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Fire Company One Mold Remediation Services and Restoration

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000569384

Bid Title: Fire Company One Mold Remediation Services and Restoration

Agency Bid No. Title: 2016-15

Received Date: 05/12/2016

Close Date: 05/27/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:This contract shall be defined as, but not limited to: a. The general scope of the project is as follows: The existing building of Fire Company One at 52 Old Hartford Road is steel framed, metal sided and formerly a sloped metal roof building, typical of the pre-engineered metal buildings constructed in 1987-1988. The roof had developed leaks and was covered with a membrane repair in 2015. As part of the investigation, Mystic Air Quality Consultants, Inc. conducted a limited indoor air quality investigation along with sample collection in areas that had evidenced moisture intrusion prior to the roof repair. A copy of the report is attached to this bid package. b. Based upon the investigation, microbial and water damaged areas were depicted. These areas included the 2 nd floor physical fitness room, 1 st floor water service/ storage, 1 st floor Maintenance and Repair, SCBA area, Air Cylinder area, Hose/Gear Wash area, Furnace Room, Chair Storage Area, and the north east stair well. Additional areas within the second floor ceiling tiles within the Chiefs Office, Day Room, and adjacent office spaces. It had been historically noted that there was limited water intrusion within specific points within roof area of the Apparatus Bay. Scale drawings of the room listed above are attached to this bid package for informational purposes only. c. Generally, microbial and water damaged porous materials (sheetrock, ceiling tiles, carpeting, paper products, etc.) are to be removed and properly disposed of. Microbial and water damaged insulation from the roof and exterior walls shall be removed and properly disposed of. Restoration of the removed materials shall be the replacement of like products installed. Semi-porous materials (wood, concrete) can be cleaned through sanding, wet wiping and/or HEPA vacuuming. Non-porous materials (steel, glass, plastics) can be effectively cleaned utilizing wet wiping techniques. Wet wiping shall be conducted utilizing appropriate products for the building area use. d. All remediation work shall be conducted with the HVAC system shut down and sealed.

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Product Code: 92678

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: Town of Colchester

State: Connecticut

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: James Paggioli Colchester Emergency Communications, Inc., P.O. Box 911, Colchester, Connecticut, 06415

Phone: 860-537-7288



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