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Bp-15 Historic Restoration Package

Bp-15 Historic Restoration Package

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The District of Columbia Public Library is asking contractors to respond to this Addendum to the Request for Proposal to furnish all parts, labor, material and equipment necessary to complete the Work of the following named Bid Packages (BP) tasks associated with the complete renovation and addition at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library.
The District of Columbia Public Library is asking contractors to respond to this Addendum to the Request for Proposal to furnish all parts, labor, material and equipment necessary to complete the Work of the following named Bid Packages (BP) tasks associated with the complete renovation and addition at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library.

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BP-15HISTORIC RESTORATION PACKAGESCOPE OF WORK
 
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The Scope of Work includes the restoration of original interior and exterior buildingfeatures at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library which is located at 3260 R Street, NW,Washington,
 
DC.
H
ISTORIC
R
ESTORATION
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ACKAGE
 
Contractor shall be responsible for labor, material and equipment for all historicrestoration including but not limited to masonry, door, wood window, refinishing, partsreplacement, etc. at the existing building and the new addition as indicated in biddocuments (100% Final Construction Drawings and Specifications dated July 9, 2009).Available on CD. Work includes but is not limited to the following specification sectionsDivision 1 – General RequirementsDivision 4 – Masonry04901 Clay Masonry Cleaning and Restoration04902 Cast Stone Cleaning and Restoration04903 Marble Cleaning and Restoration04904 Masonry Efflorescence RemovalDivision 5 - Metals05910 Ornamental Metal CleaningDivision 6 – Wood and Plastics06105 Miscellaneous Carpentry06400 Interior Woodwork RefinishingDivision 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection07920 Joint Sealants (As applicable for your work)Division 8 – Doors and Windows08290 Wood Door Refinishing08592 Historic Treatment of Wood Windows08710 Door Hardware (As applicable for your work)08716 Automatic Door Operators for Historic Doors08892 Glazing RepairDivision 9 Finishes09210 Plaster Cleaning & Repair09280 Ornamental Plaster Replacement1.
 
Protect existing windows and frames2.
 
Cutout, repoint, repair, and/or rebuild exterior masonry walls, chimney,stonework and sills as required and/or indicated by the Documents.
 
3.
 
Clean all exterior masonry, stone, marble or cast stone facades bymethods specified and remove all vegetation, graffiti and efflorescence.Remove and clean all residue from direct or indirect fire causes,including tar, chemicals, etc.4.
 
Remove existing wood nailers with-in the parapet wall and patch solidas required, to maintain bearing wall structural integrity per detail10/A3.20.5.
 
Remove existing wood window sashes where required for restoration.6.
 
Install temporary plywood and miscellaneous temporary protection atexterior window openings in order to maintain a weather proof openinguntil restored window replacement.7.
 
Contractor should be advised that the following work has beenperformed under a separate contract:
 
31 total pair of sashes have been removed
 
27 pair of these sashes have been stored in shop
 
4 pair of these sashes have been stored at a stripping workshop
 
Windows #68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, – glass has been removed,sashes stripped and repairs performed
 
Windows #44, 45, 46, 60, 61, 62 – glass has been removed, sashesstripped
 
Windows # 55, 56, 57, 58, 59 – glass has been removed
 
Windows # 52, 53 – were remove after the fire for debris removalfrom the second floor.The intent is for this contractor to take over the work that has been startedby others.8.
 
Strip existing window sashes of lead paint or other finishes and restoreto scheduled finish. Remove and replace glazing. Repair sash andframe, replacing missing and broken parts and hardware.9.
 
Remove all existing plywood and miscellaneous protection at exteriorwindow openings prior to reinstallation of restored windows.10.
 
Reinstall restored wood windows in original locations and provide trimto replicate original installation.11.
 
Caulk and weather strip all restored window installations for air andwater tight condition.12.
 
Prime and paint interior and exterior side of restored wood windows.13.
 
Repair, restore and refinish existing interior architectural wood doorsand casings as scheduled.14.
 
Repair, furnish and install finish hardware on restored doors.15.
 
Repair, restore and refinish and re-install existing protected and orsalvaged interior finish carpentry trim and paneling as scheduled.16.
 
Refinish, refurbish, retrofit and reinstall scheduled casework andfurniture and furnishings (cabinets, tables, desks, chairs salvaged andstored by Others) for reuse as indicated. Refurbishing includes the addedamenities, for power and IT connections and raceways.
 
17.
 
Patch and repair or replace with replicated material any and all damagedor missing plaster finishes at ceiling, wall and ornamentalembellishments ( i.e. cornices).18.
 
Furnish and install any and all required in-wall blocking or othercarpentry required to provide a quality installation of restored doors,casings, casework or other finish carpentry.19.
 
Restore metal fences, rails and grilles as required, removing, repairing,replicating missing or damaged parts and refinishing as necessary torestore to like original condition.20.
 
This Contractor is responsible to survey and transport materials that arecurrently stored off site. These materials include, but are not limited towindows, doors, millwork, cabinets, shelving, finish hardware andfurnishings. It is the contractor’s responsibility to take possession of thestored materials with-in ten (10) days of NTP.21.
 
Hoisting as required for this work.22.
 
Provide any Independent Testing & Inspection Services required for thisWork, including materials testing and inspections;23.
 
During the period of this work, contractor agrees that all employeesmust be experienced in performing the work.24.
 
Contractor shall coordinate this work with other work in progress.25.
 
The Contractor shall ensure that no elements determined to be unstableare left unsupported. Any and all required structural bracing forstructural systems to remain shall be included in this scope of work.26.
 
Contractor shall remove and transport debris resulting from erectionoperations and materials to site disposal area. Recyclable materials shallbe separated and stored or stockpiled without intermixing with othersurplus materials before transporting to recycling facilities in accordancewith a recycling program consistent with the Project LEED CertificationProgram.27.
 
Contractor shall comply with all identified performance andspecification requirements to achieve LEED points toward the Silvercertification goal as indicated in the bid documents.28.
 
Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to avoid damage to allexisting and completed construction in place.29.
 
It is Contractor’s responsibility to read the Hazardous Materials SurveyReport for Georgetown Neighborhood Library, including the July 8
th
 2008 addendum.30.
 
Contractor shall submit bids detailing their proposed means, methodsand schedule for this scope of work.31.
 
Provide labor for incidental project clean-up32.
 
Provide miscellaneous temporary protection of existing conditionsduring construction as specifically specified herein and OSHA safetybarricades, rails and floor coverings, for this Work.33.
 
Engineering, site survey and layout for this Work including any fieldmeasuring.

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