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Bid Alert No: 00000519789

Bid Title: Asbestos Abatement Project Design

Agency Bid No. Title: 16-065

Received Date: 03/21/2016

Close Date: 03/31/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Montrose, Colorado

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Mandatory 03/24/2016 10:00 AM

Specifications

March 11, 2016 2 3 SCOPE OF WORK Various ACMs were identified in the structure. Descriptions and locations of each of the materials are presented in Table 1. TABLE 1 - MATERIALS SCHEDULED FOR ABATEMENT Material Description Location/ Comments Approximate Amount 2096 Miami Road Montrose, Colorado Drywall with Texture Throughout Residence 4,425 ft2 9x 9 White with Speckles Floor Tiles Kitchen Beneath Ceramic Floor Tiles and Wonder Board on Wood 214 ft2 Transite Siding Exterior of Residence Behind Plaster and Garage Addition 700 ft2 Sink Undercoating Kitchen Sink 1 unit Window Glazing 2nd Level Windows 6 units The Contractor shall be responsible for the removal of all materials necessary to facilitate abatement. Materials potentially contaminated with asbestos (e.g. carpeting adhered to linoleum, insulation, etc.) shall be disposed as asbestos waste. A summary of the removal requirements is presented below. 2096 Miami Road Drywall with Joint Compound and Texture Drywall with joint compound and texture located throughout the residence will be removed within a full containment under negative air pressure of at least negative 0.020 inches of water. All removed materials and debris generated during removal (including but not limited to insulation) shall be properly packaged, labeled, and disposed as asbestos waste. Removal operations shall be completed in one contiguous containment. Floor Tiles and Sink Undercoating The kitchen sink and the floor tiles located in the kitchen beneath ceramic floor tiles and wonder board are non-friable in their current condition. The tiles may be removed utilizing minimal engineering controls in accordance with Appendix B of Regulation No. 8. If the tiles will be rendered friable during removal, they must be abated within a full containment under negative air pressure of at least 0.02 inches of water. The abated space will be subjected to final visual inspection. All removed materials and debris generated during removal shall be property packaged, labeled, and disposed as asbestos waste.March 11, 2016 3 Transite Siding The transite siding located on the exterior of the structure behind plaster on chicken wire and the garage addition is non-friable in its current condition. The transite may be removed utilizing minimal engineering controls in accordance with Section III.S.4 of Regulation No. 8. If the transite will be rendered friable during removal, the material shall be abated within a full containment under negative air pressure of at least 0.02 inches of water. The abated work areas will be subjected to a final visual inspection. All removed materials and debris generated during removal shall be property packaged, labeled, and disposed as asbestos waste. Window Caulking Located on the south basement level windows and door is non-friable in its current condition. The windows and door caulking may be removed utilizing minimal engineering controls in accordance with Section III.S.4 of Regulation No. 8. If the window caulking will be rendered friable during removal, the material shall be abated within a full containment under negative air pressure of at least 0.02 inches of water. The abated work areas will be subjected to a final visual inspection. All removed materials and debris generated during removal shall be property packaged, labeled, and disposed as asbestos waste. A GRE air-monitoring specialist (AMS) certified by EPA and CDPHE will conduct a final visual inspection and clearance air monitoring at the conclusion of abatement activities in each work area. The Contractor shall contact the AMS a minimum of 24 hours prior to applying encapsulant for a final visual inspection. Clearance air monitoring will be completed within 48 hours after the final visual inspection and application of the encapsulant. In the event that the AMS arrives on-site at the request of the Contractor and the area is identified to require extensive additional cleaning or that the encapsulant requires additional drying time, the cost of the additional time required for the AMS will be reduced from the contract amount by the Owner to compensate the AMS. A minimum of 5 samples and 2 blanks will be collected from each work area and will be analyzed by phase-contrast microscopy (PCM) by GRE.The locations of ACM to be removed are described in Table 1 and shown on figures 1 through 4. Quantities listed on the drawings are approximate and are for general information only; therefore, the Contractor is responsible for verifying actual site conditions. Variance from these quantities shall not be justification for a revision of the contract amount. By submitting a bid, the Contractor acknowledges that he has investigated and is satisfied with: A.The conditions affecting the work, including but not limited to, physical conditions which otherwise may affect performance of required activities. B.The character and quantity of all material to be removed. C.Project scheduling and coordination. D. All other aspects of implementing the project No additional specifications were given.

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Product Codes: 92658, 91813

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Issuing Agency: City of Montrose/IPT

State: Colorado

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Mark Armstrong Purchasing Division, 433 South First Street,, Montrose, Colorado, 81402

Phone: 970-240-1479

Fax: 970-240-1493

Email: marmstrong@ci.montrose.co.us

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