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									            Sample: Request for Proposal-Asphalt Work

           Easy Street Condominium, Inc. is soliciting proposals for asphalt repair and seal coat work to be
           done between June 15th and August 15, 2000 with at least two weeks advance notice. The Board
           of Directors of the Association will select a contractor for the project.

           The yardages given are estimates. The job will have to be field measured before submitting your

           Contractor must provide certificate of insurance evidencing workers’ compensation and
           employee’s liability insurance as required by law and general liability insurance covering both
           public liability and motor vehicle liability with single liability limit of not less than $500,000.00.

           The work to be performed is as follows:

                      1) Thorough cleaning of all asphalt surfaces by brooming, washing, and air blowing.

                      2) Remove oil and grease deposits by scraping and scrubbing with chemicals compatible
                      with sealing material.

                      3) Dig out sections of asphalt which have an alligatored appearance in rectangular shape
                      to neat even lines; install new aggregate base; install and compact new asphalt.

                      4) Protect all utility covers from seal by oiling or other means prior to sealing. All covers
                      to be cleaned by contractor after sealing is complete.

                      5) Apply two coats of sealing material in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.

                      6) Prevent excessive buildup or unsightly appearance.

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