Government Contract | Virginia

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000534338


Agency Bid No. Title: 15-16-119

Received Date: 04/05/2016

Close Date: 04/15/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Danville, Virginia

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Site-Walk 04/08/2016 09:00 AM, Bid Bond Required: 5%, Performance Bond Required: 100%, Payment Bond Required: 100%


Specifications include, but are not limited to:. SCOPE OF WORK: The Contractor shall perform all of the following duties in compliance with the terms outlined in its submitted Bid Proposal and any other applicable terms:1. ASBESTOS ABATEMENT: a. The Contractor shall remove all asbestos-containing material according to the asbestos survey report and/or design specifications prepared for this project and in compliance with all EPA, OSHA, and DOLI regulations, and any other applicable law, using best practices. Recommendations are located in the survey report and/or design specifications prepared for this project. b. The Contractor shall contact the environmental contractor that prepared the asbestos survey report to schedule a final clearance inspection. Contact information for the asbestos contractor is located on the survey reports. c. The Contractor shall submit the required notifications to the Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI), and any other agency required to be notified, upon notice to proceed and is responsible for all associated costs. d. The Contractor shall furnish all labor, equipment, supervision, and incidentals necessary to provide complete asbestos abatement for each authorized property. e. The Contractor shall follow all state, federal, local codes and ordinances for all asbestos abatement projects. The Contractor is responsible for all permits related to the project being addressed. f. The Contractor shall transport all friable asbestos containing material (RACM) and non-friable asbestos-containing material (ACM) to a disposal site approved by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). (The landfill that services the Danville area is First Piedmont Industrial Landfill, 1224 Clarks Mill Road, Ringgold, VA 24586.) g. If it is determined that a Contractor has disposed of asbestos containing material in a disposal location not permitted by the Commonwealth of Virginia, DEQ will be contacted to investigate the disposal site that was used. h. The Contractor is responsible for the use of a project monitor beyond the number of days the contractor provides on the bid form for friable asbestos abatement. The Contractor shall be responsible for all costs associated with the use of a project monitor. i. Any additional cleaning required after the final cleaning will be performed at the expense of the Contractor. Additional hours and sample costs required by thePage 5 of 15project monitor will be at the expense of the Contractor if the initial or subsequent final air samples fail. j. The Contractor shall be responsible for any costs for additional clearance inspections if the initial clearance inspection fails. The Contractor is not responsible for the initial clearance inspection performed by the environmental contractor. 2. DEMOLITION: a. The Inspections Office shall send a utility release form to have water, gas, electric, sewer, Comcast, and Verizon disconnected. b. Prior to any work, the Contractor shall contact Miss Utility to locate any underground utilities that may be present in the demolition area. c. The Contractor shall remove all footings, basement walls, basement floors, concrete slabs, drive ways, asphalt, poles, posts, non-public sidewalks, and stairs.d. The Contractor is required to use water for dust control during demolition.e. All work performed shall be in accordance with the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code and the instructions of the City's Contract Administrator or designee. f. The Contractor shall completely remove all debris resulting from the demolition, including any contents left inside structure and any miscellaneous items on the premises. Any material containing contaminants regulated by federal, state, or local regulation must be disposed in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations. g. The Contractor shall provide evidence of disposal, including the disposal location. Manifests must be provided for disposal of all demolition materials including lead, asbestos, and any other hazardous materials.h. The Contractor shall remove all accessory structures, fences, fence posts, retaining walls, and any other items on the property on a case-by-case basis, at thedi r e c t i o n o f t h e C i t y s C o n t r a c t A d m i n i s t r a t o r o r d e s i g n e e . i. The Contractor shall conduct septic tank and well abandonment, per Virginia Health Department (434-432-7232) regulations, on a case-by-case basis, at the d i r e c t i o n o f t h e C i t y s C o n t r a c t Administrator or designee. j. All curb-cut driveway entrances shall remain intact. k. Any separation of private sidewalks, driveways, stairs, retaining walls, slabs, or any other private materials from any public improvements shall be cleanly separated without damage to public improvements. l. All public streets, gutters, and sidewalks shall be clean of debris, dirt and mud during and at the completion of each project. m. The Contractor shall repair or replace any public improvements such as streets, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, driveways, medians, or other elements damaged during the demolition. Any repair or replacement of public improvements is subject to the approval of The City of Danville Public Works Inspectors. n. The Contractor shall remove the metal UNSAFE STRUCTURE signs and return them to the City of Danville Inspections Division without damage.Page 6 of 153. LOT RESTORATION: The Contractor shall agree to perform lot restoration to the following requirements upon completion of asbestos abatement and/or demolition work:a. The Contractor shall call the Inspections Division for the lot to be inspected before any seed or straw is distributed. b. The Contractor shall finegrade the property to re-establish the grade and slope of the property prior to demolition and remove all mounds, low areas, large rocks, roots, or ruts caused by equipment tracks or tires using a Soil Pulverizer or like equipment designed to loosen, pulverize, and level packed or encrusted soils in preparation for seeding. Areas that are not accessible with such equipment must be raked out by hand to prepare the soil for seeding. The lot and all disturbed areas associated with the demolition shall be left in a maintainable condition using a residential mowerc. The Contractor shall fill-in any areas disturbed by demolition including basements, accessory structures, driveways, sidewalks, stairs, retaining walls, fence posts and any other items included in the project with properly compacted clean fill dirt.d. A correctly restored lot shall match the grade of the adjacent properties and be fine graded. The lot shall be left so it may be maintained using a residential mower.e. Contractor shall stabilize alldisturbed areas by seeding and mulching so as to reestablish vegetative ground cover over all disturbed areas. Seeding will be required on all denuded or disturbed areas not paved in this project and shall be installed in accordance with Standard & Specification 3.32 in the Virginia E&S Handbook.f. Lime and Fertilizer. Lime and fertilizer needs should be determined by soil tests which may be performed by the Cooperative Extension Service Soil Testing Laboratory at VPI & SU or by any other reputable commercial laboratory. Where no test is performed, the following soil amendments will be required:i. Lime . 3 tons/acre of pulverized agricultural limestone (140 lb. /1,000 s.f.) ii. Fertilizer . 1,000 lb. /acre of 10-20-10 blend plus 300 lb. /acre of 38-0-0 g. Seed . Only certified seed shall be used for permanent seeding. Certified seed is seed inspected by the Virginia Crop Improvement Association or a similar agency in another state and must meet published state standards and bear an official "Certified Seed" label. Selection of seed types shall be conducted in compliance with the regulations and considerations found in Standard and Specification 3.32 of the Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook. h. Straw . All seeded areas shall be mulched in accordance with Standard & Specification 3.35 in the Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook. i. 70-90lbs of straw per 1000sq/ft. of disturbed area i. Contractor shall install appropriate perimeter erosion control measures, where necessary and as determined by the Contract Administrator, to prevent site runoff damage to adjoining properties or to the public right-of-way in accordance with the Virginia Erosion & Sediment Control Handbook

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Product Codes: 91038, 91240

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: City of Danville

State: Virginia

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Dennis Bisson

Phone: 434-799-5260

Fax: 434-797-8919



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