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Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: PROJ: Gov't House - Correction of Fire Code Def. & other imp.
Title: Correction of Fire Code Deficiencies Government House, St. Augustine, Florida
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Title: Correction of Fire Code Deficiencies Government House, St. Augustine, Florida Project No. DOC-8449
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: PROJ: Gov't House - Correction of Fire Code Def. & other imp.
Physical Description: Maintenance record
Language: English
Publication Date: 1985
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Divider: DOC-8449 G.H.-Corrections of Fire Code Def.
Folder: PROJ: Gov't House - Correction of Fire Code Def. & other imp.
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Subject: Saint Augustine (Fla.)
48 King Street (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Government House (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine -- 48 King Street
Coordinates: 29.892465 x -81.313142
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Volume ID: VID00026
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CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS

GOVERNMENT HOUSE, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA


PROJECT NO. DOS-8449

To be constructed for

HISTORIC ST. AUGUSTINE PRESERVATION BOARD


by
State of Florida

DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

Division of Building Construction and Property Management












BOYER & BOYER ARCHITECTS (904) 398-3922

1614 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32207

June 24, 1985
SET NO 3














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) N July 31, 1985


SMr. Nathan Nadler
Project Director H7y
0 ~- Department of General Services
T O Bureau of Construction U 1AU
512 Larson Building
-'z Tallahassee, Florida 32301
-H. S. A. P. B.
C' 0 Re: Plan Review
Correction of Life Safety Violations
Government House
St. Augustine, Florida
C State Project No. DOS-8449

< CN Dear Mr. Nadler:
QCO Enclosed are the two final sets of plans and specifications for
S the referenced project, both signed and sealed. We have also
7 sent a set to Mr. Miron. The project has been advertised and
S a few contractors have picked up sets to date. The comments
O of your letter of July 23 have been incorporated into the
I documents as follows:

T _ DRAWINGS
A. "Cross in a circle" symbol is an exit light and is so
> designated in the upper left corner of Sheet 2.

O B. We do not feel that there should be a light fixture
(") in this location. This is an emergency exit only and
_l we want to keep it as unobstrusive as possible. The
( street lights outside will provide adequate light in case
Sof an emergency at night.

C. We have added this exit light.
I O D. We have called for it to be a steel pipe rail and it is
Further described in the specifications section 05500.
0
E. We have shown the drain tying in at the existing cast
iron leaders shoe as we have no information on where the
-- existing sewer line itself runs. Thickness and construction
Sof block wall have been spelled out in Section B-1.

() F. This partition has steel trussed members embeded in it supporting
Sthe floor which is hung from the roof. While it might
be more open to do away with this wall we feel that it would
be very expensive to do so. We have added an exit light
O with an arrow to make the stair more apparent.

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G. We have spelled out a specific polyurethane caulking
compound "or equal" on the drawings.

H. We have added a 1 x 3 wood trim detail as requested.


I. These are large decorative lag screws to match the
adjacent existing doors. I believe that they are
3/4" diameter shanks, but we have changed the note
to "match existing".

J. We have added the dimensions of the stair at each
run and noted this on the typical section 12/2.

SPECIFICATIONS

K. The title has been changed throughout.

L. The number has been changed throughout.

M. The contractor designation has been amplified.

N. The specific times and amounts have been designated.

O. The number 4.3 has been inserted.

P. The termite specification has been retained as per our
discussion, but we have indicated on Section B-1 the
area of treatment. This is primarily to protect the new
wood door and frame.

Q. As per our conversation we did not include a sealant
specification as we only call for one type of sealant
in one place only, and probably not more than two tubes.
It has been more fully described on the drawings at
Section 1/2 and 2/2.

We are looking forward to receiving bids on this project and
proceeding with the work.

V9 vtru u



David B. Boyer

DBB:pca
Enclosures

























PRECONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE NO. 2 -

Government House, St. Augustine, Florida

DATE: January 15, 1986

LOCATION: Historic St. Augustine preservation Board
Conference Room

TIME: 3:30 p.m.

ATTENDING: David Boyer .................... Boyer & Boyer Architects
Lee Arsenault ............ ..... William Chandler Company
Robert Toten (Superintendent)..William Chandler Company
Robert Steinback ............... Historic St. Augustine
Preservation Board
Hector Miron .................... Historic St. Augustine
preservation Board

The meeting was called to present the Chandler Company's
proposed construction schedule (copy enclosed, also enclosed
is a copy of the schedule of values For the project). The
Contractors are expecting to begin demolition in Areas 2, 3
and 4 on or about January 27 through February 4. They
proposed to hold all work in Area 1 until approximately
February 17 when the wood door is on hand, so that the
demolition and installation of the new door can proceed in an
uninterrupted Fashion. This was acceptable to the Using
Agency. The Contractor expects to begin mobilizing Forces on
the site as of January 20, this coming Monday. He is aware
that it is Martin Luther King Day and that there will be
parades and activity in St. Augustine, including the presence
of the Governor in.the building. They will bring their
trailer and park it in the King Street entrance to the
parking lot, which is at present, not being used as an
entrance. It will be able to be kept clear of the dumpsters
that will be usable. There was a question as to working
around Flagler College's schedule to minimize the noise and
interruption to any activities in the theatre. Mr. Miron
will contact the college and ascertain what their schedule of
use is. The books and work spaces will be protected with a
stud wall and polyethylene Film with a door For access. The
Historic St. Augustine preservation Board will notify their
employees when work is to be scheduled in their areas and
possibly give them time off so that there will be a minimum
of interference. The Contractor noted a potential problem
with telephone equipment. At new door location #10 in Area
#3, there is some telephone conduit and a junction box in
this location. The Contractor was given permission to use
the Freight elevator For transport of demolition and new
construction materials if it proves Feasible For his
purposes. He was also given permission to use the bathroom,
Area #1. IF their use of it is not acceptable, then they
indicated that they can bring in a Port-O-Let. The meeting
adjourned around 4:15.








DEPARTMENT OF GEhENER
CO!


SERVICES CONSTRUCTION DIVISION
.ACT CHANGE ORDER


lStirtutioa Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
Project Correction of Life Safety Violations, Goverment
House, St. Augustine, Florida


Arch/Eng. Boyer & Boyer Architects
TO: (Contractor) William Chandler Company


Change Order No. 1
State Proj. No. DOS-8449
Job No.
Fed. Proj. No.
A/E Job No. 8414C


Your proposal dated February 14. 1986 for making the following changes
1,


has been accepted.


Description of Change (Attach additional sheets if required)

1. Replace the existing wood stud gypsum board wall with
new metal stud framing and 5/8" fire code gypsum board
to provide 1-hr. rating. Install lath and plaster at
cavity in ceiling on each side of the new wall, adjacent
to concrete. Paint all new surfaces to match existing.

2. Area #4: Replace existing wood stud gypsum board wall
surrounding existing door to Auditorium with new metal
stud framing and replace existing wood frame with new
B-label hollow metal frame. Existing door is to be
reused. Paint to match existing.

3. Area #3: Remove existing wood stud gypsum board wall
opposite Door #10 and replace with new metal stud
framing and 5/8" fire code gypsum board to achieve
1-hr. rating. Paint to match existing.

4. Area #3: Add new steel angle to support existing steel
channel, to be cut. Modify existing 1" rigid electrical
conduit to clear new raised ceiling and revise existing
wood catwalk. Relocate existing phone box and install
a 24" x 24" B-label access panel. Remove existing
plywood panels and patch with lath and plaster to
maintain fire rating. Paint all to match existing.

5. Trim back existing 3/4" galvanized water pipe which
protrudes into corridor.


Notice to Proceed Date
January 27. 1Q86


Original Contract Sum
1 n-.A -nn


SDecrease in _1


CONTRACT TIME DAYS Comp Date*
Original Contract Time. 120 5/26/86 Subtotal........... $ 4,263.00
Present Contract Time.. 21 Net (Add)(DNH).. $_ 4,263.00
This Change-Add........ Pres. Contract Sum. $65.048.00
New Contract Time...... 5/26/86 New Contract Sum... _693.11.00


This Change Order is an amendment to the Contract Agreement between Contractor and the Owner,
and all contract provisions shall apply unless specifically exempted. The amount and time
change designated are the maximnn greed to by both the Owner and the Contractor for this
change. In consideration of the foregoing adjustments in contract time and contract sum the
Contractor hereby releases Owner from all claims, demands, or causes of action arising out
of the transactions, events and occurrences giving rise to this Change Order. This written
Change Order is the entire agreement between Owner and Contractor with respect to this Change


Order. No other agreements or modifications shall apply to this contract amendment unless
expressly provided herein. This Change Order represents final agency action pursuant to
Section 120.57, Florida Statutes (1978). AGREED


Date


Director, Div Bldg Con & Prop Mgt


o /ntr ec

'Thh ngi rii


Date


Date


"5Zbstaantal Completion Date

5CC6 revised 9/19/79
9/19/79


Page 1 cf 1


Increase in

$ 550.00





$ 1,018.00





$ 387.00




$ 1,630.00








$ 122.00

$ 3,707.00
+15% 0+P-556.00


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I


Change Order No. 1
State Project No. DOS-8449
Project is 20 % ahead of schedule.
Project is _% behind schedule.
Project is on schedule. l
Project is % complete.

Change initiated by: Institution_, A/E X User Agency DGS _

JUSTIFICATION Supply a complete justification for this work in a clear and concise
summary statement. Refer to items of change as necessary.

Several concealed and unexpected items were found; such as, additional wood framed
partitions, a wood door frame for a rated door, additional framing needed to support
the raised ceiling in Item #4, relocation of existing conduit, catwalk and telephone
connections.











ORIGINAL CONTRACT Why was this condition not covered in the Original Contract Document ?


These conditions were not covered in the original contract documents because they were
concealed items and thus not apparent.







RESPONSIBILITY Who is responsible for this Change Order being necessary ?


A/E is responsible for this Change Order being initiated, due to unforeseen
conditions.




PAYMENT If Additive, who is going to pay for the change ?


The Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board has indicated that
funds to pay for the change.


they have the

-N -


EFFECT ON PROJECT Operation, Maintenance, Space and Project Size.


None





EXPLANATION OR COST BREAKDOWN Attach a detailed explanation or cost breakdown of
labor and material for each item.

Architect/Engineer hereby certifies that no costs are included for corrective work made
necessary by error or fault attributable to Architect or Engineer.


Signature

David B. Boyer, AIA, Partner
Typed.Name

Boyer & Boyer Architects
P 1 rm2

Page 2 of 2


Revised 4/12/84


.i. *\ J L LZ# -
DIVISION OF- LDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERi A_ MANAGEMENT
CON'ri\CT CHANGE ORDER JUSTIFICATION FORM

THE FOLLOWING IS A STATEMENT BY THil' ARCIITECT/ENGINEER:
















Wm CHANDLER COMPANY


General Contractor

February 21, 1986


Boyer & Boyer Architects
1614 Mayfair Road.
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
ATIN: Dave Boyer

RE: Project DOS-8449
Correction of Life Safety Violations
Government House

A Change Order is requested, in the amount of $4,263.00 for the following work:

Item #1 Area 4, wall and ceiling at door 12.
Replace existing wood stud/gypsum board wall with new metal stud framing
and 5/8" fire code gypsum board. Install lath and plaster at cavity in
ceiling on each side of new wall adjacent, to provide 1 hour fire rating.
Paint all new surfaces to match existing.

Materials $172.00
Labor 378.00
Total $550.00

Item #2 Area 4, existing wall and door leading to auditorium.
Replace existing wood stud/gypsum board wall with new metal stud framing
and 5/8" fire code gypsum board, Replace existing wood frame with new
"B Label" hollow metal frame. Re-use existing "B Label" wood door and
existing panic hardware. Paint wall, door, and frame to match existing..

,Materials $308.00
Labor 710.00
Total $1,018.00

Item #3 Area 3, existing wall between hallway and library.
Extend dust partition and replace existing wood stud/gypsum board wall
with new metal stud framing and 5/8" fire code gypsum board. Paint to
match existing.

Materials $104.00
Labor 283.00
Total $387.00





1936 HAMILTON STREET JACKSONVILLE, FL 32210 (904) 387-4000






















Dave Boyer
February 21, 1986
Page Two


Item #4 Area 3, hidden conditions where beam is to be cut and ceiling raised.
Prior to cutting existing "C" channel supporting ceiling, install new
4"X6"X5/16"X10" angle, span to adjacent "C" channels and connect using
bolted connections. Re-work existing 1" rigid electrical conduit to clear
new raised ceiling. Re-work existing cat walk in attic to clear new
raised ceiling. Re-work existing phone box and install a 24"X24" "B
Label" access panel with keyed lock. Remove existing plywood panels on
wall and patch with lath and plaster, paint to match existing.

Materials $ 471.00
Labor 1,159.00
Total $1,630.00

Item #5 Area 2, where existing 3/4" galv. water pipe protrudes into reworked
area, turn off water and drain as required, remove valve and elbow,
shorten pipe, re-thread and cap (do not exceed 2" from wall) turn
water on again.

Materials $ 20.09
Labor 102.06
Total $ 122.00

Total of Items 1 through 5 $3,707.00
General Contractors Overhead and Profit (15%) 556.00

Total amount of Change Order $4,263.00

In view of the amount of time required for the processing of this Change Order
Request, and the proximity of our anticipated completion date of March 7, 1986
(as illustrated in our project schedule), we hereby request that you make every,
effort to expidite this Change Order Request so as not to incur additional
charges due to remobilizing to the site.



Sincerely yours,



Lee Arsenault
Project Manager
LA/dlo

























IMPORTANT NOTICE


October 29, 1984


ALL BIDDERS ON THIS PROJECT MUST PREQUALIFY ACCORDING

TO THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION B, "INSTRUCTIONS TO

BIDDERS", ARTICLE B-2. EVIDENCE OF ELIGIBILITY MUST BE

SUBMITTED TO THE OWNER (DEFINED IN ARTICLE B-1) NOT

LATER THAN FIVE (5) CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO BID DATE.























TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT

I. BIDDING CONDITIONS PAGE

SECTION A ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS AND

INVITATION TO BID FORMS ................ 1

SECTION B INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS ................. 4

B-1 SPECIFICATION TERMINOLOGY ........ 4

B-2 QUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS......... 5

B-3 FAMILIARITY WITH LAWS ............ 6

B-4 FLORIDA PRODUCTS AND LABOR....... 6

B-5 TAXES ............................ 6

B-6 PROGRESS PAYMENTS................ 7

B-7 BIDDING DOCUMENTS................ 7

B-8 ALTERNATES.................. ...... 8

B-9 ADDENDA.......................... 8

B-10 INTERPRETATION OF BIDDING
DOCUMENTS............................. 8

B-1l EXAMINATION OF BIDDING
DOCUMENTS AND SITE OF WORK....... 8

B-12 BASIS FOR BIDDING-TRADE NAMES.... 9

B-13 BID GUAFP NTEE..................... 9

B-14 SURETY COMPANIES ACCEPTABLE TO
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES...10

B-15 LISTING OF SUBCONTRACTORS........ 11

B-16 PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION
OF BIDS ........................... 11

B-17 BID MODIFICATION.................12

B-18 WITHDRAWAL OF BIDS ............... 12

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SECTION C

SECTION D

II. CONTRACT

SECTION E


PAGE

B-19 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS ...... 12

B-20 RECEIPT AND OPENING OF BIDS......13

B-21 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDS .........13

B-22 REJECTION OF BIDS ................ 13

B-23 BID PROTEST........................13

B-24 CONTRACT AWARD ...................14

B-25 NOTICE TO SECURE UTILITY
CONNECTION PERMITS
NOTICE TO PROCEED TO MOBILIZE ON
SITE AND TO PROCEED WITH
CONSTRUCTION
TIME OF COMPLETION AND
LIQUIDATED DPMAGES...............14

B-26 APPRENTICES ......................16

B-27 PERMITS ..........................16

PROPOSAL FORM...........................18

LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS FORM............21

AL CONDITIONS

- INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTORS.............22

E-1 PERFORMANCE BOND AND LABOR AND
MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND ............22

E-2 EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT
AND BONDS.........................22

E-3 CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE ...........23

E-4 PROGRESS SCHEDULE FOR PROJECTS
WITH CONSTRUCTION COST BELOW
$5,000,000.00 ....................26

E-5 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND
REQUIREMENTS FOR OVERTIME WORK
FOR PROJECTS WITH CONSTRUCTION
COSTS IN EXCESS OF
$5,000,000.00 ....................28

E-6 VERIFICATION OF OWNER'S
SURVEY DATA ......................30


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SECTION F -


TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTINUED
PAGE

E-7 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES ..........30

E-8 PROJECT DRAWINGS COPIES
FURNISHED TO CONTRACTORS..........31

E-9 PROJECT DRAWINGS-CHANGES..........31

E-10 THRESHOLD BUILDINGS SHORING
AND RESHORING PLANS AND
STRUCTURAL INSPECTION
NOTIFICATION .....................31

E-11 SHOP DRAWINGS ...................32

E-12 REFERENCE TO A.S.T.M. OR
FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS ...........34

E-13 MANUFACTURER'S SPECIFICATIONS ....34

E-14 APPROVAL OF MATERIALS ............34

E-15 SUBSTITUTIONS ....................34

E-16 CONSTRUCTION CLIMATE CONTROL......35

E-17 AS-BUILT DRAWINGS................35

E-18 GUARANTEES AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS .....................36

E-19 CLEANING .........................38

E-20 FINAL PAYMENT ....................38

MODIFICATIONS AND ADDITIONS
TO AIA GENERAL CONDITIONS................39

F-1 INCLUSION OF AIA
DOCUMENT A-201 ...................39

F-2 SCOPE ............................39

F-3 ARTICLE 2, ARCHITECT .............39

F-4 ARTICLE 3, OWNER .................40

F-5 ARTICLE 4, CONTRACTOR.............40


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SECTION G -






















SECTION H -


PAGE

F-6 ARTICLE 5, SUBCONTRACTORS.........40

F-7 ARTICLE 6, WORK BY OWNER OR BY
SEPARATE CONTRACTOR ..............40

F-8 ARTICLE 7, MISCELLANEOUS
PROVISION ........................41

F-9 ARTICLE 8, TIME................... 42

F-10 ARTICLE 9, PAYMENTS AND
COMPLETION .......................42

F-ll ARTICLE 11, INSURANCE ............42

F-12 ARTICLE 12, CHANGES IN THE WORK..43

SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS .......44

G-1 CHANGES IN THE WORK ..............44

G-2 PROGRESS PAYMENTS ................ 46

G-3 EXCLUSION OF OWNER FROM
LIABILITY............... ..........47

G-4 DUTIES OF ARCHITECT-ENGINEER'S
REPRESENTATIVE..... ..............47

G-5 DUTIES OF OWNER'S STATE
CONSTRUCTION REPRESENTATIVE ......50

G-6 PROHIBITED MATERIALS ASBESTOS..53

SCHEDULE OF CONTRACT VALUES FORM....... 54

SPECIAL CONDITIONS .....................55

H-1 WATER ................................55

H-2 ELECTRICITY ..........................55

H-3 INITIAL-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE .......55

H-4 TELEPHONE REPORTS.....................55

H-5 SITE SECURITY......................... 55

H-5 BIDDER's ACCESS TO THE SITE...........55

H-7 SCHEDULING OF 'i'ORK....................55

H-8 PROTECTION............................56

H-9 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS.................56























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H-10

H-11

H-12

H-1 3

H-14


SECTION

SECTION


SECTION K


SECTION

SECTION


SECTION

SECTION


N

O


PAGE
REMOVAL OF DEBHIS............................56

CONSTRUCTION SITE MAINTENANCE................56

AS-BUILT DRAWINGS......................... ... 57

CONDITION SURVEY...............................57

INCLUSION OF ARTICLES 15,16 AND 17...........57

PAGE 58 OMITTED


- ASSIGNMENT FORM.........................59

- FORM OF AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER
AND CONTRACTOR FOR CONSTRUCTION.........60

- FORM OF PERFORMANCE BOND AND
LABOR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND ........71

- CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE FORM..........75

- CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL
COMPLETION..............................77

- CERTIFICATE OF CONTRACT COMPLETION.....78

- INVOICE FOR INDEMNIFICATION RIDER
PRESCRIBED IN SECTION E-3 OF
CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT..................80


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TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTINUED


III. TECHNICAL CONDITIONS


SECTION 01010


SECTION

SECTION

SECTION

SECTION

SECTION

_SECTION

SECTION

SECTION

SECTION


02060

03010

04200

05500

08100

09200

09250

09900

16010


- SUMMARY, ALTERNATES & MISC. ............ 2

- BUILDING DEMOLITION .................. 2

- CONCRETE WORK .......................... 6

- UNIT MASONRY ............................ 4

- METAL FABRICATIONS....................... 5

- DOORS AND FRAMES........................ 5

- LATH STUDS AND PLASTER.................. 6

- GYPSUM DRYWALL......................... 2

- PAINTING................................ 4

- ELECTRICAL ............................. 6


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CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS


01
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 02
03
PROPOSALS ARE REQUESTED FROM QUALIFIED Generl/Ri ilding 04
CONTRACTORS BY THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL 05
SERVICES DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY 06
MANAGEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 07
08
09
PROJECT: Correction of Life SRfetv Violt.jons, Government House, 10
11
St. Augustine, Florida NO. DOS 8449 12
13
FOR: Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board .. 14
15
PREQUALIFICATION: All bidders must submit prequalificat\on data 16
of their eligibility to submit proposals five (5) calendar days 17
prior to the bid opening date if not previously qualified by the 18
Division for the current biennium (July 1 thru June 30) of odd 19
number years. 20
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Sealed bids will be received, publicly opened and read aloud on: 22
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DATE AND TIME: August 20 19 85 Until 2:00PM local time 24
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PLACE: Conference Roon. Historic St. Auaustinp Prpervatinn R nr 26
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48 King Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084 28
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PROPOSAL: Bids must be submitted in full accordance with the 30
requirements of the Drawings, Specifications, Bidding Conditions 31
and Contractual Conditions, which may be examined and obtained 32
from the: 33
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ARCHITECT-ENGINEER: Boyer and Boyer Architects 35
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1614 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville TELEPHONE: (904) 398-3922 37
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CONTRACT AWARD: The recommendation for contract award will be 39
posted in Room 512, Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida. The 40
contract will be awarded by the Executive Director, Department of 41
General Services. 42
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B & B ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS


June 24,1985















SC\1 INVITATION TO BID
CN
GC TO: name
CO ) address
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Sj 0 As a General /Building Contractor you are invited to
-you
CO bid to the:

STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES,
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY
0 (0 MANAGEMENT,

O for the construction of:

SN CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS, GOVERNMENT HOUSE, ST.
CKN AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA, State of Florida Project No. DOS 8449, for
CO) the Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board.

o PREQUALIFICATION: All bidders must submit
prequalification data of their eligibility to submit
S proposals five (5) calendar days prior to the bid
O opening date if not previously qualified by the
SDivision for the current biennium (July 1, 1983
Ul- through June 30, 1985).

GD Sealed bids will be received, publicly opened and read
O ~ aloud on:
-> Tuesday, August 20, 1985 at 2:00 p.m.
C
O at: Conference Room, Government House
UO Historic St. Augustine Preservation Board
48 King Street, St. Augustine, FL 32084
O
S0 PROPOSAL: Bids must be submitted in full in
> accordance with the requirements of the Drawings,
Specifications, Bidding Conditions and Contractural
Conditions, which may be examined and obtained from
O the Architect:

0 O Boyer & Boyer Architects, 1614 Mayfair Road,
Jacksonville, Florida 32207. Telephone: (904)398-3922

DEPOSIT: $25.00 per set of Drawings and Specifications
S is required with a limit of two (2) sets per General
) Contractor, Prime Bidder, and one set per Mechanical
S Sub-Contractor and/or Electrical Sub-Contractor. The
deposit shall only be returned to those General
Contractors, Prime Bidders, Mechanical Sub-Contractors
and Electrical Sub-Contractors, who after having
S examined the Drawings and Specifications:
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.a. Submit a request for pre-qualification and
fail to qualify;

or

b. Submit a bid (In the case of Mechanical and
Electrical Subcontractor: submission of a bid
to a prime bidder.);

and

c. Return the Drawings and Specifications in
good condition within fifteen (15) days of
the date of receipt of the bids.

Full or partial sets of drawings may be purchased by
payment of the printing and handling costs at the rate
of $5.00 per set or $2.50 per plan sheet.
Specifications may be purchased by payment of $20.00
per complete specifications.

Very truly yours,







Mary-Louise Boyer

BOYER & BOYER ARCHITECTS
1614 Mayfair Road
Jacksonville, Florida 32207
Telephone: (904)398-3922






















SECTION B
INSTRUCTION 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 OR ENGINEER):
The Design Professional commissioned by the Owner and
identified in the Advertisement for Bids acting directly or
through a duly authorized representative.

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

BIDDER:
Any individual, firm, partnership or corporation submitting
a proposal for the work contemplated.

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

PROPOSAL:
A bid for the work contemplated, which the Bidder shall
submit on approved forms.

DRAWINGS:
The drawings or reproductions thereof pertaining to the work
to be performed and which have been prepared under the
supervision of the Architect-Engineer.

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




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AGREEMENT:
"Agreement" shall mean the document entitled "Form of
Agreement Between Owner and Contractor for Construction of
State Project No. DOS 8449 ".

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


B-2 QUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS

Prequalification

In order to be eligible to submit a proposal, a Bidder must
present, or have presented within the current biennium (July
1 through June 30) odd number years, evidence that:

1. He is authorized to perform the work required by
these documents in accordance with the applicable
provisions of Florida Statutes governing
contractors, as a General/Building
contractor.



2. If the Bidder is a corporation, he must submit
evidence that the corporation is properly
registered with the State of Florida, Department
of State, Division of Corporations, and holds a
current State Corporation Charter Number in
accordance with the Florida Statutes.

All interested firms who have NOT qualified within the
current biennial (July 1 thru June 30) odd number years must
submit evidence of their eligibility during the bidding
period, no later than five (5) calendar days (received date)
prior to the bid date. The Owner may, for good cause, allow
a firm to correct any deficiencies in evidence submitted.

The bid of any firm that is determined by the Owner to be
ineligible because of failure to provide proper evidence of
the minimum requirements, will not be accepted.

Notice of qualification will be mailed to each bidder, but a
Bidder may not receive the written notification prior to bid
opening. He may learn his status prior to bid opening time
by calling the Owner (Bureau of Construction) at (904)
488-5885.

The Bidder shall submit the required evidence of eligibility
to the Department of General Services, Division of Building
Construction and Property Management, 512 Larson Building,
Tallahassee, Florida 32301.



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All information shall indicate the full name, address and
telephone number of the individual, partnership, or
corporation, and the name of the contact person. Include a
self-addressed stamped envelope.

The names of all bidders will be checked against the list of
contractors who have prequalified in accordance with the
requirements of Article B-2. Any bid from a contractor
found not to have complied with the requirements for
prequalification will be rejected.

BID QUALIFICATION

In order to be eligible, a Bidder must submit evidence of
his ability to provide the necessary Performance Bond and
Labor and Material Payment Bond for the project by providing
a Letter of Intent from a Surety Company authorized to
practice in the State of Florida by the Department of
Insurance, and meeting the quality rating required by
Article B-14 of these specifications. This Letter of Intent
must be submitted to the Owner within two (2) State working
days following the time of bid opening. Evidence of
insurance coverage in effect, equal to or e: Ceeding the
limits required by Article E-3 of these specifications, must
be submitted prior to entering into contract for the work.


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 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-5 TAXES

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 State-owned buildings will
not be exempted from the Sales Tax on these materials as
evidenced by the following excerpt from the Florida
Statutes:






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"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 completed improvement.

Federal Tax on Transportation of Property.

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 Contractor
the necessary Federal Excise Tax Exemption Certificate
upon. receipt of a copy of the supplier's invoice
showing the item or items, the net price, and Federal
Excise Tax separately.

The Bidder shall take these factors into consideration in
preparing his proposal, including therein the cost of the
State Sales and Use Tax on materials, but excluding the cost
of those taxes not applicable.


B-6 PROGRESS PAYMENTS

Based upon Application for Payment submitted to the
Architect-Engineer by the Contractor and Certificates for
Payment issued by the Architect-Engineer, the Owner shall
make monthly progress payments to the Contractor as provided
in the Agreement.


B-7 BIDDING DOCUMENTS

Drawings, Specifications and Informational Documents
furnished to the Bidder for his use in preparing a bid for
the work involved in the project comprise the Bidding
Documents.






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B-8 ALTERNATES

If the Owner wishes to learn the relative or additional
construction cost of an alternative method of construction,
an alternative use of type of material or an increase or
decrease in scope of the project, these items will be
defined as alternates and will be specifically described by
the drawings and/or the specifications. Alternates will be
listed in the Proposal form in such a manner that the Bidder
shall be able to clearly indicate what sums he will add to
(or deduct from) his Base Bid.


B-9 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 issuance of written Addenda to the
Bidding Documents which will be delivered or mailed to all
prospective Bidders.


B-10 INTERPRETATION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS

No interpretation of the meaning of the Drawings,
Specifications or other Bidding Documents and no correction
of any apparent ambiguity, inconsistency or error therein
will be made to any Bidder orally. Every request for such
interpretation or correction should be in writing, addressed
to the Architect-Engineer. All such interpretations and
supplemental instruction 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 information concerning, or to explain or
interpret the Bidding Documents.


B-ll 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 themselves with the nature and extent of the
work and any local conditions that may in any manner affect
the work to be performed 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
the work.

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B-12 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 if, in the opinion of the
Architect-Engineer, same is equivalent in quality and
workmanship and will perform satisfactorily its intended
purpose.


B-13 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 forty (40) 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 and Labor and Material Payment Bond will be
given; and that in the event of the withdrawal of said bond
within said period, or failure to enter into said Agreement
and give said bonds 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 the Performance Bond and Labor
and Material Payment Bond have been approved by the Owner.
If the required Agreement and Bonds have not been executed
within (40) 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 from-the Surety Company issuing the Bond.


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B-14 SURETY COMPANIES ACCEPTABLE TO DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL
SERVICES

To be acceptable to the Department of General Services as
Surety for Bid Bonds, Performance Bonds and Labor and
Material 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 have at least, the following
minimum ratings:

(a)
*
POLICY REQUIRED
HOLDER'S FINANCIAL
CONTRACT AMOUNT RATING RATING

0 to 100,000 B Class VII
100,000 to 500,000 A Class VIII
500,000 to 750,000 A Class IX
750,000 to 1,000,000 A Class X
1,000,000 to 1,250,000 A Class XI
1,250,000 to 1,500,000 A Class XI
1,500,000 to 2,000,000 A Class XII
2,000,000 to 2,500,000 A Class XII
2,500,000 or more A Class XII

*From Best's Key Rating Guide.

(b) Best's Policy Holder's Rating of "A" and "B"
(which signifies A = Excellent, and B = Good,
based upon good underwriting, economic management,
adequate reserves for undisclosed liabilities, net
resources for unusual stock and sound investment)
or an equivalent rating from the Insurance
Commissioner if not rated by Best's.

4. The Surety Company shall not expose itself to any loss
on any one risk in an amount exceeding ten (10) percent
of its surplus to policyholders, provided:

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

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(b) In the case of a surety insurance company, in
addition to the deduction for reinsurance, the
amount assumed by any co-surety, the value of any
security deposited, pledged or held subject to the
consent of the surety and for the protection of
the surety shall be deducted.


B-15 LISTING OF SUBCONTRACTORS

In order that the Owner may be assured that only qualified
and competent sub-contractors will be employed on the
project, each Bidder shall submit with his proposal a list
of the sub-contractors 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 success-
fully 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 sub-contractor shall be listed for each
phase of the work.

The Owner reserves the right to reject the bid of any
contractor who lists a sub-contractor not certified and/or
registered by the State to perform the work of his trade if
such certification or registration is required for the trade
by Florida Laws.

After public opening and reading of proposals, the listing
of sub-contractors 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 sub-contractors,
before or after the award of a contract, unless agreed to in
writing by the Owner.

B-16 PREPARATION AND SUBMISSION OF BIDS

Each Bidder shall copy the proposal form on his own letter
head, 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 erasures,
alterations, items not called for or irregularities of any
kind may be rejected by the Owner.

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

After the bid is opened should the Owner request.same,
each bidder shall submit a list of and brief
description of similar work satisfactorily completed
with location, date of contracts, together with names
and addresses of Owners.

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.


B-17 BID MODIFICATION

Bid modification will be accepted from Bidders, if addressed
as indicated in Advertisement for Bids and if received prior
.to the opening of bids. No bid modification will be
accepted after the close of bidding has been announced.
Modifications may be telegrams or in other written or
printed form. Modifications shall be submitted in separate
sealed envelopes or may be written or printed on the outside
of the sealed bid envelope. All bid modifications must be
signed by an authorized Representative of the Bidder.
Modification will be read by Owner or Architect-Engineer
prior to opening formal bids.


B-18 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 withdrawal of the bid after it has been
opened.


B-19 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS

More than one bid from an individual, firm, partnership,
corporation or association under the same or different names
will not be considered. 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.


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B-20 RECEIPT AND OPENING OF BIDS


Bids will be opened publicly at the time and place stated in
the Bidding Documents. 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-21 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.

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-22 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 the Owner
determines is not in a position to perform the Contract and
to negotiate the contract in accordance with its Rule
13D-11.09 if the low qualified bid exceeds, the project
construction budget.


B-23 BID PROTEST

Any qualified bidder disputing the contract .award
recommendation must file with the Executive Director of the
Department of General Services, 133 Larson Building,
Tallahassee, Florida 32301:

(1) Written notice of protest within seventy-two (72) hours
after receipt of the notice of award recommendation.

(2) A formal written protest by petition in compliance with
Rule 13-4.12., Florida Administrative Code, within ten
(10) days after the date on which he filed the notice
of protest.

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Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed in
Section 120.53 (5), Florida Statutes shall constitute a
waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes.
Either failure to file a notice of protest or failure to
file a petition shall constitute such waiver.


B-24 CONTRACT AWARD

The Contract will be awarded by the Executive Director,
Department of General Services, as soon as possible to the
lowest qualified bidder provided his bid is responsible and
it is in the best interest of the Owner to accept it.

The lowest qualified bidder will be: that bidder who has
submitted the lowest price for the base bid or the base bid
plus additive alternates or less deductive alternates, taken
in numerical order listed in the bid documents in an amount
determined by the Department. The order of the alternates
may be accepted by the Department in any sequence so long as
such acceptance does not alter the designation of the low
bidder.

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

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.

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 NOTICE TO SECURE UTILITY CONNECTION PERMITS
NOTICE TO PROCEED TO MOBILIZE ON SITE
AND TO PROCEED WITH CONSTRUCTION
TIME OF COMPLETION AND LIQUIDATED DAMAGES

The contract will be issued to the Contractor after it is
signed. At that time the Contractor will be given a notice
to secure all required connection permits and pay all all
required connection fees from all agencies supplying
utilities to the project. The Contractor shall not secure
any other permits except as provided herein.


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The Contractor is allowed sixty (60) days from the time of
this notice to secure those required connection permits, if
such permits must be issued before construction can start.
If additional time is required, the Contractor will request
approval of a time extension for good cause for the purpose
of obtaining any permit required prior to commencing
construction on the site.

Upon securing all required connection permits, the
Contractor shall notify the Architect-Engineer and the
Owner. The Notice to Proceed to mobilize on site and to
proceed with construction will then be issued by the Owner.

The work to be performed under this contract .shall be
commenced within ten (10) calendar days after date of Notice
to Proceed to mobilize on site and to proceed with
construction, shall be substantially completed within
120 calendar days after receipt of this Notice to
Proceed, and shall be finally completed within 30
calendar days after the date of substantial completion.

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 Owner as liquidated damages for
such delay, and not as a penalty
dollars $ 75 In
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
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 of liquidated damages for delay shall in no
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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 portions thereof as the said retained
balance will cover.


B-26 APPRENTICES

If the contractor employs apprentices on the project, the
behavior of the contractor and the owner shall .be governed
by the provisions of Chapter 446, Florida Statutes, and by
applicable standards and policies governing apprentice
programs and agreements established by the Division of Labor
of the State of Florida Department of Labor and Employment
Security. The contractor will include a provision similar
to the foregoing sentence in each subcontract.


B-27 PERMITS


For the purpose of
as follows:

Building Permit-




Plumbing Permit-


this contract, permits will be identified


A general permit for the inspection of
the entire project covering all parts of
the building and structure for the
inspection thereof.

A special Trade Permit specifically for
the inspection of the plumbing systems
and fixtures of the building or
facility.


Other Internal
Systems Permits-



Electrical Permit-


Any Special
inspection
system.


Trade Permit for the
of a specific building


A special Trade Permit specifically for
the inspection of the electrical systems
and fixtures of the building or
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Connection Permits
or Fees- Any permit or fee for the connection of
a building system such as, but not
limited to, the sewerage, plumbing
system, storm drainage system and the
electrical system to an external system.

In the case of plumbing, electrical, and other internal
system permits and connection permits or fees, the
Contractor, is obligated to obtain such-permits and pay such
fees where connecting to a utility system.

The Contractor shall determine the permits and fees required
by any entity having jurisdiction over any part of the
project and shall include the cost of all such permits in
his bid proposal.

Unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Owner and
Contractor, the Notice to Proceed will be issued to mobilize
and to proceed with construction as provided in Article
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SECTION C
PROPOSAL FORM

DATE:
TIME:

TO: State of Florida
Department of General Services
Division of Building Construction
and Property Management








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, an other Contract Documents with the Bond Requirements
therein, proposes to furnish all labor, materials, equipment and
other items, facilities, and services for the proper execution
and completion of
Correction of Life Safety Violations Government House, St. Augu
stine, Florida, Project No. DOS8449, in full accordance with the
drawings and specifications prepared by the firm of
Boyer & Boyer Architects, 1614 Mayfair Road, Jacksonville, Florida
32207, in full accordance with the advertisement for bids,
Instruction to Bidders, Agreement and all other documents
relating thereto on file in the office of the Architect-Engineer
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 Add $
Work consists of Item 4 on the drawings to provide West exit
from Auditorium and related work on Southwest stairwell.

Alternate No. 2 Add $
Work consists of providing Emergency Light System as shown
in the drawings.

Alternate No. 3 Add $
Work consists of Item 5 on the drawings to construct
partitions in second floor Mechanical Room.

















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) per cent 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 forty (40) 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 forty (40) calendar days.

b. In the event the contract is awarded to this Bidder, he will
enter into a formal written Agreement with the Owner in
accordance with the accepted bid within ten (10) calendar
days after said contract is submitted to him and will
furnish to the Owner a Contract Performance Bond and a
Labor and Material Payment 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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SECTION D
LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS FORM


LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORS


(To be submitted on the Bidder's letterhead, placed in a
sealed envelope and attached to Contractor's proposal.)


DATE:

This list is attached to, and is an integral part of the bid
submitted by: (Bidder to insert his gull name and address)

For the Construction of: (Architect-Engineer to insert Title
of Project, Location & State Project Number)

The undersigned, hereinafter called "Bidder", lists below
the names of the sub-contractors who will perform the phases
of the work indicated:


SUBCONTRACT


NAME AND ADDRESS OF SUBCONTRACTOR


4.

5.

(Architect-Engineer, with Project Director's approval, shall
insert applicable subcontract designations HVAC, Plumbing,
Electrical, and Roofing any other designation requires the
written approval of the Administrator of Project Development.)











By
(Signature)


October 29, 1984




















SECTION E
INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTORS

E-l PERFORMANCE BOND AND LABOR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND

The Contractor shall furnish the Owner with a 100%
Performance Bond and 100% Labor and Material 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 Residen.t Agent. Form of bond shall be
as prescribed in these specifications.

The cost of the Performance Bond and Labor and Material
Payment Bond shall be borne by the Contractor. The Bonds
shall be accompanied by a duly authenticated or certified
document, in duplicate, evidencing that the person executing
the Bonds on 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 shall be dated the same date as the
Bonds and the Bonds shall be dated the same date as the
Agreement.

E-2 EXECUTION OF AGREEMENT AND BONDS

AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR:

The Contractor shall execute all required forms of the
agreement and return within ten (10) days of their receipt.
Failure to return all forms correctly executed within ten
(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 the Bid Deposit or at the Owner's option, for the
deduction on a day for day basis from the time allotted for
completion of the work under Article B-25.

If the Contractor is 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
individual or sole proprietor.

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






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If the Contractor is 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 section of the by-laws of the
corporation authorizing the Board of Directors to designate
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 BOND AND LABOR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND:

These bonds 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 commence any work in connection
with this Agreement until he has obtained all of the
following types of insurance and such insurance has been
approved by the Owner, nor shall the Contractor allow any
sub-contractor to commence work on his subcontract until all
similar insurance required of the sub-contractor has been so
obtained and approved. All insurance policies shall be with
insurers qualified and doing business in Florida through an
authorized licensed Florida Resident Agent.

Worker's Compensation Insurance:

The Contractor shall take out and maintain during the life
of this Agreement, Worker'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 sub-contractor similarly to provide Worker'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 Worker's compensation law. In case any class
of employees engaged in hazardous work under this contract
at the site of the project is not protected under the
Worker's Compensation statute, the Contractor shall
provide, and cause each subcontractor to provide, adequate
insurance, satisfactory to the Owner, for the protection of
his employees not otherwise protected.

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Contractor's Public Liability and Property Damage Insurance:

The Contractor shall take out and maintain during the life
of this Agreement .COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY AND
COMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE as shall
protect him from claims for damage for personal injury,
including accidental death, as well as claims for property
damages which may arise from operating under this Agreement
whether such operations are by himself or by anyone directly
or indirectly employed by him, and the amount of such
insurance shall be the minimum limits as follows:


(1) CONTRACTOR'S COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL $300,000.00
LIABILITY COVERAGES, BODILY INJURY Each Occurrence,
& PROPERTY DAMAGE Combined Single
Limit

(2) AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY $100,000.00
COVERAGES, BODILY INJURY Each Occurrence,
& PROPERTY DAMAGE Combined Single
Limit

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

Sub-contractor'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 sub-contractors in his policy, as specified
above.

Owner's and Contractor's Protective Liability Insurance:

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

BODILY INJURY LIABILITY & $300,000.00 Each Occurrence,
PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITY Combined Single
Limit

"XCU" (Explosion, Collapse, Underground Damage):

The Contractor's Liability Policy shall provide "XCU"
coverage for those classifications in which they are
applicable.


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Broad Form Property Damage Coverage, Products & Comoleted
Operations Coverages:

The Contractor's Liability Policy shall include Broad Form
Property Damage Coverage, Products and Completed Operations
Coverages.

Contractual Liability-Work Contracts:

The Contractor's Liability Policy shall include Contractual
Liability Coverage designed to protect the Contractor for
contractual liabilities assumed by the Contractor in the
performance of this Contract.

Indemnification Rider:

The Contractor's Liability Policy shall provide a "Hold
Harmless" rider to cover the provisions of Article 4.18 of
the referenced AIA General Conditions and this shall be so
noted on the Contractor's Certificate of Insurance. Article
4.18 of the referenced AIA General Conditions is hereby
revised to include the following statement.

The Contractor shall invoice both the Owner and the
Architect-Engineer for ten dollars ($10.00) upon notice that
he has been awarded the contract on the forms shown in
Section 0 hereinafter. Said ten dollars ($10.00) from the
Owner and the Architect-Engineer is given in exchange for
the Contractor giving the Owner and the Architect-Engineer
the indemnification provided above in accord with Article
4.18 of the AIA General Conditions which form a part of the
Contract Documents.

Builder's Risk Coverage:

The Contractor shall secure and maintain during the life of
this Contract a "Builder's Risk Policy", All Risks Form, and
issued on a completed valued basis. Installation Floaters
and other Inland Marine Forms may be utilized where
applicable and are in the best interest of the- State of
Florida.

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

Certificates of Insurance:

Certificate of Insurance Forms (see Section L, page 74) will
be furnished by the Owner with contract docu-ments., These
shall be completed, signed by the authorized licensed
Resident Agent and returned to the office of the Bureau of
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(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, and its termination date.

(2) Statment that the Insured will mail notice to the
Owner and a copy to the Architect-Engineer at
least thirty (30) days prior to any material
changes in provisions or cancellation of the
policy.

LOSS DEDUCTIBLE CLAUSE:

The State of Florida shall be exempt from, and in no way
liable for, any sums of money which may represent a
deductible in any insurance policy. The payment of such
deductible shall be the sole responsibility of the General
Contractor and/or Sub-Contractor providing such insurance.


E-4 PROGRESS SCHEDULE FOR PROJECTS WITH CONSTRUCTION
COST BELOW $5,000,000.00

Within thirty (30) days after the date of the Owner's
issuance of a Notice to Proceed, the Contractor shall
prepare and submit to the Architect-Engineer a construction
schedule in quadruplicate graphically depicting the
activities contemplated to occur as a necessary incident to
performance of the work required to complete the Project,
showing the sequence in which the Contractor proposes for
each such activity to occur and the duration (dates of
commencement and completion, respectively) of each such
activity.

At least once each month, the Architect-Engineer shall
determine whether the construction schedule developed and
submitted by the Contractor meets the requirements stated
above and whether the progress of the work complies with the
Contractor's schedule. Failure of the Contractor to develop
and submit a construction schedule as aforesaid shall be
sufficient grounds for the Architect-Engineer to find the
Contractor in substantial default and certify to the Owner
that sufficient cause exists to terminate the contract or to
withhold any payment.

Following development and submittal of the construction
schedule as aforesaid, the Contractor shall, at the end of
each calendar month occurring thereafter during the period
of time required to finally complete the subject project, or
at such earlier, intervals as circumstances may require,
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actual progress of the work performed and the occurrence of
all events which have affected the progress of performance
of the work already performed or will affect the progress-of
performance of the work yet to be performed in contrast with
the planned progress of performance of such work, as
depicted on the original construction schedule and all
updates and/or revisions thereto as reflected in the updated
and/or revised construction schedule last submitted prior to
submittal of each such monthly update and revision. Each
such update and/or revision to the construction schedule
shall be submitted to the Architect-Engineer in duplicate.
Failure of the Contractor to update, revise and submit the
Construction Schedule as aforesaid shall be sufficient
grounds for the Architect-Engineer to find the Contractor in
substantial default and certify to the Owner that sufficient
cause exists to terminate the Contract or to withhold
payment to the Contractor until a schedule or schedule
update acceptable to the Architect-Engineer is submitted.

The Contractor shall have the option of scheduling a
substantial completion date occurring earlier than the date
established by the Contract Documents for substantial
completion; provided, however, in such event, such earlier
substantial completion date will be recognized by the Owner
only as a matter of convenience to the Contractor and shall
not change the date for substantial completion established
by the Contract Documents or be otherwise binding on the
Owner or anyone under the Owner's control; and provided
further, however, in such event, should events occur during
performance of the work necessary to complete the subject
project which would justify the granting to the Contractor
of an extension of the Contract Time pursuant to the
provisions of Article 8 of the AIA General Conditions which
form a part of the Contract Documents, the Contractor shall
be entitled to receive only such an extension of Contract
Time as is determined by the Architect-Engineer to be due
the Contractor as follows:

a. In the event the currently approved Contractor's
schedule indicates completion ahead of the
contractually established date for substantial
completion, the time extension to the contract
shall only be determined, when the total time
directly affecting the critical path of the
schedule is added to the end date of the schedule
thereby making a new end date beyond the
contractual completion date, as the time between
the contractual completion date and the new
schedule end date.


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b. In the event the currently approved Contractor's
schedule indicates completion at or after the
contractually established date for substantial
completion, the time extension shall only be added
to the contractually established date for
substantial completion and shall be determined by
the Architect-Engineer as the portion of delay
time directly affecting the critical path of the
current approved contract schedule.


E-5 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND REQUIREMENTS FOR OVERTIME
WORK FOR PROJECTS WITH CONSTRUCTION COSTS IN EXCESS
OF $5,000,000.00

Within thirty (30) days after the date of the Owner's
issuance of a Notice to Proceed, the Contractor shall
prepare and submit to the Architect-Engineer a construction
schedule in quadruplicate graphically depicting the
activities contemplated to occur as a necessary incident to
performance of the work required to complete the project,
showing the sequence in which the Contractor proposes
for each such activity to occur and the duration (dates of
commencement and completion, respectively) of each such
activity. An example of an acceptable form of such a
construction schedule is contained in Appendix I of the
Corps of Engineers' Regulation ER 1-1-11 entitled "Network
Analysis System", a copy of which is available to the
Contractor from the Architect-Engineer, upon request.
Another form of construction schedule which provides the
same kind of information and employs the same basic
principles as "illustrated in' Appendix I of the Corps of
Engineers' Regulation ER 1-1-11 will be acceptable to the
Owner if used by the Contractor; provided, however, that the
Architect-Engineer shall determine whether the construction
schedule developed and submitted by the Contractor meets the
requirements stated above and such determination shall be
binding on the Contractor. Failure of the Contractor to
develop and submit a construction schedule as aforesaid
shall be sufficient grounds for the Architect-Engineer to
find the Contractor in substantial default and certify to
the Owner that sufficient cause exists to terminate the
contract or to withhold any payment.

Following development and submittal of the construction
schedule as aforesaid, the Contractor shall, at the end of
each calendar month occurring thereafter during the period
of time required to finally complete the subject project, or
at such earlier intervals as circumstances may require,
update and/or revise the construction schedule to show the
actual progress of the work performed and the occurrence of


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all events which have affected the progress of performance
of the work already performed or will affect the progress of
the performance of the work yet to be performed in contrast
with the planned progress of performance of such work, as
depicted on the original construction schedule and all
updates and/or revisions thereto as reflected in the updated
and/or revised construction schedule last submitted prior to
submittal of each such monthly update and revision.- Each
such update and/or revision to the construction schedule
shall be submitted to the Architect-Engineer in duplicate.
Failure of the Contractor to update, revise, and submit the
construction schedule as aforesaid shall be sufficient
grounds for the Architect-Engineer to find the Contractor in
substantial default and certify to the Owner that sufficient
cause exists to terminate the Contract or to withhold
payment to the Contractor until a schedule or schedule
update acceptable to the Architect-Engineer is submitted.

The Contractor shall have the option of scheduling a
substantial completion date occurring earlier than the date
established by the Contract Documents for substantial
completion; provided, however, in such event, such earlier
substantial completion date will be recognized by the Owner
only as a matter of convenience to the Contractor and shall
not change the date for substantial completion established
by the Contract Documents or be otherwise binding on the
Owner or anyone under the Owner's control; and provided
further, however, in such event, should events occur during
performance of the work necessary to complete the subject
project which would justify the granting to the Contractor
of an extension of the Contract Time pursuant to the
provisions of Article 8 of the AIA General Conditions which
form a part of the Contract Documents, the Contractor shall
be entitled to receive only such an extension of Contract
time as is determined by the Architect-Engineer to be due
the Contractor as follows:

a. In the event the currently approved Contractor's
schedule indicates completion ahead of the
contractually established date for substantial
completion, the time extension to the contract
shall only be determined, when the total time
directly affecting the critical path of the
schedule is added to the end date of the schedule
thereby making a new end date beyond the
contractual completion date, as the time between
the contractual completion date and the new
schedule end date.




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b. In the event the currently approved contractor's
schedule indicates completion at or after the
contractually established date for substantial
completion, the time extension shall only be added
to the contractually established date for
substantial completion and shall be determined by
the Architect-Engineer as the portion of delay
time directly affecting the critical path of the
current approved contract schedule.


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 omissions in the
survey data, he shall immediately notify the
Architect-Engineer in order that proper adjustments can be
anticipated and ordered. Commencement by the Contractor 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 inaccuracies of the said survey data.


E-7 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES

Sanitary Provisions:

The Contractor shall provide and maintain 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:

The Contractor shall meet all safety requirements of the
National Electric Code, Florida Department of Commerce,
Bureau of Worker's Compensation or local requirements. In
addition, all wire shall be so sized that it is not over-
loaded 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.


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Where temporary lighting is used, outlet shall consist of
weatherproof socket 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
(number shall be established by Architect-Engineer) 10
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.


E-9 PROJECT DRAWINGS-CHANGES

The Contractor shall immediately indicate plainly and
conspicuously 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 THRESHOLD BUILDINGS SHORING AND RESHORING PLANS
AND STRUCTURAL INSPECTION NOTIFICATION

For threshold buildings as defined in Section 553.71(6),
Florida Statutes, the Contractor shall provide to the Bureau
of Construction two sets of shoring and reshoring plans
applicable to the construction of the structural elements of
this project. All revisions to the plans shall also be
provided.

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Additionally, the Contractor shall provide the same data to
the "Special Inspector" as determined by the Owner.

For threshold buildings, the Owner will provide a "Special
Inspector" who will inspect all structural work in
accordance with an "Inspector Plan" provided by others and
who will also inspect the shoring and reshoring construction
for conformance to the shoring and reshoring plans.

The Contractor shall r.otify the Special Inspector no less
than twenty-four (24) hours in advance to permit structural
inspections by him before the work is covered up., These
inspections shall occur at times indicated in the Inspection
Plan and at any other time as necessary to ensure
conformance to the contract documents.


E-ll SHOP DRAWINGS

Shop drawings shall be submitted for manufactured or
fabricated 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 requirements) 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
Contractor, the prima facie evidence of which shall be a
"checked" stamp marked "Approved", or "Approved as Noted" on
each copy of each shop drawing, placed thereon by the
Contractor. Shop drawings received without the Contractor's

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"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:

1) Approved as drawn.
2) Approved as noted.
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 sub-contractor or supplier and
the name of pertinent manufacturer.

4) Schedule date of delivery of pertinent items to
the project.


The sub-contractors for all phases of the Contract shall
submit through the General Contractor complete brochures
covering all materials and/or equipment proposed for use in
the execution 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 or 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 work; and the Owner, at his
discretion, may withhold progress payments until such time
as these requirements are fully satisfied.

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E-12 REFERENCE TO A.S.T.M. OR FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS

Where reference is made to the Standard Specifications of
the American Society for Testing and Materials (A.S.T.M.):
"United State 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
effective as of the date bids are opened by the Owner,
unless otherwise expressly provided in the Contract
Documents."


E-13 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 gauges, details of
manufacture, finish, etc., shall be in accordance with his
standard practice, direction or specifications. The
Contractor shall be responsible for any infringement of
patents, royalties, or copyrights, v.hich may be incurred
thereby.


E-14 APPROVAL OF MATERIALS

A list of all materials, equipment, etc., together with
manufacturer's drawings and catalog information shall be
submitted to the Architect-Engineer for approval prior to
ordering material or equipment but not later than_
days after receipt of Notice to Proceed to moblize on site
and proceed with construction. Information submitted shall
show the capacity, operating conditions and all engineering
data and descriptive information necessary for comparison
and to enable the Architect-Engineer to determine whether
same meets specifications. The Architect-Engineer's
approval will not relieve the Contractor of 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.


E-15 SUBSTITUTIONS

Substitutions for' a specified system, product or material
may be requested of the Architect-Engineer and the

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Architect-Engineer's written approval must be obtained
before substitutions will be allowed. All requests for
substitutions should be submitted within forty-five (45)
days after award of Contract. Substitutions requested after
this date may receive no consideration.

In making requests for substitutions the Contractor shall
list the particular system, product, or material he wishes
to substitute, 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-16 CONSTRUCTION CLIMATE CONTROL

It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to provide
at his expense, the power, fuel and equipment necessary to
maintain climatic conditions and humidity when specified',
required for work in progress, or required to protect
materials, finishes, equipment or systems installed until
the acceptance of the project by the Owner.


E-17 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
sub-contractors to record on their field sets of drawings
the exact locations, as installed, of all conduit, pipe and
duct lines whether concealed or exposed which were not
installed exactly as shown on the contract drawings.

With reference to electrical work the exact routing of
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. Sepia 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
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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 sub-contractors shall also show their changes on the
same sheets. Each sheet shall bear the date and name of the
sub-contractors submitting the drawings.

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 referenced by
using the original bench mark used for the institution or
for this project. The sepia line prints including those
unchanged and changed shall be submitted to the
Architect-Engineer when completed, together with two sets of
blue-line or black-line prints for certification and
forwarding to the Using Agency, at the time of final
completion.


E-18 GUARANTEES AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

All work performed by the Contractor in completing the
subject project shall be guaranteed by the Contractor
against all defects resulting from the use of materials,
equipment and workmanship for a period of one year from the
date of Substantial Completion of the subject project.

If, within any guarantee period, repairs or changes are
required in connection with the guarantee work, which in the
opinion of the Architect-Engineer is rendered necessary as a
result of the use of materials, equipment or workmanship
which are defective 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 condition in every particular all
of such guaranteed work, correct all defects therein;
and

Make good all damages to the structure or site or
equipment or contents thereof, which, in the opinion of
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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 receipt of any 'such written notice,
fails within seventy-two (72) hours to commence at the job
site with performance of the work necessary to remedy all
defects in the work described in such notice so as to
provide the Owner with the subject project completed in
accordance with all requirements 'of the Contract Documents,
or fails to complete the performance of such remedial work
within a reasonable time after commencing same, the Owner
shall be entitled to have such defective work remedied on
the account of the Contractor and his Surety, in which
event, the Contractor and his Surety shall be fully liable
for all costs and expenses reasonably incurred by the Owner
in having such defective work remedied.

The Contractor shall be responsible for collecting,
identifying, indexing, and collating the following materials
from the sub-contractors, and will deliver four copies of
the finished document to the Architect-Engineer for checking
of correctness.

Complete equipment diagrams, operating instructions,
maintenance manuals, parts lists, wiring diagrams,
pneumatic and/or electrical control diagrams, test and
balance reports, inspection reports, guarantees 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 equipment and control systems.


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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-19 CLEANING

Entire area within scope of this work shall be completely
cleaned, including all window glass, hardware, plumbing
fixtures, electrical 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-20 FINAL PAYMENT

Final payment shall be made*to the Contractor as provided by
the Agreement. (Also see Article G-2 PROGRESS PAYMENTS.)

The Contractor's application for final payment shall be
accompanied by the following form:

(1)' A completed and notarized Certificate Contract
Completion.
(2) A completed and notarized consent of Surety to
Final Payment (AIA G707).
(3) A written guarantee on Contractor's Letterhead.
























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SECTION F
MODIFICATIONS AND ADDITIONS TO AIA GENERAL CONDITIONS


F-1 INCLUSION OF AIA DOCUMENT A-201

The General Conditions of the Contract for Construction,
American Institute of Architects Document A-201, dated
August 1976, as modified in Section "F", shall apply to and
form a part of this Section as if written in full herein.


F-2 SCOPE

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


F-3 ARTICLE 2, ARCHITECT

Article 2.1.1 Delete in its entirety and add the
following: "The Architect-Engineer is the design
professional identified in the Owner-Contractor Agreement.
Throughout the contract documents, the Architect-Engineer is
referred to as if singular in number and masculine in
gender. The terms Architect and Architect-Engineer mean the
Architect-Engineer or his authorized representative."

Article 2.2.5 Add the following: "The authorized
representatives and agents of the Architect-Engineer, Owner,
and the 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
permitted to inspect all, work, materials, payrolls, records
of personnel, invoices of materials, other relevant data and
records wherever they are in preparation and progress. The
Contractor shall provide proper facilities for such access,
inspections and, when required, exact duplicate copies of
the aforementioned data shall be furnished."

Article 2.2.9 Delete in its entirety.

Article 2.2.10 Delete end of last sentence: "and will not
be liable for the result of any interpretation or decision
rendered in good faith in such capacity".

Article 2.2.12 Delete in its entirety.

Article 2.2.17 Delete last sentence and add the following:
"The duties, responsibilities and limitations of authority
of any such Project Representative shall be as set forth in
the Contract Documents."


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Article 2.2.19 Delete the last sentence: "Any dispute in
connection with such appointment shall be subject to
arbitration."

F-4 ARTICLE 3, OWNER

Article 3.2.1 Delete in its entirety.


F-5 ARTICLE 4, CONTRACTOR

Article 4.3.2 Add the following: "Should the
Architect-Engineer find any persons) employed on the
project incompetent, unfit or otherwise objectionable for
his duties and so certify the facts to the Contractor, the
Contractor shall immediately cause the employee to be
dismissed and said employee shall not be re-employed on this
project without written consent of the Architect-Engineer."

Article 4.8.1 Add the following: "If directed 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."

Article 4.10.1 Delete in its entirety and substitute: See
Section E, Instructions To Contractors, Articles E-4 and E-5
for progress scheduling.

Article 4.14.1 Add the following: "All cutting and
patching work shall blend in and be plumb and square. The
quality of materials used shall be the same or surpass those
used in the adjacent existing construction."


F-6 ARTICLE 5, SUBCONTRACTORS

Article 5.2.1 Add the following: "The Contractor shall
not remove or replace subcontractors listed in his bid
subsequent to the lists being made public at the bid
opening, except upon good cause shown and only when approved
in writing by the Owner."


F-7 ARTICLE 6, WORK BY OWNER OR BY SEPARATE CONTRACTOR

Article 6.2.5 Fifth line delete: "...sues or initiates an
arbitration...", and insert, "...sues, makes a claim or
initiates a legal..."


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F-8 ARTICLE 7, MISCELLANEOUS PROVISION


Article 7.4, Claims for Damages, 7.4.1' Delete in their
entirety.

Article 7.7.1 Delete last sentence: "Unless otherwise
provided, the Owner shall bear all cost of other
inspections, tests, or approvals" and add; "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
required 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
specifications for materials, methods or
equipment, the Contractor shall pay the cost of
initial tests to prove qualities and determine
conformance with specification requirements, e.g.,
mill tests on cement and steel; load testing of
piling; seive analysis and colorimetric tests on
sand; strength tests for determining proportions
of materials or 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 requirements
are satisfied;
(3) If materials of workmanship are used which fail to
meet specification requirements the Contractor
shall pay the costs 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,
including but not limited to; power, fuel, and
equipment and systems for proper operation such as
plumbing, heating ventilation, air conditioning,
electrical, elevator, dumbwaiters and conveyors,
etc.

Testing Costs Borne By The Owner

All other tests performed at the direction of the
Architect-Engineer or the Owner shall be paid for by the
Owner, except to the extent that the cost of performing such
tests are otherwise chargeable to the Contractor under
provisions of the Contract Documents.

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Article 7.8.1 Delete in its entirety and add: "See
Paragraph 8.4.4 of the Agreement."

Article .7.9, Arbitration, 7.9.1, 7.9.2 and 7.9.3 Delete in
their entirety.


F-9 ARTICLE 8, TIME

Article 8.1.3 Add "...as expressed in the Contract
Documents."

Article 8.3.4 Delete in its entirety.


F-10 ARTICLE 9, PAYMENTS AND COMPLETION

Article 9.7.1 Sixth line, delete the following: "...or
awarded by arbitration." Delete the last sentence in its
entirety.


F-ll ARTICLE 11, INSURANCE

Articles 11.2 through 11.4 Delete in their entirety and
insert in their place:

Article 11.2.1, Owner's Liability Insurance The Contractor
shall be responsible for purchasing and maintaining an
Owner's Protective Liability Insurance Policy with minimum
limits as described in, "Instructions to Contractors".

Article 11.3.1, Property Insurance The Contractor shall
purchase and maintain property insurance upon the entire
work at the site of the full insurable value thereof.

Article 11.3.2 Any insured loss is to be adjusted with the
Owner and made payable to the Owner as trustee for the
insureds, as their interests may appear.

Article 11.3.3 If the Contractor requests in writing that
insurance for special hazards be included in the property
insurance policy, the Owner shall, if possible, include such
insurance, and the cost thereof shall be charged to the
Contractor by appropriate change order.

Article 11.3.4 The Owner and Contractor waive all rights
against each other for damages caused by fire or other
perils to the extent covered by insurance provided under
this Paragraph 11.3, except such rights as they may have to
the proceeds of such insurance held by the Owner as trustee.
The Contractor shall require similar waivers by
subcontractors and sub-subcontractors.

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Article 11.3.5 If required in writing by any party in
interest, the Owner as trustee shall, upon the occurrence of
an insured loss, give bond for the proper performance of his
duties. He shall deposit in a separate account any money so
received, and he shall distribute it in accordance with such
agreement as the parties in interest may reach. If after
such loss no special agreement is made, replacement of
damaged work shall be covered by an appropriate change
order.

Article 11.3.6 The Owner as trustee shall have power to
adjust and settle any loss with the insurers.

Article 11.3.7 If the Owner finds it necessary to occupy
or use a portion or portions of the work prior to
Substantial Completion thereof, such occupancy shall not
commence prior to a time mutually agreed to by the Owner and
Contractor and to which the insurance company or companies
providing the property insurance once have consented -by
endorsement to the policy or policies. This insurance shall
not be cancelled or lapsed on account of such partial
occupancy. Consent of the Contractor and the insurance
company or companies to such occupancy or use shall not be
unreasonably withheld.

Article 11.4.1, Loss of Use Insurance The Owner, at his
option, may purchase and maintain such insurance as will
insure him against loss of use of his property due to fire
or other hazards, however caused.


F-12 ARTICLE 12, CHANGES IN THE WORK

Article 12.1.4 starting at line fourteen, delete the
following: "Unless otherwise provided in the Contract
Documents, cost shall be limited to the following: cost of
labor, including social security, old age and unemployment
insurance, and fringe benefits required by agreement or
custom; worker's or workmen's compensation insurance; bond
premiums; rental value of equipment and machinery; and the
additional cost of supervision and field office personnel
directly attributable to the change."

Article 12.3.1 ninth line, delete the following: "If the
Owner and the Contractor cannot agree on the amount of the
adjustment in the contract sum, it shall be determined by
the Architect."



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SECTION G
SUPPLEMENTARY GENERAL CONDITIONS


G-l CHANGES IN THE WORK

During the course of the Contractor's performance of the
work necessary to complete the subject Project, certain
events may occur which have the effect of changing the
conditions under which the work is to be performed as
specified and described in the Bidding-Documents, and/or the
nature and extent of the work as specified and described in
the Bidding Documents. The occurrence of such events may
cause the Contractor to incur greater or less cost and
expense to perform the work required to complete the subject
Project than planned to be incurred in the Contractor's
successful bid, in which event the Contractor or the Owner
shall respectively be entitled to either .an increase or
decrease in the Contract Sum, whichever is the case, to the
the extent such greater or less. cost and expense results,
and in which event the party entitled to the benefit of any
such adjustment to the Contract Sum shall, within twenty
(20) days from the first occurrence of such eventss,
present written demand therefore on the other party through
tae Architect-Engineer. Should the Contractor and Owner be
unable to settle and dispose of such demand within thirty
(30) days from the date any sdch claim is presented, upon
terms and conditions mutually agreeable to the Contractor
and the Owner, then such demand shall be referred to the
Architect-Engineer for determination, which determination
shall be final and binding upon the Contractor and the
Owner, unless appealed in accordance with applicable
provisions of the Contract Documents, and if the
Architect-Engineer, upon considering any such demand,
determines that the Contract Sum should be increased or
decreased, the Architect-Engineer's determination of the
amount of any such increase or decrease in the Contract Sum
shall be governed and controlled by strict adherence to the
following described guidelines and limitations, and neither
the Contractor nor the Owner shall be entitled to receive
any monetary consideration beyond that which is authorized
hereinbelow.

All adjustments to the Contract Sum resulting from a
change in the work shall be determined by the measure
of actual, or estimated as the case may be,
out-of-pocket costs and expenses incurred or spared by
the Contractor for labor, materials, equipment, and
equipment rental, plus overhead and profit thereon, for
performing the changed work.


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(1) Labor costs shall. be inclusive of all job site
cost for estimation, laying out, mechanics' wages
and laborers' wages, together with all payroll
taxes, payroll assessments, and insurance premiums
paid for such labor.

(2) All material costs, equipment costs and equipment
rental costs shall be trade discount rates, plus
State Sales Tax, where applicable.

(3) Overhead and profit shall be inclusive of all
project management, project administration,
supervision, project coordination, project
scheduling and other administrative support
functions and services, whether performed on the
job site or off the job site and general support
equipment. Overhead and profit shall be
determined as follows:

a. Overhead and profit shall be calculated at
the rate of 15% of the Contractor's labor,
material, equipment and equipment rental
costs, incurred or 'spared, as measured under
the preceding paragraphs for changes in the
work performed by the officers, employees or
subsidiaries of the Contractor.

b. Overhead and profit shall be calculated at
the rate of 7 1/2% of the Contractor's
sub-contractors' actual labor, material,
equipment and equipment rental costs,
incurred or spared, as measured under the
preceding paragraphs, plus 15% of all such
costs, as overhead and profit to the
Contractor's subcontractors, for all changes
in the work performed by the officers,
employees or subsidiaries of the Contractor's
sub-contractors'.

(4) In addition to the foregoing, all adjustments to
the Contract Sum resulting from a change in the
work shall include all out-of-pocket expenses,
incurred or spared, in performing the changes in
the work for:

a. paying the premiums required to obtain
Performance Bonds and Labor and Material
Payment Bonds called for by the Contract
Documents;


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b. paying the fee(s) required for licenses or
permits called for by changes in the work;

c. paying for delivery of materials or equipment
to the job site;

d. paying for storage of materials or equipment
before use thereof in performing changes in
the work, and

e. paying for testing required by the changes in
the work.

(5) In the event Contractor demands an adjustment in
the Contract Sum, such demand shall be accompanied
by paid receipts or other such written evidence
satisfactory to the Owner itemizing the costs and
expenses incurred as a result of the events)
constituting the changes in the work.


G-2 PROGRESS PAYMENTS

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 schedule of Contract Values as described below.

The Contractor shall, within ten days from date of
Agreement, 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 Applications
for Payment and shall indicate the value of suitably stored
material as well as labor performed and materials
incorporated into the work for each subdivision of the
schedule during the period for which the requisition is
prepared.


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The suggested (partial) Schedule of Contract Values form
shown on page 54 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.


G-3 EXCLUSION OF OWNER FROM LIABILITY

Notwithstanding any other provision of the Contract
Documents, should the Contractor sustain loss or be damaged
by act or omission of a separate Contractor, the Owner shall
not be liable for any such loss or damage and the Contractor
shall not be entitled to obtain any monetary relief from the
Owner to compensate for any such loss or damage, but shall
be limited to such recovery as is otherwise available at law
from persons and/or entities other than the Owner.


G-4 DUTIES OF THE ARCHITECT-ENGINEER'S REPRESENTATIVE
(If one is authorized by the Owner)

A. The Duties of the Architect-Engineer's
Representatives) shall include but not be limited to
the following:

1. Assist the Contractor(s) in obtaining interpre-
tation of the Contract Documents from the
Architect-Engineer.

2. Conduct daily on-site observations for determining
conformance to the Contract Documents in regard to
work, materials, equipment, etc.

3. Request additional details and/or information from
the Architect-Engineer when needed by the
Contractorss.

4. Evaluate suggestions and/or modifications
submitted by the Contractor(s) and transmit these
to the Architect-Engineer with recommendations.

5. Anticipate problems which may create delays and
problems in construction and report these to the
Contractor(s) and Architect-Engineer for solution.

6. Maintain official relationship only with the
General Contractor Job Superintendent(s) and
communicate problems to him regardless of which
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7. Attend all required construction conferences and
participate actively in discussions of the
project.

8. When authorized by the Architect-Engineer conduct
tests and inspections as required By the Contract
Documents and record results of such tests and
inspections.

9. Maintain a daily log of project activity including
but not limited to: hours on the job site, weather
conditions, daily construction activity, number of
men in each trade on the site, general
observations, written and verbal directives to
Contractor(s) and visits of governmental
officials.

10. If, upon inspections or observations, work is
found not to be in accordance with Contract
Documents, advise the Architect-Engineer verbally
and in writing. Consult with the
Architect-Engineer for further directions if C.he
Contractor does not correct work as directed
by the Architect-Engineer.

11. Check that tests and inspections to be performed
by others, in addition to those performed by
Architect-Engineer's Representatives and/or the
Architect-Engineer, are actually performed, in
accordance with the Contract Documents.

12. When requested, accompany all State, Federal
officials on inspections of construction and
record the inspection in the log.

13. Cooperate with (DGS) Project Directors or
Inspectors and provide them with all requested
information about the project.

14. Maintain in an orderly manner, files of
correspondence, reports of job conferences, shop
drawings and samples, copies of contract
documents, change orders, addenda, supplementary
drawings, and job log.

15. Review requisitions for payment submitted by
Contractor(s) and transmit to the
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16. Participate in the inspections of construction
with the Architect-Engineer and Project Director
(DGS) at regular intervals and at Substantial
Completion and provide Architect-Engineer with
information as to work which is not complete,
defective, or not in accordance with Contract
Documents.

17. Refer all communications from Using Agency to the
Project Director (DGS) and to the
Architect-Engineer.

18. Copy Project Director (DGS) on all correspondence
related to the project.

19. Review plans, specifications and shop drawings on
a regular basis. Be alert to errors and omissions
on the Contract Documents and construction
problems before they occur and advise the
Architect-Engineer when discovered.

20. Advise Contractor and Architect-Engineer of work
being performed with unapproved shop drawings or
without shop drawings when such shop drawings are
required by specifications.

21. Check materials and equipment delivered to the job
site against specifications, approved samples,
shop drawings and related correspondence. If in
conflict, advise Contractor and/or
Architect-Engineer.

22. Check that Contractor(s) are maintaining record
notated drawings of As-Built conditions, when
As-Built drawings are specified to be provided.

23. When necessary, act as liason between the
Contractor(s) and the Using Agency in the
coordination of the Using Agency's requirements to
the Contractor(s) schedule.


B. The Architect-Engineer's Representative is not
authorized to do the following:

I. Authorize deviations from the Contract Documents
(unless approved by Architect-Engineer).

2. Expedite, the work for the Contractor(s).

3. Advise the Contractor on building techniques or
scheduling.

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4. Approve Shop Drawings.

5. Issue Certificate for Payment.

6. Approve substitutions.

7. Interpret the Contract Documents except when
obviously clear.


C. The Architect-Engineer's Representative should not:

1. Get involved in disputes or problems between
subcontractor and subcontractor.

2. Get involved in disputes or problems between
General Contractor and subcontractor.

3. Offer gratuitous advice to Contractor or
subcontractors on how to perform the work whether
solicited from Contractors or not.

4. Communicate with Using Agencies representative in
any official way except as noted in Item A-23.

5. Make vague and unclear log entries as to the
acceptability of the Contractor's work. If
unacceptable and not corrected properly and in a
timely way, the condition should be entered into
the job log clearly as a statement made with
follow-up written communication to the
Architect-Engineer.

6. Order a work stoppage except in extreme
emergencies and except under conditions authorized
only by the Architect-Engineer.


G-5 DUTIES OF THE OWNER'S STATE CONSTRUCTION
REPRESENTATIVE (If one is authorized by the Owner)

A. The duties of the Owner's State Construction
Representative shall include but not be limited to the
following:

1. -Be present at the site at all times when
construction is being performed and conduct daily
on-site observations for determining conformance
to the Contract Documents in regard to work,
materials, equipment, etc.


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2. Anticipate problems which may create delays and
problems in construction and report these to the
Project Director (DGS) for solution.

3. Attend all construction conferences.

4. When authorized by the Project Director (DGS),
conduct inspections as required by the Contract
Documents and record results of such inspections.

5. Maintain a daily log of project activity including
but not limited to: hours on the job site, weather
.conditions, daily construction activity, number of
men in each trade on the site, general
observations, written and verbal directives to the
Contractor and visits of governmental officials
and the Architect-Engineer.

6. If, upon inspections or observations, work is
believed not to be in accordance with Contract
Documents, advise the Project Director (DGS)
verbally and in writing.

7. Check that tests and inspections to be performed
by others, in addition to those performed by
Architect-Engineer's Representative and/or the
Architect-Engineer, are actually performed in
accordance with the Contract Documents.

8. When requested, accompany all State and/or Federal
officials on inspections of construction and
record the inspection in the log.

9. Cooperate with the Project Director (DGS) and
provide them with all requested information about
the project that he can provide or direct them to
the Project Director (DGS) or Architect-Engineer
for assistance where appropriate.

10. Maintain in an orderly manner, files of
correspondence, reports of job conferences, shop
drawings and samples, copies of contract
documents, change orders, addenda, supplementary
drawings and job log.

11. Review requisitions for payment submitted by the
Contractor via the Architect-Engineer and transmit
to the Project Director (DGS) with
recommendations.


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12. Participate in the inspections of construction
with the Project Director (DGS) at regular
intervals and at substantial completion and
provide the Project Director (DGS) with
information as to work which he feels is not
complete, defective, or not in accordance with
Contract Documents.

13. Refer all communications from Using Agency to the
Project Director (DGS).

14. Copy the Project Director (DGS) on all
correspondence related to the Project.

15. Review plans, specifications and shop drawings on
a regular basis. Be alert to errors and omissions
on the Contract Documents and construction
problems before they occur and advise the Project
Director (DGS) when he feels problems exist.

16. Advise the Project Director (DGS) when he observes
work being performed with unapproved shop drawings
or without shop drawings when such shop drawings
are required by specifications.

17. Check materials and equipment delivered to the job
site against specifications, approved samples,
shop drawings and related correspondence. If
believed to be in conflict, advise the Project
Director (DGS).

18. Check that Contractor is maintaining record
notated drawings of as-built conditions, when
as-built drawings are specified to be provided.


B. The Owner's State Construction Representative is not
authorized to do the following:

1. Authorize deviations from the Contract Documents.

2. Expedite the work for the Contractor.

3. Advise the Contractor on building techniques or
scheduling.

4. Approve Shop Drawings.

5. Issue Certificate for Payment.

6. Approve Substitutions.

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7. Interpret the Contract Documents for the
Contractor.


C. The Owner's State Construction Representative should
not:

1. Get involved in disputes or problems between
Sub-contractor and Sub-contractor.

2. Get involved in disputes or problems between
General Contractor and Sub-contractor.

3. Offer gratuitous advice to Contractor and
Sub-contractors on how to perform the work whether
solicited from Contractors or not.

4. Communicate with Using Agency's representative in
any official way.

5. Make vague and unclear log entries as to the
acceptability of the Contractor's work. If
unacceptable and not corrected properly and in a
timely way, the conditions should be entered into
the job log clearly as a statement made with
follow-up written communications to the Project
Director (DGS).

6. Order a work stoppage except in extreme
emergencies affecting Life Safety.

G-6 PROHIBITED MATERIALS ASBESTOS

Pursuant to Chapter 83-174, Laws of Florida, the use of
asbestos or asbestos based fiber materials is prohibited.




















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CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS


01
SECTION H 02
03
SPECIAL CONDITIONS 04
05
H-1 WATER 06
07
Water necessary for the project shall be furnished by the Owner. The 08
Contractor shall make all connections necessary and clear away all 09
evidence of same after the job is completed. 10
11
H-2 ELECTRICITY 12
13
All electricity for light and power necessary for the project shall be 14
provided by the Owner. 15
16
H-3 INITIAL-CONSTRUCTION CONFERENCE 17
18
At a mutually convenient time prior to starting construction, the 19
Project Director (DGS) will arrange a meeting with the Design 20
Professional, Using Agency, General Contractor, Federal 21
Representatives if involved, Bureau of Apprenticeship and other 22
interested parties. The purpose of this meeting shall be to discuss 23
requirements and responsibilities of the various parties involved with 24
the objective of expeditious handling of the construction contract. 25
The Project Director (DGS) will chair this meeting. 26
27
H-4 TELEPHONE REPORTS 28
29
In addition to other required reports, the Contractor shall 30
contact the Architect by telephone, a minimum of two times a 31
week, to report on progress and the status of the work. 32
33
H-5 SITE SECURITY 34
35
The Contractor shall pay for and be responsible to secure the site and 36
the project against theft, vandalism, fire and for public safety at 37
all times (24 hours per day) from Notice to Secure Permit until 38
Substantial Completion. 39
40
H-6 BIDDER'S ACCESS TO THE SITE 41
42
All interested bidders may arrange to visit the site of the work 43
through the office of Hector L. Miron, Deputy Director, St. 44
Augustine Preservation Board, Government House, (904)824-3355, 45
St. Augustine, Florida. 46
47
H-7 SCHEDULING OF WORK: 48
49
Before work is started, the Contractor shall arrange with the 50
Architect and Representatives of the Preservation Board, the 51
phasing of the work, means of access to premises, space for 52
storage of materials and equipment, use of approaches, use of 53
corridors, stairways, and similar means of communication and 54
location of temporary partitions, heating units and the like.
The Contractor shall follow the schedule established at the


June 24,1935















CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS


Initial Construction Conference. 01
02
H-8 PROTECTION: 03
04
A. The Contractor shall provide adequate protection for 05
all parts of the building, its contents and occupants 06
wherever work under this contract is performed. 07
Furniture and office fixtures shall be moved as 08
necessary for proper performance of the work, stored on 09
the premises, and protected. Contractor shall relocate 10
all furniture and fixtures to their original locations, 11
upon completion of the work. 12
13
B. The Contractor shall provide dustproof enclosures or 14
partitions for protection where dusty or dirty work is 15
performed. Debris shall be dampened when removed to avoid 16
dusting. 17
18
H-9 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS: 19
20
Failure to inspect the site or obtain knowledge of security 21
regulations shall not relieve the successful bidder from performing 22
the work contracted for, or complying with, security regulations. 23
24
A. The Contractor shall provide the Owner with a list of names 25
identifying persons to be admitted to the site. 26
27
B. The Contractor may store materials on site in a locked
trailer but at his own risk. 29
30
C. Any employee of the Contractor or his Subcontractors who is 31
deemed to be a security risk or otherwise objectionable and 32
detrimental in the judgement of the Owner will cease working 33
at the site and will be denied admission to the site. 34
35
H-10 REMOVAL OF DEBRIS: 36
37
Unless reserved as property of the Government, construction materials 38
and items of mechanical and electrical equipment that are removed and 39
not reused under this contract shall become the property of the 40
Contractor and the salvage value shall be reflected in the bids. No 41
landfill is available on-site. The Contractor shall remove all trash 42
and debris from site and dispose of it off-site. Refuse shall not be 43
allowed to accumulate for more than one week, or it shall be removed 44
at more frequent intervals if directed by the Architect. 45
Storage or sale of excess salvageable materials on the site will 46
not be permitted. 47
48
H-11 CONSTRUCTION SITE MAINTENANCE 49
50
A. All supplies and equipment on the project site shall be 51
stored in such a manner as to preclude mechanical and 52
climatic damage. Site shall be maintained in a neat and 53
orderly manner as to further minimize hazards to personnel, 54
supplies and equipment.


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CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS


01
3. The Contractor shall be responsible for maintaining the 02
structures and site in good repair. 03
04
H-12 AS BUILT DRAWINGS: 05
06
After completion of all work under this contract, the Contractor will 07
furnish the Architect with one set of marked-up drawings, showing all 08
changes from original requirements, including amendments and contract 09
changes. 10
11
H-13 CONDITION SURVEY: 12
13
Prior to commencing work in any area, the Contractor will examine the 14
area and surface finishes and make note to the Architect of any 15
damaged items which might later be in contention. 16
17
18
H-14 INCLUSION OF ARTICLES 15, 16 AND 17 19
20
Articles 15,16 and 17 of the American Institute of Architects 21
Documents A-201 and A-201/SC-1977, Federal Edition, dated August, 22
1976 and August, 1977, respectively, shall apply to and form a. 23
part of this section and are included herein. 24
25
26
End of Section H 27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
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SECTION I

Upon receiving award of contract the contractor agrees to
execute the following assignment on his behalf.








ASSIGNMENT


For and in recognition of good. and valuable consideration,

receipt of which is hereby acknowledged,___
company name
acting herein by and through_
individual name
its
title of individual person

and duly authorized agent, hereby conveys, sells assigns,

and transfers to the State of Florida all rights, title

and interest in and to all causes of action it may now

or hereafter acquire under the antitrust laws of the United

States and the State of Florida for price fixing, relating

to the particular good or services purchased or acquired

by the State of Florida pursuant to
identity of


State contract



DATE Name and Title



Name of Company




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SECTION J


0


STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES


AGREEMENT BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACT
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF 0

STATE PROJECT NO.

STATE APPROPRIATION NO. ____

Name and Location


4-


contractor
C3^


Architect-Engineer


George firestone,
Secrq-ary of State

Jim Smith,
Attorney General

yGerald A. Lewis,
Comptroller


Bob Graham
Governor


Bill Gunter, Treasurer and
Commissioner of Insurance

Doyle Conner, Commissioner
of Agriculture

Ralph D. Turlington,
Commissioner of Education


Ronald W. Thomas
Executive Director


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October 29, 1984


















STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

FORM OF AGREEMENT
BETWEEN OWNER AND CONTRACTOR
FOR CONSTRUCTION


THIS AGREEMENT made this day of 4n the
year Nineteen Hundred and __



BY AND BETWEEN THE DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY
MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES, STATE O -FLORIDA, here-
inafter called the OWNER, and





Federal ID No.:
hereinafter called the Contractor.

The OWNER and the Contractor agree as seb forth below.

ARTICLE 1. THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The Contract Documents consist this Agreement, conditions of the
Contract (General Supplemental 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 signafire of the parties shall control over the General
Conditions and Sfplementary General Conditions, and the Supplementary
General Conditions shall control over the General Conditions of said
Standard Form A-201 of the American Institute of Architects.

ARTICLE 2. THE WORK

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






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THE ARCHITECT


The Architect for this project is





ARTICLE 4. TIME OF COMMENCEMENT AND COMPLETION .4

4.1 The Work to be performed under this contract shall be
commenced within ten (10) calendar days after date of Notice
to Proceed .to Mobilize on Site and to Proceed With
Construction, shall be substantially completed within
calendar days after date of Notice to roceed, and shall be
finally completed within calenizar days after the date
of substantial completion.

4.2 Liquidated Damages For Failure To amplete On Time

Inasmuch as failure to complete the project within the time
fixed in Article 4 hereof 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
hereof, or within suchfurther time, if any, as in accordance
with the provisions ok 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 dbe fixed for substantial completion in Article 4
hereof and 41e 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 he Owner as liquidated damages for such delay, and not
as a penalty, one-fourth of the rate indicated above. Said
liqu dated 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
hall 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
N manner affect the Owner's right to terminate the Contract as
y 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 amount set
out in Article 4.2 hereof.

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ARTICLE 3.





















It is further agreed that the Owner may deduct from t
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 4V

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 within &e provisions of
the contract. In the event of termination.-f the contract by
the Owner prior to completion as providedqn 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 administrative services provided
in said Article 14 and also for the per diem liquidated
damages agreed upon Article 4.2 hereof.

(1) 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 th project and for resumption of work
thereon. 4

Provided, however, that the sum of (1) .and (2) shall not
exceed the number of days beyond the original agreed
completion date, or any extension thereof as herein provided,
reasonably required for completion of the project.

ARTICLE 5. CONTRACT SUM

The Owner shall 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














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PAYMENTS TO CONTRACTOR


Thirty (30)- calendar days shall be allowed for the Owner's inspection
and approval of the goods and services for which any Application For
Payment is made.

6.1 Indemnification Rider

In addition to the Contract Sum, the Owner shall pay the Contractor ten
dollars ($10.00) for the Indemnification Rider prescribed in Section E-3
of the Conditions of the Contract. Application for Payment of the ten
dollars ($10.00) shall be submitted to the Owner by the Contractor
simultaneously with the Contractor's execution and delivery of the
Contract to the Owner. Within thirty (30) calendar days from the
Owner's receipt of said Application, the Owner shall pay or cause to be
paid to the Contractor the amount of ten dollars ($10.00).

6.2 Progress Payments Against Contract Sum

Based upon Application for Payment submitted to the Architect by the
Contractor and Certificates of Payment issued by the Architect and
approved by the Owner, the Owner shall make -rogress payments to the
Contractor against the account of the Contra. Sum, as provided in the
Conditions of the Contract in accordance witr1 the following:

6.2.1 Within thirty (30) calendar days from the Owner's inspection
and approval of the goods or services for which any
Application for Payment is submitted by the Contractor, the
Owner shall pay or caus e'Eo be paid to the Contractor that
portion of the Contrac Sum, previously unpaid, properly
allocable to labor, materials, and equipment already
incorporated in work that has been satisfactorily performed in
accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents, as
determined by the4Architect, together with that portion of the
Contract Sum p;perly allocable to materials and equipment
suitably store by the last day of the preceding calendar
month at the project site or at some other locations)
mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties, as determined
by the Architect.

(a) Contractor shall promptly pay each Subcontractor,
%pon receipt of payment from the Owner out of the amount
paid to the Contractor on account of such Subcontractor's
Work, the amount to which said Subcontractor is entitled,
reflecting the percentage actually retained, if any, from
4; payments to the Contractor on account of such
Subcontractor's work.

(b) The Architect may, on request at his discretion, furnish
to a Subcontractor, if practicable, information regarding
the percentages of completion of the amount applied for
s by the Contractor and the action taken thereon by the
Architect on account of Work done by such Subcontractor.

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(c) Neither the Owner nor the Architect shall have any
obligation to pay or to see to the payment of any
monies to any Subcontractor except as may otherwise
be required by law.

(d) No Certificate for a progress payment, nor anv.s
progress payment, nor any partial or entire use
occupancy of the project by the Owner, shll
constitute an acceptance of any Work not in
accordance with the Contract Documents.

6.3 Payments Withheld From Contract Sum s

The Architect may decline to certify payment or, because of subsequently
discovered evidence or subsequent observations, he may nullify the whole
or any part of any Certificate for Payment previously issued, to such
extent as may be necessary, in his opinion, to proteVt the Owner -from
loss because of: -$

1. defective work not remedied,
2. third party claims filed or reasonable evidence indicating
probable filing of such claims,
3. failure of the Contractor to .ke payments properly to
Subcontractors or for labor, mat als, or equipment,
4. reasonable evidence that the Work cannot be completed for the
unpaid balance of the Contract Sum,
5. damage to the Owner or another contractor,
6. reasonable evidence that tie Work will not be completed within
the Contract Time, or
7. persistent failure to crry out the Work in accordance with
the Contract Documents.

When the above grounds in Subparagraph 6.3 are removed, payment shall be
made for amount withheld b~ause of them.

ARTICLE 7. FINAL PATIENT AGAINST CONTRACT SUM

Within thirty (30) days from the date of Contract Completion the Owner
shall pay or causp to be paid to the Contractor, the entire unpaid
balance of the *(en Contract Sum, less the amount of any sums which
continue to be c;etained to satisfy the cost of performing any change in
the Work which is the subject of any claim or dispute and which has not
yet been satisfactorily performed by the Contractor, provided that the
parties have not otherwise stipulated in the Certificate of Substantial
Completi and provided further that the Work has been satisfactorily
complete, the Contractor's obligations under the Contract have been
fully formed, and a final Certificate for Payment has been issued by
the Architect.

aRTICLE 8. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
-^
C4 8.1 Terms used in the Agreement which are defined in the
Conditions of the Contract shall have the meaning designated
in those Conditions.

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The Contract Documents, which constitute the entire Agreement
between the Owner and Contractor, are listed in Article 1 and
except for Modifications issued after execution of this
Agreement are enumerated as follows:


4,
^s4


4,SY


4,SY


The term "Substantial Completion" shall mean that the project
under this contract is sufficiently completed in accordance
with the contractt Documents, so that the Owner can occupy or
utilize ,e work or designated portions thereof for the use
for w1hch it is intended, as expressed in the Contract
Documents.

The term "Substantial Completion" shall not mean the inclusion
of such minor alterations and patching as the Final Inspection
shall disclose.
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8.4 Claims And Disputes


8.4.1 Arbitration Provisions Deleted

The provisions of Articles 2.2.9, 2.2.12, 7.4, 7.4.1, ZV9,
7.9.1, 7.9.2 and 7.9.3 of the Standard Form American Instute
of Architects' AIA Document A-201 General Conditions of the
Contract for Construction, are hereby eliminated.

The purpose of deleting these provisions is to exclude in
their entirety each of the cited provisions, whii related to
the arbitration of claims, so that the administrative remedy
provided in Article 8.4.3 of this Agreement shall be
exclusive, in lieu of arbitration proceeding.

8.4.2 Delays; Changes In The Work

Article 8.3.4 of the AIA General Conditions is deleted and
Contractor's remedies for delays in4he progress of the Work,
or for changes in the Work, shall b4 limited to those provided
in this Article. The Contractor'slexclusive remedy for delays
in performance of the contract caused by events beyond its
control shall be a claim for equitable adjustment in the
contract time; provided, however, inasmuch as the parties
expressly agree that overhead costs incurred by Contractor for
delays in performing the ork cannot be determined with any
degree of certainty, it {s hereby agreed that in the event
Contractor is delayed in the progress of the Work after- Notice
to Proceed to mobilize on site and to proceed with
construction for cases beyond its control and attributable
only to acts or4 missions of Owner, Contractor shall be
entitled to compensation for over-head and profit costs either
(a) as a fixed percentage of the actual cost of the change in
the Work, if the delay results from a change in the Work, as
calculated i, Section G, Supplementary General Conditions, or
(b) if the 'elay results from other than a change in the Work,
at an amdot for each day of delay calculated by dividing an
amount equal to 4.3 % of the original contract sum by the
number of calendar days of the original contract time.

Inlhe event of a change in the Work, Contractor's claim for
adjustments in contract sum are limited exclusively to its
actual costs for such changes plus fixed percentages for
overhead, additional profit and bond costs, as specified in
Section G.

SThe forgoing remedies for delays and changes in the Work are
to the exclusion of, and thus eliminate, the total cost

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4,,
concept (that is, computing Contractor's additional costs for _-
changes in Work or for the costs of a delay in the progress of c
the Work by comparing Contractor's total actual costs with its
original estimate, see McDevitt & Street Company v. Departmefyt
of General Services State of Florida, So. 2d, (Fla. IstOCA
1979)) as a method of determining Contractor's ~o6sts
associated with a change in the Work or with delay in the
progress of the Work.

No provision of this contract shall be construed a waiver
of sovereign immunity by the Owner. c

No provision of the Contract Documents makes or is intended to
make provision for recovery by Contractor o damages for delay
or for breach of contract. All c ,ms, disputes or
controversies under this contract sha l be determined and
settled as provided in Article 8.4.3 of this Agreement. No
claim for breach of contract shall be submitted, determined or
settled under Article 8.4.3 of this Agreement.

8.4.3 Exclusive Claims Provision S
.ci
The provisions of Chapter 13-4, Florida Administrative Code to
the extent not inconsistent with this Article are referred to
and adopted by reference and shall govern procedures for
claims.

Under the terms of this contract, the Contractor shall not
have any right to compensation other than, or in addition to,
that provided by this contract to satisfy any claim for costs,
liabilities or dets of any kind whatever resulting from any
act or omission attributable to the Owner unless Contractor
has provided nice as required by Article 8 or 12 of the AIA
General Conditions and unless the claim therefore is delivered
to the Owner. All such claims shall be set forth in a
petition stating:

1. Ne and business address of the claimant.

2. A concise statement of the ultimate facts, including the
statement of all disputed issues of material fact, upon
< which the claim is based.

@3. Concise statement of the provisions of the contract
together with any federal, state and local laws,
ordinances or code requirements or customary practices
^ and usages in the industry asserted to be applicable to
the questions presented by the claim and a demand for the
specific relief believed to be due the claimant.

4. The date of the occurrence of the event giving rise to
the claim and the date and manner of Contractor's
" compliance with the-notice requirements of Article 3 or
12 of the AIA General Conditions.

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Within thirty (30) days from the date any such claim is
received, the Owner shall deliver to the Contractor its
written determination on the claim. Unless the Owner's
determination is agreed to by the Contractor and a consent
order adopting the determination is entered within thirty (30)
days of receipt of the Owner's determination, the Executive
Director of the Department of General Services shall des'hate
a hearing officer who shall conduct a proceeding in accdance
with Chapter 13-4, F.A.C.

The Contractor shall carry on the Work and maintain the
progress schedule during any administrative pro4tding unless
otherwise agreed by the Contractor and the Ownr in writing.

8.4.4 Interest Provision Deleted

Article 7.8.1 of the General Condition of the Contract for
Construction, AIA Document A-201, August 1976 edition,
relating to interest is deleted. Any monies not paid when due
to either party under this contract shall not bear interest
except as may be required by Section 215.422(3)(b), Florida
Statutes (1981).

8.5 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 Subcontractors for Work on the
project shall work iryharmony with and be compatible with all
other labor being used by building and construction
contractors now or hereafter on the site of the



Contractor _^ their agrees that this provision will be included
in- all su contractss of the Subcontractor as well as in the
Contract 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
lab4, union or labor organization, the right of any person to
wo,7 as guaranteed by Article 1, Section 6 of the Florida
Constitution.

8.6 Apprentices

If the Contractor employs apprentices on the project, the
4c behavior of the Contractor and the Owner shall be governed by
the provisions of Chapter 446, Florida Statutes, and by
applicable standards and policies governing apprentice
programs and agreements established by the Division of Labor
of the State of Florida Department of Labor and Employment
Security. The Contractor will include a provision similar to
the foregoing sentence in each subcontract.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties
and year first written above.


hereto have executed this Agreement the day


George Firestone,
Secretary of State

Jim Smith
Attorney General

Gerald A. Lewis,
Comptroller


Bob Graham
Governor


Bill Gunter, Treasurer 4
and Insurance Commissioaer

Doyle Conner, Commissioner
of Agriculture

Ralph D. TurliAiton
Commissioner Education
c.?*


CONTRACTOR

N?


AS WITNESSED BY,


4,9?


(Name & Title)


William A. Scaringe, P.E., Chief
Bureau of Construction
Recomm ed for Approval and Signature

C9


Ronald W. Thomas, Executive Director
Department of General Services
/


APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY

General Co nsel
Department of General Services


By,


Division of Building Construction
& Property Management
Department of General Services



By,
Robert J. Boerema, AIA, Director
Division of Building Construction
& Property Management


As Witnessed By


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ATTEST


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SECTION K
State of Florida.
DCpartment of

GENERAL SERVICES S)
Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Pcnald W. Thcnas, Executive Director



Performance Bond
HIS BOED S ISSLSD SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH LABOR AM) M~ATRIAL PA' I tD 1)1 FAWR OF TFi
OQER Co'DITICOED CN THE FULL AMDF FAITHFUL ERFOF.'E E CF O : CONTACT


iOG4 ALL "N BY TSSE PRESEN:S: that






as Principal, hereinafter called Contractor, and,






as Surety, hereinafter called Surety, are held and fi-nly bound unto the Governor and Cabinet, and their successors
in office, as and constituting the Departr nt of General Services of the State of Florida as Cbligee, hereinafter
called Owner, in the amount of





for the payment whereof Contractor and Surety bird themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors
and assigns, jointly and severally, finely by these presents.

WHSICS,

Contractor has by written agreement dated 19 entered into a contract
with wrner for





in accordance with Drawings and Specifications prepared by




whidh contract is by reference made a part hereof, and is hereinafter referred to as the Contract.

MW, THERFORE, TFE MDMITICN CF THIS CBLIGMTICN is such that, if Contractor shall zrcontly and faithfully perform said
Contract, then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect.

The Surety hereby waives notice of any alteration or extension of ti e made by the Owner.

whenever Contrac'or shall be, and declared by Owrer to be in default under the Contract, the Cwner having performed
Owner's cbligatiors thereunder, the Surety may prc ptly remedy the default, in accordance with Secticn 255.05, Florida
Statutes, or shall promptly

1) Complete the Contract in accordance with its terms and conditicrs, or 2) Obtain a bid or bids for ccnpleting the
Contract in accordance with its tess and conditions, and upon determination by Surety of the lowest responsible bidder
or, if the Cwner elects, upon detcriration by the Owner ard the Sreaty jointly of the lowest responsible bidder,
arrange for a contract between such bidder and Owner, and -Lke available as Work progresses (even though there should be
a default or a succession of defaults under the contract or contracts of completion arranged urder this paraarach)
sufficient funds to say the ccst of completion less the balance of the contract price; but not exceeding, includi~Lr
other costs and cctsaqes for wnic! the Surety -ay be liable hereurder, the amount set forth in the first paraorach
hereof. 'he te-a "balance of the cncract price", as used in this caararacn, shall -ean the total amount a-yavbl by
Owner to Contractor urner the Contract and any arenirents thereto, less the amount proerly paid by Owner to Contractor.

;b right of action shall ac-per on this tend t or f-r use of a-, crson or corporation other than the Cwrer named
herein or the heais, executors, administrators or successors of the Chrer.











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SICG XIf SEALM THIS DAY C1


(Signature For Contractor) (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Typg ame & Title)




(Signatue For Surcty) (Seal)


(Signamtre of Witness)


(Type Name & Title)




(Signature of Resident Agent As Attorney-In-Fact)


Signature of Witness)


(Type tsre, Title & Address)

Pwe. of Attorney attached hereto.


N=OES CGCERNLG SURETY AND EXECTIlCT

A. SCTRE C-PY CPANY RE~UTR -S

"o be acceptable to the Departnent of General Services, a Surety Conaany shall coply with all of the requirements
of Article B-14 of the Specifications to the Contract, including being admitted to do business in the State of
Florida, having teen in business and having a record of successful operations for at least five years, being
nt exosed to any loss on any one risk in an amount exceeding ten (10) percent of its surplus to policyholders
and having at least the following minimum ratings (fran Best's Key Rating Guide):

CCNTPACT APLU'r POLICY CEDlER'S PATnIG PECfUISD FTI CIAL. RAT=IG
0 to 100,000 B Class VII
100,000 to 500,000 A Class VIII
500,000 to 750,000 A Class IX
750,000 to 1,000,000 A Class X
1,000,000 to 1,250,000 A Class XI
1,250,000 to 1,500,000 A Class XI
1,500,000 to 2,000,000 A Class XII
2,000,000 to 2,500,000 A Class XII
2,500,000 or more A Class XII

B. EECTIlCN CF 9BOD
1. Enter the Surety Company's name and address on each copy of the Bond in the Space provided.

2. Enter the date shown on page 1 of the Agreement in the space provided on each copy of the Bond.

3. Enter the date of execution on each copy of the Bond in the space provided. This date nust be the sane as the
date shown on page 1 of the Agreement.

4. PHve each copy of the Bond signed by the same person that signed the areenent on behalf of the Contractor.
Type in that person's name and title in the place provided on each copy of the Bond, and have one other
individual witness that person's signature on each ccpy of 'he Bond. Also, have the Contractor's Corporate
Seal affixed to each copy of the Bond beside that person's signature (tb Facsimiles are acceptable).

5. Have each copy of the Bond signed by the person authorized to sign on behalf of the Surety Conpany. Type in
that person's nane and title in the place provided on each copy of the bond, and have one other individual
*witness that person's signature on eadc ccpy of the Bond. Also, have the Surety Company's CorPrate Seal
affixed to each copy of the Bond beside that person's signature (Qb Facsimiles are acceptable).

6. Have each cpy of the Bond signed by a Florida Pesident aqent (Pefere.ce Chapters 624.425 and 624.426 of the
Florida Statutes). Type in that person's nare, title and address in tie place provided on each copv of the
Bond, and have one other individual witness that person's signature on each cony of the Bonard. his may e the
sane person indicated in B.5 above, if this person is a cFlorida Posident ;qent arr is also authorized to sign
on behalf of the Surety Conpany.

7. Each cpay of the Bond must have a Poer of Attorney attached indicating that the person in B.5 awbve is
authorized to sign on behalf of the Surety Coarany.

8. Eadi copy of the Po*-r of Attorney rust have the Surety Car-any's Corporate Seal and a 'btary Seal either
manually affixed or they ray utilize facsimile reproductions of the sare.

9. ,f the date of execution of the Powr of Attorney is not the sane as the iate shown on page 1 of t.e
Agremret, t en the e obar of Attnrr.cy -ust be certified to still be Ln effect on the 'iat shown on p.ie I of
tho ;Arcanent.

10. If the Bond is baiLn backed by the .~all Business .d:unistrAtion, then a crti-fied tr-e and correct oc y of
the Surety Bord urarrntce A.rcnerant, S5A F'rnm 990, -ust he att.cred :o cai cco-' of tc Aori.

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State of Florida.
Department of

GENERAL SERVICES
Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32301
Panald W. Thomas, Executive Director


Labor and PMaterial Payment Bond

THIS BD IS ISSUED SIMTLTANEODILY WITH PFORI-AfE 2 ~ I FAOR CF THE
~NER CD~IITICt.ED ON TH FULL ALD FAITHFUL FERDFORACE OF 'TE CONTRACT


I~a4 ALL .NEN BY THESE FPRSETS: that






as Principal, hereinafter called Contractor, and,






as Surety, hereinafter called Surety, are held and firmly bound unto the Governor and Cabinet, ard their successors
in office, as and constitution the Department of Ceneral Services of the State of Florida as Cbligee, hereirafter
called Owner, for the use and benefit of claimants as hereirbelow defined, in the amount of





for the payment wereof Contractor and Surety bird thcrselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, successors
and assigns, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.

WHEREAS,

Contractor has by written agreement dated _, 19 entered into a contract
with Owner for





Ln accordance with Drawings and Specifications prepared by




thicd contract is by reference made a part hereof, ard is hereinafter referred to as the Contract.

THE CO)DITICNS CF THIS BO~ are as follows:

1. Corntractor shall prarptly rmake all payments owing hen due to all persons iao are defined in Section 713.01,
Florida Statutes, hose claims derive directly or indirectly io the prosecution of the wrrk provided for in the
contract, then this bond is void; otherwise, it repairs in full force and effect.

2. ESh said claimant shall have a right of action against the Contractor and Surety for the a-ount due him. .b such
action shall subject the Cbligee to any cost, expense, loss or damage, and Contractor shall prcrtly pay Obligee
for the full measure of all cost, e-.ense, loss, damage, and attorneys fees sustained by Cbligee as a result of any
default by Contractor under the contract.

3. Pursuant to Section 255.05, Florida Statutes, a claimant, excoct a laborer, 'ho is rct in -ri'vLty with the
Contractor and ,ho has not received payrenc for his labor, materials, coui-rent cor supplies shall, wdtin forty
five (45) days after erinning to iranish labor, materials, ocui.ent or supolsas for the cresecut-on of te Lork,
fur=ish the Contractcr with a notice that he intends to loc< to the bnd for protection. A clai-at :.t-o is nor in
prlvity with the Contractor and n o has rot roccivrd pa3l ent for his lanor, racarials, ec'ui -rnt or surnlies shall,
within ninety (90) days after c=-leling perfor-ance of tCh labor or after co-Ileti.ng delferv of the -aterials,
ecuiprcnc or supplies, deliver to the Contractcr and to the Surety written notice of the cerfoCanwc of the labcr
or delivery of the materials, eclr-ren or s=oolics and of the rnarayrent. :b ac' cn for t labor, materials,
equicr.t cr supplies -ay be i-sti-uted agai.-.t i-.e --tactor or t-h Surety after one 'car =n t.he iate
pcrfon-ance of the labor is c c)le crtd or delivery of tco raerilals, equipct or -supol-es is cor-lltei.

4. An action agai-st t-e Surety or "te Contractcr or both, nay be trcught in the ctuncy i; .on t-he ~iblic buildi-q
or iliLc -.or' is CLing cCr-trc---ic or repaired or i.n any other place aauthoriZld vb thea crorisios of Caster 47,
Florida Sctactcs.

5. ".e --our-- of .hs arnd snall to e-.a;d :rJy to the cxto t *c the Cont-act Sum is arcad .-.: acIcord w.th
acol-.able --roistors : toe Conract for Ce ra-or-cti-on.

6. :ither .1-i =.a.re in or L-derr t.e ontrinc- -c-unts, -oe:. ry ccrpliance or -or.ncrlianrc with ay. for-alit-es
=rtiaod L. -"e c trac- or -2. crnance snall rcli-cv te c f its oMlig.lto.s idaer thi"s bord.


?cnlc 1 )n 2
(Cn:-.n:od 3n Ba.
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SIGNE AM SEALM THIS DAY CM_


(Signature For Contractor) (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name & Title)




(Signatuc For Surety) (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name & Title)




(Signature of Pcsident Agent As Attorney-In-Fact)


Signature of Witness)


(Type Nme, Title & Adircss)

Pawer of Attorney attached hereto.


NOTS CO'CEFiTnr SUR-STY AM EXECUTIVE

A. SURETY CCIPANY REQUIREfTS

I bhe acceptable to the Departnent of General Services, a Surety Conpany shall comply with all of the requirements
of Article 3-14 of the Scecifications to the Contract, including being admitted to do business in the State of
Florida, having been in business and having a record of successful operations for at least five years, being
not exposed to any loss on any one risk in an amount exceeding ten (10) percent of its surplus to policyholders
ard having at least the following minizum ratings (fonm Best's Key Rating GUide):

CCNTRAC XAuMOr POLICY DEER'S PATING PEQCRED FI7'MCIAL PATItG
0 to 100,000 a Class VII
100,000 to 500,000 A Class VIII
500,000 to 750,000 A Class IX
750,000 to 1,000,000 A Class X
1,000,000 to 1,250,000 A Class XI
1,250,000 to 1,500,000 A Class XI
1,500,000 to 2,000,000 A Class HI
2,000,000 to 2,500,000 A Class XII
2,500,000 or more A Class XII

B. EXECUTICN CF BO93
1. Enter the Surety Caipany's name and address on each copy of the Bond in the Space provided.

2. Enter the date shown on page 1 of the Agreenent in the space provided on each copy of the Bord.

3. Enter the date of execution on each copy of the Bord in the space provided. This date must be the sane as the
date shown on page 1 of the Agreement.

4. Fave each ccy of the Bond signed by the same person that signed the Agreement on behalf of the Contractor.
Type in that person's name and title in the place provided on each copy of the Bond, and have one other
individual witness that person's signature on each copy of the Bond. Also, have the Contractor's Corporate
Seal affixed to each opy of the Bond beside that person's signature (b Facsimiles are acceptable).

5. Have each copy of the Bond signed by the person authorized to sign on behalf of the Surety Campany. Type in
that person's ne ard title in the place crcvidod on each copy of the bond, and have one other individual
witness that person's signature on each copy of the Bond. Also, have the Surety Canpany's Corporate Seal
affixed to each copy of the sord beside that parson's signature (, Facsuniles are acceptable).

6. ave each copy of the Bond signed by a Florida Pesident Agent (Peference Chapters 624.425 and 624.426 of the
Florida Statutes). Type in trat crsson's nare, title ard address in the place provided on each ccuy of the
Bond, and have cne ctner iraividual witness that person's sirnature on each cc-y of t-he SBod. This may be the
same parson indicated in B.5 aboue, if this person is a Florida ?asident Agent ari is also authorized to sign
on behalf of the Surety Cmpanry.

7. Each ccy of the Bond rust have a Pc wer of Attorney attached i.-icatirn that the person in B.5. abve is
authorized to sign on behalf of the Surety Copany.

8. aacn cpy of the P-r of Attorne-v -ust have the Surety Ccrcany's Corcorate Seal and a "btary Seal either
runually affixCd or they may utilize facslimle recroductions of lth sam.

9. If the date of execution of the Power of Attorney is not the sane as the data shown on page 1 of teo
A;rccnnt, tht in tho Po,-r of Attornr.ey ust be cer-tfied to still be L ffc n eftco da0 tt shown on .~qe 1 of
the g;qrconnt.

10. :f t e hrd is .bi.r tback by th c S-all 'usiness .'i--istratron, t.n a orrtifiod true and correct Mcy of
the Surety Bond ~Liantee Aircacren, SEA Form 990, -ust be attd-(ed to cacn cc:/ of ---c 7orrd.

?ago 2 cf 2

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SECTION L
CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE

DATE: _

This Certificate is issued at the request of:
Department of General Services, State of Florida
Division of Building Construction and Property Management
Bureau of Construction


The following insurance policies of this company have been issued to

INSURED:

on the construction job designated below:


NAME


LOCATION


STATE PROJECT NO.


INSURANCE MINIMUM LIMITS LIMITS IN FORCE NAME OF INS. EFFECTIVE AND
IN FORCE IN THOUSANDS 'IN THOUSANDS CARRIER EXPIRATION DATES
Workmen's Compensation Statutory
and Employer Liability
Policy No.


Contractors Comprehen-
sive General Liability
and Property Damage
Policy No.
1. Bodily Injury
Liability


300 ea.
occ.
Combined
Single
Limit


2. Property Damage
Liability Included

Automobile Liability 100
Policy No. _Combined
1. Bodily Injury ISingle
Liability Limit


2. Property Damage
Liability


Included


Owner's and Contractor's 300 ea.
Protective Liability occ.
Insurance Policy Combined
No. Single
1. Bodily Injury Limit
Liability

2. Property Damage
Liability Included


NOTE:


All blanks on this form must be conmletely filled in. If the same policy number is
indicated for the "Contractor's Comprehensive General Liability and Property Damaqe
Policy"and the "Owner's and Contractor's Protective Liability Policy", then the
Department of General Services must be added as an additional named insured on that
policy. Indicate that the Department of General Services has been added as an ad-
ditional name insured on tnat policy by checking (Yes or No ) nere.


(Continued on Back,) 75


Paie 1 of 2
















Other Required Coverages:


1. "XCU" (Exalosion, Collapse, Undercround Damace): The Contractor's Liability Policy
shall provide "XCU" coverage for those classifications in which they are applicable.

2. Contractual Liability-Work Contracts: The Contractor's Liability Policy should include
Contractual Liability Coverage designed to protect the Contractor for contractual
liabilities assumed by the Contractor in the performance of this Contract.

3. Idemnification Rider: The Contractor's Liability Policy provides a "Hold Harmless"
rider to cover the provisions of Article 4.18 of the referenced A.I.A. General
Conditions and is so noted on the Contractor's Certificate of Insurance.

4. Broad Form Property Damage Coverage & Carmleted Operations: The Contractor's Liability
Coverage shall include Broad Form Property Damage Coverage and Completed Operations.

5. Builder's Risk Coverage: The Contractor shall secure and maintain during the life
of this contract a "Builder's Risk Policy", All Risks Form, and issued on a completed
valued basis. Installation Floaters and-other Inland Marine Forms may be utilized
where applicable and are in the best interest of the State of Florida.

Policy No.

Effective Date

Expiration Date

6. Binders: When binders are issued as interim coverage, it shall be the sole
responsibility of the insurer to renew such binders as deemed necessary until such
a time that the appropriate policy/policies are issued and copies of said policies
delivered to the Departrmnt of General Services, Division of Building Construction
and Property Management, Larson Building, Roman 512, Tallahassee, Florida 32301.

It is hereby certified that the above listed required policies and other required
coverages are in force and that the above listed policies protect the Owner and
Contractor -performing work under the contract for the construction job designated
above, against all claims for damages for personal injury, including death, resulting
fron accidents and for damage to property, which may arise from operations under the
contract whether such operations be by the Contractor or anyone directly errloyed
by him in connection with the performance of the contract, but only to those limits
of liability specified in pages one (1) and two (2) of this certificate.

In addition it is also hereby certified that the designated insurer will give notice by
mail to the Departrant of CGeneral Services, Division of Building Construction and Property
Management, at least thirty (30) days prior to any material change in the provisions
of or the cancellation of the above listed policies of insurance.

INSURER:

By
Authorized Licensed Resident Agent

ADDRESS :



Area Code Telechcnre


Pace 2 of 2
76























SECTION M

I


STATE F o FLORICA

CEPnRTEliT OF


GENERAL SERVICES


nlitribuation to!
Administrator of Usiln Agency
naevelopnnet

Project Orec.tor
Archi tecEnogineer
Contractor

1'


ARCHITFCT/VefrAtE'S CPTIFICArE OF SuSTAnnTTAL COPL.TImn


PRTECT MuWER*: ARCHITCCT/BfiRiMa:l
POtJECT:







IunER:
Ceoarutent of General Services CONTRACTOR:
Oteision of Suilding Construction
and Property I anaqemne
!urcau of Construction
ATT: CONTRACT FOR:
CONTRACT oATn:

SATE OF ISSUANCE: _______'
PROJECT OR OESIGATED PORTION SLL. INCLUOE:


he Wart perfonned under this Contract has been reviewed and found to he substantially comolet. The Oate
of Subtantlal Camplecion of the Project or portion thlrtof desiqnated above Is nereby eslaollishd as
which s also the data of cowencneflt of
applicaole -arranles required y ute ntract 3ocuanntc, escepet as staed below.


1F!NITTOi OP OFTE cF SULSTANTTAi. ClSrrfT"l

The Oate of Substantlal Conpletlion of the Work or desionated portion theeof is the Cat certified hy
cte Arctntactl/nqlnl.r wetn conStructlon Is sufficiently canolete. In accordance .Ih t e Contract
Doctoents, so the Onner can occuoy or uctlII: Lth Wort or deshgnCatd portion Utereof for the use for
wh1ic It is Intended. as exprelssedli the Contract 1 ocumnents.


A list of itMns to be cczoleted or corrIcted is attached herto. The failure to Include any ite r on such
list does not alter the reloonsibillty of the Contrac:or to conolet all Wort In accordance ith the
Contract Ooctuents. The date of comnencment of warranties for ItCns on thle atacned list *1ll tU-e
data of final payment unless other e agreed to In trltlng.


,he Nner acceat3 the More or designated portion thereof as suhstantlailv caniolete.

t1voarrent of ^neersl Services
71vision of !ufldlnq Construction
ind ?roerty :'.sr-.oen ;t
lureaa of :3nst1-ct:ow



7' n nrsc~tr -ill :vnmlete or orct V ielWart on --i llIs of It-" Iwt'Csn( l c 'er-to .1tiin the 1r e
2rwocrined !m tne contract !rari Pne irove at a f Suilwtintl *ol doletion.


77
October 29. 1934


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DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES


BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION


CONTRACTOR ES


AFFIDAVIT


OF CONTRACT COMPLETION


AGENCY:

PROJECT:


CONTRACTOR:

CONTRACT FOR:

CONTRACT DATE:


CONTRACT AMOUNT:


CONTRACTOR'S AFFIDAVIT


I solemnly swear and affirm: That the work under the above named contract and all
amendments thereto have been completed in accordance with the requirements of said
contract; that all costs incurred for equipment, materials, labor, and services 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
Worlr.en's Compensation claims are covered by Workmen's Compensation insurance as required
by law; that all public liability claims are adequately covered by insurance, and that the
Contractor shall save, protect, defend, indemnify, and hold the Owners harmless from and
against any and all claims which arise as a direct or indirect result of any transaction,
event or occurrence related to performance of the work contemplated under said contract.

CONTRACTOR:


(SEAL)


Title:


Date:
STATE OF
COUNTY OF
Personally appeared before me this day of


, known (or made known) to me to be the


of
(awner) (Partner) (Corporate Officer Title)



Contractor(s), who, being by me duly sworn, subscribed to the foregoing affidavit in my

presence.


(Notary Public)
(tyne name):
My Commission Expires


EC,1-50 5
5-7-32

October 29, 1984















DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION
CERTIFICATE OF CONTRACT COMPLETION


PROJECT NO. & TITLE:


CONTRACTOR:


CONTRACT DATE:


DATE OF FINAL COMPLETION:


CERTIFICATE OF ARCHITECT/ENGINEER

I CERTIFY: That the work under the above contract has been satisfactorily completed on the
date set forth in accordance with the terms of the contract; that the contractor has submit-
ted his sworn affidavit as evidence that he has paid all labor, materials and other charges
against the project in accordance with the terms of the contract.

A/E Firm Name:

Date: By:


TO BE COMPLETED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER


DATE


THROUGH THE SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION PHASE

1. Notice to Proceed (N.T.P.)
2. Time Specified in Original Contract for
Substantial Completion (S.C.)
3. Extension Granted by Change Orders (Days
Between Original Contract S.C. and Final
Contract S.C.)
4. Total Days Allowable to Substantial
Completion (Add Lines 2 and 3)
. Project Substantially Completed as Cer-
S tified by A/E (Total Days from N.T.P.
S through Date Certified by A/E)
6. Substantial Completion Overrun (Subtract
Line 4 from 5 and Enter Overrun)
THROUGH THE FINAL COMPLETION PHASE
1. Time Specified in Contract, Between
Substantial and Final Completion
2. Extensions Granted by Change Orders
(Days Between S.C. and Final Completion)
3. Total Days Allowable Between Substantial
and Final Completion (Add Lines 1 and 2)
4. Date Actually Completed and Total Days
Between Actual S.C. and Date Certified by
I A/E as Actually being Finally Completed..
5. Final Completion Overrun (Subtract Line
3 from and Enter Overrun)
TA


DAYS LIQUIDATED DAMAGES


To be Completed by the
Dept. of General Services










2S Per Day=S










]S Per Day=S

S


Project Director


Administrator, Proiect: .velopm ent
i055
o, 79


3- 19-4
' -ber 29, 1984


i


BC I-
o -^ r


- --- --- --


- --




















SECTION O


INVOICE FOR INDEMNIFICATION RIDER

PRESCRIBED IN SECTION E-3 OF CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT


PAGE 1 OF

DATE


1


Department of General Services

Bureau of Construction

512 Larson Building

Tallahassee, Florida 32301


Project Number, Name,and Location


APPROPRIATION NO.:


FEDERAL ID NO.:


TOTAL AMOUNT DUE TEN DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ---------------$ 10.00








CONTRACTOR


(SIGNATURE)


(NAME)


(TITLE)


October 29, 1984


FROM:


TO:










RE:























INVOICE FOR INDEMNIFICATION RIDER

PRESCRIBED IN SECTION E-3 OF CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT


FROM:












TO:










RE:


PAGE

DATE


1 OF 1


(Architect-Engineer's Name and

Address)


Project Number, Name,and Location


APPROPRIATION NO.:


FEDERAL ID NO.:


TOTAL AMOUNT DUE TEN DOLLARS AND NO CENTS ---------------$ 10.00








CONTRACTOR


(SIGNATURE)


(NAME)




(TITLE)


October 29, 1984
















CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS


01
SECTION 02060 BUILDING DEMOLITION 02
03
PART 1- GENERAL 04
05
RELATED DOCUMENTS: 06
07
Drawings and general provisions of Contract, including General 08
and Supplementary Conditions and Division-1 Specification 09
sections, apply to work specified in this section. 10
11
DESCRIPTION OF WORK: 12
13
The extent of building demolition work is shown on drawings, 14
including removal of cloister walk and miscellaneous windows and 15
doors, cabinets and mill work to be re-used, and related 16
demolition work as indicated and as necessary for the work of the 17
Base Bid and the Alternates. 18
19
JOB CONDITIONS: 20
21
Protection of Building Occupants: Demolition work and new 22
construction shall not be permitted over occupied spaces. 23
Coordinate scheduling of all work with the Director's Office 24
assure occupants have sufficient time to move to other portions 25
of the building away from work area. Provide and maintain 26
barriers as necessary to protect occupants from the hazards of 27
construction. Maintain exits from occupied areas as directed by 28
the Architect. 29
30
Protection of Buildings: Existing work to remain shall be 31
protected from damage. The interior of the buildings and all 32
materials and equipment shall be protected form the weather at 33
all times. Temporary coverings shall be attended as necessary to 34
insure their effectiveness and prevent displacement. 35
36
Salvage: Materials to remain the property of the Owner: All 37
windows and doors, and frames and all electrical fixtures. Other 38
items of salvable value to Contractor may be removed from 39
structure as work progresses. 40
41
Storage or sale of removed items on site will not be 42
.permitted. 43
44
Explosives: Use of explosives will not be permitted. 45
46
Damages: Promptly repair damages caused to adjacent facilities 47
by demolition operations at no cost to Owner. 48
49
Utility Services: Maintain existing utilities indicated to 50
remain, keep in service, and protect against damage during 51
demolition operations. Obtain written approval from the 52
Architect prior to temporary disrupting any utility service. 53
54


BUILDING DEMOLITION


June 24,1095


B & B 02060GOV


02060-1
















June 24,1935


CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY VIOLATIONS


-PAHT 2 HUULUCTS 01
02
Not applicable. 03
04
PART-3 -EXECUTION 05
06
DEMOLITION: 07
08
Pollution Controls: Use water sprinkling, temporary enclosures, 09
and other suitable methods to limit dust and dirt rising and 10
scattering in air to lowest practical level. Comply with 11
governing regulations pertaining to environmental protection. 12
13
Do not use water when it may create hazardous or 14
objectionable conditions such as ice, flooding, and 15
pollution. 16
17
Clean adjacent structures and improvements of dust, dirt, and 18
debris caused by demolition operations, as directed by Architect 19
or governing authorities. Return adjacent areas to condition 20
existing prior to the start of the work. 21
22
DISPOSAL OF DEMOLISHED MATERIALS 23
24
General: Debris and rubbish shall be removed from the site as 25
soon as practical. Debris and rubbish shall not be allowed to 26
accumulate on site. Debris shall be removed and transported in a 27
manner that will prevent spillage on streets or adjacent areas. 28
Comply with local regulations regarding hauling'and disposal. 29
30
END OF SECTION 02060 31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
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SECTION 01010 SUMMARY, ALTERNATES & MISCELLANEOUS 02
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PART 1 GENERAL 04
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RELATED DOCUMENTS 06
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Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including 08
General and Supplementary Conditions and other Specification 09
sections, apply to work of this section. 10
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PROJECT/WORK IDENTIFICATION 12
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General: The name of the project is CORRECTION OF LIFE SAFETY 14
VIOLATIONS as prepared by Boyer & Boyer Architects and dated 15
June 24, 1985. 16
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Contract Documents indicate the work of the contract, and related 18
provisions of the project which may include but are not 19
necessarily limited to the following: 20
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Existing site conditions and restrictions. 22
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Alterations and coordination with existing work. 24
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Requirements for Owner occupancy during construction. 26
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Summary by References: Work of the contract can be summarized by 28
reference to the Contract, General Conditions, Supplementary 29
Conditions, Specification Sections as listed in'the Index To 30
Technical Divisions bound herewith, Drawings numbered 1 through 31
2, and titled "Correction of Safety Deficiencies", Addenda and 32
Modifications to the Contract Documents issued subsequent to the 33
initial printing of this project manual, and including but not 34
necessarily limited to printed matter referenced by any of these. 35
It is recognized that work of the contract is also unavoidably 36
affected or influenced by governing regulations, natural 37
phenomena including weather conditions, and other forces outside 38
the contract documents. 39
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Abbreviated Written Summary: Briefly, and without force and 41
effect upon contract documents, work of the Base Bid of the 42
contract can be summarized as follows: 43
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Alterations to existing exitways at Northwest and Southwest '45
stairs. Items #1, 2, 3 on drawings excluding Emergency Lighting 46
System. 47
ALTERNATES 48
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Definitions: Alternates are defined as alternate products, 50
materials, equipment or systems for the work, which may, the 51
Owners' option and under terms established by the Instructions to 52
Bidders, be selected and recorded in the Contract (Owner- 53
Contractor Agreement) to either supplement or displace 54
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General Provisions: A Schedule of Alternates is included at the 05
end of this section. Each alternate is defined by abbreviated 06
language, recognizing that drawings and specification sections 07
document the requirements. Coordination of related work is 08
required to ensure that work affected by each alternate is 09
complete and properly interfaced with the work of the alternates. 10
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Notification: Immediately following the award of the contract, 1'2
the Contractor will prepare and distribute to each entity to be 13
involved in performance of the work, a notification of the status 14
of each alternate, indicating which alternates have been 15
accepted, which have been rejected, and which have been deferred 16
for consideration at a later date, including a full description 17
of negotiated modifications to alternates if any. 18
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SCHEDULE OF ALTERNATES 20
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Alternate #1: to provide West exit from Auditorium and related 22
work on Southwest stairwell. Item #4 on drawings. 23
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Alternate #2 : to provide emergency lighting system at 25
Northwest, Southwest and main stairway as indicated on drawings. 26
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Alternate #3: to construct partitions in second.floor Mechanical 28
Room, indicated on the drawings as Item #5. 29
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MISCELLANEOUS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS: 31
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Cutting and Patching 33
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Definition: Includes cutting and patching of both previously 35
existing work and nominally completed port: ns of contracted 36
work. Excludes shop fabrication of work; and normal installation 37
procedures including the drilling of holes to install fasteners. 38
Excludes special categories of work identified as alterations, 39
demolition, excavating, grading, cleaning, removal/replacement of 40
non-complying work and similar activities; although some of these 41
activities may require cutting and patching. 42
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General: Specific requirements and limitations for cutting and 44
patching are shown and specified for certain types of work and 45
specified in other sections of these specifications as required 46
quality control procedures for general application to performance 47
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