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NAVFAC Design-Build Model Request for Proposal - Small Project Template


1.1 Contractor Work Site

Limit use of the premises for work and for storage of material and equipment associated with the contract. Unless otherwise specified or separately agreed to, Government owned material handling equipment, transportation equipment or general tools will not be available for Contractor's use. Clean work area daily and after completion of the work, removing all loose debris and disposing of all non-permanent materials in accordance with the contractor's Waste Management Plan.

  1. Temporary Facilities: The Contractor may provide his own office facilities; coordinate and obtain advance approval from the Contracting Officer.  Provide and maintain suitable sanitary facilities within the construction limits of the contract. Dispose of sanitary waste in accordance with the applicable laws, and local regulation.
  2. Contractor-Furnished Equipment: Equipment is subject to the inspection and approval of the Contracting Officer, prior to and during the life of the contract. All equipment and vehicles must display readily visible Contractor identification markings. Relocate stored Contractor equipment which may interfere with operations of the Government or with others on-site.
  3. Contractor-furnished Material: Protect and secure products stored at this site.

    1. All replacement units, parts, components, and materials to be used in the maintenance, repair and alteration of facilities and equipment must be new and compatible with the existing equipment on which it is to be used, and must comply with applicable Government, commercial, or industrial standards such as Underwriter's Laboratories, Inc., and National Electrical Manufacturers Association.
    2. In addition, submit a current certificate recognized by the State or local authority that states the Contractor has completed at least 10 hours of training in backflow preventer installations.

NOTE:  Include special constraints or requirements, such as contractor lay-down limitations, site fencing, or other site-specific requirements.

[d.  The Contractor Lay-Down Area will be limited to _____.]

[e.  The entire site must be fenced.& Fence must be a minimum of [6] [_____] feet high chain link [with screen material].]

1.2 Temporary Utilities

  1. The Government will provide water and power in reasonable quantities at the prevailing rates.
  2. All labor, material, and equipment necessary to affect temporary utility tie-ins, including transformers if necessary, will be at the expense of the Contractor and under the surveillance of the Contracting Officer.
  3. The Contractor will be responsible for any damages to Government, private or public facilities and property that may result from the installation and removal of these temporary utility tie-ins. Corrections and repairs will be made at the Contractor's expense.
  4. The actual location and installation of the temporary tie-in, together with any interruptions of utilities systems, must be identified and approved by the Contracting Officer prior to execution.  Notify the COR and Station Utilities 15 calendar days prior to any tie-ins.
  5. Permanent utility systems, when indicated, will be available for tie-in.
  6. Telephone and Data Service: Make arrangements with local telephone company, NMCI and other pertinent base communication departments.
  7. Maintain utility services to existing facilities surrounding the site at all times during construction.
  8. Contractor must install and certify back flow preventers on all connections to the potable water supply system.

  9. NOTE: Include water and power utility rates, specific backflow preventer requirements and installer qualifications, plus actual location(s) for tie-ins if applicable.

  10. [Backflow preventers must have a certificate of full approval from [FCCCHR-USC, University of Southern California] [ _____ ], attesting that the design, size, and make of each backflow preventer has satisfactorily passed the complete sequence of performance testing and evaluation for the respective level of approval. Certificate of Provisional Approval will not be acceptable.]

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