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NAVFAC Design-Build Model Request for Proposal - Hangar

UFGS 01 14 00.05 20


USACE / NAVFAC / AFCEC / NASA          UFGS-01 14 00.05 20 (January 2012)
                                       -------------------------------
Preparing Activity:  NAVFAC            Superseding
                                       UFGS-01 14 00.05 20 (April 2011)

UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 01 14 00.05 20

WORK RESTRICTIONS FOR DESIGN-BUILD
01/12


NOTE:  This guide specification covers the requirements for work and site restrictions for Design-Build projects.

Adhere to UFC 1-300-02 Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard when editing the guide specification or preparing new project guide specification sections.  Edit this guide specification for project specific requirements by adding, deleting, or revising text.  For bracketed items, choose applicable item(s) or insert appropriate information.

Remove information and requirements not required in respective project, whether or not brackets are present.

Use of electronic communication is encouraged.

If the RFP Preparer is using the Specsintact version of the PTS section, this guide specification includes tailoring options for NAVFAC regional requirements. Selection or deselection of a tailoring option will include or exclude that option in the section, but editing the resulting section to fit the project is still required.

Edit this guide specification for project specific requirements by adding, deleting, or revising test. Brackets are used in the text to indicate designer choices or locations where text must be supplied by the designer. For bracketed items, choose applicable item(s) or insert appropriate information. Remove information and requirements not required for project, whether or not brackets are present.

PART 1 GENERAL


[ 1.1 DEFINITIONS


NOTE:  Use for NAVFAC Pacific projects only.

1.1.1 State

"State" when used in reference to states of the United States shall also include the Territory of Guam.

] [ 1.2 SUBMITTALS


NOTE:  Review submittal description (SD) definitions in Section 01 33 00.05 20 CONSTRUCTION SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit the following list to reflect only the submittals required for the project.  Submittals should be kept to the minimum required for adequate quality control.

A "G" following a Part 2 Specification Section submittal item indicates that the submittal requires Government approval.  Some submittals are already marked with a "G."  Only delete an existing "G" if the submittal item is not complex and can be reviewed through the Contractors Quality Control system.  Only add a "G" if the submittal is sufficiently important or complex in context of the project.

For submittals requiring Government approval on Army projects, a code of up to three characters within the submittal tags may be used following the "G" designation to indicate the approving authority. Codes for Army projects using the Resident Management System (RMS) are: "AE" for Architect-Engineer; "DO" for District Office (Engineering Division or other organization in the District Office); "AO" for Area Office; "RO" for Resident Office; and "PO" for Project Office. Codes following the "G" typically are not used for Navy, Air Force, and NASA projects.

Choose the first bracketed item for Navy, Air Force and NASA projects, or choose the second bracketed item for Army projects.

The use of a "G" following a submittal indicates that a Government approval action is required.  Submit the following in accordance with Section 01 33 10.05 20 DESIGN SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and Section 01 33 00.05 20 CONSTRUCTION SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES.

    SD-01 Preconstruction Submittals

        List of contact personnel; G

        Visit Request for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Form (PHNSY 14ND-SYD-5512/28); G

        Completed Special Access Determination (NAVSEA 5510/15); G

        Pier parking authorization; G

        Government guard services; G

        Meal Signature Record Book (MSRB); G

        Dining and lodging requirements; G

        Housing plan; G

        Medical plan; G

        Contractor regulations; G

        Transportation of personnel, materials, and equipment; G

        Purchase orders; G

        Personnel List; G

        Vehicle List; G

        Statement of Acknowledgement Form SF 1413; G

] 1.3 SPECIAL SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS


NOTE:  If there are special requirements, use those portions of the following paragraph which apply to the project.

[a.  [_____] shall be ready for operation as approved by Contracting Officer before work is started on [_____] which would interfere with normal operation.]

[b.  Have materials, equipment, and personnel required to perform the work at the site prior to the commencement of the work.  Specific items of work to which this requirement applies include:

    (1)  [_____]

    (2)  [_____]]

[c.  The [_____] will remain in operation during the entire construction period.  Conduct operations so as to cause the least possible interference with normal operations of the activity.]

[d.  Permission to interrupt any Activity roads, railroads, and/or utility service shall be requested in writing a minimum of [15] [_____] calendar days prior to the desired date of interruption.]

[e.  The work under this contract requires special attention to the scheduling and conduct of the work in connection with existing operations.  Identify on the construction schedule each factor which constitutes a potential interruption to operations.

The following conditions apply:

    (1)  [_____]

    (2) [_____]]

f.  NMCI Contractor Access:  The NMCI Contractor must be allowed access to the facility towards the end of construction (finishes 90 percent complete, rough-in 100 percent complete, Inside Plant (ISP)/Outside Plant (OSP) infrastructure in place) to provide equipment in the telecommunications rooms and make final connections.  The Contractor will be required to coordinate their efforts with the NMCI contractor to facilitate joint use of building spaces during the final phases of construction and work the coordination effort into the construction schedule.  Requirements for NMCI are specified in Part 4, D50 ELECTRICAL and G40 SITE ELECTRICAL UTILITIES.

1.4 CONTRACTOR ACCESS AND USE OF PREMISES

1.4.1 Activity Regulations


NOTE: Include the first bracketed sentence for projects at MCBH Kaneohe Bay.

Ensure that Contractor personnel employed on the Activity become familiar with and obey Activity regulations including safety, fire, traffic and security regulations.  Keep within the limits of the work and avenues of ingress and egress.  [Ingress and egress of Contractor vehicles at the Activity is limited to the H-3 gate.]  [To minimize traffic congestion, delivery of materials shall be outside of peak traffic hours (6:30 to 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.) unless otherwise approved by the Contracting Officer.]  Wear hard hats in designated areas.  Do not enter any restricted areas unless required to do so and until cleared for such entry.  The Contractor's equipment shall be conspicuously marked for identification.

1.4.1.1 Subcontractors and Personnel Contacts

Furnish a list of contact personnel of the Contractor and subcontractors including addresses and telephone numbers for use in the event of an emergency.  As changes occur and additional information becomes available, correct and change the information contained in previous lists.

1.4.1.2 Identification Badges


NOTE: Contractor will have the option of participating in NCACS, which will be available Navy-wide in Marianas and CONUS locations, including Hawaii, or by obtaining one-day passes. Edit installation-specific paragraphs in this section accordingly. Do not use this paragraph at OCONUS locations, unless NCACS is available at that location.

When issuance of identification badges involves some time consuming process, identify process in bracketed blank space provided in following paragraph.

Application for and use of badges will be as directed. Obtain access to the installation by participating in the Navy Commercial Access Control System (NCACS) or by obtaining passes each day from the Base Pass and Identification Office. Costs for obtaining passes through the NCACS are the responsibility of the Contractor. One-day passes, issued through the Base Pass and Identification Office will be furnished without charge.  Furnish a completed EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION (DHS FORM I-9) form for all personnel requesting badges. This form is available at http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis by searching or selecting Employment Verification (Form I-9) [_____]. Immediately report instances of lost or stolen badges to the Contracting Officer.

  1. NCACS Program: NCACS is a voluntary program in which Contractor personnel who enroll, and are approved, are subsequently granted access to the installation for a period up to one year, or the length of the contract, whichever is less, and are not required to obtain a new pass from the Base Pass and Identification Office for each visit. The Government performs background screening and credentialing. Throughout the year the Contractor employee must continue to meet background screening standards. Periodic background screenings are conducted to verify continued NCACS participation and installation access privileges. Under the NCACS program, no commercial vehicle inspection is required, other than for Random Anti-Terrorism Measures (RAM) or in the case of an elevation of Force Protection Conditions (FPCON). Information on costs and requirements to participate and enroll in NCACS is available at http://www.rapidgate.com/vendors/how-to-enroll or by calling 1-877-727-4342. Contractors should be aware that the costs incurred to obtain NCACS credentials, or costs related to any means of access to a Navy Installation, are not reimbursable. Any time invested, or price(s) paid, for obtaining NCACS credentials will not be compensated in any way or approved as a direct cost of any contract with the Department of the Navy.
  2. One-Day Passes: Participation in the NCACS is not mandatory, and if the Contractor chooses not to participate, the Contractor's personnel will have to obtain daily passes, be subject to daily mandatory vehicle inspection, and will have limited access to the installation. The Government will not be responsible for any cost or lost time associated with obtaining daily passes or added vehicle inspections incurred by non-participants in the NCACS.

[ 1.4.1.3 Additional Badge Requirements


NOTE: Use the following paragraph for projects at the Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, MD.

Identification badges will be issued to the Contractor and his employees in accordance with the Naval Air Station Security Regulations. A copy of the security regulations may be obtained from the security office. All badges must be returned or accounted for to the department of Public Safety's Pass and Identification Office upon expiration of the badge or Tceonxtract, or termination of the employee.

] [ 1.4.1.4 Employee List


NOTE:  Include this paragraph for projects at Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, Maryland.

The Contractor shall provide to the Contracting officer, in writing, the names of two designated representatives authorized to request personnel and vehicle passes for employees and subcontractor's employees prior to commencement of work under this contract.  The Contractor shall adhere to the requirements of "Important Clarifications - Contractors - How to Gain Access," dated 31 October 1995, in obtaining access to the Naval Air Station complex for the life of the contract.  A copy of these requirements will be provided at the preconstruction meeting.

] [ 1.4.1.5 Personnel Entry Approval


NOTE:  Include this paragraph for projects at Naval Air Station, Patuxent River, MD.

Failure to obtain entry approval will not affect the contract price or time of completion.

] [ 1.4.1.6 FISC Pearl Harbor Safety/Security Policy


NOTE: Include this paragraph for projects at FISC Pearl Harbor.

Non-FISC personnel requiring access to FISC property shall check in at the Fuel Department, FISC Operations Division, B1757 1st deck, at the beginning and end of each work day.  Keys to Fuel Facilities will be issued daily between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  Keys must be returned by 7:00 p.m. the same day.  An after-hours drop box is located outside B1757.

At the end of each workday, update the check-in board in the FISC Operations Division and provide information as follows for the next workday:

  1. Contract name or number
  2. Name of person responsible for work crew(s)
  3. Emergency phone numbers
  4. Number of workers in crew
  5. Location of work
  6. Type of work to be conducted
  7. FISC support required:

    (1)   Transportation

    (2)   Draining of pipe

    (3)   Outages

    (4)   Elevator use

    (5)   Other

Route hot work permits to the FISC Fuel Department (Code 701) for approval.  Following approval, submit permit to the Federal Fire Department (FFD).  After approval by the FFD, submit a copy of the permit and the Marine Chemist Gas Free Certificate to the Fuels Operations Division for record.

] 1.4.2 Working Hours


NOTE:  When there is a need for special work periods, such as at occupied family housing, this paragraph should be modified accordingly.  Obtain this information from the Activity via the Government.

Regular working hours shall consist of an [8 1/2 hour] [[_____] hour] period [established by the Contracting Officer], between [7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.,] [[_____] a.m. and [_____] p.m.,] Monday through Friday, [and 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday], excluding Government holidays.

1.4.3 Work Outside Regular Hours


NOTE:  For NAVFAC Pacific projects, discuss with the Contracting Officer when work outside regular hours is anticipated since it generally requires overtime pay for Government employees.  When there is a need for special work periods, such as at occupied family housing, modify this paragraph accordingly.  For MCBH Kaneohe Bay, use 30 calendar days.

Work outside regular working hours requires Contracting Officer approval.  Make application [15] [_____] calendar days prior to such work to allow arrangements to be made by the Government, giving the specific dates, hours, location, type of work to be performed, contract number and project title.  Based on the justification provided, the Contracting Officer may approve work outside regular hours.  During periods of darkness, the different parts of the work shall be lighted in a manner approved by the Contracting Officer.

[ 1.4.4 Exclusionary Periods

No work shall be performed during Basewide annual security exercises for [2] [_____] days each year [and during the period [_____] to [_____]], inclusive, without prior written approval of the Contracting Officer.  Such delays shall be incorporated into the Contractor's construction schedule and will be at no additional cost or time to the Government.

] [ 1.4.5 Occupied and Existing Building[s]


NOTE:  Edit for all projects as appropriate.  Delete this paragraph and its subparagraphs unless the work is in or around existing occupied buildings or unless Activity operations will materially affect the Contractor's operations.  Examples of the latter include:

1.  Restrictions regarding the time of day (or other period) or the duration of work in an area

2.  Interruptions of work in an area for operations, one time or periodic

3.  Interruption of work for a specific time for operations

4.  Location or restrictions on location of construction equipment

5.  Maintaining access.

Contact the Government to determine the complete details of scheduling restraints which may impact on the successful bidder's time or cost of performance of the work, and incorporate such details in this paragraph.  Note that this paragraph defines the impact of Activity operations upon the Contractor.  If the Contractor affects Activity operations, include that information in paragraph entitled "SPECIAL SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS" and not in this paragraph.

The Contractor shall be working [in an existing building] [around existing buildings] which [is][are] occupied.  [Do not enter the building[s] without prior approval of the Contracting Officer.]

[The existing buildings and their contents shall be kept secure at all times.  Provide temporary closures as required to maintain security as directed by the Contracting Officer.]

[Provide dust covers or protective enclosures to protect existing work that remains and Government material located in the [_____] during the construction period.]

[Relocate movable furniture [approximately [1.8 m] ([6 feet]) [_____] away from the Contractor's working area] [as required to perform the work], protect the furniture, and replace the furniture in [its] [their] original location[s] upon completion of the work.]  [Leave attached equipment in place, and protect [it] [them] against damage, or temporarily disconnect, relocate, protect, and reinstall [it] [them] at the completion of the work.]

[The Government will remove [and relocate] other Government property in the areas of the building[s] scheduled to receive work.]

] 1.4.6 Utility Cutovers and Interruptions

a.  Make utility cutovers and interruptions after normal working hours or on Saturdays, Sundays, and Government holidays.  Conform to procedures required in the paragraph "Work Outside Regular Hours."


NOTE:  Use the next two paragraphs on all projects involving potential conflicts with existing utility systems.  Clearly detail the permissible extent, the sequencing, or the duration of outages.  Contact the Government to determine the complete details of outage or scheduling restraints which may impact on the successful bidder's time or cost of performance of the work, and incorporate such details in this paragraph.

b.  Ensure that new utility lines are complete, except for the connection, before interrupting existing service.

c.  Interruption to water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, telephone service, electric service, air conditioning, heating, fire alarm, compressed air, and [_____] shall be considered utility cutovers pursuant to the paragraph entitled "Work Outside Regular Hours." [Such interruption shall be further limited to [_____] hours.  This time limit includes time for deactivation and reactivation.]

[d.  Operation of Station Utilities:  The Contractor shall not operate nor disturb the setting of control devices in the station utilities system, including water, sewer, electrical, and steam services.  The Government will operate the control devices as required for normal conduct of the work.  The Contractor shall notify the Contracting Officer giving reasonable advance notice when such operation is required.]

1.4.6.1 Location of Underground Utilities

Obtain digging permits prior to start of excavation by contacting the Contracting Officer 15 calendar days in advance.[  Scan the construction site with electromagnetic or sonic equipment, and mark the surface of the ground or paved surface where existing underground utilities or utilities encased in pier structures are discovered.  Verify the elevations of existing piping, utilities, and any type of underground or encased obstruction not indicated to be specified or removed but indicated or discovered during scanning in locations to be traversed by piping, ducts, and other work to be conducted or installed.]


NOTE:  For projects in the Tidewater, Virginia area, use 15 days and include the bracketed sentence.

  1. Notification Prior to Excavation:  Notify the Contracting Officer at least [15][_____] days prior to starting excavation work.  [Contact Miss Utility 48 hours prior to excavating.  Contractor is responsible for marking all utilities not marked by Miss Utility.]

[ 1.5 SECURITY REQUIREMENTS


NOTE:  Add special or extraordinary security requirements which are unique to the station at which the work is to be performed because of the location of the project site on the station.  This information will be made available by the station through the Government.  For NAVFAC Northeast, include if the project involves Contractor access to "Classified" information or "Classified" areas.

[Contract Clause "FAR 52.204-2, Security Requirements and Alternate II," "FAC 5252.236-9301, Special Working Conditions and Entry to Work Area," and the following apply:

 [_____].]

[ 1.5.1 Naval Air Station (NAS), Patuxent River, MD

Foreign Nationals:  The Contractor is responsible for notifying the Contracting Officer, at least five days in advance, of any foreign nationals coming into a restricted area so that proper clearance and escort procedures may be initiated.

] [ 1.5.2 Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Dahlgren, VA

A copy of the security regulations may be obtained from the security office of the station.

] [ 1.5.3 Bolling Air Force Base (AFDW), Washington, DC

No employee or representative of the Contractor will be admitted to the work site unless he furnishes satisfactory proof that he is a citizen of the United States or is specifically authorized admittance by the OICC.

  1. Personnel Information - All duty authorized non-military personnel utilizing the base are required to have in their possession at all times a Base Entry Pass.  This pass is issued by the Visitors Control Center at the South Gate.  Visitors Control is open Monday through Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  A minimum of 5 working days prior to start of work, the Contractor shall furnish to the Bolling Air Force Base (AFDW), Washington, DC, Security Department, via the Contracting Officer, the following information for Contractor and subcontractor personnel required to enter the Station:

    (1)  Name of the company

    (2)  Name of the employee

    (3)  Social Security Number

    (4)  Proof of U.S. citizenship

    (5)  A completed Contractor/Vendor Criminal History Record Request

    (6)  A completed application for Base Entry Pass
  2. Proof of Citizenship - Proof of citizenship will consist of copies of birth certificates, military dependent ID card, or naturalization papers, which will be returned once entered into the security computer system.  The Security Department will run a criminal history check on Contractor employees and, as a condition of employment, each employee must willingly sign an authorization form allowing the Security Department to conduct the criminal history check.  Subject authorization form will be maintained on file by the Security Officer.  Based on proof of U.S. citizenship and the results of the criminal history check, the Security Officer will or will not grant entry to the Station.  If entry is denied, the Contractor will be immediately notified.
  3. Contractor Responsibility for Employees - The Contractor is responsible for employees under his employment.  Ensure that employees are familiar with and obey station traffic, safety, and security regulations.
  4. Motor Vehicle Operation - Ingress and egress of personnel will be subject to the security regulations of the Station.

    (1)  All personnel must be made aware of the base speed limits:

    Housing areas       5 mph
    Parking areas      10 mph
    All other areas    25 mph (unless otherwise posted)

    (2)  Parking is in designed areas only, between two white lines.  No parking is permitted in fire lanes, on seeded areas, in parking slots reserved for general officers and handicapped personnel.

    (3)  Traffic accidents should be reported immediately to the Security Police Law Enforcement Desk by calling 767-5000, 5001.

    (4)  All personnel entering the installation are subject to random vehicle inspections.  The purpose of these inspections is to detect the theft of Government and private property, and to detect contraband or illegal drugs.

    (5)  Required Information on Privately Owned Vehicles - Advise company employees who desire to use their privately owned vehicles to personally bring the vehicle, vehicle registration, copy of vehicle insurance policy, valid state inspection documentation, and driver's license to the Visitor Control Center at the South Gate.

    (6)  Access to Restricted Areas - Base entry passes allow access to designated areas on the installation only.  Entry into off limits areas is prohibited unless the contract requires it.

    (7)  Current Information - Contractors will be responsible for keeping the vehicle and employee lists current, and for securing and returning identification cards belonging to terminated employees to the Command Manager's Officer.

    (8)  Base Entry Passes - Contractor base entry passes will be valid for each entry aboard Bolling Air Force Base from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only, unless prior arrangements have been made with the Resident Officer in Charge of Construction, NDW, and the Base Security Officer, Bolling AFB, has been notified.  The passes are the property of the base and are to be returned to Visitors Control at the South Gate upon completion of the contract or termination of employment.  Replacement passes must be requested in writing and be accomplished by written authorization from the Contracting Officer.

    (9)  Providing Information to Subcontractors - Prime Contractors shall be responsible for ensuring that subcontractors receive security information.  Failure to comply with the specified requirements will result in prime contractors and subcontractors being denied access to the construction site.

] [ 1.5.4 Armed Forces Experimental Training Activity, Williamsburg, VA

This activity operates under strict security regulations and persons admitted to this activity will be accompanied by a military police escort or an official escort designated by the Security Officer, at all times.  The activity Security Officer shall authorize issuance of badges to selected responsible employees of the Contractor which permits the person issued the badge to act as an escort for other Contractor personnel on the activity.

] [ 1.5.5 Naval Air Station, Oceana, Virginia Beach, VA

Contractor personnel shall be required to obtain personnel identification badges.  In accordance with Section 01 30 00.05 20 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS FOR DESIGN-BUILD, submit, in triplicate, a list of each subcontractor and the work each is to perform.  On this listing shall appear the names of the key personnel of the Contractor and subcontractors.  A copy of the list of key personnel shall be forwarded to the Naval Air Station, Oceana, Security Department by the Contracting Officer.  The key personnel shall be responsible for identifying other Contractor and subcontractor personnel for the purpose of obtaining identification badges. Contractors working in restricted work areas shall also be required to obtain special identification badges for personnel requiring access to the restricted work areas.  Immediately after award, the Contractor shall submit a letter to the Contracting Officer with the following information for each employee:  Company name, employee's name, Social Security number, height, and weight.  Also, indicate the names of persons authorized to vouch for additional employees requiring badges.

] [ 1.5.6 Naval Base, Norfolk, VA

  1. Contractor registration.  Register with the Base Police Truck Investigation Team, located behind Pass and ID Office (Building CD-9) on Hampton Blvd, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, VA  23511-5000, telephone number (757) 322-2979.
  2. Storage and office trailer registration.  Register storage and office trailers to be used on base with the truck investigation team.  Trailers shall meet State law requirements and shall be in good condition.

    (1)  Trailers shall be lockable and shall be locked when not in use.

    (2)  Trailers shall have a sign in the lower left hand corner of left door of trailer with the following information:  Company name, address, registration number of trailer or vehicle identification number, location on base, duration of contract or stay on base, contract number, local on-base phone number, off-base phone number of main office, and emergency recall person and phone number.
  3. Equipment markings.  Equipment owned or rented by the company shall have the company name painted or stenciled on the equipment in a conspicuous location.  Rented equipment is to be conspicuously marked with a tag showing who rented the equipment.  Register the equipment with the truck investigation team.
  4. Procedure information.  For additional information regarding registration procedures, contact the Officer in Charge of Construction at (757) 445-1463 or Base Police at (757) 322-4500.

] [ 1.5.7 AEGIS Systems Combat Center, Wallops Island, VA

  1. The Contractor will be working in the AEGIS Combat Systems Center (ACSC), a Navy facility,  As soon as possible, and before work begins, the Contractor shall submit to the Contracting Officer a list of all employees who will work on the project, including names, social security numbers, and dates and places of birth.  The Contractor must verify that all employees are not known felons nor have felony charges pending.  Only United States citizens will be admitted to the work site.
  2. At all times, while on Government property, the Contractor, subcontractors, and their employees shall wear badges, and vehicle passes are required to access the jobsite.  These badges and passes will be issued for the Navy by the Wallops Flight Facility Security Office at the direction of the Contracting Office.  The Contractor must make application for badges to the Navy Contracts Office.  Badges previously issued by NASA for NASA projects must not be used to access Navy jobsites.  Upon entering the AEGIS Combat Systems Center facility, employees and their gear are subject to inspection.
  3. The Contractor shall be held accountable for identification badges and vehicle passes for the life of the contract.  The Contractor is required to report badge loss or theft immediately to the Contracting Officer.  Failure to surrender all badges and passes at the contract's end may result in the retainment of funds or the withholding of final payment by the Contracting Officer.

] [ 1.5.8 Business Access Security Requirements, Camp Lejeune, NC


NOTE:  Include the following paragraphs for work at Camp Lejeune, NC.

1.5.8.1 Business Access Definition

Contractor/subcontractor employees requiring installation access to MCB, Camp Lejeune or MCAS New River, N.C. must obtain a Business Access Identification Badge for that particular installation.  Regularly scheduled delivery personnel, to include FEDEX, UPS, pick-up and deliveries, should also follow the Business Access guidelines described below.  Personnel requiring Business Access Identification Badges shall submit all documentation listed below.  Badges are not required if the contracted position requires the employee to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC) which will be identified separately within the Government contract.

1.5.8.2 Installation Security Access Requirements

Contractor shall accomplish the security requirements below within 10 days after award or prior to performance under the contract.

1.5.8.3 Business Access Identification Badge Requirement

In order to obtain a Business Access Identification Badge for access to MCB, Camp Lejeune, and satellite activities, or MCAS New River, NC, all personnel providing services under this contract shall be required to present the documentation below to the following offices, as applicable:

  1. MCB, Camp Lejeune, NC and its satellite activities. Report as follows:

    Identification Card Center, 59 Molly Pitcher Road for badge (910-451-2727).
  2. MCAS New River, NC.  Report as follows:

    (1)  S-4 (Facilities Office), Bldg AS-211 (1st Deck) for registration on contractor's list (910-449-6310).

    (2)  Pass and Identification Office, Bldg AS-211 (1st Deck) for badge and vehicle decal (910-449-5427/5428).

1.5.8.4 Documentation

  1. Photo ID:

    Valid state or federal issued picture identification card.  Acceptable documents include state drivers license, DMV issued photo identification, or alien registration card.
  2. Proof of Employee Citizenship or Legal Alien Status:

    Acceptable documents include birth certificate, Social Security Cards, Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) forms and passports.
  3. Proof of Criminal Records Check:

    Proof of a criminal records check from the county or state where the employee has resided for the previous two years (or length of legal residence for foreign nationals in the U.S. for less than two years).  Criminal background records checks must be from a credible source.  Many credible sources exist, but some examples include the County Courthouse, Infolink Screening Services, Inc. (www.infolinkscreening.com), IntegraScan Criminal Records Checks (www.integrascan.com), Intelius Employee Screening (www.Intelius.com), and Castle Branch (www.castlebranch.com).  Subsequent to the initial criminal background records checks, local criminal records checks shall be conducted annually prior to renewal of badges for reevaluation.
  4. Letter Provided By Contracting Officer Indicating Contract:

    Letter provided by Contracting Officer indicating contract, contract period and prime contractor.  Proof of employment on a valid Government contract (e.g., a letter on company letterhead from the prime contractor including contract number and term).

1.5.8.5 Denial of Access

Installation access shall be denied if it is determined that an employee:

  1. Is on the National Terrorist Watch List
  2. Is illegally present in the United States.
  3. Is subject to an outstanding warrant.
  4. Has knowingly submitted an employment questionnaire with false or fraudulent information.
  5. Has been issued a debarment order and is currently banned from military installations.
  6. Is a Registered Sexual Offender, or has any Felony Conviction within the past two years.

1.5.8.6 Appeal Process

All appeals should be directed to the Base Inspector's Office for any individual that has been denied access to the Base.

1.5.8.7 Display and Disposition of Badges

Contractors/subcontractors shall prominently display their badges on their person at all times.  Upon completion/termination of this contract or an individual's employment, the Contractor shall collect and turn in to the Pass & ID Office all badges.  If the Contactor fails to obtain the employee's badge, the Pass & ID Office shall be notified within 24 hours.  During the contract performance period contractors will immediately report instances of lost or stolen badges to the issuing pass and identification office.

1.5.8.8 Contractor and Subcontractor Vehicle Requirements

Each vehicle to be used in contract performance shall show the Contractor's or subcontractor's name so that it is clearly visible and shall always display a valid state license plate and safety inspection sticker.  To obtain a vehicle decal, which will be valid for one year or contract period, whichever is shorter, Contractor or subcontractor vehicle operators shall provide to the Vehicle Registration Office, 60 Molly Pitcher Road for vehicle decal (910-451-1158):

  1. An installation sponsor request forwarded to provost Marshall office.
  2. A valid form of Federal or state government I.D.
  3. If driving a motor vehicle, a valid driver's license, vehicle registration and proof of insurance.

Upon completion/termination of this contract or an individual's employment, the Contractor shall collect and turn in to Vehicle Registration all Government vehicle decals.  If any are not collected, the Contractor shall notify the Vehicle Registration Office within 24 hours.

1.5.8.9 Security Checks

Contractor personnel and vehicles shall only be present in locations relevant to contract performance.  All Contractor personnel entering the base shall conform to all Government regulations and are subject to such checks as may be deemed necessary to ensure that violations do not occur.  Employees shall not be permitted on base when such a check reveals that their presence would be detrimental to the security of the base.  Subject to security regulations, the Government will allow access to an area for servicing equipment and/or performing required services.  Upon request, the Contractor shall submit to the Contracting Officer questionnaires and other forms as may be required for security purposes.

] 1.5.9 Contractor Access to MCAS Cherry Point and Outlying Areas


NOTE:  Include the following paragraphs for work at MCAS Cherry Point and Outlying Areas.

No employee or representative of the Contractor will be admitted to the work site without an Identification Badge unless specifically authorized admittance to the worksite by the Contracting Officer.

Per Air Station Order 5500.14, within five (5) days of contract award, the contractor shall provide the following information on all personnel that will be providing services aboard the US Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina and its outlying areas.  These areas include, but are not limited to Oak Grove, Piney Island, BT-11, MCALF Bogue Field and MCOLF Atlantic.

  1. A list of all employees including name, social security number, date of birth and mailing address.
  2. In order to obtain access to MCAS Cherry Point and obtain an identification badge, each contractor employee shall be required to present the following information to the Pass and Identification Office:

    (1)  Documentation of a criminal records check from the state or county covering the previous two years.  Criminal record checks may be obtained from, but is not limited to the following sources: County Courthouse, Defense Security Service (www.dss.mil) and/or Infolink Screening Services, Inc. (www.infolinkscreening.com).  Infolink Screening Services is listed as another possible source to obtain a criminal background check.  The Government does not endorse nor is it affiliated with Infolink Screening Services.

    (2)  Picture Identification Card from a state or federal agency.

    (3)  Proof of immigration status.  Acceptable documents include birth certificate, Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) forms, and passports.

    (4)  Proof of employment.

    (5)  Letter from contractor reflecting the contract number and term of the contract.
  3. If an employee is terminated prior to the end of the contract, the contractor shall return the base identification card to the Contracting Officer.  This requirement also applies to all subcontract employees.
  4. In no event will a contractor employee be permitted access to the MCAS Cherry Point for the purpose of on-site performance without the documentation listed above.  Failure to obtain this information will not result in extensions to contract start, delivery, or completion dates.

1.5.9.1 Documentation Requirements To Grant Access To Commercial And Contract Employers And Employees


NOTE:  Include the following paragraphs for work at MCAS Cherry Point and Outlying Areas.

Provide the following:

  1. An approved contract or sponsorship letter from MCAS, Cherry Point.  The letter must contain:

    (1)  The employer's company/business name on it.

    (2)  Contract number (as applicable).

    (3)  Contract expiration/termination date (most important).

    (4)  Flightline access (if required).
  2. Contractors/employers must provide a letter by fax or other means to the Officer In Charge, ROICC; Facilities Contracting; etc, listing all employees (to include SSN's, date and place of birth) who will be requiring access to the installation.  For contractors/employees who will be hired for a period more than 30 days, a contractor badge will be issued after the conditions outlined in this paragraph and below are met.
  3. Contractors/employers must also provide a letter to the Officer In Charge, ROICC, Facilities Contracting, etc, listing all employees who will be requiring access to the installation for any period less than 30 days.  Once all conditions are met, this letter (worker's name highlighted, stamped, initialed and statement saying criminal history check (CHC) was sighted) will be issued to each worker and is their authorization to access the installation.
  4. All employers/employees must provide a CHC from the state or county level covering a minimum of two years.  The CHC can not be more than 30 days old when brought to Pass & ID.  CHC's may also be obtained from, but not limited to the following sources (*):

    (1)  Your county courthouse(s) (Clerk of Court)

    (2)  www.infolinkscreening.com (all states/SSN check)

    (3)  www.123nc.com (North Carolina based but will do all states)

    (4)  www.castlebranch.com (all states/SSN check)

    (5)  www.accuratebackgroundinvestigations.com (all states/SSN check)
  5. If you have lived in more than one county or state during the past two years, you must provide a criminal history check from each residence to cover the minimum two year requirement.  Address will also be verified by driver's license.
  6. Picture ID from a state or federal agency (i.e., valid driver's license with your current residence).  If your driver's license does not show current residence, proof must be provided (i.e., paystub, rental agreement).
  7. Social security card (to verify number provided by company).
  8. If the employee is not a U.S. citizen, proof of immigration status must be provided and carried on their person at all times (resident alien (green card) or permanent resident card) (**).
  9. All personnel hired as a contractor to work for companies aboard the installation (i.e., L-3, Boeing, NMCI) will provide a criminal history check or an approved visit authorization letter (submitted to the appropriate security manager) indicating the individual has a valid security clearance.

(*)  The United States Government and the United States Marine Corps do not endorse nor are they affiliated with any of the screening services.

(**)  Those hired under the H2B program will be processed in accordance with instructions received by the Supervisor, Pass & ID Office.

1.5.9.2 Motor Vehicle Operation


NOTE:  Include the following paragraphs for work at MCAS Cherry Point and Outlying Areas.

Ingress and egress of personnel will be subject to the security regulations of the Station.

  1. All personnel must be made aware of the base speed limits:
    Housing areas 5 mph
    Parking areas 10 mph
    All other areas 25 mph (unless otherwise posted)
  2. Parking is in designed areas only, between two white lines.  No parking is permitted in fire lanes, on grass or planted areas, in parking slots reserved for general officers and handicapped personnel.
  3. Traffic accidents should be reported immediately to the Station Security Department by calling 252-466-4366.
  4. All personnel entering the installation are subject to random vehicle inspections.  The purpose of these inspections is to detect the theft of Government and private property, and to detect weapons, contraband or illegal drugs.
  5. Vehicle Passes/Required Information on Privately Owned Vehicles - Advise company employees who desire to use their privately owned vehicles to personally bring the vehicle, vehicle registration, copy of vehicle insurance policy, valid state inspection documentation, and driver's license to the Main Gate Vehicle Pass Office, Building B-250, telephone 252-466-5921.
  6. Access to Restricted Areas - Base entry passes allow access to designated areas on the installation only.  Entry into off limits areas is prohibited unless the contract requires it.
  7. Current Information - Contractors will be responsible for keeping the vehicle and employee lists current, and for securing and returning identification cards belonging to terminated employees to the Contracting Officer.
  8. Station Entry/Visitor Passes - Contractor station entry passes will be valid for each entry aboard Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only, unless prior arrangements have been made with the Resident Officer in Charge of Construction (ROICC) Cherry Point, and the Provost Marshall Officer (PMO), Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, has been notified.  The passes are the property of the station and are to be returned to Visitors Control at the Main (East) Gate upon completion of the contract or termination of employment.  Replacement passes must be requested in writing and be accomplished by written authorization from the Contracting Officer.  Visitor Passes will be issued from the Main Gate Visitor Pass Office, Building B-250, telephone 252-466-3330.
  9. Providing Information to Subcontractors - Prime Contractors shall be responsible for ensuring that subcontractors receive security information.  Failure to comply with the specified requirements will result in prime contractors and subcontractors being denied access to the construction site.

1.5.9.3 Security Of Contractor-Owned Equipment And Materials


NOTE:  Include the following paragraph for work at MCAS Cherry Point and Outlying Areas.

The Contractor shall be responsible for control and security of Contractor-owned equipment and materials at the work site.  Report immediately, missing/lost/stolen property to the Station Security Department as each case occurs.

1.5.10 Naval Aviation Depot, Cherry Point, North Carolina


NOTE:  Include the following paragraphs for work at Naval Aviation Depot, Cherry Point, NC.

Contractor personnel shall be required to obtain personnel identification badges.  The Contractor shall submit, in triplicate, a list of his subcontractors and the work each is to perform.  On this listing shall appear the names of the key personnel of the Contractor and subcontractors.  A copy of the list of key personnel shall be forwarded to the NAD Cherry Point Security Department and MCAS Cherry Point Provost Marshall Officer (PMO) by the Contracting Officer.  The key personnel shall be responsible for identifying other Contractor and subcontractor personnel for the purpose of obtaining identification badges.  Contractors working in restricted work areas shall also be required to obtain special identification badges for personnel requiring access to the restricted work areas.  Immediately after award, the Contractor shall submit a letter to the Contracting Officer with the following information for each employee: Company name, employee's name, birthplace (city/state/country), birth date, Social Security number, height, and weight.  Also, indicate the names of persons authorized to vouch for additional employees requiring badges.

All Contractor and subcontractor personnel are required to be legal resident citizens of the United States of America in order to gain access into the secure NAD compound, and proof of citizenship may be required for persons whose submitted personal data contains any discrepancies.  Legal resident alien (non-citizens) personnel may be permitted access inside the secure NAD compound if, in addition to aforementioned personal data, legal documentation (work visas, green card) are furnished for prior NAD Cherry Point Security Department review.  Such persons may be barred from entering the secure NAD compound for any reason at the discretion of the NAD Cherry Point Security Department.

Additional requirements include:

  1. Contractor responsibility for employees.  The Contractor is responsible for employees under his employment.  Ensure that employees are familiar with and obey station traffic, safety, and security regulations, as well as all security and area access procedures inside the NAD Complex.  Special security measures to be obeyed inside the NAD complex are available from:

    Naval Aviation Depot Security Department
    Attention: Security Chief
    PSC Box 8021
    Cherry Point, NC 28533-0021

    Tel. (252) 464-8018
    Fax: (252) 464-7843
  2. Motor Vehicle Operation - Ingress and egress of personnel will be subject to the security regulations of the Station.
  3. Foreign Object Damage (FOD) Control: Demolition, alteration and construction operations under this contract will be performed in proximity to the Cherry Point airstrip, access runways, and airstrip access streets.  The Contractor shall exercise due care at all times for entire duration of this contract to prevent materials, debris, trash or other items from creating hazards to aircraft and vehicles.  The Contractor shall inspect all exterior grade surfaces areas and streets accessible to the airstrip and access runways within the security perimeter of this project.
  4. Safety glasses with side-shields and safety shoes are the minimum personal protective equipment (PPE) required in all industrial shops unless it is specifically exempted on the Shop Hazard Assessment available on the Safety Intranet web page.  Sunglasses, even if ANSI approved, are not to be worn inside.  The requirement for safety shoes and glasses is "at all times" not just when employees are doing hazardous processes.  Hearing protection is required at all times in the shops designated 100 percent hearing protection and whenever noise hazards are encountered.  These requirements apply to all personnel entering the industrial shops.  The only exempted areas are the main transportation aisles in buildings 133 and 137 that non-industrial workers must travel through to get to their work stations, payroll, and the eatery.  Aisles that cut through industrial shops are included in the PPE requirement.  These safety requirements are applicable only to the extent that they exceed requirements specified elsewhere in this specification.  The most stringent requirement shall prevail.

1.5.10.1 Additional Security Requirements


NOTE: Include the following items for work at Naval Aviation Depot, Cherry Point, NC.

  1. The Contractor is hereby notified that several areas of MCAS Cherry Point are designated hazardous, dangerous, or secure due to ongoing military and aircraft operations.  These areas are clearly identified by security fencing, warning signs or other means.  The Contractor shall bear full responsibility for Contractor's and subcontractors' personnel remaining clear of, and not entering, such areas at all times.
  2. Photography is prohibited on-board the Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, and is illegal (a serious, punishable offense) inside the secure NAD Cherry Point Compound.  Cameras, video recording devices, and cell phones of any kind are strictly prohibited within the secure NAD compound at all times. Radios of certain type may be permitted within certain areas of the secure NAD compound, but only for use on specific frequencies approved by NAD and MCAS Cherry Point.  Radio use within electronically sensitive areas of the secure NAD compound shall be prohibited at all times.
  3. When operationally required, submit a written request containing specific justification and details to the Contracting Officer for review by the NAD Security Officer at least three working days prior to needed photography.  Photography, when justified, shall be performed only by the official NAD Cherry Point photographer during regular business hours.

[ 1.5.11 Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Each employee of the Contractor shall be required to submit a good conduct certificate issued by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico Police Department to obtain a temporary pass for the naval activity on which the work is to be performed.  Contractors should allow 30 calendar days from the date of application for receipt of the certificate.

] [ 1.5.12 Aviano Air Base, Aviano, Italy (NAVFAC EURAFSWA)

Additional security requirements for Aviano Air Base are specified in Section 00 73 04 SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR PROJECTS IN MEDITERRANEAN AREA.

] [ 1.5.13 Employment Restrictions for NAVFAC Southwest


NOTE:  Use for NAVFAC Southwest projects only.

Submit for approval, at least 15 days prior to the desired date of entry, an original alphabetical list of personnel who require entry into Government property to perform work on the project.  Furnish for each person:

a.  Name

b.  Date and place of birth

c.  Citizenship

d.  Home address

[e.  Social security number]

[f.  Current pass expiration date]

[g.  Naturalization or Alien Registration number]

[h.  Passport number, place of issue, and expiration date]

[The request for personnel passes shall be accompanied with the following certification:

"I hereby certify that all personnel on this list are either born U.S. citizens, naturalized U.S. citizens with the naturalization number shown[, or legal aliens with the alien registration number indicated]."

Signature/Firm Name]

] [ 1.5.14 Employment Restrictions for NAVFAC Pacific


NOTE:  Use this paragraph and its subparagraphs for NAVFAC Pacific projects.

The Contractor shall not employ for any work required by this contract, any person who is a nonimmigrant as described in section 101(a)(15)(H)(ii) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1101(a)(15)(H)(ii), an alien having a residence in a foreign country which he has no intention of abandoning and who is coming to the United States to perform temporary services or labor.

1.5.14.1 Personnel List

Submit for approval, at least 15 days prior to the desired date of entry, an original alphabetical list of personnel who require entry into Government property to perform work on the project.  Furnish for each person:

a.  Name

b.  Date and place of birth

c.  Citizenship

d.  Home address

[e.  Social security number]

[f.  Current pass expiration date]

[g.  Naturalization [or Alien Registration] number]

[h.  Passport number, place of issue, and expiration date]


NOTE:  Use item i. for Guam only.

[i.  Guam Police clearance report for last six months]

[The request for personnel passes shall be accompanied with the following certification:

"I hereby certify that all personnel on this list are either born U.S. citizens, naturalized U.S. citizens with the naturalization number shown [, or legal aliens with the alien registration number indicated]."

Signature/Firm Name]

1.5.14.2 Citizenship Requirements


NOTE:  Verify with the Activity on the security requirements for Contractor's personnel.

Will not be admitted to the work site without approval.  [Aliens are not allowed on the project site.]  [Clearance for aliens may require approximately 20 work days for approval.]  [Work under this contract is restricted to U.S. citizens.]

[ 1.5.14.3 Vehicle List

submit an original list of vehicles to be utilized at the work site with the following information for each vehicle:

  1. Make
  2. Year
  3. Model
  4. License number
  5. Registered owner
  6. Current NAVBASE Pearl Harbor pass expiration date.

] [ 1.5.14.4 Passes


NOTE:  Choose the option below for Bases other than MCBH Kaneohe.

[Submit request for personnel and vehicle passes together.  Include the Certificate of Insurance for Contractor and Subcontractor(s) and the Statement of Acknowledgement Form SF 1413 with the submittal.  Passes will normally be issued within 21 days.]


NOTE:  Choose the option below for MCBH Kaneohe projects.  MCBH Kaneohe does not issue personnel passes, just vehicle passes unique to the station.

[Obtain a blank vehicle pass from the ROICC Kaneohe office, Building 566, and complete and submit it to the Contracting Officer for processing.  Include with the submittal, a Certificate of Insurance for Contractor and Subcontractor(s), the Statement of Acknowledgement Form SF 1413 (for Subcontractors only), a Vehicle List, and a Personnel List with Citizenship.  Passes will normally be issued within 21 calendar days.]

] [ 1.5.14.5 Control

Maintain strict accountability over passes.  Immediately report to the source of issue, passes missing or lost and the circumstances.  If the Contractor has another active contract or one commencing immediately, employees' names may be transferred from one contract to the other.  Final payment will not be effected until employees are transferred to another contract or the records are cleared.  Furnish a signed letter, countersigned by the source of issue, stating that passes have been turned in.

] ] ] [ 1.6 CONTRACTOR REGULATIONS FOR DIEGO GARCIA


NOTE: Use this paragraph for projects at Diego Garcia.

The Contractor shall develop, promulgate and enforce operating regulations for campsite and other facilities and equipment under their control.  The regulations shall include the maintenance of good discipline, security, sanitation, and a fire plan.  Prepare and submit for approval after consultation with Navy authorities.

] [ 1.7 BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY (BIOT) LAWS FOR DIEGO GARCIA


NOTE: Use the following paragraphs for projects at Diego Garcia.

Applicable on Diego Garcia (DG) and enforced by the representative of the BIOT Commissioner on DG.

[ 1.7.1 BIOT Immigration Requirements

Third country Contractors and personnel shall have valid passports.  Requirements for Contractor employees who are residents of the BIOT shall be as specified by the Commissioner of the BIOT.

] [ 1.7.2 Contractor I.D.

Prepare and issue I.D. cards for each person with their equivalent General Schedule rating as prescribed in the JTR Manual Vol 11.

] [ 1.7.3 Contractor-Owned Vehicles

Approved Contractor-owned vehicles will be permitted on the site.  Motor scooters, mopeds, motorcycles, and privately owned vehicles are prohibited on DG.  Drivers must have a valid international drivers' license.

] [ 1.7.4 Inspection

Personnel, equipment and plant are subject to customs inspection.  Personnel are also subject to physical searches at random intervals.

] [ 1.7.5 Business or Occupation on DG

Engaging in commercial enterprise or other than work covered by this contract is prohibited.  This prohibition includes, but is not limited to, commercial fishing, oil or mineral exploration, and production in or under those areas of the waters, Continental shelf, and seabed around DG over which the United Kingdom has sovereignty or exercises sovereign rights.

] [ 1.7.6 BIOT Taxes and Customs Duties

Base bids on the assumption that the Contractor's firm and employees are exempt from BIOT taxes and customs duties.  There are import and export controls applicable to the BIOT.  Personal household effects, privately-owned vehicles, drugs, firearms, and other controlled materials are not authorized.  Authorized goods and materials for a non-U.S. Contractor must be consigned in care of the Contracting Officer.

] ] [ 1.8 BASE OPERATING SUPPORT (BOS) FOR WAKE ISLAND AND DEIGO GARCIA


NOTE:  Use for Wake, Johnston Island, and Diego Garcia projects.

The BOS Contractor as mentioned herein is a private contractor retained by the Government for base operations support services.  Coordinate with the Contracting Officer for services available from the BOS Contractor.

] [ 1.9 FACILITIES AND SERVICES FOR WAKE ISLAND AND DIEGO GARCIA


NOTE:  Use for Wake, Johnston Island, and Diego Garcia projects.

Verify rates and available with the Activity.

[ 1.9.1 Meal Services for Diego Garcia

Available on a cost reimbursable basis.  U.S. expatriate (EXPAT) and Third Country Nationals (TCN) personnel may obtain meals from the Navy Support Facility Consolidated Dining Facility, and the BOS Contractor TCN Dining Facility, respectively.  Each employee shall sign the Meal Signature Record Book (MSRB) before each meal.  Submit to the Contracting Officer the Meal Signature Record Book (MSRB) on a daily basis.  The Contractor will be charged by the number of personnel on island and not by the number of meals consumed.  Cost for three meals per day is $3.85 per person for TCNs and $5.65 per person for EXPATs.

] [ 1.9.2 Dining and Lodging Facilities for Wake Island

Meals and lodging facilities are available on a cost reimbursable basis.  This includes furniture, bed, linen, a towel, janitorial services and shower/toilet facilities. Submit dining and lodging requirements at least 60 days prior to actual requirements for approval.  Rates and schedule:

  MEAL                      RATES                 SCHEDULE (DAILY)

  Breakfast                 $4.85               6:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.
  Lunch                     $6.00              11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
  Dinner                    $6.00               5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
  Box Lunch                 $2.50

  Lodging:  $4.00/Person/Day

] [ 1.9.3 Housing for Diego Garcia

Provide suitable housing for employees using the Splendidville/PWC Camp facilities or other locations as directed.  Approval required to upgrade these seahuts through alteration or construction.  Develop and maintain a housing plan which reflects the actual use of housing assets under Contractor control.  The housing plan and any revisions thereto will be subject to approval.  Maintenance and repair of facilities are available on a cost reimbursable basis.  TCN housing shall not be air-conditioned unless approved.

] [ 1.9.4 Medical Facilities for Wake and Diego Garcia

Limited medical facilities and services are available on a cost reimbursable basis.  Submit a medical plan and medical records of employees prior to transporting them to the Island.  The following conditions apply.

  1. Medical plan:  Include narrative description that delineates the procedures for maintaining medical records; screening physical exams and immunization requirements; testing for contagious disease, such as dengue, malaria, tuberculosis; and other diseases that may be associated with the employee's country of origin.
  2. Personnel must receive a thorough dental and physical examination and should bring unique medication/drugs and two pairs of prescription eyeglasses.
  3. Rates:
    Out-patient Care     $30.00 per visit
    In-patient Care      $100.00 per day
    Pharmacy             Prevailing cost

  4. NOTE:  Also include this paragraph for Diego Garcia projects.

  5. Government medical services are available in emergencies where life may be in danger and for infectious diseases. Treatment for long-term medical problems or those requiring hospitalization not available.  When determined by the attending medical authorities, transfer patients to a non-Governmental medical facility as soon as possible.  [X-ray services are available for emergencies.]
  6. The MEDEVAC point is Kadena, Okinawa.  The Contractor is responsible for transferring the patient from the air terminal to a private doctor or hospital.  In case of extreme emergency, patients may be transferred to a private hospital in Okinawa at the Contractor's expense.

] [ 1.9.5 Dental Treatment for Diego Garcia

Limited to out-patient dispensary service, at $30.00 per visit, during regular working hours for relief of pain, contagious oral diseases or humanitarian reasons.

] [ 1.9.6 Retail Store

Limited items and quantities such as canned goods, bread, milk, produce, candy, toilet articles, magazines, and other such items, are available at the prevailing rates.  Luxury items are not available for purchase.

] [ 1.9.7 Alcohol and Gambling

[The Contractor may operate a combined mess and club where beer may be dispensed at authorized times.]  Consumption of alcoholic beverages is only authorized in clubs, designated areas or quarters.  Gambling is prohibited.

] [ 1.9.8 Postal Services

Postal services via the U.S. Postal system are available to U.S. personnel. Foreign national employees may send letter mail to non-APO addressees and may receive letter mail.  Foreign nationals may neither send nor receive packages or purchase money orders through the U.S. Postal system.  Money orders are available.

] [ 1.9.9 Custodial Service for Diego Garcia

Custodial services for personnel housing and other facilities under the Contractor's control are available on a cost reimbursable basis.

] [ 1.9.10 Janitorial Services for Wake Island

Janitorial services, other than those included as part of the dining and lodging facilities, are available on a cost reimbursable basis.

] [ 1.9.11 Recreation Facilities

Existing recreation facilities and special services activities are available.  The Government retains the right to limit Contractor use or schedule such use so as not to interfere with Government employees.

] [ 1.9.12 Club Privileges

Club privileges may be granted by invitation from the various clubs on the basis of classification or grade of the employee.

] [ 1.9.13 Swimming and Fishing

Permitted.  [However, exercise caution in eating fish caught within the [Midway][Wake] reef area as certain species are poisonous.  Inform personnel of known species of poisonous fish.]

] [ 1.9.14 Fuel for Wake Island

[JP-5 and MoGas are available at [$_____] and [$_____], respectively, plus a [____] and [____] percent surcharge, respectively.  Diesel fuel is not available.  The Government will not provide fuel storage facilities and will not be liable for damages and losses due to the use of JP-5 and MoGas purchased from the Government.]

] [ 1.9.15 Fuel for Diego Garcia

[JP-5, MoGas, and diesel are available at $0.71, $0.82, and $0.69 per gallon, respectively.  The Government will not provide fuel storage facilities and will not be liable for damages and losses due to the use of JP-5, MoGas, and diesel purchased from the Government.]

] ] [ 1.10 TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONNEL, MATERIALS, AND EQUIPMENT for Wake and Diego Garcia


NOTE:  Use the following paragraphs as applicable for Wake and Diego Garcia projects.

Coordinate arrangements for transporting materials, equipment, and personnel with the Contracting Officer.  [Rates shown were the latest available when this specification was prepared, and is furnished for informational purposes only.]  [The Contractor will be charged rates in effect at the time the services are actually provided.]  The Contractor has the option to use commercial or privately-owned transportation.

[ 1.10.1 Surface Transportation


NOTE:  Verify the availability and rates with the proper Government office.

Use of Government facilities are on a priority basis as determined by the Government.  Repair damaged Government property such as docks, buoys, lightering watercraft and equipment due to the Contractor's negligence at the Contractor's own expense.

  1. Military Sealift Command (MSC):  [The current shipping cycle to Midway is approximately 90 days but is subject to change without notice].  [There is no regularly scheduled MSC service to [DG] [Wake]].  If the Contractor elects to use MSC services, the Contractor is responsible for costs incurred or delays encountered because of late or nondelivery of materials or equipment.  MSC services are subject to the following conditions:

    (1)  Provided on a space available basis or if no commercial service is available.

    (2)  The Government has the right to reject cargo offered and to limit the quantities of materials accepted.

    (3)  The Government incurs no responsibility, expressed or implied, for return transportation, continued frequency, timeliness or reliability of the MSC service.

    (4)  Pay in advance by means of a special deposit account to the Fleet and Industrial Supply Center (FISC), administering the services for transportation, stevedoring, handling, securing and local accessorial services.  For FISC [Pearl Harbor] rates are:

                        Transportation, Tonne
                  1.1 Cubic Meters Per Measurement

                                                  Stevedoring

          General Cargo                 [$_____]     [$_____]

          Special Cargo                 [$_____]     [$_____]

          Cargo Trailer                 [$_____]     [$_____]

    (
                        Transportation, Tonne
                    40 Cubic Feet Per Measurement

                                                  Stevedoring

          General Cargo                 [$_____]     [$_____]

          Special Cargo                 [$_____]     [$_____]

          Cargo Trailer                 [$_____]     [$_____]
    )

    (5)  The BOS Contractor's stevedoring/lighterage rates are:

    Laborers:  [$_____] per hour

    Operation Supervisor:  [$_____] per hour

    Safety Supervisor:  [$_____] per hour

    LCM-8 Boat Crew (5 Men per LCM-8):  [$_____] per hr/man

    Crane Operator:  [$_____] per hour

    Forklift Operator:  [$_____] per hour

    Administrative Charges:  [$_____] per day

    (6)  Damages or loss due to handling, loading, securing, transporting, failure of, or delay in delivery shall be borne by the Contractor.  Obtain adequate insurance against damage, loss or failure of, or delay in delivery, as appropriate, and include the Government as a named insurer.
  2. Commercial vessel:

(1)  Lighterage operations are [normally 24 hours to avoid turnaround delay at Midway] [restricted to daylight hours unless approved otherwise at [Wake] [DG].]

(2)  The Contractor is liable for accidental injury or death of Contractor's personnel and damages to material and equipment during stevedoring operations performed by the Contractor.

(3)  Pay demurrage charges for barges and vessels not under Navy sponsorship, or vessels where delay results from the failure of the Contractor to perform specified stevedoring services. When demurrage is assessed to cargo belonging to several agencies, arrange with the agencies concerned in sharing such expenses.  No priority will be afforded the Contractor's cargo over others, and cargo will be handled as the ship's cargo master elects to unload, except that food or medical supplies will be given first priority.


NOTE:  Use the text below for Wake projects.

(4)  Unload cargo from ships anchored offshore into BOS Contractor controlled watercraft and repair damages to Government lightering watercraft due to Contractor negligence.  The movement of the cargo from the dock to the jobsite shall be the Contractor's responsibility.

(5)  The Contractor will not be charged for the use of the watercraft dockside crane, and two forklifts for lighterage operations but will be charged for the labor involved at the prevailing labor rates.  The Contractor shall utilize the BOS Contractor's operators.

(6)  Government lightering watercraft consists of two LCM-8's.  The LCM-8's are 22.5 m long; 6.4 m wide; 2.8 m side board; (73 feet 8 inches long; 21 feet wide; 9 feet 4 inches side board;) one meter( 3 feet 3 inches) draft light; 1.2 m( 4 feet) draft loaded; have 53 tonnes (53 1/2 tons)load capacity, and 76.8 cubic meters( 2742 cubic feet) cargo space.  The dockside crane capacity is 20,400 kg( 45,000 pounds).  Cargo that are not adequately crated/packed or cannot be safely handled by the LCMs or crane will not be unloaded by the Government.  Materials in bulk, such as aggregate, will not be transported or handled by the BOS Contractor unless bagged or otherwise contained for convenient handling.

] [ 1.10.2 Purchase Orders for Diego Garcia

Submit three copies of purchase orders for materials and equipment purchased from the U.S. prior to actual procurement for approval.  Also submit monthly three copies of subsequent revisions or amendments to the purchase orders with the MSR.  Purchase orders shall refer to and contain the same nomenclature and item number as the corresponding item listed in the BM.

] [ 1.10.3 Air Transportation


NOTE:  Use the text in "a." below for Wake and Diego Garcia projects.  Verify the availability and rates with the proper Government office.

  1. Air Mobility Command (AMC) [is not scheduled on a regular basis to [Wake] [DG].] [Service is subject to the following conditions:]
  2. Commercial and private aircraft:  If approved, special commercial chartered flights and private aircraft will be permitted to land on [DG] [Wake].  Submit for approval at least 30 days prior to the flight date.

] [ 1.10.4 Agreement


NOTE:  Use this paragraph entitled "Agreement" for Wake and Diego Garcia projects.

Submit prior to shipment of materials and equipment by Government air and surface transportation, an agreement in the following form:

"In consideration of the carriage of the property described as follows: ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ (Description and maximum quantity to be shipped--the latter to be stated in both weight and measurement tons.)  I, __________________________________ (Acting both individually and as the duly authorized agent of ____________________________________, the owner of said property) hereby agrees that neither the carrying vessels, nor the United States, nor an agent or agency incorporated or unincorporated thereof, will be liable for loss of, or damage of any nature whatsoever to, said property or for any failure to deliver above said property in the same quantity and in the same order and condition as when received by the initial carrying vessel, or for any delay in such delivery, whether said loss, damage or failure of or delay in delivery is occasioned by the negligence of the carrying vessel, the United States, or any employee or agency thereof, or by any cause whatsoever.  The owner of said property and [_____] hereby further agree to hold harmless and indemnify the United States for any loss or damage arising out of the carriage of the aforesaid property and also agree to pay for freight and terminal service charges as may be determined by the Government loading and discharging terminals."

] [ 1.10.5 Packaging

Package in accordance with "Department of Defense Military, Standard Transportation and Movement Procedures" and the requirements of the Government shipping service.

] ] [ 1.11 EXTRAORDINARY SECURITY REQUIREMENTS FOR PEARL HARBOR


NOTE:  Do not add information related to Activity regulations which are of a routine nature.  Unusual access provisions dictated by the needs of a particular project may be included, as directed.

[ 1.11.1 Other Sensitive Areas


NOTE:  For areas other than Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard or Naval Base, verify with the Activity if required for communication buildings or other sensitive areas.

[ 1.11.1.1 Extraordinary Security Requirements

The Contract Clause entitled "Identification of Employees" and the following apply:

  1. Vehicle searches.  All construction vehicles will be searched by the Marine sentry.
  2. Photographs.  Photographs are prohibited in and around the building unless a written request containing specific justification and details is approved by the security officer via the Contracting Officer.  Four days' advance notice is required.  Photographs, when approved, shall be taken in the presence of an activity escort.
  3. Personnel restrictions.  Due to sensitivity of building operations, the following apply:

    (1)  Restrict personnel to the designated work site.

    (2)  [Contractor's movements within the building will be restricted.  Contractor personnel will be escorted to and from designated work areas.  Contractor personnel shall not be permitted outside of designated work areas without being escorted by authorized personnel.  [Submit requests for entry into the building 4 days in advance with information required by paragraph entitled "Personnel List" for submission to the "Division Project Officer" through the Contracting Officer.]]

] ] PART 2 PRODUCTS

Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION

Not used.

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