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SECTION 01010

SUMMARY OF WORK

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Construction Site Location(s).

B. Description of Work.

C. Work Sequence.

D. Contract Milestones

E. Work by OWNER.

F. Miscellaneous.

1.03 CONSTRUCTION SITE LOCATION

A. The project is located at the City of Toledo’s Water Treatment Plant whose
physical address is 3040 York Street, Toledo, Ohio 43605.

1.04 DESCRIPTION OF WORK

A. The work includes construction of a new Maintenance Facility, replacement of


the truck dock, and remodeling select areas of the Chemical Building, and HVAC
updates. The new Maintenance Facility will be an approximately 31,500 square
foot masonry building that will house the trades such as, but not limited to, the
electricians, maintenance workers, utility workers, painters, plumbers, millwrights,
and shop workers. The building will contain shop and fabrication equipment,
paint booth, store room, meeting / lunch room, storage, locker rooms, and
offices.

B. The renovations to the Chemical Building include, but are not limited to,
approximately 1,400 square foot building addition for offices, new lunchroom,
conference rooms in the existing maintenance and shop area, new reception
area, updating finishes in HR office area, update finishes on second floor.

C. HVAC updates include replacements of the ventilation fans in the galleries of the
East and West Plants, new HVAC for re-purposed and remodeling spaces of the

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Chemical Building, as well as the HVAC associated with the new Maintenance
Facility.

1.05 WORK SEQUENCE

A. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all construction means, methods, and


sequencing.

B. CONTRACTOR shall be required to submit a detailed schedule under Section


01310.

1.06 CONTRACT MILESTONES

A. CONTRACTOR shall be required to meet the following project Milestones:

1. No Interim Milestones Required.

2. Refer to Specification Section 01310 for additional mandatory contract


Milestones.

B. The Milestones listed within 1.06.A shall be specifically incorporated within the
CONTRACTOR’s detailed schedule under Section 01310.

1.07 WORK BY OWNER

A. None

1.08 MISCELLANEOUS

A. The Specifications are intended to supplement the Drawings. CONTRACTOR shall


notify the PCM of any apparent conflicts between these documents. Refer to
section 3.03.B.1 of the General Conditions as modified by the Supplemental
Conditions for order of precedence. They shall cause no additional cost to the
OWNER, or time extension related to the apparent conflict.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

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PART 3 EXECUTION

Not used.

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SECTION 01040

WORK RESTRICTIONS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specification
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Access to Site.

B. Coordination with Facility Operations.

C. Use of Site.

D. Vehicular Traffic.

1.03 ACCESS TO SITE

A. All construction employees and deliveries, equipment, etc. shall utilize the
entrance gate at 3040 York Street. Parking for construction will be at the trailer
campus within the site or as directed by the PCM.

B. ID badges (Collins Park WTP):

1. ID badges will be required for admittance to the construction site.

2. ID badges must be visible at all times unless they pose a hazard in the
work environment or are precluded based on CONTRACTOR’S Health and
Safety Plan (HASP) requirements. In that case, they must be able to be
displayed upon request.

3. ID badges cannot be interchanged among employees. If this occurs, the


ID badge will be confiscated and the CONTRACTOR’S employees will not
be permitted on site.

4. ID badges will be produced by the OWNER for all construction personnel


that will be onsite for a period of two weeks or more. If the construction
personnel will be on site for less than two weeks, they will be required to
obtain a visitor’s badge daily.

5. All deliveries shall use the main entrance gate as indicated on Contract
Drawing 2. Drivers will be required to obtain a temporary badge when
entering site and will return the badge upon exiting the site.

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6. There will be no charge for the initial ID badge. Lost/replacement badges
will cost $50, payable to the City of Toledo.

7. Only one construction employee can enter on an individual ID badge. If


it is found that multiple persons are entering under one ID badge, those
employees will not be allowed to re-enter the construction site.

C. Worker Parking:

1. There will be no construction employee parking allowed on the


construction sites without permission from the PCM. Only vehicles
necessary for the construction of the project will be permitted on the
construction site.

2. It is the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR to provide suitable parking


facilities for their employees and to provide transportation to and from the
construction site. The OWNER is not responsible for the parking area(s) or
security of the parking area(s). All maintenance at the parking areas will
be the CONTRACTOR’S responsibility. Temporary parking facilities are to
be coordinated with the PCM. Removal of temporary parking and
restoration of the site(s) is the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.

D. Security:

1. The Water Treatment Plant and associated facilities are very vital
components of the City of Toledo’s infrastructure and cannot be exposed
to undue security risks. Existing perimeter fences and gates are required to
maintain Site security. As such, the following procedures shall be
implemented:

a. Access to unmanned perimeter gates will be at OWNER’S


discretion. If permitted, OWNER will provide:

i. Keys to their locks

ii. Or, the OWNER will permit a daisy chain locking system so
that each CONTRACTOR opens/locks only his lock. Each
lock shall clearly indicate to which CONTRACTOR it
belongs.

b. Any gate that is opened due to construction activity shall be


immediately closed and secured as originally found as soon as the
construction activity permits. Although the CONTRACTOR may be
permitted to open a perimeter gate, it does not supersede the
requirements listed in section 1.03.B of this specification regarding
ID badges and site security.

2. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for protection of the Site, and all Work,
materials, equipment, and existing facilities thereon, against vandals and
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other unauthorized persons due to the CONTRACTOR’S negligence in
maintaining security.

3. No Claim shall be made against OWNER by reason of any act of an


employee or trespasser, and CONTRACTOR shall make good all damage
to OWNER'S property resulting from CONTRACTOR'S failure to provide
security measures as specified.

4. Security measures shall be at least equal to those existing by the OWNER


to protect OWNER'S existing facilities during normal operation, but shall
also include such additional security fencing, barricades, lighting,
watchman services, and other measures as required to protect the Site.

5. Alterations to existing site security must be approved by the OWNER and


PCM. The CONTRACTOR shall not take any portion(s) of the security
system out of service without notifying the OWNER and obtaining
OWNER’s approval two weeks in advance.

a. Existing security systems vendor for intrusion detection is Paladin


Protective Services, Inc. (216) 441-6500.

6. CONTRACTOR shall restrict his employees to the immediate work area of


construction. Any employee(s) or person(s) associated with the
CONTRACTOR outside the immediate work area will be considered
unauthorized and subject to removal.

E. Hours of Construction Operations:

1. Construction activities shall be from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through


Friday but no sooner than sunrise and no later than sunset unless otherwise
authorized by OWNER.

2. Weekend and holiday work is not be permitted, unless specifically


otherwise authorized by the OWNER. Forty eight (48) hours’ notice is
required in requesting weekend and holiday work.

3. Refer to section 01310 for holidays recognized by the OWNER.

1.04 COORDINATION WITH FACILITY OPERATIONS

A. Impact on Operations – The Water Treatment Plant and its associated facilities
must maintain service 24 hours per day. At no time is an unscheduled shutdown
of its operations acceptable. CONTRACTOR shall coordinate all efforts to ensure
that they will not have a negative impact on operations.

B. Notification of Shutdowns – Plant operations require a minimum of one week


notification of shutdown of any portion of the infrastructure that may affect
production or service. Shutdown of any portion of the infrastructure will be
dependent upon water demand and water quality conditions at the time and
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the CONTRACTOR must expect and plan for potential delays. These planned
shutdowns shall also be incorporated in the project schedule.

C. Coordination with Plant Operations – Any activity that could affect plant
operations must be coordinated with the PCM and plant personnel. The
Contractor is to submit a “Special Plant Accommodation Form (SPA)” for
approval prior to commencing any operation that may affect plant operations.
The SPA form is attached at the end of this specification section. At a minimum
of weekly, the CONTRACTOR is to develop a list of activities that could affect
plant operations and submit the list to the PCM.

D. Cooperation with Other Contractors – The CONTRACTOR shall plan and perform
their work to minimize interference with the operation of the OWNER, other
contractors, utilities, and public facilities on or near the Work. The OWNER reserves
the right to perform other work by contract or otherwise, and to permit other
public entities, utilities, or others to perform work on or near the Work site during
the construction period. If a conflict arises that cannot be resolved by the
conflicting parties, the OWNER and PCM will determine when and how the Work
will proceed. Related claims of any nature by such parties will not be considered.

1.05 USE OF SITE

A. Building Facilities:

1. Unless expressly authorized by the OWNER, building facilities are not to be


used for any purposes other than those required to complete the project
as per the Contract Documents.

B. Power – refer to Section 01500.

C. Water – refer to Section 01500.

D. Sanitary – refer to Section 01500.

E. Storm – refer to Section 01500.

F. Trailer Location:

1. All office and field trailers will be located as per directions of the OWNER.
Refer to Contract Documents for available locations.

G. Material Storage:

1. All material unless immediately required for installation shall be stored in


locations as designated in the Contract Documents.

H. Load Limits

1. Collins Park Reservoir – No vehicular traffic with axle loads exceeding 4,600
lbs. are permitted on the top of the reservoir.
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2. Collins Park Sedimentation Basins – Maximum allowable vehicle weight
(loaded) is 7,000 lbs.

3. Other areas with load limits are shown on Drawing Sheet No. C-3.

1.06 VEHICULAR TRAFFIC

A. All vehicular traffic will be operated only on paved areas, unless otherwise
approved in writing by the OWNER and PCM.

B. All vehicular traffic shall be clearly marked with name of company.

C. All OWNER speed limits will be strictly enforced. In no case shall speeds over 20
mph be utilized in any areas on the construction site.

D. Utilities Vehicles (UTVs):

1. All UTVs shall be equipped with the following:

a. Headlights that will be on when the UTV is in operation.

b. Taillights, including brake lights.

c. Flashing amber beacon that will operate when UTV is running.

d. An orange safety flag mounted on a minimum of 8’ tall mast.

e. An operating horn.

f. Shall be clearly marked with name of company.

2. UTV rules of use:

a. Must obey the same rules as vehicular traffic including speed,


obeying traffic signs, etc.

b. Cannot be utilized to haul either more passengers or more cargo


than they are rated for.

c. Must only be operated by personnel who have been trained in


their use.

E. Construction Equipment:

1. All construction equipment shall be equipped with:

a. Operating head and tail lights.

b. Flashing amber beacon to be operated any time the equipment is


operated.

c. An operating horn.
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d. All factory installed safety equipment.

2. Rules of Use:

a. Must obey the same rules as vehicular traffic including speed,


obeying traffic signs, etc.

b. Cannot be utilized to haul either more passengers or cargo than


they are rated for.

c. Must only be operated by personnel who have been trained in


their use.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

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PART 3 EXECUTION

A. Sequencing of the work


1. The water treatment plant is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To accommodate this, the work shall be sequenced to allow plant
operations to continue while limiting disturbance to plant staff and
activities. The work shall be sequenced as follows:
a. Each preceding phase shall be constructed, substantially
completed, and in use it for its intended purpose, prior to any work
taking place on the following phase. Further, the City will need
adequate time to move furniture, materials and equipment from
currently occupied spaces to newly constructed spaces. It is
expected that the contractor will assist the City in moving furniture,
materials and equipment with allowance efforts as specified in
Section 01210, prior to commencing work on the subsequent
phase.
i. Phase 1: New Maintenance Facility including:
(a) New Maintenance Facility in its entirety
(b) New ramp and relocated access hatch on the west
end of the West Plant
(c) Site work for the new facility including parking,
fencing and security systems.
ii. Phase 2: Chemical Building renovations including
demolishing and rebuilding/ finishing:
(a) Existing storeroom
(b) Existing stockroom and associated spaces
iii. Phase 3: Chemical Building renovations including
demolishing and rebuilding/finishing:
(a) Existing conference room
(b) Existing break room

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(c) Existing restrooms/lockerooms
(d) Exisiting electrical shop
iv. Phase 4: Chemical Building renovations including
demolishing and rebuilding/finishing:
(a) Existing Reception area
(b) Existing Administrative Offices
b. Phase 2a: Chemical Building renovations including demolishing
and new construction – Phase 2a may not commence prior to the
completion of Phase 1, or prior to December 2018, to allow for the
decommissioning of the existing substation adjacent the West
Plant and removal of the fence as a part of the Collins Park
Electrical Upgrade Project. Phase 2a is not required to be
completed prior to commencing Phase 3.
(a) Existing greenroom/electrical storage area
(b) Construction of the New Engineering Office
Addition
ii. Phase 3a: Chemical Building renovations including
refinishing – Phase 3a may not commence prior to the
completion of Phase 2a, but is not required to be
completed prior to commencing Phase 4.
(a) Existing Engineering Offices
c. Work at the Chemical Building associated with the construction of
the new engineering Office addition may not commence before
January 2019, to allow for the completion of the removal of the
existing substation adjacent to the West Plant as a part of the
Collins Park Electrical Upgrade Project
d. Work at the Chemical Building associated with the new truck dock
may be completed independent of the phases described in
paragraph (a) above, but not before December 2018, to allow for
the decommissioning of the existing substation adjacent the West
Plant and removal of the fence as a part of the Collins Park
Electrical Upgrade Project.
e. Work associated with the exterior improvements to the Chemical
Building may be completed independent of the phases described
in paragraph (a) above. The contractor shall provide temporary
protection and complete the work in such a manner as to
minimize interference with Plant staff and treatment operations.
i. Tuckpointing
ii. Replacement of rooftop HVAC units
f. Work associated with the Plant Gallery Improvements may be
completed independent of the phases described in paragraph
(a) above. The contractor shall provide temporary protection and
complete the work in such a manner as to minimize interference
with Plant staff and treatment operations.

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i. Vitrolite repairs in the West Plant
ii. Vitrolite removal and replacement wall finishing in the East
Plant.
iii. Bathroom demolition and refinishing in the West Plant.
iv. Bathroom demolition and refinishing in the East Plant.
v. Ventilation improvements in the West Plant.
vi. Ventilation improvements in the East Plant.
g. Work associated with the Chemical Building Lobby Improvements
may be completed independent of the phases described in
paragraph (a) above. The contractor shall provide temporary
protection and complete the work in such a manner as to
minimize interference with Plant staff and treatment operations.
i. Vitrolite repairs in the Lobby
ii. HVAC improvements in the lobby

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CITY OF TOLEDO
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
DIVISION OF WATER TREATMENT
SPECIAL PLANT ACCOMMODATION FORM (SPA)
EVENT(PROJECT AND TASK):   
                 
SPA # FOR PROJECT:    DATE ISSUED:  
              
CONTRACTOR:    ENGINEER:  
                 
DATE & TIME 
TASK DESCRIPTION  COMMENTS 
FROM  TO 
       
       

□ IF CHECKED SEE ATTACHMENT FOR ADDITIONAL TASKS OR SKETCH 
 
APPROVALS:   
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR:    RPR:    
OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR:     SCRO ON DUTY:    
OPERATOR OF RECORD:     PLANT ENGINEER:    
PCM:  PLANT MANAGER:   
CITY TASKS: 
SECTION RESPONSIBLE:   
TASK:   
DUE BY(DATE/TIME):    COMPLETED BY(DATE/TIME/INITIALS):    
 
SECTION RESPONSIBLE:   
TASK:   
DUE BY(DATE/TIME):    COMPLETED BY(DATE/TIME/INITIALS):    
 
SECTION RESPONSIBLE:   
TASK:   
DUE BY(DATE/TIME):    COMPLETED BY(DATE/TIME/INITIALS):    
 
* SCRO TO NOTIFY ENGINEER (NAME AND PHONE NUMBER) WHEN ALL CITY TASKS ARE COMPLETED SO CONTRACTOR  
CAN VERIFY WORK (LOCK OUT/TAG OUT, SHUTDOWN, ETC.) AND BEGIN EVENT/WORK. 
 
VERIFIED CITY:    VERIFIED CONTRACTOR:   
 
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SECTION 01110

ENVIRONMENTAL, SAFETY, HEALTH, AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Scope of Requirements.

B. Health & Safety Plan.

1.03 SCOPE OF REQUIREMENTS

A. General:

1. CONTRACTOR shall conduct all operations under this Contract in a


manner to avoid the risk of bodily harm and risk of damage to any
property. CONTRACTOR shall immediately take necessary and adequate
precautions against any condition which may involve a risk of bodily harm
or a risk of damage to any property. CONTRACTOR shall continuously
inspect all Work and conduct health surveys of all work areas to discover
and determine any unsafe condition and shall be solely and exclusively
responsible for the discovery, determination, and correction of any such
condition. This requirement will apply during all hours throughout the
period CONTRACTOR is at the Site. CONTRACTOR shall take all measures
reasonably possible to protect the health and safety of the general public
and the OWNER’S workforce that may enter the project site during non-
working hours. CONTRACTOR shall use appropriate barriers to delineate
the CONTRACTOR’S work area from working areas that may be occupied
or entered by OWNER’S personnel.

2. The CONTRACTOR shall designate a qualified and experienced safety


representative at the site whose duties and responsibilities shall be the
prevention of accidents and the maintaining and supervising of safety
precautions and programs. This person is referred to as the Health &
Safety Representative (HSR) in this Section. CONTRACTOR shall submit a
resume of the HSR’S qualifications.

3. This section requires the sole obligation and full and total responsibility of
the CONTRACTOR for the construction means, methods and techniques
and to provide occupational safety and health according to the

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contract, the requirements of OSHA, the laws of State and local
jurisdictions, and any and all other provisions relevant to the subject that
are given in the future as well as the specific requirements included in this
section.

B. Health and Safety Expectations:

1. The OWNER’S
The OWNER'S safety
safety goal
goal for
for every
every project
project is
is zero
zero Injuries.
Injuries. The
CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors shall endeavor to attain the project
safety
safety goal
goal and
and commit
commit to
to a
a serious,
serious, rigorous
rigorous and
and persistent
persistent Safety
Safety
Approach. The CONTRACTOR shall maintain
maintain accurate accident and
injury
injury reports.
reports. The
The CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall shall require
require its
its subcontractors
subcontractors to to also
also
maintain
maintain accurate
accurate accident
accident and and injury
injury reports.
reports. The
The CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall shall
furnish the OWNER, through the PCM, a monthly summary of injuries and
man-hours
man-hours lost
lost due
due toto injuries
injuries by
by the
the 5th
5th of
of each
each month
month or or at
at other
other times
times
as
as requested
requested by by the
the PCM
PCM or or the
the OWNER.
OWNER. The The reports
reports shall
shall be
be for
for the
the
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR and and each
each ofof its
its subcontractors
subcontractors andand shall
shall not
not be
be submitted
submitted
as
as anan aggregated
aggregated report.
report. TheThe CONTRACTOR’S
CONTRACTOR'S and and subcontractor’s
subcontractor's
accident
accident rates
rates will
will be
be calculated
calculated monthly
monthly inin accordance
accordance with with the
the Bureau
Bureau
of Labor Statistics incident rate, frequency rate, and days away from work
rate
rate methods.
methods. IfIf the
the CONTRACTOR’s
CONTRACTOR's or or subcontractor’s
subcontractor's accident
accident rates
rates
equal or exceed fifty percent
percent of the national average for construction as
reported by the Federal Government, the CONTRACTOR shall take
immediate corrective action including the following:

a. Submittal of a written corrective action plan to the PCM and


OWNER. The corrective action plan may include:

i. Removal from the Site of any CONTRACTOR or


subcontractor supervisor or employee not implementing or
following the necessary safety and health measures.

ii. Increasing the amount of CONTRACTOR or subcontractor


employee safety and health training.

iii. Other corrective measures the CONTRACTOR or


subcontractor deems necessary.

b. Additions or modifications to CONTRACTOR'S Health & Safety Plan


to address the issues causing the incident rate to exceed the
criteria listed above.

1.04 HEALTH & SAFETY PLAN

A. Project Health & Safety Plan:

1. CONTRACTOR shall develop, implement and maintain a written project


specific Health & Safety Plan (HASP) specifically applicable to the Work.

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The HASP shall meet the requirements of laws, codes, and regulations,
and the requirements of all other authorities having jurisdiction over the
Work, including the requirements of Federal and State Safety and Health
Regulations for Construction. CONTRACTOR'S written project HASP shall
include disciplinary procedures and safety orientation training procedures
applicable to CONTRACTOR'S and its sub-contractors' personnel.

2. CONTRACTOR'S project specific HASP shall be submitted to the OWNER


via the PCM for review within the (10) work days after the Notice to
Proceed for the contract and not later than five (5) work days prior to the
Pre-construction meeting. If these requirements cannot be met due to
compression of the calendar between Notice to Proceed and the Pre-
construction meeting, the CONTRACTOR will not be permitted to
commence construction until the HASP has been submitted. This review
will not relieve CONTRACTOR of its sole responsibility for safety and health,
nor shall such review be construed as limiting in any manner
CONTRACTOR'S obligation to undertake any action which may be
necessary or required to establish and maintain safe working conditions
regarding its Work at the Site. The project HASP shall include at least the
following basic elements:

a. Statement of Policy on Safety and Health.

b. Organizational Structure and Responsibilities.

c. Emergency Contact List.

d. Subcontractor sign-off on HASP.

e. Unsafe Conditions.

f. Accident Prevention.

g. Worker Training.

h. Safety Committee.

i. Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse.

j. First Aid and Medicine.

k. Trenching and Excavation Notice.

l. Crane Inspections.

m. Fall Protection.

n. Steel Erection.

o. Confined Space.

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p. Lock Out/Tag Out.

q. Fire Protection.

r. Work Area Housekeeping/Cleanliness.

s. Testing of Equipment/Machinery and Temporary Installations.

t. Project/Work Site Security.

u. Personal Protective Equipment.

v. Emergency Response Plan (project specific).

w. Control of Hazardous Materials.

x. Protection of the Environment and the General Public.

y. Identification and Resolution of Safety and Health Violations.

z. Job Hazard Analysis.

aa. Documentation, Reporting and Files.

bb. Firearms – not permitted on OWNER job sites.

A copy of the Project HASP shall be maintained on Project Site at all times.

3. Statement of Policy on Safety and Health:

a. The CONTRACTOR will provide a formal statement of its policy for


the safety and health requirements of the project. The same policy
shall state that the CONTRACTOR'S policy is to execute their work
in absolute conformance with State and local laws, the
requirements of OSHA and the requirements of this section. This
statement must specifically state that it is not company policy to
expose workers and the general public to danger as a result of the
work performed under this Contract. This statement shall be
printed and placed in a visible place in front of each project or
site.

4. Organizational Structure and Responsibilities:

a. The entire organization of the CONTRACTOR, including


subcontractors, will be responsible for implementing the HASP. The
HASP shall include a definition of the structure of the health and
safety organization and identify people who have key roles to
supervise occupational safety and health. The CONTRACTOR will
have enough staff to fulfill the functions of educating workers,
controlling equipment, control of hazardous materials and

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monitoring safety and health program requirements. The
CONTRACTOR shall appoint a Competent Person (as defined by
OSHA) as the Health and Safety Representative (HSR). The HSR
shall attend the regular meetings with the PCM and OWNER and
address any issues of compliance with the requirements of safety
and health of the project. The CONTRACTOR’S HSR will have the
authority to (1) stop any work that might endanger workers or the
public, and (2) direct the correction of any violation of the rules of
safety and health. Additionally, the CONTRACTOR shall provide a
list of competent persons in accordance with OSHA 29 CFR
1926.32(f).

5. Emergency Contact List:

a. CONTRACTOR shall provide a list of emergency contacts to the


OWNER and PCM that can be contacted during and after working
hours. This list shall be updated with any changes as they occur.

6. Subcontractor Sign-off on HASP:

a. All subcontractors used on the project site by the CONTRACTOR


must agree with and sign-off on the CONTRACTOR’S HASP prior to
starting work on the Site. A copy of this sign-off must be
maintained on the Project Site and be available for inspection by
the OWNER/PCM.

7. Unsafe Conditions:

a. CONTRACTOR shall immediately correct any unsafe conditions


identified by the HSR or any other entity. In the event
CONTRACTOR fails to immediately correct such unsafe conditions,
the OWNER/PCM may either have the unsafe conditions
corrected by others at CONTRACTOR'S expense, or direct that the
Work be stopped in the area of the unsafe condition. However,
this right to stop the Work shall not give rise to any duty on the part
of OWNER/PCM to exercise this right to CONTRACTOR or to any
third party. The OWNER/PCM will resolve conflicts regarding safety
and health measures and practices.

8. Accident Prevention:

a. The CONTRACTOR shall provide and maintain work environments


and procedures that:

i. Safeguard personnel, properties, materials and equipment


of public and private entities exposed to operations and
activities of the CONTRACTOR.

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ii. Prevent disruptions in the operations of Government or
Municipalities and delays in the timing of completion of the
Project.

iii. Control costs of execution of this contract.

b. For these purposes, in contracts for construction or dismantling,


demolition or removal of improvements, the CONTRACTOR:

i. Will provide security barricades, signs and signal lights.

ii. Comply with State and local safety standards.

iii. Ensure that any additional measures be taken that the


OWNER/PCM determines as reasonably necessary.

c. At such time that the OWNER or the PCM become aware of any
violation of these requirements or any condition that represents a
serious or imminent danger to health or public safety or to the staff
of the OWNER or other government entity, the OWNER or PCM will
notify the CONTRACTOR verbally, at which time, the CONTRACTOR
shall begin immediately the corrective actions to remove this
safety violation. OWNER or PCM will confirm the notification later in
writing. This notice will be deemed sufficient notice of violation
and an order to perform the required corrective actions. After
receiving the notice, the CONTRACTOR shall immediately take
corrective action. If the CONTRACTOR does not perform or refuses
to take immediate corrective actions, the OWNER or PCM may
issue an order for total or partial stoppage of work until the
CONTRACTOR has satisfactorily performed the corrective actions
for the safety violation. The CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to
additional payment or extension of the project schedule by an
order for stoppage of work under the provisions of this section.

d. The CONTRACTOR shall include this Section in all its subcontracts,


with appropriate changes in the designation of the contracting
parties.

e. Before starting the construction work, the CONTRACTOR shall:

i. Submit the HASP to comply with the provisions of this


section. The HASP will include an analysis of the significant
dangers to life, health, well-being and properties, which
are inherent to the work of the contract. It shall also
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ii. Meet with representatives of the OWNER and the PCM to
discuss and develop a mutual understanding to the
administration of the accident prevention program.

f. The CONTRACTOR shall continuously inspect all work, materials,


equipment and/or conduct surveys to see if there is any condition
that may pose a hazard and is responsible for taking the necessary
corrective measures during the construction period, from the
beginning of the project to the turnover of the work.

9. Worker Training:

a. CONTRACTOR shall hold regularly scheduled meetings to instruct


its personnel and its subcontractors' personnel in safety and health
practices and the requirements of the project HASP.
CONTRACTOR shall furnish health and safety equipment for its
employees and verify that its subcontractors are furnishing health
and safety equipment for their employees. The CONTRACTOR
shall enforce the use of such equipment by its employees and the
employees of its subcontractors. After each meeting, the HSR of
the CONTRACTOR shall prepare a report of the meeting with the
names of the workers present and the topics discussed during the
meeting.

10. Safety Committee:

a. CONTRACTOR shall establish a project safety committee consisting


of members from management and labor.

11. Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse:

a. The use of drugs and alcohol is strictly prohibited within the areas
of work. As a result, the CONTRACTOR shall implement and
enforce a program to prevent and detect the use of these
substances. Evidence that each employee has passed the drug
test shall be available for review upon OWNER/PCM request within
three days of completion of the test. The program will include:
pre-project assignment, periodic unannounced (random), and
post-accident drug testing.

12. First-Aid and Medicine:

a. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for maintaining appropriate


medicines and first aid items on site. Also, the CONTRACTOR will
implement an emergency action plan for the evacuation of
employees or wounded as a result of the work. Each work site must
have at least one person trained in first aid that will be responsible
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communication between work site management and the
headquarters of the CONTRACTOR or directly with an emergency
service to respond as quickly as possible during an emergency.

13. Trenching and Excavation Notice:

a. Before the CONTRACTOR commences work on any trench or


excavation, they shall first submit a completed Trenching and
Excavation Notice to the OWNER and the PCM. The notice shall
be submitted 5 working days in advance to allow ample time to
verify the CONTRACTOR’S submittal. This verification does not in
any way relieve the CONTRACTOR of its responsibility for the safe
performance of the Work. The CONTRACTOR may commence
work after verification of the notice. For all trenches or
excavations over 20 feet deep, the CONTRACTOR must have the
sloping, shoring, or shielding method designed by a DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL registered in the state in which the Work is being
performed. The design must be submitted to the OWNER and the
PCM as an attachment to the Trenching and Excavation Notice.

b. The CONTRACTOR shall appoint a competent person, as defined


in OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926 Subpart P, to fill out the Trenching
and Excavation Notice and monitor all trench and excavation
work. Daily excavation inspections are also required to be
performed and documented. These forms are to be made
available to the OWNER and the PCM upon request.
CONTRACTOR shall provide the name, qualifications and contact
information for the “competent person” to the OWNER and the
PCM.

c. The verification by the OWNER or the PCM in no way changes the


CONTRACTOR’S responsibility for locating all underground utilities
and repairing damaged utilities as required by the contract. The
OWNER and the PCM shall not be held responsible for the safety
requirements for the trench or excavation. The CONTRACTOR’S
competent person shall be responsible for all safety requirements
as stated in OSHA Standard 29 FR 1926 Subpart P.

14. Crane Inspections:

a. All crane operations conducted by the CONTRACTOR shall comply


with OSHA 1926 Subpart BB.

b. All
All cranes
cranes inin use
use onon the
the Project
Project by
by the
the CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall
shall be
be
inspected
inspected onon a a monthly
monthly basis
basis by
by a
a competent
competent person.
person. Inspection
Inspection
results
results shall
shall bebe recorded
recorded onon aa monthly
monthly crane
crane inspection
inspection report
report
form
form which
which shall
shall be
be submitted
submitted to
to the
the OWNER
OWNER and
and the
the PCM
PCM byby the
the
fifth
fifth working
working day
day of
of each
each month.
month._____________________________
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c. CONTRACTOR shall submit a current annual crane inspection
report to the OWNER and the PCM prior to placing each crane in
service at the Project. The annual inspection shall be performed
by a third party inspection service certified for such work by the US
Department of Labor.

d. IfIf CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR fails
fails to
to submit
submit the
the monthly
monthly oror annual
annual report
report as
as
specified or submits a report that contains errors,
misrepresentations, or falsification of facts, the use of the crane
covered by the inaccurate report shall be stopped until the
violation is corrected. Additionally, the CONTRACTOR shall
immediately discharge from the Project all personnel responsible
for knowingly submitting a monthly or annual crane inspection
report that includes false information. Personnel discharged for
false crane inspection reporting shall not be again allowed on the
Project.

15. Fall Protection:

a. The OSHA Fall Protection Standard 29 CFR 1926 Subpart M shall be


strictly adhered to by the CONTRACTOR. No person or work
operation is exempt, including structural steel erection operations,
structural steel connectors, and scaffold erectors. Fall protection
is required for all of the CONTRACTOR'S work operations 100% of
the time, whether climbing, traveling, or working. No Work
operation is exempt from the 6 foot fall protection requirement.

b. Prior to starting Work operations requiring fall protection, the


CONTRACTOR shall submit to the OWNER and the PCM a fall
protection plan. The fall protection plan shall include, but not be
limited to, the following:

i. Name of qualified person in charge of operation.

ii. Description of Work operation.

iii. List of fall exposures.

iv. Description of fall protection methods used to eliminate fall


exposures.

v. Training and enforcement methods used to ensure


employee compliance with the plan.

c. Fall protection body harnesses, lanyards, and lifelines shall be used


in accordance with OSHA Standard 1926.502(d) , with the
following exceptions:

i. Full body harnesses shall be used in lieu of safety belts.


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ii. Only lanyards with shock absorbers and locking type snap
hooks shall be used.

iii. At least two (2) lanyards shall be used to provide 100


percent fall protection when moving around obstructions,
connection points, or other similar items.

d. Fall protection guardrail systems shall comply with OSHA Standard


1926.502(b) except manila, plastic, or synthetic rope shall not be
used as guardrails.

16. Steel Erection:

a. The OSHA Steel Erection Standard 1926 Subpart R shall be strictly


adhered to by the CONTRACTOR and others at the Project. In
addition to this standard, the fall protection rules in paragraph 15
hereof must be followed at all times. No work operation is exempt
from the six (6) foot fall protection requirement, these include bolt-
up, connecting, decking operations, etc.

b. Prior to commencing steel erection activities, approval from the


OWNER must be obtained in accordance with OSHA Steel Erection
Standard 1926 Subpart R requirements.

c. All System Engineered Metal Buildings as defined in the Standard


shall be engineered, fabricated, and installed in accordance with
the OSHA Steel Erection Standard 1926 Subpart R requirements.

d. Prior to mobilization, CONTRACTOR must submit a Steel Erection


Plan (SEP). The SEP shall be prepared by a qualified person as
defined in the Standard, be site specific, and address the
following:

i. Establish fall protection procedures for erection process.

ii. Certify the training of workers involved with the steel


erection process.

iii. Cover the erection sequence.

iv. Cover crane selection and placement procedures as well


as inspections of cranes and rigging.

v. Cover site preparation requirements, overhead loads, and


critical lifts.

vi. Cover steel erection activities, i.e. bracing guying,


connections, decking, roofing, siding, grating, etc.

vii. Cover falling object protection procedures.


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viii. Specifically address hazardous non-routine tasks.

ix. Perimeter fall protection planning and turnover.

x. Submit a detailed Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) for the steel


erection process.

17. Confined Space:

a. The CONTRACTOR must comply with OSHA’s Permit Required


Confined Space regulation 1910.146 and any other OWNER-
required confined space procedures.

18. Lockout/Tagout Clearance Procedures:

a. CONTRACTOR shall establish a program consisting of energy


control procedures, employee training, and periodic inspections
on CONTRACTOR and subcontractor-owned machinery and
equipment to ensure that, before any employee performs work
where the unexpected energizing, startup, or release of stored
energy could occur and cause injury, the machine or equipment
shall be isolated from the energy source and rendered inoperable.

b. The use of both tags and locks shall be included in the


CONTRACTOR’S program.

c. As required by project conditions, the CONTRACTOR shall


coordinate the use of a project specific lockout/tagout procedure
for all work on permanent plant equipment and interface work
with the OWNER’S existing facilities.

19. Fire Protection:

a. Only work procedures which minimize fire hazards to the extent


practicable shall be used. Combustible debris and waste
materials shall be collected and removed from the Project each
day. Fuels, solvents, and other volatile or flammable materials shall
be stored away from the construction and storage areas in well-
marked, safe containers. Good housekeeping is essential to fire
prevention and shall be practiced by CONTRACTOR throughout
the construction period. CONTRACTOR shall follow the
recommendations of Local Codes and Regulations regarding fire
hazards and prevention.

b. Unless specified herein for a particular application, untreated


canvas, paper, plastic, and other flammable flexible materials
shall not be used on the Project for any purpose. If such materials
are on equipment or materials that arrive at the Project, they shall

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be removed and replaced with an acceptable covering before
storing or moving into the construction area.

c. Formwork, scaffolding, planking, and similar materials which are


combustible but which are essential to execution of the Work shall
be treated for fire resistance or otherwise protected against
combustion resulting from welding sparks, cutting flames, and
similar fire sources.

d. Temporary heating facilities shall not be left unattended.

e. CONTRACTOR shall provide adequate fire protection equipment in


each warehouse, office, and other temporary structures, and in
each work area it is occupying as specified herein. Access to
sources of fire water shall be identified and kept open at all times.
Suitable fire extinguishers shall be provided in enclosed areas, in
areas which are not accessible to fire water, or in areas which may
be exposed to fire that cannot be safely extinguished with water.
Each fire extinguisher shall be of a type suitable for extinguishing
fires that might occur in the area in which it is located. In areas
where more than one type of fire might occur, the type of fire
extinguisher required in each case shall be provided. Each
extinguisher shall be placed in a convenient, clearly identified
location for accessibility in the event of fire.

f. CONTRACTOR alone shall be responsible for providing adequate


fire protection. Failure of CONTRACTOR to comply with or OWNER
to enforce, the above requirements shall not relieve CONTRACTOR
from any responsibility or obligation under this Subcontract.

20. Work Area Housekeeping/Cleanliness:

a. Special attention shall be given to keeping the inside of the


structures and surrounding grounds clean and free from trash and
debris. CONTRACTOR shall employ sufficient and special
personnel to thoroughly clean its work areas continuously each
working day and shall cooperate with the other contractors to
keep the entire construction site clean. This shall include sweeping
the streets, collecting and disposing of trash, and all other
functions required to keep the site clean. Materials and supplies
shall be stored in locations which will not block access ways, and
shall be arranged to permit easy cleaning of the area.

b. All hoses, cables, extension cords, and similar materials shall be


located, arranged, and grouped so that they will not block any
access way and will permit easy cleaning and maintenance. At
the close of each work week, and at the close of each day
preceding a holiday, to the extent practical, all such items,
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including specifically named items which have not been used
during the work week, shall be removed from the construction
area and stored in CONTRACTOR'S warehouses or other storage
areas.

c. All trash, debris, and waste materials shall be collected and


deposited in waste collection areas.

d. CONTRACTOR shall, at its expense, dedicate satisfactory personnel


to perform daily cleaning.

e. Promptly upon the completion of the construction work, all scrap,


trash, waste materials, and debris resulting from the Work under this
Contract shall be deposited in CONTRACTOR provided waste
facilities. All CONTRACTOR-owned facilities, materials, and
construction works shall be removed from the Site. CONTRACTOR
shall thoroughly clean the Work, removing all accumulations of
scraps, waste, oil, grease, weld spatter, insulation, paint, and other
foreign substances. Surfaces damaged by deposits of insulation,
concrete, paint, weld metal, or other adhering materials shall be
restored by CONTRACTOR.

f. Remaining OWNER-furnished materials shall be stored on the Site or


removed from the Site as directed by OWNER.

g. At the end of construction work, all holes, ruts, settlements, and


depressions resulting from the Work shall be filled and graded to
match elevations of adjacent surfaces, and all areas disturbed by
construction shall be restored to their original condition to the
maximum extent practicable and as acceptable to OWNER.

h. In the event of CONTRACTOR'S failure to comply with any of the


above requirements, the cleanup work may be accomplished by
OWNER at CONTRACTOR'S expense.

21. Testing of Equipment/Machinery and Temporary Installations:

a. All equipment, machinery and temporary installations for


construction purposes shall be kept under optimum conditions for
their safe operation. The CONTRACTOR’S HSR shall carry out
documented inspections and tests to verify that each piece of
equipment, machinery or temporary installation on site meets all
the requirements of occupational safety and health. All
equipment, machinery or temporary installations that do not
comply with the requirements of safety and health must be
removed immediately from the site.

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22. Project/Work Site Security:

a. CONTRACTOR shall cooperate with OWNER on all security matters


and shall promptly comply with any Project security requirements
established by OWNER. CONTRACTOR shall at all times conduct all
its operations under this Contract in a manner to avoid the risk of
loss, theft, or damage by vandalism, sabotage, or other means, of
and to any property. CONTRACTOR shall promptly take all
reasonable precautions which are necessary and adequate
against any conditions which involve a risk of loss, theft, or
damage to its property. CONTRACTOR shall continuously inspect
all of the Work and facilities to discover and determine such
conditions and shall be solely responsible for discovery,
determination, and correction of any such conditions.

b. IfIf OWNER
OWNER considers
considers itit necessary,
necessary, itit will
will provide
provide watchmen
watchmen and and
guards
guards toto protect
protect its
its own
own interests.
interests. CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall shall provide
provide
guard
guard service
service sufficient
sufficient for
for the
the protection
protection of
of its
its own
own property
property and
and
equipment.
equipment. OWNER
OWNER will will not
not be
be responsible
responsible for
for any
any loss
loss of,
of, theft
theft of,
of,
or
or damage
damage to to CONTRACTOR'S
CONTRACTOR'S or or subcontractor’s
subcontractor's property
property from
from
any
any cause.
cause.

c. CONTRACTOR and its subcontractors and their employees shall


observe all procedures for admission to the Project required by
OWNER. Unauthorized personnel will not be permitted on the
Project. Removal of any material or equipment from the Project
must be authorized by OWNER.

23. Personal Protective Equipment:

a. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for providing all employees with


the proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) under their
direction. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for verifying that their
subcontractors provide the proper PPE to their employees or the
CONTRACTOR will be responsible for providing the proper PPE.
Basics of PPE to be provided are:

i. Hard Hats.

ii. Safety Glasses.

iii. Work gloves.

iv. Communication Radios.

v. Earplugs.

vi. Raingear.

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vii. Work Boots with safety toes.

viii. Seat Belts.

ix. Life Saving Devices & Guards.

b. Any other item of personal protection that is required for special


work, such as welding, cutting iron, work in confined areas, and so
on, shall be furnished by the CONTRACTOR to the workers. If the
special work is being performed by a subcontractor, the
CONTRACTOR is responsible to verify the subcontractor is providing
the proper PPE or the CONTRACTOR will be responsible for
providing the proper PPE. Providing an item of personal protection
to a worker means that the CONTRACTOR has taught workers the
right way to use the equipment and the personal risks entailed in
the work to be conducted. Records of this training, including
course completion documents and certifications, should be kept
on site and filed for review.

c. In addition, the CONTRACTOR is responsible for providing and


maintaining personal protection in the form of construction
equipment such as:

i. Stairs and Ladders.

ii. Handrails and Guardrails.

iii. Barriers.

iv. Nets.

v. Scaffolding.

vi. Trench Collapse Protection.

If the construction equipment listed above is being provided by a


subcontractor, the CONTRACTOR is responsible for verifying that
the subcontractor is maintaining the equipment. If the
subcontractor is not doing so, the CONTRACTOR will assume this
responsibility.

d. All personal safety equipment must meet the minimum


requirements established by State and local laws and OSHA and
must meet any special requirements present during the execution
of the Work. The CONTRACTOR’S HSR shall have the authority to
order the immediate correction of any deficiency of personal
protection present at the Site or suspend work until the
deficiencies are corrected.

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24. Control of Hazardous Materials:

a. As required under Federal Hazardous Communications Standards


and certain state and local laws, CONTRACTOR shall provide
Material Safety Data Sheets/Safety Data Sheets covering all
hazardous materials furnished as part of or otherwise associated
with the Work. CONTRACTOR will provide the MSDS/SDS to OWNER
and the PCM prior to bringing the hazardous materials onto the
Project. CONTRACTOR shall provide OWNER and the PCM with
either copies of the applicable MSDS/SDS or copies of a
document certifying that no MSDS/SDS are required under any
federal, state, or local law, regulation, statute, or ordinance in
effect at the Project.

b. Hazardous materials are defined in the applicable statute which


may use the terminology "toxic substances" instead of "hazardous
materials." CONTRACTOR is responsible for determining if any
substance or material furnished, used, applied, or stored under this
Contract is within the provisions of any applicable statute.

c. CONTRACTOR shall provide labeling of hazardous materials and


training of employees in the safe usage of such materials as
required under any applicable federal, state, or local law,
regulation, statute, or ordinance. This includes, but is not limited to,
used oils, greases, or solvents from any flushing or cleaning
operations performed under this Contract. The labeling of
hazardous material containers shall also include CONTRACTOR'S
name.

d. CONTRACTOR shall provide to OWNER and the PCM a proposed


plan for hazardous material communication procedures prior to
commencing work at the Project. Such plan shall include a list of
hazardous materials and include their corresponding MSDS/SDS.
The information submitted by CONTRACTOR will ultimately be used
by OWNER to inform its personnel of the presence of hazardous
materials.

e. CONTRACTOR shall comply with OWNER'S hazardous


communication program requirements. OWNER will make
available to CONTRACTOR upon request a list of hazardous
materials which may be encountered by the CONTRACTOR at the
Project along with access to copies of the corresponding
MSDS/SDS prior to CONTRACTOR starting work at the Project.
CONTRACTOR shall use this information to train its employees
regarding any potential hazardous material that may be
encountered at the Project.

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i. CONTRACTOR shall provide, when required, written notice
of the presence of any hazardous material to local fire,
medical, and law enforcement agencies with a copy of
such written notice to OWNER and the PCM.

ii. CONTRACTOR shall take all reasonable measures to


prevent the release of any Hazardous Materials brought on
to the Site or adjacent areas by CONTRACTOR or their
subcontractors/suppliers. CONTRACTOR shall immediately
notify the OWNER and the PCM of any known spills,
emissions, or other releases of Hazardous Materials that
occur in connection with the performance of the Work.
CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for removing from the
Site and areas adjacent there to, and for properly
disposing of, in compliance with the requirements of laws,
codes, and regulations, and the requirements of all other
authorities having jurisdiction over the Work, including the
requirements of U.S. EPA, Federal and State Safety and
Health Regulations for Construction, any Hazardous
Materials brought onto the Project and adjacent areas by
CONTRACTOR or their subcontractors/suppliers in the
course of performing the Work.

iii. CONTRACTOR warrants full compliance with the provisions


of this Article and further warrants that it will adhere to all
applicable hazardous waste procedures and, if necessary,
obtain or arrange for, at its expense, all identification
numbers, permits, applications, and other things required in
connection with its activities under this Contract.

25. Protection of the Environment and General Public:

a. The CONTRACTOR shall comply with environmental protection


standards as well as safeguard the general public. All work will be
conducted in accordance with the requirements of the local,
State, and Federal governmental agencies in a way that minimizes
the effect on the public and environment adjacent to the work
being performed. The CONTRACTOR is solely responsible for
coordinating work with public and private agencies that are
affected by the work.

26. Identification and Resolution of Safety and Health Violations:

a. When any person or entity identified in the HASP identifies unsafe


materials, equipment or work practices, CONTRACTOR
management shall take immediate action to correct these
dangerous conditions. The CONTRACTOR’S HSR shall have the

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authority to stop any work that is ongoing and is determined to be
a danger to workers or the general public. The CONTRACTOR’S
HSR shall prepare reports on their daily inspections to include
special reports on any accident that may occur or has occurred.
These reports must be handed over to the OWNER and the PCM
no more than 48 hours after the inspection or accident, explaining
any deficiencies and actions taken to correct the deficiency.
Otherwise, the PCM will report these shortcomings to the OWNER,
and the OWNER will take appropriate action to assure
implementation of corrective measures.

27. Job Hazard Analysis:

a. A Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) shall be submitted for all significant


activities and tasks with high-risk potential, describing the job steps,
hazards associated with each job step and the controls used to
remove or minimize the associated hazards.

28. Documentation, Reporting and Files:

a. The CONTRACTOR shall document in their Daily Report all actions


taken with regards to project occupational safety and health.
Special reports or other documents required by this contract must
be signed or authenticated and dated by the individual
responsible for the HASP. The CONTRACTOR shall establish and
maintain a filing system to identify and facilitate the recovery of
specific documents. Each month, the CONTRACTOR shall send a
copy of the updated filing system to the OWNER and the PCM for
future reference.

b. The CONTRACTOR'S technical file to comply with the HASP will


contain at least the following information:

i. The daily reports of the CONTRACTOR’S HSR.

ii. Job Hazard Analysis.

iii. Accident Reports (including those of subcontractors).

iv. Hazardous Materials Handling Instructions/Informational


Documents.

v. Inspections and testing of machinery, equipment and


temporary installations.

vi. Reports of the weekly meetings, safety meetings and


worker training indicating that all workers have received
and understand the appropriate site-specific safety
training and issues.
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vii. List of personal protective equipment issued to each
worker.

viii. Photos taken to document accidents, mishaps, and near


misses.

ix. An updated copy of the CONTRACTOR’S HASP.

x. A copy of the applicable State and local laws and OSHA


regulations that relate to safety, health and security.

xi. Designs of any temporary construction developed by a


registered DESIGN PROFESSIONAL certified in the
applicable State.

xii. A copy of technical file will be maintained in the


CONTRACTOR’S field office at the Project Site.

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PART 3 EXECUTION

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PROJECT UTILITIES AND CONTACTS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Utility List / Contact Information.

1.03 UTILITY LIST / CONTACT INFORMATION

A. Collins Park WTP

1. City of Toledo – Water Treatment Plant

a. Mr. Steve Fleischman


(419) 466-2136

2. City of Toledo – Division of Transportation

a. 1110 North Westwood Ave., Toledo, OH 43607


(419) 243-1300.

3. City of Toledo – Division of Water Distribution

a. 401 South Erie St., Toledo, OH 43602


(419) 242-5040

4. City of Toledo – Division of Engineering Services

a. One Lake Erie Center


600 Jefferson Avenue, Suite 300, Toledo, Ohio 43604
(419) 936-2275

5. City of Toledo – Sewer and Drainage Services

a. 4032 Creekside Ave., Toledo, Ohio 43612


(419) 936-2924

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6. AT&T

a. 130 North Erie St., Room 206, Toledo, OH 43604


(419) 245-7301 (Aerial)
(419) 245-5595 (Underground)

7. Columbia Gas

a. Jamie Briehl
2901 East Manhattan Blvd., Toledo, OH 43611
(419) 539-6066

8. First Energy

a. Stop 1832, 300 Madison Ave., Toledo, OH 43652

9. Buckeye Cablevision

a. 4818 Angola Rd., Toledo, OH 43613


(419) 866-9800

10. Buckeye Pipeline

a. Five Tek Park, 9999 Hamilton Blvd., Breinigsville, PA 18031

11. Sunoco Pipeline

a. Beth Auman
525 Old Fritztown Rd., Sinking Spring, PA 18031
(610) 670-3200

12. Enbridge Energy

a. 1500 West Main St., Griffith, In 46319


(219) 922-7016

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PART 3 EXECUTION

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SECTION 01210

ALLOWANCES

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Cash Allowances.

B. Contingency Allowances.

C. Guaranteed Prices

D. Submittals.

E. Product Handling.

F. Guarantee.

G. Product Selection

H. Coordination.

I. Erection, Installation and Application.

J. Protection.

1.03 CASH ALLOWANCES

A. Costs included in cash allowances, costs not included in cash allowances but
included in the Contract Price, and adjusting differences in costs shall be in
accordance with paragraph 11.02 of the General Conditions. The OWNER
reserves the right to adjust and reallocate cash allowances at their discretion.

B. Allowances Schedule:

1. New Shop Equipment Allowance $250,000.00

2. New Paint Shop Equipment Allowance 75,000.00

3. New Storeroom Racking System Allowance 100,000.00

4. Office/Conference Room Furnishing Allowance 210,000.00

5. Locker and Breakroom Equipment Allowance 35,000.00


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6. Audio/Visual Allowance 50,000.00

7. Shop Relocation Allowance 20,000.00

8. Store Room Relocation Allowance 50,000.00

9. Finishes Allowance 350,000.00

10. Existing HVAC Allowance 50,000.00

C. CONTRACTOR’S costs for unloading and handling on the Site, labor, installation,
overhead, profit, and other expenses contemplated for the allowance are not
included in the allowance, and shall be included in the Bid price unless otherwise
stated in the specifications.

D. Prior to final payment, an appropriate Change Order will be issued as


recommended by the PCM to reflect actual amounts due CONTRACTOR on
account of Work covered by allowances, and the Contract Price shall be
correspondingly adjusted.

1.04 CONTINGENCY ALLOWANCES

A. Contingency allowances are stipulated amounts available as reserve for sole use
by OWNER to cover OWNER directed changes and unanticipated costs.

B. When authorization of Work under contingency allowance is contemplated by


OWNER for a defined scope, submit Change Order proposal to the PCM.
Prepare Change Order in accordance with General Conditions and Contract
Documents, except that payments within limit of contingency allowance shall
exclude cost of bond and insurance premiums.

C. Allowance Schedule:

1. General Allowance $100,000.00

1.05 GUARANTEED PRICES

A. Costs included in guaranteed prices, and costs not included in guaranteed price
work but included in the Contract Price shall be in accordance as follows.

B. Guaranteed Price Schedule:

1. None.

C. It is understood that CONTRACTOR has included in the Contract Price all


guaranteed prices so named in the Contract Documents and shall cause the
Work so covered to be performed for the included guaranteed prices.

D. CONTRACTOR agrees that, except as set forth in the Contract Documents,


CONTRACTOR’s costs for unloading and handling on the Site, labor, installation,

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overhead, profit, and other expenses contemplated for the guaranteed prices
have been included In the Contract Price and not in the guaranteed prices, and
no demand for additional payment on account of any of the foregoing will be
valid.

SUBMITTALS

A. Submittals shall be in accordance with the requirements of Section 01300 and


shall include:

1. Shop Drawings for Review:

a. CONTRACTOR shall prepare and submit proposals for the OWNER


to select the items included in the allowance.

2. Information for the Record:

a. Operation & Maintenance manuals as may be required for items


included in allowance.

b. Invoices and delivery slips, for items provided under the allowance,
shall be submitted to the PCM.

1.07 PRODUCT HANDLING

A. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, material and equipment to insure the
safe delivery, handling and storage of goods until acceptance by OWNER and
the PCM.

1.08 GUARANTEE

A. CONTRACTOR shall provide manufacturer’s warranties to the OWNER for all


goods provided.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 PRODUCT SELECTION

A. All allowance items shall be as selected by the OWNER.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 COORDINATION

A. CONTRACTOR shall advise OWNER and the PCM of, and include in the schedule,
the timing of the selections, shop drawing review and procurement of the goods
or services required in the allowance.

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B. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the coordination, of all allowance item(s)
provided, with the remainder of the contract work.

3.02 ERECTION, INSTALLATION AND APPLICATION

A. Installation shall be complete and in accordance with the Contract Documents


and the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S instruction.

3.03 PROTECTION

A. CONTRACTOR shall examine all goods on delivery. All damaged or defective


goods shall be returned to the manufacturer for replacement.

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SECTION
SECTION 01215
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DEFINITION
DEFINITION OF
OF CONTRACT
CONTRACT ITEMS
ITEMS

PART l GENERAL
GENERAL

1.01
1.01 FOREWORD
FOREWORD

A.
A. This
This Section
Section describes
describes the
the various
various Contract
Contract Items
Items listed
listed in
in the
the Bid.
Bid.

1.02
1.02 WORK
WORK INCLUDED
INCLUDED

A.
A. Under
Under each
each Item
Item the
the Contractor
Contractor shall
shall furnish
Turnish all
all labor,
labor, materials,
materials, tools,
tools, plant
plant
equipment,
equipment, supplies,
supplies, maintenance
maintenance of oT equipment,
equipment, heating,
heating, lighting
lighting and
and power,
power,
insurance
insurance and
and bonds,
bonds, coordination,
coordination, and
and allall work
work that
that may
may be be specifically
specifically
described
described and
and included
included under
under the
the respective
respective Items
Items and
and necessary
necessary toto complete
complete
the
the work
work in
in accordance
accordance withwith the
the obvious
obvious oror expressed
expressed intent
intent of
oT the
the Contract
Contract
Documents.
Documents.

1.03
1.03 WORKMANSHIP
WORKMANSHIP AND
AND MATERIALS
MATERIALS

A.
A. The
The quality
quality of
oT workmanship
workmanship and and materials
materials entering
entering into
into any
any and
and all
all of
oT the
the Items
Items
and
and the
the work
work included
included shall
shall conform
conform to to pertinent
pertinent sections,
sections, paragraphs,
paragraphs,
sentences,
sentences, andand clauses,
clauses, both
both directly
directly and
and indirectly
indirectly applicable
applicable thereto,
thereto,
contained
contained inin the
the Contract
Contract Documents,
Documents, whether
whether oror not
not direct
direct reference
reference to to such
such
occurs
occurs under
under each
each Item
Item in
in this
this Section.
Section.

1.04
1.04 PAYMENT
PAYMENT

A.
A. The
The lump
lump sum
sum and
and unit
unit prices
prices stated
stated inin the
the Bid
Bid shall
shall be
be payment
payment inin full
Tull for
for the
the
completion
completion of
oT all
all work
work specified
specified and
and described
described oror required
required to
to be
be included
included in in the
the
Contract,
Contract, complete,
complete, and
and ready
ready for
for use.
use.

B.
B. The
The scope
scope ofoT work
work may
may be be reduced
reduced due
due to
to budget
budget limitations.
limitations. Unit
Unit price
price work
work
shall
shall be
be paid
paid only
only for
for the
the actual
actual work
work performed
performed and
and no no adjustments
adjustments will
will be
be
made
made to to the
the unit
unit prices
prices ifit the
the scope
scope is
is reduced.
reduced. Certain
Certain bid
bid items,
items, bid
bid as
as lump
lump
sum,
sum, may
may bebe reduced,
reduced, based
based on on negotiated
negotiated reductions,
reductions, ifit the
the overall
overall scope
scope is
is
significantly
significantly reduced.
reduced.

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PRODUCTS

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used.

PART 3 EXECUTION
EXECUTION

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PART 4 SPECIAL
SPECIAL PROVISIONS
PROVISIONS

4.01
4.01 CONTRACT
CONTRACT ITEMS
ITEMS

A.
A. The
The Contract
Contract Items
Items are
are defined
defined on
on the
the following
following pages.
pages.

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ITEM 1

MAINTENANCE FACILITY

1.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall furnish all materials, equipment, labor,
supervision, and coordination as specified, shown on the Drawings, or otherwise
required to complete and place in operation the work for the Contract.

B. Item 1 includes all work shown on the Drawings and specified in Parts A, B, and
Divisions 1 through 16 of Specifications, unless specifically included for payment
under other Items.

1.02 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all Work
required under Item 1.

ITEM 2

TRUCK DOCK REPLACEMENT

2.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to replace the existing truck
dock as shown on the Drawings.

B. This Item shall include all work to remove and replace the truck dock, including
but not limited to the following: removal of existing canopy, dock surface and
foundations, jib crane and foundations, piping shown to be removed or rerouted;
excavation; pavement removal; saw-cutting; hauling excess spoil material from
project site; backfill; compaction; rerouting and installation of new piping;
connections to new and existing sewers; adjustment of storm inlets; construction,
maintenance and removal of temporary access to the work area; installation of
the new truck dock foundations, surface deck, canopy, lighting.

C. Restoration of landscape surface improvements, within the zone of influence of


the work including seeding, mulching, and fertilizing all disturbed lawn areas shall
be included under these Items, unless specifically included under other Items.

D. This Item is not to be included in Item 1.

2.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

2.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

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2.04 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all work required
under Item 2.

ITEM 3

CHEMICAL BUILDING RENOVATIONS

3.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to renovate the Chemical
Building and the West and East Plants as shown on the Drawings.

B. This Item shall include all work to construct a new office addition to the Chemical
Building, including but not limited to the following: removal of pavement, existing
manhole and associated storm sewer piping, door, associated masonry, security
and electrical; installation of new storm manhole and associated sewer piping,
pavement, building foundation, masonry construction, doors and windows
associated with the addition, roofing, electrical, lighting, security, interior finishes;
excavation, backfill and compaction; pavement and sidewalk replacement.

E. This item shall include all work to renovate the Chemical Building, including but
not limited to the following: removal of drywall, plaster, concrete brick, partition
walls, electrical, security, plumbing, HVAC, and interior finishes as shown;
installation of new partition walls, masonry, interior doors, lighting, security, paint,
acoustical ceilings, flooring and other finishes, electrical and security, plumbing
and new HVAC.

F. This item shall include all work to replace the existing ventilation system of the
West and East Plants, including but not limited to the following: removal of existing
exhaust fans, louvers, Kalwall, associated electrical and controls; installation of
new fans, louvers, glass block, painting and electrical and controls for complete
operating system.

G. This item shall include all work to renovate the West and East Plants bathrooms,
including but not limited to the following: removal of the existing finishes,
accessories, plumbing and electrical as shown; installation of new finishes,
accessories, electrical and plumbing as shown.

H. Restoration of landscape surface improvements, within the zone of influence of


the work including seeding, mulching, and fertilizing all disturbed lawn areas shall
be included under these Items, unless specifically included under other Items.

C. This Item is not to be included in Item 1.

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A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

3.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 3 – Includes Chemical Building Renovations.

3.04 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all work required
under Item 3.

ITEM 4

CHEMICAL BUILDING TUCK POINTING

4.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, scaffolding and access provisions, overhead and profit to repoint
masonry as described in Section 04500. This work is intended to be used on the
exterior of the Chemical Building.

B. This Item is not to be included in Item 1.

4.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

4.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 4 – Includes Chemical Building Tuck Pointing.

4.04 PAYMENT

A. The unit price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for each linear foot of
Masonry Tuck Pointing marked by the RPR and performed.

ITEM 5

CHEMICAL BUILDING BRICK REPLACEMENT

5.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to replace brick found to
be damaged.

B. This Item is not to be included in Item 1.

5.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

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5.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 5 – Includes Chemical Building Brick Replacement.

5.04 PAYMENT

A. The unit price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for each brick marked
by the RPR and performed.

ITEM 6

CHEMICAL BUILDING DOOR REPLACEMENT

6.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to replace exterior doors on
the Chemical Building and West and East Plants as shown.

B. This item shall include all work to replace existing doors, including but not limited
to the following: removal of the existing doors, hardware, accessories, frames;
preparation of the door opening to accept the new door, installation of new
frames, door, hardware and accessories as shown.

C. This Item is not to be included in Item 1 or Item 3.

6.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

6.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 6 – Includes Chemical Building Door Replacement.

6.04 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all work required
under Item 6.

ITEM 7

CHEMICAL BUILDING WINDOW REPLACEMENT

7.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to replace selected
windows of the Chemical Building as shown.

B. This item shall include all work to replace existing windows, including but not
limited to the following: removal of the existing windows, hardware, accessories,

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frames; preparation of the window opening to accept the new window,
installation of new frames, window, hardware and accessories as shown.

C. This Item is not to be included in Item 1 or Item 3.

7.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

7.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 7 – Includes Chemical Building Window Replacement.

7.04 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all work required
under Item 7.

ITEM 8

CLEANING, CAULKING AND SEALING LIMESTONE CLADDING

8.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, scaffolding and access provisions, overhead and profit to clean,
caulk and seal masonry as described in Section 04500. This work is in addition to
the masonry restoration work shown on the Drawings. This work is intended to be
used on exterior work.

B. This item shall include all restoration work of the limestone cladding at the south
main entrance and the second floor sill along the south face of the Chemical
Building, including but not limited to the following: removal of surface stains and
dirt through a cleaning process, removal of all joint caulking, removal of the loose
and displaced cladding on each side of the stairs; installation of caulk in each
joint, resetting of the limestone cladding on each side of the steps, and sealing all
of the work as shown.

D. This Item is not to be included in Item 1 or Item 3.

8.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

8.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 8 – Includes Cleaning, Caulking, and Sealing Limestone Cladding.

8.04 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all work required

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under Item 8.

ITEM 9

CHEMICAL BUILDING HVAC EQUIPMENT

9.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to replace the existing
HVAC equipment that is scheduled to remain after the renovations (i.e., not
shown to be removed).

B. This Item shall include all work to replace the Chemical Building HVAC equipment
not shown to be removed, including but not limited to the following:
disconnection of electrical and gas (where applicable), separation of ductwork,
and removal of equipment; installation of new equipment, electrical and gas
(where applicable) connection of ductwork and adjustment of roof curbs.

C. This Item is not to be included in Item 1 or Item 3.

9.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

9.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 9 – Includes Chemical Building Renovations.

9.04 PAYMENT

A. The lump sum stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for all work required
under Item 9.

ITEM 10

ADDITIONAL EXCAVATION

10.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall excavate additional material and control
groundwater as necessary and backfill all as ordered by the PCM. This Item
covers excavation which is not otherwise required by the Contract Documents
and not covered in Item 1.

B. This work shall be done only upon authorization of the PCM and only to the extent
authorized by the PCM. All work done under this Item shall comply with the
requirements of Division 2 of these Specifications.

C. Excavation
Excavation of
of unsuitable
unsuitable material. This work
material. This work includes
includes controlling
controlling ground
ground water,
water,
excavation,
excavation, hauling
hauling and
and disposal
disposal of
of unsuitable
unsuitable materials,
materials, and
and backfilling
backfilling of
of the
the
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resulting voids with compacted selected backfill material or special backfill
material. If the use of special backfill material is ordered, it shall be paid for under
Item 10.

10.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

10.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 10 – Includes Additional Excavation.

10.04 MEASUREMENT

A. The quantities to be paid for under this Item shall be determined by the volume of
material removed from its original space and shall be determined from the
measured volume of the void created.

10.05 PAYMENT

A. The unit price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for each cubic yard of
additional excavation ordered under the provisions of Item 10.

ITEM 11

ADDITIONAL SPECIAL BACKFILL

11.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall excavate additional material and control
groundwater as necessary and backfill with special backfill material all as
ordered by the DESIGN PROFESSIOINAL. This Item covers excavation which is not
otherwise required by the Contract Documents and not covered in Item 1.

B. This work shall be done only upon authorization of the PCM and only to the extent
authorized by the PCM. All work done under this Item shall comply with the
requirements of Division 2 of these Specifications.

A. These Items are not to be included in Item 1.

11.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

11.03 DEFINITION OF ITEMS

A. Item 11 – Includes Additional Special Backfill.

11.04 MEASUREMENT

A. The quantities to be paid for under this Item shall be determined by the volume of

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material removed from its original space and shall be determined from the
measured volume of the void created.

11.05 PAYMENT

A. The unit price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for each cubic yard of
additional special backfill ordered under the provisions of Item 11.

ITEM 12

ADDITIONAL CONCRETE PAVEMENT

12.01 DESCRIPTION

B. Under this Item, the CONTRACTOR shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to place additional
concrete pavement.

C. This work shall be done only upon authorization of the PCM and to the extent
specifically ordered by the PCM.

D. This Item is not to be included in Item 1.

12.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

12.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 12 – Includes Additional Concrete Pavement.

12.04 MEASUREMENT

A. The quantities to be paid for under this Item shall be determined by the area of
pavement placed not shown on the drawings.

12.05 PAYMENT

A. The unit price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for each square yard of
additional pavement ordered under the provisions of Item 12.

ITEM 13

ADDITIONAL ASPHALT PAVEMENT

13.01 DESCRIPTION

A. Under this Item, the Contractor shall include all material, labor, supervision,
coordination, access provisions, overhead, and profit to place additional asphalt
pavement.

B. This work shall be done only upon authorization of the PCM and to the extent
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specifically ordered by the PCM.

C. This Item is not to be included in Item 1.

13.02 WORK NOT INCLUDED

A. Any work specifically included under other Bid Items.

13.03 DEFINITION OF ITEM

A. Item 13 – Includes Additional Asphalt Pavement.

13.04 MEASUREMENT

A. The quantities to be paid for under this Item shall be determined by the area of
pavement placed not shown on the drawings.

13.05 PAYMENT

A. The unit price stated in the Bid shall be full compensation for each square yard of
additional pavement ordered under the provisions of Item 13.

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SECTION 01300

SUBMITTALS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Submittal Procedures.

B. Shop Drawings.

C. Construction Progress Schedules.

D. Samples.

E. Certificates.

F. Manufacturer’s Guarantees and Warrantees.

G. Manufacturer’s Instructions.

H. Operation and Maintenance Data and Manuals.

I. Operator Training / Lesson Plans.

J. Payroll Records and Schedules.

1.03 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES

A. Transmit each submittal with PCM accepted form. Sequentially number the
transmittal forms. Revised submittals shall be transmitted with the original
submittal number with a sequential alphabetic suffix.

B. Identify Project, CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor or Supplier; pertinent drawing and


detail number, and Specification Section as appropriate.

C. Submittals shall be in electronic form, unless indicated otherwise or otherwise


agreed upon by the OWNER or PCM. Facsimile (fax) copies will not be
acceptable.

D. Submittals will not be accepted from anyone but the CONTRACTOR.

E. Submittals not requested will not be recognized or processed.

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F. Submittal documents shall be in black and white unless color is required for the
review of the submittal. All electronic files shall be in Portable Document Format
(PDF) as generated by Adobe Acrobat Professional Version 7.0 or higher. The PDF
file(s) shall be fully indexed using the Table of Contents, searchable with
thumbnails generated. PDF images must be at a readable resolution. For most
documents, they should be scanned or generated at 300 dots per inch (dpi).
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) capture must be performed on these
images so that text can be searched, selected and copied from the generated
PDF file. The PDF documents shall have a bookmark created in the navigation
frame for each major entry (“Section” or “Chapter”) in the Table of Contents.
Thumbnails shall be generated for each page or graphic in the PDF file.

G. The opening view for each PDF document shall be as follows: 

1. Initial View: Bookmarks and Page. 

2. Magnification: Fit In Window. 

3. The file shall open to the CONTRACTOR’S transmittal letter, with bookmarks
to the left. The first bookmark shall be linked to the Table of Contents.

H. PDF document properties shall include the submittal number for the document
title and the CONTRACTOR’S name for the author. 

I. Electronic submittal file sizes shall be limited to 10 MB. When multiple files are
required for a submittal the least number of files possible shall be created. 

J. The CONTRACTOR shall post submittals and retrieve the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S
submittal review comments through the PCM’s project Document Management
System accessible through the Internet and described in Section 01320.  

1.04 SHOP DRAWINGS

A. Shop drawing submittals for review and for record purposes, including drawings,
engineering data, and record data covering all equipment, fabricated
components, and building materials that will become a permanent part of the
Work under this Contract, shall be submitted to the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL for
review via the PCM, as required. Submittals shall verify compliance with the
Contract Documents, and shall include drawings and descriptive information in
sufficient detail to show the kind, size, arrangement, power requirements, and the
operation of component materials and devices; the external connections,
anchorages, and supports required; the performance characteristics; and
dimensions needed for installation and correlation with other materials,
equipment, and available space. A schedule of the list of anticipated submittals
for this project, inclusive of shop drawings, manufacturer’s field services, spare
parts and operation and maintenance manuals, is included at the end of this
section. Shop Drawings for additional items shall be submitted when deemed
necessary by the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL.

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B. Layout
Layout drawings
drawings for
for electrical work shall
electrical work shall include
include all
all underground,
underground, concealed,
concealed,
and
and exposed
exposed conduits,
conduits, and
and shall
shall show
show locations
locations and
and sizes
sizes of
of conduit
conduit runs,
runs, sizes
sizes
and
and number
number of wires, pull
of wires, pull and junction boxes,
and junction boxes, outlets,
outlets, lighting
lighting fixtures,
fixtures, panel
panel
boards,
boards, motor
motor starter,
starter, switchboards,
switchboards, motor
motor controls,
controls, switches,
switches, control
control stations,
stations,
disconnects,
disconnects, etc.,
etc., and will be
and will be used
used by
by the
the DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL to to verify
verify the
the
location
location and
and size
size of
of conduit, wire and
conduit, wire and equipment.
equipment. Layout
Layout drawings
drawings shall
shall be
be
submitted
submitted early.
early. No
No Work
Work shall
shall proceed
proceed until
until such
such drawings
drawings have
have been
been returned
returned
(with
(with review
review stamp
stamp affixed)
affixed) by
by PCM.
PCM.

C. Submit working drawings of piping; detail drawings of steel reinforcing both bars
and mesh, showing size and arrangement; details of machinery, apparatus and
materials; dimensional drawings, ladder-type schematic diagrams, connections
diagrams and other data for all electrically operated equipment, and all
communication, instrumentation, control, and related equipment; and layout
drawings of the complete electrical work. Drawings shall designate the complete
installation and shall be suitable of coordinating work of the various trades.

D. Each shop drawing submittal shall cover items from only one section of the
specification unless the item consists of components from several sources.
CONTRACTOR shall submit a complete initial shop drawing submittal including all
components of each system. When an item consists of components from several
sources, CONTRACTOR'S initial shop drawing submittal shall be complete
including all components.

E. All shop drawing submittals, regardless of origin, shall be reviewed, stamped, and
approved by CONTRACTOR and clearly identified with the name and number of
this Contract, CONTRACTOR'S name, and references to applicable specification
paragraphs and Contract Drawings. Each shop drawing submittal, regardless of
origin, shall be affixed with an approval statement of CONTRACTOR. Each shop
drawing submittal shall indicate the intended use of the item in the Work. When
catalog pages are submitted, applicable items shall be clearly identified and
inapplicable data crossed out. The current revision, issue number, and date shall
be indicated on all drawings and other descriptive data.

F. CONTRACTOR shall submit only items and materials that are suitable for the
intended use.

G. The DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S review of materials and items, where their specific
use is not identified, are for general review purposes and shall not be relied upon
for all use conditions.

H. CONTRACTOR shall be solely responsible for the completeness of each shop


drawing submittal. CONTRACTOR'S stamp and affixed approval statement of a
submittal, per Figure 01300-2, is a representation to OWNER and DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL that CONTRACTOR accepts sole responsibility for determining and
verifying all quantities, dimensions, field construction criteria, materials, catalog
numbers, and similar data, and that CONTRACTOR has reviewed and

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coordinated each shop drawing submittal with the requirements of the intended
use, the Work, and the Contract Documents.

I. All deviations from the Contract Documents shall be identified as deviations on


each shop drawing submittal and shall be tabulated in CONTRACTOR'S letter of
transmittal, using Figure 01300-3. If there are no deviations, the CONTRACTOR
shall state “NO DEVIATIONS” on Figure 01300-3. Such submittals shall, as pertinent
to the deviation, indicate essential details of all changes proposed by
CONTRACTOR (including modifications to other facilities that may be required as
a result of the deviation) and all required piping and wiring diagrams.

J. The CONTRACTOR shall submit shop drawings in electronic form. Facsimile (fax)
copies will not be acceptable. Submittals, drawings and the necessary data shall
be submitted electronically to the PCM as specified in paragraph 1.03 above.

K. DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S Review of Shop Drawing Submittals covers only general


conformity to the Drawings and Specifications, external connections, and
dimensions that affect the layout; it does not indicate thorough review of all
dimensions, quantities, and details of the material, equipment, device, or item
covered. DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S review shall not relieve CONTRACTOR of sole
responsibility for errors, omissions, or deviations in the drawings and data, nor of
CONTRACTOR'S sole responsibility for compliance with the Contract Documents. 

L. DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S shop drawing submittal review period shall be generally


a maximum of twenty-one (21) consecutive calendar days except some large,
complex submittals and submittals being held for the arrival of supplemental data
may require additional time. The review time shall commence on the first
calendar day following receipt of the submittal or re-submittal in DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL’S office.  

M. Re-submittal of Drawings and Data:

1. CONTRACTOR shall accept full responsibility for the completeness of each


re-submittal. CONTRACTOR shall verify that all corrected data and
additional information previously requested by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL are
provided on the re-submittal. 

2. When corrected copies are resubmitted, CONTRACTOR shall direct


specific attention to all revisions in writing and shall list separately any
revisions made other than those called for by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL on
previous submittals. Requirements specified for initial submittals shall also
apply to re-submittals. Re-submittals shall bear the number of the first
submittal followed by a letter (A, B, etc.) or a unique identification that
indicates the initial submittal and correct sequence of each re-submittal. 

3. If more than one re-submittal is required because of failure of


CONTRACTOR to provide all previously requested corrected data or
additional information, CONTRACTOR shall reimburse OWNER for the
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charges of DESIGN PROFESSIONAL for review of the additional re-
submittals. This does not include initial submittal data such as shop tests
and field tests that are submitted after initial submittal. 

4. The need for more than one re-submittal, or any other delay in obtaining
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S review of submittals, will not entitle CONTRACTOR
to extension of the Contract Times unless delay of the Work is the direct
result of a change in the Work authorized by a Change Order or failure of
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL to review and return any submittal to
CONTRACTOR within the specified review period. 

N. Coordinate submission of related items.

O. CONTRACTOR may utilize Contract Drawings with necessary details marked


thereon for electrical conduit layout drawings. However, the drawings must have
CONTRACTOR’S title block in lieu of DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’S title block.

P. Mark each copy to identify applicable products, models, options, and other
data. Supplement manufacturers’ standard data to provide information specific
to this Project.

Q. For factory-primed and factory-finished materials and equipment to be field-


painted, indicate coatings manufacturer and type; for completely factory-
finished materials and equipment not to be field painted, indicate coatings
manufacturer and type, and include full range of manufacturer’s standard colors
for finish color section by OWNER.

R. Color Selection:

1. CONTRACTOR shall submit samples of colors and finishes for all accepted
products to the PCM before PCM will coordinate the selection of colors
and finishes with OWNER.

2. PCM will prepare a schedule of finishes that include the colors and finishes
selected for both manufactured products and for surfaces to be field
painted or finished and will furnish this schedule to CONTRACTOR within 30
days after the date of acceptance of the last color or finish sample.

S. After review, CONTRACTOR shall distribute four (4) hardcopies to the PCM in
accordance with the Submittal Procedures article above, including one (1) set of
record copies for Record Documents described in Section 01700 – Contract
Closeout.

1.05 Construction Progress Schedules

A. Refer to Specification Section 01310 for submittal requirements.

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1.06 SAMPLES

A. Samples requested by the OWNER to illustrate functional and aesthetic


characteristics of the product shall be submitted to the PCM with integral parts
and attachment devices; and for finishes, submit Samples from the full range of
manufacturer’s standard colors, textures, and patterns for OWNER selection.
Coordinate Sample submittals for interfacing work.

B. Include identification on each Sample, with full Project information.

C. Submit the number of Samples that CONTRACTOR requires plus two, one of which
will be retained by the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL and the other by the PCM.
Samples are required for those items as specified in individual Specifications
Sections. Samples for additional items shall be submitted when deemed
necessary by OWNER or DESIGN PROFESSIONAL.

D. Reviewed Samples that may be used in the Work are indicated in individual
Specifications Sections.

E. Samples shall not be used for testing purposes unless specifically stated in the
Specifications Section.

1.07 CERTIFICATES

A. When specified in individual Specifications Sections, submit certification by the


manufacturer, installation/application subcontractor, or CONTRACTOR to the
PCM, in quantities specified for Shop Drawings.

B. Indicate material or equipment conforms to or exceeds specified requirements.


Submit supporting reference data, affidavits, and certifications as appropriate.

C. Certificates may be recent or previous test results on material or equipment but


must be acceptable to the PCM.

D. The CONTRACTOR shall submit certificates in electronic form. Facsimile (fax)


copies will not be acceptable. Submittals shall be submitted electronically to the
PCM as specified in section 1.03 above.

1.08 MANUFACTURER’S GUARANTEES AND WARRANTEES

A. When normally offered, or when specified in individual Specifications Sections,


submit Guarantees and Warrantees, as required within the Agreement or as
otherwise denoted within Section 01700 and the individual Specification Sections,
to the PCM.

1.09 MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS

A. Keep
Keep one
one copy
copy of of manufacturer’s
manufacturer's printed
printed instructions
instructions for
for delivery,
delivery, storage,
storage,
assembly, installation, start-up, adjusting, and finishing on Site. Maintain the
assembly, installation, start-up, adjusting, and finishing on Site. Maintain the
printed
printed instruction
instruction with
with the
the Record
Record Documents
Documents required
required byby Section
Section 01700.
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B. Indicate special procedures, perimeter conditions requiring special attention,
and special environmental criteria required for application or installation.

1.10 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DATA AND MANUALS

A. Operation and maintenance information shall be supplied for all equipment


requiring maintenance or other attention. The equipment Supplier shall prepare
an operation and maintenance manual for each kind of equipment indicated in
the individual equipment sections or the submittal schedule included at the end
of this section.

B. The operation and maintenance manuals shall include all instructions or parts lists
packed with or attached to the equipment when delivered, plus all other
operation and maintenance materials needed to properly operate and maintain
the equipment on an ongoing basis.

C. Preliminary copies of operation and maintenance manuals shall be submitted to


the PCM for distribution and review before field testing of the equipment.
Preliminary copies shall be in hardcopy and electronic format. The quantity of
copies shall be three preliminary and one electronic copy.

D. After review by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, final copies of operation and


maintenance manuals shall be delivered to the PCM not later than 30 days after
placing the equipment in operation. Final copies shall include four hard copies
and one electronic copy.

E. Shipment of equipment will not be considered complete until all required


manuals and data have been received.

F. General Information:

1. O&M Manuals shall be printed on heavy, first quality 8½-inch by 11-inch


paper.

2. O&M Manuals shall be provided in 3-hole punched 3-ring D-type binders.


Binders shall not be larger than 2-inch. If necessary, additional volumes
may be provided and shall be so labeled.

3. Drawings shall be provided on 11-inch by 17-inch paper, folded


separately and bound in manual in appropriate location. Full size
drawings will only be accepted if they are folded and placed into plastic
sleeves.

4. Spine of each manual shall contain the following:

a. Equipment Name.

b. Specification Section Number.

c. Manufacturer Name.
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d. Volume Number (i.e. Volume 1 of 1, Volume 1 of 2, Volume 2 of 2,
etc.).

5. Front of each manual shall contain the following:

a. Project Number.

b. Project Name.

c. Equipment Name.

d. Specification Section Number.

e. Manufacturer Name.

f. Volume Number (i.e. Volume 1 of 1, Volume 1 of 2, Volume 2 of 2,


etc.).

g. Contact Rep with name, phone number, fax number, e-mail.

6. Each binder shall contain Table of Contents with items in specific binder
only.

7. Each binder shall have index tabs and have equipment name with
specification section number.

8. Provide four final copies of each volume.

9. Provide
Provide oneone Electronic O&M Manual
Electronic O&M Manual in in PDF
PDF Format.
Format. TheThe PDF
PDF file(s)
file(s) shall
shall be
be
fully indexed using the Table of Contents, searchable with thumbnails
fully indexed using the Table of Contents, searchable with thumbnails
generated.
generated. Scanned
Scanned images
images must
must be
be atat aa readable
readable resolution
resolution (300
(300 dots
dots
per
per inch
inch -– “dpi”).
"dpi"). Optical
Optical Character
Character Recognition
Recognition (OCR)
(OCR) capture
capture mustmust bebe
performed on images. OCR settings shall be performed with
performed on images. OCR settings shall be performed with the "original the “original
image
image with
with hidden
hidden text”
text" option
option in
in Adobe
Adobe Acrobat
Acrobat Exchange.
Exchange. One One PDF PDF
document
document shall shall be
be created
created for
for each
each equipment
equipment service
service manual.
manual. The The
entire
entire manual
manual shall
shall be
be converted
converted toto a
a single
single PDF
PDF file
file via
via scanning
scanning or or other
other
method
method of of conversion.
conversion. Drawings
Drawings or
or other
other graphics
graphics shall
shall also
also be
be converted
converted
to
to .pdf
.pdf format.
format. CDs/DVDs
CDs/DVDs must
must be
be provided
provided in jewel boxes
in jewel with labeling
boxes with labeling
as
as follows:
follows:

a. Manufacturer’s Name.

b. Equipment name and/or O&M title spelled out in complete words.

c. Specification Section Number: Example: “Section 01500”.

d. Project Name.

e. City Project/Contract Number: “Improvement No. 47A”.

f. File Names and Date.


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10. File names shall use the “eight dot three” convention (XXXXX_YY.pdf),
where X is the five digit number corresponding to the specification
section, and YY is a two digit number set in sequential order when there
are more than one PDF document (more than one O&M manual) per
specification section. The initial filename for the O&M submittal will be
provided with the request for final O&M manuals.

G. Specific Information:

1. O&M Manuals shall include, but not be limited to the following:

a. Descriptive literature, bulletins or other data covering equipment


or system.

b. Complete list of equipment and appurtenances included with


system, complete with manufacturer serial number and model
number.

c. Utility requirements.

d. General arrangement drawing.

e. Sectional assembly.

f. Dimensional print.

g. Materials of construction.

h. Certified performance curve.

i. Parts list with assembly drawings.

j. Recommended spare parts list with part and catalog number.

k. Schematic wiring diagrams (if applicable).

l. Schematic piping diagrams (if applicable).

m. Description of associated instrumentation.

n. Drive dimensions and data.

o. Operative instructions.

p. Maintenance instructions include trouble-shooting guidelines,


lubrication, and preventive maintenance instructions with task
schedule.

q. Special tools and equipment required for operation and


maintenance.

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r. Description of equipment controls.

s. Pump seal data (if applicable).

t. Assembly, installation, alignment, adjustment and checking


instructions.

u. Confirmation of all corrections noted on shop drawings marked


“Make Corrections Noted” (or other similar language).

v. Manufacturer’s name, address, telephone number, fax number,


cellular phone number, e-mail addresses for contact personnel as
well as Manufacturer’s job number and/or Purchase Order
number.

w. Manufacturer’s local sales representative name, address,


telephone number, fax number, cellular phone number and e-mail
address.

2. Manuals shall be tailored to the project by highlighting appropriate


information and/or deleting or crossing out non-applicable information.

3. Field modifications to equipment during installation shall be included in


the manual so that the manual reflects as-built conditions.

1.11 OPERATOR TRAINING / LESSON PLANS

A. CONTRACTOR shall provide a draft Operator Training Lesson Plan, outline


presentation, and resume(s) for the anticipated trainer(s) to the PCM for review
not less than fourteen calendar days prior to any Operator Training.

B. Operator training data shall include all instructional materials and copies of
audio/ visual aids. A minimum of one copy of all training materials including any
electronic data shall be provided to the PCM.

C. Whenever possible training sessions shall be performed as a PowerPoint


presentation. Hand-outs of the PowerPoint presentation shall be provided to the
personnel at the training session. In addition, tables and flow charts shall be
provided listing normal operational parameters.

D. The CONTRACTOR shall video all training sessions and submit an electronic copy
on DVD of each session for the Record to the PCM.

1. Secure the services of someone who is skilled and experienced in


construction audio-color video recordings and whose work samples are
acceptable to the PCM.

2. Do not replace the videographer without the PCM’S written approval.

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3. The recording equipment must be able to produce quality color pictures
for the purpose of providing permanent documentation of the training
sessions and equipment startups.

4. The video portion of the recording shall reproduce a bright, sharp, clear
picture with accurate color, free from distortion, drop out, tearing or other
forms of picture imperfection.

5. The audio portion of the recording shall be clear, at a proper volume, and
free from distortion.

6. Submit sample of work on a prior project, demonstrated for the PCM, to


assure quality requirements.

7. Furnish all power for auxiliary lighting and voice amplification required to
obtain good quality recordings.

8. Begin each recording with the date, location, project name, and what is
being recorded.

9. Deliver recordings on DVDs to the PCM along with next request for
payment.

10. Except as otherwise directed and separately paid for, submit two (2)
copies of each audio-video recording.

E. Lesson Plans shall contain a statement of the instructional objectives of the


training, a training outline and agenda, audio/visual requirements, a listing of
proposed training materials to be used and desired schedule dates and times. All
topics of the approved Lesson Plan shall be discussed, in the classroom or the
field, in complete and sufficient detail to allow personnel to knowledgeably
operate and maintain to the equipment in accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommended procedures and safety considerations during all anticipated
operational and maintenance situations.

F. The objectives of each training session shall be tailored to the personnel in


attendance. At a minimum these objectives shall include the following:

1. Operational Personnel Training:

a. Purpose.

b. Overview and Description.

c. Major equipment and component specifications.

d. Normal Startup, normal operation, normal shutdown and


emergency shutdown.

e. Parameters that control normal operation.


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f. Alarm parameters.

g. Troubleshooting.

h. Safety.

2. Maintenance Personnel Training:

a. Purpose.

b. Overview and Description.

c. Major equipment and component specifications.

d. Normal Startup, normal operation, normal shutdown and


emergency shutdown.

e. Parameters that control normal operation.

f. Alarm parameters.

g. Regular Maintenance.

h. Troubleshooting.

i. Spare parts.

j. Safety.

3. Electrical/Instrumentation Training:

a. Purpose.

b. Overview and Description.

c. Major equipment and component specifications.

d. Normal Startup, normal operation, normal shutdown and


emergency shutdown.

e. Parameters that control normal operation.

f. Alarm parameters.

g. Calibration.

h. Troubleshooting.

i. Safety.

G. Combined Training:

1. Combined training sessions will only be permitted with prior written


approval from the OWNER. Combined training sessions will be organized

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to present subjects that are common to all at the beginning of the session
and the subjects that are for only one group at the end to allow the
others to return to work.

H. Each subject of the agenda must be assigned a time period. The sum of the
individual time periods must equal the overall time of the training session.

I. Safety concerns and features intended to enhance safety should be specifically


addressed. Lock-out/Tag-out procedures that are unique to the specific
equipment shall also be addressed.

J. The minimum number of training sessions for each personnel group (operations,
maintenance and electrical/instrumentation) is noted in Figure 01300-1, in
parentheses, in the “MFR’s OPERATOR TRAINING SERVICES” column. The sessions
must be scheduled to accommodate “shift work”. Scheduling training sessions
on Mondays and Fridays must be avoided if possible.

K. Tasks required to maintain the warranty should be specifically addressed.

L. Frequent reference shall be made to the Operation and Maintenance


Instructions. Address all questions and comments proposed by the training session
participants as they are raised to the maximum extent practicable. If questions or
comments cannot be addressed during the training session, additional materials
and/or training may be required, as determined by the OWNER.

M. Submit training materials for approval 30 days prior to the first day of the month in
which the training is to be held.

N. Training Materials include:

1. Lesson Plan.

2. Timed Agenda.

3. Instructor Bio:

a. Instructor’s Name.

b. Instructor’s Address.

c. Instructor’s Phone number (office and cell).

d. Instructor’s Title.

O. Course Approval Procedures of Ohio EPA Contact Hours:

1. A training provider shall request approval on Form A. The “Training


Provider’s Contact Hour Course Approval Application” from Ohio
Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA).

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2. A resume indicating relative experience for all trainers must be submitted
to the Ohio EPA with the Form A application.

3. Applications should be submitted at least sixty days prior to the date to


training.

4. A detailed, timed outline or agenda showing the duration of training


lesion segment shall be submitted to OEPA.

5. Training providers shall maintain records of the date(s) to training, the


names of all individuals attending the training session, the category and
the certifications numbers of each personnel attending the training
session, the length of the session, the course approval number or
equivalent approved material, the instructor(s) name(s), the course title,
and the organization sponsoring the training. These records shall be
submitted to OWNER and a copy shall be maintained by the training
provider for three years following the date of training.

6. One copy of the Application, resume, class sign-in sheet, timed agenda,
and Ohio EPA approval letter must be provided to the Division of Water
Treatment, Safety, and Training Specialist.

1.12 PAYROLL RECORDS AND SCHEDULES

A. Each CONTRACTOR and all Subcontractors must submit a certified copy of their
complete payroll to the OWNER for each employee for which wages are paid as
a hard copy. The certified payroll reports shall include the employee’s name,
current address, social security number, number of hours worked each day and
weekly total during the pay period, his or her hourly rate of pay, job classification,
fringe benefits, and deductions from his or her wages.

B. The aforementioned information, in addition to a schedule of dates during the life


of the Contract on which wages are paid, are required from CONTRACTOR and
Subcontractors within ten (10) days of first project-related payroll and
supplemental reports for each week thereafter until Contract completion.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION

Not used.

END OF SECTION

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SUBMITTAL
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SCHEDULE:
SHOP
SHOP DRAWINGS,
DRAWINGS, FIELD
FIELD SERVICES,
SERVICES, SPARE
SPARE PARTS,
PARTS, AND
AND O&M
O&M MANUALS
MANUALS

SHOP **
SHOP** MFR’S MFR’S
MFR’S ***
SHOP
SHOP ** MFR’S *** SPARE
SPARE O&M
O&M
SECTION
SECTION EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DRAWING
DRAWING START-UP OPERATOR
DRAWINGS
DRAWINGS START-UP OPERATOR PARTS
PARTS MANUAL
MANUAL
NO.
NO. OR
OR MATERIAL
MATERIAL SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL SERVICES TRAINING
REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES TRAINING REQUIRED
REQUIRED REQUIRED
REQUIRED
DATE
DATE REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES
SERVICES

DIVISION
DIVISION 11
01310
01310 Project
Project Schedules
Schedules X
X

01320
01320 Emergency
Emergency Contact
Contact List
List X
X

01530
01530 Temporary
Temporary Construction
Construction X
X

01810
01810 Audio-Video
Audio-Video Recording
Recording X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 2
2
02200
02200 Excavation
Excavation and
and Backfill
Backfill X
X

02350
02350 Augered
Augered Cast-In-Place
Cast-In-Place Piles
Piles X
X

02550
02550 Sanitary
Sanitary and
and Storm
Storm Sewers
Sewers X
X

02552
02552 Precast
Precast Concrete
Concrete Manholes
Manholes X
X

02600
02600 Seeding,
Seeding, Sodding
Sodding and
and Mulching
Mulching X
X

02830
02830 Fences
Fences and
and Gates
Gates X
X

02900
02900 Site
Site Plantings
Plantings X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 3
3
03150
03150 Waterstop
Waterstop X
X

03200
03200 Concrete
Concrete Reinforcement
Reinforcement X
X

03300
03300 Cast-In-Place
Cast-In-Place Concrete
Concrete X
X

03310
03310 Grout
Grout X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 4
4
04270
04270 Glass
Glass Unit
Unit Masonry
Masonry X
X

04500
04500 Masonry
Masonry Restoration
Restoration and
and Cleaning
Cleaning X
X

04720
04720 Cast
Cast Stone
Stone Masonry
Masonry X
X

04810
04810 Unit
Unit Masonry
Masonry X
X

04816
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Concrete Unit
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SHOP **
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SECTION
SECTION EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DRAWING
DRAWING START-UP OPERATOR
DRAWINGS
DRAWINGS START-UP OPERATOR PARTS
PARTS MANUAL
MANUAL
NO.
NO. OR
OR MATERIAL
MATERIAL SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL SERVICES TRAINING
REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES TRAINING REQUIRED
REQUIRED REQUIRED
REQUIRED
DATE
DATE REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES
SERVICES

DIVISION
DIVISION 5
5
05120
05120 Structural
Structural Steel
Steel Framing
Framing X
X
05200
05200 Steel
Steel Joist
Joist Framing
Framing X
X
05300
05300 Metal
Metal Deck
Deck X
X
05500
05500 Metal
Metal Fabrications
Fabrications X
X
05510
05510 Metal
Metal Stairs
Stairs X
X
05520
05520 Metal
Metal Pipe
Pipe Railing
Railing X
X
05530
05530 Metal
Metal Bar
Bar Grating
Grating X
X
05550
05550 Stair
Stair Nosings
Nosings X
X

DIVISION
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6
06100
06100 Rough
Rough Carpentry
Carpentry X
X
06405
06405 Concealed
Concealed Clip
Clip Hangers
Hangers X
X
06741
06741 Solid
Solid Surface
Surface Countertops
Countertops X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 7
7
07111
07111 Bituminous
Bituminous Dampproofing
Dampproofing X
X
07210
07210 Thermal
Thermal Insulation
Insulation X
X
07240
07240 Roof
Roof Insulation
Insulation X
X
07272
07272 Fluid
Fluid Applied
Applied Membrane
Membrane Air
Air Barriers
Barriers X
X
07411
07411 Standing
Standing Seam
Seam Metal
Metal Roof
Roof Panels
Panels X
X
07532
07532 Adhered
Adhered Rubber
Rubber Membrane
Membrane Roofing
Roofing X
X
07600
07600 Flashing
Flashing and
and Sheet
Sheet Metal
Metal Work
Work X
X
07630
07630 Gutters
Gutters and
and Downspouts
Downspouts X
X
07800
07800 Roof
Roof Accessories
Accessories X
X
07841
07841 Firestopping
Firestopping X
X
07900
07900 Caulking
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X

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PARTS, AND
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SHOP **
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SHOP
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SECTION
SECTION EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DRAWING
DRAWING START-UP OPERATOR
DRAWINGS
DRAWINGS START-UP OPERATOR PARTS
PARTS MANUAL
MANUAL
NO.
NO. OR
OR MATERIAL
MATERIAL SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL SERVICES TRAINING
REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES TRAINING REQUIRED
REQUIRED REQUIRED
REQUIRED
DATE
DATE REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES
SERVICES

DIVISION
DIVISION 8
8
08111
08111 Hollow
Hollow Metal
Metal Doors
Doors and
and Frames
Frames X
X
08311
08311 Access
Access Doors
Doors and
and Frames
Frames X
X
08331
08331 Coiling
Coiling Doors
Doors X
X
08351
08351 Folding
Folding Partitions
Partitions X
X
08361
08361 Sectional
Sectional Doors
Doors X
X
08421
08421 Aluminum-Framed
Aluminum-Framed Entrances
Entrances X
X
08511
08511 Aluminum
Aluminum Windows
Windows X
X
08710
08710 Door
Door Hardware
Hardware X
X
08800
08800 Glazing
Glazing X
X
08881
08881 Fire-Resistant
Fire-Resistant Glazing
Glazing X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 9
9
09100
09100 Lath
Lath and
and Plaster
Plaster X
X
09250
09250 Gypsum
Gypsum Drywall
Drywall Construction
Construction X
X
09300
09300 Ceramic
Ceramic Tiling
Tiling X
X
09320
09320 Vitrolite
Vitrolite X
X
09510
09510 Acoustical Tile Ceilings
Acoustical Tile Ceilings X
X
09650
09650 Resilient
Resilient Flooring
Flooring and
and Accessories
Accessories X
X
09651
09651 Resilient
Resilient Base
Base and
and Accessories
Accessories X
X
09672
09672 Resinous
Resinous Flooring
Flooring X
X
09680
09680 Tile
Tile Carpeting
Carpeting X
X
09751
09751 Solid
Solid Surface
Surface Wall
Wall Cladding
Cladding X
X
09910
09910 Painting
Painting X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 10
10
10110
lOHO Visual
Visual Display
Display Units
Units X
X X
X
10142
10142 Panel
Panel Signage
Signage X
X X
X
10211
10211 Plastic Toilet Compartments
Plastic Toilet Compartments X
X X
X

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SHOP DRAWINGS,
DRAWINGS, FIELD
FIELD SERVICES,
SERVICES, SPARE
SPARE PARTS,
PARTS, AND
AND O&M
O&M MANUALS
MANUALS

SHOP **
SHOP** MFR’S MFR’S
MFR’S ***
SHOP
SHOP ** MFR’S *** SPARE
SPARE O&M
O&M
SECTION
SECTION EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DRAWING
DRAWING START-UP OPERATOR
DRAWINGS
DRAWINGS START-UP OPERATOR PARTS
PARTS MANUAL
MANUAL
NO.
NO. OR
OR MATERIAL
MATERIAL SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL SERVICES TRAINING
REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES TRAINING REQUIRED
REQUIRED REQUIRED
REQUIRED
DATE
DATE REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES
SERVICES

10223
10223 Folding
Folding Panel
Panel Partitions
Partitions X
X X
X
10280
10280 Toilet Accessories
Toilet Accessories X
X X
X
10441
10441 Fire
Fire Protection
Protection Cabinets
Cabinets X
X X
X
10446
10446 Fire
Fire Extinguishers
Extinguishers X
X X
X
10511
10511 Heavy
Heavy Duty
Duty Steel
Steel Lockers
Lockers X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 11
11
11521
11521 Projection
Projection Screens
Screens X
X X
X
11900
11900 Paint
Paint Booth
Booth X
X X
X X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 12
12
12321
12321 Plastic
Plastic Laminate-Faced
Laminate-Faced Architectural
Architectural Cabinets
Cabinets X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 14
14
14300
14300 Hoist
Hoist and
and Cranes
Cranes X
X X
X X
X X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 15
15
15060
15060 Supports
Supports and
and Anchors
Anchors X
X

15071
15071 Mechanical
Mechanical Vibration
Vibration Controls
Controls X
X

15190
15190 Mechanical
Mechanical Identification
Identification X
X

15194
15194 Fuel
Fuel Gas
Gas Piping
Piping X
X

15260
15260 Piping
Piping Insulation
Insulation X
X

15410
15410 Plumbing
Plumbing Piping
Piping X
X

15430
15430 Plumbing
Plumbing Specialties
Specialties X
X X
X

15440
15440 Plumbing
Plumbing Fixtures
Fixtures X
X X
X

15561
15561 Direct-Fired
Direct-Fired MAU
MAU X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X

15562
15562 Indirect-Fired
Indirect-Fired MAU
MAU X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X

15563
15563 Roof
Roof Top
Top Air
Air Conditioner
Conditioner X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X

15735
15735 VRV
VRV Systems
Systems X
X X
X X
X X
X

15860
15860 Centrifugal
Centrifugal Fans
Fans X
X X
X

15865
15865 Axial
Axial Fans
Fans X
X X
X

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SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE:
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SHOP DRAWINGS,
DRAWINGS, FIELD
FIELD SERVICES,
SERVICES, SPARE
SPARE PARTS,
PARTS, AND
AND O&M
O&M MANUALS
MANUALS

SHOP **
SHOP** MFR’S MFR’S
MFR’S ***
SHOP
SHOP ** MFR’S *** SPARE
SPARE O&M
O&M
SECTION
SECTION EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT DRAWING
DRAWING START-UP OPERATOR
DRAWINGS
DRAWINGS START-UP OPERATOR PARTS
PARTS MANUAL
MANUAL
NO.
NO. OR
OR MATERIAL
MATERIAL SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL SERVICES TRAINING
REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES TRAINING REQUIRED
REQUIRED REQUIRED
REQUIRED
DATE
DATE REQUIRED
REQUIRED SERVICES
SERVICES

15890
15890 Ductwork
Ductwork X
X

15910
15910 Ductwork
Ductwork Accessories
Accessories X
X

15940
15940 Air
Air Outlet
Outlet and
and Inlets
Inlets X
X

15941
15941 Louvers
Louvers X
X

15989
15989 Electrical-HVAC
Electrical-HVAC Coordination
Coordination X
X

15990
15990 Testing,
Testing, Adjusting
Adjusting and
and Balancing
Balancing X
X

DIVISION
DIVISION 16
16
16020
16020 Grounding
Grounding and
and Bonding
Bonding X
X

16050
16050 Electrical Testing
Electrical Testing X
X

16060
16060 Hangers
Hangers and
and Supports
Supports X
X

16120
16120 Conductors
Conductors and
and Cables
Cables X
X

16121
16121 Control
Control and
and Signal
Signal Conductors
Conductors X
X

16122
16122 Wiring
Wiring Devices
Devices X
X X
X

16130
16130 Conduit
Conduit Surface
Surface Metal
Metal Raceway
Raceway X
X X
X

16132
16132 Accessories
Accessories X
X X
X

16195
16195 Electrical
Electrical Identification
Identification X
X

16251
16251 Surge
Surge Protection
Protection Devices
Devices X
X X
X

16320
16320 Medium
Medium Voltage
Voltage Fuses
Fuses X
X X
X

16351
16351 Pad
Pad Mounted
Mounted Transformers
Transformers X
X X
X

16410
16410 Panelboards
Panelboards X
X X
X

16421
16421 Motor
Motor Control
Control Center
Center X
X X
X

16430
16430 Disconnect
Disconnect Switches
Switches X
X X
X

16431
16431 Circuit
Circuit Breakers
Breakers X
X X
X

16450
16450 Distribution
Distribution Transformers
Transformers X
X X
X

16510
16510 Lighting
Lighting X
X X
X X
X

16720
16720 Fire
Fire Alarm
Alarm and
and Detection
Detection System
System X
X X
X X
X X
X X
X

16770
16770 Telephone
Telephone X
X X
X X
X X
X

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SHOP ** MFR’S MFR’S ***
SHOP * SPARE O&M
SECTION EQUIPMENT DRAWING START-UP OPERATOR
DRAWINGS PARTS MANUAL
NO. OR MATERIAL SUBMITTAL SERVICES TRAINING
REQUIRED REQUIRED REQUIRED
DATE REQUIRED SERVICES

16787 Surveillance Security Systems X X X X


16850 Security Systems X X X X

* For Items marked "LIST", a typed list of equipment, manufacturer and catalog number is acceptable. For items marked "NAME", Shop Drawings are not required if
manufacturer is named in the Specifications. If other than named, see requirements for Substitutes and "Or-Equal" Items in Paragraph 6.7 of the General Conditions. For
all items, manufacturer’s installation instructions as required under Section 01300 shall accompany the equipment or material when delivered to the Site, or when
delivered and suitably stored at another approved location.

** CONTRACTOR may use a copy of this form for the Shop Drawing schedule required by Paragraph 2.8 of the General Conditions and enter dates in this column for
submittal of Shop Drawings to ENGINEER.

*** Column shall contain an “X” to indicate that the training services are required In addition the minimum number of manufacturer’s operator training sessions required
will be indicated by a number enclosed in parentheses.

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SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL No. ________
No.________
SECTION __________
SECTION_________
Do
Do not
not combine
combine multiple
multiple sections
sections
unless
unless required
required by
by specifications.
specifications.

(Contractor's
(Contractor's Letterhead)
Letterhead)

SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL IDENTIFICATION
IDENTIFICATION &
&
CONTRACTOR'S
CONTRACTOR'S APPROVAL
APPROVAL STATEMENT
STATEMENT

DATE:
DATE: ____________ COPIES
COPIES ____________ DRAWING
DRAWING SHEET
SHEET NO.
NO.

Description
Description submittal
submittal contents:
contents:_____
Location:
Location:__________________________
Manufacturer:
Manufacturer:_____________________
Subcontractor
Subcontractor or
or Supplier
Supplier (Optional):
(Optional):

REMARKS:
REMARKS:

CONTRACTOR'S
CONTRACTOR'S APPROVAL
APPROVAL

(( Construction
Construction Company
Company )) has
has reviewed
reviewed and
and coordinated
coordinated the the submitted
submitted
documentation
documentation and and verifies
verifies that
that the
the equipment
equipment and and material
material meet
meet the
the requirements
requirements of
of
the
the Work
Work and
and the
the Contract
Contract Documents.
Documents. We We accept
accept sole
sole responsibility
responsibility for
for determining
determining
and
and verifying
verifying all
all quantities,
quantities, dimensions,
dimensions, field
field construction
construction criteria,
criteria, materials,
materials, catalog
catalog
numbers,
numbers, and
and similar
similar data
data contained
contained in in the
the submittal
submittal as
as required
required byby the
the Contract
Contract
Documents.
Documents.

Deviations:
Deviations: □
□ None
None □
□ Yes
Yes (See
(See attached
attached Figure
Figure 01300-3
01300-3 for written description)
for written description)

Approved
Approved By:
By: Date:
Date:

This approval
This approval does
does not
not release
release subcontractor
subcontractor // vendor
vendor from
from the
the contractual
contractual
responsibilities.
responsibilities. Contract
Contract is
is only
only with
with CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR (in (in most
most cases).
cases).

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Figure 01300-3

SUBMITTAL
SUBMITTAL No. ________
No._______
SECTION __________
SECTION_________
Do
Do not
not combine
combine multiple
multiple sections
sections
unless
unless required
required by
by specifications.
specifications.

(Contractor's Letterhead)

SUBMITTAL IDENTIFICATION &


CONTRACTOR'S APPROVAL STATEMENT

DATE: ____________ COPIES ____________ DRAWING


DRAWING SHEET
SHEET NO._____
NO..

Description
Description submittal
submittal contents:
contents:
Location:
Location:
Manufacturer:
Manufacturer:____________________
Subcontractor
Subcontractor or
or Supplier
Supplier (Optional):
(Optional):

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SECTION 01310

CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if any), and other Division 1 Specification Sections,
apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Project Schedule.

1.03 PROJECT SCHEDULE

A. General Overview:

A Progress Schedule shall be used to coordinate the Work and to provide a


definitive basis for determining project progress. The Progress Schedule shall be
prepared, maintained and updated by the CONTRACTOR and historical dates
agreed monthly with the PCM. The CONTRACTOR shall submit a preliminary
Progress Schedule and a Progress Schedule for acceptance by the PCM. These
schedules shall be the CONTRACTOR’S working schedules and shall be used to
plan, organize and execute the Work, record and report actual performance
and progress, and show how the CONTRACTOR plans to complete all remaining
Work as of the end of each progress report period.

The Progress Schedule shall comprise all the detailed construction-related


activities using the critical path method (CPM). The Progress Schedule shall
provide sufficient detail and clarity to reflect the intricacies and
interdependencies of activities so the CONTRACTOR can plan, schedule, monitor,
control and report on the progress of the Work. In addition, it shall provide the
PCM and OWNER a tool to monitor and follow the progress for all phases of the
Work.

B. Pre-Construction Scheduling Conference:

A Summary Bar Chart of the CONTRACTOR’S planned schedule for the project
shall be submitted by the CONTRACTOR at the overall Pre-Construction
Conference for review and discussion. The PCM will then conduct a pre-
construction scheduling conference with the CONTRACTOR to review
requirements for the schedules including the Schedule of Values cost-loading
and the schedule configuration. The conference shall be conducted shortly after
the overall Pre-Construction Conference to allow the CONTRACTOR to submit the

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preliminary Progress Schedule within ten (10) working days after the Pre-
Construction conference.

At this meeting, the CONTRACTOR shall explain in detail the procedure to be


used to develop the schedule activity cost-loading or Schedule of Values and
cash flow. This procedure is subject to the review and acceptance of the PCM.

C. Preliminary Progress Schedule:

Following the pre-construction scheduling conference but within ten (10) working
days of the Pre-Construction Conference, the CONTRACTOR shall submit a
preliminary Progress Schedule for review to the PCM. The preliminary Progress
Schedule shall show detailed construction-related activities for the first sixty (60)
days of the project. The remainder of the Contract activities shall be shown as
summary bars within the Milestones of the Work. If the PCM has comments relative
to the work breakdown structure (WBS), task interdependencies and milestones
on the preliminary Progress Schedule, CONTRACTOR shall provide additional
detail and resubmit it within ten (10) working days. No progress payments will be
made during the period specified above for the preliminary Progress Schedule
until the preliminary Progress Schedule has been accepted by the PCM.

The Preliminary Progress Schedule shall:

1. Illustrate a feasible schedule for completion of the Work within the time
and Milestones specified.

2. Provide an elementary example of the schedule in the format to be used


for the Progress Schedule.

3. Include the activity code structure as described in Paragraph S. of this


specification.

CONTRACTOR shall submit two electronic copies of the preliminary Progress


Schedule. Submittal shall be read-write and enable the use of the schedule as an
executable file as described herein. A detailed narrative shall accompany the
submittal, describing CONTRACTOR’S scheduling approach to the project. The
narrative shall include a description of the Contract Milestones, approach for
construction activities during the period of the preliminary Progress Schedule,
description of the general approach of the activities for the work beyond the
preliminary Progress Schedule period, a description of the project’s critical path,
identification of critical long-lead submittals, and planned outages. The narrative
shall also incorporate activity codes, calendars, weather days, Milestone
constraints, and work breakdown structure in accordance with the requirements
specified herein.

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D. Progress Schedule:

The Progress Schedule comprises all the construction-related activities for the
Work and shall show the order in which the CONTRACTOR proposes to carry out
the work. CONTRACTOR shall include Milestones, coordination necessitated by
limited access and available work areas, and the availability and use of
manpower, material and equipment. CONTRACTOR shall use the Progress
Schedule to plan, schedule and coordinate the Work including activities of
subcontractors, equipment vendors, and suppliers.

The Progress Schedule shall be to the level of detail acceptable to the PCM, and
shall include the following:

1. Organization and structural breakdown of the Project;

2. Milestones and completion dates;

3. Type of work to be performed and the labor trades involved;

4. Purchase, manufacture and delivery activities for major materials and


equipment;

5. Preparation, submittal, and acceptance of shop drawings and material


samples;

6. Deliveries of owner-furnished equipment and/or materials;

7. Acceptances required by regulatory agencies and/or other third parties;

8. Assignment of responsibility for each activity;

9. Access requirements to work areas;

10. Identification of interfaces and dependencies with preceding, concurrent


and follow on CONTRACTORS;

11. Tests, submittal of test reports and acceptance of test results;

12. Planning for phased or total acceptance by OWNER; including start-up


and commissioning;

13. Identification of any manpower, material and equipment restrictions.

14. Sequence of construction to maintain flows within the collection system;

15. Planned outages;

16. Owner training;

17. O&M information submittals.

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The activities included in the Progress Schedule shall be defined in work days.
Summary activities or tasks used as part of the Work Breakdown Structure shall
include no more than 30 subordinate level activities or tasks. Durations shall be
based on the labor (crafts), equipment, and materials required to perform each
activity on a normal workday basis. Activity durations shall be 20 working days or
less except in the case of non-construction activities such as procurement of
materials, delivery of equipment, and concrete curing. All durations shall be the
result of definitive manpower and resource planning by CONTRACTOR to perform
the Work, in consideration of contractually defined on site work conditions and
CONTRACTOR’S planned means and methods.

When the Progress Schedule is accepted by the PCM, the PCM will save a copy
of the Progress Schedule as the baseline schedule, and will use it for analysis of
CONTRACTOR’S progress.

The CONTRACTOR shall update the Progress Schedule monthly. Update shall be
produced in color and of a plot size determined by the PCM.

E. Electronic Progress Schedule Format and Reporting:

The Progress Schedule shall be created using Primavera P6 scheduling software.


CONTRACTOR shall use the PCM’S file-naming format throughout the project.

1. Electronic schedule files shall be saved with .XML or .XER file extensions.

2. Primavera Project Manager settings for “Baseline Type” shall be used in


the following manner:

a. Select <None> as the baseline type for the Preliminary Schedule


Submittal.

b. Once the Preliminary and Project Schedule are accepted, the


baseline type shall be named <Initial Plan>.

c. Each subsequent Project Schedule update shall set the baseline


type to <Last Performance Update>.

3. The data date for schedule calculation in the preliminary Progress


Schedule and Progress Schedule shall be set as the date of the Notice-to-
Proceed unless otherwise specified by the PCM.

F. Coordinating Progress Schedule with Other Contract Schedules:

Where work is to be performed under this Contract concurrently with or


contingent upon work performed on the same facilities or area under other
contracts, the Progress Schedule shall be coordinated with the schedules of the
other contracts. OWNER will provide the schedules of other contracts for
preparation and updating of the Progress Schedule. CONTRACTOR shall revise
the Progress Schedule as required by changes in schedules of other contracts.
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In case of interference between the operations of different contractors, the
OWNER will determine the work priority of each contractor and the sequence of
work necessary to expedite the completion of the entire project. In all such cases,
the decision of OWNER shall be accepted as final.

G. Submittals:

The Progress Schedule and associated reports shall be submitted to the PCM for
acceptance. If the Progress Schedule is not submitted, no progress payments will
be made after the due date until the Progress Schedule has been submitted.

Printouts and electronic layouts required as part of the Progress Schedule


submittal and monthly updates are as follows:

1. Summary Schedule: one page milestone and summary schedule, sorted


by total float, early-start, early-finish;

2. Detailed Project Schedule: organized by Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)


or area of work; sorted by total float, early-start, early-finish;

3. Critical Path Schedule: sorted based on the total float, early-start, early-
finish;

4. 60-Day Look Ahead Schedule: sorted by total float, early-start, early-finish;

5. Activities in Progress: organized by WBS or area of work; sorted by total


float, early-start, early-finish;

6. Cash Flow Trending Report: presented in an S-Curve format based on


original planned early start and late start forecasted expenditures. In
addition, the historical actual data point(s) are to be graphed within the
S-Curve graphic report;

7. Monthly payment projections;

8. Out-of-sequence Report: tabular report showing work performed out-of-


sequence.

9. Shop Drawing Submittal Schedule: Updated and shall match the progress
schedule dates. Format shall match the table in Section 01300 and
submitted as a spreadsheet file.

CONTRACTOR shall submit additional layouts if directed by the PCM.

The submittal shall include the following:

1. Narrative report summarizing the contract milestones, critical path, project


approach including phasing or use of crews, significant submittal and
fabrication items, coordination or interface requirements, OWNER-
provided items, and list of subcontractors and vendors.
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2. Graphic reports including critical path report (longest path), summary
schedule report, total float report by early-start early-finish, look-ahead
report grouped by work breakdown structure or project phasing, and
cash flow projection. Cash flow projections include estimated cumulative
cost curves based on early and late start dates and projection of monthly
payments over the life of the project.

The schedule, critical path, and look-ahead schedules shall be submitted on 22” x
34” and 11” x 17” size paper.

The Progress Schedule file shall be submitted in an executable format, using


Primavera Project Manager (P6) format on a read-write compact disk or DVD.

The narrative and graphic reports shall be provided on 8.5”x11” paper and D-size
plots, respectively.

CONTRACTOR shall submit four copies in full color of each deliverable.

H. Monthly Schedule Updates:

Monthly Progress Schedule updates shall be submitted for the duration of the
Contract on a date agreed to by the OWNER, the PCM, and CONTRACTOR. If
monthly Progress Schedule updates are not submitted by the due date, progress
payments will be withheld until the required information is submitted.

The updated schedule shall be reviewed each month in a meeting with the PCM
to verify:

1. Actual start dates,

2. Actual completion dates,

3. Activity percent completion,

4. Revised logic (as-built and projected) and changes in activity durations,


cost assigned,

5. Cost influence of change orders, if any,

6. Deviations from the baseline schedule.

Prior to each meeting, CONTRACTOR shall prepare a complete and accurate


report of current procurement and construction progress through the end of the
update period, and a depiction of how CONTRACTOR plans to continue the
Work to meet all contract completion dates. All network changes and status
data agreed to during each update meeting shall be considered as accepted
by both parties unless written notice of any exceptions is given within five (5)
calendar days after the meeting.

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For major network changes that cannot be agreed to during an updating
meeting, CONTRACTOR shall submit the proposed changes for PCM’S
acceptance prior to inserting such changes into the network. Submittals may be
in the form of marked up networks, fragnets, or schedule abstracts, provided they
are submitted with a letter of transmittal. A fragnet is defined as a sequence of
new activities and/or activity revisions that are proposed to be added to the
existing schedule to demonstrate how project events have an impact on the
schedule.

I. Data Date:

The data date is the re-settable date in P6 that serves as the end of a reporting
period. The reporting period will be recorded on a monthly basis, e.g., January 1st
through January 31st with the 31st as the data date. If required for coordination
purposes by the OWNER, the PCM will provide specific data dates to be used by
the CONTRACTOR.

J. Review Process:

The PCM will review CONTRACTOR’S preliminary Progress Schedule and full
Progress Schedule submittals within ten working days after receipt of all required
information.

At the request of OWNER or the PCM, CONTRACTOR shall participate in any


meetings necessary to reach a mutual agreement and acceptance of the
preliminary Progress Schedule, Progress Schedules, or Cash Flow Projections.

If any of the required submittals are returned to CONTRACTOR for corrections or


revisions, they shall be resubmitted within ten calendar days after the return
mailing date. Resubmittals shall include all information and media included in the
first submittal. Review and response by the PCM will be given within ten calendar
days after receipt of each resubmittal.

Schedules shall show contract completion of the Work on the Contract


completion date and with zero or positive total float even if the CONTRACTOR
plans to finish early. In no event shall acceptance of the schedule be a basis for a
claim for delay against OWNER or the PCM by CONTRACTOR for an early finish. A
Progress Schedule containing activities with negative float or that extend beyond
the Contract completion date will not be acceptable.

Acceptance of the Progress Schedule by the PCM does not relieve


CONTRACTOR of responsibility for accomplishing the Work by the Contract
completion date. Omissions and errors in the accepted Progress Schedule shall
not relieve the CONTRACTOR of obligations under the Contract. Acceptance by
the PCM in no way makes the PCM or OWNER an ensurer of the Schedule's
success or liable for time or cost overruns. The PCM and OWNER hereby disclaim
any obligation or liability by reason of acceptance of the Progress Schedule by
the PCM.
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K. Responsibility for Schedule Compliance:

Whenever it becomes apparent from the current Progress Schedule that the
critical path is delayed and the contract milestones and completion date will not
be met, CONTRACTOR shall mitigate the delay by taking some or all of the
following actions at no additional cost to OWNER.

1. Increase construction manpower in such quantities and crafts as will bring


the project back on schedule within the completion dates and
milestones.

2. Increase the number of working hours per shift, shifts per day, working
days per week, and the amount of construction equipment, or any
combination of the foregoing, to substantially eliminate the backlog of
work.

3. Re-schedule activities to achieve maximum practical concurrence of


activities and to comply with the schedule date(s).

Within ten (10) calendar days, the CONTRACTOR shall submit a recovery schedule
and written statement of the steps intended to remove or arrest the delay to the
critical path in the schedule. The PCM will review the schedule to verify that the
negative impacts on the schedule have been mitigated. If the CONTRACTOR
fails to submit the required information or should fail to take measures acceptable
to the PCM, the PCM with OWNER concurrence may direct CONTRACTOR to
increase man-power, equipment and scheduled work hours to remove or arrest
the delay to the critical path and the CONTRACTOR shall promptly provide such
level of effort at no additional cost to OWNER.

In the event CONTRACTOR fails to follow the updated or revised recovery


schedule, OWNER may elect to withhold progress payments until CONTRACTOR
complies with the revised schedule.

Should CONTRACTOR’S efforts not remove or arrest the delay to the critical path
of the accepted schedule, then OWNER shall be entitled to supplement
CONTRACTOR’S work-force and equipment to remove and arrest any delay, and
shall be entitled to deduct all costs and expenses associated therewith from
payments due to the CONTRACTOR. If insufficient Contract funds remain, OWNER
may recover such funds from Contractor and its Surety.

L. Change Orders, Delays, and Extensions of Time:

When change orders or delays are experienced by CONTRACTOR and


CONTRACTOR requests an extension of time, CONTRACTOR shall submit a written
time impact analysis to the PCM illustrating the influence of each change or
delay to the current Contract Schedule completion date. Each time impact
analysis shall include a fragnet incorporating the change order or delay into the
Progress Schedule to demonstrate how CONTRACTOR was delayed.

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Each time impact analysis shall demonstrate the estimated time impact based on
the events of the change or the delay; the date the change was given to
CONTRACTOR or the delay incurred, the status of construction at that point in
time, and the event time computation of all activities affected by the change or
delay. The event times used in the analysis shall be those included in the latest
update of the Progress Schedule or as adjusted for the events of delay.

Three copies of the time impact analysis and an electronic copy on compact
disk shall be submitted within ten working days of delay occurrence or direction
to proceed when change is given to CONTRACTOR. No time extensions will be
considered if the time impact analysis is not submitted within the specified time.

The PCM will review CONTRACTOR’S time impact analysis. CONTRACTOR shall
furnish such justification and supporting evidence as the PCM deems necessary
to determine whether CONTRACTOR is entitled to an extension of time. The
PCM’S review of each time impact analysis will be made within ten working days
of receipt of the time impact analysis and additional information as required by
the PCM, unless subsequent meetings and negotiations are necessary.

The Contract completion time will be adjusted only for causes specified in Article
12 of the General Conditions and as listed in Paragraph M. Time extensions will be
granted only to the extent that equitable time adjustments for the activity or
activities affected exceed the total or remaining float along the critical path at
the time of actual delay. Delays in activities which are not on the critical path
and do not affect Contract completion dates, will not be considered for an
extension of time.

M. Causes for Extensions of Time:

Additional positive total float in the Progress Schedule generated by efficiencies


of OWNER or CONTRACTOR is a shared commodity to be reasonably used by
either party, and belongs exclusively to the Project. The CONTRACTOR is not
entitled to any additional compensation for completion of the project prior to
expiration of the Contract Times.

1. OWNER-Initiated Changes:

OWNER-initiated changes to the Contract work that absorb float time will
not be considered for an extension of time. OWNER-initiated changes that
affect the critical path of the Progress Schedule shall be grounds for
extending or shortening completion dates. Use of float time for
CONTRACTOR initiated changes will require OWNER’S concurrence.
CONTRACTOR’S changes, however, shall give way to OWNER-initiated
changes competing for the same float time.

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2. Outside CONTRACTOR’S Control:

Events outside of the Contractor’s control that affect the critical path of
the Progress Schedule will be considered for an extension or reduction of
the Contract Times.

3. Weather Delay (not applicable for tasks involving interior work)s:

The PCM will obtain weather data during construction from a reputable
source, and will maintain weather records.

The PCM will determine CONTRACTOR’S entitlement to an extension of the


Contract time as a result of weather delays. Any weather-related
extension of Contract time shall be non-compensable. Efficiencies gained
as a result of favorable weather within a calendar month, where the
number of days of normally anticipated weather days is less than
expected, shall contribute to the project float and shall not affect the
Contract Times.

Application for a weather related extension of time shall be submitted to


the PCM, and shall state the extension requested and be supported by
the relevant weather data.

Table 1
Average Monthly Precipitation
(inches)
10 year average 2000 - 2010
NOAA National Data Center, Annual Climatological Summaries
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

2.15 2.33 2.48 2.96 4.08 3.37 4.14 3.26 3.22 2.77 2.5 3.14

Table 2
Average Number of Calendar Days
with Precipitation of >= 0.10 Inches
or More (or equivalent inches of rain) in a Single 24-hour Period
10 year average 2000 – 2010
NOAA National Data Center, Annual Climatological Summaries
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

5 6 7 6 9 6 7 5 6 5 6 8

N. As-Built Schedule:

As a condition precedent to release of final payment, the last update to the


Progress Schedule submitted shall be identified by the CONTRACTOR as the “As-
Built Schedule”. The “As-Built Schedule” shall reflect the exact manner in which
the project was actually constructed (including actual start and completion

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dates, activities, sequences, and logic) and shall be signed and certified by the
CONTRACTOR’S project manager.

O. Scheduling Software Application:

Scheduling software shall be Primavera Project Manager (P6) without exception.

P. Schedule Software Settings and Restrictions:

CONTRACTOR shall consult with the PCM for acceptable Primavera Project
Manager software settings and restrictions. The following shall apply unless
otherwise directed by the PCM.

1. Schedule Options:

a. Shall be defined only to “Use expected finish dates”;

b. Scheduling progressed activities to be set to “Use only retained


logic”, not progress override option;

c. Critical Path activities defined as Total Float less than or equal to


zero;

d. Calculating start-to-start lag from “early start” dates; and


computing total float as “finish float = late finish – early finish”;

e. Calendar to be set for scheduling relationship lag as “Predecessor


Activity Calendar.”

2. Activity progress shall be shown using Remaining Duration. Date format


shall be DDMMYY.

3. Default activity type shall be set to “Independent Task”.

4. Date/time activity constraint(s), other than those required by the


Contract, will not be allowed unless accepted by the PCM. CONTRACTOR
shall identify proposed constraints and explain the constraint purpose in
the Narrative Report.

5. Lags shall not be used in the creation of an activity that will perform the
same function, e.g., concrete cure time. Lag durations contained in the
project schedule shall not have a negative value. CONTRACTOR shall
identify any lag proposed and explain the purpose of the lag in the
Narrative Report.

6. Actual Start and Finish dates shall not be automatically updated by


default mechanism that may be included in the CPM scheduling software
system. Actual Start and Actual Finish dates on the CPM schedule shall be
updated by actual work progression.

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Q. Activity Codes:

The Primavera (P6) activity codes and work breakdown structure (WBS) to be
confirmed or revised by the PCM are listed below. Confirmation or revision of the
activity codes and WBS will be provided to the CONTRACTOR within three (3)
workdays of the Effective Date of the Agreement. Use of the PCM prescribed
activity codes and WBS is mandatory.

“Project Codes” as defined by Primavera P6 is reserved for the OWNER. Only


“Activity Codes” at Project Level will be permitted for CONTRACTOR use.

Code
Activity Code Description
Value
Phase 0005 Construction Phase
Construction Phase A Milestones
BC Administrative
D Submittals
E Construction Activities
Closeout Phase
Submittals SUB Submittals
R&A Review & Approve
F&D Fabricate & Deliver
Other Codes to be prescribed by
PCM or requested by
CONTRACTOR for project specific
criteria.

R. Activity Relationships:

Relationships between activities shall be identified with the following information:

1. Predecessor and successor activity ID.

2. Relationship types:

a. FS Finish to start;

b. SS Start to start;

c. FF Finish to finish;

d. SF Start to finish – This relationship is not allowed, unless authorized


by the PCM.

S. Project Calendars:

Project Calendars shall use workdays and calendar days as the planning unit for
the schedule. Use of Global Calendars is reserved for OWNER. Each calendar
shall be set to start on Mondays with holidays in accordance with OWNER policy.
The following calendars shall be used for each activity except as otherwise
accepted by the PCM:

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1. 5-Day x 8 Hour Workweek (with holidays) shall be used for 5-day 40-hour
workweek activities: Monday through Friday. All holidays and non-work
days shall be assigned to this calendar. This calendar shall be used for all
normal work activities, submittals, and fabricate and delivery activities.
This calendar shall be the default calendar for the project unless otherwise
specified.

2. Additional Calendars may be assigned depending on need. However,


CONTRACTOR shall consult with the PCM before other calendars are
entered and/or used in the Project schedule.

The work day to calendar day correlation shall be based on a single shift and 5-
day work week with adequate allowance for holidays, adverse weather and all
other special requirements of the Work. CONTRACTOR may, at his option,
propose alternate baseline calendars to allow a second shift and/or a single shift
on Saturdays subject to the concurrence and acceptance of OWNER. Under no
circumstances will a schedule be accepted which allows regularly scheduled
work on Sundays.

The holidays observed by the OWNER are as follows:

New Year’s Day


President’s Day
Martin Luther King Day
Good Friday
Memorial Day
Fourth of July
Labor Day
Columbus Day
Veteran’s Day
Thanksgiving Day
Day after Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve Day
Christmas Day

T. Float:

CONTRACTOR shall not use float suppression techniques, including preferential


sequencing (arranging critical path through activities more susceptible to OWNER
caused delay); lag logic restraints; zero total or free float constraints; extended
activity times; or imposing constraint dates other than as required by the
Contract. Float suppression will be cause for rejection of the preliminary Progress
Schedule or full Progress Schedule and its updates.

U. Mandatory Milestones:

The Contract duration shall be equal to the time period between the Notice-to-
Proceed and the completion Milestone. The following milestones are mandatory.

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1. Project Award.

2. Notice to Proceed.

3. Substantial Completion as established in the Contract.

4. Completion as established in the Contract.

The following additional milestones are to be considered and incorporated into


the Progress Schedule in accordance with the Contract terms, if applicable.

1. Permit constraints.

2. Facility shut down or outage milestone requirements.

3. Applicable phasing milestones.

4. Other milestones deemed appropriate by the PCM.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION

Not Used.

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SECTION 01320

PROJECT ADMINISTRATION

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of this Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections apply to this section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Work Changes & Modification Procedures.

B. Coordination.

C. Pre-construction Meeting

D. Progress Meetings.

E. Pre-installation Meetings.

F. Construction Cooperation.

G. Contract Closeout (See Section 01700).

H. Emergency Maintenance Supervisors.

I. Application for Payment.

J. Measurement & Payment.

K. Document Management System.

L. Construction Photographs.

1.03 WORK CHANGES & MODIFICATION PROCEDURES

A. The PCM will advise CONTRACTOR of minor variations in the Work not involving an
adjustment to Contract Price or Contract Time in accordance with Section 00700,
Paragraph 9.04 by issuing supplemental instructions.

B. The PCM may issue a Request for Quotation that includes a detailed description
of a desired change and the OWNER'S desired method of payment with
appropriate supplementary or revised Drawings and Specifications. The
CONTRACTOR shall prepare and submit a quotation to perform the desired
change within fourteen (14) calendar days stating the fixed price or other basis
for performing the work change as requested, any time extension requirements,
date of expiration of the quote, plus any other pertinent information.

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C. The CONTRACTOR may propose a change for approval by the PCM prior to
performing any Project-related work not included in the Contract, by submitting a
written request of the PCM. The request shall describe the proposed change and
its full effect on the Work and the work being performed by others. A statement
describing the reason for the change, any proposed substitutions, the fixed price
or basis for determining the change in the Contract Price, and the effect on the
Contract Time, if any, shall be included. Only upon approval by the PCM and
OWNER shall the CONTRACTOR proceed with the proposed change. Contract
time will only be adjusted for those items on the critical path.

D. When work changes involve bid unit prices, the change in Contract Price shall be
based on the bid unit prices and the number of measured, approved units
performed by the CONTRACTOR in completing the work change. When work
changes do not involve bid unit prices, the change in Contract Price shall be a
negotiated fixed price or based on a negotiated basis for determining the
Change in Contract Price, as requested by the OWNER or the PCM. If OWNER,
PCM and CONTRACTOR cannot agree on the change in price or time, they shall
be determined in accordance with the General Conditions.

E. Change Orders, Work Change Directives, and Field Orders will be issued in
accordance with the General Conditions.

F. All claims made by the CONTRACTOR shall be made within fourteen (14)
calendar days of the performance of a claim event and shall be sufficiently
supported in detail by documented costs, quantities, employee time and
payment records, paid invoices, the justification for any Contract time extension,
and other relevant data to allow a complete evaluation of the claim. All claim
events shall be agreed to by the PCM prior to performing the related work;
otherwise the work shall be considered unauthorized and not paid for.

G. The project Drawings are believed to be in general accordance with the various
applicable building, plumbing, and electrical codes, however the PCM and
OWNER do not guarantee that all codes are satisfied as shown or specified. The
CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for meeting all code requirements at no
additional cost to the OWNER.

1.04 COORDINATION

A. Coordinate scheduling, submittals, and Work of the various Sections of the


Contract Specifications to assure the efficient and orderly sequencing of all
interdependent construction elements. Include provisions for accommodating
items installed later, if applicable.

B. Verify that the space, utility requirements, and characteristics of operating


equipment are compatible with the building space and building utilities.
Coordinate the work of the various Sections having interdependent
responsibilities for installing, connecting to, and placing equipment into
operation.

C. Verify and coordinate space requirements for all items, equipment, mechanical,
and electrical work that is indicated on the Drawings, noted, or specified. If any
adjustments in the layout are required, CONTRACTOR shall immediately bring
them to the attention of the PCM for approval and/or problem resolution. The
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PCM’S decision shall be final and any modifications shall be at no additional cost
to the OWNER. Follow routing shown for pipes, ducts, and conduit, as closely as
practical; place runs parallel with lines of building. Utilize space efficiently to
maximize accessibility for other installations, for maintenance, and for repairs.

D. Except as otherwise indicated in finished areas, conceal pipes, ducts, and wiring.
Coordinate locations of fixtures and outlets with finish elements.

E. Coordinate completion and clean-up of Work in preparation for Substantial


Completion.

F. Coordinate access to site to minimize disruption of OWNER'S and other


CONTRACTOR’s activities while correcting defective Work and Work not in
accordance with Contract Documents.

1.05 PRE-CONSTRUCTION MEETING

A. The PCM will schedule a Pre-construction meeting shortly after giving Notice to
Proceed.

B. Required Attendees at Pre-construction Meeting: OWNER, PCM, Affected Utilities,


DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, and CONTRACTOR'S Construction Manager and
Superintendent.

C. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for the review of the standard agenda items
listed below and all other contract documents prior to this meeting.

D. Standard Pre-construction Meeting Agenda Items:

1. Introduction of Responsible Personnel:

2. Designation of individuals representing the Contract parties and the PCM.

3. Distribution of Conformed Contract Documents & Initial Change Order (if


applicable).

4. Use of premises by OWNER and CONTRACTOR.

5. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC).

6. Submittal of list of Subcontractors, Materials, Products, Schedule of Values,


and initial Construction Schedule.

7. Job Prevailing Wage Rates.

8. Discuss procedures, processing of field decisions, submittals, substitutions,


applications for payments, proposal requests, Change Orders, and
Contract closeout procedures, including document management system.

9. Scheduling activities of testing laboratories and special consultants.

10. Testing procedures.

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11. Requirements and Preparation for Monthly Progress Meetings.

12. Utility Relocation Coordination.

13. OWNER'S requirements and occupancy.

14. Construction facilities and controls provided by OWNER.

15. Temporary utilities provided by OWNER.

16. Survey and layout of structures.

17. Security and housekeeping procedures.

18. Procedures for maintaining record documents.

19. Requirements for start-up of equipment.

20. Inspection and acceptance.

21. Use of equipment placed into service during construction period.

22. Easements, if any.

23. Safety Plan and OWNER’S safety expectations.

E. The PCM will record minutes and distribute copies promptly after the Pre-
construction Meeting to participants, with copies to the PCM, OWNER,
CONTRACTOR, and those affected by the discussions or decisions made.

1.06 PROGRESS MEETINGS

A. The PCM shall, at a prescribed time and place, hold project progress meetings
each month, to coordinate the Work and discuss Work status, as well as problems
that may arise concerning proper timing and execution of the Work.

1. Additional meetings may be requested and scheduled by the OWNER or


CONTRACTOR as the need arises.

2. Responsible representatives of the CONTRACTOR, DESIGN PROFESSIONAL


and the OWNER shall attend each progress meeting. Subcontractors may
occasionally be asked to attend.

B. The PCM, in conjunction with CONTRACTOR, will arrange for progress meetings,
prepare agendas with copies for participants, preside at meetings, record
minutes of the meeting, and distribute the minutes promptly to all participants.
These meetings will be held at monthly intervals unless otherwise agreed to by all
participants.

C. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for preparing for all Agenda items prior to the
meeting.

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D. Standard Agenda Items:

1. Discussion of challenges to previous meeting minutes, if any. Acceptance


of meeting notes if there are no challenges.

2. CONTRACTOR to provide ten (10) copies of his updated progress


schedule, including recovery schedule as required.

3. Review Work progress.

4. CONTRACTOR to provide 60 day look ahead of planned progress during


succeeding work period.

5. Corrective measures to regain projected schedules based on the


submittal of a recovery schedule.

6. Coordination of projected progress.

7. Field observations, problems, concerns, and decisions.

8. Identification of problems that may impede planned progress.

9. Review submittal schedule and status of submittals.

10. Review off-site fabrication and delivery schedules.

11. Maintenance of quality and work standards.

12. Effect of proposed changes on progress schedule and coordination.

13. Review of construction photographs and as-built drawing status.

14. Safety related issues.

15. Other business relating to Work.

E. Revisions and additions to Minutes:

1. PCM to collect and coordinate revisions and additions to minutes.

2. Unless the distributed meeting minutes are challenged in writing prior to


the next regularly scheduled progress meeting, they shall be considered
complete, correctly stated, and accepted.

3. Challenges to the prior meeting minutes shall be entertained as a priority


item at the next regularly scheduled meeting.

1.07 PRE-INSTALLATION MEETINGS

A. When required by specific specification Sections, CONTRACTOR shall coordinate,


schedule and convene a pre-installation meeting at the work site a minimum of
10 working days prior to commencing the work of the Section.

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B. Required attendance shall be the PCM, the CONTRACTOR'S Superintendent,
Owner, and any other parties directly affecting, or affected by, the Section work.

C. CONTRACTOR shall prepare the agenda and preside at meeting:

1. Review conditions of installation, preparation, and installation procedures.

2. Review coordination with related work.

D. The PCM shall record minutes and distribute copies to participants promptly after
meeting.

1.08 CONSTRUCTION COOPERATION

A. All CONTRACTORS and sub-contractors shall cooperate with the PCM in the
allocation of site mobilization areas for field offices and sheds, for laydown areas,
for existing building access, traffic, and parking facilities.

B. During construction, all CONTRACTORS and sub-contractors shall coordinate their


use of the site and facilities through the PCM.

C. All CONTRACTORS shall comply with PCM’S procedures for intra-project


communications; submittals, reports and records, schedules, coordination
drawings, recommendations; and resolution of ambiguities and conflicts.

D. All CONTRACTORS shall comply with instructions of the PCM for use of temporary
utilities and construction facilities.

E. All CONTRACTORS shall coordinate field engineering and layout work with the
PCM.

1.09 CONTRACT CLOSEOUT

A. See Section 01700.

1.10 EMERGENCY MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

A. The CONTRACTOR shall submit to the PCM the names, addresses, and telephone
numbers of two employees responsible for performing emergency maintenance
and repairs when the CONTRACTOR is not working. These employees shall be
designated in writing by the CONTRACTOR as his representatives and shall have
full authority to act on his behalf as specified in the General Conditions. At least
one of the designated employees shall be available for contacting by telephone
any time an emergency arises.

1.11 APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT

A. Submit Applications on CONTRACTOR’S estimate form as approved by the


OWNER.

B. Preparation of Applications:

1. Present required information in typewritten form.


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2. Execute certification by signature of authorized officer.

3. Use data from approved Schedule of Values. Provide dollar value in each
column for each line item for portion of work performed (and for stored
Products).

4. List each authorized Change Order in the Change Order Summary table
on the CONTRACTOR’S estimate, listing Change Order number and dollar
amount as for an original item of Work.

5. Prepare Application for Final Payment as specified.

C. Submittal Procedures:

1. Submit a minimum of four (4) copies of each Application for Payment and
Schedule of Values.

2. Submit an updated construction schedule with each Application for


Payment.

3. Payment Period: Submit Application for Payment at the end of each


month to the PCM or other agreed upon time.

4. Submit with transmittal letter as specified for Submittals in Section 01300.

5. Submit two (2) original waivers for partial payment.

6. Submit two (2) certified payroll reports for payroll period directly to PCM.

7. If requesting payment for stored materials, submit two (2) sets of


supporting payment documents.

8. Submit any other documentation requested by the PCM.

D. Substantiating Data

1. When the PCM requires substantiating information, submit data justifying


dollar amounts in question.

2. Provide one copy of data with cover letter for each copy of submittal.
Show application number and date, and line item by number and
description.

1.12 MEASUREMENT & PAYMENT

A. Measurement and Payment of Lump Sum Items will be based on the


CONTRACTOR'S substantiated estimate of the total individual line item value
completed from within the Schedule of Values and as accepted by the PCM and
OWNER.

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B. Measurement and payment criteria applicable to the unit price Items follows:

1. Use measurement methods delineated in the basis of payment section of


the bid proposal forms.

2. Take all measurements and compute quantities. The PCM will verify
measurements and quantities.

3. Provide necessary equipment, workers, and survey personnel as required.

C. The quantities indicated in the Bid Form are for bidding and contract purposes
only. Quantities and measurements supplied or placed in the Work in
accordance with the Drawings and Specifications, and verified by the PCM
determine payment.

1. If the actual Work performed in accordance with the Drawings and


Specifications requires greater or fewer quantities than those indicated,
provide the required quantities at the unit price bid.

D. Quantities shall be measured using the following devices and methods.

1. Measurement Devices:

a. Weight Scales: Inspected, tested and certified by the applicable


state Weights and Measures department within the past year and
the PCM.

b. Platform Scales: Of sufficient size and capacity to accommodate


the conveying vehicle.

c. Metering Devices: Inspected, tested and certified by the


applicable state department within the past year and the PCM.

2. Measurement by Weight: Concrete reinforcing steel, rolled or formed


steel or other metal shapes will be measured by handbook weights.
Welded assemblies will be measured by handbook or scale weight.

3. Measurement by Volume: Measured by cubic dimension using mean


length, width and height or thickness.

4. Measurement by Area: Measured by square dimension using mean


length and width or radius.

5. Linear Measurement: Measured by linear dimension, at the item


centerline or mean chord. Underground piping shall be measured by the
horizontal projection of the longitudinal axis of the pipe.

6. Stipulated Sum/Price Measurement: Items measured by weight, volume,


area, or linear means or combination, as appropriate, as a completed
item or unit of the Work.

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E. Payment includes the following:

1. Full compensation for all required labor, Products, tools, equipment, plant,
transportation, services and incidentals; erection, application or
installation of an item of the Work; overhead and profit.

2. Final payment for unit price Work will be made on the basis of the actual
measurements and quantities accepted by the PCM multiplied by the unit
price for Work incorporated in or made necessary by the Work.

F. Defective Work shall be handled as follows:

1. Replace the Work, or portions of the Work, not conforming to specified


requirements.

2. If, in the opinion of the PCM and/or OWNER, it is not practical to remove
and replace the Work, the PCM and/or OWNER will direct one of the
following remedies:

a. The defective Work may remain, but the unit price will be adjusted
to a new price at the discretion of the PCM.

b. The defective Work will be partially repaired to the instructions of


the PCM and/or OWNER, and the unit price will be adjusted to a
new price at the discretion of the PCM.

3. When an individual specification section identifies a different method,


formula, or percentage price reduction, it shall control.

4. The authority of the PCM and/or OWNER to assess defects and make
appropriate payment adjustment is final.

5. Payment will not be made for:

a. Products wasted or disposed of in a manner that is not


acceptable.

b. Products determined unacceptable.

c. Products not completely unloaded from the transporting vehicle.

d. Products placed beyond the lines and levels of the required Work.

e. Products not incorporated in the Work.

f. Loading, hauling, and disposing of rejected Products.

1.13 DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

A. General Overview: An internet-based coordination and document control system


has been set up for the Toledo PCM Program. This system will be used on this
project for all project documentation among the OWNER, CONTRACTOR, DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL and PCM. The PCM will be the coordinator and integrator of the
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system. Prolog by Meridian Systems will be used for the coordination and
document control system. The CONTRACTOR shall work within this system for all
project related correspondence and documentation.

B. Prolog Converge is a document control application designed for use by


contractors, PCM, construction managers, or DESIGN PROFESSIONALS with any
project delivery method including design/bid/build, design-build, construction
subcontract, construction management, construction phase services, or
construction. Keep in mind that this is a collaborative, shared system where web-
based versions allow use by the entire project team.

C. The following is a listing of Prolog Converge features that will be implemented on


this project:

1. Web-based applications accommodate multiple users.

2. Creates, organizes and tracks:

a. Meeting minutes with action items.

b. Correspondence.

c. Submittals.

d. Transmittals.

e. Requests for Information (RFIs).

f. Other construction-related documentation, as required.

3. Project Accounting:

a. Design and Construction Contracts.

4. Change Management:

a. Change Order Requests.

b. Proposed Change Orders.

c. Work Change Directives.

d. Change Orders.

5. Field Documentation (required for inspections):

a. Field Orders.

b. Non-Compliance Notices.

c. Daily Inspection reports.

d. Construction Photos.
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e. Safety.

6. Issues (for potential claims and issues):

a. Links to all documents related to an issue.

b. Aids in preparation of dispute resolution.

7. Closeout:

a. Punch Lists.

b. Final Operation & Maintenance Manuals.

8. Reporting:

a. Standard and custom reporting for all documentation.

b. Tracking of status, turn-around times and elapsed times.

D. A manual for the use of the PCM’S Prolog Converge system will be available from
the PCM. The CONTRACTOR’S administrator for Prolog Converge shall be
responsible for studying this manual and implementing Prolog Converge on this
project.

E. Working in Contract Management:

1. Following
Following the
the pre-construction
pre-construction meeting
meeting butbut within
within ten
ten (10)
(10) calendar
calendar days
days
of
of the
the Notice
Notice to
to Proceed,
Proceed, the
the CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shallshall submit
submit a
a list
list of
of personnel
personnel
that
that will
will have
have access
access to
to and
and work
work in
in Prolog
Prolog Converge
Converge using
using thethe start-up
start-up
form
form provided
provided byby the
the PCM
PCM atat the
the pre-construction
pre-construction meeting.
meeting. The The PCM
PCM will
will
then
then enter
enter the
the designated
designated personnel
personnel into
into the
the system
system and
and assign
assign the
the level
level
of
of access.
access.

2. Prolog Converge is a web-based system that uses a “Project Dashboard”


as the initial screen and for navigating in the system. It will be accessed
through a website to be provided by the PCM. The CONTRACTOR’S
Usernames and Access Rights to the different modules in Prolog Converge
will be controlled by the PCM.

3. Because Prolog Converge is a web-based system, and field sites have


different internet access installations, i.e., broadband wireless cards or
access through the client’s internet server, connectivity and other issues
may sometimes occur. Any issues of this sort will be addressed by the PCM
team. The CONTRACTOR must have a high-speed broadband
connection for the CONTRACTOR’S site office as well as the PCM’S Field
Office in order to facilitate the use of Prolog Converge.

4. The PCM will provide training to the CONTRACTOR’S field and home office
personnel that will be using Prolog Converge in a workshop of all
CONTRACTOR personnel. The CONTRACTOR should designate a single
person as their Key Person for coordination in Prolog Converge. As new
personnel are added by the CONTRACTOR, their own Key Person will be
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expected to provide training with some supplemental assistance from the
PCM, if required. The following is a list of the training sessions that will be
provided by the PCM to the CONTRACTOR’S initial personnel using Prolog
Converge:

a. Overview of the system and how it works. Assist CONTRACTOR’S


personnel in getting set-up within Prolog Converge.

b. More detailed training on specific modules within Prolog Converge


in order to assure that the CONTRACTOR personnel enter
documents in the same fashion as the PCM.

F. Initial Project Set-Up: The CONTRACTOR shall work with the PCM to properly set-up
the CONTRACTOR’S staff in Prolog Converge. As the CONTRACTOR adds
personnel that will work in the system, the PCM must be contacted so that the
same set-up procedures are followed. Set-up will include the following
information and modules as a minimum:

1. Company name and date.

2. Personnel names and data including the Key Person.

3. Contract budget information.

4. Project contacts information.

5. Contract Documents.

6. Project correspondence and documentation including reports, pictures,


RFI’s, submittals, change orders, written and electronic correspondence,
meeting minutes, field orders, non-compliance notices, logs, testing
information, etc.

7. Insurance documentation.

8. Issues, alerts and action items.

G. Prolog Converge will be administered by the PCM by giving each user a defined
level of access in accordance with their role on the Project. As such, the
CONTRACTOR’S personnel will have limited access to Prolog Converge as
determined by the PCM

H. Administer the Project: The CONTRACTOR’S Administrator for Prolog Converge


and the PCM will work closely during the project to assure that the system is
updated on a daily basis with all pertinent information. Information format and
traceability is very important for the success of this system and will be monitored
closely for compliance with the guidelines set-up for the program and the Project.
Uniform and consistent administration of the following key project items will be
emphasized and tracked:

1. Document handling.

2. Request for information.


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3. Tracking of submittal packages and submittals.

4. Meetings.

5. Daily inspection reports.

6. Letters and memos.

7. Telephone reports.

8. Field orders.

9. Non-compliance notices.

10. Receiving and sending correspondence.

11. Transmittals.

12. Notepads.

13. Deletion of documents.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION

Not used.

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SECTION 01325

CONSTRUCTION SURVEY WORK

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Scope.

B. Protection.

C. Replacement of Lost Survey Points.

D. Survey Control/GPS Monuments.

E. Construction Staking.

F. Coordination.

G. Existing Connection Points.

H. Staking Requirements.

I. Utility Location Records.

1.03 SCOPE

A. This Section includes the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, and services
necessary for performing Construction Survey Work in accordance with the
Contract Documents.

B. Work consists of the layout of all lines and grades shown on the Drawings or as
altered or modified by the PCM, and miscellaneous survey work related to the
construction of the project. The PCM will establish and maintain horizontal and
vertical control monuments for site control purposes.

1.04 PROTECTION

A. The CONTRACTOR shall protect and preserve all established reference points and
monuments.

B. Whenever the PCM set monuments are encountered in the line of work, whether
shown on the Drawings or not, CONTRACTOR shall notify the PCM in writing at
least 24 hours in advance of the need to move same. Under no circumstances
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shall CONTRACTOR, his employees, or subcontractor remove or disturb a
monument.

1.05 REPLACEMENT OF LOST SURVEY POINTS

A. Should
Should aa monument
monument be be disturbed,
disturbed, CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shallshall pay
pay OWNER
OWNER to
to have
have a
a
registered
registered surveyor
surveyor of
of the
the PCM
PCM toto re-establish
re-establish the
the monument.
monument.

1.06 SURVEY CONTROL/GPS MONUMENTS

A. There are 9 survey control/GPS monuments established for use on the job site.
These monuments are based on the City of Toledo’s coordinate base (which
does not match current State Plane Coordinates). Refer to drawing XXX of XXX of
the contract documents for information on these monuments. These monuments
are to be utilized during the construction of this project.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 CONSTRUCTION STAKING

A. All construction points shall be marked with a wooden hub and nail or PK nails in
concrete and asphalt pavements and walks.

B. All construction points located in areas of heavy underbrush, inaccessible or


limited site distance shall be identified with a wood lath extending a minimum of
3 feet above the ground.

C. All construction points located in paved surfaces shall be clearly marked with
paint.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 COORDINATION

A. The CONTRACTOR shall provide field forces necessary to lay out the location,
alignment, elevation, and grade of the Work shown on the Drawings and in
conformance with the PCM set control points and benchmarks shown on the
Drawings.

B. The CONTRACTOR shall use competent personnel and suitable equipment for the
layout of the work required. If the layout work involves more than a few simple
distance and elevations from established reference points, the CONTRACTOR
shall employ a Registered Surveyor in Ohio to perform or supervise the layout
work.

C. CONTRACTOR shall furnish the necessary labor to assist the PCM in checking the
installation, if required.

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D. In areas where more than one CONTRACTOR may be working, the construction
staking shall indicate which CONTRACTOR the staking is installed for. Alteration or
removal of another CONTRACTOR’s construction staking is not permitted.

E. CONTRACTOR shall provide the PCM, no later than five (5) working days after
installation, all information of the completed construction layout staking. This
information shall include but not be limited to stationing, elevations, control
points, project coordinates, offset direction and distance for all deflections both
horizontal and vertical, and all other points as specified, shown on the Drawings
and directed by the PCM.

3.02 EXISTING CONNECTION POINTS

A. The CONTRACTOR shall verify the locations and elevations of existing utilities prior
to commencing installation of work. Critical points are all points where new work
connects to existing utilities and where existing utilities could conflict with the
Work. All data shall be provided to the PCM before commencing work.

3.03 STAKING REQUIREMENTS

A. The CONTRACTOR shall provide sufficient staking for construction as well as


verification of line, grade and location by the PCM/OWNER. Required staking will
be confirmed by the PCM. This includes but is not limited to:

1. Pavement – The CONTRACTOR shall establish a layout for location and


grade on both sides of the road, curb and gutter location and grade,
vertical and horizontal curves and drainage structures. Staking shall be
installed so that it remains in place during the course of construction. At a
minimum, location and grade stakes must be established every 100’ or as
directed by the PCM.

2. Pipe
Pipe in
in Open
Open Cut
Cut –- The
The CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall shall establish
establish a
a layout
layout forfor location
location
and
and grade
grade atat no
no more
more than
than 100’
100' intervals
intervals or
or as
as directed
directed byby the the PCM.
PCM.
Locations
Locations of of manholes,
manholes, valves,
valves, and
and deflections
deflections (both
(both vertical
vertical and and
horizontal)
horizontal) shall
shall be
be staked.
staked. Staking
Staking shall
shall be
be installed
installed so
so that
that itit remains
remains inin
place
place during
during the
the course
course of
of construction.
construction.

3. Structures
Structures –- The
The CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shallshall establish
establish a
a layout
layout for
for location
location andand
elevations
elevations ofof structures.
structures. Layout
Layout shall
shall consist
consist of
of stakes
stakes set
set at
at aa suitable
suitable
offset
offset from
from the
the structure
structure such
such that
that normal
normal construction
construction activities
activities will
will not
not
disturb
disturb them.
them.

4. Miscellaneous Staking – The CONTRACTOR to provide any additional


staking required to permit the completion of work detailed in the Contract
Documents or as directed by the PCM/OWNER.

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3.04 UTILITY LOCATION RECORDS

A. As existing underground utilities are discovered during the course of construction,


the CONTRACTOR shall leave the utility exposed until such time as the location
and elevation is recorded utilizing a GPS system by the PCM.

B. As new underground utilities are installed, the CONTRACTOR shall leave the utility
exposed until such time as the location and elevation is recorded utilizing a GPS
system by the PCM.

PART 4 SPECIAL PROVISIONS

Not used.

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SECTION 01420

REFERENCES

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of this Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Definitions.

B. Industry Standards.

C. Abbreviations and Acronyms.

D. Reference Standards.

E. Symbols.

1.03 DEFINITIONS

A. Basic contract definitions and terms are included in the General Conditions.

1.04 INDUSTRY STANDARDS

A. Standards Application: Basic Standards (current edition at time of bid, unless


otherwise noted) are part of the contract and have the same force and effect to
be applied, except where more stringent requirements are mentioned in the
Contract Documents. Individual Sections show related codes and standards that
CONTRACTOR must keep available at site for reference.

B. Updated Standards: The PCM will decide if a Standard issued after the Project
was bid should be used. If required, a change order will be issued and
CONTRACTOR shall use the new standard.

1.05 ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS

A. Trade association names and titles of general standards are frequently


abbreviated. The following acronyms or abbreviations as referenced in Contract
Documents are defined to mean the associated names. Names and addresses
are subject to change and are believed to be, but are not assured to be,
accurate and up to date as of date of Contract Documents.

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AA Aluminum Association
1525 Wilson Blvd, Suite 600; Arlington, VA 22209

AABC Associated Air Balance Council


1518 K St. NW, Suite 503; Washington D.C. 20005

AAMA Architectural Aluminum Manufacturers Association


1827 Walden Office Square, Suite 550; Schaumburg, IL 60173-4268

AASHTO American Association of State Highway and Transportation


Officials
444 North Capitol St. NW, Suite 249; Washington, D.C. 20005

ABMA American Bearing Manufacturers Association


2025 M. Street, NW, Suite 800; Washington D.C. 20036-3309

ACI American Concrete Institute


P.O. Box 9094; Farmington Hills, MI 48333-9094

ACPA American Concrete Pipe Association


8445 Freeport Parkway, Suite 350; Irving, TX 75063-2595

ADAAG Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines

AFBMA Anti-Friction Bearing Manufacturers Association


2025 M. Street, NW, Suite 800; Washington D.C. 20036-3309

AFI Air Filter Institute

AF&PA American Forest & Paper Association


1111 19th St., NW, Suite 800; Washington, D.C. 20036

AGA American Gas Association


400 N. Capitol St., NW; Washington, D.C. 20001

AGMA American Gear Manufacturers Association


1001 N. Fairfax Street, Suite 500; Alexandria, VA 22314-1587

AHRI Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute


2111 Wilson Blvd, Suite 500; Arlington, VA 22201

AI Asphalt Institute
2696 Research Park Dr.; Lexington, KY 40511-8480

AIA American Insurance Association


2101 L Street, NW, Suite 400; Washington, D.C. 20037

AIHA American Industrial Hygiene Association


3141 Fairview Park Dr., Suite 777; Falls Church, VA 22042

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AISC American Institute of Steel Construction
One East Wacker Dr., Suite 700; Chicago, IL 60601-1802

AISI American Iron and Steel Institute


25 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Suite 800; Washington, D.C. 20001
2000 Town Center Suite 320; Southfield, MI 48075

AITC American Institute of Timber Construction


7012 S. Revere Parkway, Suite 140; Centennial, CO 80112

ALI Associated Laboratories, Inc.


P.O. Box 152837; Dallas, TX 75315

ALSC American Lumber Standard Committee


P.O. Box 210; Germantown, MD 20875-0210

AMCA Air Movement and Control Association


30 W. University Dr.; Arlington Heights, IL 60004-1893

ANSI American National Standards Institute


25 West 43rd St., 4th floor; New York, NY 10036

API American Petroleum Institute


1220 L St., NW; Washington, D.C. 20005-4070

ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers


1801 Alexander Bell Dr.; Reston, VA 20191-4400

ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning


Engineers
1791 Tullie Circle, NE; Atlanta, GA 30329

ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers


Two Park Avenue; New York, NY 10016-5990

ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials


100 Barr Harbor Dr., PO Box C700; West Conshohocken, PA 19428

AWPA American Wood-Preservers’ Association


P.O. Box 361784; Birmingham, AL 35236-1784

AWS American Welding Society


8669 Doral Boulevard, Suite 130; Doral, FL 33166

AWWA American Water Works Association


6666 W. Quincy Ave.; Denver, CO 80235

BLS Bureau of Labor Standards


Postal Square Building, 2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20212-0001

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CISPI Cast Iron Soil Pipe Institute
1064 Delaware Avenue SE; Atlanta, GA 30316

CLFMI Chain Link Fence Manufacturers Institute


10015 Old Columbia Rd.; Columbia, MD 21046

CRSI Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute


933 North Plum Grove Rd.; Schaumburg, IL 60173

CSA Canadian Standards Association


178 Rexdale Blvd.; Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9W 1R3

FBC Florida Building Code


1940 North Monroe Street;, Tallahassee, FL 32399

FM Factory Mutual Engineering and Research


1151 Boston-Providence Turnpike; Norwood, MA 02062-9102

FS Federal Standards

GA Gypsum Association
6525 Belcrest Rd., Suite 480; Hyattsville, MD 20782

H.I. Hydraulic Institute


6 Campus Drive, First Floor North; Parsippany, NJ, 07054-4406

IBC International Building Code

IBR Institute of Boiler and Radiator Manufacturers

IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers


3 Park Ave., 17th Floor; New York, NY 10016-5997

ICEA Insulated Cable Engineers Association


P.O. Box 1568; Carrollton, GA 30112

ISA Instrument Society of America


67 T.W. Alexander Dr.; PO Box 12277
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

JIC Joint Industrial Council

MBMA Metal Building Manufacturers Association


1300 Summer Ave.; Cleveland, OH 44115-2851

MIL Military Specifications, Naval Publications and Forms Center


5801 Tabor Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19120.

MLSFA Metal Lath/Steel Framing Association


221 North LaSalle Street, Chicago, Il 60601.

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MSS Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve and Fittings
Industry, Inc.
127 Park St. NE; Vienna, VA, 22180-4602

NAAMM National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers


800 Roosevelt Rd., Bldg. C, Suite 312; Glen Ellyn, IL 60137

NAPA National Asphalt Pavement Association


5100 Forbes Blvd.; Lanham, MD 20706-4413

NBS National Bureau of Standards

NCPI National Clay Pipe Institute


N6369 US Hwy 12, Suite A; Elkhorn, WI 53121

NEC National Electrical Code (by NFPA)

NESC National Electrical Safety Code

NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association


1300 North 17th St. N, Suite 1847; Arlington, VA 22209

NFPA National Fire Protection Association


1 Batterymarch Park; Quincy, MA 02269- 7471

NPCA National Precast Concrete Association


1320 City Center Drive, Suite 200; Carmel, IN 46032

NSF National Sanitation Foundation


789 N. Dixboro Rd; Ann Arbor, MI 48105

OBC Ohio Building Code

OHPO Ohio Historic Preservation Office


800 E. 17th Ave.; Columbus, OH 43211-2474

OEPA Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Water Div.


Ten State Standards
Lazarus Government Center, P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, Ohio 43216-1049

OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration


200 Constitution Ave. N.W.; Washington, DC 20210

PCA Portland Cement Association


5420 Old Orchard Rd.; Skokie, IL 60077-1083

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PCI Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute
200 W. Adams St. #2100; Chicago, IL 60606

PTI Post-Tensioning Institute


38800 Country Club Drive; Farmington Hills, MI 48331

RIS Redwood Inspection Service


818 Grayson Road, Suite 201; Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

SAE Society of Automotive Engineers


400 Commonwealth Dr.; Warrendale, PA 15096-0001

SDI Steel Deck Institute


P.O. Box 25; Fox River Grove, IL 60021-0025

SJI Steel Joist Institute


234 W. Cheves Street; Florence, SC 29501

SMACNA Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association


4201 Lafayette Center Dr.; Chantilly, VA 20151-1219

SPIB Southern Pipe Inspection Bureau


P. O. Box 10915; Pensacola, FL 32524-0915

SSPC The Society for Protective Coatings


40 24th St., 6th Floor; Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4565

TPI Truss Plate Institute


218 North Lee Street, Suite 312; Alexandria, VA 22314

UBC Uniform Building Code

UL Underwriters Laboratories
2600 N.W. Lake Rd.; Camas, WA 98607-8542

Uni-B Uni-Bell PVC Pipe Association


2711 LBJ Freeway, Suite 1000; Dallas, TX 75234

USBM United States Bureau of Mines

WCLIB West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau


P.O. Box 23145; Tigard, OR 97281

WWPA Western Wood Products Association


522 SW Fifth Ave., Suite 500; Portland, OR 97204-2122

B. Government Agencies: Names and titles of state and Federal government


standard or Specification producing agencies are frequently abbreviated. The
following acronyms or abbreviations referenced in the Contract Documents
indicate names of standard or Specification producing agencies of the Federal
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government. Names and addresses are subject to change but are believed to
be, but are not assured to be, accurate and up to date as of the date of the
Contract Documents.

CE Corps of Engineers
(U.S. Department of the Army)
Chief of Engineers – Referral
Washington, D.C. 20314

CFR Code of Federal Regulations


(Available from the Government Printing Office)
732 North Capitol Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20401-0001
(Material is usually first published in the Federal Register)

DOT Department of Transportation


1200 New Jersey Ave, SE
Washington, DC 20590

EDA Economic Development Association


U.S. Department of Commerce
1401 Constitution Avenue, NW, Suite 71014
Washington, D.C. 20230

EPA Environmental Protection Agency


Ariel Rios Building
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20460

OEPA Ohio Environmental Protection Agency


P.O. Box 1049
Columbus, OH 43216-1049

ODOT Ohio Department of Transportation


1980 West Broad Street
Columbus, OH 43223

OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration


(U.S. Department of Labor)
200 Constitution Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20210

C. Project Specific Abbreviations:

PCM Professional Construction Manager

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1.06 REFERENCE STANDARDS

A. State of Ohio Department of Transportation – Construction and Material


Specifications.

B. City of Toledo – Construction Standards.

C. City of Toledo – Part “A” Standards.

All of the above reference standards are assumed to be the latest version unless
otherwise stated in the Contract Documents.

1.07 SYMBOLS

A. For definition of symbols refer to the Contract Drawings.

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SECTION 01450

QUALITY CONTROL

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of this Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Quality Assurance – Control of Installation.

B. Tolerances.

C. References and Standards.

D. Mock-up.

E. Testing Services.

F. Manufacturers’ Field Services.

G. Electrical Materials and Equipment.

H. Contractor’s Design Responsibility

I. Non-conforming Work

J. ANSI/NSF Standard 60 or 61 Certification.

K. Examination.

1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE – CONTROL OF INSTALLATION

A. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for Quality Control at all times on and off
the project site. CONTRACTOR shall supervise, inspect, and direct the Work
competently and efficiently, devoting such attention thereto and applying such
skills and expertise as may be necessary to perform the Work in accordance with
the Contract Documents. CONTRACTOR shall assign a competent resident
superintendent to the project at all times, who will have the Quality Control
responsibility for the Work.

B. The following are included as Quality Control compliance items for which the
CONTRACTOR is responsible:

1. Submittals for materials and equipment.

2. Off-site shop inspection where required.


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3. Receipt inspections for all materials and equipment as they arrive on-site.

4. Protection of materials and equipment after arrival on-site.

5. Preparatory reviews with the OWNER and the PCM prior to starting a
distinct aspect of the Work.

6. Daily inspections of the Work.

7. Testing that is required to be performed by the CONTRACTOR in


accordance with the Contract Documents.

8. Coordination with any OWNER provided laboratory and testing services.

9. Coordination of Work with OWNER requirements.

10. Start-up and Commissioning planning and coordination including visits


from manufacturer’s representatives where required in the Contract
Documents.

11. Substantial Completion and Final Completion of the Work.

12. Provision of product and equipment warranties and correction of


defective work during the warranty period.

C. CONTRACTOR shall submit a project-specific Quality Control Plan (QCP) that


addresses the aforementioned items as well as any other project-specific quality
issues. This plan shall be submitted to the PCM within 30 calendar days after
Notice to Proceed. The PCM will review and comment as required on the QCP
and return it within 21 calendar days. Once finalized, compliance with the QCP
will be audited by the PCM on a periodic basis.

D. Monitor quality control over suppliers, manufacturers, materials, equipment,


services, site conditions, and workmanship to produce Work of specified quality.

E. Comply with manufacturers’ instructions, including each step in sequence.

F. Should manufacturers’ instructions conflict with Contract Documents,


manufacturers’ instructions shall take precedence.

G. Comply with specified reference standards as minimum quality for the Work
except where more stringent tolerances, codes, or specified requirements
indicate higher standards or more precise workmanship.

H. Perform Work by persons qualified to produce required and specified quality.

I. Verify that field measurements are as indicated on Shop Drawings or as instructed


by the manufacturer.

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J. Secure materials and equipment in place with positive anchorage devices
designed and sized to withstand stresses, vibration, physical distortion, or
disfigurement.

1.04 TOLERANCES

A. Monitor fabrication and installation tolerance control of materials and equipment


to produce acceptable Work. Do not permit tolerances to accumulate.

B. Comply with manufacturers’ tolerances. Should the manufacturers’ tolerances


conflict with Contract Documents, the CONTRACTOR shall request clarification
from the PCM before proceeding.

C. Adjust materials and equipment to appropriate dimensions; position before


securing in place.

1.05 REFERENCES AND STANDARDS

A. For materials, equipment, or workmanship specified by association, trades, or


other consensus standards, comply with requirements of the standard, except
when more rigid requirements are specified or are required by applicable codes.

B. Conform to reference standard by date of issue current on date for receiving


bids, except where a specific date is established by code or as referenced in
contract specifications.

C. Obtain copies of standards where required by Specifications Sections.

D. Neither the contractual relationships, duties, responsibilities of the parties in


Contract nor those of the PCM shall be altered from the Contract Documents by
mention or interference otherwise in any reference document.

E. Abbreviations and Names: Trade association names and titles of general


standards are frequently abbreviated. Where such acronyms or abbreviations
are used in the Specifications or the Contract Documents, they mean the
recognized name of the trade association, standards generating organization,
authority having jurisdiction, or other entity applicable to the context of the text
provision. Refer to Section 01420 or the “Encyclopedia of Associations”, published
by Gale Research Co., available in most libraries.

F. Specifications Format: These Specifications are organized into Divisions and


Sections in general conformance with the 16 Divisions of The Construction
Specification’s Institute’s “Masterformat”, plus a Division 17 for Instrumentation.
Text is generally written in imperative mood and streamlined form. This imperative
language is directed to CONTRACTOR, unless specifically noted otherwise. The
words “shall”, “shall be”, and “shall comply with”, depending upon context, are
included by reference where a colon (:) is used within sentences or phrases.

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1.06 MOCK-UP

A. Assemble and erect specified items with specified attachment and anchorage
devices, flashings, seals, and finishes.

B. Mock-ups will not be used for testing purposes unless specifically required in the
respective Specifications Section.

C. Accepted mock-ups shall be a comparison standard for the remaining Work.

D. Where mock-up has been accepted by the PCM and OWNER is specified in the
respective Specifications Section to be removed, remove mock-up and clear
area when directed to do so.

1.07 TESTING SERVICES

A. OWNER will employ, and pay for specified services of an independent firm to
perform testing for;

1. Concrete – compression strength, entrained air content, and slump.

2. Test of masonry prisms.

3. Field control test of masonry.

4. Moisture-density (Proctor) tests and relative density tests on embedment,


fill, and backfill materials.

5. Other materials and equipment at the discretion of the PCM.

B. Testing and source quality control may occur on or off the Site. The
CONTRACTOR shall provide the source of all materials requiring testing and shall
arrange access for the independent firm to obtain representative samples and
perform required tests at the material source. The information shall be supplied in
advance to allow time for testing and reporting. Concrete information shall be
supplied at least 45 days prior to the first concrete placement.

C. Reports will be submitted by the independent firm to the OWNER, the PCM and
CONTRACTOR, in duplicate, indicating observations and results of tests and
indicating compliance or non-compliance with Contract Documents.

1. Reports will be provided within 7 calendar days of performing tests.

D. Cooperate with independent firm; furnish samples of materials, design mix,


equipment, tools, storage, safe access, and assistance by incidental labor as
requested.

1. Notify the PCM and independent firm 24 hours prior to expected time for
operations requiring services.

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2. Make arrangements with independent firm and pay for additional
samples and tests required by and for CONTRACTOR’S use. Such testing
will not become part of the official testing for the Record.

E. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for, and shall pay for:

1. Additional testing expenses resulting from CONTRACTOR’S failure to advise


the PCM and independent firm 24 hours in advance of operations.

2. Additional testing expenses resulting from changes in CONTRACTOR’S


schedule after independent firm has been notified that testing is required,
canceled, or modified.

3. CONTRACTOR shall supply, or provide all required certificates from


manufacturers and suppliers to demonstrate compliance with the
Specifications.

F. Testing does not relieve CONTRACTOR to perform Work to Contract requirements.

G. Re-testing required because of non-conformance to specified requirements shall


be performed by the same independent firm on instructions by the PCM.
Payment for re-testing will be charged to CONTRACTOR by deducting testing
charges from the Contract Price.

1.08 MANUFACTURERS’ FIELD SERVICES

A. Refer to Specification Section 01800 for general commissioning requirements.

1.09 CONTRACTOR’S DESIGN RESPONSIBILITY

A. The design of all pre-engineered elements, assemblies, components, and


connections of all types, not designed by the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, shall be the
total responsibility of the CONTRACTOR. These designs shall include but not be
limited to structural steel, precast concrete, wall panels, windows, architectural
items, mechanical items, and electrical items. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible
for engineering performed by the Manufacturer of materials and equipment
provided for or included in the work. Where the Contract Documents require the
design of architectural, structural, mechanical, or electrical items by a supplier, or
where a CONTRACTOR initiates a change in the design of a system or
component thereof, such design shall be the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR.

B. All CONTRACTOR design responsibilities shall be performed by a Registered


Professional Engineer, registered in Ohio.

C. Submit all calculations to the PCM for his records, as a reference submittal, prior
to starting fabrication or installation of the Work. The PCM will not be responsible
for designs of others, including those of the CONTRACTOR, any Subcontractor, or
supplier.

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1.10 NON-CONFORMING WORK

A. Work not conforming to the Contract Documents shall not be permitted, without
approval of the PCM.

B. If the PCM does not approve non-conforming item of work, CONTRACTOR shall
remove such work or propose a remedy by means of detailed drawings and
written documentation to the PCM for consideration.

C. All costs for removal and reconstruction of such work and additional services of
the PCM shall be paid by the CONTRACTOR as follows:

1. OWNER will compensate the PCM.

2. OWNER will deduct the amount of such compensation from payments to


the CONTRACTOR.

D. Also, see Section 01500 Article 1.24 Unauthorized Work.

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SECTION 01500

TEMPORARY WORK AND CONTROLS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. CONTRACTOR Areas.

B. Mobilization.

C. Temporary Utilities.

D. Barriers, Signs, Lights & Site Safety.

E. Maintaining Traffic.

F. Maintenance of Flow and Drainage.

G. Maintenance of Existing Operations.

H. Protection of Installed Work.

I. Temporary Access Roads.

J. Progress Cleaning and Waste Removal.

K. Project Signs.

L. CONTRACTOR’S Field Office and Sheds.

M. PCM’s Office.

N. Fences.

O. Protection of Public and Private Property.

P. Damage to Existing Property.

Q. Tree and Plant Protection.

R. Noise Control.

S. Dust Control.

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T. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning.

U. Conformity with Drawings & Specifications.

V. Unauthorized Work.

W. Cooperation of Contractor(s).

X. Cutting & Patching Structures and Buried Improvements.

Y. Asbestos Abatement

Z. Lead Paint Abatement

AA. Chemical Dust

BB. Erection, Installation and Removal.

1.03 CONTRACTOR AREAS

A. CONTRACTOR set-up area(s) shall be restricted to area(s) shown on the design


drawings and as approved by the OWNER and the PCM. CONTRACTOR shall
coordinate with OWNER and the PCM at the Pre-construction Meeting.

B. CONTRACTOR laydown area(s) shall be restricted to area(s) shown on the design


drawings and as approved by the OWNER and the PCM. CONTRACTOR shall
coordinate with OWNER and the PCM at the Pre-construction Meeting.

C. CONTRACTOR material storage area(s) shall be restricted to area(s) shown on the


design drawings and as approved by the OWNER and the PCM. CONTRACTOR
shall coordinate with OWNER and the PCM at the Pre-construction Meeting.

D. CONTRACTOR equipment storage area(s) shall be restricted to area(s) shown on


the design drawings and as approved by the OWNER and the PCM.
CONTRACTOR shall coordinate with OWNER and the PCM at the Pre-construction
Meeting. Equipment shall be stored in a safe and secure manner.

1.04 MOBILIZATION

A. Perform preparatory work and operations for the assembling and setting up
necessary for Work on the Project, such as shops, plants, storage areas, sanitary
facilities, moving in of personnel and equipment, incidentals to the Project, and
any other facilities, as required by the Specifications and special requirements of
the Contract Documents, as well as by laws and regulations in effect at the Site.

B. Perform demobilization to remove the items and equipment specific to the


Project.

C. Mobilization shall be included as an item under the Division 1 part of the Schedule
of Values. The cost of mobilization shall not exceed 5 percent of the total

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Contract Price or $250,000, whichever is the lesser amount; with 40 percent
payable with the first estimate, but no sooner than 15 days after the start of Work
at the Site; 40 percent payable with the first estimate exceeding 20 percent of
the original Contract Price, excluding payments for materials stored and
mobilization; and the remaining 20 percent payable with the next partial pay
estimate following Substantial Completion.

1.05 TEMPORARY UTILITIES

A. Water:

1. All water required for and in connection with the Work to be performed
shall be provided by and be at the expense of CONTRACTOR. No
separate payment for water used or required will be made and all costs in
connection therewith shall be included in the Bid.

2. If approved by the OWNER, the existing water service and distribution


system may be used.

a. CONTRACTOR shall provide written notification of the intent to


utilize the public water system to the OWNER and PCM.

b. CONTRACTOR shall maintain the water system in the same


condition as it was in prior to use and accept full responsibility for
all costs associated with any damages incurred due to
CONTRACTOR use of the system.

c. Backflow prevention and metering shall be obtained from the City


of Toledo Division of Water Distribution and as directed by the
OWNER/PCM. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all rental
and consumption charges associated with the water used, unless
otherwise agreed upon in writing by the OWNER and PCM.

B. TELEPHONE & DATA

1. CONTRACTOR shall make all necessary arrangements and pay all


installation and service charges for telephone and data lines for its offices
at the Site.

C. POWER:

1. CONTRACTOR shall provide all power for heating, lighting, operation of


CONTRACTOR'S equipment, or for any other use by CONTRACTOR.
Temporary heat and lighting shall be maintained until the Work is
accepted.

a. The CONTRACTOR shall obtain construction power through the


power company. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor and
material necessary to furnish and install the construction power
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and temporary lighting services. The temporary service shall
conform to all applicable provisions of Division 16, except the
equipment need not be new, but shall be in serviceable condition
and installed in a safe manner.

b. The CONTRACTOR'S power feed from the Construction Power line


or approved connection point or points to the CONTRACTOR'S
point of distribution shall be underground. The CONTRACTOR'S
temporary distribution system shall not obstruct any road and shall
not interfere with other contractors, or with facility operations. The
CONTRACTOR shall relocate any temporary distribution system
deemed by the PCM to interfere with other operations, at no
additional cost to the OWNER.

c. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all temporary lighting required for


night construction operations and traffic when such night
construction is authorized by the OWNER and PCM.

d. The CONTRACTOR shall provide temporary or existing building


lighting in areas required for ongoing operations, at pre-project
levels, at all times.

e. As new power facilities are available for use, as determined by the


PCM, they may be used during the Work, but shall not be used to
service any temporary facilities.

f. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all utility services used by it


and its subcontractors, any utility services required for the Work,
including operational demonstration. CONTRACTOR shall make all
arrangements required with the utility companies and pay all costs
attendant to the service except as otherwise provided herein.
CONTRACTOR shall abide by all rules and regulations of the utility
or authority having jurisdiction.

g. For the trailer campus located at the Collins Park WTP, a meter
bank is currently installed for construction site offices. The
CONTRACTOR is responsible for the meter set and power
consumption charges.

D. Sanitary Facilities:

1. CONTRACTOR shall furnish temporary sanitary facilities at the Site, as


provided herein, for the needs of all employees, subcontractors, and
others performing work or furnishing services on this Project.

2. Sanitary facilities shall be of reasonable capacity, properly maintained


throughout the construction period, and obscured from public view to the
greatest practical extent. If toilets of the chemically treated type are

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used, at least one toilet will be furnished for each 20 persons.
CONTRACTOR shall enforce the use of such sanitary facilities by all
personnel at the Site. Use of OWNER facilities is prohibited.

3. The toilets shall be maintained in clean and sanitary conditions.

4. The units shall be removed when they are no longer required.

5. Sanitary sewer connections are available in the Trailer Campus at the


Collins Park WTP for use by the CONTRACTOR. CONTRACTOR shall be
responsible for all costs associated with attaching to these connections.

1.06 BARRIERS, SIGNS, LIGHTS & SITE SAFETY

A. Provide, erect, and maintain barricades, suitable and sufficient warning lights,
and take all necessary precautions for the protection of the public. All
barricades and obstructions shall be illuminated at night for the full period of
reduced visibility and at least from one-half (1/2) hour before sunset to one-half
(1/2) hour after sunrise.

B. Provide barriers to prevent unauthorized entry to construction areas, to allow for


OWNER’S use of Site, and to protect existing facilities and adjacent properties
from damage from construction operations.

C. Protect non-owned vehicular traffic, stored materials, Site and structures from
damage.

D. All open trenches and other excavations shall have suitable barricades, signs,
and lights to provide adequate protection in accordance with applicable OSHA
requirements.

E. The CONTRACTOR shall employ guards for the work, when and as necessary to
provide site safety.

F. The CONTRACTOR shall erect and maintain such strong and suitable barriers,
signs, and warning lights as will effectively prevent accidents and injury to people
and property.

G. Adequate lighting shall be maintained whenever natural light is insufficient and


between one-half (1/2) hour before sunset and one-half (1/2) hour after sunrise.

H. The CONTRACTOR shall not leave any excavation open for any significant period
awaiting further work. Excavations shall be temporarily backfilled, resurfaced, if
applicable, with a temporary pavement passable to traffic, or protected via
other means acceptable to the PCM.

I. In addition to other safety requirements, a fence at least four (4) feet high shall
surround any excavation left open at the end of the workday.

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J. Construction safety measures shall comply with Department of Labor
Occupational Safety and Health Regulations for Construction.

1.07 MAINTAINING TRAFFIC

A. Conduct work so that inconvenience to OWNER and other work at the site is
minimized. At least limited traffic shall be permitted, except for those periods
when, because of actual construction, curing of concrete, etc., travel is
impossible, or when travel by the public is too hazardous.

B. At least one-half of the pavement width shall be left in passable condition when
pipes are being installed across access drives, streets or highways, unless
otherwise approved by the OWNER and PCM.

C. Prior to the start of construction, meet with and obtain the permission of the
OWNER prior to modifying traffic flow on any access drive or street and to
establish site-specific requirements including but not limited to schedule.

D. During construction, give the PCM/OWNER 48-hours prior notice of the


modification of traffic flow on any access drive or street, as earlier agreed upon
by the PCM/OWNER and CONTRACTOR.

E. Specific maintenance of traffic requirements for City of Toledo public streets shall
be in accordance with the City of Toledo Division of Transportation (419) 245-
1300. For areas outside of the City of Toledo, coordination with the local
jurisdiction will be required.

F. Detours: In the event that the traffic cannot be maintained on the alignment of
the original roadbed or pavement, CONTRACTOR shall, at its own expense,
construct and maintain a detour around the construction work. Each detour shall
include a bridge across the pipe trench and all necessary barricades, guardrails,
approaches, lights, signals, signs, and other devices and precautions necessary
for protection of the Work and safety of the public. All detours must be approved
by the authority having jurisdiction.

1.08 MAINTENANCE OF FLOW AND DRAINAGE

A. Maintain drainage in new and existing structures as required to protect the Work
and in accordance with the SWPPP Plan provided within the Drawings.

B. Maintain drainage on the Site where construction operations alter the existing
conditions.

C. Maintain excavations free of water. No water from excavations can be directly


discharged to storm or sanitary facilities or to surface water.

D. Provide, operate, and maintain pumping equipment.

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E. CONTRACTOR shall provide for drainage of storm water and such water as may
be applied or discharged on the Site in performance of the Work. Drainage
facilities shall be adequate to prevent damage to the Work, the Site, and
adjacent property.

F. Existing drainage channels and conduits shall be cleaned, enlarged, or


supplemented as necessary to carry all increased runoff attributable to
CONTRACTOR’s operations. Dikes shall be constructed as necessary to divert
increased runoff from entering adjacent property (except in natural channels), to
protect Owner’s facilities and the Work, and to direct water to drainage channels
or conduits. Ponding shall be provided as necessary to prevent downstream
flooding.

1.09 MAINTENANCE OF EXISTING OPERATIONS

A. The function of all existing piping systems, collection systems, treatment facilities,
and pumping facilities shall be maintained throughout the construction of the
Work. When construction requires interruption of any operation or function, the
CONTRACTOR(s) shall seek written approval from the OWNER through the PCM to
interrupt operations utilizing the Special Plant Accommodation form (SPA)
included in Specification 01040.

B. Unless approval for the interruption of the operation or function is secured in


writing, the CONTRACTOR(s) shall maintain continuous operation of the existing
systems and facility functions. This may include, but is not limited to bypass
pumping, overland piping, temporary treatment units, other temporary
equipment, auxiliary power, and supporting appurtenances.

C. All interruptions shall be kept to a minimum.

1.10 PROTECTION OF INSTALLED WORK

A. Protect installed work and provide special protection where specified in


individual Specifications Sections.

B. Provide temporary and removable protection for installed materials and


equipment. Control activity in immediate work area to prevent damage.

C. Provide protective coverings at walls, projections, jambs, sills, and soffits of


openings.

D. Protect finished floors, stairs, and other surfaces from traffic, dirt, wear, damage,
or movement of heavy objects, by protecting with durable sheet materials.

E. Prohibit traffic or storage upon water-proofed or roofed structures. If traffic or


activity is necessary, obtain instructions for protection from water-proofing or
roofing material manufacturer.

F. Prohibit Traffic from landscaped areas.


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1.11 TEMPORARY ACCESS ROADS

A. Construct and maintain temporary access roads accessing public thoroughfares


to serve construction areas when required. Temporary access roads shall be
constructed and maintained in accordance with Section(s) 01530 and as shown
on the Contract Documents. Provide and maintain access to fire hydrants, free
of obstruction.

B. Temporary road paving shall be provided and maintained on all pavements


disturbed by the Work. Suitable access roads for operating personnel and
deliveries shall be provided and maintained as required.

C. Provide means of removing mud from vehicle wheels before entering streets.

D. Existing on-site access roads and drives may be used for construction traffic as
approved by OWNER and PCM.

E. Existing access roads and drives will be reviewed by representatives of the PCM
and CONTRACTOR prior to construction to determine their condition and after
the Project is completed in order to determine the amount of restoration required
by CONTRACTOR.

F. All access and temporary roads where shown to be removed shall be removed
and restored as shown and to a condition equal to or better than the conditions
prior to the installation.

1.12 PROGRESS CLEANING AND WASTE REMOVAL

A. Provide waste containers, for all construction activities, of an appropriate size and
type to collect the type of waste being disposed. Containers shall include but
not be limited to, roll-off dumpsters, recycling receptacles and dumpsters, trash
receptacles, and hazardous waste receptacles.

1. Separate containers shall be provided when required. Containers shall be


clearly labeled.

2. Hazardous, unsanitary waste shall be handled in accordance with


federal, state, and local requirements.

B. Maintain areas free of waste materials, debris, and rubbish. Maintain Site in a
clean and orderly condition.

C. Remove debris and rubbish from pipe chases, plenums, attics, crawl spaces, and
other closed or remote spaces, prior to enclosing the space.

D. Broom and vacuum clean interior areas at start of surface finishing, and continue
cleaning to eliminate dust.

E. Collect
Collect and
and remove
remove waste
waste materials,
materials, debris,
debris, and
and rubbish
rubbish from
from Site
Site as
as needed
needed but
but
at
at a
a minimum
minimum of
of weekly
weekly and
and dispose
dispose off-site.
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F. Comply with the provisions of Chapter 753, Toledo Municipal Code, “Waste
Hauling Services”, to the extent it is applicable.

1.13 PROJECT SIGNS

A. Not required

1.14 CONTRACTOR’S FIELD OFFICES AND SHEDS

A. During the performance of this Contract, CONTRACTOR shall maintain a suitable


office at location designated in Contract Documents, which shall be the
headquarters of its representative authorized to receive drawings, instructions, or
other communications or articles.

1. Any communication given to the said representative or delivered at


CONTRACTOR’S office at the Site in the representative’s absence shall be
deemed to have been delivered to CONTRACTOR.

2. Copies of the Drawings, Specifications, shop drawings, health and safety


plan (HASP), subcontractor sign-off on HASP, safety training records, and
other Contract Documents shall be kept at CONTRACTOR’S office at the
Site and available for use at all times.

3. A set of record drawing shall be maintained in the CONTRACTOR’S field


office for use by the CONTRACTOR, OWNER, DESIGN PROFESSIONAL and
the PCM.

B. Office: Weather-tight, with lighting, electrical outlets, heating, cooling and


ventilating equipment, and equipped with sturdy furniture, drawing rack, drawing
display table, and other equipment and facilities deemed necessary by
CONTRACTOR.

C. Provide space for progress meetings, with table and chairs to accommodate six
(6) people.

D. The CONTRACTOR’S field office and sheds shall be in a location as approved by


the OWNER.

E. Refer to section 1.05 of this specification for temporary utilities.

1.15 PCM’S OFFICE

1. Submittals: Detailed list of office equipment and services to be provided.

2. Provide a weather-tight building (office) having floor space of not less


than 720 square feet and equipped with windows, electricity, heating
facilities, air conditioner, including a toilet, temporary sanitary facilities,
first aid kit, fire extinguisher, one (1) plan table, one (1) plan rack, four (4)
file cabinets, four (4) desks, two (2) drafting stools, four (4) bookcases (36-
inch by 30-inch by 10-inch), four (4) wastepaper baskets, one (1)

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conference table ( approximately 4-feet x 6-feet), four (4) metal storage
cabinet (approximately 3-feet by 2- feet by 6-feet-6-inch with lock), and
four (4) chairs for sole use of PCM.
3. The office shall have two (2) exterior doors minimum and adequate
window area. Windows shall be operable and fitted with insect screens,
Venetian blinds, 1-inch mesh #12 wire (minimum) security screens.
4. Furnish and maintain a multi-function device capable of network
connection for color copying, printing and scanning up to 11”x17” format
in PCM’S office and keep a sufficient supply of the proper sizes and types
of paper and toner cartridges for the machine. Each machine shall have
the following features:
5. Equip door with a lock in order to guard against loss of records,
instruments, equipment, clothing, etc.

6. Furnish all necessary electricity, fuel for the heating facilities, unlimited
high speed internet service with a minimum speed downstream/upstream
of 10-20 Mbps, and pay the cost of all services.
7. Office shall be at the same location as CONTRACTOR’S office but shall be
a separate facility.

8. Office shall be available and completely functional at the start of Work


and before Project staking.

9. Maintain office until Final Completion, or an earlier date when approved


by the PCM.

10. The office, including equipment and furnishings, shall be new or in used
condition acceptable to the OWNER/PCM.
11. The CONTRACTOR will provide weekly janitorial services to maintain the
office in a clean condition. Sanitary facility supplies will be provided by
the CONTRACTOR.
12. CONTRACTOR shall supply security for the trailer consisting of interior and
exterior security lighting, perimeter fencing of the field office, door latch
guards, and window security bars or screens.

1.16 FENCES

A. SECURITY FENCES. All existing fences and gates along the perimeter of the site are
required to maintain security. The security of the work site is of utmost importance.
CONTRACTOR must obtain written permission from the OWNER to open any
section of the security fence. Temporary security fencing suitable to OWNER must
be submitted for approval, approved an installed before removing any portion of
the existing security fence. Temporary and permanent fencing may be required
to secure the project site. Fencing shall be provided in accordance with Contract
documents. Under no circumstances shall the existing fence or any gates be
allowed to be open or unsecured overnight. Access shall be maintained in
accordance with Section 01040.

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B. OTHER FENCES. All existing fences affected by the Work shall be maintained by
CONTRACTOR until completion of the Work. Fences which interfere with
construction operations shall not be relocated or dismantled until written
permission is obtained from the owner of the fence, and the period the fence
may be left relocated or dismantled has been agreed upon. Where fences must
be maintained across the construction easement, adequate gates shall be
installed. Gates shall be kept closed and locked at all times when not in use.

1.17 PROTECTION OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY

A. CONTRACTOR shall protect all existing structures and property from damage and
shall shore, brace, support, and maintain all underground pipes, conduits, drains,
sprinklers, and other underground construction uncovered or otherwise affected
by its construction operations.

B. All pavement, surfacing, driveways, curbs, walks, buildings, utility poles, guy wires,
fences, and other surface structures affected by construction operations,
together with all sod and shrubs in yards, parkways, and medians, shall be
restored to their original condition, whether within or outside the easement. All
replacements shall be made with new materials.

1.18 DAMAGE TO EXISTING PROPERTY

A. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for any damage to existing structures, Work,


materials, or equipment because of his operations and shall repair or replace any
damaged structures, Work, materials, or equipment to the satisfaction of, and at
no additional cost to, OWNER.

B. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for all damage to streets, roads, curbs,


sidewalks, highways, shoulders, ditches, embankments, culverts, bridges, or other
public or private property, regardless of location or character, which may be
caused by transporting equipment, materials, or workers to or from the Work or
any part of site thereof, whether by CONTRACTOR or its subcontractors.
CONTRACTOR shall make satisfactory and acceptable arrangements with the
owner of, or the agency or authority having jurisdiction over, the damaged
property concerning its repair or replacement or payment of costs incurred in
connection with the damage.

1.19 TREE AND PLANT PROTECTION

A. Tree removal shall be coordinated with the City of Toledo, Division of Forestry for
trees located on City of Toledo property. Such coordination shall occur through
the OWNER and PCM.

B. All trees and other vegetation which must be removed to perform the Work shall
be removed and disposed of by CONTRACTOR; however, no trees or cultured
plants shall be unnecessarily removed unless their removal is indicated on the

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Drawings. All trees and plants not removed shall be protected against injury from
construction operations.

C. Trees considered by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL to have any significant effect on


construction operations are indicated on the Drawings and those which are to be
preserved are so indicated.

D. CONTRACTOR shall take extra measures to protect trees designated to be


preserved, such as erecting barricades, trimming to prevent damage from
construction equipment, and installing pipe and other Work by means of hand
excavation or tunneling methods. Such trees shall not be endangered by
stockpiling excavated material or storing equipment against their trunks.

E. Where trees designated to be preserved are injured beyond repair by


CONTRACTOR’s operations, or when removal and replacement is indicated on
the Drawings, each tree injured beyond repair or removed shall be replaced with
a similar tree of the nearest size possible.

F. All trimming, repair, and replacement of trees and plants shall be performed by
qualified nurserymen or horticulturists.

G. No trees may be removed during Indiana Bat mating season, between April 1
and September 1 of any year.

1.20 NOISE CONTROL

A. CONTRACTOR shall take reasonable measures to avoid unnecessary noise. Such


measures shall be appropriate for the normal ambient sound levels in the area
during working hours. All construction machinery and vehicles shall be equipped
with practical sound-muffling devices, and operated in a manner to cause the
least noise consistent with efficient performance of the Work.

B. During construction activities on or adjacent to occupied buildings, and when


appropriate, CONTRACTOR shall erect screens or barriers effective in reducing
noise in the building and shall conduct its operations to avoid unnecessary noise
which might interfere with the activities of building occupants.

1.21 DUST CONTROL

A. CONTRACTOR shall take reasonable measures to prevent unnecessary dust.


Earth surfaces subject to dusting shall be kept moist with water or by application
of a chemical dust suppressant. When practicable, dusty materials in piles or in
transit shall be covered to prevent blowing dust.

B. Buildings or operating facilities which may be affected adversely by dust shall be


adequately protected from dust. Existing or new machinery, motors, instrument
panels, or similar equipment shall be protected by suitable dust screens. Proper
ventilation shall be included with dust screens.

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1.22 HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING

A. Existing systems may be used for heating, cooling, and ventilating.

B. Temporary heating, cooling, and ventilating of areas while existing and new
permanent heating, cooling, and ventilating systems are out of service are
included in Sections 15500.

C. Gasoline burning heaters and open-flame heaters are prohibited.

D. Provide temporary heating, ventilating, and air conditioning as required for,


including but not limited to , the following:

1. Stored materials, equipment, and systems.

2. Protection of work in progress and completed work.

3. Curing and drying of installations.

4. Protection of OWNER’s facilities, equipment, and operations.

E. CONTRACTOR shall maintain temperatures and air conditions for the specified
duration required by the Contract Documents, manufacturers, or codes and
regulations.

1.23 CONFORMITY WITH DRAWINGS & SPECIFICATIONS

A. All Work shall conform to the lines, grades, cross sections, dimensions, and
directions shown on the Drawings and specified unless altered by the PCM. The
PCM shall approve in writing all alterations and deviations that are required or
desired.

B. Professional Engineers registered in the State of Ohio shall perform all field
engineering. Professional Surveyors registered in the State of the project location
shall perform all surveying. Engineers and Surveyors, acceptable to the DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL, shall submit Insurance Certificates giving evidence that they have
current Errors and Omissions insurance coverage. The CONTRACTOR'S Engineers
and Surveyors shall:

1. Unless performed by the OWNER verify and protect all survey control and
reference points before starting field construction work. If a survey control
or reference point is disturbed, notify the PCM prior to re-establishing. Any
discrepancies shall be promptly reported to the PCM for resolution.

2. Unless performed by OWNER, establish and periodically verify elevations,


lines, grades, and levels. Locate and lay out all improvements by
surveying or other appropriate instruments. Verify that all proposed
improvements are constructed on OWNER'S property and that dimensions,
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accordance with the Drawings. On unit price items, determine and certify
quantities for payment requests.

C. CONTRACTOR shall maintain a set of Contract Documents solely for use as the
Project Record Documents. The Project Record Documents shall note all
deviations from the original bid documents and reflect actual constructed
conditions. CONTRACTOR shall have Project Record Documents available at
each progress meeting to verify that deviations are being recorded as they are
encountered.

1.24 UNAUTHORIZED WORK

A. Work performed beyond the lines shown on the Drawings, specified, or ordered;
work done without being reviewed, final shop drawings or required inspection; or
any Extra work performed without written authorization will be considered
unauthorized work and will not be paid for under the provisions of the Contract.
Work so performed may be ordered removed at CONTRACTOR'S expense.

1.25 COOPERATION OF CONTRACTORS

A. The CONTRACTOR(s) shall plan and perform their work to minimize interference
with the operation of the OWNER, other contractors, utilities, and public facilities
on or near the Work.

B. The OWNER reserves the right to perform other work by contract or otherwise, and
to permit other public entities, utilities, or others perform work on or near the Work
site during the construction period. If a conflict arises that cannot be resolved by
the conflicting parties, the OWNER and PCM will determine when and how the
Work will proceed. Related claims of any nature by such parties will not be
considered.

1.26 CUTTING & PATCHING STRUCTURES AND BURIED IMPROVEMENTS

A. Where existing surface structures and buried improvements are shown on the
Drawings, their location, depth, configuration, and dimensions are believed to be
reasonably representative based on the data used in preparing the Drawings,
but such representations or the absence of representations are not guaranteed.
Such improvements are shown for general informational purposes and shall not
be construed to represent that in all cases, the improvements will be as shown on
the Drawings.

B. Where cutting and patching to structures or other buried improvements are


noted or required, examine and assess existing conditions prior to commencing
the Work, including elements subject to damage or movement during cutting
and patching. Beginning to cut or patch shall be CONTRACTOR'S acceptance of
existing conditions.

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1. PREPARATION

a. Provide temporary supports to ensure structural integrity of the


Work. Provide devices and methods to protect other
improvements from damage.

b. Provide protection from elements for areas that may be exposed


by uncovering work.

c. Maintain excavations safe and free of water.

2. CUTTING

a. Perform excavation and backfill as required in accordance with


Section 02200 and perform cutting and patching Work.

b. Uncover work to install improperly sequenced work.

c. Remove and replace defective or non-conforming work.

d. Remove samples of installed work for testing when requested.

e. Provide openings in the Work for the penetration of mechanical


and electrical work, and for other purposes.

f. Employ original installer or qualified equal to perform cutting for


weather exposed and moisture resistant elements, and
sight-exposed surfaces.

g. Cut rigid materials using masonry saw, core drill, or other


appropriate cutter. Pneumatic tools are not allowed without prior
approval.

3. PATCHING

a. Execute patching to complement adjacent Work.

b. Fit products together so they properly integrate with other Work.

c. Perform work using methods that avoid damage to other Work,


and that will provide appropriate surfaces to receive patching
and finishing.

d. Employ original installer or qualified equal to perform patching for


weather exposed and moisture resistant elements, and
sight-exposed surfaces.

e. Restore work with new products in accordance with requirements


of Contract Documents.

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f. Fit work air and water tight to pipes, sleeves, ducts, conduit, and
other penetrations through surfaces.

g. Refinish surfaces to match adjacent finish. For continuous surfaces,


refinish to nearest intersection or natural break. For an assembly,
refinish entire unit.

1.27 ASBESTOS ABATEMENT

A. If, during the progress of the Work, suspected asbestos-containing products are
identified, CONTRACTOR shall stop work in the affected area and engage an
asbestos abatement Subcontractor to verify the materials and, if necessary,
encapsulate, enclose, or remove and dispose of all asbestos in accordance with
current regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency and the U. S.
Department of Labor - Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the state
asbestos regulating agency, and any local government agency. Payment for
such work will be made by Change Order.

B. Subcontractor's Qualifications - The Subcontractor for asbestos abatement shall


be regularly engaged in this type of activity and shall be familiar with the
regulations which govern this work. The Subcontractor shall demonstrate to the
satisfaction of OWNER that it has successfully completed at least three asbestos
abatement projects, that it has the necessary staff and equipment to perform the
work, and that it has an approved site for disposal of the asbestos. Liability
insurance covering the asbestos abatement work shall be provided as specified
in the Supplementary Conditions.

C. Abatement Methods - The asbestos abatement Subcontractor shall submit a work


plan of its proposed abatement procedure to OWNER before beginning work
and shall certify that the methods are in full compliance with the governing
regulations. The work plan shall cover all aspects of the abatement, including
health and safety of employees and building occupants, hygiene facilities,
employee certification, clearance criteria, transportation and disposal, enclosure
techniques, and other techniques appropriate for the proposed work.

1.28 LEAD PAINT ABATEMENT

A. If, during the progress of the Work, suspected areas of lead paint are identified,
CONTRACTOR shall stop work in the affected area and engage an lead paint
abatement Subcontractor to verify the materials and, if necessary, encapsulate,
enclose, or remove and dispose of all materials in accordance with current
regulations of the Environmental Protection Agency and the U. S. Department of
Labor - Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the state asbestos
regulating agency, and any local government agency. Payment for such work
will be made by Change Order.

B. Subcontractor's Qualifications - The Subcontractor for lead paint abatement shall


be regularly engaged in this type of activity and shall be familiar with the
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regulations which govern this work. The Subcontractor shall demonstrate to the
satisfaction of OWNER that it has successfully completed at least three lead paint
abatement projects, that it has the necessary staff and equipment to perform the
work, and that it has an approved site for disposal of the asbestos. Liability
insurance covering the lead paint abatement work shall be provided as specified
in the Supplementary Conditions.

C. Abatement Methods - The lead paint abatement Subcontractor shall submit a


work plan of its proposed abatement procedure to OWNER before beginning
work and shall certify that the methods are in full compliance with the governing
regulations. The work plan shall cover all aspects of the abatement, including
health and safety of employees and building occupants, hygiene facilities,
employee certification, clearance criteria, transportation and disposal, enclosure
techniques, and other techniques appropriate for the proposed work.

1.29 CHEMICAL

A. Areas within the Chemical Building are exposed to Lima, Soda Ash, Fluoride, and
Polyphosphate dust.

B. Contractor to implement HASP plan when working around areas where chemical
dust has gathered.

1.30 ERECTION, INSTALLATION, AND REMOVAL OF TEMPORARY FACILITIES

A. Temporary facilities shall be placed in accordance with applicable laws, codes,


and regulations.

B. All temporary facilities shall be maintained to provide adequate service.

C. Existing equipment used for temporary services shall be restored to pre-


construction or better condition.

D. The installation shall comply with applicable requirement specified in the various
Divisions of this Project Manual.

E. The temporary system shall be maintained to provide continuous service.

F. At the completion of the project, all temporary materials and equipment shall be
completely removed.

G. Existing facilities use for temporary services shall be restored to pre-construction or


better condition.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 Provide products as required.

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PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 MAINTENANCE AND REMOVAL

A. Maintain temporary facilities and controls as long as needed for the safe and
proper completion of the Work.

B. Remove the temporary facilities and controls as rapidly as progress of the Work
will safely permit, or as directed by the PCM.

3.02 WATER CONTROL

A. Grade site to drain. Maintain excavations free of water. Provide, operate, and
maintain pumping equipment.

B. Protect site from ponding or running water. Provide water barriers as required to
protect site from soil erosion.

3.03 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL

A. See end of section.

3.04 NOTIFICATION OF UTILITY OWNERS

A. Not less than five (5) days in advance of commencing excavation, notify in
writing all utility companies, such as gas, water, electric power, transmission,
cable, and telephone, which have installations that could be disturbed by the
Work; and make proper provisions for locating, removing, relocating, or otherwise
protecting said installations. Make additional utility company contacts and
provisions to locate and protect utility company installations, as necessary, as the
Work progresses.

B. Unless shown on the Drawings or otherwise specified to be removed, protect or


relocate all active utility installations or improvements encountered by the Work.
Service interruptions should be avoided whenever possible but when
unavoidable, interruptions should be kept to a minimum. In such cases, promptly
notify all those affected.

C. If a utility installation or improvement is damaged, promptly notify those affected,


repair or replace to utility standards. Restore service as soon as possible at no
additional cost to OWNER.

D. If existing utilities are found to interfere with the permanent facilities being
constructed under this Section, immediately notify the PCM and secure
appropriate instructions.

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E. Do not proceed with the permanent relocation of utilities until written instructions
are received from the PCM.

3.05 LEAD PAINT

A. The structural steel of the Chemical Building is coated in a paint containing lead.
There is no paint removal required for the work associated with the project.

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TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Temporary Protection.

B. Temporary Lighting

1.03 TEMPORARY PROTECTION

A. The existing areas within the Chemical Building shall be protected from the ingress
of dust and water during the work.

B. Provide temporary protection of existing facilities, completed work and work in


progress from weather, and construction operations and OWNER’s operation(s).

1. Enclosures shall be weathertight where installed on exterior or exposure to


the exterior is emanate.

2. Enclosures shall include, but not be limited to, insulation, framing, safety,
and all appurtenances.

C. Provide temporary partitions in those areas listed in Part 3 and as shown on the
Drawings for the protection of existing facilities, completed work and work in
progress from migration of dust, hazardous materials, liquid(s), over spray,
splashing, fumes, and noise.

D. All temporary construction shall be in accordance with all federal, state, and
local codes.

E. Temporary construction shall not cause the OWNER and OWNER’s facilities or
operations to be in violation of any code or regulation.

F. The temporary protection shall provide a barrier between the bottom of the
precast concrete roofing planks and the interior of the building. The protection
shall not be placed lower than the acoustical ceiling support grid.

G. Support for the temporary protection shall be above the acoustical ceiling
support grid. Scaffolding support is not permitted.

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1.04 TEMPORARY LIGHTING

A. CONTRACTOR shall provide temporary lighting as required to maintain the


existing light intensity that is diminished due to the work.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 Coordination:

A. CONTRACTOR shall submit and receive approval of Temporary Protection


Coordination Plans and Narrative by the OWNER prior to commencing any
removal work. It shall include dust and HVAC control measures proposed for use,
proposed locations and proposed time frame for their operation. Further options
will be identified if the proposed measures are later determined to be
inadequate. The following shall be included:

1. Locations of dust control partitions at each phase of the work

2. HVAC system isolation schematic drawing

3. Location of proposed air filtration system discharge

4. Other dust control methods.

5. Procedures for clean-up and removal of the temporary protection.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 Coordination:

A. The water Treatment Plant is in operation 24-hours/day, 7-days/week therefore


CONTRACTOR shall coordinate installation, erection, removal, and maintenance
of temporary construction with the OWNER’s operations.

B. Equipment used for cleaning shall utilize HEPA filters.

C. Existing HVAC Equipment within the zone of construction shall have temporary
filters installed, and maintained, during the work. After the work has been
completed and all temporary protections removed the filters in the HVAC
equipment shall be replaced.

D. The three laboratories listed in the Schedule contain sensitive equipment and
testing procedures and shall be kept free of dust and construction debris.

E. Schedule:

1. Bacteriological Laboratory.

2. Quality Control Laboratory.

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3. Research/Prep Laboratory.

4. Lunchroom.

5. Office Spaces.

6. Reception Area

7. Control Room.

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SECTION 01600

PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Products.

B. Transportation and Handling.

C. Storage and Protection.

D. Material and Equipment Options.

E. Fabrication and Shop Priming.

F. Delivery, Storage and Handling.

G. Substitutes and “Or-Equal” Items.

1.03 PRODUCTS

A. “Products” mean new material, machinery, components, equipment, fixtures,


and systems forming the Work. “Products” does not include machinery and
equipment used for preparation, fabrication, conveying, and erection of Work.
“Products” may include existing materials or components required for reuse.

B. For the purpose of standardization, equipment of a specific type or for a specific


application shall be the products of one manufacturer whenever practical.

C. Do not use secondhand or salvaged products whether removed from existing


premises or from another source, except as specifically permitted by the
Contract Documents.

D. Provide interchangeable components of the same manufacture for components


being replaced.

E. American Iron and Steel Requirement:

1. Unless superseded by more restrictive requirements of project-specific


funding, the OWNER has implemented a “Buy American” requirement for
iron and steel products to be supplied for incorporation in this project by

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Ord. No. 122-92. For the purposes of this project, the following definitions
shall apply:

a. “Iron and Steel Products” may include, but not be limited to, the
following products made primarily of iron or steel: Lined or unlined
pipes, fittings and potable water distribution valves, manhole
covers and other castings, hydrants, tanks, flanges, pipe clamps
and restraints, and structural steel, including reinforcing steel
utilized in production of precast and cast in place concrete.

b. ”Primarily of Iron or Steel” is defined as being made of greater than


50% iron or steel, measured by material cost.

c. “Steel” means an alloy that includes at least 50 percent iron,


between .02 and 2 percent carbon and may include other
elements.

d. “Produced in the United States” means that all manufacturing


processes, including application of coatings, must take place
within the United States of America.

2. CONTRACTOR’s bid is to be based upon supplying American iron and


steel products as defined above.

3. A waiver may be issued by the OWNER where the OWNER finds:

a. That applying these requirements would be inconsistent with the


public interest;

b. Iron and steel products are not produced in the US in sufficient and
reasonably available quantities and of a satisfactory quality; or

c. Inclusion of iron and steel products produced in the US will


increase the construction cost of the project by more than 25
percent.

4. The following information, including other supporting documentation as


may be requested, shall be provided by the CONTRACTOR in writing if a
waiver is sought:

a. General waiver requests shall include the following information:

i. Description of the foreign and domestic construction


materials.

ii. Unit of measure.

iii. Quantity.

iv. Price.
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v. Time of delivery or availability.

vi. Name and address of proposed supplier.

vii. A detailed justification for the use of foreign construction


materials.

viii. Proof that a good faith effort to solicit quotes for domestic
iron and steel products has been undertaken.

b. Cost waiver requests shall include the following information:

i. Comparison of overall cost of project with domestic iron


and steel products to overall cost of project with foreign
iron and steel products.

ii. Documentation that a reasonable survey of the market


was made including the process for identifying suppliers
and a list of contacted suppliers.

c. Availability waiver requests shall include the following information:

i. Supporting documentation necessary to demonstrate the


availability, quantity, and/or quality of the materials for
which the waiver is requested.

ii. Supplier information or pricing information from a


reasonable number of domestic suppliers indicating
availability/delivery date for materials.

iii. Project schedule demonstrating impacts to the schedule.

d. It will be the OWNER’s or their designated representative’s


responsibility to make the sole determination regarding the
granting of a waiver. Unless additional information is requested of
the CONTRACTOR, the decision will be final.

1.04 TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING

A. Transport and handle products in accordance with manufacturer’s written


recommendations and instructions.

B. Promptly inspect shipments to ensure that products comply with requirements,


quantities are correct, and products are undamaged.

C. Provide equipment and personnel to handle products by methods that safely


prevent soiling, disfigurement, or damage.

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D. Delivery:

1. Deliver materials, supplies, and equipment to the Project Site during


construction working hours. Working hours are defined to be from 7:00 AM
to 4:00 PM.

2. No employee of the OWNER or the PCM is authorized to receive any


shipment designated for this Project.

3. Under no circumstances may deliveries be directed to or in care of the


OWNER or PCM.

4. Each CONTRACTOR, Subcontractor, manufacturer, or supplier furnishing


materials to the Site shall identify, ship, address, consign, etc. all such
materials to the CONTRACTOR who may be charged therewith by giving
the name of the CONTRACTOR, the name, and the address of the Project.

E. Unloading and Acceptance:

1. Deliver products in properly identified original packages or other


containers with unbroken seals and manufacturer’s labels, grade marks
and other means of identification in place.

2. Check each item for completeness of order, physical condition and


conformance to the Contract Documents. Reject products that do not
conform to the Contract Documents, or that have been damaged
beyond repair or restoration to original undamaged condition as
approved by the PCM.

3. CONTRACTOR is responsible for unloading all deliveries to the Site.

F. Any products later discovered to not conform to the Contract Documents shall
be removed from the Site immediately upon discovery.

1.05 STORAGE AND PROTECTION

A. Store and protect products in accordance with manufacturer’s written


recommendations and instructions.

B. Store with seals and labels intact and legible.

C. Store sensitive products in weather-tight, climate controlled enclosures in an


environment favorable to product.

D. For exterior storage of fabricated products, place on sloped supports above


ground.

E. Cover products subject to deterioration with impervious sheet covering. Provide


ventilation to prevent condensation and degradation of products.

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F. Store loose granular materials on solid, flat surfaces in a well-drained area.
Prevent mixing with foreign matter.

G. Provide equipment and personnel to store products by methods to prevent


soiling, disfigurement, or damage.

H. Arrange storage of products to permit access for inspection. Periodically inspect


to verify products are undamaged and are maintained in acceptable condition.

I. Provide lubricants and perform initial lubrication and all subsequent lubrication
until Substantial Completion. Lubricants and lubrication shall be in accordance
with equipment manufacturer’s instructions.

J. Store products utilizing means to prevent theft and vandalism.

K. Protection:

1. Protect products on Site to maintain the original product characteristics.

2. Protect all finished surfaces from damage during installation. Provide


protective devices as necessary and as recommended by the
manufacturer. Cover work subject to damage at the end of each day’s
work.

3. Coat concealed surfaces of metal products with bituminous or other


approved coating to prevent contact between dissimilar metals or other
materials that could cause deterioration.

4. Correct damage by repairing or replacing as required by the PCM.


Repairing will be permitted only where the repair is undetectable and
does not cause structural damage or interfere with proper functioning of
the part.

5. Protect the finish of all installed products until Substantial Completion of


the product by use of wrappings, covers, or other approved protective
devices. Remove such protection immediately prior to final cleaning.

L. On-Site Storage:

1. Store hazardous products in well ventilated areas in accordance with


applicable standards and governing laws.

2. Store materials off the ground and in a manner to prevent damage or


intrusion of moisture or other foreign matter.

3. Cover materials that may be damaged by weather, allowing for proper


circulation of air.

4. When possible, store materials inside a building.

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5. When storing materials in a building, stockpile materials in a manner that
will not overload the structure.

6. Store all materials in a manner immediately accessible for inspection.

7. Store small items in a secure area. When possible, do not deliver such
items until immediately prior to installation.

1.06 MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT OPTIONS

A. Materials and Equipment that are specified by Reference Standards (e.g.


“meeting AWWA C-500”) or by Description Only: Any material or equipment
meeting those Standards and descriptions shall be suitable.

B. Materials and Equipment Specified by Naming One or More Manufacturers: Any


materials and equipment of the manufacturers named that also meet the
Specifications shall be suitable; generally, no options or substitutions shall be
allowed.

C. Materials and Equipment Specified by Naming One or More Manufacturers with


an additional provision for “or equal”, “or approved equal” or “as approved”:
Submit a request for consideration of any unnamed manufacturer in accordance
with Article 1.08.

1.07 FABRICATION AND SHOP PRIMING

A. Fabricate all items in the shop insofar as possible. Where items cannot be
completely shop-fabricated and assembled for shipment, assemble and fit in
shop, disassemble, mark for field assembly, and ship. Identify parts in the field.
Fabricated items are to be straight, square, properly fitting, in proper alignment,
and with hairline joints where joints are required. Pre-plan field joints so they are as
inconspicuous as possible.

B. Properly prepare and shop prime or seal surfaces of all products that are to be
finish coated in the field. See Section 09900 PAINTING for requirements. Primer
shall be compatible with the finish coating the CONTRACTOR has received an
approved review for. If primer is not compatible with the finish coating product,
CONTRACTOR shall submit for review how he intends to remedy the issue. The
accepted remedy may require a barrier coat or complete removal of the primer,
before re-priming and finish coating.

1.08 SUBSTITUTES AND “OR-EQUAL” ITEMS

A. DESIGN PROFESSIONAL will consider requests for substitute, “or-equal”, or


“approved equal” and “as approved” items only within 30 calendar days after
the date of OWNER-CONTRACTOR Contract. Thereafter, requests to use a
substitute and “or-equal” item will be considered by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL only
with prior DESIGN PROFESSIONAL’s approval to submit a proposed substitute or
“or-equal item for consideration.
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B. Using the application forms that follow; submit a written application for any
proposed substitute or “or-equal” items. When submitting an application,
CONTRACTOR assumes all responsibility for all costs of changes that may be
required as a result of using the proposed item. Note all changes associated with
the proposed item in the Application.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION

Not used.

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APPLICATION FOR USE OF “OR-EQUAL” ITEM

TO:

PROJECT:

SPECIFIED ITEM:

Page Paragraph Description


A. The undersigned requests consideration of the following as an “or-equal” item in accordance with
Article 6.05 of the General Conditions.

B.
B. Change
Change in
in Contract
Contract Price
Price (indicate
(indicate +
+ or
or -)
-) $
$ __________________________________________________

C.
C. Attached
Attached data
data includes
includes product
product description,
description, specifications,
specifications, drawings,
drawings, photographs,
photographs, references,
references,
past
past problems
problems and
and remedies,
remedies, and
and performance
performance and and test
test data
data adequate
adequate forfor evaluation
evaluation ofof the
the
request;
request; applicable
applicable portions
portions of
of the
the data
data are
are clearly
clearly identified.
identified. For
For consideration
consideration of
of the
the attached
attached
data
data as
as SHOP
SHOP DRAWINGS,
DRAWINGS, submittal
submittal shall
shall be
be in
in accordance
accordance with with the
the requirements
requirements of
of Section
Section 01300.
01300.

D. Signature:

Firm:

Address:

Telephone: Date:

Attachments:

For use by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL:

Accepted as evidenced by affixed SHOP DRAWING REVIEW stamp.


Accepted as evidenced by included CHANGE ORDER.
Not accepted as submitted. See Remarks.
Acceptance requires completion of submittal as required for SHOP DRAWINGS.
Not accepted. Do not resubmit.

By: Date:

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APPLICATION FOR USE OF SUBSTITUTE ITEM

TO:

PROJECT:

SPECIFIED ITEM:

Page Paragraph Description

A. The undersigned requests consideration of the following as a substitute item in accordance with
Article 6.05 of the General Conditions.

B. Change in Contract Price (indicate + or -) $

C. Attached
Attached data
data includes
includes product
product description,
description, specifications,
specifications, drawings,
drawings, photographs,
photographs, references,
references,
past problems and remedies, and performance and test data adequate for evaluation of
past problems and remedies, and performance and test data adequate for evaluation of the
the
request;
request; applicable
applicable portions
portions of
of the
the data
data are
are clearly
clearly identified.
identified. For
For consideration
consideration of
of the
the attached
attached
data
data as
as SHOP
SHOP DRAWINGS,
DRAWINGS, submittal
submittal shall
shall be
be in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the requirements
requirements of
of Section
Section
01300.
01300.

D. Attached data also includes a description of changes to the Contract Documents that the
proposed substitution will require for its proper installation.

The undersigned certifies that the following paragraphs, unless modified by attachments are
correct:

1. The proposed substitute does not affect dimensions shown on Drawings.

2. The undersigned will pay for changes to the building design, including engineering design,
detailing, and construction costs caused by the requested substitution.

3. The proposed substitution will have no adverse effect on other contractors, the
construction schedule, or specified warranty requirements. (If proposed substitution
affects construction schedule, indicate below using + or -.)

CONSECUTIVE CALENDAR DAYS

4. Maintenance and service parts will be locally available for the proposed substitution.

The undersigned further states that the function, appearance, and quality of the proposed
substitution are equivalent or superior to the specified item, and agrees to reimburse the OWNER
for the charges of the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL and the PCM for evaluating this proposed
substitute item.

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E. Signature:

Firm:

Address:

Telephone: Date:

Attachments:

For use by DESIGN PROFESSIONAL:

Accepted as evidenced by affixed SHOP DRAWING REVIEW stamp.


Accepted as evidenced by included CHANGE ORDER.
Not accepted as submitted. See Remarks.
Acceptance requires completion of submittal as required for SHOP DRAWINGS.
Not accepted. Do not resubmit.

By: Date:

Remarks:

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SECTION 01650

STARTUP REQUIREMENTS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 SCOPE OF WORK

A. This Section covers startup requirements for all items of equipment and systems
including mechanical and electrical equipment.

B. Additional requirements may be specified in specific equipment specifications.

C. The requirements of this Section shall be satisfactorily completed prior to any field
tests specified in the specific equipment sections.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 GENERAL

A. Equipment shall not be operated except by, or with the guidance of, qualified
personnel having the knowledge and experience necessary to obtain proper
results. All items of equipment and systems shall be tested for proper operation,
efficiency, and capacity. All required adjustments, tests, operation checks, and
other startup activity shall be provided by qualified personnel. CONTRACTOR shall
be responsible for planning, supervising, and executing the installation of Work.

2.02 COORDINATION

A. CONTRACTOR shall coordinate all tests related to startup of equipment and


systems and shall report the results to DESIGN PROFESSIOANL in accordance with
the submittals section. CONTRACTOR shall accept the equipment and the test
results related to starting of equipment and systems before DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
will accept the equipment and the test results.

B. When equipment is ready for a witness test, CONTRACTOR shall give written
notice to DESIGN PROFESSIOANL at least 14 days before any offsite witness testing
is performed or any field witnessed performance testing, unless otherwise
specified.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 EQUIPMENT TESTS

A. Factory Tests:

1. When specified in the specific equipment sections, the equipment will be


test run at the point of manufacture and the test results will be delivered
to DESIGN PROFESSIONAL. Such equipment will not be shipped until
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL has reviewed the test results and advised the

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CONTRACTOR, in writing, that the equipment is acceptable for shipment.
Such acceptance, however, will not be considered as final acceptance,
which will only be made on the basis of the test results of the equipment
after installation.

B. Preliminary Field Tests:

1. All items of mechanical or electrical equipment shall be given a


preliminary field test by CONTRACTOR after installation for proper
operation, efficiency, and capacity. The preliminary field test shall consist
of the requirements listed herein, unless exceptions or additions are
indicated in the specific equipment sections.

2. Prior to beginning the Preliminary Field Tests the equipment


manufacturer’s representative shall inspect the installation of the
equipment. Said representative shall observe the entire test period. Upon
successful completion of the test the equipment manufacturer’s
representative shall provide a written acceptance of the equipment
installation and operation. An installation checklist, provided by the
manufacturer, shall be included. The equipment manufacturer’s
representative shall sign the written acceptance of the equipment
installation and operation.

3. CONTRACTOR’s test operation of each piece of mechanical equipment


shall continue for not less than 8 hours without interruption. All moving
parts of equipment and machinery shall be carefully tested for operation,
and adjusted so all parts move freely and function to secure satisfactory
operation. All equipment shall be tested continuously under actual or
simulated operating conditions. All parts shall operate satisfactorily in all
respects, under continuous full load and in accordance with the specified
requirements, for the full duration of the 8 hour test period. If any part of a
unit shows evidence of unsatisfactory or improper operation during the 8
hour test period, correction or repairs shall be made and the full 8 hour
test operation, as specified, shall be completed after all parts operate
satisfactorily.

4. Tests of all process and pumping equipment, drive motors, including


auxiliaries shall be made in accordance with the appropriate and
approved test codes such as the American Society of Mechanical
Engineers, Hydraulic Institute Standards, and IEEE.

5. Tests shall be conducted before the Work is substantially complete so


each item of equipment is ready for integrated operation with other
equipment at the plant. Testing, measuring, and calibrating procedures
shall be submitted to DESIGN PROFESSIOANL for review and acceptance
prior to startup and testing of equipment.

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6. The equipment shall be properly filled, by CONTRACTOR, with oil and
grease, and CONTRACTOR shall furnish all power, personnel, water,
chemicals, fuels, oil, grease, and auxiliaries necessary for conducting the
testing of the equipment for proper operation, efficiency, and capacity.

7. The period of inspection, initial startup operation, and field adjustment


shall be as needed to achieve satisfactory installation and operation of
the items furnished. Any period required for instruction of OWNER’s
personnel (training) shall be as specified in the Contract Documents.
Period of instruction of OWNER’s personnel shall not be included within the
period of inspection, initial startup operation, and field adjustment.

8. When the specific equipment sections indicate that an installation check


is required by the equipment manufacturer, the manufacturer’s
representative will make all necessary field adjustments and correct
defects in materials or workmanship during this test period.

9. All equipment installed under this Contract, including that furnished by


others, shall be placed into successful operation according to the written
instructions of the equipment manufacturer and the instructions of the
manufacturer’s field representative.

C. Field System Operation Test:

1. After all equipment is installed and the entire plant or system is ready to
operate, CONTRACTOR shall conduct a field system operation test. The
test shall consist of the requirements listed herein, unless exceptions or
additions are indicated in the specific equipment sections.

2. The test period shall be at least 7 days, and each system shall operate
under actual or simulated operating conditions before the certificate of
substantial completion of all construction Work is issued. All defects of
material, workmanship, or equipment which appear during this test period
shall be corrected by the CONTRACTOR. After such corrections are made,
the 7 day test shall be repeated before the certificate of substantial
completion of all construction Work is issued, unless waived by OWNER.

3. CONTRACTOR shall supply all power, water, oil, grease, auxiliaries, and
operating personnel required for this operation test.

4. When necessary for certain items of equipment, the final adjustments and
inspections will be made by factory trained service personnel (other than
sales representatives), rather than by CONTRACTOR. The service personnel
will also supervise the test operation. This requirement will be stated under
the detailed specification for the particular piece or pieces of equipment.
The manufacturer’s service personnel will make adjustments and supervise
testing by CONTRACTOR until such tests have been accepted by DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL.

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3.02 ACCEPTANCE

A. When no other field tests for acceptance are specified in the equipment
sections, at the end of the field system operation testing, each system will be
accepted if, in the opinion of DESIGN PROFESSIONAL and OWNER, it has
operated satisfactorily without excessive power use, wear, or need for lubrication,
or requiring undue attention; and if all its rotating parts operate without excessive
vibration or noise at any operating condition.

B. When other field tests for acceptance are specified in the equipment sections,
acceptance shall be after all tests are satisfactorily conducted as specified in the
appropriate equipment procurement specification.

C. Acceptance of Work in connection with the installation of equipment furnished


by others will be subject to approval of the manufacturer’s field representative.

D. Acceptance by OWNER or approval of the manufacturer’s field representative


will not relieve CONTRACTOR of responsibility for defective Work.

PART 4 SPECIAL PROVISIONS

4.01 STARTUP CHECKLIST FORM

A. A standard startup checklist form is attached to this Section. This form shall be
utilized for documenting the startup of all equipment. Acceptance of work in
connection with the installation of equipment will not be considered until this form
has been completed and submitted as part of a start-up report.

B. The startup checklist form shall be submitted in accordance with the submittal
requirements within Section 01300.

C. A certificate of substantial completion for all construction work will not be issued
until startup checklist forms have been received for all equipment.

D. The CONTRACTOR shall not be permitted to proceed onto a new Construction


Phase, as indicated by the scheduling requirements within Section 01310, until all
startup checklist forms from the current phase have been received.

END OF SECTION

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Submittal No. __________

Section __________

Do not combine multiple section s together

Unless required by Specifications

STARTUP CHECKLIST FORM


DATE: ________ COPIES: _________ DRAWING SHEET NO.: _____

Equipment: ________________________________________________________________________

Location __________________________________________________________________________

Manufacturer: ______________________________________________________________________

Manufacturer’s Representative, Position: ________________________________________________

Factory Test:

Test Required: __(Yes/No)___ Date of Test: ______________

Attach DESIGN PROFESSIOANL’s written acknowledgement that Equipment is Approved for


Shipment………..…( )

Preliminary Field Test(s):

Attach
Attach Manufacturer’s
Manufacturer's Checklist
Checklist for
for correct
correct installation
installation of
of equipment………………….………..…(
equipment. )

Confirm Oil/Grease at proper levels for testing/operation prior to test operation…………………....(


)

Attach Manufacturer’s Representative’s written acceptance of equipment


installation/operation..…( )

Test Operation for eight hours under actual or simulated conditions: __(Yes/No)___

Date of Test Operation: _____________ Any Part Improper Operation:


__(Yes/No)__

IfIf yes,
yes, attach,
attach, description
description of
of problem
problem and
and steps
steps taken
taken to
to correct……………………….…...(
correct.
)

Testing, Measuring, and Calibration Certificates Attached…………………………………….……( )

List specific field tests specifically required within section:

_________________________________________________________ Results attached….…..…..( )

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_________________________________________________________ Results attached……...…..( )

_________________________________________________________ Results attached……...…..( )

_________________________________________________________ Results attached….…..…..( )

Field System Operation Test:

Field System Operation Test has been conducted for seven days: __(Yes/No)___

Dates of Test: _____________ Any Part Improper Operation: __(Yes/No)__

IfIf yes,
yes, attach,
attach, description
description of
of problem
problem and
and steps
steps taken
taken to
to correct…………………….……...(
correct.
)

Training: A training date has been set for: ___________________________

By signing below, the manufacturer’s representative and CONTRACTOR are certifying that all of
the above and attached information is correct and that the equipment is installed correctly and
operating satisfactorily.

_____________________________________________________________

Manufacturer’s Representative’s signature date

_____________________________________________________________

CONTRACTOR’s signature date

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SECTION 01700

CONTRACT CLOSEOUT

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions, Division 1 General Requirements and Divisions 2
through 16 of the Technical Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

B. Section 01300 – Submittals.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Closeout Procedures.

B. Final Cleaning.

C. Adjusting.

D. CONTRACTOR’S Closeout Submittals to the PCM.

E. Final Adjustment of Accounts.

F. Final Application for Payment.

G. Instruction.

H. Warranties and Bonds.

1.03 CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES (see flow chart in Figure 01700-1)

A. A minimum of 60 days prior to the date anticipated for Substantial Completion


(SC), the Resident Project Representative (RPR) shall develop and then maintain
a List of Items that the CONTRACTOR must Complete/Correct (LICC) for
Substantial Completion to be granted. List shall be submitted to the PCM for
distribution. This list, as may be modified, will serve as a collaborative tool to
facilitate the identification and completion of remaining administrative and work
items required by the OWNER in order to grant Substantial Completion. Items to
be completed include but are not limited to the following:

1. Documented and acceptable Training of Owner Personnel.

2. Approval of the Final Operation and Maintenance Manuals.

3. Safe access to the Site is provided and security measures for the
completed Work are in place.

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4. Automatic and/or remote system control is operational.

5. All equipment and system testing has been completed, accepted,


documented and submitted.

6. Commissioning of the new systems has been completed, accepted,


documented and submitted.

7. Submission and acceptance of the Maintenance and Guarantee Bond.

8. All administrative and work items required for Substantial Completion that
have been documented in the “List of Items to be Completed/Corrected
for Substantial Completion” have been completed to the satisfaction of
the OWNER, Design Professional, and PCM.

B. The PCM, in coordination with OWNER, will further develop, maintain, and
distribute the amended initial List of Items to be Completed/Corrected.

C. Substantial Completion will be determined in accordance with Article 14.04 of


the General Conditions and per the following steps:

1. When CONTRACTOR believes he has completed the listed required work


in the most current List of Items to be Completed/Corrected,
CONTRACTOR shall request a Substantial Completion inspection from the
PCM. If the PCM finds any work incomplete, CONTRACTOR will be notified
of such remaining required work. When CONTRACTOR believes he has
completed the remaining work, he again shall request a Substantial
Completion inspection from the PCM. This process shall be continued until
all required work is completed.

2. Upon completion of all remaining required work, the PCM will recommend
that OWNER grant the Substantial Completion. Once OWNER agrees to
grant substantial completion of all or part of the project, a Certificate of
Substantial Completion (see Section 00625) will be issued by the PCM for
execution by the CONTRACTOR and OWNER.

3. Attached to this certificate will be an initial List of Items to be completed


for Final Completion (FC). This list, as may be amended, will identify all
administrative and work items required to be completed in order for
OWNER to grant Final Completion.

4. If funding from OWDA is involved with this project, the OWDA Contract
Completion Certificate, required for funding compliance, is to be
completed (see Section 00650-3).

5. Upon execution of the Certificate of Substantial Completion, the


CONTRACTOR shall return it to the PCM with the “Maintenance and
Guarantee Bond” as defined in Section 00615.

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6. The “List of Items to be Completed/Corrected for Final Inspection and
Final Completion” (Punch List) shall also include an itemization of all
administrative actions and documents that must be complied with and
submitted during the “60-day Project Close-out Period”. These are
referred to as “Project Close-out Items required for Final Payment”.

7. Failure of the CONTRACTOR to complete the” Project Close-out Items


required for Final Payment” within the Project Close-out Period will result in
an administrative fee of $100 for each calendar day beyond the Project
Close-out Period.

8. After the granting of Substantial Completion, the amount of monies


retained will be reduced from 4% of the contract value being held at that
time to 150% of the value of the remaining administrative and
construction work (as determined by the PCM) plus the pre-determined
amount for Project Close-out Documentation as defined in the Contract
(Section 00500).

D. The date for Final Completion will be the date upon which all administrative and
work items in the List of Items to be Completed/Corrected for Final Inspection and
Final Completion are determined to be completed to the satisfaction of the PCM
and OWNER. At this point, the monies retained will be reduced to the pre-
determined amount for Project Close-out Documentation as defined in the
Contract (Section 00500).

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E. A 60-day Project Close-out Period will start on the day after the Final Completion
date. During this time period, the CONTRACTOR will comply with and submit all
documentation required by Contract to the OWNER. This documentation
includes, but is not limited to, the following:

1. Affidavits of Waiver of Liens from the CONTRACTOR, all subcontractors


and all suppliers (Section 00625A).

2. Final Minority Business Utilization Report (Section 00620B).

3. Final DBE Affidavits of Subcontractor Payment (Section 00620C).

4. Final Application for Payment and Back-up (Section 00620A).

5. Provide submittals to the OWNER that are required by governing or other


authorities.

F. Upon review of the Close-out Documentation, the PCM will issue the Notice of
Acceptability of Work, Form 00950 included with Administrative Forms.

G. Upon acceptance of the Project Close-out Documentation outlined above and


the Notice of Acceptability of Work, the OWNER will release payment of the
remaining monies retained and the project will be closed.

1.04 FINAL CLEANING

A. Execute final cleaning prior to final Project Inspection.

B. Clean Interior and exterior glass surfaces exposed to view; remove temporary
labels, stains and foreign substances; polish transparent and glossy surfaces.

C. Clean fixtures to a sanitary condition with cleaning materials appropriate to the


surface and material being cleaned.

D. Clean permanent filters or replace disposable filters of operating equipment in


accordance with equipment manufacturer's instructions for normal equipment
maintenance.

E. Clean debris from roofs, gutters, downspouts, and drainage systems.

F. Clean Site; sweep paved areas, rake clean landscaped surfaces.

G. Remove waste and surplus materials, rubbish, and construction facilities from the
Site.

1.05 ADJUSTING

A. Adjust operating products and equipment to ensure smooth, proper, and


unhindered operation.

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1.06 CONTRACTOR'S CLOSEOUT SUBMITTALS TO THE PCM

A. Closeout submittals shall include, but are not necessarily limited to:

1. Project Record Documents:

a. Record Drawings.

b. Operation and maintenance data for items so listed in pertinent


other Sections of these Specifications, and for other items when so
directed by the PCM.

c. Warranties, bonds, and special guaranties.

d. Keys and keying schedule.

e. Spare parts and materials.

2. Evidence of compliance with requirements of governmental agencies


having jurisdiction including, but not necessarily limited to:

a. Certificates of Inspection.

b. Certification of Occupancy.

c. Certificates of Insurance for products and completed operations.

d. Evidence of payment of all subcontractors, material suppliers, and


laborers having a just claim, and the release of all associated liens.

e. List of subcontractors, service organizations, and principal vendors,


including names, addresses, and telephone numbers where they
can be reached for emergency services at all times including
nights, weekends, and holidays.

1.07 FINAL ADJUSTMENT OF ACCOUNTS

A. Submit a final statement of accounting to the PCM.

B. The Statement shall reflect all adjustments to the Contract Sum:

1. The original Contract Sum.

2. Additions and deductions resulting from:

a. Previous Change Orders.

b. Allowances.

c. Unit Prices.

d. Deductions for assembly, installation, uncorrected Work.


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e. Penalties and Bonuses.

f. Deductions for liquidated damages.

g. Deductions for re-inspection payments.

h. Other adjustments.

3. Total Contract Sum, as adjusted.

4. Previous payments.

5. Sum remaining due.

C. The PCM will prepare a final Change Order, reflecting approved adjustments to
the Contract Sum that were not previously made by Change Orders.

1.08 FINAL APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT

A. The CONTRACTOR shall submit the final Application for Payment in accordance
with procedures and requirements stated in the Conditions of the Contract.

1.09 INSTRUCTION

A. The CONTRACTOR shall instruct the OWNER'S personnel in the proper operation
and maintenance of systems, equipment, and similar items which were provided
as part of the Work.

B. Refer to Section 01300 for training material submittals and requirements.

1.10 WARRANTIES AND BONDS

A. Provide duplicate copies.

B. Execute and assemble transferable warranty documents from subcontractors,


suppliers, and manufacturers.

C. Submit Maintenance and Guarantee Bond (Section 00615) with the executed
Certificate of Substantial Completion.

D. All Equipment Warranties are to be included in the Final O&M Manuals.

E. For items of Work delayed beyond date of Substantial Completion, provide


updated submittal within 10 days after acceptance, listing date of acceptance
as start of warranty period.

F. Requirements for warranties extending beyond two-years after substantial


completion, including but not limited, to Maintenance and Guarantee Bond, are
described in the General Conditions, the Supplementary Conditions and
individual Sections of these specifications.

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G. Manufacturer's limitations and disclaimers shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR from
warranty obligations under the Contract Documents.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION

Not used.

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RECORD DRAWINGS CONTENTS LIST

The following is a list of items to use when compiling Record Drawings. A general rule to follow
when compiling Record Drawings is that any important deviations from original Drawings made
during construction shall be noted on Record Drawings.

I. TITLE SHEET

A. Prime Contractor - Name and Address.


1. Any Major Subcontractors - Name and Address.
B. Resident Project Representative.
C. Buried or concealed materials used on Project.
D. For all valves, indicate the number of turns to open and indicate direction to open
(clockwise or counter-clockwise).
E. A bold note to indicate that the set of plans are “Record Drawings”.

II. WATER AND FORCE MAIN CONSTRUCTION

A. Show unusual connections to existing mains in detail. (Schematic, where necessary).


B. Show correct horizontal alignment and grade, including centerline elevations for all
mains installed to grade.
C. Show correct stationing of tees, bends (horizontal and vertical), valves, air release
valves, blow-off chambers.
D. Show perpendicular distances from hydrant to water main and from hydrant to watch
valve. If connection to water main is by a parallel or over the main tee, so indicate this
on the Record Drawings.
E. Show correct beginning and ending stationing and type of encasement pipes. Note
type of annular space fill material used.

III. PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION

A. Show correct top and invert elevations for catch basins, inlets, M.H.'s installed where
changes are greater than 0.25 feet.
B. Show corrected stationing and horizontal location dimension for all piping and
structures.

IV. SEWER CONSTRUCTION

A. Show distance between manholes. (Center to center of M.H. lids to the nearest foot).
B. Show correct elevations for inverts and manhole tops (inverts to the nearest hundredth
and tops to the nearest tenth).
C. Show correct stationing for manholes.
D. Show correct horizontal location dimension for sewers.
E. Show references for all service connections as follows:
1. Distance of wye to downstream M.H.
2. Horizontal distance of service connection end to downstream M.H.
3. Perpendicular distance from main to service connection.
4. Elevation of service connection invert.
F. Show correct beginning and ending stationing and type of encasement pipes. Note
type of annular space fill material used.

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V. BUILDING/STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

A. Show changes in location of fences, buildings and permanent benchmark elevations.


B. Show changes in building dimensions greater than 3 inches and note changes in
construction materials.
C. Add notes on Drawings to refer to Shop Drawings where possible to identify changes in
structural steel, etc.
D. Show major changes in location of equipment. Add notes on Drawings to refer to Shop
Drawings for detail changes in equipment.
E. Show changes in schematics.
F. Show major changes in grading plan.
G. For yard piping, show changes in location, material, elevation and size. Indicate the
type of piping support in excavated areas. For manholes and catch basins, show
changes in location and elevation.

VI. ELECTRICAL WORK

A. Revise the following on Record Drawings:


1. Accurately record final routing of all ductbanks and handhole locations including
dimensions from buildings or other fixed objects as reference points.
2. Overhead circuits and pole line locations as applicable.
3. Show actual locations of grounding electrodes.
4. Show all panels, control stations, load centers, etc., locations.
5. Revise motor control center elevation views as required.
6. Show branch circuit arrangements on a typed legend for panelboards provided
under this Project. Correct existing field legends where modifications are made to
existing panelboards.
7. Revise control schematics to reflect final electrical identification for wire numbers,
terminal numbers, components, etc.
8. Revise one-line diagram as required.
9. Revise process and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID), if applicable.
B. Revise the following Shop Drawing submittals to indicate as-built conditions:
1. Layout drawings.
2. Motor control centers.
3. Variable frequency controllers.
4. Instrumentation systems.
5. Control panels.

VII. PLUMBING

A. Show changes in schematics.


B. Show changes in location, size and materials.
C. Show major changes in location of equipment.
D. Reference Shop Drawings using notes on Record Drawings when needed to determine
construction details. Provide reproducible copies of erection drawings prepared by
Contractor or suppliers.
E. Update detail sheets with details actually used. Add and delete details to reflect actual
details utilized.
F. For underground items, provide Record Drawings with information required in Items II, IV,
V, IX.

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VIII. HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

A. Show changes in schematics.


B. Show changes in location, size and materials for ductwork and piping.
C. Show major changes in location and dimensions of equipment.
D. Reference Shop Drawings using notes on Record Drawings when needed to determine
construction details. Provide reproducible copies of control drawings and erection
drawings prepared by Contractor or suppliers.
E. Update detail sheets with details actually used. Add and delete details to reflect actual
details utilized.
IX. For underground items, provide Record Drawings with information required in Items II, IV, V,
and X.

X. DETAIL SHEETS

A. Any details not used or not applicable shall be so noted. Example - If three alternates
for pavement are on detail sheet, the two not used shall be so noted. (Box and cross
out unused details).

XI. ALL CONSTRUCTION (WATER MAIN, FORCE MAIN, PAVEMENT, SEWER AND BUILDING)

A. Denote any area where any existing utility was repaired, replaced, located, or
relocated. Show correct location if plan location was incorrect.

B. Note and accurately locate all existing underground utilities encountered during
construction, whether shown on Drawings or not.

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AFFIDAVIT

FOR RECORD DRAWINGS

____________________________________, Contractor on ______________________________________________________


(Contractor) (Project title per Contract Documents)

_________________________________________________,, hereby
_____________________________________________ hereby certifies that the
certifies that the enclosed
enclosed Record
Record Drawings show
Drawings show
all
all changes
changes made
made during
during construction,
construction, as
as specified
specified under
under RECORD
RECORD DOCUMENTS
DOCUMENTS in in Section
Section 01700
01700 of
of the
the
Contract
Contract Documents.
Documents.

By: ____________________________________________________
Contractor (Authorized Signature)

____________________________________________________

Sworn to and subscribed before me this ____________ day of _______________________, ______.

____________________________________________________
NOTARY PUBLIC

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List of Items to be Completed/Corrected for Substantial Completion

This list is being supplied as an aid to assist the CONTRACTOR in identifying the remaining work to be performed.  This is not to be construed as 
This list is being supplied as an aid to assist the CONTRACTOR in identifying the remaining work to be performed. This is not to be construed as
an exhaustive list since many items are still general in nature.  The RPR/PCM on site will be updating this list as required and issuing it to all 
an exhaustive list since many items are still general in nature. The RPR/PCM on site will be updating this list as required and issuing it to all
parties.  This updating will include additional items as they become apparent and the verification of completed items as they occur.  
parties. This updating will include additional items as they become apparent and the verification of completed items as they occur.

Date Verified 
Date Verified Verified By  
Verified By
No. 
No. Item Description 
Item Description
Complete 
Complete Initials 
Initials
Project Close‐out Items required for Substantial Completion and Substantial Payment 
Project Close-out Items required for Substantial Completion and Substantial Payment

1      

2      

3      

4      

5      
Administrative Items required for Substantial Completion  
Administrative Items required for Substantial Completion

1      

2      

3      

4      

5      
Work Items required for Substantial Completion 
Work Items required for Substantial Completion

1      

2      

3      

4      

5      
 

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List of Items to be Completed/Corrected for Final Inspection and Final Completion

This list is being supplied as an attachment to the Certificate of Substantial Completion and identifies the remaining work to be performed to 
This list is being supplied as an attachment to the Certificate of Substantial Completion and identifies the remaining work to be performed to
prior to Final Inspection and to achieve Final Completion. The RPR/PCM on site will be updating this list as required and issuing it to all parties.  
prior to Final Inspection and to achieve Final Completion. The RPR/PCM on site will be updating this list as required and issuing it to all parties.
This updating will include additional items as they become apparent and the verification of completed items as they occur.  
This updating will include additional items as they become apparent and the verification of completed items as they occur.

Date Verified 
Date Verified Verified By 
Verified By
No. 
No. Item Description 
Item Description
Complete 
Complete Initials 
Initials
Project Close‐out Items required for Final Payment 
Project Close-out Items required for Final Payment

1      

2      

3      

4      

5      
Administrative Items required for Final Inspection 
Administrative Items required for Final Inspection

1      

2      

3      

4      

5      
Work Items required for Final Inspection 
Work Items required for Final Inspection

1      

2      

3      

4      

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SECTION 01740

WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of this Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections apply to this section.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Scope.

B. Work Included.

C. Definitions.

D. Submittals.

E. Warranty Terms and Coverage.

1.03 SCOPE

A. This section provides procedures and requirements for warranting the Work. The
enumerated warranties herein shall in no way abrogate any implied warranties as
associated with goods and supplies under this Contract.

1.04 WORK INCLUDED

A. Preparation of Warranties for submittal.

B. Requirements for the content and submittal of Warranties.

C. Warranty repairs and replacements.

1.05 DEFINITIONS

A. Warranty:

1. There is a two year warranty required for this Work from the date of
Substantial Completion unless otherwise noted in subsequent individual
specification sections; all are made to OWNER.

B. CONTRACTOR’s Express Warranty:

1. A formal statement that the CONTRACTOR warrants to the OWNER that


materials and equipment furnished under the Contract are of good
quality and new unless otherwise required or permitted by the Contract
Documents, that the Work is complete and fully functional, and that any
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failure to conform to these stipulations, or the occurrence of any defects
or failures in the Work, shall be remedied by the CONTRACTOR. Work not
conforming to these requirements, including substitutions not properly
approved and authorized shall be considered defective. The
CONTRACTOR’s Express Warranty excludes remedy for damage or defect
caused by abuse, improper or insufficient maintenance, improper
operation, or normal wear and tear under intended usage. If required by
the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, the CONTRACTOR shall furnish satisfactory
evidence as to the kind and quality of materials and equipment furnished.
The CONTRACTOR shall be aware that the CONTRACTOR’s Express
Warranty is the warranty upon which the OWNER chiefly relies to insure
integrity and serviceability of the Work.

1.06 SUBMITTALS

A. Content of Warranty – The Warranty shall contain, as applicable:

1. Effective starting date and end date of the Warranty period.

2. Statement of the terms and conditions of the Warranty, if any.

3. Statement that all Operating and Maintenance information has been


provided.

4. Statement that the equipment or system has been reviewed and


accepted.

5. Statement that the OWNER’s personnel have been properly trained in the
Operation and Maintenance of the equipment or system.

6. Certification by the CONTRACTOR and/or Manufacturer that the


statements noted above is true and correct. A person authorized to sign
documents on behalf of the CONTRACTOR shall sign this certification.

PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 WARRANTY TERMS AND COVERAGE

A. Term or Period:

1. The CONTRACTOR’s Express Warranty shall extend for two (2) calendar
years from the date of Substantial Completion of the Work or acceptance
date of the product or portion of the Work thereof, whichever is the later
date unless otherwise noted in subsequent individual specifications.

B. CONTRACTOR’s Responsibilities:

1. During the Warranty period, the CONTRACTOR is responsible for repair or


replacement of all failures and defects exclusive of ordinary and routine

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maintenance and failures directly traceable to the lack thereof. This
requirement shall be thoroughly explained by the CONTRACTOR to all
prospective equipment suppliers.

2. The provisions of any Warranties, terms of sale, etc. by suppliers or


subcontractors shall not be substituted for this requirement, except where
such provides an extended Warranty beyond the requirements of this
Section.

PART 3 EXECUTION

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SECTION 01800

GENERAL COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENTS

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 RELATED DOCUMENTS

A. Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions,


Supplementary Conditions (if included), and other Division 1 Specifications
Sections, apply to this Section.

B. Section 01300 – Submittals.

C. Section 01310 – Construction Progress Documentation.

D. Section 01600 – Product Requirements.

1.02 SECTION INCLUDES

A. Summary.

B. Definitions.

C. Submittals.

D. Examination and Verification of Condition.

E. Preparation.

F. Conduct of Start-up and Commissioning.

G. Quality Control.

H. Commissioning Flow Chart.

1.03 SUMMARY

A. Starting, testing, and operating the completed Work including systems and
equipment until Substantial Completion is achieved and operation of the
completed Work including systems or equipment are accepted by the OWNER.
CONTRACTOR shall cooperate and coordinate with the PCM in the operation,
maintenance, and adjustment of the Work.

B. All Work under this Section shall be scheduled according to Section 01310,
Construction Progress Documentation.

1.04 DEFINITIONS

A. Commissioning: Commissioning is the series of activities, or process, necessary to


ensure that systems and equipment are designed, installed, functionally tested,
started up and capable of being operated and maintained to perform in
conformity with the design intent for the facility improvements. Commissioning
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includes, but is not limited to, factory testing, field testing, dry testing, wet testing,
performance testing, manufacturer’s checkout, start-up, and Operational
Demonstration.

B. Factory Testing: Factory Testing is performance testing, operation testing, or


documentation verification conducted in the production facilities, or specialized
test facilities, of the equipment supplier. Such testing shall conform to the
requirements of the individual sections of the Contract Documents. “Witnessed”
Factory Testing shall mean that the testing is witnessed by the OWNER or its
designated representative.

C. Field Testing: Field testing is performance testing, operation testing, or


documentation verification conducted in the field after installation and
Manufacturer’s checkout, to provide comparison with the results obtained in the
factory testing. Field testing is the responsibility of the CONTRACTOR and shall be
coordinated with the PCM.

D. Dry Testing: Dry testing is performed by the CONTRACTOR without introducing


either process material or other test material into the component, system, or unit
process. Dry testing will be witnessed by the PCM.

E. Wet Testing: Wet testing is testing performed by the CONTRACTOR utilizing test
material in the component, system, or unit process. Tankage shall be filled with
test material to operating level. Wet testing will be witnessed by the PCM.

F. Performance Testing: Performance testing is performed by the CONTRACTOR to


demonstrate system performance in accordance with the Project Manual
requirements. Performance testing will be witnessed by the PCM.

G. Manufacturer’s Check-Out: Field inspection, testing, adjustments, and sign off by


the approved representative of the Manufacturer, indicating that the
component, system, or unit process meets the manufacturer’s requirements.

H. Start-Up: Narrowly defined as placing a component, system, or unit process on-


line. Start-up can be a commissioning activity or a normal operating activity.

I. Operational Demonstration: A commissioning activity performed by the


CONTRACTOR wherein the CONTRACTOR operates and maintains a fully
functional component, system, or unit process for a period of time after stable
operation has been achieved.

1.05 SUBMITTALS

A. Quality Control Submittals:

1. Field Installation Reports – Submit reports by Manufacturer’s


Representative in accordance with Paragraph 3.04 of this Section.

B. Commissioning Documentation: CONTRACTOR shall prepare and submit all


documentation for review and approval. The documentation shall include, but
not be limited to, the following:

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1. Certification by the preparer that he/she is the person responsible for the
documentation submitted and that the data contained therein is
authentic and accurate.

2. Certification by the CONTRACTOR or equipment or unit process systems


supplier that the equipment or the unit process system to be
commissioned was successfully factory tested in compliance with the
specified operating conditions, properly installed in accordance with
manufacturer’s instructions and that the equipment or unit process
systems are suitable for Performance Testing.

3. Pertinent background information shall include, but not be limited to, the
following:

a. Equipment or Unit Process System Started-Up and Commissioned.

b. Start-Up and Commissioning dates.

c. Items or performance criteria tested clearly showing requirements


and field data that verify requirements were met.

d. Names of witnesses for Start-Up and Commissioning.

e. Any repairs, corrections, or modifications required for the


equipment or unit process systems to successfully complete Start-
Up and Commissioning.

f. Loop diagrams accurately depicting the installed condition of


instrumentation and controls.

g. Any other important background information.

4. Appendix

a. A summary of all data used in the calculation, including source,


formulas with all terms defined.

b. Calculations for all data submitted, fully defined.

c. Copies of all raw field data sheets, including those indicating


sampling point locations, and notes.

d. Production and operational data.

e. Calibration procedures and work sheets for sampling equipment.

f. Copies of calibration records for instrumentation.

g. PLC Ladder logic documented with comments.

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PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 EXAMINATION AND VERIFICATION OF CONDITION

A. The CONTRACTOR shall inspect systems and equipment prior to each start-up and
verify their readiness for start-up. Conditions hazardous to equipment or personnel
shall be corrected by the CONTRACTOR prior to start-up of equipment.

1. Start-up operations shall not proceed using temporary power or


temporary instrumentation and control wiring. All electrical and control
connections shall be permanent and complete, and all such electrical
components and equipment fully functional.

2. Use of repair parts during start-up operations will not be permitted, except
in such situations where the actual on-site verification of such repair parts’
operability is specified.

3. The CONTRACTOR shall verify that all initial copies of the Operations and
Maintenance Manuals or Operations and Maintenance Data have
received an acceptable disposition.

B. Attached at the end of this section is a typical Commissioning Flowchart to help


guide the commissioning process and responsibilities of the CONTRACTOR and
the PCM. The Flowchart identifies the CONTRACTOR’s work tasks beginning at the
submittal stage and ending with record documents. Also included are the roles
and responsibilities for the DESIGN PROFESSIONAL, Professional Construction
Manager (PCM), and the City’s Plant staff. It is anticipated that in some instances,
not all tasks will be applicable to every project.

C. The typical Commissioning Flowchart found at the end of this Section may be
replaced with specific system commissioning flowcharts prepared by the PCM.
The flowcharts will coordinate processes, equipment, and schedule dates
(provided by the CONTRACTOR) where applicable. Specific flowcharts will be
modified to remove any tasks not required by the Contract Documents.

D. After successful completion of Start-Up with test liquids and test materials, use
process liquids and residuals for commissioning the equipment and unit process
systems to show the equipment and unit process systems function properly.
Commissioning shall confirm the proper operation of the equipment and unit
process systems with process fluids and process solids, adjustments shall be made,
and the equipment or unit process systems shall be optimized and brought into
compliance with design criteria in preparation for Operational Demonstration.

E. Planning and Coordination of Activities with PCM: The CONTRACTOR shall


coordinate all Start-Up and Commissioning activities for equipment and unit
process. The CONTRACTOR shall develop a detailed Start-Up and Commissioning
plan that includes the following as a minimum:

1. Detailed Start-Up and Commissioning sequence of activities.


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2. Listing of staff and responsibilities for activities.

3.02 PREPARATION

A. Prior to start-up of equipment or systems, all necessary test equipment shall be in


place and operable.

B. Approved representative(s) of the Manufacturer and CONTRACTOR shall be


present for the initial start-up of systems or equipment.

C. The CONTRACTOR shall request permission to start-up equipment, including


electrical gear, and notify the PCM of the start-up through the use of the current
version of the standard form titled: Start-Up Request. This form is attached at the
end of this section.

1. The start-up request notification shall be submitted to the PCM a minimum


of 72 hours before the scheduled start-up. Requests shall be made during
normal working hours.

2. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all information in the first Section of the
Start-Up Request form.

3. The PCM will indicate approval or disapproval of the request.

4. Approval of the request is based solely on impact on plant operations.


Approval does not relieve the CONTRACTOR of any responsibility for plant
and personnel safety.

5. The CONTRACTOR shall obtain the approved Start-Up Request prior to the
system or equipment start-up.

6. If training is to be conducted in conjunction with the start-up this should


be indicated on the Start-Up Request form.

D. Normal installation checks, such as for rotation, are not considered start-ups and
do not normally require start-up notification. For all equipment and systems so
designated in the Contract Documents, or so designated by the PCM, such
checks shall be under the supervision of the approved representative of the
manufacturer, and shall be reviewed by the PCM.

1. All electrical apparatus that is energized shall be clearly marked.

3.03 START-UP AND COMMISSIONING

A. Start-up:

1. All initial start-ups of equipment or systems shall be performed under the


technical direction of the approved representative of the manufacturer.

2. Any lack of readiness of associated systems or failure of a system or


equipment previously started prior to the date of Final Completion of the
Project shall require additional initial start-up service to be performed,
under the direction of the approved representative of the manufacturer.
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3. The CONTRACTOR shall repair, replace or modify any equipment or
system which fails to perform as specified in the Contract Documents.
Such repair, replacement or modification of deficient work shall be
performed under the terms of the General Conditions.

B. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for commissioning all work. Final


acceptance shall be by the PCM and OWNER.

C. The CONTRACTOR is responsible for the performance and operation of the


systems and equipment during commissioning.

D. When OWNER personnel are operating systems or equipment during the


Performance Testing period or any other operational demonstrations, the
CONTRACTOR shall make available, at all times, persons knowledgeable about
the systems or equipment, to direct the OWNER personnel, through the PCM, in its
operation.

E. The CONTRACTOR shall make all adjustments and corrections necessary to


achieve normal, stable operation of systems.

F. Any failures of equipment or systems operated under the direction of the


CONTRACTOR shall be considered deficiencies and shall be corrected in
accordance with Article 13 of the General Conditions.

G. The CONTRACTOR shall attend commissioning meetings as called by the PCM.

H. During the Operational Demonstration period, and at other times, the work will be
in service and on-line. Therefore:

1. The CONTRACTOR shall not commence, resume, terminate, or suspend


the operations of a component, system, or unit process without first
notifying and obtaining the permission of the OWNER and only in a
sequence and manner suitable to the OWNER.

2. The CONTRACTOR shall immediately, on a 24 hour per day, 7 day per


week basis, adjust or repair any malfunction in the work.

3. The CONTRACTOR shall not start-up, shut down, adjust, or otherwise alter
the operation of any component, system, or unit process without the
permission of the OWNER except in the case of an emergency and in
accordance with Article 13 of the General Conditions.

I. Refer to Section 01300 for specific training requirements.

3.04 QUALITY CONTROL

A. Reports of the Approved Representative of the Manufacturer:

1. The approved representative of the manufacturer shall prepare a daily


report on each site visit for each system or item of equipment inspected,
adjusted, started-up, or worked on.

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LEGEND
LEGEND AND
AND NOTES:
NOTES:

Notes:
Notes:
Note
Note 11 60
60 day
day notice
notice for
for tentative
tentative travel
travel itinerary
itinerary
Note
Note 22 21
21 day
day notice
notice ofof detailed
detailed travel
travel itinerary
itinerary and
and aa description
description of
of activities
activities
Note
Note 33 22 days
days prior
prior to
to departure,
departure, CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR to to submit
submit preliminary
preliminary factory
factory
test
test results
results
Note
Note 44 22 days
days following
following thethe test,
test, CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR to to submit
submit factory
factory test
test results
results
Note
Note 55 33 days
days prior
prior to
to start-up
start-up of of any
any equipment,
equipment, submitsubmit aa Start-up
Start-up Request.
Request.
Note
Note 66 33 days
days ofof wet
wet testing
testing under
under design
design operating
operating conditions
conditions
Note
Note 77 Prior
Prior to
to equipment
equipment delivery,
delivery, submit
submit and and receive
receive acceptable
acceptable
disposition
disposition for
for preliminary
preliminary O&Ms O&Ms
Note
Note 8
8 77 days
days notice
notice for
for field
field verification
verification of of O&Ms
O&Ms
Note
Note 9
9 60
60 days
days prior
prior to
to the
the first
first training
training activity
activity submit
submit aa schedule
schedule for
for all
all
Contract
Contract required
required training
training
Note
Note 10
10 45
45 days
days notice
notice for
for scheduling
scheduling training
training
Note
Note 11
11 30
30 days
days of of Operational
Operational Demonstration
Demonstration (OD) (OD)
Note
Note 12
12 33 days
days following
following anyany site
site visit
visit by
by the
the equipment
equipment supplier,
supplier, submit
submit a a field
field
report
report

Legend:
Legend:
DP
DP Design
Design Professional
Professional
PCM
PCM Professional
Professional Construction
Construction Manager
Manager
OD
OD Operational
Operational Demonstration
Demonstration
O&M
O&M Operations
Operations and
and Maintenance
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START
START UP
UP REQUEST
REQUEST No.
No. _________
PROJECT
PROJECT NO.NO. 28507B
28507B
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Building Renovations
Renovations

Contractor's Name
System or Equipment
Name

Building or Location
System or Equipment
Specification Section

Purpose of Start-Up
(Check) □‫ٱ‬ Initial Training

□ Operational Demonstration

Adjustment

Date of Start-Up
□ Other

Time of Start-Up
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Delivered to PCM
Date Time

Contractor's Signature__________________________________________________________
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Received by PCM: /
Date Time

PCM
PCM Signature
Signature
Plant
Plant Manager
Manager oror Designee
Designee
Signature
Signature
Construction
Construction Project
Project Manager’s
Manager's
Signature
Signature

Start-Up
Start-Up Request
Request Approved
Approved | | Disapproved

Date Returned to the /


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MANUFACTURER'S REPRESENTATIVE'S REPORT COVER SHEET
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Contractor Spec No.

Name of Manufacturer Date of Visit

Address Phone No.

Name of Representative

Address Phone No.

Fax No.

Note: Manufacturer's Representative's Report should include the following


information, at a minimum. (Use separate pages, as required)

1) Describe purpose of visit.

2) Describe equipment examined.

3) Recommendations, if any.

4) Certification that equipment is installed in a manner acceptable to


the Manufacturer and is ready for start-up.

5) Is return visit required? If yes, dates and time scheduled?

6) Demonstrate that equipment functions as intended by Contract


Documents. If not, identify problems and recommend solutions.

7) Signature of Representative and the date.

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SECTION
SECTION 01810
01810

AUDIO-VIDEO
AUDIO-VIDEO RECORDING
RECORDING

PART l GENERAL
GENERAL

1.01
1.01 SCOPE
SCOPE

A.
A. Under
Under this
this Section
Section the
the CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall
shall furnish
Turnish all
all personnel,
personnel, transportation,
transportation,
recording
recording equipment,
equipment, power,
power, and
and materials
materials to to produce
produce color
color audio-video
audio-video
records
records ofoT existing
existing topography
topography along
along all
all pipeline
pipeline routes
routes and
and designated
designated haul
haul
roads,
roads, in
in designated
designated residences,
residences, and
and as
as directed.
directed.

1.02
1.02 SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE OF
OF WORK
WORK

A.
A. Unless
Unless otherwise
otherwise directed
directed in
in writing
writing by
by the
the DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL,
PROFESSIONAL, video
video
recording
recording shall
shall be
be scheduled
scheduled in
in conformance
conformance with
with the
the following:
following:

1.
1. No
No recording
recording shall
shall be
be started
started on
on any
any portion
portion of the work
oTthe work until
until that
that portion
portion
of the work
oTthe work is
is under
under Contract
Contract unless
unless otherwise
otherwise directed
directed by
by the
the OWNER.
OWNER.

2.
2. Recording
Recording shall
shall not
not precede
precede excavation
excavation for
Tor construction
construction by
by more
more than
than
three
three months.
months.

3.
3. Video
Video recording
recording shall
shall be
be performed
performed only
only when
when foliage
foliage is
is visible
visible on
on trees,
trees,
except
except as
as authorized
authorized by
by the
the DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL.
PROFESSIONAL.

4.
4. Video
Video recording
recording shall
shall not
not be
be performed
performed when
when more
more than
than 10
10 percent
percent of
oT
the
the ground
ground is
is covered
covered with
with snow
snow or
or leaves,
leaves, unless
unless authorized
authorized by
by the
the
OWNER.
OWNER.

B.
B. Before
Before proceeding
proceeding with
with the
the work
work the
the audio-video
audio-video recording,
recording, CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall
shall
consult
consult with
with the
the DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL concerning
concerning the
the following:
following:

1.
1. Scheduling
Scheduling recording
recording to
to precede
precede construction.
construction.

C.
C. All
All recording
recording shall
shall be
be completed
completed on on aa section
section of oT Contract
Contract before
before the
the
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR starts
starts excavation
excavation or
or places
places material
material or
or equipment
equipment in
in that
that section.
section.

D.
D. In
In areas
areas where
where public
public utilities
utilities are
are to
to be
be relocated
relocated oror replaced,
replaced, a
a second
second audio-
audio­
video
video recording
recording shall
shall be
be made
made after
after the
the public
public utility
utility has
has concluded
concluded their
their work
work
but
but before
before the
the CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR commences
commences operations.
operations.

E.
E. The
The OWNER
OWNER shall
shall obtain
obtain permission
permission for
for the
the recording
recording crew
crew toto enter
enter private
private
property
property not
not included
included in
in an
an easement.
easement. The
The CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall
shall give
give the
the OWNER
OWNER
sufficient
sufficient prior
prior notice
notice to
to obtain
obtain the
the permission.
permission.

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1.03 DEFINITIONS
DEFINITIONS

A.
A. Audio-Video
Audio-Video Recording
Recording -- Zone
Zone ofof Influence
Influence -- Shall
Shall include
include producing
producing audio-video
audio-video
records
records asas specified
specified herein
herein for
for the
the zone
zone ofof influence.
influence. The
The zone
zone of
of influence
influence shall
shall
be
be defined
defined as as all
all surface
surface area
area within
within street
street right-of-ways
right-of-ways or
or easements
easements in in which
which
project
project is
is to
to be
be installed
installed or
or within
within areas
areas 50
50 feet
feet onon each
each side
side of
of a
a proposed
proposed utility
utility
centerline,
centerline, whichever
whichever is is greater,
greater, and
and additional
additional features
features in
in contiguous
contiguous areas
areas as as
specified
specified oror directed.
directed.

B.
B. Audio-Video
Audio-Video Recording
Recording of of Buildings
Buildings -- Entering
Entering -- Shall
Shall include
include moving
moving audio-video
audio-video
equipment
equipment into
into buildings
buildings or
or residences
residences (including
(including attached
attached oror separate
separate garages)
garages)
designated
designated byby the
the DESGIN
DESGIN PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL for for the
the purpose
purpose ofof recording
recording existing
existing
conditions
conditions therein.
therein.

C.
C. Audio-Video
Audio-Video Recording
Recording of of Building
Building -- Panels
Panels -- Shall
Shall include
include audio-video
audio-video recording
recording
of
of designated
designated panels
panels of
of buildings.
buildings. Panel
Panel as
as used
used herein
herein shall
shall mean
mean the
the full
full surface
surface
of
of a
a room
room wall,
wall, ceiling,
ceiling, or
or floor
floor or
or the
the outer
outer side
side of
of a a building
building not
not viewable
viewable in in any
any
zone
zone of
of influence
influence recording.
recording.

1.04
1.04 SUBMITTALS
SUBMITTALS

A.
A. Submittals
Submittals shall
shall be
be in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the requirements
requirements of
of Section
Section 01300
01300 and
and
shall
shall include:
include:

1.
1. Shop
Shop Drawings
Drawings for
for Review:
Review:

a.
a. Provide
Provide a
a minimum
minimum of
of four
four copies
copies of
of the
the video.
video.

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2.01
2.01 AUDIO-VIDEO
AUDIO-VIDEO RECORDING
RECORDING

A.
A. Displays
Displays -- All
All video
video shall,
shall, by
by electronic
electronic means,
means, display
display (visible
(visible on
on the
the playback
playback
viewer)
viewer) continuously
continuously and and simultaneously
simultaneously generated
generated transparent
transparent digital
digital
information
information which
which shall
shall include
include the the date
date and
and time
time ofof recording,
recording, as as well
well as
as the
the
corresponding
corresponding planned
planned station
station numbers.
numbers. The
The date
date information
information shall
shall contain
contain thethe
month,
month, day,
day, and year. The
and year. The time
time information
information shall
shall consist
consist of
of hours,
hours, minutes,
minutes, and
and
seconds,
seconds, separated
separated by by punctuation
punctuation marks.
marks. Below
Below thethe stationing,
stationing, periodic
periodic
transparent
transparent alpha/numeric
alpha/numeric information
information shall
shall appear.
appear. TheThe information
information shall
shall consist
consist
of
of the
the name
name of of the
the project,
project, name
name of of area
area covered,
covered, direction
direction ofof travel,
travel, viewing
viewing
side,
side, and
and any
any other
other pertinent
pertinent data.
data.

2.02
2.02 AUDIO-VIDEO
AUDIO-VIDEO OUTPUTTING
OUTPUTTING

A.
A. Audio-video
Audio-video recording
recording shall
shall be
be aa digital
digital file
file format
format such
such as
as MPEG,
MPEG, MP3,
MP3, MP4,
MP4,
Wave
Wave or
or WMV
WMV oror other
other current
current standard
standard file
file formats
formats as
as approved
approved by
by DESIGN
DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL.
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B. The
The electronic
electronic file
file organization
organization shall
shall reasonably
reasonably match
match the
the project
project stationing
stationing with
with
file
file names
names including
including the
the station
station number
number and
and street
street names.
names.

C.
C. The
The electronic
electronic files
files shall
shall be
be stored
stored on
on a
a single
single solid
solid state
state memory
memory device,
device, suchsuch as
as
a
a DVD
DVD disc
disc or jump/thumb drive,
or jump/thumb drive, external
external hard
hard drive.
drive. Solid
Solid state
state memory
memory devices
devices
shall
shall have
have a a USB
USB forfor connection
connection to to a
a computer.
computer. TheThe memory
memory volume
volume on on the
the
storage
storage device
device shallshall be
be adequate
adequate to to store
store the
the electronic
electronic video
video files
files in
in an
an
unzipped
unzipped capacity
capacity alongalong with
with any
any associated
associated oror embedded
embedded datadata files.
files.

2.03
2.03 AUXILIARY
AUXILIARY LIGHTING
LIGHTING

A.
A. Auxiliary
Auxiliary lighting
lighting shall
shall be
be used
used wherever
wherever necessary
necessary to
to ensure
ensure clarity
clarity of
of picture.
picture.

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EXECUTION

3.01
3.01 PERSONNEL
PERSONNEL

A.
A. The
The work
work shall
shall be
be performed
performed by
by competent
competent personnel
personnel with
with knowledge
knowledge of of the
the
procedures
procedures and
and methods
methods to
to produce
produce satisfactory
satisfactory records
records as
as specified
specified herein.
herein.

3.02
3.02 PRODUCTION
PRODUCTION

A.
A. Recording
Recording shall
shall be
be composed
composed in in such
such aa manner
manner that
that Filming
Filming shall,
shall, in
in general,
general,
proceed
proceed in
in the
the direction
direction of
of the
the project
project stationing.
stationing.

B.
B. Recorded
Recorded Contents:
Contents:

1.
1. Video
Video recordings
recordings shall
shall be
be supported
supported by
by appropriate
appropriate audio
audio description
description
simultaneous
simultaneous with
with the
the visual
visual coverage.
coverage.

2.
2. All
All houses
houses oror buildings
buildings and
and other
other readily
readily recognizable
recognizable objects
objects as
as required
required
shall
shall be
be identified
identified visually
visually and
and audibly
audibly in
in such
such a
a manner
manner that
that they
they can
can bebe
referenced
referenced to to the
the stationing
stationing of
of the
the project.
project. Objects
Objects selected
selected shall
shall be
be at
at
intervals
intervals not
not exceeding
exceeding 100 100 lineal
lineal feet
feet and
and shall
shall include
include all
all houses
houses and
and
buildings
buildings identified
identified by
by house
house numbers.
numbers.

3.
3. Within
Within the
the zone
zone ofof influence,
influence, the
the recording
recording shall
shall include
include but
but not
not be
be limited
limited
to
to all
all sidewalks,
sidewalks, driveways,
driveways, ditches,
ditches, parkways,
parkways, lawns,
lawns, inlets,
inlets, culvert
culvert pipe
pipe
ends,
ends, trees,
trees, shrubs,
shrubs, fences,
fences, houses,
houses, and
and buildings
buildings that
that could
could conceivably
conceivably
be
be affected
affected by by the
the CONTRACTOR’s
CONTRACTOR'S operations.
operations. TheThe audio
audio shall
shall call
call
attention
attention toto existing
existing cracks
cracks oror uneven
uneven areas
areas inin walks
walks and
and driveways,
driveways,
damaged
damaged lawns,lawns, trees
trees or
or shrubbery,
shrubbery, broken
broken or or missing
missing inlet
inlet castings,
castings,
deteriorated
deteriorated fences,
fences, and,
and, where
where feasible,
feasible, broken
broken oror plugged
plugged culvert
culvert
pipes.
pipes.

4.
4. Within
Within street
street right-of-ways,
right-of-ways, the
the recording
recording shall
shall include
include but
but not
not be
be limited
limited to
to
all
all pavement,
pavement, curbs
curbs and
and inlets,
inlets, mailboxes,
mailboxes, traffic
traffic signs,
signs, and
and street
street signs.
signs.
The
The audio
audio shall
shall call
call attention
attention to
to damaged
damaged mailboxes,
mailboxes, signs,
signs, curbs
curbs andand
inlet
inlet castings.
castings. Damaged
Damaged areas
areas inin pavements
pavements over
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pavements
pavements scheduled
scheduled for
for resurfacing
resurfacing need
need not
not be
be referred
referred to
to in
in the
the
audio.
audio.

5.
5. Audio-video
Audio-video recording
recording forfor designated
designated residences
residences shall
shall include
include
documentation
documentation of of surface
surface conditions
conditions inside
inside and
and outside
outside of
of the
the building
building
prior
prior to
to starting
starting project
project construction.
construction.

C.
C. Control
Control of
of Picture
Picture Quality
Quality - The
The camera
camera carrier
carrier shall
shall travel
travel at
at a
a low
low speed
speed toto
ensure
ensure against
against blur
blur or
or distortion
distortion of
of the
the recorded
recorded pictures.
pictures. A
A maximum
maximum rate
rate of
of 48-
48-
feet
feet per
per minute
minute is
is recommended.
recommended.

3.03
3.03 OWNER
OWNER REVIEW
REVIEW

A.
A. As
As the
the audio-video
audio-video recording
recording work
work progresses,
progresses, the
the CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shallshall deliver
deliver
completed
completed sections
sections toto the
the OWNER
OWNER and and DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL.
PROFESSIONAL. TheThe OWNER
OWNER and and
DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL shallshall review
review the
the recordings
recordings and
and determine
determine ifif they
they are
are
acceptable
acceptable forfor clarity
clarity and
and coverage.
coverage. TheThe recording
recording may
may bebe rejected
rejected ifif the
the
picture
picture is
is of
of poor
poor quality
quality (i.e.,
(i.e., blurred,
blurred, distorted,
distorted, too
too light,
light, too
too dark,
dark, improper
improper
color),
color), insufficient
insufficient coverage,
coverage, poorpoor audio,
audio, oror does
does notnot meet
meet specified
specified
requirements.
requirements.

B.
B. The
The area
area of
of rejected
rejected recording
recording shall
shall be
be rerecorded
rerecorded by
by the
the CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR and
and
reinserted
reinserted in
in the
the electronic
electronic file
file in
in the
the proper
proper sequence.
sequence.

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SPECIAL PROVISIONS
PROVISIONS

Not
Not used.
used.

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AUDIO-VIDEO
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RECORDING OF
OF UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND INFRASTRUCTURE
INFRASTRUCTURE

PART l GENERAL
GENERAL

1.01
1.01 SCOPE
SCOPE

A.
A. This
This Section
Section includes
includes thethe requirements
requirements for
Tor audio-video
audio-video documentation
documentation of
oT
underground
underground facilities.
Facilities.

B.
B. The
The Contractor
Contractor shall
shall provide
provide personnel,
personnel, transportation,
transportation, recording
recording equipment,
equipment,
power,
power, and
and materials,
materials, to
to produce
produce color
color audio-video
audio-video records
records of
oT existing
existing or
or new
new
underground
underground pipelines,
pipelines, structures,
structures, designated
designated service
service pipes
pipes and
and as
as directed.
directed.

C.
C. The
The Contractor
Contractor shall
shall provide
provide traffic
traffic control,
control, flow
Flow control,
control, by-pass
by-pass pumping
pumping and
and
cleaning
cleaning of
oT underground
underground pipelines,
pipelines, structures
structures and
and designated
designated service
service pipe
pipe in
in
order
order to
to produce
produce audio-video
audio-video documents.
documents.

1.02
1.02 SCHEDULE
SCHEDULE OF
OF WORK
WORK

A.
A. Before
Before proceeding
proceeding with
with the
the work
work the
the audio-video
audio-video recording
recording contractor
contractor shall
shall
consult
consult with
with the
the DESIGN
DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
PROFESSIONAL concerning
concerning the
the following:
following:

1.
1. Scheduling
Scheduling recording
recording to
to precede
precede construction.
construction.

B.
B. The
The OWNER
OWNER will
will obtain
obtain permission
permission for
for the
the recording
recording crew
crew to
to enter
enter private
private property
property
not
not included
included in in an
an easement.
easement. The
The Contractor
Contractor shall
shall provide
provide aa schedule
schedule of
oT
locations
locations 30
30 days
days inin advance
advance of oT work.
work. The
The Contractor
Contractor shall
shall coordinate
coordinate access
access
with
with OWNER
OWNER and
and adhere
adhere to
to the
the schedule.
schedule.

1.03
1.03 DEFINITIONS
DEFINITIONS

A.
A. Audio-Video
Audio-Video Recording
Recording shall
shall include
include producing
producing audio-video
audio-video records
records of
oT the
the area
area
within
within the
the underground
underground infrastructure
infrastructure as
as designated
designated and
and as
as specified
specified herein.
herein.

1.04
1.04 SUBMITTALS
SUBMITTALS

A.
A. Submittals
Submittals shall
shall be
be in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the requirements
requirements of
oT Section
Section 01300
01300 and
and
shall
shall include:
include:

1.
1. Shop
Shop Drawings
Drawings for
for Review:
Review:

a.
a. Provide
Provide a
a minimum
minimum of two copies
oTtwo copies of the video.
oTthe video.

2.
2. Information
Information for
for the
the Record:
Record:

a.
a. The
The CONTRACTOR
CONTRACTOR shall
shall submit,
submit, prior
prior to
to starting
starting work,
work, at
at his
his own
own
expense,
expense, a
a sample
sample color
color USB
USB flash
flash or
or USB
USB hard
hard drives
drives meeting
meeting the
the
contract
contract requirements
requirements and
and upon
upon request,
request, must
must submit
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three
three letters
letters of
of reference
reference for
for the
the audio-video
audio-video firm
firm pertinent
pertinent to
to the
the
performance
performance and and satisfactory
satisfactory completion
completion of
of color
color audio-video
audio-video
projects
projects from
from various
various municipalities.
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2.01
2.01 AUDIO-VIDEO
AUDIO-VIDEO RECORDING
RECORDING

A.
A. Picture
Picture Quality
Quality -- Video
Video output
output from
from camera(s)
camera(s) shall
shall be
be produced
produced at
at a
a minimum
minimum of
of
720
720 by
by 480
480 resolution.
resolution. Camera(s)
Camera(s) shall
shall also
also produce
produce optimum
optimum color
color imagery
imagery with
with
a
a minimum
minimum ofof 20-foot-candles
20-foot-candles ofof illumination.
illumination.

B.
B. Displays
Displays -- All
All video
video shall,
shall, by
by electronic
electronic means,
means, display
display (visible
(visible on
on the
the playback
playback
viewer)
viewer) continuously
continuously and and simultaneously
simultaneously generated
generated transparent
transparent digital
digital
information
information which
which shall
shall include
include the the date
date and
and time
time ofof recording,
recording, as as well
well as
as the
the
corresponding
corresponding planned
planned station
station numbers.
numbers. The
The date
date information
information shall
shall contain
contain thethe
month,
month, day,
day, and year. The
and year. The time
time information
information shall
shall consist
consist of
of hours,
hours, minutes,
minutes, and
and
seconds,
seconds, separated
separated by by punctuation
punctuation marks.
marks. Below
Below thethe stationing,
stationing, periodic
periodic
transparent
transparent alpha/numeric
alpha/numeric information
information shall
shall appear.
appear. TheThe information
information shall
shall consist
consist
of
of the
the name
name of of the
the project,
project, name
name of of area
area covered,
covered, direction
direction ofof travel,
travel, viewing
viewing
side,
side, and
and any
any other
other pertinent
pertinent data.
data.

2.02
2.02 AUDIO-VIDEO
AUDIO-VIDEO OUTPUTTING
OUTPUTTING

A.
A. Audio-video
Audio-video recording
recording shall
shall be
be aa digital
digital file
file format
format such
such as
as MPEG,
MPEG, MP3,
MP3, MP4,
MP4,
Wave
Wave or
or WMV
WMV oror other
other current
current standard
standard file
file formats
formats as
as approved
approved by
by DESIGN
DESIGN
PROFESSIONAL.
PROFESSIONAL.

B.
B. The
The electronic
electronic file
file organization
organization shall
shall reasonably
reasonably match
match the
the project
project stationing
stationing with
with
file
file names
names including
including the
the station
station number,
number, street
street names
names and
and manhole
manhole numbers
numbers with
with
distances
distances measured
measured fromfrom entry
entry to
to exit
exit manholes.
manholes. The
The system
system shall
shall start
start at
at the
the
lower
lower end
end of
of sections
sections ofof the
the planned
planned system
system and
and proceed
proceed upstream,
upstream, completing
completing
one
one section
section before
before starting
starting another.
another.

C.
C. The
The electronic
electronic files
files shall
shall be
be stored
stored on
on aa single
single solid
solid state
state memory
memory device,
device, such
such as
as
a jump/thrum drive,
a jump/thrum drive, external
external hard
hard drive.
drive. The
The solid
solid state
state memory
memory device
device shall
shall have
have
a
a USB
USB for
for connection
connection to to a
a computer.
computer. The
The memory
memory volume
volume on on the
the storage
storage device
device
shall
shall be
be adequate
adequate to to store
store the
the electronic
electronic video
video files
files in
in an
an unzipped
unzipped capacity
capacity
along
along with
with any
any associated
associated or or embedded
embedded datadata files.
files.

2.03
2.03 AUXILIARY
AUXILIARY LIGHTING
LIGHTING

A.
A. Auxiliary
Auxiliary lighting
lighting shall
shall be
be used
used wherever
wherever necessary
necessary to
to ensure
ensure clarity
clarity of
of picture.
picture.

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EXECUTION

3.01
3.01 PERSONNEL
PERSONNEL

A.
A. The
The work
work shall
shall be
be performed
performed by
by competent
competent personnel
personnel with
with knowledge
knowledge of of the
the
procedures
procedures and
and methods
methods to
to produce
produce satisfactory
satisfactory records
records as
as specified
specified herein.
herein.

3.02
3.02 PRODUCTION
PRODUCTION

A.
A. Recording
Recording shall
shall be
be composed
composed in
in such
such a
a manner
manner that:
that:

1.
1. Filming
Filming shall,
shall, in
in general,
general, proceed
proceed in
in the
the direction
direction of
of the
the planned
planned
stationing.
stationing.

B.
B. Recorded
Recorded Contents:
Contents:

1.
1. Video
Video recordings
recordings shall
shall be
be supported
supported by
by appropriate
appropriate audio
audio description
description
simultaneous
simultaneous with
with the
the visual
visual coverage.
coverage.

2.
2. Readily
Readily recognizable
recognizable objects
objects shall