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Bp-14 Unit Masonry and Stonework

Bp-14 Unit Masonry and Stonework

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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-14 UNIT MASONRY AND STONEWORK PACKAGE SCOPE OF WORK

DESIGNATED 50% CBE SUBCONTRACTING SET-ASIDE REQUIREMENT DEFINITION OF PROJECT AREA: The Scope of Work includes the unit masonry and stone work features at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library which is located at 3260 R Street, NW, Washington, DC. UNIT MASONRY AND STONE WORK PACKAGE Contractor shall be responsible for labor, material and equipment for all masonry and stone work at the site, interior and exterior of the Georgetown Neighborhood Library as indicated in bid documents (100% Final Construction Drawings and Specifications dated July 9, 2009). Available on CD. Work includes but is not limited to the following specification sections Division 1 – General Requirements Division 4 – Masonry 04810 Masonry Assemblies 04860 Stone Masonry Division 7 – Thermal and Moisture Protection 07920 Joint Sealants (As applicable for your work) 1. Furnish and install brick veneer similar to existing at locations indicated, including, but not limited to the south façade Lower Level, the handicapped ramp, retaining walls, trash shed and HVAC structure per details shown on AS-0.01 thru AS-0.03. Furnish and install bluestone cladding at exterior wall at garden. Furnish and install miscellaneous brick and concrete piers for site wrought iron fence work similar to existing. Include any and all concrete masonry unit partitions throughout the building. Furnish and install limestone copings, caps and sills. Furnish and install fieldstone veneer. Include grouted bond beams as indicated at door openings. Include required reinforcing steel, accessories and flashings. Caulking and sealing of control and expansion joints that fall within and adjacent to the masonry work. Anchors and ties as required for anchorage of masonry and stone to adjacent structure Install built in items furnished by others such as sleeves, bolts, inserts, access panels and miscellaneous metals. Expansion and control joints as required for your work including to adjacent materials.

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Furnish and install the cavity wall insulation as shown or required. Hoisting as required for this work. Provide any Independent Testing & Inspection Services required for this Work, including materials testing and inspections; During the period of this work, contractor agrees that all employees must be experienced in performing the work. Contractor shall remove and transport debris resulting from erection operations and materials to site disposal area. Recyclable materials shall be separated and stored or stockpiled without intermixing with other surplus materials before transporting to recycling facilities in accordance with a recycling program consistent with the Project LEED Certification Program. Contractor shall comply with all identified performance and specification requirements to achieve LEED points toward the Silver certification goal as indicated in the bid documents. Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to avoid damage to all existing and completed construction in place. It is Contractor’s responsibility to read the Hazardous Materials Survey Report for Georgetown Neighborhood Library, including the July 8th 2008 addendum. Contractor shall submit bids detailing their proposed means, methods and schedule for this scope of work. Provide labor for incidental project clean-up Provide miscellaneous temporary protection of existing conditions during construction as specifically specified herein and OSHA safety barricades, rails and floor coverings, for this Work. Engineering, site survey and layout for this Work including any required field measuring. Provide monthly Project construction progress documentation & photographs, including existing building pre-construction condition documentation. Contractor shall leave the workplace in a clean and presentable condition ready for subsequent trades and prepared for finishes as specified. Submittals will be required for approval prior to execution of the work.

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