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Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: B7-L7 deBurgo-Pellicer
Title: Specifications for labor and materials
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Title: Specifications for labor and materials
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: B7-L7 deBurgo-Pellicer
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Language: English
Publication Date: 1979
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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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SPECr1CATIONS ;or
LMOP. AND MATERIALS


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PIROJ. NO. DOS G611


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STATE OF FLORIDA









RE -CO NSTRU C T ION de BUR GO- PELLIC ER HOUSE

St. Augustine, Florida

State Project No. DOS 6110

Called Restoration of Paffe House



To be constructed for

HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD



by

STATE OF FLORIDA

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

Division of Building Construction and Maintenance


Specifications and Cor.tract Documents

Set No. 7

Date Issued /


ARTHUR LEE CAMPBELL
359 AIA NORTH, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
PHONE NO. 904-824-1203


ARCHITECT


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SECTION A


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 Maintenance, until 3:00 P.M. o'clock Daylight Saving
Time on 7 flA ii 1975, and will at that time be publicly opened and
read aloud at the Conference Room of the Historic Preservation Board,
Government House, St. Augustine, Florida, for the Construction of
Re-Construction of de-Burgo-Pellicer House at St. Augustine county of
St. Johns.

All materials furnished and all work performed shall be in accordance
with the drawings, specifications and contract doucments pertaining
thereto, which may be examined, but not obtained, at the office of the
Bureau of Construction, 512 Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida, or
at the Historic Preservation Board office in St. Augustine, Florida,
and may be examined at or obtained from the office of Arthur Lee Campbell,
Architect, 359 AIA North (Vilano Beach) St. Augustine, Florida.

General Contractors may secure drawings and specifications from the
Architect for a deposit of $25.00 per set with a limit of two sets per
Contractor. The deposit will be returned to the Bidder upon return of
the plans and specifications, in good condition, to the Architect.

All bids must be submitted on the proposal form as furnished by the
Architect and must be accompanied by a Bid Bond, Certified check,
Cashier's check, Treasurer's check or Bank draft, in a sum not less
than five (5) percent of the amount of the base bid, as a guarantee
that the Bidder 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.

The Department of General Services reserves the right to reject any and
all bids and to waive informalities in any bid whenever such rejection
or waiver is in the interest of the State of Florida.





STATE OP FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
AND MAINTENANCE
ALBERT E. BASS, DIRECTOR


?cEL)sED 2Q6/7I






SECTION A


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 Maintenance, until 3:00 P.M. o'clock Daylight Saving
Time on March 1975, and will at that time be publicly opened and
read aloud at the Conference Room of the Historic Preservation Board,
Government House, St. Augustine, Florida, for the Construction of
Re-Construction of de-Burgo-Pellicer House at St. Augustine county of
St. Johns.

All materials furnished and all work performed shall be in accordance
with the drawings, specifications and contract doucments pertaining
thereto, which may be examined, but not obtained, at the office of the
Bureau of Construction, 512 Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida, or
at the Historic Preservation Board office in St. Augustine, Florida,
and may be examined at or obtained from the office of Arthur Lee Campbell,
Architect, 359 AIA North (Vilano Beach) St. Augustine, Florida.

General Contractors may secure drawings and specifications from the
Architect for a deposit of $25.00 per set with a limit of two sets per
Contractor. The deposit will be returned to the Bidder upon return of
the plans and specifications, in good condition, to the Architect.

All bids must be submitted on the proposal form as furnished by the
Architect and must be accompanied by a Bid Bond, Certified check,
Cashier's check, Treasurer's check or Bank draft, in a sum not less
than five (5) percent of the amount of the base bid, as a guarantee
that the Bidder 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.

The Department of General Services reserves the right to reject any and
all bids and to waive informalities in any 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





SECTION B


INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS
INDEX

ITEM PAGE

B-1 Specification Terminology - - - - - - B-1

B-2 Qualification of Bidders - - - - - - B-2

B-3 Familiarity with Laws - - - - - - - B-2

B-4 Wage Rates - - - - - - - - - B-2

B-5 Florida Products and Labor - - - - - B-2

B-6 Taxes and Permits - - - - - - - - B-2

B-7 Progress Payments - - - - - - - - B-3

B-8 Bidding Documents - - - - - - - - B-3

B-9 Alternates - - - - - - - - - B-3

B-10 Addenda - - - - - - - - - - B-4

B-1 Interpretation of Bidding Documents - - - B-4

B-12 Examination of Bidding Documents and Site of Work B-4

B-13 Basis For Bidding Trade Names - - - - B-5

B-14 Bid Guarantee - - - - - - - - - B-5

B-15 Surety Companies Acceptable to the D.G.S. - - B-6

B-16 Listing of Subcontractors - - - - - - B-7

B-17 Preparation and Submission of Bids - - - B-7

B-18 Bid Modification - - - - - - - - B-8

B-19 Withdrawal of Bids - - - - - - - B-8

B-20 Disqualification of Bidders - - - --- - B-8

B-21 Receipt and Opening of Bids - - - - - B-9

B-22 Disqualification of Bids - - - - - - B-9

B-23 Rejection of Bids - - - - - - - - B-9

B-24 Award of Contract - - - - - - - - B-9

B-25 Time of Completion and Liquidated Damages - - B-9

B-26 Apprentice Employment Requirements - - - - B-10

Revised 8/02/73





ACTION B
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS

B-1 SPECIFICATION TERMINOLOGY

DEFINITION OF TERMS:
Whenever in these specifications the following terms (or pronouns
which replace these terms) are used, their intent and meaning
shall be interpreted as follows:

OWNER:
Department of General Services of the State of Florida.

CONTRACTOR:
Any individual, firm, partnership or corporation entering into
an agreement to perform the work specified herein.

ARCHITECT-ENGINEER (OR ARCHITECT DR ENGINEER):
The firm of ART LP LGE ^ACM PLLL ARUITCT
acting
directly or through a duly authorized representative.

PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE:
An authorized representative of -he Architect-Engineer assigned
to assist the Architect-Engineer in carrying out his responsibi-
lities at the project site.

BIDDER:
SAny individual, firm, partnershi- or corporation submitting a
proposal for the work contemplated.

SURETY:
The corporate body which is boun_ with and for the Contractor,
which is primarily liable and v-hih guarantees the faithful
performance of the Agreement.

PROPOSAL:
A bid for the work contemplated -:hich the Bidder shall submit on
approved forms.

DRAWINGS:
The drawings or reproductions the.reof pertaining to the work to
be performed and which have bee: prepared or approved by the
Architect-Engineer.

SPECIFICATIONS:
The Conditions of the Contract, -etailed Technical Specifications
and such other descriptions of rhe work as are set forth in any
of the contract documents.

AGREEMENT:
"Agreement" shall mean the document entitled "Form of Agreement
Between Contractor and Owner for Construction of Buildings".

S CONTRACT:
"Contract" shall mean the Contract Documents as defined and listed
in the Agreement.


Revised 8/1/71


B-1-4





B-2 QUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS


In order to be qualified, a Bidder must be able to present evidence that he/(they) and
his listed subcontractors are currently registered with or hold an unexpired certificate
issued by the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board in accordance with
Chapter 468, Part II Licensing of Construction Industry, Florida Statutes and/or the
"Florida Electrical Contractors" Licensing Board in accordance with Chapter 468, Part
VII, Florida Statutes.

In order to be qualified, if the Bidder is a Corporation, he must be properly registered
with the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Corporations, and must
hold a current State Corporate Charter Number in accordance with Chapter 608,
Florida Statutes.

Furthermore, the Agreement will only be entered into with responsible contractors,
found to be satisfactory by the Owner, qualified by experience and-in a financial
position to do the work specified.

In order to facilitate the execution of the Agreement, the Bidder shall submit with his
proposal a list of and brief description of similar work satisfactorily completed, with
location, date of contracts, together with names and addresses of Owners.

B-3 FAMILIARITY WITH LAWS

The Bidder is required to be familiar with all Federal, State and Local Laws, ordinances,
rules, and regulations that in any manner affect the work Ignorance on the part of the
Bidder will in no way relieve him from responsibility.

B-4 WAGE RATES

Attention of Contractor is directed to the provisions of Section 215.19, Florida Statutes,
with regard to rate of wages for laborers, mechanics and apprentices employed on
Public Works. The rate of wages for the construction of the proposed work shallb5e
not less than the prevailing rate of wages furnished by the Division of Labor and
Employment Opportunities of the State of Florida, Department of Commerce or a
current wage rate Decision issued by the United States Department of Labor if this
project is being assisted by Federal Funds. This determination will be indicated by
the schedule of labor classifications and corresponding wage rates which are included
in these documents.

B-5 FLORIDA PRODUCTS AND LABOR

The Contractor's attention is called to Section 255.04, Florida Statutes, which require
that on public building contracts Florida products and labor shall be used wherever price
and quality are equal.

B-6 TAXES AND PERMITS

Although the Owner is not subject to the Florida Sales and Use Tax any Contractor who
purchases materials which will be used in the construction of a State owned building will
not be exempted from the Sales Tax on these materials as evidenced by the following
excerpt from the Florida Statutes:
Revised 2/5/75







The State, any county, municipality or political subdivision
of this State is exempt from the sales tax, except this exemption
shall not include sales of tangible personal property made to
contractors employed either directly or as agents of any such
government or political subdivision thereof when such tangible
personal property goes into or becomes a part of public works
owned by such government or political subdivision thereof.

The Owner is not subject to:
Federal Excise Taxes on materials or appliances that
are incorporated into and become a part of the com-
pleted improvement.
Federal Tax on Transportation of Property.
Cost of Municipal Building Permits.

In every case of a purchase of materials to be incorporated
in the work which are subject to Federal Excise Tax, the Owner
will furnish to the ContiractLr the necessary Federal Excise
Tax Exemption Certificate !,pon receipt of a copy of the supplier's
invoice showing the item or ite ., the net price and Federal
Excise Tax separately.

The Bidder shall take Lthcs f ac crs into consideration in
preparing his proposal, including therein the cost of the
State Sales and Use Tax obn .aterals, but excluding the cost
of those taxes and permits ;:- = plicable.

B-7 PROGRESS PAYMENTS

Based upon Applications f-.,r aye ..--t submitted to the Architect
by the Contractor and Certificates for Payment issued by the
Architect, the Owner shall make monthly progress payments to
the Contractor as provided in t-.e Agreement.

B-8 BIDDING DOCUMENTS

Drawings, specifications .: i;-:: r-ational documents furnished
to the Bidder for his use i ; preparing a bid for the work
involved in the project co,: rLse e bidding documents.

B-9 ALTERNATES

If the Owner wishes to 1.:;-r- the -elative or additional con-
struction cost of an altLcrrc:tive r.method of construction, an
alternative use of type of i'iiteriai or an increase or decrease
in scope of the project the;.: ite.-s will be defined as alter-
nates and will be specific( c>il described by the drawings and/
or the specifications. Alternates will be listed in the Pro-
posal Form in such a manner that the Bidder shall be able to
clearly indicate what sums f.= will add to (or deduct from)
his Base Bid.


Revised 8/1/71


B-3 -6









If the base bid is within the amount of funds available to
finance the construction contract and the Owner wishes to accept
alternate additive bids, then contract award will be made to
that responsible bidder submitting the low combined bid, con-
sisting of the base bid plus alternate additive bids (applied
in the numerical order in which they are listed on the bid form).
Under this procedure, if the Owner wishes to make award on only
the base bid, then contract award will be made to that respon-
sible bidder submitting the low base bid.

If the base is within the amount of funds available to finance
the construction contract, then contract award will be made to
that responsible bidder submitting the low base bid. If the
base bid exceeds the amount of funds available to finance the
construction contract, then the Owner may reject all bids or
may award the contract to that responsible bidder submitting
the low combined bid, consisting of the base bid with such
alternate deductive bids (applied in the numerical order in
which they are listed on the bid form) as are required to
produce a net bid amount within the availability of funds.

B-10 ADDENDA

In case the Architect/Engineer finds it expedient to supplement,
modify or interpret any portion of the Bidding Documents during
the bidding period, such procedure will be accomplished by the
f issuance of written Addenda to the Bidding Documents which will
be delivered or mailed to all prospective Bidders at the respec-
tive addresses furnished for such purposes.

B-ll INTERPRETATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS

No interpretation of the meaning of the Drawings, Specifications,
or other Bidding Documents, no correction of any apparent
ambiguity, inconsistency or error therein, will be made to any
Bidder orally. Every request for such interpretation or correc-
tion should be in writing, addressed to the Architect-Engineer.
All such interpretations and supplemental instructions will be
in the form of written Addenda to the Bidding Documents.

Only the interpretation or correction so given by the Architect-
Engineer, in writing, shall be binding and prospective Bidders
are advised that no other source is authorized to give informa-
tion concerning, or to explain or interpret the Bidding Documents.

B-12 EXAMINATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS AND SITE OF WORK

Bidders are required, before submitting their proposals, to visit
the site of the proposed work and completely familiarize them-
selves with the nature and extent of the work and any local con-
ditions that may in any manner affect the work to be performed





Revised 8/1/71 B-4-7






and the equipment, materials, and labor required. They are also required to examine
carefully the drawings, specifications and other bidding documents, to inform themselves
thoroughly regarding any and all conditions and requirements that may in any manner
affect thu work.


B-13 BASIS FOR BIDDING TRADE NAMES

For clarity of description and as a standard of comparison, certain equipment, materials,
etc., have been specified by at least two trade names or manufacturers. To insure a
uniform basis for bidding, the Bidder shall base his Proposal on the particular system,
equipment or material specified. After the contract is let, other equipment, materials,
etc., as manufactured by other manufacturers may be accepted only ifi in the opinion
of the Architect-Engineer, same is equivalent in quality and workmanship and will
perform satisfactorily its intended purpose.


B-14 BID GUARANTEE

Bids shall be accompanied by a bid guarantee of not less than five (5) percent of the amount
of the bid, which may be a certified check, a cashier's check, treasurer's check, bank draft,
or Bid Bond made payable to the Owner. Such check or Bid Bond shall be submitted with the
understanding that it shall guarantee that the Bidder will not withdraw his bid for a period
of thirty (30) days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids; that if his bid
is accepted, he will enter into a written contract with the Owner in accordance with the
form of agreement included as a part of the Contract Documents, and that the required
Performance Bond will be given; and that in the event of the withdrawal of said bid
within said period, or failure to enter into said Agreement and give said bond within
ten (10) days after he has received notice of acceptance of his bid, the Bidder shall be
liable to the Owner for the full amount of the bid guarantee as representing the damage
to the Owner on account of the default of the Bidder in any particular hereof. The
Bid Bonds or checks shall be returned to all except the lowest two bidders after the
formal opening of bids. The remaining Bid Bonds or checks will be returned to the two
lowest bidders after the Owner and the accepted bidder have executed the Agreement
and Performance Bond has been approved by the Owner. If the required Agreement and
ond have not been executed within thirty (30) days after the date of the opening of the
bids, then the Bid Bond or check of any Bidder will be returned upon his request, provided
he has not been notified of the acceptance of his bid prior to the date of such request.

Notice: The Bid Bond must be signed by a Florida Licensed Resident Agent who holds
a current Power of Attorney form the Surety Company issuing the Bond.


Revised 2/5/75


8-5 -8








B-15 SURETY COMPANIES ACCEPTABLE TO THE DEPARTMENT OF
GENERAL SERVICES

To be acceptable to the Department of General Services as
Surety for Performance and Payment Bonds a Surety Company
shall comply with the following provisions:

1) The Surety Company must be admitted to do business in
the State of Florida.

2) The Surety Company shall have been in business and have
a record of successful continuous operations for at
least five years.

3) The Surety Company shall ha-e at least the following
minimum ratings:

(a) REQUIRED FINANCIAL RATING
CONTRACT AMOUNT Best's Financial Rating)

0 to 375,000 BBBB
375,000 to 500,000 BBBB+
500,000 to 750,000 AA
750,000 to 1,000,000 AA+
1,000,000 to 1,250,000 AAA
1,250,000 to 1,500,000 AAA+
1,500,000 to 2,000,000 AAAA
2,000,000 to 2,500,000 AAAA+
2,500,000 or more AAAAA

(b) Best's Policyholder's Rating of "A" (which signify
"excellent" based upon good underwriting, economic
management, adequate reserves for undisclosed lia-
bilities, net resources for unusual stock and sound
investment) or an equivalent rating from the Insur-
ance Commissioner if -nt rated by Best's.

4) The Surety Company shall .ct expose itself to any loss
on any one risk in an amonut exceeding ten (10) percent
of its surplus to policyhcl-ers, provided:

(a) Any risk or portion cf any risk which shall have
been reinsurea (in which case these minimum require-
ments contained herein also apply to the reinsuring
carrier) in assuming insurer authorized or approved
by the Insurance Covunissioner to do such business
in this State shall be deducted in determining the
limitation of risk prescribed in this section.

(b) In the case of a surety insurance company, there
shall be deducted in addition to the deduction for
reinsurance, the amount assumed by any co-surety,


B-6-9







The value of any security deposited, pledged or held subject to the content
of the surety and for the protection of the surety.

B-16 LISTING OF SUBCONTRACTORS

In order that the Owner may be assured that only qualified and competent subcontractors
will be employed on the project each Bidder shall submit with his Proposal a list of the
subcontractors who will perform the work for each Division of the Specifications as
indicated by the "List of Subcontractors" form contained in these specifications. The
Bidder shall have determined to his own complete satisfaction that a listed subcontractor
has been successfully engaged in this particular type of business for a reasonable length
of time, has successfully completed installations comparable to that which is required
by this Agreement and is qualified both technically and financially to perform that
pertinent phase of this work for which he is listed. Only one subcontractor shall be
listed for each phase of the work.

The applicable subcontractor license registration or certification number must be noted
on the bid opposite his name, and in the event that the subcontractor is a corporation,
his State Corporate Charter Number shall also be noted. If the subcontractor is an out
of state firm,their Charter Number with the Secretary of State to do business in the State
of Florida should also be noted.

After public opening and reading of proposals, the listing of subcontractors submitted by
the apparent low Bidder will be read publicly. The listings of other bidders will be
returned.

No change shall be made in the list of subcontractors, before or after the award of a contract,
unless agreed to in writing by the Owner.


B-17 PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BIDS

Each Bidder shall copy the proposal form on his own letterhead, indicate his bid prices
thereon in proper spaces, for the entire work and for alternates on which he bids.
Any erasure or other correction in the proposal may be explained or noted over the
signature of the Bidder. Proposals containing any conditions, omissions, unexplained
erasurers, alternations, items not called for or irregularities of any kind may be
rejected by the Owner.

Each bid must give the full business address of the Bidder and state whether he is on
individual, corporation or partnership.

Proposals by a corporation must be signed with the legal name and seal of the corporation
followed by the name of the state of its incorporation and the manual signature and
designation of an officer, agent or other person authorized to bind the corporation.



Revised 2/5/75
B-7-(0





Proposals by partnership shall show the names of all partners and
mus be signed in the partnership name by one of the partners. The
par nership signature shall be followed by the manual signature of
the partner signing.

I every case, the name of the person signing and his designation,
hall be typed or printed below his signature. A person who affixes
to his signature the word "President", "Secretary", "Agent" or other
designation, without disclosing his principal may be held to be
individually responsible for such bid. Satisfactory evidence of the
authority of an officer, agent, attorney or other person signing for
a corporation and agent, attorney or other person signing for partner-
ship or an individual shall be furnished.

The bid proposal shall bear the Contractor Certification Number issued
to the Bidder by the Florida Construction Industries Licensing Board
in compliance with Chapter 468, Part 2, Licensing of Construction
Industry, Florida Statutes when applicable. If, by omission, the
proposal does not bear the certification number it must be submitted
within twenty-four (24) hours of the time of bid opening for the bid
proposal to be considered.

Bidder's proposal with the bid guarantee shall be enclosed in a sealed
envelope which shall be marked and addressed as indicated by the adver-
tisement. That healed envelope shall be placed within a mailing
envelope along with the Bidder's Listing of Subcontractors, sealed,
marked and addressed as above and delivered to the proper address.

B-18 BID MODIFICATION

Bid modification will be accepted from Bidders if addressed as indi-
cated in Call For Bids and if received prior to the opening of bids.
Modification may be telegraphic or in other written or printed form.
Modification will be read by Owner or Architect-Engineer prior to
opening formal bids.

B-19 WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS

Bids may be withdrawn on written or telegraphic request received
from Bidders prior to the time fixed for opening. Negligence on
the part of the Bidder in preparing the bid confers no right for
the withdrawal of the bid after it has been opened.

B-20 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS

More than one bid from an individual, firm, partnership, corporation
or association under the same or different names will not be con-
sidered. Reasonable grounds for believing that a Bidder is interested
in more than one proposal for the same work will cause the rejection
of all proposals in which such Bidders are believed to be interested.


Revised 9/6/74


B-8-11







B-21 RECEIPT AND OPENING OF BIDS


Bids will be opened publicly at the time and place stated in the call for bids. The
officer whose duty it is to open them will decide when the specified time has arrived
and no bids received thereafter will be considered. No responsibility will be attached
to any officer for the premature opening of a bid not properly addressed and identified.

At the time fixed for the opening of bids, their contents will be made public for the
information of Bidders and others interested who may be present.


B-22 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDS

Any or all proposals will be rejected if there is reason to believe that collusion exists
among the Bidders and no participants in such collusion will be considered in future
proposals for the same work. Proposals in which the prices obviously are unbalanced
will be rejected.

Falsification of any entry made on the Contractor's bid proposal will be deemed a
material irregularity and will be grounds, at the Owner's option, for rejection.


B-23 REJECTION OF BIDS

The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids when such rejection is in the
interest of the State of Florida, and to reject the proposal of a Bidder who is not in
position to perform the contract.

B-24 AWARD OF CONTRACT

The Contract will be awarded as soon as possible to the lowest qualified Bidder provided
his bid is reasonable and it is in the best interest of the Owner to accept it.

The Owner reserves the right to waive any informality in bids received when such waiver
is in the interest of the Owner.

Each Bidder shall, if so requested by the Owner, present additional evidence of his
experience, qualifications and ability to carry out the terms of the contract, including
a financial.statement.


B-25 TIME OF COMPLETION AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

The work to be performed under this contract shall be commenced within ten (10) calendar
days after receipt of Notice to Proceed, shall be substantially completed within 190
calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed, and shall be finally completed within
") calendar days after the date of substantial completion.


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inasmuch as failure to complete the project within the time fixed in the Agreement will
result in substantial injury to the Owner, and as damages arising from such failure cannot
be calculated with any degree of certainty, it is hereby agreed that if the project is not
substantially completed, according to the definition of "substantial completion" in Article
8.3 of the Agreement, or within such further time, if any, as in accordance with the
provisions of the contract documents shall be allowed for such substantial completion,
the Contractor shall pay to the Owner as liquidated damages for such delay, and not
as a penalty, JFTIIEN dollars ($ 15 =. ) for each
and every calendar day elapsing between the date fixed for substantial completion and the
date such substantial completion shall have been fully accomplished. It is also hereby
agreed that if tnis project is not finally completed, in accordance with the requirements
of the contract documents, the contractor shall pay to the Owner as liquidated damages
for such delay, and not as a penalty, one-fourth of the rqte indicated above. Said liquidated
damages shall be payable in addition to any excess expenses or costs payable by the Contractor
to the Owner under the provisions of Article 14 of the General Conditions, and shall not
exclude the recovery of damages by the Owner under other provisions of the contract
documents, except for contractor's delays.

This provision for liquidated damages for delay shall in no manner affect the Owner's right
to terminate the contract as provided in Article 14 of the General Conditions or elsewhere
in the contract documents. The Owner's exercise of the right to terminate shall not release
the Contractor from his obligation to pay said liquidated damages in the amounts set out
in the Agreement.

It is further agreed that the Owner may deduct from the balance retained by the Owner
under the provisions of Article 4 of the Agreement the liquidated damages stipulated therein
or in Article 4.3 of the Agreement as the case may be, or such portion thereof as the said
retained balance will cover.

B-26 APPRENTICE EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS

The following contract clauses shall be conditions of each State of Florida contract in
excess of $25,000:

(a) The contractor agrees:

I. That he will make a diligent effort to hire for the performance of the contract
a number of apprentices in each occupation which bears to the average number of
the journeymen in that occupation to be employed in the performance of the contract,
the ratio of at least one apprentice or trainee to every five journeymen.

2. That he will, when feasible, assure that 25 percent of such apprentices or trainees
are in their first year of training, except when the number of apprentices or trainees
to be hired is fewer than four, Feasibility here involves


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a consideration of the availability of training opportunities
for first year apprentices or trainees, the hazardous nature
of the work for beginning workers, and excessive unemployment
of apprentices or trainees in their second and or subsequent
years of training.

3. That during the performance of the contract, he will
make diligent efforts to employ the number of apprentices or
trainees necessary to meet requirements of subparagraphs 1.
and 2. However, on-the-job training programs shall only be
established in non-apprenticeable trades or occupations to
meet the requirements of Section 446.101, Florida Statutes.

(b) The contractor agrees to return records of employment
by trade of the number of apprentices or trainees, and appren-
tices or trainees by first year of training and of journeymen
and the wages paid and hours of work of such persons, on a form
as prescribed by the bureau of apprenticeship of the division
of labor and employment opportunities at three-month intervals.
Submission of duplicate copies of forms submitted to the United .
States department of labor shall be sufficient compliance with
the provisions of this section.

(c) The contractor agrees to supply to the bureau of appren-
ticeship of the division of labor and employment opportunities,$
Sat three-month intervals, a statement describing steps taken;
toward making a diligent effort and containing a breakdown by
craft of hours worked and wages paid for first-year apprentices
or trainees, other apprentices or trainees, and journeymen.

(d) The contractor agrees to insert in any subcontract
under this contract the requirements contained in this section.
The term "contractor," as used in such clause and any subcon-
tract shall mean the subcontractor.





















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SECTION C
PROPOSAL FORM


SUBMIT IN TRIPLICATE ON
CONTRACTOR'S LETTERHEAD

DATE:
TIME:

TO: State of Florida
Department of General Services
Division of Building Construction
and Maintenance
Albert E. Bass, Director







Gentlemen:

The undersigned, hereinafter called "Bidder", having visited the site
of the proposed project and familiarized himself with the local conditions,
nature and extent of the work, and having examined carefully the drawings,
specifications, the Form of Agreement, and other Contract Documents, with
the Bond Requirements therein, proposes to furnish all labor, materials,
equipment and other items, facilities and services for the proper execut-
ion and completion of Re-Construction de-Burgo Pellicer House, St. George
Street, St. Augustine, Florida, State of Florida Project DOS 6110, in full
accordance with the drawings and specifications prepared by
Arthur Lee Campbell, Architect, 359 AIA North, Vilano Beach, St. Augustine,
Florida, in accordance with your Advertisement For Bids, Instruction to
Bidders, Agreement and all other documents relating thereto on file in the
office of the Architect and if awarded the contract, to complete the said
work within the time limits specified for the following bid price:

Base Bid
Dollars ($ ).

With foregoing as a Base Bid, the following costs of alternate proposals
are submitted in accordance with the drawings and specifications:

Alternate No. 1 Deduct for Deletion of Heating System ($ )
Alternate No. 2 Add or Deduct ($ )
Alternate No. 3 Add or Deduct ($ )


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There is enclosed a certified check, cashier's check, treasurer's
check, bank draft, or Bid Bond in the amount of not less than
five (5) percent of the Base Bid payable to the Department
of General Services, as a guarantee for the purpose set out
in your Instruction to Bidders.

The Bidder-hereby agrees that:
a. The above proposal shall remain in full force and effect
for a period of thirty (30) calendar days after the time
of the opening of this proposal and that the Bidder will
not revoke or cancel this proposal or withdraw from the
competition within the said thirty (30) calendar days.

b. In the event the contract is awarded to this Bidder, he
will enter intd a formal written Agreement with the Owner
in accordance with the accepted bid within ten (10) cal-
endar days after said contract is submitted to him and
will furnish to the Owner a Contract Performance and Pay-
ment Bond with good and sufficient sureties, satisfactory
to the Owner, in the amount of 100% of the accepted bid,
the form and terms of which shall fully comply with Section
255.05, Florida Statutes. The Bidder further agrees that
in the event of the Bidder's default or breach of any of
the agreements of this proposal, the said bid deposit shall
be forfeited as liquidated damages.

Acknowledgement is hereby made of receipt of the following
Addenda issued during the bidding period.

Addendum No. Dated
Addendum No. --Dated
Addendum No. Dated
Addendum No. Dated
Addendum No. Dated
Addendum No. Dated

Florida Construction Industries Licensing Board Certification


(Name of Holder) (Certificate No.)

In witness whereof, the Bidder has hereunto set his signature
and affixed his seal this day of
A.D. 19

(SEAL)

By:

Title:



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LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS


SECTION D
LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS FORM


(To he placed in a sealed envelope and attached to Contractor's Proposal)

Date:

This list is attached to, and is an integral par:- of the bid submitted by:

(Name and Address of Contractor)

For the Construction of:

(Name of Project, where located and State Project Number)


The undersigned, hereinafter called
subcontractors who wilt perform the


"Bidder",
phases of


lists below the names of the
the work indicated:


Name and
Add ress of
Subhcontractor


Ii vis ion
( I
C(o11 r1
Pl umb ing

I eating


Subcontractor
Cert i fiction
or Registrat ion
Number


Corporate
Charter
Number (If
Al cable)


Electrical

Air Conditioning





The undersigned certifies that he has fully investigated each subcontractor
listed and has received and has in his files evidence that each subcontractor
maintains a fully equipped organization capable, technically and financially,
of performing the pertinent work, and that he has made similar installations
in a satisfactory manner. (A false or inaccurate certification will be deemed
to be a material irregularity and will be grounds for rejection of a bid, at
the option of the Owner.)

In witness whereof, the Bidder has hereunto set his signature and affixed his
seal this day of A.D., 19


(Seal)


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INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTORS SECTION' E

Si INDEX


W ITEM PAGE

E-l'- PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND------------------------------E-1

E-2 EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT AND BOND----------------------------E-1

E-3 CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE--- -----------------------------E-2

E-4 POSTING OF WAGE RATES -----------------------------------E-4

E-5 PROGRESS SCHEDULE & REQUIREMENTS FOR OVERTIME WORK--------E-4

E-6 VERIFICATION OF OWNER'S SURVEY DATA-----------------------E-5

E-7 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIS---- --------------------------E-6

E-8 PROJECT DRAWINGS COPIES FURNISHED TO CONTRACTORS -------E-6

E-9 PROJECT DRAWINGS CHANGES-------------------------------E-7

E-10- SHOP DRAWINGS----------------------------------------------E-7

E-11 REFERENCE TO A.S.T.M. OR FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS-----------E-8

SE-12 MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS--------------------------E-9

E-13 APPROVAL OF MATERIALS------------------------------------E-9

E-14 SUBSTITUTIONS--------------------------------------------E-9

E-15 CONSTRUCTION CLIMATE CONTROL----------------------------E-10

E-16 AS-BUILT DRAWINGS-----------------------------------E-10

E-17 GUARANTEES AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS -------------------E-11

E-18 CLEANING -------------------------------------------------E-12

E-19 FINAL PAYMENT --------------------------------------E-12


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SECTION E
INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTORS


E-I PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND

The Contractor shall furnish the Owner with a State of Florida 100% Performance and
Payment Bond written by a Surety Company acceptable to the Owner and authorized
to do business in the State of Florida and signed by a Florida Licensed Resident Agent.

The cost of the Performance Bond shall be borne by the Contractor. The Bond shall be
accompanied by a duly authenticated or certified document, in duplicate, evidencing
that the person executing the Bond in behalf of the Surety had the authority to do so
on the date of the Bond. In the usual case the conferring of that authority has occurred
prior to the date of the Bond, and the document showing the date of appointment and
enumeration of powers of the person executing the Bond is accompanied by a
certification that the appointment and powers have not been revoked and remain in
effect. The date of that certification cannot be earlier than the date of the Bond.
The Bond shall be dated not earlier than the Agreement.


E-2 EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT AND BOND


AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER & CONTRACTOR:

The Contractor shall execute all required Forms of the agreement and return within 10 days
of their receipt. Failure to return all forms correctly executed within 10 days of receipt,
without written extension by the Owner otherwise, shall constitute an irregularity and
deemed grounds, at the Owner's option, for rejection and forfeiture of Bid Bond.

If the Contractor Is to be an individual, the agreement shall be signed with his manual
signature.

If the Contractor be a firm or Company Owned by an individual, the agreement shall be
executed in the name of the firm or company by the manual signature of the Owner.

If the Contractor be a Partnership, the agreement shall be executed in the name of
the partnership by the manual signature of partner or partners.

If the Contractor be a Corporation, the agreement shall be executed in the name of the
Corporation and shall bear the corporate seal. It may be signed for the corporation by
the President and attested by the Secretary; if signed for the Corporation by any other
officer than the President, the signature of such officer signing shall be attested by the
Secretary, and the executed agreement shall be accompanied by a duly authenticated
document bearing the seal of the corporation, quoting the selection of the by-laws
of the corporation authorizing the Board of Directors to designate




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such officer and copy of the resolution designating and
authorizing him to execute on behalf of the corporation.
That document must contain a statement that the authority
is in effect on the date of the execution of the contract,
and may not be dated earlier than the date of the execution
of the Agreement. The same officer may not execute the
Agreement and authenticate the document of authority.

PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND:

This bond shall be executed on behalf of the Contractor in
the same manner and by the same person who executed the
agreement.


E-3 CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE

The Contractor shall not commerce any work in connection
with this Agreement until he has obtained all of the follow-
ing types of insurance and such insurance has been approved
by the Owner, nor shall the Contractor allow any subcontractor
to commence work on his subcontract until all similar in-
surance required of the subcontractor has been so obtained
and approved. All Insurance Policies shall be with insurers
qualified and doing business in Florida.

Workmen's Compensation Insurance: The Contractor shall take
out and maintain during the life of this Agreement Workmen's
Compensation Insurance for all of his employees connected
with the work of this project and, in case any work is
sublet, the Contractor shall require the subcontractor
similarly to provide Workmen's Compensation Insurance for
all of the latter's employees unless such employees are
covered by the protection afforded by the Contractor. Such
insurance shall comply fully with the Florida Workmen's
Compensation Law. In case any class of employees engaged in
hazardous work under this contract at the site of the pro-
ject is not protected under the Workmen's Compensation
statute, the Contractor shall provide, and cause each sub-
contractor to provide adequate insurance, satisfactory to
the Owner, for the protection of his employees not otherwise
protected.

Contractor's Public Liability: and Property Damage Insurance:
The Contractor shall take out and maintain during the life
of this Agreement CO'IPRETIENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY AND COM-
PREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE as shall protect




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him from claims for damage for personal injury, including
accidental death, as well as claims for property damages
which may arise from operations under this Agreement whether
such operations be by himself or by anyone directly or in-
directly employed by him, and the amounts of such insurance
shall be the minimum limits as follows:

(1) BODILY INJURY LIABILITY $300,000.00 each accident

(2) AUTOMOBILE PROPERTY
DAMAGE LIABILITY $ 25,000.00 each accident

(3) PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITY
(other than automobile) $100,000.00 each accident
$100,000.00 aggregate operations
$100,000.00 aggregate protective
$100,000.00 aggregate contractual

Insuring clause for both BODILY INJURY and PROPERTY DAMAGE
shall be amended to provide coverage on an OCCURRENCE BASIS.

Subcontractor's Public Liability and Property Damage
Insurance: The Contractor shall require each of his sub-
contractors to procure and maintain during the life of this
subcontract, insurance of the type specified above or insure
the activities of his subcontractors in his policy, as speci-
fied above.

Owner's Protective Liability Insurance: The Contractor
shall procure and furnish an Owner's Protective Liability
Insurance Policy with the following minimum limits:

(1) BODILY INJURY LIABILITY $300,000.00 each accident

(2) PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITY $100,000.00 each accident

"XCU" (Explosion, Collapse, Underground Damage): The
Contractor's Liability Policy shall provide "XCU" coverage
for those classifications in which they areexcluded.

Contractual Liability-Work Contracts: The Contractor's
Liability Policy shall cover such contracts when they are
affected.

Indemnification Rider: The Contractor's Liability Policy
shall provide a "Hold Harmless" rider to cover the provisions
of Article 4.18 of the referenced A.I.A. General Conditions
and this shall be so noted on the Contractor's Certificate of
Insurance. Article 4.18 of the references A.I.A. General
Conditions is hereby revised to include the following acknowl-
edgement.

The contractor hereby acknowledges the receipt of ten dollars
and other good and valuable consideration as part of the contract
sum from the Owner and acknowledges the receipt of ten dollars
and other good and valuable consideration from the Architect/
Engineer which has been paid to him as specific consideration
for the indemnification provided herein.


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Fire and Extended Coverage Insurance: The Contractor shall
take out and maintain during the life of this Contract a
"Builder's Risk Policy" with fire and extended coverage and
vandalism and malicious mischief coverage, completed value
form.

The Owner shall be furnished proof of coverage of insurance
as follows:

Certificates of Insurance:
Certificate of Insurance Form will be furnished by the Owner
with contract documents. These shall be completed and signed
by the authorized Resident Agent and returned to the office
of the Bureau of Construction. This certificate shall be dated
and show:
(1) The name of the insured contractor, the specific job
by name and job number, the name of the insurer, the number
of the policy, its effective date, its termination date.
(2) Statement that the Insurer will mail notice to the
owner and a copy to the Architect-Engineer at least fifteen (15)
days prior to any material cha:.es in provisions or cancellation
of the policy.

E-4 POSTING OF WAGE RATES

The schedule of prevailing wages shall be posted and permanently
maintained throughout the job in a secure, protected, prominent
place on.the premises where the contract is being performed.
The contractor shall mail to the Division of Labor and Employ-
ment Opportunities, Department of Commerce, in Tallahassee an
affidavit certifying that such notice has been posted and is
being maintained on such job, -which affidavit shall be forwarded
within ten days of the commencement of work on the job and the
posting of such notice. Such affidavit shall contain information
identifying the job, the contraz=or, or subcontractor, the con-
tracting authority, and the prevailing wage determination number
applicable to such job. A copy of the affidavit is a part of
these specifications.


E-5 PROGRESS SCHiEDULE AND RlQUlrE:iENTS FOR OVERTIME WORK

Within thirty days after the Architect-Engineer's Notice to
Proceed, or receipt of signed Agreement, the Contractor shall
prepare and submit to the Archizect-Engineer for approval a
practicable schedule showing the order in which the Contractor
proposes to carry on the work, -he date on which he will start
the several salient features (including procurement of
materials, plant and equipment), and the contemplated dates
for completing same. The Sche.:atic shall be in the form of a
progress chart of suitable scale to indicate approximately


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the percentage of work scheduled for completion at any time.
Schedule shall be submitted in QUADRUPLICATE.

During progress of the work the Contractor shall enter on
the schedule the actual progress at the end of each month,
or at such intervals as directed by the Architect, and
shall immediately deliver to the Architect copy thereof.

The Contractor shall furnish sufficient forces, construction
plant and equipment, and shall work such hours, including
night shifts and overtime operations, as may be necessary
to insure the prosecution of the work in accordance with
the approved progress schedule. If the Contractor falls
behind the progress schedule, the Contractor shall take
such steps as may be necessary to improve his progress by
increasing the number of shifts, overtime operations, days
of work, and the amount of construction plant, all without
additional cost to the Owner.

Failure of the Contractor to comply with the requirements
under this provision shall be grounds for determination by
the Architect that the Contractor is not prosecuting the
work with such diligence as will insure completion within
the time specified and such failure constitutes a substan-
tial violation of the conditions of the Agreement.

Upon such determination the Ouwner may terminate the Con-
tractor's right to proceed with the work, or any separable
part thereof, in accordance with Article 14 of the General
Conditions.

E-6 VERIFICATION OF OWNER'S SURVEY DATA

Prior to commencing any excavation or grading the Contractor
shall satisfy himself as to the accuracy of all survey data
as indicated in these plans and specifications and/or as
provided by the Owner. Should the Contractor discover any
inaccuracies, errors or o;nissins in the survey data, he
shall immediately notify the Architect-Engineer in order
that proper adjustments can re anticipated and ordered.
Commencement by the Contractcr of any excavation or grading
shall be held as an acceptance of the survey data by him
after which time the Contractor has no claim against the
Owner resulting from alleged errors, omissions or inaccu-
racies of the said survey data.


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E-7 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

Sanitary provisions: The Contractor shall provide and main-
S'tain in a neat and sanitary condition such accommodations for
* -"-the use of his employees as may be necessary to comply with
regulations of the State Board of Health. No nuisance will be
permitted. "

Temporary wiring shall meet all safety'requirements of the
National Electric Code, Florida Department of Commerce, Bureau
of Workmen's Compensation or local requirements. In addition,
all wire shall be so sized that it is not overloaded according to
the National Electric Code, and any wire used shall be fused to
adequately protect that wire according to the Code referred to.

The Contractor shall have an adequate number of outlets and
each outlet shall be properly and clearly labeled with the
maximum voltage and fuse protection.

Where temporary lighting is used, outlet shall consist of
weatherproof socket properly insulated and provided with a
locking type wire guard.

All devices shall be properly grounded.

Storage and work areas: At the start of the operations the
Contractor shall make arrangements with the Architect-Engineer's
field representative and the Owner's representative for the
assignment of storage and work areas. During construction the
Contractor shall maintain the areas in a neat condition.

Contractor's field offices: Trailers may be used for field
offices, but their use as living quarters for personnel shall be
limited to one staff member such as a night watchman or a
superintendent.

Additional instructions regarding Construction Facilities are
set forth in the Section entitled "Special Conditions."

E-8 PROJECT DRAWINGS-COPIES FURNISHED TO CONTRACTORS

The Architect-Engineer will provide the Contractor with (No.
shall be established by A/E) sets of drawings and ( 10 ) sets
of specifications upon contract award. If additional sets are
required by the Contractor, they will be furnished upon request,
for the cost of printing and handling.




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E-9 PROJECT DRAWINGS-CHANGES


The Contractor shall immediately indicate plainly and con-
spicuously on the field set of drawings and at appropriate
paragraphs in the specifications, all changes or corrections
made by Addenda and Change Orders as they are issued.

E-10 SHOP DRAWINGS

Shop drawings shall be submitted for manufactured or fabri-
cated materials as called for in the separate specification
sections. Drawings shall be fully identified by project
name, location, supplier's name, date, drawing number,
specifications section reference, etc. The Contractor shall
submit, with such promptness as to cause no delay in his
work, or in that or any other Contractor, four (4) copies
(in addition to those copies necessary for his own require-
ments) of all shop drawings.and schedules, required for
the work of the various trades, to the Architect-Engineer
for approval. The Contractor shall make no deviation from
the approved drawings, and the changes made thereto by
the Architect-Engineer, if any.

It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to properly
schedule the submission of shop drawings for approval to
allow adequate time for checking of drawings, manufacture
and shipment of items to job site in sufficient time to
prevent delay in Progress Schedule.

It shall also be the responsibility of the Contractor to
coordinate the preparation of shop drawings of items which
will be furnished by more than one manufacturer but are
designed to interface when installed.

Shop drawings submitted to the Architect-Engineer for his
approval shall first be checked and approved by the Con-
tractor, the prima-facie evidence of which shall be a
"checked" stamp marked "Approved", or "Approved as Noted"
on each copy of each shop drav.ing, placed thereon by the
Contractor. Shop drawings received without the Contractor's
"checked" stamp will be cause for immediate return without
further action. Each drawing correctly submitted will be
checked by the Architect-Engineer and marked by him in
one of the following ways:


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1) Approved as drawn.
2) Approved as ndted.
3) Returned for correction.
4) Not approved.

Submission and approval schedule:

If and when required by the Architect-Engineer the Contractor
shall prepare and submit in triplicate to the Architect-
Engineer a completely itemized Schedule of Shop Drawings,
brochures and other descriptive literature, listing each
and all such items as required under these specifications,
which schedule shall indicate for each required item:

1) Identification as to pertinent Specification
Division.
2) Item(s) involved.
3) Name of pertinent subcontractor or supplier and
the name of pertinent manufacturer.
4) Schedule date of deliver) of pertinent items to
the project.

The subcontractors for all phases of the Contract shall sub-
mit through the General Contractor complete brochures covering
all materials and/or equipment proposed for use in the execu-
tion of the work as required by their respective Divisions
of the Specifications. These brochures shall be indexed and
properly cross referenced to the plans and specifications
for easy identification.

All shop drawings, setting drawings, material brochures,
samples and/or color selection materials which are required
and are not included in the foregoing shall be submitted
via the General Contractor. Insofar as is possible or
practical, all shop drawings cr descriptive literature
of equipment for the mechanical or electrical trades shall
be submitted in a complete brochure for each trade as soon
as possible after Notice to Proceed is executed.

The Owner will not grant time extension based on delays
due to improper scheduling of ; discretion, may withhold progress payments until such
time as these requirements are fully satisfied.

E-ll REFERENCE TO A.5.T.H. 0- FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Where reference is made to the Standard Specifications of


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the American Society for Testing and Materials (A.S.T.M.):
United States Government Federal Specifications, or to
-other standard specifications of Associated Manufacturer's
' Organizations, or trades, in connection with the required
:.quality of materials, methods, etc., then the applicable
Specifications shall be of-the latest revised edition un-
less otherwise specifically stated.

E-12 MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS

Where the name of a concern or manufacturer is mentioned on
drawings or in specifications in reference to his required
service or product, and no qualifications or specification
of such is included, then the material gages, details of
manufacture, finish, etc., shall be in accordance with his
standard practice, directions or specifications. The
Contractor shall be responsible for any infringement of
patents, royalties; or copyrights, which may be incurred
thereby.

E-13 APPROVAL OF MATERIALS

A list of all materials, equipment, etc., together with
manufacturers drawings and catalog information shall be
submitted to the Architect for approval prior to ordering
material or equipment but not later than 30 days after
receipt of Notice To Proceed. Information submitted shall
show the capacity, operating conditions and all engineering
data and descriptive information necessary for comparison
and to enable the Architect tc determine whether same meets
specifications. The Architect's approval will not relieve
the Contractor or the responsibility for performance of
any terms of the Agreement.

If the submittals reflect any changes from the plans or
specifications, these changes should be clearly indicated
by the Contractor. Items called for in the specifications
or shown on the plans for which no equal will be accepted
will be noted: "With No Equal".

E-14 SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions for a specified system, product or material
may be requested of the Architect-Engineer and the Architect-
Engineer's written approval must be obtained before substi-
tutions will be allowed. All requests for substitutions
should be submitted within 30 days of award of contract.
Substitutions requested after that date will receive no con-
sideration.


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In making requests for substitutions the Contractor shall list
the particular system, product, or material he wishes to sub-
stitute, the justification for such a request, and the amount
he will add or deduct from the contract sum if the substitution
be authorized by the Owner and approved by the Architect-Engineer.
If no addition or deduction to the base bid is allowed by the
Contractor for such substitution, it shall be so stated on the
request. Request submitted shall include any and all adjustments
of that and any other work affected thereby.

E-15 CONSTRUCTION CLIMATE CONTROL

It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to provide at
his expense, the power, fuel and equipment which may be necessary,
to maintain the.climatic conditions required for the work in
progress, including humidity.

E-16 AS-BUILT DRAWINGS

During the progress of the work the Contractor shall require the
job superintendent for the plumbing, air conditioning, heating,
ventilating, elevator, and electrical subcontractors to record
on their field sets of drawings the exact locations, as installed,
of all underground and otherwise concealed conduit, pipe and duct
lines which were not installed exactly as shown on the contract
drawings.

Pipelines and ducts which are installed in furred spaces, pipe
chases, or other spaces which can be readily inspected by the
use of access panels or other means of access will not be
considered as being concealed.

With reference to electrical work the exact conduit runs shall
be shown on these drawings.

Upon completion of the work this data shall be recorded
to scale, by a competent draftsman on sepia line prints on
transparent paper of the contract drawings. Sepias will be
furnished to the Contractor by the Architect-Engineer, but cost
shall be borne by Contractor. Where changes are to be recorded,
the sepia line prints shall be erased before the changes are
made. Where the work was installed exactly as shown on the
contract drawings the sepia line prints shall not be disturbed
other than being marked "As-Built". In showing the changes the
same legend shall be used to identify piping, etc., as was used
on the contract drawings. A separate set of drawings shall be
prepared for electrical, plumbing, heating, air conditioning,
elevator, and ventilating work unless two or more divisions are
shown on the same sheets of the contract drawings, in which
case the various subcontractors shall also show their changes
on the same sheets. Each sheet shall bear the date and name
of the sub-contractor submitting the drawings.





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The Contractor shall review the completed as-built drawings and
ascertain that all data furnished on the sepia drawings are accurate
and truly represent the work as actually installed. When manholes,
boxes, underground conduits, plumbing, hot or chilled water lines,
inverts, etc., are involved as part of the work, the Contractor
shall furnish true elevations and locations, all properly refer-
enced by using the original bench mark used for the institution or
forthis project. The sepia line prints including those unchanged
and changed shall be submitted to the Architect when completed,
together with two sets of blue line or flack line prints for
certification and forwarding to the Using Agcency, at the time
of Substantial Completion.

E-17 GUARANTEES AND ,OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Except as otherwise specified, all work shall be guaranteed by
the Contractor against defects resulting from the use of inferior
materials, equipment or workmanship for one year from the date of
final completion of the contract, or from full occupancy or use
of the project (for which it was designed) by the Owner, which-
ever, is earlier.

If, within any guarantee period, repairs or changes are required
in connection with the guarantee work, which in the opinion of
the Architect or Engineer is rendered necessary as the result of
the use of materials, equipment cr workmanship, which are defec-
tive, or inferior, or not in accordance with the terms of the
Contract, the Contractor shall, promptly upon receipt of notice
from the Owner, and without expense to the Owner, proceed to:

Place in satisfactory conditicr in every particular all
of such guaranteed work, correct all defects therein; and

Make good all damages to the structure or site, or equip-
ment or contents thereof, which, in the opinion of the
Architect or Engineer is the result of the use of materials,
equipment or workmanship which are inferior, defective, or
not in accordance with the terms of the contract; and

Make good any work or materials, or the equipment and
contents of structures or site disturbed in fulfilling
any such guarantee.

If the Contractor, after notice, fails to proceed promptly to
comply with the terms of the guarantee, the Owner may have
the defects corrected and the Con:ractor and his surety shall
be liable for all expenses incurred.


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The General Contractor shall be responsible for collecting,
identifying, and collating the following materials from thg
subcontractors, and will deliver four copies of the finished
book to the Architect for checking of correctness who will
then deliver to the Using Agency. At the time of substantial
completion:

Complete equipment diagrams, operating instructions,
maintenance manuals, parts lists, wiring diagrams,
pneumatic and/or electrical control diagrams, test and
balance reports, inspection reports, guarantee and
warranties, as applicable, for each and every piece
of Fixed Equipment furnished under this contract to be
supplied in a ring binder, hard-cover book, properly
indexed for ready reference. Also specific information
regarding manufacturer's name and address, nearest
distributor and service representative's name, address,
office and home phone numbers, make and model numbers,
operating design and characteristics, etc. will be
required. All information submitted shall be updated to
reflect existing conditions.
Subsequent to the time of Substantial Completion and receipt of
As-Builts, Operations and Maintenance Books but prior to the
date of Final Acceptance, the Contractor and/or Subcontractor shall
provide a competent and experienced man (or men) thoroughly
familiar with the work for a reasonable period of time to instruct
the Using Agency personnel in operation and maintenance of equip-
ment and control systems. This instruction will include normal
start-up, run, stop, and emergency operations, location and
operation of all controls, alarms and alarm systems, etc. The
instruction will include tracing the system in the field and on
the diagrams in the instruction booklets so that operating
personnel will be thoroughly familiar with both the system and
the data supplied.

E-18 CLEANING

Entire area within scope of this work shall be completely cleaned,
including all window glass, hardware, plumbing fixtures, electri-
cal fixtures, tile work, etc., and shall be kept clean for the
completion of this job. Replace all broken or defective glass
within these areas.

E-19 FINAL PAYMENT

Final payment shall be made to the Contractor as provided by the
Agreement. (Also see paragraph G-2 PROGRESS PAYMENTS.)
The Contractor's application for final payment shall be accom-
panied by the following additional form:
(1) A completed and notarized Certificate Contract Completion.





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SECTION F
INCLUSION OF, AND .MODIFICATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO, AIA
GENERAL CONDITIONS



F-1 INCLUSION OF AIA DOCUMENT A201

The General Conditions of the Contract for Construction,
American Institute of Architects Document A201, dated
April, 1970 shall apply to and form a part of this Section
as if written in full herein. Also Document A201/SC if
incorporated in these specifications.

F-2 SCOPE

This Section sets forth modifications and additions to the
General Conditions as described above.

F-3 ARTICLE I CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The Contractor's PROPOSAL FORM as accepted by the Owner shall
become a part of the Contract Documents as listed in paragraph
1.1.1

F-4 ARTICLE I CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

Article 1 of the Agreement establishes the order of precedence
of the Agreement, General Conditions and the Supplementary
General Conditions. In order to resolve conflicts in the
provisions of other portions of the Contract documents the
following paragraph is hereby added to paragraph 1.2.3 of
Article 1 Contract Documents: Technical specifications
shall control over plans, plan schedules shall control over
general plans, large scale details over small scale and
figure dimensions over scaled dimensions. Addenda and change
orders supersede only affected portions of the Documents.

F-5 ARTICLE 2 ARCHITECT

Paragraph 2.2.3 shall be supplemented as follows: The author-
ized representatives and agents of the Architect-Engineer,
Owner, United States Federal Agencies providing monies in
the form of grant-funds or loans and such other persons as
the Owner may designate shall have access to and be per-
mitted to inspect all work, materials, payrolls, records
of personnel, invoices of materials and other relevant
data and records wherever they are in preparation and pro-
gress. The Contractor shall provide proper facilities for





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such access, inspectionand,when required, exact duplicate
copies of the aforementioned data shall be furnished.

F-6 ARTICLE 4 CONTRACTOR

Paragraph 4.8.1 shall be supplemented as follows: If direct-
ed by the Architect-Engineer the Contractor shall solicit
not less than three bids for the item(s) the cost of which
is provided for by a specified allowance sum. The Contractor
shall purchase the item(s) from one of the three Bidders
as directed by the Architect-Engineer.

F-7 ARTICLE 4 CONTRACTOR

Paragraph 4.10.1, add the following: Should the Architect-
Engineer find any persons) employed on the project in-
competent, unfit or otherwise objectionable for his duties
and so certified the facts to the Contractor, The Contractor
shall immediately cause the employee to be dismissed and
said employee shall not be reemployed on this project
without written consent of the Architect-Engineer.

F-8 ARTICLE 7 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Paragraph 7.8 is supplemented as follows:

Authorization for tests:

The Architect-Engineer shall designate the tests which shall
be made, and the Contractor shall not obligate the Owner
for tests without the Architect-Engineer's approval.

Testing costs paid for by the Contractor:

Certain tests of materials, equipment and systems are re-
quired as part of the contract and shall be paid for by the
Contractor. These are specifically named in the technical
specifications and the types of tests are as follows:

1) Where tests are required by the technical speci-
fications for materials, methods of equipment,
the Contractor shall pay the cost of initial
tests to prove qualities and determine conformance


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with specification requirements, e.g., mill tests
on cement and steel; load testing of piling; sieve
analysis and colorimetric tests on sand; strength
test for determining proportions of materials for
concrete, moisture content and sound transmission
tests of concrete blocks, etc.

2) If substitute materials or equipment are proposed
by the Contractor, he shall pay the cost of all
tests which may be necessary to satisfy the
Architect-Engineer that specification require-
ments are satisfied.

3) If materials or workmanship are used which fail to
meet specification requirements the Contractor
shall pay the cost of all coring or other tests
deemed necessary by the Architect-Engineer to
determine the safety or suitability of the material
or element.

4) The Contractor shall pay for all testing costs, in-
cluding but not limited to, power, fuel, and equip-
0 ment cost which may be required for complete test-
ing of all equipment and systems for proper
operation such as plumbing, heating, ventilation,
air conditioning, electrical, elevator, dumb-
waiters and conveyors, etc.

Testing costs borne by the Owner:

Other tests shall be paid for by the Owner and not as part
of the contract. These are as follows:

Additional tests for specified materials, methods
or equipment after initial tests and acceptance
of the product or method, provided that the supplier
and the quality of the products are not changed. In
such case initial tests shall be required.

Examples: Compressive tests of concrete and con-
crete block: services of testing laboratories for
control of concrete or other special testing or
inspection.




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SF-9 ARTICLE 7 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS.


. Delete paragraph 7.9, "Interest" in its, entirety.


Delete paragraph 7.10. See Article 8.5 of the Agreement.


F-10 ARTICLE II INSURANCE


1) Paragraph 11.2.1 shall be supplanted by the
following sentence:
The Contractor shall be responsible for
purchasing and maintaining an Owner's Pro-
tective Liability Insurance Policy with
minimum limits as described in "Instructions
to Contractors".


2) The first sentence of paragraph 11.3.1 shall be
changed to the following:
The Contractor shall purchase and maintain
property insurance upon the entire Work at
the site of the full insurable value thereof.


3) Paragraph 11.3.2 is hereby deleted in its entirety.

F-1. ARTICLE 12 CHANGES IN THE WORK


The final phrase of 12.1.6 is hereby modified as follows:
"-----the Contract Sum shall be equitably adjusted by Change
Order upon claim made by either party, which claim shall be
instigated within twenty days after the first observance of
the conditions.


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SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS

G-I CHANGES IN THE WORK

Changes in the work are fully described in Article 12 of the A.I.A General Conditions
except that no maximum percentages of overhead and profit which may be added by the
Contractor to actual costs of such changes in the work are specifically set forth.

These maximum percentages and other considerations relative to Change Orders shall
be as follows:

For all work done by his own organization, or subsidiaries of his own organization,
including work traditionally considered as subcontractor work, the Contractor may
add 10% of his actual costs for combined overhead and profit.

For all work done by his subcontractors the respective subcontractors may add 10% of
their actual costs for combined overhead and profit, and the General Contractor may
add 5% of the above subcontractor's cost for his overhead and profit.

A bond cost of 1% of the total amount of the added costs will be allowed the Contractor
as a legitimate item of cost, and 1% of all credit amounts shall be added to the total
credit allowed the Owner. No bond cost shall be allowed for subcontractor's bond,
cost.

The above percentages shall be considered reasonable allowance for overhead and profit due
the contractor.

The Contractor shall submit receipts or other evidence showing his costs and his right to the
payment claims if so required by the Architect.

Labor costs shall include supervision, estimation, lay-out, mechanics' and laborers' wages
including payroll taxes and assessments and insurance premiums.

Material, equipment and equipment rental costs shall be the trade discount costs plus State
sales tax where applicable.


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Other items of. costs shall include freight or other trans- '
portation,: special permits or fees, dnd unusual or.excess-
ively high expenses for contunication, special testing or
transportation of personnel.-.

G-2 PROGRESS PAYMENTS

S The Owner will, at intervals, make Progress Payments to the
Contractor as provided in the Agreement.

The Contractor shall request such compensation as well as
Final Payment by submitting:

(1) A properly completed and notarized Application for
Progress Payment in the form as directed.

(2) A notarized iJage Rate Certificate from each Sub-
contractor who is requesting payment for labor performed
in connection with his work during the payment period of
time encompassed by this Application. The form for this
Certificate is included in these Specifications.

(3) A Schedule of Contract Values as described below.

The Contractor shall, within ten days from date of Agree-
men'i, submit to the Architect-Engineer for approval three
copies of a Schedule of Contract Values which will reflect
the estimated cost of each subdivision of work of each
specification section. The value of each item shall include
a true proportionate amount of the Contractor's overhead
and profit. The sum of all such scheduled values shall
equal the Contract Sum as evidenced by the Agreement.

The approved form of Schedule of Contract Values will
accompany and support the Contractor's periodic Appli-
cations for Payment and shall indicate the value of
suitably stored material as well as labor performed
and materials incorporated into the work for each sub-
division of the schedule during the period for which the
requisition is prepared.

The following suggested (partial) Schedule of Contract
Values form will serve as a guide to present this and
other pertinent information which will facilitate the
checking and processing by the Owner's representatives
of the Contractor's Application for Payment.


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(Note to Architect/Engineer This section is established for
the inclusion of non-typical, non-technical items which, in
the opinion of the A/E, will require written clarification or
instruction in connection with a specific project. If one or
more of the following items are totally, partially or not at
all applicable to a particular project, it/they may be included,
modified or deleted by the A/E.)

HI-I ARCHITECT-ENGINEER' S FIELD OFFICE (NOT REQUIRED BY ARCHITECT)

The Contractor shall provide and maintain ,a watertight office
at the project for the exclusive use of the Architect-Engineer
and his representatives, not less than 12' x 12' in size, one:
room with at least one window in each exterior wall and an
independent outside entrance door fitted with hardware and
lock, artificial light, a bench with one drawer, a blueprint
rack, a heater and a window air conditioner. This office and
equipment shall become the property of the Contractor upon
completion of the contract.

H-2 TELEPHONE (REQUIRED, IN CONTRACTOR'S SHACK ONLY)

A telephone shall be installed in the Architect-Engineer's
office and it shall remain until the full completion of the
building. Charges for long distance calls shall be paid for
by the persons making the calls. All other charges in connec-
tion with the telephone shall be paid for by the Contractor.

H-3 WATER

Water necessary for construction of the building and testing
its plumbing and mechanical systems shall be furnished by the
Contractor. He shall make all connections, install a meter,
take out and pay for all permits necessary, do all piping and
clear away all evidence of same after the job is completed.

H-4 ELECTRICITY

All electricity for light and power necessary for the construc-
, tion of the building and testing of its electrical and mechanical
Systems shall be paid for by the Contractor. He shall make all
Necessary arrangements for this service and perform the work
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H-5 PROJECT SIGN '

A sign shall be erected at the site by the Contractor and
shall be 3/4" exterior grade plywood, mounted on 4 x 4 wood
posts (p.t.), located in a prominent location approved by
the Architect-Engineer and Owner. Sign shall conform to
the size, colors and design as illustrated on the following
page.

(Note to Architect-Engineer: If there are Federal monies
involved in this project include the small Federal sign
indicating the proper Federal Agency. H.U.D. and or H.E.W.)

H-6 PRE-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE

Before beginning work at the site the General Contractor shall
attend a pre-construction conference and bring with him the
Superintendent employed for this project. In the event the
Contractor is unable to attend he shall send a letter of intro-
duction by the Superintendent in which he advises the Superin-
tendent's full name and states that he is assigned to the
project and will be in full responsible charge.. This conference
will be called by the State Projects Manager who will arrange
for the Architect-Engineer, Using Agency, District Engineer
if project is being assisted by Federal funds and other interest-
parties to be present. At this time all parties concerned will
discuss the project under contract and prepare a program of
procedure in keeping with requirements of the drawings and
specifications. The Superintendent shall henceforth make every
effort to expeditiously coordinate all phases of the work,
including the required reporting procedure, to obtain the end
result within the full purpose and intent of the plans and
specifications for the project.

H-7 INCLUSION OF ARTICLES 15 AND 16

Articles 15 and 16 of the American Institute of Architects
Document A201 and A201/SC-Federal Edition, as well as Document
A701, all dated April 1970, shall apply to and form a part of
this section and are included herein.

(Note to Architect-Enaineer: Item H-7 is required in connection
with projects whose funding includes an' of several types of
Federal assistance monies. It will be incumbent upon the
Architect-Engineer to investigate and make a determination
regarding the inclusion of this item for a particular project.
Copies of Articles 15, 16 and A701 shall be physically included
in each specification.)


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identifying the project and indicating that the Government is
participating in the development of the project."


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STATE OF FLORIDA


PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND

KNOW ALL MEN, Thqt ____ ........._

HEREINAFTER CALLED THE Surety or Sureties, are held and firmly
bound unto REUBIN O'D ASKEW, GOVERNOR BRUCE A. SMATHERS, SECRETARY
OF STATE; ROBERT L. SHEVIN, ATTORNEY GENERAL; GERALD A LEWIS,
COMPTROLLER; THOMAS D. O'MALLEY, TREASURER; RALPH D. TURLINGTON,
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION; DOYLE CONNER, COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE,
as and constituting the Department of General Services of the State
of Florida, and their successors in office, hereinafter called the
Owner, in the sum of
($ )for the Pprment whereof the Principal and the Surety
or Sureties bind themselves, their.heirs, executors, administrators,
successors and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly, by these
presents,
WHEREAS, the Principal has, by means of a written Agreement
dated entered into a contract with the
Owner for
a copy of which Agreeftent is by reference made a part hereof.

NOW, therefore, the Condition of this Obligation is such that the
Principal shall faithfully perform the Contract on his part and
satisfy all claims and demands incurred for the same, and shall
fully indemnify and save harmless the Owner for all cost and
damage which he may suffer by reason of failure so to do, and
shall fully reimburse and repay the Owner all outlay and expense
which the Owner may incur in making good any such default, and shall
promptly make payments to all persons supplying labor, material
and supplies used directly or indirectly by the said contractor,
contractors, subcontractor or subcontractors, in the prosecution of
the work provided for i the contract, as provided by Section 255.05,
Florida Statutes, then this obligation shall be null and void; other-
wise, it shall rema in full force and effect.
Provided, however that no suit,. actn or proceeding by reason
of.any default whatever smalll be brought on this Bond after twenty-
four months from the day on which the final payment under the Contract
falls due.


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And provided, that any alterations which may be made in the terms of the Contract,
or in the work to be done under it, or the giving by the Owner of any extension of time
for the performance of the Contract, or any other forbearance on the part of either the
Owner or the Principt ato thf other shall not in anyway release the Prinrciparcnd the
Surety or Sureties, or either or any of them, their heirs, executors, administrators,
successors or assigns from their liability hereunder, notice to the Surety or Sureties of
any such alteration, extension or forbearance being hereby waived.


Signed and Sealed this day of


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I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS BOND MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 624.609,
F.S., AND THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES, STATE
OF FLORIDA, FOR AN ACCEPTABLE SURETY AS APPROVED SEPTEMBER I, 1970.


Date


THOMAS D. O'MALLEY
Insurance Commissioner and Treasurer


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STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR

FOR CONSTRUCTION OF




STATE PROJECT NO.

Name and Location


Contractor


Architect/Engineer


Reubin O'D. Askew
Governor


Bruce A. Smothers
Secretary of State
Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General

gii ii4A. Lewis


Thomas 0. O'Malley, Treasurer
and Insurance Commissioner
Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture
Ralph D. Turlington
Commissioner of Education


Jack D. Kane
Executive Director


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:STATE OF FLORI ID :A ... .

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICdS

FORM OF AGREEMENT
S :B BETWEEN CONTRACTOk AND OWNER
,^ FOR CONSTRUCTION OF BUILDINGS

THIS AGREEMENT made the day of in the year
Nineteen Hundred and by and between

Department of General Services
Division of Building Construction and Maintenance

Hereinafter called the Owner, and




hereinafter called the Contractor.

The Owner and the Contractor agree as set forth below.

ARTICLE 1. The Contract Documents

The Contract Documents consist of this Agreement, Conditions of the Contract
(General, Supplementary and other Conditions), Drawings, Specifications, all
Addenda issued prior to execution of this Agreement and all Modifications
issued subsequent thereto. These form the Contract, and all are as fully a
part of the Contract as if attached to this Agreement or repeated herein. An
enumeration of the Contract Documents appears in Article 8.

In the event of conflict in the provisions of said contract documents, or any
of them, the provisions of the basic contract which immediately precede the
signature of the parties shall control over the General Conditions and Supple-
mentary General Conditions, and the Supplementary General Conditions shall
control over the General Conditions said Standard Form A-201 of the American
Institute of Architects.

ARTICLE 2. The Work

The Contractor shall perform all the Work required by the Contract Documents for






ARTICLE 3. Architect

The Architect for this project is


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ARTICLE 4. TIME OF COMMENCEMENT AND COMPLETION
4.1 The work to be performed under this contract shall be commenced within ten (10) calendar days
oifer receipt of Notice to Proceed, shall be substantially completed within calendar days
S after receipt of Notice to Proceed, and shall be finally completed within calendar days
after the date of substantial completion,
4.2 Liquidated Damages for Failure to Complete on Time.
Inasmuch as failure to complete the project within the time fixed in the Agreement will result in
substantial injury to the Owner, and as damages arising from such failure cannot be calculated
with any degree of certainty, it is hereby agreed that if the project is not substantially completed,
according to the definition of "substantial completion" in Article 8.3 of the Agreement, or with-
in such further time, if any, as in accordance with the provisions of the contract documents shall
be allowed for such substantial completion, the Contractor shall pay to the Owner as liquidated
damages for such delay, and not as a penalty, _dollars ($ )
for each and every calendar day elapsing between the date fixed for substantial completion and
the date such substantial completion shall have been fully accomplished. It is also hereby agreed
that if this project is not finally completed, in accordance with the requirements of the contract
documents, the contractor shall pay to the Owner as liquidated damages for such delay, and not
as a penalty, one-fourth of the rate indicated above. Said liquidated damages shall be payable
in addition to any excess expenses or costs payable by the Contractor to the Owner under the
provisions of Article 14 of the General Conditions, and shall not exclude the recovery of damages
by the Owner under other provisions of the contract documents, except for Contractor's delay.

This provision for liquidated damages for delay shall in no manner affect the Owner's right to
terminate the contract as provided in Article 14 of the General Conditions or elsewhere in the
contract documents. The Owner's exercise of the right to terminate shall not release the Con-
tractor from his obligation to pay said liquidated damages in the amounts set out in Article
4.2 hereof.

It is further agreed that the Owner may deduct from the balance retained by the Owner under the
provisions of Article 4 hereof the liquidated damages stipulated herein or in Article 4.3 as the case
may be, or such portion thereof as the said retained balance will cover.
4.3 Liquidated Damages when Owner Terminates Contract.
The Owner is entitled to completion of the project within the time fixed in Article 4 hereof or
within such further time, if any, as may be allowed in accordance with the provisions of the
contract. In the event of termination of the contract by the Owner prior to completion as pro-
vided in Article 14.2 of the General Conditions or elsewhere in the contract documents, the
Contractor shall be liable to the Owner for the expenses for additional managerial and adminis-
trative services provided in said Article 14 and lso for the per diem liquidated damages agreed
upon in Article 4.2 hereof:

(I) for each day he is in arrears in his work at the time of said termination as determined by the
Architect, and
(2) for each day of thirty (30) additional calendar days hereby stipulated and agreed to be the
time it will require the Owner to effect another contract for completion of the project and
for active resumption of work thereon.

) Provided, however, that the sum of (I) and (2) shall not exceed the number of days beyond the
original agreed completion date, or any extention thereof as herein provided, reasonably required
for completion of the project.


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ARTICLE 5. CONTRACT SUM


The Owner shall pay the Contractor for the performance of the work, subject to
additions and deductions by Change Order as provided in the Conditions of the Contract,
in current funds, the Contract sum of




ARTICLE 6. PROGRESS PAYMENTS

Based upon Applications for Payment submitted to the Architect by the Contractor
and Certificates for Payment issued by the Architect, the Owner shall make progress pay-
ments on account of the Contract Sum to the Contractor as provided in the Conditions
of the Contract as follows:

On or about the first day of each month, 90% of the portion of the Contract Sum properly
allocable to labor, materials and equipment incorporated in the work, and 90% of the
portion of the Contract Sum properly allocable to materials and equipment suitably stored
at the site or at some other locations agreed upon in writing by the parties up to the
30th of the month, less the aggregate of previous payments of each case shall be paid
to the Contractor. Upon Substantial Completion of the entire work, a sum sufficient
to increase the total payments to 95% of the Contract Sum, less such retainages as the
Architect shall determine for all incomplete work and unsettled claims shall be paid to
the Contractor.

However, at the time the Work is 50% complete and thereafter, if the manner of
completion of the work and its progress are and remain satisfactory to the Architect, and
in absence of other good and sufficient reasons, he shall on presentation by the
Contractor of Consent of Surety for each application, authorize that no further retainage
be withheld on remaining partial payments. The full contract retainage may be reinstated
if the manner of completion of the Work and its progress do no remain satisfactory to the
Architect or if the Surety withholds his consent or for other good and sufficient reasons.


ARTICLE 7. FINAL PAYMENT

Final payment, constituting the entire unpaid balance of the Contract Sum, shall be paid
by Ahe Owner to the Contractor 30 days after Substantial Completion of the work unless
otherwise stipulated in the Certificate of Substantial Completion, provided the work has
then been completed, the Contract fully performed, and a final Certificate for payment
has been issued by the Architect.

ARTICLE 8. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

8.1 Terms used in the Agreement which are defined in the Conditions of the Contract shall
have the meanings designated in those Conditions.

8.2 The Contract Documents, which constitute the entire agreement between the Owner
and the Contractor, are listed in Article I and except for Modifications issued after
execution of this Agreement are enumerated as follows:


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S8.3 The term "Substantial Completion" shall mean that construction is sufficiently completed in accordance with the .
Pns and Specifications, as modified in any Change Order agreed to by the parties, so that the Owner can occupy the
building for the use for which it was intended.

The term "Substantial Completion" shall ndt mean the inclusion of such minor alterations and patching as the Final In-
spection shall disclose.

8.4 Wage Rates: The contractor agrees that the rate of wages for all laborers, mechanics and apprentices employed by
him or any of his subcontractors on the public work covered by this contract shall be not less than the
prevailing rate of wages for similar skills in the City or County of Florida, in accordance
with Determination No.
or Decision No.
as published in the Specifications, and as determined by the Division of Labor and Employment Opportunities,
Department of Commerce, for projects which are state funded, or as determined by the United States
Department of Labor for projects that are wholly or partially federally funded, and that in case of any dispute
regarding payment of the Prevailing Rate of Wages of employees in any of several classifications which the
contracting authority is unable to settle, the matter shall be referred to the Division of Labor and Employment
Opportunities, Department of Commerce for determination, all as provided by Section 215.19, Florida Statutes, which
Section, as amended to date, is hereby incorporated into and made a part of this contract by reference; complete
information being furnished to the appropriate Federal Agency if Federal Wage Rate determinations are involved.

8.5 Claims and Disputes: Except where under the terms of this contract the Architect's determination is final, and
except as otherwise specifically provided in the contract, all disputes arising under this contract, including claim by
Owner for damages for delay in completion of the construction within the time agreed upon in Article 4 of the
Agreement, shall be decided by the Architect, subject to written appeal within thirty (30) days to the Department of
General Services. Hearings in connection with such appeals shall be held before one or more Hearing Examiners,
appointed by the Executive Director of the Department of General Services to hear such appeals, whose findings, if
approved by the Executive Director or the Governor and Cabinet, shall be final and conclusive upon the parties thereto
as to such disputes. In the meantime, the Contractor shall diligently proceed with the work as directed. In the
determination and settlement of any such dispute, the said Review Panel may assess the costs and charges of the
proceeding upon either or both parties, as it may deem equitable under the circumstances, which costs and charges may
include, but shall not be limited to, any professional, legal or technical advice and counsel it may require; and if it
deems it equitable, it may award to the successful party, in any dispute, damages for delays, or for necessary costs and
expenses, caused by the proceeding, if it finds that the appeal or refusal to accept the Architect's determinaJion was
without reasonable cause. The determination of all such matters in the manner provided in this Article shall be a
condition precedent to any right to legal action of either party against the other or any matter of dispute arising under
this contract.

8.6 Provisions of Articles 2.2.10 and 2.2.11, Standard Form A-201, General Conditions of the Contract, relating to
arbitration, are eliminated. Any claim, matter, dispute or controversy, otherwise subject to arbitration under this
Contract shall be determined and settled as provided in Article 8.5 of this Agreement.

8.7 Harmony Contractor is advised, and hereby agrees, that he will exert every reasonable and diligent effort to
assure that all labor employed by contractor and his sub-contractors for work on the project shall work in harmony
with and be compatible with all other labor being used by building and construction contractors now or hereafter on
the site of the


Contractor further agrees that this provision will be included in all subcontracts of the subcon actor as well as in the
contractor's own contract; provided, however, that this provision shall not be interpreted or enforced so as to deny or
abridge, on account of membership or non-membership in any labor union or labor organization, the right of any
person to work as guaranteed by Article 1, Section 6 of the Florida Constitution.


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INSERT


8.8 APPRENTICE AND TRIE EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS

(a) The contractor agrees:

1. That he will make a diligent effort to hire for the
performance of the contract a number of apprentices
in each occupation which bears to the average number
of the journeymen in that occupation to be employed
in the performance of the contract, therE~f ionof at
least one apprentice or trainee to every five journey-
men.

2. That he will, when feasible, assure that 25 percent of
such apprentices or trainees are in their first year
of training, except when the number of apprentices or
trainees'to be hired is fewer than four. Feasibility
here involves a consideration of the availability of
training opportunities for first year appretices or
trainees, the hazardous nature of the- vworksr r .e-
ginning workers, and excessive unemployment of appren-
tices or trainees in their second and/or subsequent
years of training.

3. That during the performance of the contract, he will
make diligent efforts to employ the number of appren-
tices or trainees necessary to meet requirements of
subparagraphs 1 and 2. However, on-the-job training
programs shall only be established in non-apprenticeable
trades or occupations to meet the requirements of
Section 446.101, Florida Statutes.

(b) The contractor agrees to return records of employment by
trade of the number of apprentices or trainees, and
apprentices or trainees by first year of training and of
journeymen and the wages paid and hours of work of such
persons, on a form as prescribed by the bureau of
apprenticeship of the division of labor and employment
opportunities at three-month intervals. Submission of
duplicate copies of forms submitted to the United States
Department of Labor shall be sufficient compliance with
the provisions of this section.

(c) The contractor agrees to supply to the bureau of appren-
ticeship of the division of labor and employment opportun-
ities, at three-month intervals, a statement describing
steps taken toward making a diligent effort and containing
a breakdown by craft of hours worked and wages paid for
first-year apprentices or trainees, other apprentices or
trainees, and journeymen.

(d) The contractor agrees to insert in any subcontract under
this contract the requirements contained in this section.
The term "contractor", as used in such clauses and any
subcontract shall mean the subcontractor.




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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have executed this Agreement, the day and
year first written ahb de.

ARARD OF CONTRACT APPROVED BY GOVERNOR


AND CABINET__
(Date)

Reuhin 0 'D. Askew
Governor


Bruce A. Smathers
Secretary oft tate

Robert L. Shevin
Attorney General

Gerald A. Lewis
Comptroller


Thomas D. O'Malley, Treasu
and Insurance Commission

Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agricultur

Ralph- D TurLington
Commissi-oqer oft Education


Jack D. Kane
Executive Director


ATTEST


CONTRACTOR


As witnessed by,


(Name and Title)


rer
er


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SEAL


Chief, Bureau of Construction
Recommended for Approval and Signature

Division of Building Construction and
Maintenance
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES


APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY

Arnold L. Greenfield
General Counsel
Department of General Services


By
Albert E. Bass, Director
Division of Building Construction and
Maintenance


As Witnessed By:


Revised 2/5/75


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rLOR!D4 tZATMN OT CQ*.':C.1A
L~VlVsKOJ Or ~J~~
To~oelzusee. Fiocs4 .).3i

SCHEDULE OF PRE FILING VIAGE RATES'FOrz SPECIFIED PUBirC COD$TRUCT IQ


SJanuary 24, 1975
Contracting Authority .Department of General Services


Determination No. 116-V !


Non-rcsidential building construction rates for:
Restoration of Paffe House, Project No. DOS-6110
St. Augustine, Florida St. Johns County

Section 215.19, Florida Statutes, provides thct the contractor sholl pay not cess than the rotes determined by the Division to be prevoiling
for similar classification of work in the area. The Act is a minimum wage lew. Its requirement that the contractor pay "not less" than the
rates so determined presupposes the possibility that he may have to pay hi at'r roats.


Prevhiling W'age,
Rcat For Macho!oics


Air Cond. & Rcfrig. Mechanic $5.00 Painte r


Asbestos Workers J_--
Assembler, Mletol Building 3 78
Corpenirrs 5.72
Cernmit Fi-ishcrs 5.21
Drywall Fi iihcrs" 86.00
Drywoll li;G-(Cers 8.00


Electrician'

Laborers
Laborers


7.70
7.45


7.
3.C


'0


Truck


Croft or Occupation

rs SDpray
Drivers s


i--


Prevailing Wage
Rate For M.icca-.rnics


_____4..69
2L75e


Lathers --
Mosons 7.00
Pointes Brush 4.50 __ _____
Plasterers 6.60 _
Plumbers 6.24
Roofers 5.50
Sheet Msetal Workers 3. 50
Tile Setters --

Welders receive rate prescribed for crait performing operation to which wclding is incidentcl.

Apprentices employed hereunder shall be persons defined as apprentices by section 446.021, Florida Statutes, who shall be
working under either an apprentice agreement registered and approved by the apprenticeship council cs provided by section
446.041(2), Florida Statutes, or an apprenticeship agreement of higher standards as provided in section 446.031, Florida
Statutes; provided, however, that each such apprentice shall be paid in accordance with wage schedules approved by the
Division of Labor, Bureau of Apprenticeship.


CERTIFICATE
I, Luther J. Moore, Adi~rnistrator of Pievailing Wage, Division of Labor, hereby certify that the wage rates set forth in the foregoing end
attached schedule dore the prevailing wwaog rates for the trades and classifications therein listed for similar classification of work in the
locality as determined by theDivision of Lqbor.
i i. .
iness whereof I have hereunto set my, hand and- the seal of said Division this '". day of January A.D. 1975

Division of Labotr
^1 ,^ -/ ^ :: ^ ;-* '. '' :- : / : '... -. *.' . ^'
"' '":'^ ,-- "* / '.' i' i .'*' *' ^ : .:***- -* \' *' -. ,: D i is~ c ion, l of L ~ r \ ,\ *' .1;


Luther J. Moore
Administrator of Prevailing Wage


FDC Forn OLR 305(Rev. 1174)
2.


Craft or Occupation


50


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STATE OF FLORIDA )
)
COUNTY OF )


| Before me, the undersigned authority, personally appeared

,__ who, first being duly sworn, upon

his oath deposes and says:

That he is the (contractor) (subcontractor) on the following

described public works:

JOB DESCRIPTION:

CONTRACTOR (SUBCONTRACTOR)_

ADDRESS:

CONTRACTING AUTHORITY

PREVAILING WAGE DETERMINATION NO.:


That a schedule of prevailing wages required by Section 215.19

(1)(b) and (2)(c), Florida Statutes, has been posted and is being

S permanently maintained throughout the construction in a secure, pro-

tected and prominent place on the premises where the construction is

being performed.

AND FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NOT.






Sworn to and subscribed before me this day of

__ 19




Notary Public
State of Florida at Large

My Commission Expires:


The contractor shall execute and mail this affidavit to the Florida
Department of Commerce, Office of Labor Relations, 205 Ashley Building,
1321 Executive Center Drive, East, Tallahassee, Florida 32301, within ten
(10) days of the commencement of work. 51

FDC Form OLR-304 (Rev. 10-74) '"






DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE

WAGE RATE CERTIFICATION FOR SUB-CONTRACTORS


Project


For period ending


__Payment No._


I hereby certify that all provisions of Section 215.19, Florida
Statutes, as amended to date, regarding apprentices and payment
of wages have been complied with.


Sub-Contractor
Type Name of Individual or Firm


Type Name:


STATE OF
COUNTY OF


Personally appeared before me this day of
19 _,known(or made known)
to me to be the


(Owner) (Partner)


(Corporate Officer-give title)


of Contractor(s), who subscribed and swore to the above instrument
in my presence.


Notary Public
Type Name:
My Commission expires:_ ,19


(SEAL)


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, DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION

CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

,Date:

:. .:Project No: '

The work performed under the Contract dated between
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES, STATE OF FLORIDA, Owner and .
_____ __Contractor,for the construction of
___ '._____ ____________ was inspected and -.
found to be substantially completed as of

The term "Substantial Completion" shall mean that the con-
,struction is sufficiently completed in accordance with the
plans and specifications, as modified in any change order
agreed to by the parties, so that the Owner can occupy the
building and/or utilize the facility for the use for which
it was intended.
A list of items to be completed or corrected is appended hereto. This
list may not be exhaustive and the failure to include an item on it
does not alter the responsibility of the Contractor to complete all
the work in accordance with the Contract Documents, including autho-
rized changes thereto.

The Contractor will complete or correct the work on the list of items
appended hereto within calender days from the Date of Substan-
tial Completion.
Owner assumed full possession of the facility above described on
The responsibility of the Contractor
to provide utilities, under the Contract Documents shall cease that
date and the one-year warranty period shall begin. Insurance coverage
shall continue in accordance with provisions of Article II as amended
of the Contract Documents.


(Architect-Engineer) (Contractor)


(Authorized Representative) (Authorized Representative)

Department of General Services
Bureau of Construction


.(Authorized Representative)


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> AGENCY;:

PROJECT:

CONTRACTOR:

CONTRACT FOR:'

CONTRACT DATE:


CONTRACT AMOUNT:


CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT

I solemnly swear (or affirm): That the work under the above named contract and all
amendments thereto have been satisfactorily completed; that all amounts payable for
materials, labor and other charges against the project have been paid; that no
liens have been attached against the project; that no suits are pending by reason "
of work on the project under the contract; that all Workmen's Compensation claims
are covered by Workmen's Compensation insurance as required by law; and that all
public liability claims are covered by insurance.

CONTRACTOR:


(SEAL)


Title:

Date:
STATE OF
COUNTY OF
Personally appeared before me this


known (or made known) to


day of 197


me to be the


(Corporate Officer Title)


Contractor (s), who, being by


me duly sworn, subscribed to the foregoing affidavit


in my presence.


(Notary Public)
(Type Name):

My Commission Expires:___ _


MN-1-54


SLPage I of 2 Pages


(Owner)


(Partner)


___-


II I III I IIII-^ -I -I


RTI EAU OF CONSTRUCTION

CERTIFICAlT OF CTRACT COMPLETION


;Pr ;;





Certificate of Contract Completion

CERTIFICATE OF ARCHITECT/ENGINEER


I CERTIFY: That the work under the above named contract has been satisfactorily
completed under the terms of the contract; that the project is recommended for
occupancy by the owning agency; that the contractor has submitted satisfactory
evidence that he has paid all labor, materials and other charges against the project
in accordance with the terms of the contract.


Date


Days


Contract Date

Contractor Notified to Proceed

Days Allowed by Contract

Extensions Granted by C.O.

Total Days Allowable

Work Began
Project Substantially
Completed

Days to Complete

Underrun

Overrun


A/E Firm Name:________

By:


Date:


CERTIFICATE


OF ACCEPTANCE BY USING AGENCY


THIS IS TO CERTIFY: That to the best of my knowledge and belief the statements
made in the above affidavit and certificate are true, and the project is satis-
factorily completed under the terms of the contract and is hereby accepted for
occupancy, operation and maintenance.

Agency:_


Date:


Title:


APPROVED BY DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES


Projects Manager


Administrator
Construction Supervision Section


Page 2 of 2 Pages


Date:


Date:


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OUTLINE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS



DIVISION TITLE PAGE

ONE PROJECT SCOPE AND GOALS 56

TWO PREPARATION, CLEARING, FILLING, SOIL
TREATMENT, GRADING AND HARDSTAND 57 58

THREE CONCRETE, MASONRY AND STUCCO 59 60

FOUR CARPENTRY, ROOFING AND FENCING 61 62

FIVE HARDWARE AND IRON WORK 63

SIX GLASS AND GLAZING 64

SEVEN WATERPROOFING 65

EIGHT GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PLUMBING,
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL WORK 66. 67

NINE PLUMBING 68 69

TEN ELECTRICAL 70 71

ELEVEN HEATING 72 74










DIVISION ONE PROJECT SCOPE AND GOALS

This project revolves around the reconstruction of three small frame
structures built by F. Pellicer, a master carpenter ftom 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.

It should be understood by the Contractor and his entire labor force
that the structures will be used in the interpretative program of the
Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board and must express as much
historical integrity as possible in regard to design and construction.

Restoration and Re-Construction work must be accomplished by the best
trained and experience craftsmen, preferably those who are interested
in history and capable of learning more about the early methods of
their craft.

In the old days carpenters erected the frame of a building. Their craft
can be compared to that of the rough carpenter of today, except that the
work they did was far from roug-. Practically all framing was mortised,
tennoned and pegged.

Power tools in the main will be kept away from the job and the type of
tools and equipment used must be similar to that of the times being
presented. Timbers must present the appearance of being handhewn and
dressed with broad axes or adzes. Hand planing will be necessary and
all beads in door and shutter members shall be run with moulding planes.

Contractor is cautioned that he -.ay be required to experiment with certain
products, and finish until the finish appearance and results are accep-
table to the Architect in charge.










DIVISION TWO PREPARATION, CLEARING, FILLING, SOIL
TREATMENT, GRADING AND HARDSTAND

2-1 SCOPE

It is anticipated that HSAPB will turn over the property at St. George
Street in a rake clean condition, ready for the construction process.
Several trees must be removed from site.
2-2 ACCESS

All trucking access and vehicle parking will be from the east or Cuna
Street to the southeast corner of the property.

2-3 PROTECTION OF PROPERTY

All adjacent property shall be protected and any damage to property
resulting from this operation shall be carefully repaired or replaced
as a part of this Contract.

Portions of the site cut up by haulin2 or any operation resulting from
the building operation shall be filled and fine graded.

Any sections of existing paving damaged shall be replaced or repaired.

Maintain and erect new Pedestrian Safetv barriers to the west on
St. George Street.

2-4 LAYOUT

The three buildings shown shall be accurately located (various map data
and archological information indicates this as the original building positions).

Elevations shall be accurately established with the generalization "Floor
Elevations of the two Outbuildings as a minimum of 1' 0" above the Crown
of St. George Street paving to the west.

The main building with wood flooring shall have a basic elevation finish
floor level 1' 0" above the level of the floors of the outbuildings.

2-5 UTILITY CONNECTIONS

Contractor is responsible for all necessary connections and temporary services
to these supplies, and for their removal at job completion.

2-6 SOIL TREATMENT

After Basic Fill is in the entire area covered by the three buildings and
for at least one foot outside the perimeter of each soil shall be spray treated
with Termite Control Solution; either 1.07. solution of Chlordane or 0.57.
solution of Dieldrin.

Treatment shall be made by a Bonded Termite Exterminating Firm and shall be
applied at the minimum rate of one gallon per 10 sq. ft. of building area.

Upon completion Contractor shall furnish the HSAPB a contract for protection
against termite damage renewable annually at Owner's option for repair and
replacement of termite-damaged materials in the amount of $5,000. maximum.








2-7 GRADING

Upon job completion the site is to be cleaned of all debris occasioned
by the construction. The site is then to be fine graded with a top soil
suitable for planting.

2-8 HARDSTAND

The area west of the main structure between the fences and up to St. George
Street shall have a six inch layer of Hardpan spread and rolled. Then apply
a loose layer of Coquina approximately 1/4" to 1/2" deep, carefully spread.

Substitute: Pending suitability of soil at the site the Contractor is
advised that a Soil Cement Hardstand carefully mixed and well compacted
and with a Coquina or broken oyster shell aggregate introduced into the
mixture will be acceptable as a substitute for Hardpan and Coquina.

2-9 FILL

Move into the site as required a soil suitable for planting and in sufficient
quantity to raise grade to generally drain to St. George Street from back of
main building. Grade to east from back of main building.









DIVISION THREE CONCRETE, MASONRY AND STUCCO

3-1 CONCRETE

The only concrete work anticipated for the project is Hold Down Pads under
Coquina Piers for the main structure, and footings for chimney mass.

Concrete shall be Transft Mixed 3000 Ib./sq. inch compressive strength.
Pads shall be reinforced, anchor bolts set and immediately covered as
soon as it receives its initial set.

It is the intention here that concrete pads will be hidden from public
view as soon as possible for they were certainly not part of the original
construction and are used here merely to seat Coquina piers and provide
some means of tying the'structure down.

3-2 MASONRY

Masonry work for the project is limited to repair or replacement of the
wall to the north (Spanish Inn) upon which the north outbuilding rests;
two chimneys; the fireplace in the north outbuilding and Coquina piers
under the main structure.

Conventional mortar mix may be used for masonry works I part masonry
cement and 3 parts and by volume. Suggest Magnolia etc.
A
2-a PIERS

Generally square up (about 12" x 12" x 12") Coquina blocks
and drill a center hole thru the block.

It is intended that the block be slipped down over the tie
down in the concrete pad and then the sill installed above
the Coquina block.

When the sill is pulled up tight by bolting then the bed
of the Coquina block shall be grouted in and tuck-pointed
for a firm seating.

2-b COMMON WALL WITH SPANISH INN

Expose the wall footing for inspection in order to determine
condition and suitability for constructing chimney and fire-
place mass directly on existing structure.

If conditions are such that wall and foundation are unsuitable
to receive new construction superimposed upon it, then a protion
shall be torn out and rebuilt with a suitable footing and,foundation
wall to receive masonry mass of fireplace and chimney above.

All exposed parts of firebox in the cooking fireplace shall be
constructed of Coquina and rubble.

All the masonry parts hidden by Stucco governing may be built with










rubble or Coquina. No concrete block shall be used in
chimney construction. Make certain that at least 4" of
brick and a hidden flue liner is used in flue construction.
Flue liner is not to show at top of chimney.

Flue liner shall be used in the chimney mass which serves
the Heating Hot Water Boiler, along with a Clay Thimble
to receive Smoke Pipe.

3-3 STUCCO

Any modern materials in masonry work shall be completely covered with the
scratch coat of Stucco just as soon as practicable.- Do not wait until all
masonry is in place.

Finish coat of Stucco shall be composed of white cement, broken and pulverized
oyster shell and white sand.

Stucco shall be Site mixed by hand and to a consistency that will spread
smoothly and evenly on the masonry surfaces.

3-4 TABBY FLOORING

Flooring in front of Cooking Fireplace shall be simulated oyster shell Tabby
(Consult with Architect): White cement, broken shell, sand mixed carefully
into a dry mix and carefully laid down. Form marks of any kind will be
objectionable.









DIVISION FOUR CARPENTRY, ROOFING AND FENCING

4-1 WORK INCLUDED

The furnishing and installation of all wood and frame parts of the structures
all carpentry labor including fabrication of Fencing, Roof Covering (wood
shingles), installation of Insulation and other general installations re-
quired to carry out the reasonable intent of the Drawings.

Any later details necessary for the completion of the work will be
furnished by the Architect.

4-2 MATERIALS

All materials for framing the structures, flooring, siding etc. shall be
selected from No. 2 Common Yellow Pine in order to meet Archelogical
requirements. Other woods proposed for use in the structures will be
considered but must meet the approval of HSAPB.

There is little or no use of Finish Lumber as it is known in the modern
sense, as there is no interior finish.

4-3 PRESSURE TREATMENT

All Sills, Mud Sills, Floor Joists, materials framed against masonry or
in any area of exposure to moisture etc. shall be pressure treated with
a solvent-soluable organic material such as Pentachlorphenol or an approved
equal product.

It is pointed out here that HSAPB desires the
very least discoloring possible be left in residue of the pressure treating
process. The three small buildings were in all likelihood never painted
being left to weather quite natural and they should reflect this condition
closely.

4-4 CONSTRUCTION JOINTS IN FRAMING

Generally all joints in framing of the period represented here were
fabricated without the use cr nails or bolts etc. All pinning was done
with wood pegs halved and lapped joints or a mortise
and tennon connection -- usually pegged.

The isometic drawing in the plans shows in a general way the condition
anticipated in each type connection.

Advice and suggestions from the field are solicited and appreciated with
regard to the methods and technique to be used.

4-5 SHUTTERS AND DOORS

Shutters and doors shall be made up as a job fabricated item, (see nails
under Iron Work, Division Five), stock at least one inch (l') thick,
preferably thicker, hand planed, with the bead run by hand mouldings planes.
Nail cleats to inside of both shutters and doors with the Tremont nail
specified for exposed nailing.









4-6 WINDOW SASH

Window Sash shall be Job or Site Fabricated. Mouldings
should be sinple and not too sharp and precise. In othey words a product
that would approximate early hand run Muntins and Rails as closely as
practicable.

Absolutely no metal, glides, balances, pins etc. will be permitted.


Sash shall be double hung with the top half tixed .
half held in the raised position with a .
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and the lower


4-7 SHINGLES

Furnish a( 10ong, hand-split presss shingle, 1/2" thick and dressed
with a draw knife. i/U r/ t

4-8 ROOF COVERING

Historical accuracy will have to give way in the matter of roof covering
in order to meet existing fire regulations concerned with the use of wood
shingles.

The traditionally used Shingle Stripping will be deleted from the three
buildings and 5/8" sheathing plywood shall be
carefully nailed to the rafters.


Cover the
Over this
carefully


Plywood with one layer of 20 lb. asphalt saturated felt.
drying-in sheet lay a layer of 3/16" cement asbestos sheet,
nailed.


Over the asbestos sheet apply wood shingles with a carefully hidden strip
of asphalt felt laced in with each row of shingles. The felt will be cut
in strips the width matching the shingle length and lacing it in under each
layer of shingles and over the layer below to form a positive water barrier.

Shingles shall be installed by mechanics skilled in this operation and
willing to take the time to complete a good watertight roof. The roof pitch
is steep so toe-boards shall be installed on the way up and removed as the
work is completed.

4-9 INSULATION

Furnish and install 3-1/2" full thick aluminium backed roll type insulation
in the roof and attic area as shown. Insulation shall be inconspicuous as
possible.

4-10 FENCING

Two small short fences are required to round out the front of the property
(toward the west).
These fences shall be constructed of P.T. Past and Railings for framing.
Split Palings of P.T. material shall be used for fencing.
NOTEs This Paling Fence in essence is simulated in that the pales will not
be stuck into the ground but will be nailed on the spreader and Railings.










DIVISION FIVE


HARDWARE AND IRON WORK


Contractor shall provide an allowance to the Contract for,the complete
furnishing of all Hardware to include but not limited to Door, Window
and Shutter Hardware; and Exposed Nails used about the work in the
amount of $1,000.00.

It is specifically pointed out that installation of the various items
is not to be considered part of the allowance but is a part of the
contract proper.

Attention is invited to F-6 ARTICLE 4 CONTRACTOR and 4.8.1 General
Conditions of the Contract A.I.A. Document A 201.


Any monies remaining after
the Owner by Change Order.
the furnishing of hardware


construction shall be returned in full to
Any monies required in addition to complete
shall be furnished to the project by the Owner.


Contractor is advised that Nails, Shutter Hold-backs, H and L Hinges etc.
will be available thru HSAPB purchasing channels.










DIVISION SIX GLASS AND GLAZING

All Window Sish shall be ordered open if they are not jqb fabricated.
Job or Local Shop Fabrication preferred.
Then Job Glaze Sash with the very oldest (used) glass that can be
purchased locally.

Markings and imperfections in the glass are desirable. Contractor
will not ve required to purchase and install any so called Antique
Glass which has been recently manufactured.










DIVISION SEVEN WATERPROOFING

All Siding, Flooring, Door and Window Trim etc. exposed to weathering
or dampness shall be thoroughly coated either with Brush/Dip or Spray
Tenique, clear CUPRINOL #20 as manufactured by Darworth, Inc. or
TIMBERCOTE #0400 manufactured by Samuel Cabot, Inc. (See Note below).

It must be understood that any waterproofing proposed for use in the
project must result in an absolutely clear surface remaining. There
shall be no shiny or oily residue from the treatment. All surfaces
must present an appearance of not having been treated at all.

CAULKING

Make every effort to prevent the entrance of moisture into any portions
of the building such as butt and miter joints (a typical location, heads
of doors and windows).

A clear Gun-Grade Acrylic joint sealer shall be used for this installation.

Submit manufacturer's data for approval on the product proposed for use
prior to purchase.

NOTE: Contact SUN-TEC, Gainesville, Florida.










DIVISION EIGHT GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PLUMBING,
MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL WORK

8-1 SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS

Plumbing, Mechanical and Electrical Work shall be installed subject to
the "General Conditions" for the entire specifications.

8-2 SUPERVISION

Each Sub-Contractor shall have a competent Superintendant in charge of
the work at all times. This individual shall be qualified and have
experience in the type work to be installed.

8-3 CONNECTING TO WORK OF OTHERS

Sub-Contractor shall examine the work and materials installed by others
as they apply to his own work and notify the Architect immediately if
conditions exist which prevent satisfactory results in the installation
of the system in question.

Lack of any such notification to the Architect shall be construed as
an acceptance by him as to the suitability of the work of others which
will receive the mechanical work in question.

8-4 DRAWINGS

It is the intent of the drawings and specifications to obtain a complete
and satisfactory installation. Division of the work into sections etc.
shall not relieve the Contractor or his Sub-Contractor from full res-
ponsibility of compliance as to the intent of the Drawings and Speci-
fications.

Attention is again invited to the fact that this project is one of
Historical RE-Construction. The buildings of that time certainly had
no interior plumbing, wiring, heating duct etc. In that light it is
requested that every effort be made to carefully hide all mechanical
portions of the work. Bright screws must not show; water, air and fan
noises must not be allowed to intrude in any way. Underground utilities
shall be placed quickly and covered immediately upon inspection and
approval.

The Sub-Contractor will be required to furnish, install and connect
with appropriate services all items shown on any of the drawings;
notify the Architect of discrepancies and omissions, conflicts or
interference.

8-5 CUTTING, PATCHING AND EXCAVATION

All cutting and patching (such as access hole to electrical outlets in
main building) shall be performed by or under the direct supervision
of Qualified Carpenters on the job.










Execavation and trenching for mechanical trades will be performed
by the trade involved but carefully backfilled and all evidence of
mechanical work hidden.

8-6 REMOVAL OF RUBBISH

Keep the premises free from accumulations of waste materials. At
job completion and after each day's work, remove tools, any scaffolding
etc. from the building site. Leave the premises in a clean, orderly
and acceptable condition.










DIVISION NINE PLUMBING

9-1 WORK INCLUDED

The furnishing of all labor and materials for Plumbing Work from excavation
and backfill necessary for underground installations; tie into municipal
taps; complete system of soil and waste piping.

Fixtures installed and operable in the locations shown and a complete
cold water system. (No hot water system included).

All of the above to be as unobstrusively installed as is practicable in the
interest of simulating a historical period.

9-2 MATERIALS

New materials, free from defects, and of a generally accepted weights
and grade.

SOIL PIPE

Hub and Spigot pattern standard weight, coated with coal tar varnish.

WATER PIPE

Government Type L hard drawn tubing or galvanized steel schedule 40 weight.

VALVES
Valves may not be shown in every instance but shut-off and check valves
necessary for the operation and maintenance of the system shall be fur-
nished. Valves shall have bronze stems, double seated bronze seats, iron
wheel, rough body brass with inside screws equal to Crane 125 Class No. 440.
9-3 FIXTURES

Plumbing fixtures shall be of "First Quality". Enameled Iron shall be acid
resisting. Fixtures and fittings shall be from one manufacturer and of
similar character.
WATER CLOSETS

Cat. No. 2109.056 American Standard complete with Olsinite No. 46 solid
plastic open front seat and cover.
This is an elongated Cadet siphon jet with close coupled bowl, free standing
vitreous china. Furnish complete with supply pipe and riser with shut-off stop.
LAVATORY
Highlyn Cat. No. 3001.13 American Standard 20" x 18" with aquarian single
control faucet. Center set No. 2103.018 plug hot water side. Furnish
complete with mounting frame for Formica top installation.
9-4 JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS

Make up permanently air and watertight. Cast iron caulked joints shall be
firmly packed with Oakum and finished with not less than 1" of lead well
caulked.









Joints in copper pipe shall be sweated solder joints with visible solder
at end of fitting.
Vents at roof shall be flashed with 4 lb. sheet lead boot. Carefully work
wood shingles and keep as unobtrusive and hidden from public view as possible.

9-5 CLEANOUTS

It is important that clean-outs be furnished as shown at at the foot of
stacks and any change of direction for maintenance. Bring up just above
floor slab inside building.

9-6 SOIL AND WASTE PIPING

Each fixture shall be properly vented but in the bathroom of outbuilding do
not take both vents thru roof. Collect lavatory vent and tie into toilet
vent below roof line. Grade to drain back with the stack by gravity.
No steel piping will be allowed in soil or waste lines.

9-7 WATER SUPPLY

Pipes as shown on Mechanical sheet. Minimum fixture take off not less than
1/2". At each fixture supply an air chamber of not less than 20 pipe diameters.
Provide lawn faucets as shown on plans, compression stop female connection
3/4" with 3/4" threaded hose end.

9-9 TESTING

Test with City water pressure on water lines before backfilling. Test soil
lines with a one pipe length head.Fill with water and allow Architect check
before backfilling.









DIVISION TEN ELECTRICAL

10-1 WORK INCLUDED

The furnishing of labor and material and equipment and performing the
complete installation of an electrical system as called for here and
shown on plans.
Wiring for Heating up to and including the basic dis-connect for this
equipment.

10-2 SYSTEM

Lighting and power 115/230 V, Single Phase, 3 wire.
Entrance shall be underground in Rigid Galvanized Conduit.

10-3 CODES & STANDARDS

All work must be performed in accordance with the latest edition of the
NEC and with all local ordinances and regulationsor Schedule 40 PVC if
approved by city.
All materials shll be new and comply with the:
American Institute of Electrical Engineers
National Electrical Manufacturers Association
Underwriters Laboratories

10-4 PERMITS

This Sub-Contractor shall take out and pay for any permits required for
installations, inspections, connections etc. that may be required.

10-5 RACEWAYS

All conduit shall be Galvanized, Sherardized or rust resistant alloy.
This project is in the fire district and will require complete installation
in metalic raceway. PVC may be allowed
Insofar as possible in exposed fra construction raceways shall be concealed.
Where they must be run exposed they shall be given a thick coat of brownish
gray paint to blend in with nearby wood color and texture. Leave nothing
shiny or bright exposed.
Conduit below grade or in masonry-concrete etc. shall be made watertight
with joint compound.
Install conduit and boxes ahead of the masons.
Exposed runs shall be neatly installed with all runs parallel and per-
pendicular to adjacent work.

10-6 WIRE AND CABLE

600 V synthetic insulation type TW.








10-7 BOXES AND FITTINGS

All fittings, clamps, hangers, boxes shall be of galvanized steel. Use
moisture proof cast boxes with threaded hub in below floor construction.
(A PVC box and conduit will be approved if allowed by city.)

10-8 WIRING DEVICES

Switches shall be totally enclosed composition flushed tumbler switches for
type C Lamp loads.
Duplex convenience outlets with ground shall be 15 amp.; 125 volt parallel
slot receptacle with grounding slot.
Plates shall be brown bakelite to match nearby construction closely.

10-9 SWITCHES AND BREAKERS

Safety Switches shall be standard duty type ND.

Breakers shall be safety dead front units in NEMA Type 1 enclosure. Breakers
shall be quick make, quick break, with trip free handles, Thermal Magnetic.
Enclosure Units shall be general purpose, Square D Type.

10-10 CONSTRUCTION

Electrical Sub-Contractor is expected to do all excavating and backfilling
for his own work. Underground conduits will be installed a minimum of 24"
below finished grade.
All metallic non-current components of the wiring system shall be bonded and
grounded.
The best box adapted to the particular location and type of construction
shall be installed. Install boxes plumb and true.
Solderless pressure type connectors properly installed shall be utilized
for splices.
WIRING IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER TRADES
The Electrical Sub-Contractor -is& to provide for the electrical connection of
all equipment, furnishing all disconnects, etc. beyond the Breakers. He will
coordinate wire size and location of switches with Heating Sub-Contractor.
FIXTURES
A. Furnish one bare tube (single) Fluorescent strip for
overhead mounting in Attendant's area.
B. Furnish two single inexpensive and conventional toilet
room fixtures over lavatory.
C. Furnish one Pull Chain porcelain receptacle for storage
closet.










MECHANICAL AND ALTERNATE # ONE


11-1 WORK INCLUDED

The furnishing of labor and material and equipment and performing the
complete installation of a heating system as called for here and shown
on the plans. This system includes all of the following items:
Boiler complete with gas burner and controls, expansion
tank with trim, circulator pumps and gas vent piping.to chimney.
All duct work
Insulation of duct work and piping
Above and below grade heating hot water piping
Air handling unit complete with filter, heating coil,
fan, drive motor and controls.

The HVAC Contract6r shall furnish and set all controls necessary for the
operation of the system.

NoticesAlternate #1 for deletion of this Section and its requirements.

11-2 CODES

Work, material and equipment shall comply with the latest editions of the
following codes and regulations:
A- ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
B- National Fire Code

11-3 MATERIALS AND INSTALLATION

Heating hot water piping to be type L, soft drawn copper tubing with silver
soldered joints. Underground piping to be enclosed in polyethlyne sleeve.
Gas piping to be black steel encased in tile as required to satisfy local
code requirements.

11-4 DUCT WORK

Construct duct work of fiberglass equal to Owens/Corning Fiberglas 475-FR.
Install in accordance with manufacturers recommendations and 'Duct Manual
and Sheet Metal Construction for Ventilating Systems, Section 1 Low
Velocity Systems, Fourth Edition 1969" (SMACNA).

11-5 BOILER

Provide Hydrotherm Inc. or approved equal packaged cast iron, gas fired
heating hot water boiler, Model "HC". Boilder to be in accordance with
ASME Boiler Code and shall be A.G.A. approved. Boiler shall be complete
with circulator and LS-50 Aquastat circulator control to energize convector
when boiler water temperature reaches 1200F. Provide temperature and pressure
gage as shown.


DIVISION ELEVEN









Gas burner operating controls shall include operating aquastat and high
limit aquastat.
Provide ASME rated relief valve for full boiler capacity, compression tank,
pressure gage, insulated metal jacket draft divertor; and a make-up water
assembly consisting of isolation valve, inlet strainer, check valve and
pressure reducing valve.
Gas burner shall be natural draft with gas pilot flame rectification
safety type, gas solenoid, pilot supply line on-off control valve, gas
pilot manual shutoff cock. Fuel supply shall have an electrically operated
diaphragm valve, manual shutoff cock and gas supply pressure regulator.
The entire assembly shall be A.G.A and Underwriters' Laboratories approved.

11-6 GAS VENT PIPING

Provide "Metalbestos" Type B double wall gas vent piping system or cement
asbestos vent pipe system for gas fired appliances and fittings as re-
quired for a complete installation into chimney and flue liner.
Gas vent piping and the installation shall be in full compliance with the
terms of the Underwriters' Laboratories listing, manufacturer's instruct-
ions, and recognized building codes representing good practice for such
installations.

11-7 REMOTE ROOM AIR CONDITIONING UNITS

Remote room air conditioning units shall be as manufactured by McQuay,
Carrier, Trane, or approved equal, complete with a hot water heating coil.
Units shall also have direct or belt driven fan, fan motor, and filters.
Fan motors shall be capacitor type with built-in thermal overload protect-
ion and three speeds. The cabinet of the unit shall be n ot less than
18 gage furniture steel and the finish shall be gray prime coat.

The inside of the unit shall be completely
thermally and acoustically insulated with at least 1/2' thickness fiber-
glass, neoprene or vinyl film coated to prevent fiber erosion.
Manifold piping of the room air conditioning units shall be done by the
unit manufacturer, but may be shipped separately as a sub-assembly to be
fastened to unit coils in the field. Provide a manually operated tight
shutoff isolation valve (150 psi WP) on inlet to each coil of each unit.
Control valves shall shut off tight against system pressure and shall be
normally open to heating coil. Provide tight shutooff balancing cocks on
outlet from coil to serve as a combination balancing and isolation valve.
Provide return air thermostat with unit on-off switch. Thermostat to have
thermometer on the cover celebrated in degrees Fahrenheit.
Coil shall be copper tubes with aluminum fins. Provide copper or brass
headers for coil. Use of steel headers will not be permitted.

11-8 ALTERNATE NO. 1 (DEDUCTIVE)

Deletion of complete Heating System
BASE BID The Base Bid to be listed in the appropriate space on the









Proposal Form shall constitute the Bidder's Quotation for performing all
work specified and indicated on the drawings.
At the option of the Owner the work included in DIVISION ELEVEN in its
entirety may be deleted from proposed contract and the amount indicated
deducted from the Base Bid Price.

ALTERNATE For the stated sum all Heating including wiring from panel
to Heating Equipment. Heating Boiler, underground lines, fan coil units,
Duct work etc. shall be deleted from the proposed work.
Contractor is advised to carefully review paragraphs regarding Alternates
in the Non-Technical portions of this specification.





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