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Title: Bids "Trade Winds"
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Heritage House, Block 28 Lot 1
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Divider: Block 28 Lot 1 (Heritage House)
Folder: Heritage House, Block 28 Lot 1
 Subjects
Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
1 Aviles Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Heritage House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Wakeman House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 1 Aviles Street
Coordinates: 29.892097 x -81.311584
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Bibliographic ID: UF00094837
Volume ID: VID00010
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: B28-L1

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b. Wi-ttout, '.nacf tc ***arA.


Lefive rear half al first story v to arav mI gardpn
wall


'ontrA^tor tc ret in materials.


2. Buildiiny as -r qncifi.att .ns.














ST. Ai. USTINE HISTORICrI. RESTORATION AND PHiSl VATION COWTISSION


A good and sufficient bond, in the penal sum of 100 per cent of the
estimated amount of the contrnet, with a surety company satisfactory to the
Owner, will be required from all Contractors guaranteeing that the contract
will be faithfully performed; that the Contractor will save the Owner
harmless on account of all claims for damages to persons, property or
premises arising out of his operations prior to the acceptance of the
finished work; and that he will promptly makp payment to all person supply-
ing him labor, materials, supplies and services used directly or in-
directly by the Contractor in the prosecution of the work provided for
in the contract. In the event the s:irety company becomes unsatisfactory
to the Owner it may, in its discretion, require from the Contractor an
additional or new bond in the name or lesser penal sum, satisfactory to
it, and to be conditioned as above required. Upon the Contractor's
failure to furnish such additional or new bond within ten days from the
date of written notice so to do, all payments under this contract will
be withheld until such additional bond is furnished.


LABOR REQIRiMNlITS

The rate of wages for each craft or type of mechanic or laborer,
needed to perform the work, shall not be less than the rate of wages
specified by the Board or Commission empowered to set said rate of wages
that the contreator, employer or subcontractor shall keep, or case to be
kept, an accurate record showing names and occupations of all laborers
and mechanics employed by him and showing the. actual rate of wages per
diem or per hour of each said worker, the correctness of which shall be
sworn to by .him, and said record shall be open to inspection by an
authorized agent of Commission or Board awarding contract.


PERMITS AND LICNFRS

The Contractor shall procure all permits and licenses, and pay all
charges and fees and give all notices necessary to the due and lawful
prosecution of the work.


lAWS TO BX OBSJRiVtD

The Contractor shall observe and comply with all Federal, State and
Local laws, ordinances and reirulations that in any manner affect the conduct
of this work, and the Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the
Owner and all of his officers, agents and employees against any claim or
liability arising from or based upon the violation of such kaw, ordinance
or regulation, whether by himpslf, his employees, or any subcontractor.













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The Contrartr- s atte tson is directed th Section 215.19 of the
Florida Stat,,tes, as mwv ,. relating to rates of wages to be paid by
him on certain nob.ie isr'-vp a wts. These requirements, in general,
are as follrvws:

The rate of wag- for laborers, mechanics and apprentices, if such
apprentices are &jsilxbtl in th# area in which this public work is located,
employed by the Cortractor or any sibcontractor on the work covered by
this contract shall e net leo than the prevailing rate of wages for
similar skills or oasfriirctij nf work in the locale of the work.




All materials, and equipment shall be new and of the first quality,
and all construction ghael be of the first quality and in accordance with
the requiremeta*, pias anmd specification. Any defects which develop with-
in one year after .#t#fjtina| acceptance shall be promptly made good by
the Cntr" *a $!tional Prpenme to the Owner.

Jua j|m e F.ij..ipte a to such defects, the decision of the
afimeer.,Utoer 4e i.. ti antan mad report, shall be final and binding
upon. el parties.



(a) WVorkaM Iip eMsation. The Contractor shall maintain such
insurance as will protect both him and the Owner from claims under Work-
man's Compensation Acts uad from any ether claims for damages for personal
injury including death, which may arise from operations under this con-
tract, whether such operations be by himself or anyone directly or in-
directly employed on the work.

(b) Public Liability and Property Damage. The Contractor shall
maintain during the life of this contract such insurance as shall protect
the Contractor and the Owner, public liability insurance, including
accidental death to any person or persons, and shall also maintain property
damage insurance in the mounts set forth in Special Provisions. The Con-
tractor shall indeonAiy and bold harmless the Owner against any and all
claims for personal injuries and/or property damage as a result of the
ContraCtor's operations and shall carry contractual liability and property
damage insurance to cover each indemnification. The limits of contreatural
coverage shall agree with the limits stated above for Contractor's regular
public liability and property damage coverage. No insuramee shall be taken
out by the contractor with any insurance company until said company has been
approved by the Owner.



Neither the final payment nor any part of the retained percentage
shall become due until the Contractor shall deliver to the Owner a complete
release of all liens arising out of this contract, or receipts in full in
lieu thereof, and an affidavit that so far as he has knowledge or information













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releases Rand receipts include all labor and materials for which a lien could
be filed. If any lien remain unsatisfied after all payments are made, the
Contractor shall refund to Owner all moneys that the latter may be compelled
to pay in discharging such a lien, including all costs and a reasonable
attorney's fee.

FINAL PAYMiNT

Upon completion of the contract the St. Anirustine Historical Restora-
tion anti Preservation Commission shall make make a final inspection and re-
port to the Owner. If this report shows that the work has been done in a
satisfactory manner in accordance with the contract, plans and specifications,
the Owner shall accept the same, and final payment of all retained per-
centages and all other moneys due the Contractor shall be made by the Owner
within 30 dat-' after date of said final report.

Before issuance of final report, the Contractor shall submit evidence
satisfactory to the St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation
Commission that all payrolls, material bills, and other indebtedness
connected with the work have been paid, except that in thae of disputed in-
debtedness or liens, the St. Augustine Hli-torical Hestoration and Preserva-
tion Commisiion may permit the Contractor to submit in lieu of evidence of
payment a surety bond in twice the amount of the disputed indebtedness or
liens, satisfactory to the Owner guaranteeing payment of all such disputed
amounts, including all related costs and interest in connection with said
disputed indebtedness or liens which the Owner may be compelled to pay upon
adjudication.

PARTIAL PAYMENTS

Partial payments will be made monthly based on the amount of work com-
pleted during the preceding month as determined by the St. Augustine
Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission. The Owner will retain
10 per cent of each estimate until finaA acceptance of the work.

GUARANT EE

Acceptance of the construction by the Owner and making of final pay-
ment shall not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for faulty materials
or workmanship, and, unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall remedy
or cause to be remedied at no cost to the Owner any defects occurring in the
work and shall pay for any damage to other work resulting therefrom, which
shall appear within a period of one year from the date of final acceptance.
The Owner shall give notice of observed defects with reasonable promptness.

PitnP!RTY DAMAGE AW, PUBLIC LIAHTLITY

For the purpose of Section 2, of this contract, the contractor shall
maintain, at hiq expense, durinif the life of this contract, public liability
insurance in the amount of at least $100,000.00 for injuries, including
accidental death to any person, antl subject to the same limit to an amount
not less than $200,000.00 on account of one accident. The Contractor shall
maintain during the same period of time, property damage insurance for the
amount of not less than 1,00,(o00.




















tin AuthorityE -


.Jting Authority


N u'ire of Work


Dat,e :


Section 215.19 Florida Sttt, prcvi.s < .;.,8: t'e co' tractor sh-ill pay not less tha n
the rates determinPj by the ,o:..issGio to ;e ;..rIvail;r.g for si mular classiifica,- on o"
work in Whe iarea, ue act. is j minimum w.,- lawi It s r,-q.iurvfrent.t it. )'he cc-.tractor
pay not less t.r.ar. ,.r., r;tes so deter',i.ed press .cses ,.h: 'ca b. Ly; t ,t ne may
pay higher rates.


Craft or occuunation

Carpenters
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Electricians
Painters
Glaziers
Roofers
Terrazzo Workers
Plasterers
Sheet Metal Work.er?
Tile Setters
Ironworkers Structural
Laborers
Masc!.s


Pref-. ailing vi--e
':ate :'or Me^'.inics

2.CC


3.'175
3.00



3.750
3.00
1.25
3 .47


eielderm receive rate o)rf-
scribed for craft per:'cr::m.g
o',.!ra*tior, to erich w-ldine
is in:.idental.


APl..N IPC i, N T C rFL'',E


Craft,


Interval le't 2rnd


Plumbers < 'ime fitters
Electric ar-s
Carpenters

Plasterers
Sheet Metal Workers


3T" I th


6 mos. $ 1.62 1.90 2.G0 2.20 2.31
Year 1.30 2.09 2.2 2.8P8 A.ih
6 Mo.a 1.775-?.31 2.485 2.t, C .8),
2.114
6 Mos. 1.3u l.r0751.6'5 1.hJ^2.0C
6 Moe. 1.73 I..~ 1.')-' .?.2.'" 2.31


5th 6th 7tr


2.h3 2 .51 .66 2.5 .C0

3.02 J.11 3.195

?.17?52.3,5 2.6,
2.502 2.09; 3.06


th )th o10th















DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS


X Proposed Construction

Under Construction



Property Address King street between Aviles arid Charlotte street


Contractor or Builder


1. Describe materials and equipment by entering essential information
as to what your bid covers in each section or claesification of work.

2. Any cost saving suggestions on tnis bid will be gladly received on
this form or on a suplfment form attached.


Concrete Mixture


Foundation

Column

Morter-mix


1. Exoavation:


2. Fouradations:

Columna

Girders:


Waterproof ing:


--- 2~500 ibs at 28 days

--- 3500 lbs at 28 days

-- shall have minmum allowable comi.,-essive
strength of IMOO PSI


(see drawing)

( see drawing)

( see drawing)


concrete plaster-mix inside and out .


Teaite protection:


Soil saturation











3. Chimneya


i. Fireplaces


( none )


( none )


5. Ebcterior Walls


12" concrete block 1 st floor figure usinp a solite block.

8" concrete block 2 nd floor figure using a solite block.


Window Praming

Door Framing


( we will furnih )

( v~ will furnish )


6. Floor Framing

1st floor 4" concrete reinf. 6"x 6" 10/10 W.W. Mash covased
with 2" tabby flooring T white cement & shell
show shell as terrazzo )


2nd floor Sub floor


7. Sub Flooring


- resawn C .1rade or better ( Pine )
- covered with leading felt between
- Finished floor C Orade or better
tongue and groove 30 % 8" wide
or better ( check moisture content )


( see above )


8. Finish Flooring ( see above )


9. Partition Framing


Second Floor same as first floor -
8* concrete block


10. Ceiling framing

11. Roof Framing

1. Pre-Fab Trusses on 2l" centers hurricane clino on both sides.

2. Give bid on conventional roof & rafter framing. ( # 2 Pine )


12. Roofing

1/2 ply-wood covered with 1/A" asbestos board
30# felt
1" x 6" pine runners
Spit cedar shakes shingles stripped with felt between each row of
shingles





13. Lath and Plaster:

Ist floor sailing left natural.- stained

Interior Walls Accum,' ( nlsater-cement ) or Keenes cement

2nd floor ceiling sheet rock taped and sanded 1o invisibility -
sand finish.
teriw Malls -
Stucco,colored trweled firdsh- Salcedo Pink.

14. Painting & Decorating:

Base boards and 1st floor ceiling-stained brown
Trim doors & Windows -stained brown
Stairs, rails 2nd floor Loggia stained brow,
Balcony & all exterior; wood-work stained brown


15. Door and Trim: will furnish


16. Windows; will furnish


17. Cabinets and Interior Detail: ( none )


18, Staift: Two outside stairs part of loggia. ( see design )


19. Special Floor:


20. Plumbing

Water closet New cadet AM ST F 2109
Seats Olsonite
Closet supplied with angle stop

Lavatory 20" x 18" AM ST F 350 New Luoerne
Faucet cold index R 2200

Lavatory supplied with flexible supplies
with angle valve

Urinal Stallbrook F 6400
Flush valve Royal 185 H with R 3303 strainer
Urinal 9en cover 6" F 6l36

1 1/2" water line to meet City Water meter


Standard weight soil waste line -


There are 4 Lavatories, 3 water closets and 2 urinals on each floor

Plumbing Contractor to furnish

1 -1 1/2" City water meter & tap.
1 deposit.
1 4" City Sanitary sewer tap soil waste & vent piping to
be Standard weight cast Iron pipe & fittings.

Waste arms on Lavatory sink to be DW copper pipe, or
lead pipe wiped on to brass ferrules.

Urinal waste to cap to be lead pipe wiped on to brass
ferrule.
Water supply to be DCKESTIC galvanize pipe or type L.
Copper pipe and aough copper fittings.

















H1W~V YU. TI .inUYIWW~' U~nfl ~ ~W ~


Water S qpJ. X Publio

SWmtragp Disposel I FMblio

New* drain

Hoewn M. I Cat iron

WUter Pipiln I 3alvanised Steel


21. HNating a Air crndirtoning & Heating ( This information will
be give( on a separate bid )


22. lectriC Wiring i

Wire don stairs on separate circuit from upstairs,

di"rng: Above grade steel Tubes and TW vire.

Below grade rigid conduit arxntW wire.

30 asp. circuits to each 220 outlet.

Service underground 3/0 THW wire in 2 conduit.

Fuee bK *- 40 circuit breaker nanel with a 200 amp. main.


23. Lighting Fixtures

Exhaust Fan & Light # 8660 Nutone

Lighting fixture will be furnished contractor install

24. Insulation: 6* rock wool or equivalent





















25. Miscellaneous:


26. Hardware:


Porches or Balccnye:


$ft. Balcony on the front. #1 fw


10'-2" Loggia in the back. # ?~~I







This bd must be acoeapanied wi th any and all change or -g.*1it j chases
by the bidder on tnis form or by supplement. attbghd.




Date. COMPANY


SICtNAT' ~


Date.




































This note will establish first floor level of the new building,
The Florida 3tate Building, on King Street between Charlotte and
Aviles streets.







First floor elevation of new structure -,hall be 16' abovs existing
street level at N.E. Corner of. property,







































1, ''recxing c 2.-l

4 3 ]kf, 'A r 7-Ak N /21s>


b, &tnout snDce c i-iro


Leave re;4- half' o firstt s'."ry .'. to -'irPe a.en
wall


3ontrnitor to retail oatertals,


2. Buiildira as er sn














ST. AI.T;USTINE IIISTORIrAL RESTORATION AND PTkSFEVATION COMMISSION


BOND RQJTRIHyr


A good and sufficient bond, in the penal sum of 100 per cent of the
estimated amount of the contract, with a surety company satisfactory to the
Owner, will be required from all Contractors guaranteeing that the contract
will be faithfully performed; that the Contractor will save the Owner
harmless on account of all claims for damages to persons, property or
premises arising out of his operations prior to the acceptance of the
finished work; and that he will promptly make payment to all person supply-
ing him labor, materials, stuplies and services used directly or in-
directly by the Contractor in the prosecution of the work provided for
in the contract. In tne event the sirety company becomes unsatisfactory
to the Owner it may, in its discretion, require from the Contractor an
additional or new bond in the sama or lesser penal sum, satisfactory to
it, and to be conditioned as above required. Upon the Contractor's
failure to furnish stich additional or new bond within ten days from the
date of written notice so to do, all payments under this contract will
be withheld until such additional bond is furnished.


IABOR REQ'IR,~)lJNTS

The rate of wages for each craft or type of mechanic or laborer,
needed to perform the work, shall not be less than the rate of wages
specified by the Board or Commission empowered to set said rate of wages
that the contractor, employer or subcontractor shall keep, or cause to be
kept, an accurate record showing names and occupations of all laborers
and mechanics employed by him and showing the actual rate of wages per
diem or per hour of each said worker, the correctness of which shall be
sworn to by him, and said record shall be open to inspection by an
authorized agent of Commission or Board awarding contract.


PERMITS AND LICFNSFS

The Contractor shall procure all permits and licenses, and pay all
charges and fees and give all notices necessary to the due and lawful
prosecution of the work.


IAWS TO BYE OBSKVWI

The Contractor shall observPe Pnd comply with all Federal, State and
Local laws, ordinances and regulations that in any manner affect the conduct
of this work, and the Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the
Owner and all of his officers, agent and employees against any claim or
liability arising from or based upon the violation of such haw, ordinance
or regulation, whether by himself, his employees, or any subcontractor.













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The Contractor's attention is directed tb Section 215.19 of the
Plorida Statutes, as mended, relating to rates of wages to be paid by
him on certain public improvements. These requirements, in general,
are as follows:

The rate of wages for laborers, mechanics and apprentices, if such
apprentices are available in the area in which this public work is located,
employed by the Contractor or any subcontractor on the work covered by
this contract shall be not less than the prevailing rate of wages for
similar skills or classifications of work in the locale of the work.


G IJARANT MS

All materials, and equipment shall be new and of the first quality,
and all construction shall be of the first quality and in accordance with
the requirements, plans and specification. Any defects which develop with-
in one year after date of final acceptance shall be promptly made good by
the Contractor without any additional expense to the Owner.

In case of any dispute as to such defects, the decision of the
blgineer, after due examination and report, shall be final and binding
upon all parties.

INSURANCE RQITTRE)

(a) Workman's Compensation. The Contractor shall maintain such
insurance as will protect both him and the Owner from claims under Work-
man's Compensation Acts and from any other claims for damages for personal
injury including death, which may arise from operations under this con-
tract, whether such operations be by himself or anyone directly or in-
directly employed on the work.

(b) Public Liability and Property Damage. The Contractor shall
maintain during the life of this contract such insurance as shall protect
the Contractor and the Owner, public liability insurance, including
accidental death to any person or persons, and shall also maintain property
damage insurance in the amounts set forth in Special Provisions. The Con-
tractor shall indeaity and hold harmless the Owner against any and all
claims for personal injuries and/or property damage as a result of the
ContraCtor's operations and shall carry contractual liability and property
damage insurance to cover sn'ch indemnification. The limits of contractural
coverage shall agree with the limits stated above for Contractor's regular
public liability and property damage coverage. No insurance shall be taken
out by the contractor with any insurance company until said company has been
approved by the Owner.

LI S

Neither the final payment nor any part of the retained percentage
shall become due until the Contractor shall deliver to the Owner a complete
release of all liens arising out of this contract, or receipts in full in
lieu theretf, and an affidavit that so far as he has knowledge or information













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releases and receipts include all labor and materials for which a lien could
be filed. If any lien remains unsatisfied after all payments are made, the
Contractor shall refund to Owner all moneys that the latter may be compelled
to pay in discharging such a lien, including all costs and a reasonable
attorney's fee.

FINAL PAYM4INT

Upon completion of the contract the St. Anruistine Historical Restora-
tion and Preservation Commission shall make make a final inspection and re-
port to the Owner. If this report shows that the work has been done in a
satisfactory manner in accordance with the contract, plans and specifications
the Owner shall accept the same, and final payment of all retained per-
centages and all other moneys due the Contractor shall be made by the Owner
within 30 days after date of said final report.

Before issuance of final report, the Contractor shall submit evidence
satisfactory to the St. Augustine Historical Restoration and Preservation
Commission that all payrolls, material hills, and other indebtedness
connected with the work have been paid, except that in tkse of disputed in-
debtedness or liens, the St. Augustine Hi-torical Restoration and Preserva-
tion Commission may permit the Contractor to submit in lieu of evidence of
payment a surety bond in twice the amount of the disputed indebtedness or
liens, satisfactory to the Owner guaranteeing payment of all such disputed
amounts, including all related costs and interest in connection with said
disputed indebtedness or liens which the Owner may be compelled to pay upon
adjudication.

PARTIAL PAYMk NTS

Partial payments will be made monthly based on the mount of work com-
pleted during the preceding month as determined by the St. Augustine
Historical Restoration and Preservation Commission. The Owner will retain
10 per cent of each estimate until finaA acceptance of the work.

GUARANTfEE

Acceptance of the construction by the Owner and making of final pay-
ment shall not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for faulty materials
or workmanship, and, unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall remedy
or cause to be remedied at no cost to the Owner any defects occurring in the
work and shall pay for any damage to other work resulting therefrom, which
shall appear within a period of one year from the date of final acceptance.
The Owner shall give notice of observed defects with reasonable promptness.

PInOPFRTY DAMAGE AND PUBLIC LIABILITY

For the purpose of Section 2, of this contract, the contractor shall
maintain, at his expense, during the life of this contract, public liability
insurance in the amount of at least $100,000.00 for injuries, including
accidental death to any person, and subject to the same limit to an amount
not less than $200,000.00 on account of one accident. The Contractor shall
maintain during the same period of time, property damage insurance for the
amount of not less than $100.000.00.




















*.S21IMLY' OF EVAI LENG -.AGE RT: F*' ''7 : PIIRLIC ;NSTUCLT:1


Contracting Authority


Nature of Work


Date:


Section 215.19 Florida Stattute-s, prcvidies t'e cor.tractor shall pay not less tha n
the rates determined by the o.mission to re .,revail;ng for similar classification of
work in the area, tne act is a minimum w:w,4 laws It s rtquirerent t,-t the co:.tractor
pay not less t.r.an t.ro, rates so determined presu-,pcses the nossibL.ity tiat ne may
pay higher rates.


Craft or Uccuoation

Carpenters
Plumbers & Pipefitters
Electricians
Painters
Glaziers
Roofers
Terrazzo Workers
Plasterers
Sheet Metal WcrkerF
Tile Setters
Ironworkers Strictvral
Laborers
Masc!rs


Prevailing vaie
!;Aite f'or M0echanics
3 .3!


3.15
2. '


3.171
3.00
3.7h5

3.h?7


delderF receive rat.c' re-
scrlbed for craft per:orm:ri.
o'.-ration to erich welding
is incidental.


Craft


Interval let 2nd 3rd


Plumbers & irnet'fitters
Electric ansr
Carpenters

Plasterers
Sheet Metal Workers


6 Mos.
Year
6 Mos.

6 Mos.
6 Moe.


Uth Ath 6th 7th


$ 1.62 1.90 2.0` 2.20 2.31
1,30 2.09 2.2- 1.88 1.2
1.775-2.31 2.8,5 2.6t! .)i,
2.14
1.34 l.rc-?1.6-" 1.,- 2.0.
1.73,' I."? 1.9 '5 2.l" 2.31


2.h3 2. :1 '.66 2..5 3.06

3.02 3.11 3.195

?.17?52.3,5 2.66
2.502 2.609 3.08,


AP P} E'{N*TC 1P I".,,] L' ',E


4,th )th 10th
















DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS


X Proposed Construction

Under Construction


Property Address


King street between Aviles and Charlotte street


Contractor or Builder


1. Describe materials and equipment by entering essential information
as to what your bid covers in each section or classification of work.

2. Any cost saving s'uggesticna on tnls bid will be gladly received on
this form or on a suornlment form attached.


Concrete Mixture


Foundation

Columwi

Morter-mix


1. Excavation:


2. Foundations:

Columns:

Girders:


Waterproofing:


--- 22500 lbs at 28 days

--- 3500 lbs at 28 days

--- shall have 'minrmua allowable coonr essive
strength of l10 PSI


(see drawing)

( see drawing)

( see drawing)


concrete plaster-mix inside and out .


Teonte protection:


Soil saturation












3. Chimneya ( none )


4. Fireplaces ( none )


5. Exterior Walls


12" concrete block 1 st floor figure usinp a solite block.

8" concrete block 2 nd floor figure using a polite block.



Window Framing ( we will f'urnIh )

Door Framing ( we will furnish )


6. Floor Framing

1st floor h" concrete reinf. 6"x 6" 10/10 W.W. ?esh covned
with ?" tabby flooring T white cement & shell g0tv
show shell as terrazzo )

2nd floor Sub floor resawn C Irade or better ( Pine )
covered with deeding felt between
Finished floor C Grade or better
tongue and eroove 83 % 8" wide
or better ( check moisture content )

7. Sub Flooring ( see above )

8. Finish Flooring ( see above )


9. Partition Framing Second Floor same as first floor -
3" concrete block


10. Ceiling framing


11. Roof Framing

1. Pre-Fab Trusses on 24" centers hurricane cline on both sides.

2. Give bid nn conventional roof & rafter framing. ( # 2 Pine )


12. Roofing

1/2 ply-wood covered with lA" asbestos board
30# felt
1" x 6" pine runners
Spit cedar shakes shingles stripped with felt between each row of
shingles





13. Lath and Plaster:

lot floor sailing left natural.- stained

Interior Walls Acciunme ( nlaster-cement ) or Keenes cement

2nd flocr ceiling sheet rock taped and sanded to invisibility -
sand finish.
tRterior Walls -
Stucco,colored troweled finish- Salcedo Pink.

1i. Painting & Decorating:

Base boards and 1st floor ceiling-stained brown
Trim doors & Windows -stained brown
Stairs, rails 2nd floor Loggia stained brown
Balcony & all exterior wood-work stained brown


15. Door and Trim: will furnish


16. Windows will furnish


17. Cabinets and Interior Detail: ( none )


18, Staits: Two outside stairs part of loggia. ( see design )


19. Special Floor:


20. Plumbing

Water closet New cadet AM ST F 2109
Seats Olsonite
Closet supplied with angle stop

Lavatory 20" x 18* AM ST F 350 New Lucerne
Faucet cold index R 2200

Lavatory supplied with flexible supplies
with angle valve

Urinal Stallbrook F 6400
Flush valve Royal 185 H with R 3303 strainer
Urinal ema cover 6" F 6436

1 1/2" water line to meet City Water meter


Standard weight soil waste line -


There are 4 Lavatories, 3 water closets and 2 urinals on each floor

Plumbing Contractor to furnish

1 -1 1/2' City water meter & tap.
1 deposit.
1 *" City Sanitary sewer tap soil waste & vent piping to
be Standard weight cast Iron pipe & fittings.

Waste arms on Lavatory sink to be DW copper pipe, or
lead pipe wiped on to brass ferrules.

Urinal waste to cap to be lead pipe wiped on to brass
ferrule.
Water supply to be DOMESTIC galvanise pipe or type L.
Copper pipe and rough copper fittings.

















Roof vent flashing to be lead nigh boot, Fla. coda.


Water Supply. I Publio

Sisfrage Disposael I Plblic

H0ase drain

Hou seTr I Cast Iron

Water Piping I Galvaniaed Steel


21. Heating : Air Conditioning & Heating ( This information will
be given on a separate bid )



22. Electric Wiring i

Wire down stairs on separate circuit from upstairs.

Wiring: Above grade steel Tubes and TW wire.

Below grade rigid conduit andVTW wire.

30 amp, circuits to each 220 outlet.

Service underground 3/0 THW wire in 2 conduit.

Fuse bao hO circuit breaker panel with a 200 amp. main.



23. Lighting Fixtures:

Exhaust Fan &; Light # 8660 Nutone

Lighting fixture will be furnished contractor install

2h. Insulation: 60 rock wool or equivalent























25. Miscellaneous:


26. Hardware:


Porches or Balccrys:


5ft. Blcory on the front. J. Pine


10'-2" Loggia in the back. # 1 Pine







This bed muet be accompanied with any and all change or suggested changes
by the bidder on this form or by supDlement. attached.




Date. COMPA NY


SIGNATPRE






































This note will establish first floor level of the new building,
The Florida State Building, on King Street between Charlotte and
Aviles streets.







First floor elevation of new structure shall he 16" above existing
street level at N.E. Corner of property.




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