provide the Government, upon request, with adequate assurances of future performance. In the event of termination
for cause, the Government shall not be liable to the Contractor for any amount for supplies or services not accepted,
and the Contractor shall be liable to the Government for any and all rights and remedies provided by law. If it is
determined that the Government improperly terminated this contract for default, such termination shall be deemed a
termination for convenience.

(h) Warranty. The Contractor warrants and implies that the items delivered hereunder are merchantable and fit for
use for the particular purpose described in this contract.

(End of clause)




52.225-9     BUY AMERICAN ACT—CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS (SEP 2010)

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

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 a
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
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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.

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.

United States means the 50 States, the District of Columbia, and outlying areas.

(b) Domestic preference.

(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)). The Contractor shall use only domestic
construction material in performing this contract, except as provided in paragraphs (b)(2) and (b)(3) of this clause.

(2) This requirement does not apply to information technology that is a commercial item or to the construction
materials or components listed by the Government as follows:
N/A
(3) The Contracting Officer may add other foreign construction material to the list in paragraph (b)(2) 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 requirements of the Buy American Act is unreasonable when the cost of such material
exceeds the cost of foreign material by more than 6 percent;

(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.
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(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)(3) 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)(3)(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 measure                   Quantity                Price (dollars) \1\
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Item 1
   Foreign construction material.... ....................... ....................... .......................
   Domestic construction material... ....................... ....................... .......................
Item 2
   Foreign construction material.... ....................... ....................... .......................
   Domestic construction material... ....................... ....................... .......................
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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).
List name, address, telephone number, and contact for suppliers surveyed. Attach copy of response; if oral, attach
summary.
Include other applicable supporting information.

(End of clause)




52.228-13    ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT PROTECTIONS (JULY 2000)

(a) The Contractor shall submit one of the following payment protections:

A payment bond
An irrevocable letter of credit (ILC)
A tripate escrow agreement


(b) The amount of the payment protection shall be 100 percent of the contract price.

(c) The submission of the payment protection is required within 10 days of contract award.

(d) The payment protection shall provide protection for the full contract performance period plus a one-year period.

(e) Except for escrow agreements and payment bonds, which provide their own protection procedures, the
Contracting Officer is authorized to access funds under the payment protection when it has been alleged in writing
by a supplier of labor or material that a nonpayment has occurred, and to withhold such funds pending resolution by
administrative or judicial proceedings or mutual agreement of the parties.

(f) When a tripartite escrow agreement is used, the Contractor shall utilize only suppliers of labor and material that
signed the escrow agreement.

(End of clause)



5152.209-4000




5152.209-4000              DOD LEVEL I ANTITERRORISM (AT) STANDARDS (FEB 2009)
(MICC CLAUSE)

(a) Pursuant to Department of Defense Instruction Number 2000.16, ―DoD Antiterrorism (AT)
Standards,‖ dated October 2, 2006, each contractor employee requiring access to a Federally-
controlled installation, facility and/or Federally-controlled information system(s) shall complete
Level I AT Awareness Training on an annual basis and receive a certificate of completion. The
training is accessible from any computer and is available at https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/. The
contractor is responsible for ensuring that all applicable employees have completed antiterrorism
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awareness training and shall certify that their workforce has completed the training through the
submission of completion certificate(s) to the Contracting Officer and the Contracting Officer’s
Representative (if appointed) within five working days after contract award or prior to access to
a Federally-controlled installation or information system.

(b) In the event that the automated system at https://atlevel1.dtic.mil/at/ is not available (e.g.,
server problems), Level I AT Awareness Training can be provided by a qualified instructor.
However, if the training is not completed online, the Level I AT Awareness Instructor
qualification must be coordinated with the Installation Antiterrorism Officer (or Installation
Security equivalent) and the resultant name(s) of approved instructors shall be provided the
contracting officer or designee along with all associated cost or schedule impacts to the contract.

(c) Antiterrorism performance (Level I AT Awareness Training attendance and compliance)
may be documented as a performance metric under the resultant contract, and be part of past
performance information in support of future source selections.

                                              (End of clause)
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Section 00800 - Special Contract Requirements



AMC PROTEST PROCEDURES

Clause text:

5152.233-4000            AMC-LEVEL PROTEST PROGRAM (NOV 2008) (LOCAL
CLAUSE)

If you have complaints about this procurement, it is preferable that you first attempt to resolve
those concerns with the responsible contracting officer. However, you can also protest to
Headquarters, AMC. The HQ, AMC-Level Protest Program is intended to encourage interested
parties to seek resolution of their concerns within AMC as an Alternative Dispute Resolution
forum, rather than filing a protest with the Government Accountability Office or other external
forum. Contract award or performance is suspended during the protest to the same extent, and
within the same time periods, as if filed at the GAO. The AMC protest decision goal is to
resolve protests within 20 working days from filing. To be timely, protests must be filed within
the periods specified in FAR 33.103. If you want to file a protest under the AMC-Level Protest
Program, the protest must request resolution under that program and be sent to the address
below. All other agency-level protests should be sent to the contracting officer for resolution.

HQ Army Material Command
Office of Command Counsel
9301 Chapek Rd, Room 2-1SE3401
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-5527
Facsimile number (703) 806-8866 or 8875

Packages sent by FedEx or UPS should be addressed to:
HQ Army Material Command
Office of Command Counsel
Room 2-1SE3401
1412 Jackson Loop
Ft. Belvoir, VA 22060-5527

The AMC-Level Protest procedures are found at:
http://www.amc.army.mil/pa/COMMANDCOUNSEL.asp.

If internet access is not available, contact the contracting officer or HQ, AMC to obtain the
AMC-Level Protest Procedures.

                                                (End of Clause)


WAWF INSTRUCTIONS
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                              WIDE AREA WORK FLOW (WAWF) PROGRAM


In March 2003, the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Supplement (DFARS) subpart 232.70 – Electronic
Submission and Processing of Payment Requests was issued. In accordance with this, we are excited about the
deployment of a new system, Wide Are Work Flow Receipt and Acceptance (WAWF-RA). This Electronic
Commerce (E-Commerce) system will benefit both you and the Army as we partner with each other in the
implementation of this new way of conducting business. It is also important to note that in addition to this, the
Department of Defense (DoD) Appropriations Act of 2001, Section 1008 - Electronic Submission and Processing of
Claims for Contract Payments, requires that any claim for payment under a DoD contract shall be submitted in
electronic form. The full text is found on the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) web site
http://www.dod.mil/dfas/legislative/ and in 10 U.S.C Chapter 131.

WAWF-RA is designed to automate commercial invoices and government receiving reports in a web-based,
paperless environment. WAWF-RA allows vendors to create and instantaneously submit invoices and receiving
reports directly to DFAS and/or government receivers from any location in the world. Once documents are
submitted, vendors are afforded full viewing capability and are able to monitor document status from submission to
acceptance and processing by the DFAS payment office. WAWF-RA utilizes e-mail to notify all parties involved in
the payment process of the current status of each document; thus eliminating U.S. mail lag-time.

Since documents will now be entered and stored in a database, there is no need for multiple copies. They cannot be
―lost‖ or ―misplaced‖, and are viewable by all necessary parties during the entire payment process via a secure web
site. Changes to rejected documents can be easily made and resubmitted on-line - - no more re-typing, resending, or
re-faxing. Discounts become available on the first day of the discount period instead of being lost due to paperwork
shuffling and postal delays. WAWF-RA should speed up the vendor payment process and get you your money
faster.

There are no costs involved to get you started. Registration and software are provided FREE OF CHARGE and
we will be available to assist you in every step of the way. To get started, your company will need a user ID and
password for accessing the WAWF-RA system. This can be obtained by visiting the WAWF-RA website at
https://wawf.eb.mil/ and following the instructions under Help with registration for access to WAWF-RA. Under
About WAWF – RA, you will also find links for Functional Information, Setting Up Your Machine, Accessing Web
Based Training, and Frequently Asked Questions. Additionally, we have attached a Wide Area work Flow –
Receipt and Acceptance (WAWF-RA) Vendor Instructions, Installation, and Registration Checklist. Should you
have questions about the WAWF-RA system or the website, please don’t hesitate to contact a Defense Information
Systems Agency (DISA) customer support representative toll-free at 1-866-618-5988 or e-mail them at
cscassig@ogden.disa.mil. (Please include ―WAWF‖ in the subject line of all e-mail requests.)



Attachment:
WAWF-RA Vendor Instructions, Installation, and Registration Checklist




              Wide Area Work Flow Receipt and Acceptance (WAWF-RA) Vendor Instructions
                                Installation and Registration Checklist

  Completion of all instructions contained in this checklist must be accomplished prior to activation of the firm
                                                and user accounts.
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1.       Check Central Contractor Registration System (CCR) to see if your company is registered.

               If you are registered in CCR, please go to Step 3 below.
    For help with registration in CCR, contact CCR Helpdesk,
     888-227-2423 or 269-961-4725, e-mail CCR@dlis.dla.mil, or see the CCR Handbook at
     http://www.ccr.gov/handbook.cfm.

2.       Register with Central Contractor Registry (CCR).

               All vendors desiring to bid on goods or services in support of Department of Defense (DoD) must be
                   registered in the CCR at http://www.ccr.gov/.
    Ensure that all mandatory fields are completed in your new CCR account (i.e., Telephone/FAX number, Data
     Universal Numbering System (DUNS) and/or Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes, North
     American Industry Code Systems (NAICS) codes, etc.).
    Note: All contractors are required to update their CCR registration annually. Failure to do so will result in
     suspension of the account, which will prevent or delay awarding DoD contracts and payments to your firm.

3.       Establish an Electronic Business Point of Contact (EB POC).

                 The next step is to ensure that you have identified an EB POC for your company. You are
                  required to establish both a primary and alternate EB POC for each CAGE/DUNS code assigned
                  to the firm.
                 To see if an EB POC is listed for your company, go to http://www.ccr.gov/ and click on "Search
                  CCR." Where prompted, enter the DUNS or CAGE or Company Name and click "Submit
                  Query." If you are presented with a list of DUNS numbers, you will need to pick the specific
                  location and click on the DUNS.
                 Scroll to the bottom of the Inquiry Results page. There you can see if anyone is listed as the EB
                  POC. If no one is listed, your company has not identified an EB POC yet. If you see that there is
                  no one listed as your company’s EB POC, you need click on ―Update or Renew Registrations
                  Using TPIN‖ to add it.
                 Each vendor organization may establish up to two EB POC’s (primary and alternate) for each
                  Cage/DUNS combination.
                 The EB POC will be responsible for authorizing access to employee(s) of the vendor’s
                  organization to view and/or modify data submitted on behalf of the vendor.
                 Update NAICS codes developed by the Census Bureau, which replaced the Standard Industrial
                  Classification (SIC) codes. Until NAICS codes are updated, update will not be complete. For
                  more info on NAICS codes, visit: http://www.census.gov/epcd/www/naics.html

4. Determine if your organization will designate a Group Administrator (GAM) (Proceed to paragraph 5 if
you are not going to designate a GAM).

    In medium to large sized companies, there may be a need to establish more than one GAM.
    A GAM determines who has access to the WAWF-RA vendor account.
    The initial GAM shall be the person designated as the EB POC. To appoint additional GAM’s, each vendor
     must submit an official appointment letter signed by the EB POC.
    The appointment letter should be faxed to the WAWF-RA Customer Support Center.
    The Group Administrator's Manual is available for reviewing to all WAWF-RA registered users.
    The GAM Manual can be found in the Software Users Manual link within the WAWF-RA application.

5.   Establish an organizational email address
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        All records created in WAWF-RA are stored in a virtual file folder and as status is updated or changes the
         system generates an email notification to applicable individuals identified in the firm’s organizational email
         account.
        The GAM or EB POC shall provide the organizational email to the WAWF-RA Customer Support Center.
        Ensure that your firm’s organizational email address is operational and can receive email from WAWF-RA
         prior to registering your email address with the WAWF-RA Customer Support Center.
        Note: If you do not set up an organizational email address, the personal email address of the first person
         who self-registers from your firm (CAGE/DUNS code), will be designated as the organizational email
         address for your firm.

6. Set up PCs to access WAWF-RA
     Set up the PCs of your organization's users to access WAWF-RA.
     Select the "Setting Up Your Machine" link on the WAWF-RA home page for more information:
        https://wawf.eb.mil/Instr.html.

7. Have all users self-register on the WAWF-RA web site
    Every user for your firm must self-register on the WAWF-RA web site by completing the online
       registration form.
    Select the "Self Register" link on the WAWF-RA home page and follow the instructions.
    Users may access WAWF-RA with either a User ID/Password combination or a PKI certificate. Users who
       want to use a PKI certificate must obtain it before self-registering.
    PKI Certificates may be obtained from one of the approved Interim External Certificate Authorities:
       Operational Research Consultants Inc. http://eca.orc.com, Digital Signature Trust Co.
       http://www.digsigtrust.com/home.html, or Verisign: http://www.verisign.com. The web sites provide the
       instructions needed to acquire a PKI Certificate.
    If further assistance is needed, contact the WAWF-RA Customer Service Center.
    Note: Registrations will not be activated until the WAWF-RA Customer Support Center receives an email
       from the EB POC/GAM as registered in the CCR data- base.

8. Follow-up (if necessary).

   If your (GAM or user) account hasn't been activated within 2 business days of self-registering contact the
    WAWF-RA Customer Service Center:

             COMMERCIAL 801-777-3282, Option 8
             DSN 777-3282 Option 1
             FAX Commercial: 801-605-7453 DSN: 388-7543
             Email: cscassig@ogden.disa.mil
             Note: Reference "WAWF" in email Subject line.




SPECIAL CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS
A.    CONTRACT CLAUSE AND SOLICITATION PROVISION NUMBERING

        This document is computer generated by the Procurement Desktop Defense (PD2).

      FAR contract clauses and solicitation provisions are recognized by a “0” in the 7th digit of the PD2
number. Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARS) contract clauses and solicitation
provisions are recognized by a “7” in the 7th digit of the PD2 number. Army Federal Acquisition Regulation
Supplement (AFARS) contract clauses and solicitation provisions are recognized by a “9” in the 7th digit of the
PD2 number. Clauses in the local matrix are recognized by a “4” in the 7th digit of the PD2 number. Roman
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numerals after a clause number reflects the applicable alternate clause for that clause number.

          Examples of the difference in the numbering are provided below:

          FAR                         52.227 -1               52.0227-0001
          DFARS                       252.243 -7000           252.0243-7000
          AFARS                       5152.237 -9030          5152.0237-9030
          LOCAL CLAUSES                                       5152.0000 -4000
          ALTERNATE Clauses                                   5152.0227 -0001 III


B.                  PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

      A pre-performance conference will be scheduled by the Contracting Officer after contract award and prior to
commencement of work. The Contracting Officer will notify the contractor of the time, date, and place set for the
meeting which will be held at a location to be designated by the Contracting Officer. At this meeting, the contractor
will be oriented with respect to Government procedures and lines of authority, as well as contractual, administrative,
and construction matters. The contractor is required to furnish a current Certificate of Insurance and a letter
appointing a construction superintendent at the meeting.


C.                                    DEFINITIONS

Where the words “Special Contract Clauses” or “Special Clauses” appear in tests provisions, the technical
specifications, or on contract drawings, shall be taken to mean “Special Contract Requirements”.

Throughout this contract, the word “indicated”, “shown”, or “specified” shall mean, indicated, shown, or
specified in the drawings and/or specified in the specifications.

Throughout this contract, the words “as directed” “inspected”, “selected”, or “accepted” shall mean as
directed, inspected, selected or accepted by the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR). The words,
“approved” or “authorized” shall mean approved or authorized by the Contracting Officer. These definitions
are provided as guidance for the contractor, and shall service as the governing interpretation when this language
appears within the body of this contract and apparently conflicts with the above.


D.                           HOLD HARMLESS

     a.     The Government, its Officers and Agents will be free from liability for any negligence occasioned by the
            Contractor’s operations, employees or equipment. In addition, the Contractor will reimburse the
            Government for any damage and/or loss that occurs as a result of the Contractor’s negligent operations,
            employees or equipment.

     b.     The contractor shall hold the Government harmless against any liability imposed by a Federal, State, or
            Local regulatory agency, resulting from the negligent acts or willful misconduct of the contractor to
            include assessment of a civil or administrative penalty or fine.


E.                                    CONTRACTOR ACCESS

    The contractor shall ensure criminal history background/security checks are conducted on all personnel who
must enter the Fort Dix military installation to perform the contract. At a minimum, the background check will
consist of a criminal history background check and Social Security Number Verification with fingerprints, going
back at least five years. This background/security check shall be performed by the New Jersey State Police or by a
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private investigative agency that is specifically licensed and bonded for this purpose by the New Jersey State Police
in the state of New Jersey. Furthermore, all applicants shall be U.S. citizens or be legally eligible to work within the
United States. Persons who work in New Jersey but live in another state, require background checks from both
states. Results of the check will be mailed directly from the investigative agency to the Ft Dix Police Department.
DoD Police will not accept checks from the contractor. These checks will be conducted at the contractor’s expense.
An Access List, containing names and social security numbers shall be submitted to the Fort Dix Public Safety
Directorate/Department of Defense Police by the Fort Dix contracting representative no later than seven days prior
to the start of contract performance. This is a prerequisite to receiving an identification badge or pass for access to
the installation. As names are added or deleted, this information must be reported immediately to the Department of
Defense Police. Pen and Ink deletions may be made to the Access List, but additions require the generation of a new
list. Background checks must also be updated every three years. In addition to the background check, additional
agency checks may be performed at the discretion of the Department of Defense Police or other security personnel.
The contractor agrees to cooperate and ensure that contractor personnel provide any documentation required to
complete these checks. This may included but it not limited to, a Standard Form 85 or an SF-85-P for an NCIC
check. Personnel may be required to complete and sign this form. Any person lacking proper identification
credentials or deemed a security threat may be denied access to Fort Dix. Such action in no way relieves the
contractor from performance of the contract.




REQUIRED INSURANCE

a. The contractor shall, at his own expense, provide and maintain during the entire performance of this
contract at least the kinds and minimum amounts of insurance required in the schedule or elsewhere in the contract.


TYPE                                                                 AMOUNT

1.   Workmen’s Compensation

     The required Workmen’s Compensation                             $100,000 Each
     Insurance shall extend to cover                                   Accident
     Employee’s liability for accidental                             $500,000 Disease
     Bodily injury or death and for                                     Policy Limit
     Occupational disease with a minimum                             $100,000 Disease
     Liability of:                                                    Each Employee

2.   Comprehensive General

     Liability with minimum limits of:

     Per accident or occurrence
     For bodily injury                                                $500,000.00

     This insurance shall include Contractor’s protective liability and contractual liability.


3.   Comprehensive Automobile Liability

    Insurance with minimum limits of:
    (Automobile Liability only applicable to company owned vehicles and/or vehicles used in the direct
performance of services/construction within this contract.)

     Per Person                                                       $200,000.00
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    Per Occurrence for Bodily Injury                                 $500,000.00
    Per Occurrence for Property Damage                               $ 20,000.00
    or
    Combined Single Limit                                            $500,000.00

b. Within ten (10) calendar days after contract award, the Contractor shall certify to the Contracting
Officer, in writing, that the required insurance has been obtained. The policies evidencing required insurance shall
contain an endorsement to the effect that any cancellation or any material change adversely affecting the
Government’s interest shall not be effective (1) for such period as the laws of the state in which this contract is to be
performed, or (2) until 30 days after insurer or the Contractor gives written notice to the Contracting Officer,
whichever period is longer.

c. The Contractor shall insert the substance of this clause, including this paragraph c, in subcontractors under this
contract that require work on a Government Installation or U.S. Army Reserve Center and shall require
subcontractors to provide and maintain the insurance required in the Schedule or elsewhere in the contract. (The
Contractor shall maintain a copy of all subcontractors’ proofs of required insurance and shall make copies available
to the Contracting Officer upon request.)




SCOPE CLIN0001 RPR DRAINAGE
20110126

SCOPE OF WORK FOR: Install drainage system

LOCATION: INDIANA USARC, 443 NORTH FOURTH ST INDIANA, PA 15701

FEWR#: PA050

POCS: Mr. Kawski, Scott RFOS@ 609-744-1123 cell
      Mr. Seger, Jack AFOS@ 724-288-4608 cell
       Mr. Baker, Randy AFOS @ 814-241-3029 cell

SCOPE OF WORK:

The period performance for this project shall be ninety (90) days from the notice to proceed date

The contractor will provide all plant, labor, equipment materials, supervision, and transportation to install drainage
system on side of OMS building and repair current drainage system behind training center, and grub rain catch
basin.

                                        OMS Building drains
The Contractor will at no time leave the fenced in area unsecured once the fence is removed. Temporary fencing
may be used.

The contractor will remove and dispose of offsite the concrete slab on the NE side of the building in front of the man
door. (see TE #1)
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The contractor will temporarily remove fence so that the trench can be extended under the fence line. The contractor
will saw cut and remove necessary asphalt to connect the new drainage system to the existing system located in front
of the OMS building.


The Contractor will saw cut the asphalt in front of the OMS building so that all new drains can be tied in. (see TE
#2)

The Contractor will dig a continuous trench from the back SE corner of the OMS building along the back side and
then back around to the front NE corner. The trench will then extend and connect to the existing drain system in the
front of the OMS building. The trench will be no less than 24‖ in depth and 12‖ wide.

The Contractor will install a layer of filter fabric at the bottom of the trench. Then the contractor will fill the trench
with approximately 3‖ of base rock with no trailings to allow sediment to drop to the bottom and not enter any drain
piping. The Contractor will then install perforated 6‖ piping, the perforations will be slotted not circle to reduce the
amount of soil fines that get into the pipe. The drainage pipe will be installed on a slight grade with the ending point
at a lower elevation then the starting point. The piping will be installed with all perforations down.

The Contractor will then tie into the new drain system the existing downspouts off the OMS building.

The Contractor will then dig a trench from the hillside on NE side of building down to where the new drainage
system is so that a residential rain water drainage pipe can be tied into our new system so the residential pipe no
longer floods the side of the building. (see TE #3)

The Contractor will then backfill the trench with no less than 12‖ of washed gravel. Then install another layer of
filter fabric. Fill remainder with top soil and plant grass seed.

The Contractor will then make all necessary connections to tie new drain pipe into the existing drainage in front of
the OMS bldg. and repair/replace all the concrete and asphalt as needed to connect new drain to the existing drain.
And return site to original condition prior to the earthwork beginning. The contractor will then reattach the fence
that was rolled back to allow the trench to go under it.

The Contractor will then pour a new concrete slab where the existing one was on the NE side. The Slab will be no
less than 4‖ on a 4‖ bed of gravel and will be positioned directly in front of man door. The slab will be 4’ x 4’

All debris removed shall be the contractor responsibility to dispose of offsite IAW all Federal, state and local laws.



                                   New hillside drainage/washout
                                     GABION BASKETS
The Contractor will at no time leave the fenced in area unsecured once the fence is removed. Temporary
fencing may be used.

The Contractor will remove as needed existing fence line so that they can access hillside

The Contractor shall excavate hillside in NE corner so that gabion baskets can be implanted into the ground to stop
the hillside from washing out. The gabion baskets will be welded mesh with a uniform square pattern with a
resistance weld at each intersection. The welded wire connections shall conform with the requirements of ASTM A
185, including wire smaller than W 1.2 (0.124 in); except that the welded connections shall have a minimum shear
strength of 70% and a minimum shear shear strength of 60% of the ultimate tensile strength of the wire. Wire
fabrication and assembly shall be hot-dipped galvanized. The wire shall have a minimum tensile strength of 60,000
psi. Spiral binders are the fasteners that will be used.
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The Contractor shall excavate the area so the once the gabion baskets they are at the same height as the adjacent
virgin soil.

The Contractor shall then place in the excavated area geo-textile fabric. Then place the empty gabion baskets in
place so that they conform to the terrain and proper alignment of gabion baskets can be verified prior to the filling.
Once the COR/RFOS has verified location and placement of the gabion baskets the Contractor can then begin to fill
the baskets.

The Contractor shall carefully fill the empty Gabion baskets with rock either by machine or by hand methods,
maintaining alignment, avoiding bulges, and providing a compact mass that minimizes voids. Rock sizing shall be in
accordance with table 1-1.
Machine placement will require supplementing with hand work to ensure the desired results are achieved. The cells
in any row shall be filled in stages so that the depth of the rock placed in any one cell does not exceed the depth of
the rock in any adjoining cell by more than twelve (12) inches. Along the exposed faces, the outer layer of stone
shall be carefully placed and arranged by hand to ensure a neat, compact placement with uniform appearance. The
last layer of rock shall be uniformly overfilled 1-2 inches to allow for rock settlement. Lids shall be stretched tight
over the rock fill using only approved lid closing tools. The use of crowbars or other single point leverage bars for
lid closing is prohibited. The lid shall be stretched until it meets the perimeter edges of the front and end panels. The
Gabion lid shall then be secured to the sides, ends, and diaphragms with spiral binders wrapped with alternating
single and double half-hitches on the mesh openings. Any damage to the wire or coatings during assembly,
placement and filling shall be repaired promptly in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations or be replaced
with undamaged gabion baskets at no additional cost to the government.

TABLE 1-1

 Gabion Basket,      Predominant          Minimum Rock           Max. Rock
 Height              Rock Size            Dimension Inches       Dimension
                     Inches                                      Inches
 18 or 36 inch         4 to 8                    4                    9
 basket
 12 inch Basket        4 to 6                    3                    8




The Contractor shall then trench from bottom of hillside dig a continuous trench from the far corner of the newly
installed gabion baskets to the front of OMS building. The trench will extend and connect to the existing drain
system in the front of the OMS building (see TE #2. The trench will be no less than 24‖ in depth and 12‖ wide.

The Contractor will install a layer of filter fabric at the bottom of the trench. Then the contractor will fill the trench
with approximately 3‖ of base rock with no trailings to allow sediment to drop to the bottom and not enter any drain
piping. The Contractor will then install perforated 6‖ piping, the perforations will be slotted not circle to reduce the
amount of soil fines that get into the pipe. The drainage pipe will be installed on a slight grade with the ending point
at a lower elevation then the starting point. The piping will be installed with all perforations down.

All debris removed shall be the contractor responsibility to dispose of offsite IAW all Federal, state and local laws.




    Grubbing of existing concrete water way and catch basin
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The Contractor shall remove all undesired vegetation including, but not limited to trees, shrubs, weeds, garbage and
debris within ten (10) feet on either side of the water way and catch basin (see TE #4)

The Contractor shall clean water way removing all foreign debris not associated with the water way.

The Contractor shall remove catch basin grate cover and clean inside the catch basin removing all foreign debris not
associated with the catch basin which may cause damage by clogging the underground piping in the future.

The Contractor shall replace the existing grate with New. The new grate will fit the existing opening of the catch
basin.

All debris removed shall be the contractor responsibility to dispose of offsite IAW all Federal, state and local laws.
                                                    WORKING HOURS

     Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor will be permitted to do the work between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday exclusively. Federal holidays (New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King JR’s
Birthday, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans’ Day,
Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day), that fall within the workweek will not be considered workdays. Whenever
a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the proceeding Friday or following Monday respectively will be observed
as a holiday. Prior to the contractor performing the work on days or at times other than those specified, the
contractor shall submit a written request to the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) for approval by the
Contracting Officer. Requests for deviation shall be submitted no less than 24 hours prior to the time the contractor
desires to work.

1.   INSPECTION OF WORK

      Technical surveillance of workmanship and inspection of materials for work being performed under this
contract shall be the responsibility of the Quality Assurance Representative. This provision in no way authorizes
anyone other than the Contracting Officer to commit the Government to changes in the terms of the contract. In the
event it is determined necessary to designate a QAR for this contract, such designation shall be by a separate letter to
the individual selected with a copy furnished to the contractor.

     The government reserves the right to undertake performance by Government forces or other Contractors, the
same type of similar work as contracted for herein, as the Government deems necessary or desirable, and to do so
will not breach or otherwise violate this contract.

2.   PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

     The Contracting Officer will schedule a pre-performance conference after contract award and prior to
commencement of work. The Contracting Officer will notify the contractor of the time, date, and place set for the
meeting, which will be held at a location to be designated by the Contracting Officer. At this meeting, the contractor
will be oriented with respect to Government procedures and lines of authority, as well as contractual, administrative,
and construction matters. The contractor is required to furnish a current Certificate of Insurance and a letter
appointing a construction superintendent at the meeting.


3.   SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION

     a.   In performing work under this contract, the contractor shall –

          (1)   Conform to the specific safety requirements established by this contract;

          (2)   Comply with the safety rules of the Government installation that concern related activities not
                directly addressed in this contract. The Installation Safety Officer will be responsible for
                monitoring the contractor in the area of safety and accident prevention;
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       (3)     Take all reasonable steps and precautions to prevent accidents and preserve the life and health of
               contractor and Government personnel performing or in any way coming on contact with the
               performance of this contract;

       (4)     Take such additional immediate precautions as the Contracting Officer may reasonably require for
               safety and accident prevention purposes; and

       (5)     Shall comply with all OSHA Rules, Regulations and US Army Corps of Engineers Safety and
               Health Requirements Manual, http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/usace-docs/eng-manuals/em385-1-
               1/toc.htm


4.   FIRE AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

      (1) The Contractor shall comply with the most current edition of the National Fire Codes, installation fire
          prevention standards and Army Regulation 420-90, http://www.usapa.army.mil.

      (2)    All open flame/hot work or disconnection of fire protection alarms or suppression
             systems require prior approval of the 99th Regional Readiness Command (RRC)
             Safety Office (412-604-8180). Any disconnection, connection or installation of fire
             protection alarms or suppression systems shall require an acceptance test performed
             by the contractor and witnessed by the Fire Prevention Bureau. All fire alarm system
             components, including all smoke and heat detectors, shall be protected from dirt, dust
             and damage during demolition and construction.
      (3)    The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, state, local and installation safety
             regulations, Engineer Manual, EM 385-1-1 (http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/usace-
             docs/eng-manuals/em385-1-1/toc.htm) and all applicable OSHA Standards. Contact
             the 99th RRC Safety Office (412-604-8180).
      (4)    Prior to any underground excavation, the contractor shall call and obtain approval
             from the state in which the work is being performed. A copy of the approval
             notification must be available for inspection at the excavation site. The contractor
             shall, prior to underground excavation, call and obtain local identification of
             underground utilities and approval for excavation from the 99th RRC Engineers
             Office. A copy of this approval must be available for inspection at the excavation
             site.
      (5)    The Contractor shall ensure compliance with all federal, state and local environmental
             regulations. The type and quantity of all hazardous materials brought to the work site
             shall be reported to the 99th RRC Engineers Office. The Contractor shall provide
             material safety data sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous materials used on the job site.
             The Contractor shall not turn in hazardous waste generated during performance of the
             contract, for disposal by the government, unless such disposal is explicitly provided
             for in the contract. If specified in the contract, the Contractor shall provide an MSDS
             for each hazardous material/waste turned in to the government for disposal. The
             contractor shall not dispose hazardous materials/waste in any dumpster, sanitary
             sewer, storm sewer or dispose of hazardous materials/waste by any other means on
             government property without authorization from the government. The contractor
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             shall not sign any hazardous waste manifest. Signature authority for hazardous waste
             manifests is delegated only to certain personnel within the Environmental Office.
             The contractor shall provide copies of all manifests or bills of lading for the
             transportation and disposal of all asbestos or asbestos containing materials to the
             Environmental Office. The contractor shall immediately report all spills or release of
             hazardous materials, including all motor vehicle fuels, motor oil, anti-freeze and
             hydraulic fluid to the 99th RRC Engineers Office.

5.   WORK PERFORMANCE

     All work performed under this contract shall conform to the best practices of the trade or class of work
involved and shall be executed in a careful and orderly manner by workmen skilled in their respective trades. All
work shall be performed in strict accordance with the drawings and/or specifications or to current industry standards
when not specified.

6.   OCCUPANCY

      The areas in which the work is to be done may be occupied during the performance of work under this contract.
Other maintenance and repair construction may also be concurrently being performed in the building. The
Contractor shall not receive any additional compensation due to the conditions brought about by this occupancy and
usage by the Government. It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to coordinate with the Quality Assurance
Representative (QAR), and to schedule and perform his work in such a manner as to create the least possible
interference with the conduct of normal activities within the areas. The Contractor shall not block more than one
access of the building at any time, nor shall he disrupt the existing parking arrangement at any of the building
parking areas without prior coordination with the QAR.



7.   SUBMITTALS

      The following shall be submitted by the Contractor to the Contracting Officer for approval, prior to the
installation of any materials referenced by the technical sections herein, unless otherwise noted.

      a. CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE: The Contractor shall furnish in triplicate any manufacturer’s
certificates required for demonstrating proof of compliance of materials with technical specification requirements in
this contract. Each certificate shall be signed by an authorized officer of the manufacturing company and shall
contain the name and address of the Contractor, the project name, location, and quantity and dates of shipment or
delivery to which the certificates apply. Copies of laboratory test reports submitted with certificate shall contain the
name and address of the testing laboratory and the date of the tests to which the report applies. Certification shall
not be construed as relieving the Contractor from furnishing satisfactory material, if after tests are performed on
selected samples, the material is found not to meet the specific requirements.

     b. SAMPLES: The Contractor shall furnish samples of materials for approval, as required by the applicable
sections of the technical specifications.

     c. DESCRIPTIVE DATA: The Contractor shall furnish the manufacturer’s descriptive data, installation
instructions, and maintenance instructions, for approval, as required by the applicable sections of the technical
specifications.

    d. TEST REPORTS: The Contractor shall furnish copies of test reports for approval to demonstrate
compliance with the applicable sections of the technical specifications.
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     e. SHOP DRAWINGS: The Contractor shall furnish shop drawings for approval, that consist of illustrations,
schedules, performance charts, instructions, brochures, diagrams, drawings and other information to illustrate and/or
demonstrate compliance to the applicable sections of the technical specifications.

8.   SANITARY CONVENIENCES

     The Contractor’s personnel shall be permitted to use a toilet room at the building, subject to the regulations and
control of the QAR. The responsible contractor shall ensure that the toilet premises are maintained in a clean and
sanitary condition on a daily basis.

9.   CLEANING

     The Contractor shall at the end of each working day remove from the site all debris resulting from the
performance of work. The debris will not be dumped on Government property unless a non-government owned
dumpster is used. If the Contractor uses a dumpster, it shall be emptied before becoming full as to prevent debris
from spilling onto the surrounding area. The area around the dumpster shall be kept free of debris. The daily
cleaning work will not alleviate the Contractor from the responsibility of the final cleaning for acceptance, upon
completion of all work. Federal, State and Local laws and regulations regarding hauling and disposal shall apply.

10. DAMAGE

     The Contractor shall be responsible to repair and/or replace any damage caused by the Contractor at the site of
construction, at no additional cost to the Government, and at the discretion of the Contracting Officer.

11. SPEED LIMITS

     The Contractor’s personnel, when operating motor vehicles, shall not exceed ten (10) miles per hours when
passing military troops on the roadways, and abide by post speed limits otherwise.

12. CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL

     The Contractor shall provide and maintain an effective quality control program that complies with the Contract
Clause entitled ―Inspection of Construction‖ (FAR 52.246-12), the below stated quality control requirements and the
quality control requirements stated in the respective section of the specifications.

     a. The Contractor shall establish a quality control system to perform sufficient inspection
     and testing of all items of work, including that of his subcontractors. The quality control
     system shall ensure conformance with applicable specifications and drawings with respect to
     materials, workmanship, construction, finish, functional performance, and identification.
     The quality control system will be established for all construction except where the technical
     provisions of the contract provide for specific Government control by inspections, tests, or
     other means. The Contractor’s quality control system will specifically include the
     surveillance and tests required in the technical provisions of the contract specifications. For
     purposes of the above description, shop manufacture or standard products is not defined as
     construction. Quality control personnel shall also be charged with the responsibility of
     policing Contractor’s Safety Program. This duty shall be clearly set forth in the quality
     control program.

    The Contractor’s quality control system is the means by which he assures himself that
his construction complies with the requirements of the contract plans and specifications.
The controls shall be adequate to cover all construction operations, including both on-site
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and off-site fabrication and shall be keyed to the proposed construction sequence and shall
include as a minimum at least three phases of inspection for all definable items or segments
of work as follows:

            (1) Preparatory Inspection: To be performed prior to beginning any work on any definable segment of
work. To include a review of contract requirements; a check to assure that all materials and/or equipment have been
tested, submitted, and approved; a check to assure that provisions have been made to provide required control
testing; examination of the work area to ascertain that all preliminary work has been completed; a physical
examination of materials and equipment to assure that they conform to approved shop drawings or submittal data
and that all materials and/or equipment are on hand. The Contracting Officer shall be notified at least 48 hours in
advance of the preparatory inspection and such inspection shall be made a matter of record in the Contractor’s
quality control documentation as required by subparagraph c.

         (2) Initial Inspection: To be performed as soon as a representative segment of the particular item of work
has been accomplished and to include examination of the quality of dimensional requirements.

          (3) Follow-up Inspection: To be performed daily or as frequently as necessary to assure continuing
compliance with contract requirements, including control testing, until completion of the particular segment of work.

    b. The Contractor shall maintain current records of all inspections and tests performed on an
    appropriate approved format to be determined in the pre-construction conference and to be
    approved by the Contracting Officer. These records shall provide factual evidence that the
    required inspection or tests have been performed, including type and number of inspections
    or tests involved; results of inspections or tests; nature of defects, causes for rejection, etc;
    proposed remedial action; and corrective actions taken. The Contractor shall not build up or
    conceal any feature of the work containing uncorrected defects, and payment on deficient
    items will be withheld until they are satisfactorily corrected or other action has been taken as
    authorized pursuant to the Contract Clause entitled ―Inspection of Construction‖. These
    records must cover both conforming and defective items and must include a statement that all
    supplies and materials incorporated in the work are in full compliance with the terms of the
    contract. Legible copies of these records must be furnished through the Quality Assurance
    Representative, to the Contracting Officer daily. The Prime Contractor’s designated
    representative shall verify these records on a daily basis.


    c. The Contractor’s job supervisory staff may be used for quality control, supplemented, as
    necessary, by special technicians or testing facilities to perform all specified tests, balancing,
    adjusting and/or regulating mechanical and electrical devices, equipment and/or systems. As
    an option, an industry recognized testing laboratory approved by the Contracting Officer may
    be used for said testing.

    d. The Contractor shall furnish to the Contracting Officer for approval as soon as
    practicable, and in no event later than seven (7) days after receipt of the Notice to Proceed,
    an original and four (4) copies of a quality control plan which shall include the personnel,
    procedures, instructions, and records to be used. This document will include as a minimum:

          (1) The quality control organization.
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          (2) Qualifications of personnel to be used for this purpose.

          (3) Authority and specific areas of responsibilities of each of the quality control personnel.

          (4) Methods of performing quality control inspections including that for his subcontractors’ work. This
              requires a statement concerning quality control measures to be used in work described in each
              technical section of the specifications.

          (5) A copy of a letter of direction to the Contractor’s Representative responsible for quality control,
              outlining his duties and responsibilities, and signed by a responsible officer of the firm.

          (a) Before construction operations are commenced, the Contractor shall meet with the
              Contracting Officer, and discuss his quality control plan. The meeting shall develop
              mutual understanding relative to details of the system, including the forms to be
              used for recording the quality control operations, inspections, administration of the
              system, and the interrelationship of Contractor and Government Inspection.
          (b) No construction and/or off-site fabrication shall be started until Contractor’s quality control plan is
              approved. Construction of any feature of the work will only be permitted after approval of the
              quality control plan, or at least approval of that portion of the plan applicable to the specific feature of
              the work. As a rule, except for the start of the construction period, quality control of test techniques
              should be approved by the Contracting Officer prior to their application. The Contractor shall notify
              the Contracting Officer in writing of any proposed changes to this inspection system. No such
              change shall be implemented prior to approval in writing by the Contracting Officer.

          (c) The contractor is responsible for maintaining an effective quality control system. Recurring
              deficiencies indicate that the system is not adequate and that the contractor’s performance is failing to
              meet the government’s minimum acceptable standards. If, in the opinion of the Contracting Officer,
              an unacceptable number of deficiencies are occurring in the contractor’s performance, he may direct
              the contractor to submit, for approval and incorporation under the contract, revisions in the quality
              control plan necessary to correct the defective performance. Failure by the contractor to provide
              acceptable revisions and/or to improve contract performance may result in the termination of the
              contract for default.


13. DEFINITIONS

      a. Where the words ―Special Contract Clauses‖ or ―Special Clauses‖ appear in test provisions, the technical
specifications, or on contract drawings, it shall be taken to mean ―Special Contract Requirements‖.

      b. Throughout this contract, the word ―indicated‖, ―shown‖, or ―specified‖ shall mean, indicated, shown, or
specified in the drawings and/or specified in the specifications.

      c. Throughout this contract, the words ―as directed‖ ―inspected‖, ―selected‖, or ―accepted‖ shall mean as
directed, inspected, selected or accepted by the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR). The words, ―approved‖
or ―authorized‖ shall mean approved or authorized by the Contracting Officer. These definitions are provided as
guidance for the contractor, and shall service as the governing interpretation when this language appears within the
body of this contract and apparently conflicts with the above.




14.   APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS
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    Those applicable publications that are not listed in the Applicable Publication paragraph of the Technical
Specifications sections, but are found elsewhere in the text of those specifications, also form a part of this contract.



15.   CONDUCT OF EMPLOYEES

     The contractor is fully responsible for the performance and conduct of his employees at all times while on post
performing under the contract. The Contractor shall not allow any employee to perform work under the contract
while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other incapacitating agent. Military police and other law
enforcement personnel on post have the right to deny entry to post or remove from post any contractor employee for
misconduct, which endangers the health or safety of people or property or for reasons of security. In addition, the
Post Commander may bar an individual from entering the post under the authority of 18 U.S.C. 1382. Removal
from post of a contractor employee in accordance with above shall not relieve the Contractor from the requirement
to meet all of the terms and conditions of the contract.

16.   SMOKING POLICY

      Contractor employees will abide by the DOD Smoking Policy.

17. HOLD HARMLESS

     a. The Government, its Officers and Agents will be free from liability for any negligence occasioned by the
Contractor’s operations, employees or equipment. In addition, the Contractor will reimburse the Government for
any damage and/or loss that occurs as a result of the Contractor’s negligent operations, employees or equipment

      b. The contractor shall hold the Government harmless against any liability
imposed by a Federal, State, or Local regulatory agency, resulting from the negligent acts or willful misconduct of
the contractor to include assessment of a civil or administrative penalty or fine.

18.   APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

      Number                 Date                   Title                      Advisory
      AR20-1                 15 Dec 1989            Inspector General             X
                                                    Activities and
                                                    Procedures

The regulation may be found at the following website:
http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/20_Series_Collection_1.html

19.   SECURITY

      At all times during the performance of work within this facility, the Contractor and his or her employees shall
remain cognizant of the security restrictions existing within the facility. The Contractor’s employees shall ensure
that any doors, windows or access panels which may have been opened for them during the course of the work
period are secured at the end of the day. The Contractor and his or her employees may store tools and equipment
within the work area. However, recognize that they do so at their own risk even if the area can be secured.
Circumstances that appear unusual, unhealthy, or otherwise hazardous shall be reported to the QAR immediately.
Other circumstances that should be reported to the QAR shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

     a. Lack of an Escort: The Contractor shall report any incident in which no escort is provided for scheduled
work within secured areas of the building or any occurrence during which an escort leaves the Contractor’s
employees while within a secure area.

20.   INSPECTOR GENERAL’S (IG) AUTHORITY TO INSPECT CONTRACTORS
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      The Inspector General shall have access to the Contractor’s facilities, employees, operations, and records at the
site where work is being performed at all times to conduct inspections or for other purposes. Where feasible,
advance notification of an IG inspection or investigation will be provided to the Contractor by the Contracting
Officer.

21.    STORAGE SHED AND ON-SITE ACCOMMODATIONS.

     The Contractor shall provide his own storage shed or trailer for on-site office accommodations and for storing
of equipment and material. The QAR will assign the contractor a location for placement of his shed or trailer upon
request.

22.   UTILITIES

      a. The Contractor shall be permitted to use existing utilities at each building location when available, to the
extent needed to accomplish work on a ―no charge‖ basis.

        b. Contractor owned construction sheds, trailers, offices or other such facilities requiring utility services shall
be metered for each utility involved, and all costs involved up to the point of connection to Government owned
utility systems shall be at the contractor’s expense. Final connection of Contractor supplied service laterals to
existing Government owned utility systems will be made at the Contractor’s expense.

      c. The Contractor shall be responsible for moving all appliances/furniture within the work area to permit the
execution of the work under this contract. Upon completion of the work, contractor shall return all furnishings to
their original location, and re-connect all appliances. In addition, cover and protect with clean drop cloths, all
furniture and furnishings; as well as floors and adjacent surfaces not scheduled to be painted.

23.   VEHICLE REGISTRATION.

       The Contractor shall be required to register all motor vehicles and trucks with the QAR.




SCOPE CLIN0002 RPR WINDOWS
                                        SCOPE OF WORK
                                  99th Regional Support Command
                              Directorate of Public Works – Region 9
                                    Robert W. Hadfield, II, FMA
                                            (609) 410-7317

Project Name:                 Repair Windows
Project Number:               WV0430929P
Project Location:            Wheeling, WV (Sumner-Jones)                                Date:    18 Dec 2009


1.0. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
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1.1. The Contractor shall furnish all plant, labor, materials, equipment, transportation, supervision, and
perform all the work necessary to remove existing windows and install new windows at the BG J. Sumner
Jones USAR Center, 25 Armory Drive, Wheeling, WV 26003-6301.

1.2. The Contractor is obligated to verify all measurements and specification requirements at his on-site
visit before starting the project. No extra compensation shall be allowed for the contractor who does not
attend the on-site visit and who does not appreciate the difficulty of the contract specifications. Any
discrepancies or changes must be verified and confirmed in writing with the Contracting Officer.

1.3. The Contracting Officer and/or his Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) may inspect the work at
any time during the contract period, and reserves the right to stop or terminate the contract if all work
does not comply with the specifications provided. The presence or absence of the Contracting Officer or
QAR shall not relieve the Contractor from strict compliance with these plans and specifications.

1.4. Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall perform the work between the hours of 0730 and
1600 (7:30 AM – 4:00 PM), Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays. NO EXCEPTIONS, Work
on military training holidays only with prior coordination with center Coordinator

1.5. The Contractor shall be responsible for any damages caused by him or the subcontractors during the
performance of this contract, and shall be required to reimburse the United States Government for the
cost of any repairs resulting from those damages, or the Contractor/Subcontractor shall make the
necessary repairs to the satisfaction of the United States Government.

1.6. The Contractor shall be required to leave the job site in a safe and secure condition at the end of
each workday.

1.7. The Contractor shall be required to clean the job site of all construction debris at the end of each
working day. The daily clean up will not alleviate the Contractor from the responsibility of the final clean
up for acceptance, upon completion of this contract. All debris removed from the job site shall be
disposed of properly at an off post/facility landfill of the Contractor’s own choice and at the Contractor’s
expense. Upon request by the by the Contracting Officer or QAR, the Contractor shall provide the name,
address, and location of the disposal site, and copies of any manifest from such disposals.

1.8. The Contractor shall comply with the most current editions of the National Fire Protection Codes,
facility fire prevention standards, US Army Regulation 429-90, safety regulations, US Army Corps of
Engineers Manual EM 385-1-1, and all applicable OSHA standards.

1.9. All open flames / hot work, or disconnections of fire alarms and/or security alarms requires the
approval of the facility fire prevention bureau or the facility security manager.

1.10. The Contractor shall ensure compliance with all applicable Federal, State, and Local Municipal
environmental regulations concerning the protection of land and water resources. The types and
quantities of all hazardous materials brought to the job site shall be reported to the facility environmental
officer.

1.11. Prior to any excavation, the Contractor shall call the facility utilities section or “MISS UTILITY” to
identify all underground utilities.

1.12. Unless otherwise specified, all materials and/or equipment used in the performance of this contract
shall be new and unused, and shall be in the original manufacturer’s carton. All materials stored on the
job site must be protected from the elements.

1.13. The government at no cost to the Contractor will provide electrical power and water required in the
performance of this contract. Temporary extension of power and/or water lines, if necessary, shall be
installed at the Contractor’s expense.
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1.14. Prior to commencing any work, the Contractor shall submit a schedule of operations to the QAR.
The construction schedule shall be subject to change in order that the Contractor’s operations do not
conflict or otherwise disrupt normal operations of the government in the facility involved.

1.15. The Contractor shall notify the QAR a minimum of 72 hours prior to commencing work and prior to
completing work on this contract.

1.16. All work shall be performed by workmen skilled in their particular trades, and certified as required by
local laws and/or codes.

1.17. All work shall be completed in the negotiated time frame.

1.18. Compliance with the provisions of this contract by subcontractors, shall be the sole responsibility of
the Contractor.

1.19. All submittals for equipment and/or materials are required to be turned in and approved by the QAR
prior to ordering any of those materials.

52.100-4022                          WORKING HOURS

      Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor will be permitted to do the work only during the hours of
8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Federal holidays (New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King JR’s Birthday, Presidents’
Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans’ Day, Thanksgiving Day,
and Christmas Day), that fall within the workweek will not be considered workdays. Whenever a holiday
falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the proceeding Friday or following Monday respectively will be observed
as a holiday. Prior to the contractor performing the work on days or at times other than those specified,
the contractor shall submit a written request to the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) for approval
by the Contracting Officer. Requests for deviation shall be submitted no less than 24 hours prior to the
time the contractor desires to work.

1.   INSPECTION OF WORK

      Technical surveillance of workmanship and inspection of materials for work being performed under
this contract shall be the responsibility of the Quality Assurance Representative. This provision in no way
authorizes anyone other than the Contracting Officer to commit the Government to changes in the terms
of the contract. In the event it is determined necessary to designate a QAR for this contract, such
designation shall be by a separate letter to the individual selected with a copy furnished to the contractor.

     The government reserves the right to undertake performance by Government forces or other
Contractors, the same type of similar work as contracted for herein, as the Government deems necessary
or desirable, and to do so will not breach or otherwise violate this contract.

2.   PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

      The Contracting Officer will schedule a pre-performance conference after contract award and prior to
commencement of work. The Contracting Officer will notify the contractor of the time, date, and place set
for the meeting, which will be held at a location to be designated by the Contracting Officer. At this
meeting, the contractor will be oriented with respect to Government procedures and lines of authority, as
well as contractual, administrative, and construction matters. The contractor is required to furnish a
current Certificate of Insurance and a letter appointing a construction superintendent at the
meeting.

3.   SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION
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     b.    In performing work under this contract, the contractor shall –

           (6)   Conform to the specific safety requirements established by this contract;

           (7)   Comply with the safety rules of the Government installation that concern related activities
                 not directly addressed in this contract. The Installation Safety Officer will be responsible
                 for monitoring the contractor in the area of safety and accident prevention;

           (8)   Take all reasonable steps and precautions to prevent accidents and preserve the life and
                 health of contractor and Government personnel performing or in any way coming on
                 contact with the performance of this contract;

           (9)   Take such additional immediate precautions as the Contracting Officer may reasonably
                 require for safety and accident prevention purposes; and

           (10) Shall comply with all OSHA Rules, Regulations and US Army Corps of Engineers Safety
                and Health Requirements Manual, http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/usace-docs/eng-
                manuals/em385-1-1/toc.htm

4.   FIRE AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

          (6) The Contractor shall comply with the most current edition of the National Fire Codes,
              installation fire prevention standards and Army Regulation 420-90,
              http://www.usapa.army.mil.

          (7) All open flame/hot work or disconnection of fire protection alarms or suppression systems
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              require prior approval of the 99 Regional Readiness Command (RRC) Safety Office (412-
              604-8180). Any disconnection, connection or installation of fire protection alarms or
              suppression systems shall require an acceptance test performed by the contractor and
              witnessed by the Fire Prevention Bureau. All fire alarm system components, including all
              smoke and heat detectors, shall be protected from dirt, dust and damage during demolition
              and construction.
          (8) The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, state, local and installation safety regulations,
              Engineer Manual, EM 385-1-1 (http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/usace-docs/eng-
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              manuals/em385-1-1/toc.htm) and all applicable OSHA Standards. Contact the 99 RRC
              Safety Office (412-604-8180).
          (9) Prior to any underground excavation, the contractor shall call and obtain approval from the
              state in which the work is being performed. A copy of the approval notification must be
              available for inspection at the excavation site. The contractor shall, prior to underground
              excavation, call and obtain local identification of underground utilities and approval for
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              excavation from the 99 RRC Engineers Office. A copy of this approval must be available for
              inspection at the excavation site.
          (10) The Contractor shall ensure compliance with all federal, state and local environmental
               regulations. The type and quantity of all hazardous materials brought to the work site shall
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               be reported to the 99 RRC Engineers Office. The Contractor shall provide material safety
               data sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous materials used on the job site. The Contractor shall
               not turn in hazardous waste generated during performance of the contract, for disposal by the
               government, unless such disposal is explicitly provided for in the contract. If specified in the
               contract, the Contractor shall provide an MSDS for each hazardous material/waste turned in
               to the government for disposal. The contractor shall not dispose hazardous materials/waste
               in any dumpster, sanitary sewer, storm sewer or dispose of hazardous materials/waste by
               any other means on government property without authorization from the government. The
               contractor shall not sign any hazardous waste manifest. Signature authority for hazardous
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            waste manifests is delegated only to certain personnel within the Environmental Office. The
            contractor shall provide copies of all manifests or bills of lading for the transportation and
            disposal of all asbestos or asbestos containing materials to the Environmental Office. The
            contractor shall immediately report all spills or release of hazardous materials, including all
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            motor vehicle fuels, motor oil, anti-freeze and hydraulic fluid to the 99 RRC Engineers
            Office.

5.   WORK PERFORMANCE

      All work performed under this contract shall conform to the best practices of the trade or class of
work involved and shall be executed in a careful and orderly manner by workmen skilled in their
respective trades. All work shall be performed in strict accordance with the drawings and/or specifications
or to current industry standards when not specified.

6.   OCCUPANCY

      The areas in which the work is to be done may be occupied during the performance of work under
this contract. Other maintenance and repair construction may also be concurrently being performed in
the building. The Contractor shall not receive any additional compensation due to the conditions brought
about by this occupancy and usage by the Government. It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to
coordinate with the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR), and to schedule and perform his work in
such a manner as to create the least possible interference with the conduct of normal activities within the
areas. The Contractor shall not block more than one access of the building at any time, nor shall he
disrupt the existing parking arrangement at any of the building parking areas without prior coordination
with the QAR.

7.   SUBMITTALS

      The following shall be submitted by the Contractor to the Contracting Officer for approval, prior to
the installation of any materials referenced by the technical sections herein, unless otherwise noted.

      a. CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE: The Contractor shall furnish in triplicate any
manufacturer’s certificates required for demonstrating proof of compliance of materials with technical
specification requirements in this contract. Each certificate shall be signed by an authorized officer of the
manufacturing company and shall contain the name and address of the Contractor, the project name,
location, and quantity and dates of shipment or delivery to which the certificates apply. Copies of
laboratory test reports submitted with the certificate shall contain the name and address of the testing
laboratory and the date of the tests to which the report applies. Certification shall not be construed as
relieving the Contractor from furnishing satisfactory material, if after tests are performed on selected
samples, the material is found not to meet the specific requirements.

     b. SAMPLES: The Contractor shall furnish samples of materials for approval, as required by the
applicable sections of the technical specifications.

     c. DESCRIPTIVE DATA: The Contractor shall furnish the manufacturer’s descriptive data,
installation instructions, and maintenance instructions, for approval, as required by the applicable sections
of the technical specifications.

   d. TEST REPORTS: The Contractor shall furnish copies of test reports for approval to
demonstrate compliance with the applicable sections of the technical specifications.

       e. SHOP DRAWINGS: The Contractor shall furnish shop drawings for approval, that consist of
illustrations, schedules, performance charts, instructions, brochures, diagrams, drawings and other
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information to illustrate and/or demonstrate compliance to the applicable sections of the technical
specifications.

8.   SANITARY CONVENIENCES

     The Contractor’s personnel shall be permitted to use a toilet room at the building, subject to the
regulations and control of the QAR. The responsible contractor shall ensure that the toilet premises are
maintained in a clean and sanitary condition on a daily basis.

9.   CLEANING

      The Contractor shall at the end of each working day remove from the site all debris resulting from the
performance of work. The debris will not be dumped on Government property unless a non-government
owned dumpster is used. If the Contractor uses a dumpster, it shall be emptied before becoming full as
to prevent debris from spilling onto the surrounding area. The area around the dumpster shall be kept
free of debris. The daily cleaning work will not alleviate the Contractor from the responsibility of the final
cleaning for acceptance, upon completion of all work. The Contractor shall coordinate the dumpster
location with the QAR. Federal, State and Local laws and regulations regarding hauling and disposal
shall apply.

10. DAMAGE

     The Contractor shall be responsible to repair and/or replace any damage caused by the Contractor
at the site of construction, at no additional cost to the Government, and at the discretion of the
Contracting Officer.

11. SPEED LIMITS

    The Contractor’s personnel, when operating motor vehicles, shall not exceed ten (10) miles per hour
when passing military troops on the roadways, and abide by post speed limits otherwise.

12. CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL

     The Contractor shall provide and maintain an effective quality control program that complies with the
Contract Clause entitled “Inspection of Construction” (FAR 52.246-12), the below stated quality control
requirements and the quality control requirements stated in the respective section of the specifications.

a. The Contractor shall establish a quality control system to perform sufficient inspection and testing of all
items of work, including that of his subcontractors. The quality control system shall ensure conformance
with applicable specifications and drawings with respect to materials, workmanship, construction, finish,
functional performance, and identification. The quality control system will be established for all
construction except where the technical provisions of the contract provide for specific Government control
by inspections, tests, or other means. The Contractor’s quality control system will specifically include the
surveillance and tests required in the technical provisions of the contract specifications. For purposes of
the above description, shop manufacture or standard products are not defined as construction. Quality
control personnel shall also be charged with the responsibility of policing Contractor’s Safety Program.

   The Contractor’s quality control system is the means by which he assures himself that his
construction complies with the requirements of the contract plans and specifications. The
controls shall be adequate to cover all construction operations, including both on-site and off-site
fabrication.


     b. The Contractor shall not build up or conceal any feature of the work containing
     uncorrected defects, and payment on deficient items will be withheld until they are
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      satisfactorily corrected or other action has been taken as authorized pursuant to the
      Contract Clause entitled “Inspection of Construction”.
      c. The Contractor’s job supervisory staff may be used for quality control,
      supplemented, as necessary, by special technicians or testing facilities to perform all
      specified tests, balancing, adjusting and/or regulating mechanical and electrical
      devices, equipment and/or systems. As an option, an industry recognized testing
      laboratory approved by the Contracting Officer may be used for said testing.
      d. The contractor is responsible for maintaining an effective quality control system. Recurring
      deficiencies indicate that the system is not adequate and that the contractor’s performance is failing
      to meet the government’s minimum acceptable standards. If, in the opinion of the Contracting Officer,
      an unacceptable number of deficiencies are occurring in the contractor’s performance, the
      Contracting Officer may direct the contractor to revise its operations to correct the defective
      performance. Failure by the contractor to provide acceptable revisions and/or to improve contract
      performance may result in the termination of the contract for default.

      e. In the event the Contractor utilizes the service of a commercial testing laboratory, the Contracting
      Officer reserves the right to check laboratory equipment for compliance with the standards set forth in
      the contract specifications and to check the laboratory technician’s testing procedures and
      techniques.

13. DEFINITIONS

     a. Where the words “Special Contract Clauses” or “Special Clauses” appear in test provisions, the
technical specifications, or on contract drawings, it shall be taken to mean “Special Contract
Requirements”.

    b. Throughout this contract, the word “indicated”, “shown”, or “specified” shall mean indicated,
shown, or specified in the drawings and/or specified in the specifications.

      c. Throughout this contract, the words “as directed” “inspected”, “selected”, or “accepted” shall mean
as directed, inspected, selected or accepted by the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR). The
words, “approved” or “authorized” shall mean approved or authorized by the Contracting Officer. These
definitions are provided as guidance for the contractor, and shall service as the governing interpretation
when this language appears within the body of this contract and apparently conflicts with the above.

14.    APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS

     Those applicable publications that are not listed in the Applicable Publication paragraph of the
Technical Specifications sections, but are found elsewhere in the text of those specifications, also form a
part of this contract.

15.    CONDUCT OF EMPLOYEES

      The contractor is fully responsible for the performance and conduct of his employees at all times
while on post performing under the contract. The Contractor shall not allow any employee to perform
work under the contract while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other incapacitating agent.
Military police and other law enforcement personnel on post have the right to deny entry to post or
remove from post any contractor employee for misconduct, which endangers the health or safety of
people or property or for reasons of security. In addition, the Post Commander may bar an individual
from entering the post under the authority of 18 U.S.C. 1382. Removal from post of a contractor
employee in accordance with above shall not relieve the Contractor from the requirement to meet all of
the terms and conditions of the contract.
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16.   SMOKING POLICY

      Contractor employees will abide by the DOD Smoking Policy.

17.   HOLD HARMLESS

      a. The Government, its Officers and Agents will be free from liability for any negligence occasioned
by the Contractor’s operations, employees or equipment. In addition, the Contractor will reimburse the
Government for any damage and/or loss that occurs as a result of the Contractor’s negligent operations,
employees or equipment

     b. The contractor shall hold the Government harmless against any liability
imposed by a Federal, State, or Local regulatory agency, resulting from the negligent acts or willful
misconduct of the contractor to include assessment of a civil or administrative penalty or fine.

18.   APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

      Number                 Date                  Title                      Advisory
      AR20-1                 15 Dec 1989           Inspector General              X
                                                   Activities and
                                                   Procedures

The regulation may be found at the following website:
http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/20_Series_Collection_1.html

19.   SECURITY

      At all times during the performance of work within this facility, the Contractor and his or her
employees shall remain cognizant of the security restrictions existing within the facility. The Contractor’s
employees shall ensure that any doors, windows or access panels which may have been opened for
them during the course of the work period are secured at the end of the day. The Contractor and his or
her employees may store tools and equipment within the work area. However, recognize that they do so
at their own risk even if the area can be secured. Circumstances that appear unusual, unhealthy, or
otherwise hazardous shall be reported to the QAR immediately. Other circumstances that should be
reported to the QAR shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

     a. Lack of an Escort: The Contractor shall report any incident in which no escort is provided for
scheduled work within secured areas of the building or any occurrence during which an escort leaves the
Contractor’s employees while within a secure area.

20.   INSPECTOR GENERAL’S (IG) AUTHORITY TO INSPECT CONTRACTORS

     The Inspector General shall have access to the Contractor’s facilities, employees, operations, and
records at the site where work is being performed at all times to conduct inspections or for other
purposes. Where feasible, advance notification of an IG inspection or investigation will be provided to the
Contractor by the Contracting Officer.

21.    STORAGE SHED AND ON-SITE ACCOMMODATIONS.

      The Contractor shall provide his own storage shed or trailer for on-site office accommodations and
for storing of equipment and material. The QAR will assign the contractor a location for placement of his
shed or trailer upon request.

22.   UTILITIES
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      a. The Contractor shall be permitted to use existing utilities at each building location when available,
to the extent needed to accomplish work on a “no charge” basis.

      b. Contractor owned construction sheds, trailers, offices or other such facilities requiring utility
services shall be metered for each utility involved, and all costs involved up to the point of connection to
Government owned utility systems shall be at the contractor’s expense. Final connection of Contractor
supplied service laterals to existing Government owned utility systems will be made at the Contractor’s
expense.

       c. The Contractor shall be responsible for moving all appliances/furniture within the work area to
permit the execution of the work under this contract. Upon completion of the work, contractor shall return
all furnishings to their original location, and re-connect all appliances. In addition, cover and protect with
clean drop cloths, all furniture and furnishings; as well as floors and adjacent surfaces not scheduled to
be painted.

23.   VEHICLE REGISTRATION.

      The Contractor shall be required to register all motor vehicles and trucks with the QAR.

Scope of Work

Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, materials, supervision and transportation to repair windows
at the BG J. Sumner Jones USAR Center in Wheeling, WV.

Contractor shall remove existing aluminum frame windows and wood window sills.

Contractor shall remove existing window air conditioners and receive disposition instructions from the
Regional Facility Operations Specialist (RFOS).

Contractor shall furnish and install new replacement windows. Windows in the administrative offices and
latrines shall be double hung and have a minimum of two panes of glass to provide energy efficiency.
Windows in the assembly hall shall be fixed, double pane glass or plexiglass. Four windows shall be
designed to accommodate existing exhaust fans.

Contractor shall install new window sills consisting of a durable material such as marble or high strength
vinyl or plastic.

Contractor shall provide the RFOS with samples or technical specifications of proposed installed windows
and sills and shall receive approval for all materials to be used in the installation prior to ordering and
installation.

Contractor shall provide and install insulation surrounding the perimeter of the windows.

Contractor shall caulk and seal all penetrations following installation of the windows.

Contractor shall supply and install vertical hanging window treatments following installation of the
windows and sills. RFOS shall approve all materials used prior to installation.

Contractor shall remove all waste material from site and dispose in accordance with existing
environmental regulations and laws.
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SCOPE CLIN0003 RPR HEAT TRC
20110125

SCOPE OF WORK FOR: Replace existing heat trace system
LOCATION: JOHNSTOWN USARC #1, 295 Goucher St, Johnstown, PA 15905

FEWR#: PA053

POCS: Mr. Zangari, Salvatore J. RFOS@ 610-662-1653 cell
      Mr. Wiley, George AFOS@ 814-244-1779 cell
       Mr. Baker, Randy AFOS @ 814-241-3029

SCOPE OF WORK:

The period performance for this project shall be ninety (90) days from the notice to proceed date

1. The contractor will provide all plant, labor, equipment materials, supervision, and transportation to Replace
Existing Heat Trace system.

2. Contractor shall be responsible to remove existing cables and defective controller.

3. Contractor shall furnish and install new Chromalox SRF 5-2RG snow melt cable (see TE#1 and TE#2) at rear
downspouts and front entrance area

4. Contractor shall furnish and install new GIT-3A controller (see TE#3) at front entrance.

5. Contractor shall increase rear power circuit to thirty (30) amps. Replace wiring and circuit breakers as needed

6. Contractor shall furnish power Terminations and end seals (see TE#2) as required.

7. Contractor shall install new system as per manufactures specifications.

8. Contractor shall Clean work area. Remove and dispose off site all demolition materials and all job related trash.

9.Contractor shall furnish and supply the COR/his or her representative with two (2) copies of the new system’s O
& M manuals


                                                    WORKING HOURS

     Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor will be permitted to do the work between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to
4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday exclusively. Federal holidays (New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King JR’s
Birthday, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans’ Day,
Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day), that fall within the workweek will not be considered workdays. Whenever
a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday, the proceeding Friday or following Monday respectively will be observed
as a holiday. Prior to the contractor performing the work on days or at times other than those specified, the
contractor shall submit a written request to the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR) for approval by the
Contracting Officer. Requests for deviation shall be submitted no less than 24 hours prior to the time the contractor
desires to work.

1.   INSPECTION OF WORK

     Technical surveillance of workmanship and inspection of materials for work being performed under this
contract shall be the responsibility of the Quality Assurance Representative. This provision in no way authorizes
anyone other than the Contracting Officer to commit the Government to changes in the terms of the contract. In the
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event it is determined necessary to designate a QAR for this contract, such designation shall be by a separate letter to
the individual selected with a copy furnished to the contractor.

     The government reserves the right to undertake performance by Government forces or other Contractors, the
same type of similar work as contracted for herein, as the Government deems necessary or desirable, and to do so
will not breach or otherwise violate this contract.

2.   PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

     The Contracting Officer will schedule a pre-performance conference after contract award and prior to
commencement of work. The Contracting Officer will notify the contractor of the time, date, and place set for the
meeting, which will be held at a location to be designated by the Contracting Officer. At this meeting, the contractor
will be oriented with respect to Government procedures and lines of authority, as well as contractual, administrative,
and construction matters. The contractor is required to furnish a current Certificate of Insurance and a letter
appointing a construction superintendent at the meeting.


3.   SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION

     c.    In performing work under this contract, the contractor shall –

           (11) Conform to the specific safety requirements established by this contract;

           (12) Comply with the safety rules of the Government installation that concern related activities not
                directly addressed in this contract. The Installation Safety Officer will be responsible for
                monitoring the contractor in the area of safety and accident prevention;

           (13) Take all reasonable steps and precautions to prevent accidents and preserve the life and health of
                contractor and Government personnel performing or in any way coming on contact with the
                performance of this contract;

           (14) Take such additional immediate precautions as the Contracting Officer may reasonably require for
                safety and accident prevention purposes; and

           (15) Shall comply with all OSHA Rules, Regulations and US Army Corps of Engineers Safety and
                Health Requirements Manual, http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/usace-docs/eng-manuals/em385-1-
                1/toc.htm


5.    FIRE AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

          (11) The Contractor shall comply with the most current edition of the National Fire Codes, installation fire
               prevention standards and Army Regulation 420-90, http://www.usapa.army.mil.

          (12) Allopen flame/hot work or disconnection of fire protection alarms or suppression
              systems require prior approval of the 99th Regional Readiness Command (RRC)
              Safety Office (412-604-8180). Any disconnection, connection or installation of fire
              protection alarms or suppression systems shall require an acceptance test performed
              by the contractor and witnessed by the Fire Prevention Bureau. All fire alarm system
              components, including all smoke and heat detectors, shall be protected from dirt, dust
              and damage during demolition and construction.
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         (13) The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, state, local and installation safety
             regulations, Engineer Manual, EM 385-1-1 (http://www.usace.army.mil/inet/usace-
             docs/eng-manuals/em385-1-1/toc.htm) and all applicable OSHA Standards. Contact
             the 99th RRC Safety Office (412-604-8180).
         (14) Priorto any underground excavation, the contractor shall call and obtain approval
             from the state in which the work is being performed. A copy of the approval
             notification must be available for inspection at the excavation site. The contractor
             shall, prior to underground excavation, call and obtain local identification of
             underground utilities and approval for excavation from the 99th RRC Engineers
             Office. A copy of this approval must be available for inspection at the excavation
             site.
         (15) The Contractor  shall ensure compliance with all federal, state and local environmental
             regulations. The type and quantity of all hazardous materials brought to the work site
             shall be reported to the 99th RRC Engineers Office. The Contractor shall provide
             material safety data sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous materials used on the job site.
             The Contractor shall not turn in hazardous waste generated during performance of the
             contract, for disposal by the government, unless such disposal is explicitly provided
             for in the contract. If specified in the contract, the Contractor shall provide an MSDS
             for each hazardous material/waste turned in to the government for disposal. The
             contractor shall not dispose hazardous materials/waste in any dumpster, sanitary
             sewer, storm sewer or dispose of hazardous materials/waste by any other means on
             government property without authorization from the government. The contractor
             shall not sign any hazardous waste manifest. Signature authority for hazardous waste
             manifests is delegated only to certain personnel within the Environmental Office.
             The contractor shall provide copies of all manifests or bills of lading for the
             transportation and disposal of all asbestos or asbestos containing materials to the
             Environmental Office. The contractor shall immediately report all spills or release of
             hazardous materials, including all motor vehicle fuels, motor oil, anti-freeze and
             hydraulic fluid to the 99th RRC Engineers Office.

5.   WORK PERFORMANCE

     All work performed under this contract shall conform to the best practices of the trade or class of work
involved and shall be executed in a careful and orderly manner by workmen skilled in their respective trades. All
work shall be performed in strict accordance with the drawings and/or specifications or to current industry standards
when not specified.

6.   OCCUPANCY

      The areas in which the work is to be done may be occupied during the performance of work under this contract.
Other maintenance and repair construction may also be concurrently being performed in the building. The
Contractor shall not receive any additional compensation due to the conditions brought about by this occupancy and
usage by the Government. It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to coordinate with the Quality Assurance
Representative (QAR), and to schedule and perform his work in such a manner as to create the least possible
interference with the conduct of normal activities within the areas. The Contractor shall not block more than one
access of the building at any time, nor shall he disrupt the existing parking arrangement at any of the building
parking areas without prior coordination with the QAR.
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7.   SUBMITTALS

      The following shall be submitted by the Contractor to the Contracting Officer for approval, prior to the
installation of any materials referenced by the technical sections herein, unless otherwise noted.

      a. CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE: The Contractor shall furnish in triplicate any manufacturer’s
certificates required for demonstrating proof of compliance of materials with technical specification requirements in
this contract. Each certificate shall be signed by an authorized officer of the manufacturing company and shall
contain the name and address of the Contractor, the project name, location, and quantity and dates of shipment or
delivery to which the certificates apply. Copies of laboratory test reports submitted with certificate shall contain the
name and address of the testing laboratory and the date of the tests to which the report applies. Certification shall
not be construed as relieving the Contractor from furnishing satisfactory material, if after tests are performed on
selected samples, the material is found not to meet the specific requirements.

     b. SAMPLES: The Contractor shall furnish samples of materials for approval, as required by the applicable
sections of the technical specifications.

     c. DESCRIPTIVE DATA: The Contractor shall furnish the manufacturer’s descriptive data, installation
instructions, and maintenance instructions, for approval, as required by the applicable sections of the technical
specifications.

    d. TEST REPORTS: The Contractor shall furnish copies of test reports for approval to demonstrate
compliance with the applicable sections of the technical specifications.

     e. SHOP DRAWINGS: The Contractor shall furnish shop drawings for approval, that consist of illustrations,
schedules, performance charts, instructions, brochures, diagrams, drawings and other information to illustrate and/or
demonstrate compliance to the applicable sections of the technical specifications.

8.   SANITARY CONVENIENCES

     The Contractor’s personnel shall be permitted to use a toilet room at the building, subject to the regulations and
control of the QAR. The responsible contractor shall ensure that the toilet premises are maintained in a clean and
sanitary condition on a daily basis.

9.   CLEANING

     The Contractor shall at the end of each working day remove from the site all debris resulting from the
performance of work. The debris will not be dumped on Government property unless a non-government owned
dumpster is used. If the Contractor uses a dumpster, it shall be emptied before becoming full as to prevent debris
from spilling onto the surrounding area. The area around the dumpster shall be kept free of debris. The daily
cleaning work will not alleviate the Contractor from the responsibility of the final cleaning for acceptance, upon
completion of all work. Federal, State and Local laws and regulations regarding hauling and disposal shall apply.

10. DAMAGE

     The Contractor shall be responsible to repair and/or replace any damage caused by the Contractor at the site of
construction, at no additional cost to the Government, and at the discretion of the Contracting Officer.

11. SPEED LIMITS

     The Contractor’s personnel, when operating motor vehicles, shall not exceed ten (10) miles per hours when
passing military troops on the roadways, and abide by post speed limits otherwise.
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12. CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL

     The Contractor shall provide and maintain an effective quality control program that complies with the Contract
Clause entitled ―Inspection of Construction‖ (FAR 52.246-12), the below stated quality control requirements and the
quality control requirements stated in the respective section of the specifications.

    a. The Contractor shall establish a quality control system to perform sufficient inspection
    and testing of all items of work, including that of his subcontractors. The quality control
    system shall ensure conformance with applicable specifications and drawings with respect to
    materials, workmanship, construction, finish, functional performance, and identification.
    The quality control system will be established for all construction except where the technical
    provisions of the contract provide for specific Government control by inspections, tests, or
    other means. The Contractor’s quality control system will specifically include the
    surveillance and tests required in the technical provisions of the contract specifications. For
    purposes of the above description, shop manufacture or standard products is not defined as
    construction. Quality control personnel shall also be charged with the responsibility of
    policing Contractor’s Safety Program. This duty shall be clearly set forth in the quality
    control program.

    The Contractor’s quality control system is the means by which he assures himself that
his construction complies with the requirements of the contract plans and specifications.
The controls shall be adequate to cover all construction operations, including both on-site
and off-site fabrication and shall be keyed to the proposed construction sequence and shall
include as a minimum at least three phases of inspection for all definable items or segments
of work as follows:

            (1) Preparatory Inspection: To be performed prior to beginning any work on any definable segment of
work. To include a review of contract requirements; a check to assure that all materials and/or equipment have been
tested, submitted, and approved; a check to assure that provisions have been made to provide required control
testing; examination of the work area to ascertain that all preliminary work has been completed; a physical
examination of materials and equipment to assure that they conform to approved shop drawings or submittal data
and that all materials and/or equipment are on hand. The Contracting Officer shall be notified at least 48 hours in
advance of the preparatory inspection and such inspection shall be made a matter of record in the Contractor’s
quality control documentation as required by subparagraph c.

         (2) Initial Inspection: To be performed as soon as a representative segment of the particular item of work
has been accomplished and to include examination of the quality of dimensional requirements.

          (3) Follow-up Inspection: To be performed daily or as frequently as necessary to assure continuing
compliance with contract requirements, including control testing, until completion of the particular segment of work.

    b. The Contractor shall maintain current records of all inspections and tests performed on an
    appropriate approved format to be determined in the pre-construction conference and to be
    approved by the Contracting Officer. These records shall provide factual evidence that the
    required inspection or tests have been performed, including type and number of inspections
    or tests involved; results of inspections or tests; nature of defects, causes for rejection, etc;
    proposed remedial action; and corrective actions taken. The Contractor shall not build up or
    conceal any feature of the work containing uncorrected defects, and payment on deficient
    items will be withheld until they are satisfactorily corrected or other action has been taken as
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authorized pursuant to the Contract Clause entitled ―Inspection of Construction‖. These
records must cover both conforming and defective items and must include a statement that all
supplies and materials incorporated in the work are in full compliance with the terms of the
contract. Legible copies of these records must be furnished through the Quality Assurance
Representative, to the Contracting Officer daily. The Prime Contractor’s designated
representative shall verify these records on a daily basis.


c. The Contractor’s job supervisory staff may be used for quality control, supplemented, as
necessary, by special technicians or testing facilities to perform all specified tests, balancing,
adjusting and/or regulating mechanical and electrical devices, equipment and/or systems. As
an option, an industry recognized testing laboratory approved by the Contracting Officer may
be used for said testing.

d. The Contractor shall furnish to the Contracting Officer for approval as soon as
practicable, and in no event later than seven (7) days after receipt of the Notice to Proceed,
an original and four (4) copies of a quality control plan which shall include the personnel,
procedures, instructions, and records to be used. This document will include as a minimum:

     (6) The quality control organization.

     (7) Qualifications of personnel to be used for this purpose.

     (8) Authority and specific areas of responsibilities of each of the quality control personnel.

     (9) Methods of performing quality control inspections including that for his subcontractors’ work. This
         requires a statement concerning quality control measures to be used in work described in each
         technical section of the specifications.

     (10) A copy of a letter of direction to the Contractor’s Representative responsible for quality control,
          outlining his duties and responsibilities, and signed by a responsible officer of the firm.

     (d) Before construction operations are commenced, the Contractor shall meet with the
         Contracting Officer, and discuss his quality control plan. The meeting shall develop
         mutual understanding relative to details of the system, including the forms to be
         used for recording the quality control operations, inspections, administration of the
         system, and the interrelationship of Contractor and Government Inspection.
     (e) No construction and/or off-site fabrication shall be started until Contractor’s quality control plan is
         approved. Construction of any feature of the work will only be permitted after approval of the
         quality control plan, or at least approval of that portion of the plan applicable to the specific feature of
         the work. As a rule, except for the start of the construction period, quality control of test techniques
         should be approved by the Contracting Officer prior to their application. The Contractor shall notify
         the Contracting Officer in writing of any proposed changes to this inspection system. No such
         change shall be implemented prior to approval in writing by the Contracting Officer.

     (f) The contractor is responsible for maintaining an effective quality control system. Recurring
         deficiencies indicate that the system is not adequate and that the contractor’s performance is failing to
         meet the government’s minimum acceptable standards. If, in the opinion of the Contracting Officer,
         an unacceptable number of deficiencies are occurring in the contractor’s performance, he may direct
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               the contractor to submit, for approval and incorporation under the contract, revisions in the quality
               control plan necessary to correct the defective performance. Failure by the contractor to provide
               acceptable revisions and/or to improve contract performance may result in the termination of the
               contract for default.


13. DEFINITIONS

      a. Where the words ―Special Contract Clauses‖ or ―Special Clauses‖ appear in test provisions, the technical
specifications, or on contract drawings, it shall be taken to mean ―Special Contract Requirements‖.

      b. Throughout this contract, the word ―indicated‖, ―shown‖, or ―specified‖ shall mean, indicated, shown, or
specified in the drawings and/or specified in the specifications.

      c. Throughout this contract, the words ―as directed‖ ―inspected‖, ―selected‖, or ―accepted‖ shall mean as
directed, inspected, selected or accepted by the Quality Assurance Representative (QAR). The words, ―approved‖
or ―authorized‖ shall mean approved or authorized by the Contracting Officer. These definitions are provided as
guidance for the contractor, and shall service as the governing interpretation when this language appears within the
body of this contract and apparently conflicts with the above.




14.   APPLICABLE PUBLICATIONS

    Those applicable publications that are not listed in the Applicable Publication paragraph of the Technical
Specifications sections, but are found elsewhere in the text of those specifications, also form a part of this contract.



15.   CONDUCT OF EMPLOYEES

     The contractor is fully responsible for the performance and conduct of his employees at all times while on post
performing under the contract. The Contractor shall not allow any employee to perform work under the contract
while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or any other incapacitating agent. Military police and other law
enforcement personnel on post have the right to deny entry to post or remove from post any contractor employee for
misconduct, which endangers the health or safety of people or property or for reasons of security. In addition, the
Post Commander may bar an individual from entering the post under the authority of 18 U.S.C. 1382. Removal
from post of a contractor employee in accordance with above shall not relieve the Contractor from the requirement
to meet all of the terms and conditions of the contract.

16.   SMOKING POLICY

      Contractor employees will abide by the DOD Smoking Policy.

17. HOLD HARMLESS

     a. The Government, its Officers and Agents will be free from liability for any negligence occasioned by the
Contractor’s operations, employees or equipment. In addition, the Contractor will reimburse the Government for
any damage and/or loss that occurs as a result of the Contractor’s negligent operations, employees or equipment

      b. The contractor shall hold the Government harmless against any liability
imposed by a Federal, State, or Local regulatory agency, resulting from the negligent acts or willful misconduct of
the contractor to include assessment of a civil or administrative penalty or fine.
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18.   APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

      Number                  Date                  Title                       Advisory
      AR20-1                  15 Dec 1989           Inspector General              X
                                                    Activities and
                                                    Procedures

The regulation may be found at the following website:
http://www.army.mil/usapa/epubs/20_Series_Collection_1.html

19.   SECURITY

      At all times during the performance of work within this facility, the Contractor and his or her employees shall
remain cognizant of the security restrictions existing within the facility. The Contractor’s employees shall ensure
that any doors, windows or access panels which may have been opened for them during the course of the work
period are secured at the end of the day. The Contractor and his or her employees may store tools and equipment
within the work area. However, recognize that they do so at their own risk even if the area can be secured.
Circumstances that appear unusual, unhealthy, or otherwise hazardous shall be reported to the QAR immediately.
Other circumstances that should be reported to the QAR shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

     a. Lack of an Escort: The Contractor shall report any incident in which no escort is provided for scheduled
work within secured areas of the building or any occurrence during which an escort leaves the Contractor’s
employees while within a secure area.

20.   INSPECTOR GENERAL’S (IG) AUTHORITY TO INSPECT CONTRACTORS

      The Inspector General shall have access to the Contractor’s facilities, employees, operations, and records at the
site where work is being performed at all times to conduct inspections or for other purposes. Where feasible,
advance notification of an IG inspection or investigation will be provided to the Contractor by the Contracting
Officer.

22.    STORAGE SHED AND ON-SITE ACCOMMODATIONS.

     The Contractor shall provide his own storage shed or trailer for on-site office accommodations and for storing
of equipment and material. The QAR will assign the contractor a location for placement of his shed or trailer upon
request.

22.   UTILITIES

      a. The Contractor shall be permitted to use existing utilities at each building location when available, to the
extent needed to accomplish work on a ―no charge‖ basis.

        b. Contractor owned construction sheds, trailers, offices or other such facilities requiring utility services shall
be metered for each utility involved, and all costs involved up to the point of connection to Government owned
utility systems shall be at the contractor’s expense. Final connection of Contractor supplied service laterals to
existing Government owned utility systems will be made at the Contractor’s expense.

      c. The Contractor shall be responsible for moving all appliances/furniture within the work area to permit the
execution of the work under this contract. Upon completion of the work, contractor shall return all furnishings to
their original location, and re-connect all appliances. In addition, cover and protect with clean drop cloths, all
furniture and furnishings; as well as floors and adjacent surfaces not scheduled to be painted.

24.    VEHICLE REGISTRATION.

       The Contractor shall be required to register all motor vehicles and trucks with the QAR.
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SCOPE CLIN0004 INSTL DOOR
STATEMENT OF WORK FOR: Install Door in Room B106

LOCATION: Erie County USARC

FEWR # : PA2090411P

DATE: 110225

COR: SCOTT KAWSKI @ 814.836.4712 (O)/609.744.1123(C)



A.1 The Contractor is obligated to verify all measurements and specification
requirements at the on-site scope validation site visit, prior to submitting a proposal for
this project. No extra compensation shall be allowed for the Contractor who does not
attend the on-site visit and who does not appreciate the difficulty of the contract
specifications. Any discrepancies or changes must be verified and confirmed in writing
with the Contracting Officer. The contractor shall be responsible to verify all
measurements and equipment specifications at the work site prior to any work
commencing.

A.1.1 The work shall be performed in accordance with attached specifications and the
requirement set forth herein and includes incidental related work and other items
defined in the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall familiarize himself as to the
exact nature of the work. The Contractor must perform to the standards in the resulting
contract.

A.1.2 EXISTING WORK

A.1.2.1 Protect existing vegetation, structures, equipment, utilities, pavement and
improvements.

A.1.2.2 Remove or alter existing work in such a manner as to prevent injury or damage
to any portions of the existing work, which remain.

A.1.2.3 Repair or replace portions of existing work which have been altered during
construction operations to match existing or adjoining work, as approved by the
Contracting Officer. At the completion of operations, existing work shall be in a
condition equal to or better than that which existed before new work started.
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A.1.3 INTERFERENCE WITH BUSINESS:

A.1.3.1. Normal duty hours for work shall be from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday
through Friday. Requests for additional work shall require written approval from the
Contracting Officer 7 days in advance of the proposed work period.

A.1.4 Contract Manager: The Contractor shall have a Contract Manager or alternate
available for duty at the location during the hours work is actually being performed. The
Contract Manager will have supervisory authority of the contractor’s employees and
shall be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language. The names
and telephone numbers of the contract manager and alternate shall be provided in
writing to the Contracting Officer within 14 calendar days after the award of the contract.

A.1.4.2. Contractor Employees: The contractor shall furnish sufficient personnel to
perform the work specified. The employees shall conduct themselves in a proper and
productive manner at all times and shall not loiter. The contractor shall remove from the
site any individuals whose continued employment, if deemed by the Contracting Officer
(KO), is deemed to be contrary to public interest or inconsistent with the best interests
of National Security.

A.1.4.3. Employees of the contractor assigned for performance of this contract shall be
capable employees with sufficient experience and training necessary to perform the
tasks, as specified. The employees shall be required by the contractor to maintain
themselves and their clothing in a neat and clean manner.

A.1.4.3.2 the contractor’s employees shall not utilize lounges, snack bars, recreation
areas, administrative areas, or any other area not expressly authorized by the QAR or
his representative.

A.1.4.3.3. The contractor shall not employ those persons whose presence would violate
Standards of Conduct, DOD 5500.7-R (DOD Joint Ethics). A copy of the DOD 5500.7-R
can be found at:
http://www.defenselink.mil/dodgc/defense_ethics/ethics_regulation/dir.htm

A.1.4.3.4. The contractor shall not knowingly allow any employee who is under the
influence of alcohol, drugs, or other incapacitating agents to perform work under this
contract.

A.1.5 IDENTIFICATION OF EMPLOYEES

A.1.5.1 The contractor shall provide the Contracting Officer with a list of names of
employees or alternates to be employed in the performance of work. It will be provided
within 15 calendar days of the performance start date and provide any additions or
deletions to the list of employees within 15 calendar days of such action.
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A.1.5.2 Contractor personnel shall operate all motor vehicles in accordance with the
policies and procedures established by the DOD Provost Marshall’s office.

A.1.6 GENERAL SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

A.1.6.1 Contractor shall take safety and health measures in performing work under this
Contract. Contractor is subject to applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations,
ordinances, codes, and orders relating to safety and health in effect on the date of this
Contract. A copy of the Safety and Health regulations issued by the Secretary of Labor
in 29 CFR (1910) is available at http://www.nalc.org/depart/cau/pdf/osha/oshareg2.pdf.

A.1.6.2 During the performance of work under this Contract, the Contractor shall comply
with procedures prescribed for control and safety of persons visiting the project site.
Contractor is responsible for his personnel and for familiarizing each of his
subcontractors with safety requirements. Contractor shall advise the Contracting Officer
of any special safety restriction he has established so that Government personnel can
be notified of these restrictions. The contractor shall permit safety inspections of all
work being performed under this contract.

A.1.6.3 SAFETY LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURES

A.1.6.4 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: In order to provide control for protection of the life
and health of employees, and other persons; avoid work interruptions in the
performance of this contract; the Contractor shall comply with all pertinent provisions of
the 29 CFR 1910 General, and with any additional measures the Contracting Officer
may determine to be reasonably necessary.
Copies of this manual may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.
Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 20402. Additionally, it is the
Contractor's responsibility to familiarize himself with the Corps of Engineers Safety and
Health Requirements Manual, EM 385-1-1, (use the current version at the time of task
order award), and incorporate those general and additional safety requirements into
daily working procedures that will provide safe working conditions during performance of
this Contract. Copies of this manual may also be obtained from the Superintendent of
Documents.

A.1.6.5 Safety Plan: Submit in writing to the 99th RSC Field Representative a safety
plan for preventing accidents and meet in conference with the Contracting Officer to
discuss and develop mutual understandings relative to the overall safety program,
pursuant to the Contract Clause entitled "Accident Prevention." The safety plan shall
follow the requirements of the EM 385-1-1 and include all relevant Activity Hazard
Analyses. The safety plan shall include provisions to deal with hazardous materials,
pursuant to the Contract Clause entitled "Hazardous Material Identification And Material
Safety Data." With respect to hazardous materials, the plan will consist of :

       a. An index of hazardous materials to be introduced to the site
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       b. A plan for protecting personnel and property during the transport, storage, and
use of the materials
       c. Procedures for spill response and disposal
       d. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for materials listed in the index of the
plan and not required in the technical section of the specification

A.1.6.6 Lockout Or Tagout Procedure: The Contractor shall perform this work in
accordance with 29 CFR 1910.147, The Control Of Hazardous Energy and the following
general requirements.

A.1.6.7 Preparation: Make a survey to locate and identify all isolating devices to be
certain which switches, valves, or other energy isolating devices apply to the equipment
to be locked or tagged out. More than one energy source such as electrical,
mechanical, or others may be involved.

A.1.6.8 Sequence Of Lockout/Tagout Procedure:
        a. Notify all affected personnel that a lockout/tagout system is going to be used
and the reason therefore. The authorized personnel shall know the type and magnitude
of energy that the machine or equipment uses and shall understand the hazards
thereof.
        b. If the machine or equipment is operating, shut it down by the normal stopping
procedure such as depressing stop button, open toggle switch, etc.
        c. Operate the switch, valve, or other energy isolating devices so that the
equipment is isolated from its energy source. Stored energy such as in charged
capacitors, springs, elevated machine members, rotating flywheels, hydraulic systems
and other pressurized air, gas, steam, or water systems etc. must be dissipated or
restrained by methods such as repositioning, blocking, or bleeding down the stored
energy.
        d. Lockout and/or tagout the energy isolating devices with assigned individual
locks, tags, or additional safety measures as may be required.
        e. After ensuring that no personnel are exposed, and as a check on having
disconnected the energy sources, operate the push button or other normal operating
controls to make certain the equipment will not operate.
CAUTION: Make sure the operating controls are returned to the "NEUTRAL" or "OFF"
position after the test.
        f. The equipment is now locked out or tagged out.

A.1.6.9 Restoring Machines Or Equipment To Normal Production Operations:
       a. After the servicing and/or maintenance is complete and equipment is ready for
normal production operations, check the area around the machines or equipment to
ensure that no one is exposed.
       b. After all tools have been removed from the machine or equipment, guards
have been reinstalled, and personnel are in the clear, remove all lockout and tagout
devices. Operate the energy isolating devices to restore energy to the machine or
equipment.
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A.1.6.10 ACCIDENT TREATMENT AND RECORDS

A.1.6.11 Contractor shall post emergency first aid and ambulance information at project
site.

A.1.6.12 The contractor shall maintain accurate records of any employee injured on the
job or stricken with what is deemed as an occupational illness. The report will contain
the following information:

      Name of employee
      Date accident or illness occurred
      Time accident or illness occurred
      Date accident or illness was reported
      Time accident or illness was reported
      Type of accident or illness
      Result of accident or illness and any witnesses

A.1.6.13 The information will be recorded with the Contracting Officer within 24 hours of
time of notification of occurrence to the contractor or employee.

A.1.7 SECURITY

A.1.7.1 The contractor shall turn in all items belonging to the government or government
employees found by his employees to the QAR.

A.1.7.2 Providing the contractor keys is the option of the QAR. If the contractor is
provide with keys to allow access to facility grounds and motor park areas, the
contractor shall establish and implements methods of ensuring that all keys issued to
the contractor by the government are not lost, misplaced, or used by unauthorized
persons. All keys lost by the contractor or his employees shall be replaced at the
contractor’s expense. In the event of loss of a master key by the contractor, a keying
system compatible with the existing lock system and equal number of keys as existing
on the old system shall be furnished at the contractor’s expense.

A.1.7.3 At no time will the contractor allow anyone, other than authorized contractor
personnel, into any locked or unlocked areas of the facility being serviced.

A.1.8 FIRE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION

A.1.8.1 Open-flame heating devices will not be permitted except by approval in writing
from the Contracting Officer. Approval for the use of open fires and open-flame heating
devices will not relieve the Contractor from the responsibility for any damage incurred
because of fires.

A.1.8.2 Burning trash, brush, or wood on the project site shall not be permitted.
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A.1.9 ELECTRICAL

A.1.9.1 Contractor shall appoint an individual responsible for the electrical safety of
each work team to restrict entry to dangerous locations to those authorized by him
jointly with the Government.

A.1.10 WELDING, FLAME CUTTING, AND MELTING

A.1.10.1 Contractor shall clear welding and cutting operations with the QAR or
authorized representative before operations begin.

A.1.10.2 Contractor shall discontinue burning, welding, or cutting operations 1 hour prior
to the end of the normal workday. A workman shall remain at the site for 1 hour after
discontinuing these operations to make thorough inspection of the area for possible
sources of latent combustion. He shall be equipped with two full 15-pound carbon
dioxide fire extinguishers.

A.1.10.3 During operations involving possible fire hazard, the Contractor shall notify the
QAR or authorized representative and not proceed until clearance is obtained in writing.
QAR may request a standby from the Fire Department. This requirement does not
relieve the Contractor of his responsibility for welding and cutting safety.

A.1.11 HIGH NOISE LEVEL PROTECTION

A.1.11.1 Operations performed by the Contractor that involve the use of equipment with
output of high noise levels (jackhammers, air compressors, and explosive device
activated tools) shall be scheduled. Use of any such equipment shall be approved in
writing by the Contracting Officer prior to commencement of work.

A.1.12 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

A.1.12.1 PCB, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, ASBESTOS AND LEAD MATERIAL: If
material is encountered which may contain PCB's, hazardous materials, asbestos and
or lead and must be disturbed, do not touch the material. Should the discovery of such
suspected material affect the Contractor's planned work schedule, the Contractor shall
redirect the work crew to other portions of the unaffected work and modify the schedule
at no additional cost to the Government. The On Site Representative shall be notified
immediately, in writing, regarding the discovery of the suspected material and of any
adverse impact the Contractor may expect to incur due to this situation. Within 14
calendar days, the On Site Representative will perform laboratory tests to determine if
the material is a hazard. If there is not a danger, the site Representative will direct the
Contractor to proceed in the identified area without change. If the material is identified
as hazardous, before proceeding, the On Site Representative will determine the most
cost-effective means for removal. The hazardous material will be removed, abated or
rendered harmless before work commences.
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A.1.12.2 Contractor shall identify all wastes produced and dispose of them in an
approved manner.

A.1.12.3 Identify all wastes and waste producing processes including chemicals, paints,
Petroleum, Oil and Lubricant (POL) products and solvents, and their containers. All
unknown wastes shall be chemically identified.

A.1.12.4 Notify the Contracting Officer prior to taking disposal action for any hazardous
waste.

A.1.12.5 For disposal, provide either laboratory analysis data documenting the chemical
content of the waste or certification by appropriate organization authority as to the
chemical constituents of the waste. Technical assistance on disposal analysis
requirements will be provided on request by contacting the Contracting Officer.

A.1.12.6 Document the waste type, quantity, location, and personnel/contractor/ agency
responsible so the material can be tracked from generation through ultimate disposal as
required by Environmental Protection Agency under Resource Conservation and
Recovery Act.

A.1.12.7. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS: Provide and maintain,
during the life of the contract, environmental protection. Plan for and provide
environmental protective measures to control pollution that develops during normal
construction practice. Plan for and provide environmental protective measures required
to correct conditions that develop during the construction of permanent or temporary
environmental features associated with the project.
Comply with Federal, state, and local regulations pertaining to the environment,
including but not limited to, water, air, soil, and noise pollution.

       a. Prevent oily or other hazardous substances from entering the ground,
drainage areas, storm drainage system, or local bodies of water.
       b. Pickup solid wastes daily and place in covered containers which are regularly
removed by the Contractor from Government property. Do not prepare or cook food on
the project site. Prevent contamination of the site or other areas when handling and
disposing of wastes. At project completion, leave the areas clean.
       c. Handle generated hazardous waste in accordance with 40 CFR 262.
Dispose of hazardous waste in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations
including 40 CFR 263 and 40 CFR 264. Take precautions to prevent spills of oils and
hazardous material. In the event of a spill, immediately notify the Contracting Officer
and initiate containment operations utilizing personnel properly trained and protected for
such situations.
       d. Keep dust down at all times, including during nonworking periods.
Sprinkle or treat, with dust suppressants, the soil at the site, and other areas disturbed
by operations. Dry power brooming will not be permitted.
Instead use vacuuming, wet mopping, wet sweeping, or wet power brooming. Only wet
cutting will be permitted for cutting concrete, and bituminous concrete.
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      e. Make the maximum use of low-noise emission products, as certified by the
EPA. Blasting or the use of explosives is prohibited.

A.1.13 OZONE DEPLETING SUBSTANCES(ODS): The use on station or the removal
off station of Class I ODS's is strictly prohibited without the prior knowledge and consent
of the Contracting Officer. ODS's are generally found in refrigerants, fire fighting agents,
and solvents. The Contractor shall use only those products that are approved and listed
by the EPA Significant New Alternatives Program (SNAP). Any Class II ODS shall be
used only when specified by the Government. When ODS's of any class are used or
saved for reuse, the Contractor shall list this amount in pounds on the "Daily Report To
Inspector" form and the Contractor's invoice. The Contractor shall not knowingly vent or
otherwise dispose of any ODS in a manner which would permit their release into the
environment. ODS's shall be captured and recycled in conformance with all applicable
Federal, State, and local regulations. The Contractor shall furnish a material safety data
sheet to the Government representative prior to use of any ODS or SNAP product on
station.


A.1.14 QUALITY CONTROL

A.1.14.1 The contractor shall establish a Quality Control Program to assure the
requirements of the contract are provided as specified. A copy of the Quality Control
Program must be provided to the Contracting Officer within 14 calendar days of the
award and within 10 calendar days of a change.

A.1.14.2 An inspection system covering all the services stated in technical exhibit 1 will
be established. It must specify the areas to be inspected on either a scheduled or
unscheduled basis, how often inspections will be accomplished and the title of the
individual(s) who will perform the inspections.

A.1.14.3 A file of all inspections conducted by the contractor and the corrective actions
taken shall be maintained by the contractor and be available to the QAR.

A.1.14.4 Records of installed equipment.

A.1.14.4.1 Records shall include all quality control data; factory tests or
manufacturer’s certifications, quality control coordinating actions; records of quality
control training/certifications as well as routine hydrostatic, electrical continuity,
grounding, welding, line cleaning, field tests and similar tests. Quality records shall be
available for examination by the Contracting Officer.

A.1.14.4.2 Inspection records and control away from the job site may be used as
evidence of quality of materials/work and may reduce further inspection or testing after
delivery to the job site.

A.1.15 QUALITY ASSURANCE
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A.1.15.1 The government will monitor the contractor’s performance under this contract
using the Job Performance Evaluation Checklist, Technical Exhibit 3.

A.1.15.2 The contractor shall provide for the safe, careful and efficient operation of all
tools and equipment. All tools and equipment shall be in good operating condition and
be calibrated, when required.

A.1.15.3 All employees shall possess required licenses/certificates as required by
federal, state, and local authorities.

A.1.15.4 Procurement

A.1.15.4.1 Contractor shall be responsible for controlling procurement sources and
those of his subcontractors to ensure that each purchase meets quality requirements.

A.1.16 QUALITY INSPECTIONS

A.1.16.1 Work performed under this contract will be subject to inspection by the QAR.

A.1.16.2 When the Contracting Officer determines that inspected work needs to be
corrected, the QAR will be allowed 72 hours to complete re-inspection of the corrected
work.

A.1.16.3 Contractor’s program is subject to continuous evaluation, review, and
verification by the Contracting Officer. Contractor will be notified in writing of any
noncompliance and will be given 7 days to correct identified deficiencies.

A.1.16.4 Contractor shall implement an inspection system. Documentation shall
indicate quality control through records of inspections, tests, and procedures.

A.1.17 Any work not completed in accordance with these specifications will not be paid
until the work is corrected to comply with the statement of work.

A.1.18 Job Performance Evaluation Sheets: The contractor, the Center Commander,
his representative (facility coordinator) or the QAR will complete the job performance
evaluation sheet at the end of each performance of services. The contractor will correct
unacceptable work immediately. Both the contractor and the QAR must sign the
evaluation sheet, if present. If the QAR is not present, a tenant representative must
sign the evaluation sheet. This job performance evaluation sheet must be signed and
attached to the Receiving Report (DD Form 250) for payment of services.
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                                       Section A-2

                                      DEFINITIONS

A.2.1 CONTRACTING OFFICER (KO): The KO is the only person with authority to
enter into, amend, modify, or take any other action with respect to the contract
requirements on behalf of the Government.

A.2.2 QUALITY ASSURANCE REPRESENTATIVE (QAR): The QAR is responsible for
administration of the Government contract only. The QAR is not authorized to modify
any part of the contract requirements or sign any forms obligating the expenditure of
Government funds. In the absence of a QAR, tenant representatives shall be
authorized to contact contractor.

A.2.3 QUALITY ASSURANCE: Those actions taken by the Government to check goods
or services to determine that they meet the requirements of the contract.

A.2.4 JOB PERFORMANCE EVALUATION CHECK SHEET (Technical Exhibit 3): This
document, filled out by the QAR, or the tenant representative, signed by the contract
manager and submitted to the DARIM Engineer. The contractor or contract manager
must insure that this document is filled out each time work is performed at a facility and
that he signs in the appropriate locations.

A.2.5 QUALITY CONTROL: Those actions taken by a contractor to control the
production of goods or services so that they meet the requirements of the contract.


                                      SECTION A-3

              GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY AND SERVICES

A.3.1 The Government will not provide any facilities, materials, equipment, supplies or
vehicles to the contractor.




                                      SECTION A-4

                          CONTRACTOR FURNISHED ITEMS
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A.4.1 The contractor shall supply all equipment, tools, maintenance products, etc.
necessary to perform the tasks, as specified.

A.4.2. All equipment must be in good working condition.

A.4.3. All equipment, tools, maintenance products, etc. used by the contractor shall be
in compliance with OSHA, EPA and other DOD Directives where specified.




STATEMENT OF WORK FOR: Install Door in Room B106

LOCATION: Erie County USARC

FEWR # : PA2090411P

DATE: 110225

COR: SCOTT KAWSKI @ 814.836.4712 (O)/609.744.1123(C)



The contractor will provide all plant, labor, equipment, materials, supervision and
transportation to remove and reinstall a door in room B106 at the Erie County USARC,
Fairview, PA 16415

The contractor shall remove the existing door frame and door located in the OMS
building between rooms B105 and B106.

The contractor shall remove existing block wall and gypsum board located between the
workbay and room B106. Exact location of door location shall be coordinated with the
COR.

The contractor shall reuse and install the existing door frame and door to include all
hardware in the new opening between the workbay and room B106. The door shall be
plumb and square and shall open and close freely. The contractor shall use non
removable pin (NRP) hinges on the interior of the door and the door shall lock securely
to the frame.

The contractor shall apply paint on existing door to touch up any damages to the door.
Color of paint shall be approved by the COR.

The contractor shall furnish and install 5/8 inch gypsum board in opening between
rooms B105 and B106. The gypsum board shall be secured to the metal studs with all
seams mudded and taped. The contractor shall have all walls finished as level five.
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The contractor shall apply one coat of primer and two coats of paint to the new gypsum
board. Color of paint shall be approved by the COR and shall match the existing paint
color of the adjoining walls. Contractor shall furnish and install four inch cove base to
the bottom of the wall. Color of cove base shall approved by the COR and shall match
the existing cove base with the adjoining walls.

The contractor shall clean-up all areas where work was performed and repair any
damage incurred by the contractor to original working condition.


The period of performance shall be 90 days from the Notice To Proceed (NTP) date.




GD PA20080002
General Decision Number: PA100002 03/18/2011   PA2

Superseded General Decision Number: PA20080002

State: Pennsylvania

Construction Type: Building
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Counties: Armstrong, Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton,
Crawford, Elk, Forest, Indiana, Jefferson, McKean, Potter,
Venango and Warren Counties in Pennsylvania.


BUILDING ERECTION AND FOUNDATION EXCAVATION PROJECTS (does not
include residential construction consisting of single family
homes and apartments up to and including 4 stories), EXCLUDING
SEWAGE AND WATER TREATMENT PLANT PROJECTS


Modification Number    Publication Date
          0             03/12/2010
          1             03/19/2010
          2             03/26/2010
          3             05/07/2010
          4             06/11/2010
          5             06/25/2010
          6             07/02/2010
          7             07/16/2010
          8             08/06/2010
          9             08/13/2010
          10            09/10/2010
          11            10/08/2010
          12            10/15/2010
          13            12/03/2010
          14            12/31/2010
          15            01/21/2011
          16            01/28/2011
          17            02/18/2011
          18            03/18/2011

BOIL0013-002 01/01/2011

POTTER AND CLINTON COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 37.35            30.02
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 BOIL0154-002 06/01/2009

ARMSTRONG, CAMERON, CLARION, CLEARFIELD, ELK, FOREST,
JEFFERSON, INDIANA, McKEAN, VENANGO, AND WARREN COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 36.70            20.82
----------------------------------------------------------------
 BOIL0744-002 07/01/2008

CRAWFORD COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 35.34            18.48
----------------------------------------------------------------
 BRPA0005-048 05/01/2010

CLINTON COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

  Bricklayer.....................$ 30.05            13.15
TILE SETTER......................$ 26.42            12.66
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 BRPA0009-005 06/01/2010

CLARION (Except Brady, Madison, Perry,Tobe, Porter, Redbank
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Twps), CLEARFIELD, FOREST, JEFFERSON, AND VENANGO COUNTIES


                                  Rates             Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 26.35            14.27
CAULKER..........................$ 25.98            13.75
TILE SETTER......................$ 27.40            14.03
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 BRPA0009-007 06/01/2010

CLARION (except Brady, Madison, Perry, Tobe, Porter, Redbank
Twps.), FOREST, AND VENANGO COUNTIES


                                  Rates             Fringes

Cement Mason/Plasterer...........$ 26.35            14.27
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 BRPA0009-016 06/01/2010

CAMERON, ELK, McKEAN, POTTER, AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                  Rates             Fringes

Bricklayer, Cement Mason,
Plasterer........................$ 24.16            14.39
CAULKER..........................$ 25.98            13.75
TILE SETTER......................$ 27.40            14.03
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 BRPA0009-037 06/01/2010

CRAWFORD COUNTY

                                  Rates             Fringes

CAULKER..........................$ 25.98            13.75
TILE SETTER......................$ 27.40            14.03
----------------------------------------------------------------
 BRPA0009-038 06/01/2010

ARMSTRONG, CLARION COUNTY (Brady, Madison, Perry, Tobe, Porter,
and Redbank Townships), AND INDIANA COUNTIES


                                  Rates             Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 28.08            15.36
CAULKER..........................$ 25.98            13.75
TILE SETTER......................$ 27.40            14.03
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* BRPA0009-042 11/01/2010

CRAWFORD County

                                  Rates             Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 25.30            15.16
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 CARP0142-002 01/01/2011

ARMSTRONG COUNTY

                                  Rates             Fringes

CARPENTER........................$ 28.39            11.85
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 CARP0900-001 06/01/2010

CAMERON, CLARION, CLEARFIELD, CLINTON, CRAWFORD, ELK, FOREST,
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INDIANA, JEFFERSON, AND POTTER COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Carpenter & Soft Floor Layer.....$ 25.33            10.11
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 CARP1014-002 06/01/2010

MCKEAN, VENANGO, AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Carpenter & Soft Floor Layer.....$ 24.01             9.95
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 CARP1759-005 01/01/2011

ARMSTRONG COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

FLOOR LAYER: Carpet.............$ 28.39             11.87
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 ELEC0005-003 12/24/2010

ARMSTRONG, CAMERON, CLARION, CLEARFIELD, ELK, INDIANA,
JEFFERSON, AND MCKEAN COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 35.26            19.36
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ELEC0005-008 12/24/2010

VENANGO COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 35.26            19.36
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ELEC0056-001 06/01/2010

FOREST AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 26.40            18.25
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ELEC0712-001 03/02/2009

CRAWFORD COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 29.20            17.48
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ELEC0812-001 06/01/2010

CLINTON COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 26.65            16.39
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ELEC0812-005 06/01/2010

POTTER COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes
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ELECTRICIAN......................$ 27.55            16.42
----------------------------------------------------------------
* ENGI0066-004 07/01/2008

CAMERON, CLARION, CLEARFIELD, CLINTON, CRAWFORD, ELK, FOREST,
JEFFERSON, McKEAN, POTTER, VERANGO, WARREN


                                  Rates          Fringes

Power equipment operators:
     CLASS 1.....................$ 24.565          12.07
     CLASS 2.....................$ 21.89           12.07
     CLASS 3.....................$ 20.34           12.07

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

CLASS I
  Asphalt Paver, Asphalt Roller, Asphalt Plant Operator, Athey
  Loader, Auger (Truck or Tractor Mounted), Auto Grader
  (C.M.I. and similar), Backhoe (180� and 360� swing),
  Back-Filling Machine, Batch Plant, Bulldozer, Cable Layer,
  Cableway, Caisson Drill, Central Mix Plant, Compactor with
  Blade, Concrete Pump (all types), Over-Head Crane, Crane
  (Crawler or Truck Mounted)*, Tower Crane (Stationary or
  Climbing Type), Rough Terrain Crane**, Wagon Crane,
  Crushing and/or Screening Plant, Derrick Traveler, Derrick
  (all types)(when assistance is needed it will be an oiler
  or apprentice), Derrick Boats, Dragline, Drill (Davey or
  similar), Dredge, Drill (Well and Core)(Truck or Skid
  Mounted), Elevator, Excavating Equipment (all other), Fork
  Lift (Lull or similar), Franki Pile Machine (or similar),
  Guard Post Driver, Gradall (all types), Grader, Elevating
  Grader, Equipment Greaser, Helicopter, Helicopter Hoist
  Operators, Front End Loader, Hoist, Hydraulic Boom Truck,
  Jumbo Operator, Kocal, Koehring Scooper, Locomotive, Metro
  Chip Harvester (or similar), Mix Mobile, Mixer - Paver,
  Mucking Machine, Multiple Bowl Machines, Pile Driver (Sonic
  or similar), Scrapers, Shovels (powered), Slip Form Paver
  (C.M.I. and similar), Spreader (Concrete, Asphalt, or
  Stone), Tire Repairman (when assigned to a jobsite), Tower
  Mobile, Tractors (all types), Trencher, Tug Boat, Vermeer
  Saw, Welder (repairman), Whirley
  * Cranes with Boom or Mast length (including jib) 100 ft or
  over shall be paid an additional $.50 per hour for each
  50-foot increment of additional boom and/or jib length)

 ** Rough Terrain Cranes with Boom or Mast length (including
 jib) 101 ft or over shall be paid an Additional $.50 per
 hour for each 50-foot increment of additional boom and/or
 jib length)

 Note: An additional $1.25 per hour (not counting boom pay)
 shall be paid for any crane (excluding overhead cranes)
 rated 100 ton or over.

CLASS II
  Ballast Regulator, Boat (material or personnel)(powered),
  Boiler, Boring Machine, Compressor (combined with Air
  Tugger, Air Pump, Gunite Machine, or Sand Blaster),
  Concrete Belt Placer, Concrete Saw, Conveyor, Carry Crane,
  Crushing/Screening Plants, Curb Builder (self-propelled),
  Forklifts (ridden or self-propelled), Form Line Machine,
  Generator (over 5KW), Grout Pump, Heaters, Hoist (monorail,
  roof, one drum-regardless of power used), Huck Machine (or
  similar), Hydraulic Jack (single or multiple)(power
  driven), Ladavator, Mortar Mixer, Mulching Machine,
  Pavement Breaker (self-propelled or ridden), Pin Puller
  (powered), Pipe Cleaning Machine, Pipe Dream, Power Broom
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 (except push type), Pulverizer, Pumps (regardless of power
 used), Roller/Compactor (Dirt), Refrigeration Plant, Ross
 Carrier (or similar), Seeding Machine, Skid Steer Loader
 (or similar), Slab Lifting Machine (hydraulic), Soil
 Stabilizer (pump type), Spray Cure Machine (power driven),
 Side Delivery Shoulder Spreader (attachment), Steam Jenny
 (or similar), Stone Crusher, Stone Spreader
 (self-propelled), Siphon (steam or air), Tie Tamper
 (multiple heads), Tractor (when used for landscaping,
 snaking, or hauling), Truck (Winch)(when hoisting and
 placing), Tube Finisher (C.M.I. and similar), Tugger, Water
 Blaster, Welding Machine, Well Point System

CLASS III
  Brakeman, Deck Hand, Helicopter Signalman, Oiler*, Elevator
  (Alterations & Remodeling Commercial Buildings),

 * Oilers on Truck Cranes: less than 50 ton shall receive $.10
 over the Class III base rate; 50 ton up to 100 ton rated
 capacity shall be paid an additional $.25 per hour over the
 Class III base rate; 100 ton and over shall be paid an
 additional $1.00 per hour over the Class III base rate.

  General Note: Hazardous Material Sites Level C & D receive
  $1.00 per hour premium for all classifications and Levels A
  & B receive $2.50 premium for all classifications
----------------------------------------------------------------
* ENGI0066-008 06/01/2010

ARMSTRONG AND INDIANA COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Power equipment operators:
     CLASS 1.....................$ 30.215          15.22
     CLASS 2.....................$ 26.78           15.22
     CLASS 3.....................$ 25.06           15.22

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

CLASS I
  Asphalt Paver, Asphalt Roller, Asphalt Plant Operator, Athey
  Loader, Auger (Truck or Tractor Mounted), Auto Grader
  (C.M.I. and similar), Backhoe (180� and 360� swing),
  Back-Filling Machine, Batch Plant, Bulldozer, Cable Layer,
  Cableway, Caisson Drill, Central Mix Plant, Compactor with
  Blade, Concrete Pump (all types), Over-Head Crane, Crane
  (Crawler or Truck Mounted)*, Tower Crane (Stationary or
  Climbing Type), Rough Terrain Crane**, Wagon Crane,
  Crushing and/or Screening Plant, Derrick Traveler, Derrick
  (all types)(when assistance is needed it will be an oiler
  or apprentice), Derrick Boats, Dragline, Drill (Davey or
  similar), Dredge, Drill (Well and Core)(Truck or Skid
  Mounted), Elevator, Excavating Equipment (all other), Fork
  Lift (Lull or similar), Franki Pile Machine (or similar),
  Guard Post Driver, Gradall (all types), Grader, Elevating
  Grader, Equipment Greaser, Helicopter, Helicopter Hoist
  Operators, Front End Loader, Hoist, Hydraulic Boom Truck,
  Jumbo Operator, Kocal, Koehring Scooper, Locomotive, Metro
  Chip Harvester (or similar), Mix Mobile, Mixer - Paver,
  Mucking Machine, Multiple Bowl Machines, Pile Driver (Sonic
  or similar), Scrapers, Shovels (powered), Slip Form Paver
  (C.M.I. and similar), Spreader (Concrete, Asphalt, or
  Stone), Tire Repairman (when assigned to a jobsite), Tower
  Mobile, Tractors (all types), Trencher, Tug Boat, Vermeer
  Saw, Welder (repairman), Whirley
  * Cranes with Boom or Mast length (including jib) 100 ft or
  over shall be paid an additional $.50 per hour for each
  50-foot increment of additional boom and/or jib length)
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                                                                       Page 75 of 114

 ** Rough Terrain Cranes with Boom or Mast length (including
 jib) 101 ft or over shall be paid an Additional $.50 per
 hour for each 50-foot increment of additional boom and/or
 jib length)

 Note: An additional $1.25 per hour (not counting boom pay)
 shall be paid for any crane (excluding overhead cranes)
 rated 100 ton or over.

CLASS II
  Ballast Regulator, Boat (material or personnel)(powered),
  Boiler, Boring Machine, Compressor (combined with Air
  Tugger, Air Pump, Gunite Machine, or Sand Blaster),
  Concrete Belt Placer, Concrete Saw, Conveyor, Carry Crane,
  Crushing/Screening Plants, Curb Builder (self-propelled),
  Forklifts (ridden or self-propelled), Form Line Machine,
  Generator (over 5KW), Grout Pump, Heaters, Hoist (monorail,
  roof, one drum-regardless of power used), Huck Machine (or
  similar), Hydraulic Jack (single or multiple)(power
  driven), Ladavator, Mortar Mixer, Mulching Machine,
  Pavement Breaker (self-propelled or ridden), Pin Puller
  (powered), Pipe Cleaning Machine, Pipe Dream, Power Broom
  (except push type), Pulverizer, Pumps (regardless of power
  used), Roller/Compactor (Dirt), Refrigeration Plant, Ross
  Carrier (or similar), Seeding Machine, Skid Steer Loader
  (or similar), Slab Lifting Machine (hydraulic), Soil
  Stabilizer (pump type), Spray Cure Machine (power driven),
  Side Delivery Shoulder Spreader (attachment), Steam Jenny
  (or similar), Stone Crusher, Stone Spreader
  (self-propelled), Siphon (steam or air), Tie Tamper
  (multiple heads), Tractor (when used for landscaping,
  snaking, or hauling), Truck (Winch)(when hoisting and
  placing), Tube Finisher (C.M.I. and similar), Tugger, Water
  Blaster, Welding Machine, Well Point System

CLASS III
  Brakeman, Deck Hand, Helicopter Signalman, Oiler*, Elevator
  (Alterations & Remodeling Commercial Buildings),

 * Oilers on Truck Cranes: less than 50 ton shall receive $.10
 over the Class III base rate; 50 ton up to 100 ton rated
 capacity shall be paid an additional $.25 per hour over the
 Class III base rate; 100 ton and over shall be paid an
 additional $1.00 per hour over the Class III base rate.

  General Note: Hazardous Material Sites Level C & D receive
  $1.00 per hour premium for all classifications and Levels A
  & B receive $2.50 premium for all classifications
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ENGI0066-019 12/01/2008

                                  Rates          Fringes

Power equipment operators:
(ARMSTRONG AND INDIANA AND
LAWRENCE COUNTIES)
     SCRAPER.....................$ 27.765           14.13
Power equipment operators:
(CAMERON, CLARION,
CLEARFIELD, CLINTON,
CRAWFORD, ELK, JEFFERSON,
MCKEAN, POTTER, VANANGO AND
WARREN COUNTIES)
     SCRAPER.....................$ 24.565           12.07
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 IRON0003-003 09/01/2010

ARMSTRONG, CLARION, AND INDIANA COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes
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                                                                       Page 76 of 114

Ironworkers:.....................$ 30.03            22.55
     Pre-Engineered Metal
     Building....................$ 17.40             7.42
  Structural, Reinforcing & Ornamental
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 IRON0207-003 06/01/2010

VENANGO COUNTY

                                       Rates     Fringes

Ironworkers:
     Structural, Reinforcing &
     Ornamental..................$ 26.81            17.65
  Structural, Reinforcing & Ornamental
----------------------------------------------------------------
 IRON0348-001 06/01/2009

CRAWFORD, FOREST AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                       Rates     Fringes

Ironworkers:.....................$ 25.33            20.17
  Structural, Reinforcing & Ornamental
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 IRON0772-003 06/01/2009

CAMERON, CLEARFIELD, CLINTON, ELK, JEFFERSON, McKEAN, AND
POTTER COUNTIES


                                       Rates     Fringes

Ironworkers:.....................$ 24.73           19.94
  Structural, Reinforcing & Ornamental

A.   HOLIDAYS

 The following holidays shall be observed: New Years Day,
 Goodfriday, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day,
 Veterans Day (Observed the day after Thanksgiving),
 Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day.

  Any holiday which occurs on Sunday shall be observed the
  following Monday.
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 LABO0323-001 12/01/2009

VENANGO COUNTY

                                       Rates     Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP   1.....................$   20.92        9.77
     GROUP   2.....................$   21.07        9.77
     GROUP   3.....................$   21.20        9.77
     GROUP   4.....................$   21.67        9.77

LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1 - COMMMON LABORER: Building laborer, west brick buggy
 or similar (non self-propelled), stripper and mover of
 forms as follows: Cement finisher, footers, forms not to
 be re-used, forms that are a matter of record; window
 cleaner, toolroom man, water proofing (any mode or method).

 GROUP 2 - SKILLED LABORER: Powered wheelbarrows, buggies,
 mason tender, pipe layer, bottom man (10 below grade),
 mortar mixer, mason plasterer, concrete, other, hod carrier
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                                                                       Page 77 of 114

 - mason,plasterer (any method), scaffold builder, concrete
 buster, jackhammer (air tool, electric, other), other
 mechanical or power tools, concrete saw, carryable pumps
 and operating, all operators of compacting equipment, grout
 machine feeder and pump operator, all material conveyors
 (regardless of power used, including starting and
 stopping), bell and bottom man on furnaces and stacks,
 burner (demolition), groundman, jackhammer man, drill man,
 high (climber) blaster, wagon drill operator.          .

GROUP 3 - Asbestos removal or abatement laborer

GROUP 4 - Toxic or hazardous waste handling laborer
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 LABO0419-002 07/01/2010

CLEARFIELD AND CLINTON COUNTIES

                                       Rates      Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP   1.....................$   18.27          10.20
     GROUP   2.....................$   18.42          10.20
     GROUP   3.....................$   18.52          10.20
     GROUP   4.....................$   17.27          10.20

LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS

GROUP 1 - Unskilled laborer

GROUP 2 - Plasterer tender & Mason Tender

GROUP 3 - Asbestos removal and toxic waste removal laborer

GROUP 4 - Flagman
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 LABO0952-002 06/01/2009

ARMSTRONG, CLARION, INDIANA, AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES

                                       Rates      Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP   1.....................$   20.92          9.09
     GROUP   2.....................$   21.07          9.09
     GROUP   3.....................$   21.20          9.09
     GROUP   4.....................$   21.67          9.09
     GROUP   5.....................$   19.75          9.09

LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1 - COMMON LABORER Building laborer; Brick removal for
 alterations; Carryable pumps; West brick buggy or similar;
 Walk behind forklift or similar (non self-propelled);
 Stripper and mover of forms;Tool room man; all material
 conveyors(regardless of power used, including starting and
 stopping);Pouring of mortar or aggregate into blocks of
 voids

 GROUP 2 - SKILLED LABORER Air track; West brick buggy or
 similar (self propelled); Power wheelbarrows and buggies;
 walk behind forklift or similar (self-propelled); Drill
 runner; (including Drill Mounted on Truck, Track or
 similar); Blasterer's All operators of compacting
 equipment; pipe layer; Burner; Jackhammerman - concrete
 buster; vibator operator; clay spade and/orsimilar; gunnute
 nozzleman; blaster; copncrete saw operator; hod carrier;
 scaffold builder; air track operator; bell and bottom man
 on furnace and stacks; grout machine feeder and pump
 operator; gunnite machine opoerator or similar; gunnite
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                                                                       Page 78 of 114

 machine potman or similar; mortar mixer; mortar mixer
 machine (regardless of power used including starting and
 stopping); wagon drill operator; laser cleaner; lancer

GROUP 3 -    Asbestos removal or abatement laborer

GROUP 4 - Toxic or Hazardous waste handling laborer

GROUP 5 - Flag Person
----------------------------------------------------------------
 LABO0952-003 06/01/2010

CAMERON, ELK, FOREST, McKEAN, POTTER AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                       Rates         Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP 1.....................$ 18.30               10.04
     GROUP 2.....................$ 18.55               10.04
     GROUP 3.....................$ 19.10               10.04

LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1 - Common laborer, carpenter tender, flagman, spotter
 equipment, scaffold builder for masons, window cleaner,
 form stripper and mover, scaffold and runways, building
 materials handlers (loading and unloading) concrete pitman,
 puddler, mason tender

 GROUP 2 - Mechanical tampers (power) powered wheelbarrows and
 buggies and worklifts, sweepers and similar, mortar mixer,
 bell bottom man on furnances and stacks, jackhammer man,
 concrete buster, sheeters and shorers, vibrator operators,
 power tamper operators y-gun, burnercutting torch and
 carrable pumps, chain saw operator, pipe layers, all
 material conveyors and elevators, signal man, west brick
 buggies or similar, scaffold builder for plasterers'
 regardless of height, hod carriers, plasterer tender, form
 cleaning machine operator, plasterer applicating and/or
 pump machine operator, paving creaker, asphalt raker,
 lancer, berfix cutting tool, gunnite potman blacksmith,
 tool dresser (cable tools)

  GROUP 3 - Blasters, wagon drill operator(air trac) drill
  runner, nozzle man, grout machine operator, walk behind
  power roller and temper, welder, driller (cable tools)
  multiplate pipe aligning and securing
----------------------------------------------------------------
 LABO0964-001 06/01/2010

CRAWFORD COUNTY

                                       Rates         Fringes

Laborers:
     Group   1.....................$   19.46           10.77
     Group   2.....................$   19.61           10.77
     Group   3.....................$   19.74           10.77
     Group   4.....................$   20.21           10.77

GROUP 1 - Common Laborers

 GROUP 2 - Material buggy handlers, all power tool operators,
 pipe layers, drill runner, asbestos and toxic waste removal
 laborer

 GROUP 3 - Mason tender, mortar mixer, hod carrier, scaffold
 builder, mechanical tamper, powered wheelbarrows

GROUP 4 - Toxic and hazardous waste handling and removal
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 PAIN0021-007 05/01/2010

CLINTON COUNTY

                                   Rates          Fringes

Painters:
     Brush and Roller............$ 23.30            13.00
  Brush & Roller
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0057-006 06/01/2010

ARMSTRONG, CLARION, CLEARFIELD, ELK, INDIANA, JEFFERSON AND
VENANGO COUNTIES


                                   Rates          Fringes

Painters:
     Brush & Roller..............$ 25.28            13.34
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0057-007 06/01/2010

CAMERON, CRAWFORD, FOREST, POTTER AND WARREN (excluding
Freehold and Columbus townships) COUNTIES


                                   Rates          Fringes

Painters:
     Brush and Roller............$ 21.85            12.70
  Brush & Roller
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0057-018 06/01/2010

                                   Rates          Fringes

DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER
(ARMSTRONG AND INDIANA
COUNTIES)........................$ 24.55            13.65
DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER
(CAMERON, CLARION,
CLEARFIELD, ELK, FOREST,
JEFFERSON, AND VENANGO
COUNTIES)........................$ 23.97            12.90
DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER
(CRAWFORD, McKEAN, POTTER,
AND WARREN COUNTIES).............$ 21.62            11.10
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0057-025 05/01/2010

McKean and Warren   Counties (Including Columbus and Freehold
Townships)


                                   Rates          Fringes

PAINTER
     Brush and Roller............$ 20.27            12.30
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAS0024-001 06/01/1998

ELK, MCKEAN, POTTER AND WARREN COUNTIES:

                                   Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 18.85             5.83
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 PLAS0031-002 06/01/2010
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                                                                       Page 80 of 114

CRAWFORD COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 26.13            12.15
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 PLAS0031-007 06/01/2010

ARMSTRONG, CLEARFIELD,AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 26.13            12.15
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAS0031-008 06/01/2010

CLINTON AND INDIANA COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 20.97             9.94
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAS0526-003 07/01/2010

ARMSTRONG, INDIANA, CLEARFIELD, AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 26.79            12.27
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAS0526-005 07/01/2010

CLINTON COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 24.60            11.89
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0027-003 06/01/2010

ARMSTRONG COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 34.75            17.57
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0047-006 05/01/2010

CLARION, CRAWFORD, FOREST, McKEAN, VENANGO, AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 33.38            17.05
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0354-002 06/01/2010

CAMERON, CLEARFIELD, ELK, INDIANA, AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 30.14            18.73
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0520-010 05/01/2010

CLINTON AND POTTER COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 31.07           19.24
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----------------------------------------------------------------
 ROOF0030-006 06/01/2009

CLINTON COUNTY

                                     Rates       Fringes

ROOFER, Including Built Up,
Composition and Single Ply
Roofs............................$ 23.25            13.26
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ROOF0037-002 12/01/2010

ARMSTRONG, CAMERON, CLARION, CLEARFIELD, ELK, FOREST, INDIANA,
AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

ROOFER, Including Built Up,
Composition and Single Ply
Roofs............................$ 26.87            12.32
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 ROOF0210-002 06/01/2010

CRAWFORD, McKEAN, POTTER, VENANGO, AND WARREN COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

ROOFER, Including Built Up,
Composition and Single Ply
Roofs............................$ 23.65            11.99
----------------------------------------------------------------
  SUPA2000-001 06/22/2000

                                     Rates       Fringes

Power equipment operators:
     Bulldozers..................$   19.23          8.46
     Excavators..................$   12.00
     Forklift....................$   17.72          8.46
     Loader......................$   18.91          8.46
     Mechanics...................$   14.08          5.62
     Pavers......................$   19.06          8.39
     Rollers.....................$   14.88          8.46

Sheet metal worker...............$ 20.10            6.10

TRUCK DRIVER.....................$ 9.00
----------------------------------------------------------------

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)).

----------------------------------------------------------------

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
          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.


================================================================

          END OF GENERAL DECISION




GD WV20080002
General Decision Number: WV100002 03/25/2011   WV2

Superseded General Decision Number: WV20080002
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                                                                       Page 83 of 114

State: West Virginia

Construction Type: Building

Counties: Barbour, Braxton, Brooke, Cabell, Calhoun,
Doddridge, Gilmer, Grant, Hampshire, Hancock, Hardy, Harrison,
Jackson, Kanawha, Lewis, Marion, Marshall, Mason, Mineral,
Monongalia, Morgan, Ohio, Pendleton, Pleasants, Preston,
Putnam, Randolph, Ritchie, Roane, Taylor, Tucker, Tyler,
Upshur, Wayne, Webster, Wetzel, Wirt and Wood Counties in West
Virginia.


BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include single family
homes and apartments up to and including 4 stories). See Heavy
and Highway Construction General Wage determination for all
work in connection with the clearing and grading of site, also
all paving incidental to the project, and all incidental water
lines, sewers and other utilities to within 5 feet of the
building line)


Modification Number    Publication Date
          0             03/12/2010
          1             03/19/2010
          2             04/02/2010
          3             04/09/2010
          4             04/16/2010
          5             04/30/2010
          6             05/07/2010
          7             05/28/2010
          8             06/11/2010
          9             06/25/2010
          10            07/09/2010
          11            07/16/2010
          12            08/13/2010
          13            09/03/2010
          14            10/08/2010
          15            10/15/2010
          16            11/19/2010
          17            12/03/2010
          18            12/10/2010
          19            12/17/2010
          20            12/24/2010
          21            01/14/2011
          22            01/28/2011
          23            03/25/2011

ASBE0002-003 08/01/2009

BROOKE, HANCOCK, HARRISON, MARION, MARSHALL,MINERAL, OHIO,
TYLER AND WETZEL COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Asbestos Workers/Insulator.......$ 31.32           19.11

SCOPE OF WORK:

  Includes application of all insulating materials, protective
  coverings and finishings to all types of mechanical systems.
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ASBE0080-001 03/01/2010

BRAXTON, CABELL, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, JACKSON, KANAWHA,
LEWIS, MASON, PLEASANTS, PUTNAM, RITCHIE, ROANE, UPSHUR, WAYNE,
WIRT, and WOOD COUNTIES
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                                                                       Page 84 of 114

                                  Rates          Fringes

Asbestos/Insulator Worker
(SCOPE OF WORK, includes
application of all insulating
materials, protective
coverings and finishings to
all types of mechanical
systems).........................$ 30.00            15.99
----------------------------------------------------------------
 BOIL0045-003 10/01/2009

GRANT COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 33.21            16.71
----------------------------------------------------------------
 BOIL0154-003 06/01/2010

BROOKE AND HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 38.75            20.97
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 BOIL0667-001 10/01/2010

BARBOUR, BRAXTON, CABELL, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER,
HAMPSHIRE, HARDY, HARRISON, JACKSON, KANAWHA, LEWIS, MARION,
MARSHALL, MASON, MINERAL, MORGAN, MONONGALIA, OHIO, PENDLETON,
PLEASANTS, PRESTON, PUTNAM, RANDOLPH, RITCHIE, ROANE, TAYLOR,
TUCKER, TYLER, UPSHUR, WAYNE, WEBSTER, WETZEL, WIRT AND WOOD
COUNTIES.


                                  Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 39.09            15.32
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 BRMD0006-003 06/01/2010

MINERAL COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER (Brick, Stone,
Marble, Mosaic, Pointers,
Caulkers, Artifical,
Tilesetters and Terrazzo
workers).........................$ 26.74            13.02
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 BRWV0001-001 07/01/2010

MARSHALL, OHIO, TYLER and WETZEL COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 26.00            14.29
TILE SETTER......................$ 26.00            14.29
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 BRWV0006-003 06/01/2009

CALHOUN, JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, ROANE, WIRT AND WOOD COS.

                                  Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 25.74           12.38
TILE SETTER......................$ 25.24           12.38
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* BRWV0009-002 12/01/2010

BRAXTON, KANAWHA, and PUTNAM COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Bricklayer, Stonemason...........$ 27.29            16.64
Marble, Tile Layer & Terrazzo
Worker...........................$ 27.79            16.64
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 BRWV0011-001 07/01/2010

BROOKE and HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER
     Commercial..................$ 26.91            15.03
     Industrial..................$ 27.88            15.03
TILE SETTER......................$ 24.01            15.03
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 BRWV0015-002 12/01/2009

DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARRISON, LEWIS, MARION, and UPSHUR COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER
     Commercial..................$ 27.24            13.31
     Industrial..................$ 28.82            13.31
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 BRWV0015-005 12/01/2009

BARBOUR, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARDY, LEWIS, MARION, MONONGALIA,
PRESTON, TAYLOR, TUCKER and UPSHUR COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Cement Masons:
     Commerial...................$ 27.24            13.31
     Industrial..................$ 28.82            13.31
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 BRWV0015-006 12/01/2007

CALHOUN, JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, ROANE, WIRT, AND WOOD
Counties


                                  Rates          Fringes

Marble & Tile Finisher...........$ 21.40             7.07
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 CARP0003-003 12/01/2009

BROOKE, HANCOCK, MARSHALL (North of 39 degrees 46' latitude),
and OHIO COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Carpenters: (carpet, drywall,
lather, and soft tile
installers)......................$ 23.54            12.59
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 CARP0302-001 12/01/2009

BUILDING
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                                                                       Page 86 of 114

CABELL and WAYNE COUNTIES

                                  Rates           Fringes

Carpenter & Soft Floor Layer.....$ 27.44            14.51
PILEDRIVERMAN....................$ 27.85            14.51
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 CARP0476-001 12/01/2009

BRAXTON, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARRISON, LEWIS, MARION, UPSHUR,
and WEBSTER COUNTIES


                                  Rates           Fringes

CARPENTER (carpet, drywall
and soft tile installers)........$ 23.56            15.19
Piledriver.......................$ 24.06            15.19
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 CARP0604-003 12/01/2009

BARBOUR, MONOGALIA, PRESTON, RANDOLPH, TAYLOR, and TUCKER
COUNTIES


                                  Rates           Fringes

  Carpenter......................$ 23.56            15.19
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 CARP0899-001 12/01/2009

CALHOUN, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, TYLER, WIRT, and WOOD COUNTIES

                                  Rates           Fringes

Carpenters: (Soft Tile &
Carpet Installers, Drywall
installers)......................$ 25.02            14.48
PILEDRIVERMAN....................$ 25.52            14.48
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 CARP1024-003 05/01/2008

GRANT, HAMPSHIRE, HARDY, AND PENDLETON COUNTIES

                                  Rates           Fringes

CARPENTER (dry wall hangers
and soft layers).................$ 24.95             9.75
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 CARP1024-006 05/01/2008

MINERAL AND MORGAN COUNTIES

                                  Rates           Fringes

CARPENTER........................$ 24.95             9.75
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 CARP1159-001 12/01/2009

JACKSON and MASON COUNTIES

                                  Rates           Fringes

CARPENTER........................$ 25.97            14.54
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 CARP1207-006 12/01/2009

KANAWHA, PUTNAM, and ROANE COUNTIES

                                  Rates           Fringes
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CARPENTER........................$ 26.63            14.30
Pile Driver......................$ 26.88            14.30
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 CARP1519-001 12/01/2009

CABELL and WAYNE COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

MILLWRIGHT.......................$ 25.11            19.24
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 CARP1755-001 12/01/2009

BRAXTON, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARRISON, JACKSON,
KANAWHA,LEWIS, MARION, MASON, PLEASANTS, PUTNAM, RITCHIE,
ROANE, TYLER, UPSHUR, WETZEL, WIRT, and WOOD COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

MILLWRIGHT.......................$ 30.50            14.95
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 CARP1871-019 12/01/2009

BROOKE, HANCOCK, MARSHALL, and OHIO COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

MILLWRIGHT.......................$ 26.96            11.84
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 CARP2235-009 12/01/2009

BROOKE, HANCOCK, MARSHALL, OHIO, and WETZEL COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

PILEDRIVERMAN....................$ 29.95            12.17
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 ELEC0026-010 11/07/2005

HARDY COUNTY

                                  Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 21.71             7.80
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 ELEC0141-001 08/30/2010

BROOKE (Buffalo Twp. only), MARSHALL, OHIO and WETZEL COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

CABLE SPLICER....................$ 28.16            19.80
ELECTRICIAN......................$ 27.91            19.80
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 ELEC0141-002 08/30/2010

BROOKE (Buffalo Twp. only), MARSHALL, OHIO and WETZEL COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Line Construction:
     Cable Splicer...............$ 28.16            19.80
     Groundsman..................$ 22.33            19.59
     Lineman & Equipment
     Operator....................$ 27.91            19.80
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 ELEC0246-003 11/01/2009
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                                                                       Page 88 of 114

BROOKE (Except Buffalo Township) and HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                   Rates            Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 33.00            22.77+a

  FOOTNOTE: a. 1 1/2 Paid Holidays: The last scheduled workday
  prior to Christmas & 4 hours on Good Friday.
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 ELEC0246-005 11/01/2004

BROOKE (Except Buffalo Twp.) and HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                   Rates            Fringes

Line Construction:
     Groundman...................$ 18.70            51.5%+a
     Lineman, Line Equipment
     Operator, and Truck Driver..$ 28.00            51.5%+a

  FOOTNOTE: a. 1-1/2 Paid Holidays: The last scheduled workday
  prior to Christmas Day and 4 Hours on Good Friday.
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 ELEC0307-003 12/01/2010

GRANT, HAMPSHIRE, MINERAL, and MORGAN COUNTIES

                                   Rates            Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 29.20            14.30
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* ELEC0307-004 11/29/2010

MINERAL COUNTY

                                   Rates            Fringes

LINE CONSTRUCTION: Equipment
Operator.........................$ 26.22            14.87
LINE CONSTRUCTION: Groundman....$ 18.66             14.43
LINE CONSTRUCTION: Lineman......$ 28.70             14.93
LINE CONSTRUCTION: Truck
Driver...........................$ 18.66            14.43
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 ELEC0317-001 06/01/2010

CABELL, MASON AND WAYNE COUNTIES

                                   Rates            Fringes

CABLE SPLICER....................$ 32.68            18.13
ELECTRICIAN......................$ 31.87            19.58
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 ELEC0317-009 09/06/2009

BRAXTON, CABELL, CALHOUN, GILMER, KANAWHA, MASON, PUTNAM,
ROANE, and WAYNE COUNTIES


                                   Rates            Fringes

Line Construction:
     Cable Splicer...............$ 31.20              12.38
     Equipment Mechanic..........$ 22.13              12.38
     Equipment Operator A: John
     Henry Rock Drill, D6 (or
     equivalent) and above,
     Trackhoe Digger, & Cranes
     (greater than 25 tons and
     less than 45 tons)..........$ 26.39              12.38
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    Equipment Operator B:
    Cranes (6-25 tons),
    Backhoes, Road Tractor,
    Dozer up to D5, Pressure
    Digger-Wheeled or Tracked,
    & all Tension Wire
    Stringing Equipment.........$   23.09           12.38
    Equipment Operator C:
    Trencher, Vibratory
    Compactor, Ground Rod
    Driver, Boom Truck (6 ton
    or below), & Skid Steer
    Loaders.....................$   18.17          12.38
    Groundman/Truck Driver......$   14.09          12.38
    Line Truck w/Auger..........$   20.30          12.38
    Lineman & Technician........$   29.68          12.38

  All operators of 45 ton cranes or larger shall be paid the
  journeyman lineman's rate of pay.
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 ELEC0466-001 06/01/2010

BRAXTON, CALHOUN, GILMER, KANAWHA, PUTNAM, ROANE, and WEBSTER
COUNTIES


                                    Rates        Fringes

CABLE SPLICER....................$ 33.25            14.40
ELECTRICIAN......................$ 33.35            14.30
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 ELEC0596-001 06/01/2010

BARBOUR, DODDRIDGE, HARRISON, LEWIS, MARION, MONONGALIA,
PENDLETON, PRESTON, RANDOLPH, TAYLOR, TUCKER and UPSHUR COUNTIES


                                    Rates        Fringes

CABLE SPLICER....................$ 34.04            18.76
ELECTRICIAN......................$ 31.04            18.76
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 ELEC0596-002 06/01/2010

DODDRIDGE, LEWIS, MARION and UPSHUR COUNTIES

                                    Rates        Fringes

Line Construction:
     Cable Splicer...............$ 30.73            18.76
     Groundman & Truck Driver....$ 22.35            18.76
     Lineman & Equipment
     Operator....................$ 27.94            18.76
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 ELEC0968-002 06/01/2009

JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, TYLER, WIRT, and WOOD COUNTIES

                                    Rates        Fringes

Line Construction:
     Cable Splicer, Equipment
     Operator, Groundman, and
     Lineman.....................$ 29.41            17.54
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 ELEC0968-003 06/01/2009

JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, TYLER, WIRT AND WOOD COUNTIES.

                                    Rates        Fringes
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                                                                       Page 90 of 114

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 29.41            17.89
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 ELEV0006-002 01/01/2011

BROOKE, HANCOCK, MARION, MARSHALL, OHIO AND WETZEL COUNTIES:

                                  Rates          Fringes

Elevator Constructor.............$ 41.13          21.985

Paid Holidays:

 New Year's Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Labor Day;
 Verterans Dayl; Thanksgiving day; the Friday after
 Thanksgiving Day; and Christmas Day.

Footnotes:

  a. Employee contributes 8% of basic hourly rate for 5 years
  or more of service or 6% of basic hourly rate for 6 months
  to 5 years of service as vacation pay credit.
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 ELEV0048-001 01/01/2010

BRAXTON, CABELL, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARRISON, JACKSON,
KANAWHA, LEWIS, MASON, MINERAL, PLEASANTS, PUTNAM, RITCHIE,
ROANE, TYLER, PSHUR, WAYNE, WIRT, and WOOD COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Elevator Constructor.............$ 38.53      20.035+a+b

PAID HOLIDAYS:

 a. New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
 Vetern's Day, Thanksgiving Day, the Friday after
 Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

  b. Employer contributes 8% of regular hourly rate to vacation
  pay credit for employee who has worked in business more
  than 5 years; 6% for less than 5 years' service.
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 ENGI0132-001 12/01/2010

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS:

                                  Rates          Fringes

Power equipment operators:
     GROUP 1.....................$   31.76         17.13
     GROUP 2.....................$   31.41         17.13
     GROUP 3.....................$   30.41         17.13
     GROUP 4.....................$   21.41         17.13

 GROUP 1: All friction cranes, derricks, tower cranes and all
 cranes with 180 ft. or more of boom including mast and jibs
 or lifting capacity of 100 tons or more and hoists with
 30,000 pound line pull or more, cableways.

 GROUP 2: Those operating cranes, derricks, tower cranes, boom
 trucks, shovels, draglines, clamshells, caisson drilling
 rigs and similar equipment with a lifting capacity of 15
 tons and over. Mechanic with tools with 3/4 inch drive and
 below.

 GROUP 3: All tow boats or work boats, backhoes, end loaders,
 all excavators, gradalls, all other mechanics, side boom
 cat, all other cranes and concrete mixing plants, core
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                                                                       Page 91 of 114

 drills, two drum hoist, concrete pump, mechanically
 operated laser screed, self contained hydraulic air drills,
 directional drill operator, standard gauge locomotive,
 rubber tired scraper, power grader dozer, tractor and pan,
 push cat, asphalt and concrete paving equipment operator,
 compactor, compactor with blade, material hauler,
 articulating equipment, material hoist, wellpoint system,
 forklift, trencher, air tugger "A" frame truck, grease
 truck operator, all tractors.

  GROUP 4: Fireman, deckhand, elevators, ross carrier, air
  compressor, high compression equipment, load handler,
  "bobcat" or skid steer loader, greaser tender, two bag and
  under concrete mixer, assistant engineer on standard gauge
  locomotives, locomotive cranes, truck and crawler cranes,
  brakeman on cranes used for moving rail cars (when
  equipment is moving cars only), rollers, Barber green
  loader, mechanic tender, welding machines, light plants,
  generators, conveyors, mechanical heaters and pump
  operators, masonry hoist and all farm type tractors.
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 IRON0301-001 06/01/2010

                                  Rates          Fringes

Ironworkers:
     BRAXTON, RANDOLPH, &
     WEBSTER COUNTIES............$ 28.76            16.94
     KANAWHA & PUTNAM COUNTIES...$ 27.08            16.94
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 IRON0549-001 12/01/2009

BARBOUR (north west third of county to include the Twps. of
Philippi); BROOKE; HANCOCK; HARRISON; MARION; MARSHALL;
MONONGALIA; OHIO; TAYLOR; TYLER AND WETZEL COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

IRONWORKER.......................$ 29.75            15.69
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 IRON0568-003 05/01/2010

BARBOUR (Remainder of County), GRANT, MORGAN, PENDLETON,
PRESTON, RANDOLPH (Remainder of County) AND TUCKER COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

IRONWORKER.......................$ 26.23            14.05
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 IRON0568-007 05/01/2010

HAMPSHIRE, HARDY AND MINERAL COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

IRONWORKER.......................$ 24.72            14.05
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 IRON0769-005 06/01/2010

CABELL AND WAYNE COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Ironworkers:
     ZONE 1:
      0-10 miles from Union Hall.$ 29.59           17.77
     ZONE 2:
      10-50 miles from Union
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      Hall.......................$ 29.99            17.77
     ZONE 3:
      50 miles & over from
      Union Hall.................$ 31.59            17.77
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 IRON0787-004 06/01/2010

CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, JACKSON, LEWIS, MASON, PLEASANTS,
RITCHIE, ROANE, UPSHUR, WIRT AND WOOD COUNTIES


                                   Rates         Fringes

Ironworkers:.....................$ 28.53            17.15
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 LABO0379-003 12/01/2010

HAMPSHIRE, MARION, MINERAL, MONONGALIA, MORGAN, PRESTON and
TAYLOR COUNTIES


                                   Rates         Fringes

Laborers:
     Group 1.....................$ 20.33           11.40
     Group 2.....................$ 20.69           11.40
     Group 3.....................$ 21.12           11.40

LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1:   Laborer, Carpenter Tender, Water boy, Fire watch,
 Demolition worker, Landscape laborer.

 GROUP 2:   Powderman tender, Semi-skilled laborer, Scaffold
 builders, Chainmen and Rodmen, Grade Checker, Signal man,
 Brick mason tenders, Plasterer tenders, Cement finishers
 tenders, Stone mason tenders, Lathers tenders, Tile setters
 tenders, Mortar mixers, Jackhammer operators, Vibrator
 operators, Tamper operators, Pavement Buster Operator,
 Chipping and peening hammer operators, Air siphon and air
 pump operators, Riprap finishers, Concrete saw operators,
 Concrete technicians, Power saw operators, Chain saw
 operators, Motorized buggy operators, Pipe layers tenders,
 Drill operators tenders, Sheeters and Shorers, Post hole
 digger operators, Asphalt rakers, Lance and/or water
 blaster operators, Blacksmith tenders, Workmen working with
 asbestos, Batch house scale operators, Workmen working with
 acid mortar and acid brick, Workmen working in acid with
 cresote and mastic asphalt, Nozzlemen for gunnite or
 sandblasting, Tool room attendants, Ride or walk roller
 tampers, Asbestos abatement laborer, and Lead-based paint
 remover.

  GROUP 3:   Powderman, Air track operator, Pipe layer
  (including laser beam set-up), Burner and Blacksmith.
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 LABO0543-001 06/01/2010

CABELL, MASON AND WAYNE COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Laborers:........................$ 24.35           11.90

LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

 Laborer, Carpenter tender, Flagmen, Water boy, Fire watch,
 Demolition worker, and Landscape laborer.

 Powderman tender, Semi-skilled laborer, Scaffold builders,
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                                                                       Page 93 of 114

 Signal man, Brick mason tenders, Plasterer tenders, Cement
 finishers tenders, Stone mason tenders, Lathers tenders,
 Tile setters tenders, Mortar mixers, Jackhammer operators,
 Vibrator operators, Tamper Operators, Chipping and peening
 hammer operators, Air siphon and air pump operators, Riprap
 finishers, Concrete saw operators, Concrete technicians,
 Power saw operators, Chain saw operators, Motorized buggy
 operators, Pipe layers tenders, Drill operators tenders
 Sheeters and shorers, Post hole digger operators, Asphalt
 rakers, Lance and/or water blaster operators, Blacksmith
 tenders, Workmen working with asbestos, Batch house scale
 operators, Workmen working with acid mortar and acid brick,
 Workmen working in acid with cresote and mastic asphalt,
 Nozzlemen for gunnite or sandblasting, Tool room
 attendants, Ride or walk roller tampers, Toxic & Hazardous
 waste removal laborer, Asbestos abatement laborer,
 Lead-based paint remover, and Grade checker.

  Blacksmith, Powderman, Air track operator, Pipe layer
  (including laser beam set-up), and Burner.
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 LABO0809-002 07/01/2010

BROOKE AND HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

LABORER..........................$ 22.47            8.45

 Asbestos Work; Hazardous Waste Work; Instrument & Laser; and
 Lead Based Paint Removal - Additional $.50 per hour

  Hot Pay - Additional $1.00 per hour when working with other
  crafts receiving hot pay
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 LABO0984-001 12/01/2010

BARBOUR BRAXTON, DODRIDGE, GILMER, GRANT, HARDY, HARRISON,
LEWIS, PENDLETON, RANDOLPH, TUCKER, UPSHUR and WEBSTER COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

LABORER
     Group 1.....................$ 20.33           11.40
     Group 2.....................$ 20.69           11.40
     Group 3.....................$ 21.12           11.40

LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1:   Laborer, Carpenter Tender, Water boy, Fire watch,
 Demolition worker, Landscape laborer.

 GROUP 2:   Powderman tender, Semi-skilled laborer, Scaffold
 builders, Chainmen and Rodmen, Grade Checker, Signal man,
 Brick mason tenders, Plasterer tenders, Cement finishers
 tenders, Stone mason tenders, Lathers tenders, Tile setters
 tenders, Mortar mixers, Jackhammer operators, Vibrator
 operators, Tamper operators, Pavement Buster Operator,
 Chipping and peening hammer operators, Air siphon and air
 pump operators, Riprap finishers, Concrete saw operators,
 Concrete technicians, Power saw operators, Chain saw
 operators, Motorized buggy operators, Pipe layers tenders,
 Drill operators tenders, Sheeters and Shorers, Post hole
 digger operators, Asphalt rakers, Lance and/or water
 blaster operators, Blacksmith tenders, Workmen working with
 asbestos, Batch house scale operators, Workmen working with
 acid mortar and acid brick, Workmen working in acid with
 cresote and mastic asphalt, Nozzlemen for gunnite or
 sandblasting, Tool room attendants, Ride or walk roller
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                                                                       Page 94 of 114

 tampers, Asbestos abatement laborer, and Lead-based paint
 remover.

  GROUP 3:   Powderman, Air track operator, Pipe layer
  (including laser beam set-up), Burner and Blacksmith.
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 LABO1085-001 12/01/2010

CALHOUN, JACKSON, PLEASANTS RITCHIE, TYLER, WIRT and WOOD
COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP 1.....................$ 21.50           12.50
     GROUP 2.....................$ 21.80           12.50
     GROUP 3.....................$ 22.15           12.50

LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1:   Laborer, Carpenter Tender, Flagmen, Water Boy,
 Fire watch, Demolition worker, and Landscape laborer.

 GROUP 2:   Powderman tender, Semi-skilled laborer, Scoffold
 builders, Chainmen and Rodmen, Grade Checker, Signal man,
 Brick mason tenders, Plasterer tenders, Cement finishers
 tenders, Stone mason tenders, Lathers tenders, Tile setters
 tenders, Mortar mixers, Jackhammer operators, Vibrator
 operators, Tamper operators, Chipping and peening, Hammer
 operators, Air siphon and air pump operators, Riprap
 finishers, Concrete saw operators, Concrete technicians,
 Power saw operators, Chain saw operators, Moterized Buggy
 operators, Pipe layers tenders, Drill operators tenders,
 Sheeters and shorers, Post hole digger operators, Asphalt
 rakers, Lance and/or water blaster operators, Blacksmith
 tenders, Workmen working with asbestos, Batch house scale
 operators, Workmen working with acid mortar and acid brick,
 Workmen working in acid with cresote and mastic asphalt,
 Nozzlemen for gunnite or sandblasting, Tool room
 attendants, Ride or walk roller tampers, Asbestos abatement
 laborer, and Lead-based paint remover.

  GROUP 3:   Blacksmith, Powderman, Air track operator, Pipe
  layer (including laser beam set-up), and Burner.
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 LABO1149-001 12/01/2010

MARSHALL, OHIO and WETZEL COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP 1.....................$ 20.37           11.90
     GROUP 2.....................$ 20.37           11.90
     GROUP 3.....................$ 20.87           11.90

LABORER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Laborers, Carpenter tender, Flagmen, Water boy,
 Demolition worker, Tool room attendants, Fire watch,
 Watchmen, and Landscape laborer.

 GROUP 2: Powerderman on concrete pump hose, Powderman
 tender, Semi-skilled laborer, Scaffold builders, Chainmen &
 Rodmen, Grade checker, Signal man, Brick masons tenders,
 Plasterers tenders, Cement masons tenders, Stone masons
 tenders, Lathers tenders, Tile setters tenders, Mortar
 mixers, Jackhammer operators, Vibrater operators, Tamper
 Operator, Pavement buster operators, Chipping and peening
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                                                                       Page 95 of 114

 hammer operators, Air siphon and air pump operators, Riprap
 finishers, Concrete saw operators, Concrete technicians,
 Power saw operators, Chain saw operators, Motorized buggy
 operators, Pipe layers tenders, Drill operators tenders,
 Sheeters and shorers, Post hole diggers operators, Asphalt
 rakers, Lance and/or water blaster operators, Blacksmith
 tenders, Batch house scale operators, Workmen working with
 acid mortar, Mastic asphalt and acid brick, Workmen working
 in acid and with cresote, Nozzlemen for gunnite or
 sandblasting, Ride or walk roller tampers, Deep ditch and
 manholes vertical 6 ft. or more, and Scaffolding work over
 50 ft. (inside or out).

  GROUP 3: Blacksmith, Powderman, Air track operator, Pipe
  layer (including laser beam set-up), Burner, and Lead Based
  Paint Removal Laborer.
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 LABO1353-001 12/01/2010

KANAWHA, PUTNAM and ROANE COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

Laborers:
     GROUP 1.....................$ 22.76           11.90
     GROUP 2.....................$ 23.38           11.90
     GROUP 3.....................$ 24.22           11.90

 GROUP 1: Laborer; Carpenter Tender; Water Boy; Demolition
 Worker; Fire Watch; Landscape Laborer; and Flagmen.

 GROUP 2: Powderman Tender; Semi-Skilled Laborer; Scaffold
 Builder; Chain and Rodmen; Grade Checker; Signal Man; Brick
 Masons Tenders; Plasterer Tenders; Cement Finisher Tenders;
 Stone Masons Tenders; Lathers Tenders; Tile Setters
 Tenders; Mortar Mixers; Jackhammer Operators; Vibrator
 Operators; Tamper Operators; Pavement Buster Operators;
 Chipping & Peening Hammer Operators; Air Siphon & Air Pump
 Operators; Riprap Finishers; Concrete Saw Operators;
 Concrete Technician; Power Saw Operators; Chain Saw;
 Motorized Buggy; Pipelayers Tenders; Drill Operator
 Tenders; Sheeters & Shorers; Post Hole Digger Operator;
 Asphalt Rakers; Lance and/or Water Blaster Operators;
 Blachsmith Tenders; Workmen working with Acid Mortar; Acid
 Brick; Acid or Mastic Asphalt; Workmen working with
 Creosote; Nozzlemen for Gunnite or Sandblasting; Tool Room
 Attendants; Ride or Walk Roller Tampers, Toxic and
 Hazardous Waste Removal Laborer, and Lead-Base Paint
 Removal Laborer.

  GROUP 3: Blacksmith; Powdermen; Air Track Operator; Pipe
  Layer (including Laser Beam Set-Up); and Burner.
----------------------------------------------------------------
 MARB0005-001 06/01/2005

CABELL, MASON (THAT PORTION SOUTH OF THE KANAWHA RIVER), AND
WAYNE COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

Marble, terrazzo and tile
finisher.........................$ 20.38            12.75
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 PAIN0091-001 12/01/2008

BROOKE (SOUTH OF BUFFALO CREEK), MARSHALL, OHIO AND WETZEL COS.

                                     Rates       Fringes
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                       Page 96 of 114

Painters:
     Brush, Roller, Paper
     hanger, Sand/Spray,
     Waterblast and Perfataping
     (Including Automatic
     Perfataping Tools)..........$ 22.55            10.00
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0091-010 12/01/2010

Brooke, Marshall, Ohio, and Wetzel Counties

                                   Rates         Fringes

GLAZIER..........................$ 25.66            10.96
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 PAIN0091-011 12/01/2008

Hancock County

                                   Rates         Fringes

GLAZIER..........................$ 24.60             9.00
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 PAIN0438-003 12/01/2010

BROOKE (NORTH OF BUFFALO CREEK) and HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Painters: (Painters, Drywall
Finishers & Paper Hangers,
and Perfataping (Automatic
Taping Tools, Bazooka &
Banjo))..........................$ 22.92            11.40
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0804-001 12/01/2010

BARBOUR, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, GRANT, HAMPSHIRE, HARDY, HARRISON,
LEWIS, MARION, MINERAL, MORGAN, MONONGALIA, PENDLETON, PRESTON,
RANDOLPH, TAYLOR, TUCKER, UPSHUR and WEBSTER COUNTIES


                                   Rates         Fringes

PAINTER (Commercial).............$ 23.19            12.08
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 PAIN0813-001 12/01/2008

CABELL, MASON AND WAYNE COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Painters:
     Brush and Roller, Drywall
     Finishing and Texuring,
     Machine Toolstand and
     Stilts, Spray and
     Sandblast, and Wall
     Covering and Vinyl..........$ 22.68            10.00
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0970-001 12/01/2010

BRAXTON, CALHOUN, KANAWHA and PUTNAM COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Painters:........................$ 23.46           11.90

 Brush Painting, A/Compressor Op., Roller Painting, DryWall
 Pointers & Tapers, Dipping & Mitten Work, Sprayer Machine
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                       Page 97 of 114

  Op., Taping Machines, Mud Mixer, Pole Sander, Tape and
  Spackling Teams, All Synthetic Interior & Exterior Work,
  Sandblaster, Water Blaster, Steam Jenny Nozzle Op.,
  Swinging Scaffold and Boat Swing Chair, Window Jack Work,
  Vinyl & Paper Hangers.
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN1144-001 12/01/2010

JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITICHIE, TYLER, WIRT and WOOD COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

GLAZIER..........................$ 25.58             9.03
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 PAIN1144-002 12/01/2010

JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, ROANE, TYLER, WIRT and WOOD
COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Painters: (Drywall Finishers,
Wall Covers, Dryvit & Stucco)....$ 22.98            11.40
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 PAIN1195-001 12/01/2010

BARBOUR, BRAXTON, CABELL, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, GRANT,
HAMPSHIRE, HARDY, HARRISON, KANAWHA, LEWIS, MARION, MASON,
MINERAL, MONOGALIA, MORGAN, PENDELTON, PRESTON, PUTNAM,
RANDOLPH, ROANE, TAYLOR, TUCKER, WAYNE, WEBSTER and UPSHUR
COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

GLAZIER..........................$ 28.50             6.04
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 PLAS0039-003 07/01/2010

BROOKE, CALHOUN, GRANT, HAMPSHIRE, HANCOCK, HARDY, HARRISON,
JACKSON, MARSHALL, MINERAL, MORGAN, OHIO, PENDLETON, PLEASANTS,
RANDOLPH, RITCHIE, TAYLOR, WETZEL, WIRT and WOOD COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 25.98            10.20
Mechanical Equipment
(Floating, Grinding,
Bushhammering or finishing)......$ 26.58            10.20
PLASTERER........................$ 25.98            10.02
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 PLAS0887-001 12/01/2009

BRAXTON, CABELL, KANAWHA, MASON, PUTNAM, ROANE, WAYNE, and
WEBSTER COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Cement Masons:
     Braxton, Kanawha, Putnam,
     Roane, & Webster Counties...$ 27.51            12.00
     Cabell & Wayne Counties.....$ 27.99            14.38
     Mason County................$ 25.91            10.26
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 PLAS0887-003 06/01/2010

BRAXTON, CABELL, KANAWHA, MASON, PUTNAM, ROANE, WAYNE and
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                       Page 98 of 114

WEBSTER COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER
     Braxton, Kanawha, Putnam,
     Roane, & Webster Counties...$ 29.36            11.22
     Cabell & Wayne Counties.....$ 29.39            12.37
     Mason County................$ 25.91            10.26
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 PLUM0083-002 07/01/2010

BROOKE COUNTY (North to Route #27 due east to the State Line,
Excluding the City limits of Wellsburg), MARSHALL, OHIO AND
WETZEL COUNTIES


                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumber and Steamfitter..........$ 30.96            17.43
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 PLUM0152-001 11/01/2010

HARRISON, LEWIS, MARION, MONONGALIA, TAYLOR and UPSHUR COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters
     Work at power plants,
     chemical plants, glass
     plants and manufacturing
     facilities..................$ 37.13            20.92
     All other work..............$ 32.42            20.92
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 PLUM0152-002 11/01/2010

BARBOUR, DODDRIDGE and PRESTON COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters
     Work at power plants,
     chemical plants, glass
     plants and manufacturing
     facilities..................$ 37.44            20.92
     All other work..............$ 32.75            20.92
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0152-003 11/01/2010

BRAXTON, GILMER, RANDOLPH and TUCKER COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters
     Work at power plants,
     chemical plants, glass
     plants and manufacturing
     facilities..................$ 37.77            20.92
     All other work..............$ 33.06            20.92
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0152-004 11/01/2010

GRANT, HAMPSHIRE, HARDY, MINERAL and PENDLETON COUNTIES

                                  Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters
     Work at power plants,
     chemical plants, glass
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                       Page 99 of 114

     plants and manufacturing
     facilities..................$ 38.08            20.92
     All other work..............$ 33.39            20.92
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0490-001 06/01/1998

BROOKE (North of Buffalo Creek),AND HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 26.15            12.25
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0521-002 06/01/2010

CABELL, MASON AND WAYNE COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 30.35            15.85
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 PLUM0565-001 07/01/2010

CALHOUN, JACKSON, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, TYLER, WIRT AND WOOD COS.

                                   Rates         Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 32.06            18.10
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 PLUM0625-001 12/01/2010

KANAWHA, PUTNAM, ROANE and WEBSTER COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Plumber, Pipefitter,
Steamfitter
     Work at plants that are in
     the process of
     manufacturing a product.....$ 33.59            15.88
     All other work..............$ 31.79            15.88
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ROOF0034-002 05/01/2007

GRANT, HAMPSHIRE, HARDY, MINERAL, and MORGAN COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Roofers:
     Composition Mopmen..........$ 19.60             7.75
     Pitch Tear off or on........$ 19.85             7.75
     Roofers.....................$ 19.35             7.75
     Slaters.....................$ 19.50             7.75
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ROOF0185-004 06/01/2010

CABELL, KANAWHA, MASON, PUTNAM AND WAYNE COS.

                                   Rates         Fringes

Roofers:.........................$ 27.00            10.96
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 ROOF0188-002 07/01/2010

BROOKE, HANCOCK, MARSHALL AND OHIO COUNTIES

                                   Rates         Fringes

Roofers:
     Coal Tar Pitch &
     Waterproofing...............$ 26.57           10.50
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                      Page 100 of 114

     Roofer......................$ 26.32            10.50
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 ROOF0242-002 06/01/2009

BARBOUR, BRAXTON, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARRISON,
JACKSON, LEWIS, MARION, MONONGALIA, PENDLETON, PLEASANTS,
PRESTON, RANDOLPH, RITCHIE, ROANE, TAYLOR, TUCKER, TYLER,
UPSHUR, WETZEL, WIRT AND WOOD COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

ROOFER, Including Built Up,
Composition and Single Ply
Roofs............................$ 23.81             9.81
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SFWV0669-001 04/01/2010

BRAXTON, BROOKE, CABELL, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HANCOCK,
HARRISON, JACKSON, KANAWHA, LEWIS, MARION, MARSHALL, MASON,
MINERAL, OHIO, PLEASANTS, PUTNAM, RITCHIE, ROANE, TYLER,
UPSHUR, WAYNE, WETZEL, WIRT AND WOOD COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

SPRINKLER FITTER.................$ 29.60            17.60
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SHEE0024-010 06/01/2010

CABELL and WAYNE COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

Sheet metal worker...............$ 25.76            17.19
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SHEE0033-015 12/01/2010

KANAWHA, MASON and PUTNAM COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

Sheet Metal Worker...............$ 27.13            18.09
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SHEE0033-017 07/01/2009

BROOKE, HANCOCK, MARSHALL AND OHIO COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

Sheet Metal Worker...............$ 26.61            16.22
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SHEE0033-020 06/01/2010

BRAXTON, CALHOUN, DODDRIDGE, GILMER, HARRISON, JACKSON, LEWIS,
MONONGALIA, MARION, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, ROANE, TYLER, UPSHUR,
WETZEL, WIRT and WOOD COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

Sheet metal worker...............$ 27.78            18.34
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SHEE0100-008 01/01/2011

MINERAL COUNTY

                                     Rates       Fringes

Sheet Metal Worker
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                      Page 101 of 114

     0-40 miles from City Hall,
     Cumberland, Maryland........$ 23.68            15.90
     41-65 miles from City
     Hall, Cumberland, Maryland..$ 25.37            15.96
     66+ miles from City Hall,
     Cumberland, Maryland........$ 26.10            15.98
----------------------------------------------------------------
 TEAM0092-005 07/01/2008

BROOKE & HANCOCK COUNTIES

                                     Rates       Fringes

Truck drivers:
     GROUP 1.....................$   21.39          9.87
     GROUP 2.....................$   21.43          9.87
     GROUP 3.....................$   21.47          9.87
     GROUP 4.....................$   22.17          9.87
     GROUP 5.....................$   22.29          9.87

CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1 - End Dump; Dumpster; Turnarocker; Ross Carrier;
 Athry Wagon; Greaser; Tiremen; Articulated Dump

 GROUP 2 - Flatboy Material Tuck, Dump & and   Semi-Dump
 Truck; Semi Trailer & Tractor Trailer

GROUP 3 - Tank Trucks (straight & semi)

GROUP 4 - Mechanic

  GROUP 5 - Lowboy Trailer; Winch Truck; A-Frame; Forktruck;
  Distributor Truck (front & back end) & Truck Crane
----------------------------------------------------------------
 TEAM0175-002 06/01/2008

CALHOUN, GILMER, JACKSON, KANAWHA, PLEASANTS, RITCHIE, ROANE,
TYLER, WIRT AND WOOD COUNTIES


                                     Rates       Fringes

Truck drivers:
     GROUP 1.....................$   22.07             a
     GROUP 2.....................$   22.17             a
     GROUP 3.....................$   22.32             a
     GROUP 4.....................$   22.47             a
     GROUP 5.....................$   22.72             a
     GROUP 6.....................$   22.82             a
     GROUP 7.....................$   22.97             a

FOOTNOTE: a. $1,924.31 per month

TRUCK DRIVER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1 - Pick-Up; Panel; John Deere Gators or Similar
 Equipment

 GROUP 2 - Flat Body Material (Straight Jobs); Dump (Up to 5
 cu. yds.); Greaser; Tank (Straight)

 GROUP 3 - Dump (5 cu. yds. & over); Semi-Dump; Semi-Trailer
 (whether Flat, Rack or Pole and hauled or pushed by truck
 or tractor); Agitator or Mixed (Up to 5 cu. yds.); Tank
 (Semi); & Monorail

 GROUP 4 - Low Boy Trailer; Winch; Fork; Distributor (Front &
 Back End); Truck Crane; Agitator or Mixer (5 cu. yds. &
 over); Hydraulic Tail Gate; & Farm Type Tractor
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                      Page 102 of 114

 GROUP 5 - Euclid; Dumpster; Turnarocker; Ross Carrier; Athey
 Wagon or Similar Equipment; A-Frame; Hydrolift; & Dual
 Purpose

GROUP 6 - Mechanic

GROUP 7 - Master Mechanic (3 or more mechanics employed)
----------------------------------------------------------------
 TEAM0505-003 06/01/2009

CABELL, MASON AND WAYNE COUNTIES

                                     Rates        Fringes

Truck drivers:
     GROUP 1.....................$   29.57        12.84+A
     GROUP 2.....................$   30.10        12.84+A
     GROUP 3.....................$   30.27        12.84+A
     GROUP 4.....................$   30.75        12.84+A
     GROUP 5.....................$   31.17        12.84+A
     GROUP 6.....................$   31.39        12.84+A

TRUCK DRIVER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1 - Pickup; Station Wagon; Panel; Flatbody Material
 Truck (Straight job); & Dump (Up to 5 cu. yds.)

 GROUP 2 - Tank (Straight); Dump (5 cu. yds. & over); Agitator
 or Mixer (Up to 5 cu. yds.); & Flat Bed Tandem

GROUP 3 - Agitator or Mixer (5 cu. yds. & Over)

 GROUP 4 - Mechanic; Tri-Axle Dump; Hydraulic Lift Tailgate;
 Truck & Farm-type Tractor; End Dumpster; Turnarocker; Ross
 Carrier; Athey Wagon; Semi-dump; Semi-trailer; Semi-tank; &
 Lowboy Trailer

GROUP 5 - Master Mechanic

 GROUP 6 - Winch; Fork; Distributor (Front End and Back End);
 Truck Crane; & Monorail

  A. Paid Holidays - New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4th,
  Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day After Thanksgiving & Christmas
  Day
----------------------------------------------------------------
 TEAM0697-002 07/01/2010

MARSHALL, OHIO AND WETZEL COUNTIES

                                     Rates        Fringes

TRUCK DRIVER
     GROUP 1 - Pickup...........$    21.31          14.80
     GROUP 2 - Greaser..........$    21.32          14.80
     GROUP 3 - Flatbed
     Material; Dump & Semi-Dump..$   21.36          14.80
     GROUP 4 - Tank (straight
     & semi).....................$   21.39          14.80
     GROUP 5 - Semi-Tractor
     Trailer.....................$   21.41          14.80
     GROUP 6 - Pole-Trailer.....$    21.51          14.80
     GROUP 7 - Agitator &
     Mixer (Up to 5 cu. yds.)....$   21.59          14.80
     GROUP 8 - Euclid;
     Dumpster; Turnarocker;
     Ross Carrier; & Athey Wagon.$   21.64          14.80
     GROUP 9 - Agitator &
     Mixer (Over 5 cu. yds.).....$   21.67          14.80
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                      Page 103 of 114

     GROUP 10 - Lowboy Trailer;
     Winch; Fork & Distributor
     (Front & Back End); &
     Truck Crane.................$ 21.94            14.80
     GROUP 11 - A-Frame..........$ 22.01            14.80
     Group 12 - Mechanic.........$ 22.04            14.80
----------------------------------------------------------------

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)).

----------------------------------------------------------------

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.

----------------------------------------------------------------

                   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
          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.
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                      Page 104 of 114

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.


================================================================

                  END OF GENERAL DECISION




GD PA20080038
General Decision Number: PA100038 02/18/2011 PA38

Superseded General Decision Number: PA20080038

State: Pennsylvania

Construction Type: Building

Counties: Cambria and Somerset Counties in Pennsylvania.


BUILDING ERECTION AND FOUNDATION EXCAVATION PROJECTS (does not
include single family homes and apartments up to and including
4 stories) EXCLUDING SEWAGE AND WATER TREATMENT PLAT PROJECTS


Modification Number Publication Date
     0        03/12/2010
     1        03/26/2010
     2        05/28/2010
     3        06/04/2010
     4        06/11/2010
     5        06/25/2010
     6        07/02/2010
     7        08/06/2010
     8        08/13/2010
     9        10/08/2010
     10       10/15/2010
     11       12/03/2010
     12       01/21/2011
     13       01/28/2011
     14        02/18/2011

BOIL0154-001 06/01/2009

                         Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 36.70                  20.82
----------------------------------------------------------------
 BRPA0009-003 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 25.86                14.16
----------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                     W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                        Page 105 of 114

CARP0900-002 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

CARPENTER
    (Including Drywall
    Hanging) and LATHERS........$ 25.33                      10.11
----------------------------------------------------------------
 ELEC0005-011 12/24/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 35.26                19.36
----------------------------------------------------------------
* ENGI0066-017 07/01/2008

                         Rates          Fringes

Power equipment operators:
  Backhoes; Cranes-rough
  terrain and similar;
  Cranes Tower (mobile),
  Cranes Tower
  (stationary,climbing
  type); Cranes (excluding
  overhead) (truck, crawler,
  or pedestal type; Cranes-
  hydraulic self contained
  Wagon Crane; Forklift.......$ 24.565       12.07
  OILERS......................$ 20.34  12.07

CRANE OPERATORS AND OILERS:


 * Cranes with Boom or Mast length (including jib) 100 ft or
 over shall be paid an additional $.50 per hour for each
 50-foot increment of additional boom and/or jib length)

 ** Rough Terrain Cranes with Boom or Mast length (including
 jib) 101 ft or over shall be paid an Additional $.50 per
 hour for each 50-foot increment of additional boom and/or
 jib length)

 Note: An additional $1.25 per hour (not counting boom pay)
 shall be paid for any crane (excluding overhead cranes)
 rated 100 ton or over.

 * Oilers on Truck Cranes: less than 50 ton shall receive $.10
 over the Oiler's base rate; 50 ton up to 100 ton rated
 capacity shall be paid an additional $.25 per hour over the
 Class III base rate; 100 ton and over shall be paid an
 additional $1.00 per hour over the Class III base rate.

  General Note: Hazardous Material Sites Level C & D receive
  $1.00 per hour premium for all classifications and Levels A
  & B receive $2.50 premium for all classifications
----------------------------------------------------------------
* IRON0003-004 09/01/2010

CAMBRIA COUNTY

                         Rates          Fringes

IRONWORKER.......................$ 30.03                 22.55
    Pre-Engineered Metal
    Building....................$ 17.40          7.42
----------------------------------------------------------------
 IRON0568-001 05/01/2010
                                                                                    W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                                       Page 106 of 114

SOMERSET COUNTY

                         Rates          Fringes

Ironworkers: (STRUCTURAL AND
REINFORCING).....................$ 26.23                 14.05
----------------------------------------------------------------
 LABO0910-002 07/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Laborers:
    Mason Tender................$ 18.76              10.20
    Unskilled...................$ 18.61         10.20
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0057-002 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

DRYWALL FINISHER/TAPER...........$ 24.55                            13.65
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PAIN0057-011 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Painters:
    Brush, Roller and Spray.....$ 25.28                  13.34
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAS0031-010 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 20.97               9.94
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLAS0526-009 07/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 24.60                                    11.89
----------------------------------------------------------------
 PLUM0354-006 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Plumbers and Pipefitters.........$ 30.14                 18.73
----------------------------------------------------------------
 SFPA0669-001 04/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

SPRINKLER FITTER.................$ 33.35                    18.10
----------------------------------------------------------------
* SHEE0012-005 01/01/2011

                         Rates          Fringes

Sheet metal worker...............$ 31.18              19.18
----------------------------------------------------------------
  SUPA1997-001 01/10/1997

                         Rates          Fringes

Landscape Laborer................$ 13.83                5.22

Power equipment operators:
  Bulldozers..................$ 18.03 7.76
  Graders, Pavers.............$ 16.00    6.86
  Graders.....................$ 16.00 6.86
  Loaders, Mechanics..........$ 18.03      7.76
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

                                                                      Page 107 of 114

   Rollers.....................$ 16.16         7.29

ROOFER, Including Built Up,
Composition and Single Ply
Roofs............................$ 18.40       5.90

TILE SETTER......................$ 17.48               7.11

TRUCK DRIVER
    Dump........................$ 15.85          4.63
    Tri-axle....................$ 15.51         4.03
----------------------------------------------------------------

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)).

----------------------------------------------------------------

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.

----------------------------------------------------------------

              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
                 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.
                                                                   W911S1-11-T-0178

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             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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     END OF GENERAL DECISION




GD PA20080003
General Decision Number: PA100003 03/18/2011 PA3

Superseded General Decision Number: PA20080003

State: Pennsylvania

Construction Type: Building

County: Erie County in Pennsylvania.

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS (does not include residential
construction 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        05/07/2010
     3        06/04/2010
     4        06/25/2010
     5        07/16/2010
     6        08/06/2010
     7        08/13/2010
     8        10/08/2010
     9        10/15/2010
     10       12/31/2010
     11       01/14/2011
     12       02/18/2011
     13       03/18/2011

ASBE0002-004 08/01/2009

                      Rates    Fringes

Asbestos Workers/Insulator
(Includes application of all
insulating materials,
protective coverings,
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coatings & finishings to all
types of mechanical systems)....$ 29.88                    19.11
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 BOIL0744-001 07/01/2008

                         Rates          Fringes

BOILERMAKER......................$ 35.34                  18.48
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 BRPA0009-036 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

MARBLE FINISHER..................$ 19.52                    11.23
TERRAZZO FINISHER................$ 26.90                      13.74
TILE FINISHER....................$ 21.12                11.23
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* BRPA0009-041 11/01/2010

CRAWFORD and ERIE Counties

                         Rates          Fringes

BRICKLAYER.......................$ 25.30                15.16
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 CARP0081-001 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Carpenter, Soft Floor Layer &
Lather...........................$ 26.23       11.08
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 CARP2235-001 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

MILLWRIGHT.......................$ 34.42                15.02
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 ELEC0056-002 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

ELECTRICIAN......................$ 26.40                18.25
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 ELEC1319-002 08/31/2008

                         Rates          Fringes

Line Construction:
    Groundman...................$ 24.53             17.13
    Heavy Equipment Operator....$ 39.19                      17.13
    Lineman.....................$ 39.57          17.13
    Truck Driver................$ 25.72            17.13
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 ELEV0006-001 01/01/2011

                         Rates          Fringes

ELEVATOR MECHANIC................$ 41.13                       21.985

 FOOTNOTE: A. 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.

 B. Eight Paid Holidays (provided employee has worked 5
 consecutive days before and the working day after the
 holiday): New Years's Day; Memorial Day; Independence Day;
 Labor Day; Veteran's Day; Thanksgiving Day and the Friday
 after Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
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 ENGI0066-003 05/01/2004

                         Rates          Fringes

Power equipment operators:
  GROUP 1.....................$ 23.09            10.53+a
  GROUP 2.....................$ 23.38            10.53+a
  GROUP 3.....................$ 23.65            10.53+a
  GROUP 4.....................$ 23.93            10.53+a
  GROUP 5.....................$ 22.42            10.53+a
  GROUP 6.....................$ 20.04            10.53+a
  GROUP 7.....................$ 20.33            10.53+a
  GROUP 8.....................$ 20.81            10.53+a

POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Asphalt Plant Operator, Athey Loader, Auger-truck
 or tractor mount, Auto Grader (CMI or similar), Backhoe,
 Backhoe cage or similar type with 180 degree swing, Backhoe
 CAT 225 or similar type or smaller with 360 degree swing,
 Backhoe CAT 235 or similar type with 360 degree swing,
 Back-filling machine, Batch Plant when conveyors are used
 for direct feed, Batch plant, Bulldozer, Cablelayer,
 Cable-way, Caisson Drill, Central Mix Plant, Compactor with
 blade, Crane-overhead, Crane (hydraulic truck cranes 35 ton
 and under) Crane (hydraulic truck cranes 35 ton and over),
 Cranes (rough terrain & similar over 50 ton), Cranes -
 rough terrain & similar 50 ton and under, Cranes (excluding
 overhead) (Truck, Crawler or Pedestal type), Cranes Tower
 (Stationary) (Climbing type) (use of oiler to be discussed
 at pre-job, Cranes-Hy-draulic self-contained Wagon Crane
 (Under 50 ton requires no oiler), Crushing & Screening
 Plant, Derrick-Traveler (self propelled), Derrick (all
 types) (when assistance is needed it will be an oiler or
 apprentice, Derrick Boats, Dragline, Dredge, Drill-Davey or
 similar type, Drill-Core (truck or skid mounted),
 Drill-Self Propelled & Self contained, Drill-Well
 Horizontal, Elevator (New buildings), Excavating Equipment
 (all other), Forklift- Lull or Similar, Franki or Similar
 type pile driven); Gradall, (other than remote control),
 Gradall-remote control, Grader, Grader-Elevating,
 Greaser-Equipment (Head), Helicopter (when used for
 erection purposes), Helicopter hoist operators (when used
 for erection purposes), Hi-Lift, Hoist (2 drums or more in
 one unit), Hoist Hod (2 cages up to 10 floors); Hoist (50
 ft. or over) (stacks, stoves or furnaces, Hoist (slipform
 jobs), Hydraulic boom truck, Jumbo Operator, Kocal,
 Koehring Scooper, Locomotive, Metro chip Harvester (or
 similar type), Mix Mobile or similar type (with
 self-loading attachment), Mix Mobile or similar type, Mixer
 Paving, Mucking Machine (Tunnel), Multiple Bowl Machines,
 Paver Operator-Asphalt (spreader), Pile Driver (Sonic or
 Similar type); Pipe Bending, Post Driver-Guardrail (truck
 mounted or skid type), Pump crete-Mobile or similar type,
 Pumpcrete or similar type (not self propelled), Pumpcrete
 machine operator (stationary) Scoop (single bowl) (Self
 powered & tractor drawn), Shovels (all types), Slip form
 paver (CMI or similar), Spreader-concrete, asphalt and
 stone, Tire repairman (when assigned to job), Tower mobile
 (hoisting or lowering material), Tractors-boom mounted (all
 types with hydraulic backhoe attached), Trencher Tug Boat,
 Vermeer Saw, Welder (repairman), Whirley

 GROUP 2: Cranes (hydraulic truck cranes with jib), Cranes -
 rough terrain & similar 50 ton and under with jib, Cranes
 (boom or mast 100 ft. or over up to and including 150ft.)
 (Truck, Crawler or Pedestal type), Cranes Mobile (any type
 15 ton or over placed on any building structures), Hoist
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                                                                      Page 111 of 114

 Hod (2 cages over 10 floors), Hoist-single cage with
 Chicago boom attached, Engineer-Lead or Assistant

 GROUP 3: Cranes (Boom or mast over 150 ft. Up to and
 including 200 ft.) (Truck, Crawler or Pedestal Type)

 GROUP 4: Cranes (Boom or mast over 200 ft.) (Truck, Crawler
 or Pedestal Type)

 GROUP 5: Ballast Regulator; Boat-Material or personnel
 carrying (powered); Boiler; Boring Machine; Broom (CMI or
 Similar); Broom power (except push type); Compressor-single
 or with any of the following: Air Tugger, Air Pump, Gunite
 Machine, Sand Blasting Machine; Concrete Belt Placer;
 Conveyor 1 to 4 units (regardless of power used) Conveyor
 more than 4 units (when set up, moved or operated); Crane
 (carry); Curb builder (self propelled; Finish Machine &
 Spreader (concrete); Forklifts (ridden or self-propelled);
 Form Line Machine; Generators (over 5 KW); Gravel Vac or
 similar; Grout Pump; Heaters-up to and including 6; Hoist
 (monorail) (regardless of power used); Hoist-one drum
 (buildings 4 floors or more; Hoist Roof (regardless of
 power used); Huck machine or similar type; Jack Motor
 hydraulic (single type) power driven; Ladavator; Lift slab
 machine (hydraulic); Mixer Concrete (regardless of power
 used); Mixer mortar (over 10 cu.ft.); Mulching Machine;
 Pavement Breaker (self propelled or ridden); Pin Puller
 (powered); Pipe cleaning machine; Pipe Dream; Plant
 (private or industrial air or steam valve); Pulverizer;
 Pump (regardless of power used); roller; Refrigeration
 Plant; Ross Carrier (or similar type); Saw (concrete);
 Seeding Machine; Soil Stabilizer (pump type); Spray Cure
 Machine (power driven); Spreader side delivery shoulder
 (attachment); Steam Jenny (or similar type); Stone Crusher;
 Stone spreader (self-propelled); Syphon (steam or air); Tie
 Tamper (multiple heads); Tractor (farm when used for
 landscaping); Tractors (when used for snaking and hauling);
 Truck (winch) (when hoisting and placing); Tube Finisher
 (CMI or similar type); Tugger; Water Blaster; Well Point
 Systems

 GROUP 6: Brakeman, Deckhand, Helicopter, Signalman, Oiler,
 Compressor (single 125 CFM & under); Elevator alterations
 and remodeling

GROUP 7: Crane Truck Oiler and Fireman

GROUP 8: Oiler-Truck Crane 50 ton and over

FOOTNOTE FOR POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS:

  a. Employer contributes 8% basic hourly rate for 5 years or
  more of service, 6% basic hourly rate for 6 months to 5
  years of service as Vacation Pay Credit.Paid Holidays: New
  Year's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day,
  Thanksgiving Day, Friday after Thanksgiving Day and
  Christmas Day.
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 IRON0348-003 06/01/2009

                         Rates          Fringes

IRONWORKER.......................$ 25.33                 20.17
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 LABO0603-001 05/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Laborers:
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                                                                       Page 112 of 114

    Common Laborer..............$ 20.66                 10.71
    Mason Tender; Plasterer
    Tender; Toxic, Hazardous
    Waste Removal, Asbestos
    Abatement; Marble,
    Terrazzo, and Tile
    Finishers...................$ 21.16         10.71
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 PAIN0057-013 05/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Painters:........................$ 20.27        12.30
  Brush & Roller
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 PAIN0751-004 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

GLAZIER..........................$ 24.88            6.10
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 PLAS0031-003 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

PLASTERER........................$ 21.25              12.00
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 PLUM0047-003 05/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Plumber and Steamfitter..........$ 33.38                  17.05
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 ROOF0210-001 06/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

ROOFER, Including Built Up,
Composition and Single Ply
Roofs............................$ 23.65      11.99
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 SFPA0669-001 04/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

SPRINKLER FITTER.................$ 33.35                    18.10
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 SHEE0012-002 01/01/2011

                         Rates          Fringes

Sheet metal worker...............$ 31.18              19.18
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  SUPA1988-002 05/01/1988

                         Rates          Fringes

CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER...$ 12.96
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 TEAM0040-003 01/01/2010

                         Rates          Fringes

Truck drivers:
  GROUP 1.....................$ 24.98         $12.04+a+b
  GROUP 2.....................$ 25.13         $12.11+a+b
  GROUP 3.....................$ 25.64         $12.37+a+b

 FOOTNOTES: A. Hazardous/toxic waste material/work level A&B
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                                                                      Page 113 of 114

 receive additional $2.50 per hoiur above classification rate

 B. Hazardous/toxic waste materials/Work level C & D receive
 $1.00 per hour above classification

TRUCK DRIVER CLASSIFICATIONS

 GROUP 1: Single Axle (2 axles including steering axle);
 Includes partsmam and warehousemam

 GROUP 2: Tandem - Tri-Axle - Semi-Tractor Trailer
 (combination) (3 axles or more including steering axle)

  GROUP 3: Specialty Vehicles; Heavy equipment whose capacity
  exceeds that for which state licenses are issued
  specifically refers to units in excess of eight (8) feet
  width (such asEuclids, Atley Wagon, Payloder, Tournawagons,
  and similar eqauipment when not self loaded); Tar and
  Asphalt Distributors Trucks, Heavy Duty Trailer, such as
  Low Boy, High Boy
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WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing
operation to which welding is incidental.
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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
                 U.S. Department of Labor
                 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W.
                 Washington, DC 20210
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                                                                      Page 114 of 114


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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     END OF GENERAL DECISION

				
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