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					                       REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
               FOR FURNITURE, FIXTURES AND EQUIPMENT
            FOR SWEETWATER UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT
                           RFP #90-2191-GP




RFP Issued: December 10, 2009
Mandatory Pre-Submittal Conference: December 18, 2009 @ 10:00 a.m.
Request for Proposal Submittals Due: January 5, 2010 @ 4:00 p.m.
Interviews Held: January 12, 2010 @ 10:00 a.m.
SECTION 1. INTRODUCTION

Sweetwater Union High School District (the ““District””) is requesting Request for Proposal (““RFP””)
from qualified vendors who can provide the District with planning, selection, procurement, removal
of existing furniture, and project management services for below referenced Proposition O projects
(the ““Projects””), (A complete list of project locations indentified by address can be found in this
RFP attached as Exhibit ““A””.)

    o   Chula Vista Middle School
    o   National City Middle School
    o   Southwest Middle School
    o   Chula Vista High School
    o   Hilltop High School
    o   Mar Vista High School
    o   Montgomery High School
    o   Southwest High School
    o   Sweetwater High School

This RFP describes the required Scope of Work, the minimum requirements for submittal content
and information to be included in the RFP and the selection process.

Note: Any submittal of a request for proposal (““RFP””) that is incomplete, or contains incorrect or
inaccurate information, or contains unsubstantiated or misleading claims or is submitted late is
subject to immediate disqualification.

SECTION 2. CRITICAL DATES

Pre-Submittal Conference: A mandatory pre-submittal conference will be held on December 18,
2009, at 10:00 a.m. at 1130 Fifth Avenue, Chula Vista, CA 91911. Vendors are to meet at the
District’’s Board Room. At the conference, District representatives will distribute updated
information and materials to further describe the Project and the Scope of Work. Respondents
shall consider and address the materials and information distributed at the conference in their
RFPs. Vendors that fail to attend the conference shall be ineligible to respond to this RFP.

Submittal Due Date: Submittals in response to this RFP shall be submitted no later than January 5,
2010 at 4:00 p.m. to Sweetwater Union High School District, 1130 Fifth Avenue, Chula Vista, CA
91911-2986, attn: La Norris Blake, Program Contracts Manager (Bond Program Management
Team). Submittals received after the deadline will be returned unopened.

Interview Date: The District may conduct interviews with the most qualified Vendors that respond
to this RFP. The number of Vendors to be interviewed shall be determined by the District in its
sole discretion. The interviews will be held on January 12, 2010, at the District’’s offices.

Award of Furniture, Fixture and Equipment Contract: The District will enter into negotiations with
the Vendor which it determines in its sole discretion to be the most qualified. Should the District
be unable to negotiate a satisfactory contract with the Vendor considered to be the most qualified,
the District may formally terminate negotiations with that Vendor and enter into negotiations with
the next most qualified Vendor as determined by the District. The District shall repeat this process
until (i) it successfully negotiates a satisfactory contract, or (ii) it elects, in its sole discretion to
negotiate with more than one vendor for specific scopes of work and or products, or (iii) it elects, in
its sole discretion, not to proceed further under this RFP.

Note: Any contract executed pursuant to this RFP shall not take effect until approved by the
Sweetwater Union High School District’’s Board of Trustees. Approval is within the Board of
Trustees’’ sole discretion.

SECTION 3. PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Proposition O is the process of constructing and renovating classrooms, science classrooms,
theaters, libraries, administration offices, interior and exterior cafeteria areas and physical education
spaces over the next few years. The first of these projects is scheduled to be completed by the start
of school in fall of 2010. The District is soliciting proposals for a vendor or vendors to provide
furniture that appeals to and reflects the culture of the Faculty, Staff and Students of Sweetwater
Union High School District, in addition to meeting high standards of quality, durability, longevity,
and maintenance at an acceptable price point. Furniture should be expected to last for minimum
of 40 years. It is the intent of this proposal to also have vendor(s) provide evaluation and removal
of existing furniture, planning services, product selection, pricing, detailed order management,
installation and inventory review of interior furnishings for these campuses.

The District reserves the right to extend this proposal at the same terms, conditions and prices for
four (4) one year extensions. Successful vendor(s) will be allowed to change pricing only if they can
show a manufacturer’’s price list percentage increase and/or changes in freight/installation costs due
to changes in order quantity from previous order or unforeseen shipping costs (increased fuel
prices, fuel surcharges, etc.).

To streamline purchasing efficiency and to minimize order management and installation oversight,
the District anticipates awarding this proposal only to sources that can meet the requirements listed
in this proposal. Proposals will be evaluated on the criteria set forth in the proposal herein:

The selected vendor(s) will be required to provide a ““turnkey”” service to the District by managing
the entire procurement process from product planning to product inventory on site. The successful
vendor(s) must have access to a wide variety of educational products and office furnishings for the
District’’s selection, not just exclusive lines available only to that specific vendor. The vendor’’s
representative will need detailed industry knowledge to be able to provide unbiased professional
guidance on product selection for the several building types. The District will require a mock up of
the final furniture types selected.

Any deviations from the proposal (RFP) specifications must be noted in detail in writing along with
literature highlighting alternate products submitted for consideration. Failure to do so may cause the
proposal to be rejected. The District shall require actual samples of alternate bid products.

SECTION 4. SCOPE OF WORK

The selected vendor(s) will be required to manage the projects with the following areas of services:

  I.    Furniture Evaluation and Removal

        Work with the necessary parties within the District as required to identify and evaluate all
        furnishings for removal at each campus. Vendor is responsible for the complete removal
        of all non-used furniture.
 II.   Project Planning:

       Work with the necessary parties within the District as required to identify all furnishings
       necessary to completely outfit each campus. A room-by-room analysis will be done to
       assess furniture, equipment and supply needs. CAD layouts for office and other specialty
       areas will be required.

       Computer generated information will be required by the District for their records.
       Planning reports required by the District are to include:

           o   Products by Room –– shows each item by description and vendor and its location
               by room;

           o   Product Summary –– shows each item by description and vendor and the quantity
               of that item in the project; and

           o   Room Report –– shows every room and each item by description and vendor in that
               room.

       If the District needs to use pieces of existing furniture for reuse in a project, the vendor will
       incorporate that information into the planning documents. Vendor will be required to
       furnish pictures, fabric swatches, color selections and other appropriate information for
       approval by the District.

III.   Budgeting and Pricing:

       Provide budget cost estimate for each individual item during the product selection process
       to ensure the project stays within budget. After budget evaluation and modifications,
       provide final quote for all products to include delivery and installation costs. During the
       budget process, all three reports listed in the planning stage are to be available with pricing
       shown along with the below two reports.

           o   Room Totals - shows the budget amount per room;

           o   Vendor Totals –– shows the budget amount by each vendor on the project; and

           o   Final pricing is to be done in the form of a spreadsheet in order to allow for
               adjustments and changes of individual items.

       All pricing of products shall include delivery, installation and trash removal from the
       project sites in a timely manner. Final pricing should be presented in such a way as to
       allow for adjustments and changes to individual line items.

IV.    Order Management:

       District representatives are to be assisted by the local vendor representative with color
       selections of each product. A detailed Color Report will be provided to the District by
       project that shows all color/fabric selections for each product selected.
      Any small quantity lists that may be ordered (office packs, teacher packs) will be packaged
      per room. All of the items on that list are to be individually packaged and labeled for the
      correct room and inventoried by vendor personnel and resealed.

      Larger lists of supplies (art, science, PE supplies, etc.) can be sent in multiple boxes but still
      must be located in the proper room designated by proposal and inventoried by vendor and
      verified by District representative. At the District’’s request, these items will either be
      resealed in the boxes or put on shelves by vendor personnel. Notice that assembly may be
      required on some of the items in the lists.

V.    Delivery:

      The delivery of furniture, fixtures, equipment, and general supplies will tentatively begin
      April 2010 through August 2011. Exact delivery dates will be stated on the District’’s
      purchase order at the time of the placement of the order. In-house management teams will
      coordinate with District representatives regarding the construction schedule before
      scheduling product deliveries.

      Deliveries are to be staggered to avoid too many products arriving at one time and also to
      coordinate staging areas within the building as necessary.

      Near delivery time, provide a Daily Receiving Log report to the District’’s representative
      with updated shipping schedules including PRO numbers and delivery times by day for the
      week.

      Second floor deliveries –– Installation prices should include labor for deliveries to the
      second floor by use of stairs.

      Vendor must coordinate all delivery dates with District representative - Unscheduled
      shipments will be refused. Deliveries without installation crew onsite to unload will be
      refused.

VI.   Installation, Punch-list and Inventory:

      Coordinate the unpacking, assembly, and installation of items in all spaces. Ensure all new
      items are assembled according to manufacturer’’s instructions and set in place.

      All prices will include delivery, installation and trash/package removal from the premises.
      All vendors must have onsite installers/personnel throughout their installation time period.
      Vendor personnel will be required to provide their own dollies and tools for unloading,
      moving and installation of products. Vendor’’s installers/personnel will be required to
      check in daily with the District’’s onsite representative and outline a schedule of work.

      Installers will also be required to notify the District’’s onsite representative of any freight
      damage and punch-list items (shortages, incorrect colors, etc.) in writing on the receiving
      document or punch- list form provided in the binder.

      Trash/packaging must be removed immediately upon completion of areas of work and no
      less than twice weekly. Installers may not use contractor or District dumpsters unless
      approved by contractor or District personnel. Installers may not pull off the job and leave
       trash or the District reserves the right to pay to have the trash removed and deduct the cost
       from the vendor’’s invoice. Work areas need to be kept clean, picked up and free from
       food, drinks, etc.

       Installation will include placement of all items in the room/area as designated by proposal.
       This scope of work includes complete assembly of all small RTA products. It also includes
       opening and inventorying bulk shipped products such as supplies. Overheads are to be
       totally assembled to include roll attachments and film as required and set on carts and put
       in individual rooms. Large groups of products such as science supplies and art supplies are
       to be inventoried by installer and signed off by District supervisor.

       Vendor is required to provide a list per room of all items they are assembling/inventorying
       for each room. The list will be from the Room Report for continuity with the binder
       contents and will be taped to the outside of the entry door for each room unless otherwise
       designated by District personnel. The onsite District supervisor will complete a
       walkthrough of all items of each vendor and sign off on the product per room list before
       the vendor is considered to be completed on the job (this also includes bulk supplies).
       Regular hours for delivery and installation will be observed from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
       unless otherwise approved by the District.

VII.   Documents:

       Due to the size and scope of work on these projects, the ability of a vendor to provide the
       District with project management documentation is critical. Vendor(s) will supply multiple
       binders on each project site to the District with the following information:

           o   Contact Personnel - local representatives and corporate office personnel;

           o   Shipping Detail –– detailed report showing each manufacturer, the vendor’’s
               purchase order to that manufacturer, freight carrier used and phone number of the
               carrier, projected ship date of each manufacturer to the site;

           o   Punch-list Form –– to be filled out by the installer (if necessary) - a copy is given to
               District representative so they will have a record of punch-list items for later check-
               off when completed;

           o   Product by Vendor –– as detailed above in planning stage;

           o   Product by Room - as detailed above in planning stage;

           o   Room by Room - as detailed above in planning stage;

           o   Color Report –– as detailed in order management stage;

           o   Receiving Documents –– list of all items to be received on the project for check-off
               by installer that the items are received and verified by District representative; and

           o   Product Color Book –– color photos of each product (wherever possible) used on
               the project along with manufacturer and model # for easy cross reference to other
               reports.
VIII.   Environmental Requirements:

        Interior furnishings, including partitions, partition coverings, and similar materials shall be
        designed , manufactured, handled, and installed in such a manner to produce least harmful
        or annoying effect on occupants of buildings.

        Under the guidelines of the USGBC, LEED CI definition, a manufacturer’’s products is
        not LEED certified. It is a mandate of SUHSD Board of Trustees to achieve the highest
        possible rating for LEED. Therefore, furnishing those projects with eco-
        sensitive/sustainable goods which meet the highest commercial ratings in the industry is a
        top priority.

        Materials must emit lowest technologically achievable emissions of particles and chemical
        vapors.

            o   Recycled Content –– provide furniture with recycled content such that post-
                consumer recycled constitutes a minimum of 5+ percent of the cost of materials
                used in the assembly or such that post-consumer recycled content plus one-half of
                pre-consumer recycled content constitutes a minimum of 10 percent of the cost of
                materials used in the cost assembly. Recycled content of materials shall be defined
                according to the Federal Trade Commission’’s ““Guide for the Use of
                Environmental Marketing Claims”” 16 CFR 260.7 (e).

            o   Materials to Landfill (Waste Management) –– divert resources from landfill
                disposal. Redirect recycled resources back to manufactured process where
                applicable.

            o   Low Emitting Materials –– all adhesives, sealants and paints shall be low VOC
                emitting.

            o   Rapidly Renewable Materials –– materials made from agricultural products that are
                typically harvested within a ten-year or shorter cycle. Rapidly renewable materials
                include products made from bamboo, cotton, flax, jute, straw, sunflower seed
                hulls, vegetable oils, or wool.

            o   Indoor Air Quality –– use systems furniture and office seating that is Greenguard
                certified or resisted. If furniture is nor Greenguard certified, use system furniture
                and office seating whose emissions meet or are lower than best practice air
                emissions standards as established by the USEPA’’s Environmental Technology
                Verification (ETV) test methods in a qualified laboratory.

            o   CFC Content –– no plastic foam used shall be manufactured or formulated using
                CFC’’s (chlorofluorocarbon) or HCFCs (hydrochroloroflourcarbons).


SECTION 5. SUBMITTAL FORMAT AND CONTENT
General: To be considered by the Selection Committee, Respondents must submit a written
response to the RFP which address each and all of the requirements of the RFP. It is mandatory
that responses to this RFP be submitted to:

Sweetwater Union High School District
Bond Program Management Team
Attn: Ms. La Norris Blake
Program Contracts Manager
1130 Fifth Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91911

The RFP shall be concise, well organized and demonstrate the Vendor’’s qualifications. Seven (7)
copies of the RFP should be provided, one (1) original to be unbound. No other collateral or
reference materials should be submitted. The RFP shall be no longer than 75 pages on 8 ½”” x 11””
papers, inclusive of pricing, resumes, forms and pictures (but exclusive of the cover, the cover
letter, the table of contents and any dividers). All respondents are requested to follow the order
and format specified below in the section entitled Table of Contents. Please tab each section of the
RFP to correspond with the Table of Contents as shown.

Submittal Cover: The submittal cover should include the title of the RFP, RFP number, the
Submittal Due Date (as shown above), the name, address, telephone number, e-mail address and
contact person for the submitting entity (or entities if there is a joint venture or association).

Table of Contents:

I.      Cover Letter: Please provide a dated letter signed by an authorized officer of the Vendor
        (or signed by a person with the authority to act on behalf of and bind the Vendor) that
        describes the Vendor’’s experience and qualifications, describes how the scope of work will
        be accomplished for the District, identifies the team members and their respective
        qualifications and describes what firm attributes make the Vendor the best fit for the
        District’’s needs. If this RFP is for a joint venture, please provide this information for all
        constituent parties. The letter should be concise (two pages maximum).

II.     Methods and Strategic Plan: Describe in detail your method and plans for carrying out the
        scope of work. Vendor to include the following:

        o   Describe what benefit does your company offer the District in light of the entire scope
            of this proposal;

        o   Provide an estimate of the earliest start date following the execution of a contract;

        o   Describe what difficulties does your company possibly anticipates and how will you
            manage them;

        o   Describe what assistance will you need from the District and;

        o   Describe your company’’s service support philosophy.

III.    Qualifications and Experience: Please provide general information about the Vendor,
        including years in business, number of employees, names of owners, home office location,
        local office location (if different), primary business types, and market areas.
      Please provide information concerning your experience in the past five (5) years with
      providing Planning, Selection, Procurement and Project Management services for public
      entities, specifically K-12 public schools in California. For each project profiled include the
      scope of service, contract values, award and completion dates, the Vendor’’s team
      members, subcontractors and consultants, describing the exact tasks that each firm
      performed, and project references with contacts and telephone numbers. Please provide
      profiles of at least three (3) K-12 projects completed within the past three (3) years that
      demonstrate this experience.

      Please indicate your experience with (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)
      LEED.

      Please indicate how many projects of this nature can you handle at one time during the
      summer.

IV.   Past Performance Record: If any of the following has occurred, please describe in detail
      the circumstances for each occurrence: (i) failure to enter into a contract once selected, (ii)
      withdrawal of a proposal as the result of an error, (iii) termination or failure to complete a
      contract, (iv) debarment by any municipal, county, state, federal, or local agency, (v)
      involvement in litigation, arbitration or mediation with a public client in California, (vi)
      conviction of the Vendor or its principals for violation of a state or federal antitrust law by
      bid-rigging, collusion, or restrictive competition between bidders, (vii) conviction of the
      Vendor or any of its principals for violation of any other federal or state law related to
      bidding or contract performance, (viii) knowing concealment of any deficiency in the
      performance of a prior contract, (ix) falsification of information or submission of deceptive
      or fraudulent statements in connection with a contract, or (x) willful disregard for applicable
      rules, laws or regulations. Information regarding any of the above may be deemed
      indicative of an unsatisfactory record of performance.

V.    Organizational Chart: Please provide an organizational chart containing the names of all
      key personnel, joint venture partners, and sub-consultants with titles and their specific task
      assignments for this project. Because the District’’s evaluation will consider the entire team,
      no changes in the team’’s composition will be allowed without prior written approval of the
      District and the Vendor shall be responsible for any additional costs incurred by the
      engagement of substitute personnel.

      Please provide your installation crew size, experience, location and their ability to handle
      multiple projects at the same time during the summer.

VI.   Financial Information: Please provide the following financial information: (i) a letter from
      a financial institution stating the Vendor’’s current line of credit, (ii) a current report from
      any commercial credit rating agency, such as Dunn and Bradstreet, (iii) a notarized
      statement from an admitted surety insurer (approved by the California Department of
      Insurance) and authorized to issue bonds in the State of California, which states: (a) that
      your current bonding capacity is sufficient for the Project for which you are seeking
      qualification, and (b) your current bonding capacity for both payment and performance
      bonds, (iv) a letter from an insurance company indicating ability to provide insurance along
      with applicable, maximum limits of coverage, (v) indicate the current value of all work the
      Vendor has under contract, and (vi) state your business revenues for the past five years.
       The following is a tentative schedule for insurance:

       o   A.M. Best financial rating of A;

       o   Commercial General Liability Insurance. Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per
           occurrence for bodily injury, personal injury and property damage/ One Million
           Dollars ($1,000,000) aggregate;

       o   Automobile Liability Insurance. One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence for
           bodily injury and property damage;

       o   Workers’’ Compensation and Employer’’s Liability Insurance. The Vendor and all
           sub-contractors shall insure (or be a qualified self-insured) under the applicable laws
           relating to workers’’ compensation insurance, all of their employees working on or
           about the construction site, in accordance with the ““Workers’’ Compensation and
           Insurance Act,”” Division IV of the California Labor Code and any amendments
           thereto. The Vendor shall provide employer’’s liability insurance in the amount of at
           least One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) per accident for bodily injury and disease;

       o   Professional Liability Insurance (Errors and Omissions). The Vendor shall provide
           professional liability insurance in the amount of at least One Million Dollars
           ($1,000,000) per claim and Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) aggregate and;

       All submitted insurance shall be in the form and with insurance companies acceptable to
       the District. Insurance carriers shall be qualified to do business in California and maintain
       an agent for service within the state.

VII.   Claims History: Please submit a statement indicating any and all suits or claims in which
       the Vendor or its personnel have been involved regarding similar projects within the past
       five (5) years.

SECTION 6. SUBMITTAL EVALUATION CRITERIA

RFPs received by the District which are submitted in a timely fashion and which comply with the
requirement of this RFP will be evaluated according to the criteria listed below:

       o   Conformity with the specified RFP format;

       o   Organization, presentation and content of the RFP;

       o   Cover Letter;

       o   Mandatory Qualifications;

       o   Methods and Strategic Plan;

       o   Qualifications and Experience;

       o   Past Performance Record;

       o   Organizational Chart;
        o   Financial Information;

        o   Claims History

        o   Purchase Pricing

        o   The reputation of the vendor and of the vendor’’s goods or services.

        o   The quality of the vendor’’s goods or services.

        o   The extent to which the goods or services meet the District’’s needs.

        o   The vendor’’s past relationship with the District.

        o   The total long-term cost to the District to organize the vendor’s goods or services.

        o   Environmental Requirements

METHOD OF SELECTION: The Selection Committee will review all eligible RFPs submitted
pursuant to the RFP. The Selection Committee will evaluate the Vendor(s) on their demonstrated
competence and on their professional qualifications necessary for the satisfactory performance of
the services required, applying the selection criteria outlined above. The Selection Committee will
then decide which, if any, Vendor(s) it wishes to interview. From the materials submitted and the
interviews, the District in its sole discretion will select the Vendor it determines is the most
qualified. It will then enter into negotiations with that Vendor and proceed in the manner
described in the RFP above. All prices exclude sales tax.


SECTION 7. GENERAL INFORMATION

COMPLIANCE: All RFP responses, when submitted in accordance with the requirements of this
RFP, will be date stamped upon receipt by the District. Respondents are solely responsible for
timely submission of the RFP responses to the designated location prior to the latest time for
submission. The District will reject summarily as Non-Responsive any RFP response which is
submitted after the date/time set forth above or which is considered by the District in sole and
absolute discretion as Non-Responsive to material requirements of the RFP. The District reserves
the right to extend the date responses are due and modify the proposed schedule as stated herein.
If an addenda to this RFP are issued, Respondents are solely responsible for and must acknowledge
receipt of addenda in their RFP responses. RFP responses must address materials/requirements
relating to this RFP as described in the addenda issued by the District. Failure to acknowledge and
respond to any addenda issued by the District may render the Respondent’’s RFP submittal Non-
Responsive and may be rejected.

INQURIES: All questions about the meaning or intent of this RFP shall be submitted to the
District in writing, attention La Norris Blake, Program Contract Manager. Please e-mail all inquires
to lanorris.blake@suhsd.k12.ca.us. Replies will be issued by addenda to all parties recorded by the
District as having attended the mandatory pre-submittal conference. Questions received after
December 22, 2009, 4:00 p.m., will not be answered. Only questions answered by formal written
addenda will be binding.

ADDENDA: Subsequent addenda, if any, will be available only on the Proposition O Bond
website at
http://www.buildingpropo.com

LATE PROPOSALS: It is the Vendor’’s responsibility to ensure its RFP submittal is received by
the District on or before the time and date specified. Submittals received after the date and time
specified will not be considered.


SPECIAL CONDITIONS:

I.      Public Record: All submittals submitted in response to this RFP become the property of
        the District and public records (with the exception of financial information listed in Table
        of Contents Section VII) and as such, might be subject to public view.

II.     Non-Discrimination: The District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
        national origin, religion, age, ancestry, medical condition, disability or gender in
        consideration for an award of contract.

III.    Drug-Free Policy and Fingerprinting: The selected Vendor and sub-contractors shall be
        required to complete any and all fingerprinting requirements and criminal background
        checks required by State law and shall also be required to complete a Drug-Free workplace
        certificate.

IV.     Costs: Costs of preparing a response to this RFP are the sole responsibility of the Vendor
        responding hereto.

V.      Prevailing Wages: Vendor(s) responding hereto are advised that this project is a public
        work for purposes of the California Labor Code, which requires payment of prevailing
        wages. The prevailing wage rates may be obtained from the California Department of
        Industrial Relations. Any firm to which a contract is awarded must pay the prevailing rates,
        post copies thereof at the job site and otherwise comply with applicable provisions of State
        law.

VI.     Bonding: The Vendor selected by the District will be required to furnish a Payment Bond
        (Material and Labor) in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Price.

VII.    Limitations: This RFP does not commit the District to award a contract, to defray any
        costs incurred in preparation of a submittal pursuant to this RFP, or to procure or contract
        for work. In any contract entered into between the District and a Vendor(s), the District
        retains the right to (i) terminate the contract for inadequate performance, and (ii) terminate
        the contract before substantial work is undertaken on the project for any reason.
DISQUALIFICATION: Submission of incomplete submittal, incorrect or inaccurate information,
unsubstantiated, exaggerated or misleading claims, or late submittals may be cause for immediate
disqualification.

RESERVATION OF RIGHTS: The District reserves the following rights:

        o   The right to award the contract to the Vendor deemed most suitable by the District’’s
            evaluation committee to complete the Project;

        o   The right to reject any or all submittals submitted pursuant to this RFP and;

        o   The right to request additional information or clarification during the evaluation
            process.

SECTION 8. DISTRICT CONTACT

The District looks forward to receiving a submittal from your firm. If you have any questions
regarding this RFP, please contact:

La Norris Blake
Sweetwater Union High School District
1130 Fifth Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91911-2986
lanorris.blake@suhsd.k12.ca.us
                           STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS

I.     Seller of Package Goods: Seller will package goods in accordance with good commercial
       practice. Each shipping container shall be clearly and permanently packed as follows: (a) Seller's
       name and address; (b) Consignee's name, address and purchase order number (c) Container
       number and total number of containers, e.g. box 1 of 3 boxes; and (d) the number of the
       container bearing the packing slip. Seller shall bear cost of packaging unless otherwise provided.
       Goods shall be suitably packed to secure lowest transportation costs and to conform to
       requirements of common carriers and any applicable specifications. Buyer's count or weight shall
       be final and conclusive on shipments not accompanied by packing lists.

II.    Shipment Under Reservation Prohibited: Seller is not authorized to ship the goods under
       reservation and no tender of a bill of lading will operate as a tender of goods.

III.   Title and Risk of Loss: The title and risk of loss of the goods shall not pass to Buyer until Buyer
       actually receives and takes possession of the goods at the point or points of delivery.

IV.    Delivery Terms and Transportation Charges: F.O.B. Destination Freight Prepaid unless terms
       are specified otherwise in the proposal. Buyer agrees to reimburse Seller for transportation costs
       in the amount specified in Seller's proposal or actual costs, whichever is lower, if the quoted
       delivery terms do not include transportation costs, provided Buyer shall have the right to
       designate what method of transportation shall be used to ship the goods.

V.     No Placement of Defective Tender: Every tender or delivery of goods must fully comply with all
       provisions of this contract as to time of delivery, quality and the like. If a tender is made which
       does not fully conform, this shall constitute a breach and Seller shall not have the right to
       substitute a conforming tender provided, where the time for performance has not yet expired, the
       Seller may reasonably notify Buyer of his intention to cure and may then make a conforming
       tender within the contract time but not afterward.

VI.    Place of Delivery: The place of delivery shall be that set forth on the purchase order. Any
       change thereto shall be effected by modification as provided for in Clause 20, "Modifications,"
       hereof. The terms of this agreement are "no arrival, no sale."

VII.   Invoices and Payments: Seller shall submit separate invoices, in duplicate, on each purchase
       order after each delivery. Invoices shall indicate the purchase order number, shall be itemized
       and transportation charges, if any, shall be listed separately. A copy of the bill of lading, and the
       freight weight bill when applicable, should be attached to the invoice.

       Mail to:       Sweetwater Union High School District.
                      Accounts Payable Department
                      1130 Fifth Avenue
                      Chula Vista, CA 91911

       Payment shall not be due until the above instruments are submitted after delivery. Suppliers
       should keep the Finance Department advised of any changes in your remittance addresses. Do
       not include Federal Excise, State, or City Sales Tax. School District shall furnish tax exemption
       certificate, if required.
VIII.   Gratuities: The Buyer may, by written notice to the Seller, cancel this contract without liability to
        Seller if it is determined by Buyer that gratuities, in the form of entertainment, gifts, or otherwise,
        were offered or given by the Seller, or any agent, or representative of the Seller, or any officer or
        employee of the School District with a view toward securing a contract or securing favorable
        treatment with respect to the performing of such a contract. In the Event this contract is canceled
        by Buyer pursuant to this provision, Buyer shall be entitled, in addition to any other rights and
        remedies, to recover or withhold the amount of the cost incurred by the Seller in providing such
        gratuities.

IX.     Special Tools and Test Equipment: If the price stated on the face hereof includes the cost of any
        special tooling or special test equipment fabricated or required by Seller for the purpose of filling
        this order, such special tooling equipment and any process sheets related thereto shall become
        the property of the Buyer and to the extent feasible shall be identified by the Seller as such.

X.      Warranty Products: Seller warrants that the goods furnished will conform to the specifications,
        drawings and descriptions listed in the proposal invitation and to the sample(s) furnished by
        Seller, if any. In the event of a conflict between the specifications, drawings and descriptions, the
        specifications shall govern. Seller shall not limit or exclude any implied warranties and any
        attempt to do so shall render this contract void able at the option of the Buyer.

XI.     Safety Warranty: Goods and services provided shall comply with current state, federal and local
        environmental, health and safety codes and standards. Products deemed hazardous by the
        Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and
        the Texas Department of Health (TDH) shall not be provided to the District unless otherwise
        pre-approved in writing by FISD. Products forbidden include but are not limited to, such
        products as: asbestos building materials, lead based products and PCB containing equipment.
        All shipped goods are the responsibility of the seller while in their possession including all
        Department of Transportation (DOT) and other logistically regulated products. In the event the
        product does not conform to these above standards, buyer may return the product for correction
        or replacement at the seller's expense. In the event seller fails to make the appropriate correction
        within thirty (30) days, correction made by buyer will be at seller's expense.

XII.    No Warranty By Buyer Against Infringements:. Buyer makes no warranty that the production of
        goods according to the specification will not give rise to a patent infringement claim, and in no
        event shall Buyer be liable to Seller for indemnification in the event that Seller is sued on the
        grounds of infringement or the like. If Seller in good faith ascertains that production of the goods
        in accordance with the specifications will result in infringement or the like, this contract shall be
        null and void except that Buyer will pay Seller the reasonable cost of his search as to
        infringements.

XIII.   Right of Inspection: Buyer shall have the right to inspect the goods at delivery before accepting
        them.

XIV.    Cancellation: Buyer shall have the right to cancel for default all or any part of the undelivered
        portion of this order if Seller breaches any of the terms hereof including warranties of Seller or if
        the Seller becomes insolvent or commits acts of bankruptcy. Such right of cancellation is in
        addition to and not in lieu of any other remedies which Buyer may have in law or equity.

XV.     Termination: The performance of work under this order may be terminated in whole or in part
        by the Buyer in accordance with this provision. Termination of work there under shall be
        effected by the delivery to the Seller of a "Notice of Termination" specifying the extent to which
         performance of work under the order is terminated and the date upon which such termination
         becomes effective. Such right of termination is in addition to and not in lieu of rights of Buyer set
         forth in Clause 15, herein.

XVI.     Force Majeure: If by reason of Force Majeure, either party hereto shall be rendered unable
         wholly or in part to carry out its obligations under this Agreement then such party shall give
         notice and full particulars of Force Majeure in writing to the other party within a reasonable time
         after occurrence of the event or cause relied upon, and the obligation of the party giving such
         notice, so far as it is affected by such Force Majeure, shall be suspended during the continuance
         of the inability then claimed, except as hereinafter provided, but for no longer period, and such
         party shall endeavor to remove or overcome such inability with all reasonable dispatch.

         The term Force Majeure as employed herein, shall mean acts of God, strikes, lockouts, or other
         industrial disturbances, act of public enemy, orders of any kind of government of the United
         States or the State of California or any civil or military authority; insurrections; riots: epidemics;
         landslides; land sink age; lighting; earthquake; fires; hurricanes; storms; floods; washouts;
         droughts; arrests; restraint of government and people; civil disturbances; explosions, breakage or
         accidents to machinery, pipelines or canals, or other causes not reasonably within the control of
         the party claiming such inability. It is understood and agreed that the settlement of strikes and
         lockouts shall be entirely within the discretion of the party having the difficulty, and that the above
         requirement that any Force Majeure shall be remedied with all reasonable dispatch shall not
         require the settlement of strikes and lockouts by acceding to the demands of the opposing party
         or parties when such settlement is unfavorable in the judgment of the party having the difficulty.

XVII.    Assignment Delegation: No right or interest in this contract shall be assigned or delegation of any
         obligation made by Seller without the written permission of the Buyer. Any attempted
         assignment or delegation by Seller shall be wholly void and totally ineffective for all purposes
         unless made in conformity with this paragraph.

XVIII.   Waiver: No claim or right arising out of a breach of this contract can be discharged in whole or
         in part by a waiver or renunciation of the claim or right unless the waiver or renunciation is
         supported by consideration and is in writing signed by the aggrieved.

XIX.     Modifications: This contract can be modified or rescinded only by a writing signed by both
         parties to the contract or their duly authorized agents.

XX.      Interpretation Parole Evidence: This writing is intended by the parties as a final expression of
         their agreement and is intended also as a complete and exclusive statement of the terms of their
         agreement. No course of prior dealings between the parties and no usage of the trade shall be
         relevant to supplement or explain any term used in this agreement. Acceptance or acquiescence
         in a course of performance rendered under this agreement shall not be relevant to determine the
         meaning of this agreement even though the accepting or acquiescing party has knowledge of the
         performance and opportunity for objection. Whenever a term defined by the Uniform
         Commercial Code is used in this agreement, the definition contained in the code is to control.

XXI.     Applicable Law: This agreement shall be governed by the Uniform Commercial Code. Where
         ever the Term "Uniform Commercial Code" is used, it shall be construed as meaning the
         Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in the state of California effective and in force on the date
         of this agreement.
XXII.    Advertising: Seller shall not advertise or publish, without Buyer's prior consent, the fact that
         Buyer has entered into this contract, except to the extent necessary to comply with proper
         requests for information from an authorized representative of the federal, state or local
         government.

XXIII.   Late Proposals: Proposal or withdrawals thereof received after the time set for opening will not
         be considered.

XXIV.    Withdrawal of Sealed Proposals: Proposals may be withdrawn prior to the time of proposal
         opening by written notice only.

XXV.     Right to Assurance: Whenever one party to this contract in good faith has reason to question the
         other party's intent to perform he/she may demand that the other party give written assurance of
         his/hers business intent to perform. In the event that a demand is made and no assurance is
         given within five (5) days, the demanding party may treat this failure as an anticipatory repudiation
         of the contract.

XXVI.    Venue: Both parties agree that venue for any litigation arising from this contract shall lie in San
         Diego County, California.

XXVII.   Prohibition Against Personal Interest in Contracts: Any board member which has any substantial
         interest, either direct or indirect, in any business entity seeking to contract with the District, shall,
         before any vote or decision or any matter involving the business entity, file an affidavit stating the
         nature and extent of interest and shall abstain from any participation in the matter. This is not
         required if the vote or decision will not have any special effect on the entity other than its effect
         on the public. However, if a majority of the governing body are also required to file, and do file
         similar affidavits, then the member is not required to abstain from further participation.
                                   NO BID NOTIFICATION
                                      RFP #90-2191-GP

The Sweetwater Union High School District is interested in receiving competitive pricing on all
items it bids. We place significant value on quality vendors and we also desire to keep your firm as
a bidder and a supplier of materials, equipment and/or services. Therefore, it is important for us to
determine why you are not bidding on this contract item. We will analyze your response and
attempt to determine if future changes are necessary in our specification development and
procedures.


PROPOSAL NOT SUBMITTED FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS:
(Please place an "X" by one or more of the reasons listed)

1. ____         Do not supply the requested product/service.

2. ____         Quantities offered or scope of job is ““TOO SMALL”” to
                be supplied by my company.

3. ____         Quantities offered or scope of job is TOO LARGE to
                be supplied by my company.

4. ____         Specifications are "TOO TIGHT" or appear to be
                written around a proprietary product.
                (Please Elaborate on This Item.)
                ________________________________________________
                ________________________________________________

5. ____         Cannot bid against MANUFACTURER on this item.

6. ____         Time frame for bidding was too short.
                (Please Elaborate on Your Primary Reason for This Judgment)
                ________________________________________________
                _______________________________________________

7. ____         Other ___________________________________________
                ________________________________________________


If you wish to remain on the SUHSD bid list for this item, please indicate:

   _____        I do wish to remain on the bid list.

   _____        I do not wish to remain on the bid list.

______________________________________________________________________
VENDOR SIGNATURE                                      COMPANY NAME

______________________________________________________________________
ADRRESS                          CITY/STATE/ZIP               PHONE #
        CRIMINAL BACKGROUND/FINGERPRINTING CERTIFICATION

The undersigned declares that he or she is the person who executed the contract for the
Proposition O projects (hereinafter referred to as the ““Project””), and submitted it to the
Sweetwater Union High School District (hereinafter referred to as the ““District””) on behalf
of _________________(hereinafter referred to as the ““Vendor””).

        The undersigned does hereby certify to the governing board of the District as
follows:

       That I am a representative of the Contractor currently under contract ("Contract")
       with the District; that I am familiar with the facts herein certified, and am
       authorized and qualified to execute this certificate on behalf of Contractor.

       Vendor certifies that it has taken at least one of the following actions with respect to
       the request for proposals that is the subject of the Contract (check all that apply):

       Pursuant to California Education Code section 45125.2, Supplier certifies that all
       employees will be under the continual supervision of, and monitored by, an
       employee of the Vendor who the California Department of Justice has ascertained
       has not been convicted of a violent or serious felony. The name and title of the
       employee who will be supervising Vendor's employees and its subcontractors'
       employees is

       Name:

       Title:

       Pursuant to California Education Code section 45125.2, Vendor has installed or
       will install, prior to commencement of Work, a physical barrier at the Work Site,
       that will limit contact between Contractor's employees and District pupils at all
       times.

       For all non Department of Justice cleared employees, the Supplier must provide
       badges for all employees working on the Project that is the subject of this Contract.
       Badges shall be worn at all times. All badges must be professional looking, typed
       and worn with clips or neck lanyards. All badges must clearly show the following
       information:

                Company Name (Vendor)
                Company Name (Subcontractor)
                Employee Name
                Project Name
                Project Job Number
        Vendor’’s employees whose sole responsibility is the delivery of supplies or
        materials, (i.e. Concrete Truck Driver, Plumbing and Electrical supply vendor,
        etc……) and who stay within close proximity to their delivery vehicle are not required
        to wear a badge. However, contractor’’s or vendor’’s employees who perform
        construction or installation related activities related to deliveries or who must leave
        their vehicles in order to make deliveries must wear a badge, or be escorted by a
        Department of Justice cleared employee of the Contractor.

Executed this           day of                  , 20__ at
California.

Signature of Vendor

Print Name

Title
                         NON-COLLUSIVE BIDDING CERTIFICATE


By submission of this bid or proposal, the vendor certifies that:


        a) This bid or proposal has been independently arrived at without collusion with any
           other vendor/bidder or with any competitor.

        b) This bid or proposal has not been knowingly disclosed and will not knowingly be
           disclosed, prior to the opening of bids or proposals for this project, to any other
           bidder, competitor or potential competitor;

        c) No attempt has been or will be made to induce any other person, partnership or
           corporation to submit or not to submit a bid or proposal;

        d) The person signing this bid or proposal certifies that he has fully informed himself
           regarding the accuracy of the statements contained in this certification under the
           penalties being applicable to the bidder as well as to the person signing in its behalf.

        e) THE FAILURE TO SIGN THIS CERTIFICATE MAY BECAUSE FOR YOUR
           BID OR PROPOSAL TO BE REJECTED.



        Company Name



        Authorized Signature



        Title
                            INTER-LOCAL AGREEMENT CLAUSE


Several governmental entities around Sweetwater Union High School District have indicated an
interest in being included in this contract. Should these governmental entities decide to participate
in this contract, would you, (the vendor) agree that all terms, conditions, specifications, and pricing
would apply?


                                  Yes                                        No


If you (the Vendor) checked yes, the following will apply:

Governmental entities utilizing Internal Governmental contracts with the Sweetwater Union High
School District will be eligible, but not obligated, to purchase materials/services under the
contract(s) awarded as a result of this solicitation. All purchases by governmental entity other than
Sweetwater Union High School District will be billed directly to that governmental entity and paid
by that governmental entity. Sweetwater Union School District will not be responsible for another
governmental entity’’s debts. Each governmental entity will order their own material/service as
needed.
                            EXHIBIT ““A”” - PROJECT LOCATIONS

Chula Vista Middle School                    National City Middle School
415 Fifth Avenue                             1701 D Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91910                        National City, CA 91950
Southwest Middle School                      Chula Vista High School
2710 Iris Avenue                             820 Fourth Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154                          Chula Vista, CA 91911
Hilltop High School                          Mar Vista High School
555 Claire Avenue                            505 Elm Avenue
Chula Vista, CA 91910                        Imperial Beach, CA 91932
Montgomery High School                       Southwest High School
3250 Palm Avenue                             1685 Hollister Street
San Diego, CA 92154                          San Diego, CA 92154
Sweetwater High School
2900 Highland Avenue
National City, CA 91950
        EXHIBIT ““B”” –– SPECIFICATION FOR FF&E AND GENERAL SUPPLIES


Sweetwater Union High School District (SUHSD) is looking to have a vendor(s) provide
furniture or equipment that is the same or equal to the items listed below. Vender to
provide sample cut sheets of each item listed below to allow for product evaluation.



   1. Student Combo Desk
      Seat Height 18””; Seat Width 17.25””; Seat Depth 17¾””; 300# Weight Capacity;
      Wire Bookrack; Dual Entry; Desk Height 28½””; 20”” D x 27”” W; Work Surface;
      High Pressure Laminate; 16 Ga. Frame w/ Chrome Finish and Glides (Selected
      vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

       Quantity: 3,582                             Total Cost:

       Unit Price:                                 Shipping Cost: $0.00

       Manufacturer:                               Model:

       Option #1: Specialty Units                  Desk: $                      EA

                                                   Chair: $                     EA

   2. Lab Stools (No Back)
      Seat Height 24””; Seat Diameter 16¼ ””; 300# Weight Capacity; w/ Glides; Chemical
      Resistant (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

       Quantity: 616                               Total Cost:

       Unit Price:                                 Shipping Cost: $0.00

       Manufacturer:                               Model:



   3. Lab Stools (With Back)
      Seat Height 24””; Seat Diameter 16¼ ””; 300# Weight Capacity; w/ Glides; Chemical
      Resistant (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

       Quantity: 20                                Total Cost:

       Unit Price:                                 Shipping Cost: $0.00

       Manufacturer:                               Model:
4. Teacher Lab Stools (With Back)
   Seat Height 24””; Swivel w/ 2”” Casters w/ Locking Ability; 300# Weight Capacity;
   Chemical Resistant (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 21                                 Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

5. Admin / Teacher Chairs
   Upholstered Seat Back; Ergonomic Design; Adjustable Seat Height 17””-22””; Swivel
   w/ 2”” Casters; 300# Weight Capacity (Selected vendor to provide samples of
   color/material options).

   Quantity: 252                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: w/ Armrests                       $              EA

6. Principal/Vice Principal Chairs
   Upholstered High Back Seat; Ergonomic Design; Adjustable Seat Height 17””-22””
   w/ Armrests; Swivel/Tilt w/ 2”” Casters; 300# Weight Capacity (Selected vendor to
   provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 8                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

7. Guest Chair
   No Armrests; Upholstered Seat and Back; Stain Resistant (Selected vendor to
   provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity:      296                           Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: w/ Armrests                       $              EA
8. Freestanding Teachers Desk
   48”” L x 30”” D x 30”” H; Single Pedestal to Include Box/File Drawer Configurations
   w/ Locking System. (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 102                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: 60”” L x 30”” D x 30”” H;
   Dual Pedestals to Include Box/File Drawer
   Configurations w/ Locking System              $             EA

9. Computer Desks
   Single Student Use; 24”” D x 36”” W; High Pressure Laminate Surface; Includes
   Grommet(s) and Cable Wire Management System; Glides (Selected vendor to
   provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 278                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1:
   Dual Student Use 24”” D x 60”” W             $              EA
   (Specifications Same as Above)

   Option #2:
   Multi Student Use 30”” D x 105”” W           $              EA
   (Specifications Same as Above)
   Design to Match Library Furniture

   Option #3:
   Two Sided Single Student Use                 $              EA
   48”” D x 36”” W; w/ Center Divide
   (Specifications Same as Above)
   Design to Match Library Furniture

   Option #4: CPU Holder                        $              EA

   Option #5: Keyboard Tray                     $              EA

   Option #6: ADA Compliant                     $              EA

   Option #7: Casters                           $              EA
10. Library/Learning Center Study Desks
    36”” D x 30”” W””; Study Desk; Wood Frame (Selected vendor to provide samples
    of color/material options).

   Quantity: 3                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: Plastic Laminate w/ Metal Frame $                EA

11. Library/Learning Center Round Table
    42”” Diameter, Wood Frame (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 43                                 Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: Plastic Laminate w/ Metal Frame $                EA

   Option #2: ADA Compliant                     $              EA

12. Library Chair
    18”” Stackable to Match Library Tables/Design (Selected vendor to provide samples
    of color/material options).

   Quantity: 189                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: Compatible Chair Dolly            $              EA

13. Task Chair
    18”” Stackable Task Chair; Ergonomic Design; 300# Weight Capacity; 16 Ga.
    Frame w/ Chrome Finish and Glides (Selected vendor to provide samples of
    color/material options).

   Quantity: 665                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: Compatible Chair Dolly            $              EA
14. Music Chair
    18”” Stackable w/ additional 5 incline; upholstered seat and back pad; 300# Weight
    Capacity 16 Ga. Frame w/ Chrome Finish and Glides (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 225                                 Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:

   Option #1: Compatible Chair Dolly             $              EA



15. Activity Table
    30””x72”” Laminate Top (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 18                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:

   Option #1: ADA Compliant                      $              EA



16. Conference Room Table (Standard –– 8 Chairs)
    42””x 72”” Rectangular; Laminate; 2”” Drop Edge (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 5                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:



17. Conference Room Table (Medium –– 10 Chairs)
    42””x 84”” Rectangular; Laminate; 2”” Drop Edge (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 2                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:
18. Conference Room Table (Large –– 14 Chairs)
    42””x 108”” Rectangular; Laminate; 2”” Drop Edge (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 5                                    Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                    Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                  Model:

19. Round Table
    36””Diameter; Laminate Top (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 12                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                    Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                  Model:

20. Conference Room Chair
    Swivel Tilt Chair w/ Knee Tilt Mechanism and Forward Lock; Upholstered; Stain
    Resistant; 2”” Caster (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 120                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                    Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                  Model:

21. Smart Lectern (Pedestal)
    45””H x 20””W x 16””D with compartment storage (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 4                                    Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                    Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                  Model:

22. First Aid Couch
   Padded with easy to clean vinyl covering; detachable pillow; 300# capacity.
   (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 12                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                    Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                  Model:
23. Overhead Ceiling Mounted Projector
    Aspect Ratio 4.3(Native 16:9; 3500 ANSI Lumens; Contrast Ratio 2000:1; Display
    Type DLP; Video Capability NTSC (J, M, 4.3), PAL (B, D, G, H I, M, N, Nc, 60)
    SECAM (B, D, G, K, K1, L),HDTV (480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p);
    Inputs (2 x RGB D-Sub 15 pin, 1 x HDMI, 2 x Stereo Mini Jack, 1 x Composite, 1
    x S-Video, 2 x RCA Audio); Outputs (1 x RGB D-Sub 15 pin, 1 x Stereo Mini
    Jack); Audio (2 x 5w Stereo Speakers); Projection Distance 3.9’’ –– 32.8’’; Power
    Cable, VGA Cable, CD User Guide, Remote Control, Batteries, Set Up Guide,
    Product Information Guide and DSA Approved Mounting Bracket (Selected
    vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 119                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:


24. Television
    32”” Flat Panel; Auto SAP; Closed Caption; PC Inputs, ATSC Tuner; Includes
    Pedestal, Overall Width No Greater Than 38”” (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 126                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: DSA Approved Wall Mounting
   Bracket (Assuming No Wall Backing)    $                     EA


25. DVD/VCR Combo Player
    Combination DVD and Hi-Fi VCR; CD, MP3 and JPEG Playback; 4 Head Hi-Fi
    Stereo (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 126                                Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                  Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                Model:

   Option #1: DSA Approved Wall Mounting
   Bracket                               $                     EA
26. Refrigerator/Freezer
    Energy Star Rated (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 13                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:

   Option #1: Side by Side, Energy Star Rated $                  EA



27. Under Counter Refrigerator/Freezer
    2.5 Cu. Ft. 18”” W x 24.5”” D x 26”” H, Energy Star Rated (Selected vendor to
    provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 6                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


28. Dishwasher
    Under Counter; Sound Reducing Insulation and Components; Energy Star Rated
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 7                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


29. Stove/Oven
    Controls must be on front of appliance with down draft ventilation; 220 Volt/Gas;
    Energy Star Rated (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 2                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:
30. Washer
    Large Load Capacity; 122-08V; 3’’ Clearance; Energy Star Rated (Selected vendor
    to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 3                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


31. Dryer
    Large Load Capacity; 240V, 40A, Gas; 3’’ Clearance; Energy Star Rated (Selected
    vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 3                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


32. Microwave Oven
    1000 Watt; Energy Star Rated (Selected vendor to provide samples of
    color/material options).

   Quantity: 2                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


33. Trash Receptacle
    Set of Three (3) Receptacles; one for metal recyclables, one for comingled
    recyclables, and on for non-recyclables. (Selected vendor to provide samples of
    color/material options).

   Quantity: 18                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:
34. Potter’’s Wheel
    Per District Plans and Specs (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 3                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


35. Kiln
    Per District Plans and Specs (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 2                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


36. Smart Board
    4’’x8’’dry erase surface with marker/eraser tray. Mounting hardware included.
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


37. Coffee Maker
    Large (Faculty Room) (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:
38. Lateral File Cabinets
    Five Drawer, Lateral, Metal, Locking File Cabinets (Selected vendor to provide
    samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 104                                 Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


39. Lunch Tables
    Per District Plans and Specs; (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material
    options).

   Quantity: 80                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


40. Elliptical Equipment
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 31                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


41. Ice Maker
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 4                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:
42. Work Station - Standard
    Desk Shell 24”” x 36””, Desk Shell 24”” x 72””, Keyboard Support, Lateral 30”” W,
    Open Hutch 72”” W, Full Height Bookcase w/ Five Openings (Selected vendor to
    provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 82                                  Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:

   Option #1: Peninsula Top 72””, Desk Shell 24”” x 48””, Work Surface 24”” x 74””,
   Keyboard Support, Pedestal 2 Drawer, Pedestal 1 File and 2 Small Drawers, Panel
   65”” x 37””, Panel 65”” x 24”” Overhead Bookcase, Full Height Bookcase w/ Five
   Openings (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

                                                          $             EA

43. Student Wardrobe Racks
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 4                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


44. Wall Mounted Project Screen (Photo Lab)
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


45. Atlas Case
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:
   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


46. Dictionary Stand
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


47. Small Flat Shelf Book Truck
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


48. Large Flat Shelf Book Truck
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


49. Newspaper Rack
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


50. Media Cart
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).
   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:


51. 36”” Bookcase, 12”” Deep, Wood
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:

   Option #1: Painted Metal                      $              EA

52. 72”” Bookcase, 12”” Deep, Wood w/ Mounting Brackets
    (Selected vendor to provide samples of color/material options).

   Quantity: 1                                   Total Cost:

   Unit Price:                                   Shipping Cost: $0.00

   Manufacturer:                                 Model:

   Option #1: Painted Metal                      $              EA




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