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Group Title: Historic St. Augustine: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
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Title: Template and instructions for projects by State of Florida Department of General Services Division of Building Construction
Series Title: Historic St. Augustine: Architect Selection - H.E. Shepard; General Contractor Proposal and Contract - Len Weeks
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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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CONTDITIOS OF TIE 'TT"I-.CT

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SECTI0C A JADVEISE' J3IT FOR BIEG AND

I tITATION 10 BID FOPUS 1

SECTIC7 B INST JCTION TO BIDDERS 4

D-1 SPECIFICATION TEP.IENOLOGY 4

B-2 BIDDER'S QUiLIFICATION

RPEQUISEM.MNTS AND PROCET ES 5

B-3 F'ALIhTRITYr WITH L'J!S

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B-15 LISTING OF SUSCCWTPACTORS P 14
B-15A SUBCONTRACTOR DATA 15

B-16 PREPARATION NAND SUBIISSION
OF BIDS 15

B-17 BID IDDIFICATION 15

B-18 WISTDRE?4lAL OF BIDS 16

B-19 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS 1G

B-20 RECEIPT MAD OPENING OF BIDS 16

B-21 DISQUALIFICATION OF BIDS 16

B-22 PRJECTION OF BIDS 16

1-23 BID PFRTESTS, POINTS OF ETIRY 17

i3-24 CCOrT.'CT 7 aI J 17

D-25 NOTICE T0 SECURE AMD P~Y FO.
UTILITY COlNNECTIONS; NOTICE TO
PrOC'f 'D _'0 MOBILIZE ON SITE ,;:')
10 PROCEED WITH CONSMTUCTIOCN;
TIE' OF C .iETIWION AND LIQUIDATED


E-25 .??PRETICES 12

3-27 PE~ETS ?D SPECIAL


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TiALE OF CONTENTS COTTINtUBD PAGE

SECTION C PROPOSAL FOERM 23

SECTION D LIST OF SUBCONTRACTORIS FOR-i 26


II. CONTrPACrIUA CONDITIONS

SECTION E INSTRUCTICIS 'T CONTRACTOPRS 27

E-1 PERFOPR&ANCE BOND ND LA-OR ATD
'2TERIAL PAT.'IENT BOND 27

E-2 E XE~ TION OF 2TZREECIMT TAND BONDS 27

E-3 CONT3 ACTOR,' S INSUPRICE 28

E-4 PROCESS SCHEDULE FOR PROJECTS
WITE CONSTRUCTION COST BELCr,-
$5,000.000.00 31

S-5 CONSWrUCTION SCI-EEULE AD
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E-12 PEFERENC TOI A.S.T.!I. OR
FEDERAL SPECIFICA7TICO3

E-13 tA- UFACT UEIR'S SPECIFICATIONS

E-14 APPROVAL OF MATERIALS .

E-15 SUBSTITUTIONS

E-16 CONSTRUCTION CLIMATE CONTROL

E-17 AS-BUILT DRAE7INGS

E-13 GUAPANTES AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS

E-19 Cm IRING

E-20 FIJNL PAY ITE'l

-ODIFICATIOUS AND ADDITICNS
1O MIA GIEERAL CONDITIONS

F-L ZNCLUSIOi OF ALA ECL 3;1-' A-201.

F-2 SCOPE

0-3 ,..TIZCLE 2, RC.ITECT

F-4 1 'RTICLE 3, C~U'EP

F-5 L.RTICLE 4, CONTRACTOR

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F-9 ARTICE 8, TI'E

F-10 ARTICE 9, P',M.:;ITS AND
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F-1 ARTICLE 11, INSUP ACE

F-12 ARTICLE 12, PIA3NES IN 'IaIE t70RP

SECTION G SUPPLEtJ.NT.RY GENERAL CONDITIONS

G-1 CIAIES IN THE WORPK

C-2 PROGRESS PAE31MITS

G-3 F~CLUSION OF CONER FMROE
LIABILITY

G-4 LJTIES OF ARC-IITECT-ETI1NEE'S
REPJPSENTATIVE

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H-9 DELETION OF BOND F.D."'UrNZ .'1T'S

H-10 REQUIRE -ET FOR 'lIE REPORTING
OF mI.NORITM CO;T.-nAC20RS

S'1TE SIGN E1IIBIIT

2SSSIGNHJET FOPRI

FOPI4 OF APREX ENT BDIUTEN O.MTER AND
COI TRACTOR FOR CONSTRUCTION

FOXII OF PERFOR IPNCE BOND AND L~AOR
MATERIAL PAYhE1T BOND

C3RTIFICFTE OF INSUPUMCE ORE~

II OICE FOR INDE'-':IFICATION RIDER,
PPESCRIBED RI SECTION E-3 OF
CONDITIONS OF CaON TCT

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TOR'S FINZ\CIL STAT-EIiT

CERTIFICATE' CF SUBS2~,NTI, L CO: 2L-IION

CERTIFICATES OF CONTRACT =COIPLETIOn


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PR2JISIONS, ina list of e;tcir~, etc. here.)









-SBCTION A


(For newspaper, Adainistrative Weekly, or other L..~.i publication)


ADVERTISa-7R'JT FOR BIDS


PROPOSALS ~R E EQUSTED 70 O QUALIFIED


COa1TACTORS


BY TEE STATE OF FLORIDA, DEPART:ZNT OF GENERAL SERVICES, DIVISICa! OF

BUILDILT CONSTRUCTION, FOR iIE CONSTRUCTION OF:


PROJECT:


(Title)


(Using Ag'ency)


PREQUALIFICATION: All bidders must submit prequalification data of
their eligibility to subh;it proposals five (5) calendar days prior to
the bid op-ning date if not previously qualified by the Division for the
current biamniua (July 1 thru June 30) of odd nuiLber years.

Sealed bids will be received, publicly opened .nd re. aloud on:


DATE 7nD TL:] "


, Until


loccl tiLe.


PROPOSAL: Bids ,must be subi:itte in ul in ll i accordance with the
requirements of thle Dawinys, Sp.cifications, -idding Conditions t-nd
'ContrLactuil Conditionsc ;ica !e u~, ain led< and obtained from t-e:

ARCilIKCT-U Ca l:-i "C " ~




In 1 sce ;rovicd r'-i -.t .hich 'on'zracor or con:rCactorz,:
(bu31in,, .,enarl, :oo: ing, i..ch..nicai, ec., .are eli.ibl.. to ii We
3pzoo.ic .ob >:lr consid ration).


FOR:


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(FCPOi LETTER)


(To be zxped on the Design Professional's letteriied and individually
addressed to prospective bidders and each contractor obtaining plans and
specifications)

ILIT2ATICO TO 3ID

;10 _______________________________







As a contractor you are invited to submit a bid
to tie: (In che space provided designate which contractor or
contractors: building, general, roofing, mechanical, etc., are eligible
co bid the specific job under consideration.)

STATE OF FLORIDA, D~PARTl'iENT OF GENERAL SERVICES, DIVISION OF BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION.

For the construccion Cof:

PROJECT: ___(Tizle)________

._______

FOR: _(Usin, L :ncy)

PRULIFICATIO. :-11 bicdders uct surabuit prequalJiication data oi teeir
eligibilit tCo sub.iL T'ropos-Is fi'v (5) calendar days prior co thze bid
ope.ninj d.te if not peviously qualified by tihe Division for the current
biennium, (Jtuly 1 ci-ru June 3") odd number years.

Sealed bids will-e received, publicly opened and read auoud on:

D_ Tr.3 1 _, Until ____ Local e

.Z'' ""_-_________________" __'___________'__,___

PCOSL. ids ust be submitted in 1ull in accordance with the
r^uire:!nts D ings, Specii:ion, idin Conditions -n-7
Conr-ctunil Condicio:u;, s-iCi n[U be .^^ined and obtained from me:









DEPOSIT: $ per set of Drawings and Specifications is
required with a limit of two (2) sees per General Contractor, rime
Bidder and one set per mechanical subcontractor and/or electrical sub-
contractor. Tne deposit shall only be returned to -hose Ceneral
Contractors, Priuae Bidders, imchanical subcontractors and/or electrical
subcontractors, who, after having examined the Drawings and
Specifications:

a. Submit a request for pre-quaiification and fail
to qualify, or

b. Submit a bid (in the case of mechanical and/or
electrical subcontractor's submission of a bid
to a priie bidder)

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

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

Very truly yours,

Shepard Associates Arcnitects and Planners, Inc.

2! Coorpate S uarce ouievzrd

Jad:sonville, Florida 3221G


(Signature)









SECTION B
INSTI~JCTIN, TO BIDDERS

B-1 SPECIFICATION '1C .Ii.OLTZ:

DEFINITION OF TC: i~

Whenever in these specifications the following terms (or pronouns which
replace these terms) are used, their intent and iI.-eanin shall be
interpreted as follows:


Departdient of General Services of the State of Florida,
Division of Buildin9 Construction.

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

ACHITECT-ENITIR (OR ARCHITECT OR I R):
The Design Professional coi.uaissioned by the Owner and
identified in the Advertisement for Bids acting directly
or through a duly authorized representative.

PROJECT .2PTSL JT.".TI'.,:
An authorized representativeof the Archi tect-Engineer.

BIDDR:
Any individual, ,firm, partnership or corporation
submiitting a proposal for the work ccaritiL-piated.

SURPTr:
The corporate body ';iiicih is bound with and for the
Contractor, wuich is primarily liable and wiiicia
juar-antees the faithful performancee of the Agreement.

PROPOSAL.
A bid for che work con temui!iated, wviich the Bidder shall
subi'c on ..".u' i forms.









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

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

AGRES1EIET
"Agreement" shall mean the document entitled "Form of
Agreement Between WOner and Contractor for Construction
of State Project No. ."

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

B-2 BIDDER'S QUALIFICATION P'OUII"-1ENTS AND PROCEDURES

Bidder qualification requirements and procedures are established by
Department rule (Ch-i;i;er 13D-11, Florida Administrative Code) and by the
bidding conditions and specifications. Failure of the bidder to strictly
meet and follc; all such requirements and procedures may result in bid
rejection or disqualification for contract award. For the bidder's
convenience, che provisions of Rule 13D-11.004 Bidder's Qualification
Requirements and Procedures are set forth below.

Requir:eents; Each potential bidder must present, or have presented
within t-ie current bienniu-wL (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 tne applicable provisions of Florida Statutes
governing contracors, as a
(Insert contractor designation)

contractor. AZtention is called to other qualification
requir~ments under Section -ra;, *ni____

(2) If the Didder is a corporation, he must submit evidence that the
cor-oration is proper-Ziy reei-.-.-red witth he Stateo o Florida,
Department of St;ate, Division of Corporations, and holds a
currn; Sate Coriporation ci&Lrter Number in accordance wiic he
FloriCa Statcuts.

(*Thiis sonc.nce to be deleted by ArC.itct-l ineer if not apicabie.)









All interested firms whio have NOT qualified with the current biennium
(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, alial a firm to correct any deficiencies in evidence submitted.

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 (Division of
Building Construction at 904-400-5885).

The Bidder shall submit the required evidence of eligibility to the
Department of General Services, Division of Building Construction, 512
Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0974.

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

The. names of all bidders will be checked against the list of
contractors wno have prequalified in accordance with the
requirements of Article B-2.

RULE 13D-11.004 Bidder's Qualification Requirements and Procedures.
There are two steps in qualifying to perform general construction of
State projects administered by the Division of Building Construction:
(1) Prequaiification to Submit a Bid and (2) Prequalification For ATard
of te Contract.

(1) Prequaiifiiction to Submit a Bid; (Prequalification
requirements .p -%y: to ai bidders as well as potential bidders.)

(a) Requiremiients: -Each potential bidder will be prequaliiied to
participate in tWe bid process for a specific field or area of
const-rucion based on iis mrea of license or certification. In order to
be eligible c o submit a bid for construction, renovation, repairs,
modificiaions, demaoition or other work on a Division projec-, during the
currency cwo yier period (beginning on Ju-y 1 of each odd numbered year
and continuing ror a period of twentty-four months), a potential bidder
.must provide evidence oi t"e foilFcing qualifications biennially after
July 1, of each odd nuLmbered year, or at any cime during a specific
project's bidding period up to tile deadline specified in the bidding
docui,'ents or as otherwise es-abiished by cie Director of the Division for
:ood cause.









1. Current State Contractor license certification or registration
as required under Florida Statutes;

2. Current Corporate Charter registration, if the potential bidder
is a domestic (Florida) corporation, or authority to transact business if
the potential bidder is a foreign (non-Florida) corporation, as may be
required by Florida Law.

3. Any other provisions relating to the specific field or area of
construction set forth in the bidding documents. In each instance where
the bid documents set forth certain additional prequalification
requirements each potential bidder shall submit this prequali.ication
data to the Division of Building Construction as provided in the bid
documents.

4. Projects Requiring Specific Expertise: For projects that
require a contractor with specific expertise and experience, the Division
may state additional prequalification requirements relatingto
d'aonstraced performance of sicailar work of similar size and com.plelity
and the possession or availability of facilities or equirxent needed for
performance of tne work in addition to prequalification requirements in
accordance with conditions that will be established in the bidding
documents. The conditions may include a deadline date for submittal of
additional ?preualification data, which date will be earlier than the
deadline for suibission of bids. Bids will be accepted only from those
potential bidders iwho have prequaiified in accordance with this section
and the terms of the bidding documents.

(b) Each potential bidder will be notified of its eligibility or
ineliiibility to submit bids during the balance of the qualification
period for a specific field or area or construction. A firm will be
permitted ou correct preciualification deficiencies if proof of correction
is received five calendar days prior to the bid opening date or as
otherwise estabiisned by the Director of the Division for good cause.
Any bidder or potential bidder that is determined -co be ineligible
because of failure to provide evidence of the miniltui reluirei enis will
not be qualified to submit a bid and will be informed inwricing of the
deficiencies tt must be corrected to be considered for future projects.
Each potential bidder notified of its eligibility im-iy suhait a bid at
tue time and place designated in the bidding documents as long as the
bidder is qualify ied and eligible to perform the work required by the
bi3l;.in documents.









(2) Prequalification for Award of tie Contract;


(a) Requirauents: Any bidder who has submitted a bid must satisfy
the following requirements as judged by tne Division of Building
Construction in order to be eligible for award of the contract for
construction.

1. Satisfactory compliance with bid prequalification criteria.

2. M:ust have provided with the bid, a good faith deposit in the
amount of 5% of the bid by way of a bid bond from a surety insurer
authorized to do business in this State as surety or a certified check
accompanying the bid, such requirement shall be satisfied by the bidder
depositing in lieu of such certified check, a cashier's check,
treasurer's check or bank draft of any national or state bank.

3. On projects where the bid exceeds $100,000, must provide with
the bid or within torty-eight (48) hours of bid opening, evidence of
ability to provide tre necessary performance and payment bonds for the
project by providing a letter of intent to provide a 100% performance
bond and a 100% labor and material payment bond from a surety company
authorized to do business in the State of Florida by the Department of
Insurance, and meeting the financial and performance rating required by
the bidding documents.

4. ;-lust provide at any time prior to the division executing the
construction contract,-evidence of insurance in effect, equal to or
exceeding the limits required by the bidding documents.

5. Submittal of completed experience questionnaire and financial
statement on tne torm entitled, "Experience Questionnaire and
Contractor's Financial Statement", Form Number DBC-5005, incorporated
herein by reference. The effective date of this form will be the
erfeccive date of C.is section. ':he forI my be obtained by visiting or
wricing the C....;ttmant of General Services, Division of Building
Construction, 531 La~son Building, Tailah-assee, Florida 32399-0973. The
bidder's financial condition must demonstrate that adequate fixed and
li U d asses cnd equipment are available to proper periora Lilis
project Us fol's: The value of liquid i assets i-ust be no less than~ one-
twencieth of e Lie coun of the base bid. Liquid assets snall include
caso, stocks, bonds, oer-paid expenses and receivables, but not include
the value or iAuiipent.

5. Fa.niliarity v;ith local conditions Bidder must have hLd Ln
active orrice, or an ongoing project, for ,t least six mon'cis prior uo
bid dace .inicn is iccated within 300 road miles of the p'rojcucc since.









7. Work force Contractor must agree to perform no less than 15%
of the project construction work utilizing his own employees.

8. Firm experience DMust have successfully completed no less than
two projects of similar size and complexity within the last three years.

9. Supervisor Contractor must agree to provide field (on site)
supervision (through a named superintendent) of each of the general,
concrete forming and placement, masonry, mechanical, plumbing, electrical
and roofing trades, either through the use of his employees, or in the
instance of mechanical, plumbing and electrical trades through the use of
employees of the subcontractor. In addition, contractor shall assign and
name a qualified employee to provide scheduling direction to the entire
project. Supervisory employees (including field superintendents, foreman
and schedulers at all levels) must have been employed in a supervisory
leadershipp) capacity of substantially equivalent level on a similar
project for at least two years within the last five years. Contractor
shall include a resume of experience for each of those employees
identified by him to supervise each trade, and for scheduling, with his
submittal of the experience questionnaire. (Item 5 above).

10. Any other provisions the Division may set forth in the bidding
documents. ? 9

(b) The firm det ined by the Division of Building Construction co
iave subh'itted tne ioi, resonsivl! Lir...' v:. ;plete and submit the above
required qualiicaion daa wdin seven (7) calendar days zollowing tie
bid clT.;in, o be considered for tie award. All data suhbitted will be
evaluatedd by ict Division within fourteen calendar days -oliloiing receipt
and uce fiim will be judged as eitihr qualified or unqualified. Should
the bidder be judged unqualified "is bid will be rejected and the bidder
sulbiicting tUe next lowest responsive bid wil be given seven calendar
days co subiJt iuis %qualification data.

B-3 FA-I LIAIRIT'Y rIIT LAiS

The Bidder is Creuired co be :Cailiar with all Federal, State and Local
laws, ordinances, ruies aind regulations that in any imannsr a:fec-c thc
work. Ignorance on -ce iart oi the Bidder will in no wia relieve nim
frao resiponsibilit..









B-4 FLOPIDA PRODUCT. 2D 3MLABOR


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

B-5 2TAES

Although the Owner is not subject to the Florida Sales and Use Tax, any
Contractor who purchases materials and services which will be used in the
construction of State-owned buildings will not be exempted from the Tax
on these materials and services as evidenced by the following excerpt
from tile Florida Statutes:

"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 anployed
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 Ta;es on materials or .appliances that are
incorporated into and become a part of tue completed
Saproveent.

Federal Tax on Transportation of Property.

In every case of a purchase of materials to be incorporated in the work
wnich are subject to Federal Excise Tax, the Owner will furnish to the
Contractor c.; necessary Federal Excise Ta& o..,.,. Lion Certificate upon
receipt of a copy or the supplier's invoice showin% the item or items,
the net price, and Federal Excise Tax separately.

The Didcder shall a ai:e these factors into consideration in preparing his
proposal, includin- eiein tue cost of toh State Sales Tax and Use Tax
on .iaterials, but .cluding tie cost of those taxes not applicable.



Based upon Applicacion for Payment subiCIed to Lne Arciitect-Engineer by
the Contractor an2cd C-rtificates for Payiment issued by tne Architect-
n-ineer, the Owner sGla.. make inontnil progress payiLents to the
Con-ractor as provide in .. '--


K/6,- ,7 J ( `









B-7 BIDDII EG JOCU ENTS


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.

B-E l._i ....l.

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 wijat sums he will add to (or deduct from) his Base Bid.

8-9 ADDED

In case the Architect-nigineer 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 or written
Addenda to the Bidding Documents which will be delivered or mailed to all
prospective Bidders.

B-10 INTERPpRlTATIO OF BIDDI,.1NG DOCUL:.E TS

1No interpretation of the meaning of tne Drawings, Specifications or other
Bidder Documents and no correction of any apparent ambiguity,
inconsistency or error therein will be made to any Bidder orally. Every
request ror such interpretation or correction should be in writing,
addressed o the h rchit,ct-Engineer. All such interpretations -;nd
su;:pietncal inscrLuction wiil be in the fLorm of written Addcenda to *chO
Bidding .:"^u.^^."

Only thce i.-.- :icrion or correction so given by thLe Arcnitect--En'-ineer
in writing sil.l bI binding, and prospective Bidders are advised that no
other source is auchorized to give information concerning, or to u;-:1iin
or incerpruL, the Biidding Docuaients.

-.E-3. : T....CJ F BIDDING iX)C,,TOUL S AUD SITE OF '..RK

SidCdrs are r~euired, before subiitting their proposals, Co visit th
si-e of che proposed world and completely fa-iliiiarize Lhemlselvs ,:icii -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 Docunents to inform themselves
thoroughlyregarding any and all conditions and requir-ements that icay in
any manner affect tie work.

8-12 BASIS FOR BIDDIiG TPJDE aiES

For clarity of description and as a standard of comparison, certain/
equipment, materials, etc., have been specified by at least two trade A,1 C-"
names or manufacturers. To ensure a uniform basis for bidding, the
Bidder saall base his Proposal on the particular system, equiTpent or 7C^ lf)
material specified. After the contract is let, other equipment, 7
materials, etc., as manufactured by other manufacturers may be accepted CA c~~e,
only if, in the opinion of the Architect-Engineer, same is equivalent in
quality and workmanship and will perform its intended purpose -l
satisfactorily.

B-13 BID GUAPANTEE

NOTICE: A bid guarantee is only required when the base bid amount
exceeds $100,000.

Bids shall be accompanied by a bid guarantee of not less than five (5)
percent of the amount of tie bid, which may be a certified check, a
cashier's check, treasurer's check, bank draft or Bid Bond made payable
to tiie Owner. Suci check or Bid Bond snall be subii-c'ced wia tche
underscandinq that it shall guarantee that the Bidder will not withdraw
ais bid ror a period of forty (40) days after the scheduled closing tL~ie
for -ie receipt of bids; that if his bid is accepted, he will encer into
a written contract with the Owner in accordance with mne form or
ayreeiient included as a part of the Contract Documents, and that the
required Perfor;mance Dond and Labor and :-ac iial Payment Bond will be
, iven; and tut in the event of cae withdrawal of said bond within said
period, or ar~iure to n-cer into said Agreement and .ive said bonds
within ten (10) day-s after he has received notice of acceptance of his
bid, t;e Bidder shall Lbx liable to the Owner for the full a.iounc o- th.
bicd ,uarantee as representing the damage to thie Owner on account or cth
default of the Bidder in any particuiart hereof. Mie Bid 3onds or checks
shall be returned to all except the cwest itwo bidders afterr the forrial
openinJ or bids. '.. rciaininy 3id Bonds or checks will b. returned to
Lte two lowest bidders after tae Owner and the accepted bidder nave
eZecuced ce recentt an eror. .m"anIce Sond anF Labor ian, aerial
Paynnt Son,; ha~ve baen approved by Whe Owner. If the required Arc..aent
and Bonds :.aveu not been e-ecuced within fort y (40) days crteir ce 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 o hiis bid prior to the date of such request.

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

B-14 SUEJCTY COMPANIES ACCEPTABLE JTO DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES

To be acceptable to the Department of General Services as Surety for Bid
Bonds, Performance Bonds and Labor and Mlaterial Payment Bonds, a Surety
Caupany shall comply with the following provisions:

1. The Surety Company shall have a currently valid Certificate of
Authority, issued by uhe State of Florida, Department of Insurance,
authorizing it to write surety bonds in the State of Florida.

2. The Surety Company shall have currently valid Certificate of
Authority issued by the United States Department of Treasury under
Sections 9304 to 9308 of Title 31 of the United States Code.

3. The Surety Comipany shall be in full compliance with the provisions of
the Florida Insurance Code.

4. The Surety Coimrparny snail have at least twice the minimuiii surplus and
capital required by the Florida Insurance Code at the time he
invitation to bid is issued.

5. If the Contract Award Amount exceeds $500,000, the Surety Company
shall also comply w;itih the following provisions.

A. The Surety CoLmpany shall have at least the following inimauIi
ratings in tle latest issue of Best's Key Rating Guide.

POL ICY 2IUIRED
HOLDER'S I .'"CIL
fl......'..... .C.,'f; .,ir C:TI.

$ 500,000 TO 1,000,000 A CLzSS IV
1,000,000 O 2,500,000 A CLASS V
2,500,000 10 5,000,000 A CLASS VI
5,000,000 '0 10,000,000 A CLASS VII
10,000,000 iO 25,0,00,000 A CLAS VI
25,000,000 TO 50,000,000 A S
530, 00,00D c, 75,0 re A 5L-S, ou o .1









B. 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 being reinsured shall be deducted in
determining the limitation of the risk as prescribed in this
section. These minimum requirements shall apply to the reinsuring
carrier providing authorization or approval by the State of Florida,
Department of Insurance to do business in this state have been met.

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

B-15 LISTILS OF SUBCONTRaCTCOR

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

The' Owner reserves the riyht to reject the bid of a.ny contractor wo1
liscs u subconctactor not certified and/or registered by tne Stace to
perform che work of his trade if such certif ication or registration is
required for che crade by Florida Laws.

After public openin. and reading of proposals, tne listing of sub-
coctractors subitted bji the ;a parentt low3 BidCer will be read publicC-y.
The listings of ocUe.r bidder will be returned.

No cizange snaill be made in the list of subcontractors, before or t;ftcr
the CaVarc of cor.ctr ui ,.. crL to in .oricinrI ,. c Owner.









B-15A Subcontractor Data


Within 2 working days after bid opening, the apparent low bidder shall
submit -ie the A/E the following for each subcontractor.

1. Corporate Charter Number. (If applicable).

2. License Number.

3. Narne of record license holder.

4. .;:.,,l. nam e, address and phone number for listed subcontractors.

5. All information required in Section E-10, minority Contractors.

B-16 X? Pf.,TTCI AND SUBMISSION OF BIDS

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

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

Afrer the bid is opened should the OwnXer request same. each bidder shall
submic a list of and brief description of similar work satisfaccorily
coiileted witi location, date of contracts, *cocether with names a~nd
addresses of CXOners.

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

3-17 DID .iODIFICMTIOH

Bid modification \:ill be accepted fron Bidders, if addressed as indica-c
in Advertis4a.ent for Sids and it received prior to tie opening of bids.
INo bid csxificaticn will be :cc,' .: .: c.,.e of bidding has teen
:announced. .odricacions .... lra o- in onor writcn or printed
form. Codirict.ions siall be subh;lia' d in se-?arae sealed envelopes or
Sbe writcen or printed on tLe outside of chi sealed bid envelope. ll
bid modifications 1ust be signed b n au-choried :.~.resentacive of th
i3iddLr. lodificacions will be rea by Oner or ^rchritect- n i,- :ac prior
co opning for..al bids.









3-10 ~WITI-DRJWAL 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 DISJCUALIFICATION OF BIDDERS

Iore than one bid frca 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 saae work will cause the rejection of all proposals
in which such Bidders are believed to be interested.

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 tie time fi.e; for the opening of bids, their contents will be made
public for the information of Bidders and others interested who may be
present.

3-21 DISnU2LIFI CAUTION OF BIDS

Any or ail proposals will be rejected if there is reason to believe tilac
collusion exists aaong tie Bidders and no participants in sucn collusion
will be considered in Yuture proposals for the same work.

Falsizicacion o.- any .;_. mnlde on tLe contractor's bid proposal will be
deed a; i.at'rCiai irregularity and will be .rounds, at the Owne-r'
option, for rejection.

3-22 D.U JECTICDi OF SIDS

The Owner reserves tch ri-jht to reject any and all bids when :,suC
rejection is in the interosu ox cie Stite of Florida, and to rejecc nt
proposal of bidder vjuo the Owvner determines is not in a position -o
T'perform, t.u Con cadct tnd to rneotiate cie contract in accordance witci its
Puie 13D-11.002 L e io. ..iuiified bid exceeds the project construction
bu-3jeCt.









13-23 BID PITYVTZSTS, POI?1TS OF 12-T1M


Any actual or prospective qualified bidder who disputes the terms and
conditions of tne bid solicitation or contract award reconmendation must
file with the Executive Director of the Department of General-Services,
133 Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32399; and Division Director,
Division or Building Construction, Departcent of General Services, 531
Larson Building, Tallanassee, Florida 32399:

(1) A written notice of protest within seventy two (72) hours after
receipt by mail or other delivery of the agency decision or
intended decision, including but not limited to receipt of the bid
solicitation, or if the decision or intended decision is made knom
by posting, within 72 hours after the beginning of the posting
period.

(2) A formal written protest by petition in compliance with Rule 13-
4.12, Florida Acdministrative Code, and Section 120.53(5) within ten
(10) days after the date on which he filed the notice to protest.

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 sucn waiver. Any notice of protest or petition filed
prior to agency notice of its decision or intended decision given
by posting, mail or other delivery, snail be considered abandoned
unless renewed during the time for protests described above.

:.OTE Should the Olner not be able to post the recabmendation for
tie contract award by 12:00 Noon on thie third work day following
;ch day of the bid opening, tiin each bidder will be notified of
the contract award recoiiic-ndation by certified mail, return receipt
r ues ced.



The ZL.ecuaive Direccor or the e.parteint of General Services, State of
Floidca, rwill act on te recoiJ~icndaLion for contract a 'ard aftr
xpiration of the seventy-two hour posting, period described in Section
2-23 providc.d tha-c no procusts u reeceived during dce posLinr~ period.

The rcor-;iiLencdaioGn or contract ..,;ard discussed in Sections 8-2 and D-23
will be Lor the qualified bidder subiiitting the iowest bid provided his
bid is responsible ..nd it is in i-Ae best interest or th- Oaner co accept
ic. 'I' ,.uauifi.ed biddr suhai-cin tie liesz bid --i b chat bidder
.:o .s1 sui.icced cie .loest :ice for d-e base bid, or the base bid plus
additive ci ernates or less deduciv,~e alternates, taken in t. numerical









order listed in the bid documents in an amount determined by the Owner.
The order of the alternates may be accepted by the O;ner. The order of
the alternates may be accepted by the Owner in any sequence so long as
such acceptance does not a later 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 Azreement will only be entered into with responsible contractors, and
found to be satisfactory by the Owner. qualified b.- experience and in a
tinancidi 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.

B-25 NOTICE TO SECURE AND PAY FOR UTILITY CONNECTIONS
INTICE TO PROCEED TO I3OBILIZE ON SITE
AMD TO PROCEED WITiH CONSTRUCTION
TIE: OF COLIPLETION AND LIQUIDATED DAI.AGES

The contract will be issued to the Contractor after it is signed. At
that time, the Contractor will be given a nz ice to pay all required
connection fees from all agencies supplying utilities to the project.
The Contractor shall not pay for or secure any other periais accept as
provided herein.

The Contractor is allcu~ed thirty (30) days froi the time of this notice
to pay for those required utility connections, if sucii connection `,,s
&re required before construction can start.

Local building p-eiics zre not required, haiever special p ci-cs such cs
tree removal, water r 21ianajement District, Dept. of Environmeintiil
Regulation, sep-ic t.nk, eic. m:.y be necessary before construction Ccin
s-c;rt. I, f additional inme is required, the Contractor will request
approval of a c,;e e-.tL-nsion for good cause for che purpose or obtaining
any p-nrmi re uirad :prior -o coiLaaencinj construction on t'e site. Ph n,1c

Upon p yin for awl ruired conncacions and securing Lhe State -u ill -
Perniit iie (u'cr-r.c-cor ziill nocif e Arcnitect-Engineer and the O;ner.
Ti'-tNtice to Proceed to u.obilize on site and t1o proceed wit
cons-crucxion will ithn be issued by the Owner.

'2ae work to be or.ued under Loiis contract snall bhe coiiiencc /itin
cen (10) calend c ys ats r das cf Notice to Proceed to .obilLe on
Site andc o ?roLeed w.ic Consiruction, l tre substantially -.....i_.?
iin calendar days after che date of this ,oice -C
Proced, and siall i finall ca.iplated within _calndar
,.L.s .Ler ci-e ~a o; subs-anci.L completion.









Inasmuch as failure to complete the project within the time fi.;ed in
Article 4 of the Areiement will result in substantial injury to -ne
Owner, and as damages arising froma 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 iArticle 03 of the Agreenent, or within such furthe-r Zae,
if any, as in accordance with the provisions of the Contract DocumLents
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 ($ )
for each and every calendar day elapsing between the date fixed for
substantial completion in Article 4 of the Agreement and the date such
substantial canpletion 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 Documnents, 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 Owvner under the provisions of
Article 14 of ite General Conditions, and shall not exclude dtie recovery
of damages by the Oner under other provisions of the Contract Docrents,
except tor Contractor's delay.

This provision of liquidated drCamages for delai snail in no manner tifeact
the Ow;nerss right to carninate the contract as provided in Article 14 of
the General Conditions or elsewhere in the Contract Documents. The
Owner's exercise of the rijgh t t- e;rminate shall not release the
Contractor rrom his obligation to pay said liquidated damages in the
aaiouncs set out in A.rticle 4.3 of this Acm:,ini .

It is further agreed that the Owner may deduct, from the balance
retained by the Owr.ner, under the provisions of Article 4 of the
Agreement, the liquidatcd damages stipulated therein or in Article 4.3 of
t-e Arcmeant as tie case m.ay be, or such portions thereof as the said
retained balan.c. will cover.

D-2G N7JAEFITICT2S

If tie cuontracor ,-pl~oys agarencices on the project, the behavior of ihe
contractor and anc O,,ner snail be governed by Lte provisions or Chapter
;*4G, Florida Scacutes, ,nd by iaplicable standards and policies governingg
arentice prorcm3s end c.r ..... : asutbliseed bi mte Division of LJbor
of the Stace of Flo:ida Depar m.,ent of Labor .nid E.-lointent Securityi. The
contractor will inc.udce a provision sL1:il r- to tle toregoing Sentence in
each subcontract.







B-27 PEPMITS AND SPECIAL REOUIREIIE NTS


A. Permits

For the purpose of the contract, permits will be required as follows:


1. State Building Permit -


2. Connection Fees -
and Other Permits






(A P(L<
1 ^7


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

This permit shall be obtained at no cost
from the Design Review and Permitting
Section, Division of Building Construction.
The Building Permit includes any special
trade permits, such as plumbing,
electrical, mechanical or other internal
systems.

The Building Permit is for construction and
inspection of tne building and does not
include other types of permits, State or
otherwise. The Building Permit does not
include the cost of any required utility
connection fee as indicated below.

NOTE: Local building permits are not
required.


The Contractor shall include as part of the
base bid proposal the cost of all of tne
below listed connection fees and permits.

NOTE: Architect-Engineer shall list all
fees and special permits that must
be obtained by the Contractor. This
includes connection fees and all
others. List each and every permit,
connection-fee, tap fee, etc.,
required for completion of the work
in conjunction with the name,
address and phone number of the
responsible issuing authority.


B. Special Requirements Threshold Building Inspections:


20,







This building IS, IS NOT a threshold
building as defined in Section
553.71 (6) F.S. and requires special
inspections. (See E-10 for shoring
drawings requirements on Threshold
Buildings).

(The Architect/Engcineer shall
indicate whether or not this is a
threshold building.)


B-23 REOUIREMENTS FOR OBTAINING STATE BUILDING PERMIT

The Contractor must provide the following information to the Design
Review and Permitting Section prior to obtaining the State Building
Permit.

1. Two (2) sets of permitting plans and specifications with all addenda
enclosed with each set. All plans and specifications shall be
signed by contractor; and signed, sealed, and dated by the
Architect/Engineer of record.

(NOTE: These documents may be sent prior to sending the Building
Permit Application.)

2. The completed State Building Permit Application.

Send Information To:

Administrator
Design Review and Permitting Section
Division of Building Construction
Department of General Services
Room 512 Larson Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0974

904/480-0220

















21,









7 0 ,.,-I ,i.... ,*.1Tf T' .1* P"_!T' .... I T fY T ."I,, T.
Submit to: AdiMinstrator
Design Review and Permitting Section
Division of Euilding Construction
Department of General Services
Room 512 Larson Euilding
ll.,......... Florida 32399-0974





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PEIJECT LOCATION:

,LUILl-MG SIZE Sq. ft. or construction cost:


(NCrae)


(A-d.ress)


I.


c. .3-': ;y'J ,v':I TYPE;

: '.., building

Addi tion

li:novt i on


ST DOINGS 7 D .'I .' .. 'ITONS FOR
Jci icCcions :t .'r, n 7Led, and dcatec
si' .c...! :l. chne Contractor) :?Lease check -
.. .. ..,4


-'.'"-' (2 :sets cf lans ... nd
by th,_i ...\.rchiciact/;'uine ' ,," i... bo ;.


i cs and spiecificions areL include' uic.i is -iic tion.

P-lns nd ;ci2 iications ere previously s ni co the DCsin
_r^viu,;; ;nic: LParai~iiting Deccion.







SECTION C
PROPOSAL FOPMR


SUBUiIT IN TRIPLICATE ON

CONTRACTOR' S LETTERHEAD


DATE:

TIME:


TO: State of Florida
Department of General Services
Division of Building Construction






Gentlemen:

The undersigned, hereinafter called "Bidder", having visited the site of
the proposed project and familiarized himself with the local conditions,
nature and extent of the work, and having examined carefully the
drawings, specifications, the Form of Agreement, and other Contract
Documents with the Bond Requirements therein, proposes to furnisn all
labor, materials, equipment and other items, facilities, and services for
the proper execution and completion of (Name and Address of
Project) (Project No.) in
full accordance with the drawings and specifications prepared by the firm
of (Nat.ae and Address of Architect-Engineer) in full
accordance with the advertisement for bids, Instruction to Bidders,
Agreement and all other documents relating thereto on file in the office
of tne 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
aze submitted in accordance with the drawings and specifications.


Alternate No. 1 Add or -.;Cucc $
Alternate No. 2 Addu or Deduct $
2l?!ernate io. 3 Add or Deduct $


~_*


*(GVE snail ,ive brief description of each alternate and note whether add
or deduce.)




S23







(To be used only if unit prices are applicable and approved by Project
Director)

If more or less work is required than that qualified by the
specifications and drawings, the following unit prices shall be
applicable:

EX&APLE

1. Piling

a. Additional Piles $ each

b. Cost or Credit per lineal
foot of piling driven $ foot

c. Add load tests $ test

(Architect-Engineer shall tailor unit prices in proposal as required by
project needs and amplify unit price requirements in Section I and
Technical Sections.)

(If requirement is not deleted per Section H-9 of the Conditions of the
contract), enclosed is certified check, cashier's check, treasurer's
check, bank draft or Bid Bond in the amount of not less than five (5)
percent of the 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 forcy
(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, (if requirement is not deleted per
Section IH-9 of the Conditions of the Contract), 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 tae amount or 100Z or the accepted bid, the form of which is
sh wn on Pages 84 through 07 of the Conditions of the Contract and
terms of which shall fully comply with Section 255.05, Florida
Statutes. The Bidder further agrees that in the event of the
eB..z -is' default or breach of any of the agreements of this
pr :j ..1, hiie said b:i .1 forfeitedd as liquidated



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NOTICE: Base bids and contracts less than $100,000 are not required to
have a bid guarantee or a Performance Bond or a Labor and
material Payment Bond.

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

Addendum No. Dated
Addendun 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 SUBCONTR'iCTOPR FOKJ


LIST OF SUBCQONTPCORS


(To be suhuitted on the Bidder's lettae.aci, pl.c.i: in Za sealed envelope
and attached to Contractor's proposal.)
DATE:

TEIS LIST IS AITTACIED TO, AMD IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE BID SUBMITTED
BY:

(Bidder to insert his full naae, street address, city, and state.)

FOR '1E COiSTIUCTICN OF:

(Architect-Engineer to insert Title of Projec't, Location & State
Project Nrumber)

THE UNDERSIGNED, HEREINAFTER CALLED "BIDDER", LISTS BELOW THE NAIIE OF
EACH SUBCONTRACTOR WHO WILL PERFORM THE PHASES OF TlE WORK INDICATED.
FAILURE OF THE BIDDER TO SUPPLY SUFFICIENT INFORMATION TO ALLOW
VERIFICATION OF THE CORPORATE, AND DISCIPLINE LICENSE STATUS OF THE
SUBCCa-'RAI.dMR LAY DEEM MIIE BID AS BEING NCO-RESPONSIVE.


SUBCONTPRACT


NA E OF SUBCONTRACTOR


(name)


(Name)


(Ncane)


(Uamne)


(Arcnhiect-: nuineer, which Project Director's approval, shall insert
applicable subconcract designations limited co cnose which require State
Licensing b; subcontractoM: discipline *pursui.an co Florida SLctute Chaptor
'SD (i.e. S-Ct ecal, ,ootin9, mechanical, pool, Plunlbingj and
,l&ctrrical). .No otiier subcontcrac designation s.ail be included without
,ie ,rresse ,ritten consent or: hie Cons~i-uction Planning und Design
.. -(,nager


(Sinacure)









SXCTION E
INiSTRUCTION TO CONTRPCTORS


E-1 PERFORMANCE BOND AMD LABOR AI D MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND

NOTICE: A Performance Bond and a Labor and Material Payment Bond are
required only when the Contract Award Amount exceeds $100,000.

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 Resident Agent. Form of bond
shall be as prescribed in these specifications.

The cost of tne 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 that 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 shcxing the date of appointment and enumeration of powers of the
person executing the Bond is accompanied by a certification tnat 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
tile iDunds siISl b, sl> a.'. 3ii^ 3t" s the Agreement.

77-2 IECUTIOU7 OF J\GRBEENT AND LD A DS

Aureeiatenz Between OI;ner anid Contractor

The Conztactor snail execute all required forms of the agreement and
return within ten (10) days of their receipt. Failure to return all
tori s correcc-Cl executed within ten (10) days of receipt, without written
extension by the Owner otherwise, shall constitute an irregularity .and
deemed Jrounds, at the Owner's option, for rejection and forfeiture or
the Bid DeLosic or &t the Owner's option, for the deduction on a dcay-for-
daj basis croioi t:e time allotted for co Qpletion of the work under 'Xruicie
B-25.

If cne Concraccor is a rirm or Company owned by an individual, the
agreement snail be ueecuted in tile natme of rnle irm or company b-y the
,anual sinacure or cne individual or sole proprietor.

If tie Co.ncracor is a Prctnrs1lip, Che agreement shall be ue.cuted in
aie na_.i or -ie :rcn;nersip by tne iunuci signature of p-artner or
Itf LIC- 8









If tne Contractor is a corporation, the agreement shall be executed in
the nane 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 himi 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 inay 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 Agreemient.

E-3 CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE

The Contractor shall not commence any work in connection with this
Agreement until he has obtained all of tite following types of insurance
and such insurance has been approved by the Ownor, nor snall the
Contractor allow any subcontractor to coaimence work on his subcontract
until all similar insurance required of the subcontractor has been so
obtained and approved. All insurance policies shall be with insurers
qualified and doing business in Florida through an authorized licensed
Flurida Resident Agent.

"orker's Compensation Insurance

The Contractor snall take out and maintain during the life of this
Agreement, Worker's Comaipensation Insurance for all of nis ,mL:?loyees
connuectd wit'h toe work of this project and, in case any work is sublet,
,iie Contraccor snall require the subcontractor similarly to provide
Worker's Coimensation Insurance for all of t-e latter's employees unless
such employees are covered by the protection afforded by the Contrac-or.
Such insurance snail comply fuily witn the Florida Worker's compensation
law. In case any class of employees engaged in hazardous work under this
contract at tne site of tne project is notc protected under -oo WVorker's
Compensation stact L, the Contractor shall provide, and cause each
subcontractor to provide, adequate insurance, satisfactory to te C aner,
-or c;e *p'ro-ection of 'is ,,employees not otherwise protected.









Contractor's Public Liability and Property Da,,iage Insur-ace

The'Contractor shall take out and maintain during the life or tnis
Agreeilent CO. P'"77:SL.SIVE GENERAL LIABILITY AND COriPRSSIV' 7iJTO1UCB3ILE
LIABILITY INSURANCE as shall protect him from claims for damiage for
personal injuc,, 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 ainount of such insurance stall be the
minimUtia limits as follows:


(1) CON'TRACOR'S CO2PCRHENSIVE GENERAL
LIABILITY C7OVEcJES, BODILY IiUURY
& PROPERTY DA -1GE


(2) AUTOi'.BILE LIABILITY
COVYERaES, BODILY INJURY
& PROPERTY DAA-GE


$300,000.00
Eachi Occurrence,
Combined Single


$100,000.00
Each Occurrence,
Combined Single
LiLmit


Insuring clause for both BODILY INJURY AND PROPERTY :.:' .G2 shall be
amended to provide coverage on an CJCCJL"- 'I BASIS.

Subcontractor's Public Liability and Property D:ixame In-surance

The Contractor shall require each of his subcontractors to procure nd
maintain during che life of this subcontract, insurance or r-e t.pe
specified &bove and insure the activities of his subcontractors in iis
policy, as s'pcified above.

Ojner's and Contractor's Proteccive Licbiilit I.rsura..nc.

The Concractor shall procure and furnish and Ovwner's and Contractor's
Frotiaccive Liability Insurance Policy with the following minimu;; limits;


:ODILY i,:JURY LIABILITY &
PROPERTY DI"X SE LIA ILITY


$300,000.00 Each Occurrence,
Combined Sinjie LiLit


Tiie Conur-:ctor'- Liability Policy shall provide "XCU" cov.... for .hose
classic tions in which tiy ;,re applicable.


"' 7tJ" (ThIou ionjr 11 C~oil S mce. t~drfij:ci~ round 7 D~l;)









Broad Form Pro.erty Damage Coverage. Products and Co.lenzeed OQerations
Coverages

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

Contractural Liability-Work Contracts

The Contractor's Liability Policy snail 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 4.1S of the referenced AIA General Conditions is
hereby revised to include the following statement.

The Contractor siall invoice both the Owner and the Arcnitect-Engineer
for ten dollars ($10.00) upon notice that he has been awarded the
contract on the foras shown in Section O hereinafter. Said ten dollars
($10.00) front the O,/ner and the Architect-Engineer is given in exchange
for the Contractor giving the Owner and the Arcnitect-Engineer the
indemnification provided above in accordance with Article 4.10 of tie AIA
General Conditions wuiicn form a part of the Contract Documiaens.

Builders' Risk Coverage

The Contractor sh iil secure ,nd maintain during ie lifei of t-is Contract
a "Builder's Risk Policy", All Risks Fori, and issued on a completed
valued basis. Installation Floaters and other Inland Mlarine Forms iim be
utilized where applicable and are in the best interest of the State of
Florida.

The Owner saall be furnished proof of coverage of insurance as follois:

Certificate of Insurance

Certificate of Insurance Forms (see Section L, page LC) will be furnished
by tcie Owner with contract documents. 'These shall be completed, signed
byh the authorized licensed 1Resident Agent end returned wo cire oice o of
tie Division of Buildiny Constructiun. T..--C certificates shall be dated
and sii:









(1) The name of the insured contractor, che specific job by
naie and job number, the name or cth insurer, the nuaiber
of the policy, its effective cate, and its termination
date.

(2) Statement that the Insured will mail notice to the O.ner
and a copy to the Architect-`hmgineer at least thirty (30)
days prior to any material changes in provisions or
cancellation of the policy.

LOSS DEDUCTIBLE C-LAUSE

The State of Florida shall be r ::e:;it from, and in no way liable for, any
Ssums of money which may represent a deductible in any insurance policy.
Ti The payment or such deductible shall be the sole responsibility of the
General Contractor and/or Subcontractor providing sucn insurance.

E-4 PROGRESS S-CHEDULE FOR PROJECTS IT CONSTRUCTION COST BELOr
$5,000,000.00

Within thirty (30) days after the date of the Owner's issuance of a
STNotice to Proceed, the Contractor shall prepare and submit to the
S_--~rchitecir-iineer a construction schedule in quadruplicate ;rapaically
Sdepicting the activities contemp-.lated to occur as a necessary incident to
performance of the work required to oupjl.ete the Project, sowiny their
sequence in which cao Contractor proposes for each such activity t*-ooccur
and th duration (dates of co.ii~incomient and co.:,letion, respectively) of
Each such activ icy.

At least once each ;;ontn, the Architecc-ngiineer shall determine whe'cher
the construction schedule develocad and submitted by che Contractor meets
the require-ments stated above and whether the pr-ogress of the work:
co.,.: 'lid it-h '& e Contracuor's schedule. Failure of lthi Contractor to
develop and sun,biit a construction schedule as aforesaid shall b.
sufficient .rounds for the _rchiitect-Eniineer to find the Concractor in
substantial d.uit cnd certify to the Oi-ner that sufficient c!use eL;ists
to tcr'ina.i'L ,_ cncrl act or Co withhold any payment.

Followin. developnt aind r3ubiittal of -the cons-truction schedule as
aforesaid, ch~ Contraccor shail, at tie end of each calendar imonith
occurring threaLfer during. the period or tima required to t finally
co.plt tco ,ubjecct p ~-ject, or at such earlier i-ntrvis as
circru:&;L;tancc-3 ;i. require, t:rpdate and/or revise tcle cons-crx:t ion schedule
to io;' t, actut-l o.- of trco work ]e"formed and -ct. occurrence of
ail v.-vcnus w.ici. nave ar.ct C.d, tie P'ro;ress of :eLrrcrmance of -ihe 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 suh:itted prior to suaiittal of each
such monthly update and revision. Each such update and/or revision to
the construction schedule shall be subfmitted 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 wnich would justify the ,i niin. to the Contractor of an
extension of the Contract Time pursuant to the provisions of Article 3 of
the AIA General Conditions wuich form a part of the Contract Documents,
the Contractor shall be entitled to receive only such an extension or
Contract Time as is adeermined by the Arcicitect-Engineer to be due the
Contractor as follows:

a. In the event che currently approved Contractor's schedule
indicates caopletion ahead or the contractually established
date tor substantial completion, tne time extension to the
contract shall on!. be determined, when t.e total time
direccliy afrectinY tme critical path of the schedule is added
to the end di.te of cte schedule thereby making a new end date
beyond tie contractual completion date, as the time between
the contraccua. completion date and the new schedule end date.

b. In the event the currently approved Contractor's schedule
indicates cao-letion ait or cf ter tie contractually established
date for substance~ completion, Whe time e ension snali only
be added co tae con traccuaily established date ror ,tie
substantial c..-.iercion and snail be determined by the
Arcitcoec-Engineer .is the 1 ortion of delay time directly
ariecling cie critical path of the current '.-proved contract
schedule.









E-5 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND RECUIREJM- TS FOR OVERTIME WORK FOR PROJECTS
WITHI 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 comtaemplated 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 comm encaement 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
Arcaitect/Engineers, 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 suhbitted by
the Contractor meets the requirements st..,.I 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.

Foljowing 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
circutastances may require, u dbtb and/or revise the construction schedule
to sn'w cae actual progress of the work performed and the occurrence of
all events wnich 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 wich tne planned progress of
performance ot such work, as depicted on the original construction
schedule and all updates and/or revisions chereto as reflected in the
updaced and/or revised construction schedule last submitted prior to
subilit-tal of each such monthiy u'.iLi. 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
airoresaid shall be sufficient grounds for the Arcnitect-'Engineer to find
the Concr-accor in substantial default and certify to the Owner -hat









sufficient cause exists to terminate the Contract or to withhold payment
to the Contractor until a schedule or schedule update acceptable to the
zrchitect-Engineer is submitted.

The Contractor shall have the option of scheduling a substantial
completion dace occurring earlier than the date es-ablished by the
Contract Documents for substantial completion; provided, however, in sucn
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 wnich would justify the granting to the Contractor of an
extension of the contract tiae pursuant to the provisions of Article 3 of
the AIA General Conditions whicn 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 :s follows:

In the event the currently approved Contractor's scliedule 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 ihe contractual completion date, as the
time between the contractual completion date and the new schedule end
date.

b. In the event the currently approved contractor's schedule indicates
co..ieltion at or after the contractually escablisned date for
substantial completion, the time extension snall only be added to the
contractual y 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 v7I'I!CiTIO.: CF (T2Zr''S SURVEY DATA

Prior to co,~mencing any excavation or grading, the Contractor shall
satisfy himself as to e accuracy of all survey data as indicated in
tese plans ind specifications and/or as provided by the Owner. Should
clh Contractor discover any inaccur;,ciess,:rrors, or omissions in the
surv e data, .i silall ihiediateli notify che Architect-Engineer in order









that proper adjustments can be anticipated and ordered. Coiiacencement by
the Contractor of any excavation or grading shail be held as an
acceptance of the survey data by him af-ter which time the Contractor has
no claim a&yinl.- the Owner resulting fran 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.

Ten~orary 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 .o
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
snail be properly ind clearly labeled with the maximLumr voltage and fuse
protection.

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

TAll devices snail be properly grounded.

Storage and Work Areas

At the start of the operations the Contractor shall make arrangements
wica tile Arciii-ect-Enyineer's field representative and the Owner's
representative for the assignment of storage and work areas. During
construction *i_ Contractor shall maintain tie areas in a neat condition.

Contractor's Field Offices

Trailers iac be used for ieald offices, but their use as living quarters
for personnel shall be liiiced to one staff member such as a night
watcimidn or a superintendent.

additional instructions regarding Construction Facilities are set forth
in tne Section entiited "Sipecial Conditions".









E-8 PROJECT DPAWINGS-COPIES FURNISHED TO CONTRACTORS


The Arciitect-Engineer will provide the Contractor with ten (10) se-s of
drawings and 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-CITANGES

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

E-10 THRESHOLD BUILDINGS SHIORIE- AND RESTORING PLANS AND
STRUCTURAL INSPECTION NOTIFICATION

For threshold buildings as defined in Section 553.71(6), Florida
Statutes, the Contractor shall provide to the Design Review and
Permitting Section, Division of Building Construction, one (1) set 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.

Additionally, the Contractor snall 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 the "Inspection Plan"
provided by others and who will also inspect the snoring and restoring
cons-ruction for confomiance to the shoring and restoring plans.

The Contractor shall riotif_ the Special Inspector no less than twentcy-
four (24) hours in advance to permit scruccural inspections by him before
the work is covered up. These inspections shall occur at times indicated
in the Inspection Plan and at any ocheir time as necessary to ensure
confori:ance uo the contract docuien-us. Section E-10A describes the
contractor's financial responsibility for reinspections ...nI cov.ed co
work 'hac must be uncovered for inspection.









E-10A INSPECTIONS ALL PROJECTS


Except for special structural inspections of threshold buildings, as
described in Paragraph E-10, all projects will require detailed code
compliance inspections during the construction phase in disciplines
- "\ determined by the Owner. These disciplines normally include, but are not
necessarily limited to, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and
general building.

Inspection personnel will be provided by the Owner. Names, addresses,
phone numbers of the inspectors will be provided to the Contractor by
the Design Review and Permitting Section.

The Contractor shall notify the appropriate inspectorss, no less than 24
hours in advance, that the work is ready for inspection and before the
work is covered up. Work not inspected and approved prior to cover-up
shall be uncovered for inspection when directed by the Design Review and
Permitting Section. All time and costs for uncovering and reconstruction
shall be borne by the Contractor.

All inspections shall be made for conformance with the applicable
building codes.

Cost for all reinspections of work found defective and subsequently
repaired snall be borne by the Contractor.

The following information is included as a guide to the Contractor to
assist hin, in determining the type and frequence of inspections. The
list is noc complete but is provided only as a guide:

XMIIPLES OF INSPECTION SCHEDULES


General building Inspections


These inspections will include areas such as roofs, curtain walls,
windows and other glass, door cypes and installations, handicapped
requirements, and structural ror non-threshold buildings, including -he
foll( ing:

Foundation Inspection: After excavation is completed, forms erected, and
rein:orcing steei placed.

iReinrorcing Inspection: To be made a fcr any reinforcin, sz; -= is in
P-L^Ce .-^ ; :.-^ <, :- iz CC^.









Fraiie Insaection: To be made at each floor level and after all frwaincg,
furring and bracing are in place and the plumbing and electrical work
area roughed in.

Electrical Inspections:

< 1. RouIgn-in inspection which h is made after the roof, framing and
bracing is in place but prior to the installation of wail or
ceiling. Inspection iust take place before the wiring is concealed.

2. Final inspection is made after the building is completed and all
equipment is connected and in operating condition.

3. Other inspections: additional inspections may be required as the
construction progresses especially in larger coiplex projects.

Inspections in general will consist of the following:

(a) Check material to see if it has been tested or approved by a testing
laboratory.

(b) Check boxes, conduit, wire, receptacles, switches, panelboards, and
any other electrical materiall or equipment for compliance with
codes, plans and specifications.

(c) Check direct buried cable or conduit for iniiuii cover requirements.

(c) Check conduit and cable supports.

(e) Caeck installation of fire alarii systems, telephone systems,
intercom syste;us and any other system speciiied or shtcn on i-!ns.

(2) Ciec wire sizes -o ensure tnat voltage drop is not ec-.ssive.

g) Check incoming service, voltayoe and phase, service conductors, and
c(i) n dicoitnce i ti lans d citations.
(/i) Chec!; pe.niolboard or comrptlance iaich th plans and specifications.









I. Underground Utilities Inspection: including fuel gas lines,
refrigeration lines, chilled water lines, condensing water lines,
and condensate removal lines, other miscellaneous definite purpose
preparation requirements, and related pressure/laakage test
requirements

.. rj-in Inspection; of equipment supports, piping, ductwork,
dampers, venting curbs, and other mechanical work scope
installation as required prior to the closing of walls and
ceilings for purposes of finishing.

3. Final Inspection; of the completed mechanical systems for
performance, appearance and compliance with general specifications
standards and codes compliance.

4. Special Inspections; may be required in addition to the above for
reasons of:

(a) New or original concepts in equipment and materials or in
applications thereof.

(b) Scheduling, i.e., "fast tracking" or other accelerated
forms of construction.

Plumbing Insnections

_1 Si'.. :.. :... ,-. .o in' riT'.iiti_; including, rue gas lines,
wacer supply, sanitary waste lines, storm drainage lines.

2. ..:. .i Ti. .,-io; of supply lines, waste and szorm drainage
lines or leakage under specified pressure tests, and adequate
slopes co ensure proper drainage. Inspection to also incl.ud
confor..i.nce tco pi bedding, support, thrust blocking, etc.

3. Stack-out Ins-pection, of supply lines, .aste and storili drainage
lines for leakage under specified pressure test conditions,
osi tions, materials and workaiansuip.

4. Final Insect-ionj; of te co.:Il -' plaubiing system for conditions
of line sceriliacion, performance, appearance a .d compl..nce wiW
general s-'ecificacion :canc"'rd's and codes.

3. C Ci. 1: .--.;i.- <., b. ru*uired in addition tco the ebove for
r-a sonny or. 0 :









a) Scheduling, i.e., "fast tracking" or other accelerated
forms of construction.

b) Special conditions or forus of construction which wouldd
not permit the normal ordered sequence of inspection.

Other Inspec-ions

The Departmaent of Business Regulation has the responsibility for elevator
inspections.

E-11 SHOP DR.KI.ES

Shop drawings shall be suhbitted for manufactured or fabricated materials
as called for in che separate specification sections. Drawings shall be
fully iden-ified by project name, location, supplier's name, date,
drawing nuiaber, 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 Orchitect-
nigineer for approval. The Contractor shall -aake no deviation from the
approved drawings, and the changes made thereto by the Architect-
Engineer, if zany.

IL shall be che responsibility of the Contraccor to properly schedule the
s3ub.ission of shop drawings for approval to allow aequ.ce ci-- for
checking. of r;awings, iLanurLccture and shipment of itesi. to job site in
sufficient ichie to prevent delay in Progress Sch"edule.

It snail also be the responsibility of the Contractor to coordinate he
preparation of siop drawings of items wnich will be furnished by lore
cnan one i.anufacturer but are designed to interface when installed.

Shop .rawinLs submitted to the Arciitect-Enineer for his approval hall
Lirst b. h'c.ed _nd <.prov<] by i-te Contractor, the priAa facie evidence
of wiici shall be a "checked" stamp arked "Approved", or "Lpprov- as
iotcd" on acn cop, of acn shop drain, placed thereon by ce
Conr;ctor. Siop irawiny's received witiouc che Contractor's "c.SckE"
stCOa will be cause ror immediate return wihl-out further action. .ach
dra.winj correccly subai.ticed will be checked by -th Arc7hitct-igineer ;:.nd
m-arked bLy ir.L in one or the rolowing wa.s:

i) )Dprove& as orawn.

.) '.-:proved-. as noted.









3) Returned for correction.


4) Not proved.

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 or 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) Itea(s) involved.

3) Name of p :.-c*.:.-1n jubconiractor or supplier and the name of
pertinent manufacturer.

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

The subcontractors for all phases of the Contract shall submit Lhrough
tioe General Contractor complete brochures covering all materials and/or
equip,;.cnt proposed for use in the execution of the work as required by
tleir respective Divisions of the S-pecifications. These brochures shall
ib index.ed and properly cross referenced to the plans and specifications
for easy identification.

A.il shop drawings, setting drawiings, material brochures, sa.pies and/or
colur saieccion Imaecrials which arie reuired and are not included in the
foregoing sall submiitted via the General Contractor. Insofar as is
possible or .raccical, all i- drawings or descriptive literature of
...equi"a-mnt for -the iecdianical or eilccrical trades shall be subhittted in a
coplJ.-ic brochure for each tradLe as soon as possible after notice to
Proceed is e:ecu..red.

Th..e O..ner 'ill not ;rant tiriia extension based on delays due to i-roper
Gc;iedulin-j oU: work, -;nd the OJdner, ia.t 1is discretion, ay .wiC.;ol
:pro.rncss p.Si.,nts unlcii such ciaeu as these requireaiiunts are fully
sacisf ied.

?-.7c : niCEi.e IcO ?i .d ..T.c'.. OP.z Fw D -haL cIFICarios o ic

fce raferunce is ..acde *o t-h; Scandar1 Spscif icaion. a Ihe .i<;rican









Society for Testing and idaterials (A.S.T.M1.): "United States Government
Federal Specifications, or to other standard specifications of LAssociated
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 tie date bids are
opened by the COner, unless otherwise expressly provided in the Contract
Documents".

E-13 IMANUFACITUIER'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
gau.es, do~ ils of manufacture, finish, etc., shall be in accordance witn
,la i; ndard practice, direction or specifications. The Contractor shall
be responsible for any infringement of patents, royalties, or copyrights,
which may be incurred thereby.

E-14 APPROVAL OF RIATERIALS

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 rorty-five (45) days after receipt of Notice to Proceed to
mobilize on site and proceed with construction. Information suh~itted
snail shw ta,; capacity, operating conditions and all engineering data
and descriptive inrormacion necessary for comparison and to enable the
Architect-Engineer to detenrine whether same meets specifications. 'ihe
Architect-Engineer's approval will not relieve tie Contraccor of the
responsibility for performance of any terms of the Agree-ent.

Ir the subaictals reflect any changes tran the plans or specifications,
chiese changes should be clearly indicated by the Contractor.

i-15 03S!3TITJTIO9S

Substitutions for a specified system, product or material mai be
requested of tie Arcni tect-E~nineer and Cte A7rchitect-Engineer's written
approval must be obtained before substitutions will be allowed. All
requests ror substitutions should be submiuted within oort y-iive (45)
days artery ;.ward of Contract. Substitutions requested at ~r this data
iiyj receive no consideration.

In making requests for substitutions the Contractor sail list cth
particui.r system, product, or material iie wishes to substitute, rci
justifica.ion ror such request, and t e amount he w-ill Cdd or deduct









frao tie contract sum if the substitution be authorized by Uthe Owner and
approved by tne 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 CLIZ'iATE 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-LUILT DRAWINGS

During the progress of the work, the Contractor shall require the
Plumbing, air conditioning, heating, ventilating; elevator, and
electrical subcontractors to record on their field sets of drawings the
Exact locations, as installed, of all conduit, pipe and duct lines
whether concealed or exposed wnich were not installed exactly as shown on
the contract drawings. The Contractor shall also record all drawing
r revisions that have been authorized by change order that effect wall or
\ partition locations, door and window locations and other template
changes. The e;cact routing of conduit runs shall be shown on these
drawings.

Upon completion of the work unis data shall be recorded to scale, by a
competent dratcsman on sepia line prints on transparent paper o0 tin
contract drawings. Sepia will be furnished to the Contraccorby the
cArnitect-Enineer, but cost shalli be borne by Contractor. W-here changes
are to be recorded, the sepia line prints snail be erased before cae
ci"aCes cre made. Where t-ce work was installed exactly as shown on -cic
contract drawings the sepia line prints snail not be disturbed otcer tnaan
being mirked "As-Built". In showing the changes tne sane legend shall be
used to identify piping etc., cs was used on the contract drawing. A
separate set or drawings shall be prepared for electrical, pliuTbiny,
heaUing, air condicionini, e-ev more divisions are snown on tue s aie sheets of the contract drawings, in
viiich case i-ne various subcontractors saull also snow7 their changes on
che saiie si ats. Each sheet shall bear the date aznd nal.ie of ta;
s Lconr.actors sub.itming the dr..winys.

Tne Concraccor suali review tihe completed As-Builc drawings aind acscartain
chuat (l1 daa Lurnisned on ti-e sepia drains are accuraz.' k nd truly









represent the work as actually installed. When manholes, box_>s,
underground conduits, plumbing, hot or chilled water lines, invercs, 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 uncnanged 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 time tine of final completion.

E-13 GUARANTEES AIMD OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

All work performed by the Contractor in completing the subject project
shall be guaranteed by the Contractor against all defects resulting\fran
the use of materials, equipment and worlmianship for a period of\ one year
fr o the date of Substantial Caoipletion of the subject\project.

If, within any guarantee period, repairs or changes are required in
connection with te guarantee work, which in the opinion of the
Architect-Engineer is rendered necessary as a result of the use of
materials, equipment or workmlanship 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
es:pense to ne Owner, proceed co:

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

I-iake good all damages to the structure or site or equipment or
contents tnereof, whica, in the opinion of the Archizect-hngineer,
is the result of tihe use of materials, equipment, or workmanship
which are inferior,. defective, or not in accordance with the terms
of -hie Contract; and

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

If teie Contractor, after receipt of any such written notice, fails wictin
seventy-two (72) hours Co cou~aence ac the job site with performance of
the work necessary to remedy all defects in tne work described in such
notice so is to provide tice Otner witn tie subject proct tpo 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 conmencing 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 frctn the sub-contractors,
and will deliver tour 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 diagraiLs, test and balance reports, inspection reports,
guarantees and warranties, as applicable, for each and every piece
of Fixed Equip ent furnished under this contract to be supplied in
a ring binder, nard-cover book, properly indexed for ready
reference. Also, specific information regarding manufacturer's
name and address, nearest distributor ind service representative's
naLme, address, office and home phone numbers, make and Imodel
numbers, operating design and characteristics, etc., will be
required. All information submitted shall be updated to reflect
existing conditions.

Subsequent co cie time or Substantial Coialition and receipt of As-
Builts., Qeration a nd .Iaintenance Books buit prior to the date or Final
Accaitance, *ce ContracCor and/or Subcontractor shall provide a competence
and experienced iman (or men) thoroughly familiar with tne work for a
reasonable period or time to instruct the Using Agency personnel in
operation and maiintenance of equipment and control systems.

This instruction will include normal start-up, run, stop, and emiergenci
operations, location and operation of all controls, alarms atnd alarm
syscemis, etc. The instruction will include tracing the system in the
rield cnd on uie diagrams in the instruction booklets so cnat operating
personnel will be thoroughly raiiiicar with both the system and the data
supplied.

E-19 CIi-v ILNG

Entire area within scope ot this work shall be complEte-ly cleaned,
including all windows glass, iiard.ware, plumbing fi xcurzes, electrical
fi-tures, tile work, etc., and siall be kept can or completion of
tlis job. :'ji:.c i all broken or Cd.efuctive cglss within tiise areas.









E-20 FINML PATYIT

Final payment shall be made to the Contractor as provided by the
Acreeraent. (Aso see Article G-2 PROGRESS PAYi-MENTS.)

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

(1) A co-ipleced c.n,- o,:..::'.jci. Crciricate of Contract Coaplietion.

(2) A co.ipleted and notarized consent oi Surety to Final Payment (AIA
G707).

(3) A written guarantee on Contractor's Letternead.









SECTION F


I10DIFICATIONS AID ADDDITIONS TO AIA GEME- AL CONDITIONS

F-1 INCLUSION OF AIA DQCJ~IENT A-201

The General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, American
Institute of Arcnitects 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 fuil 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 ite 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 followiing: "The authorized representatives and
agents of th.e Archiiect-Engineer, Cvner, and the United States Federal
Agencies providing monies in the form of grant-funds or loans and sucn
other persons as cne Owner Liay designate snail have access to and be
permitted co inspect all work, materials, payrolls, records of personnel,
invoices of materials, ocier relevant data and records wherever chey are
in prelpracion rand progress. The Contractor shall provide proper
facilities for such access, inspections and, when required, e.:act
duplicate copies of une L or.uncional data slhaLi be furnished."

Article 2.2.9 De=icc in iLs entirety.

Article 2.2.10 DIjlce end of iast sentence: "and will not be liable for
tue result of any incorpretatcion or decision rendered in good faith in
such capaci ,."

Article 2.2.12 Deleci in its enciir-i*.

Article 2.2.17 Dei.~te Iasc scnt=nce and add tie roilowing: "Tie
duties, responsibilities and j-iitaciuns or authorityi or any sucn Project
e7)resentacive Siial. bW .s set fortU in c.e Contract Docuaencs."









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

F-4 ARTICLE 3. OTHER


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 nis duties and so certify the facts to the Contractor,
the Contractor shall iLamediately cause dte employee to be dismissed and
said employee shall not be re-employed on this project without written
consent of the Architect-Engineer."

Article 4.3.1 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) fran 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.l id the foilcwing: "All cutting and patching work shall
blend in and be pluaib and square. The quality or materials used snail be
one sam-e or surpa-ss those used in the adjacent existing construction."

F-6 ARTICLE 5. SU3COXITRDCWTS

Article 5.2.1 *id the following: "The Contractor shall not reL-ove or
replace sucontraccors listed in his bid subsequent to tae lists bein.:
miade -pubiic at che bid opening, except upon cood cause siio.n and only
wakan approved in writing by thu OWner."

F-7 A.TICL. .3. '.O BY 0. NE0R OR BY SEPARATE COMiTu'CTOR

Arcicie G.2.5 Fiftn line delece: .... sues or initiates .an
arbicration...", and insert, .... sues, miaks a claim, or initiates a
IQ'


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w.\h


ye- bJS I)









F-8 ARTICLE 7. IISCELLANEOUS 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 tescs of materials, equipment and systems are required as part or
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 or InitiaL tests to prove qualities and determine
conformance wita specification requirements, e.g., mill tests
on cement and steel; load testing of piling; seive analysis
colcorimetric tests on sand; strength tis for determining
porcons 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 sail pay the cost of all tests wnica mLiay be
necessary to satisfy the Architect-Engineer that specification
requirements are satisfied;

3) If materials or workmansnip are used wihicn rail to meet
spaecirication requiraaents tae Contractor shall pay the costs
ut all coring or other tests deemed necessary by the
Arcaitect-,ngineer to determine tne safety or suitability of
the material or eianent;

4) The Contractor shall pay for all testing costs, including but
not limited to; power, fuel, and eauipmient and systems for
proper operation sucn as plum:bing, iea~cin ventilation, air
conditioning, electrical, elevator, dctIIbcitiers and conveyors,
etc.

Tscin-, Costs Bornfa bj C,4 e O.']ner

Ali other tests performed at tile direction of tie Arcitect--ngineer or
tne Owner sail be paid for by tne Oiner, except to tcie extenc tnat the
cost of prformin9 such tests are otherwise chargeable to tme Contractor
under provisions or tue Concracc Documents.









Article 7.3.1 Deiete in its entirely 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 0. TLEE

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

Article 8.3.4 Delete in its entirety.

F-10 ARTICLE 9. PAYMENTS AID COMPLETION

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

F-11 ARTICLE 11. INSURANCE

Article 11.2 through 11.4 Delete in their entirely 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 iminimaui limits as described in,
"Instructions to Contractors."

Article 11.3.1, Property Insurance The Contractor shall purchase and
maintain property insurance upon t-ie entire work at tne site of thie Lull
insurable value thereof.

Article 11.3.2 Any insured loss is to be adjusted with the Ownecr and
a6de payable to ite Ovner as crustee for the insureds, as their interests


Article 11.3.3 If the Contractor requests in writing that insurance for
special hazards be included in tce property insurance policy, the O-.Ter
shall, if possible, include such insurance, and the cost thereof :hall be
cniaeged to cue Contractor by appropriate change order.

Article 11.3.4 The O~ner and Contractor waive all rights against each
otner for d-,ages caused by fire and otn^.r perils to Ce extent covered
by insurance provided under this Paracgrcp 11.3, except such riglits as
Coey .liy Cve o cc proceeds o such insurunce eld b, tnl4 Owner as
trustee. The C ontraco subcontractors
cand sub-subconiracc ors.









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
thie 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, CTI~AGES IN THE 'CE "

Article 12.1.4 Starting at line fourteen, delete the following:
"Unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents, cost shill be
limited 0o the following: cost of labor, including social security, old
a.e and unemplclment insurance, and fringe benefits required by agreement
or cusLcom; worker's or workmen's coipensation insurance; bond premiuiis;
rental value of equipment and machinery; and Whe additional cosc of
supervision and field office personnel directly attributable to the
Ciioinge."

Article 12.3.1 Ninth line, delete the oiluioing: "If the Owner and cne
Contractor cannot ree on the aount of 1te adjustment in the contract
SG;u, ic Miili bea determined by the Arcnitect."









G-l C;IMNGS II THE NOIQRK


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 Biddir.g .Documents, and/or the nature
and extent ot the work as specified and described in the Bidding
Documents. The occurrence of such events miay cause the Contrac-or to
incur greater or less cost and expense to perform the work required to
comiplee the subject Project than planned to be incurred in the
Contractor's successful bid, in wnich 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 extend such greater or less
cost and expense results, and in which event the party entitled to the
benefit 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 the Architect-Engineer.
Should toe Contractor and Owner be unable to settle and dispose of such
demand within thirty (30) days from the date any such claim is presented,
upon terns and conditions mutually agreeable to the Contractor and the
Owner, then such demand shall be referred to the Architect-Engineer for
determination, whicn determination shall be final and binding upon the
Contractor and che Owner, unless appealed in accordance with applicable
provisions of the Contract Documents, and if tne Architect-Engineer, upon
considering any such demand, determines that the Contract SumL 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 nel.i.er the Contractor or the Owner snall
be enitied to receive any monetary consideration beyond that whicn is
autnoriazd nereinbeioa..

All djustmUenis to the Contract Sum~ resulting fr~a a change in the work
siaali be determined by thie measure of actual, or estimatedd as the case
ima be, out-of-pocket costs and expenses incurred or spared by the
Contractor tor labor, materials, equip enc, and equipment rental, plus
overinead and p"rotit thereon, for performing the changed work.









1) Labor costs shall be inclusive of all job site cost for estimation,
layout out, mechanics' wages and laborers' wages, together with all
payroll ta:s, payroll assessments, and insu:rnce :-.zi.. paid for
such labor.

2) All material costs, equipment costs and equipment rental costs
shall be trade discount rates, plus State Sales o,.;, where
apl icable.

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 perforTed on the job site or off tae 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
perfor-ined by the officers, employees or subsidiaries of
tae Contractor.

b. Overhead and profit shall be calculated at the rate of 7
1/2 percent of the Cont~i,.tor's sub-contracto;s' actual
labor, material, equipment and equipment rental costs,
incurred or spared, as measured under the preceding
.;..j .i-;, plus 15% of all such costs, as overil ad and
profit to the Contractor's subcontractors, :fr all
changes in the -ork performed by the officers, epl s
or subsidiaries of ,iae Concractor's sub-contractors.

4) In ditiion to tWhe foreyoing, all .uz:.:-;..c to the Concrac 3u:.i
resulting ro; a change in che wo-rk sn:a i include all out-o -'ocke-
expenses, incurred or spared, in performin, ihe changes in the
;'or:k for;

.. la/ingj e preiuis required o obtain Perforoanca 3onds
and L.bor and materiall 2amient Donds called ror b. tne
u,1 ,- .... ocuUe..n'.s.









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

c. Paying for delivery of materials or equipment to the job
since;

d. Paying for storage of materials or eauip.ien 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 adjustm-ent in the Contract Sun,
such demand shall be accompanied by paid receipts or other such
written evidence satisfactory to the O ner itemizing t'e costs and
expenses incurred as a result of the events) constcituting the
changes in the work.

G-2 PROGRESS PA-T..rTS

The aOner will, at intervals, make progress p~.,a nts to the Contractor as
provided in the i.c,,:a.^'t.

The Contractor shall request such compensation as well as final payment
by submaitting

1. h properly completed and notarized Application for Prxoress
2aLmnt in hiie iorm as directed,

2. A Schedule of Contrct Values as described below.

hTe La,'x.i:,: .:L" s.a.l, within ten (days :ola date of .,_.=nL, submit to
the A~rchiiec-i ninUer for approval uhree copies of Sc):edule ao
Contract Vu-._ius waicj wiii reflect tje esti-ated cost of e0c.c suxivision
of work of each specification section. The value of each iuai snai
include e a ru roorionat amount of the Contractor's oveaied and
proric. The sunia o i.l such scnaeduled values shall equal ie Contract
SE.L as =vi ancad b1 te A2re.aCnon.

Tie appruovd o.or of Schedule of Coniract Values will arcc, ...,-y nd
s'i;ppor'c e Concract.or's periodic Appliications for Payment a.nd shall
indicace c. 'wluc of ;:uita5bli stored .ucrial as well as labor perfo;ned
anid vac,~rias incorporaced into co work for eaca subdivision o 10je
schedule c.urin t perio- for .ic. hhe requizsition is prep:ar,-,.









The suggested (partial) Schedule of Contract Values form snown on page 62
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 'MKER FROIM LIABILITY

Notwithstanding any other provision of the Contract Docuiaents, 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.
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G-4 DUTIES OF THE ARCI-IITECT-ENGJINEER'S REPRESENTATIVE _- \
(If one is authorized by the Owner) -

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

1. Assist the Contractor in obtaining interpretation of the
Contract Documents frno the Architect-Engineer.

2. Conduct daily on-site observations for determiining
Sconformance to the Contract Docuae nts in regard to work,
iaceriais, equipment, etc.

3. Reques~ additional details anc/or informi c .":
Architect-Engineer wien needed by e.iu Conzr'.;;.

4. Evalutxe suggestions and/or modifications subaittad by
tiie Concraccor .nd transmai tiaese to tne Archiiect-
1Engineer wi tn recoiainendations.

5. ?ici i:,t -problemns which .iay create delays and problems
in construction and report those to the Contractor ..nc
ni itect-Llngineer for solution.

G. l.aintain official relationship only wil;' the General
Contractor Job Superintendent (s) cnd conaiunica.te probla-:
to i in regardless of which sub-cont raccor (s; .. or is
involved.









7. Attend all required construction conferences and
participate actively in discussions of che project.

8. When authorized by the Architect-Engineer conduct tests
and inspections as required by the Contract Documnents and
record results or such tests and inspections.

9. Maintain a daily log of project activity including buc
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 /IU ,
verbal directives to Contractor 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. Consule with
the Architect-Engineer for further directions if the
Contractor does not correct work as directed by the
zAchitect-Engineer.

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

12. 'lnen requested, accompany all State, Federal officials on
inspections of construction and record the inspection in
tce lo.j.

13. .C: irL wit (DGS) Project Directors or Inspectors and
provide tei i will all requested information about the
project.

14. -aintain in n orderly manner, files of correspondence,
reports of job conferences, shop dCraaings and samples,
copies o,: contract documents, ch.lline orders, addenda,
sup aentary drawings, and job log.

15. Review. requisitions for paymIent submitted by
Contractor .nd transimiit co ce Arcnitect-Engineer with
recol.:enaTcioons.









15. 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 couiLunications from Using Agency to the Project
Director (DGS) and to the Architect-Engineer.

i Copy Project Director (DGS) on all correspondence related
-to tile project.

Sq 1. Review plans, specifications and shop drawings on a
J regular basis. 3e alert to errors and omissions on the
C Contract Documents and construction problems before they
occur and advise the rTch-itect-g-iineer when discovered.

20. Advise Contractor and Architect-Engineer of work being
performed with unaproved 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-Ehgineer.

22. Check that Contractor is maintaining record notated
dra.ins or :---'t conditions, when As-Built draw:injgs
are specified to be provided.

23. ,: n necessary, act as liaison between the Contractor and
the Using Agency in the coordination of the .Using
Agency's raeuireuents t tth Contractor (s) schedule.

3. ;The Archicect-nginer's '. ..:.:ntc...L ive is not authorized to do tne
f ollowin g:

1. Authorize deviations from tue Contract Docum~ients (unless
approved by rchiiect-Ihnincer).









2. :pedite the work for the Conuraccor(s).


3. Advise the Contractor on building techniques or
scheduling.

4. Approve Shop Drawings.

5. Issue Certificate for Payment.

G. 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 fro:,
Contractors or not.

Col~uirunicate with Using .jg1ies representative in a.ny
oZficial way except as noted in Itemi A-23.

5. ulake v ue .*1nd unclear log entries as to the
accepc:bilicy of Lhe Contractor's work. If .-" t_,ice
and noc corrected properly and in a tiirely Jay, the
condition should be entered into the job loj clearly as a
statement cad with follow-up written co, unic.tion to
the .'" .j ceci-Engineer.

3. Order a work ..e except in etreie nei.ier rycncies and
.:capt under conditions ;authorized unl, by tbe .i-...itect-
.ngineer.
. ... .... . ... 1... "- '' H ,
(i:. o..c is. ....U."""..ed b -' ODner)

2. ',,ho duties of cie O,;n: r's Sta'e Construec ion 1-.,' rasanc.ive snall
inLCi.ude buc not l liizte co t-O C ollow1in,.









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

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

3. Attend all construction conferences.

4. .hen 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-ng ineer.

5. If, upon inspection or observations, work is believed not to
be in accordance with Contract Docuaents, advise the Pro ect
Director (DGGS) verbally and in writing.

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

*. n-xn requested, acco-pany all State and/or Federal officials
on insp-ctions of construction and record the inspection in
te logj.

L. Cooperate with tie Project Director (DGS) and provide thei.a
all reu information about che project that ne can
provide or direct them to the Project Director (DCS) or
.rchi' ecc--- .;i-.t: for assistance were appropriate.

10. .Cintain in an orderly manner, files of correspondence,
--porecs of ]ob conr-nces, ,hop drawings and saiiles, copi
of cowract docu antS, C:c,:. a orders, a'd.enda, eupp.en..ry.
'.rainrG anc job I/..









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

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 ae feels is not complete,
defective, or not in accordance with Contract Documents.

13. Refer all Coi.munications fro.n Usinj Agency to the Project
Director (DGS).

14. Copy the Project Director (DOS) 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 snop drawings or without shoo
drawings when such shop drawings are required by
specifications.

17. Check materials and equipment delivered to the job site
against specifications, approved samcies, shop 'rawingJs and
related correspondence. If believed to :b in conflict, advise
the Project Director (DGS).

10. Check that Contractor is imiintaining record notaitc d drawins-
of as-built conditions, when as-built drawiins are secified
to be provided.

;. '.'e Otwner's State Construction Ropresentacive is not -uthorized to
o -tie follAowingi

1. Authorize deviations fro.i tao Contract Domu.nts.

2. .Ua:oi t.e. work for the Concractor.

3. advise che Contractor on sbuilcing tchnius r cx edulin.









4. Approve Shop Drawings.


5. Issued Certificate for Payment.

6. Approve Substitutions.

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 Subcontractor and
Subcontractor.

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

3. Offer gratuitous advice to Contractor and Subcontractors 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. cinely 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 IJATERI LS ASBESTOS

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








INVOICE


SCHEDULE OF CONTRACT VALUES


FIIP/DDI. OFFICE BUILDING


ACCOMPANYING APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT NO.


NORTH BUEVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA PROJECT NUMBER

Contractor'e Names Dates

Item Ur.t Quantity Material Labor Contract Amount Paid Amount Requested Total Comple- Uncompleted
SValue' To Date This Payment tion to Date Balance
Gene ral
Conditions No 4 13,807 --- 13,807' 13,000 807 13,807 0

Bond EA. 1 820 ---- 820 820 0 820 0

Insurance EA 1 890 -- 890 890 0 890 0

Mobilization
Z Layout LS ----2,500 2,500 2,500 0 2 500 0

Clearing LS ----- --- 3,000 3,000 3,000 0 3,000 0

Earthwork CY 500 1,000 2,500 3,500 3,500 0 .3,500 0

Soil Treatment SF 3,200 25 20 45 45 .0 45 0

Septic Tank EA 1 450 150 600 600 0 600 0

Well, Pump,Tank LS 1 724 500 1,224 1,224 0 1,224 0

Chlorinator EA 1 1,100 175 1,275 ,1,275 0 1,275 0

Well Test EA 1 1,000 1o000 1,000 0 1,000 0

Paving SY 1 884 3,768 2,298 "6,066 4,853 1,213 6,066 0

Conc.Footings CY 28.5 771 493 1,264 1,264 0 1,264 0

Cone. Slab SP 2,709 .1,155 488 1.643 1,643 0 11643 0

Conc. Columns
& eams SFCA 780 330 1,560 1,898 1,0980 0 1.890 0

Pane 1 of 4









SECTION H


SPECIAL CONDITIONS

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

H-1 ARCHI'ICT ENGINEER'S FIELD OFFICE

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

H-2 TELEPHONE

A telephone snall be installed in the Architect-Engineer's office and it
shall remain until cne fuli capletion of the project. Charges for lonj
distance calls shall be paid for by the person making the calls. All
otner charges in connection with -te telephone shall be paid for by cue
Contractor.

H-3 WATER

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

H-4 'LLECTRICIT'i

All electricity ror light and power necessary ror the construction of the
building and testing or its electrical and maicnanical systems shall be
paid for by che Conuraccor. -e shall make all necessary arrangements for
cnis service and per:or:ii cUe work required.









H-5 PROJECT SIGN


A sign shall be erected at the site by the Contractor and snail be 3/4" -
4' x 8' exterior grade plywood mounted on 4 x 4 wood posts (p.t.),
located in a prominent location approved by the Architect-Engineer aund
COner. Sign snail conform to the size, CC.i .:.'.. -r sign as illusra-ted
on tne following page.

H-6 INITIAL-CONSTPJJCTION CONFERENCE

Immediately prior to starting construction, or as soon as possible after
the construction has started, the Project Director (DGS) will azrange a
meeting with the Design Professional, Using Agency, General Contractor,
Federal Representatives if involved, Bureau of Apprenticeship and otaer
interested parties. The purpose of this meeting shall be to discuss
requirements and responsibilities of the various parties involved with
the objective of expeditious handling of the construction contract. The
Project Director (DGS) will chair this meeting.

H-7 SITE SECURITY

The Contractor shall pay for and be responsible to secure the site and
the project against ztheft, vandalism, fire and for public safety at all
times (24 hours per day) trom Notice to Proceed until Subscantial
Completion.

H-S INCLUSION OF ARTICLES 15, 15 AND 17

Articles 15, 16 and 17 of the American Institute of Architects Documents
A-201 and A-201/SC-1977, Federal Edition, dated August, 1976 and August,
1977, respectively, shai apply to and form a part of this section and
are included herein.

(Note to Architect-Engineer: Item H-B is required in connection with
projects whose funding includes any of several types or Federal
assistance monies. It will be incumbent upon the Architect-Engineer to
investigate and make a detriaination regarding thie inclusion of this iteai
for a particular project. Copies or Articles 15, 16 and 17 shall be
physically included in each speci ications.)







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H-9 DELETION OF BOND REnUIPREMETS

Effective July 1, 1985, F.S. 255.05 was changed to state that:

1. No payment and performance bond shall be required for the
construction of a public building, for the prosecution and completion
of a public work, or for repairs upon a public building or public
work when the contract sum for such work is for $100,000 or less.

2. When such work is done for the State, the Director of the Department
of General Services may delegate to state agencies the authority to
eempt any person entering into such a contract amounting to more
than $100,000 but less than $200,000 frao executing tne payment and
performance bond.

Therefore, if the construction award amount for this project is $100,000
or less, of if the construction award amount for this project is more
than $100,000 but less than $200,000 and the Director for the Deparntent
of General Services has waived tae requirements for the payment and
performance bond for this project, then the Contract Documents for this
project are altered as follows:


(1) Delete Agreement Article 6.2.1 on Page 75 &76: Article 7 on Page
77-72 and add the belcw Articles 6.2.1; Article 7; and new article
8.10 as follows:

5.2.1 1iuiin thirty (30) calendar clays from the Owner's receipt and
acceptance of a certificate of payment, the Owner shall pay, or
cause to be paid to the Contractor, 90% of that portion of the
contract sua properly allocable to labor, materials and e-uirtient
incororaiced into -the work, and 90% of that portion ot the contract
suI properly allocable to materials and equipment suitably stored at
sne site or at some other locations agreed upon in wricing by the
parties, less tle lj aprc e of previous payments.

(a) In case of default by the contractor, the laborers, material.men
and subcontractors as defined in F.S. 713.01, m1Laking claiim s for
un-aid bills, will !b paid from the ten percent (10%) retainage
on a pro rata basis as indicated in Rule 13D-11.0041, Florida
rlidinistrative Code.

(b) The Contractor snail provide a certified list oi aill
cubcontraccors, laborers and material suppliers to ;e --o Owner
wii in *cirty (30) days of his receiving his Notice to Proceed


65.









with the work. This list shall be updated thereafter each
month with a certified statement that the list and its updates
include the names and addresses of all of those subcontractors,
laborers and material suppliers furnishing labor, material
and/or equipment for the project. An updated copy of this
certified list shall accompany each pay request.

(c) The Contractor shall provide a written statement with each pay
request to the owner which indicates hcw each payment requested
will be distributed to subcontractors, laborers and material
suppliers. This pay request breakdown shall define the
disbursement intended for all of the funds requested.

(d) The contractor shall provide a written statement, with all but
the first payment request, from each of the laborers,
subcontractors and material suppliers indicated in (c) above
that they have in fact received payment as indicated in the
preceding statements. In the event any payment is not made as
indicated on a prior statement noted in (c) above, the
contractor shall furnish an explanation as to the reasons for
such deviation and shall request approval fran the Owner.

(e) When a contractor receives any payment, he shall pay such
iionies received to eacn subcontractor, laborer and material
supplier in accordance with F.S. 287.0585.

(f) The Architect may, on request at his discretion, furnish to a
jboer- sub.oncractor or material supplier, if practicable,
inorimj. ion regarding the percentages of completion of the
aiiount applied for by tcne Contractor and the action taken
thereon by me Architect on account of charges by the laborer,
subcontractor or material supplier.

(g) Neither the Owner nor the Architect snall nave any obligation
to pay or so see otrie payment of any monies to any laborer,
subcontractor or material supplier except as specified above or
as may otherwise be required by law.

(.) No certificate ror a progress payment, nor any progress
payment, nor any partial or entire use or occupancy or the
project by tae Owner, shall constitute an acceptance or any
Work not in accordance with the Contract.

ARTICLE 7. FIIAL PA',1INT AGAINSTT CONTRACT SU;M









"it'ih thirty (30) y. s f'ro:l the date of Contract Completion, the
Owner shall pay or cause to be paid to the Contractor, che entire
unraidc balance of the then Contract Su"l, less the amount o. any suias
which continue to be retained to satisLy the cost of performiing ,-nd
change in the work which is the subject of any claim or dispute and
which ias not yet been satisfactorily perfo ared by- the Contractor,
provided that the parties have not otherwise stipulated in the
Certificate of Substantial Completion, and provided further as
stipulated below.

(a) The final payment of retainae shall not be made until the
project has been inspected by the Architect; until the
Architect has issued a written certificate that the project has
been constructed in accordance with the approved plans,
specifications, addenda and change orders; and until the Owner
has accepted the project.

(b) The final payment shall not be made until the contractor has
supplied the Cner with signed and dated statements from all
laborers, material-aen and subcontractors, as defined in
F.S. 713.01 and identified in Article 6.2.1 (b) hereinabove,
that they have no claims against the contractor for the work
under the contract. Said statements shall identify the project
by nzaie and project nu:.ber.

(c) The final payment shall not be made until the Contract has
provided evidence, in tae ior of certified copies, that ,n has
placd a notice on c-hee occasions in a local newspaper nd in
a conspicuous place on the project site as prescribed in
Article 0.10 hereinafter.

immediately following receipt of Uiotice to Proceed to .LobiliLc
on site and to proceed with construction as prescribed in
Article 4.1 hereinJbove, the Conctractor shall post a notice ii
tIe followiin:-. for.. in : conspicuous place on the project site:

"-otica is tJreb .;;ade to all those concerned and affected
th.t (Con'ractor's l.ie) is performing (Project LNuber, .:a
and Location). :'ll parties furnishing labor, !acerials
and/or equipment to said project .re to provide notice ov
such in writing by certified mail to the Division o.
_:.iding Conscruction, --..c.n. of General Servi.cs, Suic .
531, Lnrson il.."'in. r_.-li;h s ... Florida 323 073,
....,:.=_- iti ,l.? ,. ."-j/< ." .. i ._',cu".









In addition to posting the above notice on site, thi Con-actorz
snail also place the above notice in a local newspaper on thrie
separate occasions, with che first appearance in a loca-
newspaper occurring within thirty (30) calendar days roilowing
receipt of the above mentioned notice to proceed.

(2) The Perfonirnce Bond and Labor and Miaterial Piayient Doncs shliwn on
Pages 34 through 87 of the specifications are leted and all
reference to the Performance Payment Zond in the spcifications is
deleted.

(3) The requirement for a bid guarantee (see Pararrph D-13) is deleted
on all projects where tue award amount is $100,000 or lcss .nd all
reference to the bid guarantee is the specifications is deleted.

H-10 PR.DUIREC TS FOR THE REPORTING OF 1INORITY CO-7 rpC1 .S

The Contractor will be required to supply a printed list of all
Small Business and Mrinority Subcontractors, both certified and
uncertified, by name, address, type of M'inority and the contract
amount, who have contracts for parts of this project. The
Contractor shall also include himself if he is also a Small
Business or ::inoricy Contractor. This infor.aauion should be
submitted when all the subcontracts have been awarded b5 the
Contractor.









NAME OF PROJECT

NAME OF INSTITUTION

STATE OF FLORIDA
BEING CONSTRUCTED BY
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
[lOB MARTINEZ
GOVERNOR


JIM SMITH
SECRETARY OF STATE
ROBERT A. BUTTERWORTH
ATTORNEY GENERAL
GERALD LEWIS
STATE COMPTROLLER
RONALD
EXECUTIVE


BILL GUNTER
STATE TREASURER
DOYLE CONNER
COMMISSIONEIt OF AGRICULTURE
BETTY CASTOR
COMMISSIONER OF EDUCATION


W.THOMAS
DIRECTOR


NAME OF A/E
ADDRESS OF A/E


NAME OF CONTRACTOR
ADDRESS OF CONTRACTOR


NAME
NAME OF SECRETARY OR


FOR
OF USING
EXECUTIVE


AGENCY
DIRECTOR OF


AGENCY








Upton receiving a~arc of contract, the Contractor agrees to e1ecurc the
following Assigynment on nis behalf.



A S S G .i N T

For and in recognition of good and valuable consideration, receipt of

which is hereby acknowledged,
(Co;.nany IName)


acting herein by an through
(Individual's Naze)

its
(Title of Individual Nanes Above)

and duly authorized agent, Izereby 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 thie antitrust laws

of the Uniced States and the Stace of Florida for -rice fi;ing, relating

to tie particular ,oods or services purchased or acquired by tie SCaie of

Florida 7ursuant to




(.c..u.- Contrac. V.a;e, ruiber, SEc.)





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STITE OF F'LODrID;
DE.-P.T' -': .!T OF GIEPJRAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

AGREMES32T 3E712EEN C'NER AND CaITRACTIR
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF

STATE PROJECT NJ-BER:

STUTE SA'AS CODE:

STATE APPROPRIATION NURB3ER:

STTr iV DESIGNATION:


Name and Location


Contractor









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Governor


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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARESENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

2GREi'IENT BETWEEN Oi NER AtD CONTRACTOR
FOR CONSTRUCTION OF

This Alraement maade this day or in the year
Nineteen Hundred and __

BY' AND BEI EEL THE DIVISION OF BUILDING CO." Q ...' x '?ART IENT OF
G-EERAPL SERVICES, STTE OF FLORIDA, hereinafter called the OWNER, and





__Federal ID No.
hereinafter called the Contractor.

The OGCner and the Contractor agree as set forth below.

ARTICLE 1. THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS

The Contract Documents consist of this Agreement, conditions of the
Contract (General, Supplementary and other Conditions), Drawings,
Specifications, ail Addenda issued prior to execution of this Ag1reement
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 3.

In tie event ou conflict in the provisions of said Con-ract Documents,
or any of tiemi, -the provisions of the basic contract which iiaediately
precede the signature of the parties shall control over the General
Conditions and Suppieientary General Conditions, and the Supplementary
General Conditions 3iall control over the General Conditions of said
Standard For:; A2101 of yne Aerican Institute of Architects.

2 zTIT:- 2. 9 i'r7P

The Contraccor stiall perform all the Work required by the Contract
Documents for









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I 'RTICE 3. THE ARMITECT


The Architect for this project is



ARTICLE 4. TII.2 OF COL '~ CETIT MND COC~ LETION AND LIQUIDATED OlNG.ES

4.1 The lWork to be performed under this contract shall be
cozmenced within ten (10) calendar days after date of Notice to Proceed
to IMobilize on Site and to Proceed With Construction, shall be
substantially completed within calendar days after date of Notice To
Proceed, and shall be finally completed within calendar days after
the date of substantial completion.

4.2 Liquidated Damages For Failure To Complete On Time

Inasmuch as failure to complete the project within the time fixed in
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 nereby agreed tnat if the project in not substantially
completed, according to the definition of "Substantial Completion" in
Article 0.3 hereof, or within such further time, if any, as in accordance
with t.ie provisions of the Contract Documents shall be allowed for such
substantial completion, the Contractor shall pay to the Owner as
liquidated damages for such delay, and not as a penalty,
dollars($ ) for eaci
and every calendar day elapsing between the date fixed for substantial
ca.mpietion in Article 4 iereof and the date sucn substantial completion
shall niave been :ulli accomplished. It is also hereby agreed thaz if
this project is noi finally completed, in accordance with the require-
ments of -i-e Conurac- Docu-iients the Contractor shall pay to the OCner as
liquidaced c'iaues jcr such elay, and not as a penalty, one-forth of che
rate indicated above. Said liiuida-ed damages shall be payable in
addition to any c;;cess exp nses or costs ?payable by the Contractor to the
Owner under tie provisions of A-rticle 14 of the General Conditions, and
sail noc include t*e recovery of d0iaages byD the Owner under the
provisions uo the Con-r.ct DocuiLents, except for Contractor's delays.

This provision ;or ii:uidated idcmges tor delay shall in no ~anner affect
tie Owner's rigl~t to terminate the Contract as provided in Am'cicie 14 of
cne Geneira Conditions or elsewhere in che Contract Documencs. The
Owner's exercise o: the right to terminate shall not release the
Contractor fro.m his obli~Cction co pay said liq uidatced dLcmages in t-n
mronit sct out in -Crl 4.2 ureor.






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It is turtaer a.r.ed a toe C ner may deduct from, the balance retained
by the Owner under ite p-kovisions of Article 4 hereof the liquidated
damages stipulated nerein or in Article 4.3 as the case may be, or such
portion thereof as the said retained-balance will cover.

4.3 Liquidated Dacmages When Cwner Terminates Contract

The Owner is entitled co completion of the project within thie time fix:ed
in Article 4.1 hereof or within such further time, if any, as may be
allowed in accordance with the provisions of the contract. In the event
of termination of tie contract by the Owner prior to completion as
provided in Article 14.2 of the General Conditions or elsewhere in the
Contract Documents, the Contractor shall be liable to the Owner for the
expenses for additional managerial and 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 the project and
for resuLrpion of work tnereon.

Provided, however, thac the sum of I and 2 above shall not exceed the
number of days beyond the original agreed completion date, or any
extension thereof ere erein provided, reasonably required for completion
of the project.

ARTICLEE 5. CCNTRAC:" ;J.;:

The O;.ner Shuil *_ :.L -.-e Contraco- _cr : the perforLance of the work,
subject to additions -nd deductions by Chiange Order as provided in tie
Condition of the Contract, in current funds, the Contract Suiof x4u +
















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.hir y (33) calendar cas snil be allowed for the Oner's inplction
approval of the yoods and services or hich any Zpplicacion for Payment
is made.

6.1 Indemnification Rider

In addition to the Contract Stm, the Owner shall pay the Contractor ten
dollars ($10.00) for tne Inda-enification Rider prescribe in Section -3
of the Conditions of the Contract. Application for Paylment of the ten
dollars ($10.00) shall be su:bitted to the Owner by the Contractor
simultaneously within the Contractor's execution and delivery of the
Contract to tne 0wner. Within thiirty (30) calendar days from the Owner's
receipt of said Arpplication, the Owner shall pay or cause to be paid to
the Contractor tne aiyount of ten dollars ($10.00).

6.2 F -;ss Pay ents Against Contract Sum

Based upon Application for Paymnent submitted to the Architect by the
Contractor and Certificates of Payment issued by the Architect and
accepted by the Owner, the Owner shall make progress payments to the
Contractor against tne account of the Contract Sum, as provided in the
Conditions of the Contracc in accordance with the following:

G.2.1 Within thirty (30) calendar days from the Owner's receipt and
acceptance of a certificate of .~yent, t ame Owner siall .pay, or cause to
be paid to the Contractor, 0, u of that portion of the contract soua
properly allocable to labor, ctterils and ui.u...nt incorporatcd inc
the work, anId 2- of that portion of -the contract su:r properly allocable
to materials nd e-i.,i .-nt suitabl stored ,t t:ie site or at cso~ other
locations ,greed upon in writing by the parties, less the aCrej.te of
r-evious p-y- e-s.


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However, at the time the work if 505 complete or thereafter, if the manncr
of completion of the work and its progress are and remain satisfactory to
the Architect, the Architect nay authorize a 5% retainage on progress
payments. The full 10% retainage may be reinstated if the manner of
completion of -he work and its progress do not raiain satisfactory to th.2
Architect or for other good and sufficient reasons.

(a) The Contractor shall prrnptlvy pay each Subcontractor, upon receipt
of z-. L.nt from the caner out of the aiount 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 payments to the Contractor on account of such
Subcontractor's work.

(b) The Architect rmay, on request at his discretion, furnish to a
Subcontractor, if practicable, information regarding the percentages
of completion of the count appl ied for by the Contractor and the
action taken tnereon bi tne Architect on account of Work done by such
Subcontractor.

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

(d) No Certcificate for a pLror.ess payment, nor any progress L'int, rnoi
any pcirtial or entire use of occupancy of the project by the Owner,
shail constitute Ln acceptance of in r ork not in accordance with ihe
Contract documents.























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5.3 Payments Witiheld From Contract Sum


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

1. defective work not remedied,

2. third party claims filed or reasonable evidence indicating probable
filing of such ciaiiLs,

3. failure of the Contractor to makee payments properly to Subcontractors
or for labor, materials, or equi-ment,

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 the Work will not be completed within the
Contract Time, or

7. persistent failure to carry out the Work in accordance with the
Contract Documents.

Uhen the above grounds in Article 6.3 hereof are removed, payment shall be
iade for amount withheld because of them.

PTRTICLE 7. FINAL PAYNI-IT AGAINST CONalJrriCT SU

HJitAin thirty (30) days from the date of Contract Coipie-ion, the Owner
shall pay or cause to be paid to the Contractor, the entire unpaid balance
of tiie c'ien Contract Sum, less *one amount of any sums which continue to be
retained co satisfy the cost of performing any change in the .ork wnich is
-ae subject of any claim or dispu-e and which has noc yet been
satisfactorily erionrmed by the Contractor, provided that the parties have
not otherwise stipulated in the Certificate of Substantial Completion, and
provided further that the Work has been satisfactorily completed, the
Contractor's obiiyacions under X c ...._ ct 'hve been lully perona ed, and
a final Certificate for P ,.,n, I has been issued by the Architect.









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ARTICLE 8. !ISCELL=AEOUS PRCJISIONS


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

8.2 The Contract Documents, which constitute the entire Agreement between
the Onmer and Contractor are listed in Article 1. and except for
IModifications issued after execution of this A.ra7..ent are enumerated as
follows:




























C.3 'he Ltem "Substantial Cu.., i*-.ion" shall iean that the project under
this contract is sufficiently couple cad in accordance aiti h Lthe ContracL
Docu mncs, so ltha the Owner can occupy or utilize the work or designated
ixoruions t.ireof for tiLe use for which it is intended, as expressed in chl
Con cract Docuints.

Tie -xri s "Substancial Comipl:-tion" sha ll not mean tche inclusion o_ Luci
.4inor cci-,.racions i nd pachiini a.s thi Fin,.i Inspection shall disclose.






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3.4 ClaLtis and Disputes


8.4.1 Arbitration Provisions Deleted

The provisions of Articles 2.2.9, 2.2.12, 7.4, 7.4.1, 7.9, 7.9.1, 7.9.2
and 7.9.3 of the Standard Form American Institute of Architects' AIA
Document A-201 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction, are
her eb eliminated.

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

3.4.2 Delays; Changes In The Work

Article 3.3.4 of the AIA General Conditions is deleted and Contractor's
remedies for delays in the progress of the Work, or for changes in the
Work, shall be limited to those provided in this Article. The
Contractor's exclusive 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 W-ork cannot be determined with any degree of
certainty, it is hereby agreed that in the event Contractor is delayed in
t pe progress of the Work after Notice to Proceed to :obilize on Site and
to Proceed Wich Construction for causes beyond its control and
actribucable only to acts or omissions of Owner, Contractor shall be
entitled co compensation for overhead and profit costs either (a) as a
fixed percentage of the actual cost of the change in the Work, if tie
delay results from a change in the Work, as calculated in Section G,
Suppla~ent .r General Condicions, or (b) it the delay results from ortier
taan ,:a change in the Work, at an amount for each day of delay calculated
by dividing tnn count equal to __ of the original contract suin by tie
number of calendar days of the original contract time.

In the event of 1 change in hoe Work, Contractor's claLi for adjustments
in contract sum are limited exclusively to its actual costs for such
changes pus fixed 'ec:n .-s for overhead, additional profit .an bond
costs, as specified in Section G.











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The forgoing remedies for delays and changes in the Work are to the
exclusion of, and thus eliminate, the total cost concept (that is,
computing Contractor's additional costs for changes in Work or for the
costs of a delay in the progress of the Work by comparing Contractor's
total actual costs with its original estimate, see McDevitt a Street
Company V. Department of General Services State of Florida, 377 So.2d 191,
(Fla. Ist-DCA 1979) as a method of determining Contractor's costs
associated with a change in tne Work or with delay in the progress of the
Work.

No provision of this contract shall be construed as a waiver of sovereign
i~.nunity by the Owner.

No provision of the Contract Documents makes or is intended to make
provision for recovery by Contractor of damages for delay or for breach of
contract. All claims, disputes or controversies under this contract shall
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.

0.4.3 Exclusive Claims Provision

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 tiis contract, the Contractor shall noi have any right
to compensation other than, or in addition to, clhat provided by this
contract to satisfy any claia for costs, liabiii-ies or debts of any kind
whatever resulting from any act or omission attributable to the Owner
unless Concractor has provided notice as required by Arcicle 0 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. name and business address of the claimant,

2. a concise statement of the ultianace facts, including the statement
of all disputed issues of material ct, upon which the claim is
based,

3. a concise statement of the provisions of the contcrac- together with
any federal, state and local laws, ordinances or code requirements
or customary practices and usages in tic' industry asserted to be
acpliicable co cahe questions presented by tCe claim lnd a demand! for
cne specific relief believed to be due the cLimiian, and

4. cae cice of tZIe occurrence o the event jiving rise to cie claim and
uhei date and manner or Caontractor's compliance witn the notice
rei-uiremencs or 2Article 0 or 12 of the AIA CcWnera Condi-Lions.


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Within thirty (30) days from the date any such claim is recieved, the
Owner snall deliver to the Contractor its written determination on the
claim. Unless the Owner's determination is agreed to by the Concractor
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 designate a hearing officer
who sail conduct a proceeding in accordance with Chapter 13-4, F.A.C.

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

8.4.4 Interest Provision Deleted

Article 7.8.1 of the General Conditions 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 in
aaimony with and be compatible with all other labor being used by building
and construction contractors now or hereafter on the site of the





Contractor further agrees that -ris provision will be included in all
subcontrracs of the Subcontractor as well as in the Contractor's own
contract; provided, however, that tiis provision shall not be interpreted
or enforced so as to deny or abridge, on account of membership or non-
iember saip in any labor union or labor organization, che right of any
person to work as guaranteed by Article 1, Section 6 of the Florida
onstit ution.

'.5 Ahpprentices

Ii the Contractor nepllcys aYprentices on che project, the behavior of- ta
Cont racor and Lt, Owner snail b!e g.overned by ce provisions of Cihater
'16, Florida Statutes, and by applicale standards and policies governing
appruenice programs and .jL,~f. iis escablished by cne Division or Labor of
the State of Florida L.c1 rctment of Labor and Eamploym ent Security. The
Concraccor will include a provision sicLailr to the Loregoing sentence in
each subcontract.


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8.7 Contractor presentation


The Contractor represents and warrants that the information provided by
the Contractor on Owner's Form DBC-5085 "Experience Questionaire and
Contractor's Financial Statement", which was submitted by the Contractor
to qualify for award of this contract, and is hereby made a part oi this
Agreement by reference, is true, accurate and correct. The Contractor
understands and agrees that materially inaccurate information may result
in termination of this contract at the Owner's option.

8.8 Contractor's Work Force

The Contractor agrees to perform no less than 15% of the project
construction work utilizing his own employees. The percentage shall be
calculated on the basis of the cost of materials and labor utilized by the
prime Contractor's own forces in relation to th2e original contract zaount.

8.9 Contractor's Supervision of Project

The Contractor must provide, as a minimum, field (on site) supervision
(through a named superintendent) of each of the general, concrete forcing
and placement, masonry, mechanical, plumbing, electrical and roofing
trades, either through the use of his employees, or in the instance of
ecinanicai, plumbing and electrical trades through the use of employees of
the subcontractor as shown in Items 55 and 56 of the attached Document
entitled "'Zperience Questioinaire cid Contractor's Financial Stataient",
and Ite:i 9, Supervisor, as required in Rule 13D-11.004 displayed in
Paragraph 2-2 of the Specifications. These Documents by reference or
attachment hiereo 'oms part of this Agreement. The Contractor shai not
ciianye or deviace from these principal and supervisory personnel without
t;a wricten consent of the Owner.








IN 7ITEESS ';:riZ0' tihe parties hereto navu executed this ;'are..-nc the cay
and year first written above.


ATTEST


CCJTRACTOR


as WITmESSED BY,


(Lana S& Title)


(CORPORATE S~AL)


William A. Scaringe, P.E., Assistant Director,
Division of Building Construction
Department of General Services
?eco~iended for ?Approval and Signature


Ronald rT. ":C.\,a,
I.ecuciva Director,
Dep



Departi,;ent oi: General Servic=s;


..rbs't J. Boera'., FAIA, Director,
Division of Duilding Construction
Depa-rtent or General Servicas


As itmness Dy


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State of Florida
Department of

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


,':k


Performance Bond

THIS BOND IS ISSUED SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH LABOR AND MATERIAL PAYMENT BOND IN FAVOR OF THE
OWNER CONDITIONED ON THE FULL AND FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACT



KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: that







as Principal, hereinafter called Contractor, and,







as Surety, hereinafter called Surety, are held and firmly bound unto the Governor and Cabinet, and their successors in office,
as and constituting the Department of General Services of the State of Florida as Obligee, hereinafter called Owner, in the
amount of






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

WHEREAS,


Contractor has by written agreement, dated
for


19 entered into a contract with the Owner


in accordance with Drawings and Specifications prepared by





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

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION is such that, if Contractor shall promptly and faithfully perform said
Contract and all obligations thereunder, 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 time made by the Owner.

Whenever Contractor shall be, and declared by Owner to be in default under the Contract, the Owner having performed Owner's
obligations thereunder, the Surety may promptly remedy the default, in accordance with Section 255.05, Florida Statutes, or
shall promptly

1) Complete the Contract in accordance with its terms and conditions, or 2) Obtain a bid or bids for completing the Contract
in accordance with its terms and conditions, and upon determination by Surety of the lowest responsible bidder or, if the Owner
elects, upon determination by the Owner and the Surety Jointly of the lowest responsible bidder, arrange for a Contract between
such bidder and Owner, and make available as work progresses (even though there should be a default or a succession of defaults
under the Contract or Contracts of completion arranged under this paragraph) sufficient funds to pay the cost of completion
less the balance of the Contract price; but not exceeding, including other costs and damages for which the Surety may be
liable hereunder, the amount set forth in the first paragraph hereof. The term "balance of the Contract price", as used in this
paragraph, shall mean the total amount payable by Owner to Contractor under the Contract and any amendments thereto, less the
amount properly paid by Owner to Contractor.

No right of action shall accrue on this bond to or for the use of any person or corporation other than the Owner named herein
or the heirs, executors, administrators or successors of the Owner. The time within which the Owner can institute an action on
this bond against the Surety or Contractor shall be determined by the time periods of Section 95.11(3)(c), Florida Statutes
(1985).







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84.


.





SIGNED AND SEALED THIS DAY OF 19


(Signature For Contractor) (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name & Title)






Signature of Attorney-In-Fact (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name)







(Signature of Florida Resident Agent)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name & Social Security Number)



Power of Attorney attached hereto.


NOTES CONCERNING SURETY AND EXECUTION

A. SURETY COMPANY REQUIREMENTS

To be acceptable to the Department of General Services, a Surety Company shall comply with all of the requirements of
Article B-14 of the Conditions of the Contract.


B. EXECUTION OF BOND

1. Enter the Surety Company's name and address on each copy of the Bond in the Space provide.

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 must be the same as the date
shown on page 1 of the Agreement.

4. Have each copy 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 Contractors' Corporate Seal affixed to each copy
of the Bond beside that person's signature (No Facsimiles are acceptable).

5. Have each copy of the Bond signed by the person authorized to sign on behalf of the Surety Company. Type in that
person's name 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 Surety Company's Corporate Seal affixed to each copy of the Bond
beside that person's signature (No facsimiles are acceptable).

6. Have each copy of the Bond signed by a Florida Resident Agent (Reference Chapters 624.425 and 624.426 of the Florida
Statutes). Type in that person's name and Social Security number 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. This may be the same person
indicated in B.5 above, if this person is a Florida Resident Agent and is also authorized to sign on behalf of the
Surety Company as Attorney-In-Fact.

7. Each copy of the Bond must have a Power of Attorney attached indicating that the person in B.5 above is authorized
to sign on behalf of the Surety Company.

8. Each copy of the Power of Attorney must have the Surety Company's Corporate Seal and a Notary Seal either manually
affixed or they may utilize facsimile reproductions of the same.

9. *If the date of execution of the Power of Attorney is not the same as the date shown on page 1 of the Agreement, then
the Power of Attorney must be certified to still be in effect on the date shown on page 1 of the Agreement.

10. If the Bond is being backed by the Small Business Administration, then a certified true and correct copy of the
Surety Bond Guarantee Agreement, SBA Form 990, must be attached to each copy of the Bond.






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State of Florida
Department of

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


Labor and Material Payment Bond
THIS BOND IS ISSUED SIMULTANEOUSLY WITH PERFORMANCE BOND IN FAVOR OF THE
OWNER CONDITIONED ON THE FULL AND FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE OF THE CONTRACT


KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: that






as Principal, hereinafter called Contractor, and,







as Surety, hereinafter called Surety, are held and firmly bound unto the Governor and Cabinet, and their successors in
office, as and constituting the Department of General Services of the State of Florida as Obligee, hereinafter called
Owner, for the use and benefit of claimants as hereinbelow defined, in the amount of






for the payment whereof Contractor and Surety bind themselves, their heirs, 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





in accordance with drawings and Specifications prepared by





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

THE CONDITIONS OF THIS BOND are as follows:

1. Contractor shall promptly make all payments owing when due to all persons who are defined in Section 713.01, Florida
Statutes, whose claims derive directly or indirectly from the prosecution of the work provided for in the contract.
then this bond is void; otherwise, it remains in full force and effect.

2. Each said claimant shall have a right of action against the Contractor and Surety for the amount due him. No such
action shall subject the Obligee to any cost, expense, loss or damage, and Contractor shall promptly pay Obligee for
the full measure of all cost, expense, loss, damage, and attorneys fees sustained by Obligee as a result of any
default by Contractor under the contract.

3. Pursuant to Section 255.05, Florida Statutes, a claimant, except a laborer, who is not in privity with the
Contractor and who has not received payment for his labor, materials, equipment or supplies shall, within forty five
(45) days after beginning to furnish labor, materials, equipment or supplies for the prosecution of the work,
furnish the Contractor with a notice that he intends to look to the bond for protection. A claimant who is not in
privity with the Contractor and who has not received payment for his labor, materials, equipment or supplies shall.
within ninety (90) days after completing performance of the labor or after completing delivery of the materials,
equipment or supplies, deliver to the Contractor and to the Surety written notice of the performance of the labor or
delivery of the materials, equipment or supplies and of the nonpayment. No action for the labor, materials.
equipment or supplies may be instituted against the Contractor or the Surety after one year from the date
performance of the labor is completed or delivery of the materials, equipment or supplies is completed.

4. An action against the Surety or the Contractor or both, may be brought in the county in which the public building or
public work is being constructed or repaired or in any other place authorized by the provisions of Chapter 47,
Florida Statutes.

5. The amount of this bond shall be changed only to the extent that the Contract Sum is changed in accord with
applicable provisions of the Contract for Construction.

6. Neither any change in or under the contract documents, nor any compliance or noncompliance with any formalities
provided in the contract or the change shall relieve the Surety of its obligations under this bond.


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86.






SIGNED AND SEALED THIS DAY OF 19



(Signature for Contractor) (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name & Title)






Signature of Attorney-In-Fact (Seal)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name)







(Signature of Florida Resident Agent)


(Signature of Witness)


(Type Name & Social Security Number)



Power of Attorney attached hereto.


NOTES CONCERNING SURETY AND EXECUTION

A. SURETY COMPANY REQUIREMENTS

To be acceptable to the Department of General Services, a Surety Company shall comply with all of the requirements of
Article B-14 of the Conditions of the Contract.


B. EXECUTION OF BOND

1. Enter the Surety Company's name and address on each copy of the Bond in the Space provide.

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 must be the same as the date
shown on page 1 of the Agreement.

4. Have each copy 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 Contractors' Corporate Seal affixed to each copy
of the Bond beside that person's signature (No Facsimiles are acceptable).

5. Have each copy of the Bond signed by the person authorized to sign on behalf of the Surety Company. Type in that
person's name 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 Surety Company's Corporate Seal affixed to each copy of the Bond
beside that person's signature (No facsimiles are acceptable).

6. Have each copy of the Bond signed by a Florida Resident Agent (Reference Chapters 624.425 and 624.426 of the Florida
Statutes). Type in that person's name and Social Security number 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. This may be the same person
indicated in B.5 above, if this person is a Florida Resident Agent and is also authorized to sign on behalf of the
Surety Company as Attorney-In-Fact.

7. Each copy of the Bond must have a Power of Attorney attached indicating that the person in B.5 above is authorized
to sign on behalf of the Surety Company.

8. Each copy of the Power of Attorney must have the Surety Company's Corporate Seal and a Notary Seal either manually
affixed or they may utilize facsimile reproductions of the same.

9. If tte date of execution of the Power of Attorney is not the same as the date shown on page 1 of the Agreement, then
the Power of Attorney must be certified to still be in effect on the date shown on page 1 of the Agreement.

10. If the Bond is being backed by the Small Business Administration, then a certified true and correct copy of the
Surety Bond Guarantee Agreement, SBA Form 990, must be attached to each copy of the Bond.






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87.





CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE
DATE:

This Certificate is issued at the request of:
DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES, STATE OF FLORIDA
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

The following insurance policies of this company have been issued to:
INSURED:


on the construction job designated below:


LOCATION


STATE PROJECT NO.


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

Contractor's Comprehensive 300 ea. occ.
General Liability and Combined
Property Damage Single Limit
Policy No.
1. Bodily Injury
Liability

2. Property Damage INCLUDED
Liability
Automobile Liability 100
Policy No. Combined
1. Bodily Injury Single Limit
Liability

2. Property Damage INCLUDED
Liability

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

2. Property Damage INCLUDED
Liability

NOTE: All blanks on this form must be completely filled in. If the same policy number is
indicated for the "Contractor's Comprehensive General Liability and Property Damage
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
additional named insured on that policy by checking (Yes or No ) here.


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Rev. 7/16/87


NAME





Other Required Coverages:


1. "XCU" (Explosion, Collapse, Underaround Damage): 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 & Completed Ooerations- The Contractor's Liability
.Coverage shall include Broad Form Property Damage Coverage and Completed Operations.

5. Builder' Risk Coverage: The Contractor shall secure and maintain during the life
of this contract a "Builder's Risk Policy", All Risks IForm, 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 Department of General Services, Division of Building Construction
and Property Management, Larson Building, Roon 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 police. 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
from accidents and for damage to property, which may arise fran operations under the
contract whether such operations be by the Contractor or anyone directly employed
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 thel designated insurer will give notice by
mail to the Department of General 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 Telephone

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D."- ,R-. .T OF GE-NERAL SERVICES

512 L.SON9 BUILDING

TALTZ AYSEE FLORIDA 32399-0974


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DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES
DIVISION OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR,
EXPERIENCE QUESTIONNAIRE
AND
CONTRACTOR'S FINANCIAL STATEMENT

The information listed in the Experience Questionnaire and Contractor's
Financial Statement Forms is required to be filed with soliciting agencies prior to
award of any contract. In order to expedite the processing of contracts, please
complete the enclosed forms in accordance with these instructions.

The bidder is required to complete all the attached forms. If the bidder is
a Joint Venture, then each Corporation, Partnership or Individual that is a party
to the Joint Venture must complete, individually, each form.

All references to "fiscal year" in this questionnaire will mean the fiscal
year of the bidder filing this form.



Page No. 1

Project Title Indicate title of project as shown in the specifications.

Location Project location as shown in the specifications.

Trades or Trades Being Bid Insert in box(es) on Page 1 the code numbers) listed
below which represent the trade(s) for which you are
qualified to bid:

Trade Code Number

Building Construction 1
Electrical 2
Elevator 3
Food Service 4
Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning 5
Laboratory Equipment 6
Landscaping 7
Plumbing 8
Power Plants (Boilers, Equipment & Piping 9
Refrigeration 10
Roofing 11
Sanitary (Sewage Treatment Plants, Pumping Stations, etc. 12
Other 13




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