INVITATION TO QUOTE Public Works Shop

INVITATION TO QUOTE
Public Works Shop Expansion Construction
The City of Armstrong is inviting quotes for the construction of an Office Building addition to the Public
Works Shop Building in Armstrong, BC.
Sealed quotes clearly marked “Quote – Public Works Shop Expansion Construction” will be
accepted until 2:00 PM local time on Thursday May 7, 2015 at the office of the City of Armstrong, P.O.
Box 40, 3570 Bridge Street, Armstrong, BC, V0E 1B0.
A detailed description of the services required can be found in the Quote documents.
Quote documents are available online at the City of Armstrong website at www.cityofarmstrong.bc.ca; on
the BC Bid website at www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca, on the Civic Info website at www.civicinfo.bc.ca and at the
office of the City of Armstrong at the above address during regular office hours.
The City of Armstrong reserves the right to accept or reject any or all Quotes and to waive any informality
in the Quotes received, in each case without giving any notice. The City of Armstrong reserves the right
to accept the Quote which it deems most advantageous.
The lowest or any Quote will not necessarily be accepted.
For more information, please contact:
Tim Perepolkin, Public Works Manager
250-546-3023
[email protected]
QUOTE SPECIFICATIONS
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
PROJECT
The City of Armstrong (City) is inviting Quotations from qualified builders for the supply of all labour
including sub-trades, equipment, building materials and the permitting and licensing necessary for the
construction of a 720 Square foot office building addition to the existing City of Armstrong Public
Works Shop building.
1.
The services required are described in detail in the sample Agreement attached as Appendix “A”.
The specifications and detailed drawings are attached as Appendix “B”
CLOSING TIME
2.
Sealed quotes clearly marked "Quote – Public Works Shop Expansion Construction" for the
work contained herein and addressed to:
City of Armstrong
Attention: Tim Perepolkin, Public Works Manager
P.O. Box 40,
3570 Bridge Street,
Armstrong, BC, V0E 1B0 (herein called the "City")
will be received at these offices until 2:00 PM local time on Thursday May 7, 2015
(herein called the "Closing Time")
3.
Quotes will not be opened in public.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
4.
Quotes will include a completed Quote Form (provided) and should be enclosed in a sealed
envelope. Any Quote received after the Quote Closing Time will not be considered or accepted
and will, upon request of the Contractor, be returned to the Contractor.
5.
Quotes will be for the Work in its entirety and partial or incomplete submissions will not be
considered. Each Quote should be dated, show the full legal name and business address of the
Contractor, and be signed with the usual signature of the person or persons authorized to bind the
Contractor. The name of each signatory should be typed or clearly imprinted below each signature.
AGREEMENT DOCUMENTS
6.
Contractors will carefully examine the attached Agreement document and will fully inform
themselves as to all existing conditions and limitations that will affect the execution of the
Agreement. No consideration will be given, after the submission of the Quote, to any claim that
there was any misunderstanding with respect to the conditions imposed by the Agreement.
7.
Oral discussions will not become a part of the Agreement document or modify the Agreement
unless confirmed by addenda as set out in Section 11. Addenda.
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QUOTE SPECIFICATIONS
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
IRREVOCABILITY OF QUOTES
8.
Quotes must be irrevocable and open for acceptance by the City for a period of 60 calendar days
after the Quote Closing Time, even if the Quote of another Contractor is accepted by the City.
NOTICE OF AWARD
9.
The successful Contractor will be notified of acceptance of its Quote by notification in writing
delivered to the address on the Quote Form (“Notice of Award”). No other communication will
constitute acceptance of any Quote.
CONTRACTOR’S QUALIFICATIONS
10.
Contractors must have a minimum of five (5) years’ experience as a bona fide contractor in the
construction of similar projects. Contractors and their Subcontractors are required to submit
complete information or evidence relating to its qualifications on the Quote Form. The City may
request additional information relating to any other matter considered relevant by the City in the
evaluation of that Contractor’s quote.
ADDENDA
11.
If the City determines that an amendment is required to this Invitation, the City will provide a
written addendum that will form part of this Invitation. Any amendment will be posted on the
City’s website. Amendments to the Invitation will not be considered three (3) days prior to the
Invitation Closing Time.
ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF QUOTES
12.
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all Quotes, to evaluate Quotes on any basis
whatsoever, and to accept any Quote it considers most advantageous to the City.
13.
The City may waive any non-compliance with these Quote Specifications.
14.
In no event will the City be responsible for the costs of preparation or submission of a Quote.
15.
The lowest or any Quote will not necessarily be accepted. The City reserves the right in its
absolute discretion to accept the Quote which it deems most advantageous to itself.
16.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the City may evaluate Quotes by reference to any
one or more of the following:
• incomplete or conditional Quote;
• prices omitted or unbalanced;
• prices over budgeted amount;
• evidence of inadequate experience or capacity to perform the duties outlined in the
Agreement;
• evidence of previous failure to perform adequately on similar work;
• evidence of poor public relations skills or of discourteous or disrespectful dealings with
the public, and;
• unsigned Quote.
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QUOTE SPECIFICATIONS
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
SUBMISSIONS
17.
All submissions become the property of the City and will not be returned to the Contractor. All
submissions will be held in confidence by the City unless otherwise required by law. Contractors
should be aware the City is a “public body” defined by and subject to the Freedom of Information
and Protection of Privacy Act of British Columbia.
NEGOTIATING
18.
The City reserves the right to enter into negotiations with the selected successful Contractor, prior
to award of the Agreement, for the purpose of making amendments to the Agreement document
as required for the Agreement to be compatible with the project, the schedule and budget,
including amendments to the Services included in the Agreement or the manner in which the
work will be undertaken.
INSURANCE
19.
The insurance requirements for the successful Contractor will be as outlined in the attached
Agreement document.
WORK SCHEDULE
20.
The work schedule of the successful Contractor will be as outlined in the attached Agreement
document.
DUTIES OF THE CONTRACTOR
21.
The duties of the successful Contractor will be as outlined in the attached Agreement document.
REMUNERATION
22.
Remuneration will be as per the successful Contractor’s Quote Form, Schedule of Approximate
Quantities and Unit Prices.
GUARANTEE
23.
The Contractor will, at no additional cost to the City, guarantee the work against poor materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the completion of the work. Completion of the work is
the date at which all deficiencies have been completed and the project has been accepted by the
City as complete.
TERM
24.
The Term will be as outlined in the attached Agreement document.
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QUOTE SPECIFICATIONS
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
GENERAL
25.
The City is not a member of the Public Construction Council of British Columbia, the British
Columbia Construction Association or any other construction association.
26.
The City does not adopt or agree to be bound by “The Procedures And Guidelines
Recommended For Use On Publicly Funded Construction Projects” produced by the Public
Construction Council of British Columbia, September 1989 or any other procedure/guidelines
recommended, adopted or produced by any construction association in the quoting and award of
the Agreement on this project.
INQUIRIES
27.
All inquiries regarding this Invitation to Quote should be directed by email to Tim Perepolkin,
Public Works Manager at [email protected]
28.
Inquiries should be made no later than three (3) days before the Quote Closing Time.
29.
Before submitting a Quote, Contractors will examine the site of the work, either personally or
through an authorized representative, and satisfy themselves as to the local conditions and
nature of the work. The Contractor is fully responsible for obtaining all information required for the
preparation of their Quote and the execution of the work.
30.
If the Contractor finds discrepancies in or omissions from the Quote Specifications and/or the
Agreement document or has any doubt as to the meaning or intent of any part thereof, the
Contractor will at once inform the City.
31.
Where the Quote Form or Agreement numbers are referenced in both words and figures, in the
case of discrepancy between the two, the amount in words shall govern.
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QUOTE FORM
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
QUOTE FORM
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
(Please complete and submit the following pages)
Quote of:
(hereinafter called the "Contractor")
To:
City of Armstrong
P.O. Box 40
3570 Bridge Street
Armstrong, BC, V0E 1B0
(hereinafter called the "City")
In response to the Public Works Shop Expansion Construction Invitation to Quote and the Quote
Specifications, the Contractor has carefully examined the scope of the proposed Service, work
specifications and will provide all necessary labour, material, equipment, supervision and all other
factors as required to complete the work as called for by these documents and in accordance with the
City requirements, for the price quoted.
The Contractor further agrees that prices quoted are all-inclusive (excluding applicable Federal and
Provincial taxes) and allow for any escalation of the Contractor's costs following the Quote Period. The
Successful Contractor will not be entitled to extra payment for any such escalation, with respect to the
executed Agreement.
If awarded an Agreement for the aforementioned Service, the Contractor agrees to deliver to the City
within ten (10) calendar days after receipt of Notice of Award:
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Proof of Insurance
Proof of registration with WorkSafe BC
GST Registration number
Duly executed Agreement in duplicate
Safety Policy
The Contractor acknowledges receipt of the following addendum(s) covering revisions to the Quote
Documents.
Addendum No.
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Dated ___________________
Addendum No.
___________________
Dated ___________________
This Quote is irrevocable until July 6, 20015
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PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
QUOTE FORM
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
Please specify experience and relevant training of personnel:
Please specify sub trades:
References:
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PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
QUOTE FORM
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
LUMP SUM QUOTATION
The Contractor agrees that the lump sum price shown below are inclusive of all works, personnel,
costs, charges etc. (excluding applicable taxes).
LUMP SUM PRICE
SUPPLY AND INSTALL FOUNDATION AND FLOOR SLAB
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL DOORS, WINDOWS AND
ROOFING
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL PLUMBING COMPONENTS
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL INSULATION AND VAPOUR
BARRIER
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL EXTERIOR FINISHES
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL INTERIOR FINISHES
$
OPTIONAL WORK – SUPPLY AND INSTALL
STRUCTURAL FILL (LUMP SUM PRICE PER EACH 5 m3)
$
SUMMARY
SUBTOTAL
$
GST (5%)
$
GRAND TOTAL
$
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PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
QUOTE FORM
PUBLIC WORKS SHOP EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTOR INFORMATION
GST/HST No.
WorkSafe BC No.
Tendering Firm:
Mailing Address:
Phone:
Email:
Submitted By:
Signature of Authorized Person(s)
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APPENDIX “A” – SAMPLE AGREEMENT
CITY OF ARMSTRONG
Public Works Shop Expansion Construction
THIS AGREEMENT dated for reference this
BETWEEN:
day of
, 2015.
CITY OF ARMSTRONG
Box 40
Armstrong, BC V0E 1B0
(hereinafter referred to as the "City") AND:
CONTRACTOR NAME
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
(hereinafter referred to as the "Contractor")
for the construction of a 720 square foot office building addition to the Public Works Shop Building in
Armstrong, BC.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR
1.
The Contractor will provide services as described in Schedule “A”, (“the Services”), in
accordance with this Agreement. Services must be provided during the term described in
Section 31 (the “Term”).
2.
The Contractor will deal with the public and the C i t y in a courteous and respectful manner
and will ensure that its agents and employees deal with the public and the C i t y in a
courteous and respectful manner.
3.
The Contractor will be solely responsible for the operation and maintenance of any equipment
whatsoever used, rented, leased, or owned by the Contractor in his business and for the
effective execution of this Agreement.
4.
The Contractor will be solely responsible for all Employment Insurance, Canada Pension,
Income Tax and any other applicable assessments or deductions levied by Federal, Provincial
or Municipal Governments or any agency thereof.
5.
The Contractor will provide proof of registration with WorkSafe BC, proof of Personal
Optional Protection or proof of denied WorkSafe BC registration.
6.
The Contractor will maintain a health and safety program as required by the Workers’
Compensation Act and report immediately and in writing any workplace injury or occupational
illness to the City.
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RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR (cont.)
7.
The Contractor will follow safety procedures as laid out in WorkSafe BC regulations.
Contractors, their employees or agents not complying with health and safety expectations will
be required to stop work and will not be allowed to resume work until the safety requirements
are met.
8.
The City will perform a hazard assessment of the worksite(s) before Services outlined in this
Agreement commence. The City and the Contractor will review the hazard assessment on a
regular basis. The Contractor will notify the City immediately of any additional worksite(s)
hazards not identified in the hazard assessment.
9.
The Contractor will be responsible for any costs, fines or levies resulting from a breach of
WorkSafe BC regulations.
GENERAL PROVISIONS
10.
The Contractor will not assign this Agreement or any part thereof without written authority by
the City.
11.
The Contractor is and will be an independent Contractor and nothing contained herein will be
construed to create a partnership, joint venture or agency, and neither party hereto will be
responsible for the debts or obligations of the other party.
12.
This Agreement will be represented on behalf of the City by the Public Works Manager
or designate.
13.
This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the parties hereto and
no representations, warranties, understanding or Agreements, oral or otherwise, exist
between the parties hereto except as expressly set out in this Agreement.
14.
This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the
Province of British Columbia.
15.
Services not included in this Agreement for which compensation is requested must have prior
written approval of the City. Notwithstanding this provision, the Contractor is authorized by this
Agreement to act in an emergency situation.
16.
Notwithstanding the Contractor’s responsibilities, the City maintains the overall authority for
management and control of the Service or location of the Service. Nothing in this Agreement
grants the Contractor any interest in the Service or location of the Service and the City may, in
its discretion, retain others to carry out work on and around the location of the Service.
17.
Any provision of this Agreement that is deemed to be held unenforceable or invalid for any
reason will be severed from the Agreement and all remaining provisions of the Agreement will
remain in full force and effect.
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INSURANCE
18.
The Contractor will indemnify and save harmless the City from all fines, suits, proceedings,
claims, demands, or actions of any kind or nature or from anyone whomsoever, arising out of
or resulting from any negligent acts, errors or omissions of the Contractor, its officers,
employees, agents or subcontractors in the performance of their services and duties in regard
to this Agreement.
19.
The Contractor will, prior to the commencement of operation and thereafter at all times during
the Term of this Agreement, at its own expense, keep in force by advance payment of
premiums, a general liability insurance policy in an amount not less than THREE MILLION
($3,000,000) DOLLARS.
20.
The City of Armstrong will be named as an additional insured on said policy and the said
policy will contain a waiver of cross liability clause and will provide that the City of Armstrong
will be notified in writing in advance of any cancellation of or material change to said policy.
The insurance will be in a form satisfactory to the City and confirmation of insurance coverage
will be provided to the City to be retained on file.
21.
It is understood and agreed that the City will not be liable for any loss or damage to the
Contractor’s Equipment including loss of use. Each and every policy insuring the Contractor’s
Equipment to be used to carry out the duties contained herein will contain the following
clause:
“It is agreed that the right to subrogation against the
City of Armstrong is hereby waived.”
22.
The insurance policy will contain a clause stating “this policy will not be cancelled or
materially changed without the insurer giving at least fifteen (15) days’ notice, by registered
mail, to the City of Armstrong.”
23.
The Contractor will supply proof of automobile liability insurance on all licensed vehicles
owned by or leased to the Contractor, protecting against damages arising from bodily injury
(including death) and from claims for property damage arising out of their use in the operations
of the Contractor, its subcontractors, or employees under the Agreement. Such insurance shall
be for an amount of not less than TWO MILLION ($2,000,000) DOLLARS, inclusive of any one
accident.
TERMINATION
24.
This Agreement may be terminated at any time by either party without cause upon giving ninety
(90) days' written notice to the respective party to the address herein contained.
25.
If the City determines that the Contractor is non-compliant with respect to the terms of this
Agreement, an Official Notice of Non-Compliance may be issued. If the terms of this
Agreement have not been satisfied within five (5) working days, a second Official Notice of
Non-Compliance may be issued.
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TERMINATION (cont.)
26.
If the terms of this Agreement have not been satisfied within five (5) working days of receipt
of a second Official Notice of Non-Compliance, the City may issue a Third Official Notice of
Non-Compliance. The delivery will contain notification of immediate termination. NonCompliance Notices will be in writing with the City delivering such notices to the
Contractor in person or by mailing to the address listed on the first page of this Agreement.
27.
The City may immediately terminate this Agreement if the Contractor or its agents or
employees does one or more of the following:
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is intoxicated;
uses foul, profane, vulgar or obscene language;
solicits gratuities or tips from the public for services performed hereunder;
wilfully or recklessly disregards the safety of persons or operational requirements;
acts in a manner which may constitute a public nuisance or disorderly conduct;
participates in any unauthorized sales at the site;
is dishonest or fails to record incidents and infractions in a proper manner;
fails to deal with the public and the City in a courteous and respectful manner as
outlined in Section 2;
fails to comply with WorkSafe BC requirements as outlined in Sections 5 to 9 inclusive;
fails to comply with Insurance requirements as outlined in Sections 18 to 23 inclusive.
REMUNERATION
28.
The City agrees to pay the Contractor at the rates outlined in Schedule “B” attached hereto
and forming part of this Agreement.
29.
The City assumes responsibility for the payment of applicable GST to the Contractor
provided that the Contractor is a GST registrant.
30.
An amount equal to ten percent (10%) from each invoice will be withheld in compliance with
the requirements of the Builders Lien Act. The Builder’s Lien Holdback will be clearly
identified on all Contractors invoices. This amount will be released upon receipt by the City of
a Statutory Declaration advising that all accounts for labour and materials for the Services has
been satisfied and a letter of clearance from WorkSafe BC has been received.
TERM
31.
The Services performed under this Agreement will be completed no later than October 30,
2015. In the event that the Services are not completed before the deadline, the Contractor
shall pay the additional engineering expense and other costs as liquidated damages to the
City caused by the extra time required for completion. The amount of such expense shall be
deducted from any monies due to the Contractor.
32.
Prior to the start of the Services, the Contractor will submit a construction work schedule.
This construction work schedule will be revised if requested, and resubmitted until such time
as it is acceptable by the City Representative. The construction will not proceed until such
time as an acceptable work schedule is approved.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF this Agreement has been executed by the parties hereto:
CITY OF ARMSTRONG
CONTRACTOR
_________________________
Mayor
_________________________
Signature
_________________________
Administrator
_________________________
Printed Name
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SCHEDULE “A”
SERVICES
The Contractor will perform the Services required to construct a 720 square foot office building
addition to the Public Works Shop Building located at 2940 Patterson Avenue, Armstrong, BC. Services
will include all labour, equipment, building materials and permitting/licensing required for completion of the
project.
GENERAL
Prior to the start of construction, the Contractor and the City Representative will inspect and photograph
the work area. Areas disturbed by construction will be returned to their original condition or better.
Works and materials provided by the City are specifically itemized as follows:
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The City will schedule and pay for all asphalt paving restoration works required adjacent the
new addition.
The City will make application to Fortis and pay for all associated costs for relocation of the
existing gas meter and service. Contractor will schedule and coordinate their works accordingly.
The City will schedule and pay for supply & install heating and cooling systems (ductless minispilt air conditioners and heat pumps) for this project. Contractor will schedule and coordinate
their works accordingly.
The City will supply & install water and sewer service connection to 1.0 metres off the new
addition wall as illustrated on the site location plan drawing.
The City will remove the existing chain link fence to accommodate the construction and reinstall
as necessary after construction completion.
The City will supply & pay for any required geotechnical work as necessary to satisfy the
building permit requirements.
The City will schedule and pay direct for installation of building security wiring and sensors.
The City will schedule and pay for all flooring finishes. Contractor will schedule and coordinate
their work accordingly.
CONSTRUCTION
The Contractor will construct the building as required and outlined in this Contract Agreement. Contract
Drawings are attached as Appendix B and form part of this Agreement.
The Contractor will be responsible for the following:
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the supply of all materials and labour necessary to construct the building;
the supply of all tools and equipment necessary to complete the project;
all work associated with the removal and disposal of any surplus building materials after
completion of the project;
supply & installation of moduloc construction fencing as illustrated on the site plan
drawing; and
All workmanship will be subject to a one-year warranty period.
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Contract Drawings
The Contract Drawings for this project are:
Appendix B
Front Section Plan Drawing 1 & Floor Plan Drawing 2 – provided by Shepherds Hardware Ltd.
Site Location Plan Drawing PW-SHOP ADDITION
BC Building Code Requirements
The Contractor will construct all components of this project in accordance with current BC Building Code,
local bylaws and in accordance with good building and best management practices. A building permit
must be obtained from the Regional District of North Okanagan.
Supply and Install Foundation and Floor Slab
The Contractor will supply & install all asphalt saw-cutting, excavation, disposal, aggregates, backfill,
compaction, forming, concrete, rebar, rigid insulation, raydon rock with vent and poly necessary to
construct the foundation and floor slab.
Backfill for the excavation area outside the new foundation will consist of aggregate backfill materials. A
minimum of 100mm of 25mm minus aggregate shall be placed to the top of the existing asphalt
adjacent the foundation.
Payment for supply & installation of all works and materials will be included in the lump sum price
quoted for the Supply and Installation Foundation and Floor Slab.
The Contractor must allow for 300mm of clean granular structural fill aggregate for underneath the
footings. Any additional aggregates under footings that may be required as a result of geotechnical
investigation will be supplied & installed by the cubic metre and will include excavation and disposal of
existing native materials that are displaced with the equal amount of aggregates.
Payment for supply & installation of additional structural fill will be by the lump sum/unit price quoted
per cubic metre for Optional Work- Supply & Install Structural Fill. The lump sum price quoted shall be
based on a volume of 5 m3, final payment will be made based on actual volume necessary measured
and rounded to 5 m3 increments.
Supply and Install Wood Frame Construction
The Contractor will supply & install all materials necessary to construct the wood frame construction,
including new door opening in the existing building wall. Exterior walls to meet R24 building code
requirements.
Payment for supply & installation of all works and materials will be included in the lump sum price
quoted for Supply & Install Wood Frame Construction
Supply and Install Doors, Windows and Roofing
The Contractor will supply & install all doors, windows and roofing.
Exterior doors will be metal 1.5 hour fire rated complete with automatic door closures, keyed locks and
include exist signs with lights. (door between existing building is considered an exterior door) Main door
on east wall and the door between existing building and new addition will include a top ½ glass window.
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Supply and Install Doors, Windows and Roofing (cont..)
Interior doors will be hollow core standard grade doors complete with keyed locks. All exterior doors will
be painted with two coats enamel over primer, color selection by City. Interior doors will be painted with
two coats latex over primer, color selection by City. All exterior keyed locks will be to City standard key.
Exterior windows will be premium grade vinyl horizontal slider with triple glazed energy saving Low-E
glass. Interior window will be contractor grade double glazed glass, color selection by City.
Roofing will be asphalt 40 year architectural style complete with roofing felt, color selection by City.
Payment for supply & installation of all works and materials will be included in the lump sum price
quoted for Supply & Install Doors, Windows, and Roofing
Supply and Install Electrical Components
The Contractor will supply & install all electrical components and materials including the new 200Amp
underground electrical service, meter base, panel wire and underground Telus service, wire and
ethernet. Telus and ethernet junction base will be at the 200Amp electrical panel.
The locations for the new electrical panel, meter, bathroom baseboard heater, existing electrical panel
and proposed wall mount ductless heating/cooling units are illustrated on the contract drawings.
The following electrical fixtures will be a minimum except where electrical code requires additional.
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3.0 KW point of use electric hot water heater, 250 Watt electric baseboard heater, ceiling light,
fan/vent, switches and GFI receptacle in bathroom (fan to be on a timed switch).
10 interior duplex receptacles, 1 exterior receptacle in soffit in with photo cell and separate
switch.
5 surface mount LED ceiling lights (RC Lighting 2x4-44N RCL), on 5 switches (3 regular and 2
two-way)
2 exterior 6‘‘ round LED pot lights (Lotus LED LY61RCD), in soffit above doorways on photo cell
and separate switches.
telephone and ethernet wires to 5 locations in new addition and 2 location in existing building to
service existing phones and computer station.
Wiring for wall mount heating/cooling units, exterior condensers requires 15amp 240 volt 14.5
mca and from exterior condenser to interior unit requires 230volt 4 amp control wire.
The existing 100Amp electrical panel will become a sub panel fed from the new 200Amp panel. The
Contractor will make all the necessary connections to the existing electrical panel and repair any
necessary wall damage.
Supply and Install Plumbing Components
The Contractor will supply & install all plumbing components, piping, valves and materials from 1 metre
outside the building wall.
Service into building will be ¾’’ complete with main valve, PRV, check valve and water meter. The
Contractor will include installation of a separate ¾’’ cold water service pipe and ball valve into the
existing building between the two doorways on the north wall.
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Supply and Install Plumbing Components (cont..)
The toilet will be low water use, dual flush and the sink/faucet will be single handle and include vanity.
Fixture color will be white and all bathroom construction will meet H/C accessibility including necessary
grab bars.
Payment for supply & installation of all works and materials will be included in the lump sum price
quoted for Supply & Install Plumbing Components.
Supply and Install Insulation and Vapour Barrier
The Contractor will supply & install all insulation and vapour barrier including insulation in the fire wall
between the existing building and new addition.
Wall will be R24, ceiling R40.
Payment for supply & installation of all works and materials will be included in the lump sum price
quoted for Supply & Installation of Insulation & Vapour Barrier.
Supply and Install Exterior Finishes
Existing Building:
The Contractor will remove and salvage all existing metal siding from the exterior of the existing building
and reinstall to cover existing windows, air conditioner, gas exhaust and hydro meter openings.
New Addition:
The Contractor will supply & install all steel siding, soffits, gutters, down spouts, flashings and hardware.
Steel siding will be 26 gauge wall deck profile, soffits will be vented aluminum, gutters will be continuous
5’’, two tone concept color selection by City.
Payment for supply & installation of all works and materials will be included in the lump sum price quoted
for Supply & Install Exterior Finishes.
Interior Finishes
The Contractor will supply & install a 2 hour fire rated wall between the existing building and the new
addition. This will consist of two layers of 5/8” drywall on both sides.
The Contractor will install drywall on all walls and ceilings in the new addition complete with paint
consisting of 2 coats of latex over primer, color selection by City.
Baseboards will be 1/2’’ x 4 1/2’’ MDF and casings will be 1/2’’ x 2 1/2’’ MDF with junction blocks
approximately 4’’ horizontal x 6’’ vertical complete with 2 coats of latex paint over primer, color selection
by City.
Layout
The layout of the work will be completed by the City Representative with the Contractor present onsite
to assist. The Contractor will be responsible to maintain the layout stakes and/or markings provided.
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APPENDIX “A” – SAMPLE AGREEMENT
City Representative
The City Representative for the project will be Tim Perepolkin, Public Works Manager.
E:
T:
[email protected]
250-546-3023
WorkSafe BC Regulations
The Contractor will adhere to WorkSafe BC Regulations for all works and all excavations are to be left
in a safe manner at the end of the working day/shift.
Discrepancies
Where there is a discrepancy between contract drawings, contract documents, or field conditions, the
Contractor will notify the City Representative immediately.
Payment Items
All payment items as described in the attached Schedule ‘B’ will include all materials, equipment,
manpower, transportation and tools required to complete the work. All items will be paid at the lump
sum unit prices quoted.
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APPENDIX “A” – SAMPLE AGREEMENT
SCHEDULE “B”
REMUNERATION SCHEDULE
The City agrees to pay the Contractor at the remuneration rates (plus applicable taxes) outlined below:
LUMP SUM PRICE
SUPPLY AND INSTALL FOUNDATION AND FLOOR SLAB
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL DOORS, WINDOWS AND
ROOFING
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL PLUMBING COMPONENTS
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL INSULATION AND VAPOUR
BARRIER
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL EXTERIOR FINISHES
$
SUPPLY AND INSTALL INTERIOR FINISHES
$
OPTIONAL WORK – SUPPLY AND INSTALL
STRUCTURAL FILL (LUMP SUM PRICE PER EACH 5 m3)
$
SUMMARY
SUBTOTAL
$
GST (5%)
$
GRAND TOTAL
$
An amount equal to ten percent (10%) from each invoice will be withheld in compliance with the
requirements of the Builders Lien Act. The Builder’s Lien Holdback will be clearly identified on all
Contractors invoices. This amount will be released upon receipt by the City of a Statutory Declaration
advising that all accounts for labour and materials for the Services has been satisfied and a letter of
clearance from WorkSafe BC has been received.
The remuneration rate(s) are all-inclusive and allow for any escalation of the Contractor’s costs. The
Contractor will not be entitled to extra payment for escalation during the Term of this Agreement.
WORKSAFE BC:
INSURANCE:
GST NUMBER:
PERFORMANCE
SECURITY:
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APPENDIX “B” – DRAWINGS
Front Section Plan Drawing 1 – provided by Shepherds Hardware Ltd.
Floor Plan Drawing 2 – provided by Shepherds Hardware Ltd.
Site Location Plan Drawing PW-SHOP ADDITION
DISCLAIMER:
ASHPHALT ROOFING
ROOFING FELT
1
2" SHEATHING
ENG. TRUSSES 4
12
12'-11"
3525 Mill Street P.O. Box 37
Armstrong, B.C.
Ph. (250) 546-3002
Fax (250) 546-8350
SALVAGE ALL EXISTING METAL SIDING AND
REINSTALL TO COVER EXISTING WINDOWS, A/C,
HYDRO METER AND GAS EXHAUST OPENINGS
SHEPHERD'S HARDWARE LTD.
REMOVE EXISTING GAS EXHAUST CHIMNEY
2'
8'
SIDING
1
2" SHEATHING
2x6 STUD WALL
4" SLAB
4" RADON ROCK C/W POLY
AND VENT TO EXTERIOR
10M REBAR 2' OC EW
6" CONCRETE WALL
18"x6" FOOTING
7'-9"
PROJECT:
PUBLIC WORKS
TITLE:
ADDITION
SCALE:
DATE:
NTS
SEPT 14
DWG. BY:
RD
SHEET NO.
1
DISCLAIMER:
HEATING/COOLING EXTERIOR,
INTERIOR WALL MOUNT UNITS
250 Watt ELECTRIC
BASEBOARD HEATER
EXISTING 100Amp
ELECTRICAL SERVICE PANEL
11'
8'-9"
3068
7'-6"
8'
ENG. TRUSSES
4030
6'-10"
NEW 200Amp ELECTRICAL
SERVICE PANEL
7'-6"
30'
3068
3068
4030
8'-2"
6'-6"
12'-2"
4030
HEATING/COOLING EXTERIOR,
INTERIOR WALL MOUNT UNITS
6'-4"
3525 Mill Street P.O. Box 37
Armstrong, B.C.
Ph. (250) 546-3002
Fax (250) 546-8350
3068
6'
SHEPHERD'S HARDWARE LTD.
8'-6"
PROJECT:
PUBLIC WORKS
TITLE:
ADDITION
24'
SCALE:
DATE:
1/8"=1'0"
SEPT 14
DWG. BY:
PROPOSED LOCATION FOR
ELECTRICAL METER
RD
SHEET NO.
2
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