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USACE / NAVFAC / AFCEC / NASA
UFGS-02 41 00 (May 2010)
Change 1 - 08/14
-----------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-02 41 00 (October 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION TABLE OF CONTENTS
DIVISION 02 - EXISTING CONDITIONS
SECTION 02 41 00
[DEMOLITION][ AND ][DECONSTRUCTION]
05/10
PART 1
GENERAL
1.1
REFERENCES
1.2
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
1.2.1
Demolition/Deconstruction Plan
1.2.2
General Requirements
1.3
ITEMS TO REMAIN IN PLACE
1.3.1
Existing Construction Limits and Protection
1.3.2
Weather Protection
1.3.3
Trees
1.3.4
Utility Service
1.3.5
Facilities
1.4
BURNING
1.5
AVAILABILITY OF WORK AREAS
1.6
SUBMITTALS
1.7
QUALITY ASSURANCE
1.7.1
Hawaii Requirements
1.7.2
Dust[ and Debris] Control
1.8
PROTECTION
1.8.1
Traffic Control Signs
1.8.2
Protection of Personnel
1.9
FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD)
1.10
RELOCATIONS
1.11
EXISTING CONDITIONS
PART 2
2.1
PART 3
PRODUCTS
FILL MATERIAL
EXECUTION
3.1
EXISTING FACILITIES TO BE REMOVED
3.1.1
Structures
3.1.2
Utilities and Related Equipment
3.1.2.1
General Requirements
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3.1.2.2
Disconnecting Existing Utilities
3.1.3
Chain Link Fencing
3.1.4
Paving and Slabs
3.1.5
Roofing
3.1.5.1
Temporary Roofing
3.1.5.2
Reroofing
3.1.6
Masonry
3.1.7
Concrete
3.1.8
Structural Steel
3.1.9
Miscellaneous Metal
3.1.10
Carpentry
3.1.11
Carpet
3.1.12
Acoustic Ceiling Tile
3.1.13
Airfield Lighting
3.1.14
Patching
3.1.15
Air Conditioning Equipment
3.1.16
Cylinders and Canisters
3.1.17
Locksets on Swinging Doors
3.1.18
Mechanical Equipment and Fixtures
3.1.18.1
Preparation for Storage
3.1.18.2
Piping
3.1.18.3
Ducts
3.1.18.4
Fixtures, Motors and Machines
3.1.19
Electrical Equipment and Fixtures
3.1.19.1
Fixtures
3.1.19.2
Electrical Devices
3.1.19.3
Wiring Ducts or Troughs
3.1.19.4
Conduit and Miscellaneous Items
3.1.20
Elevators and Hoists
3.1.21
Items With Unique/Regulated Disposal Requirements
3.2
CONCURRENT EARTH-MOVING OPERATIONS
3.3
DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL
3.3.1
Title to Materials
3.3.2
Reuse of Materials and Equipment
3.3.3
Salvaged Materials and Equipment
3.3.4
Debris Disposal in the San Diego Area
3.3.5
Disposal of Ozone Depleting Substance (ODS)
3.3.5.1
Special Instructions
3.3.5.2
Fire Suppression Containers
3.3.6
Transportation Guidance
3.3.7
Unsalvageable and Non-Recyclable Material
3.4
CLEANUP
3.5
DISPOSAL OF REMOVED MATERIALS
3.5.1
Regulation of Removed Materials
3.5.2
Burning on Government Property
3.5.3
Removal to Spoil Areas on Government Property
3.5.4
Removal from Government Property
3.6
REUSE OF SALVAGED ITEMS
ATTACHMENTS:
Notification of Demolition and Renovation form
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USACE / NAVFAC / AFCEC / NASA
UFGS-02 41 00 (May 2010)
Change 1 - 08/14
-----------------------Preparing Activity: USACE
Superseding
UFGS-02 41 00 (October 2006)
UNIFIED FACILITIES GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS
References are in agreement with UMRL dated January 2016
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SECTION 02 41 00
[DEMOLITION][ AND ][DECONSTRUCTION]
05/10
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NOTE: This guide specification covers the
requirements for demolition, deconstructon,
dismantling, reconditioning and disposal of existing
building materials, equipment and utilities as a
part of new construction or renovation work.
Adhere to UFC 1-300-02 Unified Facilities Guide
Specifications (UFGS) Format Standard when editing
this guide specification or preparing new project
specification sections. Edit this guide
specification for project specific requirements by
adding, deleting, or revising text. For bracketed
items, choose applicable items(s) or insert
appropriate information.
Remove information and requirements not required in
respective project, whether or not brackets are
present.
Comments, suggestions and recommended changes for
this guide specification are welcome and should be
submitted as a Criteria Change Request (CCR).
TO DOWNLOAD UFGS GRAPHICS
Go to http://wbdg.org/ccb/NAVGRAPH/graphtoc.pdf.
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PART 1
GENERAL
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NOTE: Where premises are occupied, certain spaces
may exist where activities cannot be interrupted or
disturbed during normal working hours. To prevent
disputes or possible contract claims resulting from
restriction of demolition or removal work in such
spaces, provisions for scheduling of the work must
be specified in the contract documents.
Restrictions for scheduling of demolition or removal
work in areas adjacent to or in occupied spaces
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should reflect the requirements resulting from the
consultation with occupants of the affected spaces.
These provisions are necessary to alert prospective
bidders about the spaces where business is not to be
interrupted or disturbed during construction.
Delete requirements if inapplicable.
Where suspect deck conditions are encountered during
design investigation, identify and include
appropriate repair and safety provisions in the
design documents to draw attention to the suspect
areas and the need for additional safety precautions.
Include "Notification of Demolition and Renovation"
form for Hawaii only.
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1.1
REFERENCES
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NOTE: This paragraph is used to list the
publications cited in the text of the guide
specification. The publications are referred to in
the text by basic designation only and listed in
this paragraph by organization, designation, date,
and title.
Use the Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature
when you add a RID outside of the Section's
Reference Article to automatically place the
reference in the Reference Article. Also use the
Reference Wizard's Check Reference feature to update
the issue dates.
References not used in the text will automatically
be deleted from this section of the project
specification when you choose to reconcile
references in the publish print process.
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The publications listed below form a part of this specification to the
extent referenced. The publications are referred to within the text by the
basic designation only.
AIR-CONDITIONING, HEATING AND REFRIGERATION INSTITUTE (AHRI)
AHRI Guideline K
(2009) Guideline for Containers for
Recovered Non-Flammable Fluorocarbon
Refrigerants
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
(AASHTO)
AASHTO M 145
(1991; R 2012) Standard Specification for
Classification of Soils and Soil-Aggregate
Mixtures for Highway Construction Purposes
AASHTO T 180
(2015) Standard Method of Test for
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Moisture-Density Relations of Soils Using
a 4.54-kg (10-lb) Rammer and a 457-mm
(18-in.) Drop
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS (ASSE/SAFE)
ASSE/SAFE A10.6
(2006) Safety Requirements for Demolition
Operations
CARPET AND RUG INSTITUTE (CRI)
CRI CIS
(2011) Carpet Installation Standard
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (USACE)
EM 385-1-1
(2014) Safety and Health Requirements
Manual
U.S. DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY (DLA)
DLA 4145.25
(Jun 2000; Reaffirmed Oct 2010) Storage
and Handling of Liquefied and Gaseous
Compressed Gases and Their Full and Empty
Cylinders
http://www.aviation.dla.mil/UserWeb/aviationengineering/
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE (DOD)
DOD 4000.25-1-M
(2006) MILSTRIP - Military Standard
Requisitioning and Issue Procedures
MIL-STD-129
(2014; Rev R) Military Marking for
Shipment and Storage
U.S. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA)
FAA AC 70/7460-1
(2007; Rev K) Obstruction Marking and
Lighting
U.S. NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION (NARA)
40 CFR 61
National Emission Standards for Hazardous
Air Pollutants
40 CFR 82
Protection of Stratospheric Ozone
49 CFR 173.301
Shipment of Compressed Gases in Cylinders
and Spherical Pressure Vessels
1.2
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
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NOTE: Make a determination as to whether any
material of a hazardous nature, as classified in the
National Emissions Standards, OSHA, or EPA
regulations, will result from the work described.
If such material is determined likely, specify
precautions and standards to be complied with.
Since the Contractor performs the work, the
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Plan is required. A project requiring both
demolition and deconstruction work will name the
plan according to the majority of the work being
performed, and the plan will include requirements
for both types of work.
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Prepare a [Demolition Plan] [Deconstruction Plan] and submit proposed
[salvage,] [demolition,] [deconstruction,] and removal procedures for
approval before work is started. Include in the plan procedures for
careful removal and disposition of materials specified to be salvaged,
coordination with other work in progress[, a disconnection schedule of
[utility services,] [and] [airfield lighting,] a detailed description of
methods and equipment to be used for each operation and of the sequence of
operations]. Identify components and materials to be salvaged for reuse or
recycling with reference to paragraph Existing Facilities to be Removed.
Append tracking forms for all removed materials indicating type,
quantities, condition, destination, and end use. Coordinate with Waste
Management Plan.[ Include statements affirming Contractor inspection of
the existing roof deck and its suitability to perform as a safe working
platform or if inspection reveals a safety hazard to workers, state
provisions for securing the safety of the workers throughout the
performance of the work.] Provide procedures for safe conduct of the work
in accordance with EM 385-1-1. Plan shall be approved by [Structural PE]
[Contracting Officer] prior to work beginning.
1.2.2
General Requirements
Do not begin demolition or deconstruction until authorization is received
from the Contracting Officer. The work of this section is to be performed
in a manner that maximizes the value derived from the salvage and recycling
of materials. [Remove rubbish and debris from the [station daily] [project
site]; do not allow accumulations [inside or outside the building[s]] [on
airfield pavements].] [The work includes [demolition,] [deconstruction],
salvage of identified items and materials, and removal of resulting rubbish
and debris. Remove rubbish and debris from Government property daily,
unless otherwise directed. Store materials that cannot be removed daily in
areas specified by the Contracting Officer.] In the interest of
occupational safety and health, perform the work in accordance with
EM 385-1-1, Section 23, Demolition, and other applicable Sections.
1.3
ITEMS TO REMAIN IN PLACE
Take necessary precautions to avoid damage to existing items to remain in
place, to be reused, or to remain the property of the Government. Repair
or replace damaged items as approved by the Contracting Officer.
Coordinate the work of this section with all other work indicated.
Construct and maintain shoring, bracing, and supports as required. Ensure
that structural elements are not overloaded. Increase structural supports
or add new supports as may be required as a result of any cutting, removal,
deconstruction, or demolition work performed under this contract. Do not
overload [structural elements] [pavements to remain]. Provide new supports
and reinforcement for existing construction weakened by demolition,
deconstruction, or removal work. Repairs, reinforcement, or structural
replacement require approval by the Contracting Officer prior to performing
such work.
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Plan is required. A project requiring both
demolition and deconstruction work will name the
plan according to the majority of the work being
performed, and the plan will include requirements
for both types of work.
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Prepare a [Demolition Plan] [Deconstruction Plan] and submit proposed
[salvage,] [demolition,] [deconstruction,] and removal procedures for
approval before work is started. Include in the plan procedures for
careful removal and disposition of materials specified to be salvaged,
coordination with other work in progress[, a disconnection schedule of
[utility services,] [and] [airfield lighting,] a detailed description of
methods and equipment to be used for each operation and of the sequence of
operations]. Identify components and materials to be salvaged for reuse or
recycling with reference to paragraph Existing Facilities to be Removed.
Append tracking forms for all removed materials indicating type,
quantities, condition, destination, and end use. Coordinate with Waste
Management Plan.[ Include statements affirming Contractor inspection of
the existing roof deck and its suitability to perform as a safe working
platform or if inspection reveals a safety hazard to workers, state
provisions for securing the safety of the workers throughout the
performance of the work.] Provide procedures for safe conduct of the work
in accordance with EM 385-1-1. Plan shall be approved by [Structural PE]
[Contracting Officer] prior to work beginning.
1.2.2
General Requirements
Do not begin demolition or deconstruction until authorization is received
from the Contracting Officer. The work of this section is to be performed
in a manner that maximizes the value derived from the salvage and recycling
of materials. [Remove rubbish and debris from the [station daily] [project
site]; do not allow accumulations [inside or outside the building[s]] [on
airfield pavements].] [The work includes [demolition,] [deconstruction],
salvage of identified items and materials, and removal of resulting rubbish
and debris. Remove rubbish and debris from Government property daily,
unless otherwise directed. Store materials that cannot be removed daily in
areas specified by the Contracting Officer.] In the interest of
occupational safety and health, perform the work in accordance with
EM 385-1-1, Section 23, Demolition, and other applicable Sections.
1.3
ITEMS TO REMAIN IN PLACE
Take necessary precautions to avoid damage to existing items to remain in
place, to be reused, or to remain the property of the Government. Repair
or replace damaged items as approved by the Contracting Officer.
Coordinate the work of this section with all other work indicated.
Construct and maintain shoring, bracing, and supports as required. Ensure
that structural elements are not overloaded. Increase structural supports
or add new supports as may be required as a result of any cutting, removal,
deconstruction, or demolition work performed under this contract. Do not
overload [structural elements] [pavements to remain]. Provide new supports
and reinforcement for existing construction weakened by demolition,
deconstruction, or removal work. Repairs, reinforcement, or structural
replacement require approval by the Contracting Officer prior to performing
such work.
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1.3.1
Existing Construction Limits and Protection
Do not disturb existing construction beyond the extent indicated or
necessary for installation of new construction. Provide temporary shoring
and bracing for support of building components to prevent settlement or
other movement. Provide protective measures to control accumulation and
migration of dust and dirt in all work areas. Remove [snow, ]dust, dirt,
and debris from work areas daily.
1.3.2
Weather Protection
For portions of the building to remain, protect building interior and
materials and equipment from the weather at all times. Where removal of
existing roofing is necessary to accomplish work, have materials and
workmen ready to provide adequate and temporary covering of exposed areas.
1.3.3
Trees
Protect trees within the project site which might be damaged during
demolition or deconstruction, and which are indicated to be left in place,
by a 1.8 m 6 foot high fence. Erect and secure fence a minimum of 1.5 m 5
feet from the trunk of individual trees or follow the outer perimeter of
branches or clumps of trees. Replace any tree designated to remain that is
damaged during the work under this contract with like-kind or as approved
by the Contracting Officer.
1.3.4
Utility Service
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NOTE: Delete the first bracketed sentence when the
Government will disconnect and seal utilities.
Delete the second bracketed sentence when the
Contractort will disconnect and seal utilities.
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Maintain existing utilities indicated to stay in service and protect
against damage during demolition and deconstruction operations. Prior to
start of work, [utilities serving each area of alteration or removal will
be shut off by the Government and disconnected and sealed by the
Contractor] [the Government will disconnect and seal utilities serving each
area of alteration or removal upon written request from the Contractor].
1.3.5
Facilities
Protect electrical and mechanical services and utilities. Where removal of
existing utilities and pavement is specified or indicated, provide approved
barricades, temporary covering of exposed areas, and temporary services or
connections for electrical and mechanical utilities. Floors, roofs, walls,
columns, pilasters, and other structural components that are designed and
constructed to stand without lateral support or shoring, and are determined
to be in stable condition, must remain standing without additional bracing,
shoring, or lateral support until demolished or deconstructed, unless
directed otherwise by the Contracting Officer. Ensure that no elements
determined to be unstable are left unsupported and place and secure
bracing, shoring, or lateral supports as may be required as a result of any
cutting, removal, deconstruction, or demolition work performed under this
contract.
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1.4
BURNING
The use of burning at the project site for the disposal of refuse and
debris [will not be permitted] [will be permitted in the area located
[_____] and between the hours of [_____] and [_____]]. Where burning is
permitted, adhere to federal, state, and local regulations.
1.5
AVAILABILITY OF WORK AREAS
Areas in which the work is to be accomplished will be available in
accordance with the following schedule:
Schedule
Area
Date
[_____]
[_____]
1.6
SUBMITTALS
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NOTE: Review submittal description (SD) definitions
in Section 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES and edit
the following list to reflect only the submittals
required for the project.
The Guide Specification technical editors have
designated those items that require Government
approval, due to their complexity or criticality,
with a "G." Generally, other submittal items can be
reviewed by the Contractor's Quality Control
System. Only add a “G” to an item, 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.
An "S" following a submittal item indicates that the
submittal is required for the Sustainability
Notebook to fulfill federally mandated sustainable
requirements in accordance with Section 01 33 29
SUSTAINABILITY REPORTING.
Choose the first bracketed item for Navy, Air Force
and NASA projects, or choose the second bracketed
item for Army projects.
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Government approval is required for submittals with a "G" designation;
submittals not having a "G" designation are for [Contractor Quality Control
approval.] [information only. When used, a designation following the "G"
designation identifies the office that will review the submittal for the
Government.] Submittals with an "S" are for inclusion in the
Sustainability Notebook, in conformance to Section 01 33 29 SUSTAINABILITY
REPORTING. Submit the following in accordance with Section 01 33 00
SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES:
SD-01 Preconstruction Submittals
Demolition Plan; G[, [_____]]
Deconstruction Plan; G[, [_____]]
Existing Conditions
SD-07 Certificates
Notification; G[, [_____]]
Notification of Demolition and Renovation Form
SD-11 Closeout Submittals
Receipts
1.7
QUALITY ASSURANCE
Submit timely notification of [demolition] [deconstruction] [and]
[renovation] projects to Federal, State, regional, and local authorities in
accordance with 40 CFR 61, Subpart M. Notify the [Regional Office of the
United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)] [State's
environmental protection agency] [local air pollution control
district/agency] and the Contracting Officer in writing 10 working days
prior to the commencement of work in accordance with 40 CFR 61, Subpart M.
Comply with federal, state, and local hauling and disposal regulations. In
addition to the requirements of the "Contract Clauses," conform to the
safety requirements contained in ASSE/SAFE A10.6. Comply with the
Environmental Protection Agency requirements specified. Use of explosives
[will] [will not] be permitted.
1.7.1
Hawaii Requirements
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NOTE: Use the following for Hawaii projects only.
"Notification of Demolition and Renovation" form is
required for all demolition and deconstruction
involving "load-supporting" structures and/or
asbestos work. Use the first bracket for
"demolition" and/or "deconstruction" work that does
not involve asbestos, or "demolition" and/or
"deconstruction" work where the combined amount of
RACM to be stripped, removed, dislodged, cut,
drilled, or similarly disturbed is less than 80
linear meters 260 linear feet on pipes or less than
15 square meters 160 square feet on other facility
components. Use the second bracket for "demolition"
and/or "deconstruction" and/or "renovation" work
when the amount of RACM is greater than those stated
above.
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"Demolition" means the wrecking or taking out of any
"load-supporting structural member" of a facility
together with any related handling operations or the
intentional burning of any facility.
"Deconstruction" means the disassembly of buildings
to recover materials. "Renovation" means altering a
facility or one or more facility components in any
way, including the stripping or removal of RACM from
a facility component. "Regulated
asbestos-containing material" (RACM) means:
1.
Friable asbestos material;
2. Category I nonfriable ACM that has become
friable;
3. Category I nonfriable ACM that will be or has
been subjected to sanding, grinding, cutting, or
abrading, or;
4. Category II nonfriable ACM that has a high
probability of becoming or has become crumbled,
pulverized, or reduced to powder by the forces
expected to act on the material in the course of
demolition, deconstruction, or renovation operations
regulated by this subpart.
The designer will complete paragraphs III.A, V, VI,
VII, and ensure the quantity of asbestos indicated
reflects what is shown on the drawings.
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Complete and submit Notification of Demolition and Renovation form to
Federal and State authorities and Contracting Officer, postmarked or
delivered at least ten working days prior to commencement of work, in
accordance with 40 CFR 61, Subpart M. [Complete paragraphs I, II, III.B,
III.C (if applicable), IX, and XVI of form.] [Complete paragraphs I, II,
III.B, III.C (if applicable), VIII, and IX thru XIX of form.] Copy of form
is attached at end of this section.
1.7.2
Dust[ and Debris] Control
Prevent the spread of dust [and debris] [to occupied portions of the
building] [on airfield pavements] and avoid the creation of a nuisance [or
hazard] in the surrounding area. Do not use water if it results in
hazardous or objectionable conditions such as, but not limited to, ice,
flooding, or pollution. [Vacuum and dust the work area [daily] [_____].]
[Sweep pavements as often as necessary to control the spread of debris that
may result in foreign object damage potential to aircraft.]
1.8
PROTECTION
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NOTE: Delete requirements if inapplicable. For
aircraft safety, Air Force ETL 11-29: Use of Light
Emitting Diode (LED) Fixtures on Air Force
Installations and Enduring/Contingency Locations,
dated 22 Dec 2011, does NOT allow use of LED
fixtures for Obstruction Lighting. For work on
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airfield, coordinate with the Airfield manager the
construction phasing plan and operational safety on
the airfield during construction per UFC 3-260-01,
Section 14.
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1.8.1
Traffic Control Signs
a. Where [pedestrian and driver] [aircraft] safety is endangered in
the area of removal work, use traffic barricades with flashing lights.
[Anchor barricades in a manner to prevent displacement by wind, jet or
prop blast.] Notify the Contracting Officer prior to beginning such
work.
[Provide a minimum of 2 FAA type L-810 steady burning red obstruction
lights on temporary structures (including cranes) over 30 m 100 feet,
but less than 60 m 100 ft, above ground level. The use of LED based
obstruction lights are not permitted. For temporary structures
(including cranes) over 60 m 200 ft above ground level provide
obstruction lighting in accordance with FAA AC 70/7460-1. Light
construction and installation shall comply with FAA AC 70/7460-1.
Lights shall be operational during periods of reduced visibility,
darkness, and as directed by the Contracting Officer. Maintain the
temporary services during the period of construction and remove only
after permanent services have been installed and tested and are in
operation.]
1.8.2
Protection of Personnel
Before, during and after the [demolition][ and ][deconstruction] work
continuously evaluate the condition of the structure being [demolished]
[and] [deconstructed] and take immediate action to protect all personnel
working in and around the project site. No area, section, or component of
floors, roofs, walls, columns, pilasters, or other structural element will
be allowed to be left standing without sufficient bracing, shoring, or
lateral support to prevent collapse or failure while workmen remove debris
or perform other work in the immediate area.
1.9
FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD)
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NOTE: Delete requirements if inapplicable.
Some large scale apron, hangar, or other type
projects to be constructed adjacent to areas with
operational aircraft may require temporary
barricades or debris fences installed in place prior
to the start of work. The station's air operations
and public works departments must be contacted by
the designer to determine project requirements. If
fences or other type barricades are required, they
must be designed and located to suit the project
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Aircraft and aircraft engines are subject to FOD from debris and waste
material lying on airfield pavements. Remove all such materials that may
appear on operational aircraft pavements due to the Contractor's
operations. If necessary, the Contracting Officer may require the
Contractor to install a temporary barricade at the Contractor's expense to
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control the spread of FOD potential debris. The barricade shall include a
fence covered with a fabric designed to stop the spread of debris. Anchor
the fence and fabric to prevent displacement by winds or jet/prop blasts.
Remove barricade when no longer required.
1.10
RELOCATIONS
Perform the removal and reinstallation of relocated items as indicated with
workmen skilled in the trades involved. Repair or replace items to be
relocated which are damaged by the Contractor with new undamaged items as
approved by the Contracting Officer.
1.11
EXISTING CONDITIONS
Before beginning any demolition or deconstruction work, survey the site and
examine the drawings and specifications to determine the extent of the
work. Record existing conditions in the presence of the Contracting
Officer showing the condition of structures and other facilities adjacent
to areas of alteration or removal. Photographs sized 100 mm 4 inch will be
acceptable as a record of existing conditions. Include in the record the
elevation of the top of foundation walls, finish floor elevations, possible
conflicting electrical conduits, plumbing lines, alarms systems, the
location and extent of existing cracks and other damage and description of
surface conditions that exist prior to before starting work. It is the
Contractor's responsibility to verify and document all required outages
which will be required during the course of work, and to note these outages
on the record document. Submit survey results.
PART 2
2.1
a.
[ b.
c.
PRODUCTS
FILL MATERIAL
Comply with excavating, backfilling, and compacting procedures for
soils used as backfill material to fill basements, voids, depressions
or excavations resulting from demolition or deconstruction of
structures. Fill material shall be waste products from demolition or
deconstruction until all waste appropriate for this purpose is consumed.
Fill material shall conform to the definition of satisfactory soil
material as defined in AASHTO M 145, Soil Classification Groups A-1,
A-2-4, A-2-5 and A-3. In addition, fill material shall be free from
roots and other organic matter, trash, debris, frozen materials, and
stones larger than 50 mm 2 inches in any dimension.
Proposed fill material must be sampled and tested by an approved soil
testing laboratory, as follows:
Soil classification
AASHTO M 145
Moisture-density relations
AASHTO T 180, Method B or D
]
PART 3
3.1
EXECUTION
EXISTING FACILITIES TO BE REMOVED
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NOTE: Thoughtful and considered disassembly as
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[Remove air conditioning, refrigeration, and other equipment containing
refrigerants without releasing chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants to the
atmosphere in accordance with the Clean Air Act Amendment of 1990.]
[Recover all refrigerants prior to removing air conditioning,
refrigeration, and other equipment containing refrigerants and dispose of
in accordance with the paragraph entitled "Disposal of Ozone Depleting
Substance (ODS)."] [Turn in salvaged Class I ODS refrigerants as specified
in paragraph, "Salvaged Materials and Equipment."]
3.1.16
Cylinders and Canisters
Remove all fire suppression system cylinders and canisters and dispose of
in accordance with the paragraph entitled "Disposal of Ozone Depleting
Substance (ODS)."
3.1.17
Locksets on Swinging Doors
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NOTE: Use this paragraph when project includes
removal and disposal of hinged or pivoted swinging
doors. (This is a security measure.)
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Remove all locksets from all swinging doors indicated to be removed and
disposed of. Deliver the locksets and related items to a designated
location for receipt by the Contracting Officer after removal.
3.1.18
Mechanical Equipment and Fixtures
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NOTE: Delete, revise, or add to the text to cover
the project requirements. Materials and equipment
scheduled for salvage should be noted on the
drawings.
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Disconnect mechanical hardware at the nearest connection to existing
services to remain, unless otherwise noted. Disconnect mechanical
equipment and fixtures at fittings. Remove service valves attached to the
unit. Salvage each item of equipment and fixtures as a whole unit; listed,
indexed, tagged, and stored. Salvage each unit with its normal operating
auxiliary equipment. Transport salvaged equipment and fixtures, including
motors and machines, to a designated [on station] storage area as directed
by the Contracting Officer. Do not remove equipment until approved. Do
not offer low-efficiency equipment for reuse[; provide to recycling service
for disassembly and recycling of parts].
3.1.18.1
Preparation for Storage
Remove water, dirt, dust, and foreign matter from units; tanks, piping and
fixtures shall be drained; interiors, if previously used to store
flammable, explosive, or other dangerous liquids, shall be steam cleaned.
Seal openings with caps, plates, or plugs. Secure motors attached by
flexible connections to the unit. Change lubricating systems with the
proper oil or grease.
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3.1.18.2
Piping
Disconnect piping at unions, flanges and valves, and fittings as required
to reduce the pipe into straight lengths for practical storage. Store
salvaged piping according to size and type. If the piping that remains can
become pressurized due to upstream valve failure, end caps, blind flanges,
or other types of plugs or fittings with a pressure gage and bleed valve
shall be attached to the open end of the pipe to ensure positive leak
control. Carefully dismantle piping that previously contained gas,
gasoline, oil, or other dangerous fluids, with precautions taken to prevent
injury to persons and property. Store piping outdoors until all fumes and
residues are removed. Box prefabricated supports, hangers, plates, valves,
and specialty items according to size and type. Wrap sprinkler heads
individually in plastic bags before boxing. Classify piping not designated
for salvage, or not reusable, as scrap metal.
3.1.18.3
Ducts
Classify removed duct work as scrap metal.
3.1.18.4
Fixtures, Motors and Machines
Remove and salvage fixtures, motors and machines associated with plumbing,
heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, and other mechanical system
installations. Salvage, box and store auxiliary units and accessories with
the main motor and machines. Tag salvaged items for identification,
storage, and protection from damage. Classify [non-porcelain ]broken,
damaged, or otherwise unserviceable units and not caused to be broken,
damaged, or otherwise unserviceable as debris to be disposed of by the
Contractor. [Salvage and crush porcelain plumbing fixtures unsuitable for
reuse.]
3.1.19
Electrical Equipment and Fixtures
Salvage motors, motor controllers, and operating and control equipment that
are attached to the driven equipment. Salvage wiring systems and
components. Box loose items and tag for identification. Disconnect
primary, secondary, control, communication, and signal circuits at the
point of attachment to their distribution system.
3.1.19.1
Fixtures
Remove and salvage electrical fixtures. Salvage unprotected glassware from
the fixture and salvage separately. Salvage incandescent, mercury-vapor,
and fluorescent lamps and fluorescent ballasts manufactured prior to 1978,
boxed and tagged for identification, and protected from breakage.
3.1.19.2
Electrical Devices
Remove and salvage switches, switchgear, transformers, conductors including
wire and nonmetallic sheathed and flexible armored cable, regulators,
meters, instruments, plates, circuit breakers, panelboards, outlet boxes,
and similar items. Box and tag these items for identification according to
type and size.
3.1.19.3
Wiring Ducts or Troughs
Remove and salvage wiring ducts or troughs. Dismantle plug-in ducts and
wiring troughs into unit lengths. Remove plug-in or disconnecting devices
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[Remove [ground] [scarified] [sawcut] concrete and asphaltic concrete
paving and slabs [including aggregate base] [as indicated] to a depth of
[_____] mm inches below [existing adjacent] [new finish] grade. [Provide
neat sawcuts at limits of pavement removal as indicated.]] Pavement and
slabs designated to be recycled and utilized in this project shall be
moved, ground and stored as directed by the Contracting Officer. Pavement
and slabs not to be used in this project shall be removed from the
Installation at Contractor's expense.
3.1.5
Roofing
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NOTE: Delete requirements if inapplicable.
Where suspect deck conditions are encountered during
design investigation, identify and include
appropriate repair and safety provisions in the
design documents to draw attention to the suspect
areas and the need for additional safety precautions.
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[Remove existing roof system and associated components in their entirety
down to existing roof deck.] [Remove [built-up] [single-ply] roofing to
effect the connections with new flashing or roofing.] [Remove gravel
surfacing from existing roofing felts for a minimum distance of 450 mm 18
inches back from the cut. Remove gravel without damaging felts.] [Salvage
asphalt roofing materials.] [Cut existing [felts] [membrane] [and
insulation] along straight lines.] [Remove roofing system [and insulation]
without damaging the roof deck.] Sequence work to minimize building
exposure between demolition or deconstruction and new roof materials
installation.
3.1.5.1
Temporary Roofing
Install temporary roofing and flashing as necessary to maintain a
watertight condition throughout the course of the work. Remove temporary
work prior to installation of permanent roof system materials unless
approved otherwise by the Contracting Officer. [The existing [deck] [and
support structure] is deteriorated where indicated, such that ability to
support foot traffic and construction loads is unknown. Make provisions
for worker safety during demolition, deconstruction, and installation of
new materials as described in paragraphs entitled "Statements" and
"Regulatory and Safety Requirements."]
3.1.5.2
Reroofing
When removing the existing roofing system from the roof deck, remove only
as much roofing as can be recovered by the end of the work day, unless
approved otherwise by the Contracting Officer. Do not attempt to open the
roof covering system in threatening weather. Reseal all openings prior to
suspension of work the same day.
3.1.6
Masonry
Sawcut and remove masonry so as to prevent damage to surfaces to remain[,
to removed materials being salvaged] [and to facilitate the installation of
new work]. Where new masonry adjoins existing, the new work shall abut or
tie into the existing construction as [indicated] [specified for the new
work]. Provide square, straight edges and corners where existing masonry
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adjoins new work and other locations.[ Masonry removed in whole blocks
shall be salvaged and stored for reuse.] [ Masonry removed in pieces shall
be crushed[ for use as aggregate]].
3.1.7
Concrete
Saw concrete along straight lines to a depth of a minimum 50 mm 2 inch.
Make each cut in walls perpendicular to the face and in alignment with the
cut in the opposite face. Break out the remainder of the concrete provided
that the broken area is concealed in the finished work, and the remaining
concrete is sound. At locations where the broken face cannot be concealed,
grind smooth or saw cut entirely through the concrete. [Salvage removed
concrete.]
3.1.8
Structural Steel
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NOTE: Delete structural steel and miscellaneous
metals only if it is determined that there are no
existing metals or structural steel to be recycled
or salvaged.
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Dismantle structural steel at field connections and in a manner that will
prevent bending or damage. Salvage for [reuse] [recycle] structural steel,
steel joists, girders, angles, plates, columns and shapes. [Do not use
flame-cutting torches] [Flame-cutting torches are permitted when other
methods of dismantling are not practical]. Transport steel joists and
girders as whole units and not dismantled. Transport structural steel
shapes to a designated [storage area] [recycling facility] [area as
directed by the Contracting Officer], stacked according to size, type of
member and length, and stored off the ground, protected from the weather.
3.1.9
Miscellaneous Metal
Salvage shop-fabricated items such as access doors and frames, steel
gratings, metal ladders, wire mesh partitions, metal railings, metal
windows and similar items as whole units. Salvage light-gage and
cold-formed metal framing, such as steel studs, steel trusses, metal
gutters, roofing and siding, metal toilet partitions, toilet accessories
and similar items. [Scrap metal shall become the Contractor's property.]
Recycle scrap metal as part of demolition and deconstruction operations.
Provide separate containers to collect scrap metal and transport to a scrap
metal collection or recycling facility, in accordance with the Waste
Management Plan.
3.1.10
Carpentry
Salvage for [reuse] [recycle] lumber, millwork items, and finished boards,
and sort by type and size. [[Chip or shred and ]recycle salvaged wood
unfit for reuse, except stained, painted, or treated wood.] [Salvage]
[Remove] windows, doors, frames, and cabinets, and similar items as whole
units, complete with trim and accessories. [Do not remove hardware
attached to units, except for door closers. ] [Salvage hardware attached to
units for reuse.] Brace the open end of door frames to prevent damage.
3.1.11
Carpet
Remove existing carpet for reclamation in accordance with manufacturer
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recommendations and as follows. Remove used carpet in large pieces, roll
tightly, and pack neatly in a container. Remove adhesive according to
recommendations of the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI). Adhesive removal
solvents shall comply with CRI CIS. Recycle removed carpet cushion.
3.1.12
Acoustic Ceiling Tile
Remove, neatly stack, and recycle acoustic ceiling tiles. Recycling may be
available with manufacturer. Otherwise, priority shall be given to a local
recycling organization. Recycling is not required if the tiles contain or
may have been exposed to asbestos material.
3.1.13
Airfield Lighting
Remove existing airfield lighting as indicated and terminate in a manner
satisfactory to the Contracting Officer. Remove [edge lights], [associated
transformers] [and] [_____] as indicated and [deliver to a location on the
station in accordance with instructions of the Contracting Officer]
[dispose of off station] [_____].
3.1.14
Patching
Where removals leave holes and damaged surfaces exposed in the finished
work, patch and repair these holes and damaged surfaces to match adjacent
finished surfaces, using on-site materials when available. Where new work
is to be applied to existing surfaces, perform removals and patching in a
manner to produce surfaces suitable for receiving new work. Finished
surfaces of patched area shall be flush with the adjacent existing surface
and shall match the existing adjacent surface as closely as possible as to
texture and finish. Patching shall be as specified and indicated, and
shall include:
a.
Concrete and Masonry: Completely fill holes and depressions, [caused by
previous physical damage or] left as a result of removals in existing
masonry walls to remain, with an approved masonry patching material,
applied in accordance with the manufacturer's printed instructions.
b.
Where existing partitions have been removed leaving damaged or missing
resilient tile flooring, patch to match the existing floor tile.
c.
Patch acoustic lay-in ceiling where partitions have been removed. The
transition between the different ceiling heights shall be effected by
continuing the higher ceiling level over to the first runner on the
lower ceiling and closing the vertical opening with a painted sheet
metal strip.
3.1.15
Air Conditioning Equipment
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NOTE: Delete requirements if inapplicable.
Quantify by weight the amount and type of
refrigerant to be recovered and indicate on plans.
Directives from the Secretary of the Navy prohibit
sale or transfer of Class I ODS materials outside of
the Navy without prior approval from the Chief of
Naval Operations or the Commandant of the Marine
Corps.
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[Remove air conditioning, refrigeration, and other equipment containing
refrigerants without releasing chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants to the
atmosphere in accordance with the Clean Air Act Amendment of 1990.]
[Recover all refrigerants prior to removing air conditioning,
refrigeration, and other equipment containing refrigerants and dispose of
in accordance with the paragraph entitled "Disposal of Ozone Depleting
Substance (ODS)."] [Turn in salvaged Class I ODS refrigerants as specified
in paragraph, "Salvaged Materials and Equipment."]
3.1.16
Cylinders and Canisters
Remove all fire suppression system cylinders and canisters and dispose of
in accordance with the paragraph entitled "Disposal of Ozone Depleting
Substance (ODS)."
3.1.17
Locksets on Swinging Doors
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NOTE: Use this paragraph when project includes
removal and disposal of hinged or pivoted swinging
doors. (This is a security measure.)
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Remove all locksets from all swinging doors indicated to be removed and
disposed of. Deliver the locksets and related items to a designated
location for receipt by the Contracting Officer after removal.
3.1.18
Mechanical Equipment and Fixtures
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NOTE: Delete, revise, or add to the text to cover
the project requirements. Materials and equipment
scheduled for salvage should be noted on the
drawings.
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Disconnect mechanical hardware at the nearest connection to existing
services to remain, unless otherwise noted. Disconnect mechanical
equipment and fixtures at fittings. Remove service valves attached to the
unit. Salvage each item of equipment and fixtures as a whole unit; listed,
indexed, tagged, and stored. Salvage each unit with its normal operating
auxiliary equipment. Transport salvaged equipment and fixtures, including
motors and machines, to a designated [on station] storage area as directed
by the Contracting Officer. Do not remove equipment until approved. Do
not offer low-efficiency equipment for reuse[; provide to recycling service
for disassembly and recycling of parts].
3.1.18.1
Preparation for Storage
Remove water, dirt, dust, and foreign matter from units; tanks, piping and
fixtures shall be drained; interiors, if previously used to store
flammable, explosive, or other dangerous liquids, shall be steam cleaned.
Seal openings with caps, plates, or plugs. Secure motors attached by
flexible connections to the unit. Change lubricating systems with the
proper oil or grease.
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3.1.18.2
Piping
Disconnect piping at unions, flanges and valves, and fittings as required
to reduce the pipe into straight lengths for practical storage. Store
salvaged piping according to size and type. If the piping that remains can
become pressurized due to upstream valve failure, end caps, blind flanges,
or other types of plugs or fittings with a pressure gage and bleed valve
shall be attached to the open end of the pipe to ensure positive leak
control. Carefully dismantle piping that previously contained gas,
gasoline, oil, or other dangerous fluids, with precautions taken to prevent
injury to persons and property. Store piping outdoors until all fumes and
residues are removed. Box prefabricated supports, hangers, plates, valves,
and specialty items according to size and type. Wrap sprinkler heads
individually in plastic bags before boxing. Classify piping not designated
for salvage, or not reusable, as scrap metal.
3.1.18.3
Ducts
Classify removed duct work as scrap metal.
3.1.18.4
Fixtures, Motors and Machines
Remove and salvage fixtures, motors and machines associated with plumbing,
heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, and other mechanical system
installations. Salvage, box and store auxiliary units and accessories with
the main motor and machines. Tag salvaged items for identification,
storage, and protection from damage. Classify [non-porcelain ]broken,
damaged, or otherwise unserviceable units and not caused to be broken,
damaged, or otherwise unserviceable as debris to be disposed of by the
Contractor. [Salvage and crush porcelain plumbing fixtures unsuitable for
reuse.]
3.1.19
Electrical Equipment and Fixtures
Salvage motors, motor controllers, and operating and control equipment that
are attached to the driven equipment. Salvage wiring systems and
components. Box loose items and tag for identification. Disconnect
primary, secondary, control, communication, and signal circuits at the
point of attachment to their distribution system.
3.1.19.1
Fixtures
Remove and salvage electrical fixtures. Salvage unprotected glassware from
the fixture and salvage separately. Salvage incandescent, mercury-vapor,
and fluorescent lamps and fluorescent ballasts manufactured prior to 1978,
boxed and tagged for identification, and protected from breakage.
3.1.19.2
Electrical Devices
Remove and salvage switches, switchgear, transformers, conductors including
wire and nonmetallic sheathed and flexible armored cable, regulators,
meters, instruments, plates, circuit breakers, panelboards, outlet boxes,
and similar items. Box and tag these items for identification according to
type and size.
3.1.19.3
Wiring Ducts or Troughs
Remove and salvage wiring ducts or troughs. Dismantle plug-in ducts and
wiring troughs into unit lengths. Remove plug-in or disconnecting devices
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from the busway and store separately.
3.1.19.4
Conduit and Miscellaneous Items
Salvage conduit except where embedded in concrete or masonry. Consider
corroded, bent, or damaged conduit as scrap metal. Sort straight and
undamaged lengths of conduit according to size and type. Classify
supports, knobs, tubes, cleats, and straps as debris to be removed and
disposed.
3.1.20
Elevators and Hoists
Remove elevators, hoists, and similar conveying equipment and salvage as
whole units, to the most practical extent. Remove and prepare items for
salvage without damage to any of the various parts. Salvage and store
rails for structural steel with the equipment as an integral part of the
unit.
3.1.21
Items With Unique/Regulated Disposal Requirements
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NOTE: Batteries and materials with lead based
finishes are examples of items with unique or
regulated disposal requirements.
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Remove and dispose of items with unique or regulated disposal requirements
in the manner dictated by law or in the most environmentally responsible
manner.
3.2
CONCURRENT EARTH-MOVING OPERATIONS
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NOTE: Caution must be taken to prevent uncovered
holes and other such hazards. If work is to be
under a separate contract and subsequent filling is
not required under the separate contract,
arrangements must be made to have the filling done
under this contract.
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Do not begin excavation, filling, and other earth-moving operations that
are sequential to demolition or deconstruction work in areas occupied by
structures to be demolished or deconstructed until all demolition and
deconstruction in the area has been completed and debris removed. Fill
holes, open basements and other hazardous openings.
3.3
DISPOSITION OF MATERIAL
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NOTE: This article entitled "Disposition of
Material" and the paragraphs that follow are for all
projects except as noted.
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3.3.1
Title to Materials
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NOTE: To minimize the possibility of contested
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ownership of materials or equipment in structures to
be demolished or deconstructed, the following letter
should be sent to the station sufficiently in
advance of the date on which action is required, and
the response thereto incorporated in either the
project specifications or bidding documents. The
Government shall prepare this letter. For project
prepared by an A/E, the A/E must notify the
Government the need for this correspondence.
From:
To:
(Appropriate EDF Activity)
Commanding Officer, (Station)
Subj:
Contract (Number) - [_____]:
(Including [Demolition] [and] [Deconstruction] of
[(_____)]
1. This activity is preparing the documents
preliminary to advertising the subject contract for
bids. A portion of this contract will be concerned
with the ownership of the materials in the
structure(s) and the contents of the building(s) to
be [demolished] [and] [deconstructed]. It is normal
practice to specify that the structures, and all
equipment or other material inside the structures at
the time the contract is advertised for bids, become
the property of the Contractor.
2. Accordingly, it is requested that this activity
be advised of the existence of any material or
equipment within the limits of the contract which is
to remain the property of the Government. A
negative reply is requested. If there is any
material or equipment in this category, it is
requested that action be initiated to remove it from
the limits of the contract. If prompt removal is
impractical, it will be necessary for the station to
make a complete inventory of, and tag or mark, each
item which is to remain the property of the
Government. A copy of the inventory, a description
of the tag or mark used, and the desired disposition
of the item must be forwarded to this activity for
inclusion in the specification or bidding documents.
3. In the past, this activity has experienced
considerable difficulty where a building evacuated
prior to demolition or deconstruction is then used
to store other material or equipment temporarily and
the items were in storage during the bid advertising
period. Upon award of the contract, the Contractor
claimed the material and either removed it or
claimed and was awarded compensation for it.
Therefore, it is requested that the structure(s) to
be demolished or deconstructed which are included in
this contract not be used for temporary storage
during the bid advertising period.
4.
It is requested that the reply to this letter be
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sent to this activity not later than [60] [_____]
days after the date of this letter. Failure to do
so may result in unnecessary cost to the Government
in claims.
5. Insert name of contract and identify
buildings(s) to be included under contract. Further
revise as necessary to suit conditions.
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Except for salvaged items specified in related Sections, and for materials
or equipment scheduled for salvage, all materials and equipment removed and
not reused or salvaged, shall become the property of the Contractor and
shall be removed from Government property. Title to materials resulting
from demolition and deconstruction, and materials and equipment to be
removed, is vested in the Contractor upon approval by the Contracting
Officer of the Contractor's demolition, deconstruction, and removal
procedures, and authorization by the Contracting Officer to begin
demolition and deconstruction. The Government will not be responsible for
the condition or loss of, or damage to, such property after contract
award. Showing for sale or selling materials and equipment on site is
prohibited.
3.3.2
Reuse of Materials and Equipment
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NOTE: Delete if inapplicable, or edit to suit
individual requirements. Items to be salvaged must
be described in adequate detail to establish the
limits of the items involved. Requirements for
preparation and disposition will be as required to
meet job conditions.
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Remove and store materials and equipment [listed [in the [Demolition]
[Deconstruction] Plan] [_____]] [indicated [_____]] to be reused or
relocated to prevent damage, and reinstall as the work progresses.
3.3.3
Salvaged Materials and Equipment
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NOTE: Delete if inapplicable, or edit to suit
individual requirements. Items to be salvaged shall
be described in adequate detail to establish the
limits of the items involved. Requirements for
preparation and disposition will be as required to
meet job conditions.
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Remove materials and equipment that are [listed [in the [Demolition]
[Deconstruction] Plan][_____]] [indicated [_____]] [and] [specified
[_____]] to be removed by the Contractor and that are to remain the
property of the Government, and deliver to a storage site [, as directed
within [_____] km miles of the work site].
a.
Salvage items and material to the maximum extent possible.
b.
Store all materials salvaged for the Contractor as approved by the
Contracting Officer and remove from Government property before
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completion of the contract.
prohibited.
On site sales of salvaged material is
c.
Remove salvaged items to remain the property of the Government in a
manner to prevent damage, and packed or crated to protect the items
from damage while in storage or during shipment. Items damaged during
removal or storage must be repaired or replaced to match existing
items. Properly identify the contents of containers. Deliver the
following items reserved as property of the Government to the areas
designated: [_____].
d.
Remove the following items reserved as property of the using service
prior to commencement of work under this contract: [_____].
e.
Remove historical items in a manner to prevent damage. Deliver the
following historical items to the Government for disposition: Corner
stones, contents of corner stones, and document boxes wherever located
on the site.
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NOTE: For Class I ODS materials, use the first
bracketed statement if the Contractor is to remove
the material. Use the second bracketed statement if
a Public Works Center or other Navy activity is to
remove the Class I ODS materials. Edit statements
for the project as necessary.
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f.
[Remove and capture all Class I ODS refrigerants in accordance with the
Clean Air Act Amendment of 1990, and turn in to the Navy [as directed
by the Commanding Officer.] [by shipping the refrigerant container to
the Defense Logistics Agency at the following address:
Defense Depot Richmond VA (DDRV)
SW0400
Cylinder Operations
8000 Jefferson Davis Highway
Richmond, VA 23297-5900]]
[The Government will remove and capture Class I ODS refrigerants.
the web site for ODS, link to:
https://www.osd.mil/denix/Public/News/DLA/ODS/sect1.html]
3.3.4
To view
Debris Disposal in the San Diego Area
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NOTE: This paragraph is for appropriate NAVFAC SW
projects only.
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Landfill coupons, that permit waste disposal at the Miramar Landfill free
of charge, are available from the Contracting Officer. The coupons will be
issued only upon the submission of a written request, by the prime
contractor to the ROICC, which must identify the nature of the waste and
the number of coupons requested. The landfill coupons issued under this
contract are to be used only for the disposal of waste generated by this
contract. If the prime contractor, one of its subcontractors, or one of
its waste haulers is found to be misusing the landfill coupons by disposing
of waste not generated under this contract, all rights under the contract
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to use landfill coupons shall be forfeited, from the date of misuse
forward. All unused coupons will be returned to the Contracting Officer
and no additional coupons will be issued for the duration of the contract.
The Contracting Officer's refusal to issue landfill coupons, because of
prior misuse, is not a change to the contract and no adjustment of the
contract price will be made.
3.3.5
Disposal of Ozone Depleting Substance (ODS)
Class I and Class II ODS are defined in Section, 602(a) and (b), of The
Clean Air Act. Prevent discharge of Class I and Class II ODS to the
atmosphere. Place recovered ODS in cylinders meeting AHRI Guideline K
suitable for the type ODS (filled to no more than 80 percent capacity) and
provide appropriate labeling. Recovered ODS shall be [put back into the
existing equipment] [turned over to the Contracting Officer] [removed from
Government property and disposed of in accordance with 40 CFR 82].
Products, equipment and appliances containing ODS in a sealed,
self-contained system (e.g. residential refrigerators and window air
conditioners) shall be disposed of in accordance with 40 CFR 82. Submit
Receipts or bills of lading, as specified. Submit a shipping receipt or
bill of lading for all containers of ozone depleting substance (ODS)
shipped to the Defense Depot, Richmond, Virginia.
3.3.5.1
Special Instructions
No more than one type of ODS is permitted in each container. A
warning/hazardous label shall be applied to the containers in accordance
with Department of Transportation regulations. All cylinders including but
not limited to fire extinguishers, spheres, or canisters containing an ODS
shall have a tag with the following information:
a.
Activity name and unit identification code
b.
Activity point of contact and phone number
c.
Type of ODS and pounds of ODS contained
d.
Date of shipment
e.
National stock number (for information, call (804) 279-4525).
3.3.5.2
Fire Suppression Containers
Deactivate fire suppression system cylinders and canisters with electrical
charges or initiators prior to shipment. Also, safety caps must be used to
cover exposed actuation mechanisms and discharge ports on these special
cylinders.
3.3.6
Transportation Guidance
Ship all ODS containers in accordance with MIL-STD-129, DLA 4145.25 (also
referenced one of the following: Army Regulation 700-68, Naval Supply
Instruction 4440.128C, Marine Corps Order 10330.2C, and Air Force
Regulation 67-12), 49 CFR 173.301, and DOD 4000.25-1-M.
3.3.7
Unsalvageable and Non-Recyclable Material
Dispose of unsalvageable and non-recyclable noncombustible material in the
disposal area located [_____]. The fill in the disposal area shall remain
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below elevation [_____] and after disposal is completed, the disposal area
shall be uniformly graded to drain. Dispose of unsalvageable and
non-recyclable combustible material [in the sanitary fill area located
[_____]] [off the site] [by burning].
3.4
CLEANUP
Remove debris and rubbish from basement and similar excavations. Remove
and transport the debris in a manner that prevents spillage on streets or
adjacent areas. Apply local regulations regarding hauling and disposal.
3.5
3.5.1
DISPOSAL OF REMOVED MATERIALS
Regulation of Removed Materials
Dispose of debris, rubbish, scrap, and other nonsalvageable materials
resulting from removal operations with all applicable federal, state and
local regulations as contractually specified [off the [_____] center] [in
the Waste Management Plan] [_____]. [Storage of removed materials on the
project site is prohibited.]
3.5.2
Burning on Government Property
[Burning of materials removed from demolished and deconstructed structures
will not be permitted on Government property] [Transport combustible
materials removed from demolished and deconstructed structures to the areas
designated for burning. Control fires for protection of persons and
property. Monitor fires continuously until the fires have burned out or
have been extinguished. Comply with Federal, State and local laws
regulating the building and maintaining of brush and trash fires].
3.5.3
Removal to Spoil Areas on Government Property
Transport noncombustible materials removed from demolition and
deconstruction structures to designated spoil areas on Government property.
3.5.4
Removal from Government Property
Transport waste materials removed from demolished and deconstructed
structures, except waste soil, from Government property for legal
disposal. Dispose of waste soil as directed.
3.6
REUSE OF SALVAGED ITEMS
Recondition salvaged materials and equipment designated for reuse before
installation. Replace items damaged during removal and salvage operations
or restore them as necessary to usable condition.
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