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					                  BID SHEET (submit this 1 page with bid)                             page 1

             REPLACE FIRE AND SMOKE DOORS BLDGS. 8, 64, 65, and 200
                         PROJECT NUMBER 632-10-129

                                STATEMENT OF BID ITEMS

OFFERORS MUST BID ON EACH ITEM LISTED BELOW AND ADD AT ITEM #4 TO
PROVIDE TOTAL; FINAL BID EVALUATION IS BASED ON ITEM #4 TOTAL.
AWARD IS INTENDED TO BE MADE ON ALL LINE ITEMS, HOWEVER, SHOULD BID
EXCEED THE FUNDS AVAILABLE, THEN AWARD WILL BE MADE ON ONE OR
MORE OF THE BID ITEMS IN NUMERICAL ORDER.

Attached four (4) page list specifies categories of work.

Item 1: Bid price per door and frame [one (1) door and frame not all] to test and certify
NFPA 80 and B Label; must provide visible B Label on both door and frame. Price includes
all door sizes.

Test and certify NFPA 80 and B Label

$ ___________________________________________________
                    180 CALENDAR DAYS COMPLETION TIME

Item 2: Bid price per door and frame [one (1) door and frame not all] to re-use same if
passed test and certify NFPA 80 and B Label; must provide visible B Label on both door and
frame. Price includes all door sizes.

Re-use/re-install same if passed test and certify NFPA 80 and B Label

$ ___________________________________________________
                    180 CALENDAR DAYS COMPLETION TIME

Item 3: Bid price per door and frame [one (1) door and frame not all] to replace and provide
new door and frame if failed test and certify NFPA 80 and B Label; must provide visible B
Label on both door and frame. Price includes all door sizes.

Replace and provide new door and frame if failed test and certify NFPA 80 and B Label

$ ___________________________________________________
                    180 CALENDAR DAYS COMPLETION TIME

Item 4: Total Bid Price, Add Above Item 1, Item 2, Item 3 (Price includes all door sizes):

$ ___________________________________________________
                    180 CALENDAR DAYS COMPLETION TIME

   Items consist of price per door/frame/work, therefore Items Numbers shall be multiplied
                                 accordingly by VA upon work.

OFFEROR MUST QUOTE A PRICE FOR EACH BID ITEM. WITHOUT TOTAL PRICES
         PER BID ITEM WILL BE REJECTED AS NON-RESPONSIVE.
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  THIS PROJECT IS A SERVICE DISABLED VETERAN OWNED SMALL BUSINESS SET-
                                   ASIDE


                                Notice to Bidders:
       Bids shall only be considered from bidders regularly
       established in the business of providing Commercial and
       Institutional Building Construction; and as part of
       responsible consideration, low bidder may be required to
       submit valid references from at least three (3) recent
       previous projects of similar dollar value, magnitude and
       scope of work.

  THIS IS A SDVOSB SET-ASIDE UNDER THE VETERANS AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT
 STRICT GUIDELINES FOR BIDDING ON CONTRACTS SET-ASIDE FOR VETERAN-
  OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES. THIS PROCUREMENT SHALL BE GOVERNED BY
  THOSE GUIDELINES, AS CONTAINED IN THE FINAL RULE, PUBLISHED IN THE
 FEDERAL REGISTER DATED FEBRUARY 8, 2010 TITLED “VA VETERAN-OWNED
      SMALL BUSINESS VERIFICATION GUIDELINES, 6098–6108 [2010–2648]”


Project Information:


Door with mutes is removed from list, mutes on original attached list is hereby deleted and
corrected attached four (4) page list specifies categories of work.

Door cores (core and key) shall be provided by the VA, therefore core supplies not Contractor
expense.

All hardware removed by Contractor shall be returned to the VA. Not useable doors and frames
shall be the property of the Contractor and shall be properly disposed of by Contractor.

Fire Doors shall be 2 hour rated required but a B-Label 1-1/2 hour rating (90 minutes rating) is
acceptable as long as the door is not blocked, which we do not allow anyone to block a fire door.
Doors/Frames shall be self closing and positive latching, provided with less than or equal to 1/8”
gap between meeting edges of door pairs and less than ¾” undercuts, free of protective plates that
extend greater than 16” above bottom of door, free of coverings, decorations or other objects
applied to the door face, except informational signage.

Smoke Doors shall be 1-1/2 hour rated and required to be B-Label 1-1/2 hour rating (90 minutes
rating). Smoke doors shall be self closing but not positive latching unless there is cylindrical,
mortise or panic hardware, (latching hardware) on the doors, doors are fitted to resist the passage of
smoke, to restrict the passage of smoke, doors should have less or equal to ¾”
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undercuts and less than or equal to 1/8” gap between meeting edges of door pairs, free of non rated
protective plates greater or equal to 48” above bottom of door.

Final Work Through/Inspect Work: VA shall inspect Contractor work after each door and frame is
completed. Contractor shall work in one (1) area at a time (1 stairwell section or 1 Hall or 1
Doorway) as designated by the COTR or Contracting Officer. Contractor work area shall be
restricted to the public, therefore Contractor shall plan work area Hall, Doorway, etc. and will be
agreed to with COTR or Contracting Officer prior to sectioning off/closing off by Contractor.

Abbreviations (see attached 4 page list):

MAS- equals masonry wall application

MTL –equals metal stud application. Frames for MAS/MTL anchoring for each application is
different.


Required Registration: All bidders must be registered in CCR, VetBiz, ORCA and Vets100 and the
following websites are for information only as the bidder is responsible to correctly register/locate
correct registration: www.ccr.gov and www.vetbiz.gov and http://orca.bpn.gov and
http://www.dol.gov/vets/programs/fcp/main.htm

VETS 100 REPORT: The Veterans Employment Report (VETS 100) must be filed by any
contractor who receives a contract from the Federal Government in the amount of $25,000.00 or
more, or any subcontractor who receive a contract from such a covered contractor in the amount of
$25,000.00 or more, must file a VETS-100 Report on an annual basis. The VETS-100 Report is
due to the Department of Labor by September 30th each year. Proof of filing must be received by
the Contracting Officer prior to award (FAR 52.222-37).

The VETS-100 Report requires employers to select a payroll period to report the number of veteran
employees and the number of new hire. For the Number of Employees pick any pay period during
the third quarter of the reporting year, (July through September). For new hires use the 12-month
period prior to the pay period used to report Number of Employees. Companies having written
approval from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to use the year end
(December 31st) date to file the EEO-1 Report may continue to use that date to file the VETS-100
Report.

The VETS-100 Report form can be accessed electronically at:
http://www.dol.gov/vets/programs/fcp/main.htm and Click on VETS-100 form.



* PLEASE NOTE THE BRAND NAME INFORMATION: (a) Benjamin Moore, Best Locking,
Van Duprin or an approved equal as specified in solicitation and specifications.

METRIC DIMENSIONS: Products manufactured to metric dimensions will be considered on an
equal basis with those using standard measurements. Products manufactured to metric dimensions
and exceed the tolerances specified in the inch-pound units; a request should be made to the
Contracting officer to determine if the product is acceptable.
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VHA DIRECTIVE 98-034, DATED JULY 30, 1998
Requires that “Products manufactured to metric dimensions will be considered on an equal basis
with those using inch-pound units, providing they fall within the tolerances specified using
conversion tables contained in the latest revision of Federal Standard No. 376, and all other
requirements of this document are met. If a product is manufactured to metric dimensions and those
dimensions exceed the tolerances specified in the inch-pound units, a request should be made to the
contracting officer to determine if the product is acceptable. The contracting officer, in concert with
the Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR), will accept or reject the product.

MEDICAL CENTER ACCESS: All Contractor Personnel who enter the Medical Center for this
project shall obtain Identification (I.D.) Badges. Contractor Personnel includes employees,
subcontractors, subcontractor employees, suppliers, delivery personnel, management, and any other
contractor personnel seeking to enter the Medical Center. This does not apply to suppliers and
delivery personnel making deliveries to the VA Warehouse Loading Dock only.

Contractor Personnel who enter the Medical Center on an intermittent, one day at a time basis are
required to obtain a Temporary ID Badge.

On your company letterhead, Contractor is to supply the Contracting Officer with the names of their
employees, home address, and social security number, if any subcontractor(s) then complete form
SF-1413, subcontractor’s employees name, home address, and social security number.

Failure to comply with these requirements will be a delay on behalf of Contractor and result in the
immediate removal of Contractor Personnel from the Medical Center with restricted re-entry to
work on this project unless approved by the Contracting Officer.

GENDER: Wherever the masculine gender is used in the solicitation and contract documents, it
shall be considered to include both masculine and feminine.

QUESTIONS AND REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI): Questions will be answered up to
five (5) days prior to solicitation due date and valid questions with answers will be posted on
FedBizOpps under the solicitation as an Amendment. As stated previously questions must be e-
mailed to the Contracting Officer.

After award any Request for Information (RFI) or clarification(s), will be made in writing to the
Contracting Officer. RFI’s will be numbered sequentially (i.e. 1, 2, 3). The Government reserves
the right to respond to these RFI’s within 15 workdays.

OSHA Certification: Prior to start of work, contractor shall provide proof of OSHA certified
"competent person" and will maintain presence at the work site during work performance [29 CFR
1926.20 (b)(2)]. Supervisor shall have 30 hour OSHA certification and all other employees shall
have 10 hour OSHA certification. Proof of OSHA Certification is required prior to start of work.

The Project Manager and/or the On-Site Supervisor must be certified through OSHA as having
completed the Construction Safety and Health (30) hour training course and shall provide a copy of
the identification card to the Contracting Officer. For further information see,
http://www.osha.gov/outreach The offeror shall assume the cost of this training.

The Contractor shall assure that its employees have received safety equipment training, medical
surveillance programs, individual health protection measures, and manufacturer's product and
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material safety data sheets (MSDS) required for the work described by this Contract Document. The
Contractor shall maintain a copy of all current MSDS documentation and safety certifications at the
site at all times, as well as comply with all other site documentation requirements of the OSHA
1910 and 1926 programs and this specification.

A Safety Plan and/or Safety and Accident and/or Fire Safety Plan may be required per the VA
Safety Officer and/or VA Engineering Dept/COTR and/or Contracting Officer. The Contractor shall
assure that its employees have received the necessary training, medical surveillance programs,
safety equipment, individual health protection measures, and manufacturer's product and material
safety data sheets required for the work described by this Contract Document.

CHANGE ORDER / SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT / MODIFICATION: The Contracting
Officer and only the Contracting Officer may order changes or modifications in referenced contract.
All such orders and adjustments shall be in writing. Contractor is responsible to provide, in writing,
a cost proposal within one week after receipt of the written direction from the Contracting Officer.

Any changes to the original work order contract will be executed as agreed upon utilizing proper
rates (labor, material). Provide all documents (cost breakdown, etc.) to the Contracting Officer.
Claims of specification errors for extra cost must be supported by subject documents in error, field
inspection and accurate breakdowns, and approved by the Contracting Officer before Contractor
will perform work. Consequently, the Contracting Officer may order modifications or changes in
the work and the contract sum will be adjusted accordingly. All such orders and adjustments shall
be in writing. All changes shall follow procedures & regulations (VAAR, FAR).

PERFORMANCE: All work performed by the contractor in accordance with the attached four (4)
page list specifying categories of work and specifications and contract documents. Contractor’s
responsibility to read and understand these requirements. If the contractor has a question or does
not agree with the specifications/contract documents for whatever reason, it is their responsibility to
bring this to the attention of the Contracting Officer. Omissions from the specifications or the
misdirection of details of work which are necessary to carry out the intent of the work and
specifications, or which are customarily performed, shall not relieve the contractor from performing
such omitted or described details of the work. They shall be performed as if fully and correctly set
forth and described in the specifications.

PROJECT COST RANGE: BETWEEN $25,000.00 AND $100,000.00
COMPLETION DATE OF BASE BID: 180 Calendar Days from Notice to Proceed.
Bidder must be registered in VetBiz, CCR & ORCA prior to award as a SDVOSB. AWARD
PRE BID SITE VISIT/WALK THROUGH COMPLETED ON TUESDAY, MAY 4, 2010 AND
ATTACHED IS THE SIGN IN SHEET
IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS, ALL CONTRACTORS MUST SUBMIT
QUESTIONS TO THE CONTRACTING OFFICER, JOSEPH ERCOLE, IN WRITING, NO
LATER THAN FIVE (5) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO PROPOSAL OPENING DATE,
THERFORE RFIs/QUESTIONS NOT PAST MAY 12, 2010.
SUBMIT SEALED BID OFFER BY MAY 18, 2010 3:00PM LOCAL TIME TO:
Attn.: Joseph Ercole, Bldg. 10, Rm. 121
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs VAMC Northport
79 Middleville Rd ., Bldg. 10, Rm. 121
Northport, NY 11768
Only delivery (hand, mail, etc.) accepted. No facsimiles, No e-mail offers accepted.
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Clauses Corrections:

F.1 52.211-10 COMMENCEMENT, PROSECUTION, AND COMPLETION OF WORK
      (APR 1984) ALTERNATE I (APR 1984)

  The Contractor shall be required to (a) commence work under this contract within ten (10) calendar days
after the date the Contractor receives the notice to proceed, (b) prosecute the work diligently, and (c)
complete the entire work ready for use not later than ten (10) days after receipt of award. The time stated for
completion shall include final cleanup of the premises.

  The completion date is based on the assumption that the successful offeror will receive the notice to
proceed. The completion date will be extended by the number of calendar days after the above date that the
Contractor receives the notice to proceed, except to the extent that the delay in issuance of the notice to
proceed results from the failure of the Contractor to execute the contract and give the required performance
and payment bonds within the time specified in the offer.
                  (End of Clause)

L.7 852.211-72 TECHNICAL INDUSTRY STANDARDS (JAN 2008)

  The supplies or equipment required by this invitation for bid or request for proposal must conform to the
standards of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and as to the specifications. The successful bidder or
offeror will be required to submit proof that the item(s) he/she furnishes conforms to this requirement. This
proof may be in the form of a label or seal affixed to the equipment or supplies, warranting that they have
been tested in accordance with and conform to the specified standards. Proof may also be furnished in the
form of a certificate from one of the above listed organizations certifying that the item(s) furnished have been
tested in accordance with and conform to the specified standards.
                  (End of Provision)

Clauses Additions by Reference:
52.252-2 Clauses Incorporated by Reference (FEB 1998) http://www.acquisition.gov/far/index.html
(FAR)
Http://www.va.gov/oamm/oa/ars/policyreg/vaar/index.cfm (VAAR)

52.204-7 Central Contractor Registration (APR 2008)
52.204-8 Annual Representations and Certifications (FEB 2009)
52.211-6 Brand Name or Equal (AUG 1999)
52.211-10 Commencement, Prosecution and Completion of Work (APR 1984)
52.222-1 Notice to the Government of Labor Disputes (FEB 1997)
52.223-14 Toxic Chemical Release Reporting (AUG 2003)
28.307-2 Schedule of Insurance Coverage – The following is included, “There shall be no
exclusionary clauses added to this contract for any asbestos related work that would void the
required General Liability insurance.”
52.232-38 Submission of Electronic Transfer Information with Offer (MAY 1999)
852.211-72 Technical Industry Standards (JAN 2008)
852.211-73 Brand Name or Equal (JAN 2008)
852.211-75 Product Specifications (JAN 2008)
852.270-1 Representatives of Contracting Officers (JAN 2008)

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