commonwealth of kentucky department for facilities and support

COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
DEPARTMENT FOR FACILITIES AND SUPPORT SERVICES
DIVISION OF ENGINEERING AND CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION
INVITATION TO BID NO: RFB-57-13
FOR: M16 Range General Instruction Building
Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center
Greenville, Kentucky
DATE: August 30, 2012
ADDENDUM NO. One (1)
BIDDER SHALL CONFORM TO THE FOLLOWING CHANGES AS SAME SHALL BECOME BINDING
UPON THE CONTRACT TO BE ISSUED IN RESPONSE TO THIS INVITATION TO BID.
Item 1.
Refer to hardcopy addendum to be distributed by Lynn Imaging for all additions,
deletions, and/or changes to specifications and/or drawings.
END OF ADDENDUM
Invitation to Bid No.
For:
RFB-57-13
M16 Range General Instruction Building
Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center
Greenville, Kentucky
Amanda Greer, CPPO, CPPB, Strategic Procurement Specialist I
Division of Engineering and Contract Administration
PECK FLANNERY GREAM WARREN INC.
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101 South 4th St. P.O. Box 510 Paducah, KY 42001– 0510
270.443.8471p 270.442.9607f
WHFRTC M16 RANGE
General Instruction Building
Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center
Greenville, Kentucky
ADDENDUM NO. ONE (1)
Account No. 095-C6AE-WF77-00
PFGW File No. 1224
August 30, 2012
This Document is an amendment of the original Specifications and/or Drawings and shall be a part of and
included in the Contract. Wherein this Addendum conflicts with the original Specifications and/or
Drawings, this Addendum shall govern.
Item 1:
Coordination:
Contractor shall coordinate size and location of openings through masonry walls for
mechanical ducts and other items.
Item 2:
Project Manual, Section 007300 – Supplemental Conditions
Delete this section and replace with new Supplemental Conditions included with this
addendum.
Item 3:
Project Manual, Section 085113 – Aluminum Windows
Delete paragraph 2.3/E Insulating-Glass Units in its entirety. Replace paragraph 2.3/E as
follows:
E.
Glazing: 1/4-inch clear polycarbonate.
Paragraph 2.3/H/3 Tilt Latch: Delete this paragraph in its entirety.
Item 4:
Drawing A1 – Floor Plan:
A. Relocated ceiling access opening to center of classroom. Size to be nominal 24 inches by
30 inches as allowed by clearance between trusses.
B. Refer to drawing M1 for location of piping under floor slab and venting.
Item 5:
Drawing E2 – Panel Schedule A:
Change Mounting from “Flush” to “Surface”.
Item 6:
Drawing M1 – Rooftop Unit Schedule:
Change Remark 1 from “Provide 7-day programmable thermostat” to “Provide 7-day
programmable BACnet compatible thermostat”.
Addendum No. 1
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Item 7:
Drawing M1 – Sequence of Operation:
A. Change from “Occupied / Unoccupied modes of operation will be based on a
programmed time schedule determined by FMS” to “Occupied / Unoccupied modes of
operation will be based on a programmed time schedule”.
B. Delete “Interface unit with existing facility management system”.
End of Addendum No. 1
Addendum No. 1
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Account File No. 095-C6AE-WF77-00
PFGW File No. 1224
WHFRTC M16 Range
General Instructional Building
SECTION 007300 – SUPPLEMENTAL CONDITIONS
1. SCOPE
1.1
These Supplemental Conditions shall apply to all Divisions of the Specifications. If there is any
conflict in the "Instructions to Bidders" and the "General Conditions" with these Articles, the
Supplemental Conditions shall govern.
1.2
Bidders, before submitting proposals, shall visit and examine the site to satisfy themselves as to
the nature and scope of the Project, and any difficulties attending the execution. The submission
of a proposal will be construed as evidence that a visit and examination have been made. Later
Claims for labor, equipment or materials required or difficulties encountered which could have
been foreseen had such an examination been made will not be recognized.
2. CONTRACT DOCUMMENTS, DRAWINGS, AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
2.1
The Drawings and Technical Specifications are intended to be fully explanatory and
supplementary. However, should anything be shown, indicated or specified on one and not the
other, it shall be done the same as if shown, indicated or specified in both.
2.2
It shall be the responsibility of all contractors and subcontractors to carefully examine all
Drawings, Specifications, and Contract Documents pertaining to all phases of the construction in
order that the Contractor and subcontractor may foresee all requirements for coordination of their
work. Submission for a bid shall be construed as evidence that such an examination has been
made. Claims based on unforeseen requirements will not be considered.
2.3
Should any error or inconsistency appear in Drawings or Specifications, the Contractor, before
proceeding with the Work, must notify the Architect in writing for proper adjustment and in no
case proceed with the Work in uncertainty or with insufficient information.
2.4
The Contractor and each subcontractor shall be responsible for verification of all measurements at
the site before ordering any materials or doing any Work. No extra charge or compensation shall
be allowed due to differences between actual dimensions and dimensions indicated on the
Drawings. Any such discrepancy in dimensions which may be found shall be submitted to the
Architect for his consideration before the Contractor proceeds with the Work in the affected areas.
2.5
The division of the Technical Specifications into sections and/or subdivisions is done for
convenience of reference and is not intended to control the Contractor in dividing Work among
subcontractors or to limit the scope or type of Work performed by any trade.
3. NOT IN CONTRACT
3.1
Items indicated on the drawings as N.I.C. (Not in Contract) are shown for explanatory purposes
only and are not to be included in the bid proposal.
4. PERMITS
4.1
All permits necessary for the complete construction shall be obtained by the Contractor from the
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authorities governing such work. The costs of such permits shall be incurred by the Contractor.
5. ORDERING MATERIALS
5.1
Immediately following award of Contract for this Work, the Contractor shall determine source of
supply for all materials and length of time required for their delivery, including materials of
subcontractors. Orders shall be placed for such materials promptly.
5.2
If, for any reason, any item or material specified will not be available when needed and Contractor
can show that he has made a reasonably persistent effort to obtain the item or material in question,
the Architect is to be notified in writing within ten (10) days after Contract is signed, otherwise,
the Contractor will not be excused for delays in securing material items or materials specified and
will be held accountable if completion of the Work is thereby delayed.
6. INTERRUPTION OF UTILITIES
6.1
Utility services to other areas outside of those in the Contract limits shall not be interrupted unless
absolutely necessary. Correction Cabinet officials shall be notified well in advance (minimum of
48 hours) of an anticipated interruption of utilities.
7. TEMPORY UTILITIES
7.1
Water and power may be available for Contractor use. Availability of water and power will be
discussed at the pre-bid meeting.
7.2
Contractor shall provide all other temporary utilities to carry out completion of the Work as part of
the Contract.
7.3
The Contractor shall provide temporary sanitary facilities and shall properly maintain them during
the Project.
8. GOVERNMENT SECURITY REQUIREMENTS
8.1
Upon successful award of contract, contractors will be subject to vehicle search and must have a
valid photo ID. Vehicle operators must have a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance. A
list of authorized personnel will be submitted by the Contractor ot the security office on a routine
basis.
9. WEATHER RELATED DELAYS
9.1
The Project Completion date shall be established with the understanding that no extension of time
will be granted for weather related delays that are within the average number of rain days within a
particular month. The average number of rain days shall be established by referencing the records
of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and as defined herein.
9.2
Extensions of inclement weather shall be granted only when The work affected must be on
schedule at the time of delay. No time will be granted for work which is behind schedule in
excess of the actual delay caused by the weather, assuming the work had been on schedule.
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9.3
Time granted for weather delays shall be requested on a monthly basis.
9.4
The weather experienced at the project site during the contract period must be found to be
unusually severe, that is more severe than the adverse weather anticipated for the project location
during any given month. The unusually severe weather must actually cause a delay to the
completion of the project. The delay must be beyond the control and without the fault or
negligence of the contractor.
9.5
The anticipated adverse weather delays shall be based on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA) climatography ten year average for the Beaver Dam, KY location (see
attached). The Mean Number of Days of daily precipitation using >= 0.50 will determine the
base line for monthly anticipated adverse weather evaluations. The contractor's progress schedule
must reflect these anticipated adverse weather delays in all weather dependant activities. Upon
acknowledgement of the Notice to Proceed (NTP) and continuing throughout the contract, the
contractor will record the occurrence of actual adverse weather and resultant impact to normally
scheduled work. Actual adverse weather delay days must prevent work on critical path activities
for 50 percent or more of the contractor's scheduled work date. The number of actual adverse
weather delay days shall be calculated chronologically from the first to the last day of each month,
and be recorded as full days. The number of actual adverse weather days greater than the number
of anticipated adverse weather days, listed above, shall be the number of unusually severe weather
days for the purposes of any contract extensions (actual adverse weather days - anticipated adverse
weather days = unusually severe weather days.)
9.6
Definitions:
9.6.1
9.6.2
9.7
"Unusually severe weather" - weather that is more severe than the adverse weather
anticipated for the season or location involved.
"Adverse weather" - atmospheric conditions at a definite time and place that are
unfavorable to construction activities.
Attachments:
9.7.1
NOAA Weather Chart for Beaver Dam, Kentucky. (See NOAA Weather Chart for
Beaver Dam, KY on the following page.)
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