Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: B7-L7 deBurgo-Pellicer
Title: Architectural guide lines for the de Burgo - Pellicer house and outbuilding
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Title: Architectural guide lines for the de Burgo - Pellicer house and outbuilding
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: B7-L7 deBurgo-Pellicer
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
53 Saint George Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
de Burgo-Pellicer House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 53 Saint George Street
Coordinates: 29.896143 x -81.31318
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Volume ID: VID00077
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Architectural Guide lines for the 7
de Burgo-Pell cer House and outbuildings


The house and outbuildings were I or 11 story timber frame

structures built by F. Pellicer, a master carpenter from the island

of Minorca. While his home land is culturally an extension of the

Iberian tradition, he had come under English influences both in his

native land which was occupied by English troops during his childhood

and during his eight year residency in New Smyrna under Turnbull.

The following guidelines were written under the assumption

that Pellicer would have adopted at least some Anglo architectural

features because of this exposure to the English tradition and because

timber framing was virtually non-existant in his home land.


Use: The structures will be used in the interpretative program of the

HSAPB and should express as much historical integrity as possible

in regards to their design and construction. It is understood, how-

ever, that the loft of the main structure and one of the outbuildings

may be utilized for mechanical equipment, etc. and will not be

accessible to the visitor.


Overall size:








Foundations:


1) Main bldg. 14 story 14' x s2 />5
9' ft. to ceiling


2) North Outbuilding: 12' x 21'

3) South Outbuilding: 12' x 21'


8" x 8" coquina piers










Frame (yellow pine)


Ex. Wall covering:


Roof:


Flooring:


1) Sills 8" x 8" hand hewnigrade to bottom of sill 6'

2) Corner posts = 7" x 9" hand hewn

3) Studs = 3" x 4" sawn (Vertical saw marks)

4) Corner braces = same as studs

5) Plate 6" x 8" hand hewn

6) Ceiling joists w 3"x8" sawn, planed, beaded 2'-6" t
3'-0 0.

7) Rafters 3-" x 4" sawn (Vertical Marks)

8) Ridge board None.

9) Floor joists Size as necessary for load.

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11) Shingle stripping 2" x 2" 7" 0. C. (if used)

12) Roof pitch 12/12


1" x 8" (yellow pine) weatherboard hand dressed on

exterior, vertical saw marks on interior.


Cypress shingles, hand split, draw knife dressed,

21" long ca. -" thick 7" to weather


Same as exterior siding


Beaded vertical board w/battens. ca. 3'-0 x 7'-0".


Double hung w/solid, beaded board exterior shutters.

ca. 3'-0" x 5'-0"


Windows:


Doors:







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Fireplace:




Outbuildings:




Hardware:







Plumbing:


Electrical:


1 ea. in outbuildings across short wall. Size to

accommodate wood as a fuel.


Consider distinct possibility of mud sill construction

w/dirt floor.


1) Doors H & H L hinges, box lock

2) Shutters Pintle and strap w/interior latch.

3) Nails Tremont "Handmade"


one j bath in one outbuilding


Minimal throughout. Sufficient for maintenance work

only.


Mechanical:


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STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES






FORM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN

OWNER AND ARCHITECT/ENGINEER
-- I I I II


STATE PROJECT NO. DOS-6110

Name and Location

Restoration of Paffe House

St. Augustine, Florida


Architect/Engineer

Arthur Lee Campbell, A.I.A.

359 A-1-A North

St. Augustine, Florida 32084


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor


Doirothy Glisson
,Secreiar/of State

RP!,ert L. Shevin
Attorney General
F:ed O. Dickinsdn. Jr.
Comptroller


Thomas D. O'Malley. Treasurer
and Insurance Commissioner

Doyle Conner
CoLnmissioner of Agricuihure
Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


Jck D. Kane
Executive Director







A,..~ENT, FOR~. RC-iTECT-Ei :. EER SERVICES


THIS AGREEMENT

made this day of in the year Nineteen Hundred

BY AND BEIWEEN THE DIVISIr O? BUILDING CONSTRUCTION \ND 2INT C, DEP.NT OF
GENERAL SERVICES, STATE OF FI-RIDA, hereinafter called the UA. ER, and

Arthur Lee Campbell, A.I.A.

359 A-l-A North

St. Augustine, Florida 32084

hereinafter called the ARCHITECT-ENGINEER,

WITNESSETH, that whereas the Owner intends to provide Restoration of Paffe House,
St. Augustine, Florida, Project No. DOS-6110










NOW THEREFORE, the Owner and the Architect-Engineer, for the considerations hereinafter set forth, agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1. THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER AGREES TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR THE PRO-
JECT AS HEREINAFTER SET FORTH.

ARTICLE 2. THE OWNER AGREES TO PAY THE ARCHiTECT-ENGINEER AS COMPENSATION FOR HIS SER-
VICES:
2.1 Deleted







2.2 For his Basic Services, the Lump Sum of $4,000, herein-
after referred to as the Basic Rate, the work to be let under a single lump sum contract.

2.3 For Additional Services defined in Article 4 herr-inafier, the mui;tple of 2.25 shall be apipied to
the Direct Personnel Expense as defined in Aricle 6.1 heremnafer, except that the multiple applicabie to
Article 4.13 shall be 1. 75

in computing Direct Personnel Exp-.nse, D-ncip-;'s tim.e she~! b:- comr.u-ed a $16.00
employees' tine sha3i be at prayro;; cost.

2.4 Reimbursa~;e Expense as defined in Arlicle 6.2 hereinaft-er to ithe amourn: expended.








AC ICLE 3. ARiCHil LCT LINCiN i : E-'S BASIC SERVICES

3.1 Preliminary Design Phase.

3.1.1 The Architect-Engineer shall consult with the Owner to ascertain the requirements of the complete Pioject.

3.1.2 He shall prepare Schematic Design Studies leading to a recommended solution together with a general desci p-
tion of the Pioject for approval by the Owner, and he shall submit to the Ownertan Estimate of Probable Pro-
ject Construction Cost based on current area, volume or other unit costs.

3.1.3 He shall prepare, fiom the approved Schematic Design Studies, the Design Development Documents, consisting
of plans, elevations and other drawings, including perspective sketches, and outline specifications to fix and
illustrate the size and character of the entue Project in its essentials as to kinds of materials, type of structure,
mechanical and elect ical systems and such other work as may be required. He shall submit to the Owner a
further Estimate of Probable Pioject Construction Cost.

3.2 Construction Documents Phase.

3.2.1 He shall prepare, from the approved Design Development Documents, Working Drawings and Specifications
setting forth in detail the work required for the architectural, structural,' mechanical, electrical, service-
connected equipment, and site work, and the necessary bidding information, General Conditions of the Con-
tract and Supplementary General Conditions of the Contract, and shall assist in the drafting of Proposal and
Contract Forms.

3.2.2 He shall keep the Owner informed of any adjustments to previous Estimates of Probable Project Construction
Cost indicated by changes in scope, requirements or market conditions.

3.2.3 He shall furnish ten copies of the Contract Documents consisting of construction drawings, specifications, con-
struction agreement forms, general conditions, special provisions and technical provisions.

3.3 Construction Phase General Administration of Construction Contracts.

3.3.1 He shall assist the Owner in obtaining proposals from Contractors and in awarding and preparing construction
contracts.

3.3.2 To the extent provided by the contract for this piuiect between the Owner and the Contracio,l he shall make
decisions on all claims of the Owner and Contractor and on all other matters relating to the execution and pio-
gless of the work or the interpretation of the Contract Documents. He shall check and approve sadrpies,
schedules, shop drawings and other submissions only for conformance with the design concept of the Pioject
and for compliance with the information given by the Contract Documents, prepare Change Orders ahd assem-
ble written guarantees required of the Contractor.

3.3.3 He will make pe iodic visits to the site to familiarize himself generally with the progress and quality of the
work and to determine in general if the work is pioceedmg in accordance with the Contract Documents. He
will not be required to make exhaustive or continuous on site inspections to check the quality or quantity of the
work, he will not be responsible foi the techniques and sequences of construction or the safety precautions in-
cident the eto, and he will not be responsible for the Contractors' failure to carry out theconstruclion work in
accordance with the Contract Documents. On the basis of his observations as a qualified professional while at
the site, he will keep the Owner informed of the progress of the work, will endeavor to guard the Owner
against defects and' deficiencies in- the work of Contracloss, and he- may condemn work as failing to conform
to the Contract Documents. Based on such observatlonr and the Conliacior's Applications for Payment, he
wili determine the amount owing to the Contractoi and v,.!' iss:ie Certirica!es for Payment in such amourns,
These certificates will const I'r a a repi sen!at;.n in tihc O:'..'e:. hsedr on ;uc-h l.erv;aI!lon:. and the dii:at con-,.
pi!sing the Applicalion foi Payment, 1hat the '..ui k ri,;s lir o',v edi to ihc point indicated. By issuing a Ce; li
ficate for P,,,,. rt the Arc.h;tect-Eng;r.-eer w\il aso iepr'sent t o the Owne' that to the best of his knowlcedqe.
information and belief based on whai his observations have revealed. the quality of the work is in accoi:dance
with the Contract Documents. He will conduct inspections to determine the dates of stblstantial and final
completion and issue a Final Certificate for Payment.








ARTICLE 4. ADDITIONAL SERViCES OF THE A.iCHITECT--ENGI EER

S The following services cause the Architect-Engineer extra expense. If any of these services are auhorlied irn wrilin!) oy
the Owner they shall be paid for by the Owner as a Multiple of Direct P rsonnel Expense as prescr ibed in Article 2.3.

4.1 Additional services due to significant changes in general scope of the Project or its requirements including, but
not limited to, changes in size,complexity, or character of construction.

4.2 Making measured drawings of existing construction when require for planning additions or alterations thereto.

4.3 Revising previously approved drawings or specifications to accomplish changes.

4.4 Providing Detailed Cost Estimates.

4.5 When required by the Owner, preparing documents for Alternate Bids and Change Orders, or for supplemental
work initiated after commencement of the construction phase.

4.6 Consultation concerning replacement of any work damaged by fire or other cause during construction and
furnishing professional services of the types set forth in Article 3 above as may be required in connection with
the replacement of such work.

4.7 Arranging for the work to proceed should the contractor default due to delinquency or insolvency.

4.8 Providing prolonged contract administration and observation of construction should the construction contract
time be exceeded by more than 25% due to no fault of the Archi ect-Engineer.

4.9 Revising the tracings to show those changes made during the construction process, based on the marked up
prints, drawings and other data furnished by the Contractor and which the Architect-Engineer considers
significant.

4.10 Additional services resulting from the Project involving more than one general construction contract, or separate
construction contracts for different building trades, or separate equipment contracts.

4.11 Making an inspection of the Project prior to expiration of the g arantee period and reporting observed discre-
pancies under guarantees provided by the construction contracts.

4.12 Serving as a witness for the Owner in any litigation or other proceeding involving the Project.

4.13 Furnishing and directing one or more Project Representatives (if rore extensive representation at the site than
called for in paragraph 3.3.3 hereinabove is required) with thh understanding that the number, identity,
salaries and length of service of such representatives shall be agreed to by the Owner. Through the continuous
on-site observations of the work in progress and field checks of materials and equipment by the Resident Pro-
ject Representative (if one is furnished) the Architect-Engineer w I endeavor to provide further protection for
the Owner against defects and deficiencies in the work, but the furnishing of such resident project representa-
tion shall not make the Architect-Engineer responsible for the Ccnitractor's failure to perform the construction
work in accordance with the Contract Documents.






4.14 Atliii n.i s.l vici if conn- ion v.'ih I ih Pi ni'.ta not othui wisLe ;tJ c d.( d foi in Itii, AI r in -,iit.

AH1iTICLE 5. THE OWNER'S RE SpO.IS IBlL 1T IES

5.1 The Owner shall pi ovide full iniormlation as to his rcquii eirments foi the PI oject.

5.2 He shall designate representillives authorized to act in his behalf. He shall examine documents submill:.d by
the Aichitect- Engineer and render decisions pertaining thereto promptly, to avoid unreasonable delay in the
progress oi the Architect-Engin,r's work. He shall observe the procedure of issuing orders to contractors
only through the Architect-Engineer.


5.3 He shall furnish or direct the Architect-Engineer to obtain,at the Owner's expense, a certified survey of the site,
giving, as required, grades and lines of streets, alleys, pavements, and adjoining property; rights of way, re-
strictions, casements, encroachments, zoning, deed restrictions, boundaries, and contours of the building site;
locations, dimensions, and complete data pertaining to existing buildings, other improvements and trees; full
information as to available service and utility lines both public anJ private; and test borings and pits necessary
for determining subsoil conditions.

5.4 He shall pay for structural, chemical, mechanical, soil mechanics or other tests and reports if required.

5.5 He shall arrange and pay tor such legal, auditing, and insurance counseling services as may be required by the
Owner for the Project.

5.6 If the Owner observes or otherwise becomes aware of any defect in the Project, he shall give prompt written
notice thereof to the Architect-Engineer.

5.7 If the Estimate of Probable Project Construction Cost, or the Detailed Cost Estimate, or the lowest bona fide
proposal is in excess of any limit stated herein, the Owner may give written approval of an increase in the limit,
or he shall cooperate in revising the project scope or quality, or both, to reduce the cost as required.

ARTICLE 6. DIRECT AND REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE

6.1 Direct Personnel Expense includes that of principals and employees engaged on the Project including, but not
limited to architects, engineers, designers, job captains, draftsmen specification writers, clerks, typists and Pro-
ject Representatives, in consultation, research, designing, producing drawings, specifications and other docu-
ments pertaining to the Project, and services during construction at the Project site. Payroll cost therefore
shall mean the cost of salaries and wages paid to employees engaged directly on the Project, plus cost of frinne
benefits including, but not limited to, social security contributions, unemployment, excise and payroll taxes,
workmen's compensation, health and retirement benefits, bonuses, sick leave, vacation and holiday pay appli-
cable thereto, but such fringe benefits shall not exceed 20% of direct salaries or wages paid.

6.2 Reimbuisable Expense includes actual expenditures made by the iAchitect-Engineer in the interest of the Pio-
ject for the following incidental expenses:

6.2.1 Expense of transportation and living of principals and employees when traveling in connection with services
other than those defined in Article 3 hereinbefore when author ed by the Owner; reproduction of drawings
and specifications, excluding copies for Architect-Engineer's office use and duplicate sets at each phase for the
Owner's review and approval and sets furnished under Article 3; and fees paid for securing approval of authori-
ties having jurisdiction over the Project.

6.2.2 If authorized in advance by the Owner, premium portions of overtime; renderings or models for the Owner's
use.

6.2.3 ii their employment is authorized in advance by the Owner, fees of special consul;dnts; ior otle. T h, lt.e
normal structural, mechanical and electrical engineering services, and fees for estimatois making Dtc~:led Cost
Estimates.




AR-TICLE 7. PROJECT CONSTiRUCTION COST

7.1 Pr o:; :t Coinstruction Co st .. ill !b ba'.d union one of l .e t-llowinj sources with priced nr'f ,n the ord l,,

7.1.1 Lowust acccptabe bona tide Contractor's proposal receive for any or all portions of the Pruoect.

7.1.2 Detailed Estimitce of Project Construction Cost if authorized by the Owner.

7.1.3 The A chitect Engineer's latest Estimate of Piobable Project Construction Cost based on current area, volume
or other unit costs.

7.2 When labor, material or service-connected equipment is furnished by the Owner, the Project Construction Cost
shall include costs therefore at current market cost.

ARTICLE 8. STATEMENTS OF PROJECT COST

8.1 Owner's Pioject Amount: The Project Amount is the amount budgeted for actual construction of the Project
including connections to utilities but is exclusive of cost of land, furnishings, and professional fees. For this
Facility the Project Amount will be $ 4 O7 0

8.2 Architect- Engineer's Estimates: Since the Architect-Engi eer does not have control over the cost of labor and
materials, or over competitive bidding and market condi ions, the estimates of construction cost provided for
herein are to be made on the basis of his experience and qualifications but the Architect-Egnineer does not
guarantee the accuracy of his estimates of probable cost as compared to the contractor's bids. However, the
Architect-Engineer shall conform to the following provisions in his attempt to keep Project cost within the
Project Amount.

8.2.1 At the start of the Construction Document phase the Architect-Engineer shall resolve with the Owner any
apparent discrepancy between his Estimates of Probable Construction Cost and the scope and requirements of
the Owner. He shall be permitted to include acceptable Ilternates in the contract documents for the purpose
of providing a finished and acceptable facility within the Project Amount. Inability of the Owner to award an
acceptable construction contract because the lowest acceptable bid is greater than the available funds shall be
cause for the Architect-Engineer to be required to revise the project at his own cost and expense in accordance
with the requirements of this Agreement until a contract tan be awarded within the Project Amount.

8.2.2 If the Architect/Engineer advises the Q.'ner in writing after the Preliminary
Design Phase is completed and/or before the Construction Docrmnents are 50%
complete, that in his opinion the sco, of the work which the OCner establishes
and insists upon will cause the construction cost to exceed the funds available
.and resolution thereafter of this discrepancy fails; or if the Owner increases
the probable construction cost during the Construction Docurent Phase by
adding to the scope and/or requirement and the Archic' ect/Engineer so notifies
the Owner in writing of the probable increase in cost; and the Cwner orders
the Architect/Engineer to proceed notwiithstanding; then the Architect/Engineer
shall not be responsible for the C-.ner hot being able to award a construction
contract within the available funds. Uider such conditions, the extra work of
the Architect/Engineer as required to include in the Bidding Docurents alternate
as requested by the Owner, and/or to redesign and redraft the contract
documents shall be considered an "Additional Service" and payment for -such extra
work shall be as provided for under Arclicle 4 hereinabove.

8.2.3 If an award of construction contract is delayed more thin four months following the comrpietionof contract
documents, the Architect-Engineer shall be permitted td revise his estimates in accordance wilh recognized
published changes in construction costs.

ARTICLE 9. PERIOD OF SERVICE

9-1 The services called for in the schematic design hase of the Agree-
mrent shall be completed and submitted within -' calendar days
following authorization for the A/E to proceed. .
9.2 Upon written authorization from the Owner, the Architeit-Engineer shall proceed win the ptro;m.-ance of the
servicesca!led for in the Preliminary Design Phase of this gyeement, and shall submit Preliminary Design Docu-
r-,ents and Estimates of the Probable Cost within calendar days following authorization for the
Architect-Enginieer to proceed. I i






9.3 Alter ,ac.ui~er;,,nce by the Owr er of the Prleliminm y Desiy n idocui~ntrs and r,:vised E:t,lirn(! ,sii ofie, Piol.;i~ Cu,l.
Indicating i nv specific irmudiicztlions or c-hanres in scope diesiw(i I hy the Owner, arnd ]on willing l.Iit ,i1'i
tion riom the Owner, the Archilect-Engineer shall proceed withI the performance of the services cail',( or in
'i the Consnruction Documents Phase of this Agreement, so as t deliver same ready for taking bids within
__ .__ calendar days thereafter.

9.4 Unless sooner terminated as provided in Article 12, this Agreenent shall remain in force: (1) lor a period
which may reasonably be required for the design, award of contr cts and construction of the Project, including
extra work.and any required extension thereto; or (2) in case construction is not commenced, for a period of
12 months after the completion of the services called for in that phase of the work last authorized.

ARTICLE 10. PAYMENTS TO THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER

10.1 Payments on account of the Architect-Engineer's services shall be as follows:

10.1.1 Deleted


10.1.2 For his Basic Services, payments shall be made at the completion of each phase of the work in proportion to
services performed to increase the compensation to the following percentages of the Basic Rate.
Schematic Design Studies.............................. ........
Design Development Phase....................................3 5%
Construction Documents Phase
(at 50% com pletion...........................................5 0
(at 100% completion.....................................70
-Receipt of Bids .......................................................75%
Construction Phase (in monthly increments in
proportion to payments made to contractor).....10 %

10.2 Payments tor Additional Services of the Architect-Engineer as defined in Article 4 above, and for Reim-
bursable Expense as defined in Article 6.2, shall be made monthly upon presentation of a detailed invoice.

.' 10.3 No deduction shall be made from the Architect-Engineer's compensation on account of penalty, liquidated
Damages, or other sums withheld from payments to contractors


10.4 If any work designed or specified by the Architect-Engineer du ing any phase of service is abandoned or sus-
pended in whole or in part, the Architect-Engineer is to be paid for the service performed on account of it
prior to receipt of written notice from the Owner of such aba donment or suspension, together with reim-
bursements then due and any terminal expense resulting fro abandonment or suspension for more than
three months.

ARTICLE 11. ARCHITECT-ENGINEER'S ACCOUNTING RECORDS

Records of the Architect-Engineer's Direct Personnel Consultant, and Reimbursable Expense pertaining to this Project
and records of accounts between the Owner and Contractor shall be kept on a generally recognized accounting basis and
shall he available to the Owner or his authorized representative at mutually convenient times.

ARTICLE 12. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

This Agreement may be terminated by either party upon seven day's notice by mutual agreement,or should the other
party fail substantially to perform in accordance with its terms through no ault of the other. In the event of termination,
due to the fault of others than the Architect-Engineer, the Architect-Engineer shall be paid for services performed to
termination date, including :eimbursements then due, plus terminal expense.

ARTICLE 13. REUSE OF DOCUMENTS

Thie documents prepared pursuant to this Agr ement s';l:I nc.i -.e used on other project:. except by agreement in writing.
The O.'.ner may at his own expense obtain a set of reproducib e record pi ilts. of drawings and other documents, or if re-
quired by the Owner, theArchitect- Engin.eer shali deliver to the Owner the original tracings, but in such event the Ownier
al his own expense shall furnish the Architect-Engineer with a set of repro ucible record prints thereof.






'h T.-.-ner and th Architc/Engine;er :e:ch hinds hisself, his partners, s.cr ..;s,
-:si.ns ;,d ljal relrc&n;.L lives to the other party to this Agrc-'-'-nt d F to i"-'
.-rcrs, _successors, assigns and lgc:al representatives of such other party in re-
spEct of all covenants of this Agrcmc-nt. Neither the CXO.ner nor the 7Architect/
'Cngineer shall assign, sublet or transfer his interest in this Agreeent without
tine written consent of the other.

ARTICLE 15. ARBITRATION

Arbitration of disputes bete-en the C-.:ner and the Architect/Engineex shall be in
accordance with Chapter 682, Florida Statutes 1967, known as the Florida Arbitration
Code.

ARTICLE 16. SPECIAL PRO'ISIONS

16.1 The procedures and requirements set forth in the Guide for architects
and engineers performing services for the State of Florida, Departr,-ent
of General Services, Division of Building Construction and Maintenance, Doc.
No. 4010, shall be strictly adhered to and all submittals shall be completed
as specified.

16.2 .It shall be the responsibility of the Architect/Engineer to fully inform
the Owner of the progress of the planning and design. To this end, the
Architect/Engineer shall furnish the Owvner with a complete and descriptive
status report and a forecasted completion schedule at the end of each month
following the receipt of the signed contract document. The architect/engineer
shall furnish these reports until a contract award is made for construction,
at which time the reports described in Article 16.3 shall be furnished.

16.3 In addition to the requirements set forth in Article 3.3.3, the architect/
engineer shall complete the Division of Building Construction and Maintenance,
Bureau of Construction, iMonthly Construction Report each and every month,
based on knowledge obtained through observation of the construction work.
the architect/engineer shall submit this report to the Bureau of Construction,
Projects Manager, on or before the first day of each month.

16.4 The architect/engineer shall enlist the services of a qualified consultant,
when approved in writing by the Owner, for s-urveys, subsurface investigation,
testing and cost estimating when required. The direct cost of these services
shall be invoiced to the Owner from the consultant with approval for payl~nt
by the architect/engineer stated on t-he invoice. The Owner shall reimburse
the consultant directly in accordance with the terms of the written authorization.

16.5 Prohibition against contingent fees. The architect, registered land surveyor
or professional engineer (as applicable) warrants that ne rhas not e-mployed or
retained any company or person, other Lhan a bona fide e-oployee working solely
for the architect, registered land surveyor or professional engineer, to solicit
or secure this agree-,enat, and t-ht he has n;ot paid or agreed to pay any pesn,
c f iny, corporation, indivi4 ul or firm cte-r than a bona fide eploYe v kinz
solely for the -rchitect, regis tere lae i s-eureyor or professional ei:-..-r :y
fee, cc-mmission, percentage, gift, or any other considera-tion, contingent upcn or
resulting frm th:e s-:-ard or ;i:-_=Lrg of this agreement.


.-iAlv 14. S-CC.SSORS 7.ND ASSIGNS








IN WnTNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this Arreement, the dly and year first wriLicn abova.


AWARD OF CONTRACT APPROVED SY GOVERNOR

AND CABINET June 18, 1974
(Date)


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor


Dorothy Glisson
Secretary of State


Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General


Fred O. Dickinson. Jr.
Comptroller


Thomas D. O'Ma:iey, Treasurer
and Insurance Commissioner

Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture

Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


Jack D. Kane
Executive Director


As witnessed by


APPROVED ASTO FORM AND LEGALITY

Arnold L. Greenfield
General C.ounsel
Department of General Services



By _______


ARCHITECT-ENGINEER

Arthur Lee Campbell, A.I.A.





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March 10, 1975


Mr. Derek McLean
Bureau of Construction
Department of General Services
5th Floor Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Dear Mr. McLeans

Enclosed please find a copy of the plans, specifications,
and cost estimate on the re-construction of the DeBurgo-Pellicer
house (State Project No. DOS-6110) as prepared for this agency
by Arthur Lee Campbell A. I.A.

We feel that these plans and specifications are adequate
and would recommend their acceptance subject to the architects
note on page 7 regarding framing details.

Sincerely.



John W. Griffin
Director


RHS/bg
Enc.




STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF

GENERAL SERVICES
* n Building, Tallahassee 32304
Jack D. Kane, Executive Director

March 11, 1975


* ADMINISTRATION
* BOND FINANCE
* BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE
* COMMUNICATIONS


* ELECTRONIC DATA
PROCESSING
* MOTOR POOL
* PURCHASING
* SURPLUS PROPERTY


Please address reply to:


512 Larson Building


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- Mr.
359
St.


Arthur Lee Campbell
A-l-A North
Augustine, Florida 32084


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Plans and suppc

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Approval of the
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requirements of
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responsibility
dimensions, the
with applicable
the Architect,
responsibilities


ON APPROVAL
mber DOS 6110
tion of De Burgo-Pellicer House
ine, Florida


construction has received the Construction
rating information for this project.

e been reviewed, and I m co ning these
val as required by Section 255.25(1), Florida
ct to remarks or exceptions listed below.
plans and specifications attests to the faot
considered satisfactory with reference to the
this Department, as outlined in the Archi-
er Guide. Such approval does not imply
for nor attest to the accuracy of details or
proper selection of materials, or compliance
codes and ordinances, and does not relieve
Engineer, or the User Agency of any of their
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Subject to clarification of construction detail .,see attached)
and detailed pro-bid conference for which a detailed agenda
should be prepared. The conference should be recorded by
tape or stenographer.

We look forward to working with you oni this project*




Derek McLean
Project Director


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Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor


Thomas D. O'Malley
Treasurer


Dorothy W. Glisson
Secretary of State
Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture


Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General


Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.
Comptroller


Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


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3. A atuwce spctificatien sa4 detail for application
shall be prepaXr4.
4. Ista&ll*ttoa dtafil tfor air reraisters, te. shall be

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they should biwles a *apsir or vap to eat atainast
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

Pre-Qualification of Contractors

Reconstruction of the de Burgo Pellicer House



Qualified and interested General Contractors in the St. Augustine area are

invited to submit information as to their uniform qualifications for conducting

reconstruction work proposed for the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board,

State of Florida.

Briefly, the work proposed consists of reconstruction of three small frame

buildings, the related site work; and such minimum mechanical, electrical and

plumbing as is required to make the buildings usable.

Those seeking pre-qualification should submit a letter to the Historic

St. Augustine Preservation Board, P. 0. Box 1987, St. Augustine, FL 32084, by

Monday, the 31st of March, containing information as to their background experi-

ence in work of a similar nature. Prospective bidders' qualifications and finan-

cial background will be examined by the Board's Director and staff, professionally

advised by Architect Arthur Lee Campbell.

Since the project is a reconstruction of several colonial structures, the

Job Foreman must be a skilled craftsman knowledgeable in 18th century joinery and

other construction techniques. Contractors must be in possession of, or have

access to, the necessary hand tools such as froes, broad axes, adzes, slicks,

augers, etc. Contractor should be sympathetic to goal of the Board in accurately

recreating historic structures.

One week later, Monday, the 7th of April, at 4:00 p.m. DST, a Pre-qualification

Conference will be held in the conference room of the Historic St. Augustine

Preservation Board for all General Contractors who have expressed interest in writing.










LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT



Reconstruction of the de Burgo Pellicer House



Qualified and interested General Contractors in the St. Augustine area are

invited to submit information as to their uniform qualifications for conducting

reconstruction work proposed for the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board,

State of Florida.

Briefly, the work proposed consists of reconstruction of three small frame

buildings, the related site work; and such minimum mechanical, electrical and

plumbing as is required to make the buildings usable.

o2iz cking pr qualifiatin should submit a letter to the Historic

St. Augustine Preservation Board, P. 0. Box 1987, St. Augustine, FL 32084, by

S (Monday, the 31st of March) containing information as to their background experi-

ence in work of a similar nature. Prospective bidders' qualifications and finan-

cial background will be examined by the Board's Director and staff, professionally

advised by Architect Arthur Lee Campbell.

Since the project is a reconstruction of several colonial structures, the

Job Foreman must be a skilled craftsman knowledgeable in 18th century joinery and

other construction techniques. Contractors must be in possession of, or have

access to, the necessary hand tools such as froes, broad axes, adzes, slicks,

augers, etc. Contractor should be sympathetic to goal of the Board in accurately

recreating historic structures. ?A'

One week later Monday, the 7th of April, at 4:00 p.m. DSTa Pr-qualification
T)a Pre-qualification

CnnfPrPenn will be held in the conference room of the Historic St. Augustine

Preservation Board for all General Contractors who have expressed interest in writing.












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LEGALWOTt'ICB

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Legal Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids will be received by the
State of Florida, Department of
General Services, Division of
Building Construction and
: Mintenance unt.i 3 00 D n-, O IOCi
S(Daylight '.',ng Tme i orkyj.a 7
f'lay, 1975, ana ,%. 1 1 Ir. al rrI.. De
publicly opened and read aloud at
mDnf. room St. Augustine Historic
Preservation Board for the
Construction of re construction of de
Burgo-Pellicer house at, City-
County: St. Augustine, County of St.
Johns.
All materials furnished and all work
performed shall be in accordance
with the drawings, specifications
aid contract documents pertaining
ihereto, which may be examined but
ret obtained, at the office of the
Bureau of Construction, 512 Larson
Building, Tallahassee, Florida and
may be examined at or obtained
from the office of Arthur Lee
Campbell Architect 359 A.1.A. North
St. Augustine, Florida.
General Contractors may secure
c-awings and specifications from
ie Architect for a deposit of $25.00
per set with a limit of two sets per
Bidder. The deposit will be returned
to only those contractors whn
submit a Bona Fide bid, aiu ,,,
return the plans and specifications
within 15 days after receipt of bids,
in good condition, to the Architeci
(or Engineer).
All bids must be submitted on the
proposal form as furnished by the
Archiiecl Engineer and must be
accompanied by p.a Bid Bond,
Certified check, Cashier's check,
Treasurer's check or Bank draft, in
asum not less than five (5) per ceni
t the amount of the base bid, as a
jgarantee that the Budder will enter
into an agreement with the Owner if
his bid is accepted. This bid shall
remain in force for 30 days after the
time of opening. Bidders must be
licensed to do business in the State of
Florida.
ine Department of General Services
reserves the right to reject any and
.all bids and to waive informalities in
a-y bid whenever such rejection or
waiver is in the interest of the State
of Florida.
STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL
SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE
ALBERT E. BASS, DIRECTOR
A10-17-24-L468-Adv.







jhe St. Augustine Record, Thursday, April 10. 1975. I;age 11




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Legal Advertisement
Pre Bid Informational Meeting-'
Reconstruction of the
de Burgo Pellicer House
State Project DOS-6110
Qualified and interested General
Contractors in the St. Augustine
area are invited to attend a Pre-Bid
Informational Meeting in the
Conference Room of the Historic St.
Augustine Preservation Board,
Government House, St. Augustine,
Florida, Wednesday, the 16th day of
April, 1975 at 9:00 A.M., EDT, in
order to become acquainted with
specific project requirements. The
work proposed consists of
reconstruction of three small frame
buildings in accordance with
historic standards, the related site
work, and such minimal
mechanical, electrical and
plumbing as required to make these
buildings usable. Plans and
specifications will be available for
inspection at that time.
A10-L469-Adv.













TheSt. Augustine Record. Thursday. April 10, 1975, Page 11


Legal Advertisement !
Pre-Bid Informational Meeting
Reconstruction of the
de Burgo-Pellicer House "
State Project. DOS-6110
Qualified and interested General'
Contractors in the St. Augustine
area are invited to attend a Pre-Bid
Informational Meeting in the h
Conference Room of the Historic St.'
Augustine Preservation Board;.
Government House, St. Augustine,
Florida, Wednesday, the 16th day of
April, 1975 at 9:00 A.M., EDT, in
order to become acquainted with
specific project requirements. The
work proposed consists of i
reconstruction of three small frame
buildings in accordance with,
historic standards, the related site
work, and such minimal
mechanical, electrical and
plumbing as required to make these
buildings usable. Plans and."
specifications will be available for
inspection at that time.
A10-L469-Adv'









Copy of advertisement sent to following General Contractors
Mailed April 11, 1975

A D Davis, Lewis Sppedway

All State Construction Co., U. S. 1 South

Walter Andreu, 274 Cervantes Ave.

Bay-Pen Constr Co. Inc, 1401 Atlantic Blvd., Nep. Beach

Butler Bldg. of St. Augustine, 10 Ice Plant Rd.

Craford Masonry Co., Old Moultrie Rd.

E. R. Curtis Constr Co. 502 A

' Danlee Construction Co. Incl 195 State Rd 16

Delany Building Contractor, 25 Ravenwood Dr.

W. D. Dupont & Sons Inc., State Rd. 16

Fitzgerald & Haney Constr, 142 Carcaba Rd.

-Gilbert Corp., Old Hastings Rd.

Langston D Dump Truck Service, 206 Hibiscus Ave.

Larry & Co, 13 Myrtle Ave.

Henry Leth, 8-Daniel

Mason & Hanger-Silas Mason Co., Inc., Atlantic Bank Bldg.

E. B Meade & Sons Inc., 835 Anastasia Blvd.

N N & B Constru Co. Inc., Hwy AlA S

Dsprey Development Corp, A1A North

Runk Construction Co., U. S. 1 North

St. Augustine Home Builders Inc., 21 Casanova Rd.

St. Augustine Masonry, 252 Ucita Ave.

San Marco Contracting Co., Atlantic Bank Bldg.





CONTRACTORS



State Wide Paving Co., East Palatka

Thurston-Gullette Co., Avila St.

Union 76 Jobber, 228 W King. St.

Vulcan Inc., Dondanville Rd.

Steve Wehking Contractor, 1302 Shore Drive

H. E. Wolfe Constn Co.., Inc., Atlantic Bank Bldg.






Legal Advertisement
-Pre-Bid Informational Meeting
Reconstruction of the deBurgo.Pelltcer House
State Project DOS-6110

Qualified and interested General Contractors in the St. Augustine area
are invited to attend a Pre.Bid Informational Meeting in the Conference
Room of the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board, Government House,
St. Augustine, Florida, Wednesday, the 16th day of April, 1975 at 9.00 A. M.,
EDT, in order to become acquainted with specific project requirements.
The work proposed consists of reconstruction of three small frame buildings
in accordance with historic standards, the related site work, and such minimal
mechanical, electrical and plumbing as required to make these buildings usable.
Plans and specifications will be available for inspection at that time.






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STATEMENT TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS

The purpose of this conference is to inform prospective bidders as to the

unique nature of this project in regards to its scope and goals.

This project revolves around the reconstruction of three small frame

structures built by F. Pellicer, a master carpenter from the Island of Minorca.

But as stated by research personnel for the project he had come under English

influence both in his native land which was occupied by British troops, and

during his eight year residency in New Smyrna under Turnbull.

The assumption is that Pellicer would have adopted some of the Anglo

construction features because of this exposure to the English tradition.

The end product should reflect, as closely as possible, the physical

appearance of the buildings as they would have looked when they were first

constructed in 1780.

In order to faithfully reproduce the structures which occupied the site,

it will be necessary for present day artisans involved in this project to practice

their crafts in an 18th century manner. This will preclude the use of modern

power tools for the most part. Exceptions would be in the installation of the

mechanical, electrical, and plumbing called for in the plans and specifications.

Historically, the building of a frame house might require the services of

a number of artisans including the following:

1. House carpenter 5. Stone mason

2. Jointer 6. Glazier

3. Sawyer 7. Blacksmith

S4. Shingle splitter

In addition, semi-skilled labor was required to fell and hew timbers and

move material from the woods to the building site.

It is expected that the basic frames of the three structures will be hewn from

solid logs utilizing broad axes, adzes, and chalk lines.

All siding and flooring may be mill run, however no evidence of circular

sawing, power planning or dressing will be allowed. Allowable power tool marks





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will be limited to vertical saw marks as produced by a coarse tooth band saw on

material used for siding and flooring.

All mill work will be produced from rough sawn stock which will be a

minimum of 1/4" per face in excess of the finished size.

Minor variations in member size, hand dressing of finish work, beads

run by a molding plane, rough fencing, and some uneveness to the swept dirt

yard; all add to the feeling that this is a house of the 18th, rather than the 20th

century.


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28 APRIL 1975


Addendum No. 1. To The

SPECIFICATIONS & DRAWINGS (Dated 12 Feb. '75)
For
RE-CONSTRUCTION de BURGO PELLICER HOUSE
State Project No. DOS 6110
For
HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD




ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL ARCHITECT



The above named drawings and specifications are hereby modified, corrected
and or supplemented as follows:

SPECIFICATIONS

DIVISION ONE PROJECT SCOPE AND GOALS

HSAPB issued a written statement to prospective Bidders during a Pre-Bid
conference, 16 April 1975 which follows: This statement in part is hereby
made a part of Division One of the Specifications:

This project revolves aroung the reconstruction of three small frame
structures built by F. Pellicer, a master carpenter from the Island of
Minorca. But as stated by research personnel for the project he had come
under English influence both in his native land which was occupied by British
troops, and during his eight year residency in New Smyrna under Turnbull.

The assumption is that Pellicer would have adopted some of the Anglo Con.
struction features because of his exposure to the English tradition.

The end product should reflect, as closely as possible, the physical appear-
ance of the buildings as they would have looked when they were first construct-
ed in 1780.

In order to faithfully reproduce the structures which occupied the site* it
will be necessary for present day artisans involved in this project to
practice their crafts in an 18th century manner. This will preclude the use
of modern power tools for the most part. Exceptions would be in the install-
ation of the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing called for in the plans and
specifications.

Historically, the building of a frame house might require the services of
a number of artisans including the followingS.
1. House carpenter 3. Sawyer 5. Stone mason
2. Jointer 4. Shingle splitter 6. Glazier
7. Blacksmith









In addition, semi-skilled labor was required to fell and hew timbers and
move material from the woods to the building site.

It is expected that the basic frames of the three structures will be hewn
from solid logs utilizing broad axes, adzes, and chalk lines.

All siding and flooring may be mill run, however no evidence of circular
sawing, power planning or dressing will be allowed. Allowable power tool
marks will be limited to vertical saw marks as produced by a coarse tooth
band saw on material used for siding and flooring.

All mill work will be produced from rough sawn stock which will be a
minimum of 1/4" per face in excess of the finished size.

Minor variations in member size, hand dressing of finish work, beads run
by a molding plane, rough fencing, and some uneveness to the swept dirt
yard all add to the feeling that this is a house of the 18th, rather than
the 20th century.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Bid Date listed as 7 May 1975 is revised to the following:
Bids will be received until 4100 P.M. Daylight Saving Time on--a date
yet to be announced by HSAPB. You will be informed by Addendum as to
the Date, Time and Place.
DIVISION THREE, PARAGRAPH 3-3 STUCCOs Add the following

Areas shown to be covered with Stucco (all masonry surfaces except piers)
shall have a base coat of Portland cement and sand, 1 to 3. Base coat shall
be brought out a minimum of 3/8", well trowled and rodded to a smooth even
surface.

Ste_ -^ J Finish surface shall be applied with wood floats showing some float marks.
---- Finish coat shall be prepared from white cement andsand with a fairly liberal
use of small ground up oyster shell (check feed stores) and a small amount of
charcoal added to the mix.
The attempt is being made to simulate the oyster shell Stucco of two hundred
years ago.

PARAGRAPH 3-4 TABBY FLOORING

Floor thickness called for as Tabby and Packed Earth shall be 3 1/2" to 4"
just as a concrete floor. Add enough gray cement to form a hard "Soil Cement"
mixture. Suggest 1 to 15 cement to sand by volume.
We are attempting to simulate early Tabby Floors prepared from lime burned
oyster shell and sand.
Floors will be carefully rolled or tamped, slope gently away from the center
and grade out to established level so that storm water from the roof will be
carried away from the building.









DIVISION FOUR CARPENTRY, ROOFING AND FENCING

4-2 MATERIALS

There is an error on Sheet #7 of the Drawings in that the Corner Post is called
for as 8" x 8". This shall be changed to read 7" x 9".
In order that all timber sizes can be verified, following is a list of sizes
that are required for the Projects
1. Sills 8" x 8" Hand Hewn P.T.
2. Corner Posts 7" x 9" Hand Hewn P.T.
3. Studs 3" x 4" heavy up at windows and doors
4. Plate 6" x 8" Hand Hewn
5. Ceiling Joist 3" x 8" sawn, planed and beaded
6. Rafters 3 1/2" x 4" sawn
7. Floor Joist 6" x 6" P.T.

4-7 SHINGLES

HSAPB has relaxed the requirement that Handsplit Cypress shingles be supplied
for the work. Furnish instead
Western Red Cedar Shakes, GRADE NO. 1, Handsplit and Resawn 24" x 1/2" to 3/4"
These shakes have split faces and sawn backs, therefore any backs showing at
eve or on the rake shall be planed or scraped of saw marks where they are exposed.

4-8 ROOF COVERING

HSAPB has requested that 5/8" Plywood roof sheathing be deleted and a sub-
stitute item 1" Random Width Boards be furnished. This is occasioned by the
possibility of future use of the attic lofts in the viewing program at which
time the roof insulation would be removed.

Roof shingles shall be flashed where they meet vertical surfaces such as
chimney and dormer penetrations with 28 ga. galv. flashing.

Install in a workmanlike manner and as completely hidden as possible. Any
metal remaining exposed will be painted to blend in with shingles.

DRAWINGS

Sheet No. 9, Later Details, dated 28 April 1975, is hereby made an integral
part of the Drawings previously issued for Bidding Purposes.








ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL, A.I.A. ARCHITECT

359 A-1-A NORTH ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084 PHONE 824-1203


April 26, 1975

State of Florida
Department of General Services
Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Attentions Mr* Derek McLean, Project Director

Ret CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT REVIEW
Project Number DOS 6110
Reconstruction of De Burgo-Pellicer House
St. Augustine, Florida

Gent lemen

Listed below are my comments in reference to each paragraph of your reviews

1. Architect is not particularly alarmed about the cost of the building proper.
I am concerned that the requirements imposed by the State and saddled directly
onto the building will raise the costs. Contractors I have questioned say
this is a definite problem.

I do not have nor an I familiar with Form 203/18 (and it was not attached to
your letter)*

My first letter to the State indicated the building could be built for the
budgeted amount. Whether the paper work, the harassment and delays can be
covered is doubtful.

A. Ae easonable Alternate-deletion of the Entire Heating System".
has been requested in the specifications. The entire project is
usable without the Heating System and it can easily be installed
at some later date.

Further possible Alternates areas

1) Deletion of four (4) Dormers on the roof of the main
building. The project was initiated without these dormers.
I suggested their use on the rear (east) of the building
to introduce fresh air to the heating system* S.A.H.P.B.
requested the two (2) on the west of the building to match.

2) As a final, if the bid price proves to be just completely
out of sight, I have suggested to the S.A.H.P.B. that one
complete Out-Building be deleted from the work* In my
opinion this should be a negotiated item with the Low Bidder*








April 26, 1975
Mr. Derek McLean, Project Director
Page #2


2. I am quite willing to furnish full size details as required after the letting
of a contract. I do not think it appropriate that these details be furnished
in the Bidding Set. To properly prepare full raise details much more informa-
tion such as what materials Contractors will be able to supply should be
available to me*

3. Stucco in this area in the time portrayed was made by burning and crushing
oyster shells, resulting in lima which mixed with sand was the so called
Stucoo-actually a rather glorified Whitewash. To simulate this material
I have usually accepted a finish coat of White Marblecoat. S.A.H.P.B.
indicated to me they preferred not to use this material. I am inclined
to accept proposals from Contractors as to what materials they can supply.
I will accept 3/8" to 1/2" base course.

There is less than 50 sq. yda. of Stucco in the project and I fail to see
what should be detailed for Stucco application as your Review Sheet calls
for. I have been requested by S.A.H.P.B. to include charcoal and oyster
shell in the finish Stucco mix. An addendum item will clarify this point.

4* There are no air registers in the project* Only removable covers over the
holes that would be opened during the sort heating season and remain
closed (and unnoticable) during the remainder of the year.

5. I am certainly curious as to the background information you may have on
Cooking Hearths.

I am sure this fireplace was built without a damper and more than lik
no smoke shelfl I have never been able to find any evidence of either in
eears~ or On Site aIspection of sama* Some of the old fireplaces have
had nw lininas built into them and dampers included at that time.

6* Later Detail Sheet of drawings is attached shoving Isometric of Door and
Window Framing along with Corner Board Detail.

A. Your question about Ledges and Weathering, I assume was prompted by
my note regarding clear Sealant over the heads of windows and doors*
Flashing was not used in these positions* Window and door frames were
almost always rebated to receive the siding thereby negating the use
of flashing. I have called for the Sealant because an applied trim
would be acceptable to simulate the rebated member, thereby cutting
costs*.

B. I am quite aware that sheet pepper and sheet lead was available in
this period. But would a poor carpenter who built his own house and
could not even afford to paint it, flash with lead? In all my research
Manucy; Bullock; William & Williams; Kelly; The 1786 Rule Book; ete.;
I find absolutely no reference to flashing. I have specified a hidden









April 26, 1975
Mr. Derek McLean, Project Director
Page #3

flashing at chimney at dormer roof penetrations.

7. Detail of corner (angle) boards and eaves is provided on attached sheet.

I trust this answers your questions satisfactorily. I propose this sheet be put
out as a later detail ONLY. If made available during the bid period I feel it
might fttghten the Contractors more than they are now. I believe the details as
shown in Contract Set of Drawings will suffice to obtain a bid*

I am attempting now to get Mr. Klonia to set Bid Date for the project* Informa.
tion received from SSA.H.P.B. has already set two previous bid dates and we have
been endeavoring to get this project under r quite some time.

At the instigation of S.A.H.P.B. Pre-Bid C6nference was held in their conference
room between 0900 and 1100 hours. Mr. Steinbach has a tape of the proceedings
and I feel certain that your office was notified of this meeting.

I was interested to note that none of the Contractors involved made an effort to
pick up plans and specifications prior to this meeting, so their knowledge of the
scope of the project was quite limited and resulted in only limited exchange
about the work involved.

Please recall now that each step in this project I have had the benefit of
criticism and guidance from archaeologist Bob Steinbach*

Sincerely,



Athur Lee* Ca pbell
Architect

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Mr. Arthur Lee Campbell, AIA
359 AIA North
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Re: Project DOS-6110
Reconstruction of
DeBurgo-Pellicer House
St. Augustine, Florida

Dear Mr. Campbell:

Thank you for your letter of April 26, 1975.

I have not harassed; who then, has? I am sorry you didn't
get a copy of the cost estimate form. I shall see you
get one with this letter.

As you doubt the possibility of getting bids within the
contract sum, define add alternates to ensure it.

Item 1: (a) We agree to deletion of the heating. Is
hot water heating desirable in any case?

Make some substitute for heating--outlets for
electrical convectors are suggested.

(b) I doubt if we can "negotiate"! In the
circumstances we should probably reject all
bids and do the work by force account procedures.

Item 2: This point we concede providing sufficient smaller
scale detail is provided to ensure that the
contractor bids with a legally provable sufficiency
of information specific to the special require-
ments of the project.

Item 3: You should make research of the method of appli-
cation for the material required and instruct
the contractor with a "craft" specification.


Item 4: They still must be detailed.









Mr. Arthur Lee Campbell, AIA
May 1, 1975
Page Two



Item 5: My concern was heat loss and absence of flooding
in torrential rain, Mr. Steinbach says the hearth
will be used for heating and that he would welcome
a flood if it occurred in authentic style.
He agrees, it seems, with you.


Items A and B:

Mr. Griffin indicated that a 30 year building
life was the expectation of the original. We
must aim at something longer.

Any ledges should be weathered. A discrete
lead flashing should trouble no one. Please
provide this where good practice requires.
Where it does not, omit.

We have not received specific comments from the preservation
board. They have expressed themselves as not in agreement
upon details. Please meet with them and get them to mark
up drawings with their proposals.

The end result of your work is to be a set of drawings
and specifications from which the building can be constructed
without any doubt as to what is required.

Whether we receive a "successful" bid or whether the preser-
vation board must accomplish the work by force account
procedures will be determined through bidding. Your part
in the project will not be much affected by the outcome.

Yours sincerely,



Derek McLean
Project Director

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Addendum No. 1. To The

SPECIFICATIONS & DRAWINGS (Dated 12 Feb. '75)
For
RE-CONSTRUCTION de BURGO PELLICER HOUSE
State Project No. DOS 6110
For
HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD




ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL ARCHITECT



The above named drawings and specifications are hereby modified, corrected
and or supplemented as follows:

SPECIFICATIONS

DIVISION ONE PROJECT SCOPE AND GOALS

HSAPB issued a written statement to prospective Bidders during a Pre-Bid
conference, 16 April 1975 which follows: This statement in part is hereby
made a part of Division One of the Specifications:

This project revolves aroung the reconstruction of three small frame
structures built by F. Pellicer, a master carpenter from the Island of
Minorca. But as stated by research personnel for the project he had come
under English influence both in his native land which was occupied by British
troops, and during his eight year residency in New Smyrna under Turnbull.

The assumption is that Pellicer would have adopted some of the Anglo Con-
struction features because of his exposure to the English tradition.

The end product should reflect, as closely as possible, the physical appear-
ance of the buildings as they would have looked when they were first construct-
ed in 1780.

In order to faithfully reproduce the structures which occupied the site, it
will be necessary for present day artisans involved in this project to
practice their crafts in an 18th century manner. This will preclude the use
of modern power tools for the most part. Exceptions would be in the install-
ation of the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing called for in the plans and
specifications.

Historically, the building of a frame house might require the services of
a number of artisans including the following:
1. House carpenter 3. Sawyer 5. Stone mason
2. Jointer 4. Shingle splitter 6. Glazier
7. Blacksmith









In addition, semi-skilled labor was required to fell and hew timbers and
move material from the woods to the building site.

It is expected that the basic frames of the three structures will be hewn
from solid logs utilizing broad axes, adzes, and chalk lines.

All siding and flooring may be mill run, however no evidence of circular
sawing, power planning or dressing will be allowed. Allowable power tool
marks will be limited to vertical saw marks as produced by a coarse tooth
band saw on material used for siding and flooring.

All mill work will be produced from rough sawn stock which will be a
minimum of 1/4" per face in excess of the finished size.

Minor variations in member size, hand dressing of finish work, beads run
by a molding plane, rough fencing, and some uneveness to the swept dirt
yard all add to the feeling that this is a house of the 18th, rather than
the 20th century.

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

Bid Date listed as 7 May 1975 is revised to the following:
Bids will be received until 4100 P.M. Daylight Saving Time on--a date
yet to be announced by HSAPB. You will be informed by Addendum as to
the Date, Time and Place.
DIVISION THREE, PARAGRAPH 3-3 STUCCO Add the following

Areas shown to be covered with Stucco (all masonry surfaces except piers)
shall have a base coat of Portland cement and sand, 1 to 3. Base coat shall
be brought out a minimum of 3/8", well trowled and rodded to a smooth even
surface.

Finish surface shall be applied with wood floats showing some float marks.
Finish coat shall be prepared from white cement andsand with a fairly liberal
use of small ground up oyster shell (check feed stores) and a small amount of
charcoal added to the mix.
The attempt is being made to simulate the oyster shell Stucco of two hundred
years ago.

PARAGRAPH 3-4 TABBY FLOORING

Floor thickness called for as Tabby and Packed Earth shall be 3 1/2" to 4"
just as a concrete floor. Add enough gray cement to form a hard "Soil Cement"
mixture. Suggest 1 to 15 cement to sand by volume.
We are attempting to simulate early Tabby Floors prepared from lime burned
oyster shell and sand.
Floors will be carefully rolled or tamped, slope gently away from the center
and grade out to established level so that storm water from the roof will be
carried away from the building.









DIVISION FOUR CARPENTRY, ROOFING AND FENCING

4-2 MATERIALS

There is an error on Sheet #7 of the Drawings in that the Corner Post is called
for as 8" x 8". This shall be changed to read 7" x 9".
In order that all timber sizes can be verified, following is a list of sizes
that are required for the Projecta
1. Sills 8" x 8" Hand Hewn P.T.
2. Corner Posts 7" x 9" Hand Hewn P.T.
3. Studs 3" x 4" heavy up at windows and doors
4. Plate 6" x 8" Hand Hewn
5. Ceiling Joist 3" x 8" sawn, planed and beaded
6. Rafters 3 1/2" x 4" sawn
7. Floor Joist 6" x 6" P.T.

4-7 SHINGLES

HSAPB has relaxed the requirement that Handsplit Cypress shingles be supplied
for the work. Furnish instead:
Western Red Cedar Shakes, GRADE NO. 1, Handsplit and Resawn 24" x 1/2" to 3/4"
These shakes have split faces and sawn backs, therefore any backs showing at
eve or on the rake shall be planed or scraped of saw marks where they are exposed.

4-8 ROOF COVERING

HSAPB has requested that 5/8" Plywood roof sheathing be deleted and a sub-
stitute item 1" Random Width Boards be furnished. This is occasioned by the
possibility of future use of the attic lofts in the viewing program at which
time the roof insulation would be removed.

Roof shingles shall be flashed where they meet vertical surfaces such as
imney and dormer penetrations with 28 ga. galve flashing; R9AD OF PWlUA1D
I MP0R IN 2 t ETr LEAD ,
tall in a workmanlike manner and as completely hidden as possible. Any
metal remaining exposed will be painted to blend in with shingles.

DRAWINGS

Sheet No. 9, Later Details, dated 28 April 1975, is hereby made an integral
part of the Drawings previously issued for Bidding Purposes.








ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL,


359 A-1-A NORTH


A.I.A.


ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084


ARCHITECT

PHONE 824-1203


May 4, 1975


Mr. John W. Griffin
Director
St. Augustine Historie Preservation Board
Government House
P . Box 1987
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Re Project DOS.6110
Reconstruction of de-Burgo Pellicer House


Dear Mr. Griffin,

Enclosed are two copies of Addendum No. 1 with Later Detail Drawing,
dated 28 April 1975, requested by the State. I hand-delivered a draft
to Bob Steinbach last week.

This Addendum, which changes the Bid Date, with the Later Detail Drawing
has been mailed to all the Contractors who have a set of the Plan and
Specifications on this Job.

It is my understanding you will set a Revised Bid Date and forward these
documents to Mr. Derek McLean. Bob Steinbach has expressly requested I
Not forward these documents without coming thru your office.

Sinoertly,



Arthur Lee Campbell
Architect

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STATE OF FLORIDA
Department of ,tatr
P. O. BOX 1987
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084


SECRETARY OF STATE


May 12, 1975


DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS
HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE
PRESERVATION BOARD


Mr. Derek McLean
Project Director
Bureau of Construction
Department of General Services
Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Re: Project No. DOS-6110

Dear Mr. McLean:

Enclosed is a revised sheet of details for the subject project and a copy of
Addendum No. 1 as prepared by Mr. Arthur Lee Campbell, the architect for the
project.

I have approved this drawing sheet, and am by this letter, approving the
addendum from our point of view. By that, I mean that, as laymen in the field
of architecture, we believe these, together with the previously supplied plans
and specifications, are sufficient to indicate the historic character of the
structure. However, in regard to your Item 2 in your letter of May 1 to
Mr. Campbell, we do not believe that we possess the expertise to judge whether
detail is provided "to insure that the contractor bids with a legally provable
sufficiency of information specific to the special requirements of the project."
This would appear to me to call for a professional evaluation.

Hopefully, from our point of view, the necessary drawings and specifications
will be found to be satisfactory, and that a new bid date can be expected shortly.
If, however, there are any other points or problems, please let us know.

Sincerely,



John W. Griffin, Director
Historic St. 4ugustine
Preservation Board


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Jack D. Kane, Executive Director
May 19, 1T75


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Arthur Lee Campbell
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* ADMINISTRATION
* BOND FINANCE
* BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE
* COMMUNICATIONS


* ELECTRONIC DATA
PROCESSING
* MOTOR POOL
* PURCHASING
* SURPLUS PROPERTY


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tixg CONSTRaCTION ArnOVAn.
Project Number WOS 6110
ARconstrUotton of De "urgo-PoIllUer h ouoe
St. Auguatine, Florida


The bureau of Construwtion has received the Constrvotioe
Plans and suportiag $afonration for this project.

These itwea have boe revitmred, afid I as rAeconfntf~n theas
plans for approval as reair4e by Soitioc 255,23(1), Florida
Statutes, subject to remarks or exceptions listed below.
Approval of th plans and specifications attests to the fact
that they are considered satisfactory with referene to tohe
requiresaent of this fDpartasnt, as outlined in the Archi-
tect ani 4ngiaer Aui4. Such approval does not ivaly
responsibility for nor attest to the accuracy of details or
dAiseasions, the proper selection of materialsX or compliance
with a3pl able cdes and ordinances, anz does not relieve
the Architect, fEnintTSe or the User Agency of any of their
reoasponfsibilties.


This approval covers the speoesication addendum of A,
and the additional details drawing of May 12.

We look forward to working vith you on this project.


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Project Director


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Historic St. Augustine
Preservation Board Research Dept


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor


Thomas D. O'Malley
Treasurer


Dorothy W. Glisson
Secretary of State
Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture


Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General


Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.
Comptroller


Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


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Construction Documents Review
Project Number DOS 6110
De Burgo-Pellicer House Reconstruction
St. Augustine, Florida



1. The correspondence showed the architect to be concerned
about the cost of the works relative to the project
budget. It is required:

A. That alternates shall be identified in the bid
documents sufficient to secure a good bid for an
acceptable building.
.B, The architect shall prepare and return a cost
estimate on Department of General Services' Form
Number 203/1B (project cost estimate), a copy of
which is attached.

2. Additional details, full sized, shall be prepared to
show door and window sections.

3. A stucco specification and details for application
shall be prepared.

4. Installation details for air registers, etc. shall be
provided.

5. Details of the cooking hearth flue are to be furnished.
They should include a damper or cap to seal against
flood and backdraft.

6. Detail architrave to door and window openings, full
sized:

A. Were the ledges weathered?
B. Were no lead flashings used? Traditional detail
was generally most intelligent in its response to
need.

7. Provide full side detail of corner (angle) boards and
eaves.





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For
RE-CONSTRUCTION de BURGO PELLICER HOUSE
State Project No DOS 6110
For
HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD


ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL


ARCHITECT


The above named drawings and specifications are hereby
and/or supplemented as follows:


modified, corrected


BID DATE:
Notice is hereby given that the State has required the date and time
for receiving bids be revised to Thursday, 10 July 1975 @ 2:00 P.M.
Location the same as previously announced, Conference Room, Govern-
ment House, St. Augutsti;n, Flriida.

NOTICES
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is forwarded for each Contractor's use in preparing bids for the
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Mr. W. A. Scartage Chef
Buraw of Cesutrweta
Departmeat of GeOewal Seorlee
Room 512, Larsen Building
Tallahsee, FL $t323

Rei Project DOS-641
Paftl Property (DeSurge-PUlliser Horue)

Der Mr. Scartages

At the bid opeiatg Jly 10. 197S en At sublet project, Oshtred
by your Mr. C. L. Kleta,. only a stgle bid was ree Ived, from
A & P Builders, Jackaoirtlle, the bae ameaMt of $64, 910. 00
wth -a atteractf detection of $3,750.00. UpOa recommaosdatlea
of te archttet. Mr. Artur Lee Campell, .a tI view of the
large amout ti eu*ees of available ftads, we reeammead the
rejecteio of Asf bid.

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carryWlg Itt project forward.

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Robert Stelabatch
Artbur Lee CamqbeU





:TATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF

NERAL SERVICES
LW Building, Tallahassee 32304

Jack D. Kane, Executive Director

July 25, 1975


* BOND FINANCE PROCESSING
* BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MOTOR POOL
AND MAINTENANCE PURCHASING
* COMMUNICATIONS SURPLUS PROPERTY

Please address reply to:
Bureau of Construction
512 Larson Building


Mr. John W. Griffin, Director
Historic Preservation Board
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Re: Project DOS-6110
Restoration of Paffe House
(Burger-Pellicer House)
St. Augustine, Florida

Dear Mr. Griffin:

Mr. Campbell wrote on July 11 recommending that this project be
accomplished by Force Account methods, the single bid being, in his
opinion, priced too high above his estimate to merit consideration.

As you know, it was at one time agreed by all of those most closely
involved in the project that:

1. there was little likelihood of obtaining a
reasonable bid by general advertisement; and

2. that you had the capability to execute the work
using your own staff; and

3. that the project was, in its detail, suitable for
Force Account execution.

Unless your circumstances are changed, I suggest you revert to the
Force Account idea. Such an approval was readied in March (March 4).
An updated approval is attached.


Yours v truly,


Derek necn "
Project Director

DML/jb
cc: Mr. Arthur Lee Campbell
Mr. E. J. Lanum
Mr. Robert Williams


JUL 30 1975

HISTORIC - .
pRESERVAI" E: "
D EPART' i1;-' -"


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor


Thomas D. O'Malley
Treasurer


Bruce A. Smathers
Secretary of State
Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture


Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General
Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


Gerald A. Lew.s
Comptroller


ADMINISTRATION


* ELECTRONIC DATA





STATE OF FLORIDA 9 ADMINISTRATION ELECTRONIC DATA
DEPARTMENT OF o BOND FINANCE PROCESSING
S* BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MOTOR POOL
FUNERAL SERVICES AND MAINTENANCE PURCHASING
n Building, Tallahassee 32304 0 COMMUNICATIONS SURPLUS PROPERTY
Jack D. Kane, Executive Director 'o Please address reply to:
Bureau of Construction
July 25, 1975 512 Larson Building





Mr. John W. Griffin, Director
Historic Preservation Board
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Re: Project DOS-6110
Restoration of Paffe House
(Burger-Pellicer House)
St. Augustine, Florida

Dear Mr.Griffin:

The program has been reviewed by this section and it is approved
as being suitable for execution by Force Account procedures, the
requirements of these procedures being fully met in the development
of Force Account documentation.

* You will have to submit plans, specifications and schedules of
values for the several included projects in order to obtain approval
for construction and the release of funds. In the work, all
applicable codes should be followed (including those designed
to secure safe working conditions on the job) and no more work
should be undertaken thant the funds clearly allow.

Enclosed are the Department of General Services' Policy Guidelines
BCM 4007 (which you will wish to read with regard to Force Account
Procedures) and the Uniform Standards for the Conduct of Force
Account work. Mr. Lanum, Manager (Administrator) of Force Account
projects in the Bureau of Construction and Maintenance will advise
and assist as may be required to set the project up. He will
approve the various stages of the project on behalf of the Department.

If we can be of further assistance, please let us know.

Yo very trul,


Der Lean
Project Director

DML/jb
cc: Mr. E. J. Lanum
Mr. William Luger
Mr. W. A. Scaringe
Reubin O'D. Askew Bruce A. Smathers Robert L. Shevin Gerald A. Lew.s
Governor Secretary of State Attorney General Comptroller
Thomas D. O'Malley Doyle Conner Ralph D. Turlington
Treasurer Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner of Education





HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD


EXTRACT FROM BOARD MEETING MINUTES OF JULY 31, 1975


2. Report on De Burgo-Pellicer Project. Mr. Griffin reported that bidding
was opened on this project the 9th of July and that the one bid received was
in excess of available funds. The Department of General Services has given
its approval to proceed on this project by force account, and the Board, on
motion duly seconded by Dr. Gannon, approved this method of construction.





Secretary








ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL, A.I.A. ARCHITECT

359 A-1-A NORTH ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA 32084 PHONE 824-1203
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August 26, 1975

Mr. John W. Griffin
Director
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
Government House
P. 0. Box 1987
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

Re: Project No. DOS-6110
Restoration of Paffe House
St. Augustine, Florida

Dear Mr. Griffin,

As you will recall this office recommended to the State that the
De-Burgo-Pellicer Project be carried forward by Preservation Board
Force Account.

To date I have not heard from Department of General Services regarding
this recommendation but I would assume that I have been relieved of
any further responsibility with the project.

With the above in mind, I attach my billing for completion of services
thru the Receipt of Bids Stage.

Sincerely yours,


Arthur Lee Campbell
Architect
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Mr. John W. Griffin, Dirptorn
Historic St. Augustine
PrAsprvation rnard
Department of State
Pont Offini- Rn R 1Q987
St. Augustine, Florida 32064


STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF

GENERAL SERVICES
Larson Building, Tallahassee.32304


ADMINISTRATION ELECTRONIC DATA
BOND FINANCE PROCESSING
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MOTOR POOL
AND MAINTENANCE PURCHASING
COMMUNICATIONS SURPLUS PROPERTY
Bureau of Construction.
Please address reply to: Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Re: Project DOS-611n

Re-construction of deBurgo-Pellicer House

St. Augustine


FORCE ACCOUNT PROJECT


The Bureau of Construction has received the Construction plans and support
information for this project.

* These items have been reviewed and I am recommending these plans for approval as
required by Section 255.25(1), Florida Statutes, subject to remarks or exceptions
listed below. Approval of the plans and specifications attests to the fact that
they are considered satisfactory with reference to the requirements of this de-
partment outlined in the A & E Guide. Such approval does not imply responsi-
bility for nor attest to the accuracy of details or dimensions, the proper
selection of materials, or compliance with applicable codes and ordinances and
does not relieve the Architect, Engineer, or the User Agency of any of their
responsibilities.

Approved for construction by Force Account and expend an amount not to
exceed that shown on each Schedule of Values or total amount ot *53,590.30.
Proceed as per Uniform Standards for Conduct of Force Account and when
advised by the Department of Administration that encumbered tunds nave been
released. Please inform this Department as to the progress of these pro-
jects on your Quarterly Report due December 1975. Completion date
June 30-76.,


We look forward to working with you on this project.


UcaXL\ .. % U. NLAJ1 &SLt.iLLI.LoI .La L.JL
Construction Administration Section
Bureau of Construction


E. 6. Lanum, Projects Manager
Force Account
Construction Administration Section


C) QJ~h k .&L


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor
Thomas D. O'Malley
Treasurer


Richard (Dick) Stone
Secretary of State


Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General


Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.
Comptroller


Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


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Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture
















Jack D. Kane, Executive Director


STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF

GENERAL SERVICES
Larson Building, Tallahassee.32304

ADMINISTRATION ELECTRONIC DATA
BOND FINANCE PROCESSING
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MOTORPOOL
AND MAINTENANCE PURCHASING
COMMUNICATIONS SURPLUS PROPERTY

Bureau of Construction
Please address reply to:
Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304


INFORMATION SHEET
to accompany
CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT APPROVAL

CONSTRUCTION BY FORCE ACCOUNT




Compliance with all requirements of the UNIFORM STANDARDS FOR

THE CONDUCT OF FORCE ACCOUNT WORK is the responsibility of the Using

Agency. The Construction Coordination with this office should be

through Mr. E. J. Lanum, Construction Control Coordinator, for Force

Account work.


Applicable Remarks:


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor
Thomas D. O'Malley
Treasurer


Sheet 2

Richard (Dick) Stone Robert L. Shevin Fred O. Dickinson, Jr.
Secretary of State Attorney General Comptroller
Doyle Conner Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner of Education




S. olr o1 FLORIIuA


DLP/AnMI.NT or

GENERAL SERVICES
jc Building, Tallahassee 32304

J D. Kane. Executive Director


September 30, 1975


ADMINISI RAIION
BOND FINANCE


* ELECTRONIC DATA
PROCESSING


BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MOTORPOOL
AND MAINTENANCE PURCHASING


* COMMUNICATIONS


* SURPLUS PROPERTY


Please address reply to:



507-A Larson Building


Honorable Bruce Smathers
Secretary of State
State of Florida
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32304


NOTICE OF CABINET ACTION

Dear Senator Smathers:

The Governor and Cabinet, at their meeting today, sitting as
the Department of General Services, granted authority for
the Division of Cultural Affairs, Department of State, to
encumber and expend an amount not to exceed $53,590.30 for
reconstruction of deBurgo-Pellicer Houses, St. Augustine,
Project DOS-61-10. Payment will be made from General Revenue
Fund 1-725-6110, and Operating Trrust Fund 2-455-0508.

This work will be accomplished using force account
procedures, issuing purchase orders for materials and
supplies and rental of equipment and employing extra
labor as necessary, "all in compliance with rules and
regulations of the Division of Purchasing, and with
Uniform Standards for the Conduct of Force Account
Work.


Sincerely,


Albert E. Bass, Director
Division of Building Construction
and Property Management-

AEB/lm B

cc: MrS.-Leonard-Pas, Jr.
Bureau of Construction (2)
Mrs. Alice Ragsdale


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ReJbin O'D. Askew
Governor


ThonnmacD. O'Ulaley
Treasurer


Bruce A. Smathers
Secretary of S:ate
Doyle Conner
Curnnissionsi of Ag-iculture


Robert L Shevin
Attorney General
Ra!ph D. Turlington
Commission, of Education


Gcrald A Lewis
Compt:oller




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