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135 Roberts Avenue, Bradley CE 14-7548

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Bid Alert No: 00000541962

Bid Title: 135 Roberts Avenue, Bradley CE 14-7548

Agency Bid No. Title: 16-344

Received Date: 04/13/2016

Close Date: 04/25/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Bartow, Florida

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:. The Contractor shall begin work after Notice to Commence Services has been issued by the Procurement Division. Work shall only be authorized Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., excluding County holidays. If the Contractor desires to work outside of the regular hours, a request must be made 48 hours prior to the planned work. The Contractor shall have twenty (20) business days from the date Notice to Commence Services is issued to complete the demolition (Completion Date). All paperwork noted as a part of the Closure Package must be submitted within five (5) business days of the Completion Date stated in the Notice to Commence Services. 2. The Contractor must notify Polk County via email with the specific start day. In all cases, the Contractor is required to provide a minimum of twenty four (24) hours notice prior to commencement of work. Failure to provide notice may be grounds for suspension. 3. Demolition services must be provided utilizing a wet demo method regardless of the presence of hazardous material. If asbestos material is present, a State licensed Asbestos Contractor must perform the work in accordance with established guidelines for the type of material present. Removal of asbestos containing material must be performed by a contractor holding a State of Florida Contractors license, licensure type CJC.4. Should asbestos be found during demolition when (i) the asbestos survey, if performed, indicates no asbestos is present within the structure, or (ii) an asbestos survey was not required or performed in accordance with applicable federal and state rules and regulations, the Contractor MUST immediately stop work and report the finding to the County and this demolition quote shall terminate. The Contractor shall be paid for all work completed prior to the discovery of asbestos. The County shall issue a new demolition quote solicitation to complete the demolition which shall indicate that asbestos material is present within the structure. 5. The Contractor shall be required to submit copies of all DEP Notices for asbestos abatement and demolition activity. Work dates on the notices must reflect actual work dates for in progress inspections. Any changes to notices must be sent in writing to the DEP and the County before work for that specific notice commences. 6. The Contractor shall remove all debris, trash, man-made items, or building material from site. All utility poles, unless they are marked that they are owned by a utility company; or located in a right-of-way, must be removed. All signs of human habitation should be removed at the completion of the demolition. 7. The Contractor is responsible for observing all federal, state, and county environmental regulations associated with the structure(s) being demolished and cleared from the site. 15 Rev: 03/30/16_CAO135 Roberts Avenue, Bradley CE 14-7548 DQ 16-344 8. The Contractor must pull all necessary permits for the demolition of the structure(s). As of August 25, 2006, demolition permits are also required for mobile homes. Final closed permits must be submitted as part of the Closure Package described in Instructions, Item 16. 9. The Contractor is responsible for utility disconnects. This includes, but is not limited to, capping of wells and abandonment of septic systems. All underground plumbing must be removed. Should the property be within Lakeland city limits, Lakeland Electric will be notified so that they may disconnect the power source. 10. Septic tanks must be crushed and filled; lift stations and raised drain fields shall be removed. If there is a septic tank on premises, the Contractor shall submit a copy of their Septic System Abandonment Permit and the Completion Form that is signed by a Health Department official as instructed on the Checklist with their Closure Package. Chapter 64E-6.011 and 64E-6.019 of the Florida Administrative Code sets the rules for the proper procedure of abandonment of septic tanks. 11. Unless otherwise specified, the Contractor shall remove all structures on the property. This includes the primary structure and secondary structures, such as sheds, garages, doghouses, etc. Any questions regarding structures to be demolished and removed must be addressed prior to the Quote Receiving date and time. 12. The Contractor shall remove all slabs, underground plumbing, pillars and/or footers associated with the structure to be demolished. 13. The Contractor shall remove all fences, except those which divide the property from an adjoining property. 14. Tagable items (such as cars, boats, car trailers, etc.) are not to be removed unless otherwise specified. 15. The Contractor MUST use authorized landfills with scales only in disposing of construction materials associated with the demolition process. Load weight must be printed on scaled landfill ticket. No materials may be buried on site. Should this be found, the Contractor will be subject to suspension as outlined in this solicitation and the Procurement Procedures. Scaled landfill tickets must include the project address and the name of Contractor/Hauler. 16. Unless otherwise noted, the site should be brought to a raked site basis. This shall include bringing in clean fill dirt (i.e., no organic matter, debris or large rocks), if necessary. Also, the Contractor shall use fill dirt to level any ruts or machine cuts. 17. All abatements and special considerations associated with the demolition are the responsibility of the Contractor. 18. No area shall remain that retains or detains water at the close of the project. 16 Rev: 03/30/16_CAO135 Roberts Avenue, Bradley CE 14-7548 DQ 16-344 19. It is the responsibility for the Contractor to dispose of all paint, paint cans, recyclables and household hazardous waste at an authorized landfill. Contractors should not include the disposal costs in their quote. Scaled landfill tickets with the actual cost from an authorized landfill must be submitted within the Contractors Closure Package in order to be eligible for reimbursement. Labor for removal of hazardous waste should be included in the quote and will not be allowed as an additional charge. 20. Tires must be taken to an authorized tire disposal site. Contractors MUST include scaled landfill tickets for the tires with their Closure Package. This cost will be reimbursed with no markup. List disposal costs as a separate item on the invoice. Labor for tire removal must be included in original quote. 21. The Certificate of Completion is to be executed when the scope of work is complete, all permits have been inspected and finaled by the respective agencies that issued the permits, all Subcontractors have been paid, and unconditional lien releases(s) have been obtained. This shall be the final action required of the Contractor prior to assembly of the Closure Package for submittal to the County. 22. Contractors should not assume that items located on the property while submitting a quote will remain on the property at the time of demolition. The County may not own the property(ies) being demolished; therefore the property owner may remove items from their property at any time prior to the demolition. 23. If the project site is left unattended, it is the responsibility of the Contractor to secure the site before leaving. This includes, but is not limited to, energized power lines, covering open pools, septic tanks, and holes from excavation. 24. The Contractor MUST email a request for an inspection after the demolition project has been completed to no later than the Completion Date listed on the Notice to Commence Services. The email must include the DQ #, property address, completion date, Contractors contact name and phone number and photos of the site after completion of the demolition. Multiple inspections by County personnel after completion deadline may subject the Contractor to suspension as outlined within this document and the Procurement Procedures. Items that must be included within the Closure Package: Final Invoice (original) Certificate of Completion (original) Checklist (from quote document) Final closed permits noted under Section 3., Submittal Requirements After Demolition o Final Building Permit o Final Septic Tank Abandonment Permit Scaled Landfill tickets. Tickets must be completely filled out and include property address. (original) Final Unconditional Release of Lien from all Subcontractor(s) (original) 17 Rev: 03/30/16_CAO135 Roberts Avenue, Bradley CE 14-7548 DQ 16-344 If the subcontractor listed is not used a letter on company letterhead signed by someone with signature authority must be submitted for the company used (if any). Picture of completed project, date and time stamped 25. Contractors shall NOT send individual items in to the User Division. ALL items listed above MUST be submitted together, within five (5) business days of the Completion Date noted in the Notice to Commence Services. Failure to follow these instructions may subject the Contractor to suspension as outlined within this document and the Procurement Procedures

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Product Codes: 91038, 91240, 91040

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of Polk

State: Florida

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Katia Saintfort 330 W Church St, PO Box 9005, Bartow, Florida, 33831

Phone: 863-534-6757

Fax: 863-534-6789




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