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AG 12-109RETURN TO: ��,,,� '� EXT: � -��a CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. ORIGINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS /�r�-L� �� �� a`� 3. DATE REQ. BY: 2. ORIG[1VATING STAFF PERSON: ���,r U,\ I�-�1 EXT: TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) �PUBL[C WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR L[MI-['ED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ REAL ESTA1'E DOCUMENT ❑ SECURiTY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION �, CONTRACT AcM-ENDMENT (AG#):�� p � ❑ INTERLOCAL ❑ OTHER Gr`�^V�Cr12� a(' � Z �. PROJECT N 6. NAME OF CONTRACTOR: i�l `" "\ If'�-� � • ADD�SS: �t 1� Qo `� I 2- Z`� � t�T,l` �i�-- � � 3� E-MAIL: ��" SIGNATURE NAME: ���---'I�i4T7 1� lx 1 nD F�c: TtTLE: h►�►�1f T�l 7. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO S[GN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE # BL, EXP. 12/31/ UBI # , EXP. / �_ $. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: �,/ 3� �� Z COMPLETION DATE: �-�Ovt Wl'V�D�e-� � TOTAL COMPENSATIOK: $�� ��"I (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, [F ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABO CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES) REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES ❑ NO [F YES, MAXIMUM DOLLARAMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑ YES ❑[VO IF YES, $ ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: `3 C� � � "/L10� .,� � Z� �`7 S � �'� `� � � 10. DOCUMENT / COtYTRACT REVIEW � PROJECT MANAGER ❑ D[VISION MANAGER Lj� DEPUTY DIRECTOR ❑ DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICASLE) �L,AW DEPT 11. COUIYC[L APPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE) INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED V� 6 COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: 12. COIYTRACT S[GNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOC2/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: � ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ LAW DEPT ' ❑ S[GNATORY (MAYOR OR D[o EC,T�OR� �CITY CLERK � ASSIGNED AG # -�S[GNED COPY RETURNED �RETURN ONE ORIG[NAL COMMENTS: _. --- « 7 u .-,., .,-.._ . . . „ INITIAL / DATE S[GNED � • . . `I�Ii�i � � � ���� PAID BY: � CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY IIVITIAL / DATE APPROVED COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: DATE REC' CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER AGREEMENT AG#: 12-109 2 PROJECT NUMBER CHANGE ORDER NUMBER Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School - SRTS-0443(005) PROJECT TlTLE SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGES: This Change Order No. 1 covers the work changes summarized below: March 1, 2013 EFFECTIVE DATE NPM Construction CONTRACTOR 1. This change order modifies the Contract Provisions with Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction. The US DOL has issued a letter of inadvertence that corrects a clerical error in the Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction. The Federal Wage Work Class in error is; PAIN0005-002 01/01/2012 STATEWIDE EXCEPT CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC (SOUTH), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: STRIPERS .................... $ 30.96 $12.77 Changes to the Bid Schedule — Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School None The total change amount for this item is $0.00. The time provided for completion in the Contract is � Unchanged ❑ Increased ❑ Decreased. This Document shall become an Amendment to the Contract and all provisions of the Contract not amended herein will apply to this Change Order. Will this change affect expiration or extent of Insurance coverage? ❑ Yes � No If "Yes" Will the Policies Be Extended? ❑ Yes ❑ No Change Order No. 1 continued 2 of 2 STATEMENT: Payment for the above work will be in accordance with applicable portions of the standard specifications, and with the understanding that all materials, workmanship and measurements shall be in accordance with the provisions of the standard specifications, the contract plans, and the special provisions governing the types of construction.. DEPARTMENT RECAP TO DATE: ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT PREVIOUS CHANGE ORDERS THIS CHANGE ORDER NEW CONTRACT AMOUNT ���-�� o�� . CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE / G% � ��� CARY M. ROE .E., SIGNATURE DAT DIRECTOR OF PARKS PUBLIC WORKS AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT $ 250,675.00 $ 3�324.00 $ 0.00 $ 253,999.00 RETURN TO: EXT: CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. �RIGItYATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS /> T^ �►' Z. ORIG[NATING STAFF PERSON: J��� w� �� �✓ tK-�' V ExT: Z 7 2� 3. DATE REQ. BY: ��/!�%� -- I. TYPE OE DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): � CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMEIV'C (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) 'g PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CON"fRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERV[CE AGREEMENT � MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT Q GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUNIETITS) ❑ ORDINANCE + ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDMEN'f (AG#): I L� 1 ❑ INTERLOCAL , �OTHER � h.�n.G. ��. �r 5. PROJECT NAME: /' lL�r � I.�v Lia' W� 1 t�/' a.� `7t- � u 1 `'�s..� /�-O v�L^:, � ZC- Yl�n NAME OP CO(�JN•TMRA(�"'''��'OR: N�Q" `�`` �s` �� � AIlD�.'.S$' I / V •L y !G � �i � 7 j, d� �� � f:. �� •" E-NLaIL: SIGNATURE NAME' r � F,�x: 'crrt.�: d7�� .�sr 9. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ CONIPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREN�I37S�CERT[FICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIG1+I ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CUNTRACT/AMENDMENTS � CFWLICENSE# �L) I%3L1 S i:dvci BL.E?�. 12/31/_ UBI#6 ? N✓�'G � � �_ U � $, TERM: CONIIvIENCEI�NT DATE: % �?/ � Z COMPLETIOI�i DA : � l:.�t•1� A 9. TOTAL COMPENSAT[OPi: Z �" L (IAtCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, ANY) (IF CALCULATED ON Y LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RA?ES� RE2MBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES ❑ NO [F YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $�sj� �yy IS SALES TAX OWED: o YES �.NO IF YES, $ PAID BY: O CONTRAGTOR ❑ C1TY ❑ PuRC�,snvc: PLEASE CHARGE TO: 306�-. ��`/UC �� ��G -5'y,r".30 - �.S"O 10. DOCUMENT / CONTRACT REVIEW 6t PROJECT MANAGER a DIYISION MANAGER f0 DEPUTY DIRECTOR ja DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANIAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) �AW DEPT il. COUNCILAPPROVAi. (IF APPL[CABLE) COL�IMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING �O� � I I Z ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: ❑ ATLACH: S[GNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURADICE CERTIFiCATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS Q LAw DEpc S1GAiATORY (MAYOR OR DI+ CTO�R) CITY CLERK AsStGrrsn AG # � S[GNED COPY RETURNED , � RETURN ONE ORiGINAL �. � ������ �L` • '�' �l��� � - ���� .n-�.s GZ/�I`62 — �... l4a_ �:M':'1:•�:1� COUNCIL APPROYAL DATE: DATE REC'D' �, 7 �Z-- 1/ RETURN TO: EXT: CITY �F FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM l. �RIGINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS /;j T���►' Z. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: J 17 Vl v� t� �✓ �t��� V EXT: ���� 3. DATE REQ. BY: ��/�/� TYPE OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE): ❑ CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) '6�' PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT �AiMENDMENT (AG#): �( L' ��fl��� ❑ INTERLOCAL � OTHER 4�N �i.v�.G. �^ �d.1 /� *r.L PROJECT NAME: �G�!� �" � "�E� r NAME OF CO TRACTOR: `�' �� � �� S �s` ' �t ' 1 �l ? ADDRESS: � t� .�� x � L 2-�, 6' tii^ � � P �� . 4�vi ��'6' s f� — E-MAIL: SIGNATURE NAME' r � F.vc: TITLE: C�r.li .^1✓' EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFWLICENSE#)L11i3LIS va✓�i; BL,EXP.12/31/ UBI#6C`L��v��L'f� XP. � � - � .�� � � TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: % ��I � Z COMPLETION DATE: � 2-/j '/ � Z f;, �• t�$ p q TOTAL COMPENSATION: 3Z "��- ` (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY� (IF CALCULATED ON RLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES� REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ Z3 j� �f'> IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑ YES �iNO IF YES, $ PAID BY: � CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY ❑ PURCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: �Q�J� `����� � - ��L �5�7 '3d ' �s'.S�O 10. DOCUMENT / CONTRACT REVIEW �t PROJECT MANAGER ❑ DIVISION MANAGER 1� DEPUTY DIRECTOR ja DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) �AW DEPT 11. COUNCILAPPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE� INITIAL / DATE REVIEWED Q.w�- r�/./�L l UI � t ��-, P ��'�•�%. COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: 12. CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: �oI � I� �Z ❑ ATI'ACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ LAW DEPT SIGNATORY (MAYOR OR DIRECTOR� CITY CLERK ��� ASSIGNED AG # �l SIGNED COPY RETURNED �� YI RETURN ONE ORIGINAL INITIAL / DATE SIGNED � AC'r# � DATE SENT: ' Z IIJITIAL / DATE APPROVED COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: DATE REC'D: � � / � /I �� 1/ CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER AGREEMENT AG#: 12-109 1 PROJECT NUMBER CHANGE ORDER NUMBER Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School - SRTS-0443(005) PROJECT TITLE SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGES: This Change Order No. 1 covers the work changes summarized below: 1. Hydroseeding in Lieu of Seeding and Plastic Sheeting. September 28, 2011 EFFECTIVE DATE NPM Construction CONTRACTOR Per Field Order No. 2, due to the time of the year and to minimize site erosion, the City desires to reduce the quantities to 0 SY for Seeded Lawn Installation and for Plastic Sheeting and instead install Hydroseeding in the areas disturbed by excavation within the project limits. This will provide for long term erosion control and lawn replacement covering a larger area at a lower cost and eliminate maintenance of the sheeting area. Hydroseeding will be provided for under a new Bid Item. The unit cost for this item will include full compensation for the costs of all labor, tools, equipment and materials necessary or incidental to placing hydroseed in the disturbed areas within the project limits. 2. Mountable Cement Concrete Curb For protection and safety The City desires to remove and replace the damaged existing deteriorated mountable concrete curb located to the south of the area shown to be removed and replaced on the plans to better delineate the shoulder walking path along the east side of S Start Lake Road. The curb is to be extended to a total length of 213 LF. The curb will be paid for under Bid Item 42, Mountable Cement Concrete Curb at the existing unit cost. The removal will be paid for under Bid Item 12, Roadway Excavation Incl. Haul, at the existing Unit Cost. Changes to the Bid Schedule - Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School 1. Existing Bid Item No. 31 — Plastic Covering — Changes to the current Bid Item quantity of -790 SY. The new estimated Bid Item Quantity for Bid Item No. 31 is 0 SY. 2. Existing Bid Item No. 39 — Seeded Lawn Installation — Changes to the current Bid Item quantity of -700 SY. The new estimated Bid Item Quantity for Bid Item No. 39 is 0 SY. 3. Existing Bid Item No. 42 — Mountable Concrete Curb — Change to the current Bid Item quantity of 173 LF. The new estimated Bid Item Quantity for Bid Item No. 42 is 213 LF. 4. Add New Bid Item No. 62 —(New Item) Hydroseeding. For the replacement of Bid Items 31 and 39 associated with Item 1. The new unit cost for this item is $1.50 per SY. The total change amount for this item is an increase of �3,324.00. Change Order No.1 continued 2of2 Net Chan es to the Bid Schedule — Mark Twain Elementa School Safe Routes to School Change Bid Existing Change Unit Item Item Descri tion uanti uanti Unit Cost Total 31 Plastic Coverin 790 -790 SY 2.00 $1 580.0 39 Seeded Lawn Installation 700 -700 SY $2.00 1400.0 42 Mountable Cement Concrete Curb 40 173 LF 23.00 $3 979. 62 H droseedin 0 1,550 SY $1.50 $2,325. Total this Change Order $3,324.1 The time provided for completion in the Contract is ❑ Unchanged � Increased by one (1) Working Day ❑ Decreased. This Document shall become an Amendment to the Contract and all provisions of the Contract not amended herein will apply to this Change Order. Will this change affect expiration or extent of Insurance coverage? ❑ Yes � No If "Yes" Will the Policies Be Extended? ❑ Yes ❑ No ST�a�€1et�i�fi�-�_ _ Payment for the above work will be in accordance with applicable portions of the standard specifications, and with the understanding that all materials, workmanship and measurements shall be in accordance with the provisions of the standard specifications, the contract plans, and the special provisions governing the types of construction.. DEPARTMENT RECAP TO DATE: ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT PREVIOUS CHANGE ORDERS THIS CHANGE ORDER NEW CONTRACT AMOUNT ONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE � �'� � , � � �1 �� CARY M. ROE P.E., SIGNATURE DATE DIRECTOR OF PARKS PUBLIC WORKS AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT $ 250F675.00 $ 0 $ 3,324.00 $ 253.999.00 CITY OF '� ` Federal Way Field Order No.: AG 12-109-2 FIELD ORDER PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT Project: Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School, SRTS O443(005) Project Address: Mark Twain Elementary School, Star �ake Rd., Federal Way, WA. Owner: City of Federal Way Public Works Department To: From Nando Merlino, NPM Construction Company Public Works Department ,Streets Division YOU ARE HEREBY DIRECTED TO EXECUTE PROMPTLY THIS "FIELD ORDER" WHICH MAY CHAPIGE THE ORIGINAL APPROVED PLANS ANDIOR TERMS AGREED TO UPON BY YOUR CONTRACT ISSUED BY THE PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT FOR YOUR PRWECT. SUBJECT; Hydroseeding Per this "Field Order" you are directed to : For all areas that have been disturbed by excavation or grading within the project limits, including those areas in which topsoil Class A has been placed, delete all work per Bid Item No. 30 - Plastic Sheeting and Bid Item No. 40 Seeded Lawn Installation. Per the letter form NPM Construction dated September 21, 2012 (copy atached), you are to hydroseed all disturbed areas described above. The estimated area of coverage is 1550 SY. The rate for this work will be per your letter at $1.50 per SY for a total of $2,325.00. This work will be completed under a new item "Hydroseeding" per SY, and will be added to the contract under a change order. The unit cost for this item includes full compensation fo� the costs of all labor, tools, equipment and materials necessary or incidental to placing hydroseed in the disturbed areas within the project limits. AI typcial submittals for materials and subcontractors wilf be required for this work. Attachments Directed By: � Received By:� �'� �� d > ��v� �c ��� �� ',l� '7,- .� v ���� � , , �: �.z�t ������'� ��� �,��j z. Date: � r/�� N P M C�NSTRUCTION COMPANY � N P M Construction Co General Contractor September 21, 2012 John Mulkey City of Federal Way Public Works Dept 33325 Eighth Avenue South Federal Way WA 98003 PUBLIC WORKS::COMMERCIAL::RESIDENTIAL Contract LA7572 Fed Aid # SRTS-0443(005) Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Hydroseed in lieu of hand seed John: Enclosed is a quote for hydroseeding in lieu of hand seed. I solicited three bids and only received this one. Subcontractor price: $1.01/SY Administrative cost & Contingencies at 11%: Overhead & Profit @ 15%: $0.17/SY Original markup difference: $0.10/SY Bonding @ 3%: $0.04/SY Traffic/Pedestrian control: $.07/SY Total cost for hydroseeding: $1.50/SY Sincerely, ���"'" Nando Merlino NPM Construction Ca $0.11/SY PO Box 1229 P 425.996.0566 Maple Valley WA 98038 F 425.996.6673 �� LIC #NPMCOCC9070L Count Green ., , , T U R F F A R M S 7725 Yelm Hwy, SE; Olympia. WA 98513 PROPOSAL AND ACCEPTANCE PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO: N P M CONSTRUCTION ATTN: NANDO MERLINO 206-498-3337 CELL MATERIAL TO BE SUPPLIED TO: MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL CITY OF FEDERAL WAY SEEDED LAWN nando n mconstruction.com Purchase Order # Proposal Date: 9-19-12 Payment Terms: C.O.D. or NET 30 OAC Start Date: SEPT 2012 Proposal Valid Until: 12-31-12 FOB Point: Jobsite ITEM NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION PRICE EACH AMOUNT Hydroseeding 13,950 Sq ft Hydroseeding LAWN MIX (per SP 9.14.2) 0.112 $1,562.40 (1550 sq yds) Seed: 50% Perennial Ryegrass, 25% Creeping PER SQ FT Red Fescue, 25% Chewings Fescue @ 7 Ib/K ($1.01 perSQ YD Fert: 16-16-16 w/ 50% slow rel @ 6 Ib/1000 Mulch: 100% Wood Fiber @ 2000 Ib/acre Tack: Earthtack or equiv BID INCLUDES: Hose or tower appiication. Acceptable water source within one mile (200 GPM Min.) One mobilization (add $250 for additional mobs) Prices are based on above quan6ties, subject to change if quant. substantially different. Allow 1-2 weeks to schedule job. Davis Bacon wage project Area must be blocked off and accessible for hydroseed truck. Traffic control, if necessary, to be provided by others. Total: 51,562.40 PROPOSAL INCLUDES: Material as required in accordance with the above specifications. All materiai is guaranteecl to be as specified. All material to be delivered according to standard practices. A�y alteration or deviation from above speci- fications involving extra costs will be executed only upon written orders, and will become an extra charge over and above the agreement. All agreements contingent upon availability of materials, weather, strikes, accidents or delays beyond our control. ACCEPTANCE OF PROPOSAL: The above prices, specifications and conditions are satisfactory and are hereby accepted. You are authorized to complete this contract as specified. Payment wiil be made as outlined above. Payment terms and conditions are specified on the second page of the Country Green Turf Fartns credit application. .2lmy Padgett COUNTRY GREEN REPRESENTATIVE Amy Padgett 1-800-300-1763 360-456-1006 Fax 360-459-9688 H:\Hydroseed Bids\Misc�2012\Mark Twain Elem Safe Routes NPM PURCHASING AGENT DATE OF ACCEPTANCE �TUxiv To: �'Y l� �� � ExT: � -� � �... CITY OF FEDERAL WAY LAW DEPARTMENT ROUTING FORM 1. OR[GINATING DEPT/DIV: PUBLIC WORKS / ST��� 2. ORIGINATING STAFF PERSON: ��D�+� { �l'�y ExT: �� 2Z 3 . DATE REQ. BY:��°� /' 4. TY�E OF DOCUMENT (CHECK ONE�: Jo�CONTRACTOR SELECTION DOCUMENT (E.G., RFB, RFP, RFQ) �rPUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ SMALL OR LIMITED PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ❑ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ❑ GOODS AND SERVICE AGREEMENT ❑ HUMAN SERVICES / CDBG ❑ REAL ESTATE DOCUMENT ❑ SECURITY DOCUMENT (E.G. BOND RELATED DOCUMENTS) ❑ ORDINANCE ❑ RESOLUTION ❑ CONTRACT AMENDME (AG#�: ❑ INTERLOCAL ❑ OTHER _�, � Y� / Z L� 2 S. PROJECT NAME: / 'u�'� / tG'Ct� �n �"I ei'vb✓t � �11.��� I S� � �v j� � ��.oFJ � / !`� j G c- f NAME OF C NTRACTOR: N P 1�i W� ADnxESS: �s I 22�t t� t�/f� b 3� E-M�L: SIGNATURE NAME: Gln YNG.v'I + Yro INITIAL / DATE REVI WED ti L J2, V 7. EXHIBITS AND ATTACHMENTS: ❑ SCOPE, WORK OR SERVICES ❑ COMPENSATION ❑ INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS/CERTIFICATE ❑ ALL OTHER REFERENCED EXHIBITS ❑ PROOF OF AUTHORITY TO SIGN ❑ REQUIRED LICENSES ❑ PRIOR CONTRACT/AMENDMENTS CFW LICENSE #� 2 -lU32! 5 Wv UJ BL, EXP. 12/31/�Z UBI #f aC� 2�L bl�(c �j' , EXP. / / ,�° / ��//o /a, -� +l.,�c � S. TERM: COMMENCEMENT DATE: f�B/f n C-X @G �/��O H COMPLETION DATE: f/eG. ��i Zl� � Z 9. TOTAL COMPENSATION: $ ZSb, ���j � (INCLUDE EXPENSES AND SALES TAX, IF ANY� (IF CALCULATED ON HOURLY LABOR CHARGE - ATTACH SCHEDULES OF EMPLOYEES TITLES AND HOLIDAY RATES� REIMBURSABLE EXPENSE: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, MAXIMUM DOLLAR AMOUNT: $ IS SALES TAX OWED: ❑ YES ❑ NO IF YES, lELEPHONE: 7LJ �`2L � � J b(. FEix: TITLE: dWNPl PAID BY: ❑ CONTRACTOR ❑ CITY �'PiJRCHASING: PLEASE CHARGE TO: � O!9' �YG� 0 � C S7i� S�S = 3� - �S Q � lO. DOCUMENT / CONTRACT REVIEW �ROJECT MANAGER ❑ DIVISION MANAGER '�DEPUTY DIRECTOR ❑ DIRECTOR ❑ RISK MANAGEMENT (IF APPLICABLE) 3d' LAW DEPT 11. COUNCILAPPROVAL (IF APPLICABLE� IIJITIAL / DATE APPROVED ��� A �� � �►I COMMITTEE APPROVAL DATE: 12 . CONTRACT SIGNATURE ROUTING ❑ SENT TO VENDOR/CONTRACTOR DATE SENT: ❑ ATTACH: SIGNATURE AUTHORITY, INSURANCE CERTIFICATE, LICENSES, EXHIBITS ❑ LAW DEPT ❑ SIGNATORY (MA� YOR OR DIRECTOR� B' CITY CLERK � ASSiG1vEn AG # d SIGNED COPY RETURNED --- �RETURN O�E ORIGINAL :S , F� I ITIAL / DATE SIGNED � 6-1 � AG# ^ DATE SENT: � • �Q• I Z COUNCIL APPROVAL DATE: DATE REC'D: �I �( I2- 11/9 � � CITY OF www°� Federal Wa Y BID AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND 1 1 1 � � 1 1 ' 1 1 I' I � SPECIFICA TIONS Q�� Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School SRTS O443(005) RFB # 12-102 City of Federa/ Way Pub/ic Works Depa�tment 33325 Eighth Avenue South Federa/ Way, WA 98003 Mai/ing Address; City of Federa/ Way Pub/ic Works Department PO Box 9718 Federa/ Way, WA 98003-9718 .7une 20Z2 �J ' �� � ' � � Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Project SRTS O443(005) RFB 12-102 Addendum No. 1 June 29, 2010 ATTENTION: All Bidders and Planholders ' You are hereby notifed that in Addendum No. 1, the Bid and Contract Documents are amended as follows: A. APPENDIX C— PREVAILING WAGE RATES AND BENFIT CODE KEY ' Replace the Federal Wage Determination for Highway Construction with the attached Modification 10 Federal Wage Determination for Highway Construction Dated 6/15/2012. ' B. BIDOPENING The bid opening date has not changed. ' All hidders are required to acknowledge receipt of this addendum on page 25 of the Bid Form. Failure to do so may cause rejection of the bid. ' CITY OF FEDERAL WAY - ' R. Mulkey P.E. , Street Systems Project Engineer ' ' � ' I � � � L�I I � �'d5� f 1 General Decision Number: WAl20001 06/15/2012 WAl Superseded Generai Decision I3umber: WA20100001 State: Washington Construction Type: Highway Counties: Washington Statewide. HIGHWAY (Excludes D.O.E. Hanford Site in Benton and Franklin Counties) Modification Number Publication Date 0 O1/06/2012 1 Ol/I3/2012 2 02/10/2012 3 02/17/2012 4 03/23/2012 � 5 04/06/2012 6 04/13/2012 7 04/27/2012 8 OS/Q4/2012 9 06/08/2012 10 06/15/Z`012 CARP0001-008 09/O1/2009 Rates Fringes Carpenters: COLUMBIA RIVER AREA - AIIAMS, BENTON, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS (EAST OF THE 12QTH MERIDIAN), FERRY, FRANKLIN, GRANT, OKANOGAN (EAST OF THE 12Q MERIDIAN) AND WALLA WALLA COUNTIES GROUP 1 :...................$ 27.73 10.56 GROUP 2 :...................5 29.73 10.56 GROUP 3 :...................$ 28.00 10.56 GROUP 4 :...................$ 27.73 10.56 GROUP 5 :...................$ 63.50 10.56 GROUP 6 ................ ..$ 30.75 10.56 GROUP 7 ....................$ 31.75 1�.56 GROUP 8 ....................$ 28.00 10.56 GROUP 9 ....................$ 33.75 10.56 WAl2(?U01 Modificatian 10 Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction . F_a�e (2 SPOKANE AREA: ASOTIN, AND WHITMAN COUNTIES GROUP 1:........... GROUP 2:........... GROUP 3:........... GROUP 4:........... GROUP 5:........... GROUP 6:........... GROUP 7............ 6ROUP 8............ GROUP 9............ GARFIELD, LINCOLN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS 10.56 10.56 10.56 10.56 10.56 10.56 10.56 10.56 10.56 � � � ........$ 26.06 ........5 28.06 ........5 26.32 ........5 26.06 ........$ 60.14 ........$ 29.07 ........5 30.07 ........$ 27.32 ........5 33.07 CARPENTER & DIVER CLASSIFICATIONS: GROUP 1: Carpenter GROUP 2: Millwright, machine erector GROUP 3: Piledriver - includes driving, pulling, cutting, placinc} collars, setting, welding, or creosote treated material, on all piling GROUP 4: Bridge carpenters GROUP 5: Diver Wet GROUP 6: Diver Tender, Manifold Operator, ROV Operator GROUP 7: Diver Standby, Bell/Vehicle or Submersible operator Not Under Pressure GROUP 8: Assistant Tender, ROV Tender/Technician GROUP 9: Manifold Operator-Mixec� Gas ZONE PAY: ZONE 1 0-40 MILES ZONE 2 41-65 MILES ZONE 3 66-100 MILES ZOIJE 4 OVER 100 MILES FREE $2.25/PER HOUR $3.25/PER HOUR $4.75/PER HOUR DISPATCH POINTS: CARPENTERS/MILLWRIGHTS: PASCO (515 N Neel Street) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS/PILEDRIVER: SPOKANE (127 E. AUGUSTA AVE.) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS: WENATCHEE (27 N. CAELAN) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS: COEUR D' ALENE (2839 N. GOVERNMENT WAY) or Main Post Of€ice of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS: MOSCOW (302 N. JACKSON) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). � � I 1 iI � � I � � I L�J �� a I '. I WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � � , DEPTH PAY FOR DIVERS BELOW WATER SURFACE: � 50-100 feet $2.00 per foot 101-150 teet $3.00 per foot 15I-220 feet $4.00 per foot 221 feet and deeper $5.00 per foot � � � � [J � PREMIUM PAY FOR DIVING IN ENCLOSURES WITH NO VERTICAL ASCENT: 0-25 feet Free 26-300 feet $1.00 per Foot SATURATZON DIVING: The standby rate applies until saturation starts. The saturation diving rate applies when divers are under pressure continuously until work task and decompression are complete. the diver rate shall be paid for all saturation hours. WORK IN COMBINATION OF CLA5SIFICATIONS: Employees working in any combination of classifications within the diving crew (except dive supervisor) in a shift are paid in the classification with the highest rate for that shift. HAZMAT PROJECTS: Anyone working on a HAZMAT job (task), where I-iAZMAT certification is required, shall be compensated at a � premium, in addition to the classification working in as follows: , � � � � L_J �' ;I �l LEVEL D+$.25 per hour - This is the lowest leve� of protection. No respirator is used and skin protection is minimal. LEVEL C+$.50 per hour - This level uses an air purifying respirator or additional protective clothing. LEVEL B+$.75 per hour - Uses same respirator protection as Level A. Supplied air line is provided in conjunction with a chemical "splash suit". LEVEL A+$1.00 per hour - This Ievel utilizes a fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a suppiied air line. ---------------------------------------------------------------- � WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction f�age �3 aa�e �4 CARP0003-006 10/O1/201Z SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON: CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, LEWIS(Piledriver only), PACIFIC (South of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to Willapa Bay to the Pacific Ocean), SKAMANIA AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES and INCLUDES THE ENTIRE PENINSULA WEST OF WILLAPA BAY SEE ZONE DESCRIPTION FOR CITIES BASE POINTS ZONE 1: Rates Carpenters: CARPENTERS ..................$ 32.09 DIVERS TENDERS ..............$ 36.34 DIVERS ......................$ 77.08 DRYWALL .....................$ 27.56 MILLWRIGHTS .................$ 32.19 PILEDRIVERS .................$ 33.04 DEPTH PAY: 50 TO l00 FEET $1.00 PER FOOT OVER 50 FEET 101 TO 150 FEET $1.50 PER FOOT'OVER 101 FEET 151 TO 200 FEET $2.00 PER FOOT OVER 151 FEET Zone Differential (Add up Zone 2 rates): Zone 2 - $0.85 Zone 3 - 1.25 Zone 4 - 1.?0 Zone 5 - 2.00 Zone 6 - 3.00 Fringes 14.18 14.18 14.18 14.18 14.18 14.I8 BASEPOINTS: ASTORIA, LONGVIEW, PORTLAND, THE DALLES, AND VANCOUVER, (NOTE: All dispatches for Washington State Counties: Cowlitz, Wahkiakum and Pacific shall be from Longview Local #1707 and mileage shall be computed from that point.) ZONE 1: Projects located within 30 miles of the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities ZONE 2: Projects located more than 30 miles and less than 40 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities ZONE 3: Projects Iocated more than 40 miles and less than 50 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities ZONE 4: Projects located more than 50 miles and less than 60 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities. ZONE 5: Projects located more than 60 miles and less than 70 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities ZONE 6: Projects located more than 70 miles of the respected city of the above mentioned cities ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl20001 Modification 10 Federa( Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � CARP0770-003 06/O1/2010 Rates Fringes Carpenters: CENTRAL WASHINGTON: CHELAN, DOUGLAS (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), KITTITAS, OKANOGAN (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAI3? AND YAKIMA COUNTIES CARPENTERS ON CREOSOTE MATERIAL ...................$ 35.49 12.60 CARPENTERS .................$ 35.39 12.60 DIVERS TENDER ..............$ 39.15 12.60 DIVERS .....................5 87.20 12.60 MILLWRIGHT AND MACHINE ERECTORS ...................$ 36.39 12.60 PILEDRIVER, DRIVING, PULLING, CUTTING, PLACING COLLARS, SETTING, WELDING OR CRESOTE TREATED MATERIAL, ALL PILING.......$ 35.59 12.60 fHOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AND CENTRAL WASAINGTON - ALL CLASSIFICATIONS EXCEPT MILLWR�GHTS AND PILEDRIVERS Hourly Zone Pay shall be paid on jobs located outside of the free zone computed from the city center of the following listed cities: Seattle Olympia Bellingham Auburn Bremerton Anacortes Renton Shelton Yakima Aberdeen-Hoquiam Tacoma Wenatchee Ellensburq Everett Port Angeles Centralia Mount Vernon Sunnyside Chelan Pt. Townsend Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-35 radius miles $1.00/hour 36-45 radius miles $1.15/hour 46-55 radius miles $1.35/hour Over 55 radius miles $1.55/hour (HOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON - MILLWRIGHT AND PILEDRIVER QNLY) Hourly Zone Pay shall be computed from Seattle Union Hall, Tacoma City center, and Everett City center Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-45 radius miles $ .70/hour Over 45 radius miles $1.50/hour ---------------------------------------------------------------- PagF (5 WAl20001 Modification 10 - Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction CARP0770-006 06/O1/2010 Rates Fringes . E= � a r ( ( r. � Carpenters: WESTERN WASHIN6TON: CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS (excludes piiedrivers only), MASON, PACIFIC (North of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean}, PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COI3NTIES BRIDGE CARPENTERS..........$ 35.39 CARPENTERS ON CREOSOTE MATERIAL ............. ....$ 35.49 CARPENTERS.. .............$ 35.39 DIVERS TENDER ..............$ 39.15 DIVERS .....................$ 87.20 MILLVdRIGHT AIVD MACHII3E ERECTORS ...................$ 36.39 PILEDRIVER, DRIt7ING, PULLING, CUTTING, PLACING COLLARS, SETTING, WELDII3G OR CRESOTE TREATED MATERIAL, ALL PILING.......$ 35.59 13.08 13.08 13.08 13.08 13.08 13.08 13.08 (HOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON - ALL CLASSIFICATIONS EXCEPT MILLWRI6HTS AND PILEDRIVERS Hourly Zone Pay shall be pazd on jobs located outside of the free zo�e computed from the city center of the following listed cities: Seattle Auburn Renton Aberdeen-Hoquiam Ellensburg Centralia Chelan Olympia Bremerton Shelton Tacoma Everett Mount Vernon Pt. Townsend Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-35 radius miles $1.00lhour 36-45 radius miles $1.15/hour 46-55 radius miles $1.35/hour Over 55 radius miles $1.55/hour Bellingham Anacortes Yakima Wenatchee Port Angeles Sunnyside (HOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AIVD CENTRAL WASHINGTON - MILLWRIGHT AND PILEDRIVER ONLY) Hourly Zone Pay shall be computed from Seattle Union Hall, Tacoma City center, and Everett City center Zone Pay: 0 -25 radivs miles Free 26-45 radius miles $ .70/hour Over 45 radius miles $1.50/hour WAl20001 Modification 10 Federa! Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ' i � � I � � � I I � � � � � � , l_ ! 1 � � -------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0046-001 06/Ol/2011 CALLAM, JEFFERSON, KING AND KITSAP COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 44.87 3%+15.72 ELECTRIGIAN ......................$ 40.79 3$+15.71 -------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC�048-003 O1/02/2012 CLARK, KLICKITAT AND SKAMANIA COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 40.75 3g+16.3Q ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 37.05 3°s+16.30 HOt3RLY ZONE PAY : Hovrly Zone Pay shall be paid on jobs located outside of the free zone computed from the city center of the following Iisted cities: Portland, The Dalies, Hood Riiier, Tillamook, Seaside and Astoria Zone Pay: Zone 1: 31-50 miles $1.50/hour Zone 2: 5I-7Q miles $3.50/hour Zone 3: 71-90 miles $5.50/hour Zone 4: Beyond 90 miles $9.00/hour *These are not miles driven. Zones are based on Delorrne Street Atlas USA 2006 plus. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELECQQ48-029 O1/02/2012 COWLITZ AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTY Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 40.75 3$+16.30 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 37.05 3$+16.30 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0073-QO1 08/22/2011 ADAMS, FERRY, LINCOLN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKAI3E, STEVENS, WHITMAN COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 31.48 14.84 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 28.62 14.84 ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAI20Q01 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Canstruction Fage �7 F��e f8 ELEC0076-002 09/O1/201I GRAYS HARBOR, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC, PIERCE, AND THURSTON COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 37.54 21.62 ELECTRICIAN .............. ......$ 34.13 21.62 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0112-005 06/O1/2011 ASOTIN, BENTON, COLUMBIA, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, KITTITAS, WALLA WALLA, YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 37.70 35+14.63 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 35.90 3�+14.63 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0191-003 07/01/2011 ISLAND, SAN JUAN, SNOH�MISH, SKAGIT AND WAATCOM CQUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 42.91 15.39 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 39.01 15.39 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0191-004 07/Ol/2011 CHELAN, DOUGLAS, GRANT AND OKANOGAN COIINTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 39.28 15.24 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 35.71 15.24 ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl20001 Mod�cation 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � � � r� i � U 1 I � � �_� , � � � � � � � � � ENGI0302-003 06/Ol/2011 CHELAN (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), CLALLAM, DOUGLAS (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, KITTITAS, MASON, OKANOGAN (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), SAN JUNA, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, WHATCOM AI3D YAKIMA (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN) COUNTIES PROJECTS: CATEGORY A PROJECTS (EXCLUDES CATEGORY B PROJECTS, AS SHOWN BELOW) Zone 1 (0-25 radius miles): Rates Power equipment operators: Group IA ...................$ 35.79 Group 1AA ..................$ 36.36 Group IAAA .................$ 36.92 Group 1 ............. ......$ 35.24 Group 2 .....................$ 34.75 Group 3 .....................$ 34.33 Group 4 .....................$ 31.97 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rates}: Zone 2 (26-45 radius miies) - $1.00 Zone 3(Over 45 radius miles) -$1.30 Fringes 15.15 15.15 15.15 15.I5 15.15 15.15 15.15 BASEPOINTS: Aberdeen, Bellingham, Bremerton, Everett, Kent, Mount Vernon, Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Seattle, Shelton, Wenatchee, Yakima POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP lAAA - Cranes-over 300 tons, or 30Q ft of boom (including jib with attachments) GROUP 1AA - Cranes 206 to 300 tons, or 250 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Tower crane over 175 ft in height, base to boom GROUP lA - Cranes, 100 tons thru 199 tons, or 15Q ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 100 tons and over; Tower crane up to 175 ft in height base to boom; Loaders-overhead, 8 yards and over; Shovels, excavator, backhoes-6 yards and over with attachments � WAl20001 Modification 10 Federa( Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ��a�=� �9 , � GROUP 1- Cableway; Cranes 45 tons thru 99 tons, under 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 45 tons thru 99 tons; Derricks on building work; Excavator, shovel, backhoes over 3 yards and under 6 yards; Hard tail end dump articulating off-road equipment 45 yards and over; Loader- overhead 6 yards to, but not including 8 yards; Mucking machine, mole, tunnel, drill and/or shield; Quad 9, HD 41, D-10; Remote control on rubber tired earth moving equipment; Rollagon; Scrapers-self propelled 45 yards and over; Slipform Transporters, all truck or track type operator pavers; GROUP 2- Barrier machine (zipper); Batch Plant Operaor- Concrete; Bump Cutter; Cranes, 20 tons thru 44 tons with attachments; Crane-overhead, bridge type-20 tons through 49 tons; Chipper; Concrete Pump-truck mount with boom attachment; Crusher; Deck Engineer/Deck Winches (power); Drillinq machine; Excavator, shovel, backhoe-3yards and under; Finishinq Machine, Bidwell, Gamaco and similar equipment; Guardrail punch; Horizontal/directional drill operator; Loaders-overhead under 6 yards; Loaders-plant feed; Locomotives-all; Mechanics-all; Mixers-asphalt plant; Motor patrol graders-finishing; Piledriver (other than crane mount); Roto-mill,roto-grinder; Screedman, spreader, topside operator-Blaw Knox, Cedar Rapids, Jaeger, Caterpillar, Barbar Green; Scraper-self propelled, hard tail end dump, articulating off-road equipment-under 95 yards; Subgrade trimmer; Tractors, backhoes-over 75 hp; Transfer material service machine-shuttle buggy, blaw knox-roadtec; Truck crane oiler/driver-100 tons and over; Truck Mount portable conveyor; Yo Yo Pay dozer GROUP 3- Conveyors; Cranes-thru 19 tons with attachments; A-frame crane over 10 tons; Drill oilers-auger type, truck or crane mount; Dozers-D-9 and under; Forklift-3000 lbs. and over with attachments; Horizontal/directional drill locator; Outside hoists-(elevators and manlifts), air tuggers, strato tower bucket elevators; Hydralifts/boom trucks over 10 tons; Loader-elevating type, belt; Motor patrol grader-nonfinishing; Plant oiler- asphalt, crusher; Pumps-concrete; Roller, plant mix or multi-Iift materials; Saws-concrete; Scrpers-concrete and carry-all; Service engineer-equipment; Trenching machines; Truck Crane Oiler/Driver under l00 tons; Tractors, backhoe 75 hp and under Page �10 L' J � � � � � � , � �"; � � > WAl20001 Modiftcation 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction �. � � � , � � � �' � � I r t �� I � � � � , ' i GROUP 4- Assistant Enqineer; Bobcat; Brooms; Compressor; Concrete finish mahine-laser screed; Cranes-A frame-10 tons and under; Elevator and Manlift-permanent or shaft type; Gradechecker, Stakehop; Forklifts under 30Q0 lbs. with attachments; Hydralifts/boom trucks, 10 tons and under; Oil distributors, blower distribution and mulch seeding operator; Pavement breaker; Posthole digger, mechanical; Power piant; Pumps, water; Rigqer and Beliman; Roller-other than plant mix; Wheel Tractors, farmall type; Shotcrete/gunite equipment operator Catec}ory B Projects: 95$ of the basic hourly reate for each group plus full fringe benefits applicable to category A projects shall apply to the followinq projects. A Reduced rates may be paid on the following: I. Projects involving work on structures such as buildings and bridges whose total value is less than $1.5 million excluding mechanical, electrical, and utiiity portions of the contract. 2. Projects of iess than $1 million where no building is involved. Surfacing and paving included, but utilities excluded. 3. Marine projects (docks, wharfs, etc.) less than $150,000. FiANDLING OF HAZARD(}US WASTE MATERIALS: Personnel in ail craft classifications subject to working inside a federally designated hazardous perimeter shall be elgible for compensation in accordance with the following group schedule relative to the level of hazardous waste as outlined in the specific hazardous waste project site safety plan. H-1 Base wage rate when on a hazardous waste site when not outfitted with protective clothing A-2 Class "C" Suit - Base wage rate p�us $.25 per hour. H-3 Class "B° Suit - Base wage rate plus $.50 per hour. H-4 Class "A" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.75 per hour. Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 (26-45 radius miiesy - $ .70 Zone 3(Over 45 radius miles) -$1.00 BASEPOINTS: Aberdeen, Bellingham, Bremerton, Everett, Kent, Mount Vernon, Part Angeles, Port Townsend, Seattle, Shelton, Wenatchee, Yakima WAl20001 Modiflcation 10 Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ., � � � 11 POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP lAAA - Cranes-over 300 tons, or 300 ft of boom (including jib with attachments) GROUP lAA - Cranes 200 to 300 tons, or 250 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Tower crane over 175 ft in height, base to boom GROUP lA - Cranes, 1Q0 tons thru 199 tons, or 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, lOQ tons and over; Tower crane up to 175 ft in height base to boom; Loaders-overhead, 8 yards and over; Shovels, excavator, backhoes-6 yards and over with attachments GROUP 1- Cableway; Cranes 45 tons thru 99 tons, under 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 45 tons thru 99 tons; Derricks on building work; Excavator, shovel, backhoes over 3 yards and under 6 yards; Hard tail end dump articulating off-road equipment 45 yards and over; Loader- overhead 6 yards to, but not including 8 yards; Mucking machine, mole, tunnel, drill and/or shield; Quad 9, HD 41, D-10; Remote control operator on rubber tired earth moving equipment; Rollagon; Scrapers-self propelled 45 yards and over; Slipform pavers; Transporters, all truck or track type GROUP 2- Barrier machine (zipper); Batch Plant Operaor- Concrete; Bump Cutter; Cranes, 20 tons thru 44 tons with attachments; Crane-overhead, bridge type-20 tons through 44 tons; Chipper; Concrete Pump-truck mount with boom attachment; Crusher; Deck Engineer/Deck Winches (power); Drilling machine; Excavator, shovel, backhoe-3 yards and under; Finishing Machine, BidweZl, Gamaco and similar equipment; Gvardrail punch; Horizontal/directional drill operator; Loaders-overhead under 6 yards; Loaders-plant feed; Locomotives-all; Mechanics-all; Mixers-asphalt plant; Motor patrol graders-finishing; Piledriver (other than crane mount); Roto-mill,roto-grinder; Screedman, spreader, topside operator-Blaw Knox, Cedar Rapids, Jaeger, Caterpillar, Barbar Green; Scraper-self propelled, hard taiZ end dump, articulating off-road equipment-under 45 yards; Subgrade trimmer; Tractors, baekhoes-over 75 hp; Transfer material service machine-shuttle buggy, blaw knox-roadtec; Truck crane oiler/driver-100 tons and over; Truck Mount portable conveyor; Yo Yo Pay dozer � ���� ,12 � � , � , � � � I � , WAl20001 Modification 10 Federa! Wage Determinations for Highway Construction j � � I I u r� L , � , � t � GROTJP 3- Conveyors; Cranes-thru 19 tons with attachments; A-frame crane over 10 tons; Drill oilers-auger type, truck or crane mount; Dozers-D-9 and undez; Forklift-3000 lbs. and over with attachments; Horizontal/directional drill locator; Outside hoists-(elevators and manlifts), air tuggers, strato tower bucket elevators; Hydralifts/boom trucks over 10 tons; Loader-elevating type, belt; Motor patrol grader-nonfinishing; Plant oiler- asphalt, crusher; Pumps-concrete; Roller, plant mix or multi-lift materials; Saws-concrete; Scrpers-concrete and carry-all; Service engineer-equipment; Trenching machines; Truck Crane Oiler/Driver under 1Q0 tons; Tractors, backhoe 75 hp and under GROUP 4- Assistant Engineer; Bobcat; Brooms; Compressor; Concrete finish mahine-laser screed; Cranes-A frame-10 tons and under; Elevator and Manlif�.-permanent or shaft type; Gradechecker, Stakehop; Forklifts under 3000 lbs. with attachments; Hydralifts/boom trucks, 10 tons and under; Oil distributors, blower distribution and mulch seeding operator; Pavement breaker; Posthole digger, mechanical; Power plant; Pumps, water; Rigger and Bellman; Roller-other than pZant mix; Wheel Tractors, farmall type; Shotcrete/gunite equipment operator CATEGORY B PROJECTS: 95% OF THE BASIC HOURLY RATE FOR EACH GROUP PLUS FULL FRIIVGE BENE�'ITS APPLICABLE TO CATEGORY A PROJECTS SHALL APPLY TO THE FOLLOWING PROJECTS. REDUCED RATES MAY BE PAID ON THE FOLLOWING: 1. Projects involving work on structures such as buildings , and bridges whose total value is less than $1.5 million excluding mechanical, electrical, and utility portions of the contract. C� L.� � � � ' I � u � 2. Projects of Iess than $1 million where no building is involved. Surfacing and paving including, but utilities excluded. 3. Marine projects (docks, wharfs, ect.} less than $150,000. HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS: Personnel in all craft classifications subject to working inside a federally designed hazardovs perimeter shall be elgible for compensation in accordance with the following group schedule relative to the level of hazardaus waste as outlined in the specific hazardous waste project site safety plan. H-Z Base wage rate when on a hazardous waste site when not outfitted with protective clothing. H-2 Class "C" Suit -,Base wage rate plus $.25 per hovr. H-3 Class "B" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.50 per hour. H-4 Class "A" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.75 per hour. ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl200Q1 Modification i0 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ����e (13 ?�age ( 14 ENGI0370-002 06/O1/Z011 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN}, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN}, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN AND YAKIMA (EAST OF TfiE 120TH MERIDIAN) COUNTIES ZONE 1: Rates Power equipment operators: GROUP lA ................. .$ 24.41 GROUP 1 .....................5 24.76 GROUP 2 .....................5 25.08 GROUP 3 .....................$ 25.69 GROUP 4 .....................$ 25.85 GROUP S.. .................$ 26.01 GROUP 6 .....................5 26.29 GROUP 7.........•-•.........$ 26.56 GROUP 8 .....................$ 27.66 Fringes 12.05 12.05 12.05 12.05 12.05 12.05 12.05 12.05 12.05 ZONE DIFFERENTIAL (Add to Zone 1 rate): Zone 2-$2.00 Zone 1: Within 45 mile radius of Spokane, Pasco, Washington; Lewiston, Idaho Zone 2: Outside 45 mile radius of Spokane, Pasco, Washington; Lewiston, Idaho POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP lA: Boat Operator; Crush Feeder; Oiler; Steam Cleaner GROUP l: Bit Grinders; Bolt Threading Machine; Compressors (under 2000 CFM, gas, diesel, or electric power); Deck Hand; Drillers Helper (Assist driller in making drill rod connections, service drill engine and air compressor, repair drill rig and drill tools, drive drill support truck to and on the job site, remove drill cuttings from around bore hole and inspect drill rig while in operation); Fireman & Heater Tender; Hydro-seeder, Mulcher, No�zleman; Oiler Driver, & Cable Tender, Mucking Machine; Pumpman; Rollers, all types on subgrade, including seal and chip coatings (farm type, Case, John Deere & similar, or Compacting Vibrator), except when pulled by Dozer with operable blade; Weldinq Machine; Crane Oiler-Driver (CLD required) & Cabie Tender, Mucking Machine WAl20001 Modification 20 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � u J � , , � � LJ �l �� , � � � LJ � � � � � GROUP 2: A-frame Truck (single drum); Assistant Refrigeration Plant (under 1000 ton); Assistant Plant Operator, Fireman or Pugmixer (asphalt); Bagley or Stationary Scraper; Belt Finishing Machine; Blower Operator (cement}; Cement Hog; Compressor (2000 CFM or over, 2 or more, qas diesei or electric power); Concrete Saw (multiple cut); Distributor Leverman; Ditch Witch or similar; Elevator Hoisting Materials; Dope Pots (power agitated); Fork Lift or Lumber Stacker, hydra-lift & similar; Gin Trucks (pipeline); Hoist, single drum; Loaders (bucket elevators and conveyors); Longitudinal Float; Mixer {portable-concrete); Pavement Breaker, Hydra-Hammer & similar; Power Broom; Railroad Ballast Regulation Operator (self-propelled); Railroad Power Tamper Operator (seif-propelled); Railroad Tamper Jack Operator (self-propelled; Spray Curing Machine (concrete); Spreader Box (self-propelled); Straddle Buggy (Ross & similar on construction job only); Tractor (Farm type R/T with attachment, except Backhoe); Tugc}er Operator GROUP 3: A-frame Truck (2 or more drums); Assistant Refrigeration PZant & Chiller Operator (over 1000 ton); Backfillers (Cleveland & similar}; Batch Plant & Wet Mix Operator, single unit (concrete}; Beit-Crete Conveyors with power pack or similar; Belt Loader (Kocal or similar); Bending Machine; Bob Cat (Skid Steer}; Borinq Machine (earth); Boring Machine {rock�under 8 inch bit} (Quarry Master, Joy or simiiar); Bvmp Cutter (Wayne, Saginau or similar); Canal Lining Machine (concrete); Chipper (without crane); Cleaning & Dopinq Machine (pipeline); Deck Engineer; Elevating Belt-type Loader (Euclid, Barber Green & similar); Elevating Grader-type Loader (Dumor, Adams or similar); Generator Plant Engineers (diesel or electric); Gunnite Combination Mixer & Compressor; Locomotive Engineer; Mixermobile; Mucking Machine; Posthole Auger or Punch; Pump (c}rout or jet); Soil Stabilizer (P & H or similar); Spreader Machine; Dozer/Tractor (up to D-6 or equivalent) and Traxcavator; Traverse Finish Machine; Turnhead Operator GROUP 4: Concrete Pumps (squeeze-crete, flow-crete, pump- crete, Whitman & similar); Curb Extruder (asphalt or concrete); Drills (churn, core, calyx or diamond); Equipment Serviceman; Greaser & Oiler; Hoist (2 or more drums or Tower Hoist); Loaders (overhead & front-end, under 4 yds. R/T); Refrigeration Plant Engineer (under 1000 ton); Rubber-tired Skidders (R/T with or without attachments); Surface Heater & Plant Machine; Trenching Machines (under 7 ft. depth capacity); Turnhead (with re-screening); Vacuum Drill (reverse circulation drill under 8 inch bit) WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction �:;ge �i5 Page (16 GROUP 5: Backhoe funder 45,000 gw); Backhoe & Hoe Ram (under 3/4 yd.); Carrydeck & Boom Truck (under 25 tons); Cranes (25 tons & under), aIl attachments including clamshell, dragline; Derricks & Stifflegs (under 65 tons); Drilling Equipment(8 inch bit & over) (Robbins, reverse circulation & similar); Hoe Ram; Piledriving Engineers; Paving (dual drum); RaiZroad Track Liner Operaotr (self-propelled); Refrigeration Plant Engineer (1000 tons & over); Signalman (Whirleys, Highline Hammerheads or similar); Grade Checker GROUP 6: Asphalt Plant Operator; Automatic Subgrader (Ditches & Trimmers)(Autograde, ABC, R.A. Hansen & similar on qrade wire); Backhoe (45,000 gw and over to 11Q,OOQ gw); Backhoes & Hoe Ram (3/4 yd. to 3 yd.); Batch Plant (over 4 units); Batch & Wet Mix Operator (multiple units, 2& incl. 4); Blade Operator (motor patrol & attachments); Cable Controller (dispatcher); Compactor (self-propelled with blade); Concrete Pump Boom Truck; Concrete Slip Form Paver; Cranes (over 25 tons, to and including 45 tons), all attachments including clamshell, dragline; Crusher, Grizzle & Screening Plant Operator; Dozer, 834 R/T & similar; Drill Doctor; Loader Operator (front-end & overhead, 4 yds. incl. 8 yds.); Multiple Dozer Units with single blade; Paving Machine (asphalt and concrete); Quad-Track or similar equipment; Rollerman (finishing asphalt pavement); Roto Mill (pavement grinder); Scrapers, all, rubber-tired; Screed Operator; Shovel(under 3 yds.); Trenching Machines (7 ft. depth & over); Tug Boat Operator Vactor guzzler, super sucker; Lime Batch Tank Operator (REcycle Train); Lime Brain Operator (Recycle Train); Mobile Crusher Operator (Recycle Train) GROUP 7: Backhoe (over 110,000 gw); Backhoes 6 Hoe Ram (3 yds & over); Blade (finish & bluetop) Automatic, CMI, ABC, Finish Athey & Huber & simiiar when used as automatic; Cableway Operators; Concrete Cleaning/Decontamination machine operator; Cranes (over 45 tons to but not including 85 tons}, alI attachments including clamshell and dragine; Derricks & Stiffleys (65 tons & over); Elevating Belt (Holland type); Heavy equipment robotics operator; Loader (360 degrees revolving Koehring Scooper or similar); Loaders (overhead & front-end, over 8 yds. to 10 yds.); Rubber-tired Scrapers (multiple engine with three or more scrapers); Shovels (3 yds. & over); Whirleys & Hammerheads, ALL; H.D. Mechanic; H.D. Welder; Hydraulic Platform Trailers (Goldhofer, Shaurerly andSimilar); Ultra High Pressure Wateriet Cutting Tool System Operator (30,000 psi); Vacuum Blasting Machine Operator WAl20001 Modification ZO Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � � � i � � � � �� � � t GROUP 8: Cranes (85 tons and over, and all climbing, overhead,rail and tower�, all attachments including clamshell, dragline; Loaders (overhead and front-end, 10 yards and over); Helicopter Pilot BOOM PAY: (All Cranes, Including Tower) 180 ft to 250 ft $.50 over scale Over 250 ft $.80 over scale NOTE: In computing the length of the boom on Tower Cranes, they shall be measured from the base of the Tower to the point of the boom. HAZMAT: Anyone working on HAZMAT jobs, working with supplied air -- shall receive $1.00 an hour above ciassification. --------------------------------------------------------- ENGI0612-006 06/Ol/201I LEWIS,PIERCE, PACIFIC (portion Iying north of a parallel line extendinc} west from the northern boundary of Wahkaikum County to the sea) AND THURSTON COIINTIES ON PROJECTS DESCRIBED IN FOOTNOTE A BELOW, THE RATE FOR EACH GROUP SHALL BE 9�a OF THE BASE �ATE PLUS FULL FRINGE BENEFITS. ON ALL OTHER WORK, THE FOLLOWING RATES APPLY. Zone 1 (0-25 radius miles}: Rates Fringes Power equipment operators: � GROUP lA ...:...............$ 35.79 GROUP lAA.. .$ 36.36 GROUP lAAA .................$ 36.92 � GROUP 1 .....................$ 35.24 GROUP 2. .$ 34.75 GROUP 3 .....................$ 34.33 GROUP 4.....•-• .............$ 31.97 � � I � u � ' � 15.15 15.15 15.I5 15.15 15.15 15.15 15.15 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rates}: Zone 2 (26-45 radius miles} _ $ .70 Zone 3(Over 45 radius miles} -$1.00 BASEPOINTS: CENTRALIA, OLYMPIA, TACOMA POWER E4UIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1 AAA - Cranes-over 300 tons or 300 ft of boom (including jib with attachments) GROUP IAA - Cranes- 200 tonsto 300 tons, or 250 ft of boom (including jib with attachments; Tower crane over 175 ft in height, bas to boom WAl200Q1 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � C: b t� I �� � � �'age C18 GROiTP IA - Cranes, 100 tons thru 199 tons, or 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 100 tons and over; Tower crane up to 175 ft in height base to boom; Loaders-overhead, 8 yards and over; Shovels, excavator, backhoes-6 yards and over with attachments GROUP 1- Cableway; Cranes 45 tons thru 99 tons under 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 45 tons thru 99 tons; Derricks on building work; Excavator, shovel, backhoes over 3 yards and under 6 yards; Hard tail end dump articulating off-road equipment 45 yards and over; Loader- overhead, 6 yards to, but not including, 8 yards; Mucking machine, mole, tunnel, drill and/or shield; Quad 9 HD 41, D-10; Remote control operator on rubber tired earth moving equipment; Rollagon; Scrapers- self-propelled 45 yards and over; Slipform pavers; Transporters, all track or truck type GROUP 2- Barrier machine (zipper); Batch Plant Operator- concrete; Bump CUtter; Cranes, 20 tons thru 44 tons with attachments; Crane-Overhead, bridge type, 20 tons through 44 tons; Chipper; Concrete pump-truck mount with boom attachment; Crusher; Deck engineer/deck winches (power); Drilling machine; Excavator, shovel, backhoe-3 yards and under; Finishing machine, Bidwell, Gamaco and similar equipment; Guardrail punch; Loaders, overhead under 6 yards; Loaders-plant feed; Locomotives-all; Mechanics- all; Mixers, asphalt plant; Motor patrol graders, finishing; Piledriver (other than crane mount); Roto-mill, roto- grinder; Screedman, spreader, topside operator-Blaw Knox, Cedar Rapids, Jaeger, Caterpillar, Barbar Green; Scraper-self- propelled, hard tail end dump, articulating off-road equipment- under 45 yards; Subgrader trimmer; Tractors, backhoe over 75 hp; Transfer material service machine-shuttle buggy, Blaw Knox- Roadtec; Truck Crane oiler/driver-100 tons and over; Truck Mount Portable Conveyor; Yo Yo pay GROUP 3- Conveyors; Cranes through 19 tons with attachments; Crane-A-frame over 10 tons; Drill oilers-auger type, truck or crane mount; Dozer-D-9 and under; Forklift-3000 lbs. and over with attachments; Horizontal/directional drill locator; Outside Hoists-(elevators and manlifts), air tuggers, strato tower bucket elevators; Hydralifts/boom trucks over 10 tons; Loaders-elevating type, belt; Motor patrol grader-nonfinishing; Plant oiler- asphalt, crusher; Pump-Concrete; Roller, plant mix or multi-lfit materials; Saws-concrete; Scrapers, concrete and carry all; Service engineers-equipment; Trenching machines; Truck crane oiler/driver under lOQ tons; Tractors, backhoe under 75 hp WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � � � � , , � � � � � � � � �J � ' GROUP 4- Assistant Engineer; Bobcat; Brooms; Compressor; Concrete Finish Machine-laser screed; Cranes A-frame 10 tons and under; Elevator and manlift (permanent and shaft type); F'orklifts-under 3000 lbs. with attachments; Gradechecker, stakehop; Hydralifts/boom trucks, 10 tons and under; Oil distributors, blower distribution and mulch seeding operator; Pavement breaker; Posthole digger-mechanical; Power plant; Pumps-water; Rigger and Bellman; Ro12er-other than plant mix; Wheel Tractors, farmall type; Shotcrete/gunite equipment operator FOOTNOTE A- Reduced rates may be paid on the foilowing: l. Projects involvinc} work on structures such as buildings and bridges whose total value is less than 51.5 million excluding mechanical, electrical, and utility portions of the contract. 2 Projects of less than $1 million where no building is involved. Surfacing and paving included, but utilities excluded. 3. Marine projects (docks, wharfs, etc.) less than $25Q,000. HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS: Personnel in all craft classifications subject to working inside a federally designated hazardous perimeter shall be eigible for compensation in accordance with the following group schedule relative to the level of hazardous waste as outlined in the specific hazardous waste project site safety plan. H-1 Base wage rate when on a hazardous waste site when not outfitted with prot�ctive cZothing H-2 Class "C" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.25 per hour. H-3 Class "B" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.50 per hour. H-4 Class "A" Svit - Base waqe rate plus $.75 per hour. ENGI0701-002 O1/Ol/2012 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKKITAT, PACIFIC (SOUTH), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES POWER RQUIPMEAIT OPERATORS: ZONE 1 Rates Power equipment operators: (See Footnote A) GROUP 1 .....................$ 37.27 GROUP lA ....................5 39.13 GROUP 1B ....................$ 41.00 GROUP 2 .....................$ 35.64 GROUP 3 .....................5 34.69 GROUP 4 .....................$ 33.71 GROUP 5.... ...............$ 32.60 GROUP 6 .....................5 29.6I Zone Differential , Zone 2 - $3.00 Zone 3 - $6.Q0 (add to Zone 1 rates): WAl200Q1 Modification 1Q � Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction Fringes 12.08 12.08 12.08 12.08 I2.08 12.08 12.08 12.08 P��e (19 . � For the following metropolitan counties: MULTNOMAH; CLACKAMAS; MARION; WASHINGTON; YAMHILL; AND COLUMBIA; CLARK; AND COWLITZ COUNTY, WASHINGTON WITH MODIFICATIONS AS INDICATED: Al2 jobs or projects located in Multnomah, Clackamas and Marion Counties, West of the western boundary of Mt. Hood National Forest and West of Mile Post 30 on Interstate 84 and West of Mile Post 30 on State Highway 26 and West of Mile Post 30 on Highway 22 and all jobs or projects located in Yamhill County, Washington County and Columbia County and all jobs or porjects located in Clark & Cowlitz County, Washington except that portion of Cowlitz County in the Mt. St. Helens "Blast Zone" shall receive Zone I pay for all classifications. AIl jobs or projects located in the area outside the identified boundary above, but less than 50 miles from the Portland City Hall sha1Z receive Zone II pay for all classifications. All jobs or projects located more than 50 miles from the Portland City Hall, but outside the identified border above, shall receive Zone III pay for all classifications. For the following cities: ALB�,NY; BEND; COOS BAY; EUGENE; GRANTS PASS; KLAMATH FALLS; MEDFORD; ROSEBURG All jobs or projects located within 30 miies of the respective city hall of the above menti.oned cities shall receive Zone I pay for all classifications. All jobs or projects located more than 30 miles and less than 50 miles from the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities shall receive Zone II pay for all classifications. All jobs or projects located more than 50 miles from the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities shall receive Zone III pay for all classifications. F=��e �20 � � � � , � � , � �_ � � � I � � � WAl200Q1 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � r � � �_ � � � � I I � � � L_J LJ � � � , � � � POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP l: CONCRETE: Batch Plant and/or Wet Mix Operator, three units or more; CRANE: Heiicopter Operator, when used in erecting work; Whirley Operator, 90 ton and over; LATTICE BOOM CRANE: Operator 200 tons throuqh 299 tons, and/or over 200 feet boom; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic Crane Operator 90 tons through 199 tons with luffing or tower attachrrtents; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Crane, 150 ton but less than 250 ton GROUP lA: HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic Operator, 200 tons and over (with luffing or tower attachment); LATTICE BOOM CRANE: Operator, 200 tons through 299 tons, with over 200 feet boom; FLQATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Crane 250 ton and over GROUP 1B: LATTICE BOOM CRANE: Operator, 300 tons through 399 tons with over 200 feet boom; Operator 400 tons and over; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Crane 350 ton and over GROUP 2: ASPHALT: Asphalt Plant Operator (any type); Roto Mill, pavement profiler, operator, 6 foot lateral cut and over; BLADE: Auto Grader or "Trimmer" (Grade Checker required); Blade Operator, Robotic; BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer operator over 120,000 lbs and`�above; Bulldozer operator, twin engine; Bulldozer Operator,tandem, quadnine, D10, DT1, and similar type; Bulldozere Robotic Equipment (any type; CONCRETE: Batch Plant and/or Wet Mix Operator, one and two drum; Automatic Concrete Slig Form Paver Operator; Concrete Canal Line Operator; Concrete Profiler, Diamond Head; CRANE: Cableway Operator, 25 tons and over; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic crane operator 90 tons through 199 tons (without luffing or tower attachment); TOWER/WHIRLEY OPERATOR: Tower Crane Operator; Whirley Operator, under 90 tons; LATTICE BOOM CRANE: 90 through 199 tons and/or 150 to 200 feet boom; CRUSHER; Crusher Plant Operator; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Clamshell, etc.operator, 3 cu. yds. and over; Floating Crane (derrick barge) Operator, 30 tons but less than 150 tons; LOADERS: Loader operator, 120,000 lbs. and above; REMOTE CONTROL: Remote controlled earth equipment; RUBBER SCRAPERS: Rubber tired scraper operator, with tandem scrapers, multi SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL, SKOOPER OPERATOR: Shovel, Dragline, Clamshell, operator 5 cu. yds and over; TRENCHING MACHINE: Wheel Excavator, under 750 cu. yds. per hour (Grade Oiler required); Canal Trimmer (Grade Oiler required); Wheel Excavator, over 750 cu. yds. per hour; Band Wagon (in conjunction with wheel excavator); UNDERWATER EQUIPMENT: Underwater Equipment Operator, remote or otherwise; HYDRAULIC HOES-EXCAVATOR: Excavator over 130,000 lbs.; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic crane operator, 50 tons through 89 tons (with luffing or tower attachment); WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ����� ,21 GROUP 3: BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer operator, over 70,000 lbs. up to and including 120,000 lbs.; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic crane operator, 50 tons through 89 tons (without luffing or tower attachment); LATTICE BOOM CRANES: �attice Boom Crane-50 through 89 tons (and less than 150 feet boom); FORKLIFT: Rock Hound Operator; HYDRAULIC HOES-EXCAVATOR: excavator over 80,000 lbs. through 130,000 lbs.; LOADERS: Loader operator 60,OQ0 and less than 120,000; RUBBER-TIRED SCRAPERS: Scraper Operator, with tandem scrapers; Self-loading, paddle wheel, auger type, finish and/or 2 or more units; SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL,SKOOPER OPERATOR: Shovel, Dragline, Clamshell operators 3 cu. yds. but less than 5 cu yds. GROUP 4: ASPHALT: Screed Operator; Asphalt Paver operator (screeman required); BLADE: Blade operator; Blade operator, finish; Blade operator, externally controlled by electronic, mechanical hydraulic means; Blade operator, multi-engine; BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer Operator over 20,000 lbs and more than 100 horse up to 70,000 lbs; Dri12 Cat Operator; Side-boom Operator; Cable-Plow Operator (any type); CLEARING: Log Skidders; Chippers; Incinerator; Stump Splitter (loader mounted or similar type); Stump Grinder (loader mounted or similar type; Tub Grinder; Land Clearing Machine (Track mounted forestry mowing & grinding machine); Hydro Axe (loader mountecl or similar type); COMPACTORS SELF-PROPELLED: Compactor Operator, with blade; Compactor Operator, multi-engine; Compactor Operator, robotic; CONCRETE: Mixer Mobile Operator; Screed Operator; Concrete Cooling Machine Operator; Concrete Paving Road Mixer; Concrete Breaker; Reinforced Tank Banding Machine (K-17 or similar types); Laser Screed; CRANE: Chicago boom and similar types; Lift Slab Machine Operator; Boom type lifting device, 5 ton capacity or less; Hoist Operator, two E2) drum; Hoist Operator, three (3) or more drums; Derrick Operator, under 100 ton; Hoist Operator, stiff leg, guy derrick or similar type, 50 ton and over; Cabieway Operator up to twenty (25) ton; Bridge Grane Operator, Locomotive, Gantry, Overhead; Cherry Picker or similar type crane; Carry Deck Operator; Hydraulic Crane Operator, under 5Q tons; LATTICE BOOM CRANE OPERATOR: Lattice Boom Crane Operator, under 50 tons; CRUSHER: Generator Operator; Diesel-Electric Engineer; Grizzley Operator; Drill Doctor; Boring Machine Operator; Driller-Percussion, Diamond, Core, Cable, Rotary and similar type; Cat Drill (John Henry); Directional Drill Operator over 20,000 lbs pullback; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Diesel-electric Engineer; Jack Operator, elevating barges, Barge Operator, self- unloading; Piledriver Operator (not crane type) (Deckhand required); Floating Clamshelll, etc. Operator, under 3 cu. yds. (Fireman or Diesel-Electric Engineer required); Floating Crane (derrick barge) Operator, less than 30 tons; GENERATORS: Generator Operator; Diesel-electric Engineer; GUARDRAIL EQUIPMENT: Guardrail Punch Operator (all types}; Guardrail Auger Operator (all types); Combination Guardrail machines, i.e., punch auger, etc.; HEATING PLANT: Surface Heater and Planer Operator; HYDRAULIC HOES EXCAVATOR: WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction r a � ,- , 22 � � � � � L� fJ � �1 LJ � � ' , � � � � ' , LJ � ' t � � 1 ' � � ' � � Robotic Hydraulic backhoe operator, track and wheel type up to and including 20,0000 lbs. with any or alI attachments; Excavator Operator over 2Q,000 lbs through 80,0�0 lbs.; LOADERS: Belt Loaders, Kolman and Ko Cai types; Loaders Operator, front end and overhead, 25,000 lbs and less than 60,000 lbs; Elevating Grader Operator by Tractor operator, Sierra, Euclid or similar types; PILEDRIVERS: Hammer Operator; Piledriver Operator (not crane type}; PIPELINE, SEWER WATER: Pipe Cleaning Machine Operator; Pipe Doping Machine Operator; Pipe Bending Machine Operator; Pipe Wrapping Machine Operator; Boring Machine Operator; Back Filiing Machine Operator; REMOTE CONTROL: Concrete Cleaning Decontamination Machine Operator; Ultra High Pressure Water Jet Cutting Tool System Operator/Mechanic; Vacuum Blasting Machine Operator/mechanic; REPAIRMEN, HEAVY DUTY: Diesel Electric Engineer (Plant or Floating; Bolt Threading Machine operator; Drill Doctor (Bit Grinder); H.D. Mechanic; Machine Tool Operator; RUBBER-TIRED SCRAPERS: Rubber-tired Scraper Operator,single engine, single scraper; Self-loading, paddle wheel, auger type under 15 cu. yds.; Rubber-tired Scraper Operator, twin engine; Rubber-tired Scraper Operator, with push- ull attachments; Se2f Loading, paddle wheel, auger type 15 cu. yds. and over, single engzne; Water pulls, water wagons; SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL, SKOOPER OPERATOR: Diesel Electric Engineer; Stationay Drag Scraper Operator; Shavel, Dragline, Clamshell, Operator ur�der 3 cy yds.; Grade-alI Operator; SURFACE (BASE) MATERIAL: Blade mounted spreaders, Ulrich and similar types; TRACTOR-Rt3BBERED TIRED: Tractor operator, rubber-tired, over 50 hp flywheel; Tractor operator, with boom attachment; Rubber-tired dozers and pushers (Michigan, Cat, Hough type); Skip Loader, Drag Box; TRENCHING MACHINE: Trenching Machine operator, digging capacity over 3 ft depth; Back filling machine operator; TUNNEL: Mucking machine operator WAl20001 Modification 1Q Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ±=�gE3 (23 �'age �24 GROUP 5: ASPHALT: Extrusion Machine Operator; Roller Operator (any asphalt mix); Asphalt Burner and Reconditioner Operator (any type); Roto-Mill, pavement profiler, ground man; BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer operator, 20,000 lbs. or less or I00 horse or less; COMPRESSORS: Compressor Operator (any power), over 1,250 cu. ft. total capacity; COMPACTORS: Compactor Operator, including vibratory; Wagner Pactor Operator or similar type (without blade); CONCRETE: Combination mixer and Compressor Operator, gunite work; Concrete Batch Plant Quality Control Operator; Beltcrete Operator; Pumperete Operator (any type); Paveirtent Grinder and/or Grooving Machine Operator (ridinq type); Cement Pump Operator, Fuller-Kenyon and similar; Concrete Pump Operator; Grouting Machine Operator; Concrete mixer operator, single drum, under (5} bag capacity; Cast in place pipe laying machine; maginnis Internal Full slab vibrator operator; Concrete finishing mahine operator, Clary, Johnson, Bidwell, Burgess Bridge deck or similar type; Curb Machine Operator, mechanical Berm, Curb and/or Curb and Gutter; Concrete Joint Machine Operator; Concrete Planer Qperator; Tower Mobile Ogerator; Power Jumbo Operator setting slip forms in tunnels; Slip Form Pumps, power driven hydraulic lifting device for concrete forms; Concrete Paving Machine Operator; Concrete Finishing Machine Operator; Concrete Spreader Operator; CRANE: Helicopter Hoist Operator; Hoist Operator, single drum; Elevator Operator; A-frame Truck Operator, Double drum; Boom Truck Operator; HYDRAULIC CRAI3E OPERATOR: Hydraulic Boom Truck, Pittman; DRILLING: Churm Drill and Earth Boring Machine Operator; Vacuum Truck; Directional Drill Operator over 20,000 lbs pullback; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Fireman; FORKLIFT: Fork Lift, over 10 ton and/or robotic; HYDRAULIC HOES EXCAVATORS: Hydraulic Backhoe Operator, wheel type (Ford, John Deere, Case type); Hydraulic Backhoe Operator track type up to and including 20,000 lbs.; LOADERS: Loaders, rubber- tired type, less than 25,000 lbs; Elevating Grader Operator, Tractor Towed requiring Operator or Grader; Elevating loader operator, Athey and similar types; OILERS: Service oiler (Greaser}; PIPELINE-SEWER WATER: Hydra hammer or simiaZr types; Pavement Breaker Operator; PUMPS: Pump Operator, more than 5(any size); Pot Rammer Operator; RAILROAD EQUIPMENT: Locomotive Operator, under 40 tons; Ballast Regulator Operator; Ballast Tamper Multi-Purpose Operator; Track Liner Operator; Tie Spacer Operator; Shuttle Car Operator; Locomotive Operator, 40 tons and over; MATERIAL HAULRS: Cat wagon DJBs Volvo similar types; Conveyored material hauler; SURFACING (BASE) MATERIAL: Rock Spreaders, self-propelled; Pulva-mixer or simiiar types; Chiip Spreading machine operator; Lime spreading operator, construction job siter; SWEEPERS: Sweeper operator (Wayne type) self-propelled construction job site; TRACTOR-RUBBER TIRED: Tractor operator, rubber-tired, 50 hp flywheel and under; Trenching machine aperator, maximum digging capacity 3 ft depth; TUNNEL: Dinkey WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � �� F �25 L' � � � ' ' � � ' � l__� L�J , �I , � �� � � � GROUP 6: ASPHALT: Plant Oiler; Plant Fireman; Pugmill Operator (any type); Truck mounted asphalt spreader, with screed; COMPRESSQRS: Compressor Operator (any power), under 1,250 cu. ft. tota� capacity; CONCRETE: Plant Oiler, Assistant Conveyor Operator; Conveyor Operator; Mixer Box Operator (C.T.B., dry batch, etc.); Cement Hog Operator; Concrete Saw Operator; Concrete Curing Machine Operator (riding type}; Wire Mat or Brooming Machine Operator; CRANE: Oiler; Fireman, all equipment; Truck Crane Oiler Driver; A-frame Truck Operator, single drum; Tuqger or Coffin Type Hoist Operator; CRUSHER: Crusher Oiler; Crusher Feederman; CRUSHER: Crusher oiler; Crusher feederman; DRILLING: Drill Tender; Auger Oiler; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Deckhand; Boatman; FORKLIFT: Self-propelled Scaffolding Operator, construction job site (exclduing working platform); Fork Lift or Lumber Stacker Qperator, construction job site; Ross Carrier Operator, construction job site; Lull Hi-Lift Operator or Similar Type; Gt3ARDRAIL EQUIPMENT: Oiler; Auger Oiler; Oiler, combination guardrail machines; 6uardrail Punch Oiler; HEATING PLANT: Temporary Heating Plant Operator; LOADERS: Bobcat, skid steer (less than 1 cu yd.); Bvcket Elevator Loader Operator, BarberGreene and similar types; OILERS: Oiler; Guardrail Punch Oiler; Truck Crane Oiler-Driver; Auger Oiler; Grade Oiler, required to check qrade; Grade Checker; Rigger; PIPELINE-SEWER WATER: Tar Pot� Tar Pot Fireman (power agitated); PUMPS: Pump Operator (any power); Hydrostatic Pump Operator; RAILROAD EQUIPMENT: Brakeman;- Qiler; Switchman; Motorman; Ballast Jack Tamper Operator; SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL, SKOOPER, ETC. OPERATOR: Oiler, Grade Oiler (required to check grade); Grade Checker; Fireman; SWEEPER: Broom operator, self propelled, construction job site; SURFACING (BASE) MATERIAL: Roller Operatar, grading of base rock (not asphalt); Tamping Machine operartor, mechanical, self-propelled; Hydrographic Seeder Machine Operator; TRENCHTNG MACHINE: Oiler; Grade Oiler; TUNNEL: Conveyor operator; Air filtration equipment operator ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl2Q001 Maiifitation 10 Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Constructio� Page �26 IRON0014-005 O1/O1/2012 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND ORIELLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA AND WHITMAN COUNTIES Rates � Fringes IRONWORKER .......................5 31.35 20.10 -------------------------------=-------------------------------- IRdN0029-002 Ol/O1/2012 CLARK, COGILITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC, SKAMANIA, AND WAHKAIKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes IRONWORKER .......................$ 33.87 20.10 ---------------------------------------------------------------- IRON0086-002 Q7/O1/2010 YAKIMA, KITTITAS AND CHELAN COUNTIES Rates Frinqes IRONWORKER .......................$ 31.09 19.60 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ZRON0086-004 O1/01/2012 CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PIERCE, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON, AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Fringes IRONWORKER .......................$ 37.89 20.10 ------------------------------------------- --------------------- WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ' ?_,_�_ (27 LABOOOOI-Q02 06/OI/2009 ZONE 1: Rates Frinqes Laborers: CALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC (NORTH OF STRAIGHT LINE MADE BY EXTENDING THE NORTH BOUNDARY WAHKIAKUM COUNTY WEST TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN), PIERCE, SAN JUAN,SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH,THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES GROOP 1 ....................$ 21.77 9.07 GROUP 2 ....................$ 24.86 9.07 GROUP 3 ....................$ 30.96 9.07 GROUP 4 ....................$ 31.70 9.07 GROUP 5 ....................$ 32.21 9.07 CHELAN, DOUGLAS (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN}, KITTITAS AND YAKIMA COUNTIES GROUP 1........... .......$ 17.95 9.07 GROUP 2 ....................$ 20.58 9.07 GROUP 3 ....................$ 22.54 9.07 GROUP 4 ....................$ 23.09 9.07 GROUP 5 ....................$ 23.48 9.07 BASE POINTS: BELLINGHAM, MT. VERNON, EVERETT, SEATTLE, KENT, TACOMA, OLYMPIA, CENTRALIA, ABERDEEN, SHELTON, PT. TOWNSEND, PT. ANGELES, AND BREMERTOIV ZONE 1- Projects within 25 radius mi2es of the respective city hall ZONE 2- More than 25 but less than 45 radius miles from the respective city hall ZONE 3- More than 45 radius miles from the respective city hall ZO1VE DIFFERENTIAL (ADD TO ZONE 1 RATES): ZONE 2 - $1.00 ZONE 3 - $1.30 BASE POINTS: CHELAN, SUNNYSIDE, WENATCHEE, AND YAKIMA ZONE I- Projects within 25 radius miles of the respective city hall ZONE 2- More than 25 radius miles from the respective city hall ZONE DIFFERENTIAL (ADD TO ZONE 1 RATES): ZONE 2 - $2.25 WAl20001 Modification 10 Federel Wage Determinations for Highway Construction �'age �28 LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROtJP 1: Landscaping and Plantinq; Watchman; Window 4Jasher/Cleaner (detail clean-up, such as but not limited to cleaning floors, ceilings, walls, windows, etc., prior to final acceptance by the owner) GROUP 2: Batch Weighman; Crusher Feeder; Fence Laborer; Flagman; Pilot Car GROUP 3: General Laborer; Air, Gas, or Electric Vibrating Screed; Asbestos Abatement Laborer; Baliast Regulator Machine; Brush Cutter; Brush Hog Feeder; Burner; Carpenter Tender; Cement Finisher Tender; Change House or Dry Shack; Chipping Gun (under 30 lbs.); Choker Setter; Chuck Tender; Clean-up Laborer; Goncrete Form Stripper; Curing Laborer; Demolition (wrecking and moving including charred material); Ditch Digger; Dump Person; Fine Graders; Firewatch; Form Setter; Gabian Basket Builders; Grout Machine Tender; Grinders; Guardrail Erector; Hazardous Waste Worker (Level C: uses a chemical "splash suit" and air purifying respirator); Maintenance Person; Material Yard Person; Pot Tender; Rip Rap Person; Riggers; Scale Person; Sloper Sprayer; Siqnal Person; Stock Piler; Stake Hopper; Toolroom Man (at job site); Topper-Tailer; Track Laborer; Truck Spotter; Vinyl`'Seamer GROUP 4: Cement Dumper-Paving; Chipping Gun (over 30 lbs.); Clary Power Spreader; Concrete Dumper/Chute Operator; Concrete Saw Operator; Drill Operator (hydraulic, diamond, aiartrac); Faller and Bucker Chain Saw; Grade Checker and Transit Person; Groutmen (pressure) including post tension beams; Hazardous Waste Worker (Leve1 B: uses same respirator protection as Level A. A supplied air li�e is provided in conjunction with a chemical "splash suit"); High Scaler; Jackhammer; Laserbeam Operator; Manhole Builder-Mudman; Nozzleman (concrete pump, green cutter when using combination of high pressure air and water on concrete and rock, sandblast, gunite, shotcrete, water blaster, vacuum blaster); Pavement Breaker; Pipe Layer and Caulker; Pipe Pot Tender; Pipe Reliner (not insert type); Pipe Wrapper; Power Jacks; Railroad Spike Puller-Power; Raker-Asphalt; Rivet Buster; Rodder; Sloper (over 20 ft); Spreader (concrete); Tamper and Similar electric, air and glas operated tool; Timber Person-sewer (lagger shorer and cribber); Track Liner Power; Tugger Operator; Vibrator; Well Point Laborer GROUP 5: Caisson Worker; Miner; Mortarman and Hodcarrier; Powderman; Re-Timberman; Hazardous Waste Worker (Level A: utilizes a fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supp2ied air line). ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl20001 Modification 10 Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction LAB00238-004 06/O1/2011 PASCO AREA: ADAMS, BENTON, COLUMBIA,DOUGLAS fEast of 120th Meridian), FERRY, FRANKLIN, �RANT, OKANOGAN, WALLA WALLA SPOKAI3E AREA: ASOTIN, GARFIEI:D, LINCOLN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS & WHITMAN COUNTIES Rates Fringes LABORER (PASCQ) GROUP 1 .....................$ 21.31 10.00 GROUP 2 .....................$ 23.41 10.00 GROUP 3 .....................$ 23.68 10.00 GROUP 4 .....................$ 23.95 10.00 GROUP 5 .....................$ 24.23 10.00 LAB�RER (SPOKANE} GROUP 1 .....................$ 21.01 10.00 GROUP 2 ................... .$ 23.Z1 10.00 GROUP 3 .....................$ 23.38 10.00 GROUP 4 .....................$ 23.65 10.00 GROUP 5 .....................$ 23.93 10.00 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rate): $2.00 BASE POINTS: Spokane, Pasco, Lewiston Zone 1: 0-45 radius miles from the main post office. Zone 2: 45 radius miles and over from the main post office. LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Fiagman; Landscape Laborer; Scaleman; Traffic Control Maintenance Laborer (to include erection and maintenance of barricades, signs and relief of flagperson); Window Washer/Cleaner (detail cleanup, such as, but not Iimited to cleaning floors, ceilings, walls, windows, etc. prior to final acceptance by the owner) �'age �29 WAl20001 Modification 10 - Federa! Wage Determinations for Highway Construction Page (30 GROUP 2: Asbestos Abatement Worker; Brush Hog Feeder; Carpenter Tender; Cement Handler; Clean-up Laborer; Concrete Crewman (to include stripping of forms, hand operating jacks on slip form construction, application of concrete curing compounds, pumperete machine, signaling, handling the nozzle of squeezcrete or similar machine,6 inches and smaller); Confined Space Attendant; Concrete Signalman; Crusher Feeder; Demolition (to include clean-up, burning, loading, wrecking and salvage of all material); Dumpman; Fence Erector; Firewatch; Form Cleaning Machine Feeder, Stacker; General Laborer; Grout Machine Header Tender; Guard Rail (to include guard rails, quide and reference posts, sign posts, and riglit-of-way markers); Hazardous Waste Worker, Level D(no respirator is used and skin protection is minimal); Miner, Class "A" (to include all buli gang, concrete crewman, dumpman and pumperete crewman, including distributing,pipe, assembly & dismantle, and nipper); Nipper; Riprap Man; Sandblast Tailhoseman; Scaffold Erector (wood or steel); Stake Jumper; Structural Mover (to include separating foundation, preparation, cribbing, shoring, jacking and unloading of structures); Tailhoseman (water nozzle); Timber Bucker and Faller (by hand); Track Laborer (RR); Truck Loader; Well-Point Man; All Other Work Classifications Not Specially Listed Sha11 Be Classified As General Laborer GROUP 3: Aspahlt Raker; Asphalt Roller, walking; Cement Finisher Tender; Concrete Saw, walking; Demolition Torch; Dope Pot Firemen, non-mechanical; Driller Tender (when required to move and position machine); Form Setter, Paving; Grade Checker using level; Hazardous Waste Worker, Level C(uses a chemical "splash suit" and air purifying respirator); Jackhammer Operator; Miner, Class "B" (to include brakeman, finisher, vibrator, form setter); Nozzleman (to include squeeze and flo-crete nozzle); Nozzleman, water, air or steam; Pavement Breaker (under 90 lbs.); Pipelayer, corrugated metal culvert; Pipelayer, multi- plate; Pot Tender; Power Buggy Operator; Power Tool Operator, gas, electric, pneumatic; Railroad Equipment, power driven, except dual mobile power spiker or puller; Railroad Power Spiker or Puller, dual mobile; Rodder and Spreader; Tamper (to include operation of Barco, Essex and similar tampers); Trencher, Shawnee; Tugger Operator; Wagon Drills; Water Pipe Liner; Wheelbarrow (power driven) WAl20001 Modification 10 Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction �J r ' � ' � , � � �� � , i ' ' � , CJ C_J GROUP 4: Air and Hydraulic Track Drill; Brush Machine (to include horizontal construction joint cleanup brush machine, power propelled); Caisson Worker, free air; Chain Saw Operator and Faller; Concrete Stack (to include laborers when laborers working on free standing concrete stacks for smoke or fume control above 40 feet high); Gunite (to include operation of machine and nozzle); Hazardous Waste Worker, Level B(uses same respirator protection as Level A. A suppiied air Iine is provided in conjunction with a chemical "splash suit"); High Scaler; Laser Beam Operator (to include grade checker and elevation control); Miner, Class C(to include miner, nozzleman for concrete, laser beam operator and rigger on tunnels}; Monitor Operator (air track or similar mounting); Mortar Mixer; Nozzleman (to include jet blasting nozzleman, over 1,200 lbs., jet blast machine power propelled, sandblast nozzle); Pavement Breaker (90 1bs. and over}; Pipelayer (to include working topman, caulker, collarman, jointer, mortarman, rigger, jacker, shorer, valve or meter installer); Pipewrapper; Plasterer Tender; Vibrators (all) GROt3P 5- Drills with Dual Masts; Hazardous Waste Worker, Level A(utilizes a fully encapsvlated suit with a self-contained breathinq apparatus or a supplied air line); Miner Class "D", (to include raise and shaft miner, laser beam operator on riases and s2iafts) GROUP 6 - Powderman ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00238-006 06/Ol/2Q11 COUNTIES EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN: ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, STEVEIJS, SPOKANE, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN Rates Fringes Hod Carrier ......................$ 23.95 9.95 -------=-------------------------------------------------------- LABQ0335-OOI 06/O1/2011 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC fSOUTH OF A STRAIGHT LINE MADE BY EXTENDI23G THE NORTH BOUNDARY LZNE OF WAHKIAKUM COUNTY WEST TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN), SKAMANIA AND WAI3KIAKUM COUNTIES page �31 Rates Laborers: ZONE 1: GROUP GROUP GROUP 6ROUP GROUP GROUP GROUP 1 ....................$ 2 ................... S 3 ....................5 4 ................... $ 5 ................... $ 6 ....................5 7 ....................$ 27.91 28.51 28.95 29.33 25.41 22.99 19.79 WAl200Q1 Modification 10 ' Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction Fringes 10.45 I0.45 10.45 10.45 10.45 10.45 10.45 �'=�e (32 Zone Differential Zone 2 $ 0.65 Zone 3 - 1.15 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 2.75 (Add to Zone 1 rates): BASE POINTS: GOLDENDALE, LONGVIEW, AND VANCOUVER ZONE 1: Projects within 30 miles of ZONE 2: More than 30 miles but less respective city hall. ZONE 3: More than 90 miles but less respective city hall. ZONE 4: More than 50 miles but less respective city hall. ZONE 5: More than 80 miles from the LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS the respective city all. than 40 miles from the than 50 miles from the than 80 miles from the respective city hall. GROUP l: Asphalt Plant Laborers; Asphalt Spreaders; Batch Weighman; Broomers; Brush Burners and Cutters; Car and Truck Loaders; Carpenter Tender; Change-House Man or Dry Shack Man; Choker Setter; Clean-up Laborers; Curing, Concrete; Demolition, Wreckin and Moving Laborers; Dumpers, road oiling crew; Dumpmen (for grading crew); Elevator Feeders; Median Rail Reference Post, Guide Post, Right of Way Marker; Fine Graders; Fire Watch; Form Strippers (not swinging stages); General Laborers; Hazardous Waste Worker; Leverman or Aggregate Spreader (Flaherty and similar tyges); Loading Spotters; Material Yard Man (including electrical); Pittsburgh Chipper Operator or Similar Types; Railroad Track Laborers; Ribbon Setters (including steel forms); Rip Rap IKan (hand placed); Road Pump Tender; Sewer Labor; Signalman; Skipman; Slopers; Spraymen; Stake Chaser; Stockpiler; Tie Back Shorinq; Timber Faller and Bucker (hand labor); Toolroom Man (at job site}; Tunnel Bullgang (above ground); Weight-Man- Crusher (aggregate when used) GROUP 2: Applicator (including pot power tender for same), applying protective material by hand or nozzle on utility lines or storage tanks on project; Brush Cutters (power saw); Burners; Choker Splicer; Clary Power Spreader and similar types; Clean- up Nozzleman-Green Cutter (concrete, rock, etc.); Concrete Power Buggyman; Concrete Laborer; Crusher Feeder; Deraolition and Wrecking Charred Materials; Gunite Nozzleman Tender; Gunite or Sand Blasting Pot Tender; Handlers or Mixers of all Materials of an irritating nature (including cement and lime); Tool Operators (includes but not Iimited to: Dry Pack Machine; Jackhammer; Chipping Guns; Paving Breakers); Pipe Doping and Wrapping; Post Hole Digger, air, gas or electric; Vibrating Screed; Tampers; Sand Blasting (Wet); Stake-Setter; Tunnel-Muckers, Brakemen, Concrete Crew, Bullgeng (underground) WAl200Q1 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for HigF�way Construrtion GROUP 3: Asbestos Removal; Bit Grinder; Drill Doctor; Drill Operators, air tracks, cat dri.11s, wagon drills, rubber-mounted drilis, and other similar types including at crusher plants; Gunite Nozzleman; Hic}h Scalers, Strippers and Drillers (covers work in swinging stages, chairs or belts, under extreme conditions unusual to normal drilling, blasting, barring-down, or sloping and stripping); Manhole Builder; Powdermen; Concrete Saw Operator; Pwdermen; Power Saw Operators (Bucking and Falling); Pumperete Nozzlemen; Sand Blasting (Dry); Sewer Timberman; Track Liners, Anchor Machines, Ballast Regulators, Multiple Tainpers, Power Jacks, Tugger Operator; Tunnel-Chuck Tenders, Nippers and Timbermen; Vibrator; Water Blaster GROUP 4: Asphalt Raker; Concrete Saw Operator (walls); Concrete Nozzelman; Grade Checker; Pipelayer; Laser Beam (pipelaying}-applicable when employee assigned to move, set up, align; Laser Beam; Tunnel Miners; Motorman-Dinky Locomotive-Tunnel; Powderman-Tunnel; Shield Operator-Tunnel GROUP 5: Traffic Flaggers GROUP 6: Fence Builders GROUP 7: Landscaping or Planting Laborers -------------------------------_--------------------------------- LAB00335-019 06/O1/2008 Rates Fringes � � 1 Hod Carrier ......................$ 29.58 8.40 PAIN0005-002 O1/O1/2012 STATEfniIDE EXCEPT CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC (SOUTH), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: ' STRIPERS ....................$ 30.96 12.77 PRIN0005-004 03/O1/2009 � CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PIERCE, SAId JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES ' , �J �J Rates Fringes PAINTER ..........................$ 20 82 7 44 -------------------------------------------------------------- WAl20001 Modification 10 Federa! Wage Determinatians for Highway Construction Pagr (33 ?age E34 PAIN0005-006 O1/O1/2012 ADAMS, ASOTIN; BENTON AND FRANKLIN (EXCEPT HANFORD SITE}; CHELAN, COLUMBZA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, GARFIELD, GRANT, KITTITAS, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN AND YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: Application of Cold Tar Products, Epoxies, Polyure thanes, Acids, Radiation Resistant Material, Water and Sandblasting............5 21.50 7.98 Over 30'/Swing Stage Work..$ 22.20 7.98 Brush, Roller, Striping, Steam-cleaning and Spray....S 21.53 9.45 Lead Abatement, Asbestos Abatement............ .....$ 21.50 7.98 *$.70 shall be paid over and above the basic wage rates Zisted for work on swing stages and high work of over 30 feet. PAIN0055-002 04/O1/2012 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC, SKAMANIA, AAID WAHKIAKUM COUPIT I E S Rates Fringes Painters: Brush & Roller ..............$ 20.90 7.88 High w�rk - Al1 work 60 ft. or higher ...............$ 21.65 7.88 Spray and Sandblasting......$ 21.50 7.88 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0055-007 07/O1/2011 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, SKAMANIA and WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: HIGHWAY & PARKING LOT STRIPER .....................$ 33.19 9.05 ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl2�Q1 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Nighway Construction PLAS0072-004 06/Ol/2011 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, KITTITAS, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN, AND YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes CEMENT MASON/CONCRETE FINISHER ZONE 1 ......................$ 25.01 11.32 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rate): Zone 2-$2.00 BASE POINTS: Spokane, Pasco, Lewiston; Wenatchee Zone 1: 0- 45 radius miles from the main post office Zone 2: Over 45 radius miies from the main post office ---------------------------------------------------------------- PLAS0528-OQ1 10/Ol/2011 CLALLAM, COWLITZ, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC, PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTOI3, WAHKIAKUM AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Cement Masons: CEMENT MASON ................$ 34.90 14.25 COMPOSITION, TROWEL MACHIIJE, GRINDER, POWER TOOLS, GUNNITE NOZZLE.......$ 35.40 14.25 TROWLING MACHINE OPERATOR ON COMPOSITION ..............$ 35.40 14.25 ---------------------------------------------------------------- * PLAS0555 06/O1/2012 CLARK, KLICRITAT AND SRAMANIA COUNTIES ZONE 1: Rates Cement Masons: CEMENT MASOIJS DOIN6 HOTH COMPOSITION/POWER MACAINERY AND SUSPL�NDED/HANGING SCAFFOI.D. . $ 30. 58 CEMENT MASONS ON SUSPENDED, SWINGING AND/OR HANGING SCAFFOI,D.._.........$ 30.58 CEMENT MASONS ...............$ 29.98 COMPOSITION WORKERS AND POWER MACHIATERY OPERATORS...$ 31.18 Fringes 17.76 17.76 17.76 17.76 �a�e �35 WAl200Q1 Modification 20 Federai Wage Qeterminations for Highway Canstruction � ' Zone Differential (Add To Zone 1 Rates): Zone 2 - $0.65 Zone 3 - 1.15 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 3.00 BASE POINTS: BEND, CORVALLIS, EUGENE, MEDFORD, PORTLAND, SALEM, THE DALLES, VAI3COWER ZONE 1: Projects within 30 miles of the respective city hall ZONE 2: More than 30 miles but less than 40 miles from the respective city hail. ZONE 3: More than 40 miles but less than 50 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 4: More than 50 miles but less than 80 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 5: More than 80 miles from the respective city hall ---------------------------------------------------------------- TEAM0037-OQ2 12/02/2011 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC (South of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Truck drivers: ZONE 1 GROUP 1 ....................$ 26.90 GROUP 2 ....................$ 27.02 GROUP 3 ....................$ 27.15 GROi3P 4 ....................5 27.41 GROUP 5 ....................$ 27.63 GROUP 6 ....................$ 27.79 GROUP 7 ....................5 27.99 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 Rates): Zone 2 - $0.65 Zone 3 - 1.15 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 2.75 Fringes 13.15 13.15 13.15 13.15 13.15 13.15 13.15 BASE POINTS: ASTORIA, THE DALLES, LONGVIEW AND VANCOUVER ZONE I: Projects within 30 miles of the respective city hall. ZONE 2: More than 30 miles but less than 40 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 3: More than 90 miles but less than 50 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 4: More than 50 miles but less than 80 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 5: More than 80 miles from the respective city hall. WAl2�1 Modification 10 Federa� Wage Determinations for Highway Construction r'a�e �36 r � ' � � ' ' � , ' � LJ � r ' �� ' � ' TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: A Frame or Hydra lifrt truck w/load bearing surface; Articulated Dump Truck; Battery Rebuilders; Bus or Manhaul Driver; Concrete Buggies (power operated); Concrete Pump Truck; Dump TrUCks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations there of: up to and including 10 cu. yds.; Lift 3itneys, Fork Lifts tall sizes in loading, unloading and transporting material on job site); Loader and/or Leverman on Concrete Dry Batch Plant (manually operated); Pilot Car; Pickup Truck; Solo Flat Bed and misc. Body Trucks, 0-10 tons; Truck Tender; Truck Mechanic Tender; Water Wagons (rated capacity) up to 3,000 gallons; Transit Mix and Wet or Dry Mix - 5 cu. yds. and under; Lubrication Man, Fuel Truck Driver, Tireman, Wash Rack, Steam Cleaner or combinatzons; Team Driver; Slurry Truck Driver or Leverman; Tireman GROUP 2: Boom Truck/Hydra-lift or Retracting Crane; , Challenger; Dumpsters or similar equipment all sizes; Dump Trvcks/Articulated Dumps 6 cu to 10 cu.; Flaherty Spreader Driver or Leverman; Lowbed Equipment, Flat Bed Semi-trailer or doub2es transporting equipment or wet or dry materials; ' Lumber Carrier, Driver-Straddle Carrier (used in loading, unloadinq and transporting of materials on job site); Oil Distributor Driver or Leverma'n; Transit mix and wet or dry ' mix trcuks: over 5 cu. yds. and including 7 cu. yds.; Vacuum Trucks; Water truck/Wagons (rated capacity} over 3,000 to S,OOQ gallons , , t L1 u GROUP 3: Ammonia Nitrate Distributor Driver; Dump trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 10 cu. yds. and including 30 cu. yds. includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Self-Propelled Street Sweeper; Transit mix and wet or dry mix truck: over 7 cu yds. and including 11 cu yds.; Truck Mechanic-Welder-Body Repairman; Util.ity and Clean-up Truck; Water Wagons (rated capacity) over 5,OQ0 to 10,000 gallons GROUP 4: Asphalt Burner; Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom cumps, including Semi-Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 30 cu. yds. and inclvding 50 cu. yds. inclucles Articulated Dump Trucks; Fire Guard; Transit Mix and Wet or Dry Mix Trueks, over I1 cu. yds. and including 15 cu. yds.; Water Wagon (rated capacity} over 10,000 gallons to I5,000 gallons GROUP 5: Composite Crewman; Dump Trucks, side, end and ' bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 50 cu. yds. ana including 60 cu. yds. includes Articulated Dump Trucks , GROUP 6: Bulk Cement Spreader w/o Auger; Dry Pre-Batch conerete Mix Trucks; Dump trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains of combinations ' thereof: over 60 cu. yds. and including 80 cu. yds., and includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Skid Truck WAl20001 Modifrcation 10 � Federa! Wage Determinations for Highway Construction (�t�ge �37 : ; r� � 38 GROUP 7: Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 80 cu. yds. and including 100 cu. yds., includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Industrial Lift Truck (mechanical tailgate) ---------------------------------------------------------------- TEAM0174-001 01/OI/2012 CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC (North of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean), PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Truck drivers: ZONE A: GROUP 1 :...................$ 30.89 GROUP 2 :...................$ 30.05 GROUP 3 :...................$ 27.24 GROUP 4 :...................$ 22.27 GROUP 5 :...................$ 30.44 Fringes 16.08 16.08 16.08 16.08 16.08 ZONE B(25-45 miles €rom center of listed cities*}: Add $.70 per hour to Zone A rates. ZONE C(over 45 miles from centr of listed cities*): Add $1.00 per hour to Zone A rates. *Zone pay will be ca2culated from the city center of the following listed cities: BELLINGHAM CENTRALIA RAYMOND OLYMPIA EVERETT SHELTON ANACORTES BELLEWE SEATTLE PORT ANGELES MT. VERNON KENT TACOMA PORT TOWNSEND ABERDEEN BREMERTON TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1-"A-frame or Hydralift" trucks and Boom trucks or similar equipment when "A" frame or "Hydralift" and Boom truck or similar equipment is vsed; Buggymobile; BuZk Cement Tanker; Dumpsters and similar equipment, Tournorockers, Tournowagon, TournotraiZer, Cat DW series, Terra Cobra, Le Tourneau, Westinghause, Athye Wagon, Euclid Two and Four-Wheeled power tractor with trailer and similar top-loaded equipment transportinq material: Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom dump, including semi-trucks and trains or combinations thereof with I6 yards to 30 yards capacity: Over 30 yards $.15 per hour additional for each 1Q yard increment; Explosive Truck (field mix) and similar equipment; Hyster Operators (handiing bulk loose aggregates); Lowbed ane Heavy Duty Trailer; Road Oil Distributor Driver; Spreader, Flaherty Transit mix used exclusiveiy in heavy construction; Water Waqon and Tank Truck-3,000 gallons and over capacity WAl20001 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Nighway Construction , I � ' ' I ' I ' ' LJ � CJ �J ' C _J ' , ' , � '� GROUP 2- Bulllifts, or similar equipment used in loading or unloading trucks, transporting materials on job site; Dumpsters, and similar equipment, Tournorockers, Tournowagon, Turnotrailer, Cat. D.W. Series, Terra Cobra, Le Tourneau, Westinghouse, Athye wagon, Euclid two and four-wheeled power tractor with trailer and similar top-loaded equipment transporting material: Dump trucks, side, end and bottom dump, including semi-trucks and trains or combinations thereof with less than 16 yards capacity; Flatbed (Dual Rear Axle}; Grease Truck, Fuel Truck, Greaser, Battery Service Man and/or Tire Service Man; Leverman and loader at bunkers and batch plants; Oil tank transport; Scissor truck; Slurry Truck; Sno-Go and similar equipment; Swampers; Straddler Carrier (Ross, Hyster) and similar equipment; Team Driver; Tractor (small, rubber-tired)(when used within Teamster jurisdiction); Vacuum truck; Water Wagon and Tank trucks-less than 3,000 gallons capacity; Winch Truck; Wrecker, Tow truck and similar equipment GROUP 3- Flatbed (single rear axle); Pickup Sweeper; Pickup Truck. (Adjust Group 3 upward by $2.00 per hour for onsite work only} GROUP 4- Escort or Pilot Car GROUP 5 - Mechanic HAZMAT PROJECTS Anyone working on a HAZMAT job, where HAZMAT certification is required, shall be compensated as a premium, in addition to the classification working in as follows: LEVEL C: +$.25 per hour - This level uses an air purifying respirator or additional protective clothing. LEVEL B: +$.50 per hour - Uses same resgirator protection as Level A. Supplied air line is provided in conjunction with a chemical "splash suit." LEVEL A: +$.75 per hour - This level utilizes a fully- encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing agparatus or a supplied air line. ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAl20001 Modification 10 Federa{ Wage Determinations for Highway Construction '�t��r� �39 F age �40 TEAM0760-002 06/O1l2009 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT KITTITAS, LINCOLIV, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, FlHITMAN AND YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Truck drivers: (ANYONE WORKING ON HAZMAT JOBS SEE FOOTNOTE A BELOW) ZONE 1: GROUP 1 ....................$ 20.02 GROi3P 2 ....................$ 22.29 GROUP 3 ....................5 22.79 GROUP 4 ....................$ 23.12 GROUP 5 ....................$ 23.23 GROUP 6 ....................$ 23.40 GROUP 7 ....................$ 23.93 GROUP 8 ....................$ 24.26 Fringes 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rate: Zone 2-$2.00) BASE POINTS: Spokane, Moses Lake, Pasco, Lewiston Zone 1: 0-45 radius miles from the main post office. Zone Z: Outside 45 radius miles from the main post office TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Escort Driver or Pilot Car; Employee Haul; Power Boat Hauling Employees or Material GROUP 2: Fish Truck; Flat Bed Truck; Fork Lift (3000 lbs. and under); Leverperson (loading trucks at bunkers); Trailer Mounted Hydro Seeder and Mulcher; Seeder & Mulcher; Stationary Fuel Operator; Tractor (small, rubber-tired, pulling trailer or similar equipment) GROUP 3: Auto Crane (2000 lbs. capacity); Buggy Mobile & Similar; Bulk Cement Tanks & Spreader; Dumptor (6 yds. & under); Flat Bed T=uck with Hydraullic System; Fork Lift (3001-16,000 lbs.); Fuel Truck Driver, Steamcleaner & Washer; Power Operated Sweeper; Rubber-tired Tunnel Jumbo; Scissors Truck; Slurry Truck Driver; Straddle Carrier (Ross, Hyster, & similar); Tireperson; Transit Mixers & Truck Hauling Concrete (3 yd. to & includinq 6 yds.); Trucks, side, end, bottom & articulated end dump (3 yards to and including 6 yds.}; Warehouseperson (to include shipping & receiving); Wrecker & Tow Truck GROUP 4: A-Frame; Burner, Cutter, & Welder; Service Greaser; Trucks, side, end, bottom & articulated end dump (over 6 yards to and including 12 yds.); Truck Mounted Hydro Seeder; Warehouseperson; Water Tank truck.(0-8,000 gal2ons) WAl200Q1 Modification 10 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ' - � GROUP 5: Dumptor (over 6 yds.); Lowboy (50 tons & under); ' Self- loading Roli Off; Semi-Truck & Traiier; Tractor with Steer TraiZer; Transit Mixers and Trucks Hauling Concrete (over 6 yds. to and including 10 yds.); Trucks, side, end, ' bottom and end dump (over 12 yds. to & including 20 yds.); Truck-Mounted Crane (with load bearing surface either mounted or pulled, up to 14 ton}; Vacuum Truck (super sucker, guzzler, etc.) ' ' ' ' ' L__. ' ' ' ' ' � ' ' GROUP 6: Flaherty Spreader Box Driver; Flowboys; Fork Lift (over 16,00Q lbs.); Dumps (Semi-end); Mechanic (Field); Semi end Dumps; Transfer Truck & Trailer; Transit Mixers & Trucks Hauling Concrete (over 10 yds. to & including 20 yds.); Trucks, side, end, bottom and articulated end dump (over 20 yds. to & including 40 yds.); Truck and Pup; Tournarocker, DWs & similar with 2 or more 4 wheel-power tractor with trailer, gallonage or yardage scale, whichever is greater Water Tank Truck (8,001- 14,000 gallons); Lowboy(over 50 tons) GROUP 7: Oi1 Distributor Driver; Stringer Truck (cable oeprated trailer); Transit Mixers & Trucks Hauling Concrete tover 20 yds.}; Truck, side, end, bottom end dump (over 40 yds. to & including 100 yds.); Truck Mounted Crane (with load bearing surface either Rrounted or pulled (16 through 25 tons); GROUP 8: Prime Movers and Stinger Truck; Trucks, side, end, bottom and articulated end dump (over 1�0 yds.); Helicopter Pilot Hauling Employees or Materials Footnote A- Anyone working on a HAZMAT job, where HAZMAT certification is required, shall be compensated as a premium, in additon to the classiffcation working in as follows: LEVEL C-D: -$.50 PER HOUR (This is the lowest level of protection. This Ievel may use an air purifying respirator or additional protective clothing. LEVEL A-B: -$1.00 PER HOUR (Uses supplied air is conjvnction with a chemical spash suit or fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus. Employees shall be paid Hazmat pay in increments of four(4) and eight(8} hours. WAl20001 Modification 10 ' Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction t' -, _� �41 NOTE: Trucks Pulling Equipment Trailers: shall receive $.15/hour __over applicable truck rate ----------------------------------------------------------- WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is incidental. Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within the scope of the classifications listed may be added after award only as provided in the labor standards contract clauses E29CFR 5.5 (ay (1} (ii)). ----------------------------------------------------------------- The body of each wage determination lists the classification and wage rates that have been found to be prevailing for the cited type(s} of construction in the area covered by the wage determination. The classifications are listed in alphabetical order of "identifiers" that indicate whether the particular rate is union or non-union. Union Identifiers An identifier enclosed in dotted Iines beginning with characters other than "SU" denotes that the union classification and rate have found to be prevailing for that classification. Example: PLUM0198-005 07/OI/2011. The first four letters , PLUM, indicate the international union and the four-digit number, 0198, that follows indicates the local union number or district council number where applicable , i.e., Plumbers Local'0198. The next number, 005 in the example, is an internal number used in processing the waqe determination. The date, Q7/01/2011, following these characters is the effective date of the most current negotiated rate/collective bargaining agreement which would be July 1, 2011 in the above example. t)nion prevailing wage rates will be updated to reflect any changes in the collective bargaining agreements governing the rate. . ' �'��e (42 � , ' , u ' � L �I WAl20�1 Modification 10 Federat Wage Determinations for Highway Construction , � � � Non-Union Id entifiers ' Classifications listed unfler an "SU" identifier were derived from survey data by computing average rates and are not union rates; however, the data used in computinc} these rates may ' inclnde both union and non-union data. Example: St7LA2004-007 5/1.3/2010. SU indicates the rates are not union rates, LA indicates the State of Louisiana; 2004 is the year of the survey; and 007 is an internal number used in producing the ' wage determination. A 1993 or later date, 5/13/ZO10, indicates the classifications and rates under that identifier were issued as a 6eneral Wage Determination on that date. � ' � , ' Survey wage rates will remain in effect and will not chanc}e until a new survey is conducted. ---------------------------------------------------------------- WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS l.) Has there been an initial decisian in the matter? This can be: * an existing published waqe determination * a survey underlying a wage determination * a Waqe and Hour Division letter settinq forth a position on a wage determination matter * a conformance (additional classification and rate} ruling ' On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests for summaries of surveys, should be with the Wage and Hour Regional Office for the area in which the survey was conducted because those Regional Offices have responsibility for the � Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial contaet is not satisfactory, then the process described in 2.) and 3.} should be followed. ' ' ' , ' ' � With regard to any other matter nat yet ripe for the formal process described here, initial contact should be with the Branch of Construction Wage Beterminations. Write to: Branch of Construction Wage Determinatior�s Wage and Hour Division U.S. Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20210 2.) I€ the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an interested party (those affected by the actian) can request review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour Administrator (See 29 CFR Part 2.8 and 29 CFR Part 7), Write to: Wage and Hour Administrator U.S. Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20210 WAl20001 Modiftcation 10 Federaf Wage Determinations for Highway Construction aa;;F �43 >: The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the interested party's position and by any information (wage payment data, project description, area practice material, etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the issue. 3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an interested party may appeal directly to the Administrative Review Board (formerly the Wage Appeals Board). Write to: Administrative Review Board U.S. Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20210 4.) All decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final. END OF GENERAL DECISION � WAl200Q1 Modification 20 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ?aye �44 " '. � ' I � , I ' I ' I � � I ' I ' I � I z, � R'J� ��r7 +� � t � � � z � w. ,�- �. �,� � °�^*- ?' �' '�.s� '` `�_°' "� }�.= z� •x ��g. .. �a q� y�� � LF �. � '� � �4+'�^ .m'� � �� � w4*AY �� ' 'X` ��'���u, �7'����*'��� ��uw�t���'�+a an a�� ��� »��'�r��� � � � �� �� �v ;y � .m ,.��< ..�..�__.,,�._,.... ,. v.m �.;xC�.i�a�x ��!P°��'�+�4��„^`'�``'�� � �s.:dmz�.*�c�.�'�d � ed" _�n' . x a=L.sni55 ' CF��"�,:��€c :�a' ar��:�5� � g-�,_�..�.�k )1• .a,.. BID AND CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AiVD SPECIFICATIONS •� Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School SRTS O443(005) RFB �` 12-102 Bids Accepted Until 10:00 a.m., July 9, 2012 Bids Opened 10:10 a.m., July 9, 2012 AT: City of Federal Way City Council Chambers 33325 Eighth Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 Prepared By: . , _ � -, . .� �. 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S� t�.r ; ^ ��� .. �e �. � :��k x n4* M � r y i �� i�'� A .°ia fic o- ig� � `Y- �r.+�,y � ; M f�ti$e .. t'� � a- �'. a�� � ti.: !t ) "t * ' f :. y, . �:' � �t?� �.. vy ��.'� +h: r`+:�� t .�"'��.� � �r.,a i�1��Cx r;� ��. . 3 5^k , t -� �d f..�. ;��„� City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 2 RFB #12-102 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE PUBLIC NOTICE — REQUEST FOR BIDS ....................................................................... 5 BIDDER CHECKLIST ................................................................................................. 8 SEG"TION 1: INSTRUC'iIONS TO BIDDERS ................................................................10 SECTION 2: GENERAL CONTRACTUAL TERMS AND CONDI7'IONS ............................17 NO BID RESPONSE FORM (Attachment A) ................................................................ 23 BID FORM (Attachment B) ....................................................................................... 24 BIDSCHEDULE (Attachment C) ................................................................................ 26 BID SIGNATURE PAGE (Attachment D) .................................................................... 29 BID BOND FORM (Attachment E) ............................................................................. 3Q COMBINED AFFIDAVIT AND CERTIFICATION FORM (Attachment F) ....................... 31 CONTRACTOR'S COMPLIANCE STATEMENT (Attachment G) .................................... 33 PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT (Attachment H) ............................................................ 34 (with Exhibits A-F and Appendixes as attached) Exhibit A Notice of Completion Exhibit B Contract Change Order Agreement Exhibit C Notice to Labor Unions of Other Employment Organizations Nondiscrimination in Employment Exhibit D Certifcate(s) of Insurance Exhibit E Performance/Payment Bond Exhibit F . Title VI Assurances AMENDMENI'S TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS .............................GREEN PAGES SPECIAL PROVISIONS ...............................................................................BLUE PAGES �HWA 1273 (Ap�ndix A) ........................................................................... TAN PAGES STANDARD PLANS AND DETAILS (Appendix B) ......................................WHiTE PAGES City of Federal Way Mark Twain Blementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 3 2012 RFB ver. 1-08 '�ABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont'd) PREVAILING WAGES AND BENEFIT CODE KEY (Appendix C) ....................PINK PAGES GEOTECHNICAL BORIPIG LOGS (Appendix D) ..................................... YELLOW PAGES City of Federal Way RFB #12-102 Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 4 2412 RFB ver. l -08 ' ' , � _J ' L � � �J � � � � ' 1 � ' � ' CITY C?P FEDERAL WAY REQUEST FOR BIDS Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB # 12-102 SUBMITTAL OF SEALED BIDS: Notice is hereby given that the City of Federal Way, Washington, will receive sealed bids through July 9, 2012, until 10:00 a.m., at the City Hall Purchasing Office or by US Mail at City of Federa:l Way, Purchasing Office, 33325 8 Avenue South, Federal Way, Washington 98003. Proposals received after 10:00 a.m. on said date will not be considered. BID OPENING: Ail bids will be opened and read publicly aloud at 10:10 a.m. on Monday July 9, 2012, at City Council Chamber.s, 33325 8�' Avenue South, Federal Way, Washington, for this RFB. All bid proposals shall be accompar�ied by a bid deposit by a cashier's or certified check, or Bid Bond in an amount equal to five percent (5%) of the amount of such bid proposa:l. Should the successful bidder faii to enter into a contract and furnish satisfactory PerFormance Bond within the time stated in the specifications, the bid deposit or bond shali be forfeited to the City of Federal Way. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: This project shall consist of: Improvements for Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School include ins#allation of an advanced 20 mph Solar School Zone Flasher, an advanced School Zone sign, two solar powered LED rectangular shaped Rapid Flashing Beacons at the school zoned crossing on Star Lake Road, ADA compliant ramps in the right of way, ADA compliant ramps on the school property, the construction of an 8-10' wide paved walkway approximately 485 feet in length from the street to the stairs of the school entrance and drainage improvements. � The Contractor shall complete all work within 40 working days. All work within the Mark Twain Elementary School Properiy shall be cornpleted by August 31, 2012. The bidder is urged to check the plans and contract provisions carefully. All bid proposals shall be in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders and all other contract documents no�r on file in the Purchasing Office of the City of Federal Way. Bid documents may be obtained from the Purchasing Department at (253) 835-2526. Any questions concerning the description of the work contained in the contract documents must be directed to John Mulkey, P.E., Street Systems Project Engineer, by facsimile at (253) 835-2709, or by letter addressed to John Mulkey, P.E., Street Systerns Project Engineer prior to bid opening date. PURCHASE OF BID DOCUMENTS: B.idders rnay purchase copies of the Bidding Docurnents (half-size plans) in person, or by mailing a Twenty-Five and no/100 Dollars ($25.00) (non-refundable) check or cashiers' check payable to the City of Federal Way, 33325 8 Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003-6325, phone (253) 835- City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 5 RFB ver. 1-08 ' 2012 RFB #12-102 � I ' I ' I ' ' ' � , ' ' � 2526. If purchasing by mail, please indicate your request for Bidding Documents for RFB #12-102, Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School. Informational copies of maps, plans, and specifications are available for re�iew at the Pubfic Works Department, Federal Way City Hall, 33325 8"' Avenue South, Federal Way, Washington. Bidding Documents are also available for review at the following Plan Centers: Daily Journal of Commerce, Attn: Plancenter.com, 83 Columbia St, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98104 ' Daily �lournal of Commerce Project Center, 921 SW Washington St, Suite 210, Portland, OR 97205 McGraw Hill, 200 SW Michigan St, Suite 100A, Seattle, WA 98106 Valley Plan Center, 10002 Aurora Avenue North, #36, PMB 334, Seattle, WA 98133 Reed Construcfiion Data, 30 Technology Parkway South, Suite 500, Norcross, GA 30092 Builders Exchange of Washington, 2607 Wetmore Avenue, Everett, WA 98201 Contractor Plan Center, 14625 SE 82"� Drive, Clackamas, OR 97015 Contractor's Resource Center, 2301 So )ackson Street, Suite 101B, Seattle, WA 98144 Isqft Planroom, 2606 2nd Ave #244, Seattle, WA 98121 oregon-washington 's ft.com The City, in accordance with Title VI of the �vil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49 C.F.R., Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted programs of the Department of Transportation issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively ensure that in any contract entered into pursuant to this advertisement, disadvantaged b�asiness enterprises as defined at 49 CFR Part 23 will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and wiil not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or seac in consideration for an award. The City encourages minority and women-owned firms to submit bids consistent with the City's policy to insure that such .firms are afforded the maximum practicable opportun:ity to compete for and obtain pubiic contracts. The Contractor will be required to comply with all local, State, and Federal laws and regulations pertaining to equal employment opportunities. The City .anticipates awarding this project to the successful bidder and intends to give Notice to Proceed as soon as the Contract and all required associated documents are executed in full. However, regardless of the date of award, or Notice to Proceed, the Contractor must complete all work underthis project by December 31, 2012. ' �i,ESERVATI�N OF RIGHTS: The City of Federal Way reserves the right �to reject any and all bids, waive any informalities or minor :irregularities in the bidding, and determine which bid or bidder meets the criteria set forth in . the bid documents. No bidder may withdraw his bid after fhe hour set for the opening thereof ' unless the award is delayed for a period exceeding thirty (30) days. � � ll Dated the 15th day of June, 2012. Dates of Publication: City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Daily ]ournal of Commerce: lune 16, 2012 RFB #12-102 Page 6 2012 ' RFB ver. 1-U8 Federal Way Mirror. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 7 RFB #12-102 2012 )une 23, 2012 June 15, 2012 )une 22, 2012 BIDDER'S CHECKLIST The bidder's attention is especially called to the following forms, which must be executed in full as required and submitted as part of the bid. Failure to comply shall result in rejection of any bid not so complying. � :� Bid Form (Attachment B) The Bid Form shall be completed and ful'ly executed, including filling in the total bid amount. ❑ Bid Schedule (Attachment C) The unit prices shall be set forth in the space provided. ❑ Bid Signature Paae (Attachment D) The Bid Signature Page shall be fllled in and fully executed by the bidder. ❑ Bid Bond rm (Attachment E) This form is to be executed by the bidder and the surety company unless a certifed check is submitted with the bid. The amount of this bond or certified check shall not be less than five percent (5%) of the total bid amour�t and shall be shown in both words and figures. ❑ Combined Affidavit and Certification Form (Attachment F) This form must be subscribed to and sworn before a Notary Public and notarized. ❑ Contractor's Co IiQ ance Statement (Attachmen# G) The Contractor's Compliance Statement shall be filled in and fuFly executed by the bidder. ❑ Contractor's Certificate of Reaistration The bidder shall provide a copy of Contractor's current registration with the State of Washington. ❑ Contractor's State Identification Numbers The bidder shall provide a copy of Contractor's current state unified business identifier number and, as applicable, an employment security department number and state excise tax registration number. City of Federal Way Mazk Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 8 RFB #12-102 2012 II I ' ' SUCCESSFUL BIDDER'S CHECKLIST The following documents are to be executed and delivered to the City within ten (10) calendar days after the Bid is awarded: ❑ Public Works Contract (Attachment I) ' ' ❑ ' ' , , , ❑� The successful bidder will fully execute and deliver to the City the Mark Twarn Elementary School Safe Routes to School Public Works Contract ('�Contract'� from these Bid Documents. �otice to La6or Unions or Other Em I�o,yment Omanizations Nondiscrimination in Em I�oyment {Exhibit C) If this applies, the successful bidder will sign and post copies of this Notice in conspicuous places avaitable to employees or applicant for employment. Certificate of Insurance (Exhibit'D) The successful bidder wiH provide a Certificate of Insurance evidencing the insurance requirement set forth in the Contract. ❑ Performance/Payment Bond (Exhibit E) The swccessful bidder will provide a futly executed PerForrnance/Payment Band as appropriate. � Business Lic�nse The successful bidder will provide a copy of a current Business License with the City of Federal Way. I ' I , I , � I , I ' City of Feder.al Way Mark Twain Elementary Schooi Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 9 RFB #12-102 2012 � , SECTION 1: INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS ' 1-1 Time and Place for Submission and Opening of Bids Sealed bids must be submitted by 10:00 a.m. local time on July 9, 2012, to the Purchasing Office of the City of Federal Way (the "City'�, located on the second floor of City Ha�ll, or received by US MaiJ at Gity of Federal Way, Purchasing Office, 33325 Eighth Avenue S, Federal Way, Washington, 98003-6325, and will be publicly opened and read aloud in City Hall Council Chambers on July 9, 2012, at 10:10 a.m. local time. The City's Purchasing Caordinator must receive the sealed bid before the time and date specified in order to be considered. Telex or facsimile bids w�ll not be accepted. The bidder accepts all risks of late delivery of mailed bids or of misdelivery regardless of fault. Late bids will be returned unopened. If, after reviewing this docurnent the bidder chooses not to submit a bid, the bidder may complete and return the '`No Bid Response Form" provided as Attachment "A" by the date and time indicated above. 1-2 Bid Form Bids shall be made on the ��Bid Form", Attachment "B" issued by the City as part of these contract documents, without reservation or amendment. Bids must be typewritten or printed in ink. Upon completion, the Bid Form and the bid bond or certified check and any requested information shall be placed in a sealed envelope. On the outside of the envelope, place the bid name, bid number and the time bids are due. 1-3 Bid Signature All bids shall give the total bid price and shall be signed in ink by the bidder or their authorized representative, with the address. If the bid is made by an individual, the name, signature, and address must be shown. If the bid is made by a firm or partnership, the name and address of the firrn or partnership and the signature of at least one of the general partners must be shown. If the bid is made by a corporation, the bid shall show the title of the person authorized to sign on behalf of the corporation, his or her title and the address. The City res�rves the right to request documentation showing the authority of the individual signing the bid to execute contracts on behalf of anyone, or any entity, other than himself/herself. Refusal to provide such information upon request may cause the bid to be rejected as nonresponsive. 1-4 Bid Withdrawal Due to Error Bids may not be withdrawn due to a claim of error in a bid unless written notice of such claim and supporting evidence for such claim including cost breakdown sheets are delivered to the City.within forry-eight (48) hours prior to the opening of bids. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 10 2012 RFB ver. 1-08 �I ' 1-5 Modification of Bid , A modification of a bid already received will be considered only if the modification is received prior to the time announced for bid opening. All modifications shall be made in writing, executed and submitted in the same form and manner as the original bid. ' 1-6 Examination of Bid and Contract Documents — Bidder Responsibilities , The submission ofi a bid shall constitute an acknowledgment upon which the City may rely that the bidder has thoroughly examined and is familiar with the bid and cor�tract documents and has reviewed and inspected afl applicable federal, state and local statutes, regulations, ordinances and resolutions deating with or related to the equipment and/or ' services to be provided herein: The failure or neglect of a bidder to examine such docurnents, statutes, regulations, ordinances or resolutions shall in no way refieve the ' bidder from any obligations with respect to the bidder's bid or the contract documenfis. No ciairn for additional compensation will be allowed which is based upon a lack of knowledge of any contract documents, statutes, regulations, ordrnances or resolutions. Bidders shall visit delivery and service locations(s) as reqwired. Bidders shall become familiar with ar�d , verify any environmental factors, which may impact current or future prices for this requirement. , i-7 Interpretation of Bid and Contract Documents J � I '� ' ' No oral interpretations will be made to any bidder as to the meaning of the bid or contract documents and no oral communicafions will be binding upon the Cty. Requests for an interpretation shall be made by facsimile, or by mail and delivered to the Purchasing Coordinator of the Gity at the address indicated in Section 1-1, at least ten (10) days before the date announced for opening the bids. Any interpretation deemed necessary by the Ci�ty witl be in the form of an addendwm to the bid documents and when issued w�ill be sent as promptly as is practical to all parties to whom the bid documents have been issued. All such addenda shafl become part of the bid. 1-8 Addenda Each bid shali include acknowledgment of receipt and review of all addenda issued dur�ng the bidding period on the Bid Form. 1-9 Bid Price ' The bid price shali include everything necessary for the completion of �the cantract including, but not limited to, furnishing ali materiais, equi;prnent, tools, freight charges, facilities and all management, superintendence, labor and service, except as may be provided otherwise in the contract documents. All Washington State sales tax and all other government ' taxes, assessments and charges shali be included in the various Bid item priaes as required by law. The offer shall remain in efFect ninety (90) days after the bid ' opening. In the event of a discrepancy between a unit price and an extended amount and/or the totaf price, the unit price will govern and the extended amount and/or total price , City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 11 ' RFB ver. 1-08 2012 ' will be corrected accordingly. However, downward correction of a bid, which would displace � the apparent low bidder, will only be permitted ifi the error made and the intended bid price can be determined solely from the bid documents. , 1-10 Postponement of Bid Opening The City reserves the right to postpone the date and time for the opening of bids by ' announcing such postponement at any time prior to the date and time announced in these documents. 1-11 Rejection of Bids ' � �'� �___I ' If, in the opinion of the City, there is reason to believe that collusion exists among bidders, ' none of the bids of the participants in such collusion will be considered. All bidders are required to submit the Affidavit of Non-Collusion (Attachment G) with their bids. ' 1-14 Evaluation of Bids A. The City reserves the right to reject any bid for any reason including, but not limited to, the following: any bid which is incomplete, obscure, irregular or lacking necessary detail and specificity; any bid which omits a price on any one or more items on the Bid Form and Bid Schedule; any bid in which prices are unbalanced in the opinion of the City; any bid accompanied by insufFcient or irregular bid bond; any bid from bidders who (rn the sole judgment of the City) lack the qualifications and/or responsibility necessary to perform the work after considering the elements in Section 1-14.B; any bid for which a bidder fails or neglects to complete and submit any qualifications information within the time specified by the City and as may be otherwise required herein; and, any bid submitted by a bidder who is not registered or licensed as may be required by the laws of the State of Washington. B. The city further reserves the right to reject any portion of any bid and/or to reject all bids. In consideration for the City's review and evaluation of its bid, the bidder waives and releases any claims against the City arising from any rejection of any or all bids. 1-12 Alterations i� Documents Prohibited Any addition, limitation or provision attached to the bid may render it �nformal or nonresponsive and cause its rejection. Al.teration by erasure or interlineations must be explained or noted in the bid form over the signature of the bidder. No oral, teleyraphic or telephonic bids or modifications will be considered. 1-13 Disqualification of Bidder It is the intent of City to award a contract to. the lowest respansive bid by a responsible ' bidder as evaluated by the City. The bidder may be required by the City to submit documentataon dernonstrating compliance with the criteria. A. Responsiveness — The bidder must complete all required forms and bid documents and ' provide all required and requested information. Refusal to provide such information r � '� u City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 12 � RFB ver. 1-08 2012 ' may cause the bid to be rejected. The City wi11 consider all the material submitted by , the bidder to determine whether the bid is in compliance with the bid terms and documents and responsive to the requested work. ' B. Responsibility — The City will consider all the material submitted by the bidder, and otfier evidence it may obtain including information from previous project owners, to determine whether the bidder is responsible. The :bidder must meet the following bidder ' responsibility criteria and supplemental bidder responsibility criteria to be considered a responsible bidder: 1. Mandatory Bidder Responsibility Criteria a. Have a current certificate of registration as a contractor in compliance with chapter 18.27 RCW, which must have been in effect at the time of bid su�bmittal; b. Have a current Washington Unified Business identifier (UBI) number; c. If applicable: i. Have Industrial Insurance (workers' compensation) coverage for the bidder's ernployees working in Washington, as required in Ttie 51 RCVU; ii. Have a Washington Employment Security Departrnent number, as required in Title 50 RCW; . iii. Have a Washington Department of Revenue state excise tax registration number, as required in Title 82 RCW; d. Not be disquali�ied from bidding on any public works contract under RCW 39.06.010 or 39.12.065(3). 2. Supplernental Bidder Responsibifity Criteria a. The bidder shall not have a record of excessive claims filed against the retainage, payment, or performance bonds for pub'lic works projects during the previous three years, that demonstrate a laek of effective management by the bidder of making tirnely and appropriate payments to its subcontractors, suppliers, and workers, u�nless there are extenuating circumstances acceptable to the City. b. The bidder shall have a reasonable history of successfully cornpleted projects of a similar size and scope as required by the contract documents for this . project. The City will evaFuate whether the projects were "successfully completed" and of a"similar size and scope." c. The bidder shall have evidence that it is able to begin and complete the work, and complete it in a timely fashion. d. Not be disqualified for bidding on any public works contract under RCW 36.06.010 or 36.12065(13). 3. As evidence that the bidder meets the supplemental bidder responsibility criteria in paragraph (B)(2) above, the apparent low bidder must submit the following documentation to the City within 48 hours of the bid opening. The City reserves the right to request such documentation from other bidders also. Refusal to provide such information upon request may cause the bid to be rejected. a. The bidder shall submit a list of the public works projects com:pleted wi�hin the previous three years and include for each project the following City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School . Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page13 2012 R�B ver. 1-08 � c. information; the owner and contact information for the owner; a fist of claims filed against the retainage, payment, or :performance bond for any of the projects listed; a written explanation of the circumstances surrounding each claim and the ultimate resolution of the claim. The bidder shall submit a list of projects of similar size and scope to this project and include information about each project, inctuding the fiollowing: the owner and contact information for the owner; the awarded contract amount; the final contract amount; a description of the scope of the project and how the project is similar to this project; the bidder's assessment of its performance of each project. The information should include any information regarding performance in the following areas; quality control; safety record; time4iness of performance; use of skilled personnel; management of subcontractors; availability of and use of appropriate equipment; compliance with contract documents; management of submittals process, change orders, and close-out. � The bidder shall furnish acceptable evidence of the bidder's current ability to perforrn, such as firm commitments by subcontractors, equipment, supplies and facilities, and the bidder's a'bility to obtain the necessary personnel. 4. If the City determines the bidder does not meet the bidder responsibility :criteria in paragraph (B)(2) above and is therefore not a responsible bidder, the City shall notify the bidder in writing with the reasons for its determination. If the bidder disagrees with this determination, it may appeal the determination within 24 hours of receipt of the City's determination by presenting addltional information to the City and meeting the requirements of section 1-20(B). The City will consider the additional information before issuing its final determination. If the final determination affirms that the bidder is not responsible, the City will not execute a contract with any other bidder until two business days after the bidder determined to be not responsible has received the final determination. C. Lowest Bid — The lowest bid shall be determined as set forth on the Bid Form. �, � The acceptance of a bid will be evidenced by a:Notice of Award. No other act of the City shall constitute acceptance of a bid. Within ten (10) days after receipt of Notice of Award, the bidder whose bid is accepted, shall furnish the required perFormance bond, '� certificate of insurance, execute the contract and pertorm all other acts required by the bid and contract documents as conditions precedent to forrnation of the contract. � 1-15 Procedure.s When Only One Bid is Received In the event only a single responsive bid is received, the City reserves the right to conduct a ' price and/or cost analysis of such bid. The sole bidder shall provide such information, data and other documentation as deemed necessary by the City for such analysis. The Cifiy reserves the right to reject such bid. CI 1-16 Bid Documents Bidders are required to submit with the bid package the following: � City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 14 2012 ' RFB ver. 1-08 A. AttachmentA — No Bid Response Form, if applicable. B. AttachmentB— Bid Form. C. Attachment C— Bid Schedule. D. Attachment D— Bid Signature Page. f. AttachmentE— Bid Bond Form. F. AttachmentF— Combined Affidavit and Certification Form. G. Attachment G— Contractor's Compliance Statement. By submitting a bid, the Contractor agrees as follows: A. Conflict of Interest — That it has no direct or indirect pecuniary or proprietary interest, that it shall not acquire any interest which conflicts in any manner or degree with the work, services, equipment or materials required to be performed and/or provided under this contract and that it shall not employ any person or agent having any such interests. In the event that the Contractor or its agents, employees or representatives hereafter acquires such a conflict of interest, it shall immediately disclose such interest to the City and take action immediately to eliminate the conflict or to withdraw from this contract, as the City may require. B. Contingent Fees and Gratuities 1. That no person or selling agency except bona fide employees or designated agents or representatives of the Contractor'have been employed or retained to solicit or secure this contract with an agreement or understanding that a commission, percentage, brokerage, or contingent fee would be paid; and 2. That no gratuities in the form of entertainment, gifts or otherwise, were offered or given by the Contractor or any of its agents, employees or representatives, �to any official, member or employee of the City or other governmental agency with a view toward securing this contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to the awarding or amending, or the making of any determination with respect to the per#ormance of this contract. 1-17 Conflicts of Interest and NoncompetFtive Pract�ces 1-18 Bid Security No bid will be considered unless accompanied by either a cashier's or certified check i�n an ' amount equal to five percent (5%) of the Total Bid Price as ind�icated on Attachment B, "Bid Form', or a bid bond in the form of Attachment E. The check or bond shall be payable to the City; it shall be forFeited as fixed and liquidated damages in case the bidder fails, neglects or refuses to enter into a contract for the faithful perFormance of said work , (including the providing of any evidence of insurance and/or performance bond required � City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elernentary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 15 � RFB ver. 1-08 2012 , CI ' ' herein), in the event the contract is awarded to them, within ten (10) days after the award is made. If a bid bond is submitted in lieu of a check, it shall be executed by a corporate surety authorized to transact business in the State of Washington and in the form prescribed in Attachment E, "Bid Bond". The City further reserves the right to hold all bids (and the accompanying bid security) from the date of the bid opening until the contract and any performance/payment bond are executed, provided that such period does not exceed ninety (90) days, and each bid shall remain effective during that period. 1-19 PerFormance/Payment Bond The bidder to whom the City has awarded this Contract will remove the ' PerFormance/Payment Bond (Exhibit E) attached to the Public Works Contract and deliver it to the City fully executed by the bidder and a surety company in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract price as security for the faithful perFormance of the work ' including the payment of all persons furnishing materials and performing labor on the work and all payments arising from the performance of the work due the State of Washington pursuant to Titles 50 and 51 RCW. Such bond must be executed by a duly licensed surety company, which is registered with the Washington State Insurance Comrnissioner, and the ' surety's name shall appear in the current Authorized Insurance Company List in the State of Washington, published by the Office of the Insurance Commissioner. The scope of the Per�ormance/Payment Bond (Exhibit E) shall in no way affect or alter the liabilities of the ' Contractor to the City under Section 8"Indemnification" of the Public Works Contract. ��, C'� , , C�I � ��I� � � � The.City may require the surety company to appear and qualify itself upon the bond. Tf, at any time, the City determines in its sole judgment that the sure�y corrrpany is insufficient, the City may require the Contractor to furnish addit+onal surety in form and arrangement satisfactory to the City and in an amount not exceeding that originally required. The Contractor shall submit a pertormance bond cornplying with the requirements of tMis paragraph within ten (10) days after the award is made. Payments will not be made on the Contract untii sufficient surety as required is furnished. 1-20 Bid Disputie A. Any actual or prospective bidder, including sub-contractors and suppliers showing a substantial economic interest in this contract who is aggrieved in connection with the solicitation or award of this contract, may protest to the City in accordance with the procedures set forth herein. Protests based on the specifications or other terms in the contract documents, which are apparent prior to the date established for submittal of bids, shall be subrnitted not later than ten (10) calendar days prior to said date, or shall be deemed waived. All other protests shall be accepted only from actual bidders and shall be submitted within five (5) calendar days after the aggrieved person knows or should have known of the facts and circumstances upon which the protest is based; provided, however, that in no event shall a protest be considered if all bids are rejected or after the award of this contract. B. In order to be considered, a protest shall be in writing and shall include: (1) the name and address of the aggrieved person; (2) �he RFB number and contract title under which City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 16 ' RFB ver. 1-08 2U12 RFB #12-102 , the protest is submitted; (3) a detailed description of the specific grounds for protest ' and any supporting documentation; and (4) the specific ruling or relief requested. The written protest sha'll be addressed to: ' � �l ' , ' City of Federal Way Federal Way, Washington 98003-6325 Attention: Bid Protest -- Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB # 12-102 C. Upon receEpt of a written protest, the City wiN promptly consider the protest. The Cty may give notice of the protest and its basis to other persons, including bidders involved in or affected by the protest; such other persons may be given an opportunity to submit their views and relevant information. If the protest is not resolved by mutual agreement of the aggrieved person and the City, the City will promptly issue a decision in writing stating the reasons for the action taken and informing the aggrieved person of his or her right to appeal the decision to the Mayor or his or her designee. A copy of the decision shall be mailed (by certified mail, return receipt requested) or otherwise promp�y furnished to the aggrieved person and any other interested parties who requested a copy of the decision. The decision will be considered final and conclusive unless appealed within five (5) calendar days after receipt of the decision to the Mayor or his or her designee. If the decision is appealed, then the subsequent determination of the Mayor or his or her designee shall issue within five (5) days of the Mayor's receipt of th� appeal and shall be final and conclusive. D. Failure to comply with these protest procedures will render a protest untimely or inadequate and shall result in rejection thereof by the City. y�_ • _ � - ` ` • � :� � L • � _� � • � _�� • 2-1 Administration This contract will be between the City and the Contractor who wifl be responsible " for , delivering all equipment and performing all work and services described herein. The City is not party to defining the division of work between the Contractor and the Contractors subcontractors, if any, and the specifications have not been written with this intent. � ' � �I C ' ' The Contractor represents that it has or will obtain all personnel and equipment required to perform the services hereunder, Such persannel shall not be employees of the City. The Contractor's performance under this contract will be monitored and reviewed by lohn Mul:key, P.E., Street Systems Project Engineer. Questions by the Contractor regarding interpretation of the terms, provisions and requirements of this contract shall be addressed to John Mulkey, P.E., Street Systems Project Engineer, for response. 2-2 Proof of Compliance with Contract In order tt�at the City may determine whether the Contractor has complied with the requirements of the contract documents, the Contractor shall, at any time when requested, City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 17 , �tFB ver. 1-08 2U12 RFB #12-102 � � , ' ' ' submit to the City properly authenticated documents or other satisfactory proofs as to the Contractor's compliance with such requirements. 2-3 Contract Documents and Precedenae ' , , ' 2-4 , , 2-5 ' ' ' , ' The documents embodying the legally b.inding obligations between the City and the Contractor for com of the work consist of the foliowing: The City's Request for Bid, Bid Form, Bid Sig:nature Page, Instructions to Bidders, Bid Bond, Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Contract, General ContractuaJ Terms and Conditions, Contractor's Compliance Staternent, Combined Affidavit and Certification Form, Notice of Cornpletion of Public Works Contract attached as Exh�bit A, Contract Change Order Agreement attached as Exhibit B, Notice to Labor Unions or Other Employrnent Organizations Nondiscrimination in Employment attached as Exhibit C, Certificate(s) of Insurance Form attached hereto as Exhibit D, Performance/Payment Bond attached hereto as Exhibit E, Title VI Assurances attached as Exhibit F, 2012 WSDOT / APWA S�ndard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction, Amendments to the Sta.ndard Specifications, Addenda and Change Orders, and the Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Special Provisions, FHWA 1273 attached as Appendix A, Standard Plans and Details attached as Appendix B, current Prevailing Wage Rates and Benefit Code Key attached as Appendix C and Geotechnical Boring togs attached as Appendix D and all other append,ices attached hereto and incorporated by this reference, (col'lectively t�e "Contract Documents'�. The contract document� are intended to be complementary so that what is required by any one of them shall be as binding as if called for by ali of them. In the event of any conflicting provisions or requirements within the several parts of the contract documents, the City will issue an interpretation regarding the controlling provision, which interpretation shall be binding. Charges to Contractor Charges which are the obligation of the Contractor under the terms of the contract shall be paid by the Contractor to the City on demand and may be deducted by the City ftom any money due or to become due to the Contractor under the contract and may be recovered by the City from the Contractor or its surety. Change Orders The City may, at any time, without notice to the sureties, by written order designated or indicated to be a change order, make any change in the specifications within the scope of this contract. Oral orders will not be binding on the City unless confirmed in writing by the City. Except as provided herein, no order, statement, or conduct of the City will be treated as a change hereunder or will entitle the Contractor to an equitable adjustment. If any change hereunder causes an increase or decrease in the Contractor's cost af, or time required for, the perFormance or any part of the work under this contract, an equ�table adjustment wifi be made and the contract modified in writing accordingly. If the Contractor intends to assert a claim for an equitable adjustrnent hereunder, it shall immediately give a singed written notice of protest to the Project Engineer of the Project City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to Schbol RFB #12-102 Page18 2012 ' RFB ver. 1-08 ' , Engineer's field inspectors before doing the work. The contractor shall supplement the written protest within 15 calendar days with a written statement that provides the following: a. The date of the protested order; ' b. The nature and circumstances that caused the protest; c. The contract provisions that support the protest; d. The estimated dollar cost, if any, of the protested work and how that , estimate was determined; e. An analysis of the progress schedule sho�ri�ng the schedule change or disruption if the Contractor is asserting a schedule change or disruption. The Contractor shall supply such supporting documents and analysis for the claims as the City may require to determine if the claims and cost have merit. ' , If the protest is continuing, the information required above shall be supplemented as requested by the Project Engineer. In addition, the Contractor shall provide the Project Engineer before final payment, a written statement of the actual adjustment requested. No claim by the Contractor for an equitable adjustment hereunder witl be allowed if asserted after the Final Contract Voucher Certification has been submitted. 2-6 Work and Mai�rials Omitted ' ' 2-7 , ' 2-8 ' � 2-9 The Contractor shall, when directed in writing by the City, omit work, services and materials to be fumished under the contract and fhe value of the omitted work and materials will be deducted from the contract price and the delivery schedule will be reviewed if appropriate. The value of the omitted work, services and .materials will be a lump sum or unit price, as mutually agreed upon in writing by the Contractor and the City. If the parties cannot agree on an appropriate deduction, the City reserves the right to issue a unilateral change order adjusting the price and the delivery schedule. Washington State Sales Tax The Contractor shall make payment directly to the State for all applicable Washington State sales taxes and all other governmental taxes, assessments and charges. Shipping Charges All prices shall include freight. Requests for additional compensation for freight charges will be rejected by the City. No Waiver of Warranties and Contract Rights Conducting of tests and inspections, review of specifications or plans, payment for goods or ' services, or acceptance by the City does not constitute a waiver, modifcation or exclusion of any express or implied warranty or any right under th,is contract or in law. ' � 2-10 Legal Relations City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes io School Page 19 ' RFB ver. 1-08 � RFB #12-102 2012 � The Contractor shall comply with all of the City's resolutions and regulations appiicable ' under this contract and with any local, state or federal law or regulation applica'ble to the materials, equipment or service provided under this contract. Neither the Contractor nor the City shall assign any interest, obligation or benefit wnder or in this contract or transfer ' any interest in the same, whether by assignment or novation, without prior written consent of the other parry. This contract shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the successors of fhe parties. 2-11 Applicable Law and Forum Except as hereinafter specifically provided, this contract shall be governed by and construed according to the laws of the State of Washington including, but.not iimited to, the Uniform Commercial Code, Title 62A RCW. Any suit arising herefrom shall be brought in King County Superior Court, which shall have sole and exclusive jurisdiction and venue. 2-12 Hazardous Chemical Communication In order to comply with WAC 296-62-054, Hazard Communication, the Contractor shall submit with each shipment a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for all products containing any toxic products that may be harmful to the end user. The MSDS Sheet is to accompany the toxic produCt(s) to the specified delivery srtes. Include the following information in the MSDS: A. Chemical Abstract Service {CAS) numbers for every chemical that is Iisted in the MSDS. B. if the product is actually used diluted, the dilution rate should be so stated in the MSDS and the hazards and corresponding personal protection, etc., a`Iso be listed. C. A statement as to the intended use of the product. 2-13 Delivery and Liquidated Damages Time is of the essence of the contract and each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. The Contractor will be held to strict compliance with the prescribed date(s) set forth in these contract documents. For each and every day that delivery is delayed beyond the specific date(s), damage will be sustained by the City. Because of the difficulty in computing the achual damages and disadvantages to the City, and as a reasona�ble forecast of actual damages which the City wip suffer by the delay in delivery, the parties agree that for each such delay the Contractor will pay the City liquidated damages (and not as a penalry) in accordance with Section 1.3 of Attachment I, Public Works Contract, to compensate for any damages caused by such delay. The City may deduct fram any payment owing to the Contractor, any liquidated damages, which may be incurred by the Contractor pursuant to this paragraph. 2-14 Force Majeure City of Federal Way Mark Twain Eiementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 20 2012 RFS ver. 1-08 � 1 �� The Contractor's or City's failure to perForm any of its obligations under this contract shall be excused if due to causes beyond the control and withaut the fault or negligence of the Contractor or City, respectively, including, but not restricted to, acts of God, acts of public enemy, acts of any government, fire, floods, epidemics, and strikes. 2-15 Patents, Copyrights and Rights in Data Any patentable result or material suitable for copyright arising out of this contract shall be owned by and made available to the City for pub4ic use, ur�less the City shall, in a specific case where it is legally permissible, determine that it is in the public interest that it not be so owned or available. The Contractor agrees that the ownership of any plans, drawings, designs, specificatio�s, ' computer programs, technicai reports, operating manuals, calculations, notes and other work submitted or which is specified to be delivered under this contract, whether or not complete (referred to in this subsection as "Subject Data'�, shall 'be vested in the City or ' - such other local, state or federal agency, if any, as may be provided by separate contract with the City. , All such Subject Data fumished by the Contractor pursuant to this contract, other than documents exclusively for internal use by the City, shall carry such notations on the front cover or a title page (or in such case of maps, in the same block) as may be requested by ' the City. The Contractor shall also place their endorsement on all Subject Data fumished by them. All such identification details shal! be subject to appraval by the City prior to printing. � ' The Contractor shall ensure that substantially the foregoing paragraphs are included in each subcontract for the work on the project. 2-16 Patents and Royalties ' � The costs involved in license fees, royalties or in defending claims for any patented invention, article, process or method fhat may be used in or connected w�ith the wock under this contract or with the use of complete work by the City, shall be paid by the Contractor. The Contractor and the Contractor's sureties sha:ll, at their own cost, defend, indemnify and hold the City, together wifh its officers and employees, harmless against any and all demands made for such fees, royalties or claims brought or made by the holder of any invention or patent. Before final payment is made on the account of this contract, the Contractor shalf, if requested by the City, furnish acceptable proof of a proper release of the City, its ofFcers, agents and employees from all such fees or claims. Should the Confiractor, its agent, servants or employees, or any of them be enjoined from ' furnishing or using any invention, article, material, computer programs or equipment supplied or required to be supplied or used under the contract, the Contractor shall promptly substitute other articles, materials, computer programs or equipment in lieu ' thereaf of equal efficiency, quality, fini5h, suitability and market value, and satisfactory. in a�l respects to the City. , ' ' 2-17 Disputes, Claims and Appeals City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 21 ' RFB ver. 1-08 RFB #12-102 2012 i� I � � If disputes occur during the contract, the Contractor shall pursue resolution through the Project Engineer. The Contractor shall follow the procedures outlined in Standard Specifications 1-04.5. Tf the negotiations using the procedures outlined in Section 1-04.35 fails to provide satisfactory resolution, the Contractor shall pursue the formal method outlined in standard Specification 1-09.11(2) for submitting a claim. All claims, counterclaims, disputes and other matters in question between the City and the ' Contractor that are not resolved between the Project Engineer and the Contractor will be decided in the Superior Court of King County, Washington, which shaU have exclusive jurisdiction and venue over all rnatters in question between the City and the Contractor. The ' contract shaN be interpreted and construed in the accordance with the laws of the state of Washington Pendi:ng flnal decision of the dispute hereunder, the Contractor shalJ proceed diligently wi�th the perFormance of the contract and in accordance with the direction of the Project Engineer. Failure to comply precisely with the time deadlines specified as to any claim, shall operate as a release of that claim and, presumption of prejudice to the City. 2-18 Recycled Products The Contractor shall use recycled paper for proposals and for any printed or photocopied material created pursuant to a contract with the City whenever practicable and use both sides of paper sheets for reports submitted to the City whenever practicable. In the event this RFB covers the sale of product to the �ty that is capable of containing recycled materials, Contractor is hereby advised that the City intends to procure products with recycled content, pursuant to the recycled content notice delivered with these bid documents. Contractor shall certify the percentage of recycled cor�tent and products sold to the City, including a percentage of post-consurner waste that is in the proctuct. This certification is required to be in the form of a label on the product or a statement by the Contractor attached to the bid documents. The certification on multi-component or multi- material products shaJl verify the percentage and type of post-consumer waste and recycled content by volume contained in the major constituents of the product. The Contractor agrees to grant the City, as a procuring agency, permission to verify the certification of recycled content by review of the bidder`s or manufacturer's records as a condition of any bid award, in the event of a bidder's protest, or other challenge to the bid accepted. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 22 RFB #12 2012 AttachmentA NO BID RESPONSE FORM When submitting a"No Bid", mail this completed form to Federal Way Purchasing, 33325 gtn Avenue South, Federal Way, Washington 98003-6325. Be sure the form is in a sealed envelope with the bid number and bid title indicated on the outside of the envelope. The form must be received by the date and time specified for the bid opening as indicated i:n Section 1-1. Failure to return this form if not submitting a formal bid rnay result in your firm being removed from the City's master bidder's ma'rling list. Bid Number: RFB No. 12-102 Bid Title: Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School ❑ Cannot comply with specifications. ❑ Cannot meet delivery requirement. o Do not regularly manufacture or sell the type of commodity involved. ❑ Other (please specify). Explanation of reason(s) checked: Check one of the following: ❑ WE DO a WE DO NOT desire to be retained on the mailing list for fwture procurements of this commodity. Firm Name: Address: Phone: Signature Name (Type or Print) City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-U8 Date Title RFB #12-102 Page 23 2012 � A�ment B BID FORM CI7Y OF FEDERAL WAY N�ark Twain Elementary Sdtor�l Sa�e Roubees �o School BID FORM 8idder: f`lP/�l Co�1.s�rk.c'.�Zo✓�. �, Date: � G,�N 1� �� ITEM BID AMOUNT TOTAL BID AMOUNT $ (inciuding Washingbon Stabe saies tax, ali other � S —� � a�� ovemme�rt i�ces ass�ssments and cfia es To Gty Counal Mernbers City of Federa! Way 33325 8th Ave South Federai Way, Washfngton 98��-b325 Pur�uant to and in complianoe with ycwr achrertisement for bids for c�n�on � Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Ra��bes to Schoal, and ather documents relating thereto, the undersigned has careFully examined all aF the bid and contract documerrts as the premise.s and conditioris affecting the delivery, supply and maintenance of Mark Twain Elementary School Saf+e Roubes to Schoof, and hereby proposes to furnish ail iabor, materials and peiform ali work as r�uired in strict accordance wfth the contrac� documerrts, for the above-referenced amount, indushre � Washingbon Stai� sales tax and al! other government taxes, assessmenfis and charges as required by law. The requined bid s�ccurity cansisting of a certified check, bid bond, or cashier's check in an amount of nat fess tf�an five percent (5°�) of the total amount bid is attached hereto, which it is agreed shail be collected and retained by ii�e City as liquidated damages in the event this bid is aaepted by the City within ninety (90} calendar days after ifie day of the bid apening and d�e undersigr�eed faiis bo execute the Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School PubGc Works Contract and to provide the required �ertifica�e of insurance to tfie Gty, under the condi�ons thereof, within ten (10) calendar days after the Notice of Award; otherwise said Bid Security will6e returned to the undersigned. Bond or Certifted Check � �� �u� D�iars {$ s,�_) The Bidder shaii oomplete this entire Btd Form or this bid may be considered non-r�sponsive. The Gty may correct obv�ous mathematical errors. City of Federal W ay Mark Twain Blementmy School Safe Routes w Scbool RFB �kI2-102 Page 24 2012 RFB ver. l-f�8 The City of Federal Way reserves the right to reject any and a!I bids, waive any informalities or minor irregularities in the bidding, and determine which bid ar bidder meets the criteria set fortfi in the bid documents. Receipt of the folfowing Addendurns is hereby acknowledged: Addgndum Na � Date Issued: �u�� �-� � .�?�� �Q �� � ( :%�� Adden�lum No. � Date Yssued: Addendum No. _ Da#e Lssued: C e� ' iIndividual (Uelet�e Two) ivP.w�c� `I � 7 o L Bidcfer's State License No. �2 /ID �C�� Bidder's Stabe Tax No. City of Federal Way Mark'Itivain Elementary School Safe Routes to School /Vi�'.vl ��rri s�ccc�t�x �, Firm Name .�� Signature D u��-� Title RFB #12-102 Page 25 2012 RFB ver. 1-08 Attachment C 81D SCHEDt1LE CI7Y OF FEDERAL WAY MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL SRTS Q443(OOS) AU u�t pricss in Bid Sc�edule A sheli �ciude app�abis sales �[. ITdIA IT6M OESCR�TION I1t�qT APPROX. tNIIT PR10E AMOUNT No. u�r � ar w�os ai�utnrr aouaas no�.uws c�rs cENrs 1 luir�o► Change EST 1 �5.0� �6,000 2 Constn�on surv+ayng LS 1 S, 7l � S� 710 �1s &�t 5ucvey ard Fleoard 3 �� LS '! , . ?UO y o� 4 SPCC P�n LS 1 3so 3 � 5 � �s , y, ���� ''���, 6 ProjeCt Tempo�ary T�at9c Conpol LS 1 7 0 8�fo 7 qpaRng mtd Qrubbing LS i c.,v � , o� B H�ne S�om� Se�w�er Pipe LF 10 �� 9 laemave Fenc� ar� Po�s LF 160 8� /. S� 10 S�ing LF 4pp ��j 0(� / . i t Retocatlort of ExiaNnp Bopalds l.S t oG „� � 12 Roeaa�ay Exca�atlon �r,a. ri� cv 430 � /�?, p�.� 7 ia u�� F� �, � io 3 S� 3 J'a � i 4 0�� eoROw �a. �r rn � � �°n G 0� ,s . «D' cY �� �� 3, l� � s S c,o �u� n aeae�e � sY �zo � o � 1 � c�u�,ed s�teang Top co� na � 30 �-� , 4 � �s � t�u rn � � � �g S� 12 P°I�tl'� sa°m � &� 7� :3aS � Du�iMe Jron S1orm Sewer Pipe 12 Yt. � � � �- 29 0 /� 21 Ceik;h B�in Type 1 EA O S 3 22 At�ust C81oh Ba� EA 3 �� � . City of l�ederal Way Mark Twain Elexnentary Schoal Safc Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 26 2012 RFB ver. 1-OS 23 v�ed grats tor Cetch sagin EA 1 '�� 37� 24 Drair�ge Outfall LS 1 � /�G� 25 8ionetentlo�t PEer�6er LS 1 �i �( t7 (O� D 26 Shai� or Extra Eaxav�ion q. B 3F � Q� ��� � aa�usc w�e► v�roe �o G� En s !�v 3 '' 2B Era�iardWffie► PoNution {�rtroi EST � �2.50p $2,50p � � Eroeian and se�rner�t � 1 � S �� �� J 3D Piastic Cw►ering SY � � � �� � 31 Inbt PrOtec�an EA 11 �[� �� � 32 SHt Fer�e IF � i/_ !��'.�� T 33 Wffi!le LF 200 �� �O p� / 34 TapsoY, TYPe A CY 78 �' 7 SCZ� 35 Bioretentiai Soil tYlix CY � � D"� L� OsY� � COrrM�s stoloni�r8'FarrolroYA1CliC � p� Q� �� oo�►ood, 2 r�. c�. �so r y� ZI � s7 ����, � � v� p � G�. Gont. 80 f Z- � _ 6 CGO Jur�us p�ar�/ Cnnxmn F�►,1 � fa81. Cont. � 8p � '� �(�-[7� � Seeded t.swn M�a�iOn SY � �� / r��/ ! t 40 Properiy ResMration EST 5,2,5Qp a2,5pQ 1 41 Cernent Conc. Gu'b �d GuQet' LF 360 �3 � a��� 42 MouMable Cemeni Concrete Curb LF � 3 °% �— 43 Cemerrt Conc_ Pede�an Utnb LF � �{o �` l70 � Biedc Yrryt C.oe�ed (�r► Linit � �� Fence 7ype B 315 7� 7 45 Cemerrt!Conc. Sklewaik SY st5 5� � S 46 Cwrwnt Conc. WekCway SY 15 ��` a � cernerd conc. aab Ramp rype �► Perpenatx�{ar A 2 pa a3� � Cernent Ca�c. Carb Ramp Type � Pera�el A 3 Cement Conc. Cwb F�amp Type � 49 PBfaNe1 B � 1 �� � Cement Co�ste Cub Remp Type EA 1 s �l� 3 � City of Federal Way Mark Twain fitementary School Safc Routes to SchaQt RFB #1�1Q2 Page 27 2412 . RFB ver. 1-08 51 �� CO�e Cu� Remp Type 2 52 Detectabde Waming Surface � saa� sz �sner s�9n a�y, ComP�eb9 � R�ec�erlgl�er � Beaoon � P�s� 56 P4�ic Slop E.ine. Type A 57 Pla�lic Cr�ik Line. Type A 58 Pta�ic Yieid L� s�nboi. Type A 5A Removing Pei�ed C�It LJne 80 Resoludon d Utl�r (�OOMlicts M 61 Polhating City of Federal Way Mark Twain �lementary 5chool Safe Routes to Schoal EtFB ver. 1-08 � 5F LS L5 �s LF SF EA � EST EST , l�� �l� � a'� ?�a , �25� r2s� , �3tq � �3,��� , , cr, � �,��' �cs / O �' 1 TbTAL PROJECT COST ����� mx) Page 28 /� $�,�0 34.000 O,� � �� 1 56.000 54.000 ��-v. R� #12-102 2012 Attachment D 8ID SI6NATURE PAGE Date: �w �y �, �/•� The undersigned bidder fiereby proposes and �re�.s to ddiver the equipment and/or services pursuant to the Mark Twain Elementary Schaol Safe Roubes to Schooi ar�l camply with atf other terms and conditions of fihe contract and bid documents of RFB 12-i02. No bidder may withdraw his/her bid fior a period of ninety (90) days after the day of �d openir�. The required bid security consisdng of a certified check, bid bond, or cashler's check in an amount of not less than five percent (SQi6) of the botal amount wili be delivered ba the (�ty. The undersigned individua! represents and warrants that he or she Is duliy audwrized to execute the bid and all bid documents an behalf of any partnership, joint venture or corporation. C.�rabm�/Partrt�tSRip ndividuai (Dielete Two) /Vi'til lonsfruc ft�rr Co. Com�any By: ._ ( gnature) /�Qn �� L�rl�-/i f2c� (Prir�tetl Name) Tts: o wr�P� (Title) �h.YS S S B'� � $� ���� y��, l ► �-� �� � ��� �'9so� � �'l��d�j�!/QY u' � ��� 99li o�ol� (Telephone Number) c�ty of F�a�� way Ma�k Twain Faementary School Safe Routes ta School �s #iz-�oz Page 29 2012 RFB ver. t-d8 b BOND: SCP1188 Attachment E SID BOND FORM Herewith find deposit in the form of a oertified check, cashiers check, cash, or t�d bond in the amount of $ , which amount is not less than flve percerrt (5°k) of the botai bid. BID BOND KNOW ALL PERSONS BY 7HESE PRESENTS that we, NPM CONSTRUCTION CO , � Principal, 8r1d I EXnN INSLIRANCE GOMPANY , as Suret�i, are held and firmly bound urrto the Gty of Federal Way, as Obiigee, in the penal sum of 5% o nMOtmiT Btn and �100 dollars ($s� oF a�our�r s�o 1, for the payment of which the Prfncipal and the Surety bond themselves, their heirs and executors, administrators, sucoessors and assigns, jointly and severaily, by these presents. The condi�on of this obligatlon is such that if the Obligee shal! make any award to the Prindpal for. Mark Twain Elementary Sc��ool Safe Roubes to Schoal Acoording to the terms of the proposal or bid made by tfie Principal therefnre, and the Principai shall duly make and enter Inb� a cbntract with the Obligee in acoordance with the terms of said proposal or bid and award and shall give bond for the laithful performance thereof, wfth Surety or Sureties approved by the Obiigee; or if the Principal shall in case of fatlure so to do, pay and forf�t to the Obligee the penal amount of the deposit speafied in the call for bids, then this obC�gatbn shall be nuli and void; othervvise, it shali be, and remain in htll force and efPect, and t� �reRy shail forthHritl� pay and farfeit to the Obligee as penaity and liquidated damages, the amou�rt of this bond. SIGIdED, SEALED AND DATED TtiIS 2 ND DAY OF t �E JULY . 201z . ���1��� T'RU 0 CO � P �� Robert D. Davenpo Attomey- In- Fact ��: 2nd Day of July _ Z01?. Received return of deposit in the sum of $ City of Feder�l Way Mark Twain Elementary Sclwol Safe Routes to Schoc�l RFB vet. 1-08 Page 30 RFB Ml2-102 2012 POWER OF ATTORNEY SCPI 188 LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY KNOW ALL MEN BY TI-IESE PRESENTS, ttmt LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY, a Texas Caporation with its principal office in Louisville, Kentucky, does hereby constitute and appoint: Robert D. Davenuort its true aad tawful Attorney(s}In-Fact to makq execute, seal and deliver for, and on iu behalf as surety, and as its act and dad a BID BOND unda bond o� nndertsking number SCP l 188 issued os1 behalf of N�t Conawcdon co penel sum of S S% OFAMT BID as principal � the T'1»s suthority is made under and by thc authoriry of a resolution which was passed by the Board of Diroctors of LEXON 1NSURANCE COMPAIVY on this 1" day of July, 2003 as follows: Resolved, that the Presidart of the Company is hereby authoriud to appoint and anpower any representative of the Company or other person or persons as Attomey-in-Fact to eue,cute on behalf of the Company any bonds, undertakings, policies, c�U�acts of indemnity or other writings obligatory in nature of a bond nat to exceed $ 5% OFAMT BID , which the Company might acecute tivough its duly elceted officers, and �x the seal of the Company hereto. Any said exa;uaon of suc6 docaments by an Attomey-in-Fact shall be as binding upon the Company as if they had been duly exec;uted and aclrnanvledged by the regularty elected officers of the Company. Any Attomey-in-Fact, so appoinud, may be removed for good cause and the suth�ity so grantod may be revokod as specified in the Power of Attomey. Resolv�, that the signawre of the President and the seal of t6e Company may be affixed by facsimile on any power of attomey granted, and the signature of the Vice-President, and the seal of the Company may be affixed by facsunile to aoy certificau of any such power and any such power or certificau bearing such facsimile signature snd seal shall be valid and binding on the Company. Any such power so executed and sealed and certificau so executed and sealed shall, with respect to nny bond or undertaking to which it is attached, continue to be valid and binding on the Company. IN WITNESS THEREOF, LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY has caused this instrument W be signed by itg President, and ia�y�Seal to be affixed this 2 day of July, 2003. LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY BY � David E. Campbell President ACKNOWLEDGEMEIVT Qn this'2°�!�!lf7uly, 2003, before rae, pasonaliy came David E. Campbell to me known, who being duly sworn, did depose and say that he is the President of LEXON IlVSURANCE COMPANY, the corporation described in and which acecuted ihe above inst�vment, tt►at he executed said instrumait on behalf of the corporation by suthority of his office under the By-laws of said co�poration. � ?pTAqy; t �►V i� CERTIFICATE �fMu�t� `J • �J� PJi Notary Public I, the unde�signed, Secretary of LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY, A Texas Company, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the original Power of Attomey of which the foregoing is a hve and correct copy, is ia full force and effect and has not ban revoked and the resolutions as set forth are now in force. Signed and Sealed at Louisville, Kentucky this 2nd Day of July , 2012 �,,. .. ' � (r . �,�: � ,: �*Y "WARNING: Any person who knowingly and with intrnt to defraud a�ry insurance company or othcr person, files an spplic�ion for insurance or statement of claim containing any materlally false infonnation, or cm►ceals for the purpose of misleading, inforn►ation conceming any fact material thcrcto, commits a&audulent insurance act, which is a crime and subjaKs such p�rson to criminal and civil penalties." Attachment F �ty of Federaf Way COMBINED AFFIDAiRT AND CERTTFICA'fION FORM Non-Collusion, Ar�ti Trust, Pre�railing Wage (Non-F�erai Aid), Debarment, Eligibitity, and Certificatlon of Lawful Employment NON-COLLUSION AFFiDAVIT Being flrst duly swom, deposes and says, that he/she is the ider�tical per�on who submitbed the fa'egoincJ proposal or bid, and that such bid is genuine and not sham or collusive or made in tl�e interest or on behatf of any persori rrot there'rn named, and furd�er, that the depanent has not directly induc�ed or soi'io#eed ar�y other 8'�dder on tix for�going wor)c equipment to put in a sham bid, or any ather person or cor�mration in refrain fran bidding, and that dep�tent has rwt in arry manner sought by oall� to secure to himself/Fierself or to any other person arry advar�tage over other Bidd� or Bidders; and NOTICE TO ALL BI�RS ON PRO]ECTS INVOLVING THE U.S. DEPARTMENT O� TRANSPORTATION (USDOT) To report bid rigging activities call: 1-800-424-9071 The U.S. D�artrner►t af Transportation (USDO'� opera�es the aboMe b�lhfree hotltne Monday through kiday, 8:Op a.m. � 5:00 p.m., Eas�ern Time. Anyone with bw�e of po�ible k�d rigging, bidder c�ol�us�on, or otfi� frat�dulent aclivvities shoukf use the hoiiine to re�rt such activities. The ho�tline is part of USDOTs continuing eff�ort to identify and inv�gate highway oor�strudion contract fraud and abuse and is operatied under the direcbio� af the USDaT Inspector Generai. A8 informatian will be treated oanfide�ially and rafler an�ymity wtli be respecGed; and CERTIFICATION RE: ASSIGNM8117' OF ANTI-TRUS'�' CLAIMS TO PEJRCHASER Vendor and pur�has1er r�oognize that in activai ec�rromic practice, o�rercharges rewi�ng frcun antl- trust violatians are, in Fact, usvaliy bome by the purchaser. Therefore, v�ndor hereby assigns to purchaser any and all claims for �ch overchar�s as to c�oods and matieriats �rchased in connectlon with this order or contr�act, exvept as to o�arges �ng from artti-trust vidations commencing after tiie date af the bid, quotation, or other event e.stablishing the prioe under this order or contract. In add�ton, vendor warrants and represents that each of his suppliers and subcontracbars shall assign any and all such daims to purchaser, subject to the aforementioned exception; and PREVAILING WAGE AFFADANTT I, the under�gr�d, havin9 duil► swam, dePc�ed say and certify that in camectlon wiifi the p�rfotman�e of tfie w�k of this project, wiU pay each dassification of taborer, w�orkpersat, or med�ani� employed in the perf'ormanoe c�F such work not Iess than ��vai6ng rafie � wage or not less than the min'imum ra#e of w�e as specified in the principal mrrtract; that I have read the abrnre and forgang statement and certlflcate, know the coMer�ts thereof and the substanoe as set forth therein, is true to my knowledge and belief; and City of Pederal way Mark Twsin Elementary Schoo! Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 31 2012 RFB ver, 1-0S DEBARMENT AFFIDAVIT I certify that, except as noted below, the firm, association or corporation or any person in a c�ntrolling capacity assodated therewith or any position involving the administration of federal funds; is not currentiy urzder suspension, debarment, volurrtary exclusion, or debermination of in�ligibilfty by any federal agency; has not been suspended, debarred, vaiuntarify exctuded or determined ineligibte by any federal agency within the past three (3) years; does not have a p�oposed debannent pending; and has not been indic*ed, o�nvicted, or had a civil judgment render�d against said person, firm, association or corporation by a court of competent jurisdiction in any matber invc��ving fraud or officiaf misoonduct withln the past three (3) years. AFFIDAVIT OF ELIGIBILITY Tt�e Cor�tractor certifies that �t is properly Iicensed and r�egisbered under the laws of tfie Stabe of Washington and has not been rlCetermined to have been in violation of RCW 50.12.070(1)(b), RCW 5z.16.070(1)(b), or RCW 82.32.070(2) within the last two years. The Contractor further certifles that it has not been determined, within the last one year, ta have committed arry combination of iwa of the fdfowing �iolations or infractions within a five-year period: (1) �olated RCV11 51.48.020(1) or 51.�8.ip3; or (2) Commftted an infrac�ion or vlolation under chapter 1$.27 RCW. CERTIFICATION pF LAYY�Ui. EMPLOYMENT The contractor hereby certifies that it has comptied with aN provisions of the Immigration and Natianality Act, nc�v or as herein aPoer arnended, 8 USC Seclaon 1101 et. seq., and that all empbyees, including subcor�tractor ernptoyees, are lawfully permitted to perform work in the United State.s as provided in this agreement with �he City of Federal Way. FUR: Non-Collusion Affidavit, Assignment of Anti-Trust Ciaims ta Purchaser, Prevailing Wage Af�idavit, Debarment Affidavi�, Affidavit Of Eligibility, and Certificafion of Lawful Employmen� Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Name of Bidders Firm ����'��'`�� �i�G�n3?'� Signature of Authorized Represer�tative of Btdder Subscribed and sworn te-b ,�8r� this '=�iay of � _ , 2Q1� Not�ry Publk State sf �Vashin�ton NANDO P. MERLtNO MY COMMISSION EXPIRES Aprit 09, 2014 City of FederaI Way Mark'Irvain Elemernary School Safe Routes to School �� G�S � fl"O (printed/typed name of �otary) Natary Public in and for the State of Washir�gton My oommission expires: � — 9 — /� RFB #12-102 • Page 32 2012 RFS ver. i-OS At#ad�ment G CONTRACTOR'S COMPLIANCE STATEMENT (President's Executive Orcler #11246) This stabement relates bo a proposal contract with the City of Federal Way named Mark Twain Elementary Sciwol Safe Rou#es to School oate: � � ?v/.� I am the undersigned bidder or praspective contractor. I represent that: I iave, ❑ have not, participated 'rn a previous corrtract or subco�rhact subject to the President's ExeCUtive Order #11Z46 (regarding equal employment opporlunity) or a pr�ceding sfmilar Executive Order. N�µ ��s��� � � Name of Bidder By: �t� Signature Its: flGVY�I� Title �O � �'�9 yf�� l�'�/l.�. �/.� 9�38 A�Jdress - City of Federal Way Ma�k Twain Elemencary School Safe Routes to 3chool RFB #12-102 Page 33 2012 RFB ver, 1-08 --, I 'I u � Aftachment H PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ' FOR MARK TWAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL ' ' ' , ' ' THIS PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ('�Contract'� is dated effective this day of , 2012 and is made by and between the City of Federal Way, a Washington municipal corporation ("City or Owner'�, and Nando Perry Merlino d.b.a. NPM Construction Company, a Sole Proprietorship ("Contractor'�. A. The City desires to retain an independent contractor to furnish all labor and materials necessary to perform work necessary to complete the Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Project located at , Federal Way, Washington ("Properly'�; and B. The Contractor has the requisite skill and experience to perform such work. NOW, THEREFORE, the parties ("Parties'� agree to the following terms and conditions: 1. SERVICES BY CONTRACTOR 1.1 Description of Work. Contractor shall perform all work and furnish all tools, materials, supplies, equipment, labor and other items incidental theret ' completion of the work, more particularly described as the Routes to School project, including without limitation: o necessary for the construction and Mark Twain Elementary School Safe ' new asphalt concrete sidewalks, ADA ramps, drainage improvements, pavement markings, school zone flasher assembly installation, rectangular rapid flashing beacon assembly installation, landscaping and other work ("Work'�, in accordance with and as described in the Contract ' Documents, which include without limitation, this Contract, Request for Bids, Bidder's Checklist, Instructions to Bidders, General Contractual Terms and Conditions, Bid Form, Bid Signature Page, Bid Bond, Combined AfFdavit and Certification Form, Contractor's Compliance Statement, Notice of , Completion of Public Works Contract attached as Exhibit A, Contract Change Order Agreement attached as Exhibit B, Notice to Labor Unions or Other Employment Organizations Nondiscrimination in Employment attached as Exhibit C, Certificate(s) of Insurance Form attached ' hereto as Exhibit D, Performance / Payment Bond attached hereto as Exhibit E, Title VI Assurances attached hereto as Exhibit F, 2012 WSDOT / APWA Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction, Amendments to the Standard Specifications, contract Special Provisions, ' FHWA 1273 attached as Appendix A, Standard Plans and Details attached as Appendix B, current Prevailing Wage Rates and Benefit Code Key attached as Appendix C and Geotechnical Boring Logs attached as Appendix D and all other Appendices attached hereto and incorporated by this ' reference, (collectively the "Contract Documents'�, which Work shall be completed to the City's satisfaction, within the time period prescribed by the City and pursuant to the direction of the Mayor or his or her designee. ' 1.2 Completion Date. The Work shall be commenced within five (5) days of receipt by the Contractor of the City's Notice to Proceed. Notice to Proceed is expected to be given on July 16, ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School ' Page 34 RFB ver. 1-08 RFB #12-102 2012 2012. The Work shall be completed within 40 Working Days. Ali work, to include sign pole foundations, sidewalks, curb and gutter, storm drainage pavement restoration, pavement markings and plantings except for installation of poles and signs, shall be completed before September 4, 2012. In the event the Work is not substantially completed within the time specified, Contractor agrees to pay to the City liquidated damages in the amount set forth in fihe formula included in Section 1.3 of this Contract. The Work shall not be deemed completed until the City has accepted the Work and delivered a written Notice of Completion of Public Works Contract in the form attached hereto as Exhibit "A". 1.3 Liquidated Damaaes. Time is of the essence of the Contract. Delays inconvenience the public and cost taxpayers undue sums of money, adding time needed for administration, inspection, and supervision. It is irnpractical for the City to calculate the actual cost of delays. Accordingly, the Contractor agrees to pay liquidated damages calculated on the following formula for its failure to complete this Contract on time: (1) To pay (according to the following formula) liquidated damages for each working day beyond the number of working days established for completion, and � � � ' , �7 � , ' �J ' (2) To authorize the City to deduct these liquidated damages from any money due or coming due to the Contractor. LIQUIDATED DAMAGES PORMULA Where: LD = 0.15C T LD = Liquidated damages per working day (rounded to the nearest doflar). C = Original Contract a�mount. T= Original time for completion. When the Contract Work has progressed to the extent that fihe Contracting Agency has full use and benefits of the facilities, both form the operational and safety standpoint, all the initial plantings are completed and only minor incidental Work, replacement of temporary substitute facilities, plant establishment periods, or correction or repair remains to physically complete Che total Contract, the Engineer may determine the Contract work is substantially complete. The Engineer will notify the Contractor in writing of the Substantiai Completion Date. For overruns in Contract time occurring after the Date so established, the formula for liquidated damages shown above will not apply. For overruns in Contract time occurring after the Substantial Completion Date, liquidated damages shall be assessed on the basis of direct engineering and related costs assignable to the project until the actual Physical Complet�on Date of all the Contract Work. The Contractor shall complete the remaining work as promptly as possib1e. Upon request by the Project Engineer, the Contractor shall furnish a written schedule for completing the physical Work on the Contract. Liquidated darnages will not be assessed for any days for which an extension of time is granted. No deduction or payment of liquidated damages will, in any degree, release t�e Contractor from further obligations and Iiabilities to complete this entire Contract. 1.4 PerPormance Standard. Contractor shall perform the Work in a manner consistent with accepted practices for other properly licensed contractors. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School . Page 35 ' RFB ver. 1-08 RFB #12-102 2012 ' 1.5 Compliance with Laws. Contractor shall perform the Work in accordance with all ' applicabie federal, state and City laws, incfuding but not limited to all City ordinances, resolutions, standards or policies, as now existing or hereafter adopted or amended, and obtain all necessary permits and pay all permit, inspection or other fees, at its sole cost and expense. 1.6 Change Orders. The City may, at any time, without notice to sureties, order changes within the scope of the Work. Contractor agrees to fully penform any such alterations or additions to the Work. All such change orders shall be in the form of the Contract Change Order Agreement attached hereto as Exhibit "B ; which shall be signed by both the Contractor and the City, shall specifically state the change of the Work, the completion date for such changed Work, and any increase or decrease in the compensation to be paid to Contractor as a result of such change in the Work, Oral change orders shall not be binding upon the City unless confirmed in writing by the City. If any change hereunder causes an increases or decrease in the Contractor's cost of, or time required for, the performance or any part of the Work under this Contract, an equitable adjustment will be made and the Contract modi�ied in writing accordingly. If the Contractor intends to assert a claim for an equitable adjustment hereunder, it shall, wifhin five (5) days after receipt of a written change order from the City or after giving the written notice required above, as the case may be, submit to the City a written statement setting forth the general nature and monetary extent of such claim; provided the City, in its sole discretion, may extend such fve (5) day submittal period upon request by the Contractor. The Contractor shall supply such supporting documents and analysis for the claims as the City may require to determine if the claims and costs have merit. No claim will be allowed for any costs incurred more than five (5) days before the Contractor gives written notice as required. No claim by the Contractor for an equitable adjustment hereunder will be allowed if asserted after final payment under this Contract. 1J Work and Materials Omitted. The Contractor shall, when directed in writing by the �ty, ornit work, services and materials to be furnished under the Contract and the value of the omitted work and materials will be deducted from the Total Compensation and the delivery schedule will be reviewed if appropriate. The value of the omitted work, services and materials will be a lump sum or unit price, as mutually agreed upon in writing by the Contractor and the City. If the parties cannot agree on an appropriate deduction, the City reserves the right to issue a unilateral change order adjusting the price and the delivery schedule. _ 1.8 Utility Location. Contractor is responsible for locating any underground uti�ities affected � by the Work and is deemed fio be an excavator for purposes of Chapter 19.122 RCW, as amended. Contractor shall be responsible for compliance with Ghapter 19.122 RCW, including utilization of the "one call" locator system before commencing any excavation activities. � � ' ' ' 1.9 Air Environment. Contractor shall fully cover any and all loads of loose construcctaon materials including without limitation, sand, dirt, gravel, asphait, excavated materials, consixuction debris, etc., to protect said materials from air exposure and to minimize emission of airbome particles to fhe �mbient air environment within the City of Federal Way. 2, TERM Th:is Contract shall commence on the efFective date of this Contract and continue until the completion of the Work, which shall be no more than 40 working days to complete, and the expiratian of all warranties contained in the Contract Documents ("Term'�. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 36 ' RFB ver. 1-08 2012 RFB #12-102 ' ' 3. COMPENSATION 3.1 Total Compensation. In consideration of the Contractor performing the Work, the City ' agrees to pay the Contractor in accordance with Attachment "B", Bid Form (which includes the Bid Schedule), which amount shall constitute full and complete payment by the City ("Total Compensation'�. ■ 3.2 Contr�ctor Responsible for Taxes. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for the payment of any taxes irriposed by any lawful jurisdiction as a result of the performance and , payment of this Contract. 3.3 Nonpayment. The City shall have the right to withhold payment to the Contractor for ' any of the Work not completed in a satisfactory manner, in the City's sole discretion, which shall be withheld until such time as Contractor modifies or repairs the Work so that the Work is acceptable to the City. , 3.4 Method of Payment. The basis of payment wiil be the actual quantities of work perFormed according to the contract and as specified for payment. Payments will be made for work and labor performed and materials furnished under the contract according to the price in the , proposal unless otherwise provided. Partial payments will be made once each month, based on partial estimates prepared by the Engineer and signed by the Contractor. Failure to perform any obiigation under this Contract may be adequate reason for the City to withhold payments until the , , obligation is pertormed: u �I u ' ' I � �II ' Upon completion of al! work and after final inspection, the amount due the Contractor under the contract wili be paid based upon the final estimate made by the Engineer and signed by the Contractor. Payment to th.e Contractor for partial estimates, final estimates, and retained percentages shall 'be subject to controlling laws. ' _• ' •'��L �__�l_ _u�--� � In al'I Contractor services, programs or activities, and all Contractor hiring and employmer�t made possible by or resulting from this Contract, there shall be no discramination by Contractor or by Contractor's employees, agents, subcontractors ar representatives against any person because of sex, age {except minimum age and retirement provisions), race, color, creed, nationai origin, marital status or the presence of any disability, inciuding sensory, mental or physical handicaps, unless based upon a bona fide occupational qual�ification in relationship to hiring and employment, advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selecfion for training, including apprenticeship. Contractor comply with and shall not violate any of the terms of Chapter 49.60 RCW, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans With Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, 49 CFR Part 26, or any other applicable federal, state, or local law or regulation regarding non-discrimination. Any material violation of this provision shall be grounds for termination of this Contract by the City and, in the case of the Contractor's breach, may result in ineligibility for further City agreements. If this project involves fedecal funds including USDOT funds adrninistered by WSDOT, the contractor agrees to the clauses contai.ned in Exhibit F. Ciry of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 37 ' RFB ver. 1-08 2012 RFB #12-102 � � ' � r ' ' ' I '�J 5. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR/CONFLICT OF INTEREST 5.1 It is the intention and understanding of the Parties that the Contractor shail be an independent contractor and that the City shall be neither liable nor obligated to pay Contractor sick leave, vacation pay or any other benefit of employment, nor to pay any social security or other tax which may arise as an incident of employment. The Contractor shall pay all income and other taxes due. Industrial or any other insurance that is purchased for the benefit of the City, regardless of whether such may provide a secondary or incidental benefit to the Contractor, shall not be deemed to convert this Agreement to an employment contract. It is recognized that Contractor may or will be perForrning professional services during the Term for other parties; provided, however, that such pertormance of other services shall not conflict with or interfere with Contractor's ability to perForm the Services. Contractor agrees to resolve any such conflicts of interest in favor of the City. , 5.2 If the Contractor is a sole proprietorship or if this is a contract with an individual, the contractor agrees to notify the City and complete any required form if the Contractor retired under a State of Washington retirement system and agrees to indemnify any losses the City may sustain through the Contractor's failure to do so. � �..�� :_ _ _ � • ' � .' � 1.:_� 6.1 T�rmination Without Cause. Prior to the expiration of the Term, this Contract may be terminated without cause upon oral or written notice delivered to Contractor from the �ty. Upon termination, all supplies, materials, labor andJor equipment furnished prior to such date shall, at the City's option, become its properly. In the event Contractor is not in breach of any of the provisions of this Contract, Contractor will be paid for any portion of the Work which has been completed to the City's sa#isfaction, calculated by the percentage amount that portion of the Work completed and accepted by the City bears to the Total Cornpensation. 6.2 Termination 'For Cause. The City may immediately terminate this Contract, take possession of the Properky and all materials thereon and finish the Work by whatever methods it may deem expedient, upon the occurrence of any one or more of the following events: (1) If fhe Contractor should be adjudged a bankrupt. (2) If the Contractor should make a general assignment for the benefit of its creditors. i� ' �'� , � � (3) If a receiver should be appointed on the account of insolvency of Contractor. (4) If Contractor should persistently or repeatedly refuse or fail to supply a sufficient number of properly skilled workmen or proper materials for completion of the Work. (5) If the Contractor should fail to complete the Work within the time specified in this Contract. (6) If the Contractor should fail to complete the Work in campliance with the plans and specifications, to the City's satisfaction. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 38 � RFB ver. 1-08 2012 RFB #12-102 (7) If the Contractor should fail to make prompt payment to subcontractors or for material labor. (8) If Contractor should persistently disregard laws, ordinances or regulations of federal, state, or municipal agencies or subdivisions thereof. (9) If Contractor should per�istenfily disregard instructions of the Mayor or his or her representative. (10) If Contractor shall be in breach or violation of any term or provision of this Contract, or (11) If the Work is not being perFormed pursuant to RCW 49.28.050 or 49.28.060. 6.3 Resuft of Terrninat+on. In the event that this Contract is terminated for cause by the City, the City may do any or all of the foFlowing: (1) Stop nayments. The City shall cease any further payments to Contractor and Contractor shall be obligated to repay any payments it received under this contract. (2) Comnlete Work. The City may, but in no event is fhe City obligated to, complete the Work, which Work may be completed by the City's agents, employees or representatives or the City may retain independent persons or entities to complete the Work. Upon demand, Contractor agrees to pay to the City all of its costs and expenses in completing such Work. (3) Take Possession. The City may take possession of the Property and any equipment and rnateriais on the Property and may sale the same, the proceeds of which shaU be paid to the City for its damages. (4) Rernedies Not Exctusive. No remedy or election under this Contract shall be ' deemed an election by the City but shall be cumulative and in addition to all other remedies available to the City at law, in equity or by statute. ' 7. INDEMNIFICATION ' � ' � � 7.1 Contractor Indemnifcation. The Contractor agrees to indemnify, defend, and ho{d the City, its elected officials, officers, employees, agents, and volunteers harmless from any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and all attorney fees) to or by any and all persons or entities, including, without limitation, their respective agents, licensees, or representatives, arising from, resulting from, or connected with this Contract to the extent caused by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the Contractor, its partners, shareholders, agents, employees, or by the Contractor's breach of this Contract. Contractor waives any immunity that may be granted to it wnder the Washington State Industrial Insurance Act, Title 51 RCW. Contractor's indemnification shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount of darnages, com,pensation or benefits payable to or by any third party under workers' compensatio,n acts, disability beneflt acts or any other benefits acts or programs. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School � Page 39 ' RFB ver. 1-08 2012 RFB #12-102 ' 7.2 C� Indemnification. The City agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold the Contractor, its ' officers, directors, shareholders, partners, employees, and agents harmless frorn any and all claims, demands, losses, actions and liabilities (including costs and attorney fees) to or by any and all persons or entities, including without limitation, their respective agents, licenses, or ' representatives, arising from, resulting from or connected with this Contract to the extent solely caused by the negligent acts, errors, or omissions of the City, its employees or agents. ' � ' 7.3 Survival. The provisions of this Section shall survive the expiration or termination of this Contract with respect to any event occurring prior to such expiration or termination. . , . • _� �_��__ 8.1 Minimum Limits. The Contractor agrees to carry as a minimum, the following insurance, in such forms and with such carriers who have a rating which is satisfactory to the City: (ij Workers' compensation and employer's liability insurance in amounts sufFcient pursuant to the laws of the State of VUashington; (2) Commercial general liability insurance with combined single lirnits of liability not less than $5,000,000 for bodily injury, including personal injury or death, products liabil'rty and properly damage. (3) Automobile liability insurance with combined single limits of .liability not less t�an ', ' $2,000,000 for bodily injury, including personal injury or death and properly damage. 8.2 Endorsements. Each insurance policy shall contain, or be endorsed to contafn, the following provisions: (1) The City, its officers, officials, employees, vol�rnteers and agents shall each be named as additional insured. (2) Coverage may not be terminated or reduced in limits except after thirty (30) days prior written notice by certified mail, return receipt requested, to fhe City. (3) Coverage shaN be primary insurance as respects the City, its officials, employees and volunteers. Any insurance or self-insurance maintained by the City, its officials, employees or volunteers shall be in excess of Contractor's insurance. (4) Coverage shall apply to each insured separately against whom claim is made or suit is brought. (5) Coverage shall be written on an "occurrence" form as opposed to a"claims made" or "claims paid" form. ' 8.3 Verification, Contractor shall furnish the City with certificates of insurance evidencing the coverage required by the Section, in compliance with the Certificate(s) of Insurance Form attached hereto as Exhibit "D", which certificate must be executed by a person a�uthorized by the City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 40 � , RFB ver. 1-08 2012 RFB #12-102 ' insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The City reserves the right to require complete certified ' copies of all required insurance policies, at any time. 8.4 Subcontractors. Contractors shall include afl subcontractors as additional insured under ' its policies or shall furnish separate certificates for each subcontractor. All coverage for subcontractors shall be subject to all of the reqwirements stated herein. ' 8.S Deductib.les and Self-Insured Retentions. Any deductibles or self-insured retentions must be disclosed by Contractor and approved in writing by the City. At the option of the City, Contractor shall either reduce or eliminate such deducfibles or self-insured retentions or procure a ' bond guaranteeing payment for any amounts not covered by the insurance by reason of such deductibles or self-insured retentions. ' 8.6 Asbestos Abatement or Hazardous Materials. If materials work is pertormed, Contractor shall review coverag provide scope and 'limits of coverage that are appropriate ' satisfactory to the City. Contractor shall not commence any approved by the Risk Manager. asbestos abatement or hazardous e with the City's Risk Manager and for the scope of Work and are Work until its coverage has been ' 8J Termination. The Contractor's failure to provide the insurance coverage required by this Section sha'll be deemed to constitute non-acceptance of this Contract by the Contractor and the City may then award this Contract to the next lower bidder. ' � ' � � � ' ' ' , -� �� ► _ :•�-� Pursuant to RCW 39.08.010, Contractor shall post a Performance/Payment Bond in favor of the City, in the form attached to this Contract as Exhibit `�E" and incorporated by this reference, in a dollar amount satisfactory to the City; to guarantee Contractor's performance of the Work to the City's satisfaction; to insure Contractor's perFormance of all of the provisions of this Contract; and to guarantee Contractor's payment of all laborers, mechanics, subcontractors and material persons. Contractor's obligations under this Contract shall not be Iimited to the dollar amount of the bond. 10. SAFETY Contractor shall take all necessary precautions for the safety of employees on the work site and shall comply with all applicable provisions of federal, state and municipal safety and health laws and codes, including without limitation, all OSHA/WISHA requirements, Safety and Health Standards for Construction Work (Chapter 296-155 WAC), General Safety and Health Standards (Chapter 296-24 WAC), and General Occupational Health Standards {Chapter 296-62 WAC). Contractor shall erect and properly rnai�ntain, at all times, all necessary guards, barricades, signals and other safeguards at all unsafe places at or near the Work for the protection of its employees and the public, safe passageways at all road crossings, crosswalks, street intersections, post danger signs warning against any known or unusual hazards and do all other things necessary to prevent accident or loss of any Kind. Contractor shall protect from danger al1 water, sewer, gas, stearn. or other pipes or condu�i#s, and all hydrants and all other property fhat is likely to become displaced or darnaged by the execution of the Work. The Contractor shall, at its own expense, secure and maintain a safe storage place for its materials and equipment and is solely responsible for the same. City of Federal Way Mazk Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School Page 41 ' RFB ver. 1-08 RFB #12-102 2012 1 , � 11. PREVAILING WAGES 11.1 Wages of Employees. This contract is subject to the minimum wage requirements of Chapter 39.12 RCW and Chapter 49.28 RCW (as amended or supplemented). On Federal-aid projects, Federal wage laws and rules also apply. The Hourly minimum rates for wages and fringe benefits are listed in Appendix B. When Federal wage and fringe benefit rates are listed, the rates match those identified by the U.S. Department of Labor's "Decision Number" shown in Appendix B. The Contractor, any subcontractor, and all individuals or firms required by Chapter 39.12 RCW, Chapter 296-127 WAC, or the Federal Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (DBRA) to pay m�inimum prevailing wages, shall not pay any worker less than the minimum hourly wage rates and �fringe benefits required by Chap�er 39.12 RCW or the DBRA. Higher wages and benefits may be paid. '� ' When the project is subject to both State and Federal hourly mi:nimum rates for wages and fringe bene�ts and�when the two rates differ for similar kinds of labor, the Contractor shali not pay less than the higher rate unless the state rates are specifically preempted by Federal 1aw. The Contractor shall ensure that any firm (Supplier, Manufacturer, or Fabricator) that falls under the provisions of Chapter 39.12 RCW because of the definition "Contractor" in Chapter 296- 127-010 WAC, complies with all the requirements of Chapter 39.12 RCW. 11.2 Exemptions to Prevailina Wage. The prevailing wage requirements of Chapter 39.12 RCW, and as required in this Contract do not apply to: (1) Sole owners and their spouses; (2) Any partner who owns at least 30% of a parGnership; (3) The President, Uice President and Treasurer of a corporation if each one owns at least 30% of the corporation. 11.3 Re ortinq Requirements. On fonrns provided by the Industrial Statistician of State L&I, ' the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer the following for itself and for each firm covered under Chapter 39.12 RCW that provided work and materials of the contract: (1) A copy of an approved "Statement of Intent to Pay Prevailing Wages" State L&I form number F700-029-00U. The City wili make no payment under this contract for the work perFormed until this statement has been approved by State L&I and a certified copy of the approved form has been submitted to the City. (2) A copy of an approved "Affidavit of Prevailing Wages Paid," State L&I form number F700-007-000. The City will not release to fhe contractor any funds retained under Chapter 60.28:Oi1 RCVU until all of the '�Affiidavit of Prevailing Wages Pa�id" forms have .been approved by State L8cI and a certified copy of all the approved forms have been submitted to the City. The Contractor shall be responsible for requesting these forrns from the State L&I and for paying any appraval fees required by SCate L&I. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 42 RFB #12-102 2012 � ' ' � � � ' ' The Contractor agrees to maintain books, records, and documents which sufficiently and properly reflect all direct and indirect costs related to the performance of this Contract and such acco�nting procedures and practices as may be deemed necessary by the City to assure proper ' accounting of all funds paid pursuant to this Contract. These records shall be subject at all reasonable times to inspection, review or audit by the City, its authorized representative, the State Auditor, or other governmental officials authorized by law to monitor this Contract. ' 16. CLEAN UP ' At any time ordered by the City and immediately after complefiion af the Work, the Contractor shall, at its own expense, clean up and remove all refuse and unused materials of any kind resulting from the Work. In the event the Contractor fails to perform the necessary clean up, the City may, but in no event is it obligated to, pertorm the necessary clean up and the costs ' thereof shall be immediately paid by the Contractor to the City and/or the City may deduct its costs from any remaining payments due to the Contractor. Certified payrolls are required to be submitted by the Contractor to the City, for the Contractor and all subcontractors or lower tier subcontractors. 11.4 Disputes. In the event any dispute arises as to what are the prevailing rates of wages for work of a similar nature and such dispute cannot be resolved by the City and the Contractor, the matter shal'I be referred for arbitration to the Director of the Department of Labor and Indwstries of the State of Washington and fihe decision therein shatl be final and conclusive and binding on all parties involved in the dispute. 12. FAILURE TO PAY SUBCONTRACTORS In the event the Contractor shafl fail to pay any subcontractors or laborers, fail to pay for any materials, or fail to pay any insurance premiums, the City may terminate this Contract and/or the City may withhold from the money which may be due the Contrartor an amount necessary for the payment of such subcontractors, laborers, materials or premiums. � . �__•__.__� . �. u All originals and copies of work product, including plans, sketches, layouts, designs, design specifications, records, files, computer disks, magnetic media, afl finished or unflnished documents or material which may be produced or modified by Contractor while performing the Work shalt becorne the property of the City and shall be delivered to the City at its request. � � _ � _ ►. .!_� _ _�� Any records, reports, information, data or other documents or materials given to or prepared or assembled by the Gontractor under this Contract will be kept as confidential and shall not be made available to any individual or organization by the Contractor without prior written approval of the Gity. � :.•� ��. ��� • 1:_.: • :. ' .�. � _ � • 1 L� �_ � ' L__ �� _ � II_�_ , City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 43 , RFB ver. 1-08 2012 ' ' 17.1 Contractor Verification. The Contractor verifies that it has a certificate of registration with the State of Washington; has a current state unified business identifier number; is not disqualified from bidding on any public works contract under RCW 39.Ob.010 or 39.12.065 (3); has ' industrial insurance as required by Title 51 RCW, if applicable; has an employment security department number as required in Title 50 RCW, if applicable; has a state excise tax registration number as required in Title 82 RCW, if applicable; possesses a valid electrical contractor license as ' required by chapter 19.28 RCW, if applicable; and possesses an elevator confiractor �icense as required by chapter 70.87 RCW, if applicable. �� , � ' , ' 18.1 Ent�re Cflntract. The Contract Docaments contain all of the agreernents of the Parties with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this Contract and no prior agreements or understandings pertaining to any such matters shall be effective for any purpose. ■ 18.2 Modifica�ion. No provisions of this Contract, including this provision, rnay be amended or added to except by agreement in writing signed by the Parties or their respective successors in ' interest. 17.2 Subcontractor Contracts. The Contraetor shall include the language of this section in each of its first tier subcontracts, and shall require each of its subcontractors to incFude the same language of this section in each of their subcontracts, adjusting only as necessary the terms used for the contracting parties. Upon request of the Owner, the Contractor shall promptly provide documentation to the Owner demonstrating that the subeontractor meets the subcontractor responsibility criteria below. The requirements of this section apply to all subco�tractors regardless of tier. 17.3 Subcontcactor Verification. At the time of subcontract execution, the Contractor shall verify that each of its first tier subcontractors meets the following bidder responsibility criteria: Have a current certificate of registration in compliance with chapter 18.27 RCW, which must have been in effect at the time of subcontract bid submittal; Have a current Washington Unified Business Identifier (UBI) number; Not be disquatified from bidding on any public works contract under RCW 39.06.010 or 39.12.065 (3); Have Industrial Insurance (workers' compensation) coverage for the subcontractor's employees working in Washington, as required in Title 51 RCW, if applicable; A Washington Employment Security Department number, as required in Title 50 RCW, if applicable; A Washington Department of Revenue state excise tax registration number, as required in Ttle 82 RCVV, if applicable; An electrical contractor Iicense, if required by Ohapter 19.28 RCW, if applicable; An elevator contractor license, if required by Chapter 70.87 RCW. ;�_ '•�_ �1 18.3 Full Force and EfFect. Any provision of this Contract, which is declared invalid, void or illegal, shall in no way affect, irnpair, or invalidate any other provision hereof and such other provisions shall remain in full force and effect. ' 18.4 Assi, nq ment. The Contractor shall not transfer or assign, in whole or in part, any or all of its obligations and rights hereunder without the prior written consent of the �ty. In the event the City consents to any such assign,rnent or transfer, such consent shall in no way release the Contractor from any of its ob4igations or liabilities under this Contract. ' ' City of Federal Way Mazk'Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School i2FB #12-102 Page 44 , ItFB ver. 1-08 2012 � 18.5 Successors In Interest. Subject to the preceding Subsection, this Contract shall be ' binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties' successors in interest, heirs and assigns. 18.6 Attorney Fees. In the event the City or the Contractor defaults on the performance of , any terms in this Contract, and the Contractor or City places the enforcement of the Contract or any part thereof, or the collection of any monies due, or to become due hereunder, or recovery of possession of any belongings, in the hands of an attorney, or file suit upon the same, each Party , shal'I pay all its own attorneys' fees, costs and expenses. The venue for any dispute related to this Contract shall be King County, Washington. � , ' ' ' � 18.11 �ns. The respective captions of the Sections of this Contract are inserted for ' convenience of reference only and shall not be deemed to modify or otherwise affect in any respect any of the provisions of this Contract. � 18.12 Performance. Time is of the essence of this Contract and each and all of its provisions in which performance is a factor. Adherence to completion dates is essential to the Contractor's performance of this Contract. ' � � 18.7 No Waiver. Failure of the City to declare any breach or default �immediately upon occurrence thereof, or delay in taking any action in connection with, shall not waive such breach or default. Failure of the City to declare one breach or default does not act as a waiver of the City's right to declare another breach or default. - 18.8 Governing Law. This Contract shall be made in and shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance wit�h the laws of the State of Washington. 18.9 u hori . Each individual executing this Contract on behalf of the City and Contractor represents and warrants that such individuals are duly authorized to execute and deliver this Contract orr behalf of the Contractor or City. 18.10 otic s. Any notices required to be given by the City to Contractor or by the Contractor to the City shall be delivered to the Parties at the addresses set forth below. Any notices may be delivered personally to the addressee of the notice or may be deposited in the United States mail, postage prepaid, to the address set forth herein. Any notice so posted in the United States mail shaU be deemed received three (3) days afiter the date of mailing. 18.13 Compliance with Ethics Code. If a violation of the City's Ethics Resolu�ion No. 91-54, as amended, occurs as a result of the formation and/or performance of this Contract, this Contract may be rendered null and void, at the City's option. 18.14 �on�licting Provisions. In the e�ent of a conflict between the terms and provisions of any of the Contract Documents, the Mayor or his or her designee shall issue an interpretation of the controlling document, which interpretation shall be final and binding. DATED the day and year set forth above. ' � City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elernentary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 45 RFB ver. 1-08 ' 2012 CITY OF FEDERAL WAY By: Skip Priest, ayor 33325 8th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003-6325 ATTEST: . City Clerk, Carol McN illy, CMC APPROVED AS TO FORM: � ity Attorney, atricia A. Richardson City of Federat Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 46 x�s #i2-io2 2012 , 1 ' 1 � J ' ' ' STATE OF WASHINGTON ) By: � (Signature) 1l/�a r�o /u��'�� n� (Name) J� F.3�,� / � 9 � / 1/Cc/l GlJ/9 Fs� � (Addres ya f g gG o s'��o (Phone) - ) ss. ' COUNTY OF ) _ On this day personally appeared before me, �W�� , to me ' known to be the individual described in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and on oath swore that he/she/they executed the foregoing instrument as his/her/their free and voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. ' GIVEN my hand and official seal this r��` day of , ���ii������ lr— ,�+�''�-�-:�.N:'� � -_ << �t,,`?'••''ssiv;� •••�q = �� � , c � ` • � � � �� � ' m. � �`•^�ei y � \ \ : cn��; �'UBLtC �� � " 9 >`F o� 2�:'� ',�O ��� ' � WASN� � � ' ' !�I ��J ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School 20 �Z (typed/prir�ted name of notary) Notary Public in and for the St e of Washington. My commission expires ��,'is�ll(� ' Page 47 RFB ver. 1-08 RFB #12-1�2 2012 �� 1 Email or Mail to both: � yV�,;� srate C DeparUnerk of Reve�ue Public works section PO Box 47474 OFympa WA 98504-7474 EXHIBIT A FAX (360j664-4159 PWC@dor.�ra-9ov r� ;°„ wasm�yycoa stac� >, �_ � Oepardnmt of iabor and industries /> Co�tract Release �`��� a �o eox aaz�a Olympia. WA 98504�272 FAX (360�J02�897 Con VadRelea se@Ini.wa.gov NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT ' Contractor's UB[ Number: . Date: ' ' �i � � ' ' LJ C;ontract Amount ' Additions ( + ) Reductions ( - ) Sab-Tota! ' Amount of Sales Tax Paid at p,p009� (If various rates appiy. please send a brrakdown) TOTAL ' 1 ' ' , ' City of Federal Way Mark Twaiu Elementary School Safe Routes to School ' RFB ver. l-08 $ $ Liquidated Damages $ $ Amount Disbursed $ $ O.OA Amount Retained $ $ $ 0.00 TOTAL $ 0.00 NOTE: These nvo totals must be equal RFB #12-102 Page 48 2012 Name & Address uf Pubfic Agency Departme�t Use On[y. CITY OF FEDERAL WAY Assigned to: 33325 8TH AVENUE S. FEDERAI, WAY, WA 98003 Date Assigned: ['LU-V�b-1AN 1V-LUiU �ev 3 i�zoe ��o; i v�a► Continued on page ease List ail Subcontractors Below: ibcontractor's Name: USI Number. it ID (if c assistance with any questions, p�ease contact: D.O.R (360) 725-7588 pwc@dor.wa.gov L&I {360) 902-4754 contractrelease@lni.wa.gov E.S.D (360) 902-9780 publicworks@esd.wa.gov ' tax assistance or to request t�►is document in an alternate format, visit http:/Jdor.wa.gov or cal! I-800-647-7706_ etype (TTY) users may caii (360) 705-67i8. 3-038-000 10-2010 / 3! 0020e{10/11/10> �� ' � uiaci ivamc= Cttle: ail Address: Phone Number. PAYM£Nf SHALL BE MADE FROM itETAINED FUNDS uniil teceipt of all release c,ertificates_ �itting Eorm: Ptease subc�►it the cornpieted form to both DOR & L&I. DOR witi forward copies of the form to Employment Securiry. EXHIBIT B CITY OF FEDERAL WAY CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER AGREEMENT PROJECT NUMBER PROJECT TlTLE CONTRACTOR SUMMARY OF PROPOSED CHANGES: The time provided for completion in the Contract is ❑ Unchanged ❑ Increased � Decreased by Calendar Days. This Document shall become an Amendment to the Contract and all provisions of the Contract not amended herein will apply to this Change Order. Will this change affect expiration or extent of Insurance coverage? ❑ Yes ❑ No If "Yes" Will the Policies Be Extended? ❑ Yes ❑ No PRICE CHANGE LUMP SUM: INCREASE $ DECREASE $ UNIT PRICE: THE IfEMS ARE APPROXIMATE OR ESTIMATED QUANTITiES INVOLVED IN THIS CHANGE ITEM NO. ITEM QUANTITY UNIT PRICE ADD 4R DELETE CHANGE ORDER EFFECTIVE DATE NUMBER TOTAL NET CONTRACT: INCREASE $ DECREASE $ STATEMENT: Payment for the above work wi// be in accordance with app/icab/e portions of tfie standard specifications, and with the understanding that all materia/s, workmanship and measurements sha// be in accordance with the pro�isions of the standard specifications, the contract p/ans, and the specia/ pro�isions goveming the types of construction. CONTRACTOR'S SIGNATURE DEPT. DIRECTOR/MANAGER SIGNATURE DATE City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 49 RFB #12-102 2012 DEPARTMENT RECAP TO DATE: ORIGINAL CONTRACT AMOUNT PREVIOUS CHANGE ORDERS THIS CHANGE ORDER *AD7USTMENTS NfW CONTRACT AMOUNT AD]USTMENTS CHANGE ORDER ESTIMATE IS HEREBY PAY THIS ADJUSTED AMOUNT *Adjustments: $ $ $ $ $ � I�NCREASED $ ❑ DECREASED $ $ DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR'S SIGNATURE City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 x� #ia-ioa Page 50 2U12 , � � �� EXHIBIT C NOTICE TO LABOR UNIONS OR OTHER EMPLOYMENT ORGANIZATIONS NONDISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT T0: ALL EMPLOYEES AND TO: (N'ame of Union or Organization) The undersigned currently holds contract(s) with funds or credit of the City of Federal Way, Washington, or {a) su contraetor holding such contract(s). involving w�th a prime You are advised that, under the provisions of the above contract(s) subcontract(s) and in accordance with Section 202 of Executive Order 11246 dated 5eptember , 4, 1965, the undersigned ' is obliged not to discriminate against any employee or applicant of ployment because of race, color, creed or national origin. This obligation not to discriminate ' employment includes, but is not limited to, the following: EMPLOYMENT, UPGRADING, TRANSFER OR DEMOTION RECRUITMENT AND ADVERTISING RATES OF PAY OR OTHER FORMS �F COMPENSA SELECTlON FOR TRAINING INCLUDING This notice is furnished to you pu subcontractor(s) and Executive Order 1] Copies of this Notice wi�ll be post employees or applicants for employ en'� Compta.ints may be submitted : ', LAYOFF OR TERMINATION to the provisions of the above contract(s) or by the undersigned in conspicuous places availa�le to Gty of Federal Way 33325 8 Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 (Contractor or subcontractor) , ' � � City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary Schoal Safe Routes to School RFB ver. 1-08 Date RFB #12-102 Page 51 2012 � �� ���,�;�- � ACORD�, CERTtFICATE OF LlABI�ITY INSURANCE DAiE�MM/CWYYYY) ' 07/25/2012 THIS CERTIFICATE IS 1SSUEb AS A MATTER OF INFOftMATiON ONI.Y AND CONFERS NO RIGHTS UPON THE CERTlF1CATE HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AFFiRMATIVELY OR NEGATlVELY AMEND, EX7END OR ALTER THE COVERAGE AFFORDED BY THE POLiClES BELOW. THiS CERTlFtCATE pF INSURANCE pOES NOT CONSTiTUTE A CONTRAC7 8ETWEEN TWE ISSUtNG INSURER(S), AUTHORIZED ' REPRESENTA'ftVE OR PRQDiJCER, AND THE CERTIFICATE HOLDER. fMPORTAN7: If the certificate holder is an ADDIFIONAI {NSURED, the pol3cy(ies} must be endorsed. If SUBROGATION iS WAlVEO, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy, certain pollcles may requfre an endorsemen� A statement on this certificate does not confer rights to �e certiflcate holder fn ifeu of such endprsement(s). � ' PttODUCEit N ' Hu�le & Davenport Ins Brokers I�c N � : 425.226.8221 N , ; 425.ZS5.9342 3500 Maple Valley Hwy A�E� RE14tOlf � WA 98058 r_� uFa m�r ' IN8URED T NANDO PERRY MERLIWOQBA: NPM CONSTRUCTI�1 2 443 SE 184 h S p13URER A : ' S t t risur�re c: Mapl e Val l ey, WA 98038-7304 �,�,,,� p COVERAGES ' THIS lS TO CERTIFY TNAT THE POLICIES OF tNSURANCE IISTED BELOW HAVE BEEN ISSUED 70 7HE INSURED NAMED ABOVE FOR THE POLICY PERlOD INDICATEQ. NOTWITHSTANDlNG ANY REQUiREMENT, TERM OR CONDITkON OF ANY CONTF2ACT OR OTHER �OCUMENT W{TH RESPECT TO WHICH THIS CERTIFICATE MAY SE ESSUED OR MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY TNE POLICiES DESCRIBEO HEREIN IS SUBJECT TOAi.I THE TERMS, ' EXCLUSfON3 AND C�NDlTfONS OF SUCH P011CIES. LIMfTS SHOWN MAY HAVE BEEN REDtJCED BY PAID CLAIMS. Tq TYPE OFlNSURM►CE � R Wyp POIICY NUMBER POLICY EFF M V � GENERALLJAB�ITY BKS5485796 09►02l207t 09102/2012 EACHOCCURRENCE s 1�000, X COFANERCIAf. GENERAL LU161LfIY �� S I OOO ' �� x� �� �o�c�«»�� : is A X X aERSOra� a aov inuur� a 1, 000.00 ce►�� �ccr�cn� s 2, 000 ' GEhYL AOGREGATE LIMIT APPLIES PER: PRO�TS - COMP/OP AGCi S 2� OOO OO POLECY X ��Cr LOC a A�M�+� �� BA-1C42492 O7l2412012 4712412d13 ���� ��� L�M� 1 000 s X ANY AtJi'O BOO�Y INJURY (Per Pe� son} S ' ' ALL OWNED AUTOS C SCHEDUIED AU'F03 X X BODILY lNJURY (Por eodda%) S PROPERTY W1MAGE _ X 1tIRED AUTOS (Per exi0entj , X MON�OWNEDAU70S • S s ���� X occuR US0548579 07124/201Y 08102l20t2 �HOCCURRENCE s 4,000 B sxcESS uns ctaa�snune X � X UMBRELl.I� Accr�cn� s 4 000 , oEOUCna� ' s RETENT30N a s N BK55485796 �09►02l2019 09l0?J2012 ^ X � AkD EMPLOYERS' LIA�LYfY Y I N ANYPROPRIETOWPARTNEWEXECUTNE � WA STOP GA E.LEA�t1ACCIDENT S 1 OOO� ' A �FfICERIMEMBERIXCLUDED? ❑ ►�►A (Ysnd�tory in NN) E,L pISEASE - EA EMPL S I� OOO nye$ dasa;be �nder OE RfP710N OF OPERATIONS Delan E.L. DISEASE - AOLICY LM�117 S 1 �� ' �RIPTION OF 710lI8J l N8! NE)HCL&8 1 1, AddMlonat Remarks H nror► b rojeet: 1Nar�c Twa�n�ementary cS�iool�Sa�e Rutes ta S� - SRf�SO44�5) RFB#12-102 ity of Federal Way, its officers, elected officials, en�loyees, agents, and volunteers and Federa7 , , y School District are included as additional insured w�th respects to workpe rformed by the named nsured. Covera e is primary & non-contributory and waiver of subrogation applies per CG881a. E E � CANCELLATION . 1 �� MI$URER E : M13URER F : CERTIFICAFE NUMSER: GLAi1U1NEL REVISIQN NUMBER: NNCY 24082 ca SHOUlD ANY OF'fHE ABOYE DESCRIBED POUCIES � CANCELLED BEFORE THE FJ(PlRATION "DATE THEREOF, NOTICE YVILL 8E DEUVERED MI ACCORDANCE WlTk THE POLICY PROVISIONS. , ( City of Federal Way 33325 8th Ave. 5. �¢�era7 Way� WA 98003 AUTIORIZEO REPRESENTAiNE ecurity Ins to ers Casualty Ins. Co. e � 1988-2009 ACORq CORPORATIOM. AII ' ACORD 25 (2Q09t09) The ACORD name and logo are registered marks of ACORD COMMERCIAL GENERAL U,pBlLt3Y . . � ca ss �a �� o� THt3 EN�RSEAAENT CNANGES 'CFtE POUCY. PLLASE i2EAb E�' CAREFi1U.Y. C4MMERCIAL GENERAL l,.IABILITY EXTENSI�N Th�s en�serr�ent maditles insuranc� provided ur�der #he fatlowing: COMMERClAL GENERA� LIABfUTY COVERAGE PARi' INDEX SUBJECT . NQN-0WNE� AlRCRAFT NONAWIVED 1IVAYERCRAF3' . PFtOPER1Y QAMAG� UAB)L.ITY — EL�yATORS EKTENDED DAMAGE TO PROPERTY FiENTEp Tp YOU �Tenant's Property Damagef MEDiCA� PAYMENTS EXTENSION EXTENSION OF St1PPtE�I{ENTARY PAYM�NT3 — COYERAGE5 A AND B ADDlTlONAL )NSUREDS —$Y C0IVTRACT, AGREEMENT C3R PERAAIT PitlMARYAND NON-CONTRIBUTORY-ADpt?'IONAL 1NSURED EXTENSiON ADDl7#ONAL lNSUR��S- EXTENDED PROT�C710N QF YOUR "UMiT3 O� lNSURANCE" W�#O 13 A�I 1NSURED — INCiDENTAL MEDICAt ER1'tORSiNtALPRACTICE AND WiiO IS AN lN3URED — FELL,OIAf EMPLOYE� �XTEIVSION — MANA�3EMEW'T ElyPLOYE€S i HEWL.Y FORMED OR ADDI'F14NALLY ACQUtRED EtJTlTIES i�AlLl3R£ TO �SCLOSE HAZARpS AND PRlOR 4CCtlRRENCES KNOVIFLEDGE OF OCCURRENCE, OFFENSE, CtAIM OR SUIT LIBERAl.IZA7iON CLAUSE BODII.Y INJURY REDEFINED F EKTEt�DEL) �PERTY DAMA�E � WAIV�R {?F 7RqNSFFR O� RIGHTS OF R�COVERY AGAINST QTHEi28 T� U5 - • WHEN REQUlRED !N A CONTRAC7' OR ACREEINENT W}TH YOU .•- •• CG 88101 Q 09 �Ot 0 uberqr Mu�al ins�aarice Comparry. A� ��b reaerved. lrk��es CopytSyMed rrfat�lai af tnStua+lCe SstvfC86 OTfke, lrtC.. wltll ifa perm(esi0r� � z 2 a 2 3 3 3 $ s 6 B 7 T 7 7 T 8 Page 10! 7 [� 1 ' With respec# to coverage a�forded by this endorsement, the provisions of the paliey appfy unless modified by the endorsement. A. NON-0Wh1ED AIRCRAFT ' Under Paragraph 2. Exciuslons of 3ec�on I— Coverage A- Bodily injary And Property Damage tiabilliy, exclusion g. A3rcraR, Auto Or Watercraft does nof appEy to an aircraft provided: 7. !t is not awned by any insurett; Z. if is hir�d, cRatt,ered or baneci with a trained paid crew; ' 3. 'Fhe pilot in �orrrmand holds a currently e#Fective certificate, �ssued by the duly constituted authorty of the Urs�ed Sta#es of America oo Canada, designating her or him a commercial or airkne pibt; and �t. it is not be3ng used ta carry �rsons or property for a cha�. ' ' B. ' LJ ' L� 1 tiowever, the ir►surance afforded by this provision cfoes nQt appJy N there is ava�able fo the insured other va�id and collectible insurance, whet#►er pr�r�ary, excess (other than insurance wriEten to appfy sPecificatly in excess of this policy}, ccm#ingent or on a�y other basis. tt►at would atso app{y to tt�e bss cavered under this pnovisio�. NQN-0WNED WA'1'ERCl2AF1' Under Paragraph 2 Exclus(ons af Seetion 1— Coverage A- Sodi�r Injury And Property Damage Liability, Subparagraph (2) af exdusion g. Alrcrat�, Auto Ar Watercraf# is repl�qed by #ha fo3fowtng: Thfs exclusion does not apply to: (2) A�watercraR you da nat �vn that is: (a} Less than 52 fec� long; and (b) tJot being us� ta carry persons or praperty for a cttarge. C. PROPERTY DAMAlGE UASiUTY — ELEVATOiiS ' • 1. Unciet Paragraph 2. Exclusbns ofi Section i- Coverage A— Bodify lnjury And Propsrty Damags LiabBity, Subparagraphs {3�, j4� and (6) of exclusion J . Da�»a�e To Property da t�ot apply if such `property damage• resuEts from the use of efevators. For the purpose of this prtivieion, eJevators do not inc[ude vehicfe tifts. Vehicle lifts are iifts or hoists used in automobile service ar r�epair ope�ations. _ .. 2. The folbwirrg is added io Section N— Commercial General LiabUity Condkions, Cornf'ition 4. Other Insurai�e, Paragraph b. Excess insnrance: � q. , ' � ' The insurance affor�ed by this prov€s�r► vF this endors�ment is excess over arry property insuranca, wh�her P���Y, excess, continger►t oron any ofher basis. EXTENDED DAMAGE TO PROPERTY REN7'ED TO YOU (Tsnant's PropeKy Damaga} !f Da�nage To Prernises ReMed To You is not ctherw�se excludad from this Cover�e Pafi 1. tlrsder Pa[agraph.2. Exctusana o# Section 1- Co�►erage A- Bodiiy Inje,ry and PmperEy Damage Uabtiity: a. Th� fourth from tlte Isst peragreph of excti►sias j. Damags To Property is replaoed by the foNowing: ' CG 881010 t?S ' Para9raPhs {7 }� •�3) and (4j ofi this exc�usion do � apply to "pt+o�erty t�arrtage" (other than dat�age by fire, t�ghtning. explosian, smoke, or �eakage frotn art automa�ic fue protection systecn} #o; (t) Prernises rented to you for a par� of 7 or fewer c�nsecutive days; or (iij Conta�s that you rant or lease as part of a premfses reet� or ieaee egreement for a peciod af mcxe than 7 days. ABragrBPits (iy, (3j a»d (4) of this exc��sfon do not aPRN to "P�PeKY ��9e" #o cotttettts of premis�s t�ented to yo�t tor a pariod o€ 7 or fewer consacutive days. � A separate limit of u�surance appties to this c�verage as de��ad fn Se�tion Itt — f.3�nits of Insurance. �20141�berqr M� Insurence Compar►y. AN r�ptda r0aenrod. �dea eapyrighted materlat of �nsura,ue seevioes Offioo. bic.� w�h rte p�1selon. � PBge 2 C/ T r-, L� , . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' E ' ' , F. ' ' � , ' 2. 3. b. The last paragr�h bf Subsectiort 2. Facclusfons is replacet! by the fol{owing: F�ccEusions c. through n. do noE apply to damage by fire, lightnirx�, e�tasion, srs�oke or leakage from automatic fire protecfion systems to premises wh�le rented to you or temporarily nccupfed by you with perrnission of the owner. A separate limit of insu rance a�plies to Damage 'fo Premises Rented To You as desCn�bed in Section 11i — timits Of insuranc�. Pat�agraph 8, under 5ec#Ifln i!1— Limits Of insurance is replaced by the foitowing: 6. Subject to Paragraph 5. abave, the Damage To Pr�nises Renied 7o You l.imit is the most we wft! psy under Coverage A for damages because of "property damags" to: a, Any one premisa: (4) Whi�e rented to you: or _ (2) While rented to yau or temporarily accupied by you with pertnissfon af the awcter for damage by fire, ligt�tnir�g, e�bsion, smoke or Isakage from automatic protec�ian systems; ar b. Contents that you rent or lease as part af a premises rerrt� or iease agreemen� As regarris coverage p�ided by this ptavision D. EXTENDED DAMAGE TO PROPERTY FtENTED TO YOU (7enaM's Properly Dama�e) - Paragraph 9.a. of Deffoitions is replaced with the followirtg: 8.a. A contract far a lease of premises. HowevBr, that por�on oi the contrac� for a lease o€ premises that indemnifiss any person or organization for damage by fire, lightning, axpbsion, smoke, or ieakage irom automatic f�re pmtection systems to premise.s while rented fo you or temporarEly occupied by you wftl� the permission of the owner. or for damage to con#ents of such premises tt�a# are included in your prernises rantai or lease agtesment, is nat an �nsured contract". MED[CAL PAY�dENTS FXl'ENSi4N R9 !f Coverage C Medlca} Payments is not otherwise excJuded, the Med'scsl Payments providerl by this pdicy ar+e amended as !otlowvs: Under F�aragraph 1. tns�rlt�g AgreemeM of Sectton 1— Cpverage C— AAedica! Payments, Subpara9raph (b) of Paragrsph a. 3s reptac�d by the following: (b) The expenses sre incurned artd reported with�n three years of the dabe of tf� accident; and EXTENSION OF SE1PPlEMEN7ARY PAYMfN7S — GOVERAGES A ANQ B !. Under Supplerne�tary Payments — Coverages A and B, Paragraph 1.b. is re}�laced by ihe fotkywing: b. Up to S3�d00 for �ost of ba� bonds requkeci because af accidenb � traftic 1aw violations arising out of the use of any rehicte to which the Bodily tnjury l.tsbillty Cover�e appl'�s. We do n� ha�ns to fumish these bot�ds. 2. Peragraph 9.d, � replaced by #t�e folbw�tg: d. All reasohabta expenses utcurt�ed by the irtsured ��at reguest to ass�t �ts in the investlgst�t ot defense of the cta�n or'suit", tr�cludng acival bss oi saminge up #a �GO a day because of tirr�e o�f ftotn w�ark. Q. ADW'R�NAL INSURED3 - BY CONTRACT, AGREEMENT OR pERM1T 1. Paragraph 2. undsr Sectfo� 11— Who ts An Insured is amended to incl�fe as an Insured arry person or orgartiz�ian wltom you have agreed to add as an additirx►al insured in a wrilten contrac�. vim'tten ag�t � permit. Such person s�r orgar�izatfon js an addition�t irtsured but only w�h respect to Eiabi�ty for "bod�y in�'. "prop�erty damage" or "peraonal and advertising injury�' caused in whQle ar in paR by: a. Your ads or omissions, or �e ads or omissions of th�e acting on your betsatf, in the performence of your on going operatior�s for the additionai insured that are the subject af the wiittett contraat or writtsn a��en# provlded thst the `Doddy �njury` or `properiy damage' oc:�u�s, w the "persc�nal and advertising injury' �s oanmitted, subsequent to the signing of such wr�ten ooMract or writEen agreemer� or • � ' C{i 88 9010 08 ' e¢�io t�deny �uas ins�anca c,o�ny. au �s r�rvea. :nduaes copyript�sd mat�a� eE I�anoe ser+�roes cxRce. mc., w� ns p�on. Paga 3 o�f 7 � 1 „ �I IJ , ' �� � ,,� �I ' , , �I ' ' � b. Pt�emises or fiacilities rented by you or used by yau; ar c. The maintenance, operation or use by you of equipment rented or leased to you by scech person or o�gartixation; or d. Op'erations perts�m3ed by you or on your behalf forwhich the state or patitical subdivision ttias issued a permit svbject to the foi{owing add�ional prov�ions: (1) This insarance does not apply #o °bodily injury', °property damage', or'persana[ and advartis'sng in�ury' arising out of fha opera4ons performed #or the state ar polittcat subdivision; {2) This insuranca does noE apply to `bodily injur� or'property damage' inciuded within the "campleted operations hazard'. (3) Insurance applfes tn premises you own, rent, ar contro! but onty ww+th respect to ihe fotlawing t�azards: ( tb� (�) The existence, mainter�nc�, repair, corestruction, erection, or remavat of advertisi� sigr►s, awnings� car�Pies. cellar er�trances, c�a! ho�s, drive�ways. msnhofes, rnarquees, hoist away opertings, sidewatk vaut�s, s#re� hanners, o� decorations and sknilar expasures; or The constructSon, erection, ar removal of eisvators; a The ownership, rrrainteoance, or use of any elevators coversd by tlirs insurance. W�tt� respect to Paregrgph 1.a. above, a persort's or organiza�on's status as an addiUon� insured under th� endasemeM ends when: • �1) All wodc, i�ctuding materiats. Parts or equipmer�t iumished �n conneciion with sucF� w�ork� on the project (other than senrice, mair�enance or repairs} to be pe#ormed by or on behelf af the gddrtfa,a� {nsurea(s) at che locatlan of a�e covered operations has t�, c�mpl�ed; or {2) 'Fhat port�n af "yoar wori�' out af whicf► the injury or darrtage arises has � puE fio its irttsnd�d use by any person w organization other than another car�etor or suboontcac�or er�gaged in perfomiir�g ope�rations #or a prir►c�s� as a part af ihe same project. With respect #o Par�graph 1.h. above. a person's or orgaa�izatlon's statua as an additional insured ander th� endorsement ends when iheK written eon#ract or written agreemerit witlr yau for such pr�nises or #ac�ities 8nds. With respecfs to Paragraph 1.c. ebove, thia insurancs cloes nat a�y M ar�y `oc�,wrretx:e' which takes �1ssc� afier the equipmer�t reMai or � agreement Ras expired or ya.i have retumed such equipment io tRe lessor. The insurance pro�dded by this endorsement appties ony if the written cantraci ar written agreame�t � sigr�ed prior to tEse "boc�ilY ��I�+Y' � "R@P�Y ��'►'�a9�". We have no duly to defend an acidl#I�onal insured under this sndarssment unt� we receive written r�tice of a 'su�t° by ths addi�or�! insursd as required k► Paragraph b. cF Condi�or� 2 Duties In tha Event � Occurrence, Offen�e� Ciaim Or Suit under Sec�on N—Commercfal General Liab3lKy Conditio»s. With s�sspe�t to the insuranae provided by thfs endor�sement, the foltvwing are added to Paragr�h 2 Exclusions under 8�don �- Goverage A- Bodtly Injury And Property Damsge Liabll�ty: ' This insus�x:e does nat apply to: a. °Bodity injur�' a' "P�p�Y d�5�' �n8 from the sole negligence of ttte additional insur�d. b. "BodiN �m��Y" �' "P►��f+ ���'� triat «xurs prios to you oommencing aperdtions at the Iocatiorl where such "bodily injury' or `propecly damage' xcurs. ' � c. ^$oaty sr,gury�, °�roperty dams�e or "personai gnd advertising inj�sry" aris3ng out of the rendering ot er the tallure to render, arqr professional archktecturaE, engfneering or surve}Mg sen►�ces, including: ' CG 881010 09 , az01 o i.�erly 1Nuh,ad lr�s�x�u�ce CoynpanY. Atl rtphts r+eaerved. .. lndudas copy�iphted materist af Meurance 5err�ices OPhce. lne.. wf� !ts pertmleslat• ' ' ' ^ I � , ' ' �� ' , � , ' , ' , ' {�) (2} Tt►e preparir�g, approuirx�, or faiting to prepare or approve, maps, shap drawings, opinions, rg reports, surveys, fiefd orders, char►ge orders or drawings and spec'sfications; or Supervisory, inspection, arch'stectural or engineering activities. d. "Bodity tnlury" ar "property damage" occurring after. (!) Ai1 work, incfuding matertals, perts or equfpment fumished in connection with such wark, on the_ projed {oEher than service, maintenanc� or repatrs) ta be performed by or on behaif of fhe additionat insured(s) at the location of the covered aperations has been completed; or (2) That parfion of "your work" oa# of whicA tPts injury or damage arises has besr► put to 3ts intended use by any persan or organ'¢a#(on othe� then another contrador ar suboor�tra�tor engaged in perform�ng operations for a principal as a pan of the same proje�t, • e. Any persort or organ¢abon specifically desEgnated as an addit3�onat �nsured far ongaing operations bY a separa#e ADDITlONAL INSUREQ -0WNERS, LESSEES OR CONTRACTORS endarsemeM issued by us and made a part of this policy. PRINtARY AND NON-CAiVTRIBl3TQRY ADDI'ff�NAL lNSURED EXTEN3�N This prov9sf� applies to a�y person Qr or�an¢ation who qualifies as an additionat insured und� any form or enda+'sement under this policy. Conc4ition 4. Other ir�surance of SECTiON IV — COMMfRC1AL GENERAL UABWTY CONDITIONS Is �rtded as fotlows: a. The foilowing is added ta Paragraph a. Primary insuranse: if an addi�orrat ins�red`s pol�y has an Other Insurance proviston making its poiicy excess, and yau have agreed�in a.�mtten contrad cx written agr�ement to provide the �ditbnai #nsured coverage on a�ry arxi nonc;antr3butoty basis, tttis pof{cy shati be prEmary and we wiif not seek oontributior� fra'n the addl8ona� insured's pWicy fa damages we cover. b. Thefoilawir3g � added to Paragra�s b. Excass Insurance: - When�a written corttrad or wr�fen agreemeM, �her than a premises te�se, �acilities �enbl vonbract or agseemer�t,�an equipment rental or lease oonUact or agreemerrt, or pemtit issusd by a state or po�tkaf subdiv(sion�t�etween you and an additicnaf insared does r�at require this insurance to be prirnaxy or primary and rrort-contributary, this ir�auraace is excess over any other Insurarx:e im which the addidon� insured is d�ignafed as a Named tnsured. RegaNless ofi the wriEten agre�nent befirveen you and an ariditionai insured, this k�surance is excess ovar eny other insurance whether prhnary, excess. conttngent or on arry other basis for which the addi�o�al in.s�ed has been added as an adtlitionaf insured on o�her poC�es. AD�T70NAL INS[7REDS- EXTENDED PFtOTECTI�N OF Y4UR aUMIT8 OF INSURANCE" This provision �plies to a�y person ar nrganiz�'an wha quaGfies as an add�ional ir►sured under any form or endotsement at�er this po{'icy. ' CG 881010 OS ' 'Che �lbwing is added to Condr"t�on 2. Duties !n The Evant O# Occnrrenca, Oftense. Ctaim or Suf� An acktitiatal Insured under this endorsemer� wil! as soort as practicable: a. Give wrf�t notice � an "occurrence" or an offense that mey rasuli in a c�im ot `suK under tfiis If18Uf0l1C8 t0 tES; b Te�ar the defense and indemn�y of arry claim or `suiC to aY bZSUr�ers whan atso t�a�ne insuranc� avaiist�e ta the additianal insured; and c. Agr+ee to make avai)eble any ather insurance which the additfvnal insurecf has tnr a bss ws caver under this Cqvetage Part. C2010 Liberty Mupsa� lr,st� Comparryr. /►1E rlgMs rece�ved, iru�des copyrtphted �I ot k�swance 3etvioes Ot�cs� tnc., w�h ils permissipn. Pag� b Gt 7. ' � LJ ' d. We have no d�ty ta defend or indemnify an additionaf insured under this enda�sernent urrtii we receive written notice af a"suit" by the addi#ional insured. 2. The lim�s of insurance appEicabie to the additional i�su�ed are tttose specified in a written contract or wrfltea� agreement a {imits o# insurance as stated in the Deciarations af this policy and t3efi�ed in SectFon Il{ — , Limits ot tnsurance of tt�is policy, whichever are less. The.se limits are Er�clusive of and not in addition tio the I'units of insurance avaiEabte undec th�s poficy. L_J l_ J LJ ' , ' 1 ' ' ' i i , � ' .3. WH� ES AN iNSURED- fNCJDFNTAL MEDlCAL ERRORS ! MALPRAC7lCE WHO IS AN iNSI�RED - FELLOW EMPWYEE EXTENSION- AAANAC:EM�M' EARPE.OYEES �Paragraph 2.a.(1) of 3ection il • Who Is An lnsured is.repiaced witFt the foflcwing: �1) °Bodily injury�' or "persortal and advertising iniury": ta) To you, #o yaur pertners or merrrbers (if you are a partnership or joi�t venture}, ta your me�nbers (tf ' you are a timited liabili#y c�mpanY?, to a co-"em�►loyee" wh7e in the caurss of his or her empbyment or performing duties refated ta the car�duct of your business, or to your �her "votunteer workers" white pesfomt(ng duties'refated fo the conducf af yaur bugirress; �(b} To the spouse. cF�ikf. parent, bro#her or sister of #hat ca-°employ�" or'Yoluntesr v�rorker" as a consequence of Paragraph (1 y(a) above; (c) For which there Es arry �ifgation to share darnagea with or repay someone e�e wha must Ray damages because of the injury described in Paragraphs (1) {a) or �b) above; or (d) Ads�ng oui of his ar her providfr�g or faiti►�g to provide professioria! health care servires. Hoa+vevet; i€ you are not En the business of providin� professfanal health care services or provic�r�g pmfessional healttt care personne! !o oUters, or ff coverage fcx' providirtg �rrofessfo�ai heaith care services is t� athervvise exctuded by separate endorsement, this provisfon (Paragraph (d)) does rrot appty. Paragraphs (a}�and�(b) above dv r�ot appty to "bodiiy injury' or'p�sonal and advertisir,g inju►y" caused by an `err►RtoYee' who is a�#ing itt a suPervisorY �P�Y fa' you. Se►Perv�sory capacitY as used t�reln maans ths `emptoyes's' job responsib'tities assigned by yau, inctudes the direct supervfsion ot other'err�pfoyees' of yo� However, nane of these "empfo}rees" are insureds for "bodily injur�' or'persona! and adve►tising inj�y" arising c� of their vvitlfu! cor�duc#, which is defir:ed as the purposeful orwi11fu1 intent to cause'bodily inju�y" or'personai and advertising fnjury', or caused En whole Qr in part by the�r irttoxkatit�t by Iiqtaor or controi6ed suhstances. The eoveraye provided by provisbn J. is excess over any other vaGd and coilectable i�suranoe availabts to your '� K. N�WLY FORMED OR ADDtTI�NAtLY ACQUlRED EN'f13iES . Paragraph 3. af Secdan 1� - V1iho ls An insured is repiaced by the follawit►g: 3. Any organEzatian you newly acquire � farm and a�ver wh�ch you mainiarr� a�unershtp or ma�Ordy iMeresf, w1! qualify as a Named )nsured i� there � no other similar �surance avai{able to that organizatfon, Hawever. a. Caverage under this pravisian is a�forded oniy unti! ths axpiratlon of the poiicy period in �ahich the ar�ify was acquired or farmed by you; a. Coves�ge A daes not apply ta "boddy injwy' or *property darr�ag�'tt►at occumad be€ore you aCQGiFB(I Or fOR71@d EI'!B Of�BiltL8N0�1� BCtd c. Caverage 8 does not apply to "persarral �nd achrertisir� injury" arising out of an oftense commi�tad before yau acqa�ed or fonrred the crganization. d. Reconds �nd descript�ns of operatior►s must be mair�iained by tha fust Namad Msured. No person or vrgarfka�On is an ir�suted with respect to the oonduc! of arry curtent ot past par#ne�ship, j�nt veMure a fimited liabil�y comparny that is nat shov�m as a Plam� lnsured in the Declaratfons or qualifies as an insureci under thb p�vision. . �20�o L�ly Mutu� tr�xancs company. Ax rlpn� reseNea. CG 88 9 410 09 Inctu�a copy�h�ea materisl ot 1r� serv�es �, �nc.. wi� t� p�. Page 6 of 7 , . ' ' L. ' ' M. ' ' I - N. ' O. � , P. ' ' Q. ' fAiL�JR� TO DtSCLOSE HA7ARDS AND PR1�R OCCURRENCES Under S�tfon N— Comrnercial General Liability ConditEons, the folbwir�g is added to Cand'�tJon 6. itepressrrtattons: Your tailure to d�close atl hazatds or priar `caccurree�ces' existir� as af the inception date of the policy shap r►ot prejudice the caverage afForded by this policy Provided such i�iiure to disclose aA hazards or prbr 'occurrences` �s not inteniianal. KWOWLEDGE OF OCCURR�NCE, OFFENSE, CLAiM OR Si1lT Under SeatFon N Commercial General Liabil�r Conditions, the foliawing is addecf to Condition 2. Duttee� M The Even! of Uc�:urrence, Offense, Claim Or Sui� Knowied9e af an "ocxu�", offense, claim or "sait" by an agent, se�vaM ar'employ�' of any �sured shalt not in itself cohstitute knowled�e of the insured unless an insured tisted under Paragraph 9. af Section p— Wt�o Es An Insured or a persan who has bean designated by them ta raoeive repor�s of °oc�urrences'� o#fenses, ctanns or "suits' shatl have raceiv� such natice irom the agent, servaM or `empfoyee'. UBERAL)ZATlON CI.AUSE if we revise this Commercial GeneraE LiabElity Ex#ension Er�dorsement te provide more coverage w�hout add�fonal pr�ni�n charge. your policy wilf automaficaiy provide the a�verage as � the day the rev�sion is e�re in ya�r st�e. BODN..Y f N.fURY RED��iNED t3nder 8ection V—•DeflntHans. I�firsition 3. is repfaced by the foibwing: 3. "Bodily injEtry"' mesns physical inJury, sidcness or diseass susteined by a persvn. Thia inch�s meMal angu�sh, mentet in�ury, shock, fright ar dea#h t�at r�utt� frnrn such pt�rsical inJury, sk�CCness or d'isease. EXTENDED PROPERTY DAMACE Exclusipn a of COVEFtAGE A. BOD3LY IN.it1RY AND pROPEfiTY DAMAGE LIABIUTY � replac�d by the foilawing: . a. Expected Qr tntended fn)ury . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . . . "BodiM ic�urY" or "proP�rtY c�nage° expectsd or intended from the standpoint � the ir�sured. This e�ack�sion does not appty to "bod�y fnjury" or "PropertY damage' resv�ing irorn the use of reasonable fon:a to pro� persons or properiy, WAIV�R OF TRANSFER DE WGHTS C?F RECAVERY A(3AINST OTH�RS TO US — WHEM REQUlRED IN A CaN7RACT OR AtiREEMEN7 WITH YOU ' Ur�er Sectlun tV — Commercial Generaf E.#abiltty CondEtfons, the fofbwtng is added to Catd�iot� 8. Transfer 4t Rights Of Recavery Agains# O#he� To Us: ' We waive any right of r�overy we may i3ave against a person or orgsn�atan becau.se of payments we make for injury or darr�ge arising out of your ongoing operations or °your wak" done under a corttrac;t w�h thffi person ar organlzation arrd i�cluded in #he "products-completed opa►�tians hazaM" provided: #. You and that persarr or orgar�ization have ag�ed En wr�ting [n a�ritr� or aQreement that you w�vs such , rights against that person w orga�tzation; and - 2. 7'he ir►Jury or damage oocurs subssquent fo the sxeci.ition of the wrEtten ea�tract or written a�en� ' �o ��cy �►+a�,at �naw� com�►y. ar �n� reaeraa. CQ 8810 40 09 h�iudes coplrrtahted matertai of �neurance SeMces otsce. Ina.. wiu� ite peemlesion. PagB 7 of 7 ' ' ' ' ' 1 � � I I� � � I' � j� � ' � l� , � ' , ' COMMERCIAL AUTO THIS ENDORSEMENT CHANGES THE POLICY. PLEASE READ IT CAREFULLY. AUTO COVERAGE PLUS ENDORSEMENT This endorsement modifies insurance provided under the fotlowing: BUSINESS AUTO COVERAGE FORM With respect to coverage provided by this endorsement, the provisions of the Coverage Form apply unless modi- fied by the endorsement. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF COVERAGE — This endorsement broadens coverage. However, coverage for any injury, damage or medical expenses described in any of the provisions of this endorsement may be excluded or limited by another endorsement to the Coverage Part, and these coverage broadening provisions do not apply to the extent that coverage is excluded or limited by such an endorsement. The following listing is a general cover- age description only. Limitations and exclusions may apply to these coverages. Read all the provisions of this en- dorsement and the rest of your policy carefully to determine rights, duties, and what is and is not covered. A. BLANKET ADDITIONAL INSURED H. AUDIO, VISUAL AND DATA ELECTRONIC B. EMPLOYEE HIRED AUTO EQUIPMENT — INCREASED LIMIT C. EMPLOYEES AS INSURED D. SUPPLEMENTARY PAYMENTS — INCREASED LIMITS E. TRAILERS — INCREASED LOAD CAPACITY F. HIRED AUTO PHYSICAL DAMAGE G. PHYSICAL DAMAGE — TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES — INCREASED LIMIT A. BLANKET ADDITIONAL INSURED The following is added to Paragraph A.1., Who Is An Insured, of SECTION 11 — LIABILITY COV- ERAGE: Any person or organization who is required under a written contract or agreement between you and that person or organization, that is signed and executed by you before the "bodily injury" or "property damage" occurs and that is in effect during the policy period, to be named as an addi- tional insured is an "insured" for Liability Cover- age, but only for damages to which this insurance applies and only to the extent that person or or- ganization qualifies as an "insured" under the Who Is An Insured provision contained in Section II. B. EMPLOYEE HIRED AUTO 1. The following is added to Paragraph A.1., Who Is An Insured, of SECTION II — LI- ABILITY COVERAGE: ' An "employee" of yours is an "insured" while operating a covered "auto" hired or rented under a contract or agreement in that "em- ployee's" name, with your permission, while , CA T4 20 0710 ' I. WAIVER OF DEDUCTIBLE — GLASS J. PERSONAL EFFECTS K. AIRBAGS L. AUTO LOAN LEASE GAP M. BLANKET WAIVER OF SUBROGATION pertorming duties related to the conduct of your business. 2. The following replaces Paragraph b. in B.S., Other Insurance, of SECTION IV — BUSI- NESS AUTO CONDITIONS: b. For Hired Auto Physical Damage Cover- age, the following are deemed to be cov- ered "autos" you own: (1) Any covered "auto" you lease, hire, rent or borrow; and (2) Any covered "auto" hired or rented by your "employee" under a contract in that individual "employee's" name, with your permission, while perForm- ing duties related to the conduct of your business. However, any "auto" that is leased, hired, rented or borrowed with a driver is not a covered "auto". C. EMPLOYEES AS INSURED The following is added to Paragraph A.1., Who Is An Insured, of SECTION II — LIABILITY COV- ERAGE: m 2010 The Travelers Indemnity Company. All rights reserved. Pag6 1 Of 3 InGudes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc. with its permission. ' ' ' � ' � �� ' , , ' , ' , COMMERCIAL AUTO Any "employee" of yours is an "insured" while us- ing a covered "auto" you don't own, hire or borrow in your business or your personal affairs. D. SUPPLEMENTARY PAYMENTS — INCREASED LIMITS 1. The following replaces Paragraph A.2.a.(2) of SECTION 11— LIABILITY COVERAGE: (2) Up to $3,000 for cost of bail bonds (in- cluding bonds for related traffic law viola- tions) required because of an "accidenY' we cover. We do not have to furnish these bonds. 2. The following replaces Paragraph A.2.a.(4) of SECTION II — LIABILITY COVERAGE: (4) All reasonable expenses incurred by the "insured" at our request, including actual loss of eamings up to $500 a day be- cause of time off from work. E. TRAILERS — INCREASED LOAD CAPACITY The following replaces Paragraph C.1. of SEC- TION I — COVERED AUTOS: 1. "Trailers" with a load capacity of 3,000 pounds or less designed primarily for travel on public roads. F. HIRED AUTO PHYSICAL DAMAGE The following is added to Paragraph A.4., Cover- age Extensions, of SECTION III — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE: Hired Auto Physical Damage Coverage If hired "autos" are covered "autos" for Liability Coverage but not covered "autos" for Physical Damage Coverage, and this policy also provides Physical Damage Coverage for an owned "auto", then the Physical Damage Coverage is extended to "autos" that you hire, rent or borrow subject to the following: (1) The most we will pay for "loss" in any one "accidenY' to a hired, rented or borrowed "auto" is the lesser of: (a) $50,000; ' (b) The actual cash value of the damaged or stolen property as of the time of the "loss"; or ' (c) The cost of repairing or replacing the damaged or stolen property with other property of like kind and quality. ' (2) An adjustment for depreciation and physical condition will be made in determining actual cash value in the event of a total "loss". , Page 2 of 3 , (3) If a repair or replacement results in better than like kind or quality, we will not pay for the amount of betterment. (4) A deductible equal to the highest Physical Damage deductible applicable to any owned covered "auto". (5) This Coverage Extension does not apply to: (a) Any "auto" that is hired, rented or bor- rowed with a driver; or (b) Any "auto" that is hired, rented or bor- rowed from your "employee". G. PHYSICAL DAMAGE — TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES — INCREASED LIMIT The following replaces the first sentence in Para- graph A.4.a., Transportation Expenses, of SECTION 111 — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVER- AG E: We will pay up to $50 per day to a maximum of $1,500 for temporary transportation expense in- curred by you because of the total theft of a cov- ered "auto" of the private passenger type. H. AUDIO, VISUAL AND DATA ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT — INCREASED LIMIT Paragraph C.2.. Limit Of Insurance, of SEC- TION III — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE is deleted. I. WAIVER OF DEDUCTIBLE — GLASS The following is added to Paragraph D., Deducti- ble, of SECTION III — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE: No deductible for a covered "auto" will apply to glass damage if the glass is repaired rather than replaced. J. PERSONAL EFFECTS The following is added to Paragraph A.4., Cover- age Extensions, of SECTION III — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE: Personal Effects Coverage We will pay up to $400 for "loss" to wearing ap- parel and other personal effects which are: (1) Owned by an "insured"; and (2) In or on your covered "auto". This coverage only applies in the event of a total theft of your covered "auto". No deductibles apply to Personal Effects cover- age. � 2010 The Travelers Indemnity Company. All rights reserved. CA T4 20 07 10 InGudes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc. with its permission. ' ' � K. AIRBAGS ' � ' ' � ' ' ' ' LJ , ' The following is added to Paragraph B.3., Exclu- sions, of SECTION III — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE: Exclusion 3.a. does not apply to "loss" to one or more airbags in a covered "auto" you own that in- flate due to a cause other than a cause of "loss" set forth in Paragraphs A.1.b. and A.1.c., but only: a. If that "auto" is a covered "auto" for Compre- hensive Coverage under this policy; b. The airbags are not covered under any war- ranry; and c. The airbags were not intentionally inflated. We will pay up to a maximum of $1,000 for any one "loss". L. AUTO LOAN LEASE GAP The following is added to Paragraph A.4., Cover- age Extensions, of SECTION III — PHYSICAL DAMAGE COVERAGE: Auto Loan Lease Gap Coverage for Private Passenger Type Vehicles In the event of a total "loss" to a covered "auto" of the private passenger type shown in the Schedule or Declarations for which Physical Damage Cov- erage is provided, we will pay any unpaid amount due on the lease or loan for such covered "auto" less the following: (1) The amount paid under the Physical Damage Coverage Section of the policy for that "auto"; and ' , , CA T4 20 0710 , COMMERCIAL AUTO (2) Any: (a) Overdue lease or loan payments at the time of the "loss' ; (b) Financial penalties imposed under a lease for excessive use, abnormal wear and tear or high mileage; (c) Security deposits not returned by the les- sor; (d) Costs for extended warranties, Credit Life Insurance, Health, Accident or Disability Insurance purchased with the loan or lease; and (e) Carry-over balances from previous loans or leases. M. BLANKET WAIVER OF SUBROGATION The following replaces Paragraph A.5., Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery Against Others To Us, of SECTION IV — BUSINESS AUTO CONDI- TIONS: 5. Transfer Of Rights Of Recovery AgaFnst Others To Us We waive any right of recovery we may have against any person or organization to the ex- tent required of you by a written contract exe- cuted prior to any "accidenY' or "loss", pro- vided that the "accidenY' or "loss" arises out of the operations contemplated by such con- tract. The waiver applies only to the person or organization designated in such contract. � 2010 The Travelers Indemnity Company. All rights reserved. Pag@ 3 Of 3 InGudes copyrighted material of Insurance Services Office, Inc. with its pertnission. ' 1 � ' ' ' 1 t C� � �� , ' ' EXHIBIT E CITY OF FEDERAL WAY PERFORMA(VCE/PAYMENT BOND KNOW ALL PEOPLE BY THESE PRESENTS: Bond No. 9812552 We, the undersigned NPM CONSTRUCTION CO ,("Prindpal'� and LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY , the t�ders(gned corporatlon organized and extsdng under tl�e laws of the Stabe of TEXAS and legally doing business in the State of Washington as a surety ("Surety"), are held and flrmly bonded unto the qty of Federal Way, a Washington munidpal wrporation ("Gty") in the pena) sum ol " Dollars and no/100 ($�0.255.00 ) for the paymerit of which we firmly bind ourselves and our legal representaUves, hdrs, suocessors and assigns, jointly and severally. *�yy0 HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED FIFTY-FIVE AND NO/100 This obligatlon is entered fnto an reemerrt with the City dated . 201? for �►RK TWAIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SAFE R�UTES TO SC�HOOL RFB #12-102 NOW, THEREFORE, If the Prindpal shall perform all the provisfons of the Agreement in the manner and within the tlme period presaibed by the qty, or within such extensions of �me as may be granted under the Agreement, and shail pay all laborers, mechanics, suboontractors and material men or women, and all persons who shall supply the Principal or subcontracto�s with provisions and supplies for the carrying on of sald worlc, and shall hold the Gty, their offidals, agents, employees and volunteers harmless from am loss or damage acasloned to any person or properly by reason of any carelessness or negligenoe on die part of the Principal, or any subcontractor in the performance of said work, then and in the event this obligation shail be void; but otherwise, it shail be and remain in full force and efFect. And ttie Sw�ety, for value received, hereby further stlpulates and agrees that no char�e, extenslon of tlme, a{beratlon or addition to tt�e terms of the Agreement or to the work bo be performed thereunder or the specifica�ons acoompanying the same shall in any way affect its obligatlon on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice of arry change, extension of hme, alterations or additlons to the terms of the Agreement or bo the Work. The Surety hereby agrees that modiftcatlons and changes may be made in teims and provlsions of the Agreement without notice to Surety, and arry such modiflcatlons or changes (ncreas(ng the totai amamt to be paid the Prindpal shai) automatically increase the obligation of the Surety on this Performance Bond in a like amoun�, such increase, however, not to exceed twenty-five peroent (25%) of the oHginal amount of this bond without the c�onsent of the Surery. Within forty-flve (4� days of reoeiving notice that the Principal has default� on all or part of the terms of the Agreemen� the Surety shall make a written oommitment to the Qty that it will eidier (a) aue tl�e default itself witfiin a reasonable tlme pe�tod, or (b) tender to the dty, the amourrt necessary for tt� City to remedy the default, indudtng legal fees (ncurred by the aty, or (c) in tt� evem that S�xety's evaluatlon of the dispute is not compiete or in the event the Surety disputes the qty's daim of default, the Surety shall notlfy the Gty of its flnding and its intent, if any, to interplead. fie Surety shall then fulflll its obligatlons under this bond, aaording to the optlon it has elected. Should Sur�y e{ect option (a) to cure the default, the penal sum of the Bond shall be reduoed in an amount equal b� the oosts adualiy incurred lry tF�e Surety in curing the default If the Surety elects optlon (b), then upon completlon of the necessary work, tl�e (�ty shall notify the Surety of its actual oosts. The Qty shall retum, without ir�terest, any overpayme� made by the Surety and the Surety shall pay to tl�e Gty any actual costs whidi exceed the Qty estlmate, Iimited bo t�e bond amount. Should the Surety elect optlon (c), the Pardes shall flrst complete parttdpation in mediatlon, described in the below paragraph, pHor to any interplead actlon. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Ble�ntary School Safe Routes to School RFB va. 1-08 Page 53 RFB �12-102 2012 Bond No. 9812552 In the event a dispute shouid arise between the Part(es to this Bond with respect to the Cit�s declaration of default by the Prinapal, the Pardes agree to par�cipate (n at least four hours of inedfation in accordance with the mediation procedures of United States Arbitradon and Mediation ("USA&M�. The Pardes shall proportlonately share in the cost of the mediation. The mediation shall be administered by the Seattle USA&M office, 4300 Two Unlon Square, 601 Union Street, Seattie, Washington 98101-2327. The Surety shall not interplead prior to campletion of the mediation. DATED this 24thday of JULY . 20 12 . NPM CONSTRUCTION CO CORPORATE SEAL OF PRINCIPAL: PRINCIPAL BY� me o rson Ezecuting Bond) Its: � l�� �'�Y ('Tttle) PO BOX 1229 MAPLE VALLEY, WA 98038 (Address) 425-996-0566 (Phone) «:�� :� • •.:•;:� I hereby certiry that I am the (Assistant) Secretary of the Corporatlon named as Principal in the witfiin bond; that . who signed the said bond on behatf of the Pri�ipal, was _ of the sald Corporatlon; that I know his or her signature thereto fs genuine, and that said bond was duly signed, sealed, and attested for and in behalf of said Corporatlon by auuti»writy of its goveming body. Secretary of Assistant Sea�etary CORPORATE SEAL OF SURETY: L p4PORATE �� LEXON INSU COMPANY SUR BY� A mey-in-Fact (Attacfi Power of A mey) ROBERT D. DAVENPORT (Name of Person Exewtlng Bond) FRONTIER BONDING SERVICE 130 NI CKERSON ST STE 311 SEATTE, WA 98 109 (Address) City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-102 Page 54 2012 RFB ver. l-08 Bond No. 9812552 206-281-8411 (Phone) APPROVED AS TO FORM: Patrida A. Richardson, �ty Attomey cicy of Federal way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes W School RFB ver. 1-08 Page 55 RFB #12-102 2012 ! 1 �1 � �J POWER OF ATTORNEY 9815222 LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY KNOW ALL MEN BY Tf�SE PRESENTS, that LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY, a Texas Corporation with its principal office in Louisvilte, Kentucky, dces hereby constitute and appoint: ROBERT D. DAVENPORT its true and lawful Attomey(s)-In-Fact to make, execute, seal and deliver for, and on its behalf as surety, and as its act and deed a PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT BOND under bond or undertaking number 9815222 issued on behalf of NPM CONSTRUCTTON CO as principal in the penal sum of S u0,255.00 This suthority is raade under and by the suthority of a resolution which was pessed by the Board of Diraxors of LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY on this 1" day of July, 2003 as follows: ' Resolved, that the Presidem of the Company is hereby auttwrized to appoint and empower any representative of the Com�ny or other person or persons as Attorney-in-Fact to execute on behalf of the Company any bonds, undertakings, policies, contracts of indemnity or other writings obligatory in nature of a bond not to exceed S 250.255.00 , which the Company might exceute through its duly elected officcrs, and af�ix the seal of the Company hereto. Any said exxution of such ' documents by an Attomey-in-Fact shall be as binding upon ths Company as if they had bcen duly executed and acknowledged by the regularly elecud officers of the Company. Any Attomey-in-Fact, so appointed, may be nmoved for good cause �d the authority so granted may be revoked as spxified in the Power of Attomey. Resolved, thaat the signature of the Presidem and the seal of the Company may be affixed by facsimite on any power of attomey granted, and the signature of the Vice-President, and the seal of the Compeny may be affixed by facsimile to any certificate of any such power and any such power or certificate bearing such facsimile signature and seal shall be valid and binding on the Company. Any such power so executed and sealed and certificate so ac�uted and sealed shall, with respect to arry bond or undertaking to which it is attached, continue to be valid and binding on the Company. IN WITNESS TE�REOF, LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY has caused this insdvment to be signed by its President, and its Corporate Seal to be affixed this 2° day of July, 2003. �.+���MNC"' �� "°�F � ��SEAL � s t h • �'�q�� M �a� LEXON IIYSURANCE COMPANY BY � David E. Campbelt Presidrnt ACKNOWLEDGEMENT On this 2 day of July, 2003, before me, personally came David E. Campbell to me known, who being duly swom, did depose and say that he is the President of LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY, the corporation da9cribed in and which acecuted the above inshvment, that he executed said instrument on behalf of the corporation by authority of his office under the By-laws of said corporation. � �. TA'�i i f `� "w��: CERTIFICATE �°�..�. . �.�.�.�., Notary Public I, the undersigaed, Secretary of LEXON INSURANCE COMPANY, A Texas Company, DO HEREBY CERTIFY � the original Power of Attomey of which the foregoing is a true and corrxt copy, is in full fora and effect and has rwt been revoked and the resolutions as set forth are now in force. Signed and Sealod at Louisville, Kentucky this 24th Day of JULY , 2012 �l�( iE �Donal�Bu�an� ���Y "WARNING: Any pason who Ivrowingly and with intent to defraud any insurance company or other person, files an a�lication for inswance or staument of clatm containing any materially false information, or conceals for the purpose of misleading, information concerning any fact material thereto, commits a fraudulent insurance act, which is a crime and subjats such person to criminal and civil penalties." , � ' C�! ' � EXHIBIT P TITLE VI ASSURANCES During the performance of this contract, the contractor/consultant, for itself, its assignees and successors in interest (hereinafter referred to as the "contractor'� agrees as follows: 1. Compliance with Regulations The contractor shall comply with the Regulations relative to non-discrimination in federally assisted programs of l�nited States Department of Transportation (USDO�, Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, part 21, as they may be amended from time to time, (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations), which are herein incorporated by reference ar�d made a part of this contract. 2. Non-discrimination The contractor, with regard to the work performed by it during the contract, shall not , discriminate on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin in the selection and retention of sub-contractors, inciuding procurement of materials and leases of equipment. The contractor shall not participate either c�irectly or indirectly in the discrimination prohibited by Section 21.5 of the , Regulations, including employrnent practices when the contract covers a program set forth in Appendix B of the Regulations. ' , C' C' C�, � C� � ' 3. Solicitations for Sub-contracts, Including Procurement of Materials and Equipment In all solicitations either by competitive bidding or negotiations made by the contractor for work to be performed under a sub-contract, including procurement of materials or leases of equipment, each potential sub-contractor or supplier shall be notified by the contractor of the contractor's obligations under this contract and the Regulations relative to non-discrimination on the grounds of race, color, sex, or national origin. 4. Information and Reports The contractor shall provide all information and repor� required by the Regulations or directives issued pursuant thereto, and shall permit access to its books, records, accounts, other sources of information, a:nd its facilities as may be determined by the contracting agency or the appropriate federal agency to be pertinent to ascertain compliance with such Regulations, orders and instructions. Where any information required of a contractor is in the exclusive possession of another who fails or refuses to furnish this information, the contractor shall so certify to WSDOT or the USDOT as a�ppropriate, and shall set forth what efForts it has made to ob�in the information. 5, Sanctions for Non-compliance In the event of the contractor's non-compliance with the non-discrirnination provisions of this contract, the contracting agency shall impose such contract sanctions as it or the USDOT may determine to be appropriate, including, but not limited to: Withholding of payments to the City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary 8chool Safe Routes to School Page 56 RFB ver. 1-08 ' . 2012 b��: ; �F�113�► contractor under the contract until the contractor complies, and/or; Cancellation, termination, or suspension of the contract, in whole or in part. Incorporation of Provisions The contractor shall include the ptovisions of paragraphs (1) through (5) in every sub- contract, including procurement of materials and leases of equipment, unless exempt by the Regu'lations, or directives issued pursuant thereto. The contractor shall take such action with respect to any sub-contractor or procurement as the contracting agency or USDOT may direct as a means of enforcing such provisions including �nctions for non-compliance. Provided, however, that in the event a contractor becomes involved in, or is threatened with, Iitigation with a sub- contractor or supplier as a result of such direction, the contractor may request WSDOT enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the state and, in addition, the contractor may request the U5DOT enter into such lifigation to protect the interests of the United States. City of Federal Way Mazk Twain Elementary School Safe Routes to School RFB #12-1U2 Page 57 2012 RFB ver. 1-08 AMENDMENTS TO 'rHE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS STANDARD AMENDMENTS IIdTRODUCTION The following Amendments and Special Provisions shall be used in conjunction with the 2012 Standarcl Specifications for Road, Bridge, and Municipal Construction. AMENDMENTS TO THE STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS The following Amendments to the Standard Specifications are rnade a part of this contract and supersede any conflicting provisions of the Standard Specifications. For informational purposes, the date following each Amendment title indicates fhe implementation date o# the Amendment or the latest date of revision. Each Amendment contains all current revisions to the applicable section of the Standard Specifications and may include references which do not apply to this particular project. Section 1-01, Definition and Terms January 2, 2012 1-01.3 Definitions The definition for "Bid Documents" is revised to read: The component parts of the proposed Contract which may include, but are not limited to, #he Proposal Form, the proposed Contract Provisions, the proposed Contract Plans, Addenda, and, for projects wi#h Contracting Agency subsurface investigations, the Summary of Geotechnical Conditions and subsurface boning logs (if any). Section 1-02, Bid Procedures and Conditions January 2, 2012 1-02.4(2) Subsurface Information The first two sentences in the first paragraph are revised to read: If the Contracting Agency has made subsurface investigation of the site of the proposed work, the boring log data, soil sample test data, and geotechnical recommendations reports obtained by the Contracting Agency will be made available for inspection by the Bidders at the location specified in the Special Provisions. The Summary of Geotechnical Conclitions, as an appendix to the Special Provisions, and the boring logs shall be considered as part of the Contract. Section 1-08, Prosecution and Progress January 2, 2012 1-08.3(1) General Requirements The following new paragraph is inserted after the first paragraph: Total float belongs to the project and shall not be for #he exclusive benefit of any party. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Sa#e Routes To School Page 1 RFB 12-102 , June 2012 � ' , ' ' � �� , ' ' � '� STANDARD AMENDMENTS Section 3-04, Acceptance of Aggregate January 2, 2012 3-04.3(7)D4 An Entire Lot The last sentence is deleted. 3-04.5 Payment 1n the second paragraph, the reference "Section 3-04.3(6)C " is revised to read "Section 3- 04.3(8)". Section 5-01, Cement Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation January 2, 2012 5-01.3(2)B Portland Cement Concrete The fifth sentence in the third paragraph is revised to read: The lower Specification limit for compressive strength shall be 4,000-psi. The last two sentences in the third paragraph are deleted. Section 6-02, Concrete Structures January 2, 2012 6-02.3{17jF Bracing In the first paragraph, the phrase "per Section 6-02.3(17}I� is revised to read "in accordance with Section 6-02.3(17)I". This section is supplemented with the following new sub-section: 6-02.3(17)F5 Temporary Bracing for Bridge Girders During Diaphragm and Bridge Deck Concrete Placement ' Prestressed concre#e girders shall be braced to resist forces that would cause rotation or torsion 'rn the girders caused by the placing of precast concrete deck panels and concrete for the bridge deck. L� ' I� �J I J Bracing shall be designed and detailed by the Contractor and shall be shown in the falsework/formwock plans subrnitted to the Engineer fior approval. These braces shall be furnished, installed, and removed by the Contractor at no additional cost to the Con#racting Agency. The Contractor may consider the bracing effects of the diaphragms in developing the falsework/formwork plans. The Contractor shall account for the added load from concrete finishing machines and other construction loadings in the design of the braci.ng. Falsework support brackets and braces shall not be welded to structural steel bridge members or to steel reinforcing bars. City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain El�nentary School Safe Routes To School Page 2 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' STANDARD AMENDMENTS 6-02.3(17)P4 Temporary Bracing for Bridge Girders This section including title is revised to read: 6-02.3(17)F4 Temporary Bracing for Bridge Girders During Erection Steel girders shall be braced in accordance with Section 6-03.3(7)A. Prestressed concrete girders shall be braced sequentiatly during girder erection. The bracing shall be designed and detailed by the Contractor and shall be shown in the falsework/formwork plans submitted to the Engineer for approval. The Contractor shall furnish, install, and remove the bracing at no additional cost to the Contracting Agency. At a minimurn, the Contractor shall brace girders at each end and at midspan to prevent lateral movement or rotation. T.his bracing shall be placed prior to the release of each girder from the erection equipment. If the bridge is constructed with cast-in-place concrete diaphragms, the bracing may be removed once the concrete in the diaphragms has been placed and cured for a minimum of 24 hours. 6-02.3(25)N Prestressed Concrete Girder Erection The third sentence in #he fifth paragraph is revised to read: The girders sh�l be braced in accordance with Sections 6-02.3(17)F4 and 6- 02.3(17)F5. Section 6-12, Noise Barrier 1Malls January 2, 2012 6-12.3(3) Shaft Construction The third sentence in the fifth paragraph is revised to read: When efforts to advance past the obstruction to the design shaft tip elevation result in the rate of advance of the shaft drilling equipment being significantly reduced relative to the rate of advance for the res# of the shaft excavation, then the Contractor shall remove the obstruction under the provisions of Section 6-12.5. 6-'12.5 Payment This section is supplemented with the following: "Removing Noise Barrier Wall Shaft Obstructions", estimated. Payment #or removing obstructions, as defined in Section 6-12.3(3), will be made for the changes in shaft construction methods necessary to remove the obstruction. The Contractor and the Engineer shall evaluate the effort made and reach agreement on the equipment and employees utilized, and the number of hours involved for each. Once these cos# items and their duration have been agreed upon, the payment arnount will be determined using the ra#e and markup methods specified in Section 1-09.6. For the purpose of providing a common proposal for all bidders, the Contracting Agency has City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 3 RF812-102 ' June 2012 � � ' ' II ' � � i� � � !�J � ir l U �I STANDARD AMENDMENTS entered an amount for the item "Removing Noise Barrier Wall Shaft Obstructions" in the bid proposal to become a part of the total bid by the Contractor. If the shaft construction equipment is idled as a result of the obstruction removal work and cannot be reasonably reassigned within the project, then standby payment #ar the idled equipment will be added to the payment calculations. tf labor is idled as a result o# the obstruction rernoval work and cannot be reasonably reassigned within the project, then all labor costs resulting from Contractor labor agreements and established Contractor policies wilt be added to the payment calculations. The Contractor shall perform the amount of obstruction work estimated by the Contracting Agency within the original time of the contract. The Engineer will consider a time adjustment and additional compensation for costs related to the extended duration of the shaft construction operations, provided: 1. the dollar amount estimated by the Contracting Agency has been exceeded, and; 2. the Contractor shows that the obstruction removal work represents a delay to the completion of the project based on #he current progress schedule provided in accordance with Seefion 1-08.3. Section 6-14, Geosynthetic Retaining Walls January 2, 2012 6-14.2 Materials In the first paragraph, the following items are inserted after the item "Gravel Borow For Geosynthetic Retaining Wall": The referenced section for the following item is revised to read: Grout 9-20�3(4) Polyurethane Sealant 9-04.2(3) Closed Cell Foam Backer Rod 9-04.2(3)A Section 6-15, Soil Nail Walls January 2, 2012 6-15.2 Materials The referenced section for the following item is revised to read: Grout 9-20.3(4) 6-15.3(3) Submittals Item f beneath item number 3 is revised to read: f. Mix design and procedures for placing #he grout. Ciry of ;Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Sa#e Routes To School Page 4 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' STANDARD AMENDMENTS 6-15.3(6) Soil Nailing This section is supplemented with the foliowing: The Contractor shall make and cure grout cubes once per day in acaordance with WSDOT Test Method T 813. These samples shall be retained by the Contractor until all associated verification and proof testing of the soil nails has been successfully completed. If the Contractor elects to test the grout cubes for compressive strength, testing shall be conducted by an independent laboratory and shall be in accordance with the WSDOT FOP for AASHTO T106. Section 6-16, Soldier Pile and Soldier Pile Tieback Walls January 2, 2012 6-16.3(3) Shaft Excavation The third sentence in the seventh paragraph is revised to read: When efforts to advance past the obstruction to the design shaft #ip elevation result in the rate of advance of the shaft drilling equipment being significantly reduced relative to the rate of advance for the rest of the shaft excavation, then the Contractor shall remove the obstruction under the provisions of Section 6-16.5. 6-'16.5 Payment This section is supplemented with the following: "Removing Soldier Pile Sha#t Obstructions", estimated. Payment for remo�ing obstructions, as defined in Section 6-16.3(3), wil�l be made for the changes in shaft construction methods necessary to remove the obstruction. The Contractor and the Engineer shall evaluate the effort made and reach agreement on the equipment and employees utilized, and the numb�r of hours involved for each. Once these cost items and their duration have been agreed upon, the payment amount will be determined using the rate and markup methods specified in Section 1-09.6. For the purpose of providing a common proposal for all bidders, the Contracting Agency has entered an amount for the item "Removing Soldier Pile Shaft Obstructions" in the bid proposal to become a part of the total bid by the Contractor. If the shaft construction equipment is idled as a result of the obstruction removal work and cannot be reasonably reassigned within the project, then standby payment for the idled equipment will be added to the payment calculations. 1f labor is idled as a result of the obstruction removal work and cannot be reasonably reassigned within the project, then all labor costs resulting from Contractor labor agreements and established Contractor policies will be added to the payment calculations. The Contractor shall perform the amount of obstruction work estimated by the Contracting Agency within the original time of the contract. The Engineer will consider a City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 5 RFB 12-102 ,' June 2012 ' ' � �, � � � , ' ' � � LJ � ' t ' � STANDARD AMENDMENTS time adjustment and additional compensafion for costs related to the extended duration of the shaft construction operations, provided: the dollar amount estimated by the Contracting Agency has been exceeded, and; 2. the Contractor shows that the obstruction removal work represents a delay to the completion of the project based on the current progress schedule provided in accordance with Section 1-08.3. Section 6-17, Permanent Ground Anchors January 2, 2012 6-17.3(3) Submittals The first sentence in the sixth paragraph is revised to read: The Contractor shall submit the mix design for the grout conforming to Sec#ion 9- 20.3(4) and the procedures for placing the grout to the Engineer for approval. 6-17.3(7) Installing Permanent Ground Anchors The following new paragraph is inserted after the sixth paragraph: The Contractor shall ma'ke and cure grout cubes once per day in accordance with WSDOT Tes# Method T 813. These samples shall be retained by the Contractor until all associated verification, performance and proof testing of the permanent ground anchors has been successfully completed. If the Gontractor elects to test the grout cubes for compressive strength, testing shall be conducted by an independent laboratory and shal� be in accordance with the WSDOT FOP for AASHTO T106. Section 7-04, Storm Sewers January 2, 2012 7-04.3(1)B Exfiltration Test — Storm Sewers The fifth column title "PE is revised to read "PP from the table titled, "Storm Sewer Pipe Schedules". Section 8-2Q, Illumination, Traffic Signal Systems, And Electrical January 2, 2012 8-20.3(9) Bonding, Grounding The first sentence in the second paragraph is replaced with the following two sentences: All conduit installed shall have an equipment ground conductor installed in addition to the conductors noted in the Contract. Conduit with innerducts shall have an equiprnent ground conductor installed in each innerduct t�at has an electrical conductor. City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 6 RFB 12-102 June 2012 LJ STANDARD AMENDME:NTS ection 8-21, Permanent Signing January 2, 2012 8-21.3(9)A Fabrication of Steel Structures The first sentence in the first paragraph is revised to read: Fabrication shal:l conform to the applicable requirements of Section 6-03 and 9-06. This sec#ion is supplemented with the following: All fabrication, including repairs, adjus#ments or modifications of previously fabricated sign structure members and connection elernents, shall be performed in the shop, under an Engineer approved shop drawing prepared and submitted by tlie Contractor for the origina'I fabrication ar the specific repair, adjustment or rnodification. Sign structure fabrication repair, adjustment or modification of any kind in the field is not permitted. If fabrication repair, adjustment or modification occurs after a sign structure member or connection element has been galvanized, the entire member or element shall 'be re-galvanized in accordance with AASHTO M 111. 8-21.3(9)B Vacant This section including title is revised #o read: 8 21.3(9)B Erection of Stee! Structures Erection shall conform to the applicable requirements of Sections 6-03 and 8-21.3(9)F. Section 8-21.3(9)F notwithstanding, the Contractor may erect a sign bridge prior to completion of the shaft cap portion of one foundation for one post provided the fiollowing conditions are satisfied: 1. The Contractor shall submit design calculations and working drawings of the temporary supports and fialsework supporting the sign bridge near the location of the incomplete foundation to the Engineer for approval in accordance with Section 6-01.9. The submittal shall include the method of releasing and removing the temporary supports and falsework without inducing (oads and stress into the sign bridge. 2. The Contractor shall submit the method used to secure the anclior bolt array in proper position with the sign bridge while casting the shaft cap concrete to complete the foundation. 3. The Contractor shall erect the sign bridge and temporary supports and falsework, complete the remaining portion of the incomplete foundation, and remove the temporary supports and falsework, in accordance with the working drawing submittals as approved by the Engineer. &21.3(9)F Foundations The eighth paragraph is replaced with the following three new paragraphs: CFty of Federal Way AAark Twttin Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 7 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , � � � ' STANDARD AMENDMENTS After construction of concrete foundations for sign bridge and cantilever sign structures, the Contractor shall sunrey the foundation locations and elevations, the anchor bolt array locations and leng#hs of exposed threads. The Contractor shall confirm that the survey conforms to the sign structure post, beam, span and foundation design geometry shown in the Plans, and shal'I identify any deviations from the design geometry shown in the P'lans. When deviations are identified, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer, and such notice shall be accompanied by the Contractor's proposed method(s) of addressing the deviations, including removal and reconstruction of the shaft cap portion of the affected concrete foundation as outlined in this Section, or fabrication repair, adjustment or modification, with associated shop drawings, in accordance with Section 8-21.3(9)A. If the Contractor's survey indicates that a concrete foundation has been co.nstructed tncorrectly for a sign structure that has already been fabricated, the Contractor may remove and reconstruct the shaft cap portion of the foundation, in accordance with Section 1-07.13, provided the following conditions are satisfied: 1. The Contractor shall submit the method and equipment to be used #o remove the portion of the concrete foundation to be removed and reconstructed to the Engineer for approval in accordance with Section 1-05.3. The submittal shall include confirmation that the equipment and the method of operation is appropriate to ensure that the existing anchor bolt array and primary shaft vertical steel reinforcing bars will not be damaged. 2. All steel reinforcing bars, except for steel reinforcing bars extending from the bottom portion of the foundation to remain, shall be removed and disposed of in accordance with Sections 2-02.3 and 2-03.3(7)C, and shall be replaced with new steei reinforcing bars conforming to the size, dimensions and geometry shown in the Plans. All concrete of the removed portion of the foundation shall be removed and disposed of in accordance with Sections 2-02.3 and 2- 03.3(7)C. 3. The Contractor shall adjust the primary shaft vertical steel reinforcing bars as ' necessary in accordance with Section 6-02.3{24)C to provide clearance for the anchor bolt array. ' Sign structures shall not be erected on concrete #oundafiions until the Contractor confirms that the foundations and the fabricated sign structures are either compatible with each other and the design geometry shown in the Plans, or have been modified in ' accordance with this Section and as approved by the Eng.ineer to be compatible with each other, and fhe foundations have attained a compressive strength of 2,400-psi. � ' ' &2'1.5 Payment This section is supplemented with the following: All costs in connection with surveying completed concrete foundations �or sign bridges and cantilever sign structures shall be included in the lurnp sum contract price #or "Structure Surveyingn, except that when no Bid item is included in the Proposal for "Structure Sunreying" then such costs shall be included in the lump sum contract price(s) for "Sign Bridge No. _" and "Cantilever Sign Structure No. �'. City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 8 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' STANDARD AMENDMENTS Section 9-04, Joint And Crack Sealing Materials January 2, 2012 9-04.2 Joint Sealants This section is supplemented with the foliowing new sub-sections: 9-04.2(3) Polyurethane Sea/ant Polyurethane sEalant shall conform to ASTM C 920 Type S Grade NS Class 25 Use M. olyurethane sealant shail be compatible with the closed cell foam backer rod. When required, compatibility characteristics of sealants in contact with backer rods shall be determined by Tes# Method ASTM C 1087. 9-04.2(3)A C/osed Cell Foam Backer Rod Closed cell foam backer rod for use with polyurethane sealant shall conform to ASTM C 1330 Type C. Section 9-14, Erosion Control and Roadside Planting January 2, 2012 9-14.6(1) Description Item C. In the fourth paragraph is revised to read: C. Live pole cuttings shall have a minimum 2-inch diameter and no more than three branches which shall be pruned back #o the first bud from the main stem. Section 9-20, Concrete Patching Material, Grout, and Mortar January 2, 2012 9-20.3(3) Grout Type 3 for Unconfined Bearing Pad Apptications This section :is revised to read: Grout Type 3 shall be a prepackaged material meeting the requirements of ASTM C 928 — Table 1, R2 Concrete or iVlortar. 9-20.3(4) Grout Type 4 for Multipurpose Applications In the third sentence of #he first paragraph, the reference "0.40" is revised to read "0.45�. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 9 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � STANDARD AMENDMENTS BLANK PAGE City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page I c� � � I ' I� , SPECIAL PROVISIONS INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL PROVISIONS (July 31, 2007 APWA GSP) The work on this project shall be accomplished in accordance with the Standard Specifications for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction, 2012 edition, as issued by the Washington Sta#e Department of Transportation (WSDOT) and the American Public Works Association (APWA), Washington State Chapter {hereafter "Standard Specifications"). The Standard Specifications, as modified or supplemented by the Amendments to the Standard Specifications and these Special Provisions, all of which are made a part of the Contract Documents, shall govern all of the Work. These Special Provisions are made up af both General Special Provisions (GSPs) from , various sources, which may have project-specific fill-ins; and project-specif�c Specia� Provisions. Each Provision either supplements, modifies, or replaces the comparable Standard Specification, or is a new Provision. The deletion, amendment, alteration, or addition to any subsection or portion of the Standard Specifications is meant to pertain only ' to that particular portion of the section, and in no way should it be interpreted that the balance of the section does not apply. , CJ� � t C �I � C C � The project-specific Special Provisions are not labeled as such. The GSPs are labeled under the headers of each GSP, with the date of the GSP and its source, as follows: (May 18, 2007 APWA GSP) (August 7, 2006 GSP) Also incorporated into the Con#ract Documents by reference are: • Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, currently adopted edition, with Wash:ington State rnodifications, if any � Standard Plans for Road, Bridge and Municipal Construction, WSDOT/APWA, current edition �$$City of Federal Way Standard Plans •$$ Federal Way City Standards for Public Works Engineer'rng and Cox�struction $$ Contractor shall obtain copies of these publications, at Contractor's own expense. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Sa#e Routes To School Page 2 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS DIVISION 1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS DESCRIPTION OF WC3RK (March i3, 1995) This Contract provides for the completion of the $$ Mark Twain Elementary School Safie Routes to School Improvements Project$$, all in accordance with the attached Contract Plans, these Contract Provisions, and the Standard Specifications. 1-01 DEFINITIONS AND TERMS i-01.3 Definitions (September 12, 2008 APWA GSP) This Section is supplemented with the following: AA references in the Standard Specifications to the terms "State", "Department of Transportationfl, "Washington State Transportation Commission", "Commission", "Secretary of Transportation", "Secretary", "Headquarters", and "State Treasurer" shall be revised to read "Contracting Agency". All references to "State Materials Laboratory" shali be revised to read "Contracting Agency designated location�. The venue of all causes of action arising from the advertisement, award, execution, and performance of the Contract shall be in the Superior Court of the County where the Contracting Agency's headquarters are located. Additive A supplementai unit of work or group of Bid items, identified separately in the Proposal, which may, at the discretion of the Contracting Agency, be awarded in addition to the base Bid. Alternate One of two or more units of work or groups of Bid items, identified separately in the Proposal, from which the Contracting Agency may make a choice between different methods or material of construction for performing the same work. Contract Documents See definition for "ContracY'. Contract Time City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary Sch�ool Safe Routes To School Page 3 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' ' ' ' , ' C' SPECIAL PROVISIONS The period of time established by the terms and conditions of the Contract within which the work must be physicaliy completed. Dates Bid Opening Date The date on which the Contracting Agency pub�icly opens and reads the bids. Award Date The date of the formal decision of the Contracting Agency to accept the lowest responsible and responsive bidder for the work. Contract Execution Date The date the Contracting Agency officially binds the agency to the Cantract. Notice to Proceed Date The date stated in the Notice to Proceed on which the Contract time begins. Substantial Completion Date The day the Engineer determfnes the Contracting Agency has fuN and unrestricted use and , benefit of the facilities, both from the operational and safety standpoint, and only minor incidental work, replacement of temporary substitute facilities, or correction or repair remains for the physical completion of the total Contract. ' Physical Completion Date �The day all of the work is physically completed on the project. All documentation required by , the Contract and required by law does not necessarily need to be furnished by the Contractor by this date. LJ ' ' , ' Completion Date The day all the work specified in the Contract is completed and all the obligations of the Contractor under the Contract are fulfilled by the Contractor. All documentation required by the Contract and required by law must be fumished by the Contractor before establishment of this date. Final Acceptance Date The date on which the Contracting Agency accepts the work as complete. Notice of Award City of federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary Schaol Safe Routes To School Page 4 RFB 12-102 June 2012 C I SPECIAL PROVISIONS The written notice from the Contracting Agency to the successful bidder signifying the Contracting Agency's acceptance of #he Bid. Notice to Proceed The written notice from the Contracting Agency or 'Engineer to the Contractor authorizing and directing #he Contractor to proceed with the work and establishing the date on which the Contract time begins. Traffic Both vehicular and non-vehicular traffic, such as pedestrians, bicyclists, wheelchairs, and equestrian traffic. 1-02 BID PROCEDURES AND CONDITIONS 1-02.1 Prequalification of Bidders Delete this Section and rep/ace it with the following: 1-02.1 Qualifications of Bidder (January 24, 2011 APWA GSP) Before award of a public works Contract, a bidder must meet at least the minimum qualifications of RCW 39.04.350(1) to be considered a responsible bidder and qualified to be awarded a public works project. 1-02.2 Plans and Specifications (June 27, 201 i APWA GSP) Delete this secfion and replace it with the following: Information as to where Bid Documents can be obtained or reviewed can be found in the Call for Bids (Advertisement for Bids) #or the work. After award of the Contract, Plans and specifications will be issued to the Contractor at no cost as detailed below: To Prime Contractor No. of Sets Basis of Distribution Reduced Plans 11" x 17" 6 Furnished automaticall u on award. Contract Provisions 6 Furnished automatically upon award. Large Plans (e.g., 22" x 2 Furnished only upon request. 34") ' City of Federal Way Mark Twafn Blementary School Safe Route,s To School Page 5 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' , � ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Additional Plans and Contract Provisions may be obtained by the Contractor from the source stated in the Call #or Bids, at the Contractor's own expense. 1-02.4 Examination of Plans, Speci�ca#ions, and Site of Work (Special Provision) Section 1-02.4, is supplemented with the following: � **�**,� , In reference to this section, the soils in#ormation used for study and design of #his project is inciuded in Appendix D(Geotechnical Boring Logs). 1-02.5 Proposal Forms (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) LJ ll ' ' Delete this section and replace it with the following: The Proposal Form will identify the project and its location and describe the work. It will also list estimated quantities, units of ineasurement, the items of work, and the materia�ls to be furnished at the unit Bid prices. The bidder shall complete spaces on the Proposal form that call for, but are not limited to, unit prices; extensions; summations; the total Bid amount; signa#ures; date; and, where applicable, retail sales taxes and acknowledgment of addenda; the bidder's name, address, teiephone number, and signature; the bidder's D/M/WBE commitment, if applicable; a State o# Washing#on Contractor's Registration Number; and a Business License Number, if applicable. Bids shall be completed by typing or shall be printed in ink by hand, preferably in `black ink. The required certifications are included as part of the Proposal Form. The Contracting Agency reserves the right to arrange the Proposal forms with alternates and ' additives, if such be to the advantage of the Contracting Agency. The bidder shall Bid on all alternates and additives set forth in the Proposal Form unless otherwise specified. � �J � � t �J 1-02.6 Preparation of Proposal (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) Supplement fhe second paragraph with the following: 4. 5. If a minimum bid amount has been established for any itern, the unit or lump sum price must equal or exceed the minimum amount stated. Any correction to a bid made by interlineation, a�lteration, or erasure, shall be initialed by the signer of the bid. Delete the last paragraph, and replace it with the following: The Bidder shall make no stipulation on fhe Bid Form, nor qual'rfy the bid in any manner. A bid by a corporation shall be executed in the corporate name, by fhe president or a vice president (or other corporate officer accompanied by evidence of authority to sign). City of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 6 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS A bid by a partnership shall :be executed in #he partnership name, and signed by a partner. A copy of #he partnership agreement shall be submitted with the Bid Form if any D/M/WBE requirements are to be satisfied through such an agreement. A bid by a joint venture shall be executed in the joint venture name and signed by a member of the joint venture. A copy of the joint venture agreement shall be submitted wi#h the Bid Form if any D/W/MBE requirements are to be satisfiied through such an agreement. Section 1-02.6 is supplemented with the following: (August 2, 2004) The fifth and sixth paragraphs of Section 1-02.6 are deleted. 1-02.7 Bid Deposit (October i, 2005 APWA GSP) This section is to be supplemented with the following: Bid bonds shall contain the following: 1 2 3. Contracting Agency-assigned number #or the project; Name of #he project; The Contracting Agency named as obligee; 4. The amount of the Bid bond stated either as a dollar figure or as a percentage which represer�ts five percent of the maximum Bid amoun# that could be awarded; 5. Signature of the bidder's officer empowered to sign official statements. The signature of the person authorized to submit the Bid should agree with the signature on the bond, and the title of the person must accompany the said signature; 6. The signature of the surety's officer empowered to sign the bond and the power of attorney. If so stated in the Contract Provisions, bidder must use the bond form included in the Contract Provisions. i-02.9 Delivery of Proposal (January 24, 2011 APWA GSP) Delete this section and replace it with the following: Each Proposat shall be submitted in a sealed envelope, with the Project Name and Project Nwrnber as sta#ed in the Advertisement for Bids clearly marked on the outside of the envelope, or as otherwise required in the Bid Documents, to ensure proper handling and delivery. City of Federal Way Mark Twrain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 7 R'FB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS The Contracting Agency will not consider Proposals it receives after the time fixed for opening Bids in the call for Bids. 1-02.12 Public Opening Of Proposal (Special Provision) Section 1-02.12 is supplemented wi#h the following: � *,�,��*,� Date of Opening Bids Sealed bids are to be received at one of the #oliowing locations prior to the time Specified: 1. In the City of Federal Way Purchasing Office, 33325 8th Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98063, until 10:00 A.M. of the bid opening date. Bids delivered in person will be received only in the Bid Room on the bid opening date. The bid opening date for this project is Monday July 9, 2012. Bids received wi�l be publicly opened and read after 10:10 A. M. on this date. 1-02.13 Irregular Proposals (March 25, 2009 APWA GSP) Revise item 1 to read: 1. A Proposal will be considered �irregular and will be rejected if: a. The Bidder is not prequalified when so reauired; b. The autharized Proposal form furnished by the Contracting Agency is not used or is altered; c. The completed Proposal form cantains any unauthorized additions, de(etions, alternate Bids, or conditions; d. The Bidder adds provisions reserving the right to reject or accept the award, or en#er into the Contract; e. f. A price per unit cannot be determined from the Bid Proposal; The Proposal form is not properly executed; g. The Bidder fails to submit or ,properly complete a Subcontractor list, if applicable, as required in Section 1-02.6; h. The Bidder fails to submit or pro.perly complete a Disadvantaged, Minority or Women's Business Enterprise Certification, if applicable, as requi.red in Section 1-02.6; City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 8 SPECIAL PROVISIONS i. The Bid Proposal does not constitute a definite and unqualified offer to meet the material terms of the Bid invitation; or j. More than one Proposal is submitted for the same project from a Bidder under the same or different names. 1-02.15 Pre-Award Information (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) Revise this section to read.• Before awarding any Contract, the Contracting Agency rnay require one or more of these items or actions of the apparent lowest responsible bidder: 1. A complete statement of the origin, composition, and rnanufacture of any or all materials to be used, 2. Samples of these materials for quality and fitness tests, 3. A progress schedu;le (in a form the Contracting Agency requires) showing the order of and time required for the various phases of the work, 4. A breakdown of costs assigned to any Bid item, 5. Attendance at a confierence with the Engineer or representatives of the Engineer, 6. Obtain, and furnish a copy of, a business license to do business in the city or county where the work is located. 7. A copy of State of Washington Contractor's Registration, or 8. Any other information or action taken that is deemed necessary to ensure that the bidder is the lowest responsible bidder. 1-03 AWARD AND EXECUTION OF CONTRACT 1-03.3 Execution of Contract (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) Revise this section to read: Copies of the Contract Provisions, including the unsigned Form of Contract, will be available for signature by the successful bidder on thg first business day following award. The number of copies to be executed by the Contractor will be determined by the Contracting Agency. Within $$10$$ calendar days a#ter the award date, the successful bidder shall return the signed Contracting Agency-prepared Contract, an insurance certification as required by Section 1-07.18, and a satisfactory bond as required by law and Section 1-03.4. Before execution of the Contract by the Contracting Agency, the successful bidder shall provide any pre-award information the Contracfing Agency may require under Section 1-02.15. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 9 'RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' � r � � ' IJ SPECIAL PROVISIONS Until the Contracting Agency executes a Contract, no Proposal shall bind the Contrac#ing Agency nor shall any work begin within the project limits or within Contracting Agency- furnished sites. The Contractor shall bear all risks for any work begun outside such areas and #or any materials ordered before the Contract is executed by the Contracting Agency. If the bidder experiences circumstances beyond their control that prevents retum of the Contract documents within the calendar days after the award date stated above, the Contracting Agency rnay grant up to a maximum of $$5$$ additional calendar days for return of the documents, provided the Contracting Agency deems the circumstances warrant it. 1-03.4 Contract Bond (June 27, 2011) Section 1-03.4 is supplemented with the following: Release of Contract Bond wiU be 60 days fol'lowing Contracting Agency Final Acceptance of Contract, provided following conditions are met: ' 1. Payment to the State with respect to taxes imposed pursuant to Title 82, RCW on Contracts totaling more than $ 35,000, a release has been obtained from the Washington State Department of Revenue. � , 2. Affidavits of Wages Paid for the Contractor and all Subcontractors are on file with the Contracting Agency (RCW 39.12.040). 3. A certificate of Payment of Contributions Penalties and Interest o.n Public Works Contract is received from the Washington State Ernployment Security Department. ' 4. Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (per Section 1-07.10) shows the Contractor, Subeontractor(s) and any lower tier Subcontractor(s) are current wi#h payments of industrial insurance and medical aid premiums. ' �i C ' �'' 1 5. A41 clairns, as provided by 1aw, filed against the Contract Bond have been resolved. 1-04 SCOPE OF THE WORK 1-04.2 Coordination of Contract Documents, Plans, Special Provisions, Specifications, and Addenda (March 13, 2012 APWA GSP) Revise the second paragraph to read: Any inconsistency in fhe parts of the contract shall be resolved by following tMis order of precedence (e.g., 1 presiding over 2, 2 over 3, 3 over 4, and so forth): 1. Addenda, 2. Proposal Form, 3. Special Provisions, 4. Contract Plans, City of Federal Way ' Mark Twaln Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 10 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS 5. Amendments to the Standard Specifications, 6. Standard Specifications, 7. Contracting Aqencv's Standard Plans or Details (if anv), and 8. WSDOT Standard Plans for Road. Bridae. and Municipal Construction '1-04.4(7) Minor Changes (Special Provision) Section 1-04.4(1) is supplemented with the following: � ***��,� Payment will be made in accordance with when included in the proposal: "Minor Ghange" per calc. 1-05 CONTROL OF WORK 1-05.4 Conformity With and Deviations from Plans and Stakes Section 1-05.4 is supplemented with the tollowing: (Special Provision) � ***,►*,� Contractor Surveying - Roadway � Copies of the Contracting Agency provided primary sunrey control data are available for the bidder's inspection at the office of the Project Engineer. The Contractor shall be responsible for setting, maintaining, and resetting all alignment stakes, slope stakes, and grades necessary for the construction of the roadbed, drainage, surfacing, paving, channelization and pavement marking, itlumination and signals, guardrails and barriers, and signing. Except for the survey control data to be furnished by the Contracting Agency, catculations, surveying, and measuring required for setting and maintaining the necessary lines and grades shatl be the Contractor's responsibility. Detailed survey records shall be maintained, including a description of the work performed on each shift, the methods utilized, and the control points used. The record shall be adequate to allow the survey to be reproduced. A copy of each day's record shall be provided to the Engineer within three working days after the end of the shift. The meaning of words and terrns used in this provision shall be as listed in "De#initions of Surveying and Associa#ed Terms" current edition, published by the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping and the American Society of Civil Engineers. The survey work shall include but not be limited to the following: 1. Verify the primary horizontal and vertical control furnished by the Contracting Agency, and expand into secondary control by adding stakes and hubs as well City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Paye 11 Section 1-04.1 for the following bid item(s) RFB 12•102 ' :lune 2012 t ' � 1 � � � ' LJ , ' �I ��'�� C C, ' � � , u SPECIAL PROVISIONS as additional survey control needed for the project. Provide descriptions of secondary control to the Contracting Agency. The description shall include coordinates and elevations of all secondary control points. 2. Establish, the centerlines of all alignments, by placing hubs, stakes, or marks on centerline or on offsets to centerline at all curve points (PCs, PTs, and Pls) and at points on the alignments spaced no further than 50 feet. 3. Establish clearing limits, placing stakes at aIl angle poin#s and at intermediate points not more than 50 feet apart. The clearing and grubbing limits shall be 5 feet beyond the toe of a fill and 10 feet beyond the top of a cut unless otherwise shown in the Plans. 4. Establish grading limits, placing slope stakes at centerline increments not more than 50 feet apart. Establish offset reference to all slope stakes. 'If Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) Machine Controls are used to provide grade control, then slope stakes may be ornitted at the discretion of �he Contractor 5. Establish #he horizontal and vertical location of all drainage features, placing offset stakes to ali drainage structures and to pipes at a horizontal interval not greater than 25 feet. 6. Es#ablish roadbed and surfacing elevations by placing stakes at the top of subgrade and at the top of each course of surFacing. Subgrade and surfacing stakes shall be set at horizontal intervals not greater than 50 feet in tangent sections, 25 feet in curve sections with a radius less than 300 feet, and at 10- foot intervals in intersection radii with a radius less than 10 feet. Transversely, stakes shall be placed at all locations where the roadway slope changes and at additional points such that the transverse spacing of stakes is not more than 12 feet. If GPS Machine Controls are used to provide grade control, then roadbed and surfacing stakes may be omitted at the discretion of the Contractor. 7. Establish intermediate elevation benchmarks as needed to check work throughout the project. 8. Provide references for paving pins at 25-foot intervals or provide simultaneous surveying to establish location and elevation of paving pins as they are being placed. 9. For all other types of construction included in thris provision, (including bu# not limited to channelization and pavement marking, illumination and signals, guardrails and barriers, and signing) provide staking and layout as necessary to adequately locate, construct, and check the speci#ic construction activity. 10. The Contractor shall collect additional topographic survey data as needed in order to match into existing roadways such that the transition from the new pavement to the existing pavement is smoot�h and that the pavement and ditches drain properly. If changes to the profiles or roadway sections shown in the contract plans are needed to achieve proper smoothness and drainage where matching into exis#ing features, the Contractor shall submit these changes to the Project Engineer for review and approval 10 days prior to the beginning of work. City of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Sa#e Routes To School Page 12 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS The Contractor shall provide the Contracting Agency copies of any calculations and staking data when requested by the Engineer. To facilita#e the establishment of these lines and elevations, #he Contracting Agency will provide the Contractor with prirnary sunrey control information consisting of descriptions of two primary control points used for the horizontal and vertical control, and descriptions of twa additional primary control points #or every additional three miles o# project length. Primary control points will be described by reference to the project alignment and the coordinate system and elevation datum utilized by the project. In addition, the Contracting Agency wilt supply horizontal coordinates for the beginning and ending points and for each Point of Intersection (PI) on each alignment included in the project. The Contractor shall ensure a surveying accuracy within the following tolerances: Slope stakes Subgrade grade stakes set 0.04 feet below grade Stationing on roadway Alignment on roadway Surfacing grade stakes Roadway paving pins for surfacing or paving Vertical Horizontal ±0.10 feet ±0.10 feet ±0.01 feet ±0.5 feet (parallel to alignment) ±0.1 feet (normal to alignrnent) N/A ±0.1 feet N/A ±0.04 feet ±0.01 feet ±0.5 feet (parallel to alignment) ±0.1 feet (normal to alignment) ±0.01 feet ±0.2 feet (parallet to alignment) ±0.1 feet (normal to alignment) The Contracting Agency may spot-check the Contractor's surveying. These spot- checks will not change the requirements for normal checking by the Contractor. When staking roadway alignrnent and stationing, the Contractor shall perform independent checks from differen# secondary control to ensure that the points staked are within the specified survey accuracy tolerances. The Contractor shall ca�lculate coordinates for the alignment. The Contracting Agency wih verify these coordinates prior to issuing approval to the Contractor for commencing with the work. The Contracting Agency will require up to seven calendar days from the date the data is received. Ciry of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To SChool Pa9e 13 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' ' � ' SPECtAL PROVISIONS Contract work to be performed using con#ractor-provided stakes shall not begin ur�til the stakes are approved by the Contracting Agency. Such approval shall not relieve the Con#ractor of responsibility for the accuracy of the stakes. Stakes shall be marked in accordance with Standard Plan A10.10-00. When stakes are , needed that are not described in the Plans, then those stakes shall be marked, at no additional cost to the Contracting Agency as ordered by the Engineer. ' Primary survey control data provided by the Contracting Agency is indicated on the Plans. AII costs associated with Structure Surveying shall be measured and paid under the item "Construo#ion Surveying" per 1-05.4 herein. ' � ' LJ ' ' C �� ' ' C C 1-05.4 Conformity With and Deviations from Plans and Stakes (Special Provision) Section 1-Q5.4 is supplemented with the following: � *****,� Construction Surveying Major i#ems of work shall be defined to include the following items: Manholes Valves Junction Boxes Side Sewers Hydrants Vaults Curb, Gutter and Sidewalk Retaining Walls Irrigation Sleeves under Roadways Catch Basins and Inlets Vertical and Horizontal Bends Cleanouts Illumination Systems Major Changes in Design Grade(s) C�alverts Signal Systems and Equipment Curb Iines and sidewalks After the completion of the work covered by this contract, the Contractor's surveyor shall provide to #he City the hard cover field book(s) contain�ing the construction staking and as-built no#es, and one set of white prints of the construction drawings upon which he has plotted the notes of the Contractor locating existing utilities, and one set of white prints of the construction drawings upon which he'has plotted thae as-built location of the new work as recorded in the field book(s). This drawing shall bear the surveyors seal and signature certifying its accuracy. The Contractor shall be responsible for reestablishing or locating legal survey ma�icers such as GLO monuments or property corner monuments, conduct boundary surveys to determine Contrac#ing Agency right-of-way locations, and obtain, review and analyze deeds and records as necessary to determine these boundaries. The Contracting Agency will provide "rights of entry" as needed by the Contractor to pertorm the work. Ciry of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 14 RFB 12-102 June 2012 C�' SPECIAL PROVISlONS The Contractor shall brush out or clear and stake or mark the right-of-way lines as designated by the Engineer. When required, the Contractor shall prepare and file a Record of Survey map in accordance with RCW 58.09 and provide a recorded copy to the Contracting Agency. The Contracting Agency wifl provide all existing base maps, existing horizontal and vertical control, and other material available with Washingtan State Plane Coordinate informa#ion to the Contractor. The Contracting Agency will also provide maps, plan sheets, and/or aerial photographs clearly identifying the limits of the areas to be surveyed. The Contractor shall establish Washington State Plane Coordinates on all poin#s required�n the Record of Survey and other points designated in the Contract documents. Existing right of way documentation, existing base maps, existing horizontal and vertical control descriptions, maps, plan sheets, aerial photographs and all other available material may be viewed by prospective bidders at the office of the Project Engineer. The Contractor shall perform all of the necessary calculations for the contracted survey work and shall provide copies of these calculations to the Contracting Agency. Electronic files of all survey data shall be provided and in a format acceptable to the Contracting Agency. All survey work performed by the Contractor shall conform to all applicable sections of the Revised Code of Washington and the Washington Administrative Code. The Contractor shall provide all traffic control, signing, and temporary traffic control devices in order to provide a safe work zone. The Contractor shall shall provide all surveying and staking necessary to calculate the "Roadway Excavation Including Haul" quantities. As-Built Survey and Record Draw�ngs After construction has been completed the Contractor shall perform an as-built survey and provide the information in (1) full-size paper copy and AutoCAD 2004 or later version file to the Engineer. This as-built survey shall consist of the following: Survey of rim elevation, sump elevations, and invert elevations of all storm drainage structures installed, modified or left :in place within the limits of this contract. Storm pipe diameter and material; drainage structure type, size, lid type (solid cover or grate, standard or heavy duty), and Iid shape; model No. of CB water quality treatment inserts installed, flowline of open channel conveyance systems at 50-foot max. intervals, and retaining wall footing drains, including cleanouts. Finished grade shots on all util appwrtenances within the Iimits of this contract, including, but not Iimited to vaults, handholes, valves, fire hydrants, water meters, junction boxes, signal poles, etc. Appurtenances with round covers should have one survey shot in the center of the manhole or valve cover, or at the center of the fire City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 15 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' ' ' ' � SPECIAL PROVISIONS hydrant. Ufiility handholes and boxes shall have two shots on opposite corners of the cover. ■ Final curb elevations, with a minimum of 5 shots at each curb return. Afso, final shots along all curb and gutter, block curb, integral curb and extruded curb installed in this contract (at flowline of the curbs). � Final elevations at the front and back of walk throughout the project 1i.mits. � Final wall elevations at the face and top of all walls installed in thas contract. ■ Shots of all signs, trees, illumination and signal equipment installed as part of this contract. ■ Shots to delineate afl channelization installed i:n this contract. Throughout construction, the Contractor shall keep a set of redline drawings that record as-built information at the project site. This set of drawings shall be provided to the Engineer at the end of the project. This record drawing information shall, at a minimum, consist of the following: � �J � t ' ' � � � All changes to the Contract Plans. ■ Po#hole information gathered by the Contractor. ■ Actual locafiion of utility trenches, including depth to top of conduits a# a minimum of 100' spacing. ■ Existing utility information no# included in the Contract Plans, or that differs from the Contract Plans. Payment Payment wifl be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid item(s) when included in #he proposal: "Construction Su:rveying", lump sum. The lump sum contract price for "Construction Surveying" sha(I be full pay for all labor equipment, materials, and supervision utilized to perform the work specified, including any resunreying, checking, correction of errors, replacement of missing or damaged stakes, structure sunreying, roadway surveying and coordination efforts. "As-Built Sunrey and Record Drawings", lamp sum. The lump sum contract price for "As-Built Survey and Record Drawings " shall be full pay for all labor, equipment, materials, and supervision utilized to perform fhe work specified, including any resurveying, checking, correction of errors, replacement of missing or damaged stakes, and coordination efforts. City of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 16 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � �� SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1-05.7 Removal of Defective and Unauthorized Work (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) Supplement this section with the following: If the Contractor fails fo remedy defective or unauthorized work within the time specified in a written notice from the Engineer, or fails to perform any part of the work required by the Contract Documents, the Engineer may correct and remedy such work as may be identified in the writ#en notice, with Contracting Agency forces or by such other means as the Contracting Agency may deem necessary. If the Contractor fails to comply with a written order to remedy what the Engineer determines to be an emergency situation, the Engineer may have the defective and unauthorized work corrected immediately, have the rejected work removed and replaced, or have work the Contrac#or refuses to perform completed by using Contracting Agency or other forces. An emergency situation is any situation when, in the opinion of the Engineer, a delay in its remedy could be potentially unsafe, or might cause serious risk of loss or damage to the public. Direct or indirect costs incurred by the Contracting Agency a#tributable to correcting and remedying defective or unauthorized work, or work the Contractor failed or refused to perform, shall be paid by the Contractor. Payment will be deducted by the Engineer #rom monies due, or to become due, the Contrac#or. Such direct and indirect costs shall include in particular, but without limitation, compensafiion for additional professional services required, and costs for repair and replacement of work of others destroyed or damaged by correction, removal, or replacement of the Contractor's unauthorized work. No adjustment in Contract time or compensation will be allowed beca�use of the delay in the performance of the work attributable to the exercise of the Contracting Agency's rights provided by this section. The rights exercised under the provisions of this section shall not diminish the Contracting Agency's right to pursue any other avenue for additional remedy or damages with respect to the Contractor's failure to perform the work as required. 1-05.11 Finallnspection Delete this section and replace it with the following: 1-05.11 Final Inspections and Operational Testing (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) 1-05.1 y(1) Subs#antial Completion Date When the Contractor considers the work to be substantially complete, the Contractor shall so notify the Engineer and request the Engineer establish the Substantial Completion Date. The Contractor's request shall list the specific items o# work that rernain to be completed in order to reach physical completion. The Engineer will schedule an inspection of the work with the Contractor to determine the status of completion. The Engineer rnay also establish the Substantial Completion Date unilaterally. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 17 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 , � , ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS If, after this inspection, the Engineer concurs with the Contractor that the work is substantially comple#e and ready for its intended use, the Engineer, by written notice to the Contracto.r, will set the Substantial Completion Date. If, after this inspection the Engineer does not consider the work substantially complete and ready for its intended use, the Engineer will, by written notice, so notify the Contractor giving the reasons therefore. Upon receipt of written notice concurring in or denying substantial completion, whichever is applicable, the Con#ractor shall pursue vigorously, diligently and without unauthorized interruption, the work necessary to reach Substantial and Physical Completion. The Contrac#or shall provide the Engineer with a revised schedule indicating when the Contractor expects to reach substanfiial and physical completion of the work. ' The above process shall be repeated until the Engineer establishes the Substantial Completion Date and the Contractor considers the work physically complete and ready for final inspection. ' 1-05.11(2) Final lnspection and Physical Completion Date When the Contractor considers the work physically complefie and ready �or final inspection, , the Contractor by written notice, shall request the Engineer to schedule a final inspection. The Engineer wi11 set a date for final inspection. The 'Engineer and the Contractor wifl then make a final inspection and the Engineer will notify the Contractor in wniting of all particulars ' in which the final inspection reveals the work incornplete or unacceptable. The Contractor shal'I immediately take such corrective measures as are necessary to remedy the listed de#iciencies. Corrective work shall be pursued vigorously, diligently, and wifihout interruption ' un#il physical completion of the listed deficiencies. This process wifl contin�ae until the Engineer is satisfied the listed deficiencies have been corrected. If action to correct the listed deficiencies is not initiated within 7 days after receipt of the , written notice listing the deficiencies, the Engineer may, upon written notice to the Contractor, take whatever steps are necessary to correct those deficiencies pursuant to Section 1-05J. u LJ ' � � ' C�� The Contractor will not be allowed an extension of Contract time because of a delay in the perfarmance of the work attributable to the exercise of the Engineer's right hereunder. Upon correction of all deficiencies, the Engineer will notify fhe Contractor ar�d the Contracting Agency, in writing, of the date upon which the work was considered physically complete. That date shall constitute the Physical Completion Date of the Contract, but shall not imply acceptance of the work or that all the obligations of the Contractor under the Contract have been fulfilled. '1-05.11(3) Uperationa! Testing It is the intent of the Contracting Agency to have at the Physical Completion Date a complete and operable system. Therefo.re when the work involves the instatlation of machinery or other mechanical equipment; street lighting, electrical distribution or signal systems; irrigation systems; buildings; or other similar work it may be desirable for the Engineer to have the Contractor operate and test the work for a period o# time after final inspection but prior to the physical completion date. Whenever items of work are listed in the City of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 1$ RFB 12-102 Ju�e 2012 CI� SPECIAL PROVISIONS Contract Provisions for operational testing they shali be fully tested under operating conditions for the time period specified to ensure their acceptability prior to the Physical Completion Date. During and foflowing the test period, the Contractor shall correct any items of workmanship, materials, or equipment which prove faulty, or that are not in first class operating condition. Equipment, electrical controls, meters, or other devices and equipment to be tested during this period shall be tested under the obsenration of the Engineer, so that the Engineer may determ�ne their suitability for the purpose for which they were installed. The Physical Completion Date cannot be established until testing and corrections have been completed to the satisfacfion of the Engineer. The costs for power, gas, labor, material, suppties, and everything else needed to successfully complete operational testing, shall be included in the unit Contract prices related to the system being tested, unless specifically set forth otherwise in the ProposaL Operational and test periods, when required by the Engineer, shall not affec# a manufacturer's guaranties or warranties furnished under the terms of the Contract. 1-05.13 Superintendents, Labor and Equipment of Contractor (March 25, 2009 APWA GSP) Revise the seventh paragraph to read: Whenever the Contracting Agency evaluates the Contractor's aua{ifications pursuant to Section 1-02.14, it will take these performance reports into account. 1-05.14 Cooperation with Other Contractors (March i3, 1995 WSDOT GS� Section 1-05.14 is supplemented with the following: Other Contracts or Other Work It is anticipated fhat the following work adjacent to or within the Iimits of this project will be performed by others during the course of this project and will require coordination of the work: "`*"'1. Century Link — underground telephone riser and place connections in offset vault, underground rewire to pole relocation and potential comm. guy installa#ion. 2. COMCAST — reroute underground branch runs to new utility pole location, install riser. 3. Puget Sound Energy — pole relocation and service conversions. 4. Highline Water District — relocate fire hydrant. All listed work will be done by others.*** 1-05.14(B) Coordination of Work with City (Special Provision) City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 19 RFB 12-102 ' June 20i2 ' � ' � ' �_ SPECIAL PROVISIONS Section 1-05.14(B) is a new section: � *****,� At least a three (3) working day wnitten notification shafl be required on all requests for engineering services other than inspection. All requests shall be coordinated with the Engineer. Afl costs result�ing from delays in which requests were not coordinated wi�h the Eng�ineer shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor. Add the fo�lowing new section: 1-05.16 Water and Power (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) , The Contractor shall make necessary arrangements, and shall bear the costs for power and water necessary for the performance of the work, unless the Contract includes power and water as a pay item. ' ' , ' � LJ LJ I � � IJ Add the following new section: 1-05.17 Oral Agreements (October 1, 2005 AWPA GSP) No oral agreement or conversation wifh any officer, agent, or employee of the Contracting Agency, either before or after execution of the Contract, shall affect or modify any of the terms or obligations contained in any of the documents comprising the Contract. Such oral agreement or conversation shall be considered as unofficial information and in no way binding upon the Contracting Agency, unless subsequently put in writing and signed by the Contracting Agency. 1-05.18 Contrac#or's Daily Diary (Specia/ Provision) Section 1-05.18 is a new section: � ,.****,� - The Contractor and subco.ntractors, as additional consideration for payment for this contract work, hereby agree to maintain and provide to the Owner and the Engineer a Daily Diary Record of this Work. This diary will be created by pen and ink entries in a hardbound diary book of the type that is commonly available by the commercial outlets. The diary must be kept and maintained by the Contractor's designated project superin#endent. Entries must be made on a daily basis and must accurately represent all of the project activities on each day. At a minimum, the diary shall show on a daily basis: • The day and date. • The weather cond:itions, including changes throughout the day. CIty of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 20 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS • A complete descrip#ion of work accomplished during the day with adequate references to the Plans and Specifications so that the reader can easily and accurately identify said work on the Plans. • An entry for each ancl every changed condition, dispute or potential dispute, incident, accident, or occurrence of any nature whatsoever which might affec# the Contract, Owner, or any third party in any manner. • Listing of any materials received and stored on or off-site by the Contractor for future installation, to include the manner of storage and protection of the same. • Listing of materials installed during each day. � List of all subcon�ractors working on-site during each day. • Listing of the number of Contractor's employees working during each day by category of employment. • Listi,ng of Contractor's equipment working on the site during each day. :Idle equipment on the site shall be listed and designated as idle. • Notations to explain inspections, testing, stake-out, and all other services furnished to the Contractor by the Owner or other during each day. • Entries to verify the daily (including non-work days) inspection and maintenance of traffic control devices and condition of the traveled roadway surfaces. The Contractor shall not allow any conditions to develop that would be hazardous #o the public. + Any other information that serves to give an accurate and cornplete record of the nature, quantity, and quality of the Contractor's progress on each day. • Summary of total number of working days to date, and total nurnber of delay days to date. Alt pages of the diary must be numbered consecutively with no ornissions in page numbers. The Contractor shall utilize addifiional sheets separate from the diary book, i# necessary, to provide a complete diary record. However, the Owner's senior representative must sign separate sheets on each day and a copy furnished a# the time of signing to the Owner. The Contractor must provide a copy of the diary to #he Owner and the Engineer each morning for the preceding workday. All copies must be legible. � IT IS EXP-RESSLY AGREED BETWEEN THE CONTRACTOR AND THE OWNER THAT THE DAILY DIARY MAINTAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE THE "CONTRACTOR'S BOOK OF ORIGFNAL ENTRY" FOR THE DOGUMENTATION OF ANY POTENTIAL CLAIMS OR DISPUTES THAT MIGHT ARISE DURING THIS CONTRACT. FAILURE OF THE CONTRACTOR TO MAINTAIN THIS DIARY IN THE MANNER DESCRIBED ABOVE WILL CONSTITUTE A WAIVER OF ANY SUCH CLAIMS OR DISPUTES BY THE CONTRACTOR. THE DAILY DIARY MAINTAINED BY THE CONTRACTOR DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE OFFICIAL RECQRD OF THE PROJECT. THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE PROJECl' IS PREPARED AND MAINTAINED EXCLUSIVELY BY THE ENGINEER. All costs associated with Contractor's Daily Diary shall be included in the related item of work and no additional payment will be rnade. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 21 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � � ' � � SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1-06 CONTROL OF MATERIAL Section i-06 is supplemented with the following: Buy America (August 2, 2010) The major quantities of steel and iron construction material that is permanently incorporated into the project shall consist of American-made materials only. Buy America does not apply to temporary steel items, e.g., temporary sheet piling, temporary bridges, steel scaffolding and falsewock. ' Minor amounts of foreign steel and iron may be utilized in this project provided the cost of the foreign material used does not exceed one-tenth of one percent of the total Contract cost or $2,500.00, whichever is greater. �� ' American-rnade material is defined as rnaterial having all manufacturing processes occurring domestically. To further define the coverage, a domestic product is a manufac#ured steel material that was produced in one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, or in the territories and possessions of the United States. Ifi domestically produced steel bil:lets or iron ingots are exported outside of the area of ' coverage, as defined above, for any manufacturing process then the resulting product does not conform to the Buy America requirements. Additionally, products manu#actured domestically from foreign source steel billets or iron ingots do not cvnform to the Buy ' America requirements because the initial melting and mixing of alloys #o create the material occurred in a foreign country. ' ' ' , ' � , Manufacturing begins with the initial melting and mixing, and continues through the coating stage. Any process which modifies the chemical content, the .physical size or shape, or the final finish is considered a rnanufacturing process. The processes include rol�ing, extruding, machining, bending, grinding, drilling, welding, and coating. The action of applying a coating to steel or iron is deemed a manufacturing process. Coating includes epoxy coating, galvanizing, aluminizing, painting, and any other coating that protects or enhances #he value of steel or iron. Any process from the original reduction from ore to the finished ,product constitutes a manufacturing process for iron. Due to a nationwide waiver, Buy America does not apply to raw materials (iron ore and alloys), scrap (recycled steei or iron), and pig iron or processed, pelletized, and reduced iron ore. The following are considered to be steel manufacturing processes: Production of steel by any of the following processes: a. Open hearth fumace. b. Basic oxygen. City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 22 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS c. d. Efectric furnace. Direct reduction. 2. 3. a. b. c. Rolling, heat treating, and any other similar processing. Fabrication of the products. Spinning wire in#o cable or strand. Corrugating and rolling into culverts. Shop fabrication. A certification of materials origin will be required for any i#ems comprised of, or containing, steel or iron construction materials prior to such items being incorporated into the permanent work. The certification shall be on DOT Form 350-109EF provided by the Engineer, or such other form the Contractor chooses, provided it contains the same information as DOT Farm 350 109EF. 1-07 1-07.1 LEGAL RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE PUBLIC Laws to be Observed (October i, 2005 APWA GSP) Supplement this section with the following: In cases of conflict between different safety regulations, the more stringent regulation shall apply. The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries shall be the sole and paramount administrative agency responsible for the administration of the provisions of the Washington lndustrial Safety and Health Act of 1973 (WiSHA). The Contractor shall maintain at the project site office, or other well known place at the project site, all articles necessary for providing first aid to the injured. The Contractor shall establish, publish, and make known to all employees, procedures for ensuring immediate removal to a hospital, or doctor's care, persons, including e:mployees, who may have been injured on the project site. Employees should not be permitted to work on the project site before the Contractor has established and made known procedures for removal of injured persons to a hospital or a doctor's care. The Contractor shall have sole responsibility for the safety, efficiency, and adequacy of the Contractor's Plant, appliances, and methods, and for any damage or injury resulting fram their failure, or improper maintenance, use, or operation. The Contractor shall be solely and completely responsible for the conditions of the project site, including safety for all persons and property in tMe performance of the work. This requirement shall apply continuously, and not be limited to normal working hours. The required or implied duty of the Engineer to conduct construction review of the Contractor's performance does not, and shall no#, be City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 23 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS intended to include review and adequacy of the Contractor's safety measures in, on, or near the project site. 1-07.2 State Taxes The fhircl paragraph af Section 1-07.2 is revised to read: {June 27, 2011) � The Contracting Agency will release the Contract Bond only if the Contractor has obtained from the State Department of Revenue a certificate showing that all Contract-related taxes have been paici. Delete this section, including its sub-sections, in its entirety and replace it with the following: 1-07.2 State Sales Tax (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) The Washington State Department of Re�enue has issued special rules on the Sta#e sales tax. Sections 1-07.2(1) through 1-07.2(3) are meant to clarify those rules. The Contractor should contact the Washington State Department of Revenue for answers to questions in this area. The Contracting Agency will not adjust its paymen# if the Contractor bases a Bid on a misunderstood tax liability. The Contractor shall include all Contractor-paid taxes in the unit Bid prices or other Contract amounts. In some cases, however, state retail sales tax will not be included. Section 1- 07.2(2} describes this exception. The Contracting Agency will pay the retained percentage (or release the Contract Bond if a FHWA-funded Project) only if the Contractor has obtained from the Washington State Department of Revenue a certificate showing that all Contrac#-related taxes have been paid (RCW 60.28.051). The Contracting Agency may deduct from its payments to the Contractor any amount #he Contractor may owe the Washington State Department of Revenue, whether the amount owed relates to this Contract or not. Any amount so deducted wi11 be paid into the proper State fund. 1-07.2(1) State Sales Tax — Rule 171 WAC 458-20-171, and its related rules, apply to buitding, repairing, or improving streets, roads, etc., which are owned by a municipal corporation, or political subdivision ofi the state, or by the United States, and which are used primarily #or foot or vehicular traffic. This includes storm or combined sewer systems within and included as a part of the street or road drainage system and power lines when such are part of the roadway highting system. For work performed in such cases, the Contractor shall include Washington State Retail Sales Taxes in the various unit Bid item prices, or other Contract amounts, including those that the Contractor pays on the purchase of the materials, equipment, or supplies used or consumed in doing the work. 1-07.2(2) State Sales Tax — Rule 170 WAC 458-20-170, and its related ru�les, apply to the constructing and repairing o# new or exis#ing buildings, or other structures, upon real property. This includes, but is not limited to, City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary Sehool Safe Routes To School Page 24 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS the construction of streets, roads, highways, etc., owned by the state of Washington; water mains and their appurtenances; sanitary sewers and sewage disposal systems unless such sewers and disposal systems are within, and a part of, a street or road drainage system; telephone, telegraph, electrical power distribution lines, or other conduits or lines in or above streets or roads, unless such power lines become a part of a street or road lighfiing system; and installing or attaching of any article of tangible personal properry in or to real property, whether or not such personal property becomes a part of the realty by virtue of installation. For work perFormed in such cases, the Contractor shall collect from the Contracting Agency, retail sales tax on the full Contract price. The Contracting Agency will automatically add this sales tax to each payment to the Contractor. For this reason, the Contractor shall not include the retail sales tax in the unit Bid item prices, or in any other Contract amoun# subject to Ru'le 170, with the following exception. Exception: The Contracting Agency will not add in sates #ax for a payment the Contractor or a subcontractor makes on the pu.rchase or rental of tools, machinery, equipment, or consumable supplies not in�egrated into fhe project. Such sales taxes shall be included in the unit Bid item prices or in any other Contract amount. 1-07.2(3) Services The Contractor shall not collect retail sales tax from the Contracting Agency on any Contract wholly for professional or other services (as defined in Washington State Departrnent of Revenue Rules 138 and 244). y-07.6 Permits and Licenses (March 13, 1995 WSDOT GSP) Section 1-07.6 is supplemented with the following: No hydraulic permits are requirecl for fhis project unless the Contractor's operations use, divert, obstruct, or change the natural flow or bed of any river or stream, or utilize any of the waters of the State or materials from gravel or sand bars, or from stream beds. (Special Provision) Section 1-07.6 is supplemented wifh the following: Sunrey Monuments In accordance with RCW 58.24.040(8), no cadastral or geodetic survey monument may be disturbed without a valid permit to remove or destroy a survey monument, issued by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources. Permit applications can be obtained by calling the Public Land Survey Office at (360) 902-1194. The permit application must be stamped by a registered Washington State Land Surveyor. y-07.7 Load Limits Section 1-07. 7 is supplemented with the following: City of Federal Way AAark Twafn Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 25 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 , � �. �J �� SPECIAL PROVISIC)NS (GSP March 13, 1995) If the sources of materials provided by the Contractor necessitate hauling over roads o#her #han State Highways, the Contractor shall, at the Con#ractor's expense, make all arrangements for the use of the haul routes. 1-07.9(1) 1-07.9 Wages General t Section 1-07.9(1) is supplemented with the following: (January 10, 2012) , The Federal wage rates incorporated in this contract have been established by the Secretary of Labor under United States Departrnent of Labor General Decision No. WAl20001. 1 I� , ' ' ' C ' � ' ' The State rates incorpo.rated in this contract are applicable to all construction activities associated with this contract. (April 2, 2007) Application of Wage Rates for the Occupation of Landscape Construction State prevailing wage rates for public works contracts are included in #his contract and show a separate listing for the occupation: Landscape Construction, which includes several different occupation descriptions such as: Irrigation and Landscape Plumbers, Irrigation and l.andscape Power Equipment Operators, and Landscaping or Planting Laborers. In addition, federal wage rates that are included in this contract may also i.nclude occupation descriptions in Federal Occupational groups for work also specifically identified with lanclscaping such as: Laborers with the occupation description, Landscaping or Planting, or Power Equipment Operators with the occupation description, Mulc'h Seeding Operator. ff Federal wage rates include one or more rates specified as applicab�le #o landscaping work, then Federal wage rates for all occupation descriptions, specific or general, must be considered and compared with corresponding State wage rates. The higher wage rate, either State or Federal, becomes the minimum wage rate for the work performed in fhat occupation. Contractors are responsible for dete�rmining the appropriate crafts necessary to perform the contract work. If a classification considered necessary for performance of the work is missing from the Federal Wage Determination applicable to the contract, the Contractor shall initiate a request for approval of a proposed wage and benefit rate. The Contractor shall prepare and submit Standard Form 1444, Request for Authorization of Additional Classification and Wage Rate available at http://www.wdol.gov/docs/sf1444.pdf, and submit City of Federal Way , Marlc Twein Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 26 RF812-1 U2 June 2012 ��'� SPECIAL PROVISIONS the completed form to #he Project Engineer's office. The presence of a ciassification wage on the Washington State Prevailing Wage Rates For Public Works Contracts does not exempt the use of form 1444 for the purpose of determining a federal classification wage rate. 1-07.11 Requirements for Nondiscrimination Section 1-07, i 1 is supplemented with the following: (January 3, 20'11) Requirement For Affirmative Action to Ensure Equal Employment Opportunity {Executive Order 11246) 1. The Contractor's attention is caNed to the Equal Opportunity Glause and the Standard Federai Equat Employment Opportunity Construction Contract Specificat�ons set forth herein. 2. The goals and timetables for minority and female participation set by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, expressed in percentage terms for the Contractor's aggregate work #orce in each construction craft and in each trade on all construction work in the covered area, are as follows: Women - Statewide Timetable Goal Until further notice 6.9% Minorities - by Standard Metropoiitan Stafistical Area (SMSAI Spokane, WA: SMSA Counties: Spokane, WA 2.8 WA Spokane. Non-SMSA Counties 3.0 WA Adams; WA Asotin; WA Columbia; WA Ferry; WA'`GarEield; WA Lincoln, WA Pend Oreille; WA Stevens; WA Whitman. Richland, WA SMSA Counties: Richland Kennewick, WA WA Benton; WA Franklin. Non-SMSA Counties WA Walla Walla. 0 City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 27 5.4 3.6 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � � � � ' , � , SPECIAL PROVISIONS Yakima, WA: SMSA Counties: Yakirna, WA WA Yakima. Non-SMSA Counties 9.7 7.2 WA Chelan; WA Douglas; WA Grant; WA Kittitas; WA Okanogan Seattle, WA: SMSA Counties: Seattie Everett, WA WA King; WA Snohomish. Tacoma, WA WA Pierce. Non-SMSA Counties ' WA Clallam; WA Grays Harbor; WA Island; WA Jefferson; WA Kitsap; WA Lewis; WA Mason; WA Pacific; WA San Juan; WA Skagit; WA Thurston; WA Whatcom. � , � C' ' C r � C Portland, OR: SMSA Counties: Portland, OR-WA WA Clark. Non-SMSA Counties WA Cowlitz; 7.2 62 6.1 4.5 3.8 WA Klickitat; WA Skamania; WA Wahkiakum. These goals are applicable to each nonexempt Contractor's total on-site construction workforce, regardless of whether or not part of that workforce is performing work on a Federal, or federally assisted project, Contract, or subcontract until further notice. Compliance with these goals and time tables is en#orced by the Office of Federal Contract compliance �rograms. The Contractor's compliance with the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 CFR Part 60-4 shall be based on its implementation of the Equal Opportunity Clause, specifie affirmative action obligations required by the specifications set forth in 41 CFR 60-4.3(a), and its efforts to meet the goals. The hours of minority and female employment and training must be substantially uniform throughout the length of the Contract, in each construction craft and in each trade, and the Contractor shall make a good faith effort to employ minorities and women evenly on each of its projects. The transfer of minority or female ernployees or trainees from Contractor to Contractor or frorn project to project for the sole purpose of ineet�ing the Contractor's goal shall be a violation of the Contract, the Executive Order and the regulations in 41 GFR Part 60-4. Compliance with the goals will be measured against the total work hours performed. 3. The Contractor shall provide written notification to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) within 10 working days of award of any construction subcontract in excess of $10,000 or more that are Federally funded, at any tier for construction work under the Contract resulting from this solicitation. The notification shall list the name, address and telephone number of the Subcontractor; employer identification City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain ElemeMary School Safe Routes To School Page 28 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' � / SPECIAL PROVISIONS number of the Subcontractor; estimated dollar amount of the subcontract; estimated starting and completion dates of the subcontract; and the geographical area in which the Contract is to be performed. The notification shall be sent to: District Direc#or U.S. Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Seattle District Office 1111 Third Avenue, Suite 745 Seattle, WA 98101-3212 Additional information may be found at the U.S. Department of Labor website: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/TAauides/ctaquide. htm 4. As used in this Notice, and in the Contract resulting from this solicitation, the Covered Area is as designated herein. Standard Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Construction Contract Specifications (Executive Order 11246) 1. As used in these specifications: a. Covered Area means the geographical area described in the solicitation from which this Contract resulted; b. Director means Director, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Prograrns, United States Department of Labor, or any person to whom the Director delegates authority; c. Employer ldentEfiication Number means the Federal Social Security number used on the Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return, U. S. Treasury Department Form 941; d. Minority includes: (1) Black, a person having origins in any of the Black Racial Groups of Africa. (2) Hispanic, a#luent Spanish speaking, Spanish surnamed person of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Central American, South American, or other Spanish origin, (3) Asian or Pacific Islander, a person having origins in any of the original peoples of the Pacific rim or the Pacific Isiands, the Hawaiian Islands and Samoa. (4) American Indian or Alaskan Native, a having origins in any of the original peoples of North America, and who maintain Ciry of Federal Way Mark Twain Elemeritary School Safe Routes To School Page 29 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 , ' IAL PROVISIONS SPEC ' cultural identification �hrough tribal affiliation or community recognition. 2. Whenever the Contractor, or any Subcontractor at any tier, subcontracts a portion of the work involving any construction trade, it shall physically include in each subcontract in excess of $10,000 the provisions of these specifications and the Notice which contains the applicable goals for minority and female participation and which is set forth in the solicitations #rom which this Contract resulted. 3. If the Contractor is participating (pursuant to 41 CFR 60-4.5) in a Hometown Plan approved by the U.S. Department of Labor in #he covered area either individually or through an association, its affirmative action obligations on all work in the Plan area (including goals and timetables) shall be in accordance with that Plan for those trades which have unions ,participating in the Plan. Contractors must be ab'le to demonstrate their participation in and compliance with the provisions of any such Hometown Plan. Each Contractor or Subcontractor participating in an approved Plan is individually required to comply with its obligations under the EEO clause, and to make a good faith effort to achieve each goal under the P.lan in each trade in which it has employees. The overall good faith performance by other Contractors or Subcontractors toward a goal in an approved Plan does not excuse any covered Contractor's or Subcontractor's failure to take good faith effort to achieve the Plan goals and timetablea 4. The Contractor shall irnplement the specffic affirmative action standards provided in paragraphs 7a through 7p of fhis Special Provision. The goals set forth in the solicitation from which this Contract resulted are expressed as percentages of the total hours of employment and training of minority and female u#ilization the Contractor should reasonably be able to achieve in each construction trade in which it has employees in the covered area. Covered construction contractors performing construction work in geographical areas where they do not have a Federal or federally assisted construction Contract shall apply the minority and female goals established fior the geographical area where the work is being performed. The Contractor is expected to make substanfiially uniform progress in meeting its goals in each craft during the period specified. 5. Neither the provisions of any coflective bargaining agreement, nor the failure by a union wi#h whom the Contractor has a collective bargaining agreemen#, to refer either minorities or women shall excuse the Contractor's obliga#ions under these specifications, Executive Order 11246, or the regulations promulgated pursuant thereto. 6. In order for the nonworking training hours of apprentices and trainees to be counted in mee#ing the goals, such apprentices and trainees must be employed by the Contractor during the training period, and the Contractor must have made a commitment to employ the apprentices and trainees at the completion of their training, subject to the availability of employment opportunities. Trainees must be trained pursuant to training programs approved by the U.S. Department of Labor. 7. The Contractor sha'll take specific affirmative actions to ensure equal employmenY opportunity. The evaluation of the Contractor's compliance with these specifications shall be based upon its effort to achieve maximum results from its action. The City of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe ;Routes To School Page 30 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Contractor shali document these efforts fully, and shall implement affirmative action steps at least as ex#ensive as the following: a. Ensure and maintain a working environment free of har.assment, intimidation, and coercion at all sites, and in all facilities at which the Contractor's employees are assigned to work, The Contractor, where possible, will assign two or more women to each construction project. The Contractor shall specificaFly ensure that all foremen, superintendents, and other on-si#e supervisory personnel are aware of and carry out the Contractor's obligation to maintain such a working environment, with specific attention to minority or female individuals working at such sites or in such facilifiies. b. Establish and maintain a current list of minority and female recruitment sources, provide written notification to minority and female recruitment sources and to community organizations when the Contractor or its unions have employment opportunities available, and maintain a record of the organizations' responses. c. Maintain a current fi'le of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of each minority and female off-the-street applicant and minority or female re#erral from a union, a recruitment source or community organization and of what action was taken with respect to each such individual. If such individual was sent to the union hiring hall for referral and was not referred back to the Contractor by the union or, if referred, not employed by the Contractor, this shall be documented in the fite with the reason therefor, along with whatever additional actions the Contractor may have taken. d. Provide immediate written notification to the Director when the union or unions with which the Contractor has a collective bargaining agreement has not referred to the Contractor a minority person or woman sent by the Contractor, or when the Contractor has other information that the union referral process has impeded the Contractor's efforts to meet its obligations. e. Develop on-the-job train�ing opportunity and/or participate in training programs for the area which expressly include minorities and women, including upgrading programs and apprenticeship and trainee programs relevant to the Contractor's employment needs, especially those programs funded or approved by the U.S. Department of Labor. The Contractor shall provide notice of these programs to the sources compiled under 7b above. f. Disseminate the Contractor's EEO policy by providing notice of the policy to un and training programs and requesting their cooperation in assisting the Contractor in meeting its EEO obligations; by including it in any policy rnanual and collective bargaining agreement; by publicizing it in the company newspaper, annual report, etc.; by specific review of the policy with all management personnel and with a11 minority and female employees at least once a year; and by posting the company EEO : policy on bu�Jetin boards accessible to all employees at each location where co.nstruction work is performed. g. Review, at least annually, the company's EEC? policy and affirmative action obligations under these specifications with all employees having any responsibility City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 31 RFB 12-1 U2 ' June 2012 ' ' , � ' �J ' , ' u ' , �� , SPECIAL PROVISIONS for hiring, assignment, layoff, termination or other employment decisions including specific review o# these items with on-site supervisory personnel such as Superintendents, General Foremen, etc., prior to the initiation of cons�ruction work at any job site. A written record shall be made and maintained identifying the time and place of tMese meetings, persons attending, subject matter discussed, and disposition of the subject matter. h. Disseminate the Contractor's EEO policy externally by including it in any advertising in the news media, specifically including minority and female news media, and providing written notification to and discussing the Contractor's EEO policy with other Contractors and Subcontractors with whom the Contractor does or anticipates doing business. i. Direct its recruitment efforts, both oral and written to minority, female and community organizations, to schools with minority and female students and to minority and female recruitment and training organizations serving the Contractor's recruitment area and employment needs. Not later than one month prior to the date for the acceptance of applications for apprenticeship or other training by any recruitment source, the Contractor shall send written no#ification to organizations such as the above, describing the openings, screening procedures, and tests to be used in the selec#ion process. j. Encourage present minority and female employees to recruit other rrrinocity persons and women and where reasonable, provide after school, summer and vacation employment to minority and female youth both on the site and in other areas of a Contractor`s work force. k. Validate all tests and other selection requirernents where there is an obligation to do so under 41 CFR Part 60-3. I. Conduct, at least annually, an inventory and evaluation of all minority and female personnel for promotional opportunities and encourage these employees to seek or to prepare for, #hrough appropriate training, etc., such opportunities. m. Ensure that seniority practices, job class'rfications, work assignmen#s and other personnel practices, do not have a discriminatory effect by continually monitoring all personnel and employment related activities to ensure that the EEO policy and the Contractor's obligations under these spec'rfications are being carried out. n. Ensure that all #acili#ies and company activities are nonsegregated except that separate or single-user toilet and necessary changing facilities shall be provided to assure privacy between the sexes. o. Document and maintain a record o# all solicitations of offers for subcontracts ' from minority and female construction contractors and suppliers, including circula#ion of solicitations to minority and female contcactor associations and o#her business associations. ' City of Federal Way , Mark Twafn Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 32 RFB 12-102 June 2012 C' SPECIAL PROVISIONS p. Conduct a review, at 1east annually, of all supervisors' adherence to and performance under the Contractor's EEO policies and affirmative action obligations. 8. Contractors are encouraged to participate in voluntary associations which assist in fulfiiFling one or more of their affirmative action obligations (7a through 7p). The efforts of a contractor association, joint contractor-union, con#ractor-community, or other similar group of which the Contractor is a member and participant, may be asserted as fulfilling any one or more of the obbigations under 7a through 7p of tMis Special Provision provided that the Contractor actively participates in the group, makes every effort to assure that the group has a positive impact on the employment of minorities and women in the industry, ensure that the concrete benefits of the program are refilected in the Contractor's minority and female work- force participation, makes a good faith effort to meet its individual goals and timetables, and can provide access to documentation which demonstrate the effectiveness of actions taken on behalfi of #he Contractor. The ob'ligation to comply, however, is the Contractor's and failure of such a group to fulfill an obligation shall not be a defense for the Contractor's noncompliance. 9. A single goal for minori#ies and a separate single goal for women have been established. The Contractor, however, is required to provide equal employment opportunity and to take affirmative action for all .rninority groups, both rnale and female, and atl women, bo#h minority and non-minority. Consequently, the Cor�tractor may be in violation of the Executive Order if a particular group is employed in substantially disparate manner (for example, even though the Contractor has achieved its goals for women generally, the Contractor may be in vio!lation of the Executive Order if a specific minority group of women is underutilized). 10. The Contractor shall not use the goals and timetables or affMrmative action standards to discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. 11. The Contractor shall not enter into any subcontract with any person or #irm debarred from Government contracts pursuant to Executive Order 11246. 12. The Contractor shall carry out such sanctions and penalties for violation of these specifications and of the Equal Opportunity Clause, incJuding suspensions, termina#ions and cancellations of existing subcontracts as may be imposed or ordered pursuant to Executive Order 11246, as amended, and its implementing regulations by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs. Any Contractor who fails to carry out such sanctions and penalties shall be in violation of these specifications and Executive Order 11246, as amended. 13. The Contractor, in fulfiliing i#s obligations under these specffications, shall implernent specific affirmative action steps, at least as extensive as those standards prescribed in paragraph 7 of this Special Provision, so as to achieve maximum results from its efforts to ensure equa�l employment opportunity. If the Contractor fails to comp�ly wirth the requirements of the Executi�e Order, the implementing regulations, or these specifications, the Director shall proceed in accordance with 41 CFR 60-4.8. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 33 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 C ' ' ' ' � , � �� , ' ' , � C SPECIAL PROVISIONS 14. The Contractor shall designate a responsible official to monitor all employment related activity to ensure that the com.pany EEO policy is being carried out, to submit reports relating to the provisions hereof as may be required by the government and to keep records. Records shall at least include, for each employee, their name, address, telephone numbers, construction trade, union affiliation if any, employee identifiication number when assigned, social security nurnber, race, sex, status (e.g., mechanic, apprentice, trainee, helper, or laborer), dates of changes in status, hours worked per week in the indicated trade, rate of pay, and locations at which the work was performed. Records shall be maintained in an easily wnderstandable and retrievable form; however, to the degree that existing records satisfy this requirement, the Contractors will not be required to maintain separate records. 15. Nothing herein provided shall be construed as a limitation upon the application of other laws which establish differer�t standards of compliance or upon the application of requiremen#s for the hiring of local or other area residents (e.g., those under the Public Works Employment Act of 1977 and the Community Development Block Grant Program). 16. Additional assistance for Federal Construction Contractors on contracts administered by Washington State Department of Transportation or by Local Agencies may be found at: Washington State Dept. of Transportation Office of Equal Opportunity PO Box 47314 310 Maple Park Ave. SE Olympia WA 98504-7314 Ph: 360-705-7090 Fax: 360-705-6801 http://www.wsdot.wa. gov/equalopportunity/default. htm (May 7, 2012) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Participation The Disadvantaged Business En#erprise (DBE) requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 apply to this Contract. As such, the requirements of this Contract are to make affirmative efforts to solicit DBEs, provide information on who submitted a Bid or quote and to report DBE participation quarterly as described elsewhere in these Contract Provisions. No .preference will be included in the evaluation of Bids/Proposals, no minimum level of DBE participation shall be required as a Condition of Award and Bids/Proposals rnay not be rejected or considered non-responsive on that basis. DBE Goals No DBE goals have been assigned as part of this Contrac# Affirmative Efforts to Solicit DBE Participation City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 34 RFB 12-1U2 June 2012 C SPECIAL PROVISIONS DBE firms shall have an equal opportunity to compete for subcontracts in which the Contractor enters into pursuant to this Contract. Contractors are encouraged to: 1. Advertise opportunities for Subcontractors or suppliers in a timely and reasonably designed manner to provide no#ice of the opportunity to DBEs capable of perfor.ming the Work. All advertisements should include a Contract Provision encouraging participation by DBE firrns. This may be accomplished through general advertisements (e.g. newspapers, journ�ls, etc.) or by soliciting Bids/Proposals directly from DBEs. Note: A Directory of Certified DBE Firms denoting the Description of Work the DBE Contraetors are certified to perform is available at: www.omwbe.wa.gov/certification/index.shtm I. The directory provides a plain language on the Description of Work that the listed DBE's have been certified by the Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises (OMWBE) to perform. 2. Establish delivery schedules that encourage participation by DBEs and other small businesses. 3. Participate with a DBE as a joint venture. DBE Eligibility/Selection of DBEs for Reporting Purposes Only Coniractors may take credit for DBEs utilized on this Contract only if the firm is certified for the Work being performed. Absent a mandatory goal, all DBE participation that is attained on this project will be considered as "race neutral° participation and shall be reported as such. Crediting DBE Participation for Reporting Purposes Joint Venture When a DBE performs as a participant in a joint venture, only that portion of the total dollar value of the Contract equal to the distinct, clearly defined portion of the Work that the DBE perForms with its own forces shall be credited. DBE Prime Contractor A DBE Prime Contractor may only take credit for that portion of the total dollar value of the Contract equal to the distinct, clearly defined portion of the Work that the DBE Prime Contractor performs with its own forces. DBE Subcontractor When a DBE firm participates as a Subcontractor, only that portion of the total dollar value of the Contract equal to the distinct, clearly defined portion of the Work that the DBE performs with its own forces shall be credited. Ciiy of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safa Routes To School Page 35 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 �I , ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Include the cost of supplies and materials obtained by the DBE for tMe Work in the Contract including suppiies purchased or equipment leased by the DBE. However, you rnay not take credit supplies, materials, and equipment the DBE Subcontractor purchases or leases frorn the Prime Contractor or its affiliate. In addition, Work perForrned by a DBE, uti�lizing resources of the Prime Contractor or its affiliates shall ,not be credited. ' • In very rare situations, a DBE firm may utilize equipment and/or personnel from a non-DBE firm other than the Prime Contractor or its affiliates. Should this situation arise the arrangement must be short term and have prior ' written approval from the Office of Equai Opportunity (OEO). The arrangement must not impact a DBE firm's ability to perform a Commerciafly Useful Function (CUF). ' • Count the entire value of fees or commissions charged by a DBE firm for providing a bona fide service, such as professional, technical, consultant, managerial services, or #or providing bonds or insurance. u � ' ' C_� C ' � � _J ' • When a DBE subcontracts to another firm, the value of the subcontracted Work may be counted as participation only if the DBE's lower tier Subcontractor is also a DBE. • When non-DBE Subcontractor further subcontracts to a lower-tier Subcontractor or supplier who is a certified DBE, then tMat portion of the Work further subcontracted may be credited as DBE parficipation, so long as it is a distinct clearly defined portion of the Work that the DBE is performing with i#s own forces. • If a firm is not certified as a DBE at the time of the execution of the contract, their participation cannot be counted toward any DBE goals. Trucking Use the following factors in determining DBE credit and whether a DBE trucking company is perforrning a Commercially Useful Function (CUF): 1. The DBE must be responsible for the management and supervision of the entire trucking operation for which credit is claimed. 2. The DBE must itself own and, with its own workforce, operate at least one fully licensed, insured, and operational truck used on the Contract. 3. The DBE receives credit only for the value of the transportation services it provides on the Contract using trucks it owns or leases, licenses, insures, and operates with drivers it employs. For purposes o# this requirement a lease must indicate that the DBE has exclusive use of and control over the truck. This does not preclude the leased truck from working for others provided it is wi�h the consent of the DBE and the lease provides the DBE City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 36 RF812-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS first priority for use of the leased truck. Leased trucks must display the name and identification number of the DBE. 4. The DBE may tease trucks from another DBE #irm including an owner- operator provided they are certified as a DBE for trucking. The DBE who leases trucks from another DBE may claim participation for the total value of the transportation senrices the lessee DBE provides on the Contract. 5. The DBE may also 'lease trucks from a non-DBE fiirm and may enter into an agreement with an owner-operator who is a non-DBE. The DBE shall only receive credit for the number of additional non-DBE trucks equal or less than the number of DBE trucks the firms owns or has leased/subcontracted through another DBE trucking company. The DBE must control the work of the non-DBE trucks. If the non-DBE is performing the Work without supervision of that Wock by the DBE, the DBE is not performing a Commercial`ly Usefut Function (CUF). 6. In any lease or owner-operator situation, as described in requirement #4 and #5 above, the following rules shall apply: a. A written lease/rental agreement is required for all trucks leased or rented; documenting the ownership and the terms of the agreement. The agreements must be submitted and approved by the Contracting Agency prior to the beginning of the Work. The agreement must show the leaser's name, truck description and agreed upon amount and method of payment (hour, ton, or per load). All lease agreernents shall be for a long-term relationship, rather than for the individual project. {This requirement does not apply to owner-operator arrangements.) b. Only the vehicle, (not the opera#or) may be leased or rented. (This requirement does not apply to awner-operator arrangements.) 7. Credit may only be claimed for DBE trucking firms operating under a subcontrac# or a written agreement approved by the Contracting Agency prior to performing Work. Expenditures paid to other DBEs Expenditures paid to other DBEs for materials or supplies may be counted toward DBE goals as prov:ided in the following: Manufacturer You may claim DBE cred�t for 100 percent of value of the materials or supplies obtained from a DBE manufacturer. A manufacturer is a firm that operates or maintains a factory or establishment fhat produces, on the premises, the materials, supp6ies, articles, or equipment required under the contract. A manufacturer shall include firms that produce City of Federal Way Mark Twain El�nentary School Safie Routes To School Page 37 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 , � ' � ' � C � � �l J ' u L �J I � � u �� � �� ��� SPECIAL PROVISIONS finished goods or products from raw or unfinished material or that purchases and substantially alters goods and materials to make them suitable for construction use before reselling them. In order to receive credit as a DBE Manufacturer, #he firm must be cert�ied by OMWBE as a manufacturer in a NAICS code that falls within the 31XXXX to 33XXXX classification. Regular Dealer You may c'laim credit for 60 percent of the vatue of the materials or supplies purchased from a DBE regular dealer. Rules applicable to regular dealer status are contained in 49 CFR Part 26.55.e.2. To be considered a regular dealer you rnust meet the following criteria: 1. WSDOT considers and recognizes a regular dealer, as a firm that owns, operates, or maintains a store, warehouse, or other establishment in which the materials or supplies required for the performance of the Contract and described by the specifications of the Contract are bought, kept in stock and regularly sold or leased to the public in the usual course of business. 2. Sixty percent (60%) of the cost of materials or supplies purchased from an approved regular dealer may be credited as DBE participation. Regular dealer status is granted on a contract-by-contract basis. A firm wist�ing to be approved as a regular dealer for WSDOT contracted projects or Highways & Local Program administered prajects must submit a request in writing to the OEO no late.r thar� seven days prior to bid opening. Once the OEO has received the request, an onsite review will be set up with the firm and a review conducted to determine the firm's quali�ications. If it is determined that the firm qualifies as a regular dealer the OEO w'rll list the firm on an approved regular dealers List. The list may be accessed through the OEO Home websi#e is at: www.wsdot.wa.gov/ea ualoaqortunitv Note: Requests to be listed as a regular dealer will only be processed if #he requesting firm is certified by the Office of Minority and Women's Business Enterprises in a NAICS code that fall within the 42XXXX NAICS Wholesale code secfion. Materials or Supplies Purchased from a DBE With regard to materials or supplies purchased from a DBE who is neither a rnanufacturer nor a regular dealer you may claim credit for the following: City of Federal Way ' • Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 3$ RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS i. Fees or commissions charged for assistance in the procurement of the materials and supplies. 2. Fees or transportation charges for the delivery ofi materials or supplies. In either case, you may not take credit for any part of the cast of the materials and supplies. Joint Checking Allowance Prime Contractors and DBEs must receive pre-approval by the OEO before using a joi:nt check. Joint check requests shall be submitted, by the Prime Contractor to fhe Contracting Agency for approval. When requesting approval for use of a joint checking allowance, the Contractor must distribute a written joint check agreemen# among the parties (including the suppliers involved) pro�iding full and prompt disclosure o# the expected use of #he joint checks. The agreement shall contain all the information concerning the parties' obligations and consequences or remedies if the agreement is not fulfilled or a breach occurs. The joint check :request shall be submitted to the Contracting Agency for approval prior to signing the Contract agreement. The following are some general conditions that must be met by all parties regarding joint check use: a. It is understood the Prime Contractor acts as the guarantor of a joint check. b. The DBE's own funds are used to pay supplier of materials. The Prime Contractor does not make direct payment to supplier. In order to be performing a Commercially Useful Function (CUF�, the DBE must release the check to the supplier (paying for the materials it-self and not be an extra particFpant in a transaction). c. If the Prime Contractor makes joint checks available to one DBE Subcontractor, the service must be made available to all Subcontractors � (DBE and non-DBE). d. The relationship between the DBE and its suppdiers should be established independently of and without interference by the Prime Contractor. The DBE has final decision-making responsibility concerning the procurement of materials and supplies, including which supplier to use. e. The Prime Contractor and DBE shall be able to provide receipts, invoices, cancelled checks and/or certification statements of payment if requested by the Contracting Agency. f. The DBE remains responsible for ali other elements of 49 CFR 26.55(c) (1). Ciry of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School RFB 12-102 Safe Routes To School June 2012 Page 39 � � � �, SPECIAL PROVISIONS Fai�ure'by the Prime Contractor to request and to receive prior approval of a joint check arrangement will result in the joint check amou.nt not counting towards the Prime Contractor's DBE goaL Commerciaily Useful Function (CUF' In any case, you may only take credit when the associated DBE fhat is determined to be perfonming a Commercially Useful Function {CUF). • A DBE perForms a CUF when it is responsible fior execution of a distinct ' element of Work and is carrying out its responsibilities by performing, managing and supervising the Work involved. The DBE must also be responsible with respect to materials and supplies used on the Contract. For , example; negotiating price, determining quafity, determining quantities, ordering, installing (if applicable) and paying fior the material itself. I � C I C u ' , u � C � ' �1 � A DBE does not perform a CUF if its role is iimited to that of an extra participant in a transaction, Contract, or project through which funds are passed. Procedures Between Award and Execution After award and prior to Execution of the Contract, the successful Bidder shall provide additional information as described below. Failure #o comply may result in the forfeiture of the Bidder's Proposal bond or deposit. A�ist of all firms who submitted a Bid or quote in an attempt to participate in this project whether they were successful or not. Include the correct business name, federai employer identification number (optionalJ and a mailing address. The firms identified by the Prime Contractor may be contacted by Contracting Agency to solicit genera! information as follows: 1. Age of the #irm. 48 2: Average o# its gross annual receipts over the past three years. Procedures after Execution Reporting Quarterly Report of Amounts Credited as DBE Participation Form #422-1024 The Prime Contractor shall submit a Quarterly Report of Amounts Credited as DBE Participation form (422 102 EF) on a quarterly basis for any calendar quarter in which DBE Work is accomplished or upon completion of the project, as appropniate. This is a record of payments to the DBE that the Prime Contractor is taking credit for as DBE partic�pation. The dollars reported as specified in Crediting DBE Participation for Reporting Purposes section of this contract provision. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To ScFwol Page 40 RFB 12-102 June 2012 CI SPECIAL PROVISIONS In the event that the payments to a DBE have been made by an entity other than the Prime Contractor (as in the case of a lower-tier Subcontrac#or or supplier), then the Prime Contractor shall obtain the quarterly report, including the signed affidavit, from fhe paying entity and submit the report to the Contracting Agency. Payment Compensation for all costs associated wifh complying with the conditions of this specification shall be included in payment for the associated Contract items of Work. Prompt Payment Prompt payment to all Subcontractors shall be in accordance with Section 1-08.1(1) of the Contract Provisions. Damages for Noncompliance The Prime Contractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the performance of this Contract. The Prime Contractor shall carry out applicable requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administrafiion of Contracts, which contain funding assistance from the United States Departmea�t of Transportation. Failure by the Prime Contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this Contract, which may result in #he termination of this Contract or such other remedy as the Contracting Agency deems appropriate. 1-07.12 Federal Agency Inspection Section 1-07.12 is supplemented with the following: (WSDOT GSP March 13, 1995) Required Federal Aid Provisions The Required Contract Provisions Federal Aid Construction Contracts (FHWA 1273) and the amendments thereto supersede any conflicting provisions of the Standard Specifications and are made a part of this Contract; provided, however, that if any of the provisions of FHWA 1273, as amended, are Jess restrictive than Washington Sta#e Law, then the Washington State Law shail prevail. The provisions of FHWA 1273, as amended, included in this Contrac# require that the Contractor insert the FHWA 1273 and amendments thereto in each subcontract, together with the wage rates which are part of the FHWA 1273, as amended. Also, a clause shall be included in each subcontract requiring the subcontractors to insert the FHWA 1273 and amendments thereto in any lower tier subcontracts, together with the wage rates. The Contractor shall also ensure that this section, REQUIRED FEDERAL AID PROVISIONS, is inserted in each subcontract for subcontractors and lower tier subcontractors. For this purpose, upon request to the Project Engineer, the Contractor will be provided with extra copies of the FHWA 1273, the amendments thereto, the applicable wage rates, and this Special Provision. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes 7o School Page 41 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' ' � � '�� � ' J �_J SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1-07.15 Temporary Water Pollution/Erosion Control 1-07.15(1) Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plan �******� Payment wil be made under the following bid item(s) when it appears in the Proposal: "SPCC Plan", per lump surn 1-Q7.16 Protection and Restoration of Property 1-07.16(2) Vegetation Protection and Restoration Section 1-07.16(2) is supplemented with the following: (August 2, 2010) Vegetation and soil protection zones for trees shall extend out from the trunk to a distance of 1 foot radius for each inch of trunk diameter at breas# height. Vegetation a�nd soil protection zones for shrubs shall extend out from the stems at ground level to twice the radius of the shrub. Vegetation :and soil protection zones for herbaceous vegetation shall extend to encompass the diameter of the plant as measured from the outer edge of the plant. ' 1-07.�7 Utilities and Similar Facilities �� L I �i i� ' I .J � ' 1 Section 1-07.17is supplemented with the following: (April2, 2007) Locations and dimensions shown in the Plans for existing facilities are in accordance with available information obtained without uncovering, measuring, or other verification. The following addresses and telephone numbers of utility �ompanies known or suspected of having facilities within the project limits are supplied for the Contractor's convenience: COMCAST 4020 Auburn Way N Auburn, WA 98002 Attn: Jerry Steele Email: Jerry_Steele2 � cable.comcast. com Telephone: (253) 288-7532 CENTURYLINK 2310 S. 84th, Suite 18 Lakewood, WA 98499 Attn: Tonna Baruso City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 42 Puget Sound Energy (Gas) 3130 S. 38th St. Tacoma, WA 98409 Attn: Anita Yurovchak Telephone: 253-476-6304 Puget Sound Energy (Power) 14� 03 8th Street East Sumner, WA 98390 Attn: Tom Quann RFB 12-102 June 2012 �,� SPECIAL PROVISIONS Telephone: 253-597-4018 Highline Water District 23828 30�' Avenue S Kent, WA 98032 Attn: Teya Hitlerman Telephone: 206-592-8924 AT&T 11241 Willows Rd NE, Ste. 130 Redmond, WA 98052 Attn: Dan McGeough Telephone: 425-896-9830**" Telephone: 253-863-0484 King Cou�nty Traffic Operations 155 Monroe Avenue NE Renton, WA 98056 Attn: Mark Parrett Tel: 206-296-8152 Federal Way School District Transportation Department Attn: Cindy Wendland 1211 S 332" Street Federal Way, WA 98003 Telephone: 253-945-5965 �. Email: cwendlan�fwps.org; 1-07.18 Public Liability and Property Damage Insurance Delefe this section in its entirety, and replace it with the following: 1-07.18 Insurance (January 24, 2011 APWA GSP) 1-07.18('i) General Requirements A. The Con#ractor shall obtain the insurance described in this section from insurers approved by the State Insurance Commissioner pursuant to RCW Tifle 48. T.he insurance must be provided by an insurer with a rating of A-: VII or higher in the A.M. Best's Key Rating Guide, which is licensed to do business in the state o# Washington (or :issued as a surplus line by a Washington Surplus lines broker). The Contracting Agency reserves the right to approve or reject the insurance provided, based on the insurer (including #inancial condition), terms and coverage, the Certificate of Insurance, and/or endorsements. B. The Contractor shall keep this insurance in force during the term of the Contract and for thirty (30) days after the Physical Completion date, unless otherwise indicated (see C. below). C. I# any insurance policy is written on a claims made form, its retroactive date, and that of all subsequent renewals, shall be no later than the effective date of this Contract. The policy shall state that coverage is claims made, and state the re#roactive date. Claims-made form coverage shall be maintained by the Contractor for a minimum of 36 months following the Final Completion or earlier termination of this Contract, and the Contractor shall annually provide the Contracting Agency with proof of renewal. If renewal of the claims made form of coverage becomes unavailable, or economically prohibitive, the Contractor shall purchase an extended reporting period ("tail") or execute another form of guarantee acceptable to the Contracting Agency to assure financial responsibility for liability for services performed. D. The insurance policies shall conta�in a"cross Iiabilit�' provision. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Sate Routes Ta School Page 43 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' ' � � , ' , 1 � � � � � , ' � SPEGIAL PROVISIONS E. The Contractor's and all subcontractors' insurance coverage shall be p�rimary and non-contributory insurance as respects the Contracting Agency's insurance, seff-ins�rance, or insurance pool coverage. F. The Contractor shall provide the Contracting Agency and all Additional Insureds with written notice of any policy cancel'lation, within two business days of their receipt of such notice. G. Upon request, the Contractor shall forward to the Contracting Agency a full and certified copy of the insurance policy(s). H. The Contractor shall not begin work under the Contract until the required insurance has been obtained and approved by the Contracting Agency. L Failure on the part of the Contractor to maintain the insurance as required shall constitute a matarial breach of Contract, upon which the Contracting Agency may, after giving five business days notice to the Contractor to correct the breach, immediately terminate the Contract or, at i#s discretion, procure or renew such insurance and pay any and all premiums in connection therewith, with any sums so expended to be repaid #o the Contracting Agency on demand, or at the sole discretion of the Contracting Agency, ofFset against funds due the Contractor from the Contracting Agency. J. AII costs for inswrance shall be incidental #o and included in the unit or lump sum prices of the Contract and no addi#ional payment will be made. 1-07.18(2) Additionallnsured All insurance policies, with the exception of Professional Liability and Workers Compensation, shall name the following listed entities as additional insured(s): • the Con#racting Agency and its officers, elected officials, employees, agents, and volunteers ` • Federal Way School District The above-lis#ed entities shall be additional insured(s) for the full available limits of liability maintained by the Contractor, whether primary, excess, contingent or othe�rwise, irrespective of whether such limits maintained by the Contractor are greater than those required by this Contract, and irrespective of whether the Certificate of Insurance provided by the Contractor pursuant to 1-07.18(3) describes limits lower than those maintained by the Contractor. 1-07,18(3) Subcontractors Contractor shall ensure that each subcontractor of every tier obtains and maintains at a minimum the insurance coverages listed in 1-07.18(5)A and 1-07.18(5)B. Upon request of the Contracting Agency, the Contractor shall provide evidence of such insurance. City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 44 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � � SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1-07.18{4) Evidence of Insurance The Contractor shafl deliver to the Contracting Agency a Certificate(s) of Insurance and endorsements #or each policy of insurance meeting the requirements set forth herein when the Contractor delivers the signed Contract for the work. The certificate and endorsements must conform to the following requirements: 1. An ACORD certificate or a form determined by the Contracting Agency to be equivalent. 2. Copies of all endorsements naming Contracting Agency and all other entities listed in 1-07.18(2) as Additional Insured(s), showing the policy number. The Contractor may submit a copy of any blanket additional insured clause from its poiicies instead of a separate endorsement. A statement of additional insured status on an ACORD Certificate of Insurance shall not satisfy this requirement. 3. Any other amendatory endorsernents to show the coverage req�uired herein. 1-07.'18(5) Coverages and Limits The insurance shall provide the minimum coverages and limits set forth below. Providing coverage in these stated minimum limits shall not be construed to relieve the Contractor from Iiability in excess of such limits. All deductibles and self-insured retentions must be disclosed and are subject to approval by the Contracting Agency. The cost of any claim paymen#s falling wifhin the deductible shall be the responsibility o# the Contractor. 1-07.18(5)A Commercial General Liability A policy of Commercial General Liability Insuranae, including: Per project aggregate Prem�sesl0perations Liability Products/Completed Operations — for a period of one year following final acceptance of the work. - PersonaUAdvertising Injury Contractual Liability Independent Contractors Liability Stop Gap / Employers' Liability Explosion, Collapse, or Underground Property Damage (XCU) Blasting (only required when the Contractor's work under this Contract includes exposures to which this specified coverage responds) City of Federal Way Ma�k Twain Elementary Scbool Safe Routes To School Page 45 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Such policy must provide the following minimum limits: $5,000,000 Each Occurrence $5,000,000 General Aggregate $5,Q00,000 Products & Completed Operations Aggregate $1,000,000 Personal &Advertising Injury, each o.ffence Stop Gap / Employers' Liability $5,000,000 Each Accident $1,000,000 Disease - Policy Limit $1,000,000 Disease - Each Employee 1-07.18(5)B Automobile Liability Aatomobile Liabitity for owned, non-owned, hired, and leased vehicles, with an MCS 90 endorsement and a CA 9948 endorsement attached if "pollutants" are to be transported. Such policy(ies) must provide the following minimum limit: $2,000,000 combined single limit 1-07.18(5)C Workers' Compensation The Contractor shall comply with Workers' Compensa#ion coverage as required by the Industrial Insurance laws of the state of Washington. 1-07.23(1) Construction under Traffic (April 2, 2007 WSDOT GSP) Section 1-07.23(1) is supplemented with the following: Work Zone Clear Zone The Work Zone Clear Zone (WZCZ) applies during working and nonworking hours. The WZCZ app{ies only to temporary roadside objects introduced by the Contractor's operations and does not apply to preexisting conditions or permanent Work. Those work operations that are actively in progress shall be in accordance with adopted and approved Traffic Control Plans, and other contract requirements. During nonworking houcs equipment or materials shall no# be within the WZCZ unless they are protected by permanent guacdrail or temporary concrete barrier. The use of temporary concrete barrier shall be permitted only if the Engineer approves fhe installation and location. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School FiFB 12-102 J�une 2012 Page 46 SPECIAL PROVISIONS During actual hours of work, unless protected as described above, only materials absolutely necessary to construction shall be within the WZCZ and only construction vehicles absolutely necessary #o construction shail be allowed within the WZCZ or allowed to stop or park on the shoulder of the roadway. The Contractor's nonessential vehicles and employees private vehicles shall not be permitted to park within the WZCZ at any time unless protected as described above. Deviation frorn the above requiremen.ts shall nat occur unless the Contractor has requested the deviation in writing and the Engineer has provided written approval. Minimum WZCZ distances are measured from the edge of traveled way and will be deterrnined as follows: Minimum Work Zone Clear Zone Distance 1-07.23(1) Construction under Traffic (Special Provision) Section 1-07.23(1) is supplemented with the following: � *,►*,�*,� Pedestrian Access The Contractor shall keep all pedestrian .routes and access points (including sidewa�lks, and crosswalks when located within the project limits) open and clear at all times unless permitted otherwise by the Engineer in an approved traffic control plan. 1-07.24 Rights of Way (October i, 2005 APWA GSP) Delete this section in its entirety, and replace it with the following: Street right of way Iines, limits of easements, and limits of construction permits are indicated in the Plans. The Contractor's construction activities shall be confined within these limits, unless arrangements for use of private property are made. Generally, the Contracting Agency witl have obtained, prior to Bid opening, all rights of way and easements, both permanent and temporary, necessary for carrying out the work. Exceptions to this are noted in the Bid Documents or will be brought to the Contractor's attention by a duly issued Addendum. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 47 RFB 12-102 , June 2012 � * or 2-feet beyond the outside edge of sidewalk � �J ' � � ' �� u ' ' � '� ' I'� � � �I ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Whenever any of the work is accomplishe� on or through property other than public right of way, the Contractor shall meet and fuifill all covenants and stipulations of any easement agreement obtained by the Contracting Agency #rom the owner of the private property. Copies of the easement agreements may be included in the Contract Provisions or made available to the Contractor as soon as practical after they have been ob#ained by the Engineer. � Whenever easernents or rights of entry have not been acquired prior to advertising, these areas are so noted in the Plans. The Contractor shall not proceed with any portion of the work in areas where right of way, easements or rights of entry #�ave not been acquired until the Engineer certifies to the Contractor #hat the right of way or easement is available or that the right of entry has been received. I# the Contractor is delayed due to acts of omission on the part of the Contracting Agency in obtaining easements, rights of entry or right of way, the Contractor will be entitled to an extension of time. The Contractor agrees that such delay shall not be a breach of Contract. Each properly owner shall be given 48 hours notice prior to entry by the Contractor. This includes entry onto easements and private property where private improvements must be adjusted. The Contractor shatl be responsible for providing, without expense or liability to the Contracting Agency, any additional land and access thereto that the Contractor may desire for temporary construction facilities, storage of materials, or other Contractor needs. However, before using any private property, whether adjoining the work or not, the Contractor shall file with the Engineer a written permission of the private property owner, and, upon vacating the premises, a written release from the properry owner of each property disturbed or otherwise intertered with by reasons of construction pursued under this Contract. The staternent shali be signed by the private property owner, or proper authority acting for the owner of the private property affected, stating that permission has been granted to use the property and all necessary perrrrits have been obtained or, in the case of a release, that the restoration of the property has been satisfactorily accomplished. The stateme:nt shall include the parcel number, address, and date of signature. Written releases must be filed with the Engineer before the Completion Date wifl be established. (Special Provision) Section 1-07.24 is supplemented with the following: � ****�,� The Contractor shall be responsible for providing, without expense or liability to the Contracting Agency, any additional land and access thereto that the Contractor may desire for ternporary construction facili#ies, storage of materials, or other Contractor needs. However, before using any private property, whether adJoining the work or not, the Contractor shall file with the Engineer a written permission of the private property owner, and, upon vacating the premises, a written release from the property owner of each properry disturbed or otherwise inter#ered with by reasons of construction pursued under this contract. The statement shall be signed by the private property owner, or proper authority acting for the owner of the private property affected, stating that permission has been gran#ed to use the property and all necessary permits have been City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Efementary School Safe Routes To School Page 48 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS obtained or, in the case of a release, that the restoration of the property has been satisfactorily accomplished. The statement shall include #he parcel number, address, and date of signatwre. Written releases must be filed with the Engineer before the Completion Date will be established. The Contracting Agency has secured right of entry on adjacent public property for the purpose of construction of project work within the boundaries .of Mark Twain Elementary School. The Contractor may occupy the Mark Twain Elementary School Right of Entry area from the Notice to Proceed date until August 31, 2012. All project work within the scMool property must be completed by that date. 1-08 PROSECUTIOPI AND PROGRESS Add the following new section: 1-08.0 Preliminary Matters (May 25, 2006 APWA GSP) 1-08.0(1) Preconstruction Conference (October i0, 2008 APWA GSP) Prior to the Contractor beginning the work, a preconstruction conference wi1i be held between the Cantractor, the Engineer, and such other interested parties as may be invited. The purpose of the preconstruction conference will be: To review the initial progress schedule; To establish a working understanding among the various parties associated or affected by the work; To establish and review procedures for progress payment, notifications, approvals, submittals, etc.; To establish normal working hours for the work; l"o review safety standards and traffic control; and To discuss such other related items as may be pertinent to the work. The Contractor shall prepare and submit at the preconstruction meeting the following: A breakdown of a1l Iump sum items; A preliminary schedule of working drawing submittals; and A list of material sources for approval if applicable. Add the following new section: City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 49 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 1 � , � ' ' �I ' � u i�_1 � u ' �I , ��' ' � ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1-08.0(2) Hours of Work (June 27, 2011 APWA GSP) Except in the case of emergency or unless otherwise approved by the Contracting Agency, #he normal straight time working hours for the Contract shall be any consecutive 8-hour peciod between 7:00 a,m. and 6:00 p.m. of a working day with a maximum 1-hour lunch break and a 5-day work week. The normal straight time 8-hour working period for the Contract shall be established at the preconstruction conference or prior to the Contractor commencing the vuork. Written permission from the Engineer is required, if a Contractor desires to perform work on holidays, Saturdays, or Sundays; before 7:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. on any day; or longer than an 8-hour period on any day. The Contractor shall apply in writing to the Engineer for such permission, no later than noon on the working day prior to #he day for which the Contractor is requesting permission to work. Permission to work between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. during weekdays and between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 9:00 a.m. on weekends or holidays may also be subject #o noise control requirements. Approval to continue work during these hours may be revoked at any time the Contractor exceeds the Contracting Agency's noise control regu'lations or complaints are received from the public or adjoining property owners regarding the noise from the Contractor's operations. The Contractor shall have no claim for damages or delays should such permission be revoked for these reasons. Permission to work Saturdays, Sundays, holidays, or other th�n the agreed upon normal straight time working hours Monday through Friday may be given subject to certain other conditions set forth by the Contracting Agency or Engineer. These conditions may include but are not limited to: The Engineer may require designated representatives to be present during the work. Representatives who may be deemed necessary by the Engineer include, but are not limited to: survey crews; personnel from the Contracting Agency's material testing lab; inspectors; and other Contracting Agency employees when in the opinion of the Engineer, such work necessitates their presence. On non-Federal aid projects, requiring the Contractar to reimburse the Contracting Agency for the costs in excess of straight-time costs for Contracting Agency representatives who worked during such times. Considering the work performed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays as working days with regard to the Contract time. Considering multiple work shifts as multiple working days with respect to Contract time, even though the multip'le shifts occur in a single 24-hour period. 1-08.1 Subcontracting Section i-08.1 is supplemented with the following: (October 12, 1998) City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 50 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Prior to any subcontractar or lower tier subcontractor beginning work, the Contractor shall subrnit to the Engineer a certification (WSDOT Form 420-004) that a written agreement between the Contractor and the subcontractor or between the subcontractor and any lower tier subcontractor has been executed. This certification shall also guarantee that these subcontract agreements incfude ali the documents required by the Special Provision Federal Agency Inspection. A Subcontractor or lower tier Subcontractor will not be permitted to perform any work under the Contract until the following documen#s have been completed and submitted to the Engineer: 1. Request to Sublet Work (Form 421-012), and 2. Contractor and Subcontractor or Lower Tier Subcontractor Certification for Federal- aid Projects (Form 420-004). The Contractor's records pertaining to the requirements of this Special Provision shall be open to inspection or awdit by representatives of the Contracting Agency during the life of the Contract and for a period of not less than three years after the date of acceptance of the Contract. The Contractor shall retain these records for that period. The Contractor shall also guarantee that these records of all Subcontractors and lower tier Subcontractors shall be available and open to similar inspection or audit for the same time period. 'I-08.1(1) Subcontract Completion and Return of Retainage Withheld Section 1-08.1(1) is revised to read: (June 27, 201 i) The following procedures shaCl apply to all subcontracts entered into as a part of this Contract: Requiremerrts 1. The Prime Contractor or Subcontractor shall make payment to the Subcontractor not later than ten {10) days after receipt of payment from the Contracting Agency for work satisfactorily completed by the Subcontractor, to the extent of each Subcontractor's interest tMerein. 2. Prompt and full payment of retainage from the Prime Contractor to the Subcontractor shall be made within 30 days after Subcontractor's Work is satisfactorily completed. 3. For purposes of this Section, a Subcontractor's work is satisfactorily completed when all task and requirements of the Subcontract have been accomplished and including any required documentation and material testing . 4. Failure by a Prime Contractor or Subcontractor to comply with these requirements may result in one or more of the #ollowing: a. Withhoiding of payments until the Prime Contractor or Subcontractor complies City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School RFB 12-102 Safe Routes To School June 2012 Page 51 , � SPECIAL PROVISIONS b. Failure to comply shall be reflected in the Prime Contractor's Performance Evaluation ' c. Cancellation, Termination, or Suspension of the Contract, in whole or in part d. Other sanctions as provided by the subcontractor or by law under applicable prompt pay statutes. Conditions This clause does not create a contractual relationship between the Contracting Agency and any Subcontractor as stated in Section 1-08.1. Also, it is not intended to bestow upon a�ny Subcontractor, the status of a third-party beneficiary to the Contract be#ween the Contracting Agency and the Contractor. Payment The Contractor will be solely responsible for any additional costs involved in paying retainage to the Subcontractors. Those costs shall be incidental to the respective Bid Items. Section 1-08.5 is supplemented with the following: (March 13, 1995) This project shall be physically complete within 40 working days. 1-08.6 Suspension of Work Section 1-08.6 is supplemented with the following: (August 7, 2006) , Contract time may be suspended for verification of HMA mix designs or for procurement of critical materials (Procurement Suspension). In order to receive a Procurement Suspension, the Contractor shall within 30 calendar days after execution by the ' Contracting.Agency, submit all HMA mix designs according to section 5-04.3(7)A or place purchase orders for all materials deemed critical by the Contracfiing Agency for physical completion of the contract. The Contractor shall provide a copy of the , completed DOT Form 350-042 indicating the date the mix design was submitted, or copies of purchase orders for the critical ma#erials. Such purchase orders shall disclose the purchase order date and estimated delivery dates for such critical material. ' ' � The Contractor shall show mix design verification or procurement of the materials listed below as activ�ties in the Progress Schedule. If the approved Progress Scheduls indicates that the mix design verification or materials procurement are critical activities, and if the Contractor has provided documentation tha# mix designs are subrr�itted or purchase orders are placed for the critical materials within the prescribed 30 calendar days, then contract time shall be suspended upon physical completion of all critical work except that work dependent upon the below listed critical materials: City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary Schoof Safe Routes To School Page 52 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Solar SZ Sign Assembiy Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Sign Assembly Chargir�g of contract #ime will resu;me upon the Contractors' receipt of a mix design verifiication report, delivery of the critical materials to the Contractor, notification that the critical materials are ready for delivery to the Contrac#or firom the Contracting Agency's Materials Laboratory, or 120 calendar days after execution by the Contracting Agency, whichever occurs first. No additional Procurement Suspension will be provided if the Contractors HMA mix designs did not verify and are resubmitted. 1-08J Maintenance During Suspension (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) Revise the second paragraph to read: At no expense to the Contracting Agency, the Contractor shall provide through the construction area a safe, smooth, and unobstructed roadway, sidewalk, and path #or public use during suspension (as required in Section 1-07.23 or the Special Provisions). This may include a temporary road or detour. 1-09 1-09.6 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT Force Account (October i0, 2008 APWA GSP) Supplement this section with the following: The Contracting Agency has estimated and included in the Proposal, dollar amounts for all items to be paid per force account, only to provide a common proposal #or Bidders. All such dollar amounts are to become a part of Contractor's total bid. However, the Contracting Agency does not warrant expressly or by implica#ion, that the actual arrmount of work will correspond with those estimates. Payment will be made on the basis of the amount of work actually au�horized by Engineer. 1-09.7 Mobilization (Special Provision) Section 1-09.7 is supplemented with the following: � **,►,�*,� Obtaining a site for the Contractor's mobilization, field office(s), storage of materials, and other general operations shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. All costs associated with securing sites shall be included in the other bid items on the project and no other compensation will be made for this item. The Contractor will pro�ide City with copy(s) of agreement(s). Payrnent is made under #he following bid item: City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 53 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' , , , �� ' ' ' , � �_1 ,� I �� � J L ' C�' SPECIAL PROVISIONS "Mobilization" per lump sum. The lump sum bid price for 'Mobilization" shall include, but not limited to, the foi:lowing items: the movement of the Contractor's personnel, equipment, supplies and incidentals to the project site; the establishment of the Contractor's office, and other facilities necessary for work on the project; providing sanitary facilities for �he Contractor's personnel; obtaining permits or licenses required to complete the project not furnished by the Owner; and other work and o,perations which must be performed or costs that must be incurred. 1-09.8 Payment for Material on Hand (August 3, 2009 WSDOT GSP� Payment For Material On Hand The last paragraph of Section 1-09.8 is revised to read: The Contracting Agency will not pay for material on hand when the invoice cost is less than $2,000. As materials are used in the work, credits equaling the partial payments for them will be taken on future estimates. Each month, no later than the estimate due date, the Contractor shall submit a letter to the Project Engineer that clearly states: 1) the amount originatly paid on the invoice (or other record of production cost) for the items on hand, 2) the dollar amount of the material incorporated into each of the various work items for the month, and 3) the amount that should be retained in ma#erial on hand items. If work is performed on the items and the Contractor does not submit a letter, all ofi the previous material on hand payment will be deducted on the estimate. Partial payment for materials on hand shall not const�tute acceptance. Any material will be rejected 'rf found to be faulty even if partial payment for it has been made. 1-09.9 Payments (March i3, 2012APWA GSP) Delete the first fiour paragraphs and replace them with the following: The basis of payment will be the actual quantities of Work perFormed according to the Contract and as specified for payment. The Contractor shall submit a breakdown of the cost of lump sum bid items a# the Preconstruction Conference, to enable the Project Engineer to determine the Work performed on a monthly basis. A breakdown is not required for lump sum items that include a basis #or incremental payments as part of the respective Speoification. Absent a lump sum breakdown, the Project Engineer will make a determi,nation based on information available. The Project Engineer's determ�nation of the cost of work shall be final. Ciry of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Paye 54 RFB 12-102 June 2012 �I', SPECIAL PROVISIONS Progress payments for completed work and material on hand will be based upon progress estimates prepared by the Engineer. A progress estimate cutoff date will be established at the preconstruction conference. � The initial progress estimate will be made not later than 30 days after the Contractor cornmences the work, and successive progress estimates will be made every month thereafter until the Completion Date. Progress estimates made during progress of the work are tentative, and made only #or the purpose of determining progress payments. The progress estimates are subject #o change at any time prior to the calculation of the final payment. The value of the progress estimate will be the sum of the following: 1. Unit Price Items in the Bid Form —#he approximate guantity of acceptable units of work completed multiplied by the unit price. 2. Lump Sum Items in the Bid Form — based on the approved Contractor's lump sum breakdown for that item, or absent such a breakdown, based on the Engineer's determination. 3. Materials on Hand —100 percent of invoiced cost of material delivered to Job site or other storage area approved by fhe Engineer. 4. Change Orders — entitlement for approved extra cost or completed extra work as determined by the Engineer. � Progress payments will be made in accordance with the progress estimate less: 1. Retainage per Section 1-09.9(1), on non FHWA-funded projects; 2. The amount of progress paymen#s previously made; and 3. Funds withheld by the Contracting Agency fior disbursement in accordance with the Contract Documents. Progress payments for work performed shall not be evidence of acceptable performance or an admission by #he Contracting Agency that any work has been satisfactorily completed. The determination of payments under the contract will be final in accordance with Section 1-05.1. 1-09.9{1) Retainage Section 1-09.9(1) content and title is deleted and replaced with the following: (June 27, 2011) Vacan# 1-09.15 Claim Resolution 1-09.13(3)A Administration of Arbitration (October 1, 2005 APWA GSP) Revise the third paragraph to read: City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 55 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 , SPECIAL PROVISIONS The Contracting Agency and the Contcactor mutually agree to be bound by the decision of the arbitrator, and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator may be ente�red ir� the Superior Court of the county in which the Contractinq A�ency's headquarters are located. The decision of the arbitrator and the specifiic basis for the decision shall be in writing. The arbitrator shall use the Contract as a basis for decisions. 1-10 TEMPORARY TRAFFIC CONTROL 1-10.4 Measurement 1-10.4(1) Lump Sum Bid for Project (No Un�t Items) Section 1->0.4(1)is supplemented wifh the fol/owing: (August 2, 2004) The Proposal contains the item "Project Temporary Traffic Control," I�rnp sum. The provisions of Section 1-10.4(1) shall apply. 1-10.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 1-10.5 is supplemented with the following: � ��***,� Paymen# will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid item(s) when included in the proposal: "Project Temporary Traffic Control", lump sum. END OF DIVISION 1 City of Federal Way Mark Twain'Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Paye 56 DIVISION 2 EARTHWORK SPECIAL PROVISIONS 2-01 CLEARING, GRUBBING, AND ROADSIDE CLEANUP 2-01.1 Description (Special Provision) Section 2-01.1 is supplemented with the following: � ****,►,� Clearing and grubbing on this project shall be performed within the Iimits shown in the plans. Trees with roots potentially in confilict with existing utilities will be flush cut. 2-01.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 2-01.4 is supplemented with the following: � *****,� No unit of ineasure shall apply to the lump sum price for "Clearing and Grubbing". No separate payment shall be made for trees noted fior protection on the Plans, payment shall be included in the Lump Surn Payment for " CFearing and Grubbing". 2-01.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 2-01.5 is supplemented with the following: � **,►�*,� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid item(s) when included in the proposal: "Clearing and Grubbing", lump sum. Other trees and/or public/private improvements damaged during tree felling operations shall be repaired or replaced to the satisfaction of the City. All costs for repair and/or replacement of damaged i#ems shall be borne by the Contractor. 2-02 REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES AND OBSTRUCTIONS 2-02.1 Description (Special Provision) Section 2-02.1 is supplemented wifih the following: Clty of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 57 RFB 12-1Q2 June 2012 ' � � ' 1 ' I � C SPECIAL PROVISIONS �*****� Removal of Structures and Obstructions The Contractor shall remove and dispose of all i#ems shown on the site preparation plans and other minor items necessary to complete the work. Removal of pavements, sidewalks, concrete and approaches are included in the "Roadway Excavation, Including Haul° bid item per the Standard Specifications. 2-02.1 Description (March 18, 2002 NWR) Section 2-02.1 is supplernented with the following: Roadside Restoration � The Contractor shall restore, repair or correct all portions of the roadside or adjacent landscapes that were unavoidably damaged due to the performance or .installation of the specified work. Unavoidable damage shall be determined only by the Engineer. ll t � i� ' ' ' ' ' ' All materials utilized shafl be in accordance with Sections 9-14 and 9-15 and other applicable sections of the Standard Specifications or Special Provisions, whichever may apply. All work shall be performed in accordance with Sections 8-02 and 8-03 and other applicable sections of the Standard Spec'rfications. The Contractor shall review the work with the Engineer and receive approval to proceed prior to commencing roadside restoration work. 2-02.3(3) Removal of Pavement, Sidewalks, Curbs, and Gutters (Special Provision) Section 2-02.3(3) is supp.lemented with the following: � �.***,� Prior to removal of pavemen#, the Contractor shall make a full-depth sawcut to delineate the areas of pavement removal from those areas of pavement to remain. The Eng�ineer shall approve the equipment and procedures used to make the furl- depth sawcut. No wastewater from the sawcutting operation shal'I be released directly to any stream or storm sewer system. Removal of pavement and sidewalks within the entire project iimits shall be measured and paid as "Roadway Excavation incl. Haul" in accordance with Section 2-03. 2-02.3(4) Removal of Drainage Structures (Special Provision) �*****� Seation 2-02.3(4) is a new section: City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 58 RFB 12-102 June 2012 , SPECIAL PROV1SIONS Where shown in the Plans or where designated by #he Engineer, the Contractor shail remove existing catch basins, manholes, pipes, and other drainage features in accordance with Section 2-02 of the Standard Specifications. Removal shall be conducted in such a manner as to prevent damage to surrounding facilities including any existing storm sewers, sanitary sewers, electricai conduits or other facilities to remain. All remaining facilities including but not limited to storm sewers, sanitary sewers, monuments, valves, vaults, and electrical conduits damaged due to the Contractor's operations shall be replaced by the Contractor to the satisfaction of the Engineer at no additional cost #o the Contrac#ing Agency. Catc'h basins, manholes, and other drainage structures designated for removal, including all debris, shall be completely removed. All removed catch basins, manholes, and other drainage structures shall becorne the property of the Contractor and shall be disposed of in accordance with Section 2-02 of the Standard Specifications. All undamaged frames, grates, and solid covers in a re-useable condition shall become the property of the City of Federal Way and shall be delivered to a location specified by the Engineer. Sawcutt�ing (ful! depth) of existing asphalt concrete pavement and cement concrete curb and gutter surrounding the structure required for removal will be considered incidental to the removal of the catch basin, manhole, or other drainage structures. Sawcuts shall be in accordance with Section 2-02 of these Special Provisions. Backfilling of catch basins, manholes, pipes and other drainage structures to be removed and replaced shall not be performed until the new structure is instafled and shall be in accordance with Section 7-05. Backfilling of a structure to be replaced shall be considered incidental to the constructlon and installation of the new catch basin, manhole, or other drainage structure. Backfilling of catch basins, manholes, pipes and other drainage structures to be completely removed shall be performed using gravel 'borrow paid in accordance with the Bid Schedule. Prior to backfilling any voids, the Contractor shall remove pipe as noted in the plans. Pipe shown to be abandoned or ordered by the Engineer to be abandoned shall be filled with CDF in accordance with Section 2-09.3(1)E of the Standard Specifications. Material, labor, tools, and equipment necessary to remov$ and/or fill any abandoned pipe shall be paid in accordance with the Bid Schedule. Pipe ends at limits of pipe removal shall be plugged cornpletely with brick and mortar extending twice the diameter into the pipe from the cut end. Plugging pipe ends shall be considered incidental and included in the pipe removal and no additional payment will be made. The Contractor shall maintain existing drainage, where designated by the Engineer, until the new drainage system is completely installed and functioning.. 2-02.3(5) Relocafion of Existing Bollards (Special Provision) �*****� Section 2-02.3(5) is a new section: Cit�r of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 59 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Three (3) existing wooden pathway bollards and all removable insert equipment associa.ted with the bollards shall be relocated as shown on the plans to make way fior the new curb ramp at that location. 2-02.3(6) Adjust Exis#ing Utility to Grade (Special Provision) �,.**��.� 2-02.3(6) is a new section: As shown on fhe Plans, existing utifities such as monuments, manholes, catch basin frames and grates, water valves, and meter boxes shall be adjusted to finished grade. The Contractor shall, prior to the beginning of any work, familiarize himself with the existing uti�lity loca#ions. The Contractor shall adjust City-owned utilities. Final adjustment shall be smooth and flush with finished grade. The Contractor sha{I rnark the location of all utilities prior to paving the new surface. Unless otherwise provided for in the Special Provisions and Proposal, costs for adjusting utilities to grade, including coordinating the work with other utilities, shall be incidental to the various iterns of work and no additional compensation will be allowed. Existing facilities shall be adjusted to the finished grade as shown on the Drawings and as fiurther specified herein. Existing box, ring, grate, and cover shaFl be reset in a careful and workrnanlike manner to conform to the new grade. Special care shall be exercised in all operations. Any damage occurring to the man,holes, concrete inlets, monument cases, valve boxes, or water mains, due to the Contractor's operations, shall be repaired at the Contractor's own expense. Adjustments shall be made using bricks, concrete blocks, or cement, and the interior of the manhole adjustment shall be mortared srnoothly. All covers and frames shall be thoroughly cleaned. The Contractor shall be responsible for referencing and keeping a record of such references of all manholes, catch basins, monument cases, meter boxes, and valve boxes encountered, and shall submit a copy of these references to the Engineer. The manholes, catch basins, monument cases, meter boxes, and valve boxes shall be adjusted to grade in accordance with Section 1-05.3(1). Final restoration of finished grade surfaces sha'II be performed in the following manner: 1. Within a Gravel Surface: Provide a 6-inch-deep and 6-inch-wide concrete collar installed and restored with 3 inches of crushed surfacing top course. 2. Within a Grass Surface: Provide crushed surfacing top course backfill and 3 inches of topsoil, Type A, and seed. 3. Within an Asphalt Cement Concrete Paved Surface: See description provided in Section 7-05.3(1). See respective sections for each utility for additional information, including measurement and payment. City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Rowtes To School 7 Page 60 RFB 12-102 June 2012 L SPECIAL PROVISIONS 2-02.3(8) Remove Pavement Markings (Special Provision) � **�**,� Section 2-02.3{8) is a new section: Pavement markings shall be removed, measured and paid per 8-22.3(6) of the Standard Specifications. 2-02.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 2-02.4 is supplemented with the fiollowing: � *,�***,� Fence along pathway requiring removal shall be measured and paid as "Remove Fence and Posts", per linear foot. Sawcutting will be measured by the square fioot. Remove Existing Storm Sewer Piper per linear foot. Relocation of Existing Bollards, per lump sum shall �include the relocation of the bollards and all associated existing removable insert equipment. The unit cost shall be full compensation for all 'labor, equipment, and tools required or incidental #o relocate the bollards as shown on the Plans. 2-02.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 2-02.5 is supplemented with the following: � ���**,� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposal: "Remove Storm Sewer Pipe", per linear foot. "Remove Fence and Posts", per linear foot. "Sawcutting", per square foot. "Relocation of Existing Bollards", per lump sum. No Structure Excavation Class B quanti#ies are indicated on the Plans for the Removal of Structure and Obstruction. Structure Excavation Class B for the removal of items shall be considered included in the associated bid item for the removal. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elamentary School S�fe Routes To School Pa9e 61 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � [ � � , , � SPECIAL PROVISIONS 2-03 ROADWAY EXCAVATiON AND EMBANKMENT 2-03.2 Pavement Removal (Special Provision) Section 2-03.2 is replaced with the following: �**�***� Where shown in the Plans or where designated by the Engineer, the Cantractor shall remove asphalt, concrete, Portland cement concrete pavement, sidewalks and curbs. Prior to removal, the Contractor shall make a full-depth sawcut to delineate the areas of pavement removal from those areas of pavement to remain. The Engineer shall approve the equipment and procedures used to make the fu,ll-depth sawcut. No wastewater from the sawcutting opecation shall be released directly to any stream or storm sewer system. The removed pavement shall become the properry of the Contractor and shall be removed from the project. Damage caused to portions of the pavement to rernain, due '- to the Contractor's operation, shall be repaired by the Contractor at the Contractor's expense and to the satisfaction of the Engineer. � Removal of pavement, sidewalks, curbs, and gu#ters throughout the project shall be measured and paid as "Roadway Excavation incl. Haul" and no additional payment will be made. t Section 2-03.3(10) Selected Material (Special Provision) ' Section 2-03.3(10) is supplemented with the following: �**.***� , Selected Material when specified or required by the Engineer for use on the pro�ect shall meet the requirements of speoified in Section 9-03.14(3) fior Common Borrow. ' Section 2-03.3(14)C Compacting Earth Embankrnents (Special Provision) i,� � � ' , Change this section as fol.lows under headi.ng "Moisture Content" : �******� The moistwre content shall not vary more than 1 percent wet to 3 percent dry of optimum as determined by the tests described in Section 2-03.3(14)D. All compaction shall be per Method C of the Standard Specifications. Section 2-03.3(14)D (Special Provision) City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elernentary School Safe Routes To School Compaction and Moisture Control Tests Page 62 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Change this sectian as follows under heading item i. : �******� Materials with less than 30 percent by weight retained on the U.S. No. 4 sieve shall be determined using FOP for AASHTO T180, Method D. Section 2-03.3(14)E (Special Provision) Unsuitable Foundation Excavation Section 2-03.3(14)E is supplemented with the foilowing: �******� All embankments shall be founded on dense, non-yielding granular foundation soil as approved by the engineer. Remove all organic materials and debris, trash, and all other deleterious material prior to beginning construction of new embankments. Proof roll the foundation to verify dense non-yielding conditions. Unsuitable foundation encountered during structure excavation shatl also be measured and paid #or as "UnsuitabYe Foundation Excavation, Including Haul". Section 2-03.3(i4)G Backfilling Section 2-03.3(14}G is supplemented with the following: �******� Remove aN water and non-compatible materials from excavations prior to backfilling or attempting #o compact embankment soil. Place native soils or provide import Gravel Borrow as required to complete the work. Backfill aCl embankments in accordance with 2-03.3(14)C, Compacting Earth Ernbankments, Method C. Section 2-03.3(y 4)N Bioretention Planters (Special Provision) 2-03.3(14)N is a new Section: �******� At the location shown in the plans, excavate, grade and shape to the contours indicated to accommodate placement and spreading of Bioretention Soil within the Bioretention Planter. 2-03.4 Measurement (March 13, 1995 WSDOT GSP) Section 2-03.4 is supplemented with the following: Only one determination of fhe original ground elevation will be made on this project. Measurement for roadway excavation and embankment will be based on the original Gity of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 63 RFB 12-702 ' Jurne 2012 ' ' ' � SPECIAL PROVISIONS g�round elevations cecorded previous to the award of this contract. Control stakes wil�l be set during construction to provide the Contractor with aIl essen#ial information for the construction of excavation and embankments. If discrepancies are discovered in the ground elevations, wh,ich wili materially affiect the ' quantities of earthwork, the original co.mputations of earthwork quantities will be adjusted accordingly. ' Earthwork quantities wi�ll be corn,puted, either manuafly or by means of electronic data processing equipment, by use of the average end area method or by the finite element analysis method utilizing digital terrain modeling techniques. ' Copies of the ground cross-section notes wiU be available for the bidder's inspection, before the opening of bids, at the Project Engineer's office and at the Region office. Upon award of the contract, copies of the original ground cross-sections will be furnished to the successful bidder on request to the Project Engineer. 2-03.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 2-03.4 is supplemented with the following: �*****� Gravel backfill subsequent to the removal of structures and obstructions shall be measured and paid under the "Gravel Borrow for Trench Backfill" bid item. Excavation and Haul for the Bioretention Planter will be measured by fhe cubic yard. 2-03.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 2-03.5 is supplemented with the following: �*,.****� Payment wili be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposaL• "Roadway Excavation, Iricl. H�ul", per cubic yard. "Unsuitable Foundation Exc., Incl. Haul", per cubic yard. "Gravel $orrow, IncL Haul", per ton. "Excavation and Haul for Bioretention Planter", per cubic yard City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RF•B 12=102 June 2012 Paye 64 SPECIAL PROVISIONS � 2-03.5 Payment (March 13, 1995 WSDOT GSP) Section 2-03.5 is supplemented with the following: All costs in connection with the preparation of waste sites and waste deposits shall be incfuded in the Mobilization. 2-12 CONSTRUCTION GEOSYNTHETIC 2-12.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 2-12.5 is supplemented with the following: �******� Payment w�ill be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when ir�cluded in the proposal: "Construction Geotextile for Separation", per square yard. END OF DNfSION 2 City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Rout� To Scho�l Paye 65 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ti SPECIAL PROVISIONS DIVISION 4 :. � 4-04 BALLAST AND CRUSHED SURFACING 4-04.1 Description (Special Provision) Section 4-04.1 is supplemented with the following: � ,.,��*�� Grushed Surfacing shall be placed where shown in the Plans, as a base for sidewalks, driveways, and pavement, at existing driveways to provide temporary access, as backfill for unsuitable fioundation excavation at mailbox supports, or for any other pucposes deemed necessary by the Engineer. 4-04.3 Construction Requirements 4-04.3(4) Placing and Spreading (Special Provision) Item 2 of Section 4-04.3(3) and Section 4-04(4), is replaced with the following: �******� 2. Road Mix Method. The road mix method of mixing surfacing material will not be allowed. 4-04.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 4-04.5 is supplemented with the fotlowing: �******� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposal: "Crushed Surfacing Top Course", per ton. The unit contract price per ton for "Crushed Surfacing Top Course" shall also include compacting, and removing and hauling to waste when required by the Engineer. END OF DIVISION 4 Clty of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 66 SPECIAL PROVISIONS � DIVISION 5 SURFACE TREATMENTS AND PAVEMENTS 5-04 HOT MIX ASPHALT 5-04.1 Description Supplement this section with the following: This work 5hall consist of providing and placing one or more layers of plant-mixed hot-mix asphalt (HMA) on a prepared foandation or base in ac�ordance with these Specifiications and the lines, grades, thickness, and typical cross sections shown in the Plans. This work shall include the supply and installation of asphalt concrete pavement #or roadway restorafiion. HMA shall be composed of asphalt binder and mineral materials as may be required, mixed in the proportions specified to provide a homogeneous, stable, and workable mixture. 5-04.2 Materials Supplement this section with the following: All asphalt concrete shall be HMA Class 1/2 In. PG 64-22 (N-Design-75 gyration). Tack coat shall be emulsified asphalt grade CSS-1 as specified in Section 9-02.1(6), Cationic Emulsified Asphalt, of the Standard Specifications and wi4l be used at locations specified or as directed by the Engineer. AII cos#s for tack coat shall be considered incidental to and included in other unit Con#ract prices. 5-44.3 Construction Requirements Supplement this section with the following: Where the new HMA pavement connects to the existing pavement, the transition shall produce a smooth ride. The surface of the pavement through #he connection shall not vary more than 1/4 inch in 10 feet. If the edges of ex�isting remaining pavement become broken, uneven, or jagged prior to placement of new asphalt abutting those edges, the existing pavement shall be re-sawcut to provide a smooth, even edge prior to placernent of the new asphalt. 5-04.3(7) Preparation of Aggregates 5-04.3(�A Mix Design (March 10, 2010 APWA GSP) Delete this section and replace it with the following: City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RF8 12-102 ' June 2012 Page 67 � I ' ' ' ' , ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS General. Prior to the production of HMA, the Contract.or shall determine a design aggregate structure and asphalt binder content in accordance with WSDOT Standard Operating Procedure 732. Once the design aggregate structure and asphalt binder content have been determ�ned, the Contractor shall submit the HMA mix design on DOT forrn 350-042 demonstrating the design meets the requirements of Sections 9-03.8(2) and 9-03.8(6). HMA accepted by nonstatistical evaluation requires a mix design verification. For HMA accep#ed by commercial evaluation only the first page of DOT form 350-042 and the percent of asphalt binder is required. in no case shall the paving begin before the determination of anti-strip requirements has been made. Anti-strip requirements wrll be determined by: a. � c. Testing by WSDOT in accordance with TM 718. Testing by Contractor in accordance with WSDOT TM 718. Historical aggregate source ant-strip use provided by WDOT. ' The mix design will be the ini#ial Job Mix Formula (JMF) for the HMA being produced. Any additional adjustments to the JMF will require the approval of the Project Engineer and may be made per Section 9-03.8(7). ' ' '� ' I � � �l � u ' , Mix Design Verification. Verification shall be accomplished by one of the following processes: a. Submit samples to WSDOT State Materials Lab for WSDOT verification testing in accordance with WSDOT Standard Specifications. b. The contracting agency will pe.rform tests to verify #he mix design in accordance with the Field Verification Testing Process. c. Reference a mix design that has been previously verified by the Field Verification Testing Process or verified by WSDOT S#ate Materials Lab on a previous project. d. Perform Field Verification Testing on a sample of HMA provided by the Contractor prior #o paving. Mix design verification is valid for one year from ihe date of verification. At the discretion of the Engineer, agencies may accept mix designs venified beyond the verification year wi#h certification from the Contractor that the materials and sources are the same as those shown on the original mix design. 5-Q4.3(8)A7, General (March 10, 2010 APWA GSP) Delete these sections and replace them with the following: Acceptance of HMA shall be as defined under commercial evafuation. 5-04.3(10) Compaction Delete this section and replace with the foNowing: Asphalt shall be compacted to the satisfaction of the engineer. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 68 �RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS 5-04.4 Measurement Section 5-04.4 is supplemented with the following: Asphalt concrete pavement shall be measured based on certifiied truck tickets collected on the day of paving and paid for per ton as "Commercial HMA". 5-04.5 Payment Delete this section and replace with the foliowing: "Commercial HMA", per ton. The unit Bid price per ton for "Commercial HMA" shall be #ull pay of all equipment, tools, and labor required to provide and place the asphalt as specified on the Plan, and shall include but not .be limited to #ack coat, surface preparation, haul, compaction, additives, temporary striping, and edge sealing. END OF DIVISION 5 City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 69 SPECIAL PROVISIONS DIVISION 7 DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, STORM SEWERS, SANITARY SEWERS, WATER MAINS, AND CONDUITS 7-01 Drains 7-0�i.i Description (Special Provision) �******� This work shall also consist of installing cleanouts and cleanout surFace casings a# the locations shown on the Pians. 7-01.1 Materials (Special Provision) Supplement All drain pipe and underdrain pipe shall be Corregated Polyethylene Drain Pipe (CPEP) �n accordance with 9-05.1(7) of the Standard Specifications. 7-01.3 Construction Requirements (Special Provision) Cleanouts and Fittings for Drain and Underdrain Pipe Supplement The Contractor shall install cleanouts at the #erminal end of any drain or underdrain pipe not entering into a drainage structure. 7-01.5 Payment (Special Provision) Supplement All costs associated with providing pipe, excavation, backfill, construcfion Geotextile, cleanouts and fittings on underdrain pipes shall be considered included in the lump sum con#ract price for "Bioretention Planter". 7-04 STORM SEWERS 7-04.2 Materials (Special Provision) Section 7-04.2 is supplernented with ihe following: �******� StQrm sewer used �in this project include reinforced concrete storm sewer pipe, Class IV unless noted o#herwise in the Contract Plans. Concre#e pipe material, gaskets, and couplings shall be City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 70 SPECIAL PROVISIONS in accordance with Section 9-05.7 0# the Standard Specifications and as modified in these special provisions. Class 50 ductile iron storm sewer pipe, where identified on #he Plans, shall conform to the requirements of 9-05.13. The Contractor shall require the pipe suppliers to furnish certificates signed by their authorized representatives stating the specifications to which the materials or products were manufactured. Certi#icates indicating non-con#ormance with these Specifications shall be sufficient evidence for rejection. Precast concrete materials shall not be shipped until pipe suppliers have provided documenta#ion that materials'have been properly cured. Approval of certificates shall be considered only as tentative acceptance of the materials or products, and such action by the Engineer will not relieve the Contractor of its responsibility to perform field tests and to replace or repair fau+ty materials, equipment, and/or workmanship. 7-04.3 Construction Requirements (Special Provision) Section 7-04.3 is supplemented with the following: �*****,�� Pipe Joints: All concrete pipe joints shall be rubber gasketed; except connections made between dissimilar existing and new pipe materials shall be made utilizi�ng WSDOT 5tandard Plan B-60.20-00 connection collar. Backfill and compaction: Water settling will not be permitted. Backfill shall be cornpacted by mechanical tampers in accordance with Section 2-03.3(14)C "Method B" of the Standard Specifica#ions. Existing storm sewer facilities: The Contractor shall field verify the location of existing storm sewer facii�ities. All facilities shown .on the plan but not noted for removal shall be protected and rema�n opera#ional throughout construction. 7-04.3(1) Cleaning and Testing (Special Provision) Section 7-04.3(1) is supplemented with the following: �******� Cleaning and testing of storm sewer pipe shall be in accordance with Section 7-04.3(1) of the Standard Speci#ications, except as modified herein: Prior to testing, storm sewers will be visually inspected by the Engineer's representative either by external physical observation before backfilling, by physical observation from inside the pipe, or by video inspection methods, at the discretion of the Engineer. The contractor shall City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 71 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' ' � , � ' f1 S.PECIAL PROVI810NS provide all necessary video inspection and/or safety equipment, including mechanical ven#ilation, as requested by the Engineer, with all related cos#s to be included in the unit bid price of the related item. Any departures from the best construction practices, such as pipe line misalignment, presence of foreign matter in the pipes or catch basins, poor catch basin construction, etc., shall be corrected by the Contractor at the Contractor's own expense. Testing will not be authorized until such corrections have been made to the satisfaction of the Engineer. Should high groundwater conditions be encountered, required to be infiltration tested. Infiltration testing shali Engineer. � *****,� 7-04.3(2) Coordination with Utility Companies (Specia/ Provision) Section 7-04.3(2) is added: the completed storm sewers may be be utilized only when ordered by the ' It is anticipated that minor adjustments will need to be made by the �utility companies to avoid the proposed storm drainage system and other project components. Known relocations not to be performed by the Contractor have been shown on the Plans to be performed "by others". ' The Contractor shall identify any additional utility crossings that may conflict with the storm drainage system and notify the Engineer immediately prior to construction in vicinity of conflicts. ' The Contractor is responsible for coordinating anticipated relocation work with #he respective utility companies. This coordination shall include contacting the utiliry company representative listed in Section 1-05.14(A) of fhese Special Provisions at least fifteen (15) working days prior ' to installing storm drain pipe that may conflict with the utility companies' respective faci�ities; and coordinating the construction of the storm drainage system with the respective w#ility construction crews. 1 ' �J Coordination with utility companies shall be considered incidental to the Contract and no additional compensation will be made. 7-04.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 7-04.4 is supplemented with the following: "Corrugated Polyethylene Storm Sewer Pipe 12 In. Diam.", shall be measured per linear foot. � "Ductile `Iron Storm Sewer Pipe 12 In. Diam.", shall be measured per linear foot. Excavation Class B, backfill (with native material), pipe zone bedding, compaction of the pipe ' #rench backfill, connections between dissimilar existing and new pipe materials, and testing will not be measured as these items are incidental to the drainage pipe pay items. '� ' City of Federal VNay Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 72 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS 7-04.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 7-04.5 is supplemented with the foilowing: , � � ;� �******� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when ' included in the proposal: "Corrugated Polyethylene Sewer Pipe 12 In. Diam.", per tinear fioot. "Ductile Iron Storm Sewer Pipe 12 In. Diam.", per linear foot. The unit contract price per linear foot of storm sewer pipe of the type and size specified shall be full pay for furnishing all labor, tools, equipment, and materials necessary for its complete installation, including, but not timited to, all pavement removal, trench excava#ion, dewatering (if required), temporary #low bypass, laying pipe, pipe bedding, backfill (with native material), compaction, connection to new or existing storm sewers or drainage structures, surface restoration, haul and disposal of trench material to be wasted including unsuitable material, cleaning and testing costs rela#ed to maintaining existing drainage system during construction or to provide temporary drainage systems, and temporary patching hot mix to allow for the passage of traffic. If the Engineer determines that the native material is not satisfactory for trench backfill, Gravel Borrow For Trench Backfill Including Haul shall be used and paid for under Section 2-03 in these Special Provisions. 7-05 MANHOLES, INLETS, CATCH BASINS, AND DRYWELLS 7-05.1 Description (Special Provision) Section 7-05.1 is supplemented with the following: �******� In the first paragraph, replace "Standard Plans" with "City of Federal Way Standard Drawings" Type 1 Catch Basins shaN be constructed per City of Federal Way Standard Dwg 4-1. Type 2 Storm Manholes shall be constructed in accordance with City of Federal Way Standard Dwgs 4 and 4 Where shown on the plans and as detailed, or as designated by the Engineer, the Contractor shall adjust catch basins to grade, install solid cover and frame on existing catch basin, install round solid cover with conversion riser as required on existing catch basins, and install heavy duty manhole frame and lids. All lids and frames shall be locking unless shown as non-locking on plans or directed otherwise by the Engineer. Vaned grates and associated frame (Federal Way Dwgs. 4-6 and 4-10) shall be used for all catch basins unless noted in the plans or direc#ed otherwise by the Engineer. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 73 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' � � ' '� � SPECIAL PROVISIONS 7-05.3 Construction Requirements Place anti-seize compound on all locking lid bolts prior to the final project punch list inspection. (Special Provision) Section 7-05.3 is supplemented with the following: �,�*****� Backfill arownd catch basins shall be compacted by mechanical tampers in accordance with � Section 2-03.3(14)C "Method B" of the Standard Specifica#ions. Catch basin cover frames shall be installed on precast rings or as directed by the Engineer. All bricks shall be installed with full mortar coverage and shall be plastered to a depth of 3/4 inch on the outer s�urface. Catch basin covers shall be adjusted to the rim elevations depic#ed on the storm profile drawings. ' A locking vaned grate and associated frame shall be installed on manholes and catch basins located where they will accept runoff. Bi-directional'locking vaned grates shall be installed at all roadway sag locations and at low points along curb returns. (Reference Ciry of Federal Way ' Standard Drawings No. 4-10 for standard vaned. grate and 4-6 for standard frame). All structures not receiving surface runoff shakl include round solid locking lids; except rectangular solid locking lids shall be used where indicated on the plans or directed by the Engineer. Catch basins shall include conversion risers per plan detail to accommodate round lids where ' indicated in the plans or directed by the Engineer. All structures, new or existing, located within the proposed wheel path shall utilize heavy duty round solid locking lids. ' ' C 1 � � �� II ' A solid locking manhole cover and associated frame shall be installed on rnanholes and catch basins where they will not accept concentrated runoff and are not located in the wheel path of a traveled lane. (Reference City of Federal Way Standard Drawings No. 4-12 for solid cover and 4-13 for standard fram2.). 7-05.3(y) Adjusting Manholes Valve Boxes and Catch Basins to Grade (Special Provision) Section 7-05.3(1) is supplemented with #he following: �******� Manholes, valve boxes, catch 'basins, and other structures shall not be adjusted to final grade until the adjacent pavement is compieted, at which time t�he center of each structure shall be carefully reloca#ed from references previously established by the Contractor. The asphalt concre#e pavement shall be removed to a neat circular shape for manholes and catch basira conversion risers and a neat rectangular shape for type 1 catch basins. The edge of the cut shall be 1 foot from the outside edge of the cast iron frame of the structure. The base materials and erushed rock shall be removed. The manhole and catch basin frames shall be irfted and reset to the final grade, plumb to the roadway, and shall remain operational and accessible. Commercial class concrete shall be placed in the entire void up to within, but not to exceed, 3 inches of the finiShed pavement surface. The Contractor shall adjust the manholes and catch basins with pre-cast grade r.ings and mortar, or tapered or non-tapered Infra-RiserO rubber adjustment rings as manufactured by ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School �age 74 FtF6 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS East Jordan ironworks or approved equal, with a maximum 2-inch thickness, as required. Metal adjustment rings shall not be used. If more than three grade rings are required to adjust a manhole to fiinal grade, including existing grade rings, the Contractor shall remove the existing cone section, install a pre-cast manhole section of sufficient height to limit the number of grade rings to a maximum of three, and reins#all the cone section prior to paving operations. Cover and grate frames shall be securely grouted to the structure. Where existing structures are located within the wheel path of a proposed travel lane, catch basins adjusted to grade shall also include conversion risers and heavy duty locking covers per Section 7-05.3(9). A minimum of twenty-four hours af#er placement of the concrete or as directed by the Engineer, the edges of the removed asphalt pavement, the concrete surface, and the outer edge of the reset frame shall be painted with asphalt for tack coat. Hot Mix Asphalt top course shall then be placed and properly compacted to finished grade: The Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) top course shall meet the requiremen#s of Section 5-04 of the Standard; Specifications. The joint between the patch and existing pavement shall then be painted with-asphalt for tack coat and immediately covered with dry paving sand before the asphalt for tack �oat solidifies. See section 7-05.3 of these special provisions for ring & cover and frame & grate requirements as applicable to both existing and proposed structures. 7-05.3(3) Connections #o Existing Manholes (Special Provision) Section 7-05.3(3) is supplemented with the following: � xx***� The requirernents of this section shall also apply to connections to existing catch basins 7-05.3(5) Connection to Existing Pipe (Special Provision) Section 7-05.3(11) is added: �***�**� The contractor shatl connect (or reconnect) existing pipes to the new manholes or catch basins without obstructing flow from upstream locations. All costs associated with this work shall be included in the unit contract prices for the related items of work, where the related items of work are defined as the closest drainage item for which a pay item is provided. 7-05.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 7-05.4 is supplemented with the following: � *.�**,� "Catch Basin Type 1", wilf be measured per each. "Adjust Catch Basin", will be measured per each. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 75 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ❑ r � ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS "Vaned Grate for Existing Catch Basin" will be measured per each. 7-05.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 7-05.5 is supplemented with the following: �******� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposal: "Ca#ch Basin Type 1" per each. , .-, I �� C ' � � � ' ' The unit contrac# price per each for all bid items above shafl be full pay for furnishing all labor, tools, equipment, and materials necessary to complete each unit according to the Plans and Specifications. This includes all pavement removal and disposal, structure excavation class B, dewatering (if required), temporary flow bypass, connections to existir�g and new pipe, foundation material, bedding, backfill, compaction, surface restoration, testing, and furnishing and placing of all accessories, temporary patching hot mix to allow for the passage of traffic, and other items as applicable. Frames and grates shall also be considered included in the catch basin bid items to which they apply. "Adjust Catch Basin", per each. The unit contract price for "Adjust Catch Basin", per each, applies to atl existing storm dra�nage catch basins, valves and manholes and includes all labor, tools, equipment, and materials necessary to adjust drainage structures to finished grade, #emporary patching hot mix to allow for the passage of traffic, restoration of the area around the adjusted structure, and providing new rings and covers or frames and grates. Rings and covers (whether standard duty or heavy duty as called for on the profile drawings) as weA as frames and grates, grade r.ings and adjustment risers (concrete or Infra-Riser) shall be considered incidenta! to #his bid item and will not be measured for separate payment. Conversion risers, where necessary for installation of round solid locking lids on exisfiing type 1 structures as noted on the plans, shall be measured and paid for separately under the "Conversion Riser" pay item. " Vaned Gra#e for Existing Catch Basin", per each. The unit contract price per each for " Vaned Grate for Existing Catch Basin", applies to the installation of removal of existing castings and replacement with a new frame and vaned grate on exisfing catch basins per the City of Federal Way standard details. No payment will be made for installation of vaned grates on new concrete inlets or catch basins, which is included in the unit price per each for the inlet or catch basin. 7-06 STORMWATER FACILITIES (Special Provision) Secfiion 7-06 is a new Section: �***,�**� City of Federal Way , Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 76 RFB 12-102 June 20�2 u SPECIAL PROVISIONS 7-06.1 Description The, work shall mclude the grading and insta!lation of the Bioretention Planter and Drainage outfall from the existing parking lot as shown on the Rlans and described herein. 7-06.3 Construction Requirements 7-06.3(1) Bioretention Planter The Bioretention Planter shall be constructed at the location shown on the Plans and per the de#ails on the Plans. The Contractor shall stake the the top and bottom lines on tMe infiltration planter prior to grading. The Engineer shall approve the staking before #he Contractor begins grading. Contractor shall install piping and catch basin and allow for depth of topsoil in the Bioretention Planter as required on the Plans. Prior to installing gravel, planter subgrade shall be scarified to a dep#h of 6". ' ' ' ❑ ' , Bioretention Planter shall be excavated to final depth and configuration using equipment operating outside of the Bioretention Planter footprint. The Engineer shall appr.ove excavation ' depth within 24 inch Gravet Backfill for Drains zone, shown on plans, to verify that Till Soil layer 'has been removed. 7-06.3(2) Drainage Outfall The Drainage Outfall shall be constructed at the location shown on the Plans and per the details on the Plans. The outfall shall include all necessary excavation, construction Geotextile, and riprap protection indicated on the Plans 7-06.4 Measurement Bioretention Planter will not be rneasured for payment. Plantings and Biore#ention Soil Mix shall be rneasured and paid #or separately and included in the unit contract price of "Bioretention Soil Mix" and applicable planting iterns contained in fihe proposal. All other items required to provide a complete planter as shown on the Plans will be considered included in the lump sum for Bioretention Planter. Drainage Outfall will not be measured fior payment. 7-06.5 Payment Payment shall be made #or the following bid item(s): "Bioretention Planter", lump sum. The lump sum bid price for "Bioretention Planter" including ali required excavation, compaction, underdrain piping, cleanout, cdi trench dam, cedar marker post, gravel backfill for drains, providing the beehive casting on the new catch basin and all other incidental work, shall be full compensation for a complete and operable Bioretention planter as depicted on the Plans and specified herein. "Drainage Outfall", lump sum. The lum-p sum bid price for "Drainage Outfall" including all required excavation, compaction, quarry spall protection, curb-cut and concrete pad, and all other incidental work, shall be full City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 77 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS ' � � ll compensation for a complete and drainage outfall as depicted on the Plans and specified herein. 7-08 GENERAL PIPE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS 7-08.3 Construction Requirements (Special Provision) Section 7-08.3 is supplemented with the following: �****,�*� , The Contractor may encounter groundwater in trench excavation depending on trench depth. The Contrac#or shall not dewater the excavation with wells or well points but sha�l keep the excavated trench free of water during pipe installation. This may be done with sheet piling and pumping within the excavation or otMer methods approved by the Engineer. The Contractor shall assess the situation and develop a paan to accommodate construction in groundwater. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for this groundwater/trench excavation control pian. All costs related to trench dewateri�g shall be included in the related items of work. 7-08.3(3) Backfilling (Special Provision) Section 7-08.3(3) is supplemented with the following: �*,�**.*� Initial backfilling Backfill shall be overloading. shall be pertormed only after inspection and approval of the installed pipe. accomplished in such a manner that the pipe is no# damaged by impact or All backfill for pipe trenches shall be mechanical:ly compacted by a power operated mechanical ' tamper(s) as specified in Sections 7-08:3(3) of the Standard Specifications or other mechanical compaction device approved by the Engineer. � L_ 1 ' � � � J If there is an excess of acceptable backfill material obtained from trench excavation at one location on the project, it shall be used at other locations on the project as directed by the Engineer. Native backfill stockpiles sha11 be protected to prevent excessive wetting. The cost of transporting the excess backfifl material shall be considered incidental to ihe ,pipe or structure backfilled. � 7-08.4 Measurement Shoring or Extra Excavtion Class B will be measured as specified in Section 2-09.4. 7-08.5 Payment Payment shall be made for the following bid item(s): "Shoring or Extra Excavation Class B", per square foot. ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 78 RfB 12-102 June 2012 r-, ��� SPECIAL PROVISIONS 7-12 VALVES FOR WATER MAINS 7-12.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 7-12.4 is supplemented with the following: �******� "Adjust water valve to grade" will be measured per each. 7-12.5 Payment (Specia! Provision) Section 7-12.5 is supplemented with the following: �******� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposal: "Adjust Water Valve to Grade", per each. The unit cost shall be full compensation for all labor, equipment, tools, and labor required or incidental to adjust the water valves to grade on the water main, including trenching, jointing, blocking of valve, painting, disinfecting, hydrostatic testing as needed and as shown on the P'lans. END OF DIVISION 7 City of FederallNay Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 79 RFB 12-102 , June 2012 � ' PROVISIONS SPECIAL �J DIVISION 8 MISCELLANEOUS CONSTRUCTION 8-Oy EROSION CONTROL AND WATER POLLUTION CONTROL 8-01.3(1) General (April 3, 2006 WSDOT GSP) Section 8-01.3(1)A is supplemented with the foflowing: Submittals Prior to beganning any concrete or grinding work, the Contractor shall submit a plan, for the Engineer's review and approval, outlining the procedures to be used to prevent high pH stormwater or dewatering wa#er from entering surface waters. The plan shall include how the pH of the water will be maintained between pH 6.5 and pH 8.5 prior to being discharged from the project or entering surface waters. &01.3(2) Seeding, Fertilizing, and Mulching &01.3{2)B Seeding and Fertilizing (January 3, 2006 WSDOT GSP) Section 8-41.3(2)B is supplemen#ed with the following: Grass seed, of the following composition, proportion, and quality shall be appiied at the rate of 120 pounds per acre on all areas requiring roadside seeding within the project: Kind and Variety of Seed in Mixture Dwarf #all fescue Dwarf perennial rye (Barclay) Redfescue Colonial Bentgrasss Weed Seed Inert and Other Crop 8-01.3(2)B Seeding and Fertilizing (January 3, 2006 WSDOT GSP) % By Minimum % M:inimum % Weight Pure Seed Germination 45 30 20 5 Section 8-01.3(2)B is supplemented with the following: 98 90 98 90 98 90 98 90 0% 5% (max) Sufficient quantities of fertilizer shall be applied to supply the following amounts of nutrients: Total Nitrogen as N- 80 pownds per acre. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 80 RFB 12-102 June 2012 SPECIALPROVISiONS Available Phosphoric Acid as P - 20 pounds per acre. Soluble Potash as K - 40 pounds per acre. 50 pounds of nitrogen applied per acre shall be derived from isobutylidene diurea (IBDU), cyclo-di-urea (CDU), or a time release, polyurethane coated source with a minimum release time of 6 months. The remainder may be derived #rom any source. The fertilizer formulation and application rate shall be approved by the Engineer before use. 8-01.3(2)D Mulching (January 3, 2006 WSDOT GSP) Section 8-01.3(2)D Mulching is supplemented with the folfowing: Hydroseed mulch shall be applied at a rate of 2000 pownds per acre. 8-01.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 8-01.4 is supplemented with the following: �******� No separate measurement for TESC Plan, ESC Lead, weekly manitoring or daily monitoring if needed will be made. 8-01.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 8-01.5 is supplemented writh the following: {*****�� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposaL• "Erosion/Water Pollution Control", estimate "Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control Plan", lump surn The iump sum contract price for the `Temporary Erosion and Sediment Control Plan" shall be full pay for all costs associated with complying with the the Standard Specifications and these Special Provisions; including creating, submitting, modifying and maintaining the TESC Plan; ESC Lead, design and submittal of erosion and sediment control BMPs including providing, maintaining on site the standby equipment and materials necessary; providing all stormwater monitoring and reporting, and o#her specified requirements. "Plastic Covering", per square yard. "Inlet Protection", per each. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Rage S 1 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 '� SPECIAL PROVISIONS "Silt Fence", per linear foot. "VNattle", per linear foot. (April 3, 2006 WSDOT GSP) Payment Section 8-01.5 is supplemented with fhe following: All costs associated with the treatment ot pH in high pH stormwater or dewatering water shali be included in the applicable concrete, grinding or sawcutting iterns of work. 8-02 ROADSiDE RESTORATION 8-02.1 Descripfion (Special Provision) The first paragraph of Section 8-02.1 is revised to read: �*****«� This work shall consist of furnishing and placing topsoil, furnishing and planting shrubs, bioretention planter grasses, and seeded lawn, accordance with these Specifications and as shown in the Plans or as directed by the Engineer. 8-02.2 Materials (Special Provision) �******� Topsoil Type A 9-14.1(1) (as modified by these special provisions) Bioretention Planter Topsoil 9-14.1(5) per these special provisions 8-02.3 Construction Requirements 8-02.3(1) Responsibility During Construction (Special Provision) Section 8-02.3(� ) is supplemented with the following: �***�**� Landscape construction is anticipated #o begin a#ter all curbs, sidewalks, walls, and associated roadside work is completed. Landscape materials shall not be installed until weather permits and installation has been authorized by the Engineer. If water restrictions are anticipated or in force, planting of landscape materials may be delayed. Throughout planting operations, the Contractor shall keep the premises clean, free of excess soils, plants, and o#her materials, including refuse and debris, resulting from the Contractor's work. At the end of each work day, and as each planting area is completed, it sha91 be neatly dressed, and all surrounding walks and paved areas shall be cleaned to the satisfaction of the Engineer. No flushing will be allowed. At the conclusion of work, the Contractor shall remove City of Federal Way ' Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routas To School Page $2 RFB 12-�02 June 2012 �� �I� SPECIAL PROVISIONS surplus soils, materials, and debris from fhe construction site and shall leave the project in a condition acceptable to the Engineer. 8-02.3{3) Roadside Work Plan (Special Provision) Section 8-02.3(2) is supplemented with the following: �***,�**� The Roadside Work Plan shall be submitted to the Engineer one week prior to initiating proposed work. The use of chemical herbicides shall be considered on a case-by-case basis. The contractor must submit, as part of the Work Plan, the in#ent to use chemical herbicides to the Engineer far approval prior to use. 8-02.3(4) Topsoil (Special Provision) Section 8-02.3(4) is supplemented with the following: � �*�**,� The Contractor shatl provide Topsoil Type A and Rain Garden Amended Topsoil. Topsoil Type A shall conform to Section 9-14.1(1) of these Special Provisions, Bioretention Soil shall conform to Section 9-14.1(5) of these Special Provisions, and shall be supplied by a Contractor's supplied source, and as approved by the Engineer. 8-02.3(5) Planting Area Preparation (Special Provision) Section 8-02.3(5) is supplernented with the following: ��*****� Upon approval of subgrades by the Engineer, Topsoil Type A shall 'be placed to a compacted depth of four (4) inches in seeded lawn areas. Lightly compact soil and establish a smooth and uniform finished grade that protects against obstruction to surface drainage and pondhng. Materials shall be placed so that after settlement of finished grades the top of the soil Ievel will be even and one-quarter (�/a) to one-half ( inch below the top of sidewatks in lawn areas. For planting areas that become compacted due to construction use, such as staging areas and access roads, the Contractor shall loosen and cultivate to a minimum depth of twelve (12) inches prior to planting operations. No cuttivation shall occur in areas within the drip line. of existing vegetation scheduled #o remain. Landscape areas shall be brought to a uniform finished grade with the root zone f}ush with the top of curbs and sidewafks in lawn areas. Topsoil shall not be placed until the Engineer has approved the planting area subgrade. Clty of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 83 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS 8-02.3(10) Fertilizers (Specia! Provision) Section 8-02.3(10) is supplemented with the following: � **.*,�,� Fertilizer shall be a s#andard commercial grade of organic or inorganic fertilizer as speci#ied herein. All fertilizers shatl be furnished in standard unopened containers with weight, name of plant nu#rients and manufacturer's guaranteed statement of analysis clearly marked, in accordance with State and Federal'law. Shrubs shatl be fertilized at a rate according to manufacturer's recommendations. Fertitizer tablets shall be slow release (20-10-15 NPK) Agriform or equal. The Contractor shall use one (1) 10 gram tablet per shrub or groundcover. 8-02.3(17) Property Restoration (Special Provision) Section 8-02.3(17) is a new section: �******� • Roadside Planting for property restoration will consist of fine grading adjacen# landscaped areas when and where directed by the Engineer. All materials shall conform to the applicable portions of Sections 9-14 Erosion Control and Roadside Plantina. All materials shall conform to Sections 9-14 Erosion Control and Roadside Plantins� of the Standard Specifications. Areas subject to Properly Restoration are #hose beyond the restoration limits shown on the Plans and approved by the Engineer. Damage caused by the Gontractor's operations beyond the restoration limits shall be restored at the Contractor's sole expense and will not be eligible for payment under the "Property Restoration" item. "Property Restoration" shall be measured and paid by fiorce account per the provisions of 1- 09.6 of the Standard Specifications. ' � I , ;� ' &02.4 Measurement (Special Provision) This section is supplemented with the following: �*,�****� Irrigation water used to establish vegetation wil�1 be considered incFuded in the cost of plants. Bioretention Soil Mix shall be measured by cubic yard in the haul conveyance at point of de�livery. ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School 3afe Routes To School Page 84 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS 8-02.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 8-02.5 is supplemented with the following: �***«,�,�� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposal: "Topsoil Type A", per cubic yard "Bioretention Soil Mix", per cubic yard. "Cornus stolonifera'Farrow'/ Arctic Fire Dogwood, 2 Gal. Cont.", per each. "Carex deweyana/ Dewey's Sedge, 1 Gal. Cont." per each. "Juncus patens/ Common Rush, 1 Gal. Cont." per each. "Seeded Lawn Instal�ation", per square yard "Property Restoration", force account. 8-04 CURBS, GUTTERS, AND SPILLWAYS 8-04.1 Description (Special Provision) Section 8-04.1 is supplernented with the following: �******� This work shaN also consist of constructing cement concrete curbs and retaining walls i�ntegral with the sidewalk in accordance with these Specifications and in 'con#ormity with the dimensions and cross-sections shown in the Plans and to the fines and grades as staked. 8-04.3 Construction Requirements (Special Provision) Section 8-04.3 is supplemented with the following: ��«****� The sub-base for curb and gutter sections shall be cornpacted to 95 percent density at or below optimum mois#ure content, as per Section 2-03.3(14)D revised, before placing the curb and gutter. White-pigmented curing compounds will not be allowed. The top of the finished concrete shall not deviate more than one-eighth (1/8") in ten feet (10') or the alignment one-fiourth (1/4") in ten feet (10'). City of Federal Way Mark i'wain Elementary School Safe Routes'fo School Page 85 RF8 12-102 , June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Where shown on the Plans, the concrete curb will be ramped #or wheel chairs as shown in the City Standard Plan Details. Where shawn on the plans, the Contractor shali paint the curbs with 2-coats of yellow paint. Paint and application shall conform to the Standard Specifications for traffic paint striping. 8-04.3(3) Painting of Curbs (Special Provision) Section 8-04.3(3) is supplemented with the following: �******� When shown on the plans, concrete curbing shall be painted with two full coats of Paint formula No. H-2-83 or H-3-83 as shown on the plans or directed by the Engineer. The paint can be applied by brush or spray. 8-04.4 Measurement (Speeial Provision) Section 8-04.4 is supplemented with the following: �******� All curbs and curb and gutter wiN be measured by the linear foot along the line and slope of the completed curb and gutter: Painting of curbs will not be measured and is considered included in the unit price of #he type af curb. 8-04.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 8-04.5 is supplemented with the following: �******� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for fhe following bid +tems when included in the proposal: "Cement Cona Curb and Gutter", per linear foot. "Mou:ntable Cement Conc. Curb", per linear foot. "Cement Conc. Pedestrian Curb", per linear foot. 8-12 CHAIN LINK FENCE AND WIRE FENCE 8-i 2.2 Materials (Special Provision) Section 8-12.2 is supplemented with the #ollowing: �*,�****� City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To Schoot RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 86 SPECIAL PROVISIONS Coated Chain Link Fence Chain link #ence fabric shall be hot-dip galvanized with a minimum of 0.8 ounce per square foot of surface area. Fencing materials shall be coated with an ultraviole#-insensitive plastic or ofher inert material at least 2 mils in #hickness. Any pretreatment or coating shall be applied in accordance with the manufacturer's written instructions. The Contractor shall provide the Engineer with the manufacturer's written specifications detailing the product and method of fabrication. The color shall match Federal Standard 595 color number 37038 (black), or be as approved by the Engineer. 8-12.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 8-12.4 is supplemented with the following: �******� "Black Vinyl Coated Chain Link Fence Type 6" shall be measured for payment once, upon furnishing and installation. No additional payment shall be made when fencing is removed and reinstalled at the beginning or end of the workday or as necessary to construct other improvements. ' 8-12.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 8-12.5 is supplemented with the following: � ***,�*,� Payment will be rnade in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposaL• "Black Vinyl Coated Chain Link Fence Type 6", per linear foot. Included in fhe unit costs above shatl be all materials, equipment, tools, labor, hardware, miscellaneous and incidental work to install fully func#ional fence. 8-14 CEMENT CONCRETE SIDEWALKS &i4.3 Construction Requirements (Special Provision) Section 8-14.3 is revised to read: The concrete in the sidewalks, watkways and curb ramps shal be air entrained concrete Class 3000 in accordance with the requirements of Section 6-02. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 87 RFB 12-102 ' Juna 2012 , ❑ SPECIAL PROVISIONS ' 8-14.4 Measurement (Special Provision) Section 8-12.4 .is supplemented with the fo'llowing: �*****«� Cement Concrete walkways will be measured by the square yard of finished surface. "De#ectable Warning Surface" will be measured per square foot installed. Oniy detectable warning surface installed separately from curb ramps will be measured. Detectable warning surface installed in conjunction with curb. ramps will not be measured for separate payment. The uni# cost shall be full compensation for all labor, equipment, tools, and labor required or incidental to furnish and install trunca#ed domes as shown on the Plans. 8-14.5 Payment (Special Provision) Section 8-14.5 is supplemented with the following: �******� Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposal: "Cement Conc. Sidewalk�, per square yard "Cement Conc. Waikway", per square yard "Cement Cona Curb Ramp Type Perpendicular A", per each "Cement Conc. Curb Ramp Type Parallel A", per each "Cement Conc. Curb Ramp Type 'Parallel B", per each "Cement Conc. Curb Ramp Type 1", per each "Cement Conc. Curb Ramp Type 2", per each "Detectable Warning Surface", per square foot. SECTION 8-20, ILLUMINATlON, TRAFFIC SIGNAL SYSTEAIIS, AND ELECTRICAL 8-20.1 Description Section 5-20.1 is replaced with the following: Work includes furnishing and installing all materials necessary to provide: 1. A fully functional school crossing Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB) signal system at the intersection of South Star Lake Road & 25`" Drive South. 2. A fully functionai school zone flashing beacon signal system on 25"' Drive South south of South S#ar Lake Road. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 88 SPEGIAL PROVISIONS A!I work shali be performed as shown in the Plans in accordance with applicable Standard Specifications and Standard Plans included herein and the following Special Provisions. Work shall include the supply, testing, and installation of all #raffic signal hardware including the interface system, and when specified, the modification of such an existing system. The work involves, but shall not be limited to, #he follow:ing: 1. Cabinets and bases 2. Signal poles 3. Junction boxes 4. Conduit and wire Work shall include the supply, testing and installation of all fraffic signal hardware including the cornmunication cable and intertace system, and when specified, the modification of such an existing system. The work shall also include removing the existing traffic signal system and portions of the existing illumination systems. The existing traffic signal system shall be kept in full operation during construction until the new system is in place and ready for turn-on. 8-20.1(1) Regulations and Code The first and second sentences of the first paragraph are deleted and replaced with the following: AII electr.ical equipment shall conform to the standards of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Radio Manu#acturers Association. Traffic signal control equipment shall con#orm to the Contract and these Standard Specifications: EIA Electronics Inctustries Alliance, lnstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC), the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA), whichever is applicable, and to other codes listed herein. Section 8-20.1(1) is supplemented with the following: Where appli�able, materials shall con#orm to the latest requirements of the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries and Puget Sound Energy. &20.1(2) Industry Codes and Standards The following is added at the end of the first paragraph of this section: Nafiional Electrical Safe#y Code (NESC), Secretary NESC, NESC Committee, IEEE Post Office Box 1331445 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08855-1331. 8-20.2 Materials Section 8-20.2 is supp'lemented with the fallowing: Control density fill shall meet the requirements of Washington Aggregates and Concrete Association. Ci3y of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Rowtes To School RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 Page 89 , � � � LJ ' LJ ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Crushed surfacing top course and crushed surfacing base course shall meet the requirements of Section 9-03.9(3) of the Standard Specifications. Bedding material shall consist of 5/8-inch minus crushed rock free of any deleterious substances (Section 9-03.1(5)A of the Standard Specifications). Requirements for signal equipment and materials are contained in Section 9-29 of the Standard Specifications and Section 9-29 of these Specifications. 8-20.2(1) Equipment L1st And Drawings Section 8-20.2 is supplemented with the following: The fiirst paragraph is deleted and replaced with the follov�ring: Within one (1) week following the pre-construction conference, the Contractor shall submit to the Engineer a completed "Request for Approval of Materials" that describes the material proposed for use to fulfilf the Plans and Specifications. Manufacturer's technical information sha'II be submitted for signal, electrical and luminaire equipment, all wire, conduit, junction boxes, and all other items to be used on the project. Approvals by the Engineer must be received before material will be allowed on the job site. Materials not approved will not be permitted on the job site. 8-20.3 Construction Requirements 8-20.3(1) General Section 8-20.3(1) is supplemented with the following: Contractor Owned Removals , All rernovals associated with an electrical system, which are not designated to remain the property of the Contracting Agency, shatl become the property of the Contractor and shall be removed from the project. � � �� , The Contractor shati: 1. Remove all wires for discon#inued circuits from the conduit system or as directed by the Engineer. 2. Remove elbow sections of abandoned conduit entering junction boxes or as directed by the Engineer. 3. Abandoned conduit encountered during excavation shall be removed to the nearest outlets or as directed by the Engineer. 4. Remove foundations entirely, unless the Plans state otherwise. 5. Backfill voids created by removal of foundations and junction boxes. Backfilling and compaction shall be performed in accordance with Section 2-19 09.3(1)E. Signal Display Installation ' S,ignal displays shall be installed no more than 30 days prior to scheduled signal turn on or changeover. Signal displays and reftectorized backplates when installed prior to signal turn-on or changeover shall be covered and not visible to vehicular traffic at any time. , u (NWR May 15, 2000) City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Paye 90 RFS A2-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Energized Equipment Work shall be coordinated so that electrical equipment, with the exception of the senrice cabinet, is energized within 72 hours of installation. (NWR June 20, 1995) Pole Removal Poles designated for removal shal:l not be removed prior to approval of the Engineer. (NW R October 31, 2005) Construction Core Installation The Contractor shall coordinate installation of construc#ion cores with Contracting Agency maintenance staff through the Engineer. The Contractor shaFl provide written notice to the Engineer, a minimum of seven working days in advance of proposed installation. The Contractor shall advise the Engineer in writing when construcfion cores are ready to be rPmnvpri (NWR May 15, 2000) Electrical Equipment Removals Removals associated with the electrical system shall not be stockpiled within the job site without the Engineer's approval. &20.3(2) Excavating and Backfilling Section 8-20.3(2) is supplemented with the following: The Contractor shall supply all trenching necessary #or the complete and proper installation of the rectangular rapid flashing beacon (RRFB) system and school zone flashing beacon system. Trenching shall conform to the fol:lowing: 1. In paved areas, edges of the trench shall be sawcut the full depth of the pavement and sawcuts shall be parallel. All trenches for placement of conduit shall be straight and as narrow in width as practical to provide a minimum of pavement disturbance. The existing pavement shall be removed in an approved manner. The trench bottom shall be graded to provide a un'rform grade. 2. Trenches located under existing traveled ways shall provide a minimum of 24 inches cover over conduits and shall be backfilled with 21 inches o# controlled density fill, vibrated in place, followed by either 3 inches minimum of HMA CI 1/2" PG 58 -22 , or a surface matching the exisfiing pavement section, whichever is greatest. The asphalt concr.ete surface cuts shall be given a tack coat of asphalt emulsion (CSS-1) or approved equal immediately before resurfacing, applied to the entire edge and full depth of the pavement cut. Immediately after compacting fhe new asphalt surface to conform to the adjacent paved surface, all joints befinreen new and originaF pavement shall be filied with joint sealant meeting the requirements of Section 9-042. 3. Trenches for Schedule 40 PVC conduits to be located under existing sidewalks and driveways shall be installed to conform with the Ciry of Federal Way Luminaire Electrical Trench Detail. Such trenches shall be backfiHed with bedding material two inches (2'7 above and below the conduit, with the remaining depth of trench backfilled with native material. If the Engineer determines fha# the native material is unsuitable, Gravel Borrow shall be used. Sidewalks and driveways shall be removed and replaced as specified. 4. Trenches for Schedule 40 PVC conduits to be located within the right-of-way and outside the #raveled way shall have a minimum of twenty-four inches (24'� cover over conduits. Such trenches shall be backfilled with bedding material two inches (2'� above and below City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To Schoal Page 91 RFB d2-102 ' June 2012 � I ' , � � ' ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS the conduit, with the remaining depth of trench backfilled with bank run gravel unless the Engineer determines that spoils from #he trench excavation are suitable for'backfill. 5. When trenches are not to be placed under sidewalks or driveways, the backfill shall match the elevation of the surrounding ground, including a matching depth of #op soil, mulch and/or sod if necessary to restore #he trench area to its pnior condition. 6. Contractor shall use joint trench where possible. Backfill shall be carefully placed so that the backfilling operation witl not disturb the conduit in any way. The backfill shall be #horoughly mechanically tamped in eight-inch (8") layers with � each layer compacted to ninety-five percent (95%) of maximum density in traveled ways, and ninety percent (90°/a) of maximum density elsewhere at optimum soil moisture.content. Bank run gravel for back#ill shall conform to Section 2.01 of the Standard Specifications. Bedding material shall conform to Section 2.01 of the Standard Specifications. At:l trenches shall be properly signed and/or barricaded to prevent injury to the public. Afl traffic ' eontrol devices to be installed or maintained in accordance with Part VI of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, latest edition, and as specified elsewhere in these Specifications. . ' � ' ' � ' , ' ' ' 8-20.3{4) Foundations Section 8-20.3(4) is supplemented with the following: The foundation for the service cabinets shall conform to the detarl on the Plans. Conduits shall be centered horizontally except service conduit, which shall be placed at the side of the power panel. Pole fowndations within the sidewalk area shall be constructed in a single pour to the bottom of the cement concrete sidewalk. The sidewalk shall be constructed in a separate pour. Pole foundations not wifihin fhe sidewalk area shall incorporate a 3-foot by 3-foot by 4-inch-thick cement concrete pad set flush with the adjacent ground. Where the pad abuts a sidewa�k, tMe pad shatl extend to the sidewalk and the top of the pad shall be flush with fhe sidewalk. A construction joint shall be provided befinreen the two units. 8-20.3(5) Conduit Section 8-20.3(5) is supplemented with the following: All conduits for signal cable, illumination circuits, and interconnect systems under roadways and driveways shall be rigid galvanized steel or Schedule 80 polyvinyl chloride (PVC�. Schedule 40 PVC may be used when not under the roadway or driveways. All conduits shall have a minimum buried depth of twenty-four inches (24'�. PVC conduct ends shall have bell end•PVC bushings. All condui#s for signal cable raceways under roadways or driveways shall be rigid galvanized steel or Schedule 80 polyvinyl chloride (PVC). Rigid steel or Schedule 80 PVC conduit shail be used #or all road crossings whether they are signal, detector or illumination cable. Schedule 40 PVC conduits may be used for detector lead-ins or illumination. Whenever PVC conduit is used a ground wire shall be provided. ' Ciry of Federal Way Mark Twain Eleinentary School Safe Routes To School Page 92 RFB 12-102 June 2U12 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS All conduit trenches shall be straight and as narrow in width as is practical to provide a minimum of pavemen# disturbance. When conduit risers are installed, they shall be attached to the pole every 4 feet and shali be equipped with weather heads. Conduit for the service wires between the Puget Sound Energy pole and the service panel and all above ground conduit shall be hot-dip galvanized rigid steel. AII conduits shall be clearly labeled at each junction box, handhole, vault or other utility appurtenance. Labeling shall be permanent and shall consist of the owner/type name and a unique conduit number or color. The owner name shall be approved by the Engineer prior to starting work. The recommended owner/type abbreviations are: PSE — Puget Sound Energy QW EST — Qwest COMCAST(AT&1�/C — Cable COMCAST(AT&T)/F — Fiber SIC — City Signal Interconnect City Spare — City spares Cobra — COBRA luminaire system The traffic signal interconnect along between shall be placed, where ever feasible, in the join# utiliry trench being constructed under this contract. This work shall be coordinated with the other utilities to ensure a 2" conduit is provided solely for the traffic signal interconnect (NWR August 10, 2009) Conduit Seal, Detectable Tape and Location Wire Upon insta�llation of wiring, all conduits entering pad moun#ed cabinets, afl conduit entering ITS hubs, and all ITS conduit 2 inches in diameter or larger shall be sealed with an approved mechanical plug at both ends of the conduit run. Installation of inechanical plugs shall confarm to the manufacturer's recommendations. Upon installation of wiring at other locations, conduit shall be sealed with duct seal. Upon installation of the pull string, spare conduit shaA be plugged. A pull string rated for 200 Ibs. or greater shall be installed in all spare conduits. Detectable underground warning tape shall be placed 12-inches above all innerduct installed in #renches. Location 14 AWG stranded orange USE insulated wire shall be placed in conjur�ction with all innerduct installed in trenches. The location wire shall be placed directly above the conduit containing innerduct in single conduit installations or between the conduits containing innerduct in multiple conduit installations. . Location wire routed into pull boxes or cable vaults shall be attached to the "C" channel or the cover hinge bracket with stainless steel bolts and straps. A 1-foot loop of locate wire shall be provided above the channel as shown in the Plans. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 93 RFB 12-iQ2 ' June 2012 ' ' � _J ' � , ' ' , SPECIAL PROVISIONS 8-20.3(6) Junction Boxes, Cabie Vaults, and Pult Boxes Section 8-20.3(6� is suppiemented with the following: Unless otherwise noted in the Plans or approved by the Engineer, junction boxes, cable vaults and pull boxes shall not be placed within the traveled way or shoulders. All junction boxes, cable vaults, and pull boxes placed within the traveled way or paved shoulders shall 'be heavy-duty. Junction boxes shall not be located within the traveled way, wheelchair ramps, or driveways, or interFere with any other previous or relocated installation. The lid of the junction box shall be flush with the surrounding area and be adequately supported by abutting pavements or soils. Junction baxes, cable vaults and pull boxes which are placed within the sidewalk shall :have slip resistant lids which meet the requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Public Right-of-Way Accessibility Guideline (PROWAG). Approved products are: 1.) Mebacl (their most aggressive surface) manufaetured by IKG Industries 2.) SIipNOT Grade 3-coarse manufactured by W.S. Molnar Company. Approved slip resistant surfaces shall have coefficient of friction of no less than 0.6 and have a proven track record of outdoor application which lasts for at least 10 years. Wiring shall not be pulled ' adjusted to, or instaHed in, maintai.n system operation. allow for future adjustment. � � into any conduit until all associated junction boxes have been their final grade and iocation, unless installation is necessary to If wire is installed for this reason, sufficient slack shall be left to Adjustments involving raising or lowering the junction boxes shall �require conduit modification if the resultant clearance between top of conduit and the junction box lid becomes iess than 6 inches or more than 10 inches. Wiring shall be replaced for full length if sufficien# slack as specified in Section 8-20.3(8) is not maintained. No splicing will be permitted. Junction boxes Type 1 and 2 shall meet the requirements of WSDOT Standard Plan J-40.10- ' 01. Type 8 junction boxes shall meet the requirements of WSDOT Standard Plan J-40.30-Q1. Junction boxes shall be inscribed based upon system per WSDOT Standard Plan J-40.30.01. Junction box lids and frames shall be grounded per Section 8-20.3(9). ' J u ' ' Junction boxes shall be located at the station and offset indicated on the Plans except that field adjustments may be made at the time of construction by the Engineer to better fit existing field conditions. Junction boxes for copper and/or fiber signal interconnect shall be placed a# a maximum interval of 300 feet and shalt be inscribed wi#h "TS" as described on WSDOT Standard Plan J- 40.30-01. Heavy-duty Type 4, 5 and 6 junction boxes, cable vaults and pull boxes shall be installed in accordance with the following: 1. Excavation and back#ill shall be in accordance with Section 2-09. Excavation for )unction boxes, cable vaults and pull boxes shall be sufficient to leave one foot in the clear be#ween their outer surface and the earth bank. , City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary 5chool Safe Routes To School Page 94 RF$ 12-1U2 June 2012 J SPECIAL PROVISIONS 2. Junction boxes, cable vaults and pull boxes shall be installed on a level 6-inch layer of crushed surfacing top course, in accordance with 9-03.9(3), placed on a compacted or wndisturbed foundation. The crushed surfacing shall be compacted in accordance with Section 2-09.3(1)E. 3. A#ter installation, the lid/cover shall be kept bolted down during ,periods when work is not actively in progress at the junction box, cable vault or pull box. 4. Before closing the lid/cover, the lid/cover and the frame/ring shall be thoroughly brushed and cleaned of all debris. There shall be absolutely no visible dirt, sand or other foreign matte:r between the bearing surfaces. 5. When the lid/cover is closed for the final time, a liberal coating of anti37 seize compound shall be applied to the bolts and nuts and the lid shall be securely tightened. 6: Hinges on the Type 4, 5 and 6 junction boxes shall be located on the side of #he box, which is nearest to adjacent shoulder. Hinges shall allow the lid to open 180 degrees. Fiber vaults shall be installed in accordance with the following: 1. All openings around conduits shall be sealed and filled with grout to prevent water and debris from entering the vaults or pull boxes. The grout sha�l meet the specifications of the fiber vault manufacturers. � 2. Backfilling around the work shall not be allowed until the concrete or mortar has set. 3. Upon acceptance of work, fiber vaults shall be free of debris and ready for cable installation. All grounding requirements shal! be met prior to cable instatla�tion. 4. Fiber vaults shall be adjusted to final grade using risers or rings manufactured by the fiber vault and pull box manufacturer. Fiber vaults with traffic bearing lids shall be raised to final grade using ring risers to raise the cover only. . 5. Fiber vaults shall be installed at the approximate location shown in the Drawings. Final location to be approved by the Engineer. 6. All existing conduits will need to be open and exposed for access within the vawlt. Care shall be taken to identify which conduits have existing cables. All conduits will extend 2 inches within the vault walls. At the 2-inch mark the excess conduit on the existing structure will need to be removed and all cables exposed. 7. Once the conduits are loca#ed, excavafie a hole large enough to install the fiber vault. The vault shall have a concrete floor as indicated on the Drawings. The floor shall be instal'led on 6 inches of crushed surfacing top course. If a fiber vault is installed outside a paved area, an asphalt pad shall be constructed surrounding the junction box. Ensure that the existing conduits are at a minimum of 4 inches above the top of the floor. 8-20.3(8) Wiring Section 8-20.3(8) is supplemented with the following: The 9th paragraph of this section is deleted and replaced with the fotlowing: Fused quick disconnect kits shall be of the SEC type or equivalent. Underground illumination splices shall be epoxy or underground service buss/lighting connec#or kits. Installatian shall conform to details in the Standard Plans. 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The end of every conductor at each wire termination, splice, connector or device, shall have a PVC wire marking sleeve bearing as its legend the circuit number indicated in the wiring schematic drawing. Where terminal strips are used as a connecfiing device between conductors, the terminal strips shall also bear the circuit number. Cable entering cabinets shall be neatly bundled and wrapped. Each wire shall bear the circuit � number and be thoroughly tested before be�ing connected to the appropriate terminal. Circuit conductors shall be standard copper wire �n all conduit runs with size specified on the Plans. Conductors from Fuminaire bases to the luminaire fixture shall be minimum No. 14 AWG pole and bracket cable. (NVUR April 14, 2003) � Wire Labels ' At each junction box, all illumination wires, power supply wires, and communication cable shall be labeled with a PVC marking sleeve. For illumination and power supply circuits #he sleeve shall bear the circuit number. For communication cable the sleeve shall be marked "Comm.". (NWR March 13, 1995) Wire Splices All splices shall be made in the presence of the Engineer. {NW R May 1, 2006) Illumination Circuit Splices Temporary splices shall 'be the heat shrink type. 8-20.3(9) Bonding and Grounding Section 8-20.3(9) is supplernented with the following: At points where shields of shielded conductors are grounded, the shields shall be nea#ly wired and terminated on suitable grounding lugs. Junction box lids and frames shall be grounded in accordance with Department of Labor and Industries standards, and shall be grounded so that the ground will not break when the lid is removed and laid on the ground ne�ct to the junction box. All conduits which are not galvanized steel shall have bonding wires between junction boxes. Ground rods s'hall be copper clad steel, 3/a-inch in diameter by 10-feet long, connec#ions shall be made with termite welds. At poin#s where wiring shields of shielded conductors are grounded, the shields shall be neatly wired and terminated on suitable grounding iugs. (NWR August 21, 2006) Junction Box Grounding Where shown in the Plans or where designated by the Engineer, the metal frame and lid of existing junction boxes shall be grounded to the existing equipment grounding system. The City of Federal Way Mark Twain E�lemer�tary 5chool Safe Routes To School Page 97 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � , , , �J I� ' � � �� � � ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS existing equipment grounding system shall be derived from fihe service serving the raceway system of which the existing junction box is a part. 8-20.3(11) Testing Section 8-20.3(11) is supplemented with the following: Before final acceptance, a field test of the instaflation shall be performed for contFnuity and ground of each circuit; insulation resistance (megger test between each circuii and ground); and function, to ensure opera#ion as specified or intended. Any faults in the system shall be � corrected and re-tested. Costs for performing these tests and correcting the faults shall be paid by the Contractor. 8-20.3(14)B Signal Heads Section 8-20.3(14)B is supplemented with the following: The first paragraph is deleted and replaced with the following: Signal heads shall be installed with back plates. 8-20.3(14)E Signal Standards Section 8-24.3(14)E is supplemented with the following: Traffic signal standards shall be furnished and installad in accordance with the methods and materials noted in the applicable Standard Plans, pre-approved plans, or special design plans. After delivering the poles or arms to the job site and before they are installed, they shall be storect in a place that will not inconvenience #he public. All poles and arms shall be installed in compliance with Washington State Utility and Electrical Codes. Terminal cabinet(s) shall be installed on all Type II and Type III signal poles or where designated on the wiring diagrams in the Plans in accordance with the ma#erial requirements of Section 9-29.25 of the Standard Specifications. Terminal cabinets shall be installed at a height not to impede pedestrians. 8-20.3(17) "As Built" Plans Section 8-21.3(17) is replaced with the following: Upon completion of the project, the Contractor shall furnish an "as-built� drawing of the ' intersection. showing all signal heads, pole locations, detectors, junction boxes, Illumination system showing Iuminaire locations, misce�laneous equipment, conductors, cable wices up to the signal controller cabinet, and with a special symbol iden#i#ying those iterns that have been ' changed from the original contract drawings. All items shall be located to within one foot (1� horizontally and six inches (6'� vertically above or below the finished surface grade. ' C' C' &20.3(18) Removal of Existing Signal Equipment New Section Where noted on the Plans, existing signal, illumination, and interconnect equipment shall be removed by the Contractor. All salvaged signal, illumination, and interconnect equipment materials shall be fhe property of the Contractor. All other material removed shall become the property of the Contractor and shall be disposed of off- site at a legal disposal site. ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routas To School Page 98 RFB 72-102 June 2U12 C�'' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Ail pole foundations and anchor bolts shall be removed to 18 inches below new subgrade, and the resulting hole shall be backFilled wifh compac#ed gravel borrow meeting the requirements of Section 9-03.14(1), unless the Engineer has approved the use of native material. Where junction boxes are removed, the conduit and wire shall also be removed to the bottom of the trench and the resulting hole backfilled with gravel borrow rneeting the requirements of Section 9- 03.14(1), unless the Engineer has approved the use of native material. Removals associated with the electrical system shall not be stockpiled within the jobsite without the Engineer's approval. &20.4 Measurement Section 8-20.4 is supplemented with the following: "Solar SZ Flasher Sign Assembly , Complete" per each shall be measured �per lump sum for the total of a1l iterns to be furnished and installed for a complete operational system. "Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Sign Assembly, Complete", shall be measured per lump sum for the total of all items to be furnished and installed for a complete operational system. 8-20.5 Payment Section 8-20.5 is supplemented with the following: Payment will be made for the following bid items on a lump sum basis. Each item shall provide for a complete and operational system. "Salar SZ Flasher Sign Assembly , Complete" per each; "Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Sign Assembly, Complete", per each; The lump sum price for the above bid items shali be full pay for furnishing all labor, equipment, materials and supplies necessary or incidental to the construction to complete the work as specified. This includes and is not limited to all excavation, backfilting, concrete foundations, all conduit, junction boxes, wiring, fiber optics, :restoring facilities destroyed or damaged during construction, salvaging existing materials, controller/communications equipment, and testing. All costs for:painting shall be incidental and included in the bid items included in this section and no additional compensation will be made. Adjustment of junction boxes shatl be incidental and included in the bid items included in this section and no additional cbmpensation will be made. Coordina#ion of service connections with Puget Sound Energy and any necessary permiis and fees associated with the service connections shall be considered incidental to the bid items inciuded in this section and no additional compensation will be made. Coordination with communication connections with Comcast, Qwuest, or other comrnunication provider affected by this project, and any necessary permits and #ees associated with the communications connections shall be considered incidental to the bid items included in this section and no additional compensation will be made. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 99 RFB 12-1Q2 , i June 2012 � ' � �_1 ' ' , �J � ' , SPECIAL PROVISIONS SECTION 8-21, PERMANENT SIGNING 8-21.1 Description Repiace Section 8-21.1 with the following: This work shall consist of furnishing and instaliing permanent signing, sign removal, sign relocation, and the project sign installation and removal, in accordance with the Plar�s, these Specifications, the Standard Plans, MUTCD, and the City of Federai Way Standard Details at the locations shown in the Plans or where designated by the Engineer. Signs to be removed as shown on the Plans, shall be returned to the Owner. 8-21.2 Materials Sentence three is deleted and replaced with the following: Materials for sign mounting shall conform to Section 9-28.11. 8-21.3 Construction Requirements 8-21.3(2) Placement of Signs Section 8-21.3(2) is supplemented with the following: The City af Federal Way, 253-835-2744, shall be contacted within 2 working days of completion of the permanent signing installation to inspect, inventory, and log all new and relocated signs. Other Signs: Refer to the currently adopted version of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) with Washington State Supplements. 8-21.3(5) Sign Relocation Section 8-21.3(5) is supplemented with the following: King County METRO and/or Pierce Transit personnel will remove and reinstall all existing bus stop signs and supports within the project limits. The Contractor shall contact King County MEfRO at 206-684-2732 or Pierce Transit at 253-581-8130 to coordinate sign work 2 weeks prior to the required sign removal or installation. A copy of the record of communication shall be forwarded to the City of Federal Way. 8-21.4 Measurement Section 8-21.4 is supplemented the following: Permanent signing will be measured per lump sum for the total of all items for complete signage to be furnished and installed. Measurement will be for the sum total of all items including labor, materials, tools, and equipment necessary to the furnishing and installing permanent signing, sign removal, and sign relocation. 8-21.5 Payment Section 8-21.5 is supplemented the following: Payment will also be made under the following: "Permanent Signing ; per lump sum. ' Ciy of Federal Way AAark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 100 flFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS The lurnp sum bid price in the Proposal will be fuil compensation for the costs of all labor, tools, equipment, and materials necessary or incidental to installing and removing all types of signs as shown on the plans and returning to the Owner. SECTION 8-22, PAVEMENT MARKING 8-22.1 Description Section 8-22.1 is supplemented with the following: Pavement markings shall conform to City of Federai Way Standard Detai'Is. Profled and plastic lines shall conform to the pattern as show�n on WSDOT Standard Plan M 8-22.3 Construction Requirements 8-22.3(6) Removai of Pavement Markings Section 8-22.3(6) is supplemented with the following: The Contractor shall remove existing pavement markings consisting of paint, plastic and raised pavement markings. 8-22.4 Measurement Section 8-22.4 is supplemented with the following: Measurement for "Removing Painted Corswswalk Line" will be by the square foot. 8-22.5 Payment Section 8-22.5 is deleted and replaced with the following: Payment wifl be made under the following bid items: "Plastic Crosswalk Line, Type A; per square foot. '�Plastic Stop Line, Type A", per linear foot. "Plastic Yield Symbol, Type A', per each. "Remove Painted Crosswatk Line ; per square foot. 8-31 RESOLUTION OF UTILITY CONFLICTS (Special Provision) Section 8-31 is a new section: � *,�***,� 8-31.1 Description 'This work involves the ident'rfication and resolution of utility conflicts not identified in the plans beiween proposed improvements and existing utitities. The Contracting Agenc.y will pay these costs by force account if the work proves to be acceptable and the Contractor had performed the work with the authority of and due notice to the Engineer. 8-31.3 Construction Requirements The con#racting agency may direct the Contractor to pothole existing utilities to verify the field , location and depth. Potholing shall inckude excavation and backfilling of the existing utility, City of Federal Way Maiic Twain'Elementary School Safe Routes To School Paye 101 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � � ' ' ' � ,� SPECIAL RROVISIONS identification of the pipe or line size, material type and condition and the survey work to locate fhe faciliry horizontally and vertically. Survey infiorrnation to be obtained shall include station and offset #o center of utility and elevation at top of utility. Stations, offsets and elevations shall be to the nearest 0.1 foot unless greater accuracy is reguired. Potholes shall be backfilled with CSBC compacted to 95%, or wifh CDF, as directed by the Engineer. 1n areas subject to pubtic traffic, the HMA patch shall match the depth of the surrounding pavemen#. In the event that a conflict arises between the proposed improvements and an existing uti�ity, the Resolution of Utility Conflicts item wifl compensate the Contractor for standby time and additional work in the following manner: 1. Standbv time resulting from existing utility conflicts ' a) Standby tirne is defined as time the Contractor is unable to proceed with progr.ession of a specific work item (i.e. storm drainage, underground utility installation etc.) due to conflicts with existing facilities. However, payment for standby time shall be limited to: ' ' l _l ' J (1) For each agreed upon conflict, a maximum of four (4) hours of standby time will be paid for actual delay of labor and equipment due to a u#ility conflict. The Con#ractor shall be responsible to adjust his work schedule and/or reassign his work forces and equipment to other areas of work to minimize standby time. (2) If the conflict is resolved within one (1) hour of notification to the Engineer, no standby time will be paid. 2. �Additional work required to resolve utility conflicts will be paid for at the bid unit prices for the associated work. Work that can be measured and paid #or at the unit contract prices shall not be identified as force account work. This work includes but is not limited to: (1) Storm drainaae manhole, pipe, vault, and conduit realignments of lin� and/or grade for the storm drain and undergrounding of overhead utilities, to avoid existing utility conflicts. (2) Additional storm drainage manholes, pipe, vaults, and conduit required by a change in ' alignment, and/or grade, not exceeding the iimits set in section 1-04.4 of the Standard Specifiications. ' � ' � 8-31.4 Vacant &31.5 Payment Payment will be made in accordance with Section 1-04.1 for the following bid items when included in the proposaL• "Resalution of Utiiity Conflicts" will be paid by farce account as provided in seetion 1-09.6. "Potholing", will be paid by force account as provided in Section 1-09.6. All costs for resolving utility conflicts and potholing will be paid for by force account in accordance with section 1-09.6. To provide a common proposal for all bidders, the Contracting Agency has estimated the amount for "Resolution of Utility Conflicts" and "Potholing" �nd entered the amounts in the proposal to become a part of the total bid by the Contractor. Ut�lity conflicts due to the , City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 102 RFB 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS R Contractor's actions or operations sh�ll be resolved by the Contractor at no expense to the Contracting Agency. END OF DIVISION 8 City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 103 SPECIAL PROVISIONS DIVISION 9 MATERIALS 9-03 AGG.REGATES 9-03.12 Gravel Backffll (Special Provision) �******� 9-03.i2(6) Pit Run Sand Section 9-03.12(6) is a new section: Sieve Size Percent Passina 3/8" square 100 U.S. No. 4 90 Sand Equivalent 30 minimum 9-03.14(3) Common Borrow (Special Provision) Section 9-03.14(3) is modified with the following requirements: t ****�*� Material from on-site excavations meeti.ng the requirements for Common Borrow shall be used to the extent practicable. Material for common borrow shall consist of granular soil and/or aggregate which is free of trash, wood, debris, and other deleterious material. Common Borrow material shatl be at the proper moisture content for compaction. This material is generally moisture sensitive. The natural moisture content shall range from not more than 1 percent wet of optimum to not more than 3 percent dry of optimum as determined in accordance with Section 2-03.3(14)D. The material shall not pump or yield under the weight of compaction equipment and construction traffic. The Contractor is responsible for protect�ng the materi�!I from excess moisture wherever/whenever possible. To the extent practicable, tf�is material should be handled only during non-rainy periods and should be removed, hauled, placed, and compacted into final embankments without intermediate handling or stockpiling. Surfaces should be graded and sloped to drain and should not be left uncompacted. Common Borrow shall meet the following gradation limits: Sieve Size Percent Passing (by weight) 6� square' 100 . 4" square 90 — 100 2" square 75 - 100 U.S. No. 4 50 - 80 City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-902 June 2012 Page 104 SPECIAL PROVISIONS U.S. No. 40 50 max. U.S. No 200 25 max. ' For geosynthetic reinforced walis or slopes, 100percent passing 1 square sieve and 90 to 100 percent passing the 1-inch square sieve. Common Borrow shaN contain sufficient fines #or compaction and to bind the compacted soil mass together to form a stable surface when heavy construction equipment is operated on its . surface. 9-14 EROSION CONTROL AND ROADSIDE PLANTING 9-14.1('1) Topsoil Type A (Special Provision) Section 9-14.1(1) is supplemented with the following: �*****,�� Topsoil Type A shall meet the following: Sand: greater than 0.05 mm to less than 2mm - maximum of 60% Silt: greater than 0.002 mm to less than 0.05 mm - maximum of 35%' Clay: less than 0.002 mm - maximum of 15%' Organic Content: Percent of dry weight - 8 to 12% Acidity (Ph) - 6.0 to 7.0 ' Clay and Silt combined - na greater than 40% 9-14.1(5) Bioretention Soil Mix (Special Provision) New Section: ��*****� The Bioretention Soil Mix shall consist of a well-blended mixture by volume of a two way mix of 60-65% Aggregate and 35-40% Compost with the following composition and gradation: Mineral aggregate shall be analyzed by an accredited lab using #200, #100, #60, #40, #20, #10, #4, 3/8 and 1-inch sieves; and meet the following: � Ciry of Fedeta! Way Mark 1'wain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 105 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' SPECIAL PROVIS'IONS ' ' ' ' ' ' Sieve Size Percent Passing 3/8" 100% #4 95-100 #10 75-90 #40 25-40 #100 4-10 #200 2-5 Aggregate should have a with gradation meeting Coefficient of Uniformity equal to 6 or above; and Coefficient of Curve of 1 to 3. The Compost shall be the result of the biological degradation of Type I or III Feedstocks, under ' controlled conditions designed to prornote aerobic decomposition, per WAC 173-350-220, and meet the following physical criteria. , � � � � ' � ' 1. Compost shall be certified in compliance with U.S. Composting Council Sealo# Testing Assurance {STA) program. 2. Compost shall meet the following particle size gradation: Sieve Size Percent Passing 1" 99-100% 5/8" 90-100 1 /4" 40-90 i. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. pH shall be between 5.5 and 8.0. Manufactured inert material sha11 be less than 1.0 percent by dry weight. Organic matter content shall be between 45 and 65 percent by dry weight. Soluble salt content less than 6.0 mmhos/cm. Maturity shall be over 80% per TMECC 05.05-A, "Germination and �gor". Stability shall be 7 or below per TMECC method 05.08-B. Contain a minimum of 65 percent by volume recycled plant waste as defined in WAC 173-350-100 as `Type 1 Feedstocks." May contain a maximum of 35 percent by ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 106 RFB 12-102 dune 2012 ' SPEGIAL PROVISIONS volume of `?ype III Feedstocks" including post-consumer food waste, as defined Fn WAC 173-350-100, but not including biosolids. 1. Feedstocks shail originate from local recycling collection programs. 2. Carbon to ni#rogen ratio shall be less than 25:1. For plantings composed entirely of plants native to the Puget Sound Lowlands region, carbon to nitrogen ratio may be 35:1. Amended Topsoil Mix shall include Organic matter in the mix befinreen 8 to 10 percent. Contractor shall submit one cubic foot sample wi,th supplier's certification of mix and soil laboratory test results for approval by Engineer. 9-14.2 Seed , (Special Provision) Section 9-14.2 shall be supplemented with the following: �******� The dealer shall mix the grass seed fior hydroseeding. The Contractor shall furnish to the Engineer the dealer's guaranteed statement of the composition of the mixture and the percentage of purity a�nd germination of each variety. Seeded lawn shall be composed of the following varieties mixed in the properties indicated. Seeded Lawn ;Mix: Kind and Variety % By of Minimum % Weight % Pure Seed Germination Seed in :Mixture Perennial Rye (2 50% 99% weed free 90 Varieties) (Lolium perenne) Chewings 25% 99% weed free 90 Fescue " Creeping Red 25% Fescue 99% weed free 90 Seed shall be applied at a rate of 80 pounds per acre on areas requiri;ng seeding, fertilizing and mulching. All seed shall be Pure Live Seed. Inert and other crop material shall �no# exceed 5%, noxious weeds not to exceed 0%. 9-14.7 Stakes, Guys, and Wrapping (Special Provision) City of'Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 Page 107 '. � I ' I ' ' ' � ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS Section 9-14.7 is supplemented with the following: �******� Stakes shall be BVC round tree stakes with Chainlock guying or Engineer accepted product. No wrapping required. SECTIOId 9 RAISED PAVEMENT MARKERS (RPM) Type 2 raised pavement markers shall NOT be ceramic. 9-2't .2(1) Physical Properties Section 9-21.2(1) is supplemented with the following: SECTION 9-28, SIGNING MATERIALS AND FABRICATION 9-28.1 General Paragraph three is deleted and replaced with the following: All regulatory (R series), school (S series), and warning (W and X series) signs, except for ' parking regulation and parking prohibition signing, shall be constructed with Encapsulated Lens Reflective Sheeting in accordance with Section 9-28.8 of the Standard Specifications. This sheeting has a retro reflection rating of 250 candelas/foot candle/square foot for white-silver ' sheeting with a divergence angle of 0.2 degrees and an incidence angle of minus 4 degrees. This high intensity sheeting shall be Type III sheeting or greater. All street name (D-3) sign sheeting shall meet this specification. � ' � ' ' ' ' � All overhead signing shall meet tt�e specifications of Prismatic Lens Reflective Sheeting. This sheeting has a minimum retro reflection rating of 800 candelas/foot candle/square foot for white-silver sheeting with a divergence angle of 0.2 degrees and an incidence angle of minus 4 degrees. This diamond grade sheeting shall be Type IX sheeting or greater. This standard applies to all signs mounted above the roadway, on span wire or signal mast arms. Motorist information and parking signing shall be constructed with Engineer G:rade Sheeting, in accordance with Section 9-28.6 of the Standard Specifications. This sheeting has a minimum retro reflection rating of 70 candelas/foot candls/square foot for white-silver sheeting with a divergence angle of 0.2 degrees and an incidence of minus 4 degrees. This engineering grade sheeting shall be Type I sheeting or greater. These signs include guide signing (D series — except D-3), corporate limit signing (I series), and motorist information signing (K series). The reflectivity standard of supplemental plates shall match that of the primary sign. 9-28.8 Sheet Aluminum Signs Section 9-28.8 is supplemented with the following: AII permanent signs shall be constructed from aluminum sign blanks unless otherwise approved by the Engineer. Sign-blank minimum thicknesses, based on maximum dimensions, shal! be as follows: ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 108 RFB 12-102 June 2012 ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS All D-3 street-name signs shal'I be constructed with 0.100-inch-thick blanks. The Contractor shall install permanent signs which meet or exceed the minimum reflectivity standards. All sign - face sheeting 5hall be applied to sign blanks with pressure sensitive adhesives. 9-28.9 Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Signs Section 9-28.9 is deleted in its entirety. 9-28.14 Sign Support Structures Section 9-28.14 is supplemented with the following: Unless otherwise noted on the p'lans or approved by the engineer, all sign posts shall be timber sign posts. 9-28.14{7) Timber Sign Posts Section 9-28.14(1) is supplemented with the following: All ground-mounted signposts shall use pressure treated hem-fir wood posts urrless approved ofherwise by the Engineer. AII wood posts shall be buried a minimum of 30 inches below the finished ground line. Post backfill shall be compacted at several 'levels to minimize settl.ing. All posts shall be two-way plumb. 9-28.14{2) Steel Structures and Posts Section 9-28.14(2) is supplemented with the following: Unless otherwise noted on the plans or approved by the engineer, all sign posts shall be timber sign posts. Approved Manufacturers for Steel Sign Supports The Standard Plans lists several steel sign support types. These supports are patented devices and many are sole-source. AII of the sign support types listed below are acceptable when shown in the plans. Steel Sian Suaqort Tvqe Type TP-A & TP-B Type PL, PL-T & PL-U Type AS Type AP Type ST 1, ST 2, ST 3, & ST 4 Type SB-1, SB-2, & SB-3 City of Federa! Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Manufac#urer Transpo Industries, Inc. Northwest Pipe Co. Transpo Industries, Inc. Transpo Industries, Inc. Ultimate Highway P;roducts, Allied Tube & Conduit, Inc., Northwest Pipe, Inc. Ultimate Highway Products, Xeessories Squared Development and Manufiacturing I ncorporated„ RFB 12-102 June 2012 Page 109 i� I ' I ' �'� � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Northwest Pipe, Inc. SECTION 9 ILLUMINATION, SIGNAL, ELECTRICAL 9-29.1 Conduit, Innerduct, and Outerduct Section 9-29.1 is supplemented with the following: (NWR June 5, 2000) Conduit Coatings Conduit fittings for steel conduit shall be coated with galvanizing repair paint in the same manner as conduit couplings. Electroplated fittings are not allowed. ' Steel conduit entering concrete shall be wrapped in 2-inch-wide pipe wrap tape with a minimum 1-inch overlap for 12 inches on each side of the concrete face. Pipe wrap tape shaH be installed per the manufacturer's recomrnendations. LJ � 1 �� !� 9-29.1(1) Rigid Me#al Conduit, Galvanized Steel Outerduct, and Fittings Section 9-29.1(1) is supplemented with the following: (NWR August 10, 2009) Conduit Sealing Mechanical plugs for cabinet conduit sealing shall be one of the foilowing: 1. Tyco Electronics - TDUX 2. Jackmoon — Triplex Duct Plugs 3. O-Z Gedney — Conduit Sealing Bushings The mechanical plug shall withstand a minimum of 5 psi of pressure. 9-29.1(2) Rigid Metal Conduit Fittings and Appurtenances Section 9-29.1(2) is supplemented with the following: ' (NWR August 10, 2009) Conduit Coatings Electroplated couplings are nat allowed. � ' � (NWR March 4, 2009) Surface Mounting Conduit Attachment Components Channel supports and all fastening hardware components shall be Type 304 stainless steel. 9-29.2 Junction Boxes, Cable Vaults and Pull Boxes 9-29.2(1) Standard Duty Junction Boxes Section 9-29_2(1) is supplemented with the following: ' (NW R January 21, 2011) Concrete Junction Baxes The Non-slip lid and firame shall be made of the following material: � Non-slip lid ASTM A36 flat steel Non-slip frame ASTM A36 flat steel ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 110 RF8 12-102 June 2012 � SPECIAL PROVISIONS Both the non-slip lid and non-slip frame shall be treated with Mebacl {their most aggressive surface) as manufactured by IKG industries, or SIipNOT Grade 3-coarse as manufactured by W.S. Molnar Co. The non-slip lid shall be identified with permanent marking on the underside indicating the type of sur�ace treatment ("M1" for Mebac 1; or "S3" for SlipNot3) and the year of manufacturer. The permanent marking shall be 1/8 inch line thickness formed by engraving, stamping or with a stainless steel weld bead. 9-29.2(2)A Standard Duty Cable Vaults and Pull Boxes Section 9-29.2(2)A is supplemented with the following: (January 21, 2011) Cable Vaults and Pull Boxes All Standard Duty Cable Vaults and Pull Boxes placed in sidewalks, walkways and shared use paths shall have slip resistant surfaces. The Standard Duty Cable Vaults and Pull Boxes s#eel frame, lid support and lid shall be hot-dip galvanized. The Non-slip lid and frame shall be made of the following material: IVon-slip lid ASTM A36 flat steel Non-slip frame ASTM A36 flat steel Both the non-slip lid and non-slip frame shall be treated with Mebacl (their most aggressive surface) as manufactured by IKG industries, or SIipNOT Grade 3-coarse as manufactured by W.S. Molnar Co. The non-slip fid shall be identified with permanent marking on the underside indicating the type of surface treatment ("M1" for Mebac 1; or "S3" for SlipNot3) and the year of manufacturer. The permanent marking shall be 1/8 inch line thickness formed by engraving, stamping or with a stainless steel weld bead. 9 Three Shielded Cable Section 9-29.3(2)H is supplemented with the #ollowing: Lead-in cable back to the controller for Opticom units shall be 3-M detector 138 cable or equivalent. 9-29.5 Vacant Section 9-29.5 is deleted and replaced with the following: 9-29.6 Beacon Standards NEW SECTION Pole Foundations: Shall be as indicated on the plans. Sign Poles, Bases, and Caps; Sign poles shall be 4" — 8 NPT Schedule 40, galvanized steel meeting the following minimum requirements: Standard 4" Sch 40 .......... ASTM A53 Grade B ERW Tensile Strength, KSI .......................... 60 Yield Strength, KSI .............................. 35 Weight Per Foot ............................. 10.79 Ib. Standard Wall Thickness .................. 0237" Outside Diameter ............................... 4.5" Threading and deburring of the Pedestal Pole shall be in accordance with the basic dimensions of American National Standard Taper Pipe Threads, NPT (ANSI B1.2). City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary Sphool Safe Routes To School RFB .12-102 � June 2012 Page111 ' � ' ' ' � ' u , I1 , ll ' ' ' LJ , ' SPECIAL PROVISIONS The pole shall be pre-gaivanized or galvanized after fabrication meeting the requirements below: 1. Pre-Galvanized: Pipe shall have clean square saw cuts and free of burrs. After threading threads shall be sprayed with a rast-protective zinc-rich coating. Galvanizing shall be a minimum of 1.6 oz./ft. 2. Galvanized A#ter Fabrication: Pipe shall have clean square saw cuts and free of burrs. Pole shall be hot dipped galvanized to comply with ASTM A-123 with a rninimum of 1.6 oz./fi� after fabrication. Threads shall be heated and brushed #o remove excess zinc. 3. MILL CERTIFICATION: Mill test reports to be maintained and supplied on request. PACKAGING: Threaded end shall have protective cap to prevent thread damage. Cardboard sleeve sha11 cover the entire length of shaft to protect surface finish during storage and shipment. Pole caps shall be Dome Type, aluminum, fitting a 4�/z-inch OD pole, with a stainless steel set screw, sq hd, �/4 "-20 X 1 /2 ". The pole base shall be square aluminum pedestal base with aluminum minimurn requirements: 1. Square cast aluminum with na#ural finish, minimum weight of 21 shown in the Figure below. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. t 3'� '' 13 3 r s'�' � door meeting the following Ibs. with dimensions as Upper end shall be threaded to receive a 4" NPT pipe shaft. Base threads shall be tapped to allow full pole engagement w/o exposed threads on the pole. Shall be of such design that it may be fastened to a fioundation with four (4j 3/4° anchor bolts loca#ed 90 degrees apart on the bottom of the base. There shall be s'lots in the bottom of the base 1 wide and 2�/�" long measured along the circumference o# the bol# circle, allowing a proper fi.t even if the bolts are placed slightly off center. Shall accommodate bolt circles of a minimum of 12" through a maximurra of 14�/2" and anchor bolts with a minimum of 5/8" through 1" diameter. Shall be equipped with a removable aluminum door. Door opening shall be free of bur.rs and sharp edges and be no Iess than 8�/2" square. The door shall be attached to the base using one stainless steel socket button head screw to prevent unauthorized entry. Shall be fabricated free of voids, pits, dents, molding sand and excessive foundry grinding marks. All design radii shall be smooth and intact. Exterior surface f�nish shall be smooth and cosmetically acceptable by being free of molding fins, cracks and other exterior blemishes. City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 112 RFB 12-102 June 2012 u SPECIAL PROVISIONS 8. Shail be fabricated from new aluminum ingot. No scrap materials shall be used. Minimum requirements as fiollows: a. Aluminum Alloy ...........319 Elongation (% in 2") .........2 b. Tensile Strength, KS1.......27 Brinell Hardness.........J0-100 c. Yield Strength,KSl ...........18 FRANGIBILITY: The base shaU meet or exceed 1985 AASHTO breakaway requirements. Test reports from an FHWA approved independent laboratory shall be provided certifying that the base has been tested and meets all applicable requirements. In addition, a statement of certification from the FHWA stating such tests have been accepted and approved shall be suppfied. STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY: In order to prove structural soundness a certification frorn a recognized independent structural laboratory shall be provided certifying that the base will withstand a bending moment of 10,750 ft. Ibs. Such test shall be performed in the following manner: 1. A force shall be applied at a distance from the bottom of the base in order to produce a moment. All bases must reach a moment capaciry of 10,750 ft. Ibs. without breaking, cracking or rupturing in any manner. 2. After force has been removed, the lever arm shall return to within .250" of its original rest position. 3. aH tests shall be made using 4" schedule 40 Steel Pipe. A reinforcing collar shall be installed at the top of the po'le base in accordance with manufacturers' instructions. The collar shall be a three segment assembly designed to retrofit onto an existing square cast aluminum or iron pedestal base. The collar shall meet the following minirnum requirements: MATERIAL: Reinforcing collar shall be three-piece cast aluminum with the minimum requirements: Aluminum Alloy ............................713 Tensile Strength, KSI ....................32 Yield Strength, KS1 ........................22 Elongation (% in 2") .......................3 Brinell Hardness ............................70 Minimum Wall Thickness .............5/8° Minimum 4verall Height ............. 4-3/8" INSTALLATIO�V: The collar shall be clamped around the top of a pedestal base by the use of two {2) 5/16" Socket Head Bolts per segment (Figure 1). Each segment shall have a 5/16" pilot hole for drilling through base. A 5/16" x 3/4" Roll Pin shall be driven through the collar into the base until flush to prevent the collar from walking up the base. HARDWARE: (6) 5/16"-18 x 1 Socket Head Capscrews (3) 5/16" Dia. x 3/4" Roll Pins FINISH: Collar Segment: Alodine 1200 FASTENfRS: Zinc w/ Yellow Di-Chromate In addition to meeting the above requirements, all poles, bases, collars, caps and related hardware shaN be fully interchangeable with the following atems manufactured by Pelco Products, Inc., Edmond, City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Pa9e 113 RFB 12-1U2 ' June 2012 � -� [_� 1 � ' � � ' ' � ' � u SPECIAL PROVISIONS Oklahoma, such t�at any individual component can be replaced without requiring replacement of t�e entire system: � Pedestal pole, Model No PB-5200 • Square Base Assembly, Model No P&5334 • Pole Cap, Model No PB-5402 • Pole & Base Collar Assembly, Model No PB-5325 9-29.7(2) Fused Quick-Disconnect Kits Section 9-29.7(2) is supplemented with the following: Fused quick-disconnect kits shaA be of the SEC #ype or equivalent. Underground iNumination splices shall be epoxy or underground service bus�light connector kits. InstaHation shall conform to details in the Standard Plans. 9-29.14 Vacant Section 9-29.14 is deleted and replaced with the following: 9-29.14 Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon System The Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon System shall be a Spot Devices system utilizing an SC 315 �Controller with SB435 High PerFormance (HP) Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons. The Controller with Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) shall meet all FHWA and MUTCD standards. The system shall be ca:pable of activation by a variety of devices, including pushbuttons, microwave detectors, pedestrian-activated pads and passive activation bol.lards. The RRFB brightness and light emitting surface dimensions shall exceed the FHWA minimum standards and shall be capabie of being viewed from distances of over 1000 feet during the day and over one mile at night. The system components shall mount quickly and easily to any pole, and construction shall be durable, corrosion-resistant and protect against wind, rain and vandatism. Based on proven, standards-based network and software technology, the controller with RRFB shall provide for remote system management wifihout the installation or alteration of any other equipment or associated hardware, and require no local host or client software. The system shall utilize GPRS/EDGE modem technology and closed-loop Transmission Control ProtocoUlnternet Protocol (" TCP/IP") over a Virtual Private Network ("VPN") to ensure reliable, secure communication. The GPS-equipped controller with RRFB shall be capable of being accessed from virtually any ' browser-enabled device via an intuitive user interface that displays the exact location of all systems within the enterprise on a map. System activation duration shall also be programmed via th�is easy- to-use intetface. The system shall provide for on-demand activation of RRFBs #or emergency or any other purposes; on-demand test of communieation interruption (knockdown), battery health ' (solar only), RRFB outage and activation reports through the user interface; and communication interruption (knockdown), low battery (solar only), and RRFB outage diagnostics by proactive email. � ' ' The Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon System shall consist of the followwng components: 1. System Server: The System Server shall be housed in one or more independent facilities with on-premises 24/7 security staff and Uninterruptible Power Supply ("UPS"). ' City of Federal Way Mark Twain ElementarySchool Safe Routes To School Pa9e 114 RFB 12-102 June 2012 u SPECIAL PROVISIONS 2. Controller: The Controller shall be equipped with a GPRS/EDGE modem and GPS receiver attached to its antenna unit, and the system shall not require the installation or alteration of any other equipment or associated hardware, such as traffic signal controflers, Ethernet connections, local radios, local wireless connections or local networks. 3. Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons: The RRFB housing shall contain two primary light bars mounted in compliance with MUTCD requirements, but exceeding the minimum 5" W x 2" H size and MUTCD total light emission requirements. In addition to the primary Iight bars, the housing shall have smaller secondary light bars mounted on each end for pedestrian notification, arrayed in a 0.4" W x 2" H rectangle. The secondary light bars shall have optional opaque covers if pedestrian notification from either or both ends of the housing is not desired. The overall dirnensions of the RRFB unit shali be 29"W x 4"H x 1.5"D. The LEDs used in both the primary and secondary light bars shall be rated for a minimum 15-year life, and the light bars shall not protrude beyond the surface of the housing, shall not be mounted to the housing with exposed screws, and shall be covered with polycarbonate windows for durabifity and vandal resistance. The RRFB shall draw attention at distances greater than 1000 feet during the day and over 1 mile at night. The control�ler shall adjust RRFB brightness as outside light levels change between day and night, being brighter during the day and less bright at night. 4. Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon Housing: The RRFB housing shall be made of powder-coated aluminum with a minimum thickness of 0.125", and shall provide a mounting mechanism allowing for directional rotation of the primary light bars toward oncoming traffic at curves, corners, and roundabouts. 5. Activation Devices: The controller shall be capable of being activated by a variety of devices, including pushbuttons, microwave detectors, pedestrian-activated pads and passive-activation bollards. 6. Communication Protocols: Each controller shall be equipped with a GPRS/EDGE modem and GPS receiver attached to its antenna unit. For security and reliability purposes, communication between the System Server and t�he controller shall utilize the closed- loop Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol ("TCP/IP") over a highfy secure �rtual Private Network ("VPN") in addition to the intrinsic security provided by the cell network encryption. Communicat�on between the System Server and any desktop, notebook, netbook, tablet or smartphone running a mainstream browser, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari ("Capable Device"), shall be via a secure (htips� website and shall also use TCP/IP protocol encrypted using the same machinery employed in electronic funds transfer. 7. No Local Soflware: No local host or client soflware and its associated maintenance updates shall be required. 8. Remote Management: The controller shall be remotely managed for purposes of activation durafion setting and maintenance. Remote management shall be performed over a cellular M2M network and the internet, from anywhere an internet connection can be made :by a Capable Device. Multiple users from any locations with internet access shall be able to perForm system management operations simultaneously. 9. Intuitive User InterFace: Using unique user names and passwords, users shall be able to access the graphical, browser-based User Intertace ("UI"). For ease of system management, t'he UI shall use intuitive graphics, and the UI shall display an icon representing each controller with its name and exact location on a rnap. Security access Gty of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 115 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' � � ' C ' ' , SPECIAL PROVISIONS shall be hierarchical, and allow system administrators to assign system administrator, scheduler/editor or viewer-only permission to individual users. 10.On-Demand Activation, Test and Reports: Each system sha11 provide on-demand activation of RRFBs for emergency or any other purposes; on-demand test of communication interruption (knockdown), battery health (solar only), Beacon outage, and activation reports through the user interface. 11. Proactive Diagnostics: Each system shall generate proactive daily RRFB outage, battery health and communication int�rruption (knockdown) diagnostics delivered by . ernail to a configurable set of recipients. 12. Enclosure: The controller shall be housed in a vandal-resistant, aluminum, NEMA 3R pole-mounted cabinet with a lockable, hinged door. 13. Power Options: The controller unit shall be available in solar 12 VDC, 35 AHr equipped with 90W solar panels, or in 120 VAC, 50W versions. Solar-powered systems shall provide a minimum of 15 days of back-up battery power in the absence of sunlight while operating at full brightness and at standard usage levels. 9 Flashing Beacon Control Section 9-29.15 is deleted and replaced with the following: The solar powered, calendar-activated, remote management capable school zone flashing beacon system shall be a Spot Devices SC315 School Zone Beacon System. ' The system shall be designed upon standards-based neiwork and software technology providing for calendar-based remote system management without the installation or alteration of any other equipment or associated hardware. The network-based system shall provide for , secure, sirnultaneous access by multiple users via virtually any browser-enabled desktop, notebook, tablet or smartphone anywhere an internet connection is available. ' The Controller itselfi shall be equipped wi#h a GPRS/EDGE modem and GPS receiver. This equipment shall utilize closed-loop Transmission Control ProtocoVlnternet Protocol (" TCP/IP°) over a Virtual Private Network ("VPN"); ensuring reliable and secure communication between ' the Controller and system server. In addition, the calendar time base shall be derived from GPS time kept by ultra-accurate atomic clocks to ensure on-time beacon activation. ' The school zone beacon system shall require no local host or client software, and the usEr interface stiall be quickly and easily accessed from any browser-enabled device by multiple users at the same time. Programming shall be via an easy-to-use interface allowing remote seheduling and maintenance of beacon systems with up to 10 year calendars. The controller ' shall :have up to 12 rnonths of calendar data stored locally to ensure .timely activations in virtually all circumstances. The system shafl provide for o.n-demand ac#ivation of beacons for emergency or any other purposes; on-demand test of communication interruption (knockdown), ' battery health (solar only), beacon outage and activation reports through the user interface; and communication interru:ption (knockdown), low battery (solar onJy), and beacon outage diagnostics by proactive email. � �� The School Zone Beaeon System shall consist of the followrng components: . 1. System Server: The system server shall be housed in one or more independent facilities with on-premises 24/7 security staff a�nd uninterruptible power supply ("UPS"). , City of Federal Way Mark Twain El�neritary School Safe Routes To School Page 116 RFB 12-102 Jur�e 2012 i U SPECIAL PROVISIONS 2. Controller. The controller shal) be equipped with a GPRS/EDGE modem and GRS receiver attached to its antenna unit, and the systern shall not require the installation or alteration of any ofiher equipment or associated hardware, such as traffc signal controllers, Ethemet connections, local radios, local wireless connections or local networks. 3. Beacon: The beacon housing and frame shafl be made of aluminum, and the beacon buib shall have at least 150 individual LEDs. The total light emission per beacon shall be greater than 678 candelas. The beacon shall draw attention at distances greater than 1000 fieet during the day and greater than 1 mile at night. 4. Communication Protocols: Each controller shall be equipped with a GPRS/EDGE modem and GPS receiver attached to its antenna unit. For security and reliability purposes, communication between the system server and the controller shall utilize the closed- loop Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol ("TCP/IP"} over a highly secure Virtual Private Network ("VPN") in addition to the intrinsic security provided by the cell network encryption. Communication between the System Server and any desktop, notebook, netbook, tablet or smartphone running a mainstream browser, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari ("Capable Device"), shall be via a secure (https) website and shall also use TCP/IP protocol encrypted using the same machinery employed in electronic funds transfer. 5. No Local Software: No local host or client soflware and its associated maintenance updates shall be required. 6. Remote Management: The controller shall be .remotely managed for purposes of beacon activation, schedu�ing and maintenance. Remote management shall be performed over a cellular M2M network and the internet, from anywhere an internet connection can be made by a Capable Device. Multiple users from any locations with internet access shall be able to perform system management operations simultaneously. 7. Intuitive User Interface: Using unique user names and passwords, users shall be able to access the graphical, browser-based User Interface ("UI"). For ease of system management, the UI shall use intuitive and familiar calendar graphics for time-of-day programming, shall allow a given caiendar to be applied to any group of one or more systems in a single scheduling operation. In addition, the UI shall display an icon representing each controller with its name and exact location on a map. Security access shall be hierarchical, and allow system administrators to assign system administrator, scheduler/editor or viewer-only permission to individual users. 8. Redundant Calendar: There shall be no limit for day schedule on-off times. The user shall be able to configure calendars with a minimum of 10 years of scheduling. The controller shall have up to 12 months of calendar data stored locally so that in the event of an interr�ption of network communication, the controller shall be able to maintain schedu,led activations. 9. On-Demand Activation, Test and Reports: Each system shall provide on-demand activation of beacons for emergency or any other purposes; on-demand test of communication interruption (knockdown), battery health (solar only), Beacon outage, and activation reports through the user intertace. � 10. Proactive Diagnostics: Each systern shal�l generate proactive daily beacon outage, battery health and communication interruption (knockdown) diagnostics delivered by email to a configurable set ofi recipients. 11. Enclosure: The controller shall be housed in a vandal-resistant, aluminum, NEMA 3R pole-mounted aluminum cabinet with a lockable, hinged door. The enclosure sha'II be City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page y 17 RFB 12-102 ' June 2012 � ' ' ' � ' ' , � � ' , ' , ' CI C SPECIAL PROVISIONS mounted at a heig�ht consistent with ADA guidelines while not requiring a bucket truck from maintenance. 12. 'Power Options: The controller unit shall be available in solar 12 VDC, 35 AHr equipped with 90W solar panels, or in 120 VAC, 50W versions. Solar-powered systems shall provide a minimum of 15 days of back-up battery power in the absence of sunlight while operating at fuil brightness and at standard wsage levels. 9-29.16 Vehicular Signal Heads, Displays, and Housings Paragraph 2, is deleted and replaced with the following: All lenses shall meet I.T.E. specifications for Iight output wifh 12-inch-diameter faces. All vehicular signal heads shall be dark green baked enamel and shall be equipped wi� 5" wide black polycarbonate back plates and black polycarbonate tunnel visors of a length equal to the lens diameter. All hardware for attaching visors and 'back plates shall be non-corrosive stainless steel. Vehicle signal head polycarbonate materiais shall not be painted. A 2-inch-wide strip of yel�low retro-reflective, type N prismatic sheeting, conforming to the requirements of Section 9- 28.12, shall be applied around the perimeter of each backplate. 9-29.16(2) Convenfional Traffic Signal Heads 9-29.16{2)A Optical Units . Section 9-29.16(2)A is deleted and replaced with #he following: Lenses shail be of the color indicated, circular in shape, with a visible diameter of 12 inches, as specified in the contract, and of such design as to give an outward and downward distribution of Iight with a minimu:m above the horizontal. The lenses shall be standard red, amber, and green, prismed traffic signal lenses and shall conform to the specifications of ITE Standards (Standards for Adjustable Face Vehicle Traffic Control Signal Heads, 1977 edition). The lenses shall fit into a red silicon gasket in a manner to render the interior of the lens and reflector weather and dust-tight. Signal heads shall have hinged aluminum reflector rings. The lens and gasket shall be secured to the door with four noncorrosive lens clips. LED Traffic Signal Modules AII tra�c signal displays shall be the Light Emitting Diode (LED) type and shall be from one of the following manufacturers: Dialight Corporation 1913 Atlantic Avenue Manasquan, NJ 08736 Telephone: (732) 223-9400 FAX: (732) 223-8788 Precision Solar Controls, Inc. 2960 Market Street Garland, TX 75041 Telephone: (972) 278-0553 FAX: (972) 271-9583 GELcore, LLC 6810 Halie Drive Valley View, OH 44125 Telsphone: (216) 606-6555 FAX: (216) 606-6556 Each LED signal module shall be designed to be installed in the doorfrarne of a standard traffic signal housing. The lamp sockef, reflector, reflector holder, and lens used with an incandescent , City of Federal Way Maiic Twain Elementary School Safe Routes To School Page 118 RFB 12-102 June 2012 I JI SPECtAL PROVISIONS lamp shall not be used in a signaf section in which a LED signal module is installed. The instatlation of an LED signal module shall not require any modification to the housing. The LED signal module shall be a single, self-contained device, not requiring on-site assembly for installation into an existing trafFic signa't housing. All red LED signal modules shall be rnanufactured with a matrix of AIInGaP LED light sources and green LED signal modules shall be manufactured with a matrix of InGaN LED light sources. The LED traffc signal module shall be operationally compatible with controllers and conflict monitors on this Project. The LED lamp unit shall contain a disconnect that will show an open switch to the conflict monitor when Jess fhan 60 percent of the LEDs in the unit are operationa�l. Each LED signal module shall conform to the current standards in Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) VTCSH Part 2 and a Certificate of Compliance with these standards shall be submitted by the manufacfiurer for each type of signal head. The certificate shall state that the lot of signal heads meets the current ITE specification. A label shall be placed on each LED signal module certifying conformance to this specification. The manufacturer's name, trademark, serial number and other necessary identification shall be permanently marked on the backside of the LED signal module. LED signat modules used on this Project shafl be from the same manufacturer. A iabel shall be provided on the LED housing and the Contractor shall mark the label with a perrnanent marker to note the installation date. LED signals shall show r�o evidence of llumination for input voltages below 35 volts. LED signals shall supply ilfumination current (unregulated) for all input voltages higher than 45 volts (and conform to appropriate intensity requirements specified above 80 volts). 9-29.16(2)B Signal Housing The following is added to the end of the first paragraph: The signal housing shall be designed to withstand winds of 80 miles per hour with a 0.25-gust factor without permanent distortion or failing (torque at attachment of 6,000 pound-feet). END OF DIVISION 9 City of Federal Way Mark Twain Elementary School Safe Routas To School Pa9e 1 i 9 RFB 12-102 I June 2012 C ��� I ' � , �'� ' ' ' ' � u ' LJ ' ' � ' u APPENDIX A FHWA 1273 ' i� Required Contract Provisions Federal-Aid Construction Contracts FHWA-1273 Electronic Version — March 10, 1994 I. General II. Nondiscrimination III. Nonsegregated Facilities IV. Payment of Predetermined Minimum Wage V. Statements and Payrolis 12 VI. Record of Materials, Supplies, and Labor 14 VII. Subletting or Assigning the Contract 14 VIII. Safety: Accident Prevention 15 IX. False Statements Conceming Highway Projects 16 X. Implementation of Clean Air Act and Federal Water Pollution Control Act XI. Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension Ineligibility, and Voluntary Exclusion XII. Certification Regarding Use of Contract Funds for Lobbying Attachments A. Employment Preference for Appalachian Contracts (included in Appalachian contracts only) 1 2 6 7 17 17 21 �� I. GENERAL 1. These contract provisions shall apply to all work perforrned on the contract by the contractor's own organization and with the assistance of workers under the contractor's immediate superintendence and to all work performed on #he contract by piecework, station work, or by subcontract. 2. Except as otherwise provided for in each section, the contractor shall insert in each subcontract all of the stipulations contained in these Required Contract Provisions, and further require their inclusion in any lower tier subcontract or purchase order that may in turn be made. The Required Contract Provisions shall not be incorporated 'by reference in any case. The prime contractor shall be responsible for compliance by any subcontractor or lower tier subcontractor with these Required Contract Provisions. 3 4 A breach of any of the stipulations contained in these Required Contract Provisions shall be sufficient grounds for termination of the contract. A breach of the following clauses of the Required Contract Provisions may also be grounds for debarment as provided in 29 CFR 5.12: Secfion I, paragraph 2; Section 1V, paragraphs 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7; Section V, paragraphs 1 and 2a through 2g. 1 5. Disputes arising out of the labor standards provisions of Section IV (except paragraph 5) and Section V of these Required Contract Provisions shall not be subject to #he general dispwtes clause of this contract. Such disputes shall be resolved in accordance with the procedures of the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) as set forth in 29 CFR 5, 6, and 7. Disputes within the meaning of this clause include disputes between the contractor (or any of its subcontractors) and the contracting agency, the DOL, or the contractor's employees or their representatives. 6. Selection of Labor: During the perFormance of fihis contract, the contractor shail not: a. discriminate against labor from any other State, possession, or fierritory of the United States (except for employment preferencs fior Appalachian contracts, when applicable, as specified in Attachment A), or b. empioy convict labor #or any purpose within the limits of the project unless it is labor perforrned by convicts who are on parole, supervised release, or probation. II. NONDISCRIMINATION (Applicable to all Federal-aid construction contracts and to all related subcontracts of $10,000 or more.) Equal Employment Opportunity: Equal employment opportunity (EEO) requirements not to discriminate and to take affirmative action to assure equal opportunity as set forth under laws, executive orders, rules, regulations (28 CFR 35, 29 CFR 1630 and 41 CFR 60) and orders of the Secretary of Labor as modified by the provisions prescribed herein, and imposed pursuant to 23 U.S.C. 140 shall consti#ute the EEO and specific affrmative action standards for the contractor's project activities under this contract. The Equal Opportunity Construction Contract Specificafions set forth under 41 CFR 60-4.3 and the provisions of the American Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 U.S.C. 12101 et se�c .) set forth under 28 CFR 35 and 29 CFR 1630 are incorporated by reference in this contract. I:n the execution of this contract, the contractor agrees to comply with the foltowing minimum specific requirement activifiies of EEO: F� � The contractor will work with the State highway agency (SHA) and the Federal Government in carrying out EEO obligations and in their review of'his/her activities under the contract. The contractor will accept as his operating policy the following statement: "It is the policy of this Company to assure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment, without regard to their race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age or disability. Such action shall include: employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruitment or recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship, preapprenticeship, and/or on-the job training." 2 2. EEO Officer: The contractor will designate and make known to the SMA contracting officers an EEO Officer who will have the responsibility for and must be capable of effectively adminis#ering and promoting an active contractor program of EE0 and who must be assigned adequate authority and responsibilityto do so. 3. Dissemination of Policy: A�I members of the contractor's staff who are authorized to hire, supervise, promote, and discharge employees, or who recommend such action, or who are swbstantially involved in such action, will be made fully cognizant of, and wili implement, the contractor's EEO policy and contractual responsibilities to provide EEO in each grade and classification of employment. To ensure tha# the above agreement will be met, the following actions will be taken as a minimum: a. Peniodic meetings of supervisory and personnel office employees will be conducted before the start of work and then not less often than once every six months, at which time the contractor's EEO policy and its implementation will be reviewed and explained. The meetings will be conducted by the EEO Officer. b. All new supervisary or personnel office employees will be given a thorough , indoctrination by the EEO Offcer, covering all major aspects of the contractor's EEO obligations within thirty days following their reporting for duty with the contractor. � � � L � � C L__1 � ' , LJ c. All personnel who are engaged in direct recruitmentfor the project w�ll be instructed by the EEO Officer in the contractor's procedures for locating and hiring minority group employees, d. Notices and posters setting forth the contractor's EEO policy will be placed in areas readily accessible to employees, applicants for employment and potential employees. e. The contractor's EEO policy and the procedures to implement such policy will be brought to the attention of employees by means of ineetings, employee handbooks, or other appropriate means. 4. Recruitment: When advertising for employees, the contractor will include in all advertisements for employees the notation: "An Equal OpporEunity Empioyer." All such advertisements will be placed in publications having a large circulation among r�inority groups in the area from which the project work force would normally be derived. a. The contractor will, unless prectuded by a valid bargaining agreemerat, conduct systematic and direct recruitment through public and private employee referral sources Iikely to yield qualifed minority group applicants. To meet this requirement, the contractor will identify sources of potential minority group employees, and es#ablish with such iden3ified sources procedures whereby minority group applicants may be referred to the contractor for employment consideration. b. I�n the event the contractor has a valid bargaining agreement providing for exclusive hiring hall referrals, he is expected to observe the provisions of that agreement to the extent that the system permits the contractor's compliance with EEO contraet provisions. (The DOL has held that where implementation of such agreements have 3 �l the effect of discriminating against minorities or women, or obligates the contractor to do the same, such :implementation violates Executive Order 11246, as amended.) c. The contractor will encourage his present employees to refer minocity group applicants for employment. Information and procedures with regard to referring minority group applicants will be discussed with employees. 5. Personnel Actions: Wages, working conditions, and employee benefits shall be established and administered, and personnel actions of every type, including hiring, upgrading, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, and terminaUon, shall be taken without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability. The following procedures shall be followed: a. � c. The contractor will conduct periodic inspections of project sites to insure that working conditions and employee facilities do not indicate discriminatory treatment of project site personnel. The contractor will periodically evaluate the spread of wages paid within each classification to determine any evidence of discriminatory wage practices. The contractor will periodically review selected personnel actions in depth to determine whether there is evidence of discrimination. Where evidence is found, the contractor will promptly take corrective action. If the review indicates that the discrimination may extend beyond the actions reviewed, such corrective action shall include all affected persons. The con#ractor will promptly investigate all complaints of alleged discrimination made to the contractor :in connection with his obligations under this contract, will attempt to resolve such complaints, and will take appropriate corrective action within a reasonable time. If the investigation indica#es that the discrimination may affect persons other than the complainant, such corrective action shall include such other persons. Upon completion of each investigation, the contractor will inform every complainant of all of his avenues of appeal. 6. Training and Promotion: a. The contractor will assist in locating, qualifying, and increasing the skills of minority group and women employees, and applicants for employment. b. Consistent with the contractor's work force requirements and as permissible under Federal and State regulations, the contractor shall make full use of training programs, i.e., apprenticeship, and on-the-job training programs for the geographical area of contract performance. Where feasible, 25 percent of apprentices or trainees in each occupation shall be in their first year ofi apprenticeship or training. In the event a special provision for training is provided under this contract, this subparagraph will be superseded as indicated in the speeial provision. c. The contractor will advise employees and applicants for employment of available training programs and entrance requirements for each. 4 � � � , ' L�J LJ ' u �� � � ' C' n I � �I � � � ' d. The contractor wili periodicatly review the training and promotion potential of minority group and women employees and will encourage eligible employees to apply for such training and promotion. Unions; If the contractor relies in whole or in part upon unions as a source of employees, the contractor wili use his/her best efforts to obtain the cooPeration of such unions to increase oppoctunities for minority groups and women within the unions, and to effect referrals by such unions of minority and female employees. Acfiions by the contractor either directly or through a contractor's association acting as agent wifl include the procedures set forth below: a. The contractor will use best efforts to develop, in cooperation with the unions, joint training programs aimed toward qualifying more minority group members and women for membership in the unions and increasing the skills of minority group employees and women so that they may qualify for higher paying employment. b. The contractor will use best efforts to incorporate an EEO clause into each union agreement to the end that such union will be contractually bound to refer applicants without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability. c. The contractor is to obtain information as to the referral practices and policies of the labor union except that to the extent such information is within the exclusive possession of the iabor union and such labor union refuses to fumish such infarmation to the contractor, the contractor shall so certify to the SHA and shall set forth what efforts have been made to obtain such information. d. in the event the union is unable to provide ihe contractor with a reasonable flow of minority and women referrals within the time limit set forth in the collective bargaining agreement, the contractor will, thcough independent recruitment efforts, fill the employment vacancies without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability; making full efforts to obtain qualified and/or qual'�'iable minority group persons and women. (The DOL has held that it shall be no excuse that the union with which the contractor has a collective bargaining agreement providing for exclusive referral failed to refer minority employees.) In the event the union referral practice prevents the contractor from meeting the obligations pursuant " to Executive Order 11246, as amended, and these special provisions, such contractor shall immediately nofiify the SHA. 8. Selection of Subcontractors, Procurement of Materials and Leasing of Equipment: The contractor shall not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability in the selection and retention of subcontractors, including procwrement of materials and leases of equipment. a. The contractor shall notify all potentiai subcontractors and suppliers of his/her EEO obligations under this contract. b. Disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE), as defined in 49 C�FR 23, shall have equal opportunity to compete for and perForm subcontracts which the contractor enters into pursuant to this con#ract. The contractor will use his best efforts to solicit bids from and to u#ilize DBE subcontractors or subcontractors with meaningful '� ' minority group and female representation among their employees. Coratractors shall obtain lists of DBE construction firms from SHA personnel. � c. The contractor will use his best efforts to ensure subcontractor compliance with their EEO obiigations. � 9. Records and Reports: The contractor shall keep such records as necessary to document compliance with the EEO requirements. Such records shall be retained for a period of three ' years following completion of the contract work and shall be available at reasonable times and places for inspection by authorized representatives of the SHA and the FMWA. � a. The records kept by the contractor shall document the following: 1. The number of minority and non-minority group members and women employed in each work classification on the project; 2. The progress and efforts being made in cooperation with unions, when applicable, to increase employment opportunities for minorities and women; 3. The progress and efforts being made in locating, hiring, training, qualifying, and upgrading minority and female employees; and 4. The progress and efforts being made in securing the services of DBE subcontractors or subcontractors with meaningful minority and female representation among their employees. b. The contractors will submit an annual report to the SHA each July for the duration of the project, indicating the number of minority, women, and non-minvrity group employees currently engaged in each work classification required by the contract work. This information is to be reported on Form FHWA-1391. If on-the job tcaining is being required by special provision, the contractor will be required to coltect and report training data. � tdONSEGREGATED FACILITIES (Applicable to all Federal-aid construction contracts and to all related subcontracts of $10,000 or more.) a. By submission of this bid, the execution of fhis contract or subcontract, or the consummation of this material supply agreement or purchase order, as appropriate, the bidder, Federal-aid construction contractor, subcontractor, materiai supplier, or vendor, as appropriate, certifies that the firm does not maintain or provide for its employees any segregated faciFities at any of its establishments, and that the firm does not permit its employees to perForm their services at any location, under its control, where segregated facilities are maintained. The firm agrees that a breach of fhis certification is a violation of the EEO provisions of this contract. The firm further certifies that no employee will be denied access to adequate facilities on the basis of sex or disability. b. As used in this certification, the term "segregated #acilities" means any waiting rooms, work areas, restrooms and washrooms, restaurants and other eating areas, timedocks, locker rooms, and ofiher storage or dressi.ng areas, parking lots, drinking fourntains, recreation or entertainment areas, transportation, and housing facilities provide8 for employees which are segregated by explicit directive, or are, in fact, segregated on the basis of race, color, :� � � � ��� � � religion, national origin, age or d:isability, because of habit, local custom, or ofherwise. The only exception will be for the disabled when the demands for accessibility override (e.g. disabled parking). c. The contractor agrees that it has obtained or will obtain identical certification from proposed subcontractors or material suppliers prior to award of subcontracts or consummation of material supply agreements of $10,000 or more and that it will retain such cert4fications in its files. 'IV. PAYMENT OF PREDETERMINED MINIMUM WAGE ' (Applicable to all Federal-aid construction contracts exceeding $2,000 and to all related subcontracts, except for projects located on roadways classified as local :roads or rural minor collectors, which are exempt.) i� � L� J L�J ' ' ' L� 1 ' , � lJ Genecal: a. All mechanics and laborers empioyed or working upon the site of the work will be paid unconditionally and not less often than once a week and without subsequent deduction or rebate on any account [except such payroll deductions as are permitted by regulations (29 CFR 3) issued by the Secretary of Labor under the Copeland Act (40 U.S.C. 276c)] the full amounts of wages and bona fde fringe benefits (or cash equivalents thereofl due at time of payment: The payment shall be computed at wage rates not less than those contained in the wage determination of the Secretary of Labor (hereinafter "fhe wage determination") which is attached hereto and made a part hereof, regardless of any contcactual relationship which may be alleged to exist between the contractor or its subcontractors and such laborers and mechanics. The wage determination (including any additional classifcations and wage rates conformed under paragraph 2 of this Section IV and the DOL poster (WH-1321) or Form FHWA-1495) shall be posted at all #imes by the con#ractor and its subcontractors at the site of the work in a prominent and accessible place where it can be easily seen by the workers. For the purpose of this Section, contributions made or costs reasonably anticipated for bona fide fringe benefits under Section 1(b)(2) of the Davis-Bacon Act (40 U.S.C. 276a) on behalf of laborers or mechanics are considered wages paid to such laborers or mechanics, subject to the provisions of Section IV, paragraph 3b, hereof. Also, for the purpose of this Section, regular contributions made or cos#s incurred for more than a weekly period (but not less often than quarterly) under plans, funds, or programs, wh�ich cover the particular weekly period, are deemed to be constructively made or incurred during such weekly period. Such laborers and mechanics shail be paid the appropriate wage rate and fringe benefits on the wage determination for the classification of work actually performed, without regard to skill, except as provided in paragraphs 4 and 5 of this Section IV. b. Laborers or mechanics performing work in more than one classification may be compensated at the rate specified for each classification for the time actually worked therein, provided, #hat the employer's payroN records 7 � accurately set forth the time spent in each classification in which work is perFormed. c. Alt rulings and interpretations of the Davis-Bacon Act and related acts contained in 29 CFR 1, 3, and 5 are herein incorporated by reference in this contract. 2 Classification: a. The SHA contracting officer shail require that any class of laborers or mechanics employed under the contract, which is not listed in the wage determination, shall be cfassified in conformance with the wage determinafiion. b. The contracting officer shall approve an additional classification, wage rate and fringe benefits only when the following criteria have been met: the work to be pertormed by the additional classification requested is not performed by a classifcation in the wage dete�rnination; 2. the additional classification is utilized in the area by the constcuction industry; 3. the proposed wage rate, including any bona fide fringe benefits, bears a reasonable relationship to the wage rates con#ained in the wage determination; and 4. with respect to helpers, when such a classification prevails in the area in which the work is perfiormed. c. If the contractor or subcontractors, as appropriate, the laborers and mechanics (if known) to be employed in the additional classifcation or their representatives, and the contracting officer agree on the classification and wage rate (including the amount designated for ftinge benefits where appropriate), a repo�t of the action taken shall be sent by the contracting officer to the DOL, Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division, Employment Standards Administration, Washington, D.C. 20210. The Wage and Hour Administrator, or an authorized representative, will approve, modify, or disapprove every additional classification action within 30 days of receipt and so advise the contracting officer or will notify the contracting officer within the 30-day period that additional time is necessary. In the event the conUactor or subcontractors, as appropriate, the laborers or :mechanics to be employed in the additional classification or their representatives, and the contracting officer do not agree on the proposed classification and wage rate (including #he amount designated for fringe benefits, where appropriate), the contracting officer shall refer the questions, including the views of all interested parties and the recommendation of the contracting officer, to the Wage and Hour Administrator for determination. Said Administrator, or an authorized representative, will issue a determination within 30 days of receipt and so advise the contracting officer or will notify the contracting officer within the 30-day period � , ' ' ' �J � � � , 3. 4. that additional time is necessary. e. The wage rate (including fringe benefits where appropriate) determined pursuant to paragraph 2c or 2d of this Section IV shall be paid to all workers perForming work in the additional classification from the first day on which work is performed in the classification. Payment of Fringe Benefits: a. Whenever the minimum wage rate prescribed in the contract for a class of laborers or mechanics includes a fringe benefit which is not expressed as an houcly rate, the contractor or subcontractors, as appropriate, shall either pay the benefit as stated in the wage determination or shall pay another bona fide finge benefit or an hourly case equivalent thereaf. b. If the contractor or subcontractor, as appropriate, does not make payments to a trustee or other third person, he/she may consider as a part of the wages of any laborer or mechanic the amount of any costs reasonably antiapated in providing bona fide fringe benefits under a plan or program, provided, that the Secretary of Labor has found, upon the written request of the contractor, that the applicable standards of the Davis-6acon Act have been met. The Secretary of Labor may require the contractor to set aside in a separate account assets for the meeting of obligations under the plan or program. Apprentices and Trainees (Programs of the U.S. DOL) and Helpers: a. Appre ntices: 1. Apprentices will be permitted to work at less than the predetermined rate for the ' work they performed when they are employed pursuant to and individually registered in a bona fide apprenticeship program registered with the DOL, Employment and Training Administration, Bureau of Apprenticeship and ' Training, or with a State apprenticeship agency recognized by the Bureau, or if a person is employed in his/her first 90 days of probationary employment as an apprentice in such an apprenticeship program, who is not individually registered ' in the program, but who has been certified by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training or a State apprenticeship agency{where appropriate) to be eligible for probationary employment as an apprentice. L_J � LJ � lJ 2. The allowable ratio of apprentices to joumeyman-level employees on the job site in any craft classification shall not be greater than the ratio permitted to the contractor as to the entire work force under the registered program. Any employee listed on a payroll at an appren#ice wage rate, who is not registered or otherwise employed as stated above, shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate listed in the wage deterrnination for the classification of work actually performed. in addition, any apprentice performing work on the job site in excess of the ratio permitted under the registered program shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the work actually pecfiormed. Where a contractor or subcontractor is performing construction on a project in a locality other than that in which its program is registered, fhe ratios and wage rates (expressed in percentages of the joumeyman-level houriy rate) � C� specified in the contractor's or subcontracto�'s registered program shall be observed. 3. Every apprentice must be paid at not less than the rate specified in the registered program for the apprentice's level of progress, expressed as a percentage of the journeyman-level hourly rate specified in the applicable wage determination. Apprentices shall be paid fringe benefits in accordance with the provisions of the apprenticeship program. If the apprenticeship program does not specify fringe benefits, apprentices must be paid the full amount of fringe benefits listed on the wage determination for the applicabie classification. 'If the Administrator for the Wage and Hour Division determines that a different practice prevails for the applicable ap.prentice ciassification, fringes shall be paid in accordance with that determination. 4. In the event the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, or a State apprenticeship agency recognized by the Bureau, withdraws approval of an apprenticeship program, the contractor or subcontractor will no longer be permitted to utilize apprentices at less tihan the applicable,predetermined rate for the cornparable work perfiormed by regular employees until an acceptable program is approved. b. Train ees: 1. Except as provided in 29 CFR 5.16, trainees will not be permitted to work at less than the predetermined rate for #he work perFormed unless they are employed pursuant to and individually registered in a program which has received prior approval, evidenced by formal certification by the DOL, Employment and Training Administration. 2. The ratio of trainees to joumeyman-level employees on the job site shall not be greater than permitted under the plan approved by the Employment and Training Administration. Any employee listed on the payroll at a trainee rate who is not registered and participating in a training plan approved by the Employment and Training Administra#ion shall be paid not iess than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the classification of work actually pertormed. In addition, any trainee performing work on the job site in excess of the ratio permitted under the registered program shall be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage determination for the work actually performed. 3. Every trainee must be paid at not less than the rate specifed in the approved program for his/her level of progress, expressed as a percentage of the journeyman- level hourly rate speci.fied in the applicable wage determination. Trainees shall be paid fringe benefits in accordance with the provisions of the trainee program. If the trainee program does not mention fringe benefits, trainees shall be paid the full amount of fringe benefits listed on the wage determination unless the Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division determines that there is an apprenticeship program associated with the corresponding journeyman-level wage rate on the wage determination which provides fior less than full fringe benefits for apprentices, in which case such trainees shall receive the same fringe benefits as apprentices. 10 � 4. In the event the Employment and Training Administration withdraws approvai of a , training program, the contractor or subcontractor will no �longer be permitted to utilize trainees at less than the applicable predetermined rate fior the wock performed until an acceptable program is approved. � CJ ' ' ' , ' , ' ' u , u ' lJ u 5. 6. 7 c. Help ers: Hel,pers wili be permitted to work on a projec# if the helper classification is specified and defined on the applicable wage determination or is appcoved pursuant to the conformance procedure set forth in Section iV.2. Any worker listed on a payroll at a helper wage rate, who is not a helper under a approved definition, shail be paid not less than the applicable wage rate on the wage deteemination for the classification of work actually performed. Apprentices and Trainees (Programs of the U.S. DOT): Apprentices and trainees working under appcenticeship and skill training programs which have been cer6fied by the Secretary of Transportation as ;promoting EEO in connection with Federal-aid highway construction programs are not subject to the requirements of paragraph 4 of this Section IV. The straight time hourly wage rates for apprentices and trainees under such programs will be established by the particular programs. The ratio of apprentices and trainees to joumeymen shall not be greater than permitted by the terms of the particular program. Withholding: The SHA shall upon its own action or upon written request of an authorized representative of the DOL withhold, or cause to be withheld, from the contractor or subcontractor under this contract or any other Federal contract with the same prime contractor, or any other Federally-assisted contract subject to Davis-Bacon prevailing wage requirements which is held by the same prime contractor, as much of the accrued payments or advances as may be considered necessary to pay laborers and mechanics, including apprentices, Uainees, and helpers, employed by the contractor or any subcontractor the full amount of wages required by the contract. In the event of failure to pay any laborer or mechanic, inciuding any apprentice, trainee, or helper, employed or working on the si#e of the work, all or part of the wages required by the contract, the SHA contracting officer may, after written notice to the contractor, take such action as may be necessary to cause the suspension of any further payment, advance, or guarantee of funds until such violations have ceased. Overtime Requirements: No contractor or subcontractor contracting for any part of the contract work which may require or involve the employment of laborers, mechanics, watchmen, or guards (including apprentices, trainees, and helpers described in paragraphs 4 and 5 above) shall require or permit any laborer, mechanic, watchman, or guard in any workweek in which he/she is employed on such work, to work in excess of 40 hours in such workweek unless such laborer, mechanic, watchman, or guard receives compensation at a rate not less than one- and-one-half times hislher basic rate of pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours in such workweek. 11 �I 8. Violation: Liability for Unpaid Wages; Liquidated Damages: In the event of any violation of the clause set forth in paragraph 7 above, the contractor and any subcontractor responsible thereof shail be Jiable to the affected employee for his/her unpaid wages. In addition, such contractor and subcontractor shall be liable to the United States (in the case of work done under contract for the District of Columbia or a territory, to such District or to such territory) for liquidated darnages. Such liquidated damages shall be computed with respect to each individual laborer, mechanic, watchman, or guard employed in violation of the clause set forth in paragraph 7, in the sum of $10 for each calendar day on which such employee was required or permitted to work in excess of the standard work week of 40 hours without payment of the overtime wages required by the clause set forth in paragcaph 7. 9. Withholding for Unpaid Wages and Liquidated Damages: The SHA shal�l upon its own action or upon written request of any authorized representative of the DOL withhold, or cause to be withheld, from any monies payable on account of work performed by the contractor or subcontractor under any such contract or any other Federal contract with the same prime contractor, or any other Federally-assisted contract subject to the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act, which is held by the same prime contractor, such sums as may be determined to be necessary to satisfy any liabilities of such contractor or subcontractor for unpaid wages and liquidated damages as provided in the clause set forth in paragraph 8 above. V. STATEMENTS AND PAYROLLS (Applicable to all Federal-aid construction contracts exceeding $2,OU0 and to all related subcontrac#s, except #or projects located on roadways classified as local roads or rural collectors, which are exempt.) 1. Compliance with Copeland Regulations (29 CFR 3): The contractor shatl comply with the Copeland Regulations of the Secretary of Labor which are herein incorporated by reference. 2. Payrolls and Payroll Records: a. Payrolls and basic records retating thereto shall be maintained by the contractor and each subcontractor during the course of the work and preserved for a period of 3 years from the date of completion of the contract for all laborers, mechanics, apprentices, trainees, watchmen, helpers, and guarcfs working at the site of the work. b. The payroll records shall contain the name, social security number, and address of each such employee; his or her correct classification; hourly rates of wages ,paid (including rates of contributions or costs anticipated for bona fide fringe benefits or cash equivalent thereof the types described in Section 1(bx2)(B) of fhe Davis Bacon Act); daily and weekly number of hours worked; deductions made; and actual wages paid. In addition, for Appalachian contracts, the payroll records shall contain a notation indicating whether the employee does, or does not, normally reside in the 12 � I ' , � CI CJ LJ , C I labor area as defined in Attachment A, paragraph 1. Whenever t'he Secretary of Labor, pursuant to Section IV, paragraph 3b, has found that the wages of any laborer or mechanic include the amount of any costs reasonably anticipated in providing benefits under a plan or program described in Section 1(b)(2)(B) of the Davis Bacon Act, the contractor and each subcontractor shall maintain records which show that the commitment to provide such benefits is enforceable, that the plan or program is financially responsible, that the pian or program has been communicated in writing to the laborers or mechanics affected, and show the cost anticipated or the actual cost incurred in providing benefits. Contractors or subcontractors employing apprentices or trainees under approved programs shall maintain written evidence of the registration of apprentices and trainees, and ratios and wage rates prescribed in the applicable programs. c. Each contractor and subcontractor shall furnish, each week in which any contract work is perforrned, to t�he SHA resident engineer a payroll of wages paid each of its employees (including appcentices, trainees, and helpers, described in Section IV, paragraphs 4 and 5, and watchmen and guards engaged on work during the preceding weekly payroll period). The payroll submitted shall set out accurately and cornpletely all of the information required to be maintained under paragraph 2b of this Section V. This inforrnation may be submitted in any form desired. Optional Form WH-347 is available for this purpose and may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents (Federal stodc number 029-U05-0014-1), U.S. Govemment Printing O�ce, Washington, D.C. 20402. The prime contractor is responsible for the submission of copies of payrolls by al'I subcontractors. d. Each payroll submitted shafl be accompanied by a"Statement of Compliance," , signed by the contractor or subcontractor or his/her agent who pays or supervises the payment of the persons employed under the cantract and shall certify the following: � ' ' ' '�J �n �� I� ' 1. that the payroll for the payroll period contains the information required to be maintained under paragraph 2b of this Section V and that such information is correct and complete; 2. that such laborer or mechanic (including eadi helper, apprentice, and trainee) employed on the contract during the payroll period has been paid the full weekly wages eamed, without rebate, either directly or indirectly, and that no deductions have been made either directly or indirectly fran the full wages earned, other than permissible deductions as set forth in the Regulations, 29 CFR 3; 3. that each laborer or mechanic has been paid not less that the applicable wage rate and fringe benefits or cash equivalent for the classification of worked performed, as specfied in the applicable wage determination incarporated into the contract. e. The weekly submission of a properly executed certification set forth on the reverse side of Optional Form WH-347 shall satisfy the requirement for submission of the "Statement of Comptiance" required by paragraph 2d of this Section V. 13 ' ' f. The falsification of any of the above certifications may subject the contractor to civil or criminal prosecution under 18 U.S.C. 1001 and 31 U.S.C. 231. ' g. The contractor or subcontractor shall make the records required under paragraph 2b of this Section V available for inspection, copying, or transcription by authorized representatives of the SHA, the FHWA, or the DOL, and shall permit such representatives to interview employees during working hours on the job. lf the contractor or subcontractor fails to submit the required records or to make them available, the SHA, the FHWA, the DOL, or all may, after written notice to the con�ractor, sponsor, applicant, or owner, take such actions as may be necessary to cause the suspension of any further payment, advance, or guarantee of funds. Furthermore, failure to swbmit the required records upon request or to make such records available may be grounds for debarment aetion pursuant to 29 CFR 5.12. VI RECORD OF MATERIALS, SUPPLIES, AND LABOR 1. On all Federal-aid contracts on the National Highway 8ystem, except those which provide solely for the installation of protective devices at railroad grade crossings, those which are constructed on a force account or direct labor basis, highway beautfication contracts, and contracts for which the total final construation cost for roadway and bridge is less than $1,000,000 (23 CFR 635) the contractor shall: a. Become familiar with the list of specific materials and supplies contained in Form FHWA-47, "Statement of Materials and Labor Used by Contractor of Highway Constn,iction lnvolving Federal Funds," prior to the commencement of work under this contract. b. Maintain a cecord of the total cost of all materials and supplies purchased for and incorporated in the work, and also of the quantities of those specific materials and supplies listed on Form FHWA-47, and in the units shown on Form FHWA-47. c. fumish, upon the completion of the contract, to the SHA resident engineer on Form FHWA-47 together with the data required in paragraph 1 b relative to materials and supplies, a final labor summary of all contract work indicating the total hours worked and the total amount earned. 2. At the prime contractor's option, either a single report covering all contract work or separate reports for the contractor and for each subcontract shall be submitted. V11. SUBLETTING OR ASSIGNING THE CONTRACT 1. The contractor sfiall perform with its own organization contract work amounting to not less than 30 percent (or a greater percentage if specified elsewhere in the contract) of the total original contract prace, excluding any specialty items designated by the State. Specialty items may be performed by subcontract and the amount of any such specialty items performed may be deducted from fihe total original contraat price before computing the amount of work required to be ,perFormed by the contractor's own organization (23 CFR 635). i4 ' � � ' ' '� ' � � ' ' ' � , �� II C , ' a. "Its own organization" shall be construed to include only wor�kers employed and paid directly by the prime contractor and equipment owned or ren#ed by fhe prime contractor, with or wifhout operators. Such term does not include employees or equipment of a subcontractor, assignee, or agent of the prime contractor. b. "Specialty Items" shall be construed to be limited to work that requires highly specialized knowledge, abilities, or equi,pment not ordinarily available in the type of contracting organizations qualified and expected to bid on the contract as a whole and in generai are #o be limited to minor components of the overa.11 contract. 2. The contract amount upon which the requirements set forth in paragraph 1 0# Section VI� is computed inciudes the cost of material and manufactured products which are to be purchased or produced by the contractor under the contract provisions. 3. The contractor shall furnish (a) a competent superintendent or supervisor who is employed by the firm, has full authority to direct perFocmance of #he work in accordance with the contract requirements, and is in charge of all construction operations (regardless.of who performs the work) and (b) such other of its own organizational resources (supervision, management, and engineering services) as the SHA contracting officer determines is necessary to assure the performance of the contract. 4. No portion of the contract shall be sublet, assigned or otherwise ciisposed of exce�it with the written consent of the SHA contracting officer, or authorized representative, and such consent when given shall not be construed to relieve the contractor of any responsibility for the fulfillment of the contract. Written consent will be given only a#ter the SHA has assured that each subcontract is evidenced in writing and that it contains all pertinent provisions and requirements of the prime contract. VIII. SAFETY: ACCIDENT PREVENTION 1. In the performance of this contract the contractor sha11 comply with all appl'rcable Federal, State, and local laws goveming safety, hea�h, and sanitation (23 CFR 635). The contractor shall provide all safeguards, safety devices and protective equipment and take any other needed actions as it determines, or as the SHA contracting officer may determine, to be reasonably necessary to protect the life and health of employees on the job and the safety of the public and to protect property in connection with the performance of the work covered by the contract. 2. It is a condition of this contract, and shall be made a condition of each subcontract, which the contractor enters into pursuant to this contract, that the contractor and any subcontractor shall not permit any employee, in performance of the contract, to work in surroundings or under conditions which are unsanitary, hazardous or dangerous to his/her health or safety, as determined under construction safety and health standards (29 CFR 1926) promulgated by the Secretary of tabor, in accordance wifh Section 107 of the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.C. 333). 15 � 3. Pursuant to 29 CFR 1926.3, it is a condition of this contract that the Secretary of Labor or authorized representative thereof, shall have right of entry to any site of contract performance to inspect or investigate the matter of compliance with the construction safety and health s#andards and to carry out the duties of the Secretary under Section 107 of the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act (40 U.S.C. 333). IX. FALSE STATEMENTS CONCERNING HIGHWAY PROJECTS In order to assure high quality and durable construction in conformity with approved plans and specifications and a high degree of reliability on statements and representations made by engineers, contractors, suppliers, and workers on Federal-aid highway projects, it is essential that aH persons concerned with the project perform their functions as carefully, thoroughly, and honestly as possible. Willful falsification, distortion, or misrepresentation with respect to any facts related to the project is a violation of Federal law. To prevent any misunderstanding regarding the seriousness of these and similar acts, the following notice shall be posted on each 'Federal-aid highway project (23 CFR 635) in one or more places where it is readily available to all persons concerned with the project: NOTICE TO ALL PERSONNEL ENGAGED ON FEDERAL-AID HIGHWAY PROJECTS 18 U�.S.C. 1020 reads as follows: "Whoever, being an o�cer, agent, or employee of the United States, or of any State or Te►ritory, or whoever, whether a person, associafion, �rm, or corporatlon, knowingly makes any false sfatement, fa/se representation, or false report as to the character, qualify, quantity, or cost of the material used or to be used, or fhe quantity or quality of fhe work performed or to be performed, or the cost thereof in connection with the submission of plans, maps, specifications, contracts, or costs of construction on any highway or related project submitted for approval to the Secretary of Transportation; or Whoever knowingly makes any false statement, fa/se representation, fa/se report or fa/se claim wifh respecf to the character, quality, quantity, or cost of any work performed or to be performed, or materials fumished or to be furnished, in connection with the construction of any highway or related projecf approved by the Secretary of Transportation; or Whoever knowingiy makes any false statement or false representation as to material fact in any statement, certificafe, or report submiited pursuant to provisions of the Federal-aid Roads Act appmved July 1, 1916, (39 Stat. 355), as amended and supp/emented; Shall be fined not more that $10, 000 or imprisoned not more than 5 years or both. " 16 � �J � � lJ � 1 C f_. l X. IMPLEMENTATION OF CLEAN AIR ACT AND FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT (Applicable to all Federal-aid construction con#racts and to all related subcontracts of $100,000 or more.) By submission of #his bid or the execution of this contract, or subcontract, as appropriate, the bidder, Federal-aid construction contractor, or subcontractor, as appropriate, will be deemed to have stipulated as follows: 1. That any faciliry that is or will be utilized in the performance of this contract, uniess such contract is exempt under the Clean Air Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1857 et se�c. ., as amended by Pub.L. 91-604), and under the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended (33'U.S.C. 1251 et seg., as amended by Pub.L. 92-500), Executive Order 11738, and regulations in implementation thereof (40 CFR 15) is not listed, on #he date of contract award, on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List of Violating Facilities pursuant to 40 CFR 15.20. 2. That the firm agrees to comply and remain in compliance with all the requirements of Section 114 of the Clean Air Act and Section 3U8 of the Federai Water Poltution Control Act and all regulations and guidelines listed thereunder. 3. That the firm shall promptly notify the SHA of the receipt of any comrnunica#ion from the Director, Offce of Federal Activities, EPA, indicating that a facility that is or will be utilized for the contract is wnder consideration to be listed on the EPA List of Violating Facil'�ies. 4. That the firm agrees to include or cause to be included the requirements of paragraph 1 ' through 4 of this Section X in every nonexempt subcontract, and further agrees to take such action as the government may direct as a means of enforang such requirements. ' XI. CERTIFICATION REGARDING DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, INELIGIBILITY AND VOLUNTARY EXCLUSION ' LJ lJ � ' ' LJ� 1. Instructions for Certification - Primary Covered Transactions: (Applicable to all Federal-aid contracts - 49 CFR 29) a. By signing and submitting this proposal, the prospective primary participant is providing the certification set out below. b. The inability of a person to provide the certification set out below witl not necessarily result in denial of participation in this covered transaction. The prospective participant shall submit an explanation of why it cannot provide the certification set out below. The certification or explanation will be considered in connection with the department or agency's determination whether to enter into this transaction. However, failure of the prospective primary participant to fumish a certification or an explanation shall disqualify sueh a person from participation in this transaction. 17 � c. The certification in this clause is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when the department or agency determined to enter in#o this transaction. If it is later determined that the prospective primary participant knowingly rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to other remedies available to the Federal Govemment, the department or agency may terminate this transaction for cause of default. d. The prospective primary participant shall pro�ide immediate written notice to the department or agency to whom this proposal is submitted if any time the prospective primary participant learns tha# its certification was erroneows when submitted or has become erroneous by reason of changed circumstances. e. The terms "covered transaction," "debarred," "suspended," "ineligible," "lower tier covered transaction ° BPtICI ant �� person , ° ° � " p p primary covered transaction, "principai," "proposal," and "voluntarily excluded," as used in this clause, have the meanings set out in the Definitions and Coverage sections o# rules implementing Executive Order 12549. You may contact the department or agency to which this proposal is submitted for assistance in obtaining a copy of those regulations. f. The prospective primary participant agrees by submitting this proposal that, should the proposed covered transaction be entered into, it shall not knowingly enter into any lower tier covered transaction with a person who is debarred, suspended, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participafion in this covered transaction, unless authorized by the department or agency entering into this transaction. g. The prospective primary participant further agrees 'by submitting this proposal that it will include the clause titled "Certification Regarding Debacment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion-Lower Tier Covered Transaction," provided by the department or agency entering into this covered transaction, without modification, in all lower tier covered transactioris and in all solicitations for lower tier covered transactions. h. A participant in a covered transaction may rely upon a certification of a prospective participant in a lower tier covered transaction that is not debarred, suspended, ineligible, or voluntarily exGuded from the covered transaction, unless it knows that the certification is erroneous. A participant may decide the method and frequency by which it determines the eligibility of its principals. Each pacticipant may, but is not required to, check the nonprocurement portion of the "Lists of Parties Excluded From federal Procurement or Nonprocurement Programs" (Nonprocurement List) wh.ich is compiled by the General Services Administration. Nothing contained in the foregoing shall be construed to require establishment of a system of records in order to render in good faith the certification required by fhis clause. The knowledge and information of participant is not required to exceed that which is normally possessed by a prudent person in the ordinary course of business dealings. 18 ' � ' � � J �I ' , � LJ LJ j. Except for transactions authorized under paragraph f of these instructions, if a participant in a covered transaction knowingly enters into a lower tier covered transaction with a person who is suspended, debarred, ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction, in addition to other remedies available to the Federal Gouernment, the department or agency may terminate this transaction for cause or default. ***�* Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, lneligibility and Voluntary Exclusion- -Primary Covered Transactions 1. The prospective primary participant certi�ies to the best of its knowledge and belief, that it and its principals: a. Are not presently debarred, suspernded, proposed for debarment, declared ineligibie, or voluntarily excluded from covered transactions by any Federal deparbnent or agency; b. Mave not within a 3-year period preceding this proposal been convicted of or had a civil judgement rendered against them for commission of fraud or a criminal oifense in connection with obtaining, attempting to obtain, or performing a pubiic (Federal, State or local) transaction or contract under a public transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust statutes or commission of embealement, theft, forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records, making false s#atements, or receiving stolen property; c. Are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally or civilly charged by a govemmental entity (Federal, State or local) with commission of any of the offenses enumerated in paragraph 1 b of this certification; and d. Have not within a 3-year period preceding this application/proposal had one or more public transactions (Federal, State or local) terminated for cause or default. 2. Where the prospective primary participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in ' this certification, such prospective participant shall attach an explanation to this proposal. �;I � u ' � ' ***** 2. Instructions for Certification - Lower Tier Covered Transactions: (Applicable to all subcontracts, purchase orders and other lower tier transactions of $25,000 or more - 49 CFR 29) a. By signing and submitting this proposal, the prospective lower tier is providing the certification set out below. 19 ll b. The certification in this clause is a material representation of fact wpon which reliance was placed when this transaction was entered into. If it is later determined that the prospective lower tier participant knowingly rendered an erroneous certification, in addition to other remedies available to the Federal Govemment, the department, or agency with which this transaction originated may pursue available remedies, including suspension and/or debarment. c. The prospective lower tier participant shali provide immediate written notice to the person to which this proposal is submitted :if at any time the prospective lower tier participant leams that its certification was erroneous by reason of changed circumstances. d. The terms "covered transaction," "debarred," "suspended," "ineligible,° "primary covered transaction," "participant," "person," "principal," "proposal," and "voluntarily excluded," as used in this clause, have the meanings set out in the Definitions and Coverage sections of rules implementing Executive Order 12549. You may contact the person to which this proposal is submitted for assistance in obtaining a copy of those regulations. e. The prospective lower tier participant agrees by submitting this proposal thaf, should the proposed covered transaction be entered into, it shall not knowingly enter into any lower tier covered transaction with a person who is debarred, suspended, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this covered transaction, unless authorized by the department or agency with which this transaction originated. f. The prospective lower tier participant further agrees by submitting this proposal that it will include this clause titled "Certiflcation Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion-Lower Tier Covered Transaction," without modification, in all lower tier covered transactions and in all soliatations for lower tier covered transactions. g. A participant in a covered transaction may rely upon a certification of a prospective parhicipant in a lower tier covered transaction that is not debarred, suspended, ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from the covered transaction, unless it knows that the certification is erroneous. A participant may decide the method and frequency by which it determines the eligibility of its principals. Each participant may, but is not required to, check the Nonprocurement List. h. Nothing contained in the foregoing shall be construed to require establishment of a system of records in order to render in good faith the certification required by this clawse. The knowledge and information of participant is not required to exceed that which is normally possessed by a prudent person in the ordinary course of business dealings. 20 � ' ' C Except for transactions authorized under paragraph e of these instructions, ��f a participant in a covered transaction knowingiy enters into a lower tier covered transaction with a person who is suspended, debarred, ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction, in addition to other remedies available to the Federal Government, the department or agency with which this transaction originated may pursue availabte remedies, including suspension and/or debarment. ***** ' � ' , ' XII ' � � ' ' ' � ' ' ' Certification Regarding Debarment, Suspension, Ineligibility and Voluntary Exclusion--Lower Tier Covered Transactions: 1. The prospective lower tier participant certifies, by submission of this proposal, that neither it nor its principals is presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction by any Federal department or agency. 2. Where the prospective lower tier participant is unable to certify to any of the statements in this certiflcation, such prospective participant shall attach an explanation to this proposal. .*�** CERTIFICATION REGARDING USE OF CONTRACT FUNDS FOR LOBBYING (Applicable to all Federal-aid construction contracts and to all related subcontracts which exceed $100,000 - 49 CFR 20) 1. The prospective participant certifies, by signing and submitting this bid or proposal, to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, that: a. No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf ofi the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any Federal agency, a Member of Congress, an officer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with the awarding of any Federal aontract, the making of any Federal grant, the making of any Federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement. b. Jf any funds other than Federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an offic+er or employee of any Federal agency, a Member of Congress, an off+cer or employee of Congress, or an employee of a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form-LLL, "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying," in accordance writh its instructions. 21 ' 2. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for ' making or entering into this transaction imposed by 31 U.S.C. 1352. Any person who fails to file the required certificafiion shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure. ' 3. The prospecfive participant also agrees by submitting his or her bid or proposal that he or she shall require that fhe language of this certification be included in all lower tier subcontracts, � which exceed $100,000 and that all such recipients shall certify and disclose accordingly. ' � ' ' ' ' ' � � , � � '� 22 ' ' , � � ;J ,!� ' ATTACHMENT A- EMPLOYMENT PREFERENCE FOR APPALACHIAN CONTRACTS (Applicable to Appalachian contracts only.) 1. During the performance of this contract, the contractor undertaking to do work which is, or reasonably may be, done as on-site work, shall give preference to qualified persons who regularly reside in the labor area as designated by the DOL wherein the contract work is situated, or the subregion, or the Appalachian counties of the State wherein the contract work is situated, except: a. b. To the extent that qualified regularly residing in the area are not available. For the reasonable needs of the contractor to employ supervisory or specially experienced personnel necessary to assure an efficient execution of the contract work. ' c. For the obligation of the contractor to offer employment to present or former employees as the result of a lawful collective bargaining contract, provided that the number of nonresident persons employed under this subparagraph 1 c shall not exceed 20 percent , of the total number of employees employed by the contractor on the contract work, except as provided in subparagraph 4 below. u ' ' � � II _J ' �1 '� � �' , C 2. The contractor shall place a job order with the State Employment Senrice indicating (a) the classifications of the laborers, mechanics and other employees required to perForm the contract work, (b) the number of employees required in each classifica#ion, (c) the date on which he estimates such employees will be reguired, and (d) any other pertinent information required by the State Employment Service to complete the job order form. The job order may be placed with the State Employment Service in writing or by telephone. If during the course of the contract work, the information submitted by the contractor in the original job order is substantially modified, he shall promptly notify the State Employment Service. 3. The contractor shall give full consideration to all qualified job applicants referred to him by the State Employment Service. The contractor is not required to grant employment to any job applicants who, in his opinion, are not qualified to perform the classification of work required. 4. If, within 1 week following the placing of a job order by the contractor with the State Employment Service, the State Employment Service is unable to refer any qualified job applicants to the contractor, or less than the number requested, the State Employment Service will fiorward a certificate to the contractor indicating the unavailability of applicants. Such certificate shall be made a part of the contractor's permanent project records. Upon receipt of this certificate, the contractor may employ persons who do not normally reside in the labor area to fill positions covereri by the certificate, notwithstanding the provisions of subparagraph 1c above. 5. The contractor shall include the provisions of Sections 1 through 4 of this Attachment A in every subcon#ract for work which is, or reasonably may be, done as an-site work. 23 C, REQUIRED CONTRACT PROVISIONS FEDERAL-AID CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (Exclusive of Appalachian Contracts) Under Section il, Paragraph 8b is revised as follows: The reference to 49 CFR 23 is revised to read 49 CFR 26. Under Section II, Paragraph 8b is supplemented with the following: The contractor, sub-recipient or subcontractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the performance of this contract. The contractor shali carry out applicable requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administrafion of USDOT-assisted contracts. Failure by the contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this contract, which may result in the termination of this contract or such other remedy as the recipient deems appropriate. Under Section II, in accordance with standard specification 1-08.1(1) and applicable RCWs a new paragraph 8d is added as follows: The contractor or subcontractor agrees to pay each subcontractor under this prime contract for satisfactory performance of its contract and/or agreement no later than ten (10) days from the receipt of each payment the prime contractor receives from WSDOT or its sub-recipients. The prime contractor agrees further to return retainage payments to each subcontractor within ten (10) days after the subcon#ractor's work is satisfactorily completed. Any delay or postponement of payment from the above referenced time frame may occur only for good cause foHowing written approval of the WSDOT. This clause covers both DBE and non-DBE contractors. Under Section IV, Paragraph 2b(4) is deleted. Under Section IV, Paragraph 4, "and helpers" is deleted from the title. Under Section IV, Paragraph 4a(1}, add: The provisions in this section allowing apprentices to work at less than the predetermined rate when they are registered in a bona fide apprenficeship program regastered with the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, or with the Bureau of Appren#iceship, and Training, does not preclude a requirement for the Con3ractor to pay apprentices the full appEicable predetermined rate in the event a State Apprenticeship Agency, recognized by the Bureau, has not approved, or withdraws approval, of an apprenticeship program. Under Section IV, Paragraph 4c is deleted. Under Section IV, Paragraph 6 is revised by deleting "helpers" and "helper". Under Section IV, Paragraph 7 is revised by deleting "helpers". Under Section V, Paragraph 2a is revised by deleting "helpers". Under Section V, Paragraph 2d(2) is revised by deleting "helper". Section VI, Records Of Material, Supplies, And Labor, is deleted. Amendment to Form FHWA 1273 Revised May 25, 2007 ' �J �� � � II � , LJ ' ' ' � IJ 'I � i� �� ' AMENDMENT REQUIRED CONTRACT PROVISIONS FEDERAL-A1D CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (Exclusive of Appalachian Contracts) Section I, General, is supplemented with the following: 7. Section 902 of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 requires that each contract awarded using ARRA funds mus# include a provision that provides the IJ.S. Comptroller General and his representatives with the authocity to: "(1) to examine any records of the contractor or any of its subcontractors, or any State or lacal agency administering such contract, that directly pertain to, and involve transactions relating to, the con#ract or subcontract; and (2) to interview any officer or employee of the contractor or any of its subcontractors, or of any State or locai govemment agency administering the contract, regarding such #ransactions." The Contractor shall inciude the following provision in all contracts, subcontracts, and other contracts for services for an ARRA funded project: "Accordingly, the Comptroller General and his representatives shall have the authority and rights as provided under Section 902 of the ARRA with respect to this contract, which is funded with funds made available under the ARRA. Section 902 further states that nothing in this section shall be inte�preted to limit or restrict in any way any existing authority of fihe Comptroller General." "Section 1515(a) of the ARRA provides authority for any representatives of the Inspector General to examine any records or intenriew any employee or officers working on this contract. The contractor is advised that �representatives of the inspector general have the authority to examine any record and interview any employee or officer of the contractor, its subcontractors or other firms working on this contract. Section 1515(b) further provides that nothing in this section Shall be interpreted to limit or restrict in any way any existing authority of an inspector general." Under Section II, Paragraph 8b is revised as follows: The reference to 49 CFR 23 is revised to read 49 CFR 26. Under Section II, Paragraph 8b is supplemented with the following: The contractor, sub-recipient or subcontractor shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in the performance of this contract. The cor�tractor shall carry out applicab:le requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and administration of USDOT- assisted contracts. Failure by the contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach of this contract, which may result in the termination of this contract or such other remedy as the recipient deems appropriate. Amendment to Form FHWA 1273 Revised March 26, 2009 ' Under Section II, in accordance with standard specification 1-08.1(1) and applicable RCWs a new paragraph 8d is added as foliows: The contractor or subcontractor agrees to pay each subcontractor under this prime contract for satisfactory perFormance of.its contract and/or agreement no later than ten (10) days from the receipt of each payment the prime contractor receives from WSDOT or its sub-recipients. The pcime contractor agrees further to retum retainage payments to each subcontractor within ten (10) days after the subcontractor's work is satisfaetorily completed. Any delay or postponement of payment from the above referenced time frame may occur only for good cause following written approval of the WSDOT. This clause covers both DBE and non-DBE contractors. Under Section IV, the applicability statement is supplemented with the following: (Applicable to ait ARRA fiunded construc#ion contracts and related subcon#racts regardless of location, including projects on local roads or naral minor collectors, and Transportation Enhancement projects outside the highway right-of-way.) Under Section IV, Paragraph 2b(4) is deleted. Under Section IV, Paragraph 4, "and helpers" is deleted from the title. Under Section IV, Paragraph 4a(1), add: The provisions in this section allowing apprentices to work at less than the predetermined rate when they are registered in a bona fide apprenticeship program registered with the U.S. Department of Labor, Em,ployment and Training Administration, or with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, does not preclude a requirement for the Contractor to pay apprentices the full applicable predetermined rate in the event a State Apprenticeship Agency, recognized by the Bureau, has not approved, or withdraws approval, of an apprenticeship program. Under Section IV, Paragraph 4c is deleted. Under Section IV, Paragraph 6 is revised by deleting "helpers" and "helper". Under Section IV, Paragraph 7 is revised by deleting "helpers". Under Section V,-the applicability statement is supplemented with the following: (Applicable to all ARRA funded construction contracts and related subcontracts regardless of location, including projects on local roads or rural minor collectors, and Transportation Enhancement projects ou#side the highway right-of-way.) Under Section V, Paragraph 2a is revised by deleting "helpers". Amendment to Form FHWA 1273 Revised March 26, 2009 2 � �1 �I Under Section V, Paragraph 2b, the first sentence is revised to read: ' "The payroil records shall contain the name and an individually identifying number (e.g., the last four digits of the employees social security number) for each such empioyee; his or her correct classification; hourly rates of wages paid (including rates of contributions or costs ' anticipated for bona fide fringe benefits or cash equivalent thereof the types described in Section 1(b)(2)(B) of the Davis Bacon Act); daily and weekly nurnber of hours worked; deductions made; and actual wages paid. Payrolls 5hall not include the fiuli social security ' number and home address of covered workers. Contractors and subcontractors shall maintain the full social security number and home address of each covered wocker and shali provide them to the SHA upon request." ' Under Section V, Paragraph 2d(2) is revised by deleting "helper". Section VI, Records Of Material, Supplies, And Labor, is deleted , , �I i C'� � 1 1 C� 1 1 Amendment to Form FHWA 1273 ' Revised March 26, 2009 3 C' APPENDIX B STANDARD PLANS AND DETAILS � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � NoTES: 1. AN EXPANSION JOINT CONSISTING OF 3/8' PRE-MOLDED �NT MA7ERIAL SHALL BE PLACED FULL DEPTH AROUND HYDRAN75, POLES, POSTS. AND UTILITY CASIIN�S. SEE DETAIL AT RIqiT. 2. AN EXPANSIaN JOINT CON51511NG OF 3/8° PRE-MOLDED JOINT MATERIAL SHALL BE PLACED IN THE UPPER 2 INCHES OF CURBS AND SIDEWALKS AT 10 F00T INTERVALS AND AT SIDES OF DRAINAGE INLETS. (JOINT MATERIAL OF 2X" DEPTH MAY BE USED IN UEU OF 2� DEPTH). 3. EXPANSION ,IOINTS IN SIDEWALK SHALL BE LOCATED SO AS TO MATCH THE JOINTS IN THE CURB AND GUTTER, WHETHER THE SIDEWALK IS ADJACENT TO THE CURB �2 SEPARATED BY A PLANTER STRIR 4. TOOL MARKS, CONSISTiNG OF 1—INCH 'Y'—GROOVES SHALL BE MADE IN THE 51DEWALK AT 5 FOOT INTERVALS, INIERMEDIATE TO THE EXPANSION JOlNTS. 5. AN EXPANSION JOINT C�ISISi1NG OF 3/8' PRE-MOLDED JOINT MAlERIAL SHALL BE PLACED FULL-DEPTH BETNIEEN THE CURB AND ADJACENT SIDEWALK. 8. EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL SHALL CONFORM TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF ASTM D994 (AASHTO M33). 7. MONOUTHfC POURS OF CURB AND SIDEWAUC ARE NQI ALLOWED. a ............... � � � .PLANTiNG STRIP.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' z • `��� I . . . i - I - . � . . � ' �� ° i . I i i i = i , --"--- EXPANSION JWNT SEE NOTES AT LEPT ......................... 1 /4" DEP7H 'V' GROOVE O MAX. 8' C-C �' r J `' • •� FULL—DEP7H EXPANSION � �`' �' � ' , � JOINT, ONE FOOT ; . . , s�p�vr,wc „ , . : .�•\ � M •4 .. � AROUND VALVES, � �.,�, ; L L•' HYDRANTS, POLES, ETC. e•��m SEE NOlE 1 . . ,�.,.�-..w= r�� ;:�r,z��c ,-,• �•, _ BRO�IED FlNISH (1'YP.) 3' YMD SMOOTH rTRO� PERIMETER (TYP) 1/4" 'V EXPANSIaN JdNT IN BOTH CURB AND SIDEWALK SEE N07E 3. CEMENT CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER SIDEWALK AND PLANTER 8'IRIP FEB � � \ � / � // 1 1 � I ................................. i I I -----� ----� I A � .......................... _� I I -----� BROOMED FINI�I (TYP.) 3� WIDE, SMOOTH 7ROWELED PERIMETER (TYP) CONCRE7E CURB AND GUTTER SEE GYTY STANDARD `DETAII DVI�. 3-4 +^ FULL-DEPTH EXPANSfON JOINT BETWEEN SIDEWALK AND CURB AND IXJTTER SEE NOTE 5. 1/4' 'V-GROOVE EXPANSION JOINT IN BOTH CURB AND SIDEWALK SEE NOTE 3 G �\��°� 0 � P�KS SIDEWALK AND CURB JOINTS � 3 3� AND SIDEWALK FINISH � ' � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �� , � 2 3/4'R �) . . . R w,. � crw) � ��� � —��. �-JS'(�) ----------- I 1 � 2'� �79(� aR 1196 � SECTION ELEVA710N D(PANSION JOINT \ s� , o.oz �. �, • . IS�MEIRIC l • . 1' o:os F'�r. 2 % ��'' ' —=i � ~I<�.�.'!:.: •-,�..;;;�a:.. . m • � �. � •.. t' �•t �: . I CQAENT CONCREIE '•�' !'t�i.«•. �� SIDEWALK 2' CRUSHm SURFAqNG T� CWRSE (CSTC) t'-8' k NOiE: TOP OF UP AT DRIVEWAYS NEW CEMENT CONCRETE GURB & GUTTER � �. � � ��. rro� i. 9EE DWG. 3-3 FOR JqNT REQUIREAIEN75. 2 ROU. CUT7ER TO MATCH P05111VE SUPEAELEVA71qr. S TO BE USED 0l�Y AS APPROVED BY 11$ PUBLIC WORKS DEP'f. PAVEMENT � ' �' ' i' '!.� � ;:+.� TOP � tXlt� �" •: AT APPROACH �• :s! �� ,',y .Sr! 1��. 7 3/4` CEMENT CONCRETE BARRIER CURB REV: FEB 201 ea��� � WORKS CURB DETAILS �3 w TO COWFORM TO CROWN SLOPE OR 0.02 FT./�T. MOUNTABLE CEMENT CONCRETE CURB3 � � r � ■� � � �■ �■ � ■� � � � � �■ � ■� �■ 2" MIN. � �� . a � • F.^ . .� :� 1. Y . y •' �,ti � •.1? t�. . � '.. •.:'•s'• ;�,.:. PATCH — MIN. 3' CLASS 8 ACP (OR MATCH DqSi1N6). MIN. 2' CSTC S7WG PVMT. CEMEN7 CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER REPLAC MENT "n NOiES 1. EXiRtAED Cll� ANCHORA6E PER WSUOT 9PEC'S. Y. EIOSTING d1R9 I�PU�IT WA.L � REIApVAL OF ASPHALT A AW�BApJM OF tY �11 FACE aF 6UTIER. FEB c��� Pueuc CURB AND GU?TER REPLACEMENT ow�. No. �"� AND EXTRUDED CURB . 3-4A EXTRUDED ASPHALT OR CEMENT CONCRETE CURB� FOR USE IN PRIVATE PARKING AREAS ONLY � �' � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � VARIES � SIDEWALK � — 2 � — � �c 4 C�JC. . ' a. � ' ' e ' ' ° • . • • ' a,.. . � � 2' CRUSHED SURFACING TOP COURSE 3/8" EXPANSION � JOINT — 1 /2" RADIUS � 2 r- ' ! � • � � FOR CURB & GUTTER USE DETAIL 3-4 � VARIES � PLANTER STRIP � � SIDEWALK ^!—� AS REOUIRED � 4" CONC. 2,y Z� --► -----� \ 2° q2USHED SURFACING TOP COURSE FOR CURB dt GUTTER USE DETAIL 3-4 N OTES: 1. FOR JOINTS AND SCORING, SEE FEDERA� WAY STANDARD FOR SIDEWALK SPACING, EXPANSION JOINTS, AND SCORE MARKS. 2. SEE DETAILS 3-6, 3-6A, & 3-7 FOR MINIMUM DEPTH OF CONCRETE THROUGH DRIVEWAY SECTIONS. 3. WHEN CFiECKED WITH A 10 FOOT STRAIGHTEDGE, GRADE SHALL NOT DEVIATE MORE THAN 1/8 INCH AND ALIGNMENT SHALL NOT VARY MORE THAN 1/4 INCH. 4. CONGRETE SHALL BE CLASS 3000, WSDOT SPEC. 8-14. c�\ °�M � PuBUC I SIDEWALK I owc. No. �i WoRKS 3-12 � � � � � � � � � � � r � � � � � � � SKIP CENTER LINE {SCL� . � � �� � � TYPf 2YY RPM--' �4 YE1-I-OW LINE (TYP} SEE NOTE 6 OOUBI.E YELLOW CENTER LINE (DYC�.) 4�0' � �'„ � 4" YELLOW LINE SEE NOTE 6 IYPE 2YY RPM (NP}-f WHffE EDGE LINE (WEL) .r---=-r" WH17E LINE YELLOW EDGE LINE (YEI.) r---�- -40' f4" YELLOW LINE SEE NOTE 6 �•�TYPE 2Y RPM (TYP) a SEE NOTE 7 DIRECTION OF 7RAFFIC DOTTED EXTENSION LINE {WDEL, YDEL) � 0 � � � 0 2� �--6 -"� !" � 4" LIPIE, YELLOW OR WWITE PER Pf..ANS. SEE NOTE 6 � �"�� � Pl18UC �Ks GENEFtAI. NOTES: 1, STRIPING �N ARTERIA�S SHALL BE PLASTIC TYPE D METHYLMETHACRYLATE (MMA). ALL 07HER STRIPING SHAL.E. 8E PAiNT. 2. A�L STRiPING WITHIN WTERSECTIONS SHALL BE PLASTIC OR hAMA. 3. AlL RPM'S SHAIL BE L.00ATED TO PROVIDE '� 4 INCHES BEIWEEN STRIPING AND RPM'S. ' 4. TYPE 2 RPM'S SHALL BE USED ON ALL � ARTERfALS ,4ND COLLECTORS, IF STRIPED �I 5. WHERE TYPE C CURB IS USED IN PLACE OF ' STRIPING, USE RPM PATTERN APPLICABLE TO THE ! STRIPING BEING R�PL�CED. SPECIFlC NOTES: � 6. iF MMA iS USED, MMA SHALL BE PRO�'ILEO. '� 7. 1�IHERE RAISED MEOIAN OR TYPE C CURBiNG ' iS USED. USE IYPE 2YR RPM�S, 1NITH REO ; FACING OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION OF TRAFFtC. 8. WHERE RAISED MEDIAN OR TYRE C CURBING ', iS USED, USE 1'YPE 2WR RPM'S� WITN RED �, FACING OPPOSITE THE DlRECTiON OF TRA�FIC. 9. PLACE RPM'S ON SIDE OF STRIPE THAT IS IN TURN CANE. PLACE RP�A'S ON BOTH SIDES I OF STREPE IF BOTH 51DES OF STRIPE ARE THRU l.ANES. LEGEND: a MONO-DIRECTEONAL RPM TYPE 2 � B1--OIRECTlONAL RPM TYPE 2 RAISED PAVEMENT MARKER Dw�. 3-17 ao. � � � � r � � � � r � �■ � � � � � � � WIDE IiNE {WL) NO PASS LINE (NPl) � , . (' � 8" WHITE LIPIE 4 � 4 � ,,�S�E NaTE s � � oJ„ ', � � � TYPE 2W RP � " YELl4W IINE �TYPE 2W RPM ' SEE NOTE 6 5EE NOTE 8. 9 �1RECT10N OF' THRU TRAFFIC n'RE 2Y RPM � OtRECTiON PASSING tS PROHtBIi'ED OOTTED WIDE LtNE {OWL) REVERSIBLE LANE LINE 4 YELLOW LINE � 2 �' r + � ' f SEE NOTE 6 ,� � a O � O O�O C� m �„ 2 a �8 WHITE LlNE � �TYPE 2W RPM �EE NOTE 2 C-- �� � SEE NOTE 8 ptRECTtON OF TRAFFfC NPE 2YY RPMI LANE IINE (LL� i1N0-WAY �EFT TURN LINE (TWLTL� • � • �.,.��..f.,�� f .5�.._ ' � o � o � � c TYPE 2W RPM � �,.4" WHITE LINE (TYP) SEE NOTE 8 SEE NOTE 6 ��--aYPE 2YY RPMS 4" YELLOW �INE SEf NOT 6 DIRECTION OF TRAFFIC DIRECTION OF THRU TRAF'FIC OROP LANE LINE (Dll) Q�RECTION QF TR�4FFIC BARRIER LINE (8l) I 12' �� ,.�-2p—�, i 8" YELLOW UNE � � SEE NOTE 6 � TYPE 2YY RPMS ��YPE 2W RPM'S �S" WHITE IINE SEE NOTE 8 SEE NOTE 6 � � �. � p � RAISED PAVEMENT MARKER ° �" o �,• 3— � s � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � r � �"`�=- � ! '°_ .°`� Pavement marldngs may be curved here cs shown to ollow for conflnuous pairiting by !he striping machine. When RPM's requied by contmct, use ?ype 2YY, s� Noie S Deceletoiion ta� lil 1�4 —..,�� ��i !� ��\\\\\`�\\�.\\�\ I .1\\\\\\\\\'S�\\' 'IfI II � �.. DETAIL A Double Yelbw center stripe ' 4Q' RPM "" spacing 4 Type 2YY RPMs ia o.c. 111 - ` ri.t..i.�.��,.� r � ''' .r'i��� Doubie yeliow cerifersidpe Doubis yepow� � ��t� � .� �a DEl'AlL B � N �oa�s RAISED PAVEMENT MARKER °�;' 3-�s � � � �■ � � � � � � � � r � � � � �■ � r�--= '! y---r V�lade Sd iuper length � j z laper rate See TabOe 3 Sbpping ppin} Gore S�pe DBCei. ��� YDMOw se0 Noie 3 s+a� D�vO. No. 9-18 � T � 2 CAttt� sbfp4 See Ta6b E ta taPermte W, � w, --f+a►u«,r� w —�— -- •.w— - -- .�–_- '�–� r � rq � w � oe�a,�,,�, — w, See Oetdl A H � � � See Table 1 on appioah 1YP� 2L traft�e tor toper tMe side arrows see Note I aoubk yeaow eadu Taa�r length = I x iapetrate shipe, see Cwg. No.S-i7 LEFT iURN LANE Gore Shipa xe Dwg, Pto.�•i8 �PP�@ PdM see Note 3 TYPe 2L :folfiC UrOtvf, 568 NO►61 'S' Y�bie S00 Ploto 2 tar t 3�' ndA)( r+o�rs: . '_ FustType?�.�ow(s�d50" bmck ofstbp b� or c,nDSSYrtlk. Secorxi mrow�bc�t� �oo'back.erar biNUm-pQCket 2 �s = i+wt�r �stodsp� <so Ma�. "S' =170' ta ptsstetl speed > 50 NPH. 3. Stopp6ig potr�tshdl be maked with s►op bQONywhen mdNine movemem Is contrdled 6y a slop sg� w hatfic �• 4. Ru(sed F�em6nf maka55tnE be �srdled onlrw�,a�, �a in tt» cord�aei P�ans. 5. Sae Dv,y. No. 9.17 for rrwkor deslgna9on. ��„_��,___� — "�' _ _ ^"� ��.�+. — — — — -- Doubis Y�owce�fer stripo. sae Dwp. No. 3-1 T I.�f TURN LANE ' TABLE } TABLE 2 TABI.E 3 Oocd. No pms Posted � SP�eed L S� M � �� 53 :1 55 mph I A'P 85 mPh 7?8 �� 90 :1 SD Inpl'1 150' S0 Mph 6d0' 4S rt�ph 45: i 13 mpt� 13S 4S mph 590' ��+ 40:1 40 mph 120' 40 mph 36� JS �rph '.jA :1 33 rt�ph 105' 35 mph 2E0' �� 30: I 3D mPh 90' 30 m�h �' � 25 m 25 1 Two�way btt tum Ime. see Owg. No.318 TYPe �. hcsftk arcows, »e Detai B TWO-WAY LffT7Utd�l WdE 'fW0-WAY LEFT TURN LANE f I � � Hc • AcaoacMnp nrau�, bne yy� m D �� See DetoA C T, a W�dHt of leff k�m iare dq� on dpproaeh sklo Of 7� m Widih Ot IBfi iulfs i�e on depQlue sede of 1wo way fafl tum �erm�Aon Lett ium VY, e Totd thk9h ot dw�l�bn � (W, + W :�� T� at tee IrdasaeMot� uwl�ere IeRSurts ae notpertWtied aed two w�ay lefl iun h not conflnued bsyond lr�ectlon. �ID TWO-WAY LEFt T{1RN LANE G��� _ _ wo�s PAVEP�ENT MARKING DETAILS — TURN I.ANE ° N O� ' 3-19A � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � •: f _`_.._ _ c Centerline Crosswolk Cent�rline Roodwoy � 0 Cross�rolk Stripe ��•) Lune line , - ��p� E.AiidE � I � Centerline Curb Rom �z'—o" i s' sroP ur� -�..,:. _, � i �i� �- I . �; CROSSWALK STRIPE DET. HANOICAPPED PARKIN6 STALL SYMBOL PUBUC WORKS� DEPARTMENT PREFERENTIAL LAPIE SYMBOL PAVEMENT MARKINGS ��. 3-20 N0. � a� I e° � � � � ! � � � � � � � � � � � r � � � --� r --Z'- 6- �" aq�,wa fTYP) � TYPE 1 iiiiiiiiii •ear ■u• . u�r ■iiii iii iiiii �/! ■Y��! �v ���■ •ll ''■ ■1\ ■ •�■ ■ ii�� i �ie iiirt • ■�iiii�i �.��uu •iiii� iiiiiiiii :i �iii�i�u � � I 1 �1 ! TYPE 3L tLEl�if SXpYN TYPE 3R iR]GHTI N ARR�N SYI�OLS TYPE 5 a i r ��� � �,��r � ���� GfW sOY6►tal raquirimants. T►PE � � ' ' ' I 8-Penny Duplex nail ' ' Marking noil same sfde as cleat Direction of travet a�, 4" x 4" Poat � Finish Grade 30" i iy �� I i �M �� 28' � i1 �� � IM �� � � II �I IM � � I+ I� Clebt 28"x3"x2" / under sign � r 4" x 4' Post "� NOTES: Two double _� headed nails Aluminum cleat attached �.- directiy under �gn SIGN POSis - 1) ALL GROUND MOUNTED SIGN POSTS SHALL USE WESTERN RED CEDAR OR PRESSURE 7REATED FlR UNLESS APPROVED OTHERWISE BY PUBLIC wo�cs. 2) POST GRADE (FIR) SHAIL BE S4S DOUGLAS FIR LUMBER, WEST CQAST INSPECTION BUREAU GRADE �2, STRUC7URAL UGHT FRAMING, RULE �16, PARAGRAPH 124-C, SELECTED FOR STRAIGHTNESS, AND FREE OF HEART CENTER (FOHC) WOOD TO RESIST 7WISTING. 3) PRESSURE TREATED POSTS SHALL BE TREATED WfTH A 4-1/2� TO 5-1/29L HEAVY PEIROLEUM SOLYENT PENTACHLOROPHENOL SOLUTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPUCABLE REQUIREMENTS OF AASHTO DESIGNATION M133, WITH A MINIMUM NET RETENTION OF THE DRY SALT OF 1/2 POUND PER CUBIC FOOT OF WOOD. 4) POSTS SHALL BE 4"x 4", WITH A MINIMUM LENGTH OF 12 FEET. LONGER POSTS MAY BE NEEDED TO IdAINTAIN 8-FEEf OF VERTICAL CLEARANCE ABOVE WALKING AREAS. POSTS SHALI. BE 14 FEEI' IF TRAFFlC CONTROL SIGNS WIIL BE JNSTALLED ON THE SAME POST. 5) BACKFILL SHALL 8E COMPACTED AT SEVERAL LAYERS TO MINIMIZE SETTLING. 6) ALL POSTS SFWLL BE 2-WAY PLUMB. I-' 1 w —� I � TOP OF CLEAT I CLEAT —�► POST —�-I I NTS CLEATS - 1) ALL POS15 SHALI BE FITTED WITH AN ALUMINUM CLEAT AS SHOWN TO PREVENT SIGNPOST ROTATION AND/OR UNAUTHORIZED POST REMOVAL. 2) CLEATS SHALL BE ALUMINUM ALLOY, 6061-T6, CHEMICALLY COATED IN ACCORDANCE WiTH ASTM 8449-67 CIASS 2. 3) CLEATS SHALL BE 30 INCHES LONG, 3 INCHES WIDE, THICKNESS OF 0.08, WITH A 2-INCH TURNOUT OF 90'. NAIL HOLES OF 0.156 INCMES DIAMETER SHALL BE PUNCHED OR DRILLED IN THE IOCATIONS AS SHOWN. 4) POSITION CLEAT TURN-OUT AWAY-FROM AND EVEN-WITH THE BOTTOM OF THE POST. � Feci��r-��i w���y Puauc WORKS SIGN POST 1 I I I I � 30" I 2B" � I I I �''� 156" 4 NAIL HOLES , �ED OR DRILLED) DWG. ND. 3-57 ' � � � r � � � � � � � � � � � . � � � � SEAL JOINT � YVITH PAVING ASPHALT COMMERCIAL HMA ADJUSTING BRICK, — CONCRETE RISER OR GRADE RING. NO STEEL PoSERS ALLOWED (TYP.) a 1 I 1'-6" '> � .. .; • .'....: • ::. � •;: �•�. a � 0 a �a� �XISTING CB OR MANHOLE SECTION THRQUGH STRUCTURE N TS NOTES: t) 'fHE EXIS7ING STRUCTUF� SHALL BE RAIS`ED OR LOWERED TO THE REQUIRED EIEVATION USING CONCRETE BLOCKS, BRICK, AND/OR CONCREIE RINGS. EACH JOINT SHALL BE (#20UTED USING A� INCH LAYER OF NON-SHRINK MORTAR, PLAS7ERED SMOOTW INSIDE AND OUT. COVERS SHALL BE SEATED ON A UNIFORM LAYER OF GROUT TO PREVEN7 ROCKING. 2) HMA SHALL BE MECHAMICALLY COMPAC7ED IN 3" MAXIMUM UFTS. 3} IF RISERS OR GRADE RINGS ARE LESS THAN 2", THE DIG-OUT LJMITS (AND HMA DEPTH) SHALL BE EXTENDED TO 2" BELOW THE TOP OF 11iE NEXT RISER OR GRADE RING THAT IS GREATER THAN 2 4) SEE DETAIL 3-36 FOR ADJUSII�IENT OF SURVEY MONUMENTS WITH CASE AND COVER. SEAL JOINT YwTH PAVING ASPHALT COMMERCIAL HMA DIG OUT LIMIT AND ASPHALT PERIMETER SHALL DCTEND 2" BELOW ADJUSTMENT RINGS OR RISERS. SEE NOTE 3. REV: RING OR FRAME � �-6�� 1 . �; . . �::•. _.. . . ,.. � ...• • . •` a cwa� oR uo PUBLIC ������ � woRKS UTILITY ADJUSTMENT � �3-55 � I - a � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � ,v�o o� t �s e� r� z fs eat HooPs f3 BAR EAdi CORI�R �3 BAR E/YCH StiDE e a• � '�' � s• � ��� \� � � > 12' � ..� ��// f 6' RISER SECiION 12' R1.9ER �C710N V 81� SECtWl1 bP TI1E � AT THE Tt7P �3 811R EIL�1 WIYY NOTES: 1. CATCH BASINS SHALL BE CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ASfM C478 (AASHTO M 199 dc C690 UNLESS OTHERWISE SHOWN ON PLANS OR NOTED IN E WSDOT/APWA STANDARD SPECIFlCATIONS. � 2. AS AN ACCEPTABLE ALTERNATNE TO REBAR, WQDED WIRE FABRIC HAVING A MIN. AREA OF 0.12 SQUARE INCHES PER FOdT MAY BE USm. WELDED WIRE FABRIC SWALL COMPLY TO ASTM A497 (AASHTO M 221). WIRE FABRIC SHALL NOT � PLACED IN KtdOCKOUTS. 3. ALL RONFORCED CAST—IN—PLACE CONCRE�E SHALL 8E CIA55 4000. 4. PRECAST BASES SHALL BE FURNISHm WITIi CUTOIJTS OR KNO(ktOUTS. KNOCKOUTS SHALL HAVE A WALI THICKNESS aF 2' MIN. ALL PIPE SHALL BE fNSTALLED M FACTORY PRONIDED KNOCKOUTS. UNUSm KNOCKOUTS NEED NOT BE GROUTED IF WALL IS LEfT INTACT. 5. KNOCKOUT OR CUTOUT HOLE SIZE IS EQUAL TO PIPE OUTER DU1M. PLUS CATCH BASiN WALL THICKNESS. 8. ROUND KNOCKOUTS MAY BE ON ALL 4 SIDES, WITH MAX. DIAM. OF 20'. KNOCKOUTS MAY BE EITHER ROUND OR 'D SHAPE. 7. THE MAX. DEPTH � FROM THE FlNISHED GRADE TO THE PIPE INVERi IS 5'-0". 8. THE TAPER ON THE SIdES OF THE PRECAST BASE SECTION AND RISER SECTION SHALL NOT EXCEED 1/2'/FT. 9. CATCH BASIN FRAME AND GRAlE SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH STANDARD SPECIFlCATIONS AND IdEEf THE STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL SPECIFlCATION RR—F-821D. MATING SURFACES SWALL BE FlNISHED TO ASSURE NON—ROCKING FtT MIITH AMf COVER POSITION. 10. FRAME AND (�iATE MAY BE IN5'fALLEO WtTH FLANGE DOWN OR CASi INTO RISER. 11. EDGE OF RISER OR BRICK SW�LL NOT � MORE lHAN 2" FROM VERTICAL EDGE OF CATCH BASIN WALL � ( C/ ��� °' nn �„ PUBUC �V1YR41�, WORKS CATCH BASIN TYPE 1 DWG. 4-1 N0. � � � � � � � � � � �. � � � � � � � � FRAAiE ta CRAiE Toa �� � uwx. N�� 98' N � � � �I I ( �e' o�w 5P o►w.- BO' W�1.- � W�4�1.- I �_ 8' MIN. SEPAPol7E cAST w PLACE PROCl�4� BASE. REII�FatCR�IC SiEEL (�t SEPARATE B�SES ONL» 0.23 SQ IN•I� qi FJ�F1 DIREC►ION POR 48' OWf. 0.1Y S0. pi,/FT. M EACH WRECTION FOR 54' DIAM. 0� S0. IN�. IN E C�FI DIIIECII4N � 7� �1. 0.3i �. IN./FT. IN EACH OIFECTION �R YE' OYdA. '0' RINQ PREf'/18f BIISE JWHf RiH�fNEf 50 St�PS � CLEAR PIP6. sEE OMK;. N0. 4-4. • PREG4ST BIBE � IPREfiRAL PoSER. 1'-0' FINt 4e 94'. ec 00 qN1. 2'-0' FOR 72' � 98' WJA. faR11VEL 8�C141LL F� FOUNDAflONS Q' 1NN. OOI�ACtID DEFlH FOR PRECASt BI15E ONLY. NOTES: 1. CATCH BASINS SHALL BE WNSTRUCTED IN AGCORDANCE WRH ASTM C478 (AASHTO M199) AN� ASTM C880 UNIESS OTHERWISE SHOWN ON PIANS OR NOTED IN THE WSDOT/APWA STANDARD SPECIFICAT10N5. 2. HANDHOLDS IN ADJUSTMENT SEC110N SHALL HAVE 3' MIN. CLEARANCE. STEPS IN CATCH BASIN SHALL HAVE 6' MIN. CLEARANCE. SEE DWG. N0. 2-006. CATCH BASlN DETAILS. HANDHOLDS SHALL BE PLACED IN AL'tERNATING GRADE RINGS OR LEVELING BRICK COURSE WiTH A MIN. OF ONE HANDHOID BETWEEN THE LAS? STEP AND TOP OF THE MANHOLE. 3. ALL REINFORCED CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE SHALL BE CLASS 4000. ALL PRECASf CONCRETE SHALL BE CLASS 4000. 4. PRECASf BASES SW1Ll 8E FURNISHED WITH CUTOUFS OR KNOCKOUT'S. KNOCKOUTS SHALL HAVE WALL THICKNESS OF 2" MIN. UNUSED KNOCKOUiS NEED NOT BE GROUTED IF WALL IS LEFT INTACT. PIPES SHALL BE INSTALLED ONIY IN FACTORY KNOCKOUTS UNLESS OTHERWISE APPRONED BY THE ENGINEER. 5. KNOCKOUT OR CUTOUT HOLE SIZE SHALL EQUAL PIPE OUTER DIAM. PLUS CATCH BASIN WALL THICKNESS. MAX. HOLE SIZE SHALL BE 36" FOR 48" CATCH BASIN, 42' FOR S4' C.B., 48' FOR 60� C.B., 60" FOR 72' C.B., 84" FOR 96" C.B. MIN. DISTANCE BEtWEEN HOLES SFWl BE 8" FOR 48'. 54", AND 80" C.6.: 12" FOR 72" AND 96' C.B. 6. CATCH BASIN FRAMES AND GRATES OR COVERS SHALI BE IN ACCARDANCE WITH SEC. 7.05 OF K.C.R.S. AND MEET THE STRENGTH REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL SPECIFICATION RR-F-621 D. MAl1NG SURFACE$ SW1LL BE FINISHED TO ASSURE NON-ROCKING F(T WRH ANY COVER POSITION. 7. ALL 80.SE REINFORCING STEEL SHALL HAVE A MIN. YIEID STRENGTH OF 60,000 PSI AND BE PUCED IN THE UPPER HALF OF THE BASE WITH 1' MIN. CLEARANCE. 8. MIN. SOIL BFARIN6 VALUE SHALL EQUAL 3,300 POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT. 9, FOR DETAJLS SHOtNING LADDER. STEPS. HANDRAILS ANU 70P SLABS, SEE DWG. N0. 4-4. 10. SEE THE N5D0T/APWA SfANDARD SPECIFlCATIONS SEC. 7-05.3 FOR JOINT REaUIREMENTS. - ROISORCINC 'STPA(�p� PpEC�4� BASE Ac B�tIEGRAL RISER ONLI� Q7b S0. IN.JPl. W L'ALl�1 DMKCI�N rqt 4d' DWA. 0.19 S0. iN:/fT. W F/VCH DRECTION FDR 34' DU1M. O.Zb SiG. IN./FT. M F.M�1 DIREG710N FOR QO' DIAM. D.24 8Q. IN./fT. �1 FJ1p/ D�ECiION fW7 72' DNM. 0.29 9Q. IN./'FT. M D1CN DIf�C710N F'�DR Ye' Wh1�A. � PUBLIC » �� » » » DWG � WORKS CATCH BASIN TYPE 2 48 , 54 , 60 , 72 ,& 96 No ,' 4-3 _ ___ __ � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �OCt01+t�Fk�CE WRFt�� I• l" I 1' MMI. CGVQt y �, �I f � / I Zo' n j. � . �e'. s4' a �' ta6 s�e�� _ ��� � �� �� ' \ � � ����� �� ,� �yi� f� " �i� �i ..r � �� v( ,� . n � ,� � ��� � BorTOMe�RS� �CEHfER3 1' NM. COVFR erRS e r cerrteas 1' I�tl. CCVER � ' '� �r i � 1 I\z 'e� N. � �� ° � L Hr-H a � � u u GTCFi B�N 5IEP �`ALL SIEPS d� �___fE C.1LV. �iED IE811R OR COPOI.YNER PROPriENE �� 12' NIN. '� �.' �� Mj N • � 0 1 _� � � J Y u a.�v� � �w � L ,s• u• � s• r �r 1' q.EARANCE c;raleE twi6 � N � �) NOTES: 1. PROPRIErARY CATCH BASIN HANDHOLDS AND STEPS ARE ACCEPTABLE. PROVIDED TFIAT THEY CONFORM TO SEC. R, ASTM C478, AASH70 M-199 AND MEET ALL WtSHA REQUIREMENTS. 2. CATCH BASIN.STEP/HANDHOLD LEGS SHAl1 BE PAWLL.LEL OR APPROXIMATELY RADL4L AT THE OPTION OF THE MIWUFACTURER. IXCEPT THAT ALL STEPS IN ANY CATCH BASiN SHALL 8E SIMILAR. PENETRATION OF OUTER WALL BY A LE6 IS PROHIBRED. 3. HANDHOLDS AND STEPS SHALL HAVE bROP' RUNGS AS SHOWN ON DETAIL OR PROTUBERANCES TO PREVENT SIDEWAYS SLIR 4. SLAB OPENING MAY BE 24' X 20� OR 24" DWM. 5. AS AN ACCEPTABLE ALTERNATNE TO REBAR, WEIpEp WIRE FABRIC HAVING A MIN. AREA � 0.12 SQUARE INCHES PER FQOT MAY BE USED. WELDED WIRE FABRIC SHALL COMPLY TO ASTM A497. B. IADDERS OR STEPS SHALL EXTEND TO WITHIN 16" OF BOTTOM OF CATCH BASIN. 7. FUINGING LADDEEI� SHALL BE PERMANENTLY FASTENED AT TOP BY HANGING ON SiEP OR BY BOLTING OR EMBEDDING IN CONCREfE. EACH SHAIL BE EMBEDDED AT BOTTOM IN BASE. 8. ADDITIONAL SAFETY FEATURES MAY BE REQU�RED IN VERY DEEP OR UNUSUAL STRUCTURES. �� n 6• � 'N ��. ' GALV. � � �aa �' ~ �. A � � 11 3/4" :,y _ _���� _ ;�,� �`��� � wo Ks I CATCH BASIN DETAILS ( No ' 4-4 TYPIGIL OPoENTATION iOR AOCF� ANO 57EP5 n � „ m 72' 710P 3IAB • � � � � � � � � r � � � � � � � ! � � � �• � r c �w ie — a�; x z�/s x i/s' I•:� _ := PL6�4 � +t/32.�—C� ��� `� �L_ � � � � I I � te'xa2•a�+� � 17 3/4' X 23 3/4' I � (+1/32'. —0' IYP.) 2S' SECTION A—A NOTES: 1. DRILL AND TAP FOR, AND PROVIOE, TWO LOCKING BOLTS� �5� /S"-11 NC $TAINLE.SS EXTRUDED CURB TYPE 304 STE0. �CKET WEAD (ALLEN HEAD) CAP SCREINS 2" LANG WHEN USED 1MTH SOLJD COVER (DWG. N0. 4-7) OR WHEN SPECIFlED BY ENGINEER. 2. FRAME MATERW. IS CAST IRON PER ASTM A48 CLA55 30. 3. SET FRANE TO GRADE MID CONSiRUCT ROAD AND GUT'IER TO BE FLUSH WRH FRANE '°"°' PuOUC STANDARD FRAME WITH VERTICAL OR c��� � woRKS EXTRUDED CURB INSTAL LATI O N OEMENf CONCRE7E Cl�tB CATCH BASIN WALL IOEp 4'UR6 CATCN BASIN WALL DWG. 4-6 N0. � � � r � r � � �■ � � � � � �■ � � �■ � NOTES: 1. SELF—LOCK VANED GRATE MANUFACNRER SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY ENGINEER. 2 USE WITH TWO LOCKING BOLTS 5/8'-11 NC STAINLESS TYPE 304 S'tEEL SOCKET HEAD (ALLEfd HEAD) CAP SCREWS 2' LONG. NOlE SLOT DETAtL 3. MATERIAL IS DUCTILE IRON ASTM A536 (#2ADE 80-88—OB. 4. ° OUTFALL TO SlREAM DUMP NO POLWTANTS" MAY BE L�ATED ON BORDER AREA. 3. INSTALL &—DiRECT10NAL VANm GRATES AT 5AG LOCA110NS. 8. THE WORDS "CIIY OF FEDERAL WAY SHALL BE OMITTED IF GRATE IS ON A PRIVATE SYSTEM. s�.or oer�� � N0. 4-5 s av�r a : i •;, �e wK wu °'°' wo KS STANDARD RIGHT-OF-WAY GRATE�VANED� N��' 4-10 <���� � � w oit i P1A�L � � � � � � � � � � r � � � � � � � � � � .. s..�n �s �� TOP OF SKID DE P 0 REV MAR 2011 REY NAR 2011 � �� � PUBUC WORKS DRfLLED L1F11NG HOLE 3 � z �. 1/4� SG. � / `i � � `�_ �n COVER SKID DESIGN DETAIL NOTES: 1. USE WITH TFN�EE LOCKING BOLTS 5,/8'-11 NC STAINLESS TYPE 304 57EEL SOCKET HEAD (ALLEN HEAD1 CAP SCREWS 2' LONG. ORILL HOLFS SPACED 120' AT 11 1/18' RADIUS. 2. MATERIAL 15 DUCIILE iRON ASTM A336 GRAOE 80-55-06 3. DRILL THREE 1 INCH HOLES SPACED AT 120' AND 9 1/2' RADIUS. 4. THE WORDS 'qTY OF FEDERAL WAY SHALL BE OMITTEp IF CAVER IS ON A PRIVAlE SYSTEM. LOCKING MANHOLE COVER DWG. 4-12 N0. e � � � �i� � N SECTION A—A P PLAN �' � i i i i Y//// � •� � Fe�� ��►-<�:i w�� y � . = , 0 � :i•� a �r•r; �. �.� a r_�►� N01"ES: 1. MATERIAL IS CAST IRON ASTM A48 CLASS 30. 2. DRILL AND TAP THREE 5/8"-11 NC HOLES THROUGH fRAME AT 120' AND 11 1/16' RADIUS. LOCKING MANHOLE FRAME Dwc. 4-13 N0. � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 2 � � 1 /2" WIDE, i /8" HIGH RAISED BORDER j � ■ � � � � ■ : .' \ � — � PLAN i o.. s ' L 8 3�4� 1 f � Fe c� � r���l W�� � y PUBlIC WORKS 3/4" RAISED SQUARES, 3/4" APART, i/8" HIGH LOJ a � � CLEAN OUT DWG. 4-17 N0. � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 24" E " -�i SECTION �A CAST IRON RING AND COVER FACE OF CURB —� � VMES 77 TO Z�'� �- R,�E OF WRB IdATCH ROAOWAY .`'• R ' � I I��� R'J W17+G1 RWDWRY 81.�E � /� ffiOPE 1/Y' R � �� ° � . � p - to ROADMWY RMDWAY ° � � 12" R. • 0 ' . . L� • D . _, D . o� e . o • D �' e .�•� D .• 0 D ' • � DUAL-FACED CEMENT CONCRETE TRAfRC CllRB AND 6UTTER 7R' R FA(� OF (.N6lB 'r R J MATChI ROADNMY / �� i- VC R � � I�ADVI6�Y 1 � CEMENT CONCREfE ��c cuRa � c:im� � !ll" R �� R ' �1T CONCREIE OR ABPFW.T CONCI�TE i� . 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For sipne ��� MrxW on t&�onn TralAe Control Devlass (MIP�� Sign Fa6rfce6ai Menual MSB�O6. FOR LOCAL AGENCY U8E ONLY NOT FOR USE OM STATE ROUTES — PEDESTRUN DET01lR 3TANDARD PLAN K-34.Z0-00 BF�FT 1 � 7 BFfET �o wn Pu�n�ta+ Ka� L Sm/th 0�l6-OT N s� � � Nafipw� Y�M O�psYnw/NTs�slie — _ � — — _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ � � — — ---- — - __ _ � � � � i � � � � � � � � � � � � r � � � � � � � �� II ��� x t�7G?A e�s �owrlolpc q / a � x w�o-t ROAD VYON( AF�AD o2aa� nro �� a �eoe� p &(ill LOG710q e o o CFUINN�.� DEVICCE� � PROiECiT/EV�IE-� MINIMUM TAPER LENQTH � L(F� SION BPACINO � X(1) LANE VND7H POSIED SPE� (MPlO RURAL RQA08 �6/88 MPX OOU 3 t� se w 9s 40 � aa � rn�wa, no�cs a uAeiw �s �e +�o r�x asa: 70 106 160 206 270 460 � 600 660 R�&DENf1AL 8 BU8NE88 DIBTRIC'TB 26 / 90 MPN �Q t(2) . 1t �16 1e6 z2b sG4 �i6 �o eD6 uRBAN SiREETS 26 MPFi oR I.ESS tOP: t� t2 726 1!0 a18 SZO b10 9W QBO ALL �ISAf� BU1CiC OPI �tAMf# uWlEBS OE8pNR7ED OTFEfNY19E ��) K� aim+�o rNr ee �wusrEO To �CC�� AT-0RAOE fl�T�C710iN6 MID ORNEWAY& ., (� TWSlIW19PACINO MMY BE REDUCED IN UR811N AREAB TO FR � ROAdI1NYCd�Ofl1W19. CHANNELILING DEYICE SPACINO p10.?A � POSTED SPE� IN TAP6t qi TANOENT • WlEN APPtM.ABLE � P��Q l� l�E'rl s �� wi�o �o eo ]6 ��6 30 EO IhRt.B01' W9�t1 � 26 / 30 � 40 A9RUR'� � ' � s L vv�o-t x HOAD a INppR ANlAD � SHWLDHI � �O B V3 X X "p q o e s ° anoy► � �ao �rax aNOU�woac� ��o� �e�rnw�lc 1 �� I �.' _"_"_' _'__""__"""__' NktVNRDOi�CA�PACfED �' ' SECTION A 3TABlt Np7BWJ. � B� Y118D0T O SIQ �PEEC.1-0f S!('p YNOIN.G�I� � NOTES 1. A Probc�lve Vehlde b reoomrtiendad rege�dbas If e Tn�k Moui�Aed Atlen�r (TMA) le avtllal�e; a wwk vehic� '�Id�e � be� no'fMA le uaed� the Pto�{ve �+ bc�ted to thleld wotkeB, wqh no �ecMc RoA;Ahsed cAs�nos. 2. For IonD �tn qoJac� coMlictlo7 Paveme�t m�kk�W tlwt a�e nc brper appllcahle sh�l be removed. Tampo�y marWrps st� bs wsd sa necessoy and dp�ro eh� be poeR rtroiu�ed. 3. The sl� MOTORCYCLES USE IXTREME CAUTION illiy bs U6ld. 4. Fa� �s e{ze tefer b M�ual on UNiorm Tteflfc Co�oi De�Ac� (MUTCD) aN! VV3D0T S�n Fdirk�Uon Manual A�'r05. � YRORK AME/10 � bi FOR LOCAL AOENCY USE ONLY NOT FOR USE ON STATE ROUTE3 INTLItslCTION - stlOw.vErt wowc STANpAIlD PLAN K 36.20-00 &QT 7 OF 1 SIi�T APPRWI� FOR PUY.ICATION Kw► L Sm/th 02-15�07 �eea� ana �MN�F�n �w Dy�lr+tT�wvMen APPENDIX C STATE AND �EDERAL PREVAILING WAGE RATES Page 1 of 17 State of Washington Department of Labor & Industries Prevailing Wage Section - Tetephone 360-902-5335 PO Box 44540, Otympia, WA 98504-4540 Washington State Prevailing Wage The PREVAILING WAGES listed here include both the hourly wage rate and the hourly rate of fringe benefits. On pubtic works projects, worker's wage and benefit rates must add to not tess than this totat. A brief description of overtime calculation requirements are provided on the Benefit Code Key. Journey Level Prevailing Wage Rates for the Effective Date: 7/09/2012 � :������Lt F :{=l �.11�1 f 1� King King King King King King King King King King King ' King King King , Ktng King Journey Levet $40.03 SD Journey Level $bQ.24 �N Brick And Block Finisher $41.41 5A Journey Level $48.27 � Pointer-Caulker-Cleaner $48.27 5A Janitor $19.52 5,,� Traveling Waxer/shampooer $19.93 55 Window Cleaner (Scaffoid) $23.94 ,�5 Window Cleaner(non-scaffold) $23.08 5� Journey Level $22.74 Acoustical Worker $48.63 5D Bridge, Dock And Wharf $48.47 5A Carpenters Carpenter $48.47 5D Creosoted Materiat $48.57 � Floor Finisher $48.60 5D Ftoor Layer $48.60 �Q Floor Sander ` $48.60 5D Sawfiler $48.60 5Q Shingler $48.60 5D Stationary Power Saw Operator $48.60 5D Stationary Woodworking Tools $48.60 5D Journey Level $49.15 7A Diver $100.28 5D Diver On Standby $56.68 � Diver Tender $52.23 5D Surface Rcv & Rov Operator $52.23 �D Surface Rcv Et Rov Operator $48.67 5A https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookup/prvV�agelookup.aspx �rtime Note 1H � 1M 1M 1M Z� 2F � � � 1M 1M � � 1M 1L� 1M L 1 M 8A � 1M 1� 1B ' 6/13/2012 Page 2 of 17 � King �. King � King King ' King ' King ' King �,:__ ` e e e � e e e e e � � Tender Assistant Engineer $49.57 5D Assistant Mate(deckhand) $49.Q6 ,�D En�ineer Welder $49.62 5D Leverman, Hydraulic $51.19 �D Maintenance $49.06 5D Mates And Boatmen $49.57 5� Oiler $49.19 5D Journey Level $48.47 � Journey Level $48J9 5P Journey Level $25.34 '�L Cable Splicer $61.93 jC Cable Splicer (tunnel) $66.55 7C Certified Welder $59.83 7C Certified Welder (tunnel) $64.23 7C Construction Stock Person $31.83 7C Journey Level $57.72 7C Journey Level (tunnel) $61.93 7C Craftsman $15.37 Journey Levet $14.69 Cable Splicer $64.95 5,� Certified line Welder $59.37 �,4 Groundperson $42.16 �A Head Groundperson $44.50 �A Heary Line Equipment $59.37 � Operator Jackhammer Operator $44.50 � Journey Level Lineperson $59.37 �q Line Equipment Operator $49.95 5,� Pote Sprayer $59.37 5A Powderperson $44.50 ,�q Journey Level $31.00 Mechanic $75.24 � Mechanic In Charge $82.00 7D All Classifications - In-Factory $14.15 � Work Only Fence Erector $15.18 1T 1T 1T 1T 11" 1T 1M 1E � � iw 2W 2W 2W � 8L $4 King King ' King King King ' King King Kin� King King King King King King King King ��� �� King King 0 � S � S � A � � e � S 1 1 � `}9 4A � 4L 4A � � 4A 4� � 4A � https:/lfortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookuplprvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 �'King Ft�gers King Glaziers �Ki.ng Heat 8 Frost In. Asbestos Worke i King Heatin�E ui�m +King Hod Carriers & � `King Industrial Engirn Mechanics ' King Industrial Powei : Cleaner King Inland Boatmen King Inland Boatmen `King Inland Boatmen King 4ntand Boatmen King Inland Boatmen King Intand Boatmen King Inspection/Ctea Kin� King King King King King King King King ' King King King ' King � King King , �<..,. Journey Level $33.93 7A Journey Level $50.91 7L Journeyman $55.68 5„� � Journey Level $67.82 7� rs Journey Level $41.28 7A �g Journey Level $15.65 Journey Level $9.24 Boat Operator $51.95 � Cook $48.62 56 Deckhand $48.62 � Deckhand Engineer $49.60 5B Launch Operator $50.80 � Mate $50.80 5B Qf Cleaner Operator, Foamer $31.49 Opeeator Of Grout Truck Operator $11.48 Of Head Operator $24.91 Of Technician $19.33 Of Tv Truck Operator $20.45 Journey Levet $48.47 5D Journeyman $58.27 7N Air, Gas Or Electric Vibrating $40.03 7� Screed Airtrac Drill Operator $41.28 � Ballast Regular Machine $40.03 7A Batch Weighman $33.93 � Brick Pavers $40.03 7A Brush Cutter $40.03 � Brush Hog Feeder $40.03 7A Burner $40.03 7A Caisson Wocker $41.28 7A Carpenter Tender $40.03 7A Caulker $40.03 � Cement Dumper-paving $40.77 7A Cement Finisher Tender $40.03 � Page 3 of 17 � 1Y � � 2Y 1 1 1K 1K � 1K L 1K 1 1 1 1 1 � 10 � � 2Y �Y 2Y ZY � 2Y 2Y 2Y ZY G https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookup/prvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 Page 4 of 17 :: King ? King ' King u;.,a King King King King King ' King King King King King King King `King Kin� King King King King � King ' King ... - Change House Or Dry Shack $40.03 � Chipping Gun �under 30 Lbs.) $4Q.03 7A Chipping Gun(30 Lbs. And $40.77 � Over) Choker5etter $40.03 � 'Chuck Tender $40.03 7A Clary Power Spreader $40.77 7A Clean-up Laborer $40.03 7A Concrete Dumper/chute $40.77 7A Operator Concrete Form Stripper ' $40.03 7A Concrete Placement Crew $40.77 7A Concrete Saw Operator/core $40.77 7A Dritler Crusher Feeder $33.93 7A Curing Laborer $40.03 7A Demolition: Wrecking St Moving $40.03 � (inct. Charred Material) Ditch Digger $40.03 L Diver $41.28 7A DrillOpecator $40.77 7A (hydraulic,diamond) Dry Stack Walls $40.03 7A Dump Person $40.03 7A Epoxy Technician $40.03 7A Erosion Control Worker $40.03 ,� Faller 8 Bucker Chain Saw $40.77 7A Fine Graders $40.03 7A Firewatch $33.93 7A Form Setter $40.03 � Gabian Basket Builders $4U.03 7A GeneralLaborer $40.03 7A Grade Checker ft Transit $41.28 7A Person Grinders $40.03 7A Grout Machine Tender $40.03 7 Groutmen (pressure)including $40.77 7A Post Tension Beams Guardrail Erector $40.03 7A Hazardous Waste Worker (level $41.28 7A A) Hazardous Waste Worker {level $40.77 7A B) Hazardous Waste Worker (level $40.03 7A C) High Scaler $41.28 7A �Y �Y ��� �Y � 2Y � 2Y 2Y � � 2Y 2Y � 2Y 2Y 2Y � 2Y 2Y 2Y 2Y https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookup/prvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 Page 5 of 17 King ' King � Ki�ng King King King King Ki King King King King King King ;K� ':King King ' King Jackhammer $40.77 LA Laserbeam Operator $40.77 7A Maintenance Person $40.03 7� Manhole Builder-mudman $40.77 7A Material Yard Person $40.03 7A Motorman-dinky Locomotive $40.77 7A Nozzleman (concrete Purnp, $40.77 7A Green Cutter When Using Combination Of High Pressure Air £t Water On Concrete & Rock, Sandblast, Gunite, Shotcrete, Water Bta Pavement Breaker $40.77 7A Pilot Car $33.93 7A Pipe LayerLead $41.28 j� Pipe Layer/tailor $40.77 7A Pipe Pot Tender $40.77 7A Pipe Retiner $4Q.77 7A Pipe Wrapper $40J7 7A Pot Tender $40.03 7A Powderman $41.28 �A Powderman's Helper $40.03 j� Power Jacks $40.77 7A Railroad Spike Puller - Power $40.77 7� Raker - Asplaalt $41.28 7A Re-timberman $41.28 � Remote Equipment Operator $40.77 7A Rigger/signal Person $40.77 7A Rip Rap Person $40.03 7A Rivet Buster $40.77 � Rodder $40.77 7A Scaffotd Erector $40.03 7A Scate Person $40.03 7A Sloper (over 20") $40.77 7A Sloper5prayer $40.03 7A Spreader(concrete) $40.77 � Stake Hopper $40.03 7A Stock Piler $40.03 j� Tamper £t Similar :Electric, Air $40.77 � &t Gas Operated Tools Tamper (multiple & Seif- $40.77 � propelled) Timber Person - Sewer (lagger, $40.77 7A Shorer �t Cribber) Toolroom Person (at Jobsite) $40.03 � Topper $40.03 7A �Y �Y ZY �Y .�Y ZY 2Y �Y Y 2Y 2Y 2Y � 2Y ZY 2Y �Y �Y � 2Y https:/Jfortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookup/prvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 Page 6 of 17 ': King , Kir�g ', King Laborers King Laborers �: King L.a or rs ; Krng Laborers King Laborers King Laborers `King Laborers King orers King Laborers King King King King King King King King King King King Kin� `King `King � ; Kir�g wui c� � - Water Track Laborer $40.03 ZQ Track Liner (power) $40.77 7q Truck Spotter $40.03 7A Tugger Operator $40.77, 7A Tunnel Work-Compressed Air $52.08 7A Worker 0-30 psi Tunnet Work-Compressed Air $57.08 7A ' Worker 30.01-44.00 psi Tunnel Work-Compressed Air $60J6 7� Worker 44.01-54.00 psi Tunnet Work-Compressed Air $66.46 7A Worker 54.01-60.00 psi Tunnel Work-Compressed Air $68.58 � Worker 60.01-64.00 psi Tunnel Work-Compressed Air $73.68 7A Worker 64.01-68.00 psi Tunnel Work-Compressed Air $75.58 7A Worker 68.01-70.00 psi Tunnel Work-Guage and Lock $41.38 7A Tender Tunnet Work-Miner $41.38 7A Vibrator $40.77 7A Vinyt Seamer $40.03 7A Watchman $30.84 � Welder $40.77 7A Well Point Laborer $40.77 � Window Washer/cteaner $30.84 7A General Laborer �t Topman $40.03 7A Pipe Layer $40.77 Z9 irrigation Or Lawn Sprinkter $13.56 Installers Landscape Equipment $28.17 Operators Or Truck Drivers Landscaping or Rlanting $17.87 Laborers Journey Level $48J4 �p Journey Level $48.27 5A Fitter $15.86 Laborer $9.78 Machine Operator $13.04 Painter $11.10 Welder $15.48 Journey Level $49.47 � Cabinet Assembly $11.56 Etectrician $11.56 � 2Y � 2Y 2Y � � Z�C � � 2Y �Y �Y 2Y � 2Y 2Y ZY � �YY 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 $Q ;' $4 : � ,; $4 � � � �� https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookup/prvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 1 King �' King i— King � King King ; King � King `King King � King ' King King King 1 King King ; King King Ki King King King King King King King Equipment Maintenance $11.56 Ptumber $11.56 Production Worker $9.40 Tool Maintenance $11.56 Utility Person $11.56 Wetder $11.56 Journey Level $35J2, � Journey Levet $48.67 5A Journey Level $46.88 7� Journey Levet $9.04 Journey Level $70.84 6Z Asphalt Plant Operators $50.39 j� Assistant Engineer $47.12 7A Barrier Machine (zipper) $49.90 7A Batch Plant Operator, $49.90 7A Concrete 6obcat $47.12 7A , Brokk - Remote Demotition $47.12 7A ' Equipment Brooms $47.12 7A Bump Cutter $49.90 � Cableways $50.39 7A Chipper $49.90 � Compressor $47.12 7A Concrete Pump: Truck Mount $50.39 7A With Boom Attachment Over 42 M Concrete Finish Machine -laser $47.12 7A Screed Concrete Pump - Mounted Or $49.48 7A Trailer High Pressure Line Pump, Pump High Pressure. 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King Wheel Tractors, Farmatl Type $47.12 � Yo Yo Pay Dozer $49.90 7A Journey Level In Charge $42.91 5A Spray Person $40.73 � Tree Equipment Operator $41.29 5A Tree Trimmer $38.38 '� Tree Trimmer Growndperson $28.95 5,� Journey Level $69.96 6Z Journey Level $48.27 � Journey Level $28.20 Journey Level $22.64 Journey Level $38.08 5D Journey Level $48J9 5� JOURNEY LEVEL $30.44 Journey Level $34.60 7L Journey Level $26.28 Journey Level $23..03 Journey Level $24.09 Jaurney Levet $24.46 Journey Level $34.69 Journey Levet $69.96 6Z Journey Level (Field or Shop) $40.04 7F Journey Level $41.95 5A Journey Level $41.31 5,� Journey Level $48.27 � Journey Level $43.93 5A Journey Level $21.46 Joumey Level $25.17 Journey Level $43.65 �4 Using Irritable Bituminous $46.65 5A Materials Journey Level (Field or Shop) $67.82 7F Boilermaker $35.83 �1 � � 4A 4A 4A 49 � � 1M 1 1 $P � King Kino King King King King King King King King King King King ; King King � King Kin� 1 1H 1 1 1 1 1 1G 1R 2Z 2R 1�L► 1M 1 � 1R https://fortress.wa.govllni/wagelookup/prvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 Page i 6 of 17 King King Kin� King � King � King i King King ' King King King King King King King King King King King King King King King King � King � King Electrician $3b.23 �Q Heat i't Frost Insutator $55.68 5J Laborer $34.82 �Q Machinist $36.19 70 Operator $38.58 � Painter $36.21 70 Pipefitter $36.16 �Q Rigger $36.16 70 Sandblaster $35.17 7�( Sheet Metal $36.14 70 Shipfitter $36.16 ZQ Trucker $36.00 70 Warehouse $36.06 7Q Welder/Burner $36.16 70 Sign Installer $22.92 Sign Maker $21.3b � Sign Installer $27.28 _ Sign Maker $33.25 Journe Level 41.95 Y $ 5A Journey Levet $12,44 Journey Level $68.79 5C i Journey Level $13.23 Journey Level $48.27 5A Journey Level $19.09 Assistant Construction Site ' $49.48 � Surveyor Chainman $48.96 78 Construction Site Surveyor $50.39 7A Journey Level $22.76 _ Cable Splicer $34.20 5A : Mole Digger/Ground Person $18J2 �Q _ InstaUer (Repairer) $32.78 5A _ Special Aparatus Installer I $34.20 5A _ Special Apparatus Installer ll $33.51 5A � 36 1 1 1 1 1X 1 1 1T � 1T 1 � � 2B 26 2B $P $Q https://fortress.wa.gov/lni/wagelookup/prvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 Page 17 of 17 ': King ''King ii King King � King King Ki'ng King Kin� King King King King King ' King King King King _ Telephone Equipment Operator $34.21 5, l� (Heavy) _ Telephone Equipment Operator $31.81 5A (Light) _ Tetephone Lineperson $31.81 ,5� _ Television Groundperson $18.16 5A _ Tetevision .Lineperson/Instalter $24.09 5A _ 'felevision System Technician $28.72 5A = Television Teehnician $25.81 � _ Tree Trimmer $31.82 � Journey Level $43.93 � Journey Level $21.65 ' Finisher $37.76 5A Journey Level $40.73 j� Asphalt Mix Over 16 Yards (W. $46.97 � WA-Joint Councit 28) Asphalt Mix To 16 Yards (W. $46.13 5D WA-Joint Council 28) Dump Truck ft Trailer $46.97 ;� Dump Truck (W. WA-Joint $46.13 5D Council 28) Other Trucks (W. WA-Joint $46.97 5D Council 28) Transit Mixer $23.45 � Irrigation Pump Instatler $17.71 � Oiler $12.97 � Well Driller $18.00 � $.� � $� .�9 � 3A 8L 3A 8L 1 1 1 https://fortress.wa.gov/lniiwagelookuplprvWagelookup.aspx 6/13/2012 ' ' ' ' ' , BEN�FIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU OS-30-2012 *�*w��M*******rs�r►w***�►**s***rtaw�*r**tM*�*w�r*r�**�►w*�*�*�*�r*�**ww*s*�***M�w*�**r**�rs*���*ws**w�*rw�s*s*�*ssss**�rMrM*�r�r OVERTIME C DES OVERTIME CALCULATIONS ARE BASED ON THE HOURLY RATE ACTUALLY PA1D TO THE WORKER ON PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS, THE HOURLY RATE MU6T BE NOT LESS THAN THE PREVAILIN� RATE OF WAGE MINU3 THE HOURL'Y RATE OF THE COST OF FRINGE BENEFIT$ ACTUALLY PROVIDED FOR THE WORKER. l. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF BIC3HT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOUR3 PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WA(3E. B. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS 3HALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALP TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WA(3E. C. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIQHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MOND?►Y THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAQE. ALL OTHER OVERTIME HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. D. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS BEFORE OR AFTER A FNE - EIGHT (8) HOUR WORKWEEK DAY OR A FOUR - TEN (10) HOUR WORKWEEK DAY AND THE FIRST EIC3HT {8) HOURS WORKED THE NEXT DAY AFTER EITHER ' WORKWEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL ADDITIONAL HOURS WORKED AND ALL WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ' E. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAIt HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-I�ALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTHER HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHAI,L BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. � , F. THE FIItST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REQULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTHER OVERTIME HOURS WORKED, EXCEPT LABOR DAY, SNALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT THREE TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. G. THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS AND THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS WORKED ON A FIFTH ' CALENDAR WEEKDAY IN A FOUR - TEN HOUR SCHEDi7LE, SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF TEN (10) HOURS PER DAY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND IiOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAC3E. ' ' ' t ' ' ' ' H. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF WORK IS LOST DUE TO 1NCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS OR EQUIPMENT BREAKDOVVN) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TI�RES 'TEIE HOLIRLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGB. K. L. M. N. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL ALSO BE PAID AT ONE AND DOUBLE THE HOURL,Y RATE OF WAGE. Tf� FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY TIiROUGH FRIDAY AND TI� FAtST TEN (10) HOU1tS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TTMES TI� HOURI,Y RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER TEN (10) HOURS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOtIRLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF TEN (10) �iOURS PER DAY MONDAY THROUGH SATI)RDAY AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHAI;L BE PAiD AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGB. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF WORK IS LOST DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATF�R CONDITIONS) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ON�HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WA(3E. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SAT(JRDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HA1.F TTMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAY3 SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-OZ-2012 THRU OS-30-2012 -2- O. THE FIRST TEN (10) HOUR3 WORKED ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIME3 TH8 HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS AND AFTER TWELVE (12) HOURS, MONDAY THROUC3H PRIDAY, AND AFTER TEN (!0) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WA(3E. P, ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF CIRCUMSTANCES WARRAN'1� AND SUNDAYS SHALL B8 PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES TfiE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Q. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIC3HT (8) REC3ULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND UP TO TEN (10) HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF TEN (]0) HOURS PER DAY MONDAY THROUCiH SATURDAY AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAY3 AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT CHRIS'TMAS UAl� SNALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON CHRISTMA3 DAY SHALL BE PATD AT TWO AND ONE- H.ALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. R. ALL HOURS WOitKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 3HALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. S. Tf� FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REC3ULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUC3H FRIDAY AND THE FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS AND ALL OTHER OVERTIME HOURS WORKED, EXCEPT LABOR DAY, SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE, ALL HOURS WORKED ON LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT THREE TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. T. WORK PERFORMED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOLJRS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY, OR TEN (]0) HOIJRS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY WHEN FOUR TEN (]0) HOUR SHIFTS ARE ESTABLISHED, OR FORTY (40) HOURS OP STRAIGHT TIME PER WEEK, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR OUTSIDE THE NORMAL SHIFT, AND ALL WORK ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TIME AND ONE-HALF T8E STRAIGHT TIME RATE. HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE HOURS (12) IN A SINGLE SHIFT AND ALL WORK PERFORMED AFTER 6:00 PM SATURDAY TO 6:00 AM MONDAY AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE STRAIGHT TIME RATE OF PAY. Tf� EMPLOYER SHALL HAVE THE SOLE DISCRETTON TO ASSIGN OVERTIME WORK TO EMPLOYEES. PRIMARY CONSIDERATION FOR OVERTIME WORK SHALL BE GNEN TO EMPLOYEES REGULARLY ASSIGNED TO THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED ON OVERTIME SITUATIONS. AFTER AN EMPLOYEE HAS WORKED EIGHT (8) HOURS AT AN APPLICABLE OVERTIIvIE RATE, ALL ADDITIONAL HOURS SHALI. BE AT THE APPLICABLE OVERTIME RATE UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE EMPLOYEE HAS HAD A BREAK OF EIGHT (8) HOURS OR MORE. U. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALLBE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT LABOR DAY) SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TiMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT THREE TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. V. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT THANKSGNING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAI� SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF T1MES TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON THANKSGMNG DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. W. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS (EXCEPT MAKE-UP DAYS DUE TO CONDITIONS BEYOND TI� CONTROL OF Tff� EMPLOYER)) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. X. THE FIRST FOUR (4) HOURS AFTER EI(3HT (8) REGULAR HOLJRS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND TfiE FIRST TWELVE (12) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE IiOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS MONDAY THROUGH SA'!'URDAY, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TFIE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. WHEN HOLIDAY FALLS ON SAT[3RDAY OR SUNDAY, TI� DAY BEFORE SATURDAY, FRIDAY, AND THE DAY AFTER SUNDAY, MONDAY, SHALL BE CONSIDERED THE HOLIDAY AND ALL WORK PERFORMED SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Y. ALL HOURS WORKED OUTSmE THE FiOURS OF 5:00 AM AND 5:00 PM (OR SUCH OTHER HOURS AS MAY BE AGREED UPON BY ANY EMPLOYER AND THE EMPLOYEE) AND ALL HOURS WORKED W EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) IiOUR:S PER DAY (10 HOURS PER DAY FOR A 4 X 10 WORKWEEK) AND ON SATURDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT LABOR DAI� SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF 1TMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. (EXCEPT FOR EMPLOYEES WHO ARE ABSENT FROM WORK WITHOUT PRiOR APROVAL ON A SCEIEDULED WORKDAY DURING THE WORKWEEK SHALL BE PAID AT THE STRAIGHT-TIME RATE UNTIL THEY HAVE WORKED 8 HOURS IN A DAY (10 IN A 4 X 10 WORKWEEK) OR 40 HOURS DUWNG THAT WORKWEEK) ALL HOUR5 WORKED MONDAY THItOUGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TE3E HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ' ' 1. Z. �, � 2. ' ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , ' ' ' ' ' BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU OS-30-2012 -3- ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALP TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WA(3E. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID THE STRAIGHT TIME RATE OF PAY IN ADDITTON TO HOLIDAY PAY. ALL HOURS WORKED TN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TTMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. B. C. F. G. H. K. O. R. U. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES TIiE HOURLY RATE OF WAt3E. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY ItATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES THE HOURLY'RATE OF WAGE. THE FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT THE STRAIGHT HOURLY RATE OF WAGE IN ADDITTON TO THE HOLIDAY PAY. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAY SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON PAID HOLIDAYS SHALL BE P?►ID AT TWO AND ONE-HALF 'IZMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE INCLUDING HOLIDAY PAY, ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAY SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIIvIES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TTMES TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE IN ADDITION TO TFIE HOLIDAY PAY. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TTMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOiTRS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS AND ALL HOURS WORKED OVER SIXTY (60) IN ONE WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER 12 HOUR5 TN A DAY, OR ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE FiOURLY RATE OF WAGE. W. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY Tf�iOUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIItST EIGHT (8) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES 'TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTHER HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUCrH SATURDAY, AND ALL HOURS WORICED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE Tf� HOURL;Y RATE OF WAGE. ON A FOUR-DAY, TEN-HOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE, EITHER MONDAY THRU THURSDAY OR TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY SCHEDULE, ALL HOURS WORKED AFTER TEN SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. 'IT� FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS WORKED ON THE FIFTFI DAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTHER HOURS WORICED ON TI� FIFTH, SIXTH, AND SEVENTFi DAYS AND ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Y. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT FOR MAKE-UP DAYS) SFiALL BE PAID AT ONE AND OIVE-HALF TIMES TI� FiOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY Tf�tOUGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PATD AT DOUBLE TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Z. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY BETWLEN'fHE HOt7RS OF 6:00 P.M. AND 6:00 A.M. AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIl�IES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE, EXCEPT FOR COMI��RCIAL, OCCUPIED BUILDINGS WHERE FLOOR COVERING WORK CANNOT BE PERFORMED IN TI� REGULAR DAYTIME HOURS DUE TO OCCUPANCY. FOR SUCH OCCUPIED, COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS; TI� EMPLOYEE MAY AGREE TO WORK BETWEEN TI� HOURS OF 6:00 PM TO 6:00 AM MONDAY TZiROUGH SATURDAY MORIVING AT 6:00 AM AT AN OVERTIlVIE PAY RATE OF 10'�o OVER 1T3E STRAIGHT T1ME RATE. ALL IiOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFEC'fIVE 03-OZ-2012 THRU OS-30 2012 -4- 3. 4. ALL HOUR3 WURKED iN EXCE3S OF EIaHT (8) HOUR3 PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONUHALF TIME3 THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. A. WORK PERFORMED IN EXCESS OF EI(3HT (8) HOUItS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY, OR TEN (10) HOUR3 OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY WHEN FOUR TEN (10) HOUR SHIFTS ARE ESTABLISHED, OR FORTY (40) HOURS OF STRATGHT TIME PER WEEK, MONDAY THROUC3H PWDAY, OR OUTSIDE 'fHE NORMAL SHIFT, AND ALL WORK ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TIME AND ONE-HALF THE STRAIGHT TTME RA'i'E. HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE HOURS (12)1N A 3INGLE SHIFT AND AL'L WORK PERFORMED AFTER 6:00 PM SATURDAY TO 6:00 AM MONDAY AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE STRAIC3HT TIME RATE OF PAY. ANY 9HIFT STARTING BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 6:00 PM AND MIDWIGHT SHALL RECENE AN ADDITIONAL ONE DOLLAR ($1.00) PER HOUR FOR ALL HOURS WORKED THAT SHIFT. THE EMPLOYER SHALL HAVE THE SOLE DISCRETION TO ASSIGN OVERTIME WORK TO EMPLOYEES. PRIMARY CONSIDERATION FOR OYERTIME WORK SHALL BE GNEN TO ET?PLOYEES REGULARLY ASSIGNED TO THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED ON OVERTIME SITt7ATTONS. AFTER AN EMPLOYEE HAS WORKED EIGHT (8) HOURS AT AN APPLICABLE OVERTIME RATE, ALL ADDITIONAL HOURS SHALL BE AT THE APPLICABLE OVERTIME RATE UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE EMPIAYEE HAS HAD A BREAK OF EI(3HT (8) HOURS OR MORE. B. THE FIRST FOUR (4) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY THItOUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TWEI.VE (12) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOTJRLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOUKS WORKLD IN EXCE3S OF EIC3HT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PATD AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. A. ALL HOURS WOItKED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE Tf� HOLJRLY RATE OF WAGE. B. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF WORK IS LOST DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATF�R CONDITIONS) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (]2) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHAI,L BE PAID AT DOUBLE TfiE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. HOLIDAY CODES 5. A. B. C. D. H. I. J. I�. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, FRIDAY AFTEIt THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, FRiDAY AFTER THATIKSGNING DAY, Tf� DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, TI� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, Tf� FRmAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). IiOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE DAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS (6). HOLIDAY3: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, TIiANICSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (6). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, 1NDEPENDENCE DAY, TfiANKSGIVING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, Cf�tISTMAS EVE DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY ('n. HOLIDAYS: NEW I'EAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, 1NDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, THE DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU 0&30-2012 -5- �� L. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S UAY, MAkTIN LUTHER KINC3 JR. DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANK3GNING DAY, PRIDAY t#PTER THANKSCiNITTG DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8) 6. ' 7 ' ' N. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS' DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). P. IiOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANK3C3NING DAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANICSGNTNG DAY, TfiE DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). IF A HOLIDAY FALLS ON SUNDAY, THE FOLLOWING MONDAY SHALL BE CONSIDERED A3 A HOLIDAY. R PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSfiIVING DAY, DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, ONE-HALF DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY. (7 1 /2). S. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORiAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, TIiANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). T. PAID H�LIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AF'TER THANKSGIVTriG DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND THE DAY BEFORE OR AFTER CHILTSTMAS (9). Z. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, A�MORIAL DAY, iNDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS DAY, TAANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). A. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMOWAL DAY, 1NDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). E. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, DAY BEFORE OR AFTER NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNiNG DAY, DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND A HALF-DAY ON CHRISTMAS EVE DAY. (9 1/2). G. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIN I,UTT�R KING JR, DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS' DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, TF� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS EVE DAY (11). H. � � PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, NEW YEAR'S EVE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, TfiANKSGIVING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, '1'I� DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS, AND A FLOATING HOLIDAY (] 0). PAID I30LIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG UAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS DAY, THATIKSGNING DAY, TT� DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). UNPAID HOLIDAY: PRESIDENTS' DAY. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDETTCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, Tf� LAST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). Z. HOLIDAYS: NEW T'EAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGMNG DAY, AND GHRISTMAS DAY (7). IF A HOLIDAY FALLS ON SATURDAY, TI� PRECEDING FRIDAY SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS Tf� HOLIDAY. IF A HOLIDAY FALLS ON SUNDAY, TI� FOLLOWING MONDAY SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS THE HOLIDAY. A. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, TfiE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WFiICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERYED AS A HOLIDAY ON Tf� FOLLOWING MONDAY. TF ANY OF TI� LISTED HOLIDAYS FALLS ON A SATURDAY, Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY SHALL BE A REGULAR WORK DAY. B. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CH1tISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WFIICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FULLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHTCH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. ' BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU 0&30-2012 -6- C. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIN LUTHER KINC3 JR. DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, TIiANKSGIVIATG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANK3GNINCi DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED A3 A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDIN(3 FRIDAY. D. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERAN'S DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVINCi DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). UNPAID HOLIDAYS: PRESIDENT'S DAY. ANY PAID HOLTDAY WHICH FALLS ON A 3UNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON 'fFIE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY PAID HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. E. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CFiRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY, ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. F. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, NIEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSdMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, TI� LAST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY 3HALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY. G. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY,INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (6). ANY HOLII)AY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED A3 A HOLIDAY ON 1'HE FOLLOWING MONDAY. H. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIN LUTHER K1NG JR. DAY,INDEPENDENCE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, Ti� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, THE LAST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). ANY HOLIDAY WH1CH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOW[NG MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDIN(3 FRIDAY. I. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENT'S DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, Tf� DAY BEFQRE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMA5 DAY (9). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WFIICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY. J. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOit DAY, 1TiANKSGIVING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (6). ANY HOLIDAY WHICN FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. K HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, TFLE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WI�IICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON'Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY. L. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, THANiCSGMNG DAY, THE LAST WORK DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A FIOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICN FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. M. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, THE DAY AFTER OR BEFORE NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENT'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INllEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, TFIE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND TI� D.AY AFTER OR BEFORE CHRISTMAS �AY. 10). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WFIICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. N. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLI:OWING MONDAY. WI�N CHRISTMAS FALLS ON A SATURDAY, THE PRECEDING FRIDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY. ' � ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , ' ' BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU 08-30-Z012 _�_ 7. O. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'3 DAY, THE DAY AFTER OR BEFORE NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRE3IDENT'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, 1NDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFFER TNANKS(3IVING DAY, CHRIS'TMAS DAY, THE DAY AFTER OR BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND THE EMPLOYEES BIRTHDAY. 11). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SNALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FAL;LS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. P. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRiSTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A 3UNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWiNG MONDAY. Q. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVINCi DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, TI� T,AST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMA3 DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OB3ERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. IF ANY OF THE LISTED HOLIDAYS FALLS ON A SATURDAY, THE P1tECEDING FRIDAY SHALL BE A REGULAR WORK DAY. I��.������ $. A. IN ADDITION TO THE HOURLY WAGE AND FRINGE BENEFITS, TfiE FOLLOWING DEPTfi PREMIUMS APPLY TO DEPTHS OF FIFTY FEET OR MORE: OVER 50' TO 100' -$2.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 50 FEET OVER 100' TO 150' -$3.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER t00 FEET OVER 150' TO 220' -$4.U0 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 150 FEET OVER 220' -$5.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 220 FEET C. IN ADDITTON TO TFiE HOURLY WAGE AND FRINGE BENEFITS, Tf� FOLLOWING DEPTH PRBMIUMS APPLY TO DEPTHS OF FIFTY FEET OR MORE: OVER 50' TO i 00' -$1.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER SO FEET OVER l0U' TO 150' -$1.50 FER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 100 FEET OVER I50' TO 200' -$2.U0 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER ISO FEET OVER 200' - DIVERS MAY NAME THEIR OWN PRICE D. L. M. N. P. Q• WO1tKERS WORKING WITH SUPPLIED AiR ON HAZMA'T PROJECTS RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAi., $1.00 PER HOUR. WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECEIVE ADDITIONAL HOURLY PREMIUMS AS FOLLOWS - LEVEi., A: $0.75, LEVEL B: $0.50, AND LEVEL C: $0.25. WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECENE ADDITIONAL HO[JRLY PREMIUMS AS FOLLOWS: LEVELS A& B: $1.U0, LEVELS C 8c D: $0.50. WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECENE ADDITIONAL HOURLY PREMIUMS AS FOLLOWS - LEVEL A: $1.00, LEVEL B: $0.75, T,EVEL C: $0.50, AND LEVEL D: $0.25 WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECEIVE ADDI170NAL HOURLY PREMIUMS AS FOLLOWS - CLASS A SUIT: $2.00, CLASS B SUIT: $1.50, CLASS C SUIT: $1.00, AND CLASS D SUIT $0.50. 'THE HIGHEST PRESSURE REGISTEILED ON THE GAUGE FOR AN ACCUMULATED TIlvIE OF MORE THAN FIFTESN (15) MINUTES Di7RING Tf� SHIFT SHALL BE USED IN DETERMIhTING TTiE SCALE PAID. BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 TI�UtU 0&30-2012 �w*rsM»sw*w*w*r*�+�ws**►�**�*M�w*ar*ws***r**ww��w*�s***s*+�rr**s*wr»s»*R**s**�wsr*rrr*rs*r**�#���r*,�s�s�e��*R�ws*rs�s� OVERTIME CODES OVERTIME CALCULATION5 ARE BASED ON THE HOURLY RATC ACTUALLY PAID TO THE WORKER ON PUBLIC WORK3 PROJECTB, THE HOURLY RATE MUST BE NOT LESS THAN THE PREVAILING RATE OF WAGE MINUS THE HOURLY RATE OF THE COST OF FRINGE BENEFITS ACTUALLY PROVIDED FOR TIiE WORKER i. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. B. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL 8E PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. C. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAIt HOURS MONDAY THItOUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTHER OVERTIME HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. D. 'THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS BEFORE OR AFfER A FIVE - EIGHT (8) HOUR WORKWEEK DAY OR A FOUR - TEN (10) HOUR WORKWEEK DAY AND TI� FI1tST EIGHT (8) HOURS WORKED TI� NEXT DAY AFTER EITI�R WORKWEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND OIV�HALF TTMES THE HOURLY R?.TE OF WAGE. ALL ADDITIONAL HOURS WORKED AND ALL WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOITRLY RATE OF WAGE. E. Tf� FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY THItOU(�H FRIDAY AND TI� FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTFIER HOURS WORKED MONDAY TFIItOUGH SATURDAY, AND ALL HOLTRS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. F. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REG{TLAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTHER OVERTIlvtE HOURS WORKED, EXCEPT LABOR DAY, SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON LABOR DAY SHALL BE PA1D AT THREE TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. G. Tf� FIRST TEN (10) HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS AND THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS WORKED ON A FIFTfi CALENDAR WEEKDAY IN A FOUR - TEN H�UR SCFIEDULE, SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND O1V�HALF TIMES 'TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF TEN (]0) HOURS PER DAY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND IiOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. H. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF WORK IS LOST DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS OR EQUIPMENT BREAKDOWI� SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROLJGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (l2) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. I. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL ALSO BE PAID AT ONE AND DUUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. J. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND Tf� FIRST TEN (10) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ON&HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER TEN (10) HOURS MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. K. Ai,L HOURS WO1tKED ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND O1VE-HALF TIlvIES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TFIE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. L. 6�-A f.7 ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF TEN (10) HOURS PER DAY MONDAY TFIItOUGH SATURDAY AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TE� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORICED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF WORK IS LOST DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER CONDITIONS) SHAI,L BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES TEIE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SiJNDAYS ANU HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TEIE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SLTNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUSLE TFIE HOLTRLY RATE OF WAGE. ',1 ' i. , , ' , ' ' ' � ' , ' ' ' , , ' ' BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTTVE 03-02-2012 THRU 0&30-2012 -2- O. THE FIRST TEN (10) HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS, HOLIDAYS AND AFTER TWELVE (12) HOURS, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, AND AFTER TEN (10) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TI�E HOIIRLY RATE OF WAGE. P. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATtJRDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF CIRCUMSTANCES WARRAN'I) AND SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOUILS WORKED ON HOLiDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Q. THE FIRST TWO (2) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND UP TO TEN (10) HOURS WORK.ED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF TEN (10) HOURS PER DAY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY AND ALL IibUR5 WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLTDAYS (EXCEPT CH1tISTMAS DAY) SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON CHRISTMAS DAY SHALL BE PAID AT TWO AND ONE- HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. R, ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES TT� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. S, THE FIRST TWO (Z) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (S) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES Tf� IiOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS AND ALL OTI�R OVERTIME HOURS WORKED, EXCEPT LABOR DAY, SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT THREE TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. T. WORK PERFORMED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY, OR TEN (10) HOURS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY WHEN FOUR TEN (10) HOUR SHIFTS ARE ESTABLISHED, OR FORTY {40) HOURS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER WEEK, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR OUTSIDE TI� NORMAL SHIFT, AND ALL WORK ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TIME AND ONE-HALF TI� STRAIGHT TIME RATE. HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE HOURS Q2) IN A SINGLE SHIFT AND ALL WORK PERFORMED AFTER 6:00 PM SATURDAY TO 6:00 AM MONDAY AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE P?►ID AT DOUBLE THE STRAIGHT TIME RATE OF PAY. Tt� EMPLOYER SHALL HAVE THE SOLE DISCRETiON TO ASSIGN OVERTIME WORK TO EMPLOYEES. PRIMARY CONSIDERATION FOR OVERTIME WORK SHALL BE GIVEN TO EMPLOYEES REGULARLY ASSIGNED TO TFIE WORK TO BE PERFORMED ON OVERTIME SITUATIONS. AFTER AN EMPLOYEE HAS WORKED EIGHT (8) HOURS AT AN APPLICABLE OVERTIME RATE, ALL ADDITIONAL HOURS SHALL BE AT THE APPLICABLE OVERTIME RATE UNTIL SUCH TIME AS THE EMPLOYEE HAS HAD A BREAK OF EIGHT (8) HOURS OR MORE. U. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIIv1ES TIiE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOUR.S WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT LA80R DAl� SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT THREE TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. V W ALL HOIJRS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT TFIANKSGNING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAS� SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON THANKSGIVING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS (EXCEPT MAKE-UP DAYS DUE TO CONDITIONS BEYOND TT� CONTROL OF THE EMPLOYER)) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES TfiE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. X. Tf� F'IRST FOUR (4) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TWELVE (12) HQURS ON SATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS MONDAY 'fFIItOUGH SATURDAY, SUNDAY3 AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE'THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. WHEN HOLIDAY FALLS ON SATURDAY OR SUNDAY, THE DAY BEFORE SATURDAY, FWDAY, AND THE DAY AFTER SUNDAY, MONDAY, SHAI.L BE CONSIDERED TI� HOLIDAY AND ALL WORK PERFORMED SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Y. ALL HOURS WORKED OUTSIDE TI� HOURS OF 5:00 AM AND 5:00 PM (OR SUCH OTf�R HOURS AS MAY BE AGREED UPON 8Y ANY EMPLOYER AND Tf� EMPLOYEE) AND ALL HOURS WORKED II�T EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY (10 HOURS PER DAY FOR A 4 X 10 WORKWEEK) AND ON SATURDAYS AND HOLIDAYS (EXCEPT LABOR DA'i� SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. (EXCEPT FOR EMPLOYEES WIiO ARE ABSENT FROM WORK WITHOUT PRIOR APROVAL ON A SCI�DULED WORKDAY DURING THE WORKWEEK SHALL BE PAID AT '1T� STRAIGHT-TIlV1E RATE UN1TL 7T�Y HAVE WORKED 8 HOURS IN A DAY (l0 IN A 4 X 10 WORKWEEK) OR 40 HOURS DURING THAT WORKWEEK) ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND LABOR DAY SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU 08-30-2012 -3- � Z. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURUAYS AND SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-IiALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOUR3 WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID THE STRAIGHT TIME RATE OF PAY IN ADDITION TO HOLIDAY PAY. 2. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCE3S OF EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (4U) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-fIALF TIMES TEIE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. B. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TlMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. C. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TlMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WA(3E. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMBS TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. F. TI� FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SIiALL BE PAID AT THE STRAIGHT HOURLY RATE OF WAGE IN ADDITION TO TI� HOLIDAY PAY. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. G. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAY SHALL BE PAID AT TWO 1YMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WOItKED ON PAID HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TWO AND ONE-HALF TIlv1ES TI� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE INCLUDING HOLIDAY PAT'. H. K. O. R U. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SLTNDAY SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES TF� HOURLY RATE OF WAGB. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TFMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TWO TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE IN ADDITTON TO TF� HOLIDAY PAY. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HO[7RS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND NOLIDAYS AND ALL HOURS WORKED OVER SIXTY (6U) IN ONE WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TFIE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF T1MES TIiE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WOWCED OVER 12 HOURS IN A DAY, OR ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. W. 'I� FIRST TWO (2) HOURS ?►FTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY TFIltOUGH FRIDAY AND TI� FIRST EIGHT (8) FiOURS ON SATURDAY SIiALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOi7RLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTI�R HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH SATiJRDAY, AND ALL HOUR.S WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ON A FOUR-DAY, TEN-HOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE, EITHER MONDAY THRU THURSDAY OR TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY SCHEDULE, ALL HOURS WORKED AFTER TEN SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Tf� FIRST EIGHT (8) HOURS WORKED ON TF� FIFTH DAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL OTf�R HOURS WORKED ON TF� FIFTH, SIXTH, AND SEVENTFI DAYS AND ON HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Y. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS (EXCEPT FOR MAKE-UP DAYS) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TtMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY TFIILOUGH SATURDAY OVER TVVELVE (12) HOURS AND ALL IiOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE TF� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. Z. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 6:00 P.M. AND 6:00 A.M. AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS SFIALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TASES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE, EXCSPT FOR COMMERCIAL, OCCUPIED BUILDINGS WHERE FLOOR COVERiNG WORK CANNOT BE PERFORMED IN'I'FIE REGiJLAR DAYTTME HOURS DUE TO OCCUPANCY. FOR SUCH OCCUPIED, CONA�ERCiAL BUII,DINGS; THE EMPLOYEE MAY AGREE TO WORK BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 6:00 PM TO 6:00 AM MONDAY THROUGH SAT[JRDAY MORNING AT 6:00 AM AT AN OVERTIME PAY RATE OF 10'/o OVER 1TiE STRAIGHT TIME RATE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ' ' 3. ' ' ' , ' ' 4. ' ' BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU 0&30-2012 -4- ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF 'EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PBR WEBK 3HALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAC3E. A. WORK PERFORMED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) NOURS OF STRAIGHT TIME PER DAY, OR TEN (10) HOURS OF STRAIGH'f TIME PER DAY WHEN FOUR TEN (10) HOUR SHIFTS ARE ESTABLISHED, OR FORTY (40) �IOURS OF STR.AIGFIT TIME PER WEEK, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, OR OUTSIDE TI� NORMAL SHIFT, AND ALL WORK ON SATURDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT TIME AND ONE-HALF THE STRAIGHT TIME RATE. HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE HOURS (12)1N A SINGLE SHIF'� AND ALL WORK PERFORMED AFTER 6,00 PM SATURDAY TO 6:00 AM MONDAY AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE STRAiGHT TIME RATE OF PAY. ANY SHIFT STARTING BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 6:00 PM AND MIDTTIGHT SHALL RECENE AN ADDITIONAL ONE DOLLAR ($1.U0) PER HOUR FOR ALL HOURS WORKED THAT SHIFT. THE EMPLOYER SHALL HAVE THE SOLE DISCRETION TO ASSIGN OVERTIIvIE WORK TO EMPLOYEES. PRIMARY CONSIDERATION FOR OVERTIME WORK SHALL BE GIVEN TO EMPLOYEES REGULARLY ASSIGNED TO THE WORK TO BE PERFORMED ON OVERTIME SITUATIONS. AFTER AN EMPLOYEE HAS WORKED EIGHT (8) HOURS AT AN APPLICABLE OVERTIME R.ATE, ALL ADDITIONAL HOURS SHALL BE AT THE APPLICABLE OVERTIME RATE UNTIL SUCH TIME AS TI� EMPIAYEE HAS HAD A BREAK OF EIGHT (8) HOURS OR MOi2E. B. TFIE FIRST FOUR (4) HOURS AFTER EIGHT (8) REGULAR HOURS MONDAY Tf�20UGH FRIDAY AND THE FIRST TWELVE (12) PIOURS ON 5ATURDAY SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF T1MES THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS MOTtDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, AND ALL Ii0UR5 WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOLTRS WORKED IN EXCESS QF EIGHT (8) ROURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES Tf� HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. A. ALL HOURS WORKED IN EXCESS OF EIGHT (8) HOURS PER DAY OR FORTY (40) HOURS PER WEEK SHALL BE i�AID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. B. ALL HOURS WORKED ON SA'I'URDAYS (EXCEPT MAKEUP DAYS IF WORK IS LOST DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATfiER ' CONDITIONS) SHALL BE PAID AT ONE AND ONE-HALF TIMES Tf�E HOURLY RATE OF WACiE. ALL HOURS WORKED MONDAY TFDtOUGH SATURDAY OVER TWELVE (12) HOURS AND ALL HOURS WORKED ON SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS SHALL BE PAID AT DOUBLE THE HOURLY RATE OF WAGE. , , 5. A. B. ' C. ' D. , H. I. ' J. , K ' HOLIDAY CODES HOLIDAYS: IVEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THAIVKSGNING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, THE DAY BEFORE CFIItISTMAS, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, Ti� FRIDAY ANU SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGMNG DAY, AND CHItISTM.AS DAY (8). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAX, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE DAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS (�. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORiAL DAY, 1lVDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, AND CfiRISTMAS DAY (6). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, IIVDEPENDENCE DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, F�tIDAY AF'I'ER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS EVE DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PILESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER TIiANKSGIVING DAY, Tf� DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 THRU 0&30-2012 -8- 5. 6. L. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSCiN1NG DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANK3C3IVINC3 DAY, AND GHRISTMAS DAY (8) N. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, 1NDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS' DAY, THANK3GNING DAY, TI� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNIN(3 DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). P. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNINCi DAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, THE DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). IF A HOLIDAY FALLS ON SUNDAY, Tf� FOLLOWING MONDAY SHALL BE CONSTDERED AS A HOLIDAY. R. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNIN(3 DAY, DAY AFTER THANKSGMNG DAY, ONE-HALF DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY. (7 i/2). S. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR`S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, AND Cf�IltISTMAS DAY ('7). T. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, TF� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND THE DAY BEFORE OR AFTER CHRISTMAS (9). Z. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LASOR DAY, VETERANS DAY, THANKSGMNCr DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). A. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DA1' (8). E. G. H. I. Q• T. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, DAY BEFORE OR AFTER NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEFENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, DAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND A HALF-DAY ON CHRISTMAS EVE DAY. (9 1/2). PAID NOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIAT LUTf�R KING JR. DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS' DAY, TfiANKSGNING DAY, Tf� FRIDAY AF'TER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS EVE DAY (11). PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, NEW YEAR'S EVE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS, AND A FLOAT[NG HOLIDAY (10). PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERANS DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, Tf� DAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). UNPAID HOLIDAY: PitESIDENTS' DAY. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENTS' DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, TFIE LAST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). Z. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, FRmAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). IF A HOLIDAY FALLS ON SATURDAY, TIiE PRECEDIIdG FRmAY SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS THE HOLIDAY. IF A HOLIDAY FALLS ON SUNDAY, TFIE FOLLOWING MONDAY SHALL BE CONSIDERED AS THE HOLIDAY. A. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNINTG DAY, THE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFT'ER THANKSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WI�IICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. IF ANY OF Tf� LISTED HOLmAYS FALLS ON A SATURDAY, Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY SHALL BE A REGULAR WORK DAY. B. HOLmAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOit DAY, THANKSGNING DAY,1'f� FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WHICfi FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI�E FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TFIE PRBCEDING FRIDAY. ' � ' ' � ' ' BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-OZ-2012 THRU 0&30-2012 -6- 7. C. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY, MEMORIAL DAY,INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANK3GIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMA3 DAY (8). ANY NOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLTDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. D. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, VETERAN'S DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANiCSGNING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). UNPAID HOLIDAYS: PRESIDENT'S DAY. ANX PAID HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TFIE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY PAID HOLIDAY WH1CH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLTDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIAAY. E. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDBPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANK3ONING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TF� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI� PRECEDING FRIDAY. F. HOLIDAY3: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR UAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNWG DAY, TI� LAST WORKII�TG DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOLIDAY WI�IICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING 1vIONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. G. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, AND , CHRISTMAS DAY (6). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TF� FOLLOWING MONDAY. H. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR , DAY, THANKSGIVII�TG DAY, Tf� FRTDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, Tf� LAST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (9). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY. � ' I. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENT'S DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, THArTKSGNING DAY, TF� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGMNG DAY, THE DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY AND CHRiSTMAS DAY (9). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON Tf� FOL,L;OWiNG MONDAY. ANY HOLTDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. J. HOLIDAYS: TTEW YEAR'S DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY AND CI�RISTMAS DAY (6). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLmAY ON ' TEIE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRiDAY. K. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, THE FRIDAY AND , SATURDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, AIVD CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANl' HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON TI� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY FiOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PREGEDING FRIDAY. ' � ' ' t 1 L. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, L.ABOR DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, THANKSGMNG DAY, THE LAST WORK DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON 'Tf� FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON Tf� PRECEDING FRIDAY. M. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, THE DAY AFTER OR BEPORE NEW YEAR'S DAY, PRESIDENT'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNING DAY, 1T� FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, AND TI� DAY AFTER OR BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY. 10). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SLJNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY DN THE PRECEDING FRmAY. N. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FAI:LS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OSSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. WHEN CHRISTMAS FALLS ON A SATURDAY, THE PRECEDING FRIDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY. � BENEFIT CODE KEY - EFFECTIVE 03-02-2012 TI�tU 0&30-2�12 -7- O. PAID HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, THE DAY AFTER OR BEFORE NEW YEAR'3 DAY, PRE3IDENT'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDEI�CE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGNINC3 DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGIVING DAY, CHRISTMAS DAY, THE DAY AFTER OR BEFORE CHRISTMAS DAY, AND THE EMPLOYEES BIRTFIDAY. 11). ANY HOLIDAY WHIGH FALLS ON A 3UNDAY 3HALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SATURDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE PRECEDING FRIDAY. ' ' ' P. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENUENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGTVING DAY, ' FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGMNG DAY, AND CHRISTMAS DAY (7). ANY HOLIDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. Q. HOLIDAYS: NEW YEAR'S DAY, MEMORIAL DAY, INDEPENDENCE DAY, LABOR DAY, THANKSGIVING DAY, THE FRIDAY AFTER THANKSGNING DAY, THE LAST WORKING DAY BEFORE CHRtSTMAS DAY AND CHRISTMAS DAY (8). ANY HOL,IDAY WHICH FALLS ON A SUNDAY SHALL BE OBSERVED AS A HOLIDAY ON THE FOLLOWING MONDAY. IF ANY OF TI� LISTED HOLIDAYS FALLS ON A SATURDAY, THE PRECEDiNG FRIDAY SHALL BE A REGULAR WORK DAY. / •�13 8. A. IN ADDITION TO Tf� HOURLY WAGE AND FRINGE BENEFITS, TEIE FOLLOWING DEPTH PREMIUMS APPLY TO DEPTHS OF FIFTY FEET OR MORE: OVER 50' TO 100' -$2.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 50 FEET O�ER 100' TO I50' -$3.00 PER FOOT FdR EACH FOOT OVER 100 FEET OVER 150' TO 220' -$4.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 150 FEET OVER 220' -$5.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 220 FEET C. IN ADDITION TO 'Tf� HOURLY WAGE AND FRWGE BENEFITS, THE FOLLOWING DEPTH PREMIUMS APPLY TO DEPTHS OF FIFTY FEET OR MORE: OVER 50' TO 1 UO' -$1.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 50 FEET OVER 100' TO 150' -$1.50 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 100 FEET OVER 150' TO 200' -$2.00 PER FOOT FOR EACH FOOT OVER 150 FEET OVER 2U0' - DIVERS MAY NAME Tf�IR OWN PRICE D. L. M. N. P. Q• WORKERS WORKING WITH SUPPLIED AIR ON I�AZMAT PROJECT3 RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL $1.00 PER HOUR. WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECEIVE ADDITIONAL HOURLY PREMI[JMS AS FOLLOWS - LEVEL A: $0.75, LEVEL B: $0.50, AND LEVEL C: $0:25. WORKERS ON IiAZMAT PROJECTS RECENE ADDITIONAL HOURLY PREMIUMS AS FOLLOWS: LEVELS A& B: $1.00, LEVELS C & D: $0.50. WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECEIVE ADDI'fIONAL HOURLY PREMNMS AS FOLLOWS - LEVEL A: $1.00, LEVEL B: $0.75, LEVEL C: $0.50, AND LEVEL D: $0.25 WORKERS ON HAZMAT PROJECTS RECEIVE ADDITIONAL HOURLY PREMNMS AS FOLLOWS - CLASS A SiTIT: $2.00, CLASS B SUIT: $1.50, CLASS C SiJTT: $1.00, ANU CLASS D SUIT $0.50. T'HE �HIGHEST PRESSURE REGISTERED ON TI� GAUGE FOR AN ACCiJMUI.ATED TIME OF MORE THAN FIFfBEN (15) MINUT'ES DURING THE SHIFT SHALL BE USED IN DETERMINING Tf� SCALE PAID. General Decision Number: WA100001 06/10/2011 WA1 Superseded General Decision Number: WA20080001 State: Washington Construction Type: Highway Counties: Washington Statewide. HIGHWAY {Excludes D.O.E. Hanford Site in Benton and Franklin Counties) Modification Publication Date Modification Publication Date Number Number 0 03/12/2010 20 5/13/2011 1 03/19/2010 2l 06/10/2011 _... 2 04/16/2010 ...... 3 07/02/2010 9 07/30/2010 .... 5 08/06/2010 6 08/20/2010 7 09/10/2010 _......... 8 09/24/2010 .. 9 10/O1/2010 ....... 10 10/08/2010 __... 11 10/15/2010 12 11/05/2010 13 11/12/2010 14 11/26/2010 15 12/03/2010 _... .. 16 O1/07/2011 17 01/21/2011 ....... 18 03/11/2011 19 04/15/2021 CARP0001-008 09/O1/2009 Rates Fringes Carpenters: COLUMBIA RIVER AREA - ADAMS, BENTON, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), FERRY, FRANKLIN, GRANT, OKANOGAN (EAST OF THE 120TH MERSDIAN) AND WALLA WALLA COUNTIES GROUP 1 :...................$ 27.73 10.56 GROUP 2 :...................$ 29.73 10.56 GROUP 3 :...................$ 28.00 10.56 GROUP 4:--•-.......--•.....$ 27.73 10.56 GROUP 5 :...................$ 63.50 10.56 GROUP 6 ....................$ 30.75 10.56 GROUP 7 ....................$ 31.75 10.56 GROUP 8 ....................$ 28.00 10.56 GROUP 9 ....................$ 33.75 10.56 WA100001 Modification 21 1 � P a g e Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction SPOKANE AREA: ASOTIN, GARFIELD, LINCOLN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS AND WHITMAN COUNTIES GROUP 1 :...................$ 26.06 10.56 GROUP 2 :...................$ 28.06 10.56 GROUP 3 :...................$ 26.32 10.56 GROUP 4 :...................$ 26.06 10.56 GROUP 5 :...................$ 60.14 10.'S6 GROUP 6 :...................$ 29.07 10.56 GROUP 7 ....................$ 30.07 10.56 GROUP 8 ....................$ 27.32 10.56 GROUP 9 ....................$ 33.07 10.56 CARPENTER & DIVER CLASSIFICATIONS: GROUP 1: Carpenter GROUP 2: Millwright, machine erector GROUP 3: Piledriver - includes driving, ,pulling, cutting, placing collars, setting, welding, or creosote treated material, on ali piling GROUP 4: Bridge carpenters GROUP 5: Diver Wet GROUP 6: Diver Tender, Manifold Operator, ROV Operator GROUP 7: Diver Standby, Bell/Vehicle or Submersible operator Not Under Pressure GROUP 8: Assistant Tender, ROV Tender/Technician GROUP 9: Manifold Operator-Mixed Gas ZONE PAY: ZONE 1 0-40 MILES ZONE 2 41-65 MILES ZONE 3 66-100 MILES ZONE 4 OVER 10� MILES FREE $2.25/PER FiOUR $3.25/PER HOUR $4.75/PER HOUR DISPATCH POINTS: CARPENTERS/MILLWRIGHTS: PASCO (515 N Neel Street) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS/PILEDRIVER: SPOKANE (127 E. AUGUSTA AVE.) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS: WENATCHEE (27 N. CHELAN) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). CARPENTERS: COEUR D' ALENE (1839 N. GOVERNMENT WAY) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). WA100001 Mod�fication 21 Federai Wage Determinations for Highway Construc#ion 2�Page ' � , � ' � � ' ' � ' ' ' � ' �'� � CARPENTERS: MOSCOW (302 N. JACKSON) or Main Post Office of established residence of employee (Whichever is closest to the worksite). DEPTH PAY FOR DIVERS BELOW WATER SURFACE: 50-100 feet $2.00 per foot 101-150 feet $3.00 per foot 151-220 feet $9.00 per foot 221 feet and deeper $5.00 per foot PREMIUM PAY FO'R DIVING IN ENCZOSURES WITH NO VERTICAL ASCENT: 0-25 feet Free 26-300 feet $1.00 per Foot SATURATION DIVING: The standby rate applies until saturation starts. The saturation diving rate applies when divers are under pressure continuously until work task and decompression are complete. the diver rate shall be paid for all saturation hours. WORK IN COMBINATION OF CLASSIFICATIONS: Employees working in any combination of classifications within the diving crew (except di.ve supervisor) in a shift are paid in the classification with the highest rate for that shift. HAZMAT PROJECTS: Anyone working on a HAZMAT job (task), where HAZMAT certification is required, shall be compensated at a premium, in addition to the classification working in as follows: LEVEL D+$.25 pe•r hour - This is the lowest level of protection. No respirator is used and skin protection is minimal. LEVEL C+$.50 per hour - This level uses an air purifying respirator or additional protective clothing. LEVEL B+$.75 per hour - Uses same respirator protection as Level A. Supplied air line is provided in conjunction with a chemical "splash suit". LEVEL A+$1.00 per hour - This level utilizes a fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supplied air line. -------------------------------------------------------------- WA]00001 Modification 21 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 3�Page I ' CARP0003-006 06/01/2007 SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON: CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, LEWIS(Piledriver only), PACIFIC (South of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to Willapa Bay to the Pacific Ocean), SKAMANIA AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES and INCLUDES THE ENTIRE PENINSULA WEST OF WILLAPA BAY SEE ZONE DESCRIPTION FOR CITIES BASE POINTS ZONE 1: Rates Carpenters: CARPENTERS ..................$ 27.56 DIVERS TENDERS ..............$ 30.28 DIVERS ......................$ 68.84 DRYWALL .....................$ 27.56 MILLWRIGHTS .................$ 28.04 PILEDRIVERS .................$ 28.04 DEPTH PAY: 50 TO 100 FEET $1.00 PER FOOT OVER 50 FEET 101 TO 150 FEET $1.5'0 PER FOOT OVER 101 FEET 151 TO 200 FEET $2.00 PER FOOT OVER 151 FEET Zone Differential (Add up Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 - $0.85 Zone 3 - 1.25 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 2.00 Zone 6 - 3.00 Fringes 13.30 13.30 13.30 13.30 13.30 13.30 WA100001 Modification 21 4 � P a g e Federal Wage Determinafions for Highway Construction � �J ' BASEPOINTS: ASTORIA, LONGVIEW, PORTLAND, THE DALLES, AND VANCOUVER, (NOTE: All dispatches for Washington State Counties: Cowlitz, Wahkiakum and Pacific shall be from Longview Local #1707 and mileage shall be computed from that point.) ZONE 1: Projects located within 30 miles of the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities ZONE 2: Projects located more than 30:miles and less than 40 m31es of the respective city of the above mentioned cities ZONE 3: Projects located more than 40 miles and less than 50 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities ZOI�E 4: Projects located more than 50 miles and less than 60 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities. ZONE 5: Projects located more than 60 miles and less than 70 miles of the respective city of the above mentioned cities ZONE 6: Projects located more than 70 miles of the respected city of the above mentioned cities ---------------------------------------------------------------- CARP0770-003 06/O1/2009 Rates Carpenters: CENTRAL WASHINGTON: CHELAN, DOUGI,AS (WEST OF THE 120TH P9ERIDIAN), KITTITAS, OKANOGAN (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN) AND YAKIMA COUNTIES CARPENTERS ON CREOSOTE MATERIAL ...................$ CARPENTERS .................$ DIVERS TENDER ..............$ DIVERS .....................$ MILLWRIG'HT AND MACHINE ERECTORS ...................$ PILEDRIVER, DRIVING, PULLING, CUTTING, PLACING COLLARS, SETTING, WELDING OR CRESOTE TREATED MATERI•AL, ALL PILING.......$ 25.25 35.39 39.15 87.20 36.39 35.59 WA100001 Modification 21 federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction Fringes 11.97 11.97 13.08 13.08 11.97 11.97 5�Page ' (HOURLY ZONE PAY: f�1ESTERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON - ALL CLASSIFICATIONS EXCEPT MILLWRIGHTS AND PILEDRIVERS Hourly Zone Pay shall be paid on jobs located outside of the free zone computed from the city center of the following listed cities: Seattle Olympia Bellingham Auburn Bremerton Anacortes Renton Shelton Yakima Aberdeen-Hoquiam Tacoma Wenatchee Ellensburg Everett Port Angeles Centralia Mount Vernon Sunnyside Chelan Pt. Townsend Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-35 radius miles $1.00/hour 36-95 radius miles $1.15/hour 46-55 radius miles $1.35/hour Over 55 radius miles $1.55/hour (�iOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON - MILLWRIGHT AND PILEDRIVER ONLY) Hourly Zone Pay shall be computed from Seattle Union Hall, Tacoma City center, and Everett City center Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-45 radius miles $ .70/hour Over 45 radius miles $1.50/hour ---------------------------------------------------------------- ' � ' ' ❑ ' ' � ' ' L� ' � �� � � WA100001 Modification 21 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 6�Poge ' � ' � ' CARP0770-006 06/01/2009 Rates Fringes Carpenters: WESTERN WASHINGTON: CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS (excludes piledrivers only), MASON, PACIFIC (North of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean), PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES BRIDGE CARPENTERS..........$ 35.39 13.08 CARPENTERS ON CREOSOTE MATERIAL ...................$ 35.49 13.08 CARPENTERS .................$ 35.39 13.08 DIVERS TENDER ..............$ 39.15 13.08 DIVERS .....................$ 87.20 13.08 MILLWRIGHT AND MACHINE ERECTORS ...................5 36.39 13.08 PILEDRIVER, DRIVING, PUI,LING, CUTTING, PLACING COLLARS, SETTING, WEZDING OR CRESOTE TREATED MATERIAL, ALL PILING.......$ 35.59 13.08 (HOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON - ALL CLASSIFICATIONS EXCEPT MILLWRIGHTS AND PILEDRIVERS Hourly Zone Pay shall be paid on jobs located outside of the free zone computed from the city center of the following listed cities: Seattle Olympia Bellingham Auburn Bremerton Anacortes Renton Shelton Yakima Aberdeen-Hoquiam Tacoma Wenatchee Ellensburg Everett Port Angeles Centralia Mount Vernon Sunnyside Chelan Pt. Townsend WA100001 Modification 21 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 7�Page ' Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-35 radius miles $1.00/hour 36-45 radius miles $1.15/hour 96-55 radius miles $1.35/hour Over 55 radius miles 51.55/hour (HOURLY ZONE PAY: WESTERN AND CENTRAL WASHINGTON - MILLWRIGHT AND PILEDRIVER ONLY) Hourly Zone Pay shall be computed from Seattle Union Hall, Tacoma City center, and Everett City center Zone Pay: 0 -25 radius miles Free 26-45 radius miles $ .70/hour Over 45 radius miles $1.50/hour ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0046-001 06/01/2009 CALLAM, JEFFERSON, KING AND KITSAP COUNTIES � Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 44.89 3�+15.71 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 40.81 3�+15.71 * ELEC0048-003 Ol/O1/2011 CLARK, KLICKITAT AND SKAMANIA COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 39.66 13.55 + 3� ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 36.05 13.55 + 3� HOURLY ZONE PAY: Hourly Zone Pay shall be paid on jobs located outside of the free zone computed from the city center of the following listed cities: Portland, The Dalles, Hood River, Tillamook, Seaside and Astoria Zone Pay: Zone 1: 31-50 miles $1.50/hour Zone 2: 51-70 miles $3.501hour Zone 3: 71-90 miles $5.50/hour Zone 4: Beyond 90 miles $9.00/hour *These are not miles driven. Zones are based on Delorrne __Street Atlas USA 2006 plus. -------------------------------------------------------- � ' ' ' ' C� � ' ' � � ' ' ❑ C� ' WA100001 Modification 21 Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 8�Page ' ' ELEC0073-001 O1/01/2010 ADAMS, FERRY, LINCOLN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WHITMAN COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 28.62 3�+12.98 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 28.52 14.44 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0076-002 09/O1/2009 GRAYS HARBOR, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFiC, PIERCE, AND THURSTON COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 38.32 3�+16.45 ET,ECTRICIAN ......................$ 34.84 3$+16.40 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0112-005 07/O1/2010 ASOTIN, BENTON, COLUMBIA, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, KITTITAS, WALLA WALLA, YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 36 .70 3$+13.73 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 35.20 3�+14.23 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0191-003 02/O1/2010 ISLAND, SAN JUAN, SNOHOMISH, SKAGIT AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPI,ICER ....................$ 42.09 13.75 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 38.26 13.64 ---------------------------------------------------------------- WA100001 Modification 21 9 � P a g e Federai Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ELEC0191-004 02/O1/2010 CHELAN, DOUGLAS, GRANT AND OKANOGAN COUNTIES Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 38.24 13.59 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 39.76 13.98 --------------------------------------------------------- ELEC0970-001 01/O1/2009 COWLITZ AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTY � Rates Fringes CABLE SPLICER ....................$ 34.68 3�+9.59 ELECTRICIAN ......................$ 31.53 3$+9.59 ---------------------------------------------------------------- ENGI0302-003 06/01/2009 CHELAN (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), CLALLAM, DOUGLAS (WEST OF THE 120TH NIERIDIAN), GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, KITTITAS, MASON, OKANOGAN (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), SAN JUNA, SKAGIT, SNOHO�IISH, WHATCOM AND YAKIMA (WEST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN) COUNTIES PROJECTS: CATEGORY A PROJECTS (EXCLUDES CATEGORY B PROJECTS, AS SHOWN BELOW) Zone 1 (0-25 radius miles): Rates Fringes Power equipment operators: Group lA ...................$ 35.79 15.15 Group lAA ..................$ 36.36 15.15 Group lAAA .................$ 36.92 15.15 Group 1 .....................$ 35.24 15.15 Group 2 .....................$ 34.75 15.15 Group 3 .....................$ 34.33 15.15 Group 4 ......................$ 31.97 15.15 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 (26-45 radius miles) - $1.00 Zone 3(Over 45 radius miles) -$1.30 BASEPOINTS: Aberdeen, Bellingham, Bremerton, Everett, Kent, Mount Vernon, Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Seattle, Shelton, Wenatchee, Yakima POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP lAAA - Cranes-over 300 tons, or 300 ft of boom (including jib with attachments) WA100001 Modification 21 1p ,I Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � �I � ' GROUP 1AA - Cranes 200 to 300 tons, or 250 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Tower crane over 175 ft in height, base to boom GROUP 1A - Cranes, 100 tons thru 199 tons, or 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 100 tons and over; Tower crane up to 175 ft in height base to boom; I,oaders-overhead, 8 yards and over; Shovels, excavator, backhoes-6 yards and over with attachments ' GROUP 1- Cableway; Cranes 45 tons thru 99 tons, under 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 45 tons thru 99 tons; Derricks on building work; Excavator, shovel, backhoes over 3 yards and under 6 ' yards; Hard tail end dump articulating off-road equipsnent 45 yards and over; Loader- overhead 6 yards to, but not including 8 yards; Mucking machine, mole, tunnel, drill and/or shield; Quad 9, HD 41, D-10; Remote control ' on rubber tired earth movinq equipment; Rollagon; Scrapers-self propelled 95 yards and over; Slipform Transporters, all truck or track type L�J ' � � ' � � � , operator pavers; GROUP 2- Barrier machine (zipper); Batch Plant Operaor- Concrete; Bump Cutter; Cranes, 20 tons thru 44 tons with attachments; Crane-overhead, bridge type-20 tons through 44 tons; Chipper; Concrete Pump-truck mount with boom attachment; Crusher; Deck Engineer/Deck Winches (power); Drilling machine; Excavator, shovel, backhoe-3yards and under; Finishing Machine, Bidwell, Gamaco and similar equipment; Guardrail punch; Horizontal/directional drill operator; Loaders-overhead under 6 yards; Loaders-plant feed; Locomotives-all; Mechanics-all; Mixer.s-asphalt plant; Motor patrol graders-finishing; Piledriver (other than crane mount); Roto-mill,roto-grinder; Screedman, spreader, topside operator-Blaw Knox, Cedar Rapids, Jaeger, Caterpillar, Barbar Green; Scraper-self propelled, hard tail end dump, articulating off-road equipment-under 45 yards; Subgrade trimmer; Tractors, backhoes-over 75 hp; Transfer material service machine-shuttle buggy, blaw knox-roadtec; Truck crane oiler/driver-100 tons and over; Truck Mount portable conveyor; Yo Yo Pay dozer GROUP 3- Conveyors; Cranes-thru 19 tons with attachments; A-frame crane over 10 tons; Drill oilers-auger type, truck or crane mount; Dozers-D-9 and under; Forklift-3000 lbs. and over with attachments; Horizontal/directional drill locator; Outside hoists-(elevators and manlifts), air tuggers, strato tower bucket elevators; Hydralifts/boom trucks over 10 tons; Loader-elevating type, belt; Motor patrol grader-nonfinishing; Plant oiier- asphalt, crusher; Pumps-concrete; Roller, plant mix or multi-lift materials; Saws-concrete; Scrpers-concrete and carry-all; Service engineer-equipment; Trenching machines; Truck Crane Oiler/Driver under 100 tons; Tractors, backhoe 75 hp and under ' WA}00001 Modification 21 ' Page Federal Wage DeteRninations for Highway Construction >> I ' GROUP 4- Assistant Engineer; Bobcat; Brooms; Compressor; Concrete finish mahine-laser screed; Cranes-A frame-10 tons and under; Elevator and Manlift-permanent or shaft type; Gradechecker, Stakehop; Forklifts under 3000 lbs. with attachments; Hydralifts/boom trucks, 10 tons and under; Oil distributors, blower distribution and mulch seeding operator; Pavement breaker; Posthole digger, mechanical; Power plant; Pumps, water; Rigger and Bellman; Roller-other than plant mix; Wheel Tractors, farmall type; Shotcrete/gunite equ�pment operator Category B Projects: 95$ of the basic hourly reate for each group plus full fringe benefits applicable to category A projects shall apply to the following projects. A Reduced rates may be paid on the following: 1. Projects involving work on structures such as buildings and bridges whose total value is less than $1.5 million excluding mechanical, electrical, and utility portions of the contract. 2. Projects of less than $1 million where no building is involved. Surfacing and paving included, but utilities excluded. 3. Marine projects (docks, wharfs, etc.) less than $150,000. HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS: Personnel in all craft classifications subject to working inside a federally designated hazardous perimeter shall be elgible for compensation in accordance with the following group schedule relative to the level of hazardous waste as outlined in the specific hazardous waste project site safety plan. H-1 Base wage rate when on a hazardous waste site when not outfitted with protective clothing H-2 Class "C." Suit - Base wage rate plus $.25 per hour. H-3 Class "B" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.50 per hour. H-4 Class "A" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.75 per hour. Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 (26-45 radius miles) - $ .70 Zone 3(Over 95 radius miles) -$1.00 BASEPOINTS: Aberdeen, Bellingham, Bremerton, Everett, Kent, Mount Vernon, Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Seattle, Shelton, Wenatchee, Yakima WA 100001 Modification 21 � 2 � Page Federal Wage DeteRninations for Highway Construction [-� � ________________________________________________________________ ENGI0370-002 06/01/2010 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, LINCOLN, OKAN06AN (EAST OF THE 12OTH MERIDIAN), PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN AND YAKIMA (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN) COUNTIES ZONE 1: Rates Power equipment operators: GROUP 1A ...................$ 23.21 GROUP 1 .....................$ 24.26 GROUP 2 .....................$ 24.58 GROUP 3 .....................$ 25.19 GROUP 4 .....................$ 25.35 GROUP 5 .....................$ 25.51 GROUP 6 .....................5 25.79 GROUP�7 .....................$ 26.06 GROUP 8 .....................$ 27.16 Fringes 11.05 11.55 11.55 11.55 11.55 11.55 11.55 11.55 11.55 ZONE DIFFERENTIAL (Add to Zone 1 rate): Zone 2-$2.00 Zone 1: Within 95 mile radius of Spokane, Pasco, Washington; Lewiston, Idaho Zone 2: Outside 45 mile radius of Spokane, Pasco, Washington; Lewiston, Idaho POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP lA: Boat Operator; Crush Feeder; Oiler; Steam Cleaner GROUP 1: 8it Grinders; Bolt Threading Machine; Compressors (under 2000 CFM, gas, diesel, or electric power); Deck Hand; Drillers Helper (Assist driller in making drill rod connections, service drill engine and air compressor, repair drill rig and drill tools, drive drill support truck to and on the job site, remove drill cuttings from around bore hole and inspect drill rig while in operation); Fireman & Heater Tender; Hydro-seeder, Mulcher, Nozzleman; Oiler Driver, & Cable Tender, Mucking Machine; Pumpman; Rollers, all types on subgrade, including seal and chip coatings (farm type, Case, John Deere & similar, or Compacting Vibrator), except when pulled by Dozer with operable blade; Welding Machine; Crane Oiler-Driver (CLD required) & Cable Tender, Mucking Machine WA100001 Modification 21 Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Conslruction 13� GROUP 2: A-frame Truck (single drum); Assistant Refrigeration Plant (under 1000 ton); Assistant Plant Operator, Fireman or Pugmixer (asphalt); Bagley or Stationary Scraper; Belt Finishing Machine; Blower Operator (cement); Cement Hog; Compressor (2000 CRM or over, 2 or more, gas diesel or electric power); Concrete Saw (multiple cut); Distributor Leverman; Ditch Wi�ch or similar; Elevator Hoisting Materials; Dope Pots (power agitated); Fork Lift or Lumber Stacker, hydra-lift & similar; Gin Trucks (pipeline); Hoist, sinqle drum; Loaders (bucket elevators and conveyors); Longitudinal Float; Mixer (portable-concrete); Pavement Breaker, Hydra-Hammer & similar; Power Broom; Railroad Ballast Regulation Operator (self-propelled); Railroad Power Tamper Operator (self-propelled); Railroad Tamper Jack Operator (self-propelled; Spray Curing Machine (concrete); Spreader Box (self-propelled); Straddie Buggy (ROSS & similar on construction job only); Tractor (Farm type R/T with attachment, except Backhoe); Tugger Operator GROUP 3: A-frame Truck (2 or more drums); Assistant Refrigeration Plant & Chiller Operator (over 1000 ton); Backfillers (Cleveland & similar); Batch Plant & Wet Mix Operator; single unit (concrete); Belt-Crete Conveyors with power pack or similar; Belt Loader (Kocal or similar); Bending Machine; Bob Cat (Skid Steer); Boring Machine (earth); Boring Machine (rock under 8 inch bit) (Quarry Master, Joy or similar); Bump Cutter (Wayne, Saginau or similar); Canal Lining Machine (concrete); Chipper (without crane); Cleaning & Doping Machine (pipeline); Deck Engineer; Elevating Belt-type Loader (Euclid, Barber Green & similar); Elevating Grader-type Loader (Dumor, Adams or similar); Generator Plant Engineers (diesel or electric); Gunnite Combination Mixer & Compressor; Locomotive Engineer; Mixermobile; Mucking Machine; Posthole Auger or Punch; Pump (grout or jet); Soil Stabilizer (P & H or similar); Spreader Machine; Dozer/Tractor (up to D-6 or equivalent) and Traxcavator; Traverse Finish Machine; Turnhead Operator GROUP 4: Concrete Pumps (squeeze-crete, flow-crete, pump- crete, Whitman & similar); Curb Extruder (asphalt or concrete);- Drills (churn, core, calyx or dia-mond); Equipment Serviceman; Greaser & Oiler; Hoist (2 or more drums or Tower Hoist); Loaders (overhead & front-end, under 4 yds. R/T); Refrigeration Plant Engineer (under 1000 ton); Rubber-tired Skidders (R/T with or without attachments); Surface Heater & Plant Machine; Trenching Machines (under 7 ft. depth capacity); Turnhead (with re-screening); Vacuum Drill (reverse circulation drill under 8 inch bit) WA100001 Modifica#ion 21 � 4 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Constrvcfiion ' '' GROUP 5: Backhoe (under 45,000 gw); Backhoe & Hoe Ram (under 3/4 yd.); Carrydeck & Boom Truck (under 25 tons); Cranes (25 tons & under), all attachments including clamshell, '' dragline; Derricks & Stifflegs (under 65 tons); Drilling Equipment(8 inch bit & over) (Robbins, reverse circulation & similar); Hoe Ram; Piledriving Engineers; Paving (dual , drum); Railroad'Track Liner Operaotr (self-propelled); i , Refrigeration Plant Engineer {1000 tons & over); Signalman (Whirleys, Highline Hammerheads or similar); Grade Checker ' GROUP 6: Asphalt Plant Operator; Automatic Subgrader (Ditches & Trimmers)(Autograde, ABC, R.A. Hansen & similar on grade wire); Backhoe (45,000 gw and over to 110,000 gw); 8ackhoes & Hoe Ram (3/4 yd. to 3 yd.); Batch Plant (over 4 units); ' Batch & Wet Mix Operator (multiple uni.ts, 2& incl. 4); Blade Operator (motor patrol & attachments); Cable Controller (dispatcher); Compactor (self-propelled with blade); Concrete Pump Boom Truck; Concrete Slip Form Paver; , Cranes (over 25 tons, to and including 45 tons), all attachments including clamshell, dragline; Crusher, Grizzle & Screening Plant Operator; Dozer, 834 R/T & similar; Drill ' Doctor; Loader Operator (front-end & overhead, 4 yds. incl. 8 yds.);•Multiple Dozer Units with single blade; Paving Machine (asphalt and concrete); Quad-Track or similar equipment; Rollerman (finishing asphalt pavement); Roto , Mill (pavement grinder); Scrapers, all, rubber-tired; Screed Operator; Shovel(under 3 yds.); Trenching Machines (7 ft. depth & over); Tug Boat Operator Vactor guzzler, super sucker; Lime Batch Tank Operator (REcycle Train); ' Lime Brain Operator (Recycle Train); Mobile Crusher Operator (Recycle Train) GROUP 7: Backhoe (over 110,000 gw); Backhoes & Hoe Ram t3 yds ' & over); Blade (finish & bluetop) Automatic, CMI, ABC, Finish Athey & Huber & similar when used as automatic; Cableway Operators; Concrete Cleaning/Decontamination machine operator; Cranes (over 45 tons to but not including ' 85 tons), all attachments including clamshell and dragine; Derricks & Stiffleys (65 tons & over); Elevating Belt (Holland type); Heavy equipment robotics operator; Loader (360 degrees revolving Koehring Scooper or similar); ' Zoaders (o.verhead & front-end, over 8 yds. to 10 yds.); Rubber-tired Scrapers (multiple engine with three or more scrapers); Shovels (3 yds. & over); Whirleys & Hammerheads, ' ALL; H.D. Mechanic; H.D. Welder; Hydraulic Platform Trailers (Goldhofer, Shaurerly andSimilar); Ultra High Pressure Wateriet Cutting Tool System Operator (30,000 psi); Vacuum Blasting Machine Operator ' GROUP 8: Cranes (85 tons and over, and all climbing, overhead,rail and tower), all attachments including clamshell, dragline; Loaders (overhead and front-end, 10 ' yards and over); Helicopter Pilot ' WA100001 Modification 21 15 � ' Page Federal Wage Determinations #or Highway Construction ' BOOM PAY: (All Cranes, Including Tower) 180 ft to 250 ft $.50 over scale Over 250 ft $.SO over scale NOTE: In computing the length of the boom on Tower Cranes, they shall be measured from the base of the Tower to the point of the boom. HAZMAT: Anyone working on HAZMAT jobs, working with supplied air shall receive $1.00 an hour above classification. ---------------------------------------------------------------- WA100001 Modification 21 � 6 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction , �J ENGI0612-006 06/01/2009 LEWIS,PIERCE, PACIFIC (portion lyinq north of a parallel line extending west from the northern boundary of Wahkaikum County to the sea) AND THURSTON COUNTIES ON PROJECTS DESCRIBED IN FOOTNOTE A BELOW, THE RATE FOR EACH GROUP SHALL BE 90� OF THE BASE RATE PLUS FULL FRLNGE BENEFITS. ON ALL OTHER WORK, THE FOLLOWING RATES APPLY. Zone 1 (0-25 radius miles): Rates Fringes Power equipment operators: GROUP 1A ...................$ 35.79 15.15 GROUP lAA ..................$ 36.36 15.15 GROUP 1AAA .................5 36.92 15.15 GROUP 1 .....................$ 35.24 15.15 GROUP 2 .....................$ 34.75 15.15 GROUP 3 .....................$ 34.33 15.15 GROUP•4 .....................$ 31.97 15.15 Zone Differential {Add to Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 (26-45 radius miles) _ $ .70 Zone 3(Over 45 radius miles) -$1.00 BASEPOINTS: CENTRALIA, OLYMPIA, TACOMA POWER EQUIPMENT OPERP,TORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1 AAA - Cranes-over 300 tons or 300 ft of boom {including jib with attachments) GROUP lAA - Cranes- 200 tonsto 300 tons, or 250 ft of boom (including jib with attachments; Tower crane over 175 ft in height, bas to boom WA100001 Modification 21 Page Federal Woge Determinations for Highway Construction 17� GROUP lA - Cranes, 100 tons thru 199 tons, or 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 100 tons and over; Tower crane up to 175 ft in height base to boom; Loaders-overhead, 8 yards and over; Shovels, excavator, backhoea-6 yards and over with attachments GROUP 1- Cableway; Cranes 95 tons thru 99 tons under 150 ft of boom (including jib with attachments); Crane-overhead, bridge type, 45 tons thru 99 tons; Derricks on building work; Excavator, shovel, backhoea over 3 yards and under 6 yards; Hard tail end dump articulating off-road equipment 45 yards and over; Loader- overhead, 6 yards to, but not including, 8 yards; Mucking machine, mole, tunnel, drill and/or shield; Quad 9 HD 41, D-10; Remote control operator on rubber tired earth moving equipment; Rollagon; Scrapers- self-propelled 45 yards and over; Slipform pavers; Transporters, all track or truck type GROUP 2- Barrier machine (zipper); Batch Plant Operator- concrete; Bump Cutter; Cranes, 20 tons thru 94 tons with attachments; Crane-Overhead, bridge type, 20 tons through 44 tons; Chipper; Concrete pump-truck mount with boom attachment; Crusher; Deck engineer/deck winches (power); Drilling machine; Excavator, shovel, backhoe-3 yards and under; Finishing machine, Bidwell, Gamaco and similar equipment; Guardrail punch; Loaders, overhead under 6 yards; Loaders-plant feed; Locomotives-all; Mechanics- all; Mixers, asphalt plant; Motor patrol graders, finishing; Piledriver (other than crane mount); Roto-mill, roto- grinder; Screedman, spreader, topside operator-Blaw Knox, Cedar Rapids, Jaeger, Caterpillar, Barbar Green; Scraper-self- propelled, hard tail end dump, articulating off-road equipment- under 45 yards; Subgrader trimmer; Tractors, backhoe over 75 hp; Transfer material service machine-shuttle buggy, Blaw Knox- Roadtec; Truck Crane oiler/driver-100 tons and over; Truck Mount Portable Conveyor; Yo Yo pay GROUP 3- Conveyors; Cranes through 19 tons with attachments; Crane-A-frame over 10 tons; Drill oilers-auger type, truck or crane mount; Dozer-D-9 and under; Forklift-3000 lbs. and over with attachments; Horizontal/directional drill locator; Outside Hoists-(elevators and manlifts), air tuggers, strato tower bucket elevators; Hydralifts/boom trucks over 10 tons; Loaders-elevating type, belt; Motor patrol grader-nonfinishing; Plant oiler- asphalt, crusher; Pump-Concrete; Roller, plant mix or multi-lfit materials; Saws-concrete; Scrapers, concrete and carry all; Service engineers-equipment; Trenching machines; Truck crane oiler/driver under 100 tons; Tractors, backhoe under 75 hp WA100001 Modification 21 Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Gonstruction 18� � ' � � � � , �_� ' � L ' ' � C GROUP 4- Assistant Engineer; Bobcat; Hrooms; Compressor; Concrete Finieh Machine-laser screed; Cranes A-frame 10 tona and under; Elevator and manlift (permanent aad shaft type); Forklifta-under 3000 lbs. with attachmenta; Gradechecker, stakehop; Hydralifts/boom trucks, 10 tons and under; 011 distributors, blower distribution and mulch seeding operatar; Pavement breaker; Posthole digqer-mechanical; Power plant; Pumps-water; Rigger and Bellman; Roller-other than plant mix; Wheel Tractors, farmall type; Shotcrete/gunite equipment operator FOOTNOTE A- Reduced rates may be paid on the following: l. Projects involving work on structures such as buildings and bridges whose total value is less than $1.5 million excluding mechanical, eiectrical, and utility portions of the contract. 2. Projects of less than $1 million where no building is involved. Surfacinq and paving included, but utilities excluded. 3. Marine projects (docks, wharfs, etc.) less than $150,000. HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS NtASTE MATERIALS: Personnel in all craft classifications subject to working inside a federally designated hazardous perimeter shall be elgible for compeneation in accordance with the following group schedule relative to the level of hazardous waste as outlined in the specific hazardous waste project site safety plan. H-1 Base wage rate when on a hazardous waste site when not outfitted with protective clothing H-2 Cla.ss "C" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.25 per hour. H-3 Class "B" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.50 per hour. H-4 Class "A" Suit - Base wage rate plus $.75 per hour. ---------------------------------------------------------------- ENGI0701-002 O1/O1/2011 CLARK, COU7LITZ, KLICKKITAT, PACIFIC (SOUTH), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES POWER RQUIPMENT OPERATORS: ZONE 1 Rates Power equipment operators: (See Footnote A) GROUP 1 .....................$ 37.27 GROUP lA ....................$ 39.13 GROUP 1B ....................$ 41.00 GROUP 2 .....................$ 35.64 GROUP 3 .....................$ 34.64 GROUP 4 .....................$ 33.71 GROUP 5 .....................$ 32.60 GROUP 6 .....................5 29.61 WA10�01 Modification 2l ' Page Federai Wage Determinations for H�ighway Construction Fringes 12.35 12.35 12.35 12.35 12.35 12.35 i2.35 12.35 19) I� Zone Differential (add to Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 - $3.00 Zone 3 - $6.00 For the following metropolitan counties: MULTNOMAH; CLACKAMAS; MARION; WASHINGTON; YAMHILL; AND COLUMBIA; CLARK; AND COWLITZ COUNTY, WASHINGTON WITH MODIFICATIONS AS INDICATED: All jobs or projects located in Multnomah, Clackamas and Marion Counties, West of the western boundary of Mt. Hood National Forest and West of Mile Post 30 on interstate 84 and West of Mile Post 30 on State Highway 26 and West of Mile Post 30 on Highway 22 and all jobs or projects located in Yamhill County, Washington County and Columbia County and all jobs or porjects located in Clark & Cowlitz County, Washington except that portion of Cowlitz County in the Mt. St. Helens "Blast Zone" shall receive Zone I pay for all classifications. Al1 jobs or projects located in the area outside the identified boundary above, but less than 50 miles from the Portland City Hall shall receive Zone II pay for all classifications. All jobs or projects located more than 50 miles from the Portland City Hall, but outside the identified border above, shall receive Zone III pay for all classifications. For the following cities: ALBANY; BEND; COOS BAY; EUGENE; GRANTS PASS; KLAMATH FALLS; MEDFORD; ROSEBURG All jobs or projects located within 30 miles of the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities shall receive Zone I pay for all classifications. All jabs or projects located more than 30 miles and less than 50 miles from the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities shall receive Zone II pay for all classifications. Al1 jobs or projects located more than 50 miles from the respective city hall of the above mentioned cities shall receive Zone IZI pay for all classifications. POWER EQUIPMENT OPERATORS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: CONCRETE: Batch Plant and/or Wet Mix Operator, three units or more; CRANE: Helicopter Operator, when used in erecting work; Whirley Operator, 90 ton and over; LATTICE BOOM CRANE: Operator 200 tons through 299 tons, and/or over 200 feet boom; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic Crane Operator 90 tons through 199 tons with luffing or tower attachments; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Crane, 150 ton but less than 250 ton WA100001 Modification 21 20 I Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction � �_l ' ' ' , ' , u C C t_ J � � � , � GROUP 1A: HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic Operator, 200 tons and over (with luffing or tower attachment); LATTICE BOOM CRANE: Operator, 200 tons through 299 tons, with over 200 feet boom; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Crane 250 ton and over GROUP 1B: LATTICE BOOM CRANE: Operator, 300 tons through 399 tons with over 200 feet bo�m; Operator 400 tons and over; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Crane 350 ton and over GROUP 2: ASPHALT: Asphalt Plant Operator (any type); Roto Mill, pavement profiler, operator, 6 foot lateral cut and over; BLADE: Auto Grader or "Trimmer" (Grade Checker required); Blade Operator, Robotic; BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer operator over 120,000 lbs and above; Bulldozer operator, twin engine; Bulldozer Operator,tandem, quadnine, D10, D11, and similar type; Bulldozere Robotic Equipment (any type; CONCRETE: Batch Plant and/or Wet Mix Operator, one and two drum; Automatic Concrete Slip Form Paver Operator; Concrete Canal Line Operator; Concrete Profiler, Diamond Head; CRANE: Cableway Operator, 25 tons and over; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic crane operator 90 tons through 199 tons (without•luffing or tower attachment); TOWER/WHIRLEY OPERATOR: Tower Crane Operator; Whirley Operator, under 90 tons; LATTICE BOOM CRANE: 90 through 199 tons and/or 150 to 200 feet boom; CRUSHER: Crusher Plant Operator; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Floating Clamshell, etc.operator, 3 cu. yds. and over; Floating Crane (derrick barge) Operator, 30 tons but less than 150 tons; LOADERS: Loader operator, 120,000 lbs. and above; REMOTE CONTROL: Remote controlled earth-moving equipment; RUBBER-TIRED SCRAPERS: Rubber- tired scraper operator, with tandem scrapers, multi-engine; SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL, SKOOPER OPERATOR: Shovel, Dragline, Clamshell, operator 5 cu. yds and over; TRENCHiNG MACHINE: Wheel Excavator, under 750 cu. yds. per hour (Grade Oiler required); Canal Trimmer (Grade Oiler required); Wheel Excavator, over 750 cu. yds. per hour; Band Wagon (in conjunction with wheel excavator); UNDERWATER EQUIPMENT: Underwater Equipment Operator, remote or otherwise; HYDRAULIC HOES-EXCAVATOR: Excavator over 130,000 lbs.; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic crane operator, 50 tons through 89 tons (with luffing or tower attachment); GROUP 3: BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer operator, over 70,000 lbs. up to and including 120,000 lbs.; HYDRAULIC CRANE: Hydraulic crane operator, 50 tons through 89 tons (without luffing or tower attachment); LATTICE BOOM CRANES: Lattice Boom Crane-50 through 89 tons (and less than 150 feet boom); FORKLIFT: Rock Hound Operator; HYDRAULIC HOES-EXCAVATOR: excavator over 80,000 lbs. through 130,000 lbs.; LOADERS: Loader operator 60,000 and less than 120,000; RUBBER-TIRED SCRAPERS: Scraper Operator, with tandem scrapers; Self-loading, paddle wheel, auger type, finish and/or 2 or more units; SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL,SKOOPER OPERATOR: Shovel, Dragline, Clamshell operators 3 cu. yds. but less than 5 cu yds. WA1�001 Modification 21 Page Federal Wage Determinations for Mighway Construction 2� I �J GROUP 4: ASPHALT: Screed Operator; Asphalt Paver operator (screeman required); BLADE: Blade operator; Blade operator, finish; Blade operator, externally controlled by electronic, mechanical hydraulic means; Blade operator, multi-engine; BULLDOZERS: Bulldozer Operator over 20,000 lbs and more than 100 horse up to 70,000 lbs; Drill Cat Operator; Side-boom Operator; Cable-Plow Operator (any type); CLEARING: Log Skidders; Chippers; Incinerator; Stump Splitter (loader mounted or similar type); Stump Grinder (loader mounted or similar type; Tub Grinder; Land Clearinq Machine (Track mounted forestry mowing & grinding machine); Hydro Axe (loader mounted or similar type); COMPACTORS SELF-PROPELLED: Compactor Operator, �ith blade; Compactor Operator, multi-engine; Compactor Operator, robotic; CONCRETE: Mixer Mobile Operator; Screed Operator; Concrete Cooling Machine Operator; Concrete Paving Road Mixer; Concrete Breaker; Reinforced Tank Banding Machine (K-17 or similar types); Laser Screed; CRANE: Chicago boom and similar types; Lift Slab Machine Operator; Boom type lifting device, 5 ton capacity or less; Hoist Operator, two (2) drum; Hoist Operator, three (3) or more drums; Derrick Operator, under 100 ton; Hoist Operator, stiff leg, guy derrick or similar type, 50 ton and over; Cableway Operator up to twenty (25) ton; Bridge Crane Operator, Locomotive, Gantry, Overhead; Cherry Picker or similar type crane; Carry Deck Operator; Hydraulic Crane Operator, under 50 tons; LATTICE BOOM CRANE OPERATOR: Lattice Boom Crane Operator, under 50 tons; CRUSHER: Generator Operator; Diesel-Electric Engineer; Grizzley Operator; Dri11 Doctor; Boring Machine Operator; Driller-Percussion, Diamond, Core, Cable, Rotary and similar type; Cat Drill (John Henry); Directional Drill Operator over 20,000 3bs pullback; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Diesel-electric Engineer; Jack Operator, elevating barges, Barge Operator, self- unioading; Piledriver Operator (not crane type) (Deckhand required); Floating Clamshelll, etc. Operator, under 3 cu. yds. (Fireman or Diesel Engineer required); Floating Crane (derrick barge) Operator, less than 30 tons; GENERATORS: Generator Operator; Diesel-electric Engineer; GUARDRAIL EQUIPMENT: Guardrail Punch Operator (all types); Guardrail Auger Operator (all types); Combination Guardrail machines, -i.e., punch auger, etc.; HEATING PZANT: Surface Heater and Planer Operator; HYDRAULIC HOES EXCAVATOR: Robotic Hydraulic backhoe operator, track and wheel type up to and including 20,0000 lbs. with any or all attachments; Excavator Operator over 20,000 lbs through 80,000 lbs.; LOADERS: Belt Loaders, Kolman and Ko Cal types; Loaders Operator, front end and overhead, 25,000 lbs and less than 60,000 lbs; Elevating Grader Operator by Tractor operator, Sierra, Euclid or similar types; PILEDRZVERS: Hammer Operator; Piledriver Operator (not crane type); PIPEZINE, SEWER WATER: Pipe Cleaning Machine Operator; Pipe Doping Machine Operator; Pipe Bendinq Machine Operator; Pipe Wrapping Machine Operator; Boring Machine Operator; Back Filling Machine Operator; REMOTE CONTROL: Concrete Cleaning Decontamination Machine Operator; Uitra High Pressure Water Jet Cutting Tool System Operator/Mechanic; Vacuum Blasting WA100001 Modification 21 22 I Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ' � ' ' � , ' u � ' , ' �I � ' Machine Operator/mechanic; REPAIRMEN, HEAVY DUTY: Diesel Electric Engineer (Plant or Floating; Bolt Threading Machine operator; Drill Doctor (Bit Grinder); H.D. Mechanic; Machine Tool Operator; RUBBER-TIRED SCRAPERS: Rubber-tired Scraper Operator,single engine, single scraper; Self-loading, paddle wheel, auger type under 15 cu. yds.; Rubber-tired Scraper Operator, twin engine; Rubber-tired Scraper Operator, with push- ull attachments; Self Loading, paddle wheel, auger type 15 cu. yds. and over, single engine; Water pulls, water wagons; SFiOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL, SKOOPER OPERATOR: Diesel Electric Engineer; Stationay Drag Scraper Operator; Shovel, Dragline, Clamshell, Operator under 3 cy yds.; Grade-all Operator; SURFACE (BASE) MATERIAL: Blade mounted spreaders, Ulrich and similar types; TRACTOR-RUBBERED TIRED: Tractor operator, rubber-tired, over 50 hp flywheel; Tractor operator, with boom attachment; Rubber-tired dozers and pushers (Michigan, Cat, Hough type); Skip Loader, Drag Box; TRENCHING MACHINE: Trenching Machine operator, digging capacity over 3 ft depth; Back filling machine operator; TUNNEL: Mucking machine operator GROUP 5:• ASPHALT: Extrusion Machine Operator; Roller Operator (any asphalt mix); Asphalt Burner and Reconditioner Operator (any type); Roto-Mill, pavement profiler, ground man; BULLDOZERS: Buildozer operator, 20,000 lbs. or less or 100 horse or less; COMPRESSORS: Compressor Operator (any power), over 1,250 cu. ft. total capacity; COMPACTORS: Compactor Operator, including vibratory; Wagner Pactor Operator or similar type (without blade); CONCRETE: Combination mixer and Compressor Operator, gunite work; Concrete Batch Plant Quality Control Operator; Beltcrete Operator; Pumperete Operator (any type); Pavement Grinder and/or Grooving Machine Operator (riding type); Cement Pump Operator, Fuller-Kenyon and similar; Concrete Pump Operator; Grouting Machine Operator; Concrete mixer operator, single drum, under (5) bag capacity; Cast in place pipe iaying machine; maginnis Internal Full slab vibrator operator; Concrete finishing mahine operator, Clary, Johnson, Bidwell, Burgess Bridge deck or similar type; Curb Machine Operator, mechanical Berm, Curb and/or Curb and Gutter; Concrete Joint Machine Operator; Concrete Planer Operator; Tower Mobile Operator; Power Jumbo Operator setting slip forms in tunnels; Slip Form Pumps, power driven hydraulic lifting device for concrete forms; Concrete Paving Machine Operator; Concrete Finishing Machine Operator; Concrete Spreader Operator; CRANE: Helicopter Hoist Operator; Hoist Operator, single drum; Elevator Operator; A-frame Truck Operator, Double drum; Boom Truck Operator; HYDRAULIC CRANE OPERATOR: Hydraulic Boom Truck, Pittman; DRILLING: Churm Drill and Earth Boring Machine Operator; Vacuum Truck; Directional Drill Operator over Z0,000 lbs pullback; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Fireman; FORKLIFT: Fork Lift, over 10 ton and/or robotic; HYDRAULIC HOES EXCAVATORS: Hydraulic Backhoe Operator, wheel type (Ford, John Deere, Case type); WA100�1 Modification 21 ' Page Federal Woge Determinations for Highway Construction 23 � ' Hydraulic Backhoe Operator track type up to and including 20,000 lbs.; LOADERS: Loaders, rubber- tired type, less than 25,000 lbs; Elevating Grader Operator, Tractor Towed requiring Operator or Grader; Elevating loader operator, Athey and similar types; OILERS: Service oiler (Greaser); PIPELINE-SEWER WATER: Hydra hammer or simialr types; Pavement Breaker Operator; PUMPS: Pump Operator, more than 5(any size); Pot Rammer Operator; RAILROAD EQUIPMENT: Locomotive Operator, under 40 tons; Ballast Regulator Operator; Ballast Tamper Multi-Purpose Operator; Track Liner Operator; Tie Spacer Operator; Shuttle Car Operator; Locomotive Operator, 40 tons and over; MATERIAL HAULRS: Cat wagon DJBs Volvo similar types; Conveyored material hauler; SURFACING (BASE) MATERIAL: Rock Spreaders, self-propelled; Pulva-mixer or similar types; Chiip Spreading machine operator; Lime spreading operator, construction job siter; SWEEPERS: Sweeper operator (Wayne type) self construction job site; TRACTOR TIRED: Tractor operator, rubber-tired, 50 hp flywheel and under; Trenching machine operator, maximum digging capacity 3 ft depth; TUNNEL: Dinkey GROUP 6:� ASPHALT: Plant Oiler; Plant Fireman; Pugmill Operator (any type); Truck mounted asphalt spreader, with screed; COMPRESSORS: Compressor Operator (any power), under 1,250 cu. ft. total capacity; CONCRETE: Plant Oiler, Assistant Conveyor Operator; Conveyor Operator; Mixer Box Operator (C.T.B., dry batch, etc.); Cement Hog Operator; Concrete Saw Operator; Concrete Curing Machine Operator (riding type); Wire Mat or Brooming Machine Operator; CRANE: Oiler; Fireman, all equipment; Truck Crane Oiler Driver; A-frame Truck Operator, single drum; Tugger or Coffin Type Hoist Operator; CRUSHER: Crusher Oiler; Crusher Feederman; CRUSHER: Crusher oiler; Crusher feederman; DRILLING: Drill Tender; Auger Oiler; FLOATING EQUIPMENT: Deckhand; Boatman; FORKLIFT: Self-propelled Scaffolding Operator, construction job site (exclduing working platform); Fork Lift or Lumber Stacker Operator, construction job site; Ross Carrier Operator, construction job site; Lull Hi-Lift Operator or Similar Type; GUARDRAIL EQUIPMENT: Oiler; Auger Oiler; Oiler, combination guardrail machines; Guardrail Punch Oiler; HEATING PLANT: Temporary Heating Plant Operator; LOADERS: Bobcat, skid steer (less than 1 cu yd.); Bucket Elevator Loader Operator, BarberGreene and similar types; OILERS: Oiler; Guardrail Punch Oiler; Truck Crane Oiler-Driver; Auger Oiler; Grade Oiler, required to check grade; Grade Checker; Rigger; PIPELINE-SEWER WATER: Tar Pot Fireman; Tar Pot Fireman (power agitated); PUMPS: Pump Operator (any power); Hydrostatic Pump Operator; RAILROAD EQUIPMENT: Brakeman; Oiler; Switchman; Motorman; Ballast Jack Tamper Operator; SHOVEL, DRAGLINE, CLAMSHELL, SKOOPER, ETC. OPERATOR: Oiler, Grade Oiler (required to check grade); Grade Checker; Fireman; SWEEPER: Broom operator, self propelled, construction job site; SURFACING (BASE) MATERIAL: Roller Operator, grading of base rock (not asphalt); Tamping Machine operartor, mechanical, self-propelled; Hydrographic WA1�001 Modification 21 24 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Consfruction Seeder Machine Operator; TRENCHING MACHINE: Oiler; Grade Oiler; TUNNEL: Conveyor operator; Air filtration equipment operator ---------------------------------------------------------------- IRON0019-005 07/01/2010 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFZELD, GRANT, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND ORIELLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA AND WHITMAN COUNTIES Rates Fringes IRONWORKER .......................$ 31.09 19.60 ---------------------------------------------------------------- IRON0029-002 �7/01/2010 CLARK, COWLIT2, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC, SKAMANIA, AND WAHKAIKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes IRONV90RKER .......................$ 33.62 19.60 ---------------------------------------------------------------- IRON0086-002 07/01/2010 YAKIMA, KITTITAS AND CHELAN COUNTIES Rates Fringes IRONWORKER .......................$ 31.09 19.60 ---------------------------------------------------------------- IRON0086-004 0'7/O1/2010 CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PIERCE, SKAG3T, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON, AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Fringes ' IRONWORKER .......................$ 37 67 19.60 � I ' I , ' WA100001 Modification 21 , Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construcfiion 25 � I � LAB00001-002 06/O1/2009 ZONE lt Rates Laborers: CALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC (NORTH OF STRAIGHT LINE MADE BY EXTENDING THE NORTH BOUNDARY WAHKIAKUM COUNTY WEST TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN), PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES GROUP 1 ....................5 21.77 GROUP 2 ....................$ 24.86 GROUP 3 ....................$ 30.96 GROUP 4 ....................$ 31.70 GROUP 5 ....................$ 32.21 CHELAN, DOUGLAS (WEST OF THE 120TH 1`�RIDIAN), KTTTITAS AND YAKIMA COUNTIES GROUP 1 ....................$ 17.95 GROUP 2 ....................$ 20.58 GROUP 3 ....................$ 22.54 GROUP 4 ....................$ 23.09 GROUP 5 ....................$ 23.48 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.07 BASE POINTS: BELLINGHAM, MT. VERNON, EVERETT, SEATTLE, KENT, TACOMA, OLYMPIA, CE�TTRALIA, ABERDEEN, SHELTON, PT. TOWNSEIdD, PT. ANGELES, AND BREMERTON ZONE 1- Projects within 25 radius miles of the respective city hall ZONE 2- More than 25 but less than 45 radius miles from the respective city hall ZONE 3- More than 45 radius miles from the respective city hall ZONE DIFFERENTIAL (ADD TO ZONE 1 RATES): ZONE 2 - $1.00 ZONE 3 - $1.30 BASE POINTS: CHELAN, SUNNYSIDE, WENATCHEE, AND YAKIMA ZONE 1- Projects within 25 radius miles of the respective city hall ZONE 2- More than 25 radius miles from the respective city hall ZONE DIFFERENTIAL (ADD TO ZONE 1 RATES): ZONE 2 - $2.25 Fringes WA100001 Modification 21 26 ( Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction C�� 1 LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS ' GROUP i: Landscaping and Planting; Watchman; Window Washer/Cleaner (detail clean-up, such as but not limited to cleaning floors, ceilings, walls, windows, etc., prior to final acceptance by the owner) GROUP 2: Batch Weighman; Crusher Feeder; Fence Laborer; Flagman; Pilot Car � , , l� J ' ' ' � , , GROUP 3: General Laborer; Air, Gas, or Electric Vibrating Screed; Asbestos Abatement Laborer; Ballast Regulator Machine; Brush Cutter; Brush Hog Feeder; Burner; Carpenter Tender; Cement Finisher Tender; Change House or Dry Shack; Chipping Gun (under 30 lbs.); Choker Setter; Chuck Tender; Clean-up Laborer; Concrete Form Stripper; Curing Laborer; Demolition (wrecking and moving including charred material); Ditch Digger; Dump Person; Fine Graders; Firewatch; Form Setter; Gabian Basket Builders; Grout Machine Tender; Grinders; Guardrail Erector; Hazardous Waste Worker (Level C: uses a chemical "splash suit" and air purifying respirator); Maintenance Person; Material Yard Person; Pot Tender; Rip Rap Person; Riggers; Scale Person; Sloper Sprayer; Signal Person; Stock Piler; Stake Hopper; Toolroom Man (at job site); Topper-Tailer; Track Laborer; Truck Spotter; Vinyl Seamer GROUP 4: Cement Dumper-Paving; Chipping Gun (over 30 lbs.); Clary Power Spreader; Concrete Dumper/Chute Operator; Concrete Saw Operator; Drill Operator (hydraulic, diamond, aiartrac}; Faller and Bucker Chain Saw; Grade Checker and Transit Person; Groutmen (pressure) including post tension beams; Hazardous Waste Worker (Level B: uses same respirator protection as Level A. A supplied air line is provided in con�unction with a chemical "splash suit"); High Scaler; Jackhammer; Laserbeam Operator; Manhole Builder-Mudman; Nozzleman (concrete pump, green cutter when using combination of high pressure air ancl water on concrete and rock, sandblast, gunite, shotcrete, water blaster, vacuum blaster); Pavement Breaker; Pipe Layer and Caulker; Pipe Pot Tender; Pipe Reliner (not insert type); Pipe Wrapper; Power Jacks; Railroad Spike Puller-Power; Raker-Asphalt; Rivet Buster; Rodder; Sloper (over 20 ft); Spreader (concrete); Tamper and Similar electric, air and glas operated tool; Timber Person-sewer (lagger shorer and cribber); Track Liner Power; Tugger Operator; Vibrator; Well Point Laborer ' GROUP 5: Caisson Worker; Miner; Mortarman and Hodcarrier; Powderman; Re-Timberman; Hazardous Waste Worker (Level A: utilizes a fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supplied air line). r� L I -------------------------------------------------------- � WA 100001 Modification 21 ' Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 2� � u * LAB00238-004 06/O1/2011 ADAMS, ASOTIld, SENTOPT, COI�U�IA, DOUGLAS (EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN), FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, LINCOIN, OKANOGAt�T, PEND OREILLE, STEVENS, 3POKANE, '4PAI,LA WALI,A AND yqHITMAN COUNTIES Rates LA80RER (Pasco) GROUP 1 .....................$ 21.31 GROUP 2 .....................$ 23.91 G1tOUP 3 .....................$ 23.68 GROIIP 4 .....................$ 23.95 6ROUP 5 .....................$ 29.23 LABORER (3pokane) GROUP 1 .....................$ 21.01 GROUP 2 .....................$ 23.11 GROUP 3 .....................$ 23.38 GROUP 4 .....................$ 23.65 GROUP 5 .....................$ 23.93 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rate): $2.00 BASE FOINTS: Spokane, Pasco, Lewiston Fringes 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Zone 1: 0-45 radius miles from the main post office. Zone 2: 45 radius miles and over from the main post office. LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Flagman; Landscape Laborer; Scaleman; Traffic Control Maintenance Laborer (to include erection and maintenance of barricades, signs and relief of flagperson); Window Washer/Cleaner (detail cleanup, such as, but not limited to cleaning floors, ceilings, walls, windows, etc. prior to final acceptance by the owner) WA100�1 Modification 21 28 � Page Federal Wage Defierminations for Highway Construction ' , ' � '�J � ' � ' , � ' �__1 ' CI� GROUP 2: Asbestos Abatement Worker; Brush Hog Feeder; Carpenter Tender; Cement Handler; Clean-up Laborer; Concrete Crewman (to include stripping of forms, hand operating jacks on slip form construction, application of concrete curing compounds, pumperete machine, signaling, handling the nozzle of squeezcrete or similar machine,6 inches and smaller); Confined Space Attendant; Concrete Signalman; Crusher Feeder; Demolition (to include clean-up, burning, loading, wrecking and salvage of all material); Dumpman; Fence Erector; Firewatch; Form Cleaning Machine Feeder, Stacker; General Laborer; Grout Machine Header Tender; Guard Rail (to include guard rails, quide and reference posts, sign posts, and right-of-way markers); Hazardous Waste Worker, Level D(no respirator is used and skin protection is minimal); Miner, Class "A" (to include all bull gang, concrete crewman, dumpman and pumperete crewman, including distributing pipe, assembly & dismantle, and nipper); Nipper; Riprap Man; Sandblast Tailhoseman; Scaffold Erector (wood or steel); Stake Jumper; Structural Mover (to include separatinq foundation, preparation, cribbing, shoring, jacking and unloading of structures); Tailhoseman (water nozzle); Timber Bucker and Faller (by hand); Track Laborer (RR); Truck Loader; Well-Point Man; All Other Work Classifications Not Specially Listed Shall Be Classified As General Laborer ' WA 100001 Modification 21 29 � ' Page Federal Wage Determinations for Mighway Construction C! GROUP 3: Aspahlt Raker; Asphalt Roller, walking; Cement Finisher Tender; Concrete Saw, walking; Demolition Torch; Dope Pot Firemen, non-mechanical; Driller Tender (when required to move and position machine); Form Setter, Paving; Grade Checker using level; Hazardous Waste Worker, Level C(uses a chemical "splash suit" and air purifying respirator); Jackhammer Operator; Miner, Class "B" (to include brakeman, finisher, vibrator, form setter); Nozzleman (to include squeeze and flo-crete nozzle); Nozzleman, water, air or steam; Pavement Breaker (under 90 lbs.); Pipelayer, corrugated metal culvert; Pipelayer, multi- plate; Pot Tender; Power Buggy Operator; Power Tool Operator, gas, electric, pneumatic; Railroad Equipment, power driven, except dual mobile power spiker or puller; Railroad Power Spiker or Puller, dual mobile; Rodder and Spreader; Tamper (to include operation of Barco, Essex and similar tampers); Trencher, Shawnee; Tugger Operator; Wagon Drills; Water Pipe Liner; Wheelbarrow (power driven) GROUP 9: Air and Hydraulic Track Drill; Brush Machine (to include horizontal construction joint cleanup brush machine, power propelled); Caisson Worker, free air; Chain Saw Operator and Faller; Concrete Stack (to include laborers when laborers working on free standing concrete stacks for smoke or fume control above 40 feet high); Gunite (to include operation of machine and nozzle); Hazardous Waste Worker, Level B(uses same respirator protection as Level A. A supplied air line is provided in conjunction with a chemical "splash suit"); High Scaler; Laser Beam Operator (to include grade checker and elevation control); Miner, Class C(to include miner, nozzleman for concrete, laser beam operator and rigger on tunnels); Monitor Operator (air track or similar mounting); Mortar Mixer; Nozzleman (to include jet blasting nozzleman, over 1,200 lbs., jet blast machine power propelled, sandblast nozzle); Pavement Breaker (90 lbs. and over); Pipelayer (to include working topman, caulker, collarman, jointer, mortarman, rigger, jacker, shorer, valve or meter installer); Pipewrapper; Plasterer Tender; Vibrators (all) GROUP 5- Drills with Dual Masts; Hazardous Waste Worker, Level A(utilizes a fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supplied air line); Miner Class "D", (to include raise and shaft miner, laser beam operator on riases and shafts) GROUP 6 - Powderman --------------------------------------------------------- WA100001 Modificafion 21 30 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Constn�ction ' ' LAB00238-006 07/26/2010 COUNTIES EAST OF THE 120TH MERIDIAN: ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, STEVENS, SPOKANE, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN Rates Fringes Hod Carrier ......................$ 24.00 9.69 ------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00335-001 06/01/2010 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC (SOUTH OF A STRAIGHT LINE MADE BY EXTENDING TIiE NORTH BOUNDARY LINE OF WAHKIAKUM COUNTY WEST TO THE PACIFIC OCEAN), SKAMP,NIA AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Laborers: ZONE 1: GROUP 1 ....................$ 27.51 GROUP 2 ....................$ 28.11 GROUP 3 ....................$ 28.55 GROUP 4 ....................$ 28.93 GROUP 5 ....................$ 25.01 GROUP 6 ....................$ 22.59 GROUP 7 ....................$ 19.39 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rates): Zone 2 $ 0.65 Zone 3 - 1.15 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 2.75 Fringes 10.15 10.15 10.15 10.15 10.15 10.15 10.15 BASE POINTS: GOLDENDALE, LONGVIEW, AND VANCOUVER ZONE 1: Projects within 30 miles of the respective city all. ZONE 2: More than 30 miles but less than 40 miles from the respective• city hall. ZONE 3: More than 40 miles but less than 50 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 4: More than 50 miles but less than 80 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 5: More than 80 miles from the respective city hall. WA100001 Modification 21 Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construc#ion 31 � LABORERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Asphalt Plant Laborers; Asphalt Spreaders; Batch Weighman; Broomers; Brush Burners and Cutters; Car and Truck Loaders; Carpenter Tender; Change-House Man or Dry Shack Man; Choker Setter; Clean-up Laborers; Curing, Concrete; Demolition, Wrecking and Moving Laborers; Dumpers, road oiling crew; Dumpmen (for grading crew); Elevator Feeders; Median Rail Reference Post, Guide Post, Right of Way Marker; Fine Graders; Fire Watch; Form Strippers (not swinging stages); General Laborers; Hazardous Waste Worker; Leverman or Aggregate Spreader (Flaherty and similar types); Loading Spotters; Material Yard Man {including electrical); Pittsburgh Chipper Operator or Similar Types; Railroad Track Laborers; Ribbon Setters (including steel forms); Rip Rap Man (hand placed); Road Pump Tender; Sewer Labor; Signalman; Skipman; Slopers; Spraymen; Stake Chaser; Stockpiler; Tie Back Shoring; Timber Faller.and Bucker (hand labor); Toolroom Man (at job site); Tunnel Bullgang (above ground); Weight-Man- Crusher (aggregate when used) GROUP 2: Applicator (including pot power tender for same), applying protective material by hand or nozzle on utility lines or storage tanks on project; Brush Cutters (power saw); Burners; Choker Splicer; Clary Power Spreader and similar types; Clean- up Nozzleman-Green Cutter (concrete, rock, etc.); Concrete Power Buggyman; Concrete Laborer; Crusher Feeder; Demolition and Wrecking Charred Materials; Gunite Nozzleman Tender; Gunite or Sand Blasting Pot Tender; Handlers or Mixers of all Materials of an irritating nature tincluding cement and lime); Tool Operators (includes but not limited to: Dry Pack Machine; Jackhammer; Chipping Guns; Paving Breakers); Pipe Doping and Wrapping; Post Hole Digger, air, gas or electric; Vibrating Screed; Tampers; Sand Blasting (Wet); Stake-Setter; Tunnel-Muckers, Brakemen, Concrete Crew, Bullgang (underground) GROUP 3: Asbestos Removal; Bit Grinder; Drill Doctor; Drill Operators, air tracks, cat drills, wagon drills, rubber-mounted drills, and other similar types including at crusher plants; Gunite Nozzleman; High Scalers, Strippers and Drillers (covers work in swinging stages, chairs or belts, under extreme conditions unusual to normal drilling, blasting, barring-down, or sloping and stripping); Manhole Builder; Powdermen; Concrete Saw Operator; Pwdermen; Power Saw Operators (Bucking and Falling); Pumperete Nozzlemen; Sand Blasting (Dry); Sewer Timberman; Track Liners, Anchor Machines, Ballast Regulators, Multiple Tampers, Power Jacks, Tugger Operator; Tunnel-Chuck Tenders, Nippers and Timbermen; Vibrator; Water Blaster WA100001 Modi�cation 21 32 1 Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction GROUP 4: Asphalt Raker; Concrete Saw Operator (walls); Concrete Nozzelman; Grade Checker; Pipelayer; Laser Seam pipelaying)-applicable when employee assigned to move, set up, align; Laser Beam; Tunnel Miners; Motorman-Dinky Locomotive-Tunnel; Powderman-Tunnel; Shield Operator-Tunnel GROUP 5: Traffic Flaggers GROUP 6: Fence Builders GROUP 7: Landscaping or Planting Laborers ---------------------------------------------------------------- LAB00335-019 06/01/2008 Rates Frinqes Hod Carrier ......................$ 29.58 8.40 ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0005-002 07/O1/2010 STATEW3DE EXCEPT CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC (SOUTH), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: STRIPERS ....................$ 27.74 11.66 -------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0005-004 03/01/2009 CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Fringes PAINTER ..........................$ 20.82 7.49 ---------------------------------------------------------------- WA100001 Modification 21 33 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction * PAIN0005-006 07/01/2010 ADAMS, ASOTIN; BENTON AND FRANKLI'N (EXCEPT HANFORD SITE); CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, GARFTELD, GRANT, KITTITAS, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN AND YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: Application of Cold Tar Products, Epoxies, Polyure thanes, Acids, Radiation Resistant Material, Water and Sandblasting............$ 21.50 7.98 Over 30'/Swing Stage Work..$ 22.20 7.98 Brush, Roller, Striping, Steam and Spray....$ 19.93 7.98 Lead Abatement, Asbestos Abatement ...................$ 21.50 7.98 *$.70 shall be paid over and above the basic wage rates listed for work on swing stages and high work of over 30 feet. ---------------------------------------------------------------- PAIN0055-002 04/Ol/2011 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC, SKAMANIA, AND Tn1AHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: Brush & Roller ..............$ 20.00 7.71 High work - All wvrk 60 ft. or higher ...............$ 23.05 7.71 Spray and Sandblasting......$ 23.05 7.71 ---------------------------------------------------------------- * PAIN005.5-007 06/01/2011 CLARK, COWLITZ, Ki�ICKITAT, SKAD9ANIA and WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Fringes Painters: HIGHQPAY & PARKING LOT STRIPER .....................$ 33.46 ----------------------------------------------- s.si WA100001 Modi#ication 21 34 � Page Federal Wage Determinations fo� Highway Construction PLAS0072-004 06/01/2010 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT, KITTITAS, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN, AND YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Fringes ' ' CEMENT MA.SON/CONCRETE FINISHER ZONE 1 ......................$ 24.53 11.32 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rate): Zone 2-$2.00 BASE POINTS: Spokane, Pasco, Lewiston; Wenatchee Zone 1: 0- 45 radius miles from the main post office Zone 2: Over 45 radius miles from the main post office ---------------------------------------------------------------- * PLAS0528-001 06/01/2011 CLALLAM, COWLITZ, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC, PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON, WAHKIAKUM AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Cement Masons: CEMENT MASON ................$ 35.40 COMPOSITION, TROWEL MACHINE, GRINDER, POWER TOOLS, GUNNITE NOZZLE.......$ 35.90 TROWLING MACHINE OPERATOR ON COMPOS3TION ..............$ 36.90 ----------------------------------------------- PLAS0555-002 06/O1/2009 CLARK, KLICKITAT AND SKAMANIA COUNTIES ZONE 1: Rates Cement Masons: CENIEAIT MASONS DOING BOTH COMPOSITION/POWER MACHIATERY AND SUSPENDED/HANGING SCAFFOLD..$ 29.94 CEMENT MASONS ON SUSPENDED, SWINGING AND/OR HP,NG3NG SCAFFOLD............$ 29.41 CEMENT MASONS ...............$ 28.87 COMPOSITION WORKERS AND POWER MACHINERY OPERATORS...$ 29.41 Fringes 13.75 13.75 13.75 Fringes 15.59 15.59 15.59 15.59 WA100001 Modi�cation 21 Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 35 � Zone Differential (Add To Zone 1 Rates): Zone 2 - $0.65 Zone 3 - 1.15 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 3.00 BASE POINTS: BEND, CORVALLIS, EUGENE, MEDFORD, PORTLAND, SALEM, THE DALLES, VAATCOWER ZONE 1: Projects within 30 miles of the respective city hall ZONE 2: More than 30 miles but less than 90 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 3: More than 40 miles but less than 50 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 4: More than 50 miles but less than 80 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 5: More than 80 miles from the respective city hall ------------------------------------------------------------- TEAM0037-002 06/Ol/2009 CLARK, COWLITZ, KLICKITAT, PACIFIC (South of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean), SKAMANIA, AND WAHKIAKUM COUNTIES Rates Truck drivers: ZONE 1 GROUP 1 ....................$ 26.90 GROUP 2 ....................$ 27.02 GROUP 3 ....................$ 27.15 GROUP 4 ....................$ 27.91 GROUP 5 ....................$ 27.63 GROUP 6 ....................$ 27.79 GROUP 7 ....................$ 27.99 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 Rates): Zone 2 - $0.65 Zone 3 - 1.15 Zone 4 - 1.70 Zone 5 - 2.75 Fringes 12.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 12.75 BASE POINTS: ASTORIA, THE DALLES, LONGVIEW AND VANCOUVER ZONE l: Projects within 30 miles of the respective city hall. ZONE 2: More than 30 miles but less than 40 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 3: More than 40 miles but less than 50 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 4: More than 50 miles but less than 80 miles from the respective city hall. ZONE 5: More than 80 miles from the respective city hall. WA100001 Modi�cation 2i Page Federal Wage Determina�ons for Highway Construction � 36 � ' ' � �� , C �� ' CI , � TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: A Frame or Hydra lifrt truck w/load bearing surface; Articulated Dump Truck; Battery Rebuilders; Bus or Manhaul Driver; Concrete Buggies (power operated); Concrete Pump Truck; Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations there of: up to and including 10 cu. yds.; Lift Jitneys, Fork Lifts (all sizes in loading, unloading and transporting material on job site); Loader and/or Leverman on Concrete Dry Batch Plant (manually operated); Pilot Car; Pickup Truck; Solo Flat Bed and misc. Body Trucks, 0-10 tons; Truck Tender; Truck Mechanic Tender; Water Wagons (rated capacity) up to 3,000 gallons; Transit Mix and Wet or Dry Mix - 5 cu. yds. and under; Lubrication Man, Fuel Truck Driver, Tireman, Wash Rack, Steam Cleaner or combinations; Team Driver; Slurry Truck Driver or Leverman; Tireman GROUP 2: Boom Truck/Hydra-lift or Retracting Crane; Challenger; Dumpsters or similar equipment all sizes; Dump Trucks/Articulated Dumps 6 cu to 10 cu.; Flaherty Spreader Driver or Leverman; Lowbed Equipment, Flat Bed Semi or doubles transporting equipment or wet or dry materials; Lumber Carrier, Driver-Straddle Carrier (used in loading, unloading and transporting of materials on job site); Oil Distributor Driver or Leverman; Transit mix and wet or dry mix trcuks: over 5 cu. yds. and including 7 cu. yds.; Vacuum Trucks; Water truck/Wagons (rated capacity) over 3,000 to 5,000 gallons GROUP 3: Ammonia Nitrate Distributor Driver; Dump trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 10 cu. yds. and including 30 cu. yds. includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Self-Propelled Street Sweeper; Transit mix and wet or dry mix truck: over 7 cu yds. and including 11 cu yds.; Truck Mechanic-Welder-Body Repairman; Utility and Clean-up Truck; Water Wagons (rated capacity) over 5,000 to 10,000 gallons ' GROUP 4: Asphalt Burner; Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom cumps, including Semi-Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 30 cu. yds. and including 50 cu. yds. includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Fire Guard; Transit Mix ' and Wet or Dry Mix Trucks, over 11 cu. yds. and including 15 cu. yds.; Water Wagon (rated capacity) over 10,000 gallons to 15,000 gallons ' GROUP 5: Composite Crewman; Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 50 cu. yds. and including 60 cu. yds. includes Articulated Dump Trucks ' GROUP 6: Bulk Cement Spreader w/o Auger; Dry Pre-8atch concrete Mix Trucks; Dump trucks, side, end and bottom ' dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains of combinations thereof: over 60 cu. yds. and including 80 cu. yds., and includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Skid Truck WA100001 Modification 21 ' Page Federal Woge Determinations for Highway Construction 37 � ' GROUP 7: Dump Trucks, side, end and bottom dumps, including Semi Trucks and Trains or combinations thereof: over 80 cu. yds. and including 100 cu. yds., includes Articulated Dump Trucks; Industrial Lift Truck (mechanical tailgate) ---------------------------------------------------------------- * TEAM0174-001 06/O1/2009 CLALLAM, GRAYS HARBOR, ISLAND, JEFFERSON, KING, KITSAP, LEWIS, MASON, PACIFIC (North of a straight line made by extending the north boundary line of Wahkiakum County west to the Pacific Ocean}, PIERCE, SAN JUAN, SKAGIT, SNOHOMISH, THURSTON AND WHATCOM COUNTIES Rates Truck drivers: ZOAiE A: GROUP 1:....••••...........$ 31.87 GROUP 2 :...................$ 31.03 GROUP 3 :...................$ 28.22 GROUF 4 :...................$ 23.25 GROUP 5 :...................$ 31.92 14.60 14.60 14.60 14.60 14.60 ZONE B(25-45 miles from center of listed cities*): Add $.70 per hour to Zone A rates. ZONE C(over 45 miles from centr of listed cities*): Add $1.00 per hour to Zone A rates. *Zone pay will be calculated from the city center of the following listed cities: BELLINGHAM CENTRALIA EVERETT SHELTON SEATTLE PORT ANGELES TACOMA PORT TOWNSEND RAYMOND OLYMPIA ANACORTES BELLEWE MT. VERNON KENT ABERDEEN BREMERTON TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1-"A-frame or Hydralift" trucks and Boom trucks or similar equipment when "A" frame or "Hydralift" and Boom truck or similar equipment is used; Buggymobile; Bulk Cement Tanker; Dumpsters and similar equipment, Tournorockers, Tournowagon, Tournotrailer, Cat DW series, Terra Cobra, Le Tourneau, Westinghouse, Athye Wagon, Euclid Two and Four-Wheeled power tractor with trailer and similar top-loaded equipment transporting material: Durnp Trucks, side, end and bottom dump, including semi-trucks and trains or combinations thereof with 16 yards to 30 yards capacity: Over 30 yards 5.15 per hour additional for each 10 yard increment; Explosive Truck (field mix) and similar equipment; Hyster Operators (handling bulk loose aggregates); Lowbed and Heavy Duty Trailer; Road Oil Distributor Driver; Spreader, Flaherty Transit mix used exclusively in heavy construction; Water Wagon and Tank Truck-3,000 gallons and over capacity Fringes WA100001 Modification 21 38 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction ' , ' � , C , � � � � ' ' � ' GROUP 2- Bulllifts, or similar equipment used in loading or unloading trucks, transporting materials on job site; Dumpsters, and similar equipment, Tournorockers, Tournowagon, Turnotrailer, Cat. D.W. Series, Terra Cobra, Le Tourneau, Westinghouse, Athye wagon, Euclid two and four-wheeled power tractor with trailer and similar top-loaded equipment transporting material: Dump trucks, side, end and bottom dump, including semi-trucks and trains or combinations thereof with less than 16 yards capacity; Flatbed {Dual Rear Axle); Grease Truck, Fuel Truck, Greaser, Battery Service Man and/or Tire Service Man; Leverman and loader at bunkers and batch plants; Oil tank transport; Scissor truck; Slurry Truck; Sno-Go and similar equipment; Swampers; Straddler Carrier (Ross, Hyster) and similar equipment; Team Driver; Tractor (small, rubber-tired)(when used within Teamster jurisdiction); Vacuum truck; Water Wagon and Tank trucks-less than 3,000 gallons capacity; Winch Truck; Wrecker, Tow truck and similar equipment GROUP 3- Flatbed (single rear axle); Pickup Sweeper; Pickup Truck. (Adjust Group 3 upward by $2.00 per hour for onsite work onl�) GROUP 4- Escort or Pilot Car GROUP 5 - Mechanic HAZMAT PROJECTS Anyone working on a HAZMAT job, where HAZMAT certification is required, shall be compensated as a premium, in addition to the classification working in as follows: LEVEL C: +$,25 per hour - This level uses an air purifying respirator or additional protective clothing. LEVEL B: +$.50 per hour - Uses same respirator protection as Level A. Supplied air line is provided in conjunction wi�h a chemical "splash suit." LEVEL A: +$.75 per hour - This level utilizes a fully- encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus or a supplied air line. ---------------------------------------------------------------- � WA100001 Modification 21 , Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 39 � ' TEAM0760-002 06/O1/2009 ADAMS, ASOTIN, BENTON, CHELAN, COLUMBIA, DOUGLAS, FERRY, FRANKLIN, GARFIELD, GRANT KITTITAS, LINCOLN, OKANOGAN, PEND OREILLE, SPOKANE, STEVENS, WALLA WALLA, WHITMAN AND YAKIMA COUNTIES Rates Truck drivers: (ANYONE WORKING ON HAZMAT JOBS SEE FOOTNOTE A BELOW) ZONE 1: GROUP 1 ....................$ 20.02 GROUP 2 ....................$ 22.29 GROUP 3 ....................$ 22.79 GROUP 4 ....................$ 23.12 GROUP 5 ....................$ 23.23 GROUP 6 ....................$ 23.40 GROUP 7............ ......$ 23.93 GROUP 8 ....................$ 24.26 Fringes 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 10.86 Zone Differential (Add to Zone 1 rate: Zone 2-$2.00) BASE POINTS: Spokane, Moses Lake, Pasco, Lewiston Zone 1: 0-45 radius miles from the main post office. Zone 2: Outside 95 radius miles from the main post office TRUCK DRIVERS CLASSIFICATIONS GROUP 1: Escort Driver or Pilot Car; Employee Haul; Power Boat Hauling Employees or Material GROUP 2: Fish Truck; Flat Bed Truck; Fork Lift (3000 lbs. and under); Leverperson (loading trucks at bunkers); Trailer Mounted Hydro Seeder and Mulcher; Seeder & Mulcher; Stationary Fuel Operator; Tractor (small, rubber-tired, pulling trailer or similar equipment) GROUP 3: Auto Crane (2000 lbs. capacity); Buggy Mobile & Similar; Bulk Cement Tanks & Spreader; Dumptor (6 yds. & under); Flat Bed Truck with Hydraullic System; Fork Lift (3001-16,000 lbs.); Fuel Truck Driver, Steamcleaner & Washer; Power Operated Sweeper; Rubber-tired Tunnel Jumbo; Scissors Truck; Slurry Truck Driver; Straddle Carrier (Ross, Hyster, & similar); Tireperson; Transit Mixers & Truck Hauling Concrete (3 yd. to & including 6 yds.); Trucks, side, end, bottom & articulated end dump (3 yards to and including 6 yds.); Warehouseperson (to include shipping & receiving); Wrecker & Tow Truck GROUP 4: A-Frame; Burner, Cutter, & Welder; Service Greaser; Trucks, side, end, bottom & articulated end dump (over 6 yards to and including 12 yds.); Truck Mounted Hydro Seeder; Warehouseperson; Water Tank truck (0-8,000 gallons) WA1�001 Modification 21 40 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Constn�ction ' � ' � I I i � ' � u � ' �I ' ' C � , GROUP 5: Dumptor (over 6 yds.); Lowboy (50 tons & under); Self- loading Roll Off; Semi-Truck & Trailer; Tractor with Steer Trailer; Transit Mixers and Trucks Hauling Concrete (over 6 yds. to and including 10 yds.); Trucks, side, end, bottom and end dump (over 12 yds. to & including 20 yds.); Truck-Mounted Crane (with load bearing surface either mounted or pulled, up to 14 ton); Vacuum Truck (super sucker, guzzler, etc.) GROUP 6: Flaherty Spreader Box Driver; Flowboys; Fork Lift (over 16,000 lbs.); Dumps {Semi-end); Mechanic (Field); Semi- end Dumps; Transfer Truck & Trailer; Transit Mixers & Trucks Hauling Concrete (over 10 yds. to & including 20 yds.); Trucks, side, end, bottom and articulated end dump (over 20 yds. to & including 40 yds.); Truck and Pup; Tournarocker, DWs & similar with 2 or more 4 wheel-power tractor with trailer, gallonage or yardage scale, whichever is greater Water Tank Truck (8,001- 14,000 gallons); Lowboy(over 50 tons) GROUP 7: Oil Distributor Driver; Stringer Truck (cable oeprated trailer); Transit Mixers & Trucks Hauling Concrete (over 20•yds.); Truck, side, end, bottom end dump (over 40 yds. to & including 100 yds.); Truck Mounted Crane (with load bearing surface either mounted or pulled (16 through 25 tons); GROUP 8: Prime Movers and Stinger Truck; Trucks, side, end, bottom and articulated end dump (over 100 yds.); Helicopter Pi.lot Hauling Employees or Materials ' WA10�01 Modifica#ion 21 � Page Federal Wage Determinations for Highway Construction 41 ( u Footnote A- Anyone working on a HAZMAT job, where HAZMAT certification is required, shall be compensated as a premium, in additon to the classification working in as follows: LEVEL C-D: -$.50 PER HOUR (This is the lowest level of protection. This level may use an air purifying respirator or additional protective clothing. LEVEL A-B: -$1.00 PER HOUR (Uses supplied air is conjunction with a chemical spash suit or fully encapsulated suit with a self-contained breathing apparatus. Employees shall be paid Hazmat pay in increments of four(4) and eight(8) hours. NOTE: Trucks Pulling Equipment Trailers: over applicable truck rate ------------------------------------- shall receive $.15/hour WELDERS - Receive rate prescribed for craft performing operation to which welding is incidental. °____________________________________�_____���__________________ Unlisted classifications needed for work not included within the scope of the classifications listed may be added after award only as provided in the labor standards contract clauses (29CFR 5.5 (a) (1) (ii)). ----------------------------- In the listing above, the "SU" designation means that rates listed under the identifier do not reflect collectively bargained wage and fringe benefit rates. Other designations indicate unions whose rates have been determined to be prevailing. ------------------------------------------------------- WAGE DETERMINATION APPEALS PROCESS 1.) Has there been an initial decision in the metter? This can be: * an existing published wage determination * a survey underlying a wage determination * a Wage and Hour Division letter setting forth a position on a wage determination matter * a conformance (additional classification and rate) ruling On survey related matters, initial contact, including requests for summaries of surveys, should be with the Wage and Hour Regional Office for the area in which the survey was conducted because t�ose Regional Offices have responsibility for the Davis-Bacon survey program. If the response from this initial contact is not satisfactory, then the process described in 2.) and 3.) should be foilowed. WA100001 Modification 21 Page Federal Wage Determinotions for Highway Construction 42 ( � With regard to any other matter not yet ripe for the formal process described here, initial contact should be with the Branch of Construction Wage Determinations. Write to: Branch of Construction Wage Determinations Wage and Hour Division U.S. Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20210 2.) If the answer to the question in 1.) is yes, then an interested party (those affected by the action} can request review and reconsideration from the Wage and Hour Administrator (See 29 CFR Part 1.8 and 29 CFR Part 7). Write to: Wage and Hour Administrator U.S. Department of Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20210 The request should be accompanied by a full statement of the interested•party's position and by any information (wage payment data, pro�ect description, area practice material, etc.) that the requestor considers relevant to the issue. 3.) If the decision of the Administrator is not favorable, an interested party may appeal directly to the Administrative Review 8oard (formerly the Wage Appeals Board). Write to: Administrative Review Board U.S. Department o£ Labor 200 Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, DC 20210 4.) Al1 decisions by the Administrative Review Board are final. END OF GENERAL DECISION WA100001 Modification 21 Page Federal Wage De#erminations for Mighway Construction �1 APPENDIX D GEOTECHNICAL BORING l.OGS ' ' � , ' ' ' , ' ' ' r - w w � ' � � ' � � s , �g �i � > ' � , I ' MAJOR DMSIONS Soii Classification System uscs GRAPHIC LETTER SYMBOL SYMBOL�'� nrPica� DESCRIPTIONS �'� GRAVEL AND CLEAN GRAVEL o: d.° ti G1IV Well-graded gravel; graveVsand mixture(s); Iittle or rro fines � H N GRAVELLY 501L (Un� or no fines) o. o o-�- o. o o. GP �N sraaed 9r� 9raveVsend mfxture(s); Nttle a no fines o�� (More than 50%of GRAVEL WITH FINES (�� Slltygreveh, graveUsend/sift mixture(s) W '� coarse fractlon retained (MPrecfable amour�t af Z 's � on fdo. 4 sieve) flnes) �`aC C�yeY �av�� graveUsancilclay mixture(s) � a� � Z SAND AND CLEAN SAND $W Well-graded sand; gravepy sanc� Ifttle or no flnes �w ��c SANDY SOIL (Littie a� no flnes) SP p�y gradad sand; gravely send; Iitde a no flnes Q n� (Morethen50%of SANDWITHFINES $M �Irysan�send/siltmbdure(s) ��� c�rse fraction pessed (,qP��able amount of through No. 4 sfeve) flnes) $C aayey san� sandldaY mixhue(s) � M � I�« c s�K ar tt�flnem nd; r�ocu fl�r; sixy or dayey flne �, �` N S9LT AND CLAY ��y e g �� � of bw to medlum plasUdty; graveNy day, sarWy w� m'� (Llquid limil tess then 50) CL ���� Z W .N w QL Organic sll� organiG sflty Gay of bw�P�e�IdlY �� co g SILT AND CLAY MH InorgaMc sitt; micaceous or �etomeceous flne send w � C,H InorgaNc Gay of hlgh pl�dGty, fat clay LL � (Uqufd ifmit greater than 50) �H p��� �, ��� to M� plastidty; a�anlc slit ' HIGHLY ORGANIC SOIL PT Peat; humus; swarnp soil with Mgh orgenlc conteM GRAPHIC LETTER OTHER MATERIALS SYMBOL SYMBOL TYPICAL DESCRIPTIONS PAVEMENT or PC /�P� ���e pavem� or Portlend cement pev�nent ROCK RK �* (see R«�c c�ssmc�bn) WOOD WD Wood, lumber, wood chips DEBRIS O O DB Cor�structiondebris, gerbege Ndes: 1. USCS leiter symbols correspond to symbds used bythe Unifled Soil Classifir,ation 3ystem end A3TM clasNflcetion methods. Dual � syrrd�ols (e.g., SPSM for send or graveq indfcate soil with � estimated 5-75%8nes. Muttiple letter symbols (e.g., kR9CL) Ir�cate borderAne w mWGp� adl clessf�calbns. 2. Soil descriptlons are base� on tl�e general approach presented In the Stanc�rd P►aclice for Deacrlptia� and Iderklfication of Sdis (Visual-Manual Procedure), oufiir�ed in ASTM D 2488. Where k�borartoryindex testlng has been corxiucted, soll Gassifcetlons are besed an the 3tenderd Test Mettad for ClassiflcaUon of Soils for Ergfneerfng Purposes, as outlined fn ASTM D 2487. 3. Soil dascripdon termirrology is bcrsed on vfsual estimates (in the absence of laba�ory t�t data) d the percerrtages of �h soil type and Is deflned as foAoovs: Primery Conslituent: > 50%- "GRAVEL,"'SAND; "SILT,"•CLAY," etc. Secondary Constttuents: > 30% and < 50% -"very graveNy," 'Yery sarMy,""very slity," etc. > 15% efld <30% _ "yreVel�Y,° ° �Y." "��Y Etc. Additlaial Constituents: > 5% and < 159'0 -"with gravel,"'1Mih sarM," "vulth slit," etc. < 5% -"with trace gravel,°'wNh trece send," "wlth trace silf,' etc., a not rroRed. 4. Sofl density or cmisistency descriptions are based on )udgemeM using a combirretion of sampler penetraGon bbw courKs, drilling or excavating cornAllons, fleld tests, and laborataytests, as approprlate. DriNing and Sampling Key SAMPLER TYPE SAMPLE NUMBER & INTERVAL Code Description a 3.25-Irxh O.D., 2.42-fnch I.D. Spllt Spoai b 2.00-Inch O.D., 1.50-Inch I.D. Spllt Spoon ��mple I�tlflcatfon Number c . Shelby Tube d Greb Sample � Recovery Depth Interval e single-rube Core Berrel �� ]�.� �mple Depth Interval f Double-Tube Core Barrel g 2.50-1nch O.D., 2.00-inch I.D. WSDOT � portlon of Sample Retelr�ed h 3.00-Iroh O.D., 2.375-Irich I:D. Mod. Callfomia for Archlve a Nielysls i Other - See teM if appllcable 1 300-Ib H�nmer, 30-Inch Drop 2 140-Ib Hammer, 30-Inch Drop Groundwater 3 Pushed Field and Lab Test Code PP = 1:0 N = 0.5 PID = 100 W=10 D=120 _20p = gp GS AL GT CA 4' Vibr000re (Rot�orddGeoprobe) � APPi'��� �r level at Ume d driNlrg (ATD) 5 Othar - See texl if aoollcable ._ �►PP►oxlmate v'reter level at Ume aRFier tlian ATD DescripHon Podcet Penehometer, tsf Torvane, tsF Pha4oloNZatlon Datector �OC stxeenkg. PPm Molshee Cor�eM, % Dry Densfty, pd Materlal smaller than No. 200 sieve, �o Gr�n Slze - See seperate flgire iw data Atterberg Llmlts - See aep�ate fl�re far deta Omer Geotechnlcel Tesling Chemlcal ArrelvslS Mark Twain Elementary Figure �� Safe Routes to School Soil Classification System and Key � Federal Way, Washington � a d 0 0 2 4 6 S 10 12 TP-1 SAMPLE DATA SOIL PROFILE °�' m � � Excavation Methad: Rubber-tired Backhoe Z — � � �' � Ground Elevation (ft): "� m � y o, ,�, n o L U Excavated By: Kelly's Excavating a m a� c`n � C7 � �a99ed By: KMM SP- Brown, gravely, flna to coarse SAND with sllt . SM (medlum dense, moist) &1= d W = 16 (FILL) - gra�s wet S-2 = d W= 14 - grades very gravelly SP- Brov�mish-grey, grevelly, fine to coerse SANC SM wlth sIR and trac8 cobble (dense, mdst) S3= d W= 70 (�iLACIAL TILL) �= d W=$ - grades very gravetly and metrix st�ported S-5=� d � W=8 Test Pit Completed 04/04/12 TaRal Depth of Test Pk = 10.5 ft. - grades graveNy TP 2 SOIL PROFILE � o Excavation Method: R�ber-tired Backhoe c� �, Ground Elevation (ft): ` Q c�n Excavated By: Kelly's Excavating � ? Logged By: g� SM/ ML (TOPSOIL) SP- SM Brown, flne to medlum SAND with sift and large S � wood debris (loose, wet) / gM �� (RECE3�ONAL OUTWASH) — — — — � SAMPLE DATA `w � � � � � m 07 � m o m m� m' m 0 O tn o0 m i- 2 $ a r S y �u 6 0 0 1U � � 12 N n C V S-1 = d W= 13 Gre�bram with faint iron oxlde staining, grevely, flne to coerse SPJVD wlih siM (medfum S-2 = d W- � 9 � ��� �ist to wet) GS � Grey, very sflty, fine SAt� (loose, molst to wet) S-3 = d w - 4 GS Grey-brown, very gravelly, flne to coarse SAND (medium dense, mofst) � � d - Qrades wet SP' Gray, gaveliy, flne 4o coarse SAND wlth siN S-5 d SM ���um dense to dense, wet) Test Pfl Completed 04/24/12 T�al Depih of Tesl PR = 10.0 ft. Notes: 1. 3tretigrephic contacts are based on 8eld ir�erpretatfons and are apprwclmate. 2. Referenoe io the tex[ d this report Is necessary fw a proper understandirg of subsurtace condlUons. 3. R�er to "Shc GassHicatlon Syste�n and Key" flgure for explanatlon of grdphics and symbds. Mark Twain Elementary � Safe Routes to School ��� Federai Way, Washington CCT:Z•�� '�_�'1����3 �[ Sbw Seepege grow�dweter ' seepage �cairdered aR 3.0 ft GROUNDWATER � Modererte Se�e Log of Test Pits Figure 4 � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � 328077.01 M27112 Y:13 261077.010�T1326077.GPJ GRAIN SIZE FlGURE U.S. Sieve Openir� in Inches ( U.S. Sieve Numbers I 6 4 3 � 7.5 �,� 3/4 1@ 3t8 3 4� 6 8 10 14 76 20 30 40 5060 100 740 �200 �� 9� 8� �� L O1 � 64 T � � 50 LL C � 40 m a 0 10 Cobbles Gravel Coarse Fine Exploration Sample Depth Naturai mbol Number Number (ft) Masture (%) • TP-2 S 2 5.0 19 m TP-2 S� 6.5 4 i in Millimeters Sa nd Medium Fine 0.1 Soil Descriptlon fine SAND ;Ilv. fine to coarse SAND Hydrometer Silt or Clay Unified Soil Classification SM SP M�rk Twain Elemerrtary Figure Safe Routes to School Grain Si�e Distribution � � Federal Way, Washington