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Southwest Florida
Water Marnagenmexnt District
5060 U.S. HIGHWAY 41, SOUTH BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512
- 1961 PHONE (904) 796-7211

GE;M- DERRILL McATEER, Chairman, Brooksville HELEN THOMPSON, St. Petersburg JAMES CAMPBELL, Plant City
GEM WM. TUBBS, JR., Vice Chairman, Dade City B. T. LONGINO, Sarasota BRUCE A. SAMSON, Tampa
N. BROOKS JOHNS, Secretary, Lakeland CLIFF STEPHENS, Clearwater
RONALD B. LAMBERT, Treasurer, Wauchula DONALD R. FEASTER, Executive Director
July 7, 1980

L. M. Blain, Esquire
Blain & Cone, P. A.
P. 0. Box 399
Tampa, FL 33601

Re: QWIP Program Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
QWIP Project Q112021-7

Dear Buddy:

Pursuant to your telephone request on the above referenced matter, enclosed
is some background information to acquaint you with the matter.

Basically, the District has a policy which is aimed at plugging those wells
which are causing significant adverse effects to the water resources. Enclosed
are copies of Administrative Directive No. 80-32 and a brochure on it. Also,
enclosed is a copy of Administrative Directive No. 80-60 setting forth the
procedure to handle reimbursement of costs at QWIP sites from either the owner
of the site or the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS).
Reimbursement is generally on a equally sharing of the cost between the owner
and the District.

As to the Youngquist contract, it was awarded in September 1979 to do 52 wells
for $128,342.00. Enclosed is a copy of the advertisement and the award letter.
The work was not commenced immediately through no fault of the contractor. Once
the work was commenced, a meeting was held to determine why the contractor's
actual costs were exceeding the estimates made under the bid and resulted in
the suspension of work by letter dated January 17, 1980, from Ken McKinney to
Norman A. Hartman, Jr., attorney for Youngquist Brothers, Inc. Finally, staff
by memorandum of February 29, 1980, to Donald R. Feaster recommended termination
of the agreement. This was presented to the Alafia, Manasota and Peace Basins
and the Governing Board for approval to terminate and the contract was terminated.
Enclosed is the mutual release which was executed by the parties along with the
normal documents closing out the agreement.

Accordingly, this is a synopsis on the matter. Should you need anything further,
please advise.

Very truly yours,



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/ P~ :orly and properly approved, ready for construction to
Sg/plugging is complete that the owners) of the site or
Piz, nation and Conservation Service (ASCS) is billed for work
,. ~ S. payment is received.

y 0e tfIP sites must be properly approved before repairing/plugging work
commences. Once the wells) repairing/plugging is complete, the
SASCS is to be billed for work completed. Follow-up is to be made by the
4ct manager to insure that the proper paperwork is processed, and the
oc receives payment for the work completed. Once the above is accomplished,
.F of the work file must be placed in the District's Central File.
LEMENTATION:
1. The Division Director, under whose responsibility QWIP is being managed,
is responsible for insuring that all QWIP sites are properly approved,
cleared for construction, and the proper party is billed for the work
completed and that payment is received.
2. The attached Checklist, Exhibit "A," QWIP Well Repair Checklist will
be utilized and completed to insure proper work planning and control.
3. ASCS Forms RE-245 and ASCS-36, Exhibits "B" and "C" respectively, will
be utilized in conjunction with the Checklist for ASCS cost-sharing
documentation and payment purposes.
4. An agreement between the property owners) and the District, Exhibit "D," will
be utilized in conjunction with the Checklist for well(s) not covered by ASCS
cost-sharing.

















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QUAITY OF WATER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CQWIP)ft"- 2 N-o--8-60
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QUALITY OF WATER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
WELL REPAIRING/PLUGGING CHECKLIST

Well Site: YVerified to be Complete
Location: (Name) (Date)
I. Site Approval
A. Agreement for 50/50 cost-sharing executed by
owners) and Executive Director; or, _____ _
B. Form RE-245 (ASCS) approved by ASCS*
C. Form #36 (ASCS) executed by owners) and
Executive Director _
O. Construction easement executed; or,
E. Special approval to plug or cap the wellCs)
by Basin Board(s). Describe special approval: _____

0. Site cleared for construction after the necessary
documents have been executed, reviewed, and approved
by Legal Department
II. Pre-construction Requirements
A. Project number acquired from Finance Division
B. Well logged ______
C. Well repairing/plugging designed
D. Site ready for construction _______
E. Required materials and equipment on hand ...._ _i
F. Construction permits acquired
G. Funds available in budget _
Above Items I and II certified to be complete

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.ADMIN DIRECTIVE

S'rjthwest Florida Water Maagernent Distri
SUBJECT: Effecti: 01/28/80 No.80-32
PERIODIC REVIEW OF QWIP'PROJECT WELLS P 1 of 1 Ditribution:
Approved:

PURPOSE: To establish guidelines for follow-up on wells originally inventoried
under the QWIP program in order to insure that repaired wells do not
revert to prior flowing status.

INTRODUCTION:






PROCEDURE

A. Field Services Division: The QWIP files will have a copy of a Well
Schedule on each well inventoried under the QWIP Program. After the
QWIP Program has completed its objective, wells can be categorized
in four ways:

Category 1 Wells which have been inventoried (observed).

Category 2 Wells repaired (sometimes referred to as capped) to
prevent' wastage of good quality water.

Category 3 Wells which have been plugged.
a. Wells back plugged to improve water quality.
b. Wells plugged, destroyed and obliterated.

B. Regulatory Division: Follow-up action by the Regulatory Division
Staff on each category of well will be as follows:

V Category 1 Wells No action required.
Category 2 Wells Inspected annually to ascertain compliance with
Chapter 373, F.S., and Chapter 17.21, F.A.C.

Category 3a Wells- Arrangements will be made with the well owner to
submit to the District annually for analysis a
water sample from each such well.

Category 3b Wells- The well will have been obliterated; no action
Required.

















^,m S SouthVwest Plorida
Water 1Managenment District
5060 U.S. HIGHWAY 41, SOUTH BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512
PHONE (904) 796-7211

SDERRILL McATEER. Chairman., Brooisvile NICK PENDER. Tampa CLIFF STEPHENS, Clearwater
ROBERT MARTINEZ, Vice Chairman. Tnampa HELEN THOMPSON. St. Petenbuirt WM. O. STUBBS. Dade City
N. BROOKS JOHNS, Sectury. Lakeand B T. LONGINO, Saruon
RONALD LAMBERT. Tasurer, Wauchua DONALD R. FEASTER. Execunv Director

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

QUALITY OF WATER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (QWIP)

PROJECT 0112021-7

PLUGGING OF 52 WATER WELLS
Alafia River Basin
Manasota Basin
Peace River Basin

Charlotte County, Florida
Hillsborough County, Florida
Manatee County, Florida
Sarasota County, Florida

Individual sealed proposals will be received by the*undersigned for the Alafia,
Manasota and Peace Basin Boards of the Southwest Florida Water Management
District until 10:00 a.m., local time, August 10, 1979, and will at that time
be publicly opened and read aloud in the office of the Southwest Florida Water
Management District, located seven (7) miles south of Brooksville, Florida,
on U.S. Highway 41, for the performance of the following work:

Supplying all machinery, labor, equipment and materials (exclusive of
plug assembly) necessary for the plugging of flowing wells in Charlotte,
Hillsborough, Manatee and Sarasota Counties, Florida.

Plans and specifications for the work may be examined at the office of the
Southwest Florida Water Management District, 5060 U.S. Highway 41 South,
Brooksville, Florida, 33512.

Specific questions concerning the project should be directed to Supervisor,
Special Projects, Brooksville, (904) 796-7211, extension 1632.

A complete set of documents (Plans and'Specifications) may be purchased without
refund from the Brooksville office by making payment of $10.00 per set.

The District reserves the right to waive informalities in any bid, to reject
any and all bids or to accept the bid in its judgement will be for the best
interest of the District.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

K. H. McKINNEY
Supervisor, Special Projects Section
Department of Operations

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INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

IB-01 DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The work to be performed under this Contract
consists of furnishing all equipment, labor, material (except as may be
otherwise stated in the TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS) and everything necessary and
required to plug 52 water wells. Included are all related
items of work as indicated in the Plans and Specifications.

IB-02 SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS: Each Proposal shall be submitted on the Proposal
form.
Each Proposal shall be submitted in a sealed envelope marked:
"ProposaT for Well Plugging Ouality of Water Improvement Program -
Project Q112021-7 to be opened at 10:00 AM, local time, August 10, 1979 at the
office of the Southwest Florida Water Management District, seven
miles south of Brooksville, Florida on U.S. Highway 41.

This envelope shall be enclosed in another envelope addressed to
K. H. McKinney, Supervisor, Special Projects Section, Southwest
Florida Water Management District, 5060 U.S. Highway 41, Brooksville,
Florida 33512.
Proposals will be received, opened and read publicly at the time
and place specified in the Advertisement for Bids. Bidders or
their authorized agents are invited to be present.

Bids received after the time and date specified will not be considered
and will be returned unopened.
Proposed modifications to the Plans and Specifications will be
accepted from Bidders and given due consideration if addressed
as required for Proposals to the place where Proposals are to
be received and if received prior to the opening of the Proposals.
Modifications may be telegraphic or in other written or printed
form. Modifications will be opened and read prior to opening of
formal Proposals.

IB-03 PROPOSAL GUARANTEE: A certified or cashier's check from a national
or state bank, or a Bid Bond executed by a surety acceptable to the
Owner for not less than five percent (5%) of the amount of the Bid,
made payable to the Southwest Florida Water Management District, shall
accompany each Proposal as guarantee that the Bidder will, if awarded
the Contract, promptly enter into Agreement to do the work and
furnish the required Performance Bond.








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/ .., Southwest Florida
Water M1ana9enaenrt Distric;
S 5060 U.S. HIGHWAY 41, SOUTH BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512
1961 PHONE (904) 796-7211

MDERRILL McATEER, Chairman, Brooksville NICK FENDER, Tampa CLIFF STEPHENS, Clearwater
ROBERT MARTINEZ, Vice Chairman. Tampa HELEN THOMPSON, St. Petersburg WM. O. STUBBS, Dade City
N. BROOKS JOHNS, Secretary, Lakeland B. T. LONGINO, Sarasoia
RONALD B. LAMBERT. Treasurer, Wauchuia DONALD R. FEASTER, Executive Director

September 7, 1979





Mr. Harvey B. Youngquist
President
Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
6058 McGregor Blvd.
Fort Myers, Florida 33907

Re: Basins 11, 20 & 21 Agreement for QWIP
Project Q 112021-7

Dear Mr. Youngquist:

Enclosed is an original and three copies of the above referenced
Agreement. The District Governing Board on September 5, 1979,
approved the award of the contract to your firm based on your bid
of One Hundred Twenty-Eight Thousand Three Hundred Forty-Two
Dollars ($128,342.00).

You are requested to have the appropriate Corporate Officers
execute the Agreement and Performance, Payment and Guaranty Bond,
and affix the Corporate Seal. The Bond will have to be executed
by your Surety and include the current Power of Attorney for the
person executing the Bond on behalf of the Surety.

Also, I call your attention to the requirement on completing the
Corporate Resolution and obtaining the necessary insurance cover-
age. After all the documents have been properly and fully executed,
please return the original and two copies of the documents to my
attention along with your Certificate of Insurance.

Should you have any questions, please advise.

Very truly yours,


JA. T. AHERN
Staff Attorney

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Enclosures
cc: L. M. Blain, Esquire
Mr. B. R. Laseter
Mr. Tom T. Mullin
Mr. Ken McKinney















Sozutthvest Florida
A- W Water MBana ge meant District
S_.. 5060 U.S. HIGHWAY 41, SOUTH BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512
1961 PHONE (904) 796-7211

' DERRILL McATEER, Chairman, BrIookviMe HELEN THOMPSON, St. Peterstrg JAMES CAMPBELL, Plant City
WM. SUBBS, JR., Vice Chairman, Dade City B. T. LONGINO, Saraota BRUCE A. SAMSON, Tampa
N. BROOKS JOHNS, Secretary, Lakeland CLIFF STEPHENS, Clarwater
RONALD B. LAMBERT, Treasuer, Wauchul DONALD R. FEASIER, Executive Directo

January 17, 1980


Norman A. Hartman, Jr., Esquire
Roberts, Watson, Bright, Goetz & Hartman
P. 0. Drawer X
Ft. Myers, FL 33902

Re: QWIP Project Q112021-7 Youngquist Brothers, Inc.

Dear Mr. Hartman:

This will acknowledge receipt of your letter dated January 11, 1980, in
which you indicate that you represent Youngquist Brothers, Inc. and request
confirmation of the agreed upon delay to the-above referenced project.

On Wednesday, January 9, 1980 at 1:00 PM, a meeting concerning QWIP Project
Q112021-7 was held in the Tampa Subdistrict Office of the Southwest Florida
Water Management District on Highway 301 in Tampa. In attendance at this
meeting were the following:

Harvey Youngquist, Youngquist Brothers
Roy Youngquist, Youngquist Brothers
Bobby Laseter, SWFWMD
Jay Ahern, SWFWMD
Kenward McKinney, SWFWMD
Jim Lavender, SWFWMD
Walt Wetterhall, SWFWMD

A number of items concerning accomplishment of the work under this contract
were discussed. The matter of primary concern to the District was the cost
overrun which was being experienced in execution of the work.

The following items were agreed to at this meeting:

1. Suspend further work on the project in order to give the District
staff the opportunity to reexamine all data and to determine whether -^
the remainder of the work under the contract could be accomplish or
the price bid. "

2. When work on the project is resumed, the length of time ring \
which work was suspended would be added to the time of the contract. '. .'

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January 17, 1980 Page 2
Norman A. Hartman, Jr., Esquire




3. The suspension period would not affect the cost of the contract
nor would either party incur damages for suspension of the work.

4. The Contractor will be paid, as provided for in the Contract
Documents, for all work completed before suspension of the work.

I believe that the above states reasonably the matters discussed with
respect to the contract. If your clients feel that anything concerning
the discussion of the contract has been omitted or misstated they or you
should feel free to contact the District.

Sincerely yours,



K. H. McKINNEY
Chief
ROMP & QWIP Section

KHMcK:nsg

cc: Harvey Youngquist
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B. R. Laseter















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February 29, 1980 Youngquist Brothers, Inc.




MEMORANDUM




TO: DONALD R. FEASTER, Executive Director

FROM: B. R. LASETER, Director, Field Services Division

RE: QWIP Contract #Q112021-7

Per our previous discussions, agreement has been reached with Youngquist Brothers,
Inc., the low bidder on subject Contract, to stop work and then to terminate subject
Contract. To date thirteen wells of the fifty-three wells covered by the Contract
have been plugged by the contractor.

The decision to terminate the Contract was made due to overruns we were experiencing.
The estimated Contract cost to plug the thirteen wells was $21,716.75; yet the actual
cost, based on labor and materials used, was $35,235. You will remember that the
staff plugged six wells covered by the Contract at a cost of $6,336.78. The estimated
Contract cost of these six wells was $19,197. You can therefore see the reason for
the staff's decision.

A review of the causes behind these large overruns are summarized below:

1. Eight of the wells completed were in the Alafia River Basin. This is the first
group of wells we have attempted to plug in this area of the District and the
underground formations took more cement than anticipated. The other five wells
were in the Manasota Basin, where we have had limited experience. Our results
here were much better, however, still not acceptable.
2. We have had quite a bit of criticism that the use of QWIP plugs was more
expensive than completely filling the wells with cement. To offset this criti-
cism, the.decision was made to try the method of completely filling the wells
with cement. It was evident after plugging several of these wells in Hills-
borough County, that this method of plugging appeared to be more expensive on
wells in the Alafia River Basin than was the QWIP plug method on wells in
Charlotte County in the Peace River Basin. The inspector was advised that
these cost overruns were not acceptable and that we should switch to QWIP plugs
or otherwise -change plugging procedures. The inspector began varyJf ocedures
--overruns continued.
















Memo to D. R. Feaster
Re: QWIP Contract #Q112021-7 -2- February 29, 1980

Another problem then developed. TI. contractor's driller went to the Sarasota
County Health Department and complamed about the QWIP plug method of plugging
wells. At a conference between District and Health Department personnel, the
QWIP plug method was explained, as sell as its successful application on some
seventy plus wells in Charlotte andHillsborough Counties. Health Department
personnel indicated that in their onion, the QWIP plug method did not generally
satisfy the requirements of the Samsota County well construction and plugging
ordinance and that they would preferthat well bores generally be continuously
filled from top to bottom. They iafcated, that on certain wells, the QWIP plug
method could be used, but that the lIP plug would be approved for use only in
special cases and on an individual sell basis, as mutually agreed upon by the
County and the District. Work continued by completely filling the wells with
cement and cost overruns continued l occur; therefore, the decision was made to
stop work on the Contract.

We will continue to work with the Srasota County Health Department on this
matter.

3. This Contract, as mentioned above, as for fifty-three wells. Previous QWIP
Contracts had been for ten wells. All drillers had made the statement that if
we bid a larger number of wells at ~e time, our costs would be lower. This did
not prove out. The time taken to prepare this larger Contract was longer than
for the smaller Contracts, and during this period our logger operator resigned
^ from the District. This resulted imsome of our logs getting mixed up, further
6 resulting in some errors in our estimated quantities.

4. This was the first Contract that weave had with the low bidder (Youngquist
Brothers, Inc.). The previous Contacts had been with Mixon Foundation and
Drilling, Inc. A review of the bictds from the two contractors shows that Young-
quist's bid had a minimal cost for wbilization and demobilization, whereby
Mixon's bid was heavy on this item. Yet, Youngquist's bid on the estimated
quantities was much greater than Mixrn's. It is my opinion that Youngquist's
idea was to made up his mobilizationand demobilization losses on the estimated
quantities, which he did before we topped him. The quantities he used were
verified by our inspector on the jdcand the only complaint here is on the
amount our inspector allowed him to run the tremie pipe. Youngquist's bid price
for this item was $1.00 per foot. The estimated quantity for running the tremie
pipe for the thirteen wells pluggedwas 4,461 feet, while the actual quantity
was 10,836 feet, resulting in an owrrun of $6,675. In my opinion the inspector
should not have allowed this to happen.

The remaining overrun was in the acdal quantity of.slurry mix used.

It should be recognized that Mixon's bid for the thirteen wells plugged was $34,140
compared to Youngquist's actual cost of Q8,235. Therefore, other than allowing the
overrun of running the tremie pipe, it fTIlows that our inspector did an adequate job
in holding down costs.















Memo to D. R. Feaster
Re: QWIP Contract #Q112021-7 -3- February 29, 1980

We plan at this time to request the Alafia River, the Peace River, and the Manasota
Basin Boards to approve termination of this Contract at their April Board meetings
and then to request the Governing Board's approval at their May meeting. We then
plan on using District personnel to plug the remaining wells this Fiscal Year. By
going this way, we will complete this project thus showing an overall savings to the
District rather than a large overrun.

With your approval I will contact each affected Basin Board member and each Governing
Board member and discuss these events with them so that they will understand the above
background when this item is brought before the respective Boards.

Any comments you may have will be appreciated.

SUMMARY

(Wells Repaired)

Well Mixon's Youngquist's Actual
No. Bid Bid Cost

11-122 $ 2,474.50 $ 1,674.00 $ 1,565.50 (1)
11-123 1,504.40 1,582.75 3,438.00 (1)
11-124 1,604.40 1,582.75 4,132.00 (1)
11-131 5,679.40 1,982.75 3,088.50 (1)
11-130 1,935.50 1,594.00 1,922.00 (1)
11-1001 1,122.00 1,122.00 1,226.00 (1)
11-4 2,496.00 2,008.50 4,467.50 (1)
11-99 6,144.40 1,933.75 6,161 00 (1)
11-108 7,499.50 3,442.50 1,697.15 (2)
20-79 2,629.00 2,874.00 762.34 (2)
20-92 2,596.00 3,421.00 988.92 (2)
21-46 2,194.40 1,694.75 2,345.00 (1)
21-45 2,164.50 1,677.50 1,589.00 (1)
21-303 1,862.50 1,125.50 2,967.50 (1)
21-299 2,238.50 1,666.00 1,180.00 (1)
21-302 2,719.50 2,072.50 4,153.00 (1)
21-117 2,281.00 1,673.00 817.21 (2)
21-301 2,097.00 1,619.00 1,186.71 (2)
21-307 10,098.00 6,167.50 884.45 (2)

$61,340.50 $40,913.75 $44,571.78

(1) Plugged by Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
(2) Plugged by District
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WELL NO. 11-122
MIXON BID YOUNGQUIST BID YOUNGOUIST COST
ITEM ESTIMATED UNIT TOTAL UNIT TOTAL FINAL UNIT TOTAL
NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITIES UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT QUANTITY PRICE AMOUNT
Mobilization
1 Demobil izaton 1 Site 1200.00 1 200.00 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft. N N
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 395 .Lin. Ft. .50 197.50 1.00 395.00 350 1.00 350.00
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 32 Sack 10.00 320.00 12.00 384. 27 12.00 324.00
Bentonite 600 Lb. 8.00 0- .25 10.00 137555...
Calcium Chloride 90 Lb. .30 27.00 .-5 4500 75 -5o .
7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builders Sand Yard
Pea Gravel Yard
8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 50000 500.0 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site
9 Standby Time 1 Hour 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 1.33 50.00 66.50
10 Rig Time Hour -.-.
TOTALS 2,474.50 1,674.00 1,565.50
WELL NO. 11-1
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 700.00 700. 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobi lization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.

3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 345 Lin. Ft. .50 172.50 1.00 345.0( 1050 1.00 1 050.00
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 31 Sack 10.00 310.00 12.00 372.00 84 12.00 1,008.00
Bentonite 483 Lb. .30 144.90 55 462,50
Calcium Chloride 90 Lb. .30 27.-0 .50 45.00 185 .5 92.0
7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Builders Sand Yard _
Pea Gravel Yard ...

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 100.00 100.00 150,00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site .-
9 Standby Time 1 Hour 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.0C 3.5 50.00 175.00
10 Rio Time Hour ,
TOTALS 1,504.40 !,s582.75 ,43800

SWELL NO. 11-124
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 800.00 800... 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobilization
2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft. ____ ____ -----
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each _
in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 345 Lin. Ft. .50 172.50 1.00 345.0 _465 .... 1.00
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 31 ,Sack 10.00 310.00 12.00 372.00 101 12.00 1,212.00
Bentonite 483 Lb. .30 -4. .2 i0,5! 2200 .25 550.00
Calcium Chloride 90 Lb. .30 27.00 .50 4. 0 210 .50 15.00

7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Builders Sand Yard ab _M
Pea Gravel Yard .. ....
8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 100.00 100.00 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site
9 Standby Time 1 Hour 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 1 50.00 50.00 i0
10 Ri9 Time Hour ,
TOTALS 1,604.40 1,582.75 4,132.00








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WELL NO. 11-131

MIXON BID YOUNGQUIST BID YOUNGOUIST COST
ITEM. ..... ESTIMATED UN-IT ... TOTAL.. UNIT TOTAL -FINAL UT TOT
NO. DESCRIPTION_ QUANTITIES UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT QUANTITY PRICE AMOUNT
Mobil ization .......-... ...... .. .
1 Demobilization 1 Sito 4,000.00 4,000.00 450000 500.00 1 500.00

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore

S Running tremie pipe/ 345 .Lin. Ft. .50 172.50 1.00 345.00 606 1.00 606.00
plug installation pipe

6 Cement 31 Sack 10.00 .. 310J I 12.00 372.00 103 12.00 1.236.00
Bentonite 483 Lb. .30 __ 44 .25 120.75 1600 .25 400.00
Calcium Chloride 90 Lb. .30 27.00 -50 45.00 .50 80.00

7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builders Sand Yard
Pea Gravel Yard

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 500,00 500.00 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site

9 Standby Time 3 Hour 50.00 150.00 50.00 150.00 2.33 50.00 116.50
10 Rio Time 3 Hour ....2 -L 37 _... 100.00 300.00
TOTAL'S ... ...5,679.40 1,982.75 3,088.50
WELL NO. 11-13)
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 1.000.0 1,000 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobilization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.

3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 .Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore

5 Running tremie pipe/ 155 Lin. Ft. .50 77.50 1.00 155.00 415 1.00 415.00
plug installation pipe

6 Cement 32 Sack 10.00 320.00 12.00 384.00 41 12.00 492.00
Bentonite 600 Lb. .30 180.00 .25 5 0 850 .250 212.0
Calcium Chloride 110 Lb. .30 33.00 .50 80 I5 i4000

7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builder Sand Yard
Pea Gravel Yard

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 100.00 100.00 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site ,

9 Standby Time 2 Hour 50. 0. 0 50.00 100.00 225 5. 00 112.50
10 Rig Time 1 Hour 125.00 15. 100.00 100.00
TOTALS 1,935.50 .. .1,594.00 ... .. .. .1.922.00
SWELL NO. ]ll001
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobilization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.
3 Ream as necessary Ltn. Pt.
4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore

5 Running tremie pipe/ 185 Lin. Ft. 1.00 185.00 180 1.00 180.00
plug installation pipe

6 Cement 16 .Sack 12.00 192.00 23 12.00 276.00
Bentonlte 280 b. 25 70.00 400 .25 100.00
Calcium Chloride 50 Lb. .5-2.0 0 .50 20.00

7 Clean inert fill rat'1
Builders Sand Yard __ __
Pea Gravel Yard ___ __

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site

9 Standby Time Hour .__ _
10 Rig Time Hour .
TOTALS -, 122.00 1,226-00













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MIXON 810D YOUNGQUIST 810 YOUGQUIST COST
ITEM ESTIMATED UNIT TTAL UNIT TOTAL FINAL UNITT
NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITIES UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT QUANTITY PRICE AMOUNT
Mobl ization &
1 Demobllization Site 1,200.00 1t200.00 500.00 500.00 1 500.00
2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 445 .Lin. Ft. .50. Z22.0 1.00 445.00 1693 1.00 1.693.00
plug installation pipe i
6 Cement 38 Sack 1. 380.00 12.00 456.00 106 12.00 1,272.00
Bentontte 760 Lb. .30 228.00 .25 190.007 o iOrO .25 525OO"
Calcium Chloride 135 Lb. .30 4 .50 .50 67.5 .50 77.50
7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builders Sand Yard
Pea Gravel Yard
8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 200.00 200.00 150.00 150.0 1 150.0 150.00
restore site
9 Standby Time 2 Hour 50.00 100.00 50.00 100.00 5 50.00 250.00
10 Rio Time 1 Hour .;. 5- l 100.00 100.00
TOTALS 2,496.00 2,008.50 4,467.50
WELL NO. 11-99
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 4-50000 4-5.00- 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobilization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.

3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each
..in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 345 Lin, Ft. -c;n 177 5Q 1.00 345.00 1887 1.00 1,887.00
plug Ihstallation pipe
6 Cement 29 Sack 10.00 290.00 12.00 348.00 82 12.00 2.184.00
Bentonite 483 Lb. .30 144.90 370 .25 937.50
Calcium Chloride 40 Lb. 0 0 20.00 455 550
7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builders Sand Yard
Pea Gravel Yard

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 5500.00 00.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 150.00
restore site .
9 Standby Time 3 Hour 50.00 150 50.00 150.0C 5.5 50.00 275.00
10 Rig Time 3 Hour ..125.00 375.00 100.00 300. C
STOTALS 6,144.40 1,933.75 6,161.00
WELL NO. 21-46
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 12000 1.200. 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobi i zati on
2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft. .
4 Assemble & pace plug Each ".......-
in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 316 Lin. Ft 50 158.00 F..0 316.00 700 1.00 700.00
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 24 .Sack 0. 240.00 12.00 288.00 50 1200 600.00
Bentonite 413 Lb. .30 .123.90 .2- II JO .25 250.00
Calcium Chloride. 75 Lb. .30 22.50 .50 375 90 .50 45.00
7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Builders Sand Yard __ __ .. .......
Pea Gravel Yard .......
8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 100.00 100.00 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site
9 Standby Time 2 Hour 50.00 100.00 50.00 100.00 2 50.00 100.00 j
10 Ri Time 2 Hour 125.00 250.00 100.00 200.00
A L S .. .. ...... 2 ,194 .40 ..1 ,69 4 .7 5 2 ,34 5 .0 0
















WELL NO. 21-45
MIXON BID YOUNGQUIST BID YOUNGQUIST COST
ITEM ESTIMATED UNIT TOTAL UNiT TOTAL FINAL UNIT TAL
NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITIES UNIT PRICE AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT QUANTITY PRICE ,AMOUNT
Mobilization &
1 Demobilization 1 Site 1.2000.00 1-200-00 500.0000 1 500.00 500.00
2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each O00 100.00
in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 250 .Lin. Ft. .50 125.00 1.00 250.00 260 1.00 260.00
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 35 Sack 0 30.00 12.00 420.00 22 12.00 26400
Bentonite 600 Lb. .30 1"0 .25 k150. -- .25 ..
Calcium Chloride 115 Lb. .30 34.50 .50 57.50 in _n0
7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builders Sand Yard so nn_. m inn
Pea Gravel Yard
8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 10. o 15000 150.09 150.00 150.00
restore site
9 Standby Time 1 Hour o n 50.00 50.00 2 50.00 100.00
10 Rig Time 1 Hour 125. n. l nn 100.00 100.00
TOTALS 2,164.50 1,677.50 1,589.00
WELL NO. 21-303
1 Mobilization & 1 Site 1.200.n0 1-200nn 500.00 5000 1 500.00 500.00
Demobilization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.

3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each 1 1O0.00 100.00
.,in top of well bore
5 Running tremie pipe/ 180 Lin. Ft. 0n on -na 1.00 8000 750 1.075050100
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 14 Sack 10.00 140.00 12.00 168.00 66 12.00 792.00
Bentonite 240 Lb. .72.00 .25- 60.00 l1150 .25 -28.50
Calcium Chloride 35 Lb. .0 10.5 .50 17.50 7600 .50 100,00
7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Builders Sand Yard __ _
Pea Gravel Yard

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 300.00 30000 150.00 150.00
restore site .

9 Standby Time 1 Hour 50.00 50.00 50.00 8.75 50.00 437.50
10 Rig Time Hour -..---
TALS 1,862.50 1,125.50 2,967.00

1 Mobilization & Site 1.200n.Q 1.20_0 500.00 500.00 1 500.00 500.00
Demobiiization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft. __.__ .. -
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.
4 Assemble & place plug Each ...---
in top of well bore

5 Running tremie pipe/ 395 Lin. Ft. .50 197.50 1.00 395.00 265 1.00 265.00
plug installation pipe
6 Cement 18 .Sack 10.00 180.00 12.00 216.00 10 12.00 120.00
Bentonite 320 Lb. .30 96.00 l 25. 80.00 300 /b UU
Calcium Chloride- 50 Lb. .30 15.00 25.00 40 .50
7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Builders Sand Yard ......-
Pea Gravel Yard ........-
8 Cut off casing & 1 Each 200.00 200.00 150.00 150.00 1 150.00 150.00
restore site
9 Standby Time 2 Hour 50.00 100.00 50.00 100.00 1 50.00 50.00
10 Rig Time 2 Hour 125.00 25i0.0 100.00 200.0 i
TOTALS 2,238.50 1,666.00 1,180 O


















WELL NO. 21-302

'IMN BID YOUNGQUIST BID YOUNGQUIST COST
ITEM ESTIMATED UNIT TOTAL UIT TOTAL FINAL UNIT TOTAL
NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITIES UNIT PRIET AMOUNT PRICE AMOUNT QUANTITY PRICE AMOUNT t
Mobilization & 1 aC.o .
1 Demobilization Site 1 KmL 1.500.00 500.00 500 00. 1 500.00 500.00

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.

3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.

4 Assemble & place plug Each 1 100.00 100.00
in top of well bore

5 Running tremie pipe/ 460 Lin. Ft. 2- 0. 1 ,00 460.00 1215 -1.00 1i215.00
plug installation pipe j
6 Cement 45 Sack C0 4Q.00 12.00 540.00 99 12.00 1,188.00
Bentonite 840 Lb. 3 252.00 00 220.250
Calcium Chloride 125 Lb. 37.50 62.5 .50 150.00
7 Clean inert fill mat'l
Builders Sand Yard 2 50.00 O0.
Pea Gravel Yard

8 Cut off casing & 1 Each ooo 000 150.00 150.0 1 150.00 150.0
restore site

9 Standby Time 3 Hour ^aF 150.00 50.00 150.0C 5 50.00 200.0(

1 0 R i o T i m e H o u r ... 2 0 7 2 =. 5
TOTALS 2_2719.50 __ 22,072.5C_4,153.0
WELL NO. j
1 Mobilization & Site t
Demobi lization

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft.

3 Ream as necessary Lin. Ft.

4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore

5 Running tremie pipe/ Lin. Ft.
plug installation pipe

6 Cement Sack
Bentonite Lb. ----- -
Calcium Chloride Lb. .. .
7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Builder Sand Yard
Pea Gravel Yard _.

8 Cut off casing & Each
restore site j

9 Standby Time Hour I
10 Ria Time Hour .

WELL NO. |
1 Mobilization & Site EL -
Demobilization [

2 Gage Well Bore Lin. Ft. --- --- -------- ----- ----
3 Ream as necessary Lin. Pt. .
4 Assemble & place plug Each
in top of well bore

5 Running tremie pipe/ Lin. Ft.
plug installation pipe (
6 Cement Sack -- -- .-
Bentonite Lb. ____ -- --- ----- ---.
Calcium Chloride Lb. .. ...------
7 Clean inert fill mat'1
Buil ders Sand Yard .. .. ------ -----
Pea Gravel Yard ____ -i----

8 Cut off casing & Each .....----
restore site

9 Standby Time Hour .......--

10 Rtc Ttime __Hour -...............






MUTUAL RELEASE


Re: Southwest Florida Water Management District
and Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
KNOWN ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
THAT, in consideration of the sum of Ten Dollars ($10.00),
in hand paid by the SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
to YOUNGQUIST BROTHERS, INC., the receipt of which is hereby
acknowledged by the said YOUNGQUIST BROTHERS, INC., and in
consideration of Ten Dollars ($10.00), in hand paid by YOUNGQUIST
BROTHERS, INC., to SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT,
the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged by the said SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, the above named parties do
hereby mutually release and discharge one another in reference to
any and all obligations due one another under the QWIP Project
No. Q112021-7, Charlotte, Hillsborough, Manatee and Sarasota
Counties, dated September 5, 1979.
This Mutual Release does hereby release and forever discharge
each of the aforementioned parties of all obligations due one
another and due its heirs, personal representatives, successors
and assigns, bonding companies, and/or any other parties or
vicariously liable under said contracts.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said parties have hereunto set its
hands and seals this day of pl/7I f 1980.

Signed ~ea-ledahd Delivered YOUNGQUIST BROTHERS, INC.
In the Presence of;



RVEY y. YOU T G


NESS AS TO YOUNGQUIST 'S /T O P GQUI ,//> (SEAL)

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT



-- <^ DERRILL Mc E /CHI A


WITNESS S~A TO DISTRICT R.*BOOKS JOHNS, SECRETARY (SAL)
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AFFIDAVIT

STATE OF FLORIDA )
SS
COUNTY OF ,-law )

BEFORE ME, THE UNDERSIGNED AUTHORITY, AUTHORIZED TO ADMINISTER OATHS AND
TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, PERSONALLY APPEARED
WHO, AFTER BEING FIRST DULY SWORN, UPON OATH DEPOSES AND SAYS THAT ALL,
LABORERS, MATERIALMEN, MATERIAL SUPPLIERS, SUBCONTRACTORS AND LIENORS
CONTRACTING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY WITH OR DIRECTLY EMPLOYED BY (HIM, THEM,
IT) AND THAT ALL TAXES IMPOSED BY CHAPTER 212, FLORIDA STATUTES (SALES AND
USE TAX ACT), AS AMENDED, HAVE BEEN PAID AND DISCHARGED, AND THAT ALL BILLS,
WAGES, FEES, CLAIMS AND OTHER CHARGES INCURRED BY
Youngquist Brothers, Inc.




IN CONNECTION WITH THE CONSTRUCTION OF QWIP Project 0112021-7




HAVE BEEN PAID IN FULL OR IS RECITED AS UNPAID HEREIN.
SIGNED Younqquist Brothers, In.

B arvey j^ounoizt./JPles/den
WITNESSES: -e n y





SWORN AND SUBSCRIBED BEFORE ME THIS
DAY OF March 9 .


NOtAR PUBLIC, STATE OF FLORIDA AT LARGE

MY COMMISSION EXPIRES: gM-c-d


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FINAL RELEASE OF LIEN
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that Youngquist Brothers, Inc.


for and in consideration of the sum of Thirty-Eight Thousand
Two Hundred Thirty Five & no/100 ($ 38,235.00 )
paid to Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
by the Alafia, Manasota and Peace Basin Boards, and the Southwest
Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, State of
Florida, receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, do hereby release
and quitclaim to said District, the Owner, its successors or assigns,
all liens, lien right, claims or demands of any kind whatsoever which
Youngquist Brothers, Inc.
now have (has) or might have against the property, building, and/or
improvements, on account of labor performed, material furnished, and/or
for any incidental expense for the construction of well plugging,___
QWIP Project Q112021-7


thereon or in otherwise improving said property situated as above
described.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF Youngquist Brothers, Inc. have hereunto set
their hand and seal, this 7 day of March 1980.




ORN A SUBSG ED/TO BEFORE ME TljI Jc*---
March 19 Q...-


Notary Public, State of Florida at Large
My Commission Expires:







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