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You are invited to submit your bid for the Gannon Mechanical Room 129 Electrical & Hot Water
Heating System Installation, in accordance with the enclosed specifications entitled: LANSING
COMMUNITY COLLEGE– GANNON MECHANICAL ROOM 129 ELECTRICAL & HOT
WATER HEATING SYSTEM INSTALLATION, BID #50201-670-11EL.

RETURN BID
BY MAIL OR
IN PERSON TO:            Evelyn Lynn                          If sent by Overnight Carrier:
                         7130 - Purchasing Department         Gannon Building, Dock #1
                         Lansing Community College            411 N. Grand Avenue, Rm#104
                         P.O. Box 40010                       Lansing, MI. 48933
                         309 N. Washington Sq, Rm 214
                         Lansing MI 48901-7210

A NON-MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING WILL BE HELD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,
2010 AT 1:00 P.M. TO REVIEW THE PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS, AT
LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE, WASHINGTON COURT PLACE – 309 N.
WASHINGTON SQUARE, ROOM 214. The Main Campus map is located at link:
http://www.lcc.edu/maps/campus.aspx

BID MUST BE RECEIVED BY 2:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2010 at
WASHINGTON COURT PLACE – 309 N. WASHINGTON SQUARE, ROOM 214. NO BID
RECEIVED AFTER THIS TIME WILL BE CONSIDERED AND WILL BE RETURNED
UNOPENED. LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR ANY BID RECEIVED AFTER THE APPOINTED TIME.

ALL ADDENDUMS WILL BE ISSUED THROUGH THE LCC PURCHASING OFFICE.

ANYONE INTERESTED IN OBTAINING A COPY OF THE BIDDING DOCUMENTS FOR
THIS PROJECT IS TO GO TO LCC PURCHASING WEBSITE LOCATED, AT THIS
ADDRESS: http://www.lcc.edu/purchasing/supplier_information/index.aspx (if unable to click
on this link, copy and paste it into the internet URL address). THE 2ND PARAGRAPH ON OUR
SITE HAS A LINK TO MICHIGAN BUYERS, CLICK ON THE LINK AND IT WILL
DIRECT YOU TO THE LIST OF LCC BIDS AND PROPOSALS POSTED ON MICHIGAN
BUYERS. IF YOUR COMPANY HAS NOT REGISTERED ON THE MICHIGAN BUYERS
SITE, YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER PRIOR TO VIEWING THE ACTUAL BIDS OR
PROPOSALS. THIS REGISTRATION IS FREE. ONCE REGISTERED, YOU WILL BE
ABLE TO VIEW AND PRINT THE BIDDING DOCUMENTS, INCLUDING
SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS. If you have any difficulties locating this site, please call
Diane at 517-483-1785.
THOSE WISHING TO PURCHASE DRAWING/TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SHEETS
MAY CONTACT COMMERCIAL BLUEPRINT, INC. AT 517-372-8360, located at 416 N.
Cedar Street, Lansing, MI 48912.

Or go to the STATE OF MICHIGAN BID SYSTEM directly as follows:

STEP 1: Go to www.bid4michigan.com

You will see the following message:

The State of Michigan Bid System

Welcome to the State of Michigan Bid System (Bid4Michigan.com)! Department of Management and
Budget (DMB) Purchasing Operations has implemented this system for faster and easier posting and
notification of bid information to the public.

Companies interested in doing business with the State will have access to all State Department and
many Community College bid information from this website. This system provides instant access to all
of our Bids, RFI's, RFP's, Quotes, Addenda and Awards online. In addition to DMB Purchasing
Operations, other departments are expected to join in the future, so stay with us to watch us grow!

Effective Monday, November 17, 2008, vendors must register to access open solicitation information,
by clicking on the "Vendor Registration" link above. If you need assistance when registering, please
click here to contact IPT. IPT provides all customer and technical support for the State of Michigan
Bid System (Bid4Michigan.com) and will be happy to assist you during normal business hours (8:00
A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Eastern Time).

We look forward to providing our vendors with more bid information, with less paperwork, and an
easier method of doing business with us. We are excited about implementing this system and look
forward to your participation.

STEP 2: Vendors must select a registration option before they will receive access to bid opportunities.
Your choices are:

1. Email Notification Services for $49.95 per year.

2. Search Only Access for free. (Note:
Some bids require electronic submission
of bid responses and you must be
registered for Email Notification in order
to submit a bid electronically).

Note: This purchasing system is utilized by government agencies, and as such, requires all companies
or individuals to submit truthful and accurate information when registering in the Bid4Michigan.com
vendor database. If your company is a reseller of bid information, you may not register on this system.

STEP 3: Once you have successfully registered, you will be able to view a listing of all bid
opportunities. They are identified by DOCUMENT TITLE, BID STATUS INFO (you can view bid
details here), PREQUALIFICATION (if any is required), AND DEADLINE.
If you require assistance, please call IPT at (800) 677-1997, Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. - 8:00
P.M. Eastern Time. Please ask for the e-Procurement Support Department at Extension 214.

On the outside of your envelope, include the following:

   1. Bidder's name and complete address
   2. Bid Package Description and Number
   3. Notation "Bid Enclosed"


Technical questions regarding the work described in this proposal as indicated within the attached
bidding documents should be directed, in writing, to:

                                Scott Laubenthal, DLZ Michigan, Inc.
                                            Lansing, MI
                                           (517)393-6800
                                  email: slaubenthal@dlzcorp.com


                               Tim Martz, Manager of Field Operations
                                Facilities/Physical Plant Department
                                   Lansing Community College
                                           (517) 483-1807
                                       Email: martzt@lcc.edu


Administrative questions related to the Bidding Process should be directed to:

                                         Evelyn Lynn
                                    Purchasing Department
                                  Lansing Community College
                                        (517) 483-1726
                             PREFERABLY via email: lynne@lcc.edu

Sincerely,

LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE




Evelyn Lynn
Services Buyer
Purchasing Department
                      INVITATION FOR BID
                      AND SPECIFICATIONS

                        #50201-670-10EL

                             FOR

GANNON MECHANICAL RM 129-ELECTRICAL & HOT WATER HEATING SYSTEM
                         INSTALLATION

                 LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE

                      LANSING, MICHIGAN



                      PURCHASING OFFICE

                        SEPTEMBER 2010
                                                                          INDEX
  ______________________________________________________________________________
INVITATION FOR BID

INSTRUCTIONS TO SUPPLIERS

BID FORMS (All pages titled “Bid Forms”)

PREVAILING WAGE RATES

PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT (PLA)

LOCATIONAL MAP - located at link:

Main Campus: http://www.lcc.edu/maps/campus.aspx

SPECIFICATIONS:
01000     LCC General Requirements

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: DLZ Michigan, Inc.
VOLUME NO. 1: Bidding Requirements and Contract Requirements
DIVISION 01 – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
011000     Summary
012100     Allowances
012500     Substitution Procedures
012600     Contract Modification Procedures
012900     Payment Procedures
013100     Project Management and Coordination
013200     Construction Progress Documentation
013300     Submittal Procedures
014000     Quality Requirements
015000     Temporary Facilities and Controls
017300     Execution
017329     Cutting and Patching
017700     Closeout Procedures
017823     Operation and Maintenance Data
017839     Project Record Documentation

FACILITY CONSTRUCTION:

DIVISION 8 – OPENINGS
081113      Hollow Metal Doors & Frames
087100      Door Hardware

DIVISION 9 – FINISHES
099123      Interior Painting
099600      High-Performance Coatings
                                                                          INDEX
  ______________________________________________________________________________
FACILITY SERVICES:

DIVISION 21 – FIRE SUPPRESSION
211000     Water-Based Fire-Suppression Systems

DIVISION 22 - PLUMBING
220500     Common Work Results For Plumbing
220519     Meters And Gages For Plumbing Piping
220523     General-Duty Valves For Plumbing Piping
220529     Hangers & Supports For Plumbing Piping & Equipment
220553     Identification For Plumbing Piping & Equipment
220700     Plumbing Insulation
221116     Domestic Water Piping
221119     Domestic Water Piping Specialties
221123     Domestic Water Pumps
223500     Domestic Water Heat Exchanger Package
224000     Plumbing Fixtures

DIVISION 23 – HEATING VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING
230500      Common Work Results For HVAC
230523      General-Duty Valves For HVAC Piping
230529      Hangers & Supports For HVAC Piping & Equipment
230553      Identification For HVAC Piping & Equipment
230593      Testing, Adjusting & Balancing For HVAC
230700      HVAC Insulation
230900      Instrumentation & Controls For HVAC
230993      Sequence Of Operations For HVAC Controls
232213      Steam & Condensate Heating Piping
233113      Metal Ducts
233300      Duct Accessories
233423      HVAC Power Ventilators
233713      Diffusers, Registers And Grilles

DIVISION 26 - ELECTRICAL
260010      Basic Electrical Requirements
260500      Common Work Results For Electrical
260513      Medium-Voltage Cables
260519      Low-Voltage Electrical Power Conductors & Cables
260526      Grounding & Bonding For Electrical Systems
260529      Hangers & Supports For Electrical Systems
260533      Raceway & Boxes For Electrical Systems
260536      Cable Trays For Electrical Systems
260553      Identification For Electrical Systems
261116      Secondary Unit Substations
262413      Switchboards
262416      Panelboards
                                                                          INDEX
  ______________________________________________________________________________
262813       Fuses
262923       Variable-Frequency Motor Controllers
265100       Interior Lighting

DIVISION 28 – ELECTRONIC SAFETY & SECURITY
283111      Digital, Addressable Fire-Alarm System

INDEX OF DRAWINGS
COVER SHEET
G1.0      General Information Sheet

Architectural
AD1.0 First Floor Demolition Plan
A1.0 First Floor Plan, Schedule & Details

Mechanical
M1.0 Plumbing Symbols, Notes And Abbreviations
M3.0 Partial First Floor Plan – Piping Demolition
M3.1 Partial First Floor Plan – HVAC Demolition
M4.0 Partial First Floor Plan – Piping New
M4.1 Partial First Floor Plan – HVAC New

Electrical
E1.0 Symbols, Abbreviations, Notes And Schedules
E3.0 Basement Level Demolition Plan
E3.1 Partial First Floor Demolition Plan
E3.2 Partial First Floor Demolition Plan
E4.0 Partial First Floor Lighting Plan
E5.0 Basement Level Power Plan (Reference Only)
E5.1 Partial First Floor Power Plan
E5.2 Partial First Floor Power Plan
E5.3 Second Floor Power Plan (Reference Only)
E5.4 Third Floor Power Plan (Reference Only)
E5.5 Fourth Floor Power Plan (Reference Only)
E6.0 Existing Campus Primary Electrical Riser Diagram
E6.1 Revised Campus Primary Electrical Riser Diagram
E6.2 Existing Electrical Riser Diagram – GB – “Sub-B”
E6.3 Revised Electrical Riser Diagram – GB – “Sub-B”
E7.0 Enlarged Electrical Room
                                                                    INSTRUCTIONS TO VENDORS

ARTICLE 1                   LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE & REPRESENTATIVE

1.1          The word “Owner” and/or the word “College” shall be interpreted to mean Lansing
             Community College.

1.2          The representative for Lansing Community College shall be Evelyn Lynn, Services
             Buyer, Lansing Community College Purchasing Office.

1.3          The successful Contractor will have an excellent record for providing specified services,
             and will be selected on the basis of their total bid offering.

ARTICLE 2                           BIDDER'S REPRESENTATION

2.1          Each bidder, by submitting a bid, represents that the bidder has read and understands the
             bidding documents, has visited the site and is familiar with the local conditions under
             which the work is to be performed and has made his own estimate of the difficulties
             attending the performance and completion of the work.

ARTICLE 3                           RIGHT TO ACCEPT AND REJECT BIDS

3.1          Lansing Community College reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to accept other
             than the low bid, and to waive any informalities, irregularities and/or errors in any bid
             received.

3.2          This Invitation for Bid in no manner obligates the College to the eventual contract for any
             items described, implied, or which may be proposed, until confirmed by written
             agreement and may be terminated by the College without penalty or obligation at any
             time prior the signing of a contract.

3.3          The bidder acknowledges the right of the Owner to reject any or all bids and to waive any
             informality or irregularity in any bid received. In addition, the bidder recognizes the right
             of the Owner to reject a bid:

             a)     If the bidder fails to furnish or submit the data required by the bidding documents

             b)     If the bid is in any way incomplete or irregular

             c)     If the bidder's performance as a contractor was unsatisfactory under a prior
                    contract for the construction, repair, modification, or demolition of a facility with
                    the Owner.

             d)     For known poor performance on prior contracts with parties other than the Owner.

             e)     For inadequate financial condition.




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3.4          It is the intent of the Owner, if accepting any alternates, to do so in such a manner
             as the Owner deems in its own best interest. The Owner shall have the right to accept
             alternates in any order or combination and to determine the low Bidder on the basis of the
             sum of the base bid and the alternates accepted (including voluntary alternates).

3.5          It is the intent of the Owner to award a contract to the lowest responsible bidder provided
             the bid has been submitted in accordance with the requirements of the bidding
             documents, and does not exceed the funds available.

3.6          Bidders to whom award of a contract is under consideration shall submit to the College
             upon request, a properly executed Contractor’s Qualification Statement, which is part of
             the bid forms in this bid.

3.7          Upon request by the College, Bidder shall submit within 24 hours, a complete list of all
             subcontractors, vendors and suppliers to be used on the project. Subcontractors and
             suppliers must be satisfactory to the College.

ARTICLE 4                          BID SUBMISSION PROCEDURES

4.1          Bids are to include all information as stated in Article 4 of the General Requirements.

4.2          Expenses for developing and presenting bids shall be the entire responsibility of the
             contractor and shall not be chargeable to the College.

4.3          Three (3) copies of the bid shall be submitted to the Purchasing Office, clearly marked
             on the outside of the package with contractor’s name and address; and REQUEST FOR
             BID #50201-670-10EL, GANNON MECHANICAL RM 129-ELECTRICAL & HOT
             WATER HEATING SYSTEM INSTALLATION.

4.4          BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN 2:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY,
             SEPTEMBER 29, 2010, IN THE PURCHASING OFFICE OF LANSING
             COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ROOM 214 OF THE WASHINGTON COURT
             PLACE BUILDING, 309 N. WASHINGTON SQUARE, LANSING, MI., 48933.
             FAXED BIDS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.

4.5          NO BID RECEIVED AFTER THIS TIME WILL BE CONSIDERED. LANSING
             COMMUNITY COLLEGE CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY BID
             RECEIVED AFTER THE APPOINTED TIME. THE SUPPLIER SHALL
             ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE TIMELY DELIVERY OF THE
             BID AT THE DESIGNATED LOCATION FOR RECEIPT OF BIDS.

4.6          The College will clarify or correct any questions by the issuance of an Addendum to all
             contractors recorded in the Lansing Community College Purchasing Office as having in
             their possession a set of Bid Documents.




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ARTICLE 5                          PRE-BID CONFERENCE – IS NOT MANDATORY

5.1          A PRE-BID CONFERENCE TO DISCUSS THE PROPOSALS WILL BE HELD AT 1:00
             P.M. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2010, AT LANSING COMMUNITY
             COLLEGE – WASHINGTON COURT PLACE BUILDING, ROOM 214, 309 N.
             WASHINGTON SQUARE, LANSING, MI, 48933. BIDDERS MAY ATTEND THE
             PRE-BID CONFERENCE AND THE INSPECTION OF THE PROJECT SITE IN
             ORDER TO REVIEW THE PROJECT SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS.
             THE PRE-BID CONFERENCE IS NOT MANDATORY.

5.2          REPRESENTATIVES FROM EACH BIDDER MAY ATTEND THE MEETING AT
             WASHINGTON COURT PLACE BUILDING, ROOM 214, 309 N. WASHINGTON
             SQUARE, LANSING, MI., 48933, AND ATTEND BOTH THE PRE-BID
             CONFERENCE AND THE INSPECTION OF THE PROJECT SITE AT THE TIME
             AND DATE DESIGNATED IN ORDER TO REVIEW THE PROJECT
             SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS.

5.3          IN ADDITION, EACH BIDDER SHALL EXAMINE THE PROJECT SITE
             DESCRIBED WITHIN THE PROPOSAL AND MAKE ALL NECESSARY
             INVESTIGATIONS AS REQUIRED TO INFORM ITSELF THOROUGHLY AND
             COMPLETELY AS TO AREAS FOR DELIVERY AND STORAGE OF
             MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT AS REQUIRED BY THE BIDDING
             DOCUMENTS. BIDDERS SHALL COMPLETE SUCH EXAMINATIONS
             PRIOR TO 11:00 A.M, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2010. Arrangements are to
             be made through the Physical Plant Department at (517) 483-1808 for individual
             inspections.

5.4          Any questions regarding the Invitation for Bid (IFB) may be raised at this Conference. No
             statements or comments made during the PRE-BID CONFERENCE concerning the
             Proposals shall modify the IFB unless specified by written Addendum to all Bidders.

5.5          Only such corrections or addenda as are issued in writing by the Coordinator of Purchasing
             to all Bidders shall become a part of the IFB or subsequent Contract.

5.6          Should a Bidder find apparent discrepancies in, or omissions from the Contract Documents,
             or should there be any ambiguity as to the intent or other clarification required regarding
             work or materials intended that has not been officially answered, such Bidder shall submit,
             to the Buyer of Purchasing, a written request for an interpretation thereof.
                                    Evelyn Lynn
                                    7130 - Purchasing Department
                                    Lansing Community College
                                    610 Capitol Avenue
                                    Room 106, P.O. Box 40010
                                    Lansing, MI 48901-7210

             The person submitting the request shall be responsible for its prompt delivery and such
             request shall be to the Purchasing Department no later than 1:00 P.M, WEDNESDAY,
             SEPTEMBER 22, 2010.

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ARTICLE 6                   BID SECURITY – IT IS REQUIRED ON THIS BID

6.1          If so stipulated in the Advertisement or Invitation to Bid, each bid shall be accompanied
             by a Bid Security in an amount of not less than 5% of the total base bid sum pledging that
             the Bidder will enter into a Contract with the College on the terms stated in the bidding
             documents. Certified checks are acceptable in lieu of a bid bond. Checks should be
             made payable to Lansing Community College.

6.2          The bonding firm must be licensed to do business in the State of Michigan. The bonds
             are to be made out to the College.

6.3          The College will have the right to retain the Bid Security of Bidders under consideration
             until either (a) the Contract has been executed and bonds have been furnished, or (b) the
             specified time has elapsed so that Bids may be withdrawn, or (c) all Bids have been
             rejected.

6.4          The amount of the bid security shall be forfeited to the College upon failure of the
             successful Bidder to enter into a Contract within thirty (30) days after acceptance of the
             bid. Should the Bidder refuse to enter into a contract within the specified time period
             after acceptance, the amount of the bid security shall be forfeited to the College as
             liquidated damages, not as penalty.

ARTICLE 7 PERFORMANCE AND LABOR AND MATERIAL BONDS – WILL BE REQUIRED
          OF SELECTED CONTRACTOR

7.1          The Bidder shall, if requested by the College, within 15 days after the acceptance of any
             bid provide a performance bond and labor and material bond, each covering up to the full
             amount of the contract sum as security for the faithful performance of all work under the
             contract and payment of all charges in connection therewith is being issued. Cost of said
             bonds shall be included as part of lump sum base bid amount. The Bidder shall obtain
             such bonds in a manner consistent with Michigan law. Bonds signed by attorney-in-fact
             must be accompanied by a certified and effectively dated copy of their power of attorney.
             COST OF BONDS SHALL BE INCLUDED AS PART OF YOUR LUMP SUM
             BASE BID.

ARTICLE 8                                  ADDENDA

8.1          Any explanations of bids shall be issued in the form of an addendum.

8.2          All addenda issued during the bid time shall become part of the Contract Documents. A
             copy of the addendum shall be sent to all contractors. No verbal statements by the owner,
             Architect/Engineer, or the contractors shall be considered authoritative.

8.3          Each Bidder shall ascertain, prior to submitting a Bid, that he/she has received all
             Addenda issued and shall acknowledge their receipt on the Bid Form.



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ARTICLE 9                           WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS

9.1          A bid may not be modified, withdrawn or canceled by the contractor for a period of sixty-
             (60) days following the time and date designated for the receipt of Bids, and contractor so
             agrees in submitting his/her Bid.

9.2          Prior to the time and date designated for Receipt of Bids, Bids submitted early may be
             modified or withdrawn only by notice to the party receiving the Bids at the place and
             prior to the time designated for Receipt of Bids. Such notice shall be in writing or by
             telegram, over the signature of the contractor and must be received prior to date and time
             set for Receipt of Bids.

ARTICLE 10             EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY

10.1         All contractors shall execute their work in accordance with the Equal Opportunity and
             Nondiscrimination practices of the College. It is the policy of the College to afford equal
             opportunity and nondiscrimination regardless of race, color, sex, age, religion, national
             origin, creed, ancestry, familial status, marital status, height, weight, sexual orientation,
             disability or veteran's status or other status as protected by law.

ARTICLE 11                          LCC TOBACCO FREE POLICY

11.1         Contractor shall comply with Lansing Community College regulations, dated May 12,
             2008, which states “Lansing Community College’s downtown campus; East Campus and
             off-site learning centers; and West Campus (except in designated areas) are tobacco free.
             Tobacco use is permitted on non-LCC property and in private vehicles.”

ARTICLE 12                          PROTECTION OF WORK AND PROPERTY

12.1         The contractor shall be responsible to the Owner for the acts and omissions of all his/her
             employees and all Subcontractors, their agents and employees, and all other persons
             performing any of the work under a contract with the contractor.

12.2         The contractor shall continuously maintain adequate protection of all of his/her work
             from damage and shall protect the Owner’s property from damage or loss arising in
             connection with this Contract, and make good any such damage, injury or loss from
             whatever cause.

12.3         The contractor shall be responsible to ensure that vehicles of its employees and
             subcontractors are not on the Washington Mall area without the expressed permission of
             the College. Unauthorized vehicles will be ticketed, and towed if necessary.

ARTICLE 13                                          DEFINITIONS

13.1         All definitions set forth in the General Conditions of the Contract for Construction are
             applicable to these Instructions to Suppliers.


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13.2            Bidding documents include the Project Manual and all drawings issued for the purpose of
                preparing a bid.

13.3            Addenda are written or graphic instruments issued prior to the receipt of bids which
                modify or interpret the bidding documents, including drawings and specifications, by
                additions, deletions, clarifications or corrections.

13.4            As used in these Instructions to Suppliers, the term "bid" means a bid prepared and
                submitted as required herein.

13.5            The terms "Project Manager" and "Construction Manager" shall be considered
                interchangeable.

ARTICLE 14                 INDEMNIFICATION FOR LEGAL NON-COMPLIANCE

14.1            The contractor agrees to the Indemnification Language indicated below and shall also
                require all subcontractors retained on its behalf to execute this same agreement as part of the
                subcontractor agreement.

14.2            The contractor hereby agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Lansing Community
                College, its agents, officers, and employees from all liability, claims actions, causes of
                action, lawsuits, and demands, including attorneys fees and costs, fines and/or penalties
                arising out of or in any way related to the project. The foregoing agreement shall apply to
                all such liabilities, claims, actions, causes of action, lawsuits and demands where it is
                charged, alleged or proven that the contractor (or its agents or employees) was/were in any
                way at fault in causing or contributing to such injury, death or property damage (including,
                but not limited to personal injury or death of the contractor’s own employees). The
                contractor’s liability insurance policies shall contained contractual liability insurance
                coverage for the obligations in this section.

ARTICLE 15                              INSURANCE AND LIABILITY
15.1   General Conditions
   1. Contractor's Insurance Provisions: During the life of the contract and for a period of not less
      than 30 days after receipt of final payment, the contractor will provide, pay for, and maintain in
      full force and effect the insurance outlined here for coverages at not less than the prescribed
      minimum limits of liability, covering the contractor's activities, those of any and all
      subcontractors, or anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them, or by anyone for
      whose acts any of them may be liable.
       1.1     Certificates of Insurance:
             A. Before starting work, the contractor will give the owner a certificate of insurance
                completed by a duly authorized representative of their insurer certifying that at least the
                minimum coverages required here are in effect and specifying that the liability coverages
                are written on an occurrence form and that the coverages will not be canceled, non-
                renewed, or materially changed by endorsement or through issuance of other policy(ies)
                of insurance without 60 days advance written notice to:
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                                  Attn: Purchasing Office, MC-7130
                                           P.O. Box 40010
                                       Lansing, MI 48901-7210
            B. Failure of the owner to demand such certificate or other evidence of full compliance with
               these insurance requirements or failure of the owner to identify a deficiency from
               evidence provided will not be construed as a waiver of the contractor's obligation to
               maintain such insurance.
            C. The acceptance of delivery by the owner of any certificate of insurance evidencing the
               required coverages and limits does not constitute approval or agreement by the owner
               that the insurance requirements have been met or that the insurance policies shown in the
               certificates of insurance are in compliance with the requirements.
            D. The owner will have the right, but not the obligation, of prohibiting the contractor or any
               subcontractor from entering the project site until such certificates or other evidence that
               insurance has been placed in complete compliance with these requirements is received
               and approved by the owner.
            E. If the contractor fails to maintain the insurance as set forth here, the owner will have the
               right, but not the obligation, to purchase said insurance at the contractor's expense.
               Alternatively, the contractor's failure to maintain the required insurance may result in
               termination of this contract at owner's option.
            F. If any of the coverages are required to remain in force after final payment, an additional
               certificate evidencing continuation of such coverage will be submitted with the
               contractor's final invoice.
      1.2     Insurer Qualification: All insurance will be provided through companies authorized to do
              business in the state where the project is located and considered acceptable by the owner.
              In addition, certified copies of all insurance policies required will be provided to the owner
              within 10 days of owner's written request for those copies.
      1.3     Insurance Primary: All coverages required of the contractor will be primary over any
              insurance or self-insurance program carried by the owner.
      1.4     No Reduction or Limit of Obligation: By requiring insurance, the owner does not
              represent that coverage and limits will necessarily be adequate to protect the contractor.
              Insurance effected or procured by the contractor will not reduce or limit the contractor's
              contractual obligation to indemnify and defend the owner for claims or suits which result
              from or are connected with the performance of this contract.
      1.5     Additional Insured: To the extent commercially available at no additional cost, the policy
              or policies providing insurance as required, with the exception of professional liability (if
              applicable) and workers' compensation, will defend and include the owner and owner's
              architect, directors, officers, representatives, agents, and employees as additional insureds
              on a primary basis for work performed under or incidental to this contract. If the
              additional insured has other insurance applicable to the loss, it will be on an excess or
              contingent basis. The amount of contractor's insurance will not be reduced by the existence
              of such other insurance.
      1.6     Duration of Coverage: All required coverages will be maintained without interruption
              during the entire term of this contract plus an additional 3 years in products and completed
              operations coverage following final acceptance of the project by the owner or the architect.
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       1.7   Continuous Operation: The contractor's general liability insurance policy must be
             endorsed to reflect the fact that the owner and any tenants will continue to operate business
             activities at the premises during activities of the contractor and that no property used in
             connection with the owner and tenants' activities will be considered by the contractor's
             insurance company as being in the care, custody, or control of the contractor.
       1.8   Retroactive Date and Extended Reporting Period: If any insurance required here is to
             be issued or renewed on a claims-made form as opposed to the occurrence form, the
             retroactive date for coverage will be no later than the commencement date of the project
             and will state that in the event of cancellation or non-renewal, the discovery period for
             insurance claims (tail coverage) will be at least 36 months. .
       1.9   Subcontractors' Insurance: The contractor will cause each subcontractor employed by
             contractor to purchase and maintain insurance of the types specified below. When
             requested by the owner, the contractor will furnish copies of certificates of insurance
             evidencing coverage for each subcontractor.
       1.10 Joint Ventures: If the contractor is a joint venture involving 2 or more entities, then each
            independent entity will satisfy the limits and coverages specified here or the joint venture
            will be a named insured under each policy specified.
       1.11 Waiver of Subrogation: The contractor will require all insurance policies in any way
            related to the work and secured and maintained by the contractor to include clauses stating
            each underwriter will waive all rights of recovery, under subrogation or otherwise, against
            owner, architect/engineer, and all tiers of contractors or consultants engaged by them. The
            contractor will require of subcontractors, by appropriate written agreements, similar
            waivers each in favor of all parties enumerated in this section.
       1.12 Cooperation: The contractor and the owner agree to fully cooperate, participate, and
            comply with all reasonable requirements and recommendations of the insurers and
            insurance brokers issuing or arranging for issuance of the policies required here, in all
            areas of safety, insurance program administration, claim reporting and investigating, and
            audit procedures.
       1.13 Adjustment of Losses: Any loss insured under the policies required here will be adjusted
            by the contractor and the owner, as their interests may appear, and made payable to the
            contractor as trustee for the insureds as their interests may appear, subject to the
            requirements of any applicable mortgagee clause. The contractor, as trustee, will have the
            power to adjust and settle any loss with the insurers unless one of the parties in interest
            objects in writing within 5 days after the loss to the contractor's exercise of this power. If
            such objection is made, an arbitrator mutually acceptable to the parties in interest and the
            contractor will be chosen promptly. The contractor, as trustee, will in such case make
            settlement with the insurers in accordance with the directions of such arbitrator. If
            distribution of the insurance proceeds by arbitration is required, the arbitrators will direct
            such distribution.

15.2   Insurance Limits and Coverage

       2.1   To the extent applicable, the amounts and types of insurance will conform to the minimum
             terms, conditions, and coverages of Insurance Service Office (ISO) policies, forms, and
             endorsements.


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      2.2 If the contractor has any self-insured retentions or deductible under any of the following
          minimum required coverages, the contractor must identify on the certificate of insurance
          the nature and amount of such self-insured retentions or deductible and provide satisfactory
          evidence of financial responsibility for such obligations. All self-insured retentions or
          deductible will be the contractor's sole responsibility.
      2.3 Commercial General Liability: The contractor will maintain commercial general liability
          insurance covering all operations by or on behalf of the contractor on an occurrence basis
          against claims for personal injury (including bodily injury and death) and property damage
          (including loss of use). Such insurance will have these minimum limits and coverage:
          A. Minimum limits: $1,000,000 each occurrence
                                   $2,000,000 general aggregate with dedicated limits per project site
                                   $2,000,000 products and completed operations aggregate
          B. Coverages:            1. 1986 (or later) ISO commercial general liability form
                                      (occurrence form)
                                   2. Products and completed operations coverage maintained for at
                                       least 3 years
                                   3. Blanket contractual liability
                                   4. Broad form property damage
                                   5. Severability of interest
                                   6. Underground explosion and collapse coverage
                                   7. Personal injury
                                   8. Incidental medical malpractice
                                   9. Specific waiver of subrogation
                                   10. Joint venture as named insured
                                   11. Additional insured endorsement

      2.4   Automobile Liability: The contractor will maintain business auto liability covering liability
            arising out of any auto (including owned, hired, and non-owned autos).
            A. Minimum limits: $1,000,000 combined single limit each accident
            B. Coverages:            1. Additional insured endorsement
                                     2. Specific waiver of subrogation
                                     3. Contractual liability

      2.5   Workers' Compensation: The contractor will maintain workers' compensation and
            employer's liability insurance.
            A. Minimum limits: 1. Workers’ compensation – statutory limit
                                     2. Employer’s liability:
                                        a. $1,000,000 bodily injury for each accident
                                        b. $1,000,000 bodily injury by disease for each employee
                                        c. $1,000,000 bodily injury disease aggregate




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       2.6   Umbrella/Excess Liability: The contractor will maintain umbrella/excess liability
             insurance on an occurrence basis in excess of the underlying insurance described in sections
             2.3, 2.4, and 2.5 which is at least as broad as each and every one of the underlying policies.
             The amounts of insurance required in sections 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, and 2.6 may be satisfied by
             contractor purchasing coverage for the limits specified or by any combination of underlying
             and umbrella limits, so long as the total amount of insurance is not less than the limits
             specified in each of sections 2.3, 2.4, and 2.5 when added to the limit specified in this
             section 2.6.
             A. Minimum limits: $5,000,000 combined single limit and aggregate limit
             B. Coverages:            1. Additional insured endorsement
                                      2. Pay on behalf of wording
                                      3. Concurrency of effective dates with primary
                                      4. Blanket contractual liability
                                      5. Punitive damages coverage (where not prohibited by law)
                                      6. Aggregates: apply where applicable in primary
                                      7. Care, custody, and control – follow form primary
                                      8. Drop down feature

15.3    BIDDER’S CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE MUST BE COMPLETE AND CURRENT
        IN ORDER TO BE WORKING ON CAMPUS.


ARTICLE 16                            QUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS

16.1    Required, a Bidder shall submit to the College a properly executed Contractor's Qualification
        Statement, which is part of the Bid Forms.

16.2    To enable the Owner to evaluate the competency and financial responsibility of a Contractor, the
        bidder shall, when requested by the Owner, furnish the following information, which shall be
        sworn to, under oath by him, or by a properly authorized representative of the bidder.

              A.      The address and description of bidder’s plant and place of business.

              B.      Name and/or articles of co-partnership or incorporation.

              C.      Itemized list of equipment available for use on project.

              D.      A certified or authenticated financial statement dated within sixty (60) days prior to
                      the openings of bids. The Owner may require that any items of such statements be
                      further verified.

              E.      List of present contracts, including dollar values, percent of commission and names of
                      all Owners involved.

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             F.     A list of projects completed during the previous twelve (12) months, including
                    contract values and names of all related Owners involved.

             G.     Statement regarding any past, present, or pending litigation with an Owner.

             H.     Such additional information may be required that will satisfy the Owner that the
                    bidder is adequately prepared, has the technical experience, or other requirements to
                    fulfill the contract.

ARTICLE 17                   SUBMISSION OF POST-BID INFORMATION

17.1         Upon request by the College, the selected Bidder shall within 72 hours after Receipt of Bids
             submit the following:
             A.     A statement of costs for each major item of work included in the Bid.

             B.     A designation of the Work to be performed by the Bidder with its own forces.

             C.     A list of names of Subcontractors or other persons or organizations, including
                    materials and equipment proposed for the principal portions of the Work. The Bidder
                    will be required to establish to the satisfaction of the College the reliability and
                    responsibility of the proposed Subcontractors to furnish and perform the Work
                    described in the Sections of the Specifications pertaining to such proposed
                    Subcontractors' respective trades. Prior to the award of the Contract, the College will
                    notify the Bidder in writing to accept such person or organization, the Bidder may, at
                    its option, withdraw its Bid without forfeiture of Bid Security, not withstanding
                    anything to the contrary herein. If the Bidder submits an acceptable substitute with an
                    increase in its Bid price to cover the difference in cost occasioned by such
                    substitution, the College may at its discretion, accept the increased Bid price or it may
                    disqualify the Bidder. Subcontractors and other persons and organizations proposed
                    by the Bidder and accepted by the College must be used on the work for which they
                    were proposed and accepted and shall not be changed except with the written approval
                    of the College.

ARTICLE 18                            PERMITS AND DRAWINGS

18.1         The Bidder shall secure and pay for all permits, governmental fees and licenses necessary for
             the proper execution and completion of the work.

18.2         The Bidder is responsible for the copying and cost of all drawings and specifications for
             subcontractors.




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ARTICLE 19           SAFETY, REGULATIONS, PERMITS AND CERTIFICATES

19.1         This Contract includes the performance of the work in accordance with all local, municipal
             and state laws, ordinances, rules and regulations of other bodies having jurisdiction,
             notwithstanding anything in the Contract Documents to the contrary.

19.2         All materials, equipment, furnishings, labor, etc., must conform to Federal, State of Michigan
             and City of Lansing Safety Laws and Ordinances, including, but not limited to, MIOSHA.

ARTICLE 20              MICHIGAN STATE RIGHT TO KNOW LAW, ACT 154

20.1         The Contractor and Lansing Community College are required to comply with the Michigan
             Right To Know Law, Act 154.

20.2                        OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY

             It is the responsibility of Lansing Community College or its Representative to provide the
             Contractor with the following information if they are working in an area which uses
             hazardous chemicals:
             20.2.1 Hazardous chemicals they may be exposed to on that job site.
             20.2.2 Measures to be taken to lessen the risks of exposure.
             20.2.3 Copies of Material Safety Data Sheets for all chemicals used on the job site are
             located at the Police and Public Safety Department, Room 251, Gannon Building, readily
             available for access.

20.3                                CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY

             The Contractor must inform the Physical Plant Department Director or designee of all
             chemicals that will be used by them in the performance of their job and furnish to the Physical
             Plant Department copies of the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets.

ARTICLE 21                          TIME OF COMPLETION

21.1         Each Bidder agrees to commence work within 10 days after award of Contract. Each Bidder
             shall state on their Proposal Form the number of calendar days required to complete the work.
             These figures or ones subsequently agreed upon by the College and successful Bidder, during
             a Pre-Construction Meeting to be held at a time and place established by the College prior to
             the start of construction, will become the Contract Time.

21.2         GANNON MECHANICAL ROOM 129-ELECTRICAL & HOT WATER HEATING
             SYSTEM INSTALLATION project shall be completed by January 7, 2011.




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ARTICLE 22                                 PROGRESS PAYMENTS

22.1         The form of payment shall be on formal company letterhead. Application for payment shall be
             submitted in duplicate.

22.2         Until substantial completion, the College will pay ninety (90%) percent of the amount due the
             Contractor on account of progress payments. If the manner of completion of the work and its
             progress are and remain satisfactory to the College, and in the absence of other good and
             sufficient reasons, for each Work Category shown to be fifty (50%) percent or more complete
             in the Application, certify and remaining progress payments for each Work Category to be
             paid in full.

22.3         The full Contract retain age may be reinstated if the manner of completion of the work and its
             progress do not remain satisfactory to the College, or for other good and sufficient reasons, or
             if the Surety withholds his consent.

22.4         Upon Substantial Completion of the Work, the Contractor will become eligible for payment
             sufficient to increase total payments to ninety-eight (98) percent of the Contract Sum.

ARTICLE 23                                 FINAL PAYMENT

23.1         Final Payment will be made “within forty-five (45)” days upon final certification of work by
             the College and the Architect/Engineer. The Contract will not be considered completed until
             the work has been finally accepted by the Owner and the following have been furnished:

             A.     The required guarantees.

             B.     Satisfactory evidence that all payrolls, material bills and other indebtedness connected
                    with the work have been paid.

             C.     All Punch list Items have been duly completed.

             D.     A final listing and cost schedule of all minority, woman or handicap owned
                    subcontractors is provided to the Lansing Community College Purchasing Department.

ARTICLE 24                           PREVAILING WAGE RATES

24.1         A.     During the course of this Contract, the Contractor agrees to comply with Prevailing
                    Wage Rates for Ingham County, published by the Regional Office for Wage
                    Determination of the U.S. Department of Labor in Chicago, which are applied under
                    the Davis-Bacon and related acts.

             B.     Certified copies of payroll may be requested to verify compliance with the Prevailing
                    Wage Requirement.



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ARTICLE 25                                  PARKING

25.1        A.      Unless directed otherwise, all non-College personnel working on the campus of
                    Lansing Community College are required to park as “Visitors.” Between 6:30 a.m.
                    and 11:00 p.m., Sunday through Saturday, Contractor’s may park either in the LCC
                    parking structure or, at city parking meters at the Contractor’s expense at current
                    rate.

             B.     LCC Parking structure permits are available at the Parking Services Department in
                    the Gannon building on the 2nd floor. These permits are used on a first-come first-
                    serve basis, and are good only in the LCC parking structure. There is no guarantee
                    there will be a space available at all times. Permits are valid from September 10th
                    of the current year through September 9th of the following year. Permits are pro-
                    rated for portions of the year by each month.

             C.     City parking meters can be purchased and bagged by Contractors at their expense
                    on a per day basis through the City Transportation and Parking Office, at 517-
                    483-4240.


ARTICLE 26                          JOINT OR PARTNERING PROPOSAL

26.1         A joint bid/proposal submitted by two or more Bidders proposing to participate jointly in
             performance of proposed work may be submitted, providing that to be considered
             responsive, any such joint bid/proposal must respond to all the requirements of this RFP.
             The College requires that one joint bidder be identified as the "Primary Bidder" who will
             assume primary responsibility for performance of all other joint Bidders and all
             subcontracts to every level. The Primary Bidder must identify themselves as such and
             submit the proposal under their company name and signature. If a contract is awarded in
             response to a joint bid/proposal, the Primary Bidder must execute the contract and the
             other Bidder(s) must verify in writing that the Primary Bidder is authorized to represent
             them in all matters relating to the contract. The College assumes no responsibility or
             obligation for the division of orders or purchases among joint bidders.


ARTICLE 27                   REQUEST FOR COST OR PRICING DATA

27.1        Vendor agrees by submission of response to this Invitation for Bid and acceptance of
            subsequent award of contract to provide cost and pricing data at the request of the College.

27.2         Vendor certifies that cost and pricing data it furnishes is accurate, complete and current.
            Vendor agrees to provide supporting data and breakdowns as requested by the College.
            Failure to agree to the submission of cost or pricing data may be cause for rejection of a
            proposal as non-responsive.



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27.3          By submission of its proposal, the Vendor automatically grants to the College, or its duly
             authorized representative, the right to examine, for the purpose of verifying the cost or
             pricing data submitted, those books, records, documents and other supporting data which
             will permit adequate evaluation of such costs or pricing data, along with the computations
             and projections used therein. This right may be exercised in connection with any
             negotiations prior to award, or after award.

                          **END OF INSTRUCTIONS TO VENDORS**




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                                                                                  BID FORMS
                                                   NAME OF BIDDER:___________________________
(Remove sheets and submit Proposal on this Form)

TO:    Evelyn Lynn                                  DATE___________________
       7130 - Purchasing Department
       Lansing Community College
       309 N. Washington Square
       Room 214, P. O. Box 40010
       Lansing, MI 48901-7210
BIDDER COMPANY NAME: ______________________________________________________

BIDDER COMPANY ADDRESS: __________________________________________________

                                  __________________________________________________

COMPANY TAX I.D. NUMBER: __________________________________________________

BIDDER CONTACT PERSON:
                                      NAME (print): ___________________________________

                                      SIGNATURE: ____________________________________

                                      TELEPHONE NUMBER: __________________________

                                      FAX NUMBER: __________________________________

                                      EMAIL ADDRESS: _______________________________

The undersigned, having familiarized themselves with the local conditions affecting the cost of the work
and with the Contract Documents, including Notice to Bidders, Instructions to Bidders, General
Conditions, Supplementary Conditions, Specifications for Workmanship and Materials, Form of Proposal,
Form of Contract, Form of Performance Bond, etc., and with the Plans and Specifications and Addenda
thereto on file at the Offices of DLZ Michigan Inc. hereby proposes to perform everything required and to
provide and furnish all of the labor, materials, necessary tools, expendable equipment, and all utility and
transportation services necessary to perform and complete in a workmanlike manner, all work required in
connection with the Gannon Mechanical Room 129-Electrical & Hot Water Heating System
Installation, Bid #50201–670–10EL all in accordance with the above listed documents. The Contract
Documents, specifically the front end specifications prepared by Lansing Community College and the
technical specifications and drawings, prepared by DLZ Michigan, Inc., dated August 23, 2010 and
distributed by Purchasing Department, Lansing Community College, all for the sum of: (Round off all
figures to the nearest dollar). It being understood that each of the items is to be constructed complete in
place and ready for continued use in service; that each item shall be constructed in all respects to
accomplish the purpose of which it was intended; and the prices set out constitute full payment for the
specified work and for every risk, hazard or condition encountered which may be different from what was
indicated, expected or anticipated.


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                                                                                 BID FORMS
                                                  NAME OF BIDDER:___________________________
BASE BID:


BASE BID LUMP SUM PRICE: $ __________________
                                (Figures)

___________________________________________________________________Dollars
                        (Spell out in words)
ALLOWANCE:

CONTINGENCY ALLOWANCE: $ _ $50,000.00_____
                             (Figures)

TOTAL BID: Lump Sum + Allowances: $ _____ ____________
                                         (Figures)

___________________________________________________________________Dollars
                        (Spell out in words)

BID SECURITY

The following form of bid security is herewith enclosed representing not less than 5% of the above base bid
(indicate and circle one).

Cashiers Check $_________________ Certified Check $___________________

                                      Bid Bond $________________
ADDENDA

The undersigned acknowledges the receipt of the following addenda:

Addenda No. ___________________________                     Dated ________________

Addenda No. ___________________________                     Dated ________________

Addenda No. ___________________________                     Dated ________________

If awarded this Contract, the undersigned agrees to commence work immediately upon receipt of Notice
to Proceed. In submitting this Proposal, it is understood that the right is reserved by the Owner to reject
any and all Proposals. It is agreed that this Proposal may not be withdrawn for a period of: Ninety (90)
days.

COMPLETION OF WORK:
If awarded the Contract, the undersigned guarantees to achieve substantial construction completion 30
days from the date of the Owner’s Notice-To-Proceed and to achieve final construction completion 15
days post substantial completion date.

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                                                    NAME OF BIDDER:___________________________
WORK EXECUTION
Based on the project’s scope of work, it is anticipated that the bidding Contractor will perform all of the work
defined in the Construction Documents. Indicate below any work items not to be done directly, and for each,
indicate the applicable Subcontractor information:

                                                              Subcontractor Performing Work
Description of Work:                                         (Name, address, telephone number):

___________________________                                    ____________________________

___________________________                                    ____________________________

___________________________                                    ____________________________

___________________________                                    ____________________________


RELATED PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Provide the following information for three similar projects, completed within the past three years, by the on-
site full time Contractor superintendent that will be responsible for the supervision of this project’s work:

Project Name and Address: ________________________________________________________
Contact Name and Phone Number: __________________________________________________
Description of Work: _____________________________________________________________
Total Square Feet of Area and Construction Cost: __________________________________
Date Completed: ________________________________________________________________

Project Name and Address: ________________________________________________________
Contact Name and Phone Number: __________________________________________________
Description of Work: _____________________________________________________________
Total Square Feet of Area and Construction Cost: __________________________________
Date Completed: ________________________________________________________________

Project Name and Address: ________________________________________________________
Contact Name and Phone Number: __________________________________________________
Description of Work: _____________________________________________________________
Total Square Feet of Area and Construction Cost: __________________________________
Date Completed: ________________________________________________________________

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                                                    NAME OF BIDDER:___________________________

                           NON-COLLUSION AFFIDAVIT
           THIS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED WITH YOUR PROPOSAL


______________________________________________ being first duly sworn, deposes and
(Authorized Officer) Please Print

says that he/she is ______________________________________________________________________
                                   (Owner, Partner, President, etc.)
of ______________________________________________________________________________
                                   (Company Name)

making the foregoing bid or proposal; that such bid is genuine and not collusive or sham; that said bidder
has not colluded, conspired, connived, or agreed, directly or indirectly, with any bidder or person, to put
in a sham bid, or that such other person shall refrain from bidding, and has not in any manner, directly or
indirectly sought by agreement or collusion, communication or conference, with any person, to fix the bid
price of this bid, or another bidder, or to fix any overhead, profit or cost element of said bid price, or of
that of any other bidder, or to secure any advantage against Lansing Community College or any person or
persons interested in the proposed contract; and that all statements contained in said bid or proposal are
true, further, that such bidder has not, directly or indirectly submitted this bid, or the contents thereof, or
divulged information or data relative thereto to any association or to any member of agent thereof.


____________________________________________________________________________
                        Authorized Officer’s Signature


Sworn and subscribed this _____________________ day of ____________________________

Company Name:

____________________________________________________________________________

Signature (Witness):

____________________________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________
                              Print Name

Note: This does not require a notary's endorsement.




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                                                  NAME OF BIDDER:___________________________

                             BID CERTIFICATION FORM
               THIS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED WITH YOUR BID

The undersigned is authorized to represent the person, firms and corporations joining and participating in
the submission of this Bid. The undersigned states that the Bid contained herein is complete and is in
strict compliance with the requirements of the subject Invitation for Bid except as noted in the “Alternate
Proposal” section of the Proposal.

Any notice required shall be personally delivered, faxed, or mailed by first class mail, with proper
postage, prepaid, to the Subject Supplier at the following address:


Company
Name:          __________________________________________________________________

Address:       __________________________________________________________________

               __________________________________________________________________

Attention:     __________________________________________________________________

Telephone:     ___________________________________

Fax:           ___________________________________

Email:         ___________________________________


Submitted by:
Company
Name:        __________________________________________________________________

Signature:     __________________________________________________________________

Name (typed or printed): _________________________________________________________

Title:         __________________________________________________________________

Date:          __________________________________________________________________




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                                                  NAME OF BIDDER:___________________________

          THIS MUST BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED WITH YOUR PROPOSAL


I hereby affirm that I have read and understand all the Terms and Conditions of this Bid.

Company________________________________________________________________

Authorized Agent_________________________________________________________

Title____________________________________Telephone_______________________

Invoice Terms____________________________________ FOB: LCC

This proposal is firm for _________ days.


________________________________________                      ________________________
Signature of Authorized Agent                                 Date



PLEASE COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING:

______         Firm is located within the LCC Tax District.

______         Firm is not located within the LCC Tax District.



SPECIAL NOTE: FAILURE TO RESPOND TO THIS BID REQUEST MAY RESULT IN
REMOVAL FROM OUR BID LISTS.

REASONS (PLEASE CHECK WHERE APPLICABLE):

_____NOT WITHIN OUR EXPERTISE

_____NOT BIDDING AT THIS TIME

_____OTHER




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                                                    BID FORMS – QUALIFICATION STATEMENT
                         BIDDER PREQUALIFICATION SPECIFICATION

Satisfactory evidence of the following items must be submitted in duplicate for qualification approval.
Bidders who: 1) do not submit all requested data, 2) do not meet criteria shown or 3) who present
inaccurate data, may not be offered a contract. Submission of a bid proposal shall be evidence the Bidder
understands and agrees that the Owner has the right to reject as non responsive any bid proposal which is
not in full compliance with these criteria.

I. Financial Criteria:

   A. Net Worth: On projects valued over $1 million, provide audited or reviewed financial statements
      for the last two fiscal years.
   B. On projects valued over $1 million, describe current banking arrangements and contact
      information.
   C. Work-in-Progress Schedule: For ALL PROJECTS, provide a complete work-in-progress schedule
      for all work under contract, showing % complete, notice of any claims in process, resolved, or
      anticipated. (See sample form which follows).

Complete the Lansing Community College Qualification Form found within this bid forms section. This
completed form along with the requested attachments will be utilized by the Owner and
Architect/Engineer to determine if a bidder is qualified for award of contract. This information must be
submitted with your bid/proposal. The Owner has the right to reject a bid/proposal as non-responsive if
the Bidder fails to provide this information.

II. Safety:

   A. Provide evidence of worker’s compensation experience modification rating (EMR). An EMR of
      less than one (EMR<1.0) is desired. Provide explanation for any EMR > 1.0.
   B. Evidence that the worker’s compensation agent and carrier will provide statutory coverage for this
      project and Employer’s Liability Coverage with policy limits not less than $500,000 per
      occurrence per person.
   C. Provide a copy of the firm’s written safety policy accompanied with an attestation by a corporate
      officer to fully comply with all MIOSHA regulations, and other published work rules on this
      project.

III. Work Experience and Technical Ability:

   A. Provide a list of at least three (3) contracts of similar size and complexity all of which was under
      this firm’s contractual responsibility. Other factors which would indicate risk management of
      adjacent operations, protection of active utilities and maintenance of site security will also be
      considered as evidence of technical ability. Identify client, property owner, designer and/or
      engineer, scheduled completion date and actual completion date, and contact person(s) for these
      contracts.
   B. Provide the resume of all supervisory or key personnel who will commit at least 50% of their time
      to this project. Minimum related experience should be one (1) year for each $100,000 of project
      contract. For contracts exceeding $1 million, minimum required experience is five (5) years.


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   C. Certify your firm’s intent to perform at least thirty (30) percent of this Work with your own forces.
      Describe any work you may subcontract. (Note: No single subcontract may exceed fifty 50% of
      your contract with out Owner’s written authorization).
   D. How long has your firm been in business? At this location? Under this name (Describe other
      names)?
   E. Have you ever failed to complete a contract? (If YES- describe).
   F. Have you ever placed a claim against a client or had a claim placed against your firm?
   G. Has your firm ever been involved in a litigated or arbitrated case?
   H. On one page or less, describe any other unusual expertise, equipment or ability of your firm to
      perform this contract.


                                    SEE FORM WHICH FOLLOWS




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                           BIDDER QUALIFICATION STATEMENT FORM

Contractors:          Please complete the following information. This information will assist Lansing
                      Community College in selecting contractors.

I. GENERAL INFORMATION AND CORPORATE HISTORY
   A. Firm Name and Address:



       Telephone:                            Fax:
    B. Years in business under present
       name:
    C. Primary areas of work you will be bidding:


   D. Contact names and phone numbers in your firm for inquiries (Please list direct dial, mobile and
      fax numbers if available):

                                      Name               Office #           Mobile #        Fax #
        Project Executive:
        Project Manager:
        Project Superintendent:
        Project Accountant:

   E. Total number of staff employed by        1) Office:                    2) Field:
      firm:

   F.   Is your firm in compliance with EEO requirements?                          Yes        No

   G. Do you have a State of Michigan Dept. of Civil Rights Certificate of Awardability?   Yes          No


   H. Is your firm a minority business enterprise or owned by any other recognized,
      disenfranchised group (e.g. women, handicapped, etc.)?                        Yes     No
      If so, please describe your ownership and what outside agency has certified the
      business ownership of your firm.



   I. Has your firm ever worked for Lansing Community College before?              Yes     No
      If so, what job and what year was it completed?



   J. List three supplier references for work completed in the last two years:

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         Firm/Products Supplied                 Contact Person                Telephone Number




II. FINANCIAL CRITERIA

   A. Attach complete independently audited or reviewed financial statement, for the last two fiscal years (for
      projects over $1 million).
   B. For all projects: Attach a Work in Progress Schedule.
   C. For all projects: List Annual sales for last three years:

             Year/Amount                       Year/Amount                     Year/Amount


   D. Are payroll taxes and fringe benefits paid to date?                           Yes      No
      If   not,     please
      explain:

   E. For projects over $1 million: Bank Reference. How long has your firm used this bank as its
      primary bank?        Years

             Name/Address                     Contract Person                  Telephone No.


   F. For projects over $1 million: What is your current line of credit?          How much is currently
      outstanding?

III. INSURANCE

    A. Name, Address and Telephone Number of General Liability and Workers Compensation/Employer Liability

    B. Name, Address and Telephone Number of General Liability and Workers
       Compensation/Employer Liability Insurance Agent:




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IV. BONDING

    A. Name, Address and Telephone Number of Bonding Company:

    B. How long have you had a relationship with your Bonding Company?

    C. Name, Address and Telephone Number of Bonding Agent:

    D. Total bonding capacity:

    E. Single project bonding limit:

    F. Value of work currently bonded:



V. SAFETY

   A. Workers Compensation experience modifier in the last three years:

      Year             EMR               Year              EMR               Year             EMR



VI. WORK EXPERIENCE AND TECHNICAL ABILITY

   A. In the last three years, list the three most significant projects completed of a similar type, size or
      complexity to the project you are pursuing.

           Project Name/                                    CM/GC’s                             Architect’s
      Address                           CM/GC                Contact          Architect          Contact




   B. List owner references for the above three largest projects:

           Owner              Project Name          Contract        Completion        Contact        Phone
                                                    Amount            Date            Person        Number




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   C. Who will be your Supervision to be used on the project (attach resume):

   D. List all signatory union affiliations and/or typical trades to be used if not union:

   E. Percent of work to be performed by your own forces (ie. Not subcontracted):


   F. Contracts:

       1.   Has firm ever been terminated by a client?                             Yes       No
       2.   Has firm failed to complete a contract?                                Yes       No
       3.   Has firm been involved in bankruptcy or reorganization?                Yes       No
       4.   Has your firm ever been involved in claims, litigation or arbitration?           Yes   No

       * If you answered yes to any of the above questions, please submit details on a separate sheet.


    ATTEST:

   THE BIDDER UNDERSTANDS THAT LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE WILL USE BOTH
   SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE CRITERIA TO EVALUATE YOUR FIRM’S
   QUALIFICATIONS FOR THIS PROJECT. I UNDERSTAND THAT LANSING COMMUNITY
   COLLEGE MAY NOT ACCEPT OUR BID PROPOSAL IF WE DO NOT MEET LANSING
   COMMUNITY COLLEGE’S WRITTEN BIDDER QUALIFICATION STATEMENT AND THAT
   BY SIGNATURE BELOW, I CERTIFY THAT ALL OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS
   CORRECT. I UNDERSTAND THAT INACCURATE DATA MAY BE GROUNDS TO REJECT
   OUR BID/PROPOSAL.

       * To be signed by an officer of the company or an individual authorized by an officer of the
                                                 company.


    SIGNATURE:
    TYPED OR PRINTED
    NAME:
    TITLE:
    DATE:




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                                                                   PURCHASING INFORMATION


ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND PURCHASING:

In order to identify environmentally sound products, Vendors are requested to provide alternative
quotations in addition to the specified product, if the specified product itself does not contain the
maximum level of post-consumer recyclable waste and/or recyclable content.

Whenever possible and economical, specifications are amended to provide for expanded use of products
and services that contain the maximum level of post-consumer recyclable waste and/or recyclable content,
without significantly affecting the intended use of the product or service.

Criteria used to evaluate products and/or services include, but are not limited to:
     Performance, specifically including efficiency
     Availability
     Durability
     Repairability
     Natural resource use and waste reduction, including recycled content, transportation costs, and
        packaging reduction
     Recyclability or biodegradability, including the cost of traditional disposal
     Toxicity
     Purchase price

These criteria also reflect the basic ideas of life cycle assessment (LCA). When considering a product the
College will consider the manufacture of the product, from extraction of its raw materials and the methods
used in manufacture, through its distribution and shipping, to its use, possible re-use or recycling, and its
eventual disposal. This reflects the complete cost, in both financial and environmental terms of a product
and its impacts. LCC requests that Vendors provide information regarding the above criteria on the
products and services being recommended to the College to facilitate this evaluation.

Please “X” the appropriate box:
         This bid/proposal contains information requested above.
         This bid/proposal does not contain information requested above.


                                        **END OF BID FORMS**




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                         MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, LABOR & ECONOMIC GROWTH
JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM                                       LANSING                          STANLEY “SKIP” PRUSS
      GOVERNOR                                                                                       DIRECTOR

         REQUIREMENTS OF THE PREVAILING WAGES ON STATE PROJECTS ACT, PUBLIC ACT 166 OF 1965

The Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth determines prevailing rates pursuant to the Prevailing Wages on
State Projects Act, Public Act 166 of 1965, as amended. The purpose of establishing prevailing rates is to provide
minimum rates of pay that must be paid to workers on construction projects for which the state or a school district is the
contracting agent and which is financed or financially supported by the state. By law, prevailing rates are compiled from
the rates contained in collectively bargained agreements which cover the locations of the state projects. The official
prevailing rates provide an hourly rate which includes wage and fringe benefit totals for designated construction mechanic
classifications. The overtime rates also include wage and fringe benefit totals. Please pay special attention to the
overtime and premium pay requirements. Prevailing wage is satisfied when wages plus fringe benefits paid to a worker
are equal to or greater than the required rate.
State of Michigan responsibilities under the law:
       The department establishes the prevailing rate for each classification of construction mechanic requested by a
        contracting agent prior to contracts being let out for bid on a state project.
Contracting agent responsibilities under the law:
       If a contract is not awarded or construction does not start within 90 days of the date of the issuance of rates, a re-
        determination of rates must be requested by the contracting agent.
       Rates for classifications needed but not provided on the Prevailing Rate Schedule, must be obtained prior to
        contracts being let out for bid on a state project.
       The contracting agent, by written notice to the contractor and the sureties of the contractor known to the
        contracting agent, may terminate the contractor's right to proceed with that part of the contract, for which less than
        the prevailing rates have been or will be paid, and may proceed to complete the contract by separate agreement
        with another contractor or otherwise, and the original contractor and his sureties shall be liable to the contracting
        agent for any excess costs occasioned thereby.
Contractor responsibilities under the law:
       Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy of
        all prevailing rates prescribed in a contract.
       Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep certified payrolls, as used in the industry, of each and every
        construction mechanic, and verification of such certified payroll in writing by either a representative or
        auditor/certified accountant at the end of such a certified payroll. These records should include the occupation
        and indicate the hours worked on each project for each classification and the actual wages and benefits paid.
        This record shall be available for reasonable inspection by the contracting agent or the department.
       Each contractor or subcontractor is separately liable for the payment of the prevailing rate to its employees.
       The prime contractor is responsible for advising all subcontractors of the requirement to pay the prevailing rate
        prior to commencement of work.
       The prime contractor is secondarily liable for payment of prevailing rates that are not paid by a subcontractor.
       A construction mechanic shall only be paid the apprentice rate if registered with the United States Department of
        Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training and the rate is included in the contract.




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Enforcement:
A person who has information of an alleged prevailing wage violation on a state project may file a complaint with the
Wage & Hour Division. The department will investigate and attempt to resolve the complaint informally. During the
course of an investigation, if the requested records and posting certification are not made available in compliance with
Section 5 of Act 166, the investigation will be concluded and a referral to the Office of Attorney General for civil action will
be made. The Office of Attorney General will pursue costs and fees associated with a lawsuit if filing is necessary to
obtain records.


A violation of Act 166 may result in the contractor’s name being added to the Prevailing Wage Act Violators List
published on the division’s website, updated monthly. This list includes the names and addresses of contractors
and subcontractors the division has found in violation of Act 166 based on complaints from individuals and third
parties. The Prevailing Wage Act Violators List is intended to inform contracting agents of contractors that have
violated Act 166 for use in determining who should receive state-funded projects.

                                               DELEG is an equal opportunity employer/program.
Auxiliary aids, services and other reasonable accommodations are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.


                                                        WAGE & HOUR DIVISION
                                            P.O. BOX 30476  LANSING, MICHIGAN 48909-7976
                                      www.michigan.gov/wagehour  (517) 335-0400  FAX (517) 335-0077




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          MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, LABOR & ECONOMIC GROWTH – WAGE & HOUR DIVISION
JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM                                  LANSING 517-335-0400                STANLEY “SKIP” PRUSS
      GOVERNOR                                                                               DIRECTOR

                             Informational Sheet: Prevailing Wages on State Projects
                              General Information Regarding Fringe Benefits
 Certain fringe benefits may be credited toward the payment of the Prevailing Wage Rate:
    o   If a fringe benefit is paid directly to a construction mechanic
    o   If a fringe benefit contribution or payment is made on behalf of a construction mechanic
    o   If a fringe benefit, which may be provided to a construction mechanic, is pursuant to a written contract
        or policy
    o   If a fringe benefit is paid into a fund, for a construction mechanic
 When a fringe benefit is not paid by an hourly rate, the hourly credit will be calculated based on the annual
 value of the fringe benefit divided by 2080 hours per year (52 weeks @ 40 hours per week).
 The following is an example of the types of fringe benefits allowed and how an hourly credit is calculated:

 Vacation                           40 hours X $14.00 per hour = $560/2080 =                               $.27
 Dental insurance                   $31.07 monthly premium X 12 mos. = $372.84 /2080 =                     $.18
 Vision insurance                   $5.38 monthly premium X 12 mos. = $64.56/2080 =                        $.03
 Health insurance                   $230.00 monthly premium X 12 mos. = $2,760.00/2080 =                  $1.33
 Life insurance                     $27.04 monthly premium X 12 mos. = $324.48/2080 =                      $.16
 Tuition                            $500.00 annual cost/2080 =                                             $.24
 Bonus                              4 quarterly bonus/year x $250 = $1000.00/2080 =                        $.48
 401k Employer Contribution         $2000.00 total annual contribution/2080 =                              $.96
 Total Hourly Credit
                                                                                                          $3.65

 Other examples of the types of fringe benefits allowed:
          Sick pay
          Holiday pay
          Accidental Death & Dismemberment insurance premiums
 The following are examples of items that will not be credited toward the payment of the Prevailing Wage Rate:
    o Legally required payments, such as:
          Unemployment Insurance payments
          Workers’ Compensation Insurance payments
          FICA (Social Security contributions, Medicare contributions)
    o Reimbursable expenses, such as:
          Clothing allowance or reimbursement
          Uniform allowance or reimbursement
          Gas allowance or reimbursement
          Travel time or payment
          Meals or lodging allowance or reimbursement
          Per diem allowance or payment
    o Other payments to or on behalf of a construction mechanic that are not wages or fringe benefits, such
         as:
          Industry advancement funds
          Financial or material loans                                                        (08/07, 01-09)


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       State of Michigan                                                                                             Wage and Hour Division
       Department of Energy, Labor and Economic Growth                                                                         7150 Harris Dr.
                                                                                                                                PO Box 30476
        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                      Lansing, MI 48909-7976
                  Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                                               Telephone: 517-322-1825
         Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation                                           Fax: 517-322-6352
            Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                                             www.michigan.gov/wagehour

                                                                 Ingham County
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                    Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                        Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                             Last   Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                        Updated  Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Asbestos & Lead Abatement Laborer
      Asbestos & Lead Abatement Laborer                        MLDC            $37.05 $49.60 $62.14 H H H X X X X D Y
      4 ten hour days @ straight time allowed Monday-Saturday,      8/3/2010
      must be consecutive calendar days


      Asbestos & Lead Abatement, Hazardous Material Handler
      Asbestos and Lead Abatement, Hazardous Material Handler AS207                             $37.05   $49.78     $62.50 H H H X X X X D Y
                                                                                 8/3/2010

      4 ten hour days @ straight time allowed Monday-Saturday,


      Boilermaker
      Boilermaker                                                   BO169                       $54.70   $81.08 $107.45 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                 8/14/2009
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st 6 months                                $40.31    $59.49 $78.67
                                                    2nd 6 months                                $41.45    $61.21 $80.95
                                                    3rd 6 months                                $42.57    $62.88 $83.19
                                                    4th 6 months                                $43.69    $64.57 $85.43
                                                    5th 6 months                                $44.81    $66.24 $87.67
                                                    6th 6 months                                $49.53    $73.40 $97.26
                                                    7th 6 months                                $49.32    $73.01 $96.69
                                                    8th 6 months                                $51.58    $76.40 $101.21
      Bricklayer
      Brick, stone, artificial, cement masonry, pointing, caulking & BR9-31                     $42.88   $60.75     $78.61 H H H X H H H D Y
      cleaning                                                                   8/23/2010

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-749 hours                                 $32.07    $44.54    $56.99
                                                    750-1,499 hours                             $33.42    $46.56    $59.69
                                                    1,500-2,249 hours                           $34.77    $48.58    $62.39
                                                    2,250-2,999 hours                           $36.12    $50.61    $65.09
                                                    3,000-3,749 hours                           $37.48    $52.65    $67.81
                                                    3,750-4,499 hours                           $38.83    $54.68    $70.51
                                                    4,500 - 5,249 hours                         $40.18    $56.70    $73.21
                                                    5,250 - 6,000 hours                         $41.53    $58.72    $75.91




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                        Last    Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name        Description                                  Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Carpenter
      Floor layer                                     CA1004FL             $34.21 $44.66 $55.10 H H H H H H H D N
                                                               8/10/2010
                                         Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st Year                                    $25.85    $32.12   $38.38
                                                    2nd Year                                    $27.94    $35.25   $42.56
                                                    3rd Year                                    $30.03    $38.38   $46.74
                                                    4th Year                                    $31.08    $39.96   $48.84

      Carpenter                                                CA1004L                          $38.57    $50.92   $63.26 H H H H H H H D Y
      Four 10s allowed Monday-Thursday. Friday make up day for                   8/10/2010
       inclement weather. Hours worked on Friday except for
      inclement weather make up shall be paid at time and one
      half.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st Year                                    $28.69    $36.10   $43.50
                                                    2nd Year                                    $31.16    $39.80   $48.44
                                                    3rd Year                                    $33.63    $43.50   $53.38
                                                    4th Year                                    $34.87    $45.36   $55.86
      Cement Mason
      Cement Mason                                                 PL16-7                       $36.12    $48.02   $59.91 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                 6/1/2010
      Four 10s allowed Monday-Thursday with Friday or Saturday
      inclement weather make up days. Saturday hours for
      inclement weather make up shall be paid straight rate
      unless over 40 hours worked.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st year                                    $27.79    $35.52   $43.25
                                                    2nd year                                    $30.17    $39.09   $48.01
                                                    3rd year                                    $32.55    $42.66   $52.77
      Drywall
      Drywall Taper and Finisher                                   PT-845-DF                    $35.42    $47.42   $59.42 H H H H H H H D N
                                                                                 10/6/2009
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0 - 1,000 hours                             $24.62    $31.22   $37.82
                                                    1,001 - 2,000 hours                         $25.82    $33.02   $40.22
                                                    2,001 to 3,000 hours                        $27.74    $35.90   $44.06
                                                    3,001 to 4,000 hours                        $29.42    $38.42   $47.42
                                                    4,001 to 5,000 hours                        $31.82    $42.02   $52.22
                                                    5,001 to 6,000 hours                        $34.22    $45.62   $57.02




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
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          Classification                                                 Last     Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                           Updated    Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Electrician
      Road Way Electrical Work                                   EC-17              $45.37 $65.63 $85.90 H H H H H H H D Y
      Double time due after 16 hours on any calendar day and all       11/19/2007
      hours Sunday.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st 6 months                                 $29.17     $41.34   $53.50
                                                    2nd 6 months                                 $31.19     $44.36   $57.54
                                                    3rd 6 months                                 $33.21     $47.40   $61.58
                                                    4th 6 months                                 $35.23     $50.43   $65.62
                                                    5th 6 months                                 $37.25     $53.46   $69.66
                                                    6th 6 months                                 $41.32     $59.57   $77.80
          Subdivision of county       Williamston, Locke, Leroy, Wheatfield & White Oak
       Inside wireman                                             EC-252-IW                      $57.16     $77.70   $98.24 H H D H D D D D N
                                                                                7/12/2010
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st Period                                   $31.96     $39.91   $47.84
                                                    2nd Period                                   $36.63     $46.91   $57.18
                                                    3rd Period                                   $40.73     $53.06   $65.38
                                                    4th Period                                   $44.83     $59.21   $73.58
                                                    5th Period                                   $48.94     $65.37   $81.80
                                                    6th Period                                   $53.05     $71.54   $90.02
         Subdivision of county     Townships of Onondaga, Leslie, Stockbridge and Bunker Hill ONLY.
      Sound and Communications Installer/Technician           EC-252-SC                   $36.82 $49.72              $62.61 H H D H D D D D N
                                                                            8/4/2010
                                                 Apprentice Rates:
                                                    Period 1                                     $20.72     $27.24   $33.74
                                                    Period 2                                     $22.02     $29.12   $36.21
                                                    Period 3                                     $23.31     $31.05   $38.79
                                                    Period 4                                     $24.59     $32.97   $41.35
                                                    Period 5                                     $25.89     $34.93   $43.95
                                                    Period 6                                     $28.46     $38.78   $49.09
          Subdivision of county       Onondaga, Leslie, Stockbridge & Bunker Hill townships
      Inside Wireman                                             EC-665-IW                       $48.26     $64.72   $81.18 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                              3/6/2007
                                                 Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1000 hours                                 $27.79     $35.18   $42.60
                                                    1000-2000 hours                              $29.44     $37.68   $45.90
                                                    2000-3500 hours                              $31.08     $40.13   $49.17
                                                    3500-5000 hours                              $34.38     $45.09   $55.78
                                                    5000-6500 hours                              $37.67     $50.01   $62.35
                                                    6500-8000 hours                              $40.96     $54.96   $68.94
         Subdivision of county        Lansing, Meridian, Williamston, Locke, Delhi, Alaiedon, Wheatfield,
                                      Leroy, Aurelius, Vevay, Ingham, & White Oak townships




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                     Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                                                                            PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Sound and Communication Journeyman                           EC-665-SD                      $37.23    $49.49    $61.76 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  12/8/2008
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st period                                    $21.54    $27.68    $33.81
                                                    2nd period                                    $23.10    $29.85    $36.60
                                                    3rd period                                    $24.68    $32.04    $39.41
                                                    4th period                                    $26.25    $34.22    $42.20
                                                    5th period                                    $27.82    $36.41    $45.00
                                                    6th period                                    $29.38    $38.58    $47.78
         Subdivision of county        Lansing, Meridian, Williamston, Locke, Delhi, Alaiedon, Wheatfield,
                                      Leroy, Aurelius, Vevay, Ingham and White townships
      Lineman/Technician outside utility and commercial power      EC-876                       $47.05      $68.11    $89.17 H H H H H H H D Y
      and high voltage pipe type cable work and electrical                       11/18/2009
      underground.

      Four 10s allowed Monday-Thursday with Friday makeup or
      Tuesday-Friday with Monday makeup.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st period                                    $30.20    $42.69    $55.26
                                                    2nd period                                    $32.32    $46.02    $59.70
                                                    3rd period                                    $34.42    $49.16    $63.90
                                                    4th period                                    $36.53    $52.33    $68.12
                                                    5th period                                    $38.63    $55.47    $72.32
                                                    6th period                                    $40.74    $58.64    $76.54
                                                    7th period                                    $42.84    $61.79    $80.74
         Subdivision of county        Alaiedon, Aurelius, Bunker Hill, Delhi, Ingham, Lansing, Leslie,
                                      Meridan, Onondago, Stockbridge, & Vevay townships
      Elevator Constructor
      Elevator Constructor Mechanic                                EL-85                          $62.80             $105.53 D D D D D D D D Y
                                                                                  3/3/2010
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st year                                      $43.57              $67.07
                                                    2nd year                                      $47.84              $75.61
                                                    3rd year                                      $49.98              $79.89
                                                    4th year                                      $54.25              $88.43




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                     Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                    Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation           on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                         of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                     prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                               BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                          PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                        Last    Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name       Description                                   Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Glazier
      Glazier                                         GL-826               $40.12 $53.94 $67.75 H H H H D D D D Y
                                                               10/7/2009
                                         Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st 6 months                                $29.07    $37.36   $45.65
                                                    2nd 6 months                                $30.45    $39.43   $48.41
                                                    3rd 6 months                                $31.83    $41.50   $51.17
                                                    4th 6 months                                $33.21    $43.57   $53.93
                                                    5th 6 months                                $34.59    $45.64   $56.69
                                                    6th 6 months                                $35.98    $47.73   $59.47
                                                    7th 6 months                                $37.36    $49.79   $62.23
                                                    8th 6 months                                $38.74    $51.87   $64.99
      Heat and Frost Insulator
      Spray Insulation                                             AS25S                        $20.14    $29.14            H H H H H H H H N
                                                                                 3/5/2007
      Heat and Frost Insulator and Asbestos Worker
      Heat and Frost Insulator and Asbestos Worker              AS47                            $43.95    $58.16   $72.37 H H H H H H H D Y
      4 ten hour work days shall be either Monday thru Thursday                  8/3/2010
      or Tuesday thru Friday

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st year                                    $25.55    $32.66   $39.76
                                                    2nd year                                    $29.23    $37.76   $46.28
                                                    3rd year                                    $32.91    $42.86   $52.80
                                                    4th year                                    $36.59    $47.96   $59.33
                                                    5th year                                    $40.27    $53.06   $65.85
      Ironworker
      Siding, Glazing, Curtain Wall                             IR-25-GZ2                       $41.86    $52.62   $63.37 H H H H H H D D Y
      4 tens may be worked Monday thru Thursday @ straight time.                 8/14/2009
        If bad weather, Friday may be a make up day. If holiday
      celebrated on a Monday, 4 10s may be worked Tuesday thru
      Friday. Work in excess of 12 hours per day must be paid @
      double time.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    Level 1                                     $25.93    $32.38   $38.84
                                                    Level 2                                     $27.99    $34.98   $41.97
                                                    Level 3                                     $30.06    $37.59   $45.12
                                                    Level 4                                     $32.13    $40.20   $48.26
                                                    Level 5                                     $34.19    $42.80   $51.40
                                                    Level 6                                     $36.26    $45.40   $54.54




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                               BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                          PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Pre-engineered Metal Work                                    IR-25-PE-Z3                  $39.47    $49.54   $59.60 X X H X X X X D Y
                                                                                 5/8/2008
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st Level                                   $23.47    $28.51   $33.55
                                                    2nd Level                                   $25.12    $30.85   $36.58
                                                    3rd Level                                   $26.78    $33.19   $39.61
                                                    4th Level                                   $28.44    $35.55   $42.66
                                                    5th Level                                   $30.10    $37.90   $45.70
                                                    6th Level                                   $31.36    $39.65   $47.93

      Reinforced Iron Work                                         IR-25-RF                     $51.36    $73.35   $95.34 H H D H D D D D N
                                                                                 8/14/2009
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    Level 1                                     $31.67    $43.52   $55.36
                                                    Level 2                                     $34.21    $47.33   $60.44
                                                    Level 3                                     $36.74    $51.12   $65.50
                                                    Level 4                                     $39.28    $54.93   $70.58
                                                    Level 5                                     $41.81    $58.73   $75.64
                                                    Level 6                                     $44.35    $62.54   $80.72

      Rigging Work                                                 IR-25-RIG                    $56.98    $85.28 $113.58 H H H H H H H D N
                                                                                 8/14/2009
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    Level 1& 2                                  $32.28    $48.17   $64.05
                                                    Level 3                                     $35.11    $52.41   $69.71
                                                    Level 4                                     $37.93    $56.64   $75.35
                                                    Level 5                                     $40.76    $60.89   $81.01
                                                    Level 6                                     $43.59    $65.13   $86.67

      Decking                                                   IR-25-SD                        $48.94    $73.16   $97.37 H H H H H H D D Y
      4 tens may be worked Monday thru Thursday @ straight time.                 8/14/2009
       If bad weather, Friday may be a make up day. If holiday
      celebrated on a Monday, 4 10s may be worked Tuesday thru
      Friday. Work in excess of 12 hours per day must be paid @
      double time.




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                              BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                          PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Structural, ornamental, conveyor, welder and pre-cast     IR-25-STR                       $57.11    $85.41 $113.71 H H H H H H D D Y
      4 tens may be worked Monday thru Thursday @ straight time.                 8/14/2009
       If bad weather, Friday may be a make up day. If holiday
      celebrated on a Monday, 4 10s may be worked Tuesday thru
      Friday. Work in excess of 12 hours per day must be paid @
      double time.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    Levels 1 & 2                                $32.28    $48.17   $64.05
                                                    Level 3                                     $35.11    $52.41   $69.71
                                                    Level 4                                     $37.93    $56.64   $75.35
                                                    Level 5                                     $40.76    $60.89   $81.01
                                                    Level 6                                     $43.58    $65.12   $86.65
                                                    Level 7                                     $46.41    $69.37   $92.31
                                                    Level 8                                     $49.24    $73.60   $97.97

      Industrial Door erection & construction                      IR-25-STR-D                  $35.72    $47.34   $58.96 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                 3/28/2008
      Fence, Sound Barrier & Guardrail erection/installation and   IR-340-F2                    $26.80    $36.63   $46.45 X X H X X X H D Y
      Exterior Signage work                                                      7/8/2010



      Four ten hour work days may be worked during Monday-
      Saturday.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    60% Level                                   $18.70    $24.59   $30.49
                                                    65% Level                                   $19.71    $26.10   $32.48
                                                    70% Level                                   $20.73    $27.61   $34.49
                                                    75% Level                                   $21.74    $29.11   $36.48
                                                    80% Level                                   $22.75    $30.61   $38.47
                                                    85% Level                                   $23.76    $32.11   $40.46




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                             BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                          PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
                                                           Page 8 of 23
           Classification                                                  Last    Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                             Updated   Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Laborer
      Journeyperson - building and heavy construction craft        L499L             $32.63 $43.14 $53.65 H H H H H H H D Y
      laborer, portable concrete mixer operator, air, electric or        6/16/2010
      gasoline tool operator, hot dope carrier, tar kettle tender,
      gasoline vibrators, concrete gas buggies, concrete saw,
      signal person and top person on sewer, caisson construction
      (open cut work), concrete shoveler, car pusher, and bottom
      person (on sewer work). Demolition laborer, 3" pumps &
      below, jobsite clean-up, deep cleaning, jackhammer
      operators, burner, crock layer, caisson worker, tunnel
      mucker and tunnel miner, welder, mason tender, mortar
      mixer, scaffold builder, forklift operator (masonry only),
      helper and tender on work customarily performed by
      laborers and all laborers working for masonry contractors
      and plasterer tenders.

      All hours worked on Saturday except as an inclement
      weather make-up day, must be paid @ time & one half.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 hours                               $27.37    $35.25   $43.13
                                                    1,001-2,000 hours                           $28.43    $36.84   $45.25
                                                    2,001-3,000 hours                           $29.48    $38.41   $47.35
                                                    3,001-4,000 hours                           $31.58    $41.57   $51.55
      Laborer - Hazardous
      Class A Laborer - performing work in conjunction with site   LHAZ-Z6-A                    $30.72    $43.57   $56.42 H H H H H H H D Y
      preparation and other preliminary work prior to actual                     11/14/2008
      removal, handling, or containment of hazardous waste
      substances not requiring use of personal protective
      equipment required by state or federal regulations; or a
      laborer performing work in conjunction with the removal,
      handling, or containment of hazardous waste substances
      when use of personal protective equipment level "D" is
      required.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $25.93    $36.39   $46.84
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $26.89    $37.83   $48.76
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $27.85    $39.27   $50.68
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $29.76    $42.13   $54.50

      Class B Laborer - performing work in conjunction with the LHAZ-Z6-B                       $31.72    $45.07   $58.42 H H H H H H H D Y
      removal, handling, or containment of hazardous waste                       11/14/2008
      substances when the use of personal protective equipment
      levels "A", "B" or "C" is required.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $26.68    $37.51   $48.34
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $27.69    $39.03   $50.36
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $28.70    $40.55   $52.38
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $30.71    $43.56   $56.40

        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                             BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                          PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                                  Last   Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name        Description                                            Updated  Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Laborer Underground - Tunnel, Shaft & Caisson
      Class I - Tunnel, shaft and caisson laborer, dump man,  LAUCT-Z2-1            $32.94 $43.66 $54.37 H H H H H H H D Y
      shanty man, hog house tender, testing man (on gas), and            9/1/2010
      watchman.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $27.96    $36.18   $44.41
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $28.95    $37.67   $46.39
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $29.95    $39.17   $48.39
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $31.94    $42.16   $52.37

      Class II - Manhole, headwall, catch basin builder, bricklayer LAUCT-Z2-2                  $33.03    $43.79   $54.55 H H H H H H H D Y
      tender, mortar man, material mixer, fence erector, and                     9/1/2010
      guard rail builder

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $28.03    $36.29   $44.55
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $29.03    $37.79   $46.55
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $30.03    $39.29   $48.55
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $32.03    $42.29   $52.55

      Class III - Air tool operator (jack hammer man, bush         LAUCT-Z2-3                   $33.13    $43.94   $54.75 H H H H H H H D Y
      hammer man and grinding man), first bottom man, second                     9/1/2010
      bottom man, cage tender, car pusher, carrier man, concrete
      man, concrete form man, concrete repair man, cement
      invert laborer, cement finisher, concrete shoveler, conveyor
      man, floor man, gasoline and electric tool operator, gunnite
      man, grout operator, welder, heading dinky man, inside lock
       tender, pea gravel operator, pump man, outside lock
      tender, scaffold man, top signal man, switch man, track man,
       tugger man, utility man, vibrator man, winch operator, pipe
      jacking man, wagon drill and air track operator and concrete
       saw operator (under 40 h.p.).

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $28.10    $36.40   $44.69
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $29.11    $37.91   $46.71
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $30.11    $39.41   $48.71
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $32.12    $42.42   $52.73

      Class IV - Tunnel, shaft and caisson mucker, bracer man,      LAUCT-Z2-4                  $33.29    $44.18   $55.07 H H H H H H H D Y
      liner plate man, long haul dinky driver and well point man.                9/1/2010

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $28.22    $36.58   $44.93
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $29.23    $38.09   $46.95
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $30.25    $39.62   $48.99
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $32.28    $42.66   $53.05




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                             BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                          PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Class V - Tunnel, shaft and caisson miner, drill runner,     LAUCT-Z2-5                   $33.55    $44.57   $55.59 H H H H H H H D Y
      keyboard operator, power knife operator, reinforced steel or               9/1/2010
       mesh man (e.g. wire mesh, steel mats, dowel bars)

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $28.41    $36.86   $45.31
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $29.44    $38.40   $47.37
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $30.47    $39.95   $49.43
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $32.52    $43.02   $53.53

      Class VI - Dynamite man and powder man.                      LAUCT-Z2-6                   $33.86    $45.04   $56.21 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                 9/1/2010
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $28.65    $37.22   $45.79
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $29.69    $38.78   $47.87
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $30.73    $40.34   $49.95
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $32.82    $43.48   $54.13

      Class VII - Restoration laborer, seeding, sodding, planting, LAUCT-Z2-7                   $26.13    $33.44   $40.75 H H H H H H H D Y
      cutting, mulching and topsoil grading and the restoration of               9/1/2010
      property such as replacing mail boxes, wood chips, planter
      boxes and flagstones.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $22.85    $28.52   $34.19
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $23.51    $29.51   $35.51
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $24.16    $30.48   $36.81
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $25.47    $32.45   $39.43
      Landscape Laborer
      Landscape Specialist includes air, gas, and diesel equipment LLAN-Z2-A                    $25.35    $34.89   $44.43 X X H X X X H D Y
       operator, lawn sprinkler installer on landscaping work                    6/25/2010
      where seeding, sodding, planting, cutting, trimming,
      backfilling, rough grading or maintenance of landscape
      projects occurs.
      Sundays paid at time & one half. Holidays paid at double


      All work pertaining to landscaping where seeding, sodding, LLAN-Z2-B                      $21.15    $28.59   $36.03 X X H X X X H D Y
      planting, cutting, trimming, backfilling, rough grading or                 6/25/2010
      maintaining of landscape projects occurs which may include
      small power tool operator, lawn sprinkler installer helper,
      material mover, truck driver.
      Sundays paid at time & one half. Holidays paid at double
      time.




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                             BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                             PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                    Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                        Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                                          Last    Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                                     Updated   Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Operating Engineer
      Class C- Regular equipment operator, crane, stiff leg derrick, EN-324-BH2C             $46.05 $59.57 $73.09 H H H H H H H D Y
       scraper dozer, grader, front end loader, hoist, job                       6/16/2010
      mechanic, head grease man, concrete pump truck and hydro
       excavators

      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work not performed due to weather,

                                                     Apprentice Rates:
                                                     1st 6 months                                  $37.44    $46.91    $56.37
                                                     2nd 6 months                                  $38.79    $48.93    $59.07
                                                     3rd 6 months                                  $40.14    $50.95    $61.77
                                                     4th 6 months                                  $41.49    $52.98    $64.47
                                                     5th 6 months                                  $42.85    $55.02    $67.19
                                                     6th 6 months                                  $44.20    $57.05    $69.89

      Class D- Air tugger (single drum), material hoist, boiler       EN-324-BH2D                  $41.25    $52.37    $63.49 H H H H H H H D Y
      operator, sweeping machine, winch truck, Bob Cat and                          6/16/2010
      similar equipment, elevators (when operated by an
      operating engineer), and fork truck over 20' lift

      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work not performed due to weather,
      Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Class E- Pump 6" or over, well points, freeze systems, boom EN-324-BH2E                      $40.65    $51.47    $62.29 H H H H H H H D Y
      truck (non-swinging), end dumps and laser/power screed,                       6/16/2010
      concrete wire saw 20 h.p. and over and brokk concrete
      breaker

      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work not performed due to weather,
      Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Class F- Air compressor, welder, generators, conveyors,         EN-324-BH2F                  $38.20    $47.80    $57.39 H H H H H H H D Y
      pumps under 6", Grease man, and fork truck 20' or less lift                   6/16/2010

      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work not performed due to weather,
      Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Class G- Oiler, fireman and heater operator                     EN-324-BH2G                  $36.50    $45.25    $53.99 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                    8/23/2010
      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work not performed due to weather,
      Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.



       Official Request #: 1269                                                                                       Official Rate Schedule
                Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                       Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation             on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                           of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                       prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                                                                            PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                    Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                        Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Class A- Crane w/ main Boom & Jib 220' or longer              EN-OSA                         $47.40   $61.60    $75.79 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                   6/15/2010
      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work unabled to be performed due to
      weather, Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Class A- Crane w/ main Boom & Jib 300' or longer              EN-OSA3                        $48.90   $63.85    $78.79 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                   6/15/2010
      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work unabled to be performed due to
      weather, Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Class A- Crane w/ main Boom & Jib 400' or longer              EN-OSA4                        $50.40   $66.10    $81.79 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                   6/15/2010
      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work not performed due to weather,
      Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Class B- Crane Operator with main boom and jib 140' or        EN-OSB                         $47.15   $61.22    $75.29 H H H H H H H D Y
      longer, tower cranes, gantry crane, whirley derrick                          6/15/2010

      Four 10 hour days may be scheduled Monday-Thursday or
      Tuesday-Friday. Work unabled to be performed due to
      weather, Monday-Thursday may be scheduled on Friday.


      Operating Engineer - Marine Construction
      Diver/Wet Tender, Engineer (hydraulic dredge)                 GLF-1                          $57.10   $74.85    $92.60 X X H H H H H D Y
                                                                                   1/5/2010
      Holiday pay= $110.35 per hour


         Subdivision of county       all Great Lakes, islands therein, & connecting & tributary waters
      Crane/Backhoe Operator, 70 ton or over Tug Operator,         GLF-2                          $55.60    $72.60    $89.60 X X H H H H H D Y
      Mechanic/Welder, Assistant Engineer (hydraulic dredge),                    1/5/2010
      Leverman (hydraulic dredge), Diver Tender

      Holiday pay = $106.60 per hour


         Subdivision of county        All Great Lakes, islands therein, & connecting & tributary waters
      Deck Equipment Operator, Machineryman, Maintenance of GLF-3                                 $51.85    $66.98    $82.10 X X H H H H H D Y
      Crane (over 50 ton capacity) or Backhoe (115,000 lbs or                     1/5/2010
      more), Tug/Launch Operator, Loader, Dozer on Barge, Deck
       Machinery

      Holiday pay = $97.22 per hour

         Subdivision of county         All Great Lakes, islands therein, & connecting & tributary waters


       Official Request #: 1269                                                                                      Official Rate Schedule
                Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                      Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation            on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                          of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                      prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Statewide
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                                                              BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                              PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                    Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                        Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Deck Equipment Operator, (Machineryman/Fireman), (4       GLF-4                              $46.75     $59.33    $71.90 X X H H H H H D Y
      equipment units or more), Off Road Trucks, Deck Hand, Tug                    1/5/2010
      Engineer, & Crane Maintenance 50 ton capacity and under
      or Backhoe 115,000 lbs or less, Assistant Tug Operator

      Holiday pay = $84.47 per hour


         Subdivision of county           All Great Lakes, islands therein, & connecting & tributary waters
      Operating Engineer Hazardous Waste Class I
      Level A - Fully encapsulating chemical resistant suit w/        EN-324-HWCI-Z2A                $48.03   $63.09    $78.15 H H H H H H H D Y
      pressure demand, full face piece SCBA or pressure demand                       10/2/2009
      supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA. The highest
      available level of respiratory, skin and eye protection.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.

                                                     Apprentice Rates:
                                                     1st 6 months                                  $38.49     $49.04    $59.57
                                                     2nd 6 months                                  $40.00     $51.30    $62.59
                                                     3rd 6 months                                  $41.50     $53.54    $65.59
                                                     4th 6 months                                  $43.01     $55.81    $68.61
                                                     5th 6 months                                  $44.52     $58.08    $71.63
                                                     6th 6 months                                  $46.02     $60.33    $74.63

      Level B & C protection. B - Pressure demand, full face SCBA                         EN-324-HWCI-Z2B     $47.08    $61.67$76.25H H H H H H H D
      Y
      or pressure demand supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA                    10/2/2009
      w/chemical resistant clothing. C - Full face piece, air
      purifying canister-equipped respirator w/chemical resistant
      clothing.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.

                                                     Apprentice Rates:
                                                     1st 6 months                                  $37.83     $48.04    $58.25
                                                     2nd 6 months                                  $39.29     $50.23    $61.17
                                                     3rd 6 months                                  $40.76     $52.44    $64.11
                                                     4th 6 months                                  $42.20     $54.60    $66.99
                                                     5th 6 months                                  $43.66     $56.78    $69.91
                                                     6th 6 months                                  $45.13     $58.99    $72.85




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                       Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                     Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation            on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                          of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                      prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                              BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                            PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
                                                          Page 14 of 23
          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Level D - Coveralls, safety boots, glasses or chemical splash EN-324-HWCI-Z2D               $45.78    $59.72    $73.65 H H H H H H H D Y
      goggles and hard hats.                                                      10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st 6 months                                  $36.91    $46.66    $56.41
                                                    2nd 6 months                                  $38.31    $48.77    $59.21
                                                    3rd 6 months                                  $39.70    $50.85    $61.99
                                                    4th 6 months                                  $41.10    $52.95    $64.79
                                                    5th 6 months                                  $42.49    $55.04    $67.57
                                                    6th 6 months                                  $43.88    $57.12    $70.35

      Level D When Capping Landfill Coveralls, safety boots,        EN-324-HWCI-Z2DCL             $45.53    $59.34    $73.15 H H H H H H H D Y
      glasses or chemical splash goggles and hard hats.                           10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st 6 months                                  $36.74    $46.41    $56.07
                                                    2nd 6 months                                  $38.13    $48.49    $58.85
                                                    3rd 6 months                                  $39.51    $50.56    $61.61
                                                    4th 6 months                                  $40.89    $52.63    $64.37
                                                    5th 6 months                                  $42.27    $54.70    $67.13
                                                    6th 6 months                                  $43.65    $56.77    $69.89
      Operating Engineer Hazardous Waste Class II
      Level A - Fully encapsulating chemical resistant suit w/ EN-324-HWCII-Z2A                   $43.63    $56.49    $69.35 H H H H H H H D Y
      pressure demand, full face piece SCBA or pressure demand               10/2/2009
      supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA. The highest
      available level of respiratory, skin and eye protection.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level B & C protection. B - Pressure demand, full face SCBA                        EN-324-HWCII-Z2B   $42.69    $55.08$67.47H H H H H H H D
      Y
      or pressure demand supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA                   10/2/2009
      w/chemical resistant clothing. C - Full face piece, air
      purifying canister-equipped respirator w/chemical resistant
      clothing.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.




       Official Request #: 1269                                                                                      Official Rate Schedule
                Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                     Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation           on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                         of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                     prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                               BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                           PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
                                                          Page 15 of 23
          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Level D - Coveralls, safety boots, glasses or chemical splash EN-324-HWCII-Z2D             $41.39    $53.13    $64.87 H H H H H H H D Y
      goggles and hard hats.                                                      10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D When Capping Landfill Coveralls, safety boots,        EN-324-HWCII-Z2DCL           $41.14    $52.76    $64.37 H H H H H H H D Y
      glasses or chemical splash goggles and hard hats.                           10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Operating Engineer Hazardous Waste Crane w/ Boom & Jib leads
      140' or longer
      Level A - Fully encapsulating chemical resistant suit w/ EN-324-HW140-Z2A                  $50.68    $67.07    $83.45 H H H H H H H D Y
      pressure demand, full face piece SCBA or pressure demand               10/2/2009
      supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA. The highest
      available level of respiratory, skin and eye protection.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level B & C protection. B - Pressure demand, full face SCBA                       EN-324-HW140-Z2B   $49.62    $65.48$81.33H H H H H H H D
      Y
      or pressure demand supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA                   10/2/2009
      w/chemical resistant clothing. C - Full face piece, air
      purifying canister-equipped respirator w/chemical resistant
      clothing.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D - Coveralls, safety boots, glasses or chemical splash EN-324-HW140-Z2D             $48.43    $63.69    $78.95 H H H H H H H D Y
      goggles and hard hats.                                                      10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D When Capping Landfill Coveralls, safety boots,        EN-324-HW140-Z2DCL           $48.18    $63.32    $78.45 H H H H H H H D Y
      glasses or chemical splash goggles and hard hats.                           10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                    Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                    Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation           on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                         of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                     prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                               BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                           PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
                                                          Page 16 of 23
           Classification                                                      Last    Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name        Description                                               Updated    Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Operating Engineer Hazardous Waste Crane w/ Boom & Jib leads
      220' or longer
      Level A - Fully encapsulating chemical resistant suit w/ EN-324-HW220-Z2A          $50.98 $67.52 $84.05 H H H H H H H D Y
      pressure demand, full face piece SCBA or pressure demand               10/2/2009
      supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA. The highest
      available level of respiratory, skin and eye protection.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level B & C protection. B - Pressure demand, full face SCBA                       EN-324-HW220-Z2B   $49.94    $65.96$81.97H H H H H H H D
      Y
      or pressure demand supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA                   10/2/2009
      w/chemical resistant clothing. C - Full face piece, air
      purifying canister-equipped respirator w/chemical resistant
      clothing.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D - Coveralls, safety boots, glasses or chemical splash EN-324-HW220-Z2D             $48.73    $64.14    $79.55 H H H H H H H D Y
      goggles and hard hats.                                                      10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D When Capping Landfill Coveralls, safety boots,        EN-324-HW220-Z2DCL           $48.48    $63.77    $79.05 H H H H H H H D Y
      glasses or chemical splash goggles and hard hats.                           10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Operating Engineer Hazardous Waste Regular Crane, Job
      Mechanic, Dragline Operator, Boom Truck Operator, Power Shovel
       Operator and Concrete Pump with boom
      Level A - Fully encapsulating chemical resistant suit w/ EN-324-HWRC-Z2A                   $49.00    $64.55    $80.09 H H H H H H H D Y
      pressure demand, full face piece SCBA or pressure demand              10/2/2009
      supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA. The highest
      available level of respiratory, skin and eye protection.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.




       Official Request #: 1269                                                                                     Official Rate Schedule
                Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                     Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation           on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                         of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                     prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                               BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                           PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
                                                          Page 17 of 23
           Classification                                              Last        Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name       Description                                         Updated        Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Operating Engineer Hazardous Waste Regular Crane, Job
      Mechanic, Dragline Operator, Boom Truck Operator, Power Shovel
       Operator and Concrete Pump with Boom Operator
      Level B & C protection. B - Pressure demand, full face SCBA           EN-324-HWRC-Z2B $48.05 $63.12$78.19H H H H H H H D
      Y
      or pressure demand supplied air respirator w/ escape SCBA      10/2/2009
      w/chemical resistant clothing. C - Full face piece, air
      purifying canister-equipped respirator w/chemical resistant
      clothing.

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D - Coveralls, safety boots, glasses or chemical splash EN-324-HWRC-Z2D              $46.75    $61.17   $75.59 H H H H H H H D Y
      goggles and hard hats.                                                     10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Level D When Capping Landfill Coveralls, safety boots,       EN-324-HWRC-Z2DCL             $46.50    $60.80   $75.09 H H H H H H H D Y
      glasses or chemical splash goggles and hard hats.                         10/2/2009

      Four 10 hour days may be worked Monday-Thursday with
      Friday as a straight-time make up day.


      Operating Engineer Steel Work
      Forklift, 1 Drum Hoist                                       EN-324-ef                     $54.06    $71.85   $89.63 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Crane w/ 120' boom or longer                                 EN-324-SW120                  $56.51    $75.52   $94.53 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Crane w/ 120' boom or longer w/ Oiler                        EN-324-SW120-O                $57.51    $77.02   $96.53 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                 6/2/2009
      Crane w/ 140' boom or longer                                 EN-324-SW140                  $57.69    $77.29   $96.89 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Crane w/ 140' boom or longer W/ Oiler                        EN-324-SW140-O                $58.69    $78.79   $98.89 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                 6/2/2009
      Boom & Jib 220' or longer                                    EN-324-SW220                  $57.96    $77.70   $97.43 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Crane w/ 220' boom or longer w/ Oiler                        EN-324-SW220-O                $58.96    $79.20   $99.43 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                 6/2/2009
      Boom & Jib 300' or longer                                    EN-324-SW300                  $59.46    $79.95 $100.43 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Crane w/ 300' boom or longer w/ Oiler                        EN-324-SW300-O                $60.46    $81.45 $102.43 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                 6/2/2009
      Boom & Jib 400' or longer                                    EN-324-SW400                  $60.96    $82.20 $103.43 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009

        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                    Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                    Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation           on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                         of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                     prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                                                               BID # 50201-670-11EL
                                                                                                           PREVAILING WAGE RATES
                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
                                                          Page 18 of 23
          Classification                                        Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name      Description                                    Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Crane w/ 400' boom or longer w/ Oiler                        EN-324-SW400-O                $61.96    $83.70 $105.43 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                 6/2/2009
      Crane Operator, Job Mechanic, 3 Drum Hoist & Excavator       EN-324-SWCO                   $56.15    $74.98   $93.81 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-999 hours                                  $44.35    $57.53   $70.71
                                                    1,000-1,999 hours                            $46.23    $60.35   $74.47
                                                    2,000-2,999 hours                            $48.12    $63.19   $78.25
                                                    3,000-3,999 hours                            $50.01    $66.02   $82.03
                                                    4,000-4,999 hours                            $51.89    $68.84   $85.79
                                                    5,000 hours                                  $53.77    $71.66   $89.55

      Crane w/ Oiler                                               EN-324-SWCO-O                 $57.15    $76.48   $95.81 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                6/2/2009
      Compressor or Welder Operator                                EN-324-SWCW                   $48.70    $63.81   $78.91 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Hoisting Operator, 2 Drum Hoist, & Rubber Tire Backhoe       EN-324-SWHO                   $55.51    $74.02   $92.53 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Oiler                                                        EN-324-SWO                    $47.29    $61.69   $76.09 H H D H H H D D Y
                                                                                  6/2/2009
      Tower Crane & Derrick where work is 50' or more above first EN-324-SWTD50                  $57.24    $76.62   $95.99 H H D H H H D D Y
       level                                                                   6/2/2009


      Tower Crane & Derrick 50' or more w/ Oiler where work        EN-324-SWTD50-O               $58.24    $78.12   $97.99 H H D H H H D D Y
      station is 50' or more above first level                                  6/2/2009

      Operating Engineer Underground
      Class I Equipment                                            EN-324A2-UC1                  $45.53    $59.32   $73.10 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                  9/10/2009
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-999 hours                                  $36.76    $46.41   $56.06
                                                    1,000-1,999 hours                            $38.14    $48.48   $58.82
                                                    2,000-2,999 hours                            $39.52    $50.55   $61.58
                                                    3,000-3,999 hours                            $40.89    $52.61   $64.32
                                                    4,000-4,999 hours                            $42.27    $54.68   $67.08
                                                    5,000-5,999 hours                            $43.65    $56.75   $69.84

      Class II Equipment                                           EN-324A2-UC2                  $40.64    $51.98   $63.32 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                  9/10/2009
      Class III Equipment                                          EN-324A2-UC3                  $40.14    $51.23   $62.32 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                  9/10/2009
      Class IV Equipment                                           EN-324A2-UC4                  $39.86    $50.81   $61.76 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                  9/10/2009




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                    Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                    Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation           on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                         of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                     prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                                Last    Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                           Updated   Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Painter
      Painter                                                PT-845-BR             $31.74 $42.36 $52.98 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                       10/6/2009
      A 4-10s workweek allowed Monday-Thursday. Friday may be
       a make-up day if less than 40 were worked Mon-Thurs.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1000 hours                                $22.18    $28.02   $33.86
                                                    1001-2000 hours                             $23.24    $29.61   $35.98
                                                    2001-3000 hours                             $24.94    $32.16   $39.38
                                                    3001-4000 hours                             $26.43    $34.40   $42.36
                                                    4001-5000 hours                             $28.55    $37.58   $46.60
                                                    5001-6000 hours                             $30.68    $40.77   $50.86
      Pipe and Manhole Rehab
      General Laborer for rehab work or normal cleaning and cctv TM247                          $26.00    $34.90            H H H H H H H H N
       work-top man, scaffold man, CCTV assistant, jetter-vac                    6/16/2009
      assistant


      Tap cutter/CCTV Tech/Grout Equipment Operator: unit          TM247-2                      $30.50    $41.65            H H H H H H H H N
      driver and operator of CCTV; grouting equipment and tap                    6/16/2009
      cutting equipment


      CCTV Technician/Combo Unit Operator: unit driver and        TM247-3                       $29.25    $39.77            H H H H H H H H N
      operator of cctv unit or combo unit in connection with normal              6/16/2009
       cleaning and televising work


      Boiler Operator: unit driver and operator of steam/water     TM247-4                      $31.00    $42.40            H H H H H H H H N
      heater units and all ancillary equipment associated                        6/16/2009


      Combo Unit driver & Jetter-Vac Operator                      TM247-5                      $31.00    $42.40            H H H H H H H H N
                                                                                 6/22/2009
      Pipe Bursting & Slip-lining Equipment Operator               TM247-6                      $32.00    $43.90            H H H H H H H H N
                                                                                 6/22/2009
      Plasterer
      Plasterer                                                    PL16-2                       $36.92    $49.39   $61.86 H H H H H H H D N
                                                                                 6/1/2010
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st year                                    $28.19    $36.30   $44.40
                                                    2nd year                                    $30.68    $40.03   $49.38
                                                    3rd year                                    $33.18    $43.78   $54.38




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                              Last     Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name       Description                                        Updated    Hourly     a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Plumber & Pipefitter
      Plumber & Pipefitter                                PL-333-RI              $51.02 $76.33 $101.64 H H H H H H H D Y
      Four 10s allowed Monday thru Thursday. Friday not a           12/29/2009
      makeup, considered OT, paid @ time & one-half.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st 6 months                                $32.97    $49.26   $65.54
                                                    2nd 6 months                                $34.61    $51.72   $68.82
                                                    3rd 6 months                                $36.25    $54.18   $72.10
                                                    4th 6 months                                $37.89    $56.64   $75.38
                                                    5th 6 months                                $39.53    $59.10   $78.66
                                                    6th 6 months                                $41.17    $61.56   $81.94
                                                    7th 6 months                                $42.82    $64.03   $85.24
                                                    8th 6 months                                $44.46    $66.49   $88.52
                                                    9th 6 months                                $46.10    $68.95   $91.80
                                                    10th 6 months                               $47.74    $71.41   $95.08
      Roofer
      Commercial Roofer                                             RO-70-Z2                    $34.95    $46.38   $57.80 X X H H H H H D Y
                                                                                 3/28/2008
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    1st Class                                   $20.63    $25.35   $30.07
                                                    2nd Class                                   $22.56    $28.19   $33.82
                                                    3rd Class                                   $24.53    $31.12   $37.70
                                                    4th Class                                   $26.36    $33.83   $41.31
                                                    5th Class                                   $28.21    $36.56   $44.90
                                                    6th Class                                   $30.03    $39.23   $48.43
      Sewer Relining
      Class I-Operator of audio visual CCTV system including        SR-I                        $40.32    $54.65   $68.97 H H H H H H H D N
      remote in-ground cutter and other equipment used in                        11/10/2009
      conjunction with CCTV system.


      Class II-Operator of hot water heaters and circulation        SR-II                       $38.79    $52.35   $65.91 H H H H H H H D N
      system; water jetters; and vacuum and mechanical debris                    11/10/2009
      removal systems and those assisting.


      Sheet Metal Worker
      Sheet Metal Worker                                            SHM-7-1                     $45.17    $58.55   $71.93 H H H H D D D D Y
      4 10s allowed as consecutive days, M-Th or T-F                             8/3/2010

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    First Year                                  $24.13    $30.82   $37.51
                                                    Second Year                                 $29.27    $37.30   $45.33
                                                    Third Year                                  $37.14    $46.51   $55.87
                                                    Fourth Year                                 $39.82    $50.53   $61.23




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                              Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                     Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                         Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                        Last    Straight Time and Double    Overtime
      Name        Description                                  Updated    Hourly    a Half  Time     Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Sprinkler Fitter
      Sprinkler Fitter                                SP 669               $46.51 $61.99 $77.47 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                               9/17/2009
                                         Apprentice Rates:
                                                       Class 1 & 2                              $23.44    $31.31   $39.17
                                                       Class 3                                  $29.35    $37.75   $46.15
                                                       Class 4                                  $30.93    $40.12   $49.31
                                                       Class 5                                  $35.50    $45.47   $55.45
                                                       Class 6                                  $37.07    $47.83   $58.59
                                                       Class 7                                  $38.65    $50.20   $61.75
                                                       Class 8                                  $40.22    $52.55   $64.89
                                                       Class 9                                  $41.79    $54.91   $68.03
                                                       Class 10                                 $43.36    $57.27   $71.17
      Tile, Terrazzo and Mosiac
      Finisher                                                       BR9-31-TF                  $29.32   $38.41    $47.50 H H H X H H H D Y
                                                                                 8/23/2010
                                                       Apprentice Rates:
                                                       0-749 hours                              $22.96    $28.87   $34.78
                                                       750-1,499 hours                          $23.87    $30.24   $36.60
                                                       1,500-2,249 hours                        $24.78    $31.60   $38.42
                                                       2,250-2,999 hours                        $25.68    $32.95   $40.22
                                                       3,000-3,749 hours                        $26.59    $34.32   $42.04
                                                       3,750-4,499 hours                        $27.50    $35.68   $43.86

      Setter                                                         BR9-31-TS                  $34.69   $45.46    $56.22 H H H X H H H D Y
                                                                                 8/23/2010
                                                       Apprentice Rates:
                                                       0-749 hours                              $27.15    $34.14   $41.14
                                                       750-1499 hours                           $28.23    $35.76   $43.30
                                                       1500-2249 hours                          $29.31    $37.38   $45.46
                                                       2250-2999 hours                          $30.38    $38.99   $47.60
                                                       3000-3749 hours                          $31.46    $40.61   $49.76
                                                       3750-4499 hours                          $32.54    $42.23   $51.92
      Truck Driver
      of all trucks of 8 cubic yd capacity or over                   TM-RB2                     $36.84   $36.44             H H H H H H H H Y
                                                                                 9/17/2009
      of all trucks of 8 cubic yard capacity or less                 TM-RB2A                    $36.74   $36.29             H H H H H H H H Y
                                                                                 9/17/2009
      on euclid type equipment                                       TM-RB2B                    $36.99   $36.66             H H H H H H H H Y
                                                                                 9/17/2009




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                            Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                   Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                       Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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          Classification                                             Last   Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                       Updated  Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class I
      Construction Laborer                               LAUC-Z3-1            $30.88 $40.52 $50.15 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                   9/1/2010
                                            Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $26.52    $33.98   $41.43
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $27.39    $35.28   $43.17
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $28.26    $36.58   $44.91
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $30.01    $39.21   $48.41
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class II
      Mortar and material mixer, concrete form man, signal man, LAUC-Z3-2                       $31.02    $40.73   $50.43 H H H H H H H D Y
      well point man, manhole, headwall and catch basin builder,                 9/1/2010
      guard rail builders, headwall, seawall, breakwall, dock
      builder and fence erector.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $26.62    $34.12   $41.63
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $27.50    $35.44   $43.39
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $28.38    $36.76   $45.15
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $30.14    $39.40   $48.67
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class III
      Air, gasoline and electric tool operator, vibrator operator, LAUC-Z3-3                    $31.14    $40.91   $50.67 H H H H H H H D Y
      drillers, pump man, tar kettle operator, bracers, rodder,                  9/1/2010
      reinforced steel or mesh man (e.g. wire mesh, steel mats,
      dowel bars, etc.), cement finisher, welder, pipe jacking and
      boring man, wagon drill and air track operator and concrete
       saw operator (under 40 h.p.), windlass and tugger man,
      and directional boring man.

                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $26.71    $34.26   $41.81
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hous                       $27.60    $35.60   $43.59
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $28.48    $36.92   $45.35
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $30.25    $39.57   $48.89
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class IV
      Trench or excavating grade man.                              LAUC-Z3-4                    $31.19    $40.98   $50.77 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                                 9/1/2010
                                                    Apprentice Rates:
                                                    0-1,000 work hours                          $26.75    $34.32   $41.89
                                                    1,001-2,000 work hours                      $27.64    $35.66   $43.67
                                                    2,001-3,000 work hours                      $28.53    $36.99   $45.45
                                                    3,001-4,000 work hours                      $30.30    $39.64   $48.99




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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                             Official 2010 Prevailing Wage Rates for State Funded Projects
                                                    Issue Date:    9/2/2010
                                        Contract must be awarded by:        12/1/2010
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           Classification                                            Last   Straight Time and Double   Overtime
      Name       Description                                       Updated  Hourly     a Half  Time    Provision
      ==============================================================================================================
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class V
      Pipe Layer                                         LAUC-Z3-5            $31.33 $41.19 $51.05 H H H H H H H D Y
                                                                   9/1/2010
                                            Apprentice Rates:
                                                     0-1,000 work hours                         $26.85    $34.47   $42.09
                                                     1,001-2,000 work hours                     $27.75    $35.82   $43.89
                                                     2,001-3,000 work hours                     $28.65    $37.17   $45.69
                                                     3,001-4,000 work hours                     $30.43    $39.84   $49.25
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class VI
      Grouting man, top man assistant, audio visual television       LAUC-Z3-6                  $28.63    $37.14   $45.65 H H H H H H H D Y
      operations and all other operations in connection with                     9/1/2010
      closed circuit television inspection, pipe cleaning and pipe
      relining work and the installation & repair of water service
      pipe & appurtenances

                                                     Apprentice Rates:
                                                     0-1,000 work hours                         $24.83    $31.44   $38.05
                                                     1,001-2,000 work hours                     $25.59    $32.58   $39.57
                                                     2,001-3,000 work hours                     $26.35    $33.72   $41.09
                                                     3,001-4,000 work hours                     $27.87    $36.00   $44.13
      Underground Laborer Open Cut, Class VII
      Restoration laborer, seeding, sodding, planting, cutting,    LAUC-Z3-7                    $25.78    $32.87   $39.95 H H H H H H H D Y
      mulching and topsoil grading and the restoration of property               9/1/2010
       such as replacing mail boxes, wood chips, planter boxes,
      flagstones etc.

                                                     Apprentice Rates:
                                                     0-1,000 work hours                         $22.69    $28.23   $33.77
                                                     1,001-2,000 work hours                     $23.31    $29.16   $35.01
                                                     2,001-3,000 work hours                     $23.93    $30.09   $36.25
                                                     3,001-4,000 work hours                     $25.16    $31.94   $38.71




        Official Request #: 1269                                                                                   Official Rate Schedule
                 Requestor: LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                   Every contractor and subcontractor shall keep posted
       Project Description: Electrical & Hot Water Heating System Installation          on the construction site, in a conspicuous place, a copy
                                                                                        of all prevailing wage and fringe benefit rates
          Project Number: #50201-670-11EL Gannon Mechanical Room 129                    prescribed in a contract.
                  County: Ingham
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ENGINEERS - CLASSES OF EQUIPMENT LIST

UNDERGROUND ENGINEERS                                                     HAZARDOUS WASTE ABATEMENT ENGINEERS

                                                                          CLASS I
CLASS I                                                                   Backhoe, Batch Plant Operator, Clamshell, Concrete Breaker
Backfiller Tamper, Backhoe, Batch Plant Operator, Clam-Shell,             when attached to hoe, Concrete Cleaning Decontamination
Concrete Paver (2 drums or larger), Conveyor Loader (Euclid type),        Machine Operator, Concrete Pump, Concrete Paver, Crusher,
Crane (crawler, truck type or pile driving), Dozer, Dragline,             Dozer, Elevating Grader, Endloader, Farm Tractor (90 h.p. and
Elevating Grader, End Loader, Gradall (and similar type machine) ,        higher), Gradall, Grader, Heavy Equipment Robotics Operator,
Grader, Power Shovel, Roller (asphalt), Scraper (self propelled or        Hydro Excavator, Loader, Pug Mill, Pumpcrete Machines,
tractor drawn), Side Broom Tractor (type D-4 or larger), Slope            Pump Trucks, Roller, Scraper (self-propelled or tractor drawn),
Paver, Trencher (over 8’ digging capacity), Well Drilling Rig,            Side Boom Tractor, Slip Form Paver, Slope Paver, Trencher,
Mechanic, Slip Form Paver, Hydro Excavator.                               Ultra High Pressure Waterjet Cutting Tool System Operator,
                                                                          Vactors, Vacuum Blasting Machine Operator, Vertical Lifting
CLASS II                                                                  Hoist, Vibrating Compaction Equipment (self-propelled), and
Boom Truck (power swing type boom), Crusher, Hoist, Pump (1 or            Well Drilling Rig.
more 6" discharge or larger gas or diesel powered by generator of
300 amps or more, inclusive of generator), Side Boom Tractor              CLASS II
(smaller than type D-4 or equivalent), Tractor (pneu-tired, other         Air Compressor, Concrete Breaker when not attached to hoe,
than backhoe or front end loader), Trencher (8’ digging capacity          Elevator, End Dumps, Equipment Decontamination Operator,
and smaller), Vac Truck.                                                  Farm Tractor (less than 90 h.p.), Forklift, Generator, Heater,
                                                                          Mulcher, Pigs (Portable Reagent Storage Tanks), Power
CLASS III                                                                 Screens, Pumps (water), Stationary Compressed Air Plant,
Air Compressors (600 cfm or larger), Air Compressors (2 or more           Sweeper, Water Wagon and Welding Machine .
less than 600 cfm), Boom Truck (non-swinging, non-powered type
boom), Concrete Breaker (self-propelled or truck mounted, includes
compressor), Concrete Paver (1 drum, ½ yard or larger), Elevator
(other than passenger), Maintenance Man, Mechanic Helper, Pump
(2 or more 4" up to 6" discharge, gas or diesel powered, excluding
submersible pump), Pumpcrete Machine (and similar equipment),
Wagon Drill Machine, Welding Machine or Generator (2 or more
300 amp or larger, gas or diesel powered).


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CLASS IV
Boiler, Concrete Saw (40HP or over), Curing Machine (self-
                                                                                                                 Revised: 05/23/08
propelled), Farm Tractor (w/attachment), Finishing Machine
(concrete), Firemen, Hydraulic Pipe Pushing Machine, Mulching
Equipment, Oiler (2 or more up to 4", exclude submersible), Pumps
(2 or more up to 4" discharge if used 3 hrs or more a day-gas or
diesel powered, excluding submersible pumps), Roller (other than
asphalt), Stump Remover, Vibrating Compaction Equipment (6’
wide or over), Trencher (service) Sweeper (Wayne type and similar
equipment), Water Wagon, Extend-a-Boom Forklift.




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                                 Michigan Department Energy, Labor & Economic Growth
                                                  Wage & Hour Division
                             Overtime Provisions for MICHIGAN PREVAILING WAGE RATE
                                              COMMERCIAL SCHEDULE

  1.    Overtime is represented as a nine character code. Each character represents a certain period of time after the first 8 hours Monday
        thru Friday.
                                      Monday thru Friday           Saturday         Sunday & Holidays         Four 10s

             First 8 Hours                                             4

             9th Hour                          1                       5                      8
                                                                                                                  9
             10th Hour                         2                       6
             Over 10 hours                     3                       7
        Overtime for Monday thru Friday after 8 hours:
        the 1st character is for time worked in the 9th hour (8.1 - 9 hours)
        the 2nd character is for time worked in the 10th hour (9.1 - 10 hours)
        the 3rd character is for time worked beyond the 10th hour (10.1 and beyond)

        Overtime on Saturday:
        the 4th character is for time worked in the first 8 hours on Saturday (0 - 8 hours)
        the 5th character is for time worked in the 9th hour on Saturday (8.1 - 9 hours)
        the 6th character is for time worked in the 10th hour (9.1 - 10 hours)
        the 7th character is for time worked beyond the 10th hour (10.01 and beyond)

        Overtime on Sundays & Holidays
        The 8th character is for time worked on Sunday or on a holiday

        Four Ten Hour Days
        The 9th character indicates if an optional 4-day 10-hour per day workweek can be worked between Monday and Friday without
        paying overtime after 8 hours worked, unless otherwise noted in the rate schedule. To utilize a 4 ten workweek, notice is
        required from the employer to employee prior to the start of work on the project.

   2.   Overtime Indicators Used in the Overtime Provision:
        H - means TIME AND ONE-HALF due
        X - means TIME AND ONE-HALF due after 40 HOURS worked
        D - means DOUBLE PAY due
        Y - means YES an optional 4-day 10-hour per day workweek can be worked without
            paying overtime after 8 hours worked
        N - means NO an optional 4-day 10-hour per day workweek can not be worked without
            paying overtime after 8 hours worked

   3.   EXAMPLES:
        HHHHHHHDN - This example shows that the 1½ rate must be used for time worked after 8 hours Monday thru Friday (characters
        1 - 3); for all hours worked on Saturday, 1½ rate is due (characters 4 - 7). Work done on Sundays or holidays must be paid double
        time (character 8). The N (character 9) indicates that 4 ten-hour days is not an acceptable workweek at regular pay.

        XXXHHHHDY - This example shows that the 1½ rate must be used for time worked after 40 hours are worked Monday thru
        Friday (characters 1-3); for hours worked on Saturday, 1½ rate is due (characters 4 – 7). Work done on Sundays or holidays
        must be paid double time (character 8). The Y (character 9) indicates that 4 ten-hour days is an acceptable alternative
        workweek.     (REV 09/29/09)



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                                                                           PROJECT LABOR AGREEMENT

                                  MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
                                                   BETWEEN
                                     LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                      AND
            THE MICHIGAN STATE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL
                                                    FOR THE
                                     LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
   GANNON BUILDING MECHANICAL ROOM 129 ELECTRICAL & HOT WATER INSTALLATION
                                    LOCATED IN LANSING, MICHIGAN
                                           INTENT AND PURPOSE
This Memorandum of Understanding is entered into for work performed on Gannon Building Mechanical Room
129 Electrical & Hot Water Installation located in Lansing, Michigan hereinafter called the "Project", by and
between Lansing Community College, signatory hereto (hereinafter referred to both individually and
collectively as the "Employer") and the Michigan State Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO,
and its affiliated local unions signatory hereto (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Unions" or
individually as the "Union"). The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding is to ensure that all
construction work for this project and this project only shall proceed economically, efficiently, continuously and
without interruption.

                                  ARTICLE I - SCOPE OF MEMORANDUM

Section 1.1 This Memorandum of Understanding shall apply to all work performed by each signatory
employer on the Gannon Building Mechanical Room 129 Electrical & Hot Water Installation located in
Lansing, Michigan. The provision of applicable local collective bargaining agreements shall apply to all work
performed on this project and this project only unless any provisions therein, conflicts with a provision of this
Memorandum of Understanding, in which case, this Memorandum of Understanding shall apply except as noted
on attached Appendix "A."

Section 1.2 Prior to the commencement of any of the aforementioned work, Lansing Community College will
notify the Council of its construction plans. The Council and its affiliated local unions will assist the employer,
if requested, to obtain the names of signatory contractors to perform this work.

Section 1.3 Should the Council and its affiliates be unable to meet this request, the Employer may use any
contractor who will employ building trades workers who are affiliates of the Michigan State Building and
Construction Trades Council or any contractor or subcontractor who does not employ building trades workers
but is ready, willing and able to execute this Memorandum of Understanding as a signatory for this project and
this project only and does in fact enter into this Memorandum of Understanding for this project only.

Section 1.4 This Memorandum of Understanding does not apply to work performed by non-manual employees
including, but not limited to: superintendents, supervisors, engineers, field engineers, quality assurance and
quality inspectors, office workers, messengers, persons making deliveries to and from the job site, guards,
medical personnel and emergency vehicle operators.

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Section 1.5 Employers or their subcontractors will not be allowed to establish or utilize fabrication or
assembly facilities or stations outside the Project site to perform work that is customarily performed on-site in
an attempt to circumvent the provisions of the Memorandum,
       A. Off-site work as defined in the collective bargaining agreements of the United Association of
       Plumbers and Pipe Fitters and the Sheet Metal Workers International Association and IBPAT for
       fabrication shall fall under this Memorandum.

                                         ARTICLE II - NO STRIKES

Section 2.1 The employees and the Unions agree that they will not condone or participate in any strikes,
picketing, and interference with the delivery of materials to and from the Project, slowdowns, work stoppages
or disruptive activity of any kind on or at the Project. The employees and Unions agree not to honor any picket
or demonstration which has been established at the entrances of the Project by any individual, group or
organization, whether or not it is party to this Memorandum of Understanding. There will be no lockout by the
Employer.

Section 2.2 The Unions agree to use every effort to immediately terminate any work stoppages in violation of
this Article including, but not limited to, advising each and every employee who engages in such conduct that
his/her actions are in violation of this Memorandum of Understanding and that he/she is subject to discharge for
engaging in such conduct.

Section 2.3 The parties hereto agree to meet within forty-eight (48) hours to address any issue of importance
identified by the Employer or the union(s).

Section 2.4 There shall be a pre-job conference with all contractors and subcontractors prior to starting work.

                                     ARTICLE III
               WORK ASSIGNMENTS AND JURISDICTIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTIONS

Section 3.1 The National Plan for the Settlement of Jurisdictional Disputes shall govern all parties. The
Employer who has the responsibility for the performance and installation shall make a specific assignment of
the work in accordance with the Agreement of Decisions of Record. In the absence of such agreements, or
decisions of record, it is the Employer's responsibility to make an assignment in accordance with the procedural
rules of the National Plan. The Employer shall attempt, through pre-job and pre-assignment conferences with
Union Representatives, to clear up all work assignments in which there is thought to be a difference in opinion.
Efforts shall be made to hold such conferences well in advance of actual work performance.

Section 3.2 All of the disputing parties involved agree to stipulate to the procedures of the Plan for the
Settlement of Jurisdictional Disputes in the Construction Industry for disputes involving the building
construction discipline. The dispute will be settled in accordance with the procedural rules and decision of the
Plan and shall be binding upon the Employer and the Unions.

Section 3.3 All Jurisdictional disputes will be resolved without the occurrence of any strikes, slowdowns,
lockouts or other work stoppages and the Employer's assignment shall be followed until the parties resolve the
dispute.




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Section 3.4 Should a Jurisdictional dispute arise because of a written assignment, the Business Representatives
of the trades involved will meet and attempt to resolve the dispute.

Section 3.5 Failure to resolve the dispute (3.3 above), the trades involved will immediately request assistance
from their respective International Unions.

Section 3.6 The International Representatives will meet with the Business Representatives and Employer
Representatives and attempt to resolve the dispute. This meeting, if required, will be held at the job site office.

Section 3.7 There will be no work stoppage at any time during the life of this Memorandum of Understanding
due to Jurisdictional disputes.

                                   ARTICLE IV - PAYMENT OF FRINGES

Any Union having a claim against a contractor or subcontractor for unpaid wages and/or fringe benefits for
work performed on the Project shall give written notice of such claim to such contractor or subcontractor (with
a copy of notice to the General Contractor) within three (3) business days after such claim has become known.
Upon receipt of such written notice, the General Contractor involved shall withhold an amount equal to the
claim from the next disbursement payable to the contractor/subcontractor, pending resolution of the dispute
satisfactory to the General Contractor and Board of Trustees of the respective benefit fund. In the event of any
such dispute, the Union agrees to use its best efforts to pursue any legal remedies available including litigation
by Fund Trustees. It is understood that the intent of this Section is to accomplish prompt and effective
resolution of any dispute(s) between the Union and any contractor or subcontractor over the payment of wages
and fringes.

                                          ARTICLE V-UNION WORK

The parties understand and agree that each contractor and subcontractor at all tiers of the Project shall, prior to
beginning work on the project, become signatory parties to the respective current collective bargaining
agreements of the appropriate local unions of the Michigan State Building and Construction Trades Council
affiliates, and shall in consideration for the Union's agreement not to strike, become signatory parties to any
subsequent collective bargaining agreements negotiated during the term of this Project and this project only
comply with the terms of said agreements retroactive to their respective effective dates. The General Contractor
hereby agrees to notify the designated representative of the Michigan State Building and Construction Trades
Council of the successful contractors and subcontractors prior to the start of work by those contractors and
subcontractors. The General Contractor agrees to establish a Labor/Management Committee to resolve and/or
review issues that may arise during the life of the Project. The Labor/Management Committee meetings will be
held monthly on the Project site.

                             ARTICLE VI - BUILDING MATERIAL DELIVERY

The parties understand and agree to the extent permitted by law; the term "Employer," contractor and
subcontractor shall apply to suppliers of concrete, sand, gravel, asphalt and other aggregates for on and off-site
delivery. The parties further understand and agree that all building materials delivered to the job site which are
normally and customarily unloaded by the trades in accordance with the existing agreements shall be unloaded
by those trades.


                        ARTICLE VII - PROVISION FOR ELEVATOR OPERATORS
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Section 7.1 This Memorandum shall include the following provision: Prior to final inspection and turnover to
the Owner, the operation, maintenance and repair of all elevators and material hoists for the purpose of hauling
personnel and/or material, shall be the jurisdiction of the Operating Engineers Local 324 or the Elevator
Constructors Local 85 (Lansing). Final inspection of the permanent building, elevators and their acceptance by
the Owner will terminate this provision.

                               ARTICLE VIII - HOPE SCHOLARSHIP FUND

All signatory labor organizations whose members shall perform work under this Memorandum of
Understanding shall contribute an amount equivalent to 5 cents for each hour worked by their respective
employees to the Hope Scholarship Fund.

                                         ARTICLE IV - DURATION

This Memorandum of Understanding shall be effective from the date of signing and shall continue in full force
and effect until the completion of the Project by the Employer.




Signed this _____ day of_______, 2010.


By:____________________________________


For: Lansing Community College


By:____________________________________
  Patrick J. Devlin, CEO


For: The Michigan State Building and Construction Trades Council




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                                                APPENDIX "A'
                                      LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING
                                                  BETWEEN
                                 LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND
           THE MICHIGAN STATE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL
                          FOR THE OWNER FURNISHED EQUIPMENT ON THE
                                    LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
   GANNON BUILDING MECHANICAL ROOM 129 ELECTRICAL & HOT WATER INSTALLATION

The following items shall be excluded and do not fall under this Memorandum of Understanding:

    1. All work previously awarded on the project prior to execution of this Memorandum of Understanding.
       It is understood that building trades will not cause any work stoppages due to previously awarded
       contractors completing their contractual obligation with Lansing Community College.
    2. The following items of work are excluded from this Memorandum of Understanding:

     a. Installation of all furniture, fixtures and equipment not contracted as part of bid packages issued under
        the General Contractor’s contract with Lansing Community College.
     b. Installation of any technical systems/equipment that is plug-in installation.
     c. All work performed by full-time employees on Lansing Community College payroll.

    3. All bid packages will receive a minimum of five (5) signatory bidders or Lansing Community College
       has the option to use other contractors to secure a total of five (5) competitive bids. If building trades
       provide (5) signatory bidders, Lansing Community College no longer has the option to go to other
       contractors.
    4. The transfer and delivery of Lansing Community College equipment to the site will be at the discretion
       of Lansing Community College and not under this Memorandum of Understanding.
    5. Anyone operating power equipment has to be certified on that equipment.
    6. At the end of Lansing Community College’s contract with the General Contractor, this Memorandum
       of Understanding will be terminated.

Signed this _____ day of_______, 2010.

By:____________________________________

For: Lansing Community College

By:____________________________________
    Patrick J. Devlin, CEO

For: The Michigan State Building and Construction Trades Council

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                                                                          LOCATION - CAMPUS MAP




                        The MAIN Campus map is located at link:

                           http://www.lcc.edu/maps/campus.htm


                  Please copy and paste the above link in the Internet Address




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ARTICLE 1                                          GENERAL

1.1          This Invitation for Bid (IFB) contains requests for specific information. Contractors
             however, in responding to this IFB, are encouraged to provide any additional information
             they believe relevant.

1.2          Contractors are encouraged to examine all sections of this IFB carefully. Clause headings
             appearing in the IFB have been inserted for convenience and ready reference. They do not
             purport to define, limit or extend the scope of intent of the respective clauses.

1.3          Each bidder shall examine the bidding documents carefully and, not later than three days
             prior to the date for receipt of bids, shall make written request to the Purchasing Office for
             interpretation or correction of any ambiguity, inconsistency or error therein which are
             discovered. Only written interpretation or correction by addendum shall be binding. No
             explanation or interpretations requested or made orally will be considered binding.

1.4          Each bidder shall submit a bid based on the entire set of bid documents. In addition to the
             Construction Documents furnished by the College, bidders shall review all the
             Construction Documents listed on the title or index sheet, if differing from those provided
             by the College, to identify work related to their respective bid package. Complete sets of
             Construction Documents are available for review or can be obtained from the Purchasing
             Office.

ARTICLE 2                           BIDDER’S EXAMINATION OF PREMISES

2.1          The Bidder shall visit the site to familiarize himself with local conditions affecting the
             project. The Bidder shall take his own measurements and be responsible for the
             correctness of same. The Bidder shall be held to have made such examinations and no
             allowances will be made in his behalf by reason of error or omission on his part. If any
             part of the Contractor’s Work depends, for proper results, upon existing Work or the Work
             of another contractor, the Contractor shall notify the Purchasing Office before commencing
             work of any conditions or defects that will affect the results. Failure to so notify will
             constitute acceptance of the conditions.

2.2          Plans, diagrams and other descriptive information that depict existing conditions are
             provided for scope identification and scheduling purposes only – dimensions should not be
             scaled. Quantities, elevations, measurements and locations shown may have been
             approximated and/or gathered from dated, incomplete original construction documents.
             Therefore, this data should not be used for bidding purposes without field verification by
             the Bidder.




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2.3          The Contract Documents are intended to provide sufficient information and intent for the
             Contractor to assume responsibility for all Work and Materials necessary for proper
             completion of the Work. The Contractor’s own site inspection or contract document
             review of the work areas shall be relied upon to provide the Contractor all other
             information he may require to properly execute and complete the Work. If this inspection
             presents any unanswered questions, they must be submitted in writing to the Purchasing
             Office at least three (3) days before the bid to allow written addenda to be issued.

2.4          Failure to request any required written clarification by addenda and submission of a Bid
             shall constitute acceptance of all contract document terms and conditions.

2.5          Any incidental item of material, labor or detail, required for the proper execution and
             completion of the Work, omitted from the Contract Documents, but required by governing
             codes, local regulations, trade practices, operational functions, and good workmanship,
             shall be provided as part of the Contract Work without extra charge, even though not
             specifically detailed or mentioned.

ARTICLE 3                                  VARIATIONS

3.1          In those cases where mandatory requirements are stated, material failure to meet those
             requirements could result in disqualification of the contractor’s response. Any deviation or
             exception from IFB specifications must be clearly identified by the contractor in its bid,
             specifically under the category, “Alternate Bids”.

3.2          Each bid or proposal shall be based upon the materials and equipment described in the
             bidding documents.

3.3          No substitution will be considered unless written request has been submitted to the
             Purchasing Office for approval at least three (3) days prior to the date for receipt of bids.
             Each such request shall include a complete description of the proposed substitute, the name
             of the material or equipment for which it is to be substituted, drawings, cuts, performance
             and test data and any other data or information necessary for a complete evaluation. Only
             approvals embodied in a written addendum shall be binding.

ARTICLE 4                                          BID FORMAT

4.1          Three (3) copies of bids are to be submitted.

4.2          All bids must be submitted on the bid forms provided as part of the bidding documents and
             in accordance with this IFB.

4.3          A bid is invalid if it has not been deposited at the designated location prior to the time and
             date for receipt of bids indicated in the advertisement or prior to any extension thereof
             issued by addendum to the bidders.



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4.4          No bidder shall modify, withdraw or cancel a bid or any part thereof for sixty- (60) days
             after the time designated for the receipt of bids.

4.5          Each bidder shall ascertain prior to submitting a bid that he/she has received all Addenda
             issued and shall acknowledge receipt in the bid.

4.6          All bids must be signed as follows:
             .1     Corporations: Signature of official shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the
                    resolution of the board of directors authorizing the individual signing to bind the
                    corporation.
             .2     Partnerships: Signature of one partner shall be accompanied by a certified copy of
                    the power of attorney authorizing the individual signing to bind all partners. If a
                    certified copy of the partnership's certificate submitted with the bid indicated that
                    all partners have signed, no authorization is required.
             .3     Bids submitted by joint ventures shall be signed by one of the joint ventures and
                    shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the power of attorney authorizing the
                    individual signing to bind all the joint ventures.
             .4     Individual signing on own behalf: No authorization is required.
             .5     Individual signing on behalf of another: Power of attorney or comparable evidence
                    of authority shall accompany bid.

4.7          No responsibility shall attach to the Architect/Engineer, the Owner, or the authorized
             representatives, for the premature opening of any bid, which is not properly addressed,
             delivered and identified.

4.8          The bidder shall assume full responsibility for timely delivery at location designated for
             receipt of bids.

4.9          Negligence in preparation, improper preparation, error in and/or omissions from the bid
             shall not relieve the bidder from fulfillment of any and all applicable obligations and
             requirements of the contract documents.

4.10         All bids submitted shall be for the specified base scope of supply and construction with no
             exceptions. Exceptions in the base bid shall be considered as basis for rejection.
             However, voluntary deduct alternates will be considered at the Owner’s sole discretion.
             The acceptance or rejection of alternates shall in no way affect the validity of the base bid.

ARTICLE 5                           THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

5.1          The final contract documents will consist of the Invitation for Bid, Contractor's Bid
             response, and a Lansing Community College Purchase Order.

5.2          The intent of these documents is to include all labor, materials, and services of every kind
             necessary for the proper execution of the work, and the terms and conditions of payment
             therefore.



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ARTICLE 6                                   BID EVALUATIONS

6.1          Bids will be evaluated on the basis of the contractor’s ability to meet the needs and desires of
             the College as outlined in this IFB, as well as price, delivery date, and services provided in
             addition to:
              Professional qualifications necessary for satisfactory performance of required services.
              Specialized experience and competence in the type of work required.
              Capacity to accomplish the work in the required time.
              Past performance on contracts with government agencies and/or private industry in terms of
                 cost control, quality of work, and compliance with performance schedules.
              Location in the general geographical area of the College and knowledge of applicable
                 regulations in the locality.
              Experience of personnel to be assigned to perform work for the College.
              Contractor shall have a minimum of five (5) years experience on projects of similar
                 size and complexity. Provide references of such projects.

6.2          The Supplier shall furnish the College with a list of references for similar services
             performed within the last five (5) years.

6.3          The College will determine the successful Supplier. The evaluation process will be
             conducted by representatives from the Physical Plant, Purchasing Department, and other
             Lansing Community College personnel as assigned, following the College’s policies and
             procedures.

6.4          The College reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, wholly or in part, waive any
             irregularities in bidding, and make awards which, in the opinion of the College, are in its
             best interest. Award may be made on initial proposals without any discussions with
             Suppliers. The College does not herein limit the methods or factors to be used for
             evaluation.

6.5          Lansing Community College reserves the right to award Purchase Order(s) to more than one
             Supplier in order to meet the needs of the College.

6.6          The College reserves the right to enter into private negotiations with the selected
             Supplier(s), for further scrutiny, even though these negotiations may result in changes to
             the Construction Documents and/or to the Contractor(s) equipment, price quotations,
             service agreement, etc.




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ARTICLE 7                                   MISC. REQUIREMENTS

7.1          All on-campus Supplier work must be completed Monday through Friday between 7:00
             a.m. to 7:00 p.m., excluding College holidays. Any schedules different from these must be
             coordinated with the Physical Plant Department.

ARTICLE 8                                   TERMINATION

8.1          The College shall have the right to terminate the contract with the contractor without
             penalty pursuant to thirty- (30) days written notice of termination to the contractor under
             the following circumstances:

8.2          Default of Contractor - It shall be considered a default whenever the contractor shall:
                    1.     Disregard or violate material provisions of the contract documents or
                           College instructions, or fail to execute the work according to the agreed
                           schedule of completion and/or time of completion specified, including
                           extensions thereof or fail to reach agreed upon performance results.
                    2.     Declare bankruptcy, become insolvent, or assign company assets for the
                           benefit of credits.

8.3          Lack of Fund of the College - Lack of funds shall be construed to mean when the College
             in the judgment of its Chief Financial Officer determines that it cannot continue the
             funding of its contract services, without undue hardship to the College.

8.4          Termination of contract services will be rendered if it is construed by the College to be in
             its best interests for serving the community and its students, faculty, and staff.

8.5          Repeated delivery delays/problems shall result in a 30-day cancellation notice from
             Lansing Community College.

8.6          Time is of the essence in this agreement.

ARTICLE 9                                   SEVERABILITY

9.1           Contractor agrees that, in the event of a dispute, Laws of the State of Michigan will
              prevail.

9.2          It is understood and agreed that if any part, term, or provision of this Agreement is by the
             courts held to be illegal or in conflict with any law of the state where made, the validity of
             the remaining portions or provisions shall not be affected, and the rights and obligations of
             the parties shall be construed and enforced as if the Agreement did not contain the
             particular part, term, or provision held to be invalid.
9.3          The contractor agrees to indemnify, defend and save harmless the College, its officers,
             agents and employees, and their agents and assigns from any and all claims and losses
             accruing or resulting to any and all contractors, subcontractors, material men, laborers and
             any other person, firm or corporation furnishing or supplying work, services, materials or
             supplies in connection with the performance of this contract, and from any and all claims

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             and losses accruing or resulting to any person, firm or corporation who may be injured or
             damaged by the Contractor in the performance of this agreement.

9.4          The contractor, and the agents and employees of the contractor, in the performance of this
             agreement, shall act in an independent capacity and not as officers, employees, or agents of
             the College.

9.5          This agreement is not assignable by contractor either in whole or in part.

ARTICLE 10                         CONTRACTOR USE OF PREMISES

10.1         Confine operation at site to areas permitted by Law, Ordinances, Permits, College personnel,
             and Contract Documents.

10.2         Do not unreasonably encumber site with materials or equipment.

10.3         Assume full responsibility for protection and safekeeping of products stored on premises
             within Contract Limits as defined in the Contract Documents.

10.4         If at any time it becomes necessary to move materials temporarily stored on site which are to
             enter into the final construction and which interferes with the operations of the Owner or other
             Contractors, the Bidder will, when so directed, move them to another location at his own
             expense.

10.5         Use of construction area shall be exclusive and complete within the Contract Limits as
             indicated in the Construction Documents or as designated by the Owner. The Bidder shall
             use the area designated by the Owner for storage of materials, etc., but shall confine this area
             to the Contract Limits.

10.6         Unless otherwise directed, the work area(s) need not be fenced, but shall be protected by
             substantial barricades and adequate warning flags, signs and lights.

10.7         Arrangement for Bidder use of LCC surface lots and/or the Parking Structure for employee
             parking may be made through the:

                                  PHYSICAL PLANT DEPARTMENT
                            315 N. Grand Avenue, Room 108, P. O. Box 40010
                                       Lansing, Michigan 48933
                                         (517) 483-1808




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ARTICLE 11                 PRIORITIES AND SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS

11.1         The judgment and the abilities of the selected Bidder(s) will be relied upon to schedule and
             execute all operations efficiently so as to minimize disruption, displacement or disturbance of
             Lansing Community College's operations, and operations of other Contractors and to avoid
             excessive and additional cleaning and maintenance for the Owner.

11.2         Any work which will necessitate shutting down of existing facilities shall be made at such
             time as will not interfere with the normal use, as approved by Physical Plant and Police
             and Public Safety Department, Lansing Community College.

ARTICLE 12                   TEMPORARY FACILITIES AND CONTROLS

12.1         Streets and drives shall be kept clear of equipment, tools and machinery. If during the
             execution of this Contract it shall be necessary to obstruct any street or walkway, the
             Bidder shall obtain necessary permits, permission and make necessary arrangements with
             the Department of Public Safety, Village, County and State. The Bidder shall keep streets
             and walks clear of mud and debris caused by construction operations. The Bidder shall
             erect temporary barricades, post notices and warning lights and when required during
             working hours, direct traffic to prevent congestion. Maintain temporary work as long as
             required and then remove from the public areas.

12.2         The Bidder may use the existing toilet facilities for all workers employed on the project. The
             Bidder shall maintain toilet facilities used by construction employees in a clean and sanitary
             condition, and be responsible for any damages.

12.3         Bidder will not be allowed to post commercial signs on the site.

12.4         Material shall be stored only within the area under Contract. Materials shall not be stored in a
             manner creating an unattractive nuisance, fire or traffic hazard as determined by Physical
             Plant personnel.

12.5         The Bidder shall protect all materials and equipment prior to installation and until final
             acceptance. Storage shall be dry, clean and safe. Materials or equipment damaged,
             deteriorated, rusted or defaced due to improper storage, shall be fully repaired, refinished or
             replaced as directed by the Owner. Materials or equipment lost through theft or mishandling
             shall be replaced by Bidder without cost to the Owner.

12.6         Barriers and Exiting: The Bidder shall provide and maintain temporary barriers required.
             Location shall be subject to approval of the Physical Plant Director or Department of Police
             and Public Safety.

             A.     Barriers and other protection shall be provided where required to retain safe, clean and
                    normal operations within and outside of existing building(s).




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             B.      Required exits from the building(s) shall be maintained as exits at all times. Overhead
                     protective scaffolding shall be erected over entrances/exits as required.

12.7         Temporary Fire Protection: The Bidder shall observe all provisions of the government safety
             regulations relative to fire prevention throughout the construction.

12.8         Utilities:

             A.      Water: All water required during construction operations shall be provided and paid
                     for by the College using existing facilities. Water hoses may be needed to get the
                     water from adjacent buildings to the contract work site.
             B.      Electricity: All electricity required during construction operations shall be provided
                     and paid for by the College using existing facilities.
             C.      Any other utility service needed during the Contract, and not provided by the
                     College, shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to make all the necessary
                     arrangements to do so at no expense to the College.


ARTICLE 13                                      CLEANING

13.1         Maintain project in accordance with the General Safety Rules and Regulations for the
             Construction Industry published by the Construction Safety Commission of the State of
             Michigan.

13.2         During construction, this Contractor shall protect all adjacent work and remove all concrete
             “splashes” from glass, floors, walls, and finish.

13.3         During construction, oversee all cleaning and ensure that grounds and public properties are
             maintained free from accumulation of waste materials and rubbish. Contractor and
             Subcontractors shall be responsible for picking up his own waste and scrap materials. At
             reasonable intervals during the process of work, clean site and public properties and properly
             dispose of waste materials, debris and rubbish. Remove waste materials, debris and rubbish
             from site and legally dispose of at public or private dumping areas off the Owner's property.
             Provide on-site containers as required for collections of waste materials, debris and rubbish.




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ARTICLE 14                            ACCEPTANCE OF PROJECT

14.1         Upon completion of the work and all authorized changes, the Contractor or its representative
             shall meet with the Physical Plant Director or its designee, at a time designated for purpose of
             inspecting work. Following this inspection and a compilation of check list items by the
             Physical Plant Director or its designee members of the inspection party will sign a copy of the
             check list items attesting to this inspection and stipulating the date the Contractor will have
             completed and corrected any remaining items and the date the Owner will assume custody of
             the facilities.

ARTICLE 15                           MAINTENANCE OF ACCESS

15.1         Throughout progress of work, do not interfere with the use or access to building(s) or
             property.

15.2         All handicap parking spaces are to be kept free of Contractors motor vehicles, equipment and
             materials unless otherwise agreed to by the Physical Plant Director.

15.3         Contractor is advised that the College Academic calendar, subject to changes, includes, but is
             not limited, to the following:

                    Fall Semester 2010, Classes Begin August 26, 2010
                    Fall Semester 2010, Last Class Day, December 19, 2010
                    Spring Semester 2011, Classes Begin January 15, 2011
                    Spring Semester 2011, Last Class Day May 13, 2011

ARTICLE 16                            COLLEGE WIDE HOLIDAYS

16.1         Contractor Holidays will conform to the following Lansing Community College Holidays,
             except as noted under Article 15.2:

                            New Year's Day
                            Martin Luther King Day
                            Memorial Day
                            Independence Day
                            Labor Day
                            Thanksgiving Day
                            Day Following Thanksgiving Day
                    *       Day Before Christmas Day
                            Christmas Day
                    *       Day Before New Year's Day

                *These days apply only when Christmas and New Year's Days fall on Tuesday,
                 Wednesday, Thursday or Friday.




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16.2         Christmas Holiday 2009 will extend from Thursday, December 23, 2010 to Friday, December
             31, 2010.

16.3         Contractor is advised that the College Academic calendar and the schedule of College Wide
             Holidays do not reflect special events.

ARTICLE 17                           CONTRACTOR'S SCHEDULE

17.1         Within ten (10) days of beginning of the Contract, the Contractor is to submit a detailed work
             program and schedule demonstrating how all areas of these Specifications will be met.
             Official on-site mobilization may not start prior to
             October 26, 2010 without prior authorization from Physical Plant Manager of Field
             Operations.

17.2         Contract is to be completed by January 7, 2011.




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GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION

A. LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE OVERVIEW:

Lansing Community College is a major urban community college, situated on a 32 acre, nine-city block
area in downtown Lansing, Michigan. Founded in 1957, Lansing Community College is now the third
largest community college in the State of Michigan. The College currently enrolls 19,000 students per
semester, and has 600 full-time faculty and staff and 1,500 part-time. The College offers classes year-
round. The College offers more than 150 degree and certificate programs and nearly 2,500 courses, to
match career and workforce development pursuits, transfer curriculums, developmental, or special interest
needs. Courses are offered in one of five academic divisions: Liberal Studies; Business and Media
Careers; Human Health and Public Services; Construction, Manufacturing & Transportation; and Student
and Academic Support. A sixth division, the College's Business & Community Institute (BCI) provides
customized training directly to regional businesses and manufacturers.

In addition to the main campus, the College operates a West Campus that is home to the M-TEC in Delta
Township, an Aviation Center at Capital City Airport in Lansing, Clinton County Center in St. Johns,
East Campus in East Lansing, and the Livingston Center at Parker Campus in Howell. In addition, there
are learning centers in more than 20 communities within the College's 30-mile service district. Lansing
Community College was the first Michigan community college to offer a complete associates degree on
line. The Virtual College now offers 170 sections per semester, or approximately 8% of all course
offerings.

LCC is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and serves nearly 40,000
people annually.

B. BACKGROUND – SCOPE OF SERVICES:

Located at LCC’s Downtown Campus (DTC), this project’s primary function will be upgrading the
Electrical Switchgear and Domestic Hot Water Heating System in the Gannon Building. Also included
will be the removal of structure (walls) and upgrading the Mechanical Room’s appearance. LCC has
purchased the electrical switchgear and hot water heating system, the successful Bidder will need to
coordinate delivery and installation as outlined in the attached specifications. The tasks will be completed
in stages working with the design A/E firms and LCC.

As part of Lansing Community College’s Campus Maintenance and Replacement Program, this project
will provide for the construction and installation of electrical and mechanical equipment, demolition and
re-construction of the existing mechanical room. Specifications prepared by DLZ Michigan Inc. and
Matrix Consulting Engineers, A/E Firms, dated August 23, 2010.

C. WORK INCLUDED:

   1. Contractor shall furnish all labor, material, and equipment to complete all work for the
      construction and reconditioning of the facility as shown or indicated in the drawings and
      specifications prepared by the Architect/Engineering firm stipulated above.
   2. Contractor and all subcontractors shall be signatory to the Project Labor Agreement
      included in this Bid.

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   3. Contractor shall secure and pay for all permits required by agencies having jurisdiction for work in
       this project. Coordinate all inspections with agencies having jurisdiction.
   4. Contractor to contact Physical Plant Department Tim Martz, 517-483-1808, at least 72 hours in
       advance of starting any work on campus so notification can be given out to campus.
   5. Contractor shall remove all spoils and/or debris generated by this work from the project work site.
       The owner will not allow excess spoils and debris to be left on Lansing Community College
       property at project completion.
   6. Contractor shall limit storage of materials and equipment within the project limits.
   7. Contractor is required to provide parking for their employees. Use of LCC parking facilities is
       permitted at a cost to the contractor. Parking fees should be included in the contractor’s bid.
       Parking fees are not a reimbursable expense back to the college.
   8. Contractor shall coordinate their activities so as to not interfere with or interrupt Lansing
       Community College operations and/or student & faculty access to the Main Campus facilities.
       Sequence of operation will be designated by building occupants and Physical Plant Department.
   9. Contractor shall perform daily clean up of materials and debris generated by their work within the
       project limits and in public areas in which they create debris and/or tracking of oil materials.
       Contractor shall clean corridors and steps as often as needed to provide safe passage of the general
       public.
   10. Contractor shall furnish and pay for trash containers and rubbish removal for debris generated by
       their work. Lansing Community College dumpsters are not available for contractor use.
   11. Include all overtime and premium time in base bid required to accomplish project completion
       within the project scheduled durations.
   12. Contractor is responsible for security of their own tools, equipment, materials, etc. to guard
       against fire, theft, vandalism, and/or weather damage.
   13. Lansing Community College is a smoke free campus. Use of tobacco products is permitted only
       in designated areas.
   14. Contractor shall have a complete understanding of other work categories and provide continuous
       coordination with interfacing trade contract work of other categories.
   15. Contractor shall provide all layout, control points and engineering required for work of the
       category being bid as required to execute the work, and as defined in these specifications.
   16. Contractor shall provide all labor, tools, equipment, incidental hardware and materials required to
       receive, unload, store, protect and install work of the category as well as materials furnished by
       other categories but required to be installed as a requirement for the category being bid.
   17. Contractor shall provide all hoisting, placement, and scaffolding required to complete the work of
       bid category.
   18. Contractor shall provide all barricades, signage, traffic control, and temporary protection to
       perform the work of bid category.
   19. Bidders shall be aware of delivery requirements to accommodate the completion schedule of this
       project and shall include all expediting and overtime costs to allow for completion and turnover as
       shown in the milestone schedule. It is the Bidder’s responsibility to prepare and submit shop
       drawings and other submittals in a timely manner to accommodate the milestone and progress
       schedule and prevent delays to the project.
   20. Attendance by General Contractor will be required at all partnering meetings.
   21. Contractor shall provide for copies of plans and specifications for all of their subcontractors in
       their proposal. This means paying for all copying related to bidding documentation.
   22. Contractor shall understand it is essential and a condition of this agreement that all subcontractors
       recognizes and include all necessary costs to provide a completely functional system of all

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       components at substantial completion of this work. Include protection, maintenance, cleaning, and
       necessary adjustments as needed to meet this requirement. Include all necessary coordination,
       planning and scheduling with interfacing trades.
   23. Contractor shall provide ongoing coordination with all trades as required especially as required to
       eliminate rework by all parties, including during the shop drawing design and submittal phase.
   24. In addition to technical specifications, all bidders are to review and include requirements indicated
       on the drawings and other bid documents for their respective work scope. Also “General Notes”
       on drawings are to be included by respective bid categories.

D. EXCLUSIONS:

    1. Owner will provide for construction materials testing. Contractor shall coordinate testing with
       Owner’s testing agency.
    2. All other exclusions will be documented in the specifications provided by the Architect/
       Engineering firms.

E. INSTALLATION BID AND EQUIPMENT TIMELINES:


    Bid documents released                                     September 10, 2010
    Pre-Bid Meeting                                            September 16, 2010 @ 1pm
    Last day for questions – via email                         September 22, 2010 @ 1pm
    Bids Due LCC                                               September 29, 2010 @ 2pm
    Review Bids                                                September 29-October 1, 2010
    Recommendation to Purchasing                               October 1, 2010
    Board approval packet                                      October 4, 2010
    Board of Trustee’s approval (installation)                 October 25, 2010
    Notice to Proceed                                          October 26, 2010
    Installation Contractor Notified of Equipment Delivery     October 26, 2010
    Pre-Construction Meeting (Installation Contractor)         November 8, 2010
    Estimated Delivery Date of Equipment (coordinate           November 12, 2010
    with installation contractor)
    Mobilization (Installation Contractor for completion of    November 22, 2010
    work prior to delivery of equipment)
    Installation Contractor takes delivery of hot water        December 13, 2010
    equipment
    Substantial Completion (Installation)                      December 20, 2010
    Final Inspection (Punch List)                              December 27, 2010
    Project Completion                                         January 7, 2011


                                *** END OF GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ***




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