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Sharp Grossmont Hospital

Bid Package No. 002


Central Energy Plant

La Mesa, California

PROJECT MANUAL VOLUME ONE


Bidding Documents and General Requirements
March 23, 2012

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Bidding Documents and General Requirements INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION NUMBER 00 01 10 TITLE TABLE OF CONTENTS

DIVISION 00 - BIDDING DOCUMENTS 00 21 00 00 21 13 00 21 14 00 21 15 00 31 21.13 00 31 25 00 31 26.23 00 31 32 00 41 00 00 43 15 00 45 20 00 45 47 00 45 48 00 45 49 00 45 50 00 46 10 00 46 20 00 47 10 00 47 20 00 47 30 00 47 40 00 47 50 00 55 00 00 55 10 00 63 46 00 63 63 INVITATION TO PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS EXTRACT OF PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT AWARD AWARD OF CONTRACT SITE SURVEY INFORMATION BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMPs) REQUIREMENTS EXISTING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES REFERENCE INFORMATION GEOTECHNICAL DATA BID FORM BID BOND INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN (IIPP) AND CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES (CSP) AFFIDAVIT FORM FALSE CLAIMS ACT CERTIFICATION CIVIL LITIGATION HISTORY FORM CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS FORM CONTRACTORS INDUSTRIAL SAFETY RECORD FORM PERFORMANCE BOND PAYMENT BOND CONTRACTOR'S CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE BUILDERS RISK INSURANCE EARTHQUAKE AND TIDAL WAVE INSURANCE POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE AGREEMENT TWO-STEP NOTICE TO PROCEED PROCEED ORDER FORM CHANGE ORDER FORM

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00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS

DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 01 11 00 01 14 00 01 20 00 01 31 00 01 32 00 01 33 00 01 33 10 01 41 00 01 42 00 01 45 00 01 45 23 01 52 00 01 57 10 01 57 11 01 57 12 01 57 13 01 60 00 01 66 00 01 71 23 01 73 29 01 74 10 01 74 20 01 77 00 01 78 80 01 91 13 Appendices: Appendix 1- Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents Appendix 2- 950 Ton Chiller Replacement drawings REFER TO VOLUME TWO, TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR CENTRAL ENERGY PLANT FOR ALL OTHER REMAINING SECTIONS. END OF SECTION
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SUMMARY OF WORK WORK RESTRICTIONS PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES METHOD OF PROCEDURE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS REFERENCES QUALITY CONTROL OFFICE OF STATEWIDE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT (OSHPD) TESTING, INSPECTING, AND OBSERVING REQUIREMENTS CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS INFECTION CONTROL INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROCEDURES PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS PRODUCT STORAGE AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS FIELD ENGINEERING CUTTING AND PATCHING CLEANING CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS RECYCLING CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS GENERAL COMMISSIONING REQUIREMENTS

SECTION 00 21 00 INVITATION TO PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS FOR Bid Package No. 002 Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Grossmont Healthcare District (Owner) invites and will receive sealed bids up to the hour of 3:00 p.m. local time on May 3, 2012 to construct the Central Energy Plant project (the Work) at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, 5555 Grossmont Center Drive, La Mesa, California 91942. Bids will be received only from Bidders who have been determined to be qualified pursuant to the Districts Request for Qualifications for the Central Energy Plant Construction Project dated April 21, 2011, and addenda if any. The Work is generally described in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF THE WORK, and more fully described in the Contract Documents. All Work under this Contract shall be completed within 947 calendar days from the date noted in Notice to Proceed #1, as described in Section 00 55 10, TWO STEP NOTICE TO PROCEED. At 3:00 p.m. on May 3, 2012, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at the office of the District, located at: 9001 Wakarusa Street La Mesa, California 91942 Telephone: (619) 825-5050 The amount of the base bids and alternates (if any) shall be made available after the opening of bids. The Contract Documents, as defined in the Agreement included within these Bid Documents as Section 00 55 00, AGREEMENT, describe the Districts requirements for the Work. Bids shall conform to and be responsive to the Contract Documents for the Work. Copies of the Contract Documents will be open to public inspection during business hours in the office of the District. The Contract Documents related to Bid Package 002 include, but are not limited to, Project Manual Volume 1, Bidding Documents and General Requirements, Volume 2, Technical Specifications for the Central Energy Plant, and Drawings for the Work. The Drawings include all of the Drawings in the Central Energy Plant project bid set, BID PACKAGE NO. 002- March 23, 2012, prepared by Syska Hennessy Group. The Specifications and Drawings are more fully described in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK. As a part of the new Central Energy Plant project, the Owner will furnish and the Contractor will install one (1) Solar Turbines Mercury 50 Combustion Turbine Generator (CTG) package which is described in Article 1.05 of Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK.
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Copies of the complete set of Bid Documents and the remaining Contract Documents, inclusive of the Drawings, Specifications, General Conditions, any Supplemental Conditions, and any Special Provisions, can be obtained from Reprohaus, 1400 L Street, San Diego, California 92101, (619) 234-4287. Complete sets of Bid Documents and the remaining Contract Documents shall be used in preparing bids; the Owner does not assume any responsibility for errors or misinterpretations resulting from the uses of incomplete sets of Bid Documents or relating to bids which do not conform to or are not responsive to the Contract Documents for the Work. A mandatory pre-bid meeting was conducted by the District at 8:00am on Friday, March 23, 2012. The meeting was held at the office of the District located at 9001 Wakarusa Street, La Mesa, California, 91942. A site visit may be conducted by District personnel following the prebid meeting. Bidders are required to provide their own transportation. All questions relative to this Work prior to the opening of bids shall be in writing and directed to Tim Meehan at timothy.meehan@parsons.com. Questions submitted ten working days or more before bid opening regarding the Work or Contract Documents will be answered by written addendum. All addenda will be issued at least five (5) working days before the date set for the opening of bids.

GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT

Dated: Barry Jantz, CEO

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CONTRACT DOCUMENTS a. The Contract Documents are described in the Agreement included within the Bid Documents as Section 00 55 00, AGREEMENT, and as further defined in Article 1-1 of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions. Unless otherwise stated, use of the term Section shall refer to the Specifications.

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QUALIFICATIONS OF BIDDERS AND SUBCONTRACTORS a. The Bidder and each listed Subcontractor must be authorized to conduct business in California and must have a valid California Contractors license, issued by the Contractors' State License Board, for the type of work proposed to be performed by the Bidder and each listed Subcontractor under the Contract. The required authorization and license(s) is required at time of bid in order to be considered a responsive bid. At the time of bid, the bidder must possess an active license classification of B, issued by the California Contractors State License Board. Bidders shall have a minimum of seven (7) years experience within the last ten (10) years working on California hospitals as a general contractor under OSHPD jurisdiction. Where the Bidder is a corporation or a partnership, the entity must demonstrate such required experience with the type of work required by the Contract Documents. In addition to Article 1.02, a. and b., the Specifications set forth required specialty licenses, experience requirements, and required certifications from manufacturers concerning approved installers. The apparent successful Bidder shall be required to demonstrate to the District's satisfaction within ten (10) calendar days of the bid opening that the Bidder and proposed Subcontractors (whether required to be listed or not) possess these specialty licenses, experience requirements, and required certifications.

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EXISTING CONDITIONS AND EXAMINATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND REFERENCED DOCUMENTS a. The Contract Documents contain the provisions required for construction of the Work. Information obtained from an officer, agent, or employee of the Owner or any other personnel shall not affect the risks or obligations assumed by the Contractor, or relieve him from fulfilling any of the conditions, duties, and obligations set forth in the Contract Documents. By submitting a bid, the Bidder
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represents that the Bidder has carefully examined the Contract Documents and the Site where the Work is to be performed and that the Bidder is familiar with all local conditions and federal, state and local laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations that may affect in any manner the performance of the Work. The Bidder further represents that the Bidder has studied all surveys and investigation reports listed in Article 1.28 about subsurface and latent physical conditions pertaining to the Job Site, that the Bidder has performed such additional surveys and investigations as the Bidder deems necessary to complete the Work for the bid price, and that the Bidder has correlated the results of all such data with the requirements of the Contract Documents. The submittal of a bid shall be conclusive evidence that (a) the Bidder has investigated and is satisfied as to the conditions to be encountered, including locality, uncertainty of weather and all other contingencies, and as to the character, quality, quantities, and scope of the Work, and (b) that the Contract Documents are sufficient in scope and detail to indicate and convey understanding of all terms and conditions for performance of the Work. In the event the Drawings and Specifications for the Work show subsurface conditions or other hidden conditions, such conditions shall be interpreted as conditions as they are supposed or believed by the Owner and/or Architect to exist; provided, however, that the conditions as shown thereon are not intended, and shall in no way be interpreted or inferred, as constituting a representation by Owner that such conditions are actually existent or that they actually exist as shown. Except as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents, the Owner, the Architect and their respective consultants shall not be liable for any loss sustained by the Contractor as a result of any variance between conditions as shown on the Drawings and Specifications and the actual conditions revealed during the progress of the Work or otherwise. Where the Owner or the Architect or their respective consultants have made investigations of subsurface or other conditions in areas where the Work is to be performed, such investigations were made only for the purpose of study and design. The conditions indicated by such investigations apply only at the specific location of each boring, excavation, or structural location at the time the borings, excavations, sample, tests, or other investigations were made. Where such investigations have been made, Bidders or Contractors may inspect the records as to such investigations subject to and upon the conditions hereinafter set forth. Such investigations and the records thereof are described in Article 1.28. The records of such investigations are not a part of the Contract Documents and are made available solely for the convenience of the Bidder or Contractor. It is expressly understood and agreed that the Owner, the Architect, and their respective consultants shall have no responsibility whatsoever in respect to the sufficiency or accuracy of the investigations, the records or logs thereof, for the interpretations set forth therein, or the use or interpretations made thereof by
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Owner, Architect or their respective consultants. Owner makes no warranty or guarantee, either express or implied, and nothing in the Contract Documents shall be construed as a warranty or guarantee by Owner, either express or implied, that the conditions indicated by such investigations or records thereof are representative of those existing throughout the Work site, or any part thereof, or that unlooked-for developments may not occur, or that materials other than, or in proportions, densities, or other characteristics different from, those indicated may not be encountered. When a log of test borings or other sample or test results showing a record of the data obtained by the investigation of subsurface or other conditions by the Owner, the Architect, or their respective consultants is included with the Drawings or other documents, it is expressly understood and agreed that said log of test borings does not constitute a part of the Contract Documents, represents only the opinion of the Owner or the Architect or their respective consultants as to the character of the materials encountered by them in the test borings or other structural locations, is included in the Drawings or other documents only for the convenience of Bidders, and its use is subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in this Article. The availability or use of information described in this Article is not to be construed in any way as a waiver of the provisions of the first paragraph in this Article and a Bidder or Contractor is cautioned to make such independent investigations and examination as such Bidder or Contractor deems necessary to be satisfied as to conditions to be encountered in the performance of the Work. No information derived from such inspection of records of investigations or compilation thereof made by the Owner, the Architect, or their respective consultants will in any way relieve the Bidder or Contractor from any risk or from properly fulfilling the terms of the Contract nor entitle the Contractor to any additional compensation or time for completion of the Contract. 1.04 INTERPRETATION OF CONTRACT DOCUMENTS a. If any person or entity contemplating submitting a bid for the proposed Contract is in doubt as to the true meaning of any part of the Drawings, Specifications, or other Contract Documents, or finds inconsistencies or discrepancies in, or finds errors in or omissions from the Drawings and Specifications or other Contract Documents, the Bidder shall submit to the Owner a written request for an interpretation or correction thereof. The person submitting the request will be responsible for its prompt delivery. An interpretation or correction of the Contract Documents will be made only by Addendum duly issued by the Owner. A copy of such Addendum will be mailed or delivered to each person or entity that has purchased and received a set of the Contract Documents available at the Owners offices, as provided in Section 00 21 00, INVITATION TO
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PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS. The Owner, the Architect, and their respective consultants will not be responsible to Bidders or potential Bidders for any other explanation or interpretation of the Contract Documents. b. Questions received less than ten (10) calendar days prior to the date for opening of bids will not be answered. Only questions answered by formal Addenda will be binding. Oral and other interpretations or clarifications will be without legal effect. Addenda issued before the date and time in which to submit bids expires, as specified in the INVITATION TO PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS, shall become a part of the Contract Documents for purposes of preparing complete and responsive bids.

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BID SUBMITTAL a. Each bid shall be submitted on the Bid Form furnished as part of the Bid Documents and must state the Contractor's applicable license classification, license number, license expiration date, name of license holder, and relationship to Bidder. USE THE BID DOCUMENTS PROVIDED FOR SUBMITTAL OF BID. Each bid shall be submitted in a sealed envelope plainly marked on the outside, SEALED BID FOR BID PACKAGE No. 002 DO NOT OPEN WITH REGULAR MAIL and delivered to the District at 9001 Wakarusa Street, La Mesa, California 91942 on or before the day and hour set for the opening of bids. Bids not marked as being received by District personnel on or before the day and hour of bid opening will be rejected. It is the responsibility of the Bidder to ensure that the bid is received by Owners personnel on or before the day and hour of bid opening, whether mailed, hand delivered, or otherwise. If the bid is sent through the mail or other delivery system, the sealed envelope shall be enclosed in a separate envelope with the notation BID ENCLOSED on the face thereof.

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BID GUARANTY a. Each bid must be accompanied by a Bid Guaranty in an amount not less than ten percent (10%) of the amount of the bid, in the form of cash, a cashier's check, a certified check, or a bidder's bond executed by an admitted surety insurer (as defined in California Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.120), and made payable to the order of or for the benefit of the Owner. If a bid bond is used for the Bid Guaranty, Bidder shall use the Bid Bond Form included in Section 00 43 15. Said cash, check, or bond shall be given as guarantee that the Bidder will enter into the Agreement with the Owner and furnish the required payment and performance bonds and insurance certificates and endorsements if the Award of Contract is made to such Bidder; and, in the case of the successful Bidders refusal or failure to enter into said Agreement, furnish the required bonds or substitutes, and furnish the required insurance certificates and endorsements
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within fourteen (14) calendar days of the Award of Contract, the Bid Guaranty shall be declared forfeited. The Bid Guaranty of unsuccessful Bidders will not be returned by the Owner. The Bid Guaranty shall be issued by a surety authorized to do business in California, and have an agent for service of process in California, have an A or better policyholders rating and a financial rating of at least Class VIII in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company, a combined rating of A:VIII. 1.07 BID FORM a. Each bid shall be submitted on the Bid Form furnished as a part of Section 00 41 00 of the Bid Documents. All bids shall be properly executed and all items shall be filled in. The bid price of each item shown on the Bid Form, including any additive alternatives, must be stated in words and numerals. Failure to provide prices for all bid items may result in a determination by District that the bid is nonresponsive. Erasures, interlineations, or other corrections shall be authenticated by affixing in the margin immediately opposite the correction the initials of a person signing the bid. Amounts written in longhand shall govern in case of discrepancy between the amounts stated in longhand and the amounts stated in numerals. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any and all irregularities or defects in any bid. Bids shall not contain any recapitulation of the Work to be done. Alternative bids or proposals will not be considered, except as called for. No oral, telegraphic, or telephonic bids or proposals or modifications thereof will be considered. The signatures of all persons signing the bid and the other forms and documents included in the Bid Documents shall be in longhand with the name of the person signing typed or printed beneath the signature. Bids by corporations must be executed in the corporate name by the President or a Vice-President (or other corporate officer accompanied by evidence of authority to sign) and the corporate seal must be affixed and attested by the secretary or an assistant secretary. The corporate address and state of incorporation shall be shown below the signature. Bids by partnership must be executed in the partnership name and signed by an authorized partner, whose title must appear under the signature and the official address of the partnership must be shown below the signature. e. The District may consider nonresponsive any bid not prepared and submitted in accordance with the provisions herein and, therefore, reserves the right to reject any or all such bids so submitted. The District also reserves the right to accept
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alternative bids when called for and when items are to be bid on as units, to accept the bid for the list of such items in its entirety, or to accept any portion or portions of same. f. No mention shall be made of sales tax or use tax, as all bid prices submitted will be considered as including such tax.

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BID WITHDRAWAL a. A Bidder may withdraw his bid by a signed written request received by District personnel at the location for submitting bids prior to the day and hour for receiving bids designated in Section 00 21 00, INVITATION TO PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS. Relief of Bidders shall be as provided in Section 5100-5108 of the California Public Contract Code. The withdrawal of a bid does not prejudice the right of a Bidder to submit a new bid so long as the new bid is delivered on or before the day and hour of bid opening specified in Section 00 21 00, INVITATION TO PREQUALIFIED BIDDERS.

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BIDDERS INTERESTED IN MORE THAN ONE BID a. No person, partnership, or corporation shall be allowed to make or file, or be interested in more than one bid for the Work, unless alternative bids are called for. A person, partnership, or corporation submitting a subproposal to a Bidder, or who has quoted prices on material to a Bidder, is not thereby disqualified from submitting a subproposal or quoting prices to other Bidders.

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SUBSTITUTE MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT a. The Contract, if awarded, will be on the basis of material and equipment described in the Drawings or specified in the Specifications unless the Bidder complied with the procedure for substitution of Equals as set forth in Article 1-5 of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions. If any proposed substitution of an Equal is determined by the District to not be an Equal, the Contractor must complete the Work in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications for the accepted bid amount.

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SUBCONTRACTORS a. In accordance with Sections 4100 through 4113 of the California Public Contract Code, Contractors shall list, on the Bid Form (Section 00 41 00, DESIGNATION OF SUBCONTRACTORS), the name, business location, and portion of the Work
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to be performed by each Subcontractor who will perform work, labor, or render service on the Work in excess of one-half of one percent (.5%) of the total bid. 1.12 PREVAILING WAGE a. The Work is a public work under California Public Contract Code Section 1101 and Labor Code Section 1720, and prevailing wages shall be paid to all workers employed on the Work pursuant to Labor Code Sections 1770 through 1781, and the hours of work for such workers shall be governed by Labor Code Sections 1810 through 1815. Under the provisions of the California Public Works Apprenticeship Standards, sections 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1777.7 of the Labor Code, a copy of the "Extract of Public Works Contract Award" is set forth in Section 00 21 14. This document will be filed by the District with the California Department of Industrial Relations at the time of the Award of Contract. The Board of Directors has obtained from the Director of the California Department of Industrial Relations a determination of the general prevailing rate of per diem wages and the general prevailing rate for legal holiday and overtime work in the locality in which said work is to be performed for each craft, classification, or type of worker needed. Not less than the determined rates shall be paid to all workers employed in the performance of the Work. Such rates of wages are on the file with the Department of Industrial Relations and in the office of the District and are available to any interested party upon request.

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GRATUITIES a. It is improper for any District officer, employee, or agent to solicit consideration, in any form, from a Bidder with the implication, suggestion, or statement that the Bidder's provision of the consideration may secure more favorable treatment for the Bidder in the award of the contract or that the Bidder's failure to provide such consideration may negatively affect the District's consideration of the Bidder's submission. A Bidder shall not offer or give, either directly or through an intermediary, consideration, in any form, to a District officer, employee, or agent for the purpose of securing favorable treatment with respect to the award of the Contract. A Bidder shall immediately report any attempt by a District officer, employee, or agent to solicit such improper consideration. The report shall be made to the District CEO at 619-825-5050. Among other items, such improper consideration may take the form of cash, discounts, and service, the provision of travel or entertainment, or tangible gifts.

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FALSE CLAIM ACT, CIVIL LITIGATION, CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS Bids must provide full disclosure of False Claim Act violations and civil/criminal legal actions as provided for on the bidding requirement forms (Section 00 45 47, False Claims Act Certification; Section 00 45 48, Civil Litigation History; and Section 00 45 49, Criminal Convictions). These disclosure forms must be completed, signed, and submitted as a part of the bid. Failure to complete and submit these forms may result in a determination that the Bidder is nonresponsive and/or not responsible.

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INTENTIONALLY DELETED INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN (IIPP) AND CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES (CSP) AFFIDAVIT Bidders shall execute and submit the INJURY and ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN (IIPP) AND CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES (CSP) affidavit in the forms set forth in Section 00 45 20 as a part of the bid. The affidavit requires that the Bidder shall have an IIPP and a CSP which complies with Cal/OSHA Regulations, and that all subcontractors supplying employees to the jobsite will be required to prove to the Contractor that they have an IIPP and a CSP which complies with Cal/OSHA Regulations, and that their jobsite employees have been trained on the application of the IIPP and CSP. Failure to submit this affidavit as required may result in a determination that the bid is nonresponsive.

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DETERMINATION OF BIDDER RESPONSIBILITY Pursuant to District Request for Qualifications Central Energy Plant issued April 15, 2011, prequalified Bidders have been determined to be qualified to bid on the Work and to be responsible Bidders, subject to any new information provided on the Bid Form. It is the Districts policy to conduct business only with responsible contractors.

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DEBARMENT By submission of a bid to Owner, the Bidder represents and warrants that the Bidder is not debarred from participating in any Work under District contracts or under the contracts of any other federal, state, or local agencies.

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BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICE (BMP) REQUIREMENTS a. The Work shall comply with Owners Best Management Practices and other requirements under its Program Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan adopted pursuant to Californias General Permit for Discharge of Storm Water Associated with Construction Activity, Construction General Permit Order 2009-0009DWQ, and with the requirements of the California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbook, as adopted at the time of the bid as the same concern the job
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site and/or Contractors activities to perform the Work. Specific requirements for conducting this portion of the Work are described in Section 00 31 25, Best Management Practices Requirements, and in Section 01 57 10, Temporary and Environmental Controls. Copies of the handbook are available at the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) website: http://www.cabmphandbooks.com. b. Contractor shall use Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling Best Management Practices as prescribed in Sections 00 31 25, Best Management Practices (BMPs) Requirements, and Section 01 74 20, Construction Demolition and Debris Recycling, including City of La Mesa Ordinance 14.27. 1.20 OPENING OF BIDS a. Bids shall be opened publicly, read aloud, and the amount of the base bids and alternates (if any) shall be made available for review by bidders after the opening of bids.

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AWARD OF CONTRACT OR REJECTION OF BIDS If the District determines to make an Award of Contract, it shall be awarded to the responsive and responsible Bidder with the lowest bid price using the Award of Contract form set forth in Section 00 21 15. If there are alternatives, the lowest bid price shall be determined by adding the lump sum bid and the price of all alternatives. By submitting a bid, Bidders and Contractors acknowledge that Owner may elect to include all, some, or none of the bid alternatives in the Work upon making an Award of Contract to the successful Bidder. The Owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to waive any irregularity in bids received. If, in the judgment of the Owner, a bid is unbalanced, or the bid is not responsive or if the Bidder is not responsible, it shall be considered sufficient grounds for rejection of the entire bid. The Owner shall have sixty (60) days after the opening of the bid within which to accept or reject any or all bids. No bid may be withdrawn by any Bidder during said period. The Owner will not return the Bid Guaranties to the respective Bidders whose bids they accompanied after the successful Bidder receiving the Award of Contract timely executes the Agreement and furnishes the required bonds or substitutes (as provided in Article 1.23) and insurance certificates and endorsements. Before Award of Contract, any Bidder shall furnish upon request a recent statement of the Bidders financial condition and previous construction experience or such other evidence of the Bidders qualifications as may be requested by the Owner. If a Bidder fails to furnish in a timely manner the information requested, it shall be considered sufficient grounds for rejection of such Bidder's entire bid.

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EXECUTION OF CONTRACT The form of Agreement, bonds, certificates of insurance, insurance endorsements, and other documents which the successful Bidder, as Contractor, will be required to execute are included as a part of the Bid Documents and comprise a part of the Contract Documents. The Agreement shall be signed by the successful Bidder, who shall provide Owner with the originals and fully executed bonds or substitutes (as provided in Article 1.23) and the required insurance certificates and insurance endorsements required by these Bid Documents, within fourteen (14) Calendar Days of Owners written Award of Contract to the successful Bidder. The Agreement, bonds (or documents substituting security, as provided in Article 1.23), insurance certificates, insurance endorsements, and other documents to be executed by the Contractor shall be executed in original-quadruplicate, one each of which shall be filed with the Owner, the Attorney for the Owner, and Architect.

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BONDS The successful Bidder, simultaneously with execution of the Agreement, shall either furnish a payment bond and a performance bond, each in an amount equal to one hundred percent (100%) of the bid price plus the bid price for all alternates elected by Owner to be made a part of the Work and the Contract, or furnish equivalent cash or securities in lieu of these bonds in accordance with Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.710. The Performance Bond shall be in the form set forth in Section 00 46 10, Performance Bond. The Payment Bond shall be in the form set forth in Section 00 46 20, Payment Bond. Payment and Performance Bonds shall be issued by such sureties authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have an A or better policyholders rating and a financial rating of at least Class VIII in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company, a combined rating of A:VIII. Alternative securities proposed by the Contractor shall be subject to review and approval by Owner. Contractor agrees to provide Owner with a deposit in a sum determined adequate by the Owner to cover all attorney's fees and all other fees, costs, and expenses incurred by the Owner in reviewing Contractor's request to use alternative securities in lieu of the required bonds and to prepare all agreements determined necessary by Owner to adequately protect Owner's interest. Performance and payment bonds shall be furnished by surety companies meeting the requirements of Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.660 and shall be effectuated on the forms furnished as part of the Bid Documents. Surety companies, to be acceptable to Owner, must meet all requirements of Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.660. If at any time a surety on any such bond fails to comply with Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.660, the Contractor shall, within ten (10) calendar days after notice from the Owner, substitute new payment and performance bonds with surety companies meeting

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all requirements of Code of Civil Procedure section 995.660. All premiums on these new bonds shall be paid solely by the Contractor. No further payments to Contractor for the Work shall be deemed due and shall not be made until the new surety or sureties have furnished new bonds to Owner meeting all requirements of Code of Civil Procedure section 995.660 and this Section. The Performance Bond and the Payment Bond, or alternative securities meeting the requirements of Code of Civil Procedure section 995.710 approved by the Owner, must remain in full effect throughout the period of the Work and for the one (1) year warranty period described in Article 3-12, ONE-YEAR WARRANTY OF WORK, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions. 1.24 INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS The successful Bidder, concurrent with the execution of the Agreement shall furnish the Owner with proof of full compliance with all insurance requirements as specified in Article 6, CONTRACTORS INSURANCE, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions and provide the fully executed certificates of insurance and insurance endorsements, the forms of which are included in Section 00 47 10: Workers Compensation Insurance, Section 00 47 20: Commercial General Liability and Automobile Insurance, Section 00 47 30: Builders Risk Insurance, Section 00 47 40: Earthquake and Tidal Wave Insurance, and Section 00 47 50: Pollution Liability Insurance. Bidders shall sign and submit the Completed Insurance Acknowledgement included in the Bid Form and the Contractors Certificate Regarding Workers Compensation included in Section 00 47 10 of the Bid Documents. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have an A or better policyholders rating and a financial rating of at least Class VIII in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company, a combined rating of A:VIII. Bidders who fail to comply with these insurance requirements may have their bid rejected as nonresponsive at the election of the Owner. 1.25 FAILURE TO EXECUTE AGREEMENT Failure by the successful Bidder to whom the Award of Contract is made to execute the Agreement and to furnish the required bonds (or substitute security as provided in Section 1.23), insurance certificates and insurance endorsements as provided in Article 1.24, shall be just cause for Owner to annul the Award of Contract to such Bidder and, as provided in Article 1.06 of these Instructions to Bidders, to declare the forfeiture of such Bidders Bid Guaranty. In addition, in the event the successful Bidder who receives the Award of Contract fails to timely execute the Agreement or to furnish the required bonds or substitute security, as provided in Article 1.23, the insurance certificates and the insurance endorsements, such Bidder shall be liable to the Owner for all damages incurred by Owner and recoverable at law resulting there from. The forfeiture of the
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Bidders Bid Guaranty shall not be a limitation on the amount or type of damages Owner may recover in such event. 1.26 CONTRACT TIME Contract Time is defined in Article 1-1(p), DEFINITIONS, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions. It is the number of days within which, or the date by which, Contract Completion is achieved. The Contract Time is set forth in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK. By submitting a bid, each Bidder agrees that the Contract Time is reasonable and the Bidder is capable of performing all Work within the Contract Time for the bid price plus the price for any alternatives elected by the Owner to be made a part of the Work and the Contract. 1.27 LIQUIDATED DAMAGES Provisions for liquidated damages are set forth in Article 4-4, TIME FOR COMPLETION AND FORFEITURE DUE TO DELAY, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions, and in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK. 1.28 REFERENCE INFORMATION Bidders acknowledge they have received and reviewed the following reference documents: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. SECTION 00 31 21.13, SITE SURVEY INFORMATION; SECTION 00 31 26.23, EXISTING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES REFERENCE INFORMATION; SECTION 00 31 32, GEOTECHNICAL DATA. Level 1 Environmental Review Report, dated June 10, 2011 City of La Mesa Land Use and Zoning Approvals: a. Certification of Design Review Board Action, DRB 10-01, dated May 2, 2011 b. Certification of Development Advisory Board, DAB 10-01 & SP10-02, dated March 21, 2011 c. Planning Commission Resolution PC-2011-07, dated June 1, 2011 Final Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Grossmont Hospital Proposition G Hospital Improvement Projects SCH No. 20011021003, dated April 1, 2011 General Construction Activity Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Grossmont Healthcare District Proposition G Grossmont Hospital Improvement Projects, dated August 18, 2011.

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Reference Documents are available on the District website at address: http://icboc.gafcon.net/bidding/Bid%20Package%20No%20002/Forms/AllItems.aspx

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SECTION 00 21 14 EXTRACT OF PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACT AWARD STATE OF CALIFORNIA -- DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DIVISION OF APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS 1.01 REQUIREMENT Labor Code, Division 2, Part 7, Chapter 1, Article 2, Section 1777.3 states: "An awarding agency whose public works contract falls within the jurisdiction of Section 1777.5 shall, within five days of the award, send a copy of the award to the Division of Apprenticeship Standards. When specifically requested by a local joint apprenticeship committee, the division shall notify the local joint apprenticeship committee regarding all such awards applicable to the joint apprenticeship committee making the request. Within five days of a finding of any discrepancy regarding the ratio of apprentices to journeymen, pursuant to the certificated fixed number of apprentices to journeymen, the awarding agency shall notify the Division of Apprenticeship Standards." (Added by Stats., 1978, Ch. 1249.) Submission of the "Extract of Public Works Contract Award" (see reverse side of this Notice) will satisfy the above-noted requirement.

1.02

NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT TO THE DIVISION OF APPRENTICESHIP STANDARDS

Within 5 days of Award of Contract Owner shall complete form PWC 100. The completion and submission of this form fulfills the required public works project award notification to both the Division of Apprenticeship Standards [Labor Code sec. 1773.3 (replacing former DAS-13 notification)] and the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement Public Works Compliance Monitoring Unit [8 Cal. Code Reg. sec. 16451(a)]. The form will be submitted electronically completed and submitted electronically using the Department of Industrial Relations website whose address is: https://www.dir.ca.gov/PWC100/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fpwc100%2fdefault.aspx 1.03 FURTHER REFERENCES

Also note Labor Code Sections 1776(g), 1777.5 and 1777.7.

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SECTION 00 21 15 AWARD OF CONTRACT To: Project Description: Central Energy Plant The GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT (herein called the Owner) has considered the Bid submitted by you for the above-described Work in response to its Invitation to Bidders dated April 21, 2011, and Bid Documents. You are hereby notified that, in the discretion of the Owner, your Bid has been accepted in the amount of $ and the Extract of Public Works Contract Award has been forwarded to the California Department of Industrial Relations. You are required pursuant to the General Conditions of the Contract Documents to execute the Agreement and furnish the required Contractor's Labor and Material Payment Bond and Contract Performance Bond (collectively the Bonds), or furnish equivalent cash or securities in lieu of the Bonds as provided in Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.710 (the Bond Equivalent), and the required Certificates of Insurance and Insurance Endorsements within fourteen (14) Calendar Days from the date of this Notice. If you fail to execute said Agreement and to furnish said Bonds or the Bond Equivalent, Insurance Certificates, and Insurance Endorsements within fourteen (14) Calendar Days from the date of this Notice, Owner will be entitled to declare your rights arising out of the Owner's acceptance of your Bid as abandoned and your Bid Guaranty forfeited, as damages caused by such failure; and, Owner will be entitled to thereupon award the Contract to perform the Work to another Bidder or may call for new bids, in its sole and exclusive discretion. The Owner will be entitled to such other rights as provided in these Bid Documents or as may be granted by law. You are required to return an acknowledged copy of this Notice of Award to the Owner. Dated this day of . GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT By: Barry Jantz, CEO ACCEPTANCE OF NOTICE Receipt of the above Notice of Award is hereby acknowledged by day of , 20 . Contractor By: Title: , this

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SECTION 00 31 21.13 SITE SURVEY INFORMATION PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SITE SURVEY MAP A. The following is available for review as a reference: 1. Title: Grossmont Hospital Diagnostic and Treatment Center Boundary and Topographic Survey November 3, 2008 (updated through March 29, 2010). Burkett & Wong Engineers 3434 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92103-4341 Telephone: (619) 299-5550

2. 3.

Dated: Author:

4.

Availability: At the office of the Owner by written request to the Program Manager or on the Owners website at: http://icboc.gafcon.net/bidding/Bid%20Package%20No%20002/Forms/AllItems.aspx

B. 1.02

The site survey map is not a part of the Contract Documents; it is made available for information only.

OWNER'S AND ARCHITECT'S DISCLAIMER A. The Owner and the Architect assume no responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the survey map. The survey map was for the purpose of study and design, and there is no express or implied guarantee that the conditions indicated are representative of those existing throughout the site; conditions differing substantially from those indicated will be encountered.

1.03

DIFFERING CONDITIONS A. Ongoing and concurrent projects adjacent to the new Central Energy Plant project have changed conditions from those indicated on the March 29, 2010, Grossmont Hospital Diagnostic and Treatment Center Boundary and Topographic Survey. The Contractor shall thoroughly investigate the Work Site and, to the extent such changed conditions may affect the cost of performing the Work, include such costs in its Lump Sum Bid. The Contractor shall not later be entitled to any increase in the Compensation Due Contractor over its Lump Sum Bid due to any such changed conditions.

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SECTION 00 31 25 BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMPs) REQUIREMENTS A. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan The Owner has prepared a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for the Grossmont Hospital Proposition G Hospital Improvement Projects and obtained permit coverage under the California General Permit for Discharge of Storm Water Associated with Construction Activity, Construction General Permit Order 20090009DWQ; and, the SWPPP meets the storm water management requirements of City of La Mesa Municipal Code Section7.18 entitled, Storm Water Management and Discharge Control. Said Grossmont Hospital Proposition G Hospital Improvement Projects include the Work described in the Contract Documents for the construction of a new Central Energy Plant and other projects such as the construction of the Diagnostic and Treatment Building. Contractor shall be responsible for implementing those portions of the Owners SWPPP including Best Management Practices, monitoring and other requirements described therein and the applicable requirements of the City of La Mesas Municipal Code 7.18, to the extent Contractors Work activities, the area on which such Work activities are performed, and/or parking and staging areas are covered by such SWPPP and/or Municipal Code 7.18. The successful Bidder shall coordinate in good faith with Owners other contractors constructing other projects as a part of the Grossmont Hospital Proposition G Hospital Improvement Projects and implementing the SWPPP and Municipal Code 7.18 relating to such projects, to ensure that the SWPPP, as a whole, and Municipal Code 7.18 are fully complied with. In addition, the successful Bidder will coordinate with Owners Storm Water Consultant, who shall be authorized to serve as Owners SWPPP program manager to ensure overall compliance with the SWPPP and Municipal Code 7.18. In the event of a violation of the Owners storm water permit, the SWPPP, or Municipal Code 7.18, the Owner, as the permittee, owner of the land, and the contracting agency, may be subject to enforcement actions by the State Water Resources Control Board, the Regional Water Quality Control Board, the City of La Mesa, private citizen suits, and by others. The successful Bidder shall be responsible for indemnifying and holding Owner harmless from and against any fines or penalties, losses or liabilities; incurred by Owner to the extent the same arise out of a violation of the aforementioned storm water requirements caused by Contractor. In addition, Owner shall be entitled to assess the Contractor a penalty of $1,000 for each calendar day that the Contractor has violated or not fully complied with the BMPs and other requirements of the SWPPP and Municipal Code 7.18, regarding which it is obligated to implement. The District will deduct from payments due Contractor, the total amount of any fines or penalties levied on the District, the sum of any other losses or liabilities incurred by District, plus any penalties assessed by Owner, as a result of the Contractors lack of compliance with its obligations under the SWPPP and Municipal Code 7.18.
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B. Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling Contractor is required to reduce, reuse, and/or recycle to the maximum extent feasible, the construction and demolition debris (debris) generated by the projects thereby diverting the debris from disposal facilities, saving landfill space, and conserving virgin materials and natural resources and to comply with the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 (Public Resources Code Section 40000 et seq.) and the City of La Mesa Ordinance No. 14.27, as described in Section 01 74 20, Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling. In performing the requirements of these Specifications, the Contractor and subcontractors shall comply with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, Public Resources Code Section 40000 et seq., California Code of Regulations, Title 14, Articles 5.9 and 5.95, and City of La Mesa Ordinance No. 14.27. Full compensation for the implementation of this Section 00 31 25, including the construction, removal, and the furnishing of all necessary labor, equipment, and materials, shall be considered as included in the lump sum bid price. The price for the implementation of this Section 00 31 25, which is included in the lump sum bid for the Work, will be: ($________________________) Price for Section 00 31 25in figures (_______________________________________________________________) Price for Section 00 31 25 in words Section 00 31 25 shall be implemented according to Sections 01 11 00, Summary of Work, 01 57 10, Temporary and Environmental Controls, and 01 74 20, Construction and Demolition Debris Recycling, of the Specifications. Submit this Form with the Bid.

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SECTION 00 31 32 GEOTECHNICAL DATA PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 GEOTECHNICAL AND SOILS REPORT A. The following geotechnical and soils report, prepared for this Project, is available for review as a reference: 1. Title: Report of Geotechnical Investigation Proposed Central Energy Plant 5555 Grossmont Center Drive La Mesa, California Reference: MACTEC Project 5014-09-0016 January 19, 2010 MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc. 9177 Skypark Court San Diego, CA 92123 Telephone: (858) 278-3600

2. 3.

Dated: Author:

4.

Availability: At the office of the Owner by written request to the Program Manager or on the Owners website at: http://icboc.gafcon.net/bidding/Bid%20Package%20No%20002/Forms/AllItems.aspx

B. 1.02

The geotechnical and soils report is not a part of the Contract Documents; it is made available for information only.

OWNER'S AND ARCHITECT'S DISCLAIMER A. The Owner and the Architect assume no responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the geotechnical and soils investigations, the records compiled therefrom, or the interpretations contained in the subsequent report. The geotechnical and soils investigations were performed for the purposes of study and design, and there is no express or implied guarantee that the conditions indicated in the report are representative of those existing throughout the Site; conditions differing substantially from those indicated may be encountered.

1.03

DIFFERENT CONDITIONS A. If, during the course of construction operations, conditions differing substantially from those indicated in the geotechnical and soils report are encountered, promptly notify the Owner and the Architect in writing, and do not disturb such conditions until directed. The Owner will promptly initiate investigation of such conditions, and, if the Owner determines that the conditions do differ substantially from those that reasonably would have been anticipated from examination of the Site, and that such conditions will necessitate a change in the Work and/or adjustment of the cost and/or time for performing the Work, the Owner will authorize a Change Order, as provided in SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS" and applicable SECTIONS of DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS, to provide for the changes and adjustments.

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SECTION 00 41 00 BID FORM PROPOSAL TO GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA FOR Central Energy Plant

Name of Bidder: Business Address: Phone No.: License Classification: License No.: TO THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Pursuant to and in compliance with your INVITATION TO QUALIFIED BIDDERS and the other documents relating thereto, the undersigned Bidder (a) being fully familiar with the terms of the Contract Documents, local conditions and the federal, state, and local laws, that may in any manner affect the performance of the Work, the cost, character, quality, quantities, progress, and scope of the Work, and (b) having carefully correlated Bidders observations and investigation of Job Site conditions with the Contract Documents, hereby proposes and agrees to perform the Work as described, and within the Contract Time stipulated, in the Contract Documents, including all of its component parts and everything required to be performed, and to furnish any and all of the labor, material, tools, equipment, transportation, services, bailments, permits, utilities, applicable local, state, and/or federal taxes, fees, patent rights, and/or royalties, all of the work required in connection with the construction of said Work, and all other items necessary to perform and timely complete the Work in a workmanlike manner, all in strict conformity with the Drawings and Specifications and other Contract Documents, including Addenda Nos. _____, _____, _____, and _____, for the prices hereinafter set forth. The undersigned Bidder, declares that the only persons or parties interested in this bid as principals are those named herein; that this bid is made without collusion with any person, firm, or corporation; and the undersigned Bidder proposes and agrees, if the bid is accepted, that the undersigned Bidder will execute the Agreement with the Owner in the form set forth in the Bid Documents (Section 00 55 00) and that the undersigned Bidder will accept, in full payment thereof, the prices as set forth in this Bid. The submission of this bid constitutes an incontrovertible representation by Bidder that Bidder has complied with every requirement of the Bid Documents and that the Contract Documents are sufficient in scope and detail to indicate and convey a complete understanding of all terms and conditions for performance of the Work. The undersigned proposes to furnish all materials, labor, equipment, bailing, transportation,
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shoring, removal, overhead, profit, insurance, incidentals and one year Warranty required for the construction to complete the Central Energy Plant for the Grossmont Healthcare District in accordance with the Contract Documents, including addenda thereto, if any, on file in the office of the Grossmont Healthcare District, for the compensation set forth below: A. LUMP SUM BID (Central Energy Plant):

The lump sum bid for the Work, as set forth in the Contract Documents and any addenda thereto, including Best Management Practices (BMP) and construction of the Central Energy Plant project: ($_________________________) Lump sum bid in figures (_________________________________________________________________) Lump sum bid in words B. BREAKDOWN OF LUMP SUM BID: 1. CENTRAL ENERGY PLANT: a. Itemized Breakdown of Bid in CSI Divisional format (in figures):
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1) 01 00 00 General Requirements 2) 01 32 00 Construction Schedule (1% of Total Amount) 3) 015713 EROSION CONTROL 4) 01 91 13 COMMISSIONING 5) 024113 SITE CLEARING AND DEMOLITION 6) 031000 CONCRETE FORMING AND ACCESSORIES 7) 032000 CONCRETE REINFORCING 8) 033000 CAST-IN-PLACE CONCRETE 9) 051200 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING 10) 053100 STEEL DECKING 11) 054000 COLD/FORMED METAL FRAMING 12) 055000 METAL FABRICATIONS 13) 057400 REMOVABLE BOLLARDS 14) 061000 ROUGH CARPENTRY 15) 064000 ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK 16) 071353 ELASTOMERIC SHEET WATERPROOFING 17) 071613 POLYMER MODIFIED CEMENT WATERPROOFING 18) 071700 BENTONITE WATERPROOFING 19) 074213 METAL ROOF/WALL PANELS 20) 075410 TPO MEMBRANE ROOFING 21) 076000 FLASHING AND SHEET METAL 22) 078100 APPLIED FIREPROOFING March 23, 2012

23) 078400 FIRESTOPPING 24) 078443 FIRE-RESISTANT JOINT SYSTEMS 25) 079000 JOINT PROTECTION 26) 079513 EXPANSION JOINT COVER ASSEMBLIES 27) 081113 HOLLOW METAL DOORS AND FRAMES 28) 083323.10 OVERHEAD COILING DOORS 29) 084400 ALUMINUM CURTAIN WALLS, WINDOWS. 30) 087100 DOOR HARDWARE 31) 088000 GLAZING 32) 089100 LOUVERS 33) 092200 GYPSUM BOARD SUPPORTS 34) 092400 PORTLAND CEMENT PLASTERING 35) 092900 GYPSUM BOARD 36) 093000 TILING 37) 095100 ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS 38) 096150 CONCRETE FLOOR TREATMENT 39) 096500 RESILIENT FLOORING 40) 099000 PAINTING 41) 101400 SIGNAGE 42) 102813 TOILET ACCESSORIES 43) 104400 FIRE PROTECTION SPECIALTIES 44) 105126 PLASTIC LOCKERS 45) 108200 TREILLAGE 47) 210548 VIBRATION FIRE SUPPRESSION PIPING 48) 211313 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS 49) 220500 GENERAL PLUMBING/FIRE PROTECTION 50) 220523 GENERAL-DUTY VALVES FOR PLUMBING PIPING 51) 220548 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC FOR PLUMBING 52) 220700 PLUMBING INSULATION 53) 221116 DOMESTIC WATER PIPING 54) 221119 DOMESTIC WATER PIPING SPECIALTIES 55) 221316 SANITARY WASTE AND VENT PIPING 56) 221319 SANITARY WASTE PIPING SPECIALTIES 57) 221323 SANITARY WASTE INTERCEPTORS 58) 221413 FACILITY STORM DRAINAGE PIPING 59) 221423 STORM DRAINAGE PIPING SPECIALTIES 60) 223100 PACKAGED WATER SOFTENER 61) 223300 ELECTRIC DOMESTIC WATER HEATERS 62) 224000 PLUMBING FIXTURES 63) 224500 EMERGENCY PLUMBING FIXTURES 64) 225000 FACILITY FUEL/OIL PIPING AND STORAGE TANKS 65) 226113 COMPRESSED/AIR PIPING . 66) 226119 COMPRESSED/AIR EQUIPMENT . March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT BID FORM 00 41 00 - 3

($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) VOLUME 1

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67) 226213 VACUUM PIPING FOR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES 68) 226219 VACUUM EQUIPMENT . 69) 226313 GAS PIPING FOR HEALTHCARE FACILITIES 70) 230500 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR HVAC 71) 230513 COMMON MOTOR REQUIREMENTS .. 72) 230516 EXPANSION FITTINGS AND LOOPS .. 73) 230523 GENERAL DUTY VALVES FOR HVAC PIPING 74) 230529 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS .. 75) 230548 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC CONTROLS .. 76) 230553 IDENTIFICATION FOR HVAC PIPING .. 77) 230593 TESTING, ADJUSTING, AND BALANCING FOR HVAC 78) 230700 HVAC INSULATION 79) 230920 REFRIGERANT DETECTION AND ALARM 80) 231110 GENERAL SERVICES PIPING 81) 231112 HIGH PRESSURE FUEL GAS PIPING 82) 231114 HIGH PRESSURE STEAM AND BFW PIPING 83) 231115 LOW PRESSURE STEAM AND CONDENSATE PIPING 84) 231116 HPS SAMPLE AND CHEMICAL FEED PIPING 85) 231117 COMPRESSED AIR PIPING 86) 231118 LUBE OIL PIPING 87) 231119 FUEL OIL PIPING 88) 231120 CHILLED WATER PIPING 89) 231121 CONDENSER WATER PIPING 90) 231124 BRINE PIPING 91) 232114 HYDRONIC SPECIALTIES 92) 232115 PRESSURE TESTING OF PIPING ASSEMBLIES 93) 232123 HYDRONIC PUMPS 94) 232223 CONDENSATE STORAGE TANK 95) 232500 HVAC WATER TREATMENT 96) 233113 METAL DUCTS 97) 233300 AIR DUCT ACCESSORIES 98) 233416 CENTRIFUGAL HVAC FANS 99) 233713 DIFFUSERS, REGISTERS, AND GRILLES 100) 235100 BREECHING CHIMNEYS AND STACKS 101) 235235 HEAT RECOVERY STEAM GENERATOR 102) 235239 FIRE/TUBE BOILERS 103) 235316 PACKAGED TRAY TYPE DEAERATOR 104) 235350 INTERMITTENT BLOWDOWN TANK 105) 235351 BLOWDOWN HEAT RECOVERY UNIT 106) 236119 INDUSTRIAL AIR COMPRESSOR PACKAGE 107) 236416 CENTRIFUGAL WATER CHILLERS 108) 236500 COOLING TOWERS 109) 237313 MODULAR CENTRAL--STATION AHUs 110) 260500 COMMON WORK RESULTS FOR ELECTRICAL March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT BID FORM 00 41 00 - 4

($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) VOLUME 1

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111) 260513 MEDIUM-VOLTAGE CABLES

($_________________)

112) 260519 LOW-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL POWER CONDUCTORS ($_________________) 113) 260523 CONTROL-VOLTAGE ELECTRICAL POWER CABLES ($_________________) 114) 260526 GROUNDING AND BONDING FOR ELECTRICAL.. 115) 260529 HANGERS AND SUPPORTS FOR ELECTRICAL.. 116) 260533 RACEWAYS AND BOXES FOR ELECTRICAL.. 117) 260536 CABLE TRAYS FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 118) 260543 UNDERGROUND DUCTS AND RACEWAYS .. 119) 260548 VIBRATION AND SEISMIC CONTROLS .. 120) 260553 IDENTIFICATION FOR ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 121) 260573 OVERCURRENT .. COORDINATION STUDY 123) 260923 LIGHTING CONTROL DEVICES 124) 261116 SECONDARY UNIT SUBSTATIONS 125) 261300 MEDUIM VOLTAGE METAL-CLAD SWITCHGEAR 126) 261400 MEDIUM VOLTAGE LOADBREAK SWITCHES 127) 262200 LOW-VOLTAGE TRANSFORMERS 128) 262300 LOW-VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR 129) 262313 PARALLELING MEDIUM VOLTAGE SWITCHGEAR 130) 262413 SWITCHBOARDS 131) 262416 PANELBOARDS 132) 262419 MOTOR-CONTROL CENTERS 133) 262713 ELECTRICITY METERING 134) 262726 WIRING DEVICES 135) 262813 FUSES 136) 262816 ENCLOSED SWITCHES AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS 137) 262913 ENCLOSED CONTROLLERS 138) 262923 VARIABLE FREQUENCY MOTOR CONTROLLERS 139) 263213 PACKAGED ENGINE GENERATORS 140) 263214 COMBUSTION TURBINE GENERATOR 141) 263353A UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY 143) 263600 AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCHES 144) 265100 INTERIOR LIGHTING 145) 265600 EXTERIOR LIGHTING 146) 283111 DIGITAL, ADDRESSABLE FIRE-ALARM SYSTEM 147) 312000 EARTHWORK 148) 312319 DEWATERING 149) 312333 TRENCHING AND BACKFILLING 150) 320533 LANSCAPE ESTABLISHMENT 151) 321100 BASE COURSE 152) 321200 BITUMINOUS CONCRETE PAVEMENT 153) 321600 CONCRETE CURBS AND GUTTERS 154) 321723 PAVEMENT MARKING March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT BID FORM 00 41 00 - 5 BID PACKAGE No. 002 ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) VOLUME 1

122) 260800 ACCEPTANCE TESTING OF ELECTRICAL POWER.. ($_________________)

142) 263400 GENERATOR SYNCHRONIZING CONTROL SYSTEM ($_________________)

155) 323113 CHAIN LINK FENCES AND GATES 156) 328423 LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION 157) 329316 EXTERIOR PLANTING 158) 331000 WATER DISTRIBUTION 159) 333000 SANITARY SEWERAGE 160) 334000 STORM DRAINAGE 161) 409000 CEP CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION.. 162) 409400 CEP (SCADA) SYSTEMS 163) Contractor Insurance 164) 165) 166) 167) Contractor Overhead Contractor Fee (list % here ________%) Performance Bond Payment Bond (_______%) (_______%)

($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________) ($_________________)

168) Total Must Equal Part A, LUMP SUM BID

C.

UNIT PRICES

The Grossmont Healthcare District will determine the low Bidder on the basis of the sum of the Lump Sum Bid plus all Unit Prices multiplied by their respective Estimated Quantities as stated in the Bid Form, if any, plus the Daily Rate for Compensable Delay multiplied by the stated multiplier. 1) Cost per cubic yard, which is a total inclusive price for excavating, handling, breaking, loading, chemical expanding treatment, hauling and lawful disposal of all rock, bedrock, boulders and/or concrete debris material (including imbedded reinforcing steel or any other material) in excess of 23 inches measured in any direction. Price includes all labor for supervision, operators, and contractor overhead and profit. Blasting is not allowed due to the proximity of hospital facility improvements. Reference Specification Section 312000, Article 3.3.D for allowable methods. ($_____________) times Multiplier of 1,000 cubic yards = ______________ For District Use Only Unit Price Bid in figures (_____________________________________________________________) Unit Price Bid in words NOTE: The bidder shall enter the cost per cubic yard only; and, the District will apply the Multiplier. 2) Cost per cubic yard, which is a total inclusive price for disposal of debris which is unsuitable for compaction or reuse on the site after the material has been sifted and/or screened in compliance with Specification Section 31 20 00, Earthwork. This Unit Cost is not applicable for soil and/or rock removal (outside of the specific category of material specified herein) which is required for removal of material from the site as determined by the net export
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required to meet the specified grades and limits of excavation. Price shall include all labor for supervision, operators, and contractor overhead and profit. ($_________________) times Multiplier of 500 cubic yards =___________ For District Use Only Unit Price Bid in figures (_____________________________________________________________) Unit Price Bid in words NOTE: The bidder shall enter the cost per cubic yard only; and, the District will apply the Multiplier. D. DAILY RATE FOR COMPENSABLE DELAY 3) Bidder shall determine and provide below the Daily Rate of compensation for any Compensable Delay, as defined in Article 4-5 of Section 00 72 00, for delay of Contract Completion caused by the District. The Daily Rate shall be the total amount of Contractor entitlement for each day of Compensable Delay caused by the District at any time during the performance of the Work and shall constitute payment in full for all delay costs, direct and indirect (including without limitation, compensation for all extended home office overhead and extended General Conditions), of the Contractor and all subcontractors, suppliers, persons, and entities under or claiming through the Contractor on the Project. The number of days of Compensable Delay shown as a multiplier" below is not intended as an estimate of the number of days of Compensable Delay anticipated by the District. The District will pay the daily rate of compensation only for the actual number of days of Compensable Delay, as defined in the General Conditions; the actual number of days of Compensable Delay may be greater or lesser than the multiplier shown below. The Minimum Compensable Daily Rate is $1.00 per day. Failure to provide a dollar figure for the Daily Rate for Compensable Delay at or greater than the Minimum Compensable Daily Rate shall render the bid nonresponsive. ($_________________) times Multiplier (90) = Daily Rate Bid in figures ____________________
For District Use Only

(_____________________________________________________________) Daily Rate Bid in words NOTE: The bidder shall enter the daily rate for only a single day of Compensable Delay; and, the District will apply the Multiplier. E. DETERMINATION OF LOW BID

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The District will determine the low Bid on the basis of the sum of the LUMP SUM BID plus all Unit Price Bids, as multiplied by their respective Multipliers by District as stated in paragraphs C-1 and C-2 above, and plus the Daily Rate Bid for Compensable Delay, as multiplied by the Multiplier by District as stated in paragraph D above. This can be stated as: Bid = (LUMP SUM BID) + (Unit Price Bids x Multipliers) + (Daily Rate Bid x Multiplier). F. ADDITIVE ALTERNATES 1) None G. NOTES: 1) Any alteration or addition to the Bid Form may invalidate same. All blank spaces shall be filled out completely. Line out non-applicable blanks. An incomplete form may invalidate Bid. The District reserves the right to waive any informality or to reject any or all Bids or to accept any alternatives when called for. 2) Part B Breakdown of Lump Sum Bid may be submitted no later than 24 hours after the receipt of Lump Sum Bids. I (We) certify that on _________, 20____, License No. ___________, license classification(s) _________________________, was issued to me (us), in the name of ___________________________, by the Contractors' State License Board, pursuant to California Statutes of 1929, as amended, and that said license has not been revoked. Date signed _____________, 20_____ Place __________________________ City and State Bidder's address and telephone: _______________________________ Number and Street _______________________________ City and State _______________________________ Telephone _______________________________ Fax Respectfully submitted, _________________________________ Firm Name (if applicable)

_________________________________ Signature _________________________________ Title _________________________________ Signature _________________________________ Title

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DESIGNATION OF SUBCONTRACTORS

In compliance with the provisions of Section 4100-4114 of the Public Contract Code of the State of California, and any amendments thereof, each Bidder shall set forth below, the name and location of the mill, shop or office of each Subcontractor who will perform work or labor, or render service to the Contractor in an amount in excess of one-half of one percent (.5%) of the total Bid, and the portion of the Work which will be done by each Subcontractor. If the Bidder fails to specify a Subcontractor for any portion of the Work in excess of one-half of one percent (.5%) of the total Bid to be performed under the Contract, he shall be deemed to have agreed to perform such portion himself, and he shall not be permitted to subcontract that portion of the Work except under conditions permitted by law. Subletting or subcontracting any portion of the Work as to which no Subcontractor was designated in the original Bid shall only be permitted in case of public emergency or necessity, or otherwise permitted by law, and then only after a finding reduced to writing as a public record of the Owner. Portion of Work To Be Done Name of Subcontractor

Trade

Address

Use additional pages if required

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LISTING OF SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT The Bidder desires to use the material, product, thing, or service described below, as an equal to such items as specified. The Bidder shall submit this completed sheet with his Bid listing the manufacturers of materials he intends to use. It shall be understood that where the Contractor elects to not use the material manufacturers called for in the Specifications, he will substitute only items of equal quality, durability, functional character, and efficiency as determined by the sole discretion of the Owner. The Contractor should ascertain from the Owner prior to bidding the acceptability of substitutes. Only one manufacturer shall be listed for each item. All substantiating data and test results shall be submitted to the District no later than twenty (20) calendar days after bid opening but prior to Award of Contract. Item or Material (and Description) Manufacturer

Substitutions of manufacturers from those listed above shall be allowed only if requested in accordance with Article 1-5, SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, THINGS, SERVICES, OR PRODUCTS AS EQUAL TO SPECIFIED Items, of the General Conditions. Should a substitution be allowed, there will be no increase in the amount of the Bid Price originally submitted or in the time for completion of the Work as specified in the Contract Documents.

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LISTING OF REQUIRED SEISMIC CERTIFICATION AFFIDAVITS Seismic certification of architectural, mechanical, and electrical components, supports, and attachments, shall be obtained by Contractor pursuant to Section 13.2.1.2 of ASCE/SEI 7-05, OSHPD Code Application Notice (CAN) 2-1798A.5 and Section 01 41 00, REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS. The Bidder shall submit this completed sheet with his Bid, listing the manufacturers of materials, equipment or any other item which require Seismic Certification for which no Seismic Certification is available at the time of the bid. Where seismic certification is not available at the time of bid, the Contractor shall obtain an affidavit from the subcontractor, vender or supplier stating that the non-certified item is designed and built to meet the requirements stated in (CAN) 2-1708A.5 and that it assumes full responsibility for obtaining such Seismic Certification. Contractor shall include all costs, including testing and professional fees, to obtain all required seismic certifications and no increase to the contractors Lump Sum Bid will be allowed for seismic certifications. The Contractor shall be responsible for all costs related to changes in equipment required as a result of its failure to provide required Seismic Certifications. Only one manufacturer shall be listed for each item. Item or Material (for which required Certification is not available at time of bid) Manufacturer

All substantiating affidavits shall be submitted to the District no later than two (2) calendar days after bid opening but prior to Award of Contract.
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BID GUARANTY ACCOMPANYING THIS PROPOSAL IS __________________________________________ (insert the words "cash", "a cashier's check", "a certified check", or "a bidder's bond" [in the form set forth in Section 00 43 15] as the case may be) in an amount equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the total amount of the bid, payable to the GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT The undersigned Bidder deposits the above-named security as a Bid Guaranty and agrees that it shall be forfeited to the Owner in case this bid is accepted by the Owner and the undersigned fails to execute the Agreement with the Owner as specified in the Contract Documents or fails to furnish the required payment and performance bonds, and insurance certificates and endorsements. IDENTITY OF BIDDER The names of all persons interested in this bid as principals are as follows: (NOTICE - If Bidder or other interested person is a corporation, state legal name of corporation, also names of the president, secretary, treasurer, and manager thereof; if a general partnership, state true name of firm, also names of all individual partners composing firm; if a limited partnership, the names of all general partners and limited partners; if Bidder or other interested person is an individual, state first and last names in full; if the Bidder is a joint venture, state the complete name of each venturer). ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ LICENSE CLASSIFICATION REQUIRED The Owner has determined the license classification necessary to bid and perform the Work as required by the Contract Documents. In no case shall this contract be awarded to a specialty Contractor whose classification constitutes less than a majority of the Work. When a specialty Contractor is authorized to bid a portion of the Work described in the Contract Documents, all portions of the Work to be performed outside of the Contractor's license specialty, except Work specifically authorized by the Owner, shall be performed by a properly licensed Subcontractor in compliance with the Subletting and Subcontracting Fair Practices Act commencing with section 4100 et seq., of the Public Contract Code and with Business and Professions Code section 7059.

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The Contractor's license classification(s) required for this project are as follows:

It is the Owner's intent that "plans," as used in Public Contract Code section 3300, is defined as the Construction Contract Documents or Construction Documents, which include both the Drawings and the Specifications. Bidder warrants and represents that it has at least seven (7) years of successful experience within the last ten (10) years working on California hospitals as a general contractor under OSHPD jurisdiction. Bidder warrants and represents, under penalty of perjury that each and every license required by California State Contractor's License Law for the performance of the Work are in full effect and proper order. Bidders must state, under penalty of perjury, the Bidder's applicable license classification, license number, license expiration date, name of license holder, and relationship to Bidder. Any bid not containing this information may be considered non-responsive and may be rejected by the Owner. Bidders relying upon licenses of Responsible Managing Employees (RME) or Responsible Managing Officers (RMO) agree to provide the Owner with all information the Owner determines necessary to verify that the Bidder complies with California State Contractor's License Law. License Classification: License Number: Expiration Date: Name of License Holder: Relationship to Bidder: Signature of Bidder:

Dated:__________, 20____

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NOTE: If Bidder is a corporation, the legal name of the corporation shall be set forth above, together with the signature of the officer or officers authorized to sign contracts on behalf of the corporation and the corporate seal; if Bidder is a partnership, the true name of the firm shall be set forth above, together with the signature of the partner or partners authorized to sign contracts on behalf of the partnership; if the Bidder is an individual, his signature shall be placed above; if the Bidder is a joint venture, the name of the joint venture shall be set forth above with the signature of an authorized representative of each venturer. All names must be typed or printed below the signature.

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CERTIFICATE OF NONDISCRIMINATION

On behalf of the Bidder making this proposal, the undersigned certifies that Bidder shall not unlawfully discriminate, harass or allow harassment, against any employee or applicant for employment, including, without limitation, in regard to matters affecting hiring, salary, benefits, performance evaluation, discipline, promotion, retirement, and/or dismissal because of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, color, ancestry, religious creed, national origin, disability (including HIV and AIDS), medical condition (such as cancer), age, marital status, pregnancy, family care leave, or political opinion. The Bidder and all subcontractors shall insure that the evaluation and treatment of their employees and applicants for employment are free from such discrimination and harassment and comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding nondiscrimination in employment. The principle of equal opportunity in employment will be demonstrated positively and aggressively. The Bidder shall include the nondiscrimination and compliance provisions of this certificate in all subcontracts to perform any portion of the Work under the Contract.

Dated:

, 20 (Name of Bidder)

(Signature)

(Typed Name and Title)

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NONCOLLUSION AFFIDAVIT State of California County of San Diego , being duly sworn, deposes and says that he or she I, is of the party making the foregoing bid, that the bid is not made in the interest of, or on behalf of, any undisclosed person, partnership, company, association, organization, or corporation; that the bid is genuine and not collusive or sham; that the Bidder has not directly or indirectly induced or solicited any other Bidder to put in a false or sham bid, and has not directly or indirectly colluded, conspired, connived, or agreed with any Bidder or anyone else to put in a sham bid, or that anyone shall refrain from bidding; that the Bidder has not in any manner, directly or indirectly, sought by agreement, communication, or conference with anyone to fix the bid price of the Bidder or any other Bidder, or to fix any overhead, profit, or cost element of the bid price, or of that of any other Bidder, or to secure any advantage against the public body awarding the contract of anyone interested in the proposed contract; that all statements contained in the bid are true; and, further, that the Bidder has not, directly or indirectly, submitted his or her bid price or any breakdown thereof, or the contents thereof, or divulged information or data relative thereto, or paid, and will not pay, any fee to any corporation, partnership, company association, organization, bid depository, or to any member or agent thereof, to effectuate a collusive or sham bid. Signature of Bidder:

ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

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BIDDER'S EXPERIENCE (This is required to be filled out.)

Name of Bidder: License Number:

List all jobs successfully completed by the Bidder during the last Three (3) years: Project Name and Location Project Owner's Name, Address & Telephone No. Date Completed

I declare, under penalty of perjury, that the foregoing is true and correct.

Dated:

, 20_____ (Signature of Bidder)

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INSURANCE ACKNOWLEDGMENT

On behalf of the Bidder making this proposal, the undersigned warrants and represents that the Bidder has carefully read and understood all of the insurance requirements of the Contract Documents including then requirements set forth in Article 6, CONTRACTORS INSURANCE, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions, and has included the full cost of providing insurance meeting all requirements of the Contract Documents in the bid. Upon request by Owner prior to the time of Award of Contract, the Bidder agrees to promptly provide Owner with letters from insurance companies meeting the requirements of the Contract Documents verifying that they are prepared to issue insurance to Bidder meeting all requirements of the Contract Documents. The failure of Bidder to provide Owner with this proof of insurance prior to the time of award shall entitle Owner to reject the Bidder's bid as non-responsive and to award the bid to another Bidder at the sole discretion of Owner, or to reject all bids. Subject to the further requirements of Article 6, CONTRACTORS INSURANCE, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions, after receiving the Award of Contract the successful Bidder shall procure and maintain policies of insurance providing coverage of the type and in the amounts set forth below: (a) Commercial General Liability Insurance with combined single limit coverage limits of not less than Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000) per occurrence and an aggregate limit of least Ten Million Dollars ($10,000,000) and Automobile Liability Insurance providing coverage for vehicles used in connection with the performance of the Contract, whether owned, hired, leased, or borrowed with limits not less than Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) per occurrence, combined single limit, for bodily injury and property damage. Such insurance shall be evidenced by the Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement set forth in Section 00 47 20. Workers Compensation Insurance as required by the laws of the State of California. In addition, Contractor agrees to maintain Employers Liability Insurance covering bodily injury and property damage insurance, for injury to employees or damage to employee property, in a minimum amount of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000) each for bodily injury and property damage. Such insurance shall be evidenced by the Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement set forth in Section 00 47 10.

(b)

(c)

Builders Risk All Risk Course of Construction Insurance, including earthquake, fire, and vandalism coverage, covering the entire Work (including Owner-furnished material and equipment) against loss or damage until Completion and Acceptance by Owner, in an amount for the full replacement cost of the Work and endorsed for broad form property damage, breach of warranty, demolition costs, and debris removal. Such insurance shall be evidenced by the Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement set forth in Section 00 47 30.

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(d)

Pollution Liability Insurance providing liability coverage with limits not less than Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) for each occurrence and Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000) for policy aggregate coverage. Insurance deductibles for Pollution Liability Insurance shall not be more than $25,000. Said Insurance shall be evidenced by the Certificate of Insurance set forth in Section 00 47 50. If so determined by the Owner at the time of Award of Contract, Contractor shall procure and maintain Earthquake and/or Tidal Wave Insurance as further described in Section 00 47 40. The Compensation Due Contractor shall be adjusted pursuant to Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions, to incorporate the reasonable costs of such insurance.

(e)

In the event the Bidder fails to provide Owner with the certificates of insurance and insurance endorsements meeting all requirements of the Contract Documents within fourteen (14) Calendar Days after the Award of Contract, Owner will be entitled to declare your rights arising out of the Owner's acceptance of your Bid as abandoned and your Bid Guaranty forfeited, as damages caused by such failure; and, Owner will be entitled to thereupon make an Award of Contract to perform the Work to another Bidder or may call for new bids, in its sole and exclusive discretion. The Owner will be entitled to such other rights as may be granted in the Bid Documents or by law. By dating and executing this Insurance Acknowledgment, Bidder hereby accepts all terms and conditions of this Insurance Acknowledgment and agrees to be bound by all of its terms.

Dated:

, 20 (Signature of Bidder)

Dated:

, 20 (Signature of Bidder)

(Signature)

(Typed Name and Title)

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SECTION 00 43 15 BID BOND

We, _________________________________________ as Principal, and ________________ _______________________________________________ as Surety, jointly and severally, bind ourselves, our heirs, representatives, successors and assigns, as set forth herein, to the GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT (herein called Owner) for payment of the penal sum of _______________________________ ____________________________________________ Dollars ($________________), lawful money of the United States. Principal has submitted the accompanying bid for Central Energy Plant If the Principal is awarded the contract and enters into a written contract, in the form prescribed by the Owner, at the price designated by his bid, and files two bonds with the Owner, one to guarantee payment for labor and materials and the other to guarantee faithful performance, in the time and manner specified by the Owner, and carries all insurance in type and amount which conforms to the contract documents and furnishes required certificates and endorsements thereof, then this obligation shall be null and void; otherwise it shall remain in full force and effect. Forfeiture of this bond, or any deposit made in lieu thereof, shall not preclude the Owner from seeking all other remedies provided by law to cover losses sustained as a result of the Principal's failure to do any of the foregoing. Principal and Surety agree that if the Owner is required to engage the services of an attorney in connection with the enforcement of this bond, each shall pay Owner's reasonable attorney's fees incurred with or without suit. See Notice on Page 3 of 3. Executed on __________________________, 20____

PRINCIPAL By: (Seal of Corporation) Title: (Attach Notary Acknowledgment of Authorized Representative of Principal)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ Any claims under this bond may be addressed to: (name and address of Surety) (Seal)

(name and address of Suretys) agent for service of process in California, if different from above)

(telephone number of Surety's agent in California) (Attach Notary Acknowledgment)

SURETY By: (Attorney-in-Fact)

ACKNOWLEDGMENT
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State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to this bond form will be accepted. Sureties must be authorized to do business in and have an agent for service of process in California. Certified copy of Power of Attorney must be attached.

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SECTION 00 45 20 INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PLAN (IIPP) AND CODE OF SAFE PRACTICES (CSP) AFFIDAVIT FORM The apparent low Bidder shall submit this form to the District the second business day after the bid opening which states that the Bidder has an IIPP which complies with Cal/OSHA Regulations and CSP, that all subcontractors supplying employees to the jobsite will be required to prove to the Contractor that they have an IIPP which complies with Cal/OSHA Regulations and a CSP, and that their jobsite employees have been trained on IIPP and CSP. Failure to submit this affidavit as required may result in a determination that the successful Bidder is nonresponsive and/or non-responsible. I, Grossmont Healthcare District on behalf of following: 1. The Contractor identified above has an injury and illness Prevention Plan (IIPP) and a Code of Safe Practices (CSP) which comply with Cal/OSHA Regulations. 2. The employees of the Contractor identified above who will be assigned to the jobsite have been trained on the IIPP and CSP. 3. All subcontractors supplying employees to the jobsite will be required to prove to the Contractor that they have an IIPP and a CSP which comply with Cal/OSHA Regulations and their jobsite employees have been trained on the IIPP and CSP. I declare under penalty of perjury under the law of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this_________________ day of __________________________
(Month and year)

hereby

certify

to the

the

at ________________________________________________________ By_____________________________________________________________

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SECTION 00 45 47 FALSE CLAIMS FORM All Bidders are required to complete the False Claims Act Certification below or, in the alternative, to provide the information requested under the False Claims Act Violations below. Failure to certify or provide the requested information may result in a determination that the Bidder is nonresponsive. Failure to fully and accurately provide the requested certification or information may result in a determination that the Proposer or Bidder is not responsible. "False Claims Act," as used herein, is defined as either or both the Federal False Claims Act, 31 U S C Section 3729 et seq. and the California False Claims Act, Government Code Section 12650 et seq. FALSE CLAIMS ACT CERTIFICATION I,
(Print name)

hereby certify that neither

(Contractor's name as shown on bid)

nor
(Name of qualifying person licensed by Contractors' State License Board)

has been determined by a court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction to have violated the False Claims Act as defined above. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this by
(Signature of owner, office manager, or licensee responsible for submittal of bid)

day of
(Month)

20

at
(City and State)

FALSE CLAIMS ACT VIOLATIONS With regard to any determinations by a tribunal or court of competent jurisdiction that the False Claims Act, as defined above, has been violated by (1) the Contractor submitting the enclosed bid or (2) the qualifying person licensed by the State Contractors' License Board to perform the work involved in the attached bid, provide, on separate attached sheet(s) of paper, the following information: 1) the date of the determination of the violation, 2) the identity of tribunal or court, 3) the identity of government contract or project involved, 4) the identity of government department involved, 5) the amount of fine imposed, and 6) any exculpatory information of which the District should be aware.

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SECTION 00 45 48 CIVIL LITIGATION HISTORY FORM All Bidders are required to provide the certification or information requested below. Failure to provide such certification or information may result in a determination that the Bidder is nonresponsive. Failure to fully and accurately provide the requested certification of information may result in a determination that the Bidder is not responsible. For the five (5) years preceding the date this bid is due, identify civil litigation arising out of the performance of a construction contract within the State of California in which: 1) the Contractor submitting this bid, or 2) the qualifying person licensed by the State Contractors' License Board to perform the work involved in the attached bid was a named plaintiff or defendant in a lawsuit brought by or against the owner. Do not include litigation which is limited solely to enforcement of mechanics' liens or stop notices. Provide 1) the name and court case identification number of each case, 2) the jurisdiction in which it was filed, and 3) the outcome of the litigation, e.g., whether the case is pending, or judgment was entered, or settlement was reached, or the case was dismissed. If the Bidder has no civil litigation history to report as described above, complete the following: I,
(Print name)

hereby certify that neither

(Contractor's name as shown on bid)

nor
(Name of qualifying person licensed by Contractors' State License Board)

has been involved in civil litigation as described above. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this day of
(Month)

20

at
(City and State)

by
(Signature of owner, office manager, or licensee responsible for submittal of bid)

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SECTION 00 45 49 CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS FORM All Bidders are required to provide the certification or information requested below. Failure to provide such certification or information may result in a determination that the Bidder is nonresponsive. Failure to fully and accurately provide the requested certification or information may result in a determination that the Bidder is not responsible. For the five (5) years preceding the date this bid is due, identify any criminal conviction in any jurisdiction of the United States for a violation of law arising out of the performance of a construction contract (1) by the Contractor submitting this bid or (2) by the qualifying person licensed by the State Contractors' License Board to perform the work involved in the attached bid. Provide on separate, attached sheet(s) of paper marked at the top "Criminal Convictions" 1) the date of conviction, 2) the name and court case identification number, 3) the identity of the law violated, 4) the identity of the prosecuting agency, 5) the contract or project involved, 6) the punishment imposed, and 7) any exculpatory information of which the District should be aware. If the Bidder has no criminal convictions to report as described above, complete the I,
(Print name)

hereby certify that neither

(Contractor's name as shown on bid)

nor
(Name of qualifying person licensed by Contractors' State License Board)

has been convicted of a criminal violation as described above. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed this by
(Signature of owner, office manager, or licensee responsible for submittal of bid)

day of
(Month)

20

at
(City and State)

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BID PACKAGE No. 002

SECTION 00 45 50 CONTRACTORS INDUSTRIAL SAFETY RECORD FORM

To be submitted the second business day after bid opening Project Identification

Bid Date This information must include all construction work undertaken in the State of California by the Bidder and any partnership, joint venture, or corporation that any principal of the Bidder participated in as a principal or owner for the last five calendar years and the current calendar year prior to the date of Bid submittal. Separate information shall be submitted for each particular partnership, joint venture, corporate, or individual Bidder. The Bidder may attach any additional information or explanation of data which he would like taken into consideration in evaluating the safety record. An explanation must be attached of the circumstances surrounding any and all fatalities. 5-Calendar Years Prior to Current Year
2006
1. 2.

2007

2008

2009

2010

TOTAL CURRENT YEAR

No. of Contracts Total dollar amount of contracts (in thousands of dollars)

* . No. of fatalities 3 *4 No. of lost workdays due to injuries *5. No. of days of restricted work activity due to injuries *6. Injuries without lost workdays

*The information required for these items is the same as required for columns 1, 4, 5, and 6, Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, CAL/OSHA Form 200.

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The above information was compiled from the records that are available to me at this time and I declare under penalty of perjury that the information is true and accurate within the limitations of those records.

Name of Bidder (Print)

Signature

Address

Contractors State License No. & Classification

END OF SECTION

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BID PACKAGE No. 002

SECTION 00 46 10 PERFORMANCE BOND

We, _____________________________________________________________ as Principal, and __________________________________________ as Surety, jointly and severally, bind ourselves, our heirs, representatives, successors and assigns, as set forth herein, to the GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT (herein called Owner) for payment of the penal sum of _____________________________ _________________________________________ Dollars ($__________________________), lawful money of the United States. Owner has awarded Principal a contract for the construction of Central Energy Plant THE CONDITION OF THIS OBLIGATION IS SUCH that if the Principal shall in all things abide by and well and truly keep and perform the covenants, and agreements in the said contract, and any alteration thereof made as therein provided, on his part to be kept and performed at the time and in the manner therein specified, including all guarantees of workmanship and/or materials, and shall indemnify and save harmless the Owner, the Engineer/Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, employees, and agents, as therein stipulated, this obligation shall become null and void, otherwise, it shall be and remain in full force and effect. Surety agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the contract, or the work to be performed, or the plans and specifications shall in any way affect its obligation on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice thereof. Principal and Surety agree that if the Owner is required to engage the services of an attorney in connection with the enforcement of this bond, each shall pay Owner's reasonable attorney's fees incurred, with or without suit, in addition to the above sum. Executed in four original counterparts on ______________________, 20___

PRINCIPAL By: (Seal of Corporation) Title:

(Attach Notary Acknowledgment of Authorized Representative of Principal)


March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT PERFORMANCE BOND 00 46 10 - 1 BID PACKAGE No. 002 VOLUME 1

ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ Any claims under this bond may be addressed to: (name and address of Surety) (Seal)

(name and address of Suretys) agent for service of process in California, if different from above)

(telephone number of Surety's agent in California) (Attach Notary Acknowledgment)

SURETY

By: (Attorney-in-Fact)

March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT PERFORMANCE BOND 00 46 10 - 2

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ APPROVED: (Seal)

(Attorney for OWNER)

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to this bond form will be accepted. Sureties must meet all requirements of Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.660(a). A certified copy of the power of attorney must be attached. Sureties must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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SECTION 00 46 20 PAYMENT BOND We, _______________________________________________________________ as Principal, and _______________________________________________________ as Surety, jointly and severally, bind ourselves, our heirs, representatives, successors and assigns, as set forth herein, to the GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT (herein called Owner) for payment of the penal sum of _________________________________ _______________________________________________ Dollars ($_____________________), lawful money of the United States. Owner has awarded Principal a contract for the construction of Central Energy Plant If Principal or any of his subcontractors fails to pay any of the persons named in section 3181 of the California Civil Code, or amounts due under the Unemployment Insurance Code with respect to work or labor performed under the contract or during the one-year guarantee period, or for any amounts required to be deducted, withheld, and paid over to the Franchise Tax Board from the wages of employees of the contractor and his subcontractors pursuant to section 13020 of the Unemployment Insurance Code, with respect to such work and labor, then Surety will pay the same in an amount not exceeding the sum specified above, and also will pay, in case suit is brought upon this bond, such reasonable attorney's fees as shall be fixed by the court. This bond shall inure to the benefit of any of the persons named in section 3181 of the California Civil Code, so as to give a right of action to them or their assigns in any suit brought upon this bond. Surety agrees that no change, extension of time, alteration, or addition to the terms of the contract, or the work to be performed, or the plans and specifications shall in any way affect its obligation on this bond, and it does hereby waive notice thereof. Principal and Surety agree that should Owner become a party to any action on this bond that, each will also pay Owner's reasonable attorney's fees incurred therein in addition to the sum above set forth. Executed in four original counterparts on ______________________, 20___ PRINCIPAL By: (Seal of Corporation) Title: (Attach Notary Acknowledgment of Authorized Representative of Principal)
March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT PAYMENT BOND 00 46 20 - 1 BID PACKAGE No. 002 VOLUME 1

ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ Any claims under this bond may be addressed to: (name and address of Surety) (Seal)

(name and address of Suretys) agent for service of process in California, if different from above)

(telephone number of Surety's agent in California)

SURETY By: (Attorney-in-Fact) (Attach Notary Acknowledgement)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

APPROVED:

(Attorney for OWNER)

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to this bond form will be accepted. Sureties must meet all requirements of Code of Civil Procedure Section 995.660(a). A certified copy of the power of attorney must be attached. Sureties must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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BID PACKAGE No. 002

SECTION 00 47 10 CONTRACTOR'S CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS' COMPENSATION Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Labor Code section 3700 provides, "Every employer except the State shall secure the payment of compensation in one or more of the following ways: (a) By being insured against liability to pay compensation by one or more insurers duly authorized to write compensation insurance in this state. (b) By securing from the Director of Industrial Relations a certificate of consent to self-insure, which may be given upon furnishing proof satisfactory to the Director of Industrial Relations of ability to self-insure either as an individual employer, or as one employer in a group of employers, which may be given upon furnishing proof satisfactory to the Director of Industrial Relations of ability to self-insure and to pay any compensation that may become due to his or her employees. (c) For any county, city, city and county, municipal corporation, public district, public agency, or any political subdivision of the state, including each member of a pooling arrangement under a joint exercise of powers agreement (but not the state itself), by securing from the Director of Industrial Relations a certificate of consent to self-insure against workers' compensation claims, which certificate may be given upon furnishing proof satisfactory to the director of ability to administer workers' compensation claims properly, and to pay workers' compensation claims that may become due to its employees. On or before March 31, 1979, a political subdivision of the state which, on December 31, 1978, was uninsured for its liability to pay compensation, shall file a properly completed and executed application for a certificate of consent to self-insure against workers' compensation claims. The certificate shall be issued and be subject to the provisions of Section 3702. For purposes of this section, "state" shall include the Superior Courts of California.

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VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION BID PACKAGE No. 002

I am aware of the provisions of section 3700 of the Labor Code which require every employer to be insured against liability for workers' compensation or to undertake self-insurance in accordance with the provisions of that code, and I will comply with such provisions before commencing the performance of the Work of this Contract. Dated:__________, 20____ (Contractor) (Authorized Representative of Contractor) (Seal of Corporation) Title:

(Labor Code section 1861 provides that the above certificate must be signed and filed by the Contractor with the Owner prior to performing any Work under this Contract.)

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VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION BID PACKAGE No. 002

CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Workers' Compensation Insurance and Employers' Liability Insurance

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following policy has been issued by the below-stated company in conformance with the requirements of Labor Code Section 3700 and Sections 6-1 and 6-2 of the General Conditions and is in force at this time. The Company will give at least 30 days' written notice by certified mail to the Owner and Architect prior to any material change or cancellation of said policy. POLICY NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE A. WORKERS' COMPENSATION _LIMITS OF LIABILITY Statutory Limits, Under the Laws of the State of California Each Employee $ $ Each Accident $ $

B. EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY Bodily Injury By Accident Bodily Injury By Disease

Named Insured (Contractor) Street Number City and State

________________________ Insurance Company ________________________ Street Number ________________________ City and State

By:_______________________________ (Company Representative) (SEE NOTICE ON PAGE 2 OF 2)

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VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION BID PACKAGE No. 002

ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal.

Signature ______________________________

(Seal)

Insurance Company Agent for Service of Process in California: ___________________________________ ___________________________________ Name Agency ___________________________________ ___________________________________ Street Number Street Number ___________________________________ ___________________________________ City and State City and State ___________________________________ ___________________________________ Telephone Number Telephone Number

This certificate or verification of insurance is not an insurance policy and does not amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by the policies listed herein. Notwithstanding any requirement, term, or condition of any contract or other document with respect to which this certificate or verification of insurance may be issued or may pertain, the insurance afforded by the policies described herein is subject to all the terms, exclusions, and conditions of such policies.

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VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION BID PACKAGE No. 002

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each insurance company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION BID PACKAGE No. 002

INSURANCE ENDORSEMENT

Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Workers' Compensation Insurance and Employers' Liability Insurance

This endorsement forms a part of Policy No. _______________________. ENDORSEMENT It is agreed that with respect to such insurance as is afforded by the policy, the Company waives any right of subrogation it may acquire against the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, agents, and employees by reason of any payment made on account of injury, including death resulting therefrom, sustained by any employee of the insured, arising out of the performance of the above-referenced contract. This endorsement does not increase the Company's total limits of liability. (See Notice on Page 2 of 2.) ____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

By:_________________________________ (Company Representative)

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VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONTRACTORS CERTIFICATE REGARDING WORKERS COMPENSATION BID PACKAGE No. 002

ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above endorsement form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one policy, a separate endorsement in the exact above form shall be provided for each policy. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company. (Seal)

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SECTION 00 47 20 GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT

Type of Insurance:

Liability Insurance

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following policies have been issued by the below-stated company in conformance with the requirements of Sections 6-1 and 6-3 of the General Conditions and are in force at this time. The policy shall be an occurrence policy with a deductible not to exceed $250,000. LIMITS OF LIABILITY In Thousands (000) Occurrence Aggregate A. GENERAL LIABILITY

POLICY NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE _________________

Bodily Injury, Personal Injury, and Property Damage Combined $ $ ______________________________________________________________________________ _________________ B. EXCESS GENERAL LIABILITY $ $ ______________________________________________________________________________ _________________ C. AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY

Bodily Injury and Property Damage Combined $ $ ______________________________________________________________________________ _________________ D. EXCESS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY $ $ ______________________________________________________________________________

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The following types of coverage are included in said policies (indicate by "X" in space): A. GENERAL LIABILITY Comprehensive Form YES___ NO___ Premises-Operations. YES___ NO___ Explosion and Collapse Hazard YES___ NO___ Underground Hazard YES___ NO___ Products/Completed Operations Hazard.. YES___ NO___ Contractual Insurance YES___ NO___ Broad Form Property Damage Including Completed Operations YES___ NO___ Independent Contractors YES___ NO___

Personal Injury YES___ NO___ B. EXCESS GENERAL LIABILITY Umbrella Form YES___ NO___ Other Than Umbrella Form. YES___ NO___ If other than Umbrella Form, please explain below: C. AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Comprehensive Form Including Loading and Unloading.. YES___ NO___ Owned YES___ NO___ Hired. YES___ NO___ Non-Owned YES___ NO___ D. EXCESS AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY Umbrella Form.. YES___ NO___ Other Than Umbrella Form... YES___ NO___ If other than Umbrella Form, please explain below:

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This certificate or verification of insurance is not an insurance policy and does not amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by the policies listed herein. However, the insurance provided shall meet the requirements of the Contract Documents and include coverage as specified in this certificate. The Company will give at least 30 days' written notice by certified mail to the Owner and the Architect prior to any material change or cancellation of said policies. (See Notice on Page 4 of 4.) ____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State _______________________________ Insurance Company _______________________________ Street Number _______________________________ City and State By:_____________________________ (Company Representative)

Insurance Company Agent for Service Of Process in California: ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Name Agency ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Street Number Street Number ____________________________________ ____________________________________ City and State City and State ____________________________________ ____________________________________ Telephone Number Telephone Number ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal.

Signature ______________________________
March 23, 2012

(Seal)
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GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE 00 47 20 - 3 BID PACKAGE No. 002

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each insurance company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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BID PACKAGE No. 002

INSURANCE ENDORSEMENT

Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Liability Insurance

This endorsement forms a part of Policy No. _______________________. ENDORSEMENT The Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, agents, and employees are included as additional insureds under said policies but only while acting in their capacity as such and only as respects operations of the named insured, his contractors, any subcontractor, any supplier, anyone directly or indirectly employed by any of them, or anyone for whose acts any of them may be liable in the performance of the above-referenced contract. This insurance shall not apply to the extent the loss or damage is ultimately determined to be due to the negligence (including any connected with the preparation or approval of maps, drawings, opinions, reports, surveys, designs, or specifications) of one or more of the aforesaid additional insureds. The insurance afforded to these additional insureds is primary insurance. If the additional insureds have other insurance which might be applicable to any loss, the amount of this insurance shall not be reduced or prorated by the existence of such other insurance. The Contractual Liability Insurance afforded is sufficiently broad to insure all of the matters set forth in the article entitled "Indemnity" in the General Conditions of the above-referenced contract except those matters set forth in the third paragraph thereof. This endorsement does not increase the Company's total limits of liability. ____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State By:_________________________________ (Company Representative) (SEE NOTICE ON PAGE 2 OF 2)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above endorsement form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one policy, a separate endorsement in the exact form shall be provided for each policy. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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SECTION 00 47 30 BUILDERS RISK INSURANCE CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Builders Risk All Risk Insurance

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following policy has been issued by the below-stated company in conformance with the requirements of Sections 6-1 and 6-4 of the General Conditions and are in force at this time. POLICY NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE $ (Not Less Than Contract Amount) LIMITS OF LIABILITY

Deductible: $ (Not Sooner Than Contract Completion Date) (Not More Than 250,000)

This certificate or verification of insurance is not an insurance policy and does not amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by the policies listed herein. Notwithstanding any requirement, term, or condition of any contract or other document with respect to which this certificate or verification of insurance may be issued or may pertain, the insurance afforded by the policies described herein is subject to all the terms, exclusions, and conditions of such policies.

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The Company will give at least 30 days' written notice by certified mail to the Owner and the Architect prior to any material change or cancellation of said policies.

____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State By:_________________________________ (Company Representative) (SEE NOTICE ON PAGE 3 OF 3)

ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

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Insurance Company Agent for Service of Process in California: ____________________________________ Name ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Telephone Number ____________________________________ Agency ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Telephone Number

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each insurance company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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INSURANCE ENDORSEMENT

Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Builders Risk All Risk Insurance

This endorsement forms a part of Policy No. _______________________. ENDORSEMENT It is agreed that with respect to such insurance as is afforded by the policy, the Company waives any right of subrogation it may acquire against the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, agents, and employees by reason of any payment made on account of injury, including death resulting therefrom, sustained by any employee of the insured, arising out of the performance of the above-referenced contract. This endorsement does not increase the Company's total limits of liability.

____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

By:_________________________________ (Company Representative) (SEE NOTICE ON PAGE 2 OF 2)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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SECTION 00 47 40 EARTHQUAKE AND TIDAL WAVE INSURANCE CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE

Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Earthquake and Tidal Wave Insurance

THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following policy has been issued by the below-stated company in conformance with the requirements of Section 6-1 of the General Conditions and is in force at this time. POLICY NUMBER EXPIRATION DATE LIMITS OF LIABILITY $ The later of (Not Less Than Total Bid Amount) ______________, 20__ or the Contract Completion Date ____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State By:_________________________________ (Company Representative) (Not More Than 5% of Total Bid Amount)

Deductible:

This certificate or verification of insurance is not an insurance policy and does not amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by the policies listed herein. Notwithstanding any requirement, term, or condition of any contract or other document with respect to which this certificate or verification of insurance may be issued or may pertain, the insurance afforded by
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the policies described herein is subject to all the terms, exclusions, and conditions of such policies. ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

Insurance Company Agent for Service of Process in California: ____________________________________ Name ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Telephone Number ____________________________________ Agency ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Telephone Number

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or documents evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each insurance company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.
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INSURANCE ENDORSEMENT

Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Earthquake and Tidal Wave Insurance

This endorsement forms a part of Policy No. _______________________. ENDORSEMENT It is agreed that with respect to such insurance as is afforded by the policy, the Company waives any right of subrogation it may acquire against the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, agents, and employees by reason of any payment made on account of injury, including death resulting therefrom, sustained by any employee of the insured, arising out of the performance of the above-referenced contract. This endorsement does not increase the Company's total limits of liability.

____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

By:_________________________________ (Company Representative)

(SEE NOTICE ON PAGE 5 OF 5)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

Insurance Company Agent for Service of Process in California: ____________________________________ Name ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Telephone Number ____________________________________ Agency ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Telephone Number

This certificate or verification of insurance is not an insurance policy and does not amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by the policies listed herein. Notwithstanding any requirement, term, or condition of any contract or other document with respect to which this certificate or verification of insurance may be issued or may pertain, the insurance afforded by the policies described herein is subject to all the terms, exclusions, and conditions of such policies.

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NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each insurance company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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SECTION 00 47 50 POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant For Grossmont Healthcare District Type of Insurance: Pollution Liability Insurance THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the following policy has been issued by the below-stated company in conformance with the requirements of Article 6 of the General Conditions and is in force at this time. The policy deductible shall not exceed $25,000. LIMITS OF LIABILITY Each Occurrence Limit Policy Aggregate Limit EXCESS POLLUTION LIABILITY $2,000,000 $2,000,000 $ ________

This certificate or verification of insurance is not an insurance policy and does not amend, extend, or alter the coverage afforded by the policies listed herein. However, the insurance provided meets the requirements of the Contract Documents and includes coverage as specified in this certificate. The Company will give at least 30 days' written notice by certified mail to the Owner and the Architect prior to any material change or cancellation of said policies. (See Notice on Page 2 of 4.) ____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State __________________________________ Insurance Company __________________________________ Street Number __________________________________ City and State

By:_______________________________ Company Representative

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal) Insurance Company Agent for Service of Process in California: ____________________________________ Name ____________________________________ Agency ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State _____________________________________ Telephone Number

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above certificate form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one insurance company, a separate certificate in the exact above form shall be provided for each insurance company. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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INSURANCE ENDORSEMENT

Description of Contract: Central Energy Plant FOR THE GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT Type of Insurance: Pollution Liability Insurance

This endorsement forms a part of Policy No. _______________________. ENDORSEMENT It is agreed that with respect to such insurance as is afforded by the policy, the Company waives any right of subrogation it may acquire against the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, agents, and employees by reason of any payment made for bodily injury (including illness and death) or property damage resulting from pollution incidents, arising out of or in connection with Contractors activities on the jobsite and/or Contractors performance of the Work whether on or off the jobsite. This endorsement does not increase the Company's total limits of liability. (See Notice on Page 4 of 4.) ____________________________________ Named Insured (Contractor) ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State ____________________________________ Insurance Company ____________________________________ Street Number ____________________________________ City and State

By:_________________________________ (Company Representative)

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal. Signature ______________________________ (Seal)

NOTICE: No substitution or revision to the above endorsement form will be accepted. A certified copy of the power of attorney form or document evidencing the authority of the individual signing for the Insurance Company must be attached. If the insurance called for is provided by more than one policy, a separate endorsement in the exact above form shall be provided for each policy. Insurers must be authorized to do business and have an agent for service of process in California, have a minimum of "A:VIII" or better policyholder's/financial rating in accordance with the most current rating by A.M. Best Company.

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SECTION 00 55 00 AGREEMENT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF Central Energy Plant THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into by and between the GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT, hereinafter referred to as "OWNER," and _____; a corporation under the laws of the state of a partnership composed of _____; _____ _____; a joint venture composed of _____ _____; an individual doing business as hereinafter referred to as "CONTRACTOR." OWNER and CONTRACTOR agree as follows: (1) SCOPE OF WORK: CONTRACTOR shall provide all labor, equipment, materials, bailing, transportation, shoring, removal, overhead, profit, insurance, bonding, and other incidentals, and perform all of the work required to complete the Work generally known as the: Central Energy Plant in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications and other Contract Documents therefor. (2) TIME OF COMPLETION: The Work shall be completed within the times set forth in the Invitation to Prequalified Bidders. Time is of the essence. (3) CONTRACT SUM: OWNER will pay CONTRACTOR in accordance with the prices shown in the Bid Form. (4) PAYMENTS: Monthly progress payments and the final payment will be made in accordance with the General Conditions as modified by the Special Provisions, if any. The filing of the notice of completion by OWNER shall be preceded by acceptance of the work made only by an action of the Governing Body of OWNER in session. _____;

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(5) CONTRACT DOCUMENTS: The complete Contract, as defined in the General Conditions, between Owner and Contractor for performance of the Work consists of this Agreement and all the Contract Documents, which are identified herein, to wit: Bid Package No. 002 Central Energy Plant Project Manual (including, without limitation, Volume One, Bidding Documents and General Requirements, Volume Two, the Technical Specifications for Central Energy Plant, the completed Bid Form, Bid Guaranty, IIPP and CSP Affidavit, False Claims Act Certification, Civil Litigation History Form, Criminal Convictions Form, Contractors Industrial Safety Record Form, Performance Bond, Payment Bond, Best Management Practices (BMPs) Requirements, Contractors Certificate Regarding Workers Compensation, Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement for Workers Compensation Insurance and Employers Liability Insurance, Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement for General Liability Insurance, Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement for Builders Risk Insurance, Certificate of Insurance and Insurance Endorsement for Earthquake and Tidal Wave Insurance, Award of Contract, Agreement and Certificate of Contractor, General Conditions, Supplementary Conditions, Plans and Drawings, Specifications and Technical Specifications; together with any and all appendices, addenda, and/or amendments (including, without limitation, change orders, proceed orders, and unilateral change orders) thereto; and, all supplemental agreements. (6) NOTICES: All letters, statements or notices pursuant to this Agreement shall be deemed effective upon receipt when personally served or when sent certified mail, return receipt requested to the following addresses:

To CONTRACTOR:

To OWNER:

Grossmont Healthcare District Attn: Barry Jantz, CEO 9001 Wakarusa Street La Mesa, CA 91942

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This Agreement is executed by the OWNER pursuant to an action of its Governing Body in session on _________________________, 20___, authorizing the same, and CONTRACTOR has caused this Agreement to be duly executed. Dated:__________, 20____ GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT, OWNER

By: Barry Jantz, CEO

Dated:__________, 20____ CONTRACTOR Contractor License #

By: (Authorized Representative of Contractor) Title: (Seal if Corporation) (Attach Notary Acknowledgment for Authorized Representative of Contractor) ACKNOWLEDGMENT State of California County of ________________) On ________________ before me, ______________________________________, Notary Public, personally appeared ____________________________________________, who proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person(s) whose name(s) is/are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he/she/they executed the same in his/her/their authorized capacity(ies), and that by his/her/their signature(s) on the instrument the person(s), or the entity upon behalf of which the person(s) acted, executed the instrument. I certify under PENALTY OF PERJURY under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing paragraph is true and correct. WITNESS my hand and official seal.

Signature ______________________________ APPROVED:

(Seal)

(Attorney for OWNER)


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CERTIFICATE OF CONTRACTOR

I,____________________________, certify that I am a/the ______________________________ ______________________________________ [designate sole proprietor, partner in partnership, or specify corporate office, e.g., secretary] in the entity named as CONTRACTOR in the foregoing contract. I hereby expressly certify that the name of the entity to which I am associated is __________ _________________________________________________________________________; that this entity is in good standing and has complied with all applicable laws and regulations, and that I have been expressly authorized by the proper parties in this entity to execute this contract on behalf of the above-named entity.

By: (Authorized Representative of Contractor)

ATTEST:

Name: (Please Type)

Title:

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SECTION 00 55 10 TWO STEP NOTICE TO PROCEED

PART 1 1.1

GENERAL

SUMMARY A. B. This Section describes the Districts procedures for issuance of notices to proceed. Related Work: 1. Documents affecting work of this Section include, but are not necessarily limited to, GENERAL CONDITIONS, and Sections in Division 1 of these Specifications.

1.2

PROCEDURES A. B. The District will employ a Two Step Notice to Proceed. Notice to Proceed, #1 will initiate the Contract Time and will be a notice to proceed with mobilization, which includes: 1. Review the Contract Documents in accordance with Section 00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS, Articles 4, 5 and 6; Obtain permits and licenses in accordance with Section 00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS, Article 5-2; Secure the Site in accordance with Sections 01 14 00, WORK RESTRICTIONS, and 01 57 10, TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS. Mobilize temporary facilities in accordance with Section 01 52 00 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES. Submit and secure Districts acceptance of: a. Schedule of values in accordance with Section 01 20 00, PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES, and 01 32 00, CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION; Preliminary schedule in accordance with Section 01 32 00, CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION; Submittal Schedule list in accordance with Section 01 33 00, SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES;
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i. Mobilization and Staging Plan (Section 01 52 00), ii. Demolition Plan (Section 01 33 00), iii. Emergency Plan (Section 01 33 00), iv. Utility Disconnection Plan (Section 01 33 00), v. Implementation Plan for Owners Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan (Section 01 57 10), vi. Quality Control Plan (Section 01 45 00), vii. Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (Section 00 45 20), viii. Site access and traffic control plan (Section 01 14 00, Work Restrictions), ix. Estimate of Quantity of Construction Debris, Waste Management Plan, and any approvals required under Section 01 74 20. 6. Attendance at Pre-Construction meetings in accordance with Section 01 31 00, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION; Deferred Approval Submittals and/or any other Submittals as required to initiate remaining work after Notice to Proceed #1; Initiation of Project Management Control System as specified in Section 01 31 00 Paragraph 2.01, PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION;

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Notice to Proceed #2 will be a notice for the Contractor to proceed with all remaining Work. The second Notice to Proceed (NTP #2) shall not be issued prior to Districts acceptance of completion of all the activities initiated by Notice to Proceed #1.

D.

PART 2

PRODUCTS Not used.

PART 3

EXECUTION Not used. END OF SECTION

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SECTION 00 63 46 PROCEED ORDER FORM

This SECTION includes an example of the form to be used as a "Proceed Order" in accordance with Article 2-2 of SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS".

END OF SECTION Attachment: Proceed Order form.

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Proceed Order
Distribution List: Owner PROJECT LOCATION:
Architect Contractor Field Other

Grossmont Hospital 5555 Grossmont Center Drive La Mesa, CA 91942

OWNER:

Grossmont Healthcare District 9001 Wakarusa Street La Mesa, CA 91942

DATE: TO:

PO #: ARCHITECT'S No.: CONTRACT FOR: CONTRACT DATED: OSHPD PROJECT No:

In order to expedite the work and avoid/minimize delays to the construction schedule, you are directed to begin immediately with the changed work described herein.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

This is not a Change Order, but only an order to begin work while your Proposed Change Order (PCO) is being finalized. You are not to exceed $ for this work based on the best tentative estimate available at the time. A firm price will be negotiated for subsequent inclusion in a Change Order following review and final negotiation of your proposal. Work performed beyond the scope identified in the Description of Work will be at your own risk. If at the conclusion of the negotiations it is determined the amounts paid or to be paid Contractor for the changed Work set forth on the Proceed Order differs from the actual equitable adjustment to be made in the Compensation Due Contractor for such changed Work, Owner reserves the right to reconcile any such difference in the final adjustment to the Compensation Due Contractor set forth in the Change Order. Work activities under this Proceed Order shall not extend the construction completion date or Contract Time, except as negotiated as a part of an executed Change Order. Your PCO to perform the changed Work set forth in this Proceed Order shall include a detailed breakdown of all cost and time impacts, and shall be submitted within 14 days from date of receipt of the RFQ associated with this changed Work, this Proceed Order, or completion of changed Work, whichever comes first. Failure to comply with these requirements may result in the issuance of a Unilateral Change Order by Owner. You shall not invoice for more than 75% (percent) of the value of this Proceed Order until a Change Order is executed. PRIOR TO PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK DESCRIBED HEREIN, SUBMIT AN ITEMIZED PCO FOR CHANGES IN THE COMPENSATION DUE CONTRACTOR AND/OR CONTRACT TIME FOR A/E AND OWNER REVIEW/APPROVAL. PROCEED WITH THE WORK AS DESCRIBED HEREIN SO AS TO NOT DELAY THE PROJECT. CONCURRENT WITH THE WORK, PREPARE AND SUBMIT A PCO FOR CHANGES IN THE COMPENSATION DUE CONTRACTOR AND/OR CONTRACT TIME FOR A/E AND OWNER REVIEW/APPROVAL. PROCEED WITH THE WORK AS DESCRIBED HEREIN SO AS TO NOT DELAY THE PROJECT, ON A TIME AND MATERIALS BASIS, SUBJECT TO FUTURE RECONCILIATION. NO COST TO OWNER
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When signed by the Owner and received by the Contractor, this document becomes effective immediately as a Proceed Order (PO), and the Contractor shall proceed as described above.

Grossmont Healthcare District/Owner By Barry Jantz, CEO Date

End of Document
Issue Date: 09-27-11 Proceed Order Form 09-27-11 Revision Date: NA

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SECTION 00 63 63 CHANGE ORDER FORM

This SECTION includes an example of the form to be used as a "Change Order" in accordance with Article 2-2 of SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS".

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SECTION 00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS ARTICLE 1-DEFINITIONS, TERMS, AND ABBREVIATIONS 1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 1-6 1-7 1-8 1-9 1-10 Definitions 1 Terms 7 Abbreviations 7 Contract Documents 11 Substitution of Materials, Equipment, Things, Services, or Products as Equal to Specified Items 13 Additional Sets of Drawings and Project Manual 14 Standard Specifications 14 Substitutions Required because of Federal Government Restrictions or Lack of Product Availability 15 Record Documents; Reference Materials 15 Updated Schedules 16

ARTICLE 2-SCOPE OF WORK 2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 2-5 2-6 2-7 2-8 2-9 Work to be Done Changes in Work Differing or Unusual Site Conditions Hazardous Substances Obstructions Utilities Maintain Clean Site Tuberculosis Testing Acceptance of Work 16 16 20 21 23 23 24 24 24

ARTICLE 3-QUALITY OF THE WORK 3-1 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 3-12 Authority of the Owners Representative Supplemental Drawings Conformity with Contract Documents and Allowable Deviations Manufacturers Instructions Errors or Discrepancies Noted by Contractor Supervision and Superintendence Submittals Quality and Safety of Materials and Equipment Standards, Codes, Samples, and Tests Observation of Work by Owners Representative Removal of Defective and Unauthorized Work One-Year Warranty of Work
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ARTICLE 4-PROSECUTION AND PROGRESS 4-1 4-2 4-3 4-4 4-5 4-6 Subcontracting Assignment Contractors Construction Schedule and Cost Breakdown Time for Completion and Forfeiture Due to Delay Extension of Time Use of Completed Portions 34 35 36 36 38 40

ARTICLE 5-LEGAL RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES 5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-12 5-13 5-14 5-15 5-16 5-17 5-18 5-19 5-20 5-21 5-22 5-23 5-24 5-25 5-26 5-27 5-28 5-29 Observing Laws and Ordinances Permits and Licenses Inventions, Patents, and Copyrights Public Convenience and Safety Responsibility for Loss, Damage, or Injuries Contractors Responsibility for the Work Preservation of Property Intentionally Deleted Excavation Plans for Worker Protection Required by Labor Code Section 6705 Safety Personal Liability Indemnity Hours of Labor Prevailing Wages Travel and Subsistence Payments Apprentices Warranty of Title Property Rights in Materials Mutual Responsibility of Contractors Intentionally Deleted Termination for Breach Intentionally Deleted Intentionally Deleted Termination by Owner for Convenience Suspension of Work Notice and Service Thereof Partial Invalidity Lands and Rights-Of-Way Waiver of Rights ARTICLE 5- LEGAL RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Continued 40 41 41 42 42 43 44 45 45 46 47 47 48 49 51 51 53 53 54 55 55 58 58 58 60 61 61 61 62

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Taxes Assignment of Anti-Trust Actions Modification Venue Traffic Control

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ARTICLE 6-CONTRACTORS INSURANCE 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-6 6-7 General Workers Compensation Insurance and Employers Liability Insurance Commercial General Liability Insurance Builders Risk Course of Construction Insurance Earthquake and/or Tidal Wave Insurance Pollution Liability Insurance Contractors Liability Not Limited by Insurance 63 65 65 66 66 66 67

ARTICLE 7-ESTIMATES AND PAYMENTS 7-1 7-2 7-3 7-4 7-5 Payment for Changes in the Work Progress Payments Final Estimate and Payment Owners Right to Make Application of Withheld Amounts Required Releases ` 67 72 77 79 79

ARTICLE 8-CLAIMS AND DISPUTES 8-1 8-2 8-3 8-4 8-5 8-6 8-7 Dispute Resolution Procedure Contractor Self-Help Prohibited Public Contract Code Sections 20104 through 20104.6 False Claims Forum Selection Waiver Prior Agreements 80 82 82 86 86 87 87

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SECTION 00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS ARTICLE 1 1-1 DEFINITIONS, TERMS, AND ABBREVIATIONS

DEFINITIONS

Whenever the following terms occur in the Contract Documents, the meaning shall be interpreted as follows: (a) ACCEPTANCE, FINAL ACCEPTANCE - The formal action by the Grossmont Healthcare District Board of Directors accepting the Work as being complete. ACCEPTED BID - The bid (proposal) accepted by the Owner. ADDENDA or ADDENDUM - A document issued by the Owner during the bidding period that responds to a Bidder question and/or that clarifies, modifies, or supersedes portions of the Contract Documents. AGREEMENT - The Agreement form set forth in Section 00 55 00 to be executed between Contractor and Owner. ARCHITECT or ARCHITECT OF RECORD (AOR) - means Syska Hennessy Group, Inc. Owner reserves the right to change the identity of the Architect upon written notice to Contractor. Syska Hennessy Group, Inc. may also sometimes be referred to as the Engineer or Engineer of Record. ATTORNEY FOR OWNER - The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Scott serve as General Counsel for Owner, 16935 West Bernardo Drive, Suite 170, San Diego, California 92127. AWARD OF CONTRACT - The written notice to the winning Bidder that the Grossmont Healthcare District Board of Directors has acted to award the construction contract to such Bidder, as set forth in Section 00 21 15, Award of Contract. BENEFICIAL OCCUPANCY - means that the Work, or a designated portion of the Work, is sufficiently complete to be utilized or placed into service, within the context of the provisions of Article 4-6, USE OF COMPLETED PORTIONS, of these General Conditions, and Article 1.03.C and 1.03.D of Section 11 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK, and for which OSHPD has issued a Certificate of Occupancy.

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BIDDER - Any prequalified individual, partnership, corporation, joint venture, or other business entity submitting a bid (proposal) for the Work contemplated, acting directly or through an authorized representative. CALENDAR DAY - Means all days of the week including Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays with the first day counted being the first day following the date specified. CHANGE ORDER - A written agreement entered into by Owner and Contractor after the Award of Contract that alters or amends the Contract or the Work, including, without limitation, the Drawings, Specifications, or any other Contract Document. The form to be used for Change Orders is as set forth in Section 00 63 63, Change Order Form. COMPENSATION DUE CONTRACTOR - Means the amount set forth in Contractors bid for the Work, subject to any adjustments made as provided in these General Conditions. CONTRACT - The Contract Documents collectively represent the entire agreement between the Owner and the Contractor for the performance of the Work, which is sometimes referred to as the Contract. The Contract supersedes any prior negotiations, representations, or agreements either written or oral. The Contract includes the written Agreement executed between the Owner and the Contractor for the performance of the Work, which incorporates the remaining Contract Documents. The form of Agreement is included among the Bid Documents as Section 00 55 00, AGREEMENT. CONTRACTOR - The individual, partnership, corporation, joint venture, or other business entity that has entered into the Agreement with the Owner for the performance of the Work. CONTRACT COMPLETION - Means the date the Owner records at the Office of the San Diego County Recorder a Notice of Completion after the Contractor completes the Work in accordance with Section 01 77 00, Closeout Procedures. Contract Completion will be recognized once all of the following are completed: 1. Construction is substantially complete and the Contractor has conducted an inspection and prepared a punch list; and The Contractor has satisfactorily completed all punch list and repair requirements, including, but not limited to, removal of temporary facilities, testing and reporting equipment systems training, and turn-over of Close-out submittals; and The Contractor has provided Owner with written notice that it is ready for final inspection; and
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The Owner records a Notice of Completion or provides Contractor with written notice that the Work is not complete, in which case the process of punch list completion and inspection continue until the Owner records a Notice of Completion.

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CONTRACT DOCUMENTS - Contract Documents shall have the same meaning as that term is defined in the Agreement. Neither the Contract nor the Contract Documents shall in any way be construed to create a contractual relationship of any kind between the Contractor and any engineering professional, consultant, or other contractor hired by Owner to perform any work or services related to the Work, between the Owner and any Subcontractor or sub-subcontractor of any tier performing any part of the Work or related services, or providing materials, equipment, or other supplies for the Work, or between any persons or entities other than between the Owner and Contractor. CONTRACT TIME - The Contract Time shall begin upon delivery of Notice to Proceed #1 to the Contractor, in accordance with Specification Section 00 55 10. The Contract Time shall equal and run for the number of days specified in Specification Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK, plus any adjustments to the Contract Time authorized and made in accordance with these General Conditions. DAYS - Unless otherwise specified, Days shall mean Calendar Days. DISTRICT - The District shall mean the Grossmont Healthcare District; and District may sometimes in these General Conditions and the Specifications be referred to as the Owner. DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE - See OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE. DIVISION 00 and 01 REQUIREMENTS - These shall include all Contractor obligations and requirements specified in Divisions 00 and 01 of the Specifications for administration of Work. GEOTECHNICAL or SOILS ENGINEER - Means a licensed Geotechnical Engineer certified in the State of California and employed by the Contractor. INSPECTION NOTICE - A sequentially numbered written notice issued to the Contractor for the purpose of, but not limited to the following: 1. 2. 3. Define items/installations that deviate from the Contract Documents and for which payment may be withheld. Alert as to problem areas prior to issuing Non-Compliance. Void previously issued Inspection or Non-Compliance Notice when corrections have been made.
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Give notice of approval. Provide general project information. Define delinquent submittals. Advise Contractor of non-compliance with safety requirements.

INSPECTOR OF RECORD or IOR - The Inspector of Record or IOR shall be as described in Section 01 45 23, Testing, Inspection, and Observing Requirements, of the Specifications. By written notice to Contractor, Owner may designate, change, or add Inspectors of Record. NON-COMPLIANCE NOTICE - A sequentially numbered written notice issued to the Contractor that defines materials, installations, and/or situations that do not comply with codes or the Contract Documents and for which payment cannot be made. The statement "remove and replace" will be included when required. NOTICE TO PROCEED - Notices to Proceed issued by Owner to Contractor are described in Section 00 55 10. However, a brief description follows: Notice to Proceed #1 shall, when given, initiate the running of the Contract Time. Upon receiving Notice to Proceed #1, Contractor shall prepare and submit all preconstruction items required by the Contract Documents, such as preliminary schedules, shop drawings, and other long-term and deferred approval submittals. Notice to Proceed #1 shall also constitute notice to Contractor to proceed with mobilization. However, no construction, acquisition of materials or Site Work shall be commenced prior to the Owners issuance of Notice to Proceed #2. Notice to Proceed #2 shall, when given, authorize Contractor to begin construction, acquisition of materials, Site Work, and to proceed with all remaining Work.

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OWNER, OWNERS REPRESENTATIVE - The Owner is the Grossmont Healthcare District. The Owner is sometimes referred to as the District in the Contract Documents. For purposes of the Contract, the Owners Representative shall be the Owners Chief Executive Officer (CEO), located at 9001 Wakarusa Street, La Mesa, California 91942. All Change Orders, Proceed Orders, Unilateral Change Orders, and the Notice of Completion shall be subject to the approval of and be signed by the Owners Representative. The Owners Representative shall have sole authority to interpret the Contract Documents on behalf of the Owner. In addition to the Owners Program Manager, the Owners Representative may also issue notices to the Contractor pertaining to the Work of the Contract. By written notice to Contractor, Owner may designate a new or additional Owners Representative or delegate authority to one or more assistants. OWNER'S PROGRAM MANAGER - Owner has hired Parsons Commercial Technology Group, Inc. (Parsons) and, through the Owners Representative,
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delegated to specific representatives of Parsons authority to act as the Owners Program Manager (sometimes called the Program Manager) regarding the Work. For purposes of this Contract, Owners Program Manager shall be Tim Meehan who shall serve as the Senior Program Manager. The identity of the Senior Program Manager may be changed by written notice of the Owner to the Contractor, and the Senior Program Manager may delegate to other of the authorized Parsons representatives certain program management duties and authorities by written notice to Contractor. The Owners Program Manager has authority to administer the projects, including the providing of and receipt of all notices authorized or required under the Contract, on behalf of the Owner, regarding all matters except those reserved to the Owners Representative as set forth in Section (aa) and Owners governing body as otherwise provided in this Contract. (cc) PLANS, DRAWINGS - The Plans include the Drawings which show elevations, sections, details, schedules, diagrams, information, notes, location, character, dimensions, and details of the Work to be done. The Drawings are intended to establish the scope, arrangement, graphic detail and to illustrate the Contract requirements. The Drawings are further detailed in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF THE WORK. The Drawings and Specifications are intended to complement and supplement one another, and any part of the Work that may be mentioned or indicated in the one and not represented in the other shall be done the same as if it had been mentioned or represented in both. Work, materials or equipment of a minor nature which may not be specifically mentioned in the Specifications or indicated on the Drawings, but which may be reasonably assumed as necessary for the completeness of the Work, shall be performed and or supplied by the Contractor the same as if it were shown on the Drawings or described in the Specifications. In case of discrepancy either in the figures, on the Drawings, or in the Specifications, the matter shall be promptly submitted to the District CEO, or the District CEO's representative, who shall promptly make a determination in writing. PROCEED ORDER - Where it is Owners interest to proceed with implementation of a change in the Work and time precludes awaiting, reviewing, and negotiating Contractors proposal concerning the change, Owner may order Contractor to proceed with the change upon issuance of a Proceed Order, which shall incorporate a tentative adjustment, where appropriate, to the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time based on the estimate available to Owner at the time with the final price to be determined later. The application of Proceed Orders is more fully described in Article 2-2 of these General Conditions. The form to be used for Proceed Orders is as set forth in Section 00 63 46, Proceed Order Form. PROJECT - The Work and any related work or services provided by Owner or others as authorized by Owner.

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PROJECT MANUAL - The manual prepared for the Work, containing the Bid Documents, General Conditions, Specifications, and any Supplementary or Special Conditions. RECORD DOCUMENTS - The Record Documents shall mean the Contractor marked-up Contract Documents reflecting as-built conditions of the Work. SCHEDULE OF VALUES - Means the Contractors cost of the Work and construction services required by the Contract Documents as defined in Section 01 20 00, Price and Payment Procedures. SITE - The location of the Work specified in the Contract Documents, sometimes referred to as the Job Site. SPECIAL PROVISIONS - Any additions, deletions, and/or changes to the Technical Specifications. SPECIFICATIONS or TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS - The Plans include the Specifications or Technical Specifications, which are that portion of the Contract Documents consisting of the written requirements for standards of quality, performance, and technical requirements for all labor, workmanship, materials, methods, equipment, and construction systems, necessary to complete the Work shown or reasonably implied on the Drawings and Specifications. The Specifications are further detailed in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF THE WORK. SUBCONTRACTOR - Any person or business entity that contracts with Contractor to conduct any portion of the Work including, without limitation, furnishing labor, equipment, materials, transportation, or services used in relation to the Work. Sub-subcontractors include any persons or entities employed by any Subcontractor to furnish labor, equipment, materials, transportation, or services used in relation to the Work and include sub-subcontractors of lower tiers.

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UTILITY - Public or private fixed works for the transportation of fluids, gases, power, signals, or communications. WORK - The performance of all labor and services and the furnishing of all equipment, machinery, tools, supplies, material, transportation, bailment, and all other items necessary and incidental to complete the construction of the Work undertaken by Contractor as described in, and as required by, the Contract Documents.

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Wherever the terms "required," "permitted," "ordered," "designated," "directed," "prescribed," or terms of like import are used, it shall be understood that the requirements, permission, order, designation, direction, or prescription of the Owner's Representative is intended. Similarly, the terms "acceptable," "satisfactory," "or equal," or terms of like import shall mean acceptable to or satisfactory to the Owner's Representative, unless otherwise expressly stated. The word "provide" shall be understood to mean furnish and install. The use of the word including shall be interpreted as inclusive rather than exclusive as in the phrase: including, without limitation. 1-3 ABBREVIATIONS

Wherever the following abbreviations are used, they shall have the meanings indicated: AA AAADM AABC AAMA AAN AASHTO AATCC ABPA ACI ACIL ADA ADC AF&PA AFI AGA AGC AI AIA AIEE AIMA AISC
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Aluminum Association American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers Associated Air Balance Council American Architectural Manufacturers' Association American Association of Nurserymen, Inc. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists Acoustical and Board Products Association American Concrete Institute American Council of Independent Laboratories Americans with Disabilities Act American Diffusion Council American Forest and Paper Association Air Filter Institute American Gas Association Associated General Contractors of America The Asphalt Institute American Institute of Architects American Institute of Electrical Engineers Acoustical and Insulation Materials Association American Institute of Steel Construction
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AISI AITC Al ALSC AMCA ANSI APA API APWA AREA ARI ASA ASCE ASHRAE ASLA ASME ASTM AVWVA AWC AWPA AWS AWWA BCA BHMA BIA CAL/OSHA CALTRANS CARB CBC CCR CDA CEC CFFA CFMG CFPC CFR CIMA CISCA
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American Iron and Steel Institute American Institute of Timber Construction Asphalt Institute American Lumber Standards Committee Air Movement and Control Association International, Inc. American National Standards Institute (formerly USASI, USAS, ASA) The Engineered Wood Association American Petroleum Institute American Public Works Association American Railway Engineering Association Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute American Standards Association (Now ANSI) American Society of City Engineers American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers American Society of Landscape Architects American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASTM International (formerly American Society for Testing and Materials) American Water Works Association American Wood Council American Wood Preservers' Association American Welding Society American Water Works Association Building Commissioning Association Builders Hardware Manufacturers' Association Brick Institute of America State of California Construction Safety Orders State of California, Business and Transportation Agency, Department of Transportation, "Standard Specifications" California Air Resources Board California Building Code California Code of Regulations Copper Development Association California Electrical Code Chemical Fabrics and Film Association, Inc. Cabinet and Fixture Manufacturers Guild Certified Forest Products Council Code of Federal Regulations Cellulose Insulation Manufacturer's Association Ceilings and Interior Systems Construction Association
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CLFMI CMC CPA CPSC CRI CRRC CRSI CS CSA CSI DASMA DIN DOC DOE DSA EIMA EPA ESO FAA FCC FDA FM FS FTC GA GANA GRI GS GSA HMA HPVA HUD IBC ICC-ES IEC IEEE IESNA IFC IGCC
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Chain Link Fence Manufacturers' Institute California Mechanical Code Composite Panel Association Consumer Products Safety Commission Carpet and Rug Institute Cool Roof Rating Council, Inc. Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Commercial Standard, United States Department of Commerce Canadian Standards Association Construction Specifications Institute Door and Access Systems Manufacturers Association International German Institute for Standardization Department of Commerce Department of Energy Division of State Architect, State of California EIFS Industry Members Association Environmental Protection Agency Electrical Safety Orders Federal Aviation Administration, United States Department of Transportation Federal Communications Commission Food and Drug Administration FM Global, Factory Mutual System, Factory Mutual Engineering Corporation, Factory Mutual Research Corporation Federal Specification Federal Trade Commission Gypsum Association Glass Association of North America (formerly the Flat Glass Marketing Association and Glass Tempering Association) Geosynthetic Research Institute Green Seal General Services Administration Hardwood Manufacturers Association Hardwood Plywood and Veneer Association Department of Housing and Urban Development International Building Code ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. International Electrotechnical Commission Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Illuminating Engineering Society of North America International Fire Code Insulating Glass Certification Council
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IGMA IMC IPC ISO ITS-WH LSGA MIA MIL MM MSS NAAB NAAMM NBFU NBGQA NCMA NEC NECA NEMA NES NFPA NFPA NFRC NHLA NICET NIST NLGA NOAA NOFMA NPDES NRCA NSA NSF NTMA NWWDA OSHA OSHPD

Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (formerly SIGMA) International Mechanical Code International Plumbing Code International Organization for Standardization Intertek Testing Service - Warnock Hersey Laminator's Safety Glass Association Marble Institute of America or the Masonry Institute of America Military Standardization Document, United States Department of Defense "Materials Manual", State of California, Business and Transportation Agency, Department of Transportation Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve and Fittings Industry, Inc. National Association of Air Balance National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers National Board of Fire Underwriters National Building Granite Quarries Association, Inc. National Concrete Masonry Association National Electrical Code National Electrical Contractors Association National Electrical Manufacturers Association National Evaluation Service, Inc. National Fire Protection Association National Forest Products Association (now the AFPA) National Fenestration Rating Council National Hardwood Lumber Association National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States Department of Commerce National Lumber Grades Authority National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Oak Flooring Manufacturers Association National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System National Roofing Contractors Association National Security Agency NSF International National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association National Wood Window and Door Association (now the WDMA) Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, State of California
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PCI PEI PS RFCI RIS SAE SCAQMD SDI SFM SMACNA SRI SSINA SSMA SSPC SWI TCNA U/L or UL UBC UBCU UFAS UFC UL UMC UPC USASI or USAS USDA USPS USS WCLIB WCMA WDMA WI WWCCA WWPA

Portland Cement Association State California Standard Specifications, Specifications State of California, Department of Transportation, Division of Highways Precast / Prestressed Concrete Institute Porcelain Enamel Institute Product Standard, United States Department of Commerce Resilient Flooring Covering Institute Redwood Inspection Service Society of Automotive Engineers South Coast Air Quality Management District Steel Deck Institute or the Steel Door Institute Office of State Fire Marshal, State of California Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association Steel Recycling Institute Specialty Steel Industry of North America Steel Stud Manufacturers Association Steel Structures Painting Council Steel Window Institute Tile Council of North America, Inc. Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc. Uniform Building Code Uniform Building Code, Pacific Coast Building Officials Conference of the International Conference of Building Officials Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards Uniform Fire Code Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Uniform Mechanical Code Uniform Plumbing Code United States of American Standards Institute (Now ANSI) United States Department of Agriculture United States Postal Service United States Standard West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau Window Covering Manufacturers Association Window and Door Manufacturers Association Woodwork Institute Western Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association Woven Wire Products Association or Western Wood Products Association

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The Contract Documents are as defined in the Agreement and Article 1-1(p) of these General Conditions. The Contract Documents are intended to complement and supplement one another, and to include all items necessary for the proper execution and completion of the Work by Contractor. What is required by one part of the Contract Documents shall be binding as if required by all. Contractors performance of the Work shall meet the express requirements of the Contract Documents and shall be consistent with the requirements and standards which are reasonably inferable from them as being necessary to produce the indicated results. As a part of the Contract Documents, Specifications are intended to establish the standards for quality, performance and technical requirements for all labor, workmanship, material, methods and equipment necessary to complete the Work shown or reasonably implied on the Drawings and Specifications; and, Drawings are intended to establish the scope, arrangement, graphic detail and to illustrate the Contract requirements. The Drawings and Specifications are intended to complement and supplement one another, and any part of the Work that may be mentioned or indicated in the one and not represented in the other shall be done the same as if it had been mentioned or represented in both. Work, materials or equipment of a minor nature which may not be specifically mentioned in the Specifications or indicated on the Drawings, but which may be reasonably assumed as necessary for the completeness of the Work, shall be performed and or supplied by the Contractor the same as if it were shown on the Drawings or described in the Specifications. For purposes of interpreting Specifications and Drawings, figured dimensions on Drawings shall govern, but work not dimensioned shall be as directed. Work not particularly shown or specified shall be the same as similar parts that are shown or specified. Large-scale details shall take precedence over smaller scale drawings as to shape and details of construction. Specifications shall govern as to materials and workmanship. Drawings and Specifications are intended to be fully complementary and to agree. The Specification calling for the higher quality material or workmanship shall prevail. Materials or work described in words which so applied have a well-known technical or trade meaning shall be deemed to refer to such recognized meanings. In the event of any discrepancy between any Drawings and the figures thereon, the figures shall be taken as correct. However, in the event that any provision(s) in any component part of the Contract Documents conflicts with any provision(s) of any other component part, the following order of precedence among the Contract Documents component parts shall govern: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
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Changes in the Work authorized by Owner pursuant to a Change Order, Proceed Order, or Unilateral Change Order in reverse chronological order; The Agreement; Addenda in reverse chronological order; General Conditions; Project Manual (Specifications); Detailed Drawing notes;
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Project drawing details; Project drawing sections; General Drawing notes; General Project Drawings; Manufacturer recommendations.

In the event there is a conflict between or among any provisions within one of the component parts of the Contract Documents, the higher standard or the more stringent requirement shall govern. The District CEO, or his authorized representative, will interpret the meaning of any part of the Contract Documents about which any misunderstanding may arise. Should there appear to be any inconsistency or discrepancy in or between the Contract Documents the Contractor shall refer the matter to the Program Manager, and notify the Program Manager of the date the Owners Representatives decision is required in order to avoid delay of critical path Work. The Contractor shall proceed without delay to complete the Work under question after receipt of the Owners Representatives decision. Should the Contractor proceed with the Work without referring the matter to, or obtaining a decision from the Owners Representative, Contractor does so at Contractor's risk and responsibility and without recourse to the District, Architect, or their respective employees, representatives, agents, successors or assigns. If the Contractor disagrees with the interpretation of the District CEO, or his authorized representative, it shall promptly, and within ten (10) days after receipt of the interpretation, file a written protest pursuant to the procedure set forth in Article 8, CLAIMS AND DISPUTES. The Contractor shall continue with the Work in accordance with the District CEO's interpretation, maintaining accurate and complete records of all cost and time impacts related to the Work involved in the disputed interpretation. These records shall be filed with the District CEO in a timely manner as the Work progresses. 1-5 SUBSTITUTION OF MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, THINGS, SERVICES, OR PRODUCTS AS EQUAL TO SPECIFIED ITEMS A. Whenever any material, product, thing or service is specified or indicated in the Contract Documents by brand, trade, patent or proprietary name and/or by the name of the manufacturer, the item so specified or indicated shall be deemed to be followed by the words "or equal." The bidder may, at its own risk, submit an item not specified in the Contract Documents as an "or equal" for consideration by the District with the bid proposal. Failure to submit an "or equal" item with the bid shall bar the bidder from proposing or substituting an "or equal" item for an item specified in the Contract Documents.

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If the bidder submits an "or equal" item with the bid, the bidder must submit complete data to the District to substantiate the specific characteristics and qualities which make the "or equal" item the equivalent in all respects of the item specified in the Contract Documents. The bidder shall furnish such substantiating data or arrange for any necessary tests to verify the equivalent qualities of the "or equal" item at the bidder's sole expense. All substantiating data and test results shall be submitted to the District no later than twenty (20) calendar days after bid opening but prior to Award of Contract. No data submitted after the close of business on that day will be considered by the District. The District in its sole discretion shall determine whether the substantiating data demonstrates that an "or equal" item is equal in all respects to the item specified in the Contract Documents. If the District determines that the "or equal" item has not been substantiated to be equal in all respects, the item specified in the Contract Documents shall be furnished and/or installed without modification of the bid amount. The Contract Time for completion of the Work specified in the Contract Documents shall not be affected by any circumstances whatsoever arising from the provisions of this Article. The Contract Documents have been prepared to complement and accommodate certain specified equipment, products or systems. Any modifications, adjustment or redesign required to assimilate any substitution or "or equal" equipment, products or systems shall be at the Contractor's expense. Contractor shall provide a complete and workable application and shall satisfy design criteria and aesthetic values to the sole satisfaction of the District.

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ADDITIONAL SETS OF DRAWINGS AND PROJECT MANUAL

Upon Award of Contract, Owner shall furnish Contractor, free of charge, with one (1) set of the Construction Drawings on a compact disk (CD). In addition, upon award of the Contract and as a convenience only, the Construction Documents will be made available to the Contractor on Owners Project Information Management System (PIMS); however, Owner makes no representation that the Contract Documents obtained from the PIMS are complete. Contractor shall ensure that it has all of the Construction Documents by referring to Section 01 11 00, Summary of Work, and the specifications and drawings identified in Article 1.01. The Project Manual contains the Specifications and is divided for convenience into Volumes, Divisions and Sections. The Execution requirements set forth in these Sections shall not be considered as a comprehensive list of tasks necessary to complete the Work covered by any Section.

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Where devices or items, or parts thereof are referred to in the singular, it is intended that such reference shall apply to as many such devices, items or parts as are required to properly complete the Work. 1-7 STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS A. Where these Specifications or the Building Code stipulate that a material shall conform to the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) specifications or other recognized standards, the Contractor shall, when so required, deliver to the District an affidavit or certificate in triplicate, signed by the manufacturer or supplier that the material furnished conforms to the specifications or standards mentioned. When tests are required, the results of such tests shall be delivered to the District. References to the "Building Code" are to the edition of the applicable Building Code listed on the Drawings, including any amendments thereto.

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SUBSTITUTIONS REQUIRED BECAUSE OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS OR LACK OF PRODUCT AVAILABILITY A. In the event that certain materials or equipment specified are entirely unobtainable or not obtainable in sufficient quantities or within a reasonable time, due to Federal Government restrictions, other causes growing out of the national defense or war programs, or commercial unavailability, the Owner may permit the use of equal and equivalent materials of other type of manufacture in their place. Before such substitutions can be made, the Contractor shall submit a written statement to the Owner setting forth in full the reasons why the materials specified are unobtainable and describing in full the materials which it proposed to supply in their place. Substitutions shall not be made until the approval of the Owner, in writing, has first been obtained.

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RECORD DOCUMENTS; REFERENCE MATERIALS A. The Contractor shall maintain a set of Contract Documents furnished by the District on the Project Site for Record Documents. The Record Documents shall consist of a complete set of Contract Documents marked up to identify the location of each change in the Work (i.e. bulletin, RFI response, Architectural Supplemental Instructions (ASI), Change Orders, Field Directives, (as defined in Article 2-2 below), Proceed Orders, Unilateral Change Orders, etc.) and the date of the change. A complete and accurate update of the Record Documents will be presented by the Contractor once a month with monthly payment application. The Contractor shall furnish and maintain on-site reference material including at least one copy of all applicable codes referenced in the Contract Documents necessary for the performance of the Work. The Contractor shall submit to the District CEO all copies of the reference materials and codes prior to Contract Completion.
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Contractor monthly payments are contingent upon the Record Documents being maintained in a current status, and the District CEO will not approve payment unless Record Documents are current. As a condition precedent to the certifying of the final payment under the Contract, the Contractor shall submit complete Record Documents to the District. The Contractor shall submit one reproducible copy of each major Subcontractors marked up field set of Contract Documents that reflect the as-built conditions. The Contractor shall submit one reproducible copy of all Coordination Drawings. The Contractor shall submit one reproducible copy of all shop drawings, revised to reflect the as-built conditions. In addition, the Contractor shall submit a complete set of such as-built documents in electronic format (e.g., Adobe Acrobat file format). Contractor shall develop and submit an LOD 500 as-built model (Section 01 31 00, Article 1.04.B).

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Contractor shall develop, maintain and update the construction Schedule for the Work as described in Section 01 32 00, CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION.

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SCOPE OF WORK

WORK TO BE DONE

A summary of the Work is set forth in Section 01 11 00, and the Work is fully described in the Contract Documents. As a part of such Work, Contractor shall furnish all transportation, labor, materials, tools, machinery, equipment, services, bailment, permits (except those required from OSHPD), utilities and all other items which are necessary, incidental, or appurtenant to complete the Work as described and required in the Contract Documents, and to maintain and leave the Work Site in a neat and presentable condition during and upon completion of the Work. 2-2 CHANGES IN THE WORK

Owner may, at any time, without notice to the sureties and without invalidating the Contract, order changes in, additions to, or deductions from the Work, within the general scope of the Contract Documents, including: 1. 2. 3. 4.
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Changes in the Contract Documents, including the Drawings and Specifications; Changes in the method or manner of performance of the Work; Changes in the facilities, equipment, materials, services, or Site to be provided by Owner; Directions to accelerate the Work, or any portion thereof;
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Contractor shall promptly comply with such orders and proceed with the changed Work, which shall be performed under the applicable requirements of the Contract Documents. Such changes ordered by the Owner shall not affect the obligations of the sureties on the Bonds or require their consent. The sureties, in executing such Bonds, shall be deemed to have expressly agreed to any such change in the Work and equitable adjustments in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time. If any change in the Work under this Article 2-2 causes or would cause an increase or decrease in Contractors costs or the time required for completion of the Work, Owner or Contractor may initiate proceedings, as appropriate, to equitably adjust the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time by Change Order. Contractor shall make its request for an equitable adjustment in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time as prescribed in Article 7-1, Payment for Changes in the Work, Article 4-4, Time for Completion and Forfeiture Due to Delay, and Article 4-5, Extension of Time, of these General Conditions, and any agreed upon adjustment shall be made by Change Order. Field directives or clarifications issued by Architect to Contractor shall affect changes to the Work which do not result in a change in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time. If Contractor claims that any such Architect field directive or clarification would result in a change in its costs and/or the time to complete the Work, Contractor shall notify Owner within the time periods and in accordance with the provisions prescribed in Articles 4-4, 4-5, and 7-1 of such fact, whereupon Owner may issue an order for a change in the Work under this Article 2-2. Contractor shall not be entitled to equitable adjustments to the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time for changes in the Work not required by an order of the Owner as described in this Article 2-2, except in case of emergency to the extent such emergency is not caused by Contractor. Owner directed changes in the Work shall be made by one of the methods set forth below. A. CHANGE ORDERS

In the event Owner elects to evaluate a proposal from Contractor for the changed Work, prior to directing Contractor to proceed with the changed Work, Owner will issue a Request for Quotation (RFQ) to Contractor describing the changed Work and requesting a Proposed Change Order (PCO) from Contractor for such changed Work. The PCO shall include a detailed breakdown of Contractors proposed labor, material, equipment, taxes, insurance, bond costs, its markup for overhead and profit, and schedule impacts for
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such changed Work, including the amount of any proposed adjustments in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time; and, the same shall be required for subcontractors and sub-subcontractors of every tier to be tasked with any portion of the changed Work. Contractor shall submit its PCO to Owner within fourteen (14) days after its receipt of Owners RFQ. Upon negotiation of any appropriate equitable adjustments in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time for any given change in the Work, Owner and Contractor shall execute a Change Order for the same and Contractor shall immediately proceed with the changed Work. If Contractor does not deliver its complete PCO to Owner within fourteen (14) days after its receipt of the RFQ, Owner may issue a Proceed Order or a Unilateral Change Order for the changed Work, under such terms and by such means as described below. If Contractor fails to execute the agreed upon Change Order within ten (10) days of its issuance or the parties are unable to reach an agreement concerning any adjustment of the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time, Owner may issue a Unilateral Change Order for the changed Work, under such terms and by such means as described below. Contractor shall not proceed with any aspect of the changed Work, or delay, suspend, interrupt or terminate any unchanged Work until Owner issues, and except as directed in, a Change Order, Proceed Order, or Unilateral Change Order. In addition, Contractor may propose a Change Order describing a change in the Work by submitting a PCO describing the proposed change, the rational for such change, and a detailed breakdown of Contractors proposed labor, material, equipment, taxes, insurance, bond costs, its markup for overhead and profit, and schedule impacts for such changed Work, including the amount of any proposed adjustments in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time for such changed Work. By written notice to Contractor, Owner may, in its discretion, accept, accept with modifications, or deny any proposed change in the Work proposed by Contractor. If Owner elects to accept or accept with modifications the Contractors proposed change in the Work, the parties shall proceed as described above. B. PROCEED ORDERS

In the event Owner determines, in its discretion, that it is in its best interest and necessary to proceed with a change in the Work and there is insufficient time for Contractors preparation of a complete PCO, Owners analysis of the proposal, and negotiation of any appropriate equitable adjustment in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time, Owner may order Contractor to immediately proceed with all or a portion of the changed Work under a Force Account basis, under a tentative estimate of equitable adjustments to Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time based on Owners best judgment, at no cost and/or with no time extension as appropriate, or under such other method described in Article 7-1, Payment for Changes in the Work, Section A, Compensation for Changes in the Work, pursuant to a Proceed Order executed by Owner
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alone. In such event, Contractor shall provide Owner with its completed PCO for the changed Work, including the amount of any proposed adjustments in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time, within fourteen (14) days after issuance of the Proceed Order or completion of the changed Work, whichever is sooner; and, the final adjustment in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time, as appropriate and equitable, shall be negotiated between Owner and Contractor within a reasonable time in good faith. If Contractor does not deliver its complete PCO to Owner within fourteen (14) days after its receipt of the Proceed Order, Owner may issue a Unilateral Change Order for the changed Work, under such terms and by such means as described below. The negotiated adjustment to the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time, as appropriate, shall be stated in an executed Change Order. If Contractor fails to execute the agreed upon Change Order within ten (10) days of its issuance or the parties are unable to reach an agreement concerning any adjustment of the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time, Owner may issue a Unilateral Change Order for the changed Work, under such terms and by such means as described below. Upon receipt of a Proceed Order, Contractor shall immediately proceed with the changed Work described therein, even though the parties have not reached an agreement concerning any adjustment in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time. All charges and schedule impacts arising from changed Work directed under a Proceed Order are to be documented and verified in a manner acceptable to Owner, including detailed hourly records for labor, construction equipment, materials, and services, and itemized records for use of equipment and materials. The Proceed Order shall have the full force and effect of a Contract modification. It will be included in the Contractors schedules, payment applications, reports and all official records of the Contract. The issuance of the Proceed Order shall not prejudice any of Contractors rights to make claims or appeal disputed matters under other provisions of the Contract, including Article 8, Claims and Disputes. C. UNILATERAL CHANGE ORDER

In the event Owner requires changes in the Work and Contractor fails to meet any of its obligations, as set forth above, in this Article 2-2, Owner may issue a Unilateral Change Order. A Unilateral Change Order may be issued for the changed Work, or any portion thereof, based on Owners best estimate of any appropriate equitable adjustment in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time; and, upon issuance of the Unilateral Change Order, Contractor shall immediately proceed with the directed changes in the Work. Contractor shall not be entitled to any Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time in addition to that provided in the Unilateral Change Order for the ordered change in the Work and, Owners payment of the Compensation Due Contractor as set forth in the Unilateral Change Order shall constitute full and complete compensation for the ordered change in the Work. The terms of a Unilateral Change Order, including the
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change in Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time shall, in the Owner's judgment, be fair and reasonable. However, if Contractor disagrees with any terms or conditions set forth in the Unilateral Change Order and Contractor submits a written notice to Owner of its intent to submit a claim regarding the same under Article 8, Claims and Disputes, and such notice is delivered to Owner within ten (10) days after the first of the following to occur: (1) Contractor submits an invoice for the any of the ordered change in the Work, or (2) Contractors receipt of Owners written notice that Owner deems the ordered change in the Work complete, then Contractor may pursue its claim under Article 8 regarding its disagreement with any of the terms or conditions of the Unilateral Change Order including any claim for Compensation Due Contractor and/or Contract Time in addition to that provided in the Unilateral Change Order. Notwithstanding that Contractor provides Owner with written notice of its intent to pursue, or its actual pursuit of, a claim under Article 8 regarding a Unilateral Change Order, Contractor shall, upon issuance of the Unilateral Change Order, immediately proceed with the directed changes in the Work through completion. When a Unilateral Change Order has been issued, it will have the full force and effect of a Contract modification. It will be included in schedules, payment applications, reports and all official records of the Contract. Except as provided in this Article 2-2, no order, statement, or conduct of the Owner or Architect shall be deemed or treated as an authorization to make a Change in the Work. 2-3 DIFFERING OR UNUSUAL SITE CONDITIONS A. The Contractor shall promptly, and before the conditions are disturbed, notify the District, in writing, of any: 1. Subsurface or latent physical conditions at the Site materially differing from those indicated. Unknown physical conditions at the Site of any unusual nature, differing materially from those ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in work of the character provided for in the Contract.

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In the event that a dispute arises between the District and the Contractor whether the conditions materially differ or cause a decrease or increase in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time performance of any part of the Work, the Contractor shall not be excused from any schedule completion date provided for by the Contract but shall proceed with all Work to be performed under the Contract. The Contractor shall retain any and all rights provided by this Contract under Article 8, CLAIMS AND DISPUTES.

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HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES A. Hazardous Substances 1. Hazardous Substances Definition "Hazardous Substances" means any material that, because of its quantity, concentration, or physical or chemical characteristics, by itself or in combination with other material(s), poses a significant present or potential hazard to human health and safety or to the environment if released into the workplace or the environment. (California, Health and Safety Code, Chapter 6.95, Section 25501(o)). Hazardous Materials are generally grouped into the following four categories, based on their properties: toxic (causes human health effects), ignitable (has the ability to burn), corrosive (causes severe burns or damage to materials), and reactive (causes explosions or generates toxic gases) (Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, Division 4.5, Chapter 11, Article 3). Hazardous Substances shall also include substances, materials and things which are regulated as a toxic or hazardous substance, material or waste under any federal, state, or local law, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980, 42 U.S.C. 9601, et seq., the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act, 49 U.S.C. 1801, et seq., the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 42 U.S.C. 6901, et seq.; the California Hazardous Waste Control Law, Health & Safety Code sections 25100 et seq., the California Hazardous Substances Account Act, Health and Safety Code sections 25300 et seq., and Health and Safety Code section 25501(q) and regulations promulgated thereunder including Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations, Division 4.5, Chapter 11 and 40 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 260, 261, 262, and 49 CFR 172. For purposes of the Article, Hazardous Substances, shall include asbestos, asbestos containing materials, lead-based paint, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), PCB filled equipment, hydrocarbons and petroleum products. 2. The transportation, storage, use, removal, and disposal of Hazardous Substances used in the performance of the Work by the Contractor and its Subcontractors shall be in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations; and, Contractor shall be
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responsible for obtaining and paying for all licenses, permits, inspections, and approvals for such activities required by any governmental Agency having jurisdiction. For Hazardous Substances brought onto the Site by the Contractor, the Contractor shall maintain at the Site Material Safety Data Sheets, which shall be accessible to Owner personnel. Contractor is otherwise responsible for complying with reporting and/or other requirements under all applicable federal, state, and local laws, at its own expense, related to Hazardous Materials stored or used by Contractor or any Subcontractor on the Site. 3. In the event Contractor encounters materials on the Site, it reasonably believes to be a Hazardous Substance(s), Contractor shall immediately cease Work in the area affected by such materials and report the condition to Owner verbally and in writing. In such event, Owner and Contractor shall proceed as set forth in Section 01 57 13, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROCEDURES. Except as may be otherwise provided herein, the Contractor shall not commence or continue Work in the affected area until any known or suspected Hazardous Substances discovered on the Project Site has been removed, or rendered or determined to be harmless by the Owner, as certified by an independent testing laboratory and, where removal is required, approved by the appropriate government Agency as required by such Agency. In the event the presence of the Hazardous Substances on the Project Site is not caused by the Contractor, or not identified in the Contract Documents, the Owner shall pay for all costs of testing and remediation, if any, and shall compensate Contractor any additional costs incurred or Project delay in accordance with the applicable provisions of Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, herein. In addition, the Owner shall defend indemnify and hold harmless the Contractor and its agents, officers, directors and employees from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, costs and expenses incurred in connection with or arising out of or relating to the performance of the Work in the area affected by the Hazardous Substances except to the extent any such claim arises out of the Contractors negligence or willful misconduct. In the event the presence of Hazardous Substances on the Project Site is caused by the Contractor, the Contractor shall pay for all costs of testing and remediation, if any, and shall compensate the Owner for any additional costs incurred as a result of Contractors generation of Hazardous Substances on the Project Site. In addition, the Contractor shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Owner and its agents, officers, and employees from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, costs, and expenses incurred in connection with or arising out of or
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relating to the presence of Hazardous Substances on the Project Site except to the extent any such claim arises out of the Owners negligence or willful misconduct. 6. If the Contractor is required to perform removal of Hazardous Substances, the Hazardous Substances shall be recycled if economically and technologically feasible in accordance with the Health and Safety Code. The Owner may provide technical assistance regarding management of Hazardous Substances, and shall review all recycling, treatment, incineration and landfill proposals for Hazardous Substances generated by Contract Work process or otherwise encountered by the Contractor at the Project Site. Transportation, treatment, storage, or disposal of Hazardous Substances requires approval by the Owner and shall be performed by a state-licensed hauler and state-licensed treatment, storage, and disposal facility, as required by applicable federal, state, and local law.

The terms of this Hazardous Substances provision shall survive the Contract Completion and/or any termination of this Contract. 2-5 OBSTRUCTIONS

The Contractor shall remove and dispose of all structures, debris, or other obstructions of any character necessary to accommodate the Work. Where such obstructions consist of improvements not required by law to be removed by the owner thereof, all such improvements shall be removed, maintained, and permanently replaced by the Contractor at his expense except as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents. 2-6 UTILITIES

The Owner or the Architect of Record (AOR) has endeavored to determine the existence of Utilities at the site of the Work from the records of the Owner and the owners of known Utilities in the vicinity of the Work. The positions of these Utilities as derived from such records are shown on the Drawings. The service connections to these Utilities may or may not be shown on the Drawings. The Contractor shall make Contractors own investigations, including exploratory excavations, to determine the horizontal and vertical locations and type of existing Utilities, including Utility service laterals, mains or appurtenances when their presence can be inferred from the presence of other visible facilities, such as buildings, meter and junction boxes, on or adjacent to the site of the Work. The extent of Contractors Utility investigations shall be to the Owner's satisfaction and include such investigations and actions required by California Government Code Sections 4216 et seq., California Business and Professions Code Section 7110, and other applicable law. In any case, no excavation shall occur before an inquiry identification number from the notification center has been assigned to Contractor, or a Subcontractor, and given to Owner in
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writing. If the Contractor discovers Utility facilities not identified in the Drawings or Specifications or in a position different from that shown in the Drawings or Specifications or the results of Contractors investigations, Contractor shall immediately provide written notification to Owner and the owner of the Utility facility. The Contractor shall complete all required exploratory investigations and investigations and actions required by law within ten (10) working days following the issuance of the Notice To Proceed #2, as defined in Section 00 55 10, TWO STEP NOTICE TO PROCEED. 2-7 MAINTAIN CLEAN SITE

The Contractor shall maintain the Work Site in a neat and orderly manner throughout construction. If, in the determination of the Owner, the Contractor has not adequately maintained a clean, neat and orderly Work Site, the Owner, following reasonable notice to Contractor, may clean the Work Site and charge the Contractor for its costs and expenses in doing so. Upon completion and before making application for acceptance of the Work, Contractor shall clean and remove all rubbish, construction debris, excess materials, temporary structures, machinery, and equipment from all rights-of-way, streets, borrow pits, and all other grounds occupied or affected by Contractor (including its employees, Subcontractors, subsubcontractors of every tier, suppliers, representatives, and agents) arising out of or in connection with the Work; and the same shall be left in a neat and presentable condition. 2-8 TUBERCULOSIS TESTING

The Contractor, all Subcontractors, all Sub-subcontractors who enter the site to perform work shall have current Tuberculosis (TB) screening. Cost(s) associated with TB screening shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. The Contractor shall maintain a list of screened individuals and the date for annual testing. 2-9 ACCEPTANCE OF WORK

Upon completion of the Work, the Work shall be presented to the District Board of Directors for acceptance and, if accepted, the Board of Directors will authorize the Owners Representative to file a Notice of Completion. The Board of Directors shall have no obligation to accept the Work or authorize the Owners Representative to file a Notice of Completion until all Work has been completed to its satisfaction. ARTICLE 3 QUALITY OF THE WORK

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AUTHORITY OF THE OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE

As set forth in Article 1-1 (aa), the Owner's Representative shall act for the Owner for all purposes under this Contract, except as provided in Article 2-9, ACCEPTANCE OF WORK, of these General Conditions. As set forth in Article 1-1 (bb), Parsons has been authorized by Owner and Owners Representative to act as Program Manager for the projects. 3-2 SUPPLEMENTAL DRAWINGS

The Owner shall supplement the Drawings and Specifications to better define the Work as reasonably necessary to enable the Contractor to conduct and complete the Work as required by the Contract Documents. All such supplemental Drawings and/or Specifications delivered to the Contractor by the Owner's Representative shall be deemed written instructions to the Contractor. If the Contractor believes that any supplemental Drawings and/or Specifications call for changes in the Work for which the Compensation Due Contractor or the Contract Time should be adjusted, Contractor shall within ten (10) days of the receipt of the supplemental Drawings and/or Specifications notify the Owner's Representative in writing of Contractors estimate of the changes in the Compensation Due Contractor and/or the Contract Time that Contractor believes to be appropriate. In such event, Contractor shall not conduct such changes in the Work and no payment for changes in the Work will be made and no change in the Contract Time by reason of such changes in the Work will be made, unless the changes are covered by a written order issued by Owner pursuant to Article 2-2 of these General Conditions. To the extent Contractor disagrees with the Owners determination concerning the appropriate equitable adjustment to the Compensation Due Contractor or to the Contract Time arising from a change in the Work directed by Owner, any such disagreement or dispute shall not relieve Contractor of its obligation to continue performing the Work, and any changes in the Work, in accordance with the Contract Documents and such supplemental Drawings and/or Specifications. Pending final resolution of such dispute, Contractor shall proceed diligently with performance of the Work, and changes in the Work and Owner shall continue to make payments in accordance with the Contract Documents. In the event the parties are not able to resolve any such disagreement or dispute, the same shall be resolved in accordance with Article 8, CLAIMS AND DISPUTES, of these General Conditions. 3-3 CONFORMITY WITH CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AND ALLOWABLE DEVIATIONS

The Work shall conform to the lines, grades, dimensions, tolerances, and material and equipment requirements shown on the Drawings and Specifications. Although measurement, sampling, and testing may be considered evidence as to such conformity, the Owner's Representative shall be the sole judge as to whether the Work or the materials and equipment deviate from the requirements of the Drawings and/or Specifications, and the decision of the Owners
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Representative as to any allowable deviations therefrom shall be final. If specific lines, grades, and dimensions are not shown on Drawings and/or Specifications, those furnished by the Owner's Representative shall govern. 3-4 MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS

All materials and equipment shall be applied, installed, connected, erected, used, cleaned, and conditioned in accordance with the instructions of the applicable manufacturer, fabricator, supplier, or distributor, except as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents. 3-5 ERRORS OR DISCREPANCIES NOTED BY CONTRACTOR

It is the duty of the Contractor to promptly notify the Owner's Representative in writing of any design, materials, or specified method that the Contractor believes may prove defective or insufficient. If the Contractor believes that a defect or insufficiency exists in design, materials, or specified method and fails to promptly notify the Owner's Representative in writing of this belief, the Contractor waives any right to assert that defect or insufficiency in design, materials, or specified method at any later date in any legal or equitable proceeding against Owner, or in any subsequent arbitration or settlement conference between the Owner and the Contractor. The Owner's Representative, upon receipt of any such notice, will promptly investigate the circumstances and give appropriate instructions to the Contractor. Until such instructions are given, any Work done by the Contractor after he comes to the belief that a defect or insufficiency exists in design, materials, or specified method which is directly or indirectly affected by such alleged defect or insufficiency in design, materials, or specified method will be at Contractors own risk and Contractor shall bear all costs and expenses and be responsible for all damages arising therefrom. If the Contractor, either before commencing Work or in the course of the Work, finds any discrepancy between the Specifications and the Drawings or between either of them and the physical conditions at the site of the Work or finds any error or omission in any of the Drawings or Specifications or in any survey or other information provided by Owner, he shall promptly notify the Owner's Representative of such discrepancy, error, or omission. If the Contractor observes that any Drawings or Specifications are at variance with any applicable law, ordinance, regulation, order, or decree, he shall promptly notify the Owner's Representative in writing of such conflict. The Owner's Representative, upon receipt of any such notice, will promptly investigate the circumstances and give appropriate instructions to the Contractor. Until such instructions are given, any Work done by the Contractor after his discovery of such error, discrepancy, or conflict which is directly or indirectly affected by such error, discrepancy, or conflict will be at Contractors own risk and Contractor shall bear all costs and expenses and be responsible for all damages arising therefrom. 3-6 SUPERVISION AND SUPERINTENDENCE
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The Contractor shall supervise and direct the Work competently and efficiently, devoting such attention thereto and applying such skills and expertise as may be necessary to perform the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall be solely responsible for the means, methods, techniques, sequences, and procedures of construction, but the Contractor shall not be responsible for the negligence of others in the design or selection of a specific means, method, technique, sequence, or procedure of construction which is indicated in and required by the Contract Documents, except as otherwise provided in Article 3-5, ERRORS OR DISCREPANCIES NOTED BY CONTRACTOR, of these General Conditions. The Contractor shall be responsible to see that the completed Work complies with the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall designate and keep on the Work at all times during its progress a competent superintendent who shall not be replaced without written notice to the Owner's Representative. The superintendent will be the Contractor's representative at the Work Site and shall have authority to act on behalf of the Contractor. The name of this superintendent shall be provided to Owner in writing immediately after the Award of Contract. All communications given to the superintendent shall be as binding as if given to the Contractor. During periods when the Work is suspended, the Contractor shall make appropriate arrangements for any emergency Work which may be required. Whenever the superintendent is not present on any particular part of the Work where the Owner's Representative may desire to inform the Contractor relative to interpretation of the Drawings and Specifications or other Contract Documents or to the disapproval or rejection of materials or Work performed, the Owner's Representative may so inform the foreman or other worker in charge of the particular part of the Work in reference to which the information is given. Information so given shall be as binding as if given to the superintendent. Contractor shall enforce strict discipline and good order among its officers, employees, and Subcontractors performing any aspect of the Work. Contractor shall not permit unfit persons or persons lacking the necessary skills for the tasks assigned to them to perform any aspect of the Work. A person, whether employed by Contractor or any Subcontractor, demonstrating a lack of acceptable job skills, insubordination, actions disrupting the Work or good order of others, or faulty workmanship, or the failure to adhere to Contractors planned Project Network Schedule under Section 01 32 00, CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION, shall be deemed to present good cause for Owner to direct, by notice to Contractor, that such person be removed from performing any aspect of the Work. Within ten (10) days of its receipt of such notice, Contractor shall replace, or ensure the replacement of, such individual with a qualified person. Neither the Owner's Representative nor the Owner shall be liable to Contractor, any Subcontractor, or any other person or entity for directing the removal of a workman or supervisor in accordance with the terms of this Article. 3-7 SUBMITTALS

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Submittals are drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules, performance charts, brochures, and other data which are prepared by the Contractor or any Subcontractor, manufacturer, supplier, or distributor and which illustrates some portion of the Work. The Contractor shall review, certify with its approval, and submit for review by the Owner's Representative Submittals as called for in the Contract Documents (including the Specifications and Special Provisions), or requested by the Owner's Representative. Submittals shall be submitted as described in Section 01 33 00. Submittals shall show the name of the Work, the name of the Contractor, and, if any, the names of Contractors Subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and manufacturers. Submittals shall be submitted with promptness and in orderly sequence so as to cause no delay in prosecution of the Work. Submittals shall be complete in all respects. If the Submittals show any deviations from the requirements of the Drawings and Specifications because of standard shop practices or other reasons, the deviations and the reasons therefore shall be set forth in the letter of transmittal. Incomplete Submittals shall be returned to the Contractor, not reviewed by the Owner. No time extensions shall be given due to incomplete shop drawing Submittals. By submitting shop drawings, the Contractor represents that material, equipment, and other Work shown thereon conforms to the Drawings and Specifications, except for any deviations set forth in the letter of transmittal. Within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of said Submittals, the Owner's Representative will return two of the copies of the Submittals to the Contractor with any comments noted thereon. If so noted by the Owner's Representative, the Contractor shall correct the Submittals and resubmit them in the same manner as specified for the original submittal. The Contractor in the letter of transmittal accompanying resubmitted drawings shall direct specific attention to revisions other than the corrections requested by the Owner's Representative on previous submittals. The review by the Owner's Representative is only of general conformance with the design concept of the Work and general compliance with the Drawings and Specifications and shall not be construed as relieving the Contractor of the full responsibility for: providing materials, equipment, and Work required by the Contract Documents; the proper fitting and construction of the Work; the accuracy and completeness of the Submittals; selecting fabrication processes and techniques of construction; and performing the Work in a safe manner. No portion of the Work requiring a submittal shall be commenced until the submittal has been reviewed by the Owner's Representative and returned to the Contractor with a notation indicating that resubmittal is not required. If the Contractor believes that any Submittal or communication relative thereto calls for changes in the Work for which the Contract amount or time for completion of the Work should be changed, Contractor shall not proceed with the changes in the Work so called for except under an order issued by Owner under Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, and shall promptly notify the Owner's Representative in writing of his estimates of the changes in the Contract amount and
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time for completion of the Work he believes to be appropriate. No adjustment in Compensation Due Contractor or Contract Time will be made, unless the adjustments are covered by a written Order by Owner as provided in Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, in advance of the Contractor's proceeding with the changed Work. To the extent Contractor is in disagreement with the Owners determination concerning the appropriate equitable adjustment to the Compensation Due Contractor or to the Contract Time arising from a change in the Work or whether there has been a change in the Work, any such disagreement or dispute shall not relieve Contractor of its obligation to continue performing the Work, and any changes in the Work arising relative to such Submittals, in accordance with the Contract Documents. Pending final resolution of such disagreement or dispute, Contractor shall proceed diligently with performance of the Work, and changes in the Work and Owner shall continue to make payments in accordance with the Contract Documents. In the event the parties are not able to resolve any such disagreement or dispute, the same shall be resolved in accordance with Article 8, CLAIMS AND DISPUTES, of these General Conditions. 3-8 QUALITY AND SAFETY OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

All equipment, materials, and supplies to be incorporated in the Work shall be new, of first quality, and be free from defects and imperfections, unless otherwise specified. All equipment, materials, and supplies shall be produced in a good and workmanlike manner. When the quality of a material, process, or article is not specifically set forth in the Drawings and Specifications, the best available quality of the material, process, or article shall be provided. Workmanship shall be in accordance with the best standard practices. All materials, equipment, and supplies provided shall, without additional charge to Owner, fully conform with all applicable local, state and federal laws, rules, regulations, and orders (including those pertaining to safety, environmental requirements, and construction standards) for their use in the Work, and it shall be Contractor's responsibility to provide only such materials, equipment, and supplies notwithstanding any omission in the Contract Documents therefore or that a particular material, equipment, or supply was specified. The Contract Time for Contract Completion specified in the Contract Documents shall not be affected by any circumstances whatsoever arising from the provisions of this Article. All machinery and equipment provided by the Contractor for the Work shall include locking mechanisms capable of locking any shut-down devices on the machinery and equipment before commencement of any repairs or other work. Any machinery or equipment provided by the Contractor, which does not have this locking ability, shall be altered at the expense of the Contractor to provide these locking mechanisms without compromising any safety features on the equipment or machinery prior to the commencement of any repairs or work on the equipment or machinery. The Contractor shall not commence any work or repairs on any machinery or
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equipment which has been shut down until the locking mechanism has been activated and the Contractor has tagged the applicable machinery or equipment with a tag stating "Danger Do Not Operate." This tag shall include the name of the employee who locked the equipment prior to the commencement of any work or repairs. The Contractor shall insure that all equipment and machinery fully complies with Title 8 of California Administrative Code Sections 3202, 3314, 6003, 2320.4-2320.6, 2530.43, and 2530-86 at all times during performance of the Work. 3-9 STANDARDS, CODES, SAMPLES, AND TESTS

Whenever reference is made to a standard, code, specification, or test and the designation representing the date of adoption or latest revision thereof is omitted, it shall mean the latest revision of such standard, code, specification, or test in effect on the Day the INVITATION TO QUALIFIED BIDDERS is dated. Tests shall be made in accordance with commonly recognized procedures of technical organizations and such special procedures as may be prescribed elsewhere in the Drawings and Specifications. The Contractor shall furnish without charge such samples for testing as may be required by the Owner's Representative. 3-10 OBSERVATION OF WORK BY OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE A. Observation of Work. The Owner's Representative shall at all times have access to the Work at all times during construction and shall be furnished with every reasonable facility for inspection at the construction Site, and at shops or yards, necessary for ascertaining full knowledge respecting the progress, workmanship, and character of materials and equipment used and employed in the Work. Such access shall not be subject to restrictions which are not directly related to the provision and maintenance of health and safety. Whenever the Contractor varies the normal period during which Work or any portion of it is carried on each Day, Contractor shall give timely notice to the Owner's Representative so that the Owner's Representative may be present to observe the Work in progress. If the Contractor fails to give such timely notice, any Work done in the absence of the Owner's Representative will be subject to rejection. The Contractor shall give timely notice to the Owner's Representative in advance of backfilling or otherwise covering any part of the Work so that the Owner's Representative may observe such part of the Work before it is concealed. Any observation of the Work by the Owner's Representative shall not relieve the Contractor of any of Contractors obligations to fulfill the Contract as required in
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the Contract Documents. Defective Work shall be made good, and materials and equipment furnished and Work performed which is not in accordance with the Contract Documents may be rejected notwithstanding the fact that such materials, equipment, and Work have been previously observed by the Owner's Representative or that payment therefore has been made. Subject to Article 2-8, ACCEPTANCE OF WORK, of these General Conditions, the Owners Representative shall have authority to disapprove or reject materials, machinery, equipment, and services furnished and Work performed which, in his or her opinion, is not in accordance with the Contract Documents. Contractor may be issued a "Notice of Non-Compliance" for any portion of the Contract Work that does not satisfy the requirements of the Contract Documents, including the Drawings and Specifications. Work subject to a "Notice of NonCompliance" will not be paid for by the District until such Work is brought into full compliance with the Contract Documents to the satisfaction of the District. An Inspection Notice may be issued if the Contract Work has not been executed in full-compliance with the Contract Documents, including the Drawings and Specifications. The Contractor is responsible for bringing all Work subject to an Inspection Notice into full compliance with the Contract Documents at no additional cost to the District. Technical Reports may be generated for the purpose of documenting the evaluation of, the quality, correctness, functionality, etc. of the Contractor's Work or performance under this Contract in accordance with the requirements of the Contract Documents. B. Owners Right to Audit Records. For purposes of this Article, the word record means any form of communication or representation, including but not limited to letters, words, pictures, sounds, symbols, or combinations thereof, whether contained in handwritten, typewritten, printed, photocopied, photographed, or any form of electronic media, and every other means of recording upon any tangible thing. The Contractor shall maintain all data and records pertinent to the Work performed under this Contract, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, and shall preserve and make available all data and records until the expiration of four (4) years from the date of final payment under this Contract, or for such longer period, if any, as is required by applicable statute or by other provisions of the Contract Documents. Contractor covenants and agrees that it shall require that each Subcontractor utilized in the performance of this Contract shall maintain such records in the same manner and that such records may be audited by Owner.

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Owner has the right to conduct audits of books and records of the Contractor and Subcontractors that relate to the Work. The Owner has the right to audit all costs and accounting information including, without limitation, books, documents, logs, and records (including electronic media) of the Contractor and its Subcontractors relating to this Contract or to the construction of the Work. Upon 24 hours advance written notice the Contractor or Subcontractor shall provide proper facilities for such access, and inspection. The Contractor agrees to include the provisions of this Article in and to make them applicable to all Subcontracts of any tier. Access to records is not limited to the required retention periods. The authorized representative of Owner shall have access to records at any reasonable time for as long as the records are maintained. The provisions of this Article shall survive termination of the Contract and Contract Completion. 3-11 REMOVAL OF DEFECTIVE AND UNAUTHORIZED WORK

In addition to any other warranties in the Contract Documents, the Contractor warrants that Work performed under this Contract conforms to the Contract requirements and is free of any defect in equipment, material, or design furnished, or workmanship performed by the Contractor or any Subcontractor or supplier at any tier. Any Work which does not conform to the requirements of the Contract Documents shall be remedied or removed and replaced by the Contractor, together with any other Work which may be displaced in so doing, and no compensation or additional time for completion of the Work will be allowed Contractor for such removal, replacement, or remedial Work. All nonconforming materials shall be immediately removed from the Site. Corrections to the Work may be required during construction or any applicable warranty period. At the District's option the cost of such corrections may be withheld from progress payments. Any Work done beyond the lines and grades shown on the Drawings or established in writing by the Owner's Representative, or any changes in, additions to, or deductions from the Work made by Contractor without Owners written approval will be considered as unauthorized and Contractor shall not be paid for such unauthorized Work. Owner may require, by written notice to Contractor, that any unauthorized Work be promptly remedied, removed, or replaced by Contractor at Contractor's expense. Contractors failure to promptly comply with Owner's notice shall entitle the Owner to cause nonconforming materials, rejected Work, or unauthorized Work to be remedied, removed, or replaced at the Contractor's expense and to deduct the costs and expenses reasonably incurred in taking such action from any moneys due or to become due Contractor under the Contract. 3-12 ONE-YEAR WARRANTY OF WORK

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In addition to any guarantees or warranties provided by Contractor elsewhere in the Contract Documents, Contractor shall and hereby does warrant that the Work and all equipment and materials shall be free from all defects due to faulty materials, equipment, or workmanship for a period of one year after the date of Acceptance of the entire Work by Owner. This warranty shall not include the Owner Furnished Solar Turbines Mercury 50 Combustion Gas Turbine Generator Package (CGT) described in Article 1.05 of Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK, but shall include Contractors Work to inspect, unload, store, protect, install, test, and commission such CTG. In addition, the Warranty shall not include the existing York International 950 Ton Steam Driven Chiller described in Article 1.06 of Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK, but shall include Contractors Work to inspect, disconnect, move, protect, reinstall, test, and commission such 950 Ton Steam Driven Chiller as provided in Article 1.06 of Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK. Owner shall have the right to make all inspections of the equipment and materials necessary to determine defects due to faulty materials, equipment, or workmanship. Under such warranty, Contractor shall repair or remove and replace any and all Work, together with any other Work which may be displaced in so doing, that is found to be defective within said one-year periods, without expense whatsoever to Owner, ordinary wear and tear and unusual abuse or neglect excepted. In addition, the Contractor shall remedy at the Contractor's expense any damage to District-owned or controlled real or personal property, when that damage is the result of: 1. 2. The Contractor's failure to conform to or comply with Contract requirements; or Any defect of Contractor-furnished equipment, material, workmanship, or design.

The Contractor's warranty with respect to Work repaired or replaced shall be extended for one (1) year from the date of repair or replacement unless otherwise specified. In the event of Contractors failure to comply with the above-mentioned warranty within ten (10) days after being notified by Owner in writing of any failure or defect in the Work or damage, Owner is hereby authorized to proceed to have such failure, defect(s) or damage remedied and made good at the expense of Contractor and Contractor hereby agrees to pay the direct and indirect cost and charges therefore, including compensation for professional services, immediately on demand by Owner. Such action by Owner will not relieve Contractor of its duties and obligations under the warranty required by this Article or any other warranties or guarantees provided by Contractor elsewhere in the Contract Documents. The performance bond and the payment bond shall continue in full force and effect for the warranty period. In the case of an emergency, including but not limited to, disruption of utilities to existing healthcare facilities, disruption of access to existing healthcare facilities, or any other disruption to the operation of existing healthcare facilities, the Contractor will work 24 hours per day, and every Calendar Day until the disruption is removed, repaired, or remedied. If, in the opinion of the Owner, defective Work creates a dangerous condition or requires immediate correction or attention to prevent further loss to the Owner or to prevent interruption
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of operations of the Owner, or in case of emergency, the Owner will attempt to give the notice required by this Article where feasible. However, if the Contractor cannot be contacted or does not comply with the Owner's request for correction within a reasonable time as determined by the Owner, the Owner may, notwithstanding the provisions of this Article, proceed with such corrective action as Owner deems reasonable to repair or remove and replace any and all defective Work at the expense of Contractor and Contractor hereby agrees to pay the cost and charges therefore immediately on demand by Owner. Such action by the Owner will not relieve the Contractor of the guarantees or warranties required by this Article or elsewhere in the Contract Documents. This Article does not in any way limit the Contractors duty to satisfy its guarantee or warranty on any items for which a longer guarantee is specified in the Drawings or Specifications or on any items for which a Subcontractor, manufacturer, or supplier gives a guarantee or warranty for a longer period. The Contractor agrees to act as a co-guarantor or co-warrantor with such manufacturer or supplier for the one year period provided in this Article or for such longer period designated in the guarantee or warranty provided by a Subcontractor, manufacturer, or supplier, whichever is longer, and shall furnish the Owner all appropriate guarantee or warranty certificates provided by Subcontractors, manufacturers, and suppliers upon completion of the Work. No Contractor guarantee or warranty period, whether provided for in this Article or elsewhere, shall in any way limit the liability of Contractor or his sureties or insurers under the indemnity or insurance provisions of these General Conditions or of the Contract Documents. ARTICLE 4 4-1 PROSECUTION AND PROGRESS

SUBCONTRACTING

The Contractor remains responsible for conducting and completing all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents, whether the Work is performed by Contractor, its Subcontractors, or by sub-subcontractors of any tier employed directly or indirectly by its Subcontractors. All deliverables will be prepared in a form and content satisfactory to Owner and delivered in a timely manner consistent with the requirements of the Contract Documents. Nothing contained in the Contract Documents shall create any contractual relationship between any Subcontractor, or sub-subcontractor of any tier, and the Owner. In its contracts with Subcontractors, Contractor shall require such Subcontractors to comply with the terms of the Contract Documents as applicable to their respective portions of the Work. The divisions and sections of the Specifications and the identifications of any drawings shall not control the Contractor in dividing the Work among Subcontractors. With respect to all required warranties and guarantees, expressed or implied, from Subcontractors, manufacturers, or suppliers for Work performed and materials furnished under this Contract, the Contractor shall:

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Obtain all warranties and guarantees that would be given in normal commercial practice; Require all warranties and guarantees to be executed, in writing, for the benefit of the Owner; Enforce all warranties and guarantees for the benefit of the Owner; Submit all warranties and guarantees in duplicate, signed by all pertinent parties and by Contractor in every case, with modifications as may be approved by the District CEO to suit conditions pertaining to the warranty or guarantee. Collect and assemble written warranties and guarantees into a bound booklet and deliver the bound book to the Owner for review and approval as a pre-condition to Contract Completion.

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In the event the Contractor's warranty has expired, the Owner may bring suit at Owner's expense to enforce a Subcontractor's, manufacturers, or supplier's warranty. Unless a defect is caused by the Contractor or Subcontractor or supplier at any tier, the Contractor shall not be liable for the repair of any defects of material or design furnished by the Owner nor for the repair of any damage that results from any defect in Owner-furnished material or design. This warranty shall not limit the Owner's rights under other provisions of the Contract or as provided by law with respect to latent defects, gross mistakes, or fraud. 4-2 ASSIGNMENT

Neither Contractors obligations, duties, and responsibilities under the Contract nor the Contract may be assigned by Contractor, except upon the written consent of the Owner. Consent will not be given to any proposed assignment which would relieve the original Contractor or Contractors surety of their responsibilities under the Contract, nor will the Owner consent to any assignment of a part of the Work under the Contract. Upon obtaining a prior written consent of the Owner, the Contractor may assign moneys due or to become due Contractor under the Contract, to the extent permitted by law, but any assignment of moneys shall be subject to all proper setoffs in favor of the Owner and to all deductions provided for in the Contract, and particularly all money withheld, whether assigned or not, shall be subject to being used by the Owner for the completion of the Work or, to remedy defects in the Work as provided in the Contract Documents.

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No assignment of this Contract will be approved unless it shall contain a provision that the funds to be paid to the assignee under the assignment are subject to a prior lien for labor or services rendered or for equipment or materials supplied for performance of the Work called for under the Contract in favor of all persons, firms, or corporations rendering such labor or services or supplying such equipment or materials and that the Owner may withhold funds, as provided in the Contract, until all Work required by the Contract Documents is completed to the Owner's satisfaction. If the Contractor shall, without Owners prior consent, assign, transfer, convey, sublet, or otherwise dispose of the Contract, or of its right, title or interest therein, or of any of the moneys to become due under the Contract, to any other person, company, or other corporation, the Contract may, at the option of the Owner, be terminated, revoked, or annulled, and the Owner shall thereupon be relieved and discharged from any and all liability and obligations growing out of the same to the Contractor, and to its assignee or transferee. No right under the Contract, nor any right to any money to become due hereunder, shall be asserted against the Owner in law or equity by reason of any so-called assignment to the Contract, or any part thereof, or by reason of the assignment of any moneys to become due hereunder, unless authorized as aforesaid by the written consent of the Owner. 4-3 CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND COST BREAKDOWN

The Contractor shall comply with the scheduling and cost breakdown requirements of the Contract Documents, including the requirements set forth in Section 01 32 00, CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION. 4-4 TIME FOR COMPLETION AND FORFEITURE DUE TO DELAY

The Owner shall be entitled to terminate this Contract pursuant to Article 5-21 of these General Conditions if, in the Owner's opinion, the Contractor is failing to carry on the Work diligently or in accordance with the approved construction schedule and breakdown. The Contractor has been advised and understands that time is of the essence in this Contract and with respect to completion of all phases of the Work in accordance with the approved construction schedule. The Contractor shall complete all or any designated portion of the Work called for under the Contract within the time set forth in the Contract Documents and the Contractors Construction Progress Documentation and Cost Breakdown, as approved by Owner. Failure of the Contractor to perform any covenant or condition contained in the Contract Documents within the time period specified shall constitute a material breach of this Contract entitling the Owner to terminate the Contract pursuant to Article 5-21 of these General Conditions unless the Contractor applies for, and receives, an extension of time in accordance with the procedures set forth in this Article and Article 4-5, EXTENSION OF TIME, of these General Conditions. Failure of the Owner to insist upon the performance of any covenant or condition within the time period
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specified in the Contract Documents including the Contractors Construction Progress Documentation and Cost Breakdown, as approved by Owner, shall not constitute a waiver of the Contractor's duty to complete performance of the Work within the specified time unless the waiver is in writing signed by Owner. Owner's agreement to waive a specific time provision or to extend the time for performance of any given aspect of the Work shall not constitute a waiver of such time provision regarding the performance of any other aspect of the Work or of any other time provisions contained in the Contract Documents. Failure of the Contractor to complete performance promptly within the additional time authorized in the waiver or Change Order shall constitute a material breach of this Contract entitling the Owner to terminate the Contract for cause under Article 5-21 of these General Conditions. In the event Contractor shall fail, neglect, or refuse to complete the Work within the Contract Time, as the same may have been adjusted previously, then the Contractor agrees to and shall, in consideration for the Award of Contract, pay to Owner, as Liquidated Damages and not as a penalty, the amount specified in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK, for each Calendar Day beyond the Contract Time provided in the Contract that the Contractor fails to complete the Work. The amount specified in Section 01 11 00, SUMMARY OF WORK, is fixed and agreed on by and between the Contractor and the Owner because of the impracticability and extreme difficulty of fixing and ascertaining the true value of the damages which the Owner will sustain by failure of the Contractor to complete the Work on time, such as loss of revenue, service charges, delays caused to other construction activities of Owner by failure to perform this Contract, and other damages, some of which are indefinite and not susceptible of easy proof, said amount is agreed to be a reasonable estimate of the amount of damages which the Owner will sustain and said amount shall be deducted from any monies due or that may become due to the Contractor, and if said monies are insufficient to cover said damages, then the Contractor shall pay the amount of the difference. The Contractor shall not be deemed in breach of this Contract and no forfeiture due to delay shall be made to the extent any delay in the completion of the Work is due to unforeseeable causes beyond the control and without the fault or negligence of the Contractor (including its officers, employees, Subcontractors, and sub-subcontractors of every tier, or their respective representatives, agents, successors, or assigns), provided Contractor notifies Owner of the delay and its causes and requests an extension of time in accordance with the procedures set forth in this Article and Article 4-5, EXTENSION OF TIME, of these General Conditions. Unforeseeable causes of delay beyond the control of Contractor shall include acts of God, acts of a public enemy, acts of the government, acts of the Owner, or acts of another contractor in the performance of a contract with the Owner, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes, freight embargoes, and weather (except as provided in Section 01 32 00, Construction Progress Documentation, Article 1.03), or delays caused by failure of the Owner or the owner of a Utility to provide for the necessary removal or relocation of existing Utility facilities. To the extent delays in the Work are caused by the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of Contractor, its officers, employees, Subcontractors (including sub-subcontractors
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of any tier), representatives, agents, successors or assigns, such delays shall constitute NonExcusable delays. Excusable delays (those beyond Contractor's control) shall not entitle the Contractor to any additional compensation, subject to the provisions of Section 7102 of the California Public Contract Code which allow for Contractors recovery of damages in instances of unreasonable delay caused by Owner and not contemplated by the parties. When the Contractor considers that the Work, or designated portion there of as set forth in the Contract Documents, is substantially complete, the Contractor shall prepare a list of items to be completed or corrected and complete those items prior to requesting Final Inspection by the District. The failure to include any items on such list does not alter the responsibility of the Contractor to complete all Work in accordance with the Contract Documents. When the District determines that the Work or designated portion thereof is complete, it will issue and record a Notice of Contract Completion. If the Work is not fully completed or corrected to the satisfaction of the District the Contractor will prepare and complete a list of remaining incomplete items prior to requesting Final Inspection from the District again. In the event the Contractor fails to complete or correct the remaining items the District may complete or correct the items and deduct the cost thereof from the remaining Compensation Due Contractor. Warranties required by the Contract Documents, as discussed in Articles 3-12 and 4-1 of the General Conditions shall commence on the date of Contract Completion or designated portion thereof. Contractor shall maintain installations in new condition until the Warranty period begins. Upon Contract Completion or completion of designated portions thereof and upon application of the Contractor, the Owner, in the Owner's sole discretion, may release and/or reduce the amounts retained subject to the limitations of Public Contract Code. 4-5 EXTENSION OF TIME

The Contractor shall not be entitled to any increase in the Compensation Due Contractor as a result of the Owner's approval of any extension of Contract Time, except to the extent that Contractor notifies Owner of its claim for an increase in the Compensation Due Contractor as a result of the Owner's approval of any extension of Contract Time and the Owner approves an increase in the Compensation Due Contractor on a properly executed Change Order pursuant to Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, and Article 7, ESTIMATES AND PAYMENTS, of these General Conditions. The time specified in the Contract Documents for completion of all of the Work or any part of the Work may be extended only by a written Change Order executed by the Owner and Contractor or other written order executed by the Owner under Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK. Requests for an extension of time must be delivered to the Owner's Representative within ten (10) consecutive calendar days following the date of the occurrence which caused the delay. The
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request must be submitted in writing and must state the cause of the delay, the date of the occurrence causing the delay, and the amount of additional time requested. Requests for extensions of time shall be supported by all evidence reasonably available or known to the Contractor which would support the extension of time requested. Requests for extensions of time failing to include the information specified in this Article and requests for extensions of time which are not received within the time specified above shall result in the forfeiture of the Contractor's right to receive the extension of time requested. If the Contractor is requesting an extension of Contract Time for completion of the Work because of weather, Contractor shall supply daily written reports to the Owner's Representative describing such weather and the Work which could not be performed that day because of such weather or conditions resulting therefrom and which Contractor otherwise would have performed. The Owner's acceptance of the daily reports shall not be deemed an admission of the Contractor's right to receive an extension of Contract Time for completion of the Work or a waiver of the Owner's right to strictly enforce the time provisions contained in the Contract Documents. When the Contractor has submitted a request for an extension of Contract Time in accordance with the procedures of this Article and Article 4-4, TIME FOR COMPLETION AND FORFEITURE DUE TO DELAY, of these General Conditions, the Owner will ascertain the facts and extent of the delay asserted by Contractor and extend the Contract Time for completing the Work if, in its reasonable judgment, the facts and circumstances justify such an extension, and its determination thereon shall be final and conclusive. An extension of Contract Time may be granted by the Governing Body of the Owner after the expiration of the Contract Time originally fixed in the Contract or as previously extended, and the extension so granted shall be deemed to commence and be effective from the date of such expiration. Subject to the provisions of Article 4-4, TIME FOR COMPLETION AND FORFEITURE DUE TO DELAY, actions or inactions of the Owner, or events for which the Owner has assumed contractual responsibility, which would independently delay the date of Contract Completion beyond the current Contract Completion Date or Contract Time shall be designated as Compensable Delays. Events which are outside the control of, and without the fault or negligence of either the Owner or the Contractor, which would independently delay the date of Contract Completion beyond the current Contract Completion Date or Contract Time shall be designated as Excusable Delays. Actions or inactions of the Contractor, or events for which the Contractor has assumed contractual responsibility, which would independently delay the date of Contract Completion beyond the current Contract Completion Date or Contract Time shall be designated as Nonexcusable Delays.

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Concurrent Delay is any combination of the above three types of delay occurring on a calendar date, except in cases where the combination consists of two or more instances of the same type of delay occurring on a calendar date. Any event, action, inaction, or other cause which may give rise to a delay shall constitute a basis for adjustment in: 1. Contract Time, only if it can be demonstrated that the date of Contract Completion will be delayed beyond the current Contract Completion Date or Contract Time and that the delay is classified as a Compensable or Excusable Delay; and/or Compensation Due Contractor, only if it can be demonstrated that the Contractors time-related costs to complete the Work will be increased and that delay is classified as a Compensable Delay.

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Any extension of time shall not release the sureties upon any bond required under the Contract. 4-6 USE OF COMPLETED PORTIONS

When the Work or any portion of it is sufficiently complete to be utilized or placed into service, the Owner shall have the right upon written notification to the Contractor to utilize such portions of the Work and to place the operable portions of the Work into service and to operate same. Upon said notice and commencement of utilization or operation of such portion of the Work by Owner, Contractor shall be relieved of the duty of maintaining the portions so utilized or placed into service and operation; provided, however, that nothing in this Article shall be construed as relieving the Contractor of the full responsibility for completing the Work in its entirety as required by the Contract Documents, for making good defective Work and materials, for protecting the Work from damage, and for being responsible for damage and for the Work as set forth in the General Conditions and other Contract Documents nor shall such action by the Owner be deemed completion and acceptance of all or any portion of the Work, and such action shall not relieve the Contractor, his sureties, or insurers of the provisions of Article 6, CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE, Article 5-12, INDEMNITY, and Article 3-12, ONE-YEAR WARRANTY, of these General Conditions. ARTICLE 5 5-1 LEGAL RELATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

OBSERVING LAWS AND ORDINANCES

The Contractor shall keep fully informed of all applicable existing and future federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, and regulations which in any manner affect those engaged or employed in the Work or the equipment and materials used in the Work or which in any way affect the
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conduct of the Work and of all such orders and decrees of bodies or tribunals having any jurisdiction or authority over the Work. If any discrepancy or inconsistency is discovered among the Drawings, Specifications, or other Contract Documents for the Work in relation to any such law, ordinance, regulation, order, or decree, Contractor shall forthwith report the same to the Owner's Representative in writing and cease operations on that portion of the Work which may be affected by the discrepancy or inconsistency until the Owner's Representative has given Contractor appropriate instructions as provided for in Article 3-5, ERRORS OR DISCREPANCIES NOTED BY CONTRACTOR, in these General Conditions. The Contractor shall at all times observe and comply with and shall cause all his officers, employees, Subcontractors, suppliers, representatives, agents and suppliers to observe and comply with all applicable existing and future federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, regulations, orders, and decrees, and shall hold harmless, indemnify, and defend the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, employees, representatives, and agents against any loss, liability, claim, cause of action, judgment, penalty, costs and expenses arising from or in connection with the violation of any such law, ordinance, regulation, order, or decree by the Contractor, its officers, employees, Subcontractors (including suppliers and sub-subcontractors of every tier), or their respective employees, Subcontractors, representatives, and/or agents. 5-2 PERMITS AND LICENSES

The Contractor shall procure and pay for all permits and licenses, and give all notices necessary and incidental to the due and lawful prosecution of the Work, except for permits, certificates, and other approvals issued by OSHPD, except as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents. This includes, but is not limited to, Contractor/Manufacturer designed structures such as light poles, shoring, temporary signage, street use, street and sidewalk closure, water treatment and discharge into public drainage systems, dewatering, fencing, guard shacks, removal of parking meters, utilities, utility vaults, street lighting, hydrants, public right of way encroachments, or other items requiring Contractor design. The Contractor shall obtain OSHPD approval for all items and or structures required to be designed by the Contractor/Manufacturer. To comply with Section 3800 of the Labor Code of the State of California, the Contractor and all Subcontractors requiring a permit (building, plumbing, grading, and electrical, etc.) shall file a Workers' Compensation Certificate with the Owner and the relevant governmental body issuing the permit. The Owner will not pay any costs for licenses required in the performance of the Work including, but not limited to, business licenses. The Contractor shall assume this responsibility in total. The Contractor shall cooperate with the Owner and/or Architect of Record to notify OSHPD of the commencement of the Work. 5-3 INVENTIONS, PATENTS, AND COPYRIGHTS

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The Contractor shall pay all royalties and license fees and assume all costs arising from the use of any invention, design, process, materials, equipment, product, or device which is the subject of patent rights or copyrights. The Contractor shall hold harmless, indemnify, and defend the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, and their consultants, and each of their directors, officers, employees, representatives, and agents from and against all claims, damages, losses, expenses, and other costs arising out of any infringement of patent rights or copyrights incident to the use in the performance of the Work or resulting from the incorporation in the Work of any invention, design, process, materials, equipment, product or device, and shall defend all such claims in connection with any alleged infringement of such rights; provided, however, that Contractor shall not be responsible for such defense or loss, when a particular design, process or product of a particular manufacturer or manufacturers is required by the Contract Documents or where the copyright violations are contained in the Drawings, Specifications or other documents prepared by the Owner. However, if the Contractor becomes aware or has a reasonable basis for believing that the required design, process or product is an infringement of a copyright or patent, the Contractor shall be responsible for such loss unless such information is promptly furnished to the Owner Representative. 5-4 PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY

The Contractor shall conduct the Work in such a manner which avoids, or minimizes where avoidance is not feasible, any obstruction or inconvenience to the public, to the extent feasible. Contractor shall have under construction no greater length or amount of Work than Contractor can properly prosecute safely and efficiently with due regard to the public convenience and safety. Convenient access to driveways, houses, and buildings along the line of Work shall be maintained and temporary crossings shall be provided and maintained in good condition where necessary. Not more than one crossing or intersecting street or road shall be closed at any one time. The Contractor shall provide and maintain such fences, barriers, directional signs, lights, and flagmen as are necessary to give adequate warning to the public at all times of any dangerous conditions to be encountered as a result of the construction Work and to give directions to the public for safely avoiding any such dangerous condition. 5-5 RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR INJURIES

Without in any way limiting any other provision of these General Conditions, the Contractor shall be responsible for all losses, liabilities, claims, demands, costs and expenses by reason of any personal injury (including, injury, disease, or death) or damage to or destruction of real or tangible personal property arising out of or in connection with the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of Contractor, Subcontractor, any sub-subcontractor of any
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tier, or anyone for whose acts or omissions they may be liable, in the performance of the Work, except to the extent the same were caused by the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them. Such responsibility shall extend to claims, demands, or liability for loss, damage, or injuries occurring after completion of the Work as well as during the progress of the Work. In the event any Hazardous Substances are utilized in the Work, the Contractor shall take all appropriate precautions to protect persons and property and shall comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations applicable to the installation and handling of such Hazardous Substances. The Contractor is solely responsible for protection of persons and property that could be affected by construction and the Contractor's handling of such Hazardous Substances. Moreover, Contractor shall comply with Section 01 57 13, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROCEDURES. In the event Contractor encounters pre-existing Hazardous Substances at the Site, Contractor shall comply with Section 01 57 13, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROCEDURES. Contractor has been advised that the Owner has Material Safety Data Sheets (hereinafter "MSDS") available for review on any hazardous chemical they may be exposed to while working in or around Owners facilities. It shall be the sole responsibility of Contractor to request and inspect these MSDS forms prior to commencement of any Work and to alert all Contractor employees, Subcontractors (including all sub-subcontractors of every tier), representatives, and agents of the potential for exposure to Hazardous Substances and/or chemicals known to California to cause cancer or reproductive harm, as defined in California Health and Safety Code Section 25249.6, as a result of working in the vicinity of Owners facilities. It shall be the sole responsibility of Contractor to provide the Owners Program Manager with completed MSDS forms for all hazardous substances that the Contractor utilizes as part of the Work prior to the use of any Hazardous Substance and to provide these MSDS forms to the Contractor's employees, Subcontractors (including all sub-subcontractors of every tier), representatives, and agents prior to their exposure to any Hazardous Substance utilized in the Work. Further, Contractor shall comply with all provisions contained in General Industry Safety Orders Section 5194 of Title 8 of the California Administrative Code (the California Hazard Communication Regulation) at all times during performance of the Work. 5-6 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK

Where the Contractor engages one or more Subcontractors upon the Work, they shall coordinate their efforts under the control and guidance of the General Contractor, and shall be responsible, one to the other, for any damage or injury to the Work. In case any Work is let to a Subcontractor, the Contractor shall be at all times responsible for the Work so done to same extent as if the Contractor were doing or had done the Work

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The Contractor shall furnish and maintain all equipment such as stairs, ramps, runways, scaffolds, hoists, shoring, vertical transportation platforms, and similar equipment, required for the proper execution of the Work. All such equipment and construction shall meet all requirements of all ordinances and laws applicable thereto. Until the acceptance of the Work by Owners Board of Directors, the Contractor shall have the responsible charge and care of the Work and of the equipment and materials to be used therein (including equipment and materials for which he has received partial payment or equipment or materials which have been furnished by the Owner) and shall bear the risk of injury, loss, or damage to any part thereof by the action of the elements or from any other cause, whether or not arising from the execution of the Work. The Contractor shall promptly rebuild, repair, restore, and make good all injuries, losses, or damages to any portion of the Work or the equipment or materials occasioned by any cause whatsoever before its completion and acceptance by Owners Board of Directors and shall bear the expense thereof, except to the extent such damage was caused by the negligence or willful misconduct of the Owner, in which event and to such extent the Owner shall reimburse Contractor for the cost of repair. Where necessary to protect the Work and the equipment or materials from damage, the Contractor shall at his expense provide suitable drainage and erect such temporary structures as are necessary to protect the Work and/or the equipment or materials from damage. The suspension of the Work or the granting of an extension of Contract Time for any reason whatever shall not relieve the Contractor of his responsibility for the Work and the equipment and materials as herein specified. Should any part of the Work of this Contract be cut into or damaged by other Contractors hired by Owner, the Contractor and party causing such damage shall make adjustments between themselves relative to reconstruction or repairs and payment for same. Emergency shall be defined as a sudden, unexpected occurrence, involving a clear and imminent danger, demanding immediate action to prevent or mitigate loss of, or damage to, life, health, property, or essential public services. Emergency includes such occurrences as fire, flood, earthquake, or other soil or geologic movements, as well as such occurrences as riot, accident, or sabotage (Gov. Code, 4216). In an emergency, the Contractor, without special instructions or authorizations from Owner, shall undertake such acts as are reasonable and necessary to prevent or mitigate any such loss, damage or injury threatened by the emergency. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this Article, the Contractor shall not be responsible for the cost of repairing or restoring damage to the Work or to the equipment or materials, which damage is determined to have been proximately caused by an Act of God, in excess of five percent (5%) of the Contract amount, provided that the Work or the equipment or materials damaged is built or provided in accordance with accepted and applicable building standards and the Contract Documents including the Drawings and Specifications. For the purposes of this paragraph, "Acts of God" shall include only the following occurrences or conditions and effect: earthquakes in excess of a magnitude of 3.5 on the Richter Scale and tidal waves. Contractor
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shall also not be responsible for repairing or restoring damage to the Work to the extent caused by the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of the Owner Indemnitees, as described in Article 5-12. 5-7 PRESERVATION OF PROPERTY

The Contractor shall exercise due care to avoid injury to existing improvements or facilities, Utility facilities, adjacent property, and trees and shrubbery that are not to be removed. All trees, shrubbery, and landscaping that are not to be removed, Utility facilities, pole lines, fences, signs, survey markers and monuments, buildings and structures, conduits, pipelines under or above ground, sewer and waterlines, all highway or street facilities, and any other improvements or facilities within or adjacent to the Work Site shall be protected from injury or damage, and the Contractor shall provide and install suitable safeguards to protect such objects from injury or damage. If such objects are injured or damaged by reason of the Contractor's operation, they shall be replaced or restored at the Contractor's expense to a condition as good as when the Contractor entered upon the Work, or as good as required by the Contract Documents including the Drawings and Specifications if any such objects are a part of the Work being performed. The fact that any such property, facility, improvement, or underground facility is not shown on the Drawings shall not relieve the Contractor of his responsibility under this Article. In addition to any requirements imposed by law, the Contractor shall shore up, brace, underpin, and protect as may be necessary, all foundations and other parts of all existing structures adjacent to and adjoining the Work Site which may in any way be affected by the excavations or other operations connected with the performance of the Work. Whenever any notice is required to be given by the Owner or the Contractor to any adjacent or adjoining landowner, other party, or governmental body, before commencement of any Work, such notice shall be given by the Contractor. 5-8 5-9 INTENTIONALLY DELETED EXCAVATION PLANS FOR WORKER PROTECTION REQUIRED BY LABOR CODE SECTION 6705

Contractor shall submit to Owner for review and acceptance, in advance of excavation, a detailed plan showing the design of shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions to be made for worker protection from the hazard of caving ground during the excavation of any trench or trenches five (5) feet or more in depth. The plan shall be prepared by a registered civil or structural engineer. As a part of the plan, a note shall be included stating that the registered civil or structural engineer certifies that the plan complies with all CAL-OSHA Construction Safety Orders and regulations, or that the registered civil or structural engineer certifies that the plan is not less effective than the shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions of the CAL-OSHA Construction Safety Orders and regulations.
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The Owner or the Architect or their respective consultants may have made investigations of subsurface conditions in areas where the Work is to be performed. If so, these investigations are identified in Section 00 31 16.23, EXISTING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES REFERENCE INFORMATION, and the records of such investigations are available for inspection at the office of the Owner. The detailed plan showing the design of shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions to be made for worker protection, which the Contractor is required to submit to the Owner for acceptance in advance of excavation will not be accepted by the Owner if the plan is based on subsurface conditions which are more favorable than those revealed by the investigations made by the Owner or the Architect or their respective consultants; nor will the plan be accepted if it is based on soils-related design criteria which is less restrictive than the criteria set forth in the report on the aforesaid investigations of subsurface conditions. The detailed plan showing the design of shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions to be made for worker protection, shall include surcharge loads for nearby embankments and structures, for spoil banks, and for construction equipment and other construction loadings. The plan shall indicate for all trench conditions the minimum horizontal distances from the side of the trench at its top to the near side of the surcharge loads. Nothing contained in this Article shall be construed as relieving the Contractor of the full responsibility for providing shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions which are adequate for worker protection. If in the discretion of the Owners Representative, the Contractor is not maintaining provisions, including sheeting, sloping, shoring, or bracing, of any trench excavation adequate to protect the safety of workers, the Owners Representative shall have the right to immediately shut down the Work Site until the Owners Representative determines that the Contractor is in compliance with the requirements of this Article. Contractor shall not be entitled to any additional Compensation Due Contractor or Contract Time in the event of a shut down. 5-10 SAFETY

The Contractor shall be solely and completely responsible for inspecting and correcting all onsite safety hazards relating to and during any and all aspects of construction of the Work. In addition, the Contractors project manager or construction manager shall have primary, specific authority to order the correction of all on-site safety hazards relating to and during any and all aspects of construction of the Work. The Contractor shall provide at its expense all safeguards, safety devices, and protective equipment, and shall take any and all actions appropriate to providing a safe Job Site. The Contractor shall be considered the controlling employer or correcting employer having specific authority to correct any and all violative safety conditions which may exist at the Work Site during construction of the Work consistent with Labor Code Section 6400, et seq. The Contractor shall instruct any Subcontractors that the Contractors project manager or construction manager is the designated source of information regarding safety hazards which may exist at the Work Site.

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The Contractor shall designate in writing a dedicated Project Safety Official whose sole responsibility shall be at the Job Site at all times, and who shall be thoroughly familiar with the Contractors Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and Code of Safe Practices (CSP). The Project Safety Official shall be available at all times to abate any potential safety hazards and shall have the authority and responsibility to shut down an operation, if necessary. Failure by the Contractor to provide the required Project Safety Official shall be grounds for the Owner to direct the cessation of all Work activities and operations at no cost to the Owner until such time as the Contractor is in compliance. Contractors shall provide Owner with its confined space program if the Work will involve activities or Work within a confined space or the construction and maintenance of a confined space. The right of the Owner or the Owner's Representative to observe or review the Work or Contractor's performance does not include and shall not be construed as a review or observation of the adequacy of any aspect of the Contractor's safety measures in, on, or near the Work Site. 5-11 PERSONAL LIABILITY

No director, officer, employee, representative, or agent of the Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, or their consultants shall be personally responsible for any liability arising under or by virtue of the Contract. 5-12 INDEMNITY

To the fullest extent permitted by law, Contractor agrees to and shall defend, indemnify and hold Owner, the Architect, the Owner's Representative, Owners Program Manager, and their respective directors, officers, employees, representatives, agents, successors and assigns (Owner Indemnitees) harmless from and against any and all losses, liabilities, claims, claims under the California Safe Place Statutes or similar acts pertaining to safety of the Work Site or equipment, causes of action in any judicial or administrative forum, damages, expenses, and other costs, that the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them, may suffer or incur by any reason whatever (Indemnity Claims), which Indemnity Claims may include claims for personal injury (including disease, injury, and death) and/or property damage, arising out of or in connection with the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of Contractor, its officers, employees, Subcontractors (including sub-subcontractors of every tier and any other person for which it is liable), representatives, agents, successors and/or assigns, in the performance of the Work, both on and off the Work Site, except to the extent the same is caused by the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them. To the extent allowed by law, the Contractor agrees to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Owner Indemnitees from and against any and all investigations, complaints, citations, liability, expense, claims and/or causes of action for damages of any nature whatsoever, including but not limited to injury or death to employees of the Contractor, its Subcontractors or the District,
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attributable to any alleged act or omission of the Contractor or its Subcontractors which is in violation of any Cal/OSHA or any other federal, state, or local occupational safety and health law, regulation, or rule. The obligation to defend, indemnify and hold harmless includes all investigations and proceedings associated with purported violations of Section 336.10 of Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations pertaining to multi-employer work sites. The District may deduct from any payment otherwise due the Contractor any costs incurred or anticipated to be incurred by the District associated with any investigation or enforcement proceeding brought by the California Department of Industrial Relations or other governmental agency having jurisdiction under Cal/OSHA related to the Work. Contractor also agrees to defend, indemnify and hold the Owner Indemnitees harmless from and against all losses, liabilities, claims, causes of action in any judicial or administrative forum, damages, expenses, and other costs, which the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them, may incur or suffer arising out of or in connection with the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of Contractor, its officers, employees, Subcontractors (including subsubcontractors of every tier and any other person for which it is liable), representatives, agents, successors and/or assigns in the performance of the Work and Contractors obligations, duties, and responsibilities under the Contract, except to the extent the same were caused by the negligent acts or omissions, recklessness, or willful misconduct of the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them. This indemnity shall include claims by the Owner for damage arising from improper design or workmanship by the Contractor, its Subcontractors and sub-subcontractors of any tier. In any and all claims against the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them, by any employee of the Contractor, any Subcontractor (including any sub-subcontractors of any tier), any supplier, any person directly or indirectly employed by Contractor, any Subcontractor or sub-subcontractor, or any supplier, or person for whose acts the Contractor, any Subcontractor or sub-subcontractor, or supplier may be liable, Contractors indemnity agreements as set forth in this Article shall not be limited in any way by any limitation on the amount or type of damages, compensation, or benefits payable by or for the Contractor, any Subcontractor, any sub-subcontractor or supplier of any tier, or other persons under workers' compensation acts, disability benefit acts, or other employee acts. 5-13 HOURS OF LABOR

Pursuant to the provisions of the California Labor Code, eight hours labor shall constitute a legal days work. Each worker employed in the execution of the Work in excess of eight hours per day, and forty hours during any one week, as first authorized by Owner in writing as set forth below, shall be compensated for all hours worked in excess of eight (8) hours per day and/or forty (40) hours per week at not less than one and one-half (1 ) times the basic rate of pay.

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The Contractor shall forfeit as a penalty to Owner Twenty-Five Dollars ($25) for each worker employed in the execution of the Work by the Contractor, or any Subcontractor, subsubcontractor of any tier, or supplier, for each Calendar Day during which such worker is required or permitted to work more than eight (8) hours in any one calendar day and forty (40) hours in any one calendar week in violation of the provisions of the California Labor Code and, in particular, Sections 1810 through 1815 thereof, inclusive; except that Work performed by employees of Contractor, or any Subcontractor, sub-subcontractor of any tier, or supplier, in excess of eight (8) hours per day and forty (40) hours during any one week, as first authorized by Owner in writing as set forth below, shall be permitted upon compensation for all hours worked in excess of eight (8) hours per day at not less than one and one-half (1) times the basic rate of pay as provided in said Section 1815. No construction Work shall be done on Saturdays, Sundays or holidays recognized by Owner and no Work shall be performed outside of normal working hours (including overtime work, herein collectively called Overtime Work) without the prior written consent of the Owner, unless required under the Specifications. In any event, all Overtime Work shall be subject to written approval of the Owner. Prior to the start of such Overtime Work, the Contractor shall obtain Owners prior written consent and arrange with the Owner for the continuous or periodical inspection of the Work and tests of materials, when necessary. If requests are made by Contractor for Owners permission to Work outside of normal working hours or those hours identified in Section 01 14 00, WORK RESTRICTIONS, and such requests are granted, the Contractor shall bear all extra expense to the Owner for inspection and other incidental expenses caused by such Overtime Work. If the Contract Documents require the Contractor to Work outside of normal working hours or those hours identified in Section 01 14 00, WORK RESTRICTIONS, and/or should the Contractor find it necessary in order to complete the Work according to schedule to perform certain of Contractor's operations on Saturdays, Sundays, holidays or overtime, these operations shall be performed as part of the Work included in the Contract price and shall not constitute a basis for additional payments. The Owner reserves the right to order in writing, Overtime Work, outside of normal working hours, to avoid inconvenience of occupants of existing facilities or to perform special operations that in the judgment of the Owner best serve the intent of the Contract Documents and the orderly prosecution of the Work. If the Owner elects to order Overtime Work, outside of normal working hours, the Contractor shall make all arrangements to supply an adequate work force for the task to be accomplished. Contractor shall submit copies of Contractor's payrolls indicating the premium wages actually paid, and the Owner will issue a Change Order to reimburse the Contractor for Contractor's premium wage costs excluding basic hourly rate. 5-14 PREVAILING WAGES

The Work is a public work within the meaning of Labor Code Section 1720 and Public Contract Code Section 1101, and not less than the prevailing wage as defined in Labor Code
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Sections 1770, et seq., shall be paid to all workers employed on the Work. The Contractor shall comply with all provisions of the Labor Code of the State of California. Under the provisions of said Labor Code, the State Department of Industrial Relations will ascertain the prevailing hourly rate in dollars and details pertinent thereto for each craft, classification or type of worker or mechanic needed to execute any contract which may be awarded by the Owner. Particulars of the current Prevailing Wage Scale, which are applicable to the Work contemplated under the Specifications, are on file with the District and the State Department of Industrial Relations. The Contractor is required to post the applicable prevailing wage rates at the Work Site. The Contractor shall comply with California Labor Code Section 1775. Section 1775 provides that Contractor shall forfeit as a penalty to the Owner Fifty Dollars ($50) for each calendar day or portion thereof for each worker employed by Contractor, or any Subcontractor, subsubcontractor of any tier, or supplier, to perform any part of the Work, who is paid less than the stipulated prevailing rates for such work or craft in which such worker is employed in violation of the provisions of the Labor Code and in particular, Labor Code Sections 1770 through 1780. In addition to said penalty and pursuant to said Section 1775, the difference between such stipulated prevailing wage rates and the amount paid to each worker for each calendar day or portion thereof for which each worker was paid less than the stipulated prevailing wage rate shall be paid to each worker by the Contractor. Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1775, to the extent there is insufficient money due Contractor to cover all penalties forfeited and amounts due, the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall be notified of the violation and the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall be entitled to maintain an action in any court of competent jurisdiction to recover the penalties and the amounts due pursuant to Labor Code Section 1775. Section 1776 of the Labor Code requires Contractor and its Subcontractors to keep accurate payroll records showing the name, address, social security number, work classification, straight time, and overtime hours worked each day and week, and the actual per diem wages paid to each journeyman, apprentice, worker, or other employee employed by him or her in connection with the Work required by these Contract Documents. These payroll records shall be made available for inspection or furnished to all employees, any representative of the Owner, the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, and the Division of Apprenticeship Standards of the Department of Industrial Relations. Contractor understands that it is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure that these payroll records are maintained by Contractor and all Subcontractors and subsubcontractors of every tier performing the Work in accordance with Labor Code Section 1776(h). Labor Code Section 1776 also provides that a certified copy of such payroll records shall be made available upon request by the public for inspection or for copies thereof. However, a request by the public shall be made through either the Owner, the Division of Apprenticeship Standards, or the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. If the requested payroll records have not been provided to the aforementioned agencies, the requesting party shall, prior to being provided the records, reimburse the costs of preparation by the Contractor, Subcontractors, and the entity through which the request was made. The public may not be given

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access to the records at the principal office of the Contractor, Subcontractor, or subsubcontractor. Any copy of records made available for inspection as copies and furnished upon request to the public or any public agency by the Owner, the Division of Apprenticeship Standards, or the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement shall be marked or obliterated to prevent disclosure of an individual's name, address, and social security number. The name and address of the Contractor awarded the Contract or the Subcontractor performing any part of the Work shall not be marked or obliterated. The certified payroll records shall be on forms provided by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement or shall contain the same information as the forms provided by the Division. The payroll records may consist of printouts of payroll data that are maintained as computer records, if the printouts contain the same information as the forms provided by the division and the printouts are verified in the manner specified in Labor Code Section 1776(a). Contractor shall provide a certified copy of these payroll records to any of the aforementioned parties within ten (10) calendar days after receipt of a written request for these records. In the event that the Contractor fails to comply, he shall as a penalty forfeit Twenty-Five Dollars ($25) for each calendar day or portion thereof and for each worker until the Contractor comes into strict compliance with the code. Pursuant to Labor Code Section 1777.1, whenever the Contractor or Subcontractor performing any part of the Work is found by the Labor Commissioner or the Owner to be in violation of Labor Code Section 1770 et seq., except Section 1775, the Contractor, Subcontractor, subsubcontractor or any firm, corporation, partnership, or association of which the Contractor or any Subcontractor, or sub-subcontractor has a substantial interest, shall be ineligible to bid on or to receive any public works contract for a period of not less than one (1) year or more than three (3) years. The period of debarment shall run from the date the determination of the violation is made by the Labor Commissioner. The Owner shall be entitled to withhold wages and penalties due as a result of any violation of the Labor Code from payments due the Contractor in accordance with Labor Code Section 1726. These withheld amounts shall be paid to the Labor Commissioner for disbursement in accordance with Labor Code Section 1730. The Contractor's right to recover these wages and penalties shall be limited as provided in the Labor Code. A copy of the current state prevailing rate of per diem wages is available at the Owner's office. 5-15 TRAVEL AND SUBSISTENCE PAYMENTS

Each worker needed to execute the Work must be paid travel and subsistence payments as defined in the applicable collective bargaining agreements filed in accordance with Labor Code Section 1773.8.
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5-16

APPRENTICES

Attention is directed to the provisions in Sections 1777.5, 1777.6, and 1777.7 of the Labor Code concerning the employment and training of apprentices by the Contractor or any Subcontractor under him. Section 1777.5 provides that prior to commencing work on a contract for public works, every contractor shall submit contract award information to an applicable apprenticeship program that can supply apprentices to the site of the public work. The information submitted shall include an estimate of journeyman hours to be performed under the contract, the number of apprentices proposed to be employed, and the approximate dates the apprentices would be employed. A copy of this information shall also be submitted to the Owner if requested by the Owner. Within 60 days after concluding Work on the Contract, the Contractor and each Subcontractor or subsubcontractor shall submit to the Owner, if requested, and to the apprenticeship program a verified statement of the journeyman and apprentice hours performed on the Contract. The information under this subdivision shall be public. The apprenticeship programs shall retain this information for 12 months. Labor Code Section 1777.5 also provides that every apprentice employed upon public works shall be paid the prevailing rate of per diem wages for apprentices in the trade to which he or she is registered and shall be employed only at the work of the craft or trade to which he or she is registered. Only apprentices, as defined in Labor Code Section 3077, who are in training under apprenticeship standards that have been approved by the Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards and who are parties to written apprentice agreements under Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 3070) of Division 3 of the Labor Code are eligible to be employed at the apprentice wage rate on public works. The employment and training of each apprentice shall be in accordance with either of the following: (1) The apprenticeship standards and apprentice agreements under which he or she is training, or (2) The rules and regulations of the California Apprenticeship Council. The Contractor acknowledges that its rights and duties under Labor Code Sections 1777.5 and 1777.6 are more fully set forth in such Sections and agrees that it will, and will require its Subcontractors and sub-subcontractors, to read, understand and comply with the provisions of such Sections in the employment and training of apprentices. Information relative to apprenticeship standards, wage schedules, and other requirements may be obtained from the Director of Industrial Relations, ex officio the Administrator of Apprenticeship, San Francisco, California, or from the Division of Apprenticeship Standards and its branch offices. Labor Code Section 1777.7 provides that a Contractor or Subcontractor that is determined by the Chief of the Division of Apprenticeship Standards to have knowingly violated Section 1777.5 shall forfeit as a civil penalty an amount not exceeding One Hundred Dollars ($100) for each full
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calendar day of noncompliance. A Contractor or Subcontractor that knowingly commits a second or subsequent violation of Section 1777.5 within a three-year period, where the noncompliance results in apprenticeship training not being provided as required by this chapter, shall forfeit as a civil penalty the sum of not more than Three Hundred Dollars ($300) for each full calendar day of noncompliance. Notwithstanding Labor Code Section 1727, upon receipt of a determination that a civil penalty has been imposed by the Chief, the Owner shall withhold the amount of the civil penalty from Contract progress payments then due or to become due. In the event a Contractor or Subcontractor is determined by the Chief to have knowingly committed a serious violation of any provision of Section 1777.5, the Chief may also deny to the Contractor or Subcontractor, and to its responsible officers, the right to bid on or be awarded or perform work as a subcontractor on any public works contract for a period of up to one year for the first violation and for a period of up to three years for a second or subsequent violation. Each period of debarment shall run from the date the determination of noncompliance by the Chief becomes a final order of the Administrator of Apprenticeship. Contractor acknowledges that his or her rights and duties under Labor Code Section 1777.7 are more fully set forth in such Section and agrees that it is Contractors responsibility to read, understand, and comply with such Section and the other Sections of the Labor Code set forth above applicable to the payment of prevailing wages, the maintenance of payroll records, and work hours for workers. 5-17 WARRANTY OF TITLE

No materials, supplies, or equipment for the Work under this Contract shall be purchased subject to any chattel mortgage or under a conditional sale contract or other agreement by which an interest therein or any part thereof is retained by the seller, supplier, or any other party. The Contractor warrants clear and good title to all materials, supplies, and equipment installed and incorporated in the Work and agrees upon completion of all Work to deliver the premises together with all improvements and appurtenances constructed or placed thereon by him to the Owner free from any claims, liens, encumbrances, or charges and further agrees that neither he nor any person, firm, or corporation furnishing any material or labor for any Work covered by the Contract shall have any right to a lien upon the premises or any improvement or appurtenance thereon, provided that this shall not preclude the Contractor from installing metering devices or other equipment of utility companies or of municipalities, the title of which is commonly retained by the utility company or the municipality. Nothing contained in this Article, however, shall defeat or impair the right of such persons furnishing materials or labor under any bond given by the Contractor for their protection or any right under any law permitting such persons to look to funds due the Contractor in the hands of the Owner. The provisions of this Article shall be inserted by Contractor in all its contracts with Subcontractors, and notices of its provision shall be given to all persons furnishing materials, equipment, labor, services, or supplies for the Work when no formal contract is entered into for such materials.

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In the event that any patented article, material or process is to be installed or used in the performance of the Work as shown on the Drawings or particular Specifications therefore, the Contractor shall pay the royalty chargeable and shall save, keep and bear the Owner harmless from all damage, costs and expenses by reason of any infringement of the patent therefore, by reason of the failure to pay the royalty chargeable for use thereof, by reason of any loss to the Owner in the event that the Owner is enjoined from using such patented article or material, by reason of incidental damage caused by the loss of use and damage to Owners property or Owner in removing same, and by reason of any cost of replacing the article or material the use of which is enjoined. Provided further the Bond for Faithful Performance shall be deemed to expressly apply to this provision of the specifications. 5-18 PROPERTY RIGHTS IN MATERIALS

Nothing in the Contract shall be construed as vesting in the Contractor any right of property in the materials used after they have been attached or affixed to the Work or the soil. All such materials shall become the property of the Owner upon being so attached or affixed. Soil, stone, gravel, and other materials found at the Site and which conform to the Drawings and Specifications for incorporation into the Work may be used in the Work. No other use shall be made of such materials except as may be otherwise described in the Drawings and Specifications. 5-19 MUTUAL RESPONSIBILITY OF CONTRACTORS

Nothing in the Contract shall be interpreted as granting to the Contractor exclusive occupancy of the Work Site. The Contractor must ascertain to his own satisfaction the scope of the Work and the nature of any other contracts that have been or may be awarded by the Owner in the construction of projects related to the Work or otherwise on or adjacent to the Work Site, to the end that the Contractor may perform the Contract in the light of such other contracts, if any. The Contractor shall not cause any unnecessary hindrance or delay to any other contractor working on projects related to the Work or otherwise on or adjacent to the Work Site. Where coordination with other contractors is required, the Contractor shall make the appropriate provisions in Contractor's Network schedule for the access to the Site by other contractors, the schedules of Work developed by them, and any coordination required between any of the other contractors and between the other contractors and Contractor. The Contractor shall perform the Work of the Contract so that it will properly coordinate and fit the work performed by other contractors. Contractor shall give the other contractors every reasonable opportunity to perform their work, store materials and place equipment thereof, and fit their work to the work of other contractors. Contractor shall furnish to the other contractors all information necessary in order that they may properly connect and fit their work to Contractor's in ample time, so that they may have reasonable opportunity to prepare their work
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therefore. Contractor shall make the Work of this Contract ready to receive the work of the other contractors at the time fixed therefore, and shall fit this Work to that of the other contractors at the time fixed therefore. The Contractor shall cooperate with others in the prosecution of all Work and shall not interfere with material, equipment or workers of the District or other contractors engaged by the District at the Site of the Work. All contractors engaged in work at the Site shall have, insofar as practical, equal use of the Site and facilities. In case of disagreement regarding such use, the matter shall be referred to the District, whose decision relative to said use shall govern. If any part of the Contractor's Work depends for proper execution or results upon the work of any other contractor, the Contractor shall inspect and promptly report to Owners Program Manager any apparent discrepancies or defects in such work that render it unsuitable for such proper execution and results. Failure of the Contractor to inspect and report shall constitute an acceptance of the other contractor's work as fit and proper to receive the Contractor's Work, except as to defects which may develop in the other contractor's work after the execution of the Contractor's Work. Should the Contractor cause damage to the work or property of any other contractor on the Project, the Contractor shall, notify the other contractor of the damage, and the Contractor and the other contractors shall make adjustments between themselves relative to repair or payment for such damage. If such other contractor files a claim against the District on account of any damage alleged to have been so sustained, the District shall notify the Contractor who shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless the District at the Contractor's expense. The Contractor will make all temporary elevators, man lifts, stairs, or other vertical transportation or hoisting facilities available for use by the District and its other contractors and consultants at no additional cost to the District. The District will provide adequate notice to the Contractor of Owner provided equipment and material deliveries for the purpose of coordinating vertical transportation needs between the District and Contractor. If through acts of neglect on the part of the Contractor, any other contractor shall suffer loss or damage to their work, the Contractor agrees to settle with such other contractor by agreement or arbitration, if such other contractor will so settle. If such other contractor shall assert any claim against the Owner Indemnitees, or any of them, on account of any damage alleged to have been so sustained, the Owner shall notify the Contractor who shall hold harmless, indemnify, and defend the Owner Indemnitees against any such claim, including any loss, liability, damage, cost and expense arising out of or in connection with any such claim, as provided in Article 5-12. If Contractors performance of the Work under the Contract and the performance of any contract for projects related to the Work or otherwise on or adjacent to the Site are likely to interfere with each other if the performance thereof occurs simultaneously, Owner's Program Manager shall decide which contractor shall cease work temporarily and which contractor shall continue or
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whether the work under the contracts can be coordinated so that the contractors under the various contracts may proceed simultaneously. On all questions concerning conflicting interest of such contractors, the decision of the Owner's Program Manager shall be binding upon Contractor and all other contractors concerned and the Owner Indemnitees, and each of them shall not be responsible for any damages suffered or extra costs incurred by the Contractor resulting directly or indirectly from the award or performance or attempted performance of any other contract or contracts, as discussed above, caused by a decision or omission of the Owner's Program Manager respecting the order of precedence in the performance of such contracts. 5-20 5-21 INTENTIONALLY DELETED TERMINATION FOR BREACH

Each of the following occurrences constitutes an Event of Default under the Contract: (1) Any representation of Contractor set forth in the Contract, or otherwise delivered to Owner pursuant to the Contract, which is false in any material respect when so made or furnished; Contractor becomes insolvent or ceases doing business as a going concern, or makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors, or generally fails to pay, or admits in writing its inability to pay, its debts as they become due; Contractor files a petition seeking for itself, or any proceeding is commenced against Contractor, seeking any reorganization, arrangement, composition, readjustment, liquidation, dissolution, or similar arrangement under any present or future statute, law or regulation relating to bankruptcy or insolvencyor files a voluntary petition in bankruptcy, or is adjudicated a debtor under the United States Bankruptcy Code or an insolvent, or files a petition seeking for itself any reorganization, arrangement, composition, readjustment, liquidation, dissolution, or similar arrangement under any present or future statute, law or regulation relating to bankruptcy or insolvency, and such proceedings are not vacated, stayed, discharged, bonded or dismissed within 60 days following commencement of such proceedings; an appointment is made, with or without the Contractor's consent or acquiescence, of any trustee, receiver, liquidator or other custodian of all or any substantial part of Contractor's assets and properties, and such appointment will not have been vacated, stayed, discharged, bonded or otherwise dismissed within 60 days of the appointment; or, Contractor becomes a Debtor subject to the jurisdiction of the United States Bankruptcy Court, whether as a result of voluntary or involuntary proceedings, and such proceedings are not vacated or dismissed within 60 days of the commencement of Bankruptcy Court jurisdiction; Contractor fails commence the Work within the time required by the Contract;
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Contractor fails to carry on the Work diligently, for whatever reason, in accordance with the approved construction schedule and cost breakdown described in Article 4-3, CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND COST BREAKDOWN, of these General Conditions, or Contractor refuses or fails to prosecute the Work or any separable part thereof with such diligence as will ensure its completion within the time specified in the Contract Documents, or any extension thereof, or Contractor fails to complete the Work within such time; Contractor fails to provide sufficient and properly skilled workers or proper material or equipment to complete the Work in an acceptable manner and without delay; Contractor fails to make prompt payment to Subcontractors for material, equipment, services, or labor as required by the California Labor Code; A violation of Section 00 21 13, Article 1.13, GRATUITIES; Contractor fails to prosecute the Work in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local law or the instructions given by the Owner or Owner's Representative; or, Contractors material failure to perform any of its obligations, duties, or responsibilities under the Contract Documents.

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In the event Contractor fails to perform any of its obligations, duties, or responsibilities under the Contract Documents, or otherwise fails to complete the Work within the time prescribed by the Contract Documents, the Contractor shall be liable to Owner for the actual damages incurred. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Owner agrees that Contractor is not responsible for damages to the extent the same arise out of delays the cause of which is beyond Contractors control and Contractor has met the requirements of Article 4-4 of these General Conditions. If an Event of Default occurs, Owner may, without prejudice to any other remedy Owner may have under the Contract, at law, or in equity, serve written notice upon the Contractor and its surety of Owners intention to terminate the Contract, which notice shall set forth the reasons for Owners intention to terminate the Contract and state that if Contractor fails to cure the Event of Default within ten (10) after Contractors receipt of such notice (or such longer period as Owner in its reasonable discretion may determine if such failure is not capable of being cured within such 10-day period), then Owner may exercise any right, power or remedy available to it under this Contract, or otherwise available to Owner at law or in equity, including the right to terminate the Contract upon written notice to Contractor, in which event Owner shall have no further obligations hereunder or liability to Contractor except as to payment for Work actually performed upon termination in accordance with this provision, the Contractor shall be entitled to no further payments over and above the reasonable value of the actual Work completed as of the effective
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date of termination, less any amounts owed to Owner by Contractor under this Contract and subject to set off of any claims of Owner against Contractor for failure to perform the Work and/or the Contract. No courses of dealing on the part of Owner or delay or failure on the part of Owner to exercise any right will operate as a waiver of such right or otherwise prejudice Owner's rights, powers or remedies. Owners decision to terminate this Contract is not subject to claim or dispute under Article 8. Contractor shall include comparable provisions giving effect to this Article in its contracts with Subconsultants. In the event of any such termination, the Owner shall immediately serve written notice thereof upon the surety and the Contractor, and the surety shall have the right to take over and perform the Contract; provided, however, that if the surety within fifteen (15) calendar days after the serving upon it of a notice of termination does not give the Owner written notice of its intention to take over and perform the Contract or does not commence performance thereof within thirty (30) calendar days from the date of serving said notice, the Owner may take over the Work and prosecute the same to completion by contract or by any other method it may deem advisable for the account and at the expense of the Contractor, and Contractors surety shall be liable to the Owner for any excess cost or other damage occasioned the Owner thereby, and in such event the Owner may, without liability for so doing, take possession of and utilize in completing the Work such materials, appliances, plants, and other property belonging to the Contractor that may be on the Work Site and be necessary therefore. For any portion of such Work that the Owner elects to complete by furnishing its own employees, materials, tools, and equipment, the Owner shall be compensated for such in accordance with the schedule of compensation for force account Work in Article 7-1, PAYMENT FOR CHANGES IN THE WORK, of these General Conditions. The Contractor and Contractor's sureties shall be liable for any damage to the Owner resulting from events of the default, whether or not the Contractor's right to proceed with the Work is terminated. This liability includes any increased costs incurred by the Owner in completing the Work. If the unpaid balance of the Contract amount exceeds the Owners direct and indirect costs of completing the Work, including, but not limited to, all costs to Owner arising from professional services and all costs generated to insure or bond the Work of substituted contractors or subcontractors utilized to complete the Work, such excess shall be paid to Contractor. If such costs exceed the unpaid balance, Contractor shall pay the difference to Owner promptly upon demand; on failure of Contractor to pay, the Surety shall pay on demand by Owner. Any portion of such difference not paid by Contractor or surety within thirty (30) calendar days following the mailing of a demand for such costs by Owner shall earn interest at the rate of ten percent (10%) per annum or the maximum rate authorized by California law, whichever is lower. If, after termination of the Contractor's right to proceed, it is determined that the Contractor was not in default, or that the delay was excusable, the rights and obligations of the parties will be the same as if the termination had been issued for the convenience of the Owner under Article 5-24.
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The foregoing provisions are in addition to and not in limitation of any other rights or remedies available to the Owner under the Contract, at law, or in equity. 5-22 5-23 5-24 INTENTIONALLY DELETED INTENTIONALLY DELETED TERMINATION BY OWNER FOR CONVENIENCE

Owner may at any time, in the exercise of its sole discretion, terminate the Contract and Work in whole or in part, with or without cause, for the convenience of Owner, by providing written notice to Contractor of its intention to terminate the Contract for convenience at least thirty (30) Days before the effective date of termination. In the event Owner terminates less than the entire Contract and Work, the Compensation Due Contractor, and the Contract Time shall be equitably adjusted. So long as the Contractor is not in default under this Contract at the time of such termination, Owner shall make an equitable adjustment to the Compensation Due Contractor taking into account the following: (1) All Compensation then due to Contractor for the terminated portion of the Work up to the effective date of termination based on the Schedule of Values and the percentage of such Work that has been completed less prior progress payments and any applicable Liquidated Damages. Not Used The amount of any advance payments made by Owner to Contractor. Any amounts owing by Contractor to Owner under the terms of the Contract, including any amounts that may be withheld by Owner pursuant to Article 7-2, PROGRESS PAYMENTS. No amount shall be payable by Owner for any part of the Work not performed by Contractor as a result of the termination or otherwise, for the Contractor's anticipated profit or loss of profits on the value of the Work not performed by the Contractor (or for any anticipated profit or loss of profit on the value of the Work not performed by any subcontractor of any tier), or for any loss, cost, damage, administrative or overhead expenses, or consequential damages which Contractor, Subcontractor, or any sub-subcontractor of any tier, or any other party may sustain by reason of or in connection with Owners termination of all or any portion of this Contract.

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Contractor hereby expressly waives any and all claims for damages and compensation arising under this Article, except as set forth herein, in the event of such termination.

Upon receipt of written notice from the Owner of such termination for the Owner's convenience, the Contractor shall: (1) Cease operations and incur no further obligations in connection with the terminated Work and, on the date set forth in the notice, the Contractor shall stop Work on the terminated Work as directed by the Owner in the notice; Take actions necessary, or which the Owner may direct, for protection and preservation of the Work; and Except for Work directed to be performed prior to the effective date of termination stated in the notice, terminate all existing subcontracts and purchase orders and enter into no further subcontracts or purchase orders.

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The Owner may direct the Contractor to assign the Contractor's right, title, and interest in terminated orders or subcontracts related to the terminated Work to the Owner. The Contractor must still complete the Work not terminated by the notice of termination and may incur obligations as are necessary to do so. The Owner may require the Contractor to transfer title and deliver to the Owner in the manner and to the extent directed by the District the following: (a) the fabricated or un-fabricated parts, Work in process, completed Work, supplies, and other material produced or acquired for the Work terminated; and (b) the completed or partially completed plans, drawings, information, and other property that, if the Contract had been completed, would be required to be furnished to the Owner. The Contractor shall, upon direction of the Owner, protect and preserve property in the possession of the Contractor in which the Owner has an interest. If the Owner does not exercise this right, the Contractor shall use its best efforts to sell such supplies and manufacturing materials for the benefit of the Owner. Contractor shall include comparable provisions giving effect to this subparagraph in its contracts with its Subcontractors. 5-25 SUSPENSION OF WORK

The Owner, at any time, may order the Contractor in writing to suspend, delay or interrupt all or any part of the Work for such period of time as Owner may determine to be appropriate for the convenience of the Owner. Upon receipt of the order, the Contractor shall immediately comply with its terms and take all reasonable steps to minimize incurring costs allocable to the Work covered by the order during the period of Work stoppage. If the performance of all or any part of the Work is, for an unreasonable period of time, suspended, delayed, or interrupted by (a) an act of the Owner in the administration of this Contract, or (b) by the Owner's failure to act within the
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time specified in this Contract (or, if no time is specified, within a reasonable time), an adjustment in compensation shall be made for any increase in cost of performance of this Contract necessarily caused by such unreasonable suspension, delay, or interruption, and the Contract modified in writing accordingly. However, no adjustment in compensation shall be made under this Article for any suspension, delay, or interruption to the extent (a) that performance would have been suspended, delayed, or interrupted by any other cause, including the fault or negligence of the Contractor, or (b) for which an adjustment is provided for or excluded under any other provision of this Contract. No claim under this paragraph shall be allowed (a) for any costs incurred more than fourteen (14) calendar days before the Contractor shall have notified the Owner in writing of the act or failure to act involved, (but this requirement shall not apply as to a claim resulting from a suspension order), and (b) unless the claim, in an amount stated, is asserted in writing as soon as practicable after the termination of such suspension, delay, or interruption, but not later than the date of Final Payment. No part of any claim based on the provisions of this clause shall be allowed if not supported by adequate evidence showing that the cost would not have been incurred but for a delay within the provisions of this Article. 5-26 NOTICE AND SERVICE THEREOF

Any notice required or given under the Contract shall be in writing, dated, and signed by the party giving such notice or its duly authorized representative, and shall be served as follows: If to the Owner, by personal delivery or by deposit in the United States mail appropriately addressed to the Owners Program Manager at 9001 Wakarusa Street, La Mesa, California, 91942, as provided in the Bid Documents. If to the Contractor, by personal delivery to the Contractor or to his authorized representative at the Site or by deposit in the United States mail appropriately addressed to the Contractor or its authorized representative, as provided on the Bid Form. If to the a surety or any other person, by personal delivery to said surety or other person or by deposit in the United States mail appropriately addressed to such surety or other person, as provided on the bonds. All mailed notices shall be in sealed envelopes, shall be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, with postage prepaid, and shall be addressed to the addresses of the Owners Program Manager or Contractor, as appropriate, as set forth in the Contract Documents or such substitute addresses which a party designates by written notice to the other party. Notices shall be deemed delivered upon personal delivery or two days after depositing the notice in the United States mail in an envelope properly addressed and stamped.

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PARTIAL INVALIDITY

If any provision of this Contract is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, void, or unenforceable, such provision shall be enforceable to the extent allowed by applicable law, and the remaining provisions shall nevertheless continue in full force without being impaired or invalidated in any way. 5-28 LANDS AND RIGHTS-OF-WAY

The lands and rights-of-way necessary for the Work to be constructed will be provided by the Owner. The Contractor shall make its own arrangements and pay all expenses for additional area required by Contractor outside the limits of the lands and rights-of-way provided by Owner. Work in public right-of-way shall be done in accordance with the requirements of the permit issued by the public agency in whose right-of-way the Work is located in addition to conforming to the Drawings and Specifications. If a permit is not required, the Work shall conform to the standards of the public agency involved in addition to conforming to the Drawings and Specifications. 5-29 WAIVER OF RIGHTS

Except as otherwise specifically provided in the Contract Documents, no action or failure to act by the Owner, Architect, Owner's Representative, Owners Program Manager or Contractor shall constitute a waiver of any right or duty afforded any of them under the Contract Documents, nor shall any such action or failure to act constitute an approval of or acquiescence in any breach of the Contract, except as may be specifically agreed in writing. 5-30 TAXES

The Contractor shall pay all sales, consumer, use, employment, and other taxes. 5-31 ASSIGNMENT OF ANTI-TRUST ACTIONS

Section 7103.5 of the California Public Contract Code requires that subsection (b) of such Section 7103.5 be set forth in full in all public works contracts, as follows: In entering into a public works contract or a subcontract to supply goods, services, or materials pursuant to a public works contract, the contractor or subcontractor offers and agrees to assign to the awarding body all rights, title, and interest in and to all causes of action it may have under Section 4 of the Clayton Act (15 U.S.C. Sec. 15) or under the Cartwright Act (Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 16700) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code),
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arising from purchases of goods, services, or materials pursuant to the public works contract or the subcontract. This assignment shall be made and become effective at the time the awarding body tenders final payment to the contractor, without further acknowledgment by the parties. Contractor acknowledges such provision of Section 7103.5(b) and agrees to be bound thereby, and Contractor shall include such provisions in its contracts with Subcontractors for any portion of the Work, and shall require that such Subcontractors include such provisions in their contracts with sub-subcontractors of all tiers. 5-32 MODIFICATION

The Contract may not be altered in whole or in part except by a modification in writing properly executed by all parties hereto or as a result of changes in the Work as provided in Article 2-2 of these General Conditions. 5-33 VENUE

In the event of any legal or equitable proceeding to enforce the terms or conditions of the Contract, the parties agree that venue shall lie only in the federal or state courts in or nearest to the North County Judicial District, County of San Diego, State of California. 5-34 TRAFFIC CONTROL

The Contractor shall be fully responsible for complete, safe and adequate traffic control and shall provide and maintain all necessary equipment, signing, personnel, and whatever else may be necessary for traffic control as is required by the City of La Mesa. Contractor shall obtain an encroachment permit from the City of La Mesa for any Work conducted in the public right-ofway. The Contractor shall also fully comply with requirements or recommended traffic and pedestrian control procedures in accordance with the California Department of Transportation, "Manual of Traffic Controls for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones," latest edition. In addition, flagmen shall be stationed by the Contractor on all Work Sites where traffic lanes are diverted, constricted, relocated, detoured or wherever the traffic flow is disrupted. Traffic control plans shall be prepared by a qualified transportation engineer registered by the State of California. If requested by the Owner, a P.E. Certification Form shall be submitted by the Contractor to this effect. Payment for all Work and materials required for all traffic control, including provision of any temporary detours or temporary traffic line relocations, and the provision of flagmen as may be necessary to keep two way vehicular traffic, pedestrian traffic and bicycle traffic open and safe,

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shall be considered as included in the prices paid for the associated items of Contract Work, and no additional payment shall be made therefore. If in the discretion of the Owners Program Manager the Contractor is not maintaining a safe and adequate traffic control, the Owners Program Manager shall have the right to immediately shut down the Work until the Owners Program Manager determines that the Contractor is in compliance with the Contract Documents. Contractor shall not be entitled to any compensation/delays in the event of a shut down. ARTICLE 6 6-1 GENERAL CONTRACTOR'S INSURANCE

Prior to commencing any Work under the Contract, Contractor shall procure and maintain, at its sole cost and expense, and at all times during the performance of the Work, policies of insurance providing coverage in the amounts and types set forth in the Contract Documents, insuring against injuries to persons and/or damages to property which may arise out of or in connection with Contractors negligent performance of the Work. Included in such Commercial General Liability insurance shall be contractual coverage sufficiently broad to provide insurance coverage of the matters set forth in Article 5-12, INDEMNITY, of these General Conditions. Contractor shall not commence conducting the Work until it has provided Owner with satisfactory evidence that such policies have been procured and are in effect. The policies of insurance shall be obtained from an insurer authorized to do business in the State of California having a rating of at least A:VIII or better as listed in A.M. Bests Insurance Guide. Proof of renewal shall be provided to Owner two weeks before any such policy of insurance expires during the term of the Contract. Contractors insurance policies shall be primary to any insurance or other coverage available to Owner, which shall be deemed excess to Contractors policies of insurance and non-contributing. All deductible amounts under Contractors policies of insurance are payable by Contractor and shall be in amounts not exceeding the amount specified in the liability certificate form. Each insurance policy required hereunder shall provide that coverage shall not be suspended, voided, reduced (other than by endorsement), or cancelled except on thirty (30) days written notice by certified mail, return receipt requested, to Owner (except 10 days notice if cancellation is due to non-payment of premium). The Comprehensive General Liability and Automobile policies of insurance shall name the Owner Indemnitees as additional insureds. The policies of insurance shall not preclude Contractor from waiving the right of subrogation prior to a loss, and Contractor hereby waives all rights of subrogation against Owner. Included in the liability insurance shall be a Cross Liability or Severability of Interest clause. To the extent Contractor cannot procure occurrence policies of insurance, it shall procure insurance covering claims made as a result of the performance of this Agreement with a reporting period of not less than three years following the completion of the Work. Contractors contracts with Subcontractors shall each contain provisions making such

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Subcontractor subject to the same insurance requirements as required of Contractor under this Article, unless other requirements are approved by Owner in writing. The types of insurance the Contractor shall obtain and maintain are Workers' Compensation Insurance and Employers' Liability Insurance, Commercial General Liability Insurance and Automobile Insurance, Builders' Risk "All Risk" Insurance, and, if so determined by the Owner at the time of award of the Contract, Earthquake and Tidal Wave Insurance, all as set forth in the Bid Documents. Workers' Compensation Insurance, Employers' Liability Insurance, Commercial General Liability, Automobile Insurance, and Pollution Liability Insurance shall be maintained in effect for the full warranty period. As evidence of specified insurance coverage, the Contractor shall provide certificates of insurance and endorsements on the forms provided as a part of the Bid Documents. No alteration or substitution of said forms will be allowed. 6-2 WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY INSURANCE

Upon execution of the Agreement, the Contractor shall provide a certificate(s) of insurance certifying that Contractor has obtained for the period of the Contract and the warranty period full Workers' Compensation Insurance coverage for no less than the statutory limits. In addition, Employers' Liability Insurance coverage in limits not less than the amounts set forth in the Contract Documents, for all persons whom Contractor employs or may employ in carrying out the Work under the Contract. At the same time, the Contractor shall provide the insurance endorsement(s) on the forms provided as part of the Bid Documents. This insurance shall be in strict accordance with the requirements of the most current and applicable state Workers' Compensation Insurance laws. 6-3 COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE

Upon execution of the Agreement, the Contractor shall provide a certificate(s) of insurance showing that Contractor has Commercial General Liability Insurance coverage in limits not less than the amounts set forth in the Bid Documents. At the same time, the Contractor shall provide the insurance endorsement(s) on the forms provided as part of the Bid Documents. Included in such insurance shall be contractual coverage sufficiently broad to insure the matters set forth in Article 5-12, INDEMNITY, of these General Conditions. The Commercial General Liability Insurance coverage shall include each of the following types of insurance: A. General Liability
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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) B.

Comprehensive Form. Premises-Operations. Explosion and Collapse Hazard. Underground Hazard. Products/Completed Operations Hazard. Contractual Insurance. Broad Form Property Damage Including Completed Operations. Independent Contractors. Personal Injury.

Automobile Liability (1) (2) (3) (4) Comprehensive Form Including Loading and Unloading. Owned. Hired. Non-Owned.

The Commercial General Liability Insurance shall include the Owner Indemnitees as additional insureds, to wit: the Owner, the AOR, the Owner's Representative, Owners Program Manager, and their respective directors, officers, employees, representatives, agents, successors, and assigns. The insurance afforded to these additional insureds shall be primary insurance. If the additional insureds have other insurance which might be applicable to any loss, the amount of the insurance provided under this Article shall not be reduced or prorated by the existence of such other insurance and Contractors insurance policies shall be primary to any insurance or other coverage available to any additional insured, which shall be deemed excess to Contractors policies of insurance and non-contributing. 6-4 BUILDERS RISK COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION INSURANCE

Contractor shall procure and maintain at Contractor's sole cost and expense, Builders Risk Course of Construction insurance, including earthquake, fire and vandalism coverage, covering the entire Work (including any Owner-furnished material and equipment) against loss or damage until Completion and Acceptance by the Owner. Such insurance shall be in an amount for the replacement cost of the Work and endorsed for broad form property damage, breach of warranty, demolition costs, and debris removal. Deductible not exceeding five percent (5%) of the construction cost and ten percent (10%) for earthquake will be permitted. Said policy to cover Contractor, and, shall name as additional insureds the Contractor's Subcontractors, the Owner, its agents, and any Trustee, under the indenture or trust agreement securing the bonds, certificates of participation, or other evidences of indebtedness issued to finance the Work contemplated herein. The value of the policy shall be in U.S. currency. Insurance shall be provided by an insurer authorized to provide insurance in California with an A.M. Best rating of not less than A:VIII.
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EARTHQUAKE AND/OR TIDAL WAVE INSURANCE

If so determined by the Owner at the time of Award of Contract, the successful Bidder shall procure Earthquake and/or Tidal Wave insurance as further described in Section 00 47 40. The Compensation Due Contractor shall be adjusted pursuant to Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, of Section 00 72 00, General Conditions, to incorporate the reasonable costs of such insurance. 6-6 POLLUTION LIABILITY INSURANCE

Upon execution of the Agreement, the Contractor shall provide a Certificate of Insurance certifying that Contractor has procured Pollution Liability Insurance with coverage limits not less than the amounts set forth in the Bid Documents, providing coverage for bodily injury and property damage, remediation costs and completed operations for pollution incidents arising out of or in connection with Contractors operations and activities in the performance of the Work. 6-7 CONTRACTOR'S LIABILITY NOT LIMITED BY INSURANCE

Nothing contained in these insurance requirements is to be construed as limiting the liability of the Contractor or the Contractor's sureties. ARTICLE 7 7-1 ESTIMATES AND PAYMENTS

PAYMENT FOR CHANGES IN THE WORK

Except as provided in Article 2-2, the Contractor shall not be entitled to any increase in the Compensation Due Contractor due to any change in the Work unless the Contractor submits a written request within ten (10) calendar days from the date of the event which causes the Contractor to request a change in the price. A. Compensation for Changes in the Work 1. Orders issued by Owner directing changes in the Work under Article 2-2, including Change Orders executed by both Parties, represent and constitute full and final settlement for all Compensation Due Contractor and Contract Time (hereinafter referred to as Settlement) associated with the changes in the Work (or event) described therein. Settlement is defined to include all direct and indirect labor costs, all material and equipment expenses, and all impact costs related to and/or occasioned by the changes in the Work described in such orders, as well as all taxes, insurance and profit. It is agreed that the basis of an equitable adjustment to the Compensation Due Contractor for changes in the Work, whether additive or deductive, shall be determined by one or more of the following methods below. For Methods B and C described below, all amounts for direct
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labor, material, equipment, and subcontractor costs, and all amounts for overhead, profit, insurance and all other indirect costs for changes in the Work (except for bonds as provided in paragraph A.2 hereof) shall be computed in accordance with paragraphs A.3 through A.7 and the percentages set forth in paragraphs A.1.c, Table 1 and A.8 (including Table 2) of this Article. The Contractor shall submit Proposed Change Orders (PCOs) on the form provided to them by the Owner. a. Method A By unit prices for items of Work scheduled to be done under the unit price provisions of the Contract. The cost or credit for such added or deleted Work shall be determined by multiplying the number of units added to or deleted from the Work by the applicable unit price. b. Method B 1) By agreed lump sum. All lump sum quotations prepared by the Contractor shall be supported by legible and itemized cost by trades. The itemized breakdown accompanying the quotation shall quantify all added and deleted labor, material, construction equipment directly involved. The Contractor must also obtain, and furnish with quotation, itemized breakdown(s), as described above, and signed by each Subcontractor or vendor participating in the change regardless of tier. All labor cost, including associated fringe benefits, and insurance costs shall be verified by certified payrolls and/or standard rates in accordance with the Prevailing Wage Scale. Itemized breakdowns must include: (a) Certified purchase orders or invoices from vendors demonstrating contractual materials or equipment that was changed or deleted by change order, has been previously purchased and sent to the Contractor or Subcontractors prior to the notice of the contractual change; (b) Evidence of material or equipment discounts received by the Contractor or Subcontractor; (c) Evidence or freight or delivery charges for added or deleted materials and equipment.

2)

c.

Method C If neither Method A nor Method B are agreed upon before the changes to the Work are commenced, then the Contractor shall be paid as follows: The actual cost, documented to the satisfaction of the District, of labor, materials, equipment furnished by the Contractor and/or the actual cost of Subcontractor Work incurred by the Contractor as provided in paragraph A.8 plus the percentages set forth in Table 1 which are considered fair and reasonable compensation for overhead, profit, insurance and all other

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direct and indirect costs of the Changes in the Work (except for bonds as provided in paragraph A.2). Overhead charges shall include those charges as specified in paragraph A.3.c below. TABLE 1
Percentage Multipliers for calculating Markups for overhead, profit, insurance and other indirect costs for Changes in the Work Total Direct Cost $0 - $1,000 Total Direct Cost $1,001 $100,000 Total Direct Cost over $100,000 Multiply cost of Contractor furnished LABOR, as described in Paragraph A.3, by percentage multiplier Multiply cost of Contractor furnished MATERIALS, as described in Paragraph A.4, by percentage multiplier Multiply cost of EQUIPMENT, as described in Paragraph A.5, by percentage multiplier Multiply cost of the first tier SUBCONTRACT Work, as described in Paragraph A.8 by percentage multiplier Category of Work

15%

12%

10%

15%

12%

10%

15%

10%

10%

5%

5%

5%

2.

Contractor may add, upon furnishing to the District satisfactory evidence of the cost thereof, the actual cost of additional bond premiums incurred by the Contractor as a result of the change to the Work up to a sum not to exceed 1.5% of the additional cost to the Work, whether such additional costs were calculated under Methods A, B or C. Labor: The cost of labor used in performing the Work, whether the employer is the Contractor, Subcontractor, or other forces, will be the sum of the following:

3.

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a.

The gross actual wages paid including income tax withholdings but not including any employer payments to or on behalf of the workmen for health and welfare, pension, vacation, insurance, and similar purposes. To the actual gross wages, as defined above, a percentage will be applied, based upon applicable labor rates concerning payments made to or on behalf of workmen other than actual wages. This percentage shall constitute full compensation for all payments other than actual gross wages, as specified above. The Contractor shall compute a separate percentage for each craft, or a composite percentage for all crafts if so approved by the District. All computed percentages shall be submitted to the District for approval within thirty (30) days after receipt of Notice to Proceed #1 with the changes to the Work.

b.

The charges for labor under this Paragraph 3 shall include all classifications up to and including Foremen when engaged in the actual and direct performance of the Work. They shall not include charges for such overhead personnel as superintendents, assistant superintendents, office personnel, timekeepers and maintenance mechanics. 4. Materials: The cost of materials required for the accomplishment of the Work shall be the delivered cost to the purchaser, whether Contractor, Subcontractor, or other forces, from the supplier thereof, except as the following are applicable: a. If cash trade discount by the actual supplier is offered or available to the purchaser, it shall be credited to the District if such discount was taken. If materials are procured by the purchaser by any method which is not a direct purchase from and a direct billing by the actual supplier, to such purchaser, the cost of such materials, shall be deemed to be the delivered price of the actual supplier as determined by the District. If the materials are obtained from a supply or source owned wholly or in part by the purchaser, payment therefore will not exceed the lesser of the price paid by the purchaser for similar materials furnished from said source on Contract items or the current wholesale price for such materials delivered to the Work Site, whichever price is lower. If the Contractor does not furnish satisfactory evidence of the delivered cost of such materials from the actual supplier thereof, the cost of such materials shall not exceed the lowest current wholesale price at which such materials are available in the quantities concerned, delivered to the Job Site, less discounts as provided in subparagraph 4.a.

b.

c.

d.

5.

Equipment: Equipment rented/leased by the Contractor or Subcontractor and utilized on this Work for the purposes of this Article shall be paid for on the basis
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of arms-length rental agreements entered into and invoices paid by the Contractor or Subcontractor for that equipment. These invoices shall be submitted as evidence of the expense incurred. a. The Contractor or Subcontractor shall be paid for the use of owned equipment at prices for the use of machinery and equipment determined by using the equipment use costs published in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EP 1110-1-8, which edition is in effect at the time of the change. Contractor or Subcontractor-owned equipment required to be on stand-by or to be present on the Site even though idle shall be paid for at the standby rate published in EP 1110-1-8. The Contractor or Subcontractor shall furnish all data which might assist the District in the establishment of such rates. 1) Operators of equipment will be paid for as provided under subparagraph A.3 above. All equipment shall be in good working condition and suitable for the purpose for which the equipment is to be used. Contractor is responsible for any necessary repairs and on-going maintenance of said equipment. Unless otherwise specified, manufacturer's ratings and manufacturer modifications shall be used to classify equipment for the determination of applicable equipment rates. Equipment which has no direct power unit shall be powered by a unit of at least the minimum rating recommended by the manufacturer. Individual pieces of equipment or tools having a new value of $500.00 or less, whether or not consumed by use, shall be considered to be small tools and no payment will be made therefor.

b.

2)

3)

4)

6.

Equipment Located at the Site: The time to be paid for equipment located at the Site shall be the time the equipment is required for the changed Work being performed. Moving time, loading, unloading, and hauling will not be paid for if the equipment is already located at the Site. Equipment not located at the Site: For the use of equipment moved to the Site and used exclusively for changed Work, the Contractor will be paid the rates specified in this Article, as follows: a. The period shall begin at the time the equipment is unloaded at the Site; shall include each day that the equipment is at the Site, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and other legal holidays unless the Changes to the Work are performed on such Days; and shall terminate at the end of the Day on which the District directs the Contractor to discontinue the use of
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such equipment. The maximum time to be paid per Day will not exceed eight hours without prior written approval from the Owner. b. Payment for loading, transporting and unloading equipment will be made only when such equipment has been moved to the Site for the sole and express purpose of accomplishing the changed Work.

8.

Subcontracts: The cost for subcontract work will be the actual cost to the Contractor or Subcontractor for Work performed by a Subcontractor as follows: a. The cost incurred by the each Subcontractor, of any tier, for labor, materials and equipment as limited by paragraphs A.3, A.4, and A.5; plus The percentages set forth in Table 2 are considered fair and reasonable compensation for overhead, profit, insurance and all other indirect costs of the changes in the Work (except for bonds as provided in paragraph A.2). TABLE 2
Percentage Multipliers for calculating Markups for overhead, profit, insurance and other indirect costs for Changes in the Work $0 - $1,000 $1,001 $100,000 over $100,000 Category of Work

b.

12%

10%

5%

Multiply cost of Subcontractor LABOR, as described in Paragraph A.3, by percentage multiplier Multiply cost of Contractor furnished MATERIALS, as described in Paragraph A.4, by percentage multiplier Multiply cost of EQUIPMENT, as described in Paragraph A.5, by percentage multiplier Multiply cost of the any SUBCONTRACT Work, as described in Paragraph A.8 by percentage multiplier

12%

10%

5%

12%

10%

5%

5%

5%

5%

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c.

To the total additional cost to the Work as computed in accordance with paragraphs 8.a and 8.b above, the Subcontractor, upon furnishing satisfactory evidence of the cost thereof, the actual cost of additional bond premiums incurred by the Subcontractor as a result of the additional cost to the Work up to a sum not to exceed 1.5% of the additional cost to the Work.

7-2

PROGRESS PAYMENTS

Contractor shall not be entitled to any progress payment until Contractor has completed and signed a progress payment request meeting the requirements of Section 01 20 00, PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES, using AIA Document G702, Application and Certification For Payment and executed the Contractors Certification on the Contractors Payment Application Cover Form attached to Section 01 20 00. All requests for payment shall be itemized and rendered in six (6) copies by the Contractor and shall be certified by the District when found by District to be correct. Cost of bonds or liability insurance shall not be included as a separate line item in the requests for monthly progress payments. No progress payment will be processed unless all information required by the progress payment form has been completed, the progress payment form has been signed by the Contractor, and the progress payment form has been submitted to the Owner for review. Each progress payment request will be reviewed by Owner as soon as practicable after receipt to determine whether the payment request is a proper payment request. Any progress payment request determined not to be a proper payment request by the Owner, in the Owner's sole discretion, shall be returned to the Contractor as soon as practicable but not later than seven (7) days after receipt. Progress payment requests which are returned by the Owner will include a letter explaining the reasons why the payment request is not proper or fails to include information for payment determined necessary by Owner. Owner shall remit payments to Contractor within thirty (30) days of its receipt of Contractors invoices. However, in the event Owner disputes, in good faith, all or any portion of Contractors invoice, it shall timely pay any undisputed amounts invoiced and notify Contractor of the specifics of any disputed amounts within thirty (30) days of its receipt of Contractors invoices. The parties shall resolve any disputed amounts in accordance with this Article and Article 8, CLAIMS AND DISPUTES, of these General Conditions. Any such dispute shall not relieve Contractor of its obligation to continue performing the Work in accordance with this Contract. All payments to Contractor shall be made by check or, at the Contractors written request, by wire transfer to an account designated in writing by Contractor. No payment by Owner for any of the Work shall in any way be deemed to constitute Owners approval or Acceptance of such Work, or any part thereof, and shall not relieve the Contractor of its obligation to perform the Work in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Contract Documents. The number of Days available to Owner to make a payment shall be reduced by the number of Days by which Owner exceeds the seven (7) day progress payment request return requirement set forth above. The parties agree that the thirty (30) day period for payment of undisputed and properly submitted progress payments, and the identification of disputed amounts shall not commence
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running until the Contractor has submitted a progress payment form containing all information determined necessary by Owner to properly process the progress payment request. Any amounts requested by Contractor as part of a progress payment request which are not paid by Owner shall be deemed a "disputed" amount for the purposes of this Article. No deduction shall be made from Contractors progress payment request except for amounts disputed by Owner in a timely manner as provided above. The Owner may withhold money from any progress payment to cover any unpaid claims filed pursuant to Civil Code Sections 3179 et seq. Owner may also withhold money from progress payments, estimated or actual amounts as necessary to protect the Owner from loss or liability due to defective Work not remedied, upon failure of the Contractor to make payments properly to Subcontractors for labor, materials, or equipment, upon Contractors failure to carry out the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents (including withholds in accordance with California Labor Code Section 1727), amounts of any fines or damages incurred by the Owner as a result of the Contractors actions, and amounts claimed by the Owner as forfeiture due to delay or other offsets. If, on Contract Completion, sums due the Contractor are insufficient to pay the Owner for charges against the Contractor, the Owner has the right to recover the balance from the Contractor or the Contractor's surety. Failure of Owner to deduct or dispute any amounts from a progress payment shall not constitute a waiver of the Owners rights to such amounts and Owner shall be entitled to dispute amounts and withhold payment from all or any portion of any progress payment request and/or final payment request for this purpose, even if such dispute or objection was not made with respect to one or more earlier progress payment requests. In the event Owner shall dispute and/or withhold any amounts from a payment request, it shall, as a part of its notice to Contractor of such dispute, provide Contractor with an opportunity to meet and confer regarding such dispute within ten (10) days of Contractors receipt of such notice. In the event Contractor shall fail to perform the Work, meet Contractors schedule, as updated, or otherwise fail to perform in accordance with the Contract and Owner elects not to dispute a progress or final payment on such basis, Owner reserves the right to recover any damages it incurs or suffers arising out of or in connection with such failure(s) of performance by Contractor. In considering any progress payment request, the Owner's Representative shall be entitled to use the cost breakdown as required by Article 4-3, CONTRACTOR'S CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE AND COST BREAKDOWN. In evaluating any progress payment request, the Owner's Representative may take into consideration, along with other facts and conditions deemed by him or her to be proper, the ratio of the difficulty or cost of the Work done to the probable difficulty or cost of the Work remaining to be done. Owner shall retain five percent (5%) of the Contract amount (proportionately withheld from progress payments) until Contract Completion as part security for the fulfillment of the Contract by Contractor, unless Contractor has substituted adequate equivalent securities as authorized by Public Contract Code Section 22300. Pursuant to Public Contract Code Section 22300, the Contractor may substitute equivalent securities for retention amounts which this Contract
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requires. However, the Owner reserves the right to solely determine the adequacy of the securities being proposed by the Contractor and the value of those securities. The Owner shall also be entitled to charge an administrative fee, as determined by Owner in its sole discretion, for substituting equivalent securities for retention amounts. The Contractor agrees that the Owner's decision with respect to the administration of the provisions of Section 22300 shall be final and binding and not subject to subsequent litigation or arbitration of any kind as to acceptance of any securities being proposed, the value of these securities, the costs of administration and the determination of whether or not the administration should be accomplished by an independent agency or by the Owner. The Owner shall be entitled, at any time, to request the deposit of additional securities of a value designated by the Owner, in Owner's sole discretion, to satisfy this requirement. If the Owner does not receive satisfactory securities within twelve (12) Calendar Days of the date of the written request, Owner shall be entitled to withhold amounts due Contractor until securities of satisfactory value to Owner have been received. Payment for mobilization, as set forth in Contractors Bid Form, will be made as provided below. Mobilization shall consist of preparatory work and operations, including, but not limited to, those necessary for the movement of personnel, equipment, supplies, and incidentals to the Site; for the establishment of all offices, buildings, and other facilities necessary for the Work; and for all other work and operations which must be performed, or costs incurred, prior to beginning the Work, as well as all demobilization costs. Payment for mobilization will be as follows: (1) When the Bid Form does not include a separate pay item for mobilization, full compensation for mobilization will be included in the Contract lump sum price or in the prices paid for the various items of Work in a unit price contract, and no additional compensation will be paid. When the Bid Form includes a separate item for mobilization, payment for mobilization will include full compensation for the furnishing of all labor, materials, tools, equipment, administrative costs, and incidentals for mobilization.

(2)

The Owner will pay no greater than ten percent (10%) of the Total Contract Price as a separate pay item for mobilization. In the event the Contractor submits a mobilization pay item greater than ten percent (10%) of the Total Contract Price, the Owner will pay any excess mobilization amount with the Final Estimate and Payment under Article 7-3. Payment for mobilization will be prorated as follows: (1) When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is five percent (5%) or more of the original Contract amount, twenty percent (20%) of the price bid for mobilization or two percent (2%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment.

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(2)

When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is ten percent (10%) or more of the original Contract amount, forty percent (40%) of the price bid for mobilization or four percent (4%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment. When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is twenty percent (20%) or more of the original Contract amount, fifty percent (50%) of the price bid for mobilization or five percent (5%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment. When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is fifty percent (50%) or more of the original Contract amount, seventy percent (70%) of the price bid for mobilization or seven percent (7%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment. When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is seventy percent (70%) or more of the original Contract amount, eighty percent (80%) of the price bid for mobilization or eight percent (8%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment. When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is ninety percent (90%) or more of the original Contract amount, ninety percent (90%) of the price bid for mobilization or nine percent (9%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment. When the monthly partial payment estimate of the amount earned, not including the amount earned for mobilization, bonds, and permits, is one-hundred percent (100%) or more of the original Contract amount, and final cleanup operations have been satisfactorily completed, one-hundred percent (100%) of the price bid for mobilization or ten percent (10%) of the original Contract amount, whichever is the lesser, will be included in said estimate for payment. After final acceptance of the Work, the amount, if any, of the price bid for mobilization in excess of ten percent (10%) of the original Contract amount may be included for payment in the final payment estimate in accordance with Article 7-3 of these General Conditions.

(3)

(4)

(5)

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No payment for mobilization will be paid pursuant to a change in the Work; and, payments for mobilization shall be subject to the retention provided in this Article. The Owner, at its discretion, may authorize "Progress Payments" at the invoiced price, minus retention specified under "Payments", for: 1. 2. Material and equipment delivered to the Site but not incorporated in the Work. Material and equipment delivered and stored off the Site in a bonded warehouse or other location within Grossmont Healthcare District/Owner, which warehouse or other location is satisfactory to and has been approved by the Owner. The provisions allowing payment for stored materials will be applied to large items of equipment and construction materials of special manufacture or order for the job, such as: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Electrical switchgear, generators, transformers over 15 KVA. Mechanical items including air handlers over 15 horsepower, boilers, chillers, fabricated ductwork. Reinforcing steel and structural steel when fabricated to job requirements. Carpeting, floor tile or ceiling tiles. Electrical fixtures (less lamps) and light standards. Door and security hardware. Window wall assemblies. Precast concrete members such as wall panels, "tees" or girders. Medical equipment.

3.

Contractor must furnish with its Request for Payment acceptable evidence showing such material and/or equipment has been paid for in full, together with a verified statement that same is/are free from all liens and encumbrances and will be utilized in the Work covered by this Contract and a material list sufficient for physical inventory at the storage location. All shop drawings and material submittals must be approved prior to authorizing payments.

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All storage, handling and re-handling costs, insurance and responsibility for protection and proper installation of such material and equipment, is the obligation of the Contractor. No payment, pursuant to this provision for material or equipment, shall in any way relieve the Contractor of its responsibility to obtain or provide, at its expense, any such material or equipment, or release the Contractor from any of its obligations under this Contract. Owner may enter upon the Site where the material and/or equipment is stored for inspection, checking, or any other purpose it deems necessary. The Contractor will be reimbursed for any Grossmont Healthcare District/Owner possessory interest property taxes levied against such material or equipment while so stored, upon presentation of a receipted tax bill for same. 7-3 FINAL ESTIMATE AND PAYMENT

Contractor shall not make any request for the final payment until all Work required by the Drawings and Specifications and the remaining Contract Documents has been completed and OSHPD has issued a Certificate of Occupancy for such Work. Upon receipt of a request from Contractor for final payment, the Owner's Program Manager will make a final inspection of the Work done and advise the Contractor of additional Work required before final payment will be processed. All prior progress estimates and payments shall be subject to correction in the final estimate and payment. The final payment shall not be due and payable until thirty (30) days after the date of the Notice of Completion for the Work has been filed at the County Recorders Office for the County of San Diego, California. The date of completion shall be determined in accordance with Public Contract Code Section 7107. In the event of a dispute between the Owner and the Contractor, Owner shall be entitled to withhold from the final payment (including retained amounts) an amount up to one hundred fifty percent (150%) of the disputed amount as provided in Public Contract Code Section 7107. It is mutually agreed between the parties to the Contract that no certificate given or payment made under this Contract, including any progress payment or final payment, shall constitute evidence of performance of the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents and no payment by Owner shall be construed as an acceptance of any defective Work or improper materials. The Contractor shall file with the Owner, prior to the acceptance of the Work, a certificate in form, substantially as follows:

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I (We) hereby certify that all Work has been performed and materials supplied in accordance with the Drawings, Specifications and Contract Documents for the above Work, and that: 1. Not less than the prevailing rates of wages as ascertained by the California Department of Industrial Relations have been paid to laborers, workers and mechanics employed on this Work. There have been no unauthorized substitution of Subcontractors; nor have any unauthorized subcontracts been entered into. No subcontract was assigned or transferred or performed by anyone other than the original Subcontractor; except as provided in Sections 4100-4114, inclusive, of the Public Contract Code. (Signed) ______________________ Contractor Contractor shall not be entitled to final payment until Contractor has executed a release form in accordance with Article 7-5, REQUIRED RELEASES, of these General Conditions. Contractor hereby expressly agrees that final payment shall release the Owner Indemnitees from any and all claims relating to the Work for which Contractor is being paid. It is the declared intention of the parties that this provision comply with Public Contract Code Section 7100 and that this Article shall be construed as in compliance with Public Contract Code Section 7100 to the maximum feasible extent. In any event, the acceptance by the Contractor of final payment shall be and shall operate as a release to the Owner Indemnitees of all claims and all liability to the Contractor for all things done or furnished in connection with this Work, except for claims previously made in writing. No payment, however, final or otherwise, shall operate to release the Contractor or Contractor's Sureties from any obligation under this Contract or the Performance and Payment Bond. 7-4 OWNER'S RIGHT TO MAKE APPLICATION OF WITHHELD AMOUNTS

2.

3.

In addition to the amounts Owner may retain under Article 7-2, PROGRESS PAYMENTS, the Owner may withhold a sufficient amount or amounts from any payment otherwise due to Contractor as in Owners judgment may be necessary to cover: (a) Payments which may be past due and payable for properly filed claims against Contractor or any Subcontractor for labor or materials furnished in or about the performance of the Work on the project under this Contract;

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(b) (c)

Estimated or actual costs for correcting defective Work not remedied; and/or Amounts claims by the Owner as forfeiture due to delay or other offsets.

The Owner may apply amounts withheld from any progress or final payments to the payment or correction of such claims, losses, damages, defective Work or other matters serving as the basis for the amounts withheld, at Owners discretion. In so doing, the Owner shall be deemed the agent of the Contractor and any payments so made by the Owner shall be considered as a payment made under the Contract by the Owner to the Contractor, and the Owner shall not be liable to the Contractor for such payment made in good faith. Such payments may be made without prior judicial determination of such claims, losses, damages, defective Work or other matters. The Owner will render to the Contractor a proper account of such funds disbursed on behalf of the Contractor. 7-5 REQUIRED RELEASES

In accordance with Public Contract Code Section 7100, the Contractor shall not be entitled to payment of any undisputed amounts under this Contract until such time as the Contractor has executed the monthly progress payment form, AIA Document G702, Application and Certification For Payment, and executed the Contractors Certification included in the Contractors Payment Application Cover Form attached to SECTION 01 20 00, PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES, releasing the Owner from all claims relating to Work for which the Contractor is being paid. The Monthly Progress Payment form contains space for the Contractor to claim any disputed amount for each period associated with the Monthly Progress Payment. Contractor hereby expressly agrees that failure on his part to designate any disputed amount for each payment period on the Monthly Progress Payment form shall constitute an express waiver of the right of the Contractor to claim any disputed amount at any later date. The Owner shall have no obligation to pay the Contractor for any Work done until the Monthly Progress Payment form attached to these Contract Documents has been executed by the Contractor and submitted to the Owner. Contractors Monthly Progress Payment application shall be prepared with Section 01 20 00, PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES. ARTICLE 8 8-1 CLAIMS AND DISPUTES

DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCEDURE A. All claims of Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($375,000) or less which arise between Contractor and Owner shall be resolved in accordance with the provisions of California Public Contract Code Sections 20104 through 20104.6 as amended. For purposes of this Section, "Claim" shall mean any separate demand by the Contractor for (A) a time extension, (B) payment of money or damages arising from Work done by, or on behalf of, the Contractor pursuant to the Contract for the

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Work and payment of which is not otherwise expressly provided for or the claimant is not otherwise entitled to, or (C) an amount the payment of which is disputed by the Owner. A copy of Public Contract Code Sections 20104 through 20104.6 is fully set forth in Article 8-3, PUBLIC CONTRACT CODE SECTIONS 20104 THROUGH 20104.6. B. For any claim, as defined in Public Contract Code section 20104(b)(2), in excess of $375,000, the following dispute resolution procedures shall apply: (1) Contractor shall file a claim with the Owners Representative, which claim shall be in writing and prepared and filed in the manner prescribed by Public Contract Code section 20104.2(a), and shall contain a complete explanation necessary to substantiate the claim. Nothing in this Article is intended to or shall be deemed to extend the time limits or supersede the notice requirements otherwise set forth in the Contract Documents for the filing of claims, such as those prescribed in Article 4-4, Time For Completion And Forfeiture Due To Delay, Article 4-5, Extension Of Time, of these General Conditions, and Article 7-3, Final Estimate and Payment. (2) The Owners Representative shall respond in writing to Contractors claim within sixty (60) days of its receipt of the claim, or may request in writing within thirty (30) days of its receipt of such claim any additional documentation it may reasonably require to evaluate the merits of such claim. (3) If additional information is thereafter reasonably required by the Owners Representative, it may be requested and Contractor shall provide the same. (4) The Owners Representative written response to Contractors claim, as further documented, shall be submitted to Contractor within thirty (30) days after receipt of the requested further documentation, or within a period of time no greater than that taken by Contractor to produce such additional information, whichever is greater. (5) If Contractor disputes the response provided by the Owners Representative, or the Owners Representative fails to respond to Contractors claim within the time provided herein, Contractor may provide written notice of such dispute to the Owners Representative within fifteen (15) days of its receipt of the response of the Owners Representative, or within fifteen (15) days of the date such response was required but not provided, demanding an informal conference to meet and confer for purposes of attempting to settle the issues disputed. In addition, the Owners Representative may also demand by written notice to Contractor, within fifteen (15) days of its written response to Contractors claim, an informal
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conference for the same purpose. Upon demand for an informal conference being made by either or both parties, the Owners Representative shall schedule a meet and confer conference within thirty (30) days for settlement of the dispute(s). If neither party has demanded such informal conference within the time periods specified above, Contractor may file a claim as specified in subparagraph (7), below. (6) The Owners Representative and Contractor may mutually agree, in writing, that the meet and confer conference described in subparagraph (5), above, shall consist of or be followed by non-binding mediation. If mediation is agreed upon, the mediation process shall be conducted through a disinterested third party mediator selected within fifteen (15) days of making the agreement to mediate, or within such additional time as the parties mutually agree upon in writing. The parties shall share equally in the mediators fee and other administrative costs to conduct the mediation. (7) If after following the foregoing procedures, any portion of Contractors claim remains in dispute, Contractor may file a claim as provided in Chapter 1 (commencing with section 900) and Chapter 2 (commencing with section 910) of Part 3 of Division 3.6 of Title 1 of the Government Code regarding the disputed claim or portion of such claim. For purposes of these provisions, the running of the period of time within which such Government Code claim must be filed shall be tolled from the time the Contractor submits its claim under this Paragraph B(1) until the time the process described in this Paragraph B, up through Paragraph B(6), is concluded. 8-2 CONTRACTOR SELF-HELP PROHIBITED

Contractor shall not withhold performance of all or any part of the Work to gain potential leverage in negotiating or settling Contractors claims against Owner. Violation of this provision shall be bad faith on Contractors part. This provision is not intended to prohibit Contractor from exercising its rights and remedies under the Contract Documents. 8-3 PUBLIC CONTRACT CODE SECTIONS 20104 THROUGH 20104.6

Public Contract Code Sections 20104 through 20104.6 are set forth below: 20104. (a) (1) This article applies to all public works claims of Three Hundred SeventyFive Thousand Dollars ($375,000) or less which arise between a contractor and a local agency.

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(2) This article shall not apply to any claims resulting from a contract between a contractor and a public agency when the public agency has elected to resolve any disputes pursuant to Article 7.1 (commencing with Section 10240) of Chapter 1 of Part 2. (b) (1) "Public work" has the same meaning as in Sections 3100 and 3106 of the Civil Code, except that "public work" does not include any work or improvement contracted for by the State or the Regents of the University of California. (2) "Claim" means a separate demand by the contractor for (A) a time extension, (B) payment of money or damages arising from work done by, or on behalf of, the contractor pursuant to the contract for a public work and payment of which is not otherwise expressly provided for or the claimant is not otherwise entitled to, or (C) an amount the payment of which is disputed by the local agency. (c) The provisions of this article or a summary thereof shall be set forth in the plans or specifications for any work which may give rise to a claim under this article. This article applies only to contracts entered into on or after January 1, 1991. For any claim subject to this article, the following requirements apply: The claim shall be in writing and include the documents necessary to substantiate the claim. Claims must be filed on or before the date of final payment. Nothing in this subdivision is intended to extend the time limit or supersede notice requirements otherwise provided by contract for the filing of claims.

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20104.2. (a)

(b) (1) For claims of less than Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000), the local agency shall respond in writing to any written claim within 45 days of receipt of the claim, or may request, in writing, within 30 days of receipt of the claim, any additional documentation supporting the claim or relating to defenses to the claim the local agency may have against the claimant. (2) If additional information is thereafter required, it shall be requested and provided pursuant to this subdivision, upon mutual agreement of the local agency and the claimant.

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(3) The local agency's written response to the claim, as further documented, shall be submitted to the claimant within 15 days after receipt of the further documentation or within a period of time no greater than that taken by the claimant in producing the additional information, whichever is greater. (c) (1) For claims of over Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) and less than or equal to Three Hundred Seventy-Five Thousand Dollars ($375,000), the local agency shall respond in writing to all written claims within 60 days of receipt of the claim, or may request, in writing, within 30 days of receipt of the claim, any additional documentation supporting the claim or relating to defenses to the claim the local agency may have against the claimant. (2) If additional information is thereafter required, it shall be requested and provided pursuant to this subdivision, upon mutual agreement of the local agency and the claimant. The local agency's written response to the claim, as further documented, shall be submitted to the claimant within 30 days after receipt of the further documentation, or within a period of time no greater than that taken by the claimant in producing the additional information or requested documentation, whichever is greater. If the claimant disputes the local agency's written response, or the local agency fails to respond within the time prescribed, the claimant may so notify the local agency, in writing, either within 15 days of receipt of the local agency's response or within 15 days of the local agency's failure to respond within the time prescribed, respectively, and demand an informal conference to meet and confer for settlement of the issues in dispute. Upon a demand, the local agency shall schedule a meet and confer conference within 30 days for settlement of the dispute. Following the meet and confer conference, if the claim or any portion remains in dispute, the claimant may file a claim as provided in Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 900) and Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 910) of Part 3 of Division 3.6 of Title 1 of the Government Code. For purposes of those provisions, the running of the period of time within which a claim must be filed shall be tolled from the time the claimant submits his or her written claim pursuant to subdivision (a) until the time that claim is denied as a result of the meet and confer process, including any period of time utilized by the meet and confer process.
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This article does not apply to tort claims and nothing in this article is intended nor shall be construed to change the time periods for filing tort claims or actions specified by Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 900) and Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 910) of Part 3 of Division 3.6 of Title 1 of the Government Code. The following procedures are established for all civil actions filed to resolve claims subject to this article: Within 60 days, but no earlier than 30 days, following the filing or responsive pleadings, the court shall submit the matter to nonbinding mediation unless waived by mutual stipulation of both parties. The mediation process shall provide for the selection within 15 days by both parties of a disinterested third person as mediator, shall be commenced within 30 days of the submittal, and shall be concluded within 15 days from the commencement of the mediation unless a time requirement is extended upon a good cause showing to the court or by stipulation of both parties. If the parties fail to select a mediator within the 15-day period, any party may petition the court to appoint the mediator.

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(a)

(b) (1) If the matter remains in dispute, the case shall be submitted to judicial arbitration pursuant to Chapter 2.5 (commencing with Section 1141.10) of Title 3 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure, notwithstanding Section 1141.11 of that code. The Civil Discovery Act (Title 4 (commencing with Section 2016.010) of Part 4 of the Code of Civil Procedure) shall apply to any proceeding brought under this subdivision consistent with the rules pertaining to judicial arbitration. (2) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon stipulation of the parties, arbitrators appointed for purposes of this article shall be experienced in construction law, and, upon stipulation of the parties, mediators and arbitrators shall be paid necessary and reasonable hourly rates of pay not to exceed their customary rate, and such fees and expenses shall be paid equally by the parties, except in the case of arbitration where the arbitrator, for good cause, determines a different division. In no event shall these fees or expenses be paid by state or county funds. (3) In addition to Chapter 2.5 (commencing with Section 1141.10) of Title 3 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure, any party who after receiving an arbitration award requests a trial de novo but does not obtain a more favorable judgment shall, in addition to payment of costs and fees under
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that chapter, pay the attorney's fees of the other party arising out of the trial de novo. (c) The court may, upon request by any party, order any witnesses to participate in the mediation or arbitration process. No local agency shall fail to pay money as to any portion of a claim which is undisputed except as otherwise provided in the contract. In any suit filed under Section 20104.4, the local agency shall pay interest at the legal rate on any arbitration award or judgment. The interest shall begin to accrue on the date the suit is filed in a court of law.

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FALSE CLAIMS

Pursuant to Government Code 12650, et seq., a person who commits any of the following acts shall be liable to District for three (3) times the amount of damages that District sustains because of the act; and for a civil penalty in an amount up to $10,000 for each and every false claim presented by the Contractor; and for the costs of a civil action brought to recover any of the penalties or damages.
1. Knowingly presents or causes to be presented to an officer or employee of District a false claim for payment or approval. Knowingly makes, uses, or causes to be made or used a false record or statement to get a false claim paid or approved District. Conspires to defraud District by getting a false claim allowed or paid by District. Knowingly makes, uses, or causes to be made or used a false record or statement to conceal, avoid, or decrease an obligation to pay or transmit money or property to District. Is a beneficiary of an inadvertent submission of a false claim to District, subsequently discovers the falsity of the claim, and fails to disclose the false claim to District within a reasonable time after discovery of the false claim. Any other act described in Government Code 12651(a).

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FORUM SELECTION

Contractor hereby agrees to submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the State of California. The exclusive venue of any action brought by Contractor, on Contractor's behalf or on the behalf of any Subcontractor, which arises from this agreement or is concerning or connected with services performed pursuant to this agreement, shall be deemed to be in the courts of the State of California located in San Diego County, California.

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8-6

WAIVER

The waiver by the District of any term, covenant or condition herein contained shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such term, covenant or condition on any subsequent breach of the same or any other term, covenant or condition herein contained. 8-7 PRIOR AGREEMENTS

This Contract contains all of the agreements of the parties hereto with respect to any matter covered or mentioned in this agreement and no prior agreements or understanding pertaining to any such matter shall be effective for any purpose. No provision of this Contract may be amended or added to except by an agreement in writing signed by the parties hereto or their respective successor-in-interest. END OF SECTION

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SECTION 01 11 00 SUMMARY OF WORK PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY OF THE WORK A. Compliance with General Requirements: All portions of the Contract Documents are considered by the District to be an essential part of the Central Energy Plant Work; therefore, the District intends to enforce all Contract Document requirements. The Contractor must be familiar with all elements of Work required by the Contract Documents and provide the resources to comply with all requirements. B. Plans and Drawings, Specifications and Technical Specifications for the Work include but are not limited to the following; a. Sharp Grossmont Hospital, Bid Package No. 002, Central Energy Plant, Project Manual Volume 1, Bidding Documents and General Requirements, dated March 23, 2012. Sharp Grossmont Hospital, Bid Package No. 002, Central Energy Plant, Project Manual Volume 2, Technical Specifications, dated March 23, 2012. Drawings for the Central Energy Plant dated as follows:
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SHEET NAME G-000 COVER SHEET G-001 DRAWING INDEX, APPLICABLE CODES & VICINITY MAP G-002 GENERAL PROJECT INFORMATION C-101 EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY AND DRAINAGE PLAN C-102 EXISTING UTILITY PLAN C-103 EXISTING EASEMENT PLAN CD-100 DEMOLITION PLAN CO-100 OVEREXCAVATION PLAN CO-101 GEOTECHNICAL PLATES CO-102 GEOTECHNICAL PLATES CO-103 GEOTECHNICAL PLATES CG-100 GRADING PLAN AND DRAINAGE CG-101 GRADING PLAN AND DRAINAGE CG-201 NEW STORM DRAIN PROFILE CS-100 CIVIL HORIZONTAL CONTROL PLAN CU-100 WET UTILITY PLAN CU-101 COMPOSITE UTILITY PLAN CU-200 NEW SANITARY SEWER PROFILE C-500 DETAILS C-501 DETAILS C-502 DETAILS C-700 EROSION CONTROL PLAN A-005 NOTES, SYMBOLS & ABBREVIATIONS A-010 HOSPITAL CAMPUS PLAN A-020 LIFE SAFETY SITE PLAN A-021 LIFE SAFETY LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN A-022 LIFE SAFETY LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN A-023 LIFE SAFETY LEVEL 3 FLOOR PLAN A-024 LIFE SAFETY ROOF LEVEL FLOOR PLAN A-060 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN A-061 SITE DETAILS A-101 LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN A-101S LEVEL 1 FLOOR SLAB PLAN A-102 LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN A-102S LEVEL 2 FLOOR SLAB PLAN A-103 LEVEL 3 FLOOR PLAN A-103S LEVEL 3 FLOOR SLAB PLAN A-104 ROOF LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

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A-104S ROOF LEVEL FLOOR SLAB PLAN ENLARGED FLOOR & REFLECTED CEILING PLANS A-400 EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A-401 EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A-410 BUILDING SECTIONS A-411 BUILDING SECTIONS A-412 BUILDING SECTIONS A-413 BUILDING SECTIONS A-420 WALL SECTIONS A-421 WALL SECTIONS A-422 WALL SECTIONS A-460 TYPICAL EXTERIOR WALL TYPES, NOTES & SYMBOLS A-461 EXTERIOR NOTES & DETAILS A-470 TYPICAL EXTERIOR SECTION DETAILS A-480 WINDOW, CURTAINWALL & LOUVER TYPES A-490 ROOF DETAILS A-500 ENLARGED STAIR PLAN AND SECTIONS A-501 STAIR #2 PLANS AND SECTIONS A-560 TYPICAL STAIR DETAIL A-600 TYPICAL MOUNTING HEIGHTS A-601 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A-660 TYP INTERIOR PARTITION TYPES, NOTES AND DETAILS A-661 TYP INTERIOR METAL STUD FRAMING DETAILS A-662 TYP GYPSUM BOARD CEILING AND SOFFIT DETAILS A-670 TYP ACOUSTICAL CEILING DETAILS AND NOTES A-680 TYP DOOR AND FRAME TYPES NOTES & DETAILS A-690 TYP ARCH CASEWORK NOTES, DETAILS & PROFILES A-700 COOLING TOWER TRENCH DETAILS A-701 UTILITY TRENCH & TRENCH DETAILS A-800 EXISTING HOSPITAL & CENTRAL PLANT DETAILS A-801 EXISTING HOSPITAL & BULK O2 ENCLOSURE DETAILS S-001 TYPICAL STRUCTURAL NOTES S-002 TYPICAL STRUCTURAL NOTES S-003 EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES S-100 FOUNDATION PLAN S-101 FOUNDATION PLAN - EQUIPMENT LAYOUT S-102 LEVEL 2 FRAMING/COOLING TOWER FRAMING PLAN S-103 LOW ROOF FRAMING PLAN S-104 HIGH ROOF/STAIR ROOF FRAMING PLAN S-201 BRACE/WALL ELEVATIONS S-202 BRACE/WALL ELEVATIONS S-203 BRACE FRAME/WALL & COOLING TOWER ELEVATIONS S-301 EXTERIOR WALL SECTIONS S-302 EXTERIOR WALL SECTIONS S-303 PARTIAL EXTERIOR WALL ELEVATIONS S-304 PARTIAL EXTERIOR WALL ELEVATIONS S-401 SITE WALL ELEVATIONS S-402 STAIR ELEVATION AND DETAILS S-501 SLAB SECTIONS S-502 SLAB SECTIONS S-503 STRUCTURAL CONCRETE DETAILS S-504 STRUCTURAL BOUNDARY ZONE S-505 STEEL FRAME DETAILS S-701 TYPICAL CONCRETE DETAILS S-702 TYPICAL DETAILS STEEL DECK S-703 TYPICAL DETAILS STRUCTURAL STEEL S-704 TYPICAL DETAILS CONNECTIONS S-705 TYPICAL STAIR DETAILS S-706 TYPICAL DETAILS METAL STUDS S-707 TYPICAL DETAILS SLAB EDGE S-708 TYPICAL DETAILS S-709 TYPICAL DETAILS MISC SUPPORTS S-710 MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS S-711 MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS A-105

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S-712 MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS S-713 MISCELLANEOUS DETAILS S-801 SEISMIC BRACING & HANGER SUPPORT S-802 SEISMIC BRACING & HANGER SUPPORT DETAILS S-803 TYPICAL PIPING/DUCT SUPPORT SCHEDULE M-001 MECHANICAL NOTES, SYMBOLS & ABBREVIATIONS MS-101 MECHANICAL SITE UTILITIES PLAN MS-102 MECHANICAL TRENCH DETAIL ME-101 LEVEL 1 EQUIPMENT GENERAL ARRANGEMENT ME-102 LEVEL 2 EQUIPMENT GENERAL ARRANGEMENT ME-103 LEVEL 3 EQUIPMENT GENERAL ARRANGEMENT ME-104 ROOF LEVL EQUIPMENT GENERAL ARRANGEMENT MP-101 LEVEL 1 PIPING PLAN MP-102 LEVEL 2 PIPING PLAN MP-103 LEVEL 3 PIPING PLAN MP-104 ROOF LEVEL PIPING PLAN MH-101 LEVEL 1 HVAV PLAN MH-102 LEVEL 2 HVAC PLAN MH-103 LEVEL 3 HVAC PLAN MH-104 ROOF LEVEL HVAC PLAN M-101 LEVEL 1 SEISMIC BRACING AND HANGER PLAN M-102 LEVEL 2 SEISMIC BRACING AND HANGER PLAN M-103 LEVEL 3 SEISMIC BRACING AND HANGER PLAN M-104 ROOF SEISMIC BRACING AND HANGER PLAN ME-010 EXIST C.E.P-MECH GA DEMO PLAN ME-011 EXIST C.E.P-MECH PIPING DEMO PLAN ME-012 EXIST C.E.P- CHW INTERCONNECT DEMO PLAN ME-013 EXIST C.E.P- MECH NEW WORK PLAN ME-014 EXIST C.E.P- CHW INTERCONNECT NEW WORK PLAN ME-015 EXIST C.E.P- CHW INTERCONNECT NEW WORK - ROOF ME-300 EXIST C.E.P-MECHANICAL SECTIONS M-301 PLANT EQUIPMENT SECTION VIEWS M-302 PLANT EQUIPMENT SECTION VIEWS M-303 COGEN SECTIONS AND DETAILS M-304 SHAFT SECTIONS AND ENLARGED PLANS MP-501 PIPING SYSTEM DETAILS MP-502 PIPING SYSTEM AND SUPPORT DETAILS MP-503 DETAILS MP-504 DETAILS MP-505 REFRIGERANT ALARM SCHEMATIC AND DETAILS ME-601 MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES ME-602 MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT SCHEDULES ME-700 EXIST C.E.P CHILLED WATER DIAGRAM ME-701 EXIST C.E.P CHILLED WATER DIAGRAM BASE DEMO ME-702 EXIST C.E.P CHILLED WATER DIAGRAM BASE NEW ME-703 EXIST C.E.P CHILLED WATER DIAGRAM ALT DEMO ME-704 EXIST C.E.P CHILLED WATER DIAGRAM ALT NEW MP-700 PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM MP-701 HRSG STEAM & FEEDWATER SYSTEM P&ID MP-702 LOW PRESSURE FUEL GAS SYSTEM P&ID MP-703 HIGH PRESSURE FUEL GAS SYSTEM P&ID MP-704 STEAM DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM P&ID MP-705 COMBUSTION TURBINE SYSTEM P&ID MP-706 HRSG FLUE GAS SYSTEM P&ID MP-707 FIRETUBE BOILER #1 WATER AND AIR SYSTEM P&ID MP-708 FIRETUBE BOILER #2 WATER AND AIR SYSTEM P&ID MP-709 CHILLED WATER SYSTEM P&ID MP-710 CONDENSER WATER SYSTEM P&ID MP-711 FUEL OIL SYSTEM P&ID MP-712 INSTRUMENT AIR SYSTEM P&ID MP-713 FEEDWATER SYSTEM P&ID MP-714 CONDENSATE SYSTEM P&ID MP-715 BLOWDOWN SYSTEMS P&ID MP-716 CHEMICAL TREATMENT SYSTEM P&ID

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MP-717 INDUSTRIAL AND TREATED WATER SYSTEM P&ID MP-718 EMERGENCY GENERATOR SYSTEM P&ID MP-719 PLANT DRAINAGE SYSTEM P&ID MP-720 CHILLED WATER DISTRIBUTION P&ID. MP-721 PLANT AIR BALANCE SCHEMATIC MP-722 EXISTING CONDENSER WATER SYSTEM P&ID MP-723 CHW DIST SYS DIFF PRESSURE TRANSMITTERS MP-724 SITE PIPING AND VAULT P&ID PHASE II FA-100 TITLE SHEET FA-101 LEVEL 1 & LEVEL 2 FIRE ALARM LAYOUT PLAN FA-102 LEVEL 3 AND ROOF FIRE ALARM PLAN FA-103 EQUIPMENT DETAILS FA-104 PANEL DETAILS FA-105 RISER DIAGRAM FA-106 VOLTAGE DROP AND BATTERY CALCULATIONS FP-100 SITE PLAN FP-101 FIRST FLOOR SPRINKLER PIPING PLAN FP-102 LEVEL 3 SPRINKLER PLAN FP-103 SECOND FLOOR SPRINKLER PIPING PLAN FP-104 BUILDING SECTIONS FP-105 NOTES AND DETAILS FP-106 SWAY BRACE DETAILS AND CALCULATIONS P-001 PLUMBING LEGEND & NOTES P-002 PLUMBING SCHEDULES PS-101 PLUMBING SITE PLAN PS-102 PLUMBING EXISTING CENTRAL PLANT P-100 PLUMBING FOUNDATION PLAN P-101 PLUMBING LEVEL 1 FLOOR PLAN P-102 PLUMBING LEVEL 2 FLOOR PLAN P-103 PLUMBING LEVEL 3 PLAN P-104 PLUMBING ROOF PLAN P-200 PLUMBING ENLARGED BULK O2 YARD PLAN P-201 PLUMBING LEVEL1 ENLARGED FLOOR PLAN P-500 PLUMBING DETAILS P-501 PLUMBING DETAILS P-502 PLUMBING DETAILS P-503 PLUMBING DETAILS P-504 PLUMBING DETAILS P-505 PLUMBING DETAILS P-506 PLUMBING DETAILS P-600 PLUMBING DIAGRAMS P-601 FUEL OIL CONTROL SYSTEM DIAGRAM P-602 MONITORING/SENSOR MAP DIAGRAM E-001 ELECTRICAL NOTES, SYMBOLS & ABBREVIATIONS ES-101 ELECTRICAL SITE PLAN ES-102 EXISTING CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT ELECTRICAL PLAN ES-103 ELECTRICAL SITE LIGHTING PLAN ES-104 ELECTRICAL SITE POWER PLAN 1 ES-105 ELECTRICAL SITE POWER PLAN 2 EP-101 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 1 POWER PLAN EP-102 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 2 POWER PLAN EP-103 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 3 LEVEL POWER PLAN EP-104 ELECTRICAL ROOF LEVEL POWER PLAN EL-105 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 1 LIGHTING PLAN EL-106 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 2 LIGHTING PLAN EL-107 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 3 LEVEL LIGHTING PLAN EL-108 ELECTRICAL ROOF LEVEL LIGHTING PLAN EG-109 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 1 GROUNDING PLAN EG-110 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 2 GROUNDING PLAN EG-111 ELECTRICAL LEVEL 3 LEVEL GROUNDING PLAN EG-112 ELECTRICAL ROOF LEVEL GROUNDING PLAN E-501 ELECTRICAL DETAILS E-502 ELECTRICAL DETAILS E-503 ELECTRICAL DETAILS

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E-504 DUCTBANK DETAILS E-505 UNFOLDED MANHOLE DETAILS E-506 UNFOLDED MANHOLE DETAILS E-507 ELECTRICAL DETAILS E-508 ELECTRICAL DETAILS EP-601 LIGHT FIXTURE & FEEDER SCHEDULES EP-602 PANEL SCHEDULES EP-701 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - PRIMARY-SCHM-NORMAL EP-702 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - 480V UNIT SUBSTATIONS EP-703 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - 480V MCC-1 EP-704 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - 480V MCC-2 EP-705 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - 480V MCC AUX EP-706 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - 480V MCC-EQ-1 EP-707 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - 480V MCC-EQ-2 EP-708 SINGLE LINE COGENERATION RELAY DIAGRAM EP-709 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - EMERGENCY POWER EP-710 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - SWITCHBOARD HVSB EP-711 SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM - MISC YARD ELECTRICAL EP-801 GENERATOR,ATS AND ALARM RISER DIAGRAM IC-701 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE DIAGRAM IC-901 CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-902 CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-903 CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-904 HRSG CONTROL CABLE & TERMINATION SCHEDULE IC-905 HRSG CONTROL CABLE & TERMINATION SCHEDULE IC-910 EXISTING OPTO CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-911 EXISTING OPTO CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-912 EXISTING OPTO CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-913 EXISTING OPTO CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-914 EXISTING OPTO CONTROL POINTS LIST IC-915 EXISTING OPTO CONTROL POINTS LIST L-1 IRRIGATION PLAN L-2 IRRIGATION DETAILS L-3 PLANTING PLAN L-4 PLANTING DETAILS

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1.02

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT A. Work to be done under the Contract consists of performance of all labor and services and furnishing all materials, equipment, machinery, tools, supplies, transportation, bailment and other items necessary and incidental to complete construction of the Work as required by the Contract Documents, to complete the construction of the Grossmont Hospital Central Energy Plant. B. The Contract consists of a new two story Central Plant Facility of about 18,000 square feet. The first floor is below grade with access at the West wall. The first floor incorporates refrigeration equipment, the electrical substation and the Combustion Turbine Generator. The second floor will contain the auxiliary boilers, the heat recovery steam generator, the electrical switch gear, steam system auxiliaries, as well as the Control Room and Restrooms, a mezzanine level provides space for medical air and medical vacuum equipment. Cooling Towers will be located on grade along the East edge of the site. Two new Emergency Generators will be provided with acoustical enclosures adjacent to new Cooling Towers. New underground storage tanks will be installed adjacent to the New Central Plant. C. The entire Work described in the Contract Documents is to be constructed by Contractor and is to be as a part of the Lump Sum Bid. There are no Alternates. The Drawings were prepared to provide Owner with the option of inviting Bids for a Base Build Out, Alternate No. 1, and Alternate No. 2; and, references to the Base Build Out, Alternate No.1 and Alternate No. 2 are, therefore, shown in the Drawings. Owner has elected not to exercise that option and has instead elected to invite bids for the entire Work described in the Drawings and the remaining Contract Documents, including all the Work shown as the Base Build Out, Alternate No.1 and Alternate No.2. There are No Alternates for purposes of bidding or completion of the Work.

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D. Excavation is described in Sections 31 20 00, Earthwork, 01 41 00 Regulatory Requirements and Article 1.06 of this Section. Because excavation will be conducted in close proximity to an operating Hospital and to avoid such deleterious vibrations affecting such operations, blasting activities are prohibited, unless prior written approval is obtained from the Owners Program Manager, on a case by case basis, after scheduling coordination with Grossmont Hospital. 1.03 CONTRACT TIME CONTRACTOR shall commence performance of the Contract upon the date specified in the Notice to Proceed #1 (NTP#1), as described in Section 00 55 10, TWO STEP NOTICE TO PROCEED, and shall furnish sufficient forces, facilities and materials, work such hours, including extra shifts and overtime operations, so as to fully perform the Work in accordance with the following major milestones. A. Start of Contract Time also shall commence on the date specified in the NTP#1(see 00 55 10 for 2-step NTP process). B. NTP#2 shall be issued upon the completion and Owners acceptance of all NTP#1 requirements or within 30 days of NTP#1, whichever is later. C. Table 1, below, identifies the major Work Milestones and the Contract Time within which Contractor must achieve such Milestones, counting from the issuance of NTP#1. It also identifies any Liquidated Damages chargeable to Contractor in the event Contractor fails to meet such Milestones (See, Article 1.07 of this Section). Table 1 Contract Time (from NTP#1 designated date) Liquidated Damages Amount per Calendar Day

Milestones 1 2 3 4 5 Notice to Proceed # 1 Notice to Proceed # 2

Description

30 552 552 883 $11,000.00

New Central Energy Plant Building Beneficial Occupancy (Base Build Out) (see note 1) CoGen System Start Up by Contractor (Alternate #1) Full Plant Build Out, Relocate 950T Chiller, Existing Plant Connections Complete (Alternate #2)

7 Contract Completion 947 $11,000.00 Note 1: For purposes of compliance with Milestone 3 of Table, Contractor shall have obtained Beneficial Occupancy of the portion of the Work shown on the Drawings as included in the Base Build Out. 1.04 QUALIFICATION OF THE MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SUBCONTRACTOR A. MECHANICAL SUBCONTRACTOR The General Contractor is to provide the District with written evidence demonstrating its Mechanical subcontractor has successfully completed, within the last five (5) calendar years, in the State of California, at least one (1) Central Utility Plant having a cogeneration system consisting of a combustion turbine generator and heat recovery steam generator (HRSG). Validation of experience shall be provided in the form of company professional project references with current contact information. The Mechanical Subcontractor shall provide a Performance and Payment Bond on the entire amount of their Contract. The Performance and Payment Bond shall be due from the Mechanical Subcontractor two (2) days after receipt of Bids from the General Contractor. B. ELECTRICAL SUBCONTRACTOR VOLUME 1 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT SUMMARY OF WORK BID PACKAGE No. 002

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The General Contractor is to provide the District with written evidence demonstrating its Electrical subcontractor has successfully completed, within the last five (5) calendar years, in the State of California, at least one (1) Central Utility Plant. Validation of experience shall be provided in the form of company professional project references with current contact information. The Electrical Subcontractor shall provide a Performance and Payment Bond on the entire amount of their Contract. The Performance and Payment Bond shall be due from the Electrical Subcontractor two (2) days after receipt of Bids from the General Contractor. 1.05 COMBUSTION TURBINE GENERATOR Owner shall furnish, at Owners expense, and Contractor shall install one (1) Solar Turbines Mercury 50 gas turbine generator package, (collectively the CTG). The Mercury 50 gas turbine generator package is a completely integrated package consisting of a combustion gas turbine, gearbox, and generator, together with all accessories and auxiliary systems necessary for normal operation, all as more fully described in SECTION 263214, COMBUSTION TURBINE GENERATOR and in the proposal prepared by Solar Turbines entitled, Sharp Grossmont Hospital, Proposition G, La Mesa, CA, Solar Turbines Mercury 50, dated February 1, 2012 (Rev 0) referencing Solar Inquiry No. SD08-1025 (which shall be called the Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents). The Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents, from which price provisions have been redacted, are attached to Central Energy Plant Project Manual Volume One, Bidding Documents and General Requirements dated March 23, 2012 as Appendix 1. The Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents are sometimes referred to as being dated February 2, 2012 (Rev 0), however, the documents dated February 2, 2012 and the documents dated February 1, 2012 are the same. Construction Documents for the Central Energy Plant in this Bid Package No. 002 incorporate drawings for the CTG based on the Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents and the typical design guidelines included in the Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents. Contractor shall install the CTG as provided in the Contract Documents (including Section 263214) and the Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents. Whenever such Contract Documents and/or the Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents use the words by others, the term by others shall mean by Contractor. Work which is incidental to the Combustion Turbine Generator and is not specifically included by Solar shall be included by the Contractor in its Lump Sum Price. Solar Turbines shop drawings and other submittals will also be made available as provided in the Solar Mercury 50 Technical Documents. Contractor shall provide all labor, additional material, additional equipment, additional fabrication, installation, testing, and services necessary for a fully functional and safe CTG system operation. To the extent Contractors coordination with Solar Turbines may be necessary for the Work; Contractor shall coordinate and communicate with Solar Turbines through Owners Program Manager or designee. The CTG will be delivered undamaged to the Work Site by Solar Turbines, free of defects or deficiencies, at the time specified in the Construction Schedule. Owner shall reasonably cooperate with Contractor and Solar Turbines in the development of a system designed to accomplish the orderly transportation of the CTG to the Work Site. Such coordination could include the creation of detailed packing lists which describe the items of CTG being shipped to the Site. Contractor shall be required to coordinate CTG delivery scheduling with Owners Program Manager, the Architect, and Solar Turbines. Contractor shall conduct receiving inspection from CTGs shipper, off-loading, site storage and protection of CTG until final acceptance by Owner, and incorporation into the Project as through the Units were purchased by Contractor. Contractor shall request that the Owner immediately remedy any shortage, or defect determined to exist in the CTG. Solar Turbines is responsible for all damage, shortage, of defect in the CTG until the CTG has is delivered and inspected at the Work Site and delivery has been accepted by Contractor. Following Contractors written acceptance of the CTG, Owner will accept CTG in writing from Solar Turbines. Following inspection and acceptance of delivery of the CTG by Contractor, the risk of loss and damages during off-loading, transportation, storage, and installation, through final acceptance by Owner, shall be the responsibility of Contractor and Title to the CTG, upon delivery of the CTG to the Work Site, shall be held by Owner and Owner shall continue to hold title to the CTG through Contract Completion. Any increase in Contractors cost or time of performance due to a failure to comply with this Section 2.1, including the timely delivery of the CTG, shall be March 23, 2012 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT SUMMARY OF WORK 01 11 00 - 7 BID PACKAGE No. 002 VOLUME 1

treated as an event entitling Contractor to an equitable adjustment under Section 00 72 00, GENERAL CONDITIONS. After inspection upon delivery, the CTG shall fall under the care, custody and control of Contractor. Contractor shall be responsible for receiving, handling, installing, testing and other tasks with respect to incorporating the CTG into the Work, as described in the Contract Documents. Contractor shall be responsible for complete installation, testing, start-up and commissioning assistance of the CTG. Contractor agrees that it will accept delivery of the CTG no later than 395 calendar days from NTP#1, unless acceptable alternate arrangements have been made between Owner and Contractor by an agreement in writing. Upon receipt of the CTG Contractor shall install or store the CTG on Site or at a Contractor selected bonded off-site storage location following Solar Turbines recommended storage and CTG protection procedures. Contractor shall coordinate with Solar Turbines to ensure that Solar Turbines technical advisors are available at the Work Site as and when required by the Project Schedule and the overall progress of the Work. All necessary Contractor costs for inspection, storage, handling, installation, testing and commissioning of the CTG are included in the Contract Price. 1.06 EXISTING 950 TON STEAM DRIVE MACHINE RELOCATION A. Contractor shall provide all labor, materials, equipment and services necessary to disconnect and move the existing York International 950 Ton Steam Driven Chiller from its current location, and re-install the chiller in the new Central Energy Plant. Drawings describing the current location and installation of the chiller entitled, 950 Ton Chiller Replacement dated April 1, 2010, are attached to Central Energy Plant Project Manual Volume One, Bidding Documents and General Requirements dated March 23, 2012, as Appendix 2. The requirements for re-installation of the chiller, are described in the Contract Documents, including drawings and specifications. Contractor shall include new controls, as described in the Contract Documents, as necessary to interface with new Cogeneration system and control systems required for proper operation of the relocated unit. Contractor shall fully coordinate the chiller relocation Work by including all required Work in its 3D Coordination Model. As a part of the Relocation 950 Steam Turbine Drive Machine (unit), currently installed at the existing central plant: (1) Make an independent inspection of existing unit, (2) Remove and dispose of existing steel frame building enclosing the unit, (3) Demolish and dispose of all foundation and concrete slab structures supporting the unit, leaving the site clear of any debris, and compact soil per specifications, (4) Remove and transport unit safely to the new Central Energy Plant with appropriate rigging, lifting and transport equipment, (5) Unit must be disassembled prior to the relocation process and broken down into the following three major components; 1. main chiller assembly with attendant condenser and evaporator, 2. steam turbine assembly mounted on structural steel skid along with attached compressor, 3. steam condenser assembly mounted on structural steel skid. (6) Reassemble the three components in the same configuration as found prior to disassembly in compliance with the York Installation Instructions, Model YST Steam-Turbine Drive Centrifugal Liquid Chiller, to be obtained by Contractor. (7) Provide anchorage and foundation support in compliance with Title 24 seismic design requirements for Seismic Zone 4 and the NEHRP Seismic Design Provisions for this installation type and location (Latitude 32.78061, Longitude -117.0067, Site Class B, Fa=1.0, Fv = 1.0, Ss and S1= Mapped Spectral Acceleration Values). (8) Re-assembly, operational integrity and testing of the completed chiller assembly at the Central Energy Plant shall be in full compliance with the Contract Documents and with the installation and operational instructions identified as York Installation Instructions, Model YST Steam-Turbine Drive Centrifugal Liquid Chiller.

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Contractor shall design and install shoring and bracing as necessary to allow mass excavation of the site. Provide design and installation of all shoring and bracing to protect existing buildings, streets, walkways, utilities, improvements, workmen, the public, and excavations against loss of ground or failure of embankments. Complete and submit engineered and stamped design, plans and details for shoring to the Architect of Record for review prior to submitting for approval of governmental agencies having jurisdiction. Comply with pertinent requirements of governmental agencies having jurisdiction. Contractor shall pay for all costs related to shoring, shall schedule the design, permitting and installation of shoring so as not to delay the work. Contractor shall cooperate with OSHPD as requested by OSHPD in order to obtain OSHPDs approval of necessary shoring. Contractor shall include shoring as a Deferred Approval for purposes of scheduling and submittals.

1.08

LIQUIDATED DAMAGES A. Should the Contractor fail to complete the Work, and achieve Contract Completion within the Contract Time specified in Table 1 of Article 1.03 of this Section (including SECTION 01 77 00 "CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES"), including any authorized extensions of time, it is mutually understood and agreed, by and between the District and the Contractor, that the use by the public of the Work will be correspondingly delayed, and that by reason thereof the District and the public will necessarily suffer great damages, and that the District and the Contractor have endeavored to fix the amount of said damages in advance, that the sum of: Eleven Thousand Dollars ($11,000.00) a calendar day as liquidated damages commencing from the scheduled date of Beneficial Occupancy for the Base Build Out, as provide in Table 1 of Article 1.03, to the date that Beneficial Occupancy is actually achieved, and not as a penalty or forfeiture for the breach of the agreement to complete all of the Work required to be done by the Contractor on or before the Contract Time for such Beneficial Occupancy and, in the case of such breach, the District shall deduct said Liquidated Damages from the amount due the Contractor under the Contract. In the event the remaining balance due the Contractor is insufficient to cover the full amount of assessed liquidated damages, then the Contractor or the surety on the bond shall pay the difference to the District. Eleven Thousand Dollars ($11,000.00) a calendar day as liquidated damages commencing from the scheduled date of Contract Completion, as provide in Table 1 of Article 1.03, to the date when Contract Completion is actually achieved, and not as a penalty or forfeiture for the breach of the agreement to complete all of the Work required to be done by the Contractor on or before the Contract Time for Contract Completion and, in the case of such breach, the District shall deduct said Liquidated Damages from the amount due the Contractor under the Contract. In the event the remaining balance due the Contractor is insufficient to cover the full amount of assessed liquidated damages, then the Contractor or the surety on the bond shall pay the difference to the District. The foregoing Liquidated Damages shall not be additive so that Liquidated Damages due to the Owner because of the failure of the Contractor to achieve Base Build Out Beneficial Occupancy within the Contract Time shall not be compounded if the Contractor also fails to achieve Contract Completion within the Contract Time.

PART 2 PRODUCTS Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION Not used. END OF SECTION

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SECTION 01 14 00 WORK RESTRICTIONS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. This SECTION includes restrictions on the Contractors use of the Site and requirements for continued District occupancy of the Project Site before Contract Completion.

1.02

SUBMITTALS A. Maintain an accurate daily record of the names and identification of all persons entering upon the District's property in connection with the performance of the Work of this Contract, including employer, times of entering, times of leaving and hours worked, and submit a copy of the record to the Districts Inspector, daily, the following day. Include verification of TB testing and attendance at the Infection Control class.

1.03

QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Promptly upon award of the Contract, notify all pertinent personnel regarding requirements of this Section. Require that all personnel who will enter upon the District's property certify their awareness of and familiarity with the requirements of this SECTION.

1.04

DISTRICT OCCUPANCY A. The District will occupy the Site during the entire period of construction to conduct normal operations. Cooperate with the District in all construction operations. If and when it should be necessary for the Contractor to impact the day-to-day operations of District's functions in order to pursue the Work, the Contractor shall furnish fourteen (14) calendar days written notice to the District and coordinate the means and timing to minimize such impacts. The District reserves the right to assess and anticipate such impacts and the right to stop or postpone the Work until a mutually satisfactory time and means can be agreed upon. Costs incurred due to delays to the Work caused by such impacts on District's functions will be negotiated at the time of the occurrence of such delay.

B.

1.05

UTILITY SHUTDOWNS A. No interruptions to District's natural gas, water, electrical power supplies, chilled water supply and return, condensate, steam, sewer services, storm drain, heating, air conditioning, and ventilating systems; communications, fire sprinklers, fire alarms, elevators, or other systems serving the existing buildings, areas, or functions shall be allowed, without the prior written permission of the District's Representative. Utilities indicated on the Contract Documents scheduled to be interrupted, re-routed, or reconnected shall not be shut down or capacity reduced during normal working hours, and shall require a minimum of fourteen (14) calendar days advance written notice to the District. Temporary feeders, transformer jumpers, generators, connectors, circuits, piping, etc., shall be provided by the Contractor as required to accomplish the above Utility Shutdowns required for the timely completion of the Work. Refer to the technical Specifications and Drawings for specific work requirements. Contractor shall at the end of a work period either restore the fire protection system, or, provide personnel to fire watch.

B.

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If the Contractor interrupts any service identified in Paragraph 1.05-A, he shall provide continuous repair, 24 hours per day, any day for as long as it requires to restore utility service. The Contractor shall reimburse the District the actual costs incurred by the District due to the loss of these services. The Owners Program Manager shall supervise all utility shutdowns performed by the Contractor. The Contractor shall not de-energize any electrical system, or turn any valves, etc., unless a thorough coordination has been completed with the Owners Program Manager. The Contractor is solely responsible for lock-down and tag-out procedures.

E.

1.06

CONTRACTOR'S USE OF THE SITE A. The Contractor shall restrict his work and activities to the Limits of Construction and staging areas defined on the Drawings and to the Limits of Construction access specified on the Drawings. Except as otherwise provided in this Article, the Contractor, Subcontractors, Vendors, and suppliers will be prohibited from using hospital walkways, roadways, ramps, stairways, vertical transportation, dumpsters, shuttle service, parking areas, pedestrian tunnels (except for pedestrian access to construction area), and any common areas utilized for patient waiting. Entrance (unrelated to obtaining medical services), into the General Hospital, Outpatient Building, or any of their ancillary buildings is prohibited without prior consent from the District. Stored products that are under the Contractor's control, which interfere with operations of the District or the Other Contractors must be moved by the Contractor. Contractor shall obtain and pay for the use of additional storage or construction staging areas needed for Contractor operations.

1.07

SITE ACCESS A. The Contractor shall restrict access to, from, and around the Site to the roadways indicated on the attached diagrams titled "Construction Access" and "Hauling Routes". All other road and walkways are prohibited from construction-related use. City Streets are strictly prohibited from construction-related vehicles. The Contractor is responsible for providing traffic control, flag persons, etc. for construction vehicles crossing any Street throughout the duration of construction. Contractor shall not interfere with an unobstructed path to and from the helipad throughout the duration of construction to allow ambulance access. The Contractor shall not stockpile material, equipment, or allow debris to accumulate in the helipad roadway. Contractor shall provide additional dust control and remove foreign object debris in the 75-yard radius vicinity of the helipad. Contractors trucks shall not be left unattended along the roadway. Contractor shall not interfere with safe and convenient pedestrian access to existing building entrances. Fire exit routes shall remain open through construction areas for emergency egress. Contractor shall not interfere with vehicular access to loading dock and other delivery or pickup points, and to the parking garage. Contractor shall not interfere with Fire Department access to fire hydrants and stand pipes. Contractor shall provide adequate protection for curbs and sidewalks over which trucks and equipment pass to reach the job site. The Contractor shall repair and restore curbs, sidewalks, roads, ramps, railings, etc. damaged by construction operations at Contractors expense.

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C.

D.

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The Contractors and all other vehicles entering upon the Site in connection with Contractors construction can use only the "Construction Laydown Staging and Parking for Prop G" shown in the attached exhibit 1. These areas include Area C on City of La Mesa owner property adjacent to Murray Drive. The Contractor shall provide and pay for any additional off-site Contractor vehicle parking that cannot be accommodated in the "Area C Staging/Parking Area". Contractor shall comply with City of La Mesa ingress/egress requirements which may be different than that shown on the Parking/Staging Area plan. Contractor shall not permit such vehicles to park on any street or other area of the Districts property except in the designated Contractor Parking/Staging Area. The District will make available an offsite staging area, as indicated in attached Exhibit A, for Contractor parking and staging immediately upon receipt of NTP#1. This staging area is the only area that will be provided to the Contractor at the District's expense. All other improvements required to secure the area (indicated on plan) will be provided for by the Contractor. Improvements include but are not limited to the following: 1. Clear Site and perform selective clearing, excluding removal of debris to an offsite disposal facility. Contractor shall comply with all other requirements for dust and environmental controls enumerated in the specifications and required by the City of La Mesa. 2. Add a minimum of six inched (6 of dense graded aggregate (DGA) base course over the entire staging and parking area. 3. Prepare and roll sub-base, fill dumped material, spread, and compact to achieve stable surfaces. 4. Contractor shall furnish and install vinyl coated fabric (green mesh screen), 6'-0" high on all sides of existing Chain Link Fence. 5. The District will modify Proposition G NOI permit or other existing permit if applicable. Contractor shall add tube waddle at base of berm, refresh and provide maintenance of existing SWPPP work. 6. Contractor shall restore entire site to original conditions after 3 years (approximate usage) or at completion of project. Restoration of the site shall be acceptable to the City of La Mesa. 7. Contractor shall be required to share the site with other future Contractors working on other Proposition G projects.

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Except as otherwise provided in this SECTION, surface parking lots and parking structures at the Sharp Grossmont Hospital are for the exclusive use of hospital personnel, patients, and visitors. The Contractors employees, vendors, and suppliers are prohibited from using these parking areas. Surface staging area as shown on the bidding documents is reserved for Contractor employee parking. The Contractor shall coordinate its construction activities along the existing fire lanes to maintain Fire Department access to all Fire Department connections and dry standpipes located on or around the existing facilities.

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PUBLIC ACCESS A. Contractor shall not interfere with public sidewalk access along both sides of Murray Drive, including any existing disabled access ramps.

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WORKING HOURS A. The Contractor shall limit construction work to the normal working hours of 7:00 am to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, unless specified otherwise. This does not mean that the Contractor may not perform construction work before or beyond these work hours, but that the Contractor must obtain prior approval from the District so that the District has the opportunity to coordinate off hours work with the hospital facilities and the community. The Contractor shall include after hours Work in his Lump Sum Bid for any work required for any interruption of existing utilities to the existing Hospital. Major earthwork, dumping, concrete, saw cutting, powder actuated tools and anchors, loading and unloading of major pieces of equipment and material, pavement removal, pile driving, auguring, soldier pile placement, or any other work activity that exceeds 85 dba will not be allowed to commence before 8:00 a.m. and shall not take place after 6:00 p.m. The Contractor shall consider these time restrictions when scheduling and pricing the work prior to bid.

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COORDINATION WITH OTHER DISTRICT OPERATIONS A. The Contractor will be sharing a number of utilities, facilities, infrastructure, storage areas, and underground tunnels with the District and the District's maintenance personnel, consultants and Other Contractors. The Contractor shall consider any cost or schedule impact of the shared use of these common elements in their bid. The District's maintenance personnel, consultants, and Other Contractors will be utilizing portions of the adjacent area for their own maintenance and construction operations. The District will also be constructing a new Heart and Vascular (H&V) Project, interim loading docks and other improvements concurrently with the Central Energy Plant project. The District will be conducting hoisting operations, scaffolding the building exteriors, or storing a limited amount of material adjacent to these buildings throughout the duration of the Contract. The Districts maintenance personnel and Contractors personnel shall continue to use the ring road throughout the duration of construction. Normal operations of the hospital shall not be interrupted. Access to the loading docks, oxygen bulk storage tank and other facility equipment must be kept open.

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WORK PERFORMED BY THE DISTRICT A. Contract Documents make reference to specific items of work that are Not In Contract (NIC) or "by others". The District, or its Other Contractors and consultants, may perform some elements of work that need to be coordinated with the Contractor's Work, in order to achieve Contract Completion. The Contractor shall be responsible for incorporating the "NIC" or "by others" work into the Contractor's schedule. The Contractor shall also be responsible for giving the District notice of when the "NIC" or "by others" work appears on the monthly or short interval schedules.

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SECTION 01 20 00 PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. SECTION Includes: Administrative and procedural requirements regarding the preparation, submittal, handling, and acceptance of the following: 1. 2. 3. 1.02 Schedule of Values Applications for Payment Application for Payment at Completion

SCHEDULE OF VALUES A. The Schedule of Values shall become the basis for the Contractors applications for payment. The Schedule of Values shall be prepared and maintained as a "roll up" of costs contained in the Contractors cost loaded CPM schedule. Coordinate preparation of the Schedule of Values with the activity cost loading furnished as a part of SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION". Correlate line items in the Schedule of Values with other schedules and forms, including the Contractors construction schedule and application for payment form. Submit the Schedule of Values to the District within 21 calendar days after Notice to Proceed #1. Use the Project Manual Table of Contents as a guide to establish the format identification. Include Project name and location, Project number, Contractors name and address, and date of submittal. Arrange the Schedule in tabular form with columns to indicate the generic name, related Specification SECTION, Change Orders (numbers) that have affected value, dollar value, percentage of Contract Amount to the nearest one-hundredth percent, adjusted to total 100 percent. Break Lump Sum down in enough detail to facilitate evaluation of Applications for Payment. Break subcontract amounts down into several line items. Round amounts off to the nearest dollar; the total shall equal the Lump Sum. Each item in the Schedule of Values and Applications for Payment shall be complete including total cost and share of overhead and profit. 1. Temporary facilities and items that are not direct cost of Work-in-Place may be shown as separate line items or distributed as general overhead expense. Update and resubmit the Schedule of Values when Change Orders or Construction Change Directives change the Contract Amount. For Items on which progress payments will be requested for stored materials, list the total installed value, including Contractor overhead and profit. Clearly identify items to be billed as material stored offsite.

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When so required by the District, provide copies of the subcontracts or other data acceptable to the District, substantiating the sums described.

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APPLICATIONS FOR PAYMENT A. Each Application for Payment shall included a completed and signed Contractors Application Payment Cover Form (see attached) and be consistent with previous applications and payments as certified and paid for by the District. The period covered by each application is the period indicated in SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS", Article 7 "Estimates and Payments". Complete every entry, including notarization, if requested, and execution by person authorized to sign on behalf of the Contractor. Incomplete applications will be returned without action. Entries shall match data on the Schedule of Values and Contractors construction schedule. Use updated schedules if revisions have been made. Include amount of Change Orders and Proceed Orders issued prior to the last day of the period covered by the application. Submit 4 executed copies of each application to the District. Transmit a copy with a transmittal listing attachments via Impact. Deliver original copies to the PMT offices within 24 hours. Administrative actions and submittals that must precede the submittal of the first Application for Payment include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. List of Subcontractor staff assignments and list of Subcontractors. Schedule of Values. Contractors construction schedule (preliminary if not final). Submittal Schedule (preliminary if not final), initial product schedule, and safety program. Material handling, demolition, emergency, utility disconnection, storm water pollution protection, and quality control plans.

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Administrative actions and submittals that must precede each monthly Application for Payment: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Monthly Schedule Update Scheduling Reports Inventory Statement(s) from Bonded Warehouse "Paid In Full" Statement(s) Liens and/or Encumbrances Statement(s) Material Inventory List(s) Submittals for Stored Materials CQCR Certification for Stored Materials Weekly Payroll Records Certified Waste Disposal Form

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Storm Water Pollution Prevention Checklist Record Drawing Update CQCR Payment Application Certification

APPLICATION FOR PAYMENT AT COMPLETION: A. Contractor may submit application of final payment upon receipt of a Notice of Contract Completion from the District.

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Contractors Payment Application Cover Form Monthly Payment Application Checklist _______, ________ (Month) (Year) Payment Application __________(no.) The following information has been verified by the Contractor as complete and is attached along with this Monthly Payment Application: 1. Monthly Schedule Update In accordance with the requirements of SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION". Scheduling Reports a. Narrative & Longest Path/Critical Path Bar Chart b. Milestone only Bar Chart & All Activities by Early Start c. Summary Bar Chart and All Activities by Responsibility Bar Chart d. Total Float Report e. Predecessor and Successor Report f. .Cash flow Histogram g. SOV(Summarize by Cost Acount) and Cost Loading Report. h. Manpower Requirements Forecast i. Monthly Construction Schedule (updated, submitted and approved) j. CD-Backup of listed reports files with XER. file. (All reports in accordance with SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION".) 3. Inventory Statement(s) from Bonded Warehouse(s): If applicable, for material and equipment stored offsite, in accordance with the requirements SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS". "Paid In Full" Statement(s) If applicable, for material and/or equipment purchased and stored offsite or on site but not incorporated into the Work, that is being billed in this pay application, in accordance with SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS". "Liens and/or Encumbrances" Statement(s) If applicable, for material and/or equipment purchased and stored off site or onsite but not incorporated into the Work that is being billed in this pay application. Statement(s) that material and equipment is free from liens and encumbrances, in accordance with SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS". Material Inventory List(s) If applicable, for material and/or equipment stored offsite or onsite but not incorporated into the Work, in accordance with SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS". Shop Drawings/submittals approved for material and/or equipment (Item #s 3. through 6. above) in accordance with SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS". CQCR Certification for Stored Materials/Equipment If applicable, CQCR certification that the materials and/or equipment stored offsite or onsite but not incorporated into the Work, (Item #s 3. through 7. above have been inspected, quantity verified, and are in compliance with contract requirements.

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Weekly Payroll Records In accordance with SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS": Article 5-14 "Prevailing Wage" since the previous payment request. Summary of Solid Waste Disposal and Diversion Statement In accordance with SECTION 01 57 10 "TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS". Storm Water Pollution Prevention Inspection Checklist In accordance with SECTION 01 57 10 "TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS". Record Drawing Update In accordance with SECTION 01 78 80 "PROJECT RECORD DOCUMENTS". CQCR Certification of the Payment Application in accordance with SECTION 01 45 00 "QUALITY CONTROL". Contractors Payment Application Contractors Certification: The undersigned Contractor certifies that to the best of the Contractor's knowledge, information and belief the Work covered by the Application and Certification for Payment referenced in this Contractors Payment Application Cover Form has been completed in accordance with the Contract Documents. In addition, Contractor certifies that all bills for labor, materials, equipment and Work due Subcontractors and material suppliers have been paid for the periods covered by previous Applications and Certifications for Payment and for which payments were received from the Owner; and, that the amount shown on the attached Application and Certification For Payment is now due.

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Date: ___________________

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This Contractor Certification must be executed by Contractor before Owner will process and/or make payment under the attached Application and Certification for Payment.

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SECTION 01 31 00 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. SECTION Includes: Administrative procedures required for project management and coordination of construction operations and activities, including but not limited to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1.02 Coordination requirements. Utility and building system coordination. Project meetings. Pre-final inspection meetings. Schedule meetings. Schedule updating and progress payments. Schedule modifications / revisions. Schedule impacts, schedule delays, time extensions. Recovery schedule. Failure to perform scheduling tasks.

COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS A. Contractor shall perform the Work as required and in the sequence necessary to maintain the overall progress of the Project and: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. Coordinate Work of their employees and Subcontractors. Expedite the Work to assure compliance with approved schedules. Coordinate the Work with that work by the Owner. Coordinate the Work with Hospital Operations.

It is the Contractor's responsibility to coordinate the Work so as to minimize conflicts and optimize efficiency. Contractor shall coordinate with the Inspector of Record and the Owners Testing Laboratory Services and: 1. Verify that required laboratory personnel are present. Review testing plan and confirm that tests are made in accordance with specified requirements. Review test reports for compliance with specified requirements. Monitor the use of temporary facilities; verify that adequate services are provided and maintained.

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The placement of pipes, conduits, other materials, and the location, size and reinforcement of holes in the building shall conform to the Structural Drawings and Specifications. 1. When the requirements of the Mechanical, Electrical or other SECTIONS of the Specifications or Drawings are in conflict with the Structural requirements, the Structural requirements shall take precedence. Where the safety of the building structure is threatened, due to mechanical, electrical or other construction or holes required for such construction, modifications shall be made as directed in writing by the Architect.

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Coordinate scheduling, submittals, and Work of the various SECTIONS of Specifications to assure efficient and orderly sequence of installation of interdependent construction elements, with provisions for accommodating items installed later. Coordinate completion and clean up of the Work of separate SECTIONS in preparation for Construction Completion and for portions of Work designated for Districts occupancy. After Owner occupancy of Work coordinate access to Work for correction of defective Work and Work not in accordance with Contract Documents, to minimize disruption of Owner's activities.

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UTILITY AND BUILDING SYSTEM COORDINATION A. Notify Senior Program Manager if conditions are uncovered which are in conflict with Owner supplied As-Built Drawings that would prevent construction in accordance with Contract Documents. Materials: Match existing products and work for patching and extending Work, unless noted otherwise. Coordinate space requirements and installation of mechanical and electrical work, including structural anchorage and bracing of piping and ductwork, which are indicated diagrammatically on Drawings. Utilize spaces efficiently to maximize accessibility for other installations, for maintenance, and for repairs. Follow routing shown for pipes, ducts, and conduit as closely as practicable and in compliance with contractors 3D coordination model submittal. Place runs parallel with line of tunnels, building structural elements or partitions, and do not install conduit, piping, or other building system components on support systems for other components unless specifically designed to accommodate such shared use or allowed by applicable codes. Coordinate disruptions and/or shutdowns of systems with Hospital Operations so as to minimize their duration and impact to the Hospital. Maintain a disruption schedule and index as shown in Exhibit A and described under Paragraph 1.04, E.

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SUBMITTALS A. Coordination Drawings: Prepare Coordination Drawings for installation of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and structural elements where coordination is required by the Specifications for installation of products and materials fabricated by separate entities. Examples of where Coordination Drawings are required are: shafts, corridors, procedure rooms, mechanical rooms, etc. Show the relationship of all system components along with hangers and supports, piping, cabling, ductwork, lighting, framing, and ceiling heights, if applicable.

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Show details of tie-in point with other structures like utility connections with Utility Tunnel and other buildings. Show hangers, support and seismic bracing. Comply with requirements PROCEDURES". contained in SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL

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3D Coordination Model: Refer to AIA Document E202 (2008) for definition of Level of Development (LOD) requirements. Contractor shall develop and provide a 3-D Coordination Model of entire Project to the 300 LOD as a clash free submittal within 45 days after NTP#1. Contractor shall continue to develop the 3-D Coordination Model of entire Project to the 400 LOD as a clash free submittal within 90 days after NTP#1. 3-D Coordination Model is to include all aspects of Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Architectural and Structural elements where coordination is specifically required by other Specifications Sections for installation of products and materials fabricated by separate entities, and all other aspects of the Work as listed below in paragraphs 1 through 19. Coordination Drawings are required for all aspects of the Work including but not limited to: Architectural, Structural, HVAC, Mechanical piping and equipment, Plumbing piping and equipment, Electrical raceways and equipment, Fire Sprinkler piping and equipment and Site Work. As a part of the close-out documentation for substantial completion, Contractor shall develop and submit an LOD 500 as-built model. In addition the 3D coordination model shall include the following: 1. Perform "Collision-Check" using NavisWorks Clash Detection software to arrive at zero clashes in the LOD 300 and 400 submittal model. Include standard service area clearances at equipment typically requiring access by maintenance staff. Service area clearance to be determined by clearance requirements stated in the Technical Specifications. If clearances are not stated in the Technical Specifications, provide clearances recommended in writing by the applicable equipment manufacturer to ensure unrestricted clearance in compliance with the applicable code. Provide required maintenance clear space and parts removal space as recommended by the equipment manufacturer and/or Architect/Engineer of record. Include all diagonal bracing, sway bracing, seismic support bracing and other required complimentary conditions in completed model for major systems listed below. Include point load and anchorage details for all aspects of the Work. Coordinate building systems with building trades subcontractors through series of coordination meetings. Identify clashes and resolve conflicts as they are identified. Provide 100% clash free coordination model as completed submittal. Make a presentation to the Districts Senior Program Manager of the completed submittal to demonstrate the model to be clash free. If required, participate in design solution(s) meeting(s) with Districts Architect, Engineers and Program Management Team. Incorporate changes into 3-D coordination model and provide a statement with each proposed change order request (PCO) that the Contractor has evaluated the impact of the change on the model and the change does not affect the model as submitted. If the change does modify the conditions of the model, the Contractor shall clearly state the changed condition, cost and schedule impact of the change. Do not proceed with any work until the 3-D coordination model has been completed, is clash free and has been approved by the Architect/Engineer as a required submittal. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Architectural items, include all Gyp-Board Wall Sheeting, Metal Stud Walls, Windows, Doors, with King Stud, intersecting T-studs, Headers, Z-Clips, Top Slip Track, Bottom Track, Rated Shafts, Recessed Wall Openings including Access Panels and related Wall Framing diagonal supports in the 3D coordination model where required due to restricted construction conditions for accurate GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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MEP coordination. Include Overhead Soffit Framing with Diagonal Bracing coordinated with other Building Trades, Gyp-Board Ceiling Framing with Compression Post and Access Panels, T-Bar Ceiling Grid with Compression Posts, Wall Mounted Backing Plates and Diagonal Flat Cross strapping. 8. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Structural items include into the 3D coordination model, Foundations, Footings, Grade Beams, Slab-On-Grade, all Vertical Steel Columns, with Base Plates, Wall Ledgers, Horizontal Steel Beam Framing with Diagonal Bracing and Embeds, and Structural Block-Out Openings required within structural elements. Show all underground duct banks, vaults, manholes and utilities in actual sizes and volumes; with location, size and volume of all ancillary related fittings and fasteners. Show all conduits and piping of 2 or larger diameter.

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10. Show overhead auxiliary steel elements (beams, angles, unistrut, channels or tubes) necessary to support equipment or utilities, and ancillary related equipment. 11. Show all required seismic supports by incorporating all approved Seismic support shop drawings. 12. Show all above ground flatwork, walls, railings, structures. 13. Show all items in relation to finish grade. 14. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following HVAC items include into the 3D coordination model, all equipment, all Vertical & Horizontal HVAC Duct systems from main source to end use with intermediate hanger supports and Seismic Bracing per SMACNA coordinated with other Building Trades to avoid conflicts, Flue Vents, and Combustion Air duct systems if required. Show Duct Fittings, Air Volume Control Dampers, Hanger Rods, Trapeze Hangers, Transverse & Longitudinal Bracing, Rod Stiffeners, Air Handlers, Fan Coil Units, Exhaust Fans, CAV/VAV Terminal Units, Fire-Smoke Dampers, Grilles, Registers, Diffusers, Duct Mounted Access Doors and other related Mechanical Dry Equipment including Access Doors, VFD's, Fused Disconnect Devices, Flex Connectors, Filter Removal, Controls, manufacturers recommended Service Area, and No-Fly Zones for easy access or maintenance. Include Wall/Floor Duct Block-Out Sleeves and Housekeeping Pads, Point-Load data for all Duct and related Mechanical Dry Equipment being supported from Overhead Concrete floors for review of SEOR, Provide (non-exempt) Vertical & Horizontal Duct support and other related Mechanical Dry Equipment Seismic Calculations and approved Seismic Engineering Wet Stamp for OSHPD Submittal. 15. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Mechanical Piping items include into the 3D coordination model, all Vertical & Horizontal Mechanical Pipe system from main source to end use with intermediate hanger supports and Seismic Bracing per SMACNA coordinated with other Building Trades to avoid conflicts. Show Pipe fittings, Air Handler Coils, Fan Coils, Condensing Units, Heat Exchangers, Humidification Equipment, Chillers, Pumps, Air Separators, Expansion Tanks, Valves, Hanger Rods, Trapeze Hangers, Transverse & Longitudinal Bracing, Rod Stiffeners, Pipe Anchor Devices, Pipe Expansion Guides, Spring Isolated Hangers, Pipe Rollers, Calcium Silicate Inserts, Suction Diffusers, VAV Re-Heat Coils Terminal Units and other related Mechanical Wet Equipment along with associated Access Doors, VFD's, Fused Disconnect Devices, Flex Connectors, Coil-Pull Removal , Controls, Service Areas as recommended by equipment manufacturers. Include Wall and Floor Pipe Block-Out Sleeves and Housekeeping Pads where required per Contract Documents. Show Point-Load data for all Pipe and related Mechanical Wet Equipment being supported from Overhead Concrete floors for review of SEOR (Structural Engineer of Record). Provide (non-exempt) Vertical & Horizontal Pipe Support, Thermal Expansion and other related Mechanical Wet Equipment Seismic Calculations and approved Seismic Engineering Wet Stamp for OSHPD Submittal package.

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16. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Plumbing items include into the 3D coordination model, all Vertical & Horizontal Drain/Waste & Vent (DWV), Plumbing, Med-Gas Pipe systems from main source to end use with intermediate hanger supports and Seismic Bracing per Code, coordinated with other Building Trades to avoid conflict, Show Pipe and Fittings, Plumbing Fixtures, Steel Fixture-Support Carriers, Flush Device, Drinking Fountains, Water Heaters, Trap Primers, Water Hammer Arrester Pumps, Valves, Hanger Rods, Trapeze Hangers, Transverse & Longitudinal Bracing, Rod Stiffeners, Calcium Silicate Inserts, Expansion Tanks, Suction Diffusers, Roof-Overflow Drains, Floor Drains, Floor-Wall-Grade Clean Outs, Gas Meters, Gas Pressure Regulators, Med-Gas Zone Valve Cabinets and other related Plumbing Equipment in the 3D coordination Model including Access Doors, Service Areas as recommended by equipment manufacturers. Include Wall and Floor Pipe Block-Out Sleeves and Housekeeping Pads where required per Contract Documents. Show Point-Load data for all Pipe and related Plumbing Equipment being supported from Overhead Concrete floors for review of SEOR (Structural Engineer of Record). Provide (non-exempt) Vertical & Horizontal Pipe Support, Thermal Expansion and other related Plumbing Equipment Seismic Calculations and approved Seismic Engineering Wet Stamp for OSHPD Submittal package. 17. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Electrical items include into the 3D coordination model, all Vertical & Horizontal Conduits, Conduit Racks from main source to end use with intermediate hanger support and Seismic Bracing per Code coordinated with other Building Trades to avoid conflicts where possible. Show Cable Tray, Conduit, Switch Gear, Transformers, Distribution Panels, Motor Control Center Panels, Fire Alarm Control Panel, Power/Lighting Panels, Pull Boxes, Switch/Outlet Junction Boxes, Light Fixtures and other related Electric Equipment in the 3D coordination Model including Access Doors, VFD's, Fused Disconnect Devices, Flex Connectors, Controls, Service Areas as recommended by equipment manufacturers. Include Wall and Floor Block-Out Sleeves and Housekeeping Pads where required per Contract Documents. Show Point-Load data for all Conduit and Equipment being supported from Overhead Concrete floors for review of SEOR (Structural Engineer of Record). Provide (non-exempt) Vertical & Horizontal Pipe Support, Electrical Equipment Seismic Calculations and approved Seismic Engineering Wet Stamp for OSHPD Submittal package. 18. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Fire Sprinkler system items include into the 3D coordination model, all Vertical & Horizontal Fire Sprinkler system piping and equipment from main source to end use with intermediate hanger support and Seismic Bracing per Code coordinated with other Building Trades to avoid conflicts. Show Pipe and Fittings, Fire Sprinkler Heads, Fire Pumps, Holding Tanks, Fuel Tanks, Alarm Devices, Valves, Stand-Pipe (Wet and Dry) and other related Fire Sprinkler Equipment, including Access Doors, VFD's, Fused Disconnect Devices, Flex Connectors, Controls, Service Areas recommended by equipment manufacturers. Provide Hydraulic Calculations and Design per Cal-State Fire Marshall and NFPA standards. Provide (non-exempt) Vertical & Horizontal Fire Sprinkler Pipe support system and other related Fire Protection Equipment Seismic Calculations and approved Seismic Engineering Wet Stamp for OSHPD Submittal package. 19. At a minimum but not necessarily limited to the following Site work items include into the 3D coordination model, all underground pipes and tanks, retaining walls and footings, hardscape including exterior slabs, sidewalks and paving. Include anticipated and actual bedrock elevations and engineered fills. Include outdoor mounted equipment and piping at cooling tower, underground storage tanks, emergency generators and any other exterior equipment required in the Work. C. Comply with requirements contained in SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES" and SECTION 01 45 00 "QUALITY CONTROL". Clearly identify the submittal as Coordination Drawings, to differentiate the submittal from the Subcontractor's Shop Drawings. Staff Names: Within fourteen (14) calendar days after issuance of Notice to Proceed #1, submit a complete list of the Contractor's principal staff assignments, including the superintendent and other personnel in attendance at the Project Site as well as key management staff. Identify GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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individuals and their duties and responsibilities. List names, addresses, and emergency telephone numbers of identified individuals. Identify individuals in the organizational chart format and layout indicating position and name. E. Disruption and Connection Index and Schedule: See matrix Exhibit A, attached at the end of this SECTION. Contractor must fill in all items, submit to Owner for review, and maintain updates. Updates will be required at each project meeting. Risk Levels must be determined with owner. Contractor shall provide Method of Procedure for each connection, see SECTION 01 33 10 "METHOD OF PROCEDURE".

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PROJECT MEETINGS A. General: The District will schedule and conduct meetings and conferences at the Project Site, unless otherwise specified. The District will prepare agenda, notify participants, and make physical arrangements for all meetings. The District will record minutes, including significant proceedings and decisions for each meeting; reproduce and distribute copies of minutes to the Contractor, the Architect, all other participants in the meeting, and all other parties affected by decisions made at the meeting unless otherwise noted. Pre-Construction Meeting: 1. Before issuance of Notice to Proceed #2, a pre-construction meeting will be held at a time and location designated by the District. Attendance: Attendees at the pre-construction conference shall include the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. 3. Representatives of the District; Contractor; Contractors Quality Control Representative; Listed Subcontractors; Architect/Engineer (A/E) Team; OSHPD Fire Marshall, OSHPD Area Compliance Officer; Environmental Engineer; Contractors Safety Representative; District Facilities Management Representative; Building and Safety Inspector; Inspector of Record; and Contractors MIS Staff/Consultant and Software Provider.

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C.

2.

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Distribution and discussion of the contractors construction schedule including critical construction sequencing; Procedures and forms for processing submittals, field decisions, Request for Information, Requests for Quotations, Contractors Quotes, Change Orders, applications for payment, and revised construction schedules; Construction permits requirements, procedures and posting; Federal Equal Employment Opportunity; Restrictions to Site use, access, and storage areas; Coordination Drawings/Models; CEQA Mitigation Monitoring Program requirements; and PIMS (Impact) system coordination and requirements.

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Progress Meetings: The District will schedule weekly progress meetings at the job site for the purpose of coordinating and expediting the Work in progress. 1. Attendees at the progress meetings shall include: a. b. c. d. e. f. 2. Representatives and consultants of the District; Contractor's Project manager, job site superintendent and Other Contractor personnel as required; Listed Subcontractors as required; Architect and selected consultants; Inspectors and compliance officers; and Contractors Quality Control Representative.

The agenda for the progress meetings will include, but not be limited to the following items: a. b. Review of previous meeting minutes (old business) and action items; Schedule; 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) c. Review actual progress compared to project schedule; Review short interval schedule; Review delivery dates for specific equipment and materials; Identify problems which impede planned progress; and Review recovery schedules, if applicable.

Shop Drawings and Samples; 1) 2) Review status of Shop Drawing and sample submittals; and Review approved Shop Drawings affecting other trades.

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Safety; Change Orders; 1) 2) Review latest contract changes; Review status of pending Change Orders and quotations.

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District, Architect, Construction Manager, Contractor comments; Review of Inspection Notices, if applicable; OSHPD Inspections; Inspections; and RFI status.

Special meetings may also be called at the discretion of the District for the purpose of coordinating specific information or resolving specific problems related to the Work. Any Contractors subcontractor or vendor who has Work in progress may be required to be present as deemed appropriate by the District. Pre-Installation Meetings: 1. Contractor shall conduct a Pre-Installation Meeting at the Project site before each construction activity. The District shall be invited to attend. The Contractor will record minutes and distribute them. Review the progress of other construction activities and preparations for the particular activity under consideration. As a minimum, a PreInstallation Meeting shall be held for each of the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Demolition; Excavations and Shoring; Heavy lifts requiring cranes; District provided District installed and District provided Contractor installed system and equipment (i.e., EMR, PACS, Med Equipment, etc.); Project Management Information System; Exterior Wall Systems; Roofing; and Any other items identified in Specifications requiring a Pre-Installation Conference with the Owners Representatives.

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Include fabricators, manufacturers, subcontractors, inspectors and Other Contractors of other packages (if necessary) in Pre-installation Meetings.

PRE-FINAL INSPECTION CONFERENCE A. The District will schedule a pre-final inspection conference before final inspection of each Phase and Milestone of the Work to discuss and resolve all unsettled matters. Bonds and insurance to remain in force, and the other documents required to be submitted by the Contractor shall have been reviewed and all deficiencies determined. Schedules and procedures for the final inspection process and for the correction of defects and deficiencies shall be discussed and agreed. The Contractor will provide any information/documentation required by the District or its agents to complete the Work. The District will record and distribute the minutes. Attendees at the pre-final inspection conference shall include the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. Representatives and consultants of the District; Inspector(s); Architect and selected consultants;

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COMMISSIONING A. The project will have selected building systems commissioned. The equipment and systems to be commissioned are specified in Section 01 91 13. The commissioning process is also described in Section 01 91 13, COMMISSIONING. Progress Meetings 1. Progress meetings during equipment start-up and functional performance testing shall include commissioning coordination in addition to the standard meeting format. C. Pre-Installation Conferences 1. Commissioning will include a scoping meeting where all members of the design and construction team to be involved in the commissioning process meet and agree on the scope of work, tasks, schedules, deliverables, and responsibilities for implementation of the Commissioning Plan. D. Related Sections 1. Section 019113 COMMISSIONING

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STARTING AND ADJUSTING A. Equipment start-up requires coordination with the commissioning process described in Section 01 91 13. The start-up procedures shall document all manufacturers recommendations for installation, inspection, and start-up. Equipment is not temporarily started (for heating or cooling), until all manufacturers installation and start-up procedures are completed, and moisture, dust and other environmental or building integrity issues have been addressed. Related Sections 1. Section 01 91 13 COMMISSIONING.

B.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 SUMMARY A. Grossmont Healthcare District Prop G Project Management Information System (PMIS) is designed to minimize the paper flow, increase the efficiency and speed up the communication among the District, A/E Team, Contractor and Consultants. PIMS facilitation is through IMPACTteam (hereinafter referred to as IMPACT) a proprietary software tool provided by the Districts Program Management Team. All of the RFIs, Change Order Requests, Transmittals and Meeting Minutes shall be prepared and transmitted in electronic format via IMPACT . This section outlines the Specifications, requirements, and procedures for the use of the Project Management Controls System for Grossmont Healthcare District Prop G Projects. The Contractor is required to provide a system with the Specifications outlined below, in order to have a fully compatible Project Management Information System. This system is designed to minimize the paperwork and increase the efficiency of the Project.

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Software 1. 2. IMPACT Windows XP Workstation Microsoft Office

Version

Manufacturer Parsons Microsoft Corp

Description All of the PMTs desktops have access to Impact Team via high speed internet connections. Internet Explorer is required to access Impact Website. All of PMTs Desktop Computers are running on Windows operating systems. Microsoft Office is used for creating documents and spreadsheets, emailing electronic documents, scanned images. Project Planner (P6) is used to create, update, and report on the schedule, percent complete, and cost of all activities. WinZip is used to compress large files if necessary, prior to uploading to Impact Team. Adobe Acrobat 9 is used for creating and reading .pdf documents. Provide NavisWorks viewer for viewing 3D Coordination models as required.

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Microsoft Corp

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Project Planner

Primavera Systems WinZip Computing, Inc. Adobe Autodesk

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WinZip

Adobe Acrobat Navis Works

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HARDWARE A. The Contractor is required to provide its own hardware system to run the Impact software. At minimum, the system should have the following Specifications: 1. 2. Computer running Windows OS with High Speed internet connection Permanent internet connection, DSL or similar, with a minimum of 3 Mbps download and 768Kbps upload speeds. All the hardware and software required for this connection like the DSL or Cable modem All the power and network data wiring as well as network routers and hubs as necessary At least one e mail account, capable of accepting attachments of up to 10 MB in size.

3. 4. 5. 2.04 SOFTWARE A.

The following software is required to be provided on the system specified above by the Contractor: 1. Windows OS, Impact requires Internet Explorer.

B.

IMPACT- will be made available to all authorized users free of charge. The Program Management Team will provide up to four each one-half hour training sessions to familiarize the Contractors staff with the use of the software. Adobe Acrobat: The Contractor shall obtain either by free download from www.adobe.com or by purchase, the latest copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Acrobat for creating PDF documents. Portable Document File Image Viewer. 1. PMT uses (Adobe Acrobat) to store, distribute and archive scanned documents in .pdf format. The Contractor shall purchase and install a PDF image viewer in order to view electronic documents sent by the PMT.

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Training: The Contractor is required to provide the necessary training for its staff to effectively use the Project Management Information System and software components mentioned above. The District shall hold up to four IMPACT training sessions. Technical Support: The Contractor shall arrange for its own MIS and Software technical support for the system mentioned above to minimize downtime. Emergency Contact: 1. The Contractor shall provide an MIS Administrator available for regular maintenance as well as in case of an emergency like a system crash. The Contractor shall arrange for a backup plan in case the system is down for more than 24 hours. The backup plan should allow the Contractor's alternate system to be operational within 24 hours. The Contractor's System crashes cannot be used for time extensions or excuse for delays. The Contractor shall retain the hard copies of all the documents and use them in case of an unrecoverable system failure.

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PMT Contact: The Contractor may contact PMT MIS Administrator for any questions regarding connection to PMT System. All software and hardware related questions should be directed to their respective providers.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 INITIAL SETUP A. The Contractor shall have the system setup and running according to the Specifications outlined above with all the required software installed within the thirty (30) days of the issuance of the Notice to Proceed #1.

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RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DISTRICT A. The District will attend the Pre-Installation Meeting with the Contractor, their MIS Staff/Consultant and Software provider to outline the structure and the configuration of the PMT system and answer any questions.

3.03

STORAGE MEDIA A. The space required for scanned documents, e-mails and the database is expected to grow larger as the Project progresses. The Contractor shall purchase additional storage like larger Hard Disk Drives or other media to accommodate the storage requirements.

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GENERAL PARAMETERS A. The PMT receipt (as recorded in the PIMS) of the electronic document will be considered the actual delivery date for all contractually required communications. Because the District relies solely on Impact to manage communications between the Contractor, Consultants and its own Project Management Team, the Contractor agrees that Impact is the only contractually allowed method of communication with the PMT and District. The Contractor agrees that it may not rely on other forms of written or verbal communication and any other forms of written or verbal communication will not be considered proper notice by the PMT and or District. Any written communication shall be uploaded into the PIMS and a hardcopy will follow within 24-hours for information and record purposes only. These electronic delivery dates will be used in comparing the response times with the ones required by SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES" and other SECTIONS requiring written communications. Please refer to the following diagram for document flow:

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MECHANICAL POINT OF CONNECTION (POC)/ UTILITY SHUT-DOWN LEGEND


RISK TO HOSPITAL EVALUATION KEY RISK 1: SHUTDOWN OF SERVICES WILL ONLY AFFECT THE LOCAL AREA OF WORK RISK 2: SHUTDOWN OF SERVICES WILL ONLY AFFECT A DEPARTMENT OR FLOOR RISK 3: SHUTDOWN OF SERVICES WILL AFFECT SERVICE TO ENTIRE HOSPITAL

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Method of Procedure or Reference Document

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SECTION 01 32 00 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 GENERAL SCHEDULING REQUIREMENTS A. The Contractor will develop and maintain the construction schedule for the scope of work contained in the Contract. The purpose of the Construction Schedule shall be to: 1. Assure adequate planning, scheduling, and reporting during execution of the construction and related activities so they may be prosecuted in an orderly and expeditious manner, within Contract Time; Assure coordination of the work of the Contractor and the various subcontractors and suppliers at all tiers; Assist in the preparation and evaluation of the Contractors monthly progress payments; Assist in monitoring the progress of the Work and evaluating proposed changes to the date of Construction Completion; and Assist in detecting problems for the purpose of taking corrective action and to provide a mechanism or tool for determining and monitoring such corrective actions.

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The Work includes the requirements to prepare and maintain the schedule specified. All of the construction work required the Contract Documents shall be prosecuted at such rate as will ensure meeting the specified Construction Completion date within the Contract Time. By execution of the Contract, the Contractor represents he has analyzed the Work, the materials and methods involved, the systems of the building, availability of qualified labor, restrictions of the Site, constraints imposed, their own workload and capacity to perform the Work, and agrees that the specified times are reasonable considering the existing conditions prevailing in the locality of the Work, including weather conditions, and other factors, with reasonable allowance for variations from average or ideal conditions. The Work under this Contract will be planned, scheduled, executed and reported using the precedence diagram technique of the Critical Path Method (hereinafter referred to as CPM). The Contractor shall employ the full time services on site of at least one person fully qualified and with a minimum of 10 years of experience in Critical Path scheduling on projects of similar size and scope for the duration of the Contract. The scheduler shall be available to attend all scheduling meetings and perform schedule duties as specified herein. The Contractor shall submit to the District within seven (7) calendar days after the Notice to Proceed #1 the following: 1. Identification, qualifications, and experience of the Contractors scheduler and all other members of the Contractors scheduling staff. References of not less than two previous projects on which the Contractors construction scheduler utilized CPM scheduling.

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The District will review the submitted resume contact the references, and may interview the proposed scheduler to determine their suitability. If the qualifications, experience, and references of the proposed scheduler are satisfactory an approval letter will be issued. If the scheduler is deemed unsatisfactory, the District will issue a rejection letter within seven (7) calendar days and the Contractor shall resubmit another proposed scheduler within 7 days. The Construction Completion date indicated is considered essential to the satisfactory performance of this Contract and to the coordination of all work on the Project. The District requires the Contractor to prosecute the work in accordance with the specified Construction Completion date. GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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The Contractor shall use Primavera Project Planner (P6) scheduling software with a hardware system capable of handling, processing, printing, and plotting required reports and data on this project. Calendar Identification: In the scheduling software identify all activities that will require overtime shifts, double shifts, and work on weekends or holidays. Identify non-work days and holidays in the schedule calendar. All milestones stipulated in Specification Section 01 11 00, Summary of Work shall be placed on a calendar with seven (7) per week. No holiday or non work-day restrictions are permitted on this calendar as indicated in paragraph 1.03.A.9.f & g. PROJECT SCHEDULES AND SUBMITTALS Schedule of Values, Activity Code Breakdown and Activity ID Codes. 1. The Contractor shall use the Schedule of Values listed in Section 00 41 00 B.1.a in the preparation of the project schedules. The Contractor shall use the activity code breakdown listed below. The Contractor may use any part of the remaining 30 characters of the activity code breakdown field to meet its own internal scheduling needs. The Contractor shall define all of the required and discretionary code values in the appropriate code dictionaries. NAME PPKG TASK STRT SYST RESP MILE CSI CNOR PMT 3. LENGTH 2 4 2 3 4 2 6 3 4 DESCRIPTION PROJECT/BID PKG PROGRAM TASK BUILDING/STRUCT SYSTEM RESPONSIBILITY MILESTONES CSI CODES CHANGE ORDER PMT RESERVED

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The Contractor shall use the following activity ID codes: Length SUBP SUBP SUBP SUBP SUBP SUBP 2 2 2 2 2 2 Prefix CP HV EU ND SD LB Subproject Name CENTRAL PLANT HEART & VASCULAR EARLY UTILITIES NORTH DOCK SOUTH DOCK LEVEL B SEISMIC UPGRADES

B.

Preliminary Schedule 1. Within twenty (20) calendar days after the date of the Notice to Proceed # 1, the Contractor shall submit for the Districts review and acceptance a Preliminary Schedule that shall cover the following project phases and activities:

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Proposed procurement and work activities to be accomplished during the entire Contract Time. 1) Procurement activities shall include key Shop Drawing and sample submittals, District approvals, and the fabrication and delivery of key and/or long-lead procurement elements and indicate intended submittal dates and realistic delivery dates for fabrication and delivery activities. Procurement activities shall be linked with logic development demonstrating the appropriate sequence leading to construction or installation of the Work. All procurement activities shall later be incorporated into the Detailed Construction Schedule (discussed hereinafter) including all requested revisions.

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Activity duration shall be in units of whole working days and shall be limited to a maximum of twenty (20) working days for each activity. Detailed logic shall be provided such that all activities have predecessor / successor logic ties with the exception of the Notice to Proceed # 1 and the Contract Completion. Detailed construction activities shall conform to the technical requirements of this specification and shall later be incorporated into the Detailed Construction Schedule (discussed hereafter) including all requested revisions. Mobilization, schedule development, and coordination activities shall be included. At a minimum, the following administrative submittals shall be incorporated into the Preliminary Schedule: a) Initial Product List Schedule b) Complete Work Items Listing c) List of Subcontractors, suppliers, & fabricators d) Seismic Certification Schedule e) List of Contractors staff assignments & phone numbers f) Schedule of Values g) Demolition Plan h) Emergency Plan i) Utility Disconnection Plan j) SWPPP Compliance Plan k) Contractors Quality Control Plan All detail construction and mobilization activities within the Preliminary Schedule shall be incorporated into the Detailed Construction Schedule.

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Summary Activities not included under paragraph 1.02 B.1.a or 1.02 B.1.b above, which are necessary to properly indicate: 1) The Contractors approach to scheduling the remaining work areas or phases of the Work. The Work for each phase or area must be represented by at least one summary activity such that they cumulatively indicate the entire construction schedule. The approximate cost and duration for each summary activity shall be shown on the Preliminary Schedule. VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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The Contractor shall provide the following: a) Four (4) prints and one (1) CD of the Preliminary Schedule and Schedule of Values.

b) Four (4) time scaled logic diagrams, E size. Contractor shall submit one computer disks on P6 uploaded XER File with all schedule submittals. 4 copies of bar charts, reports, and /or other schedule data outlined on this SECTION. 3. The Preliminary Schedule shall be cost loaded and be the basis for progress payments while the Detailed Construction Schedule (discussed hereafter) is being developed and accepted. The total cost of all detail and summary activities shall equal the total contract value. The Preliminary Schedule shall be updated on a monthly basis while the Detailed Construction Schedule is being developed. The monthly updating of the Preliminary Schedule shall be consistent with the procedures and requirements described in Article 1.7 Schedule Updating and Progress Payment of this specification SECTION. The accepted Preliminary Schedule is a condition precedent to District Authorization of any progress payments during the first one hundred and eighty (180) calendar days or until the Detailed Construction Schedule is accepted, whichever occurs first. The Preliminary Schedule shall be used for the preliminary review of any time extension request(s) during the entirety of the Contract Time or until the Detailed Construction Schedule is accepted, whichever occurs first. Within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt by the District of the Preliminary Schedule, the District shall notify the Contractor of any concerns the District may have in regard to the Preliminary Schedule. The Contractor shall provide a response to the concerns of the District, to the satisfaction of the District, before acceptance of the preliminary schedule and the submittal of the Detailed Construction Schedule.

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Detailed Construction Schedule 1. Within forty five (45) calendar days following Notice to Proceed # 1, the Contractor shall submit to the District: four (4) prints, and one (1) Electronic copy of the Detailed Construction Schedule (utilizing P6) in precedence format for the Contractors construction work scope including uploaded on P6 .XER file. The Detailed Construction Schedule shall conform to the requirements outlined in Article 1.3 Technical Requirements for Contractor-Submitted Schedules in this specification section. The Detailed Construction Schedule shall be reviewed in the following manner: a. The District will within twenty one (21) calendar days after receipt of the Detailed Construction Schedule, either request a revision, correction or justification to the submittal or at the end of the twenty one (21) day period have a joint review with the Contractor which may result in the request for revisions, corrections or justifications or may result in acceptance. If the District questions the Contractors proposed activities, logic, duration, manpower, or cost loading, the Contractor shall, within fourteen (14) calendar days after receipt of the Districts request, provide a revision to, or adequate justification for, these activities, logic, duration, manpower, or cost loading to the satisfaction of the District. GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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In the event the Contractor fails to define any element of work, activity or logic and the District review does not detect this omission or error, such omission or error, when discovered by the Contractor or District, shall be corrected by the Contractor at the next monthly Schedule Update (discussed hereinafter) and shall not affect the Contract Time.

4.

Acceptance of Contractors Detailed Construction Schedule a. Upon the acceptance of the changes, if any, to the Detailed Construction Schedule by the District, the Contractor, all sub-contractors, and District shall sign on the face of the Detailed Construction Schedule, which shall then indicate the acceptance of the Detailed Construction Schedule. Acceptance by the District of the Contractors Detailed Construction Schedule will be a condition precedent to the making of any progress payments under the Contract after the first one hundred and eighty (180) calendar days of the Contract Time. Upon acceptance of the Detailed Construction Schedule by the District, the costloaded values of the Detailed Construction Schedule will be used as a basis for determining progress payments. Monthly progress payments shall be based upon information developed at the monthly Schedule Update. To verify the application for payments the District will utilize the computer-produced Cost Report for Payment submitted by the Contractor.

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c.

5.

Acceptance by the District of the Contractors Detailed Construction Schedule does not relieve the Contractor of any of Contractors responsibility whatsoever for the accuracy or feasibility of the Detailed Construction Schedule, or of the Contractors ability to meet the Construction Completion, Contract Completion dates nor does such acceptance acknowledge or admit the reasonableness of the activities, logic, duration, manpower, or cost loading of the Contractors Detailed Construction Schedule.

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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CONTRACTOR - SUBMITTED SCHEDULES A. The Contractor will consider the following guidelines in the development of the Construction schedule: 1. 2. 3. The schedule shall be developed utilizing the Precedence Diagram Method. All schedules shall include the Contract Completion date. The schedule shall clearly identify the activities necessary for the completion of the work within Contract Time. If the Schedule indicates earlier Construction Completion than that set forth in the Contract, the difference between the Schedule and the Construction Completion date shall be considered to be part of the total float available to all parties. However, the District may at its option issue a Change Order reducing Contact Time to the indicated early Construction Completion date at no change to Contract amount. In developing the schedule, the Contractor shall be responsible for assuring that subcontractor work at all tiers, as well as Contractors own work, is included in the schedule. The District prohibit negative lag for FS, SS, SF, FF relationship. The Schedule as developed shall show the sequence and interdependence of activities required for complete performance of the Work. The Contractor shall be responsible for assuring all Work sequences are logical and the schedule shows a coordinated plan of the Work.

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Failure by the Contractor to include any element of Work required for performance of the Contract or failure to properly sequence the Work shall not excuse the Contractor from completing all Work within the Contract Time. The level of detail of the Contractors schedule shall be a function of the complexity of the Work involved. The total number of activities shall be subject to acceptance by the District. No construction activity shall have duration of longer than twenty (20) workdays without prior acceptance of the District. Non-construction activities (such as procurement, fabrication, etc.) may have duration in excess of twenty (20) workdays. Normal weather conditions shall be considered and included in the planning and scheduling of all work influenced by high or low ambient temperatures and/or precipitation to ensure completion of all Work within the Contract Time. Normal weather conditions shall be determined by an assessment of average historical climatic conditions based upon the preceding ten (10) year records published for the locality by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). CONTRACTOR shall allow for inclement weather in the Proposed Baseline Schedule by incorporating an activity titled Rain Day IMPACT Allowance as the last activity prior to the Beneficial Occupancy Milestone. No other activities may be concurrent with it. The duration of the Rain Day IMPACT Allowance activity will be based on Table #1 below, and will be calculated from the Notice to Proceed #2 until the original date of Certificate of Occupancy/Move in. Table 1: Cumulative Calendar Days Rain Day IMPACT Allowance: January 7 July February 6 August March 7 September April 4 October May 2 November June 1 December

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When inclement weather at the Project site IMPACTs Critical Path activities, Contractor may provide the District with a written request for a weather IMPACT day describing the inclement weather delay on the Critical Path activities. The inclement weather delay must be clearly indicated by a 70% decrease in the field labor workforce hours on Critical Path activities on the day in question as indicated by Contractors Daily reports from the day in question and the scheduled work days prior to the day in question. Upon District independent confirmation of the amount of rainfall and IMPACT, District will authorize Contractor to reduce the duration of the Rain Day IMPACT Allowance by one (1) day. Inclement weather on non-scheduled workdays shall not be granted as weather IMPACT days. If Contractor asks to work a specific weekend or holiday and gives District advanced, written notification of critical path work to be performed and a substantial amount of precipitation occurs that prevents the work from being performed, then that day cannot be claimed as a weather IMPACT day. If the effects of inclement weather from a non-scheduled work day carry forward to a scheduled work day and IMPACTs the Critical Path as noted above, then the scheduled work day will be considered Impacted by weather. Any unused rain day allowance at the end of the project will be shown as available float to the Beneficial Occupancy in Milestone. Excusable, non compensable Time extensions will be granted for inclement weather to Beneficial Occupancy in milestone only after the weather IMPACT area affecting the critical path work has exhausted the allotted cumulative Rain Day IMPACT Allowance. 9. Schedule activities shall meet the following criteria: a. Activity descriptions shall be clear and concise. Any abbreviations used by the Contractor not acceptable to the District shall be revised. All activities must be

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tied into the schedule by logical restraints, unless otherwise approved by the District. b. Proposed duration assigned to each activity shall be the Contractors best estimate of time required to complete the activity considering the scope and resources planned for the activity. The base planning time unit shall be one (1) day. Activities are the work performed by a single trade in a continuous operation. Responsibility for each activity shall be identified with the single performing organization, typically the subcontractor name. In addition to responsibility, each activity shall have as a minimum, codes in accordance with paragraph 1.02.A.2. Construction activities shall be cost-loaded. The assigned dollar value (costloading) of each activity of the Schedule shall cumulatively equal the total cost of bid items as noted in the Form of Bid. Mobilization costs may be shown as separate activity; however, other General Condition costs, overhead, profit, etc., shall be prorated throughout all activities. Any items that the Contractor intends to bill for as stored materials, need to be shown as separate material procurement or delivery activities in the schedule and the material dollars placed on these activities. Billing for any stored materials shall conform to the Contract Document requirements. Billing for stored materials on any other schedule activities not broken out in this manner will not be allowed. Contractor shall cost load activities in the Proposed Baseline Schedule and allocate costs to related resource/cost accounts associated with each activity. The cost accounts shall match the CSI codes listed in the Table of Contents of the Specifications. The format shall be coordinated with Specification (Schedule of Values), Specification Section (Application for Payment). All Construction activities shall be manpower loaded in man-days. In addition, the Contractor shall prepare and submit a separate manpower summary analysis in graphic format depicting manpower by subcontractor and aggregate by both histogram and cumulative curves. The graph(s) shall show the number of mandays of effort, by month, over the duration of the Construction Schedule. Holidays are defined as follows: 1) New Years Day 2) Martin Luther King Day 3) Presidents Day 4) Memorial Day 5) Independence Day 6) Labor Day 7) Columbus Day 8) Veterans Day 9) Thanksgiving Day 10) Christmas Day 11) Union Holidays (must be specified in proposal) A workweek shall be five (5) workdays (Monday through Friday).

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Review and approval of Shop & Coordination Drawings and samples. In the event of a submittal rejection, the Contractor shall incorporate additional activities to track resubmittal and review as part of a schedule revision. Responsibility for the delays resulting from resubmittal is solely that of the Contractor unless materials change from the Contract Documents has been requested; Shop fabrication and delivery; Erection or installation; Testing of equipment and materials; and Review and/or acceptance of test results.

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If requested by the District, the Contractor shall furnish a written narrative of the Contractors determination of duration for critical activities or sequences. Such explanation shall include the number of crews & crew composition. If requested, the Contractor shall provide a list of the major items of construction equipment intended for use on this Contracts operations including types, number of units, unit capacities and the proposed time each piece of equipment will be on the job, keyed to the activities on which the equipment will be used. For the Preliminary and Detailed Construction Schedule submittals, as well as for each schedule update, or schedule revision, the Contractor shall submit a CD of the Contractors Schedule to the District. In addition, the Contractor shall submit accompanying schedule reports and graphics as specified in Article 1.04 Required Reports. Contractor shall identify Work Disruptions into the Contractor Schedule and coordinate with District/Owner.

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REQUIRED REPORTS A. As a part of the Detailed Construction Schedule submittals, as well as for each Schedule Update, the Contractor shall submit the following reports and graphics: 1. Graphic Reports: a. b. c. Detailed CPM Schedule with critical path highlighted. Summary bar chart. Short-Interval bar chart Schedule showing one (1) week of history and three (3) weeks of future work to be utilized in the weekly scheduled Owner, Architect, Contractor (OAC) progress meeting (known as 4-week look ahead schedule). Submit in adobe .PDF and .XER file formats. Cost curve and histogram (Early / Late / Actual to Date). Manpower curve and histogram (Early / Late / Actual to Date).

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Detailed Predecessor and Successor report showing activity predecessors and successors sorted by activity number (Original Detailed Construction Schedule only). For schedule revisions, the Contractor shall submit this report to demonstrate the revisions; Total float report, sorted by total float (total float less than ten (10) days to be used to review critical path); Early start report, sorted by early start date or Activity listing report showing all schedule activities, and sorted by activity number; Schedule Cost Report showing activity dollar value, dollar value of work in place to-date, and dollar value for current period sorted by bid item break down. Resource report showing man-day allocations by specific trade on each activity; Variance report comparing current dates to previous period and/or baseline dates as required by the District; and The reports shall contain the following data for each activity: Cost / Resource Account Number (by CSI codes), Cost/Resource Account Description, Cost/Resource Account Budget, Material Quantities and Unit Costs, Cumulative Quantities and Cost to Date, Material Quantities and Cost this Period, and Estimated Material Quantities and Cost at Completion. Total Material Quantities and Cost at Completion. Total Material Quantities and Total Costs shall be organized and totaled by CSI codes.

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Cost Flow Histogram: a. Using the costs assigned to each activity, develop a histogram that projects the estimated invoice amounts by month for the Project duration. The histogram shall be produced from the scheduling software on 11x17 papers (landscape mode). It shall contain both a monthly bar histogram and a cumulative cost curve on the same graph. The Total Costs shall be based on the Early Dates option.

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Narrative schedule report including: a. b. c. Description of the actual work accomplished during the reporting period; Description of any problem areas encountered during the reporting period; Description of current and anticipated delays with recommended corrective actions to mitigate such delays; (A total number of men by craft actually engaged on the work during the reporting period, with such total stated separately as to office, supervisory, and direct labor when requested.) Contractor shall include with the Proposed Baseline Schedule a written narrative report sufficiently comprehensive to explain the rationale behind Contractors approach to the Work including but not limited to: activity durations, manpower flow, average crew sizes, equipment requirements, production rates, constraints, holidays and other nonwork days, potential problem areas, permits, coordination, with regulatory authorities, utilities, separate work contracts and other parties, and long lead delivery items requiring more than thirty (30) days from the date of order to delivery to the Project site; and A list of proposed modifications, additions, deletions, and changes in logic, phasing, or other information. Such an explanation shall include Contractors GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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rationale for selecting the number of crews, crew composition, number of shifts per day, number of hours in a shift, number of work days per week, construction equipment, and/or similar factors to the accepted construction schedule. 5. In the scheduling software, In the Schedule Dates menu, assign the Must Finish By date to match the Substantial Completion Contract Completion Milestone dates stipulated in Specification Section 01 11 00, Summary of Work.

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FLOAT TIME A. Float is not for the exclusive use or benefit of either the Contractor or the District. Float time will be allocated by the District according to the needs of the project. Pursuant to the float sharing requirements as set forth in paragraph 1.05A, use of float suppression techniques such as preferential sequencing, special lead/lag logic restraints, extended activity durations, or constrained dates shall be cause for rejection of the construction schedule and any revisions or updates.

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SCHEDULE MEETINGS A. Pre-construction Scheduling Conference: The Contractor and major subcontractors shall meet with the District within seven (7) calendar days after the date of the Award of Contract to conduct a joint review of the construction schedule requirements of the Contract to assure the District of the Contractors and subcontractors understanding of the requirements of this Section. 1. The District will schedule and conduct a Pre-construction Scheduling Conference. Contractor shall be prepared to review and discuss the schedule and sequence of operations plus cost and manpower loading methodology. The conference shall be attended by: a. b. Contractors Project Manager, Superintendent, and Scheduler; Any other Contractors key personnel, subcontractors representatives, and major suppliers representatives that the Contractor deems advisable to attend; and Representatives from other agencies may also be invited to attend.

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Procedures will be reviewed for the following: a. b. Development of the Detailed Construction Schedule by the Contractor; Periodic updating of schedule activities and method of determining schedule percent complete; Cost loading of activities; Manpower loading of activities; Procedures for making modifications to the schedule; Procedures for assessing schedule IMPACTs, schedule delays, and time extensions; Development of recovery schedules; and

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Data exchange and communications.

Weekly Schedule Progress Meeting: Once each week, on a day mutually agreed to by the District and the Contractor, a meeting will be held to assess the progress achieved by the Contractor during previous workweek. The Contractor shall submit a progress schedule listing the activities completed and in progress for the previous week and the activities scheduled for the succeeding 3 weeks. This Short-Interval bar chart directly derived from the Detailed Construction Schedule shall be used to generate this three-week window report. All activities shown in this ShortInterval schedule will be identified by the same activity numbers and descriptions as shown in the construction schedule. The Contractor may add further details to monitor this Short-Interval Schedule. Monthly Schedule Update Meeting: On a monthly basis, the Contractor shall meet with the District for the purpose of updating the Schedule. This updating process will be performed by the District and Contractor making an assessment of schedule activity progress during a joint job-site walks through. Use of a Schedule Update Input Report to log this activity progress is recommended. Information to be recorded consists of activity actual start and finish dates, activity remaining duration and/or physical percent complete, and (if applicable) dollar amounts earned for each activity. Miscellaneous meetings may be scheduled to review Contractor submittals at the discretion of the District.

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SCHEDULE UPDATING AND PROGRESS PAYMENTS A. Schedule Updating 1. Upon agreement upon the monthly update progress the Contractor shall finalize the computerized schedule update, and submit the required schedule reports as detailed in Article 1.04 Required Reports section of this Specification. In addition to these monthly updates, interim revision may be performed on the Detailed Construction Schedule at the discretion of the District. While these interim revisions will not be for Payment Application purposes, the Contractor and subcontractors will be expected to contribute revision data to the District as required to complete these revisions. Initially, the contractor shall status a current Monthly Schedule Update with actual Work progress only. No logic ties shall be modified. Status all Actual Start and Finish dates, adjust Remaining Durations where needed, and update Percent Completion of cost and resource loaded activities. No Activity Original Durations or Logic shall be changed unless authorized by District. No new activities shall be added unless authorized by the District. Once the schedule is statused in accordance with Section 01 32 00-1.07.A.3, Contractor shall print (and submit with Monthly Schedule Update) a Report of out of sequence logic that results from the updating process. Contractor shall then correct all out-ofsequence logic to reflect Contractors actual Work sequence. If Contractor chooses to modify logic or add activities (other than out-of-sequence corrections) include a written report to explain the Monthly Schedule Update. The narrative shall, at a Minimum include the following headings with appropriate discussions of each topic: a. b. c. Introduction A summary of Work which was on-going This Pay Period Problem Areas and Proposed Solutions GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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Critical Path Current and Anticipated Delays Coordination of Work with Others Milestone Status

In updating the Schedule, Contractor shall not modify Activity ID Numbers, schedule calculation rules/criteria, or the Activity Coding Structure required.

6. Contractor shall discuss actual dates and any variances to critical or near critical activities.

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PAYMENT FOR SCHEDULING 1. 2. The work in Section 01 32 00 will be included as part of the bid price. Preparation, revising, maintenance, and compliance with Section 01 32 00 is an integral part of the Contract Documents and is specified to have a minimum value equal to 1 % of the original Contract Amount . This amount shall be cost loaded into an activity titled Construction Schedule in both the proposed Baseline Schedule and the Schedule of Values a. Contractor may bill twenty percent (20%) of the amount cost loaded in the Construction Schedule activity when the District accepts the Proposed Baseline Schedule as the Baseline Schedule. b. The remaining eighty percent (80%) may be billed in equal monthly increments. The amount of those increments is determined by dividing the remainder of the amount cost-loaded in the Construction Schedule activity divided by the total number of months in the Contract Time. Payment of these incremental amounts is contingent upon District acceptance of Contractor Monthly Schedule Updates, Recover Schedules, Four-Week Rolling Schedules, and the updated Log of required submittals

C.

Progress Payments 1. The submission and acceptance of progress updates and the cost reports calculating the value of Work done for any given pay period for each activity, based on the percentage complete for that activity, shall be the basis for monthly progress payments. The Contractor shall be entitled to progress payments only as determined from the current updated and approved Schedule Cost Report. Once progress updates and the cost reports has been recorded, this data shall be processed by computer by the Contractor, and shall be used as the basis for the Contractors monthly Application for Payment. Allowable billing amounts for each activity will be the activitys budgeted cost amount multiplied by the updated percent complete. The monthly updating of the Detailed Construction Schedule shall be an integral part and basic element of the estimate upon which progress payments will be made. If, in the judgment of the District, the Contractor fails or refuses to provide information required to accomplish a complete Detailed Construction Schedule Update or revision as specified hereinafter, the Contractor shall be deemed to have not provided the required estimate upon which progress payments may be made, and shall not be entitled to progress payments until it has furnished the information necessary for a complete Schedule Update to the satisfaction of the District. GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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SCHEDULE MODIFICATIONS / REVISIONS A. If, as a result of the monthly Schedule Update, it appears the Detailed Construction Schedule no longer represents the actual prosecution and progress of the work, the District may require the Contractor to submit a revision to the Detailed Construction Schedule. Such revisions to the Schedule shall not alter any of the Project Milestone dates. The Contractor may also request revisions to the Detailed Construction Schedule in the event the Contractors planning for the work is revised. If revisions to the Detailed Construction Schedule are contemplated, the Contractor shall notify the District in writing at least fourteen (14) calendar days prior to the next Schedule Update meeting. The Contractor shall submit Fragnets of the proposed changes along with a written narrative of the proposed changes. Such revisions to the Schedule shall not alter any of the Project Milestone dates. If accepted by the District, these Fragnets will be incorporated into the Detailed Construction Schedule. Fragnets should indicate the IMPACT of any revisions to the milestone dates. Updating the Detailed Construction Schedule to reflect actual progress shall not be considered a revision to the Detailed Construction Schedule. Revisions to the Detailed Construction Schedule do not constitute an update.

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SCHEDULE IMPACTS, SCHEDULE DELAYS, TIME EXTENSIONS A. During the duration of the Contract, it may be appropriate to revise the Detailed Construction Schedule to incorporate IMPACTs or delay issues into the Detailed Construction Schedule. If the Contractor feels it has encountered schedule impacts that it feels may warrant a time extension, it shall present an impacted Detailed Construction Schedule to the District supporting its claim. The procedure for incorporating IMPACTs into the schedule is as follows: 1. 2. 3. Create a schedule activity (or activities) that represent the scope of the change or delay. Assign durations and cost/manpower resources to these new activities. Determine appropriate logic ties for these new activities. Assign predecessors and successors so that these activities can tie into the existing schedule activities. If such IMPACTs are the result of direction received, a Start No Earlier constraint of such notice may be used rather than an artificial predecessor. These IMPACT activities should be loaded into a separate copy of the updated schedule that immediately precedes the IMPACT issues time frame. For instance, if an IMPACT issue occurs during mid-April, the new activities should be input into the March 31 (status date) update. After the Detailed Construction Schedule is recalculated with these IMPACT activities in place, the affect they have on the Contract Time will determine if any time extension is merited.

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activities or cause non-critical activities to become critical. An IMPACT or delay may result in only absorbing a part of the available total float that may exist within an activity chain of the Network, thereby not causing any effect on the Construction Completion date. E. Contract Time extensions will be granted only to the extent that equitable time adjustments to the activity or activities affected by the IMPACT or delay exceeds the total float along the critical path of activities at the time of the delay and the delay is Excusable or Compensable. The District shall not have any obligation to consider any time extension request unless the requirements of this specification section are fully complied with. The District shall not be responsible or liable to Contractor for any construction acceleration due to failure of the District to grant time extensions under the Contract Documents should Contractor fail to substantially comply with the submission requirements and the justification requirements of this Contract for time extension requests.

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1.10

RECOVERY SCHEDULE A. The Contractor shall furnish such manpower, materials, facilities and equipment and shall work such hours, including shift work and overtime, as may be necessary to insure the progress and completion of the Work in accordance with the accepted and currently updated Detailed Construction Schedule. If work falls behind schedule due to Contractor actions to the extent that Construction Completion date will not be met, the Contractor agrees that it will, as necessary, and within 48 hours of written notice, take some or all of the following actions at no additional cost to the District, as required to substantially eliminate, in the judgment of the District, the backlog of work: 1. 2. Increase manpower in quantities and crafts necessary; Increase the number of working hours per shift, shifts per working day, working days per week, the amount of equipment, or any combination of the foregoing; and/or Reschedule activities to achieve maximum practical concurrency of accomplishment.

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If a monthly schedule update indicates negative float greater than (10 days) on critical path. The Contractor shall also submit to the District a Supplementary Recovery Schedule in the form of a Fragnet which displays how the Contractor intends to reschedule activities to regain compliance with the Contract Time. The Proposed Recovery Schedule shall include a narrative that identifies the causes of the negative float on the critical path and provides Contractor proposed corrective action to ensure timely completion of all Milestones and Contract Completion. If District accepts Contractor schedule Fragnet and an extension is granted, a Change Order will be prepared. District will advise what change order number the time extension will become. When Contractor receives this Change Order number, all the activities added to the Schedule Fragnet shall be given Activity Identification Numbers that corresponds with the Change Order number. Contractor shall cost load and resource-load the activities. The resource loading shall include a breakdown of labor, material, and equipment quantities. If District rejects Contractors Schedule Fragnet in part based on improper forecast logic or activity tasks then it shall be revised accordingly to conform to District review, comments and resubmitted.

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reasonably require, without additional cost to the District (subject only to cost adjustments for such changes in the Work as the District may direct), to ensure completion within the Contract Time. The Contractor shall cooperate with the District in supplying data and requested information necessary for all stages of schedule development, modifications, and updating. B. If Contractor fails to comply with the scheduling requirements of the Contract Documents, the District shall have the right, at its option, to retain the services of scheduling consultants or experts (including attorneys if necessary in its opinion) to prepare a schedule in accordance with the Contract Documents. This schedule will be used to allow the District to evaluate the work by the Contractor, and to determine whether the Contractor is substantially complying with the Contract Documents. All costs incurred by the District (except attorneys fees) in preparing this schedule shall be reimbursed by the Contractor.

1.12

RECORD DOCUMENTS A. Prior to Contract Completion of the Work, Contractor shall submit an as-built time-scaled network diagram reflecting the actual dates of all activities.

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SECTION 01 33 00 SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. SECTION Includes: Administrative requirements, preparation, and submission of Shop Drawings, Product Data, and Samples as specified herein and in the various SECTIONS of these Specifications. The requirements specified herein are in addition to requirements for Shop Drawings, Product Data, Samples, or other submittals specified elsewhere in these Specifications. Related Documents 1. Submittal of schedule of values is specified in SECTION 01 20 00, PRICE AND PAYMENT PROCEDURES. Submittal of construction schedule is specified in SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION". Submittal of requests for substitution are specified in SECTION 01 60 00 "PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS".

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Additional Submittals include provisions for comprehensive Demolition, Emergency and Utility Disconnection Plans as indicated herein.

1.02

DEFINITIONS A. As used herein, the term "manufactured" applies to standard units usually mass-produced; and "fabricated" means items specifically assembled or made out of selected materials to meet individual design requirements.

1.03

GENERAL SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES A. For all items required to be submitted on, the Contractor shall enter the submittal on Impact and shall upload digital copies of each item onto the Impact submittal folder before hard copies are delivered to the Program Management Team. The District will not accept submittals prior to the complete upload and recording of each document into the system. The proposed procurement activities portion of the network analysis specified in SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION" includes the scheduling of submittals indicating time requirements for coordination of submittal activity with related construction operations. Extension of Contract Time will not be granted because of the Contractor's failure to make timely and complete submittals. If submittal of Shop Drawings does not generally adhere to the submittal schedule, the turn around time shall be appropriately adjusted. Do not purchase materials or equipment or begin construction activities covered by the required submittals until submittals have been reviewed and returned in accordance with Paragraph 1.11, A. Accompany each submittal with a dated, signed and sequence numbered Impact transmittal on prescribed submittal forms. Include information required by this form including project identification, name and address of Contractor and of Subcontractor or supplier, a list of items included in the submittal, and identification of Drawing numbers, Specification SECTION and Paragraph numbers to which the submittal pertains, and space for Contractor's Quality Control Representative review and approval stamp. Indicate originally scheduled submittal date and actual submittal date and any deviations from the Contract Documents. Check of Returned Submittals: Check the submittals returned for correction and ascertain if the corrections result in a change. Notify the District, in writing, within five (5) calendar days if in Contractor's opinion such corrections result in a change to the Contract. By failing to notify or by GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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starting any Work covered by a submittal, Contractor waives all claims for extra costs resulting from required corrections. Provide/submit corrected submittals with the original marked copies for verification. E. The Shop Drawings, Product Data and supporting data shall be prepared by the Contractor or its suppliers and Subcontractors, but shall be submitted as the instruments of the Contractor. The Contractor shall check the drawings of its suppliers and Subcontractors as well as its own drawings before submitting them. In particular, the Contractor shall ascertain that the drawings meet all requirements of the Contract Documents and conform to the structural and space conditions. If such Shop Drawings show variations from Contract Documents, whether because of standard shop practice or other reasons, the Contractor shall clearly describe such variations including other changes required to correlate the construction in his letter of transmittal. Shop Drawings when submitted to the District for review shall be accompanied by a written statement signed by the Contractor, that the Shop Drawings have been checked by its Quality Control representative and found to be complete and in accordance with the Contract Documents and that proper provision has been made to accommodate abutting construction. This statement may be in the form of an approval stamp bearing the Contractor's signature. Submittals not requested in these documents or otherwise will be returned without comments. Substantiating calculations, including shoring, geotechnical tests, and crushed aggregate tests shall be prepared and signed by a registered Civil or Structural Engineer in the State of California, acting on behalf of the Contractor. Submit a minimum of eight (8) blue or black line prints and one (1) original with wet stamp and signature. Submittal copies shall be clear and legible. Submittals shall be paid for after approval by District. Submittals shall be prepared separately for each specification requirement in each Construction Package; a single submittal shall not be acceptable for an item specified in two separate Project Manuals, even though the item proposed is identical for both Packages. Deferred approval items shall be submitted to OSHPD as indicated on the drawings and detailed in these Specifications and as required by OSHPD. Such submittals shall indicate full coordination with all other construction and Work of the Project. Lists of major deferred approval items and systems are located on the General drawing sheets of each Package. Proposed equipment and material substitutions, submitted in accordance with SECTION 01 60 00 "PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS", will also require review and approval by OSHPD in the same manner as deferred approval items. Submit the following per the California Code of Regulations, Section 7-115, Part 1, and 7.125 (b) (1) (c), Title 24: 1. Drawings and specifications of deferred approval items shall bear the signature of the architect or professional engineer who has the delegated authority for design of the deferred approval item. This individual shall be employed by the Contractor. Computations for the structural design of the anchorage and bracing of a deferred approval item must be prepared by and bear the signature of the structural engineer who has the delegated responsibility for the computations. This individual shall be employed by the Contractor. The Drawing and specifications for a deferred approval item must also bear the signature of the architect who is in general charge of the Work and the computations for the structural design of a deferred approval item shall bear the signature of the structural engineer responsible for the general structural design of the Work. GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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Computations and other descriptive material or specifications for structural design of deferred item anchorage and bracing shall accompany Shop Drawings submitted to the Architect for review under procedures in this SECTION. Shop Drawings, computations and other materials in these submittals shall bear the signature of the professional engineer in the employ of the Contractor responsible for the design of the deferred approval items.

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Submit Seismic Certifications for required items of equipment and systems as required by OSHPD in Code Application Notice CAN 2-1708A.5. Any testing or seismic certification analysis required to obtain approval by OSHPD shall be paid for by the Contractor. Provide Seismic Certifications in a timely manner so as to not delay the construction schedule. Submit Coordination Drawings as outlined in Section 1.05. Incorporate the requirements of equipment and systems shop drawings into Contractors Coordination Drawings.

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1.04

SHOP DRAWINGS A. Shop Drawings: The term "Shop Drawings" as used herein includes fabrication and installation, layout, and setting drawings; wiring and control diagrams; quantities and location of the Work; and other drawings, diagrams, schedules and data specially prepared for the Work by the Contractor, or a Subcontractor, sub-subcontractor, manufacturer, supplier, or distributor to illustrate some portion of the Work. Shop Drawings are more than redrawing the Architect's Drawings. They are to add fabrication and installation details and provide information beyond that contained in the Contract Documents. 1. Check and verify all field measurements and submit for review, with such promptness as to cause no delay in the Work or in that of any other contractor or subcontractor, all shop or setting drawings and schedules required for the construction activities of the various trades. Shop Drawings shall be prepared at the Contractor's expense and shall be sent to the District's trailer, carriage prepaid. Drawings shall show all information required by the applicable technical SECTION and shall be in sufficient detail as may be required to show that fabricated materials, equipment or systems, and the positions thereof conform to the Contract Documents. Shop Drawings shall establish the actual detail of fabricated items, indicate proper relation of adjoining construction, amplify design details of mechanical and electrical equipment in proper relation to physical spaces in the structure, and incorporate minor changes of design or construction to suit actual conditions. Shop Drawings shall be drawn to scale and shall be completely dimensioned. Prepare Shop Drawings on sheet of same size as Contract Drawings or on 8-1/2" by 11" three hole punched vellum-type sheets suitable for reproduction. Provide Shop drawings in Adobe Acrobat format in addition to vellum-type sheets. Each Shop Drawing shall have a title block containing the following information. a. b. c. Name and location of the Project. Name and address of the Contractor. Name and address of the Subcontractor, manufacturer, supplier or distributor as applicable. Date, scale of drawings and identification number. Blank spaces, not less than 2- by 4-inches each, for the Contractor's review and approval stamp and District's action stamp.

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SECTION of Specification and Paragraph or Drawing that requires the submittal.

Submit 6 blue or black line prints and 1 reproducible transparency and an Adobe Acrobat digital file (not scanned) of each shop drawing. Upload submittals directly into Impact; follow by delivery of hard copies. The submittal receipt date will determined to be when the complete document has been uploaded and recorded on the project website through Impact.

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1.05

COORDINATION DRAWINGS AND FIELD LAYOUTS A. Prepare coordination drawings to indicate how work shown by separate Shop Drawings will be interfaced, intermeshed, and sequenced for installation where Work by separate entities requires offsite fabrication of products and materials which must be accurately interfaced and closely intermeshed to produce required results; however they shall be clearly identified as coordination drawings. Prepare and submit coordination drawings and field layouts as required to solve tight field conditions and when required to coordinate the construction activities of several trades and existing conditions such as mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and communications systems. Include dimensioned plans, elevations, sections, and details and give complete information particularly as to kinds and types of materials and equipment, size and location of sleeves, inserts, attachments, chases, openings, conduits, ducts, boxes, and structural interferences. Coordinate these coordination drawings and field layouts in the field for proper relationship to construction activities of applicable trades based on field conditions. Contractor shall have competent personnel readily available for coordinating, checking, and supervising of field layouts. The procedures for submittals and re-submittals, and final distribution shall be as specified for Shop Drawings. Coordinate preparation and processing of coordination drawings with performance of the Work so that Work will not be delayed by submittal. Coordinate and sequence different categories of submittal for same Work, and for interfacing units of Work, so that one will not be delayed for coordination with review of another. Submit Shop Drawings of products together with the required coordination drawings. The District will not review these assemblies without all required Shop Drawings.

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PRODUCT DATA A. The term "Product Data" as used herein includes manufacturer's standard drawings, certificates of conformance, substantiating calculations, schedules, performance charts, instructions, brochures, diagrams, and other data furnished by the Contractor to illustrate materials or equipment for some portion of the Work. The data shall include all information required by the applicable technical SECTION and shall be in sufficient detail to show that manufactured materials and equipment conform to the Contract Documents. Rated assemblies shall have approved agency listings. Interior finishes shall have flame spread and smoke development information indicated. Catalog Cuts: Clearly mark each copy to indicate the product or model as well as optional sizes, finishes or other features proposed for use. Delete inapplicable data. Submittal Preparation: Bind Product Data with sturdy, labeled covers with an index listing the contents. Loose unbound submittals will be returned without review. Submit a minimum of 6 copies of Product Data and an Adobe Acrobat digital file (not scanned)

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SAMPLES A. Furnish for review Samples of the various materials, together with the finish thereon, as specified for and intended to be used on or in the Work. Samples shall be sent to the District, carriage prepaid.

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Submit Samples to the District for distribution and review before purchasing, fabricating, applying, or installing such materials and finishes. Submit 8 copies of Samples, other than field Samples. One approved sample will be returned to the Contractor. Approval of a sample shall not be taken in itself to change or modify any Contract Requirement. Materials, finishes, and workmanship in the completed Work shall be equal in every respect to that of the approved sample. Unless otherwise specified, Samples shall be 8" by 10" in size and shall be limited in thickness to a minimum consistent with sample analysis. In lieu thereof, the actual full size item may be submitted. Samples of value may be returned to the Contractor for use in the Work after review, analysis, comparison or testing as may be required by the District, provided that the location is recorded and the Samples bear temporary identification as Samples. Field Samples shall be prepared at the Site by the Contractor as specified in the various SECTIONS of these Specifications. Affected finished construction shall not be commenced until the District has given written approval of the field Samples.

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DEMOLITION PLAN A. The Contractor will submit a comprehensive access, staging, demolition and removal plan within 25 calendar days after Notice to Proceed #1. The plan will be in the form of a written narrative and detailed on a drawing sheet, minimum 30" by 42" sheet. The narrative portion of the plan will clearly indicate the method of removal, equipment used, sequence of operation, and other mobilization plans. The reproduction of the Architect's site plans or Specifications will not be accepted. A background of building and street footprints will be provided to the Contractor for its use in developing the plan.

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EMERGENCY PLAN A. The SHARP GROSSMONT Hospital provides emergency care service to a large volume of patients on a daily basis. It is absolutely critical that all services - utility, mass transportation, pedestrian access, parking, and emergency vehicle access be maintained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The District recognizes that there is the potential that any one of these services could inadvertently be disrupted during the course of heavy construction. Therefore, the Contractor will prepare an emergency plan to manage the inadvertent disruption of all of these critical care services, prior to beginning any work. The emergency plan must be submitted to the District within 25 calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed #1. The narrative of the emergency plan will be accompanied by a drawing sheet, minimum 30" x 42" 1:40 scale, of the entire Site that depicts the location of all utility shut-off valves, disconnect switches, major circuit breakers, etc. for all utilities delivering services to the general hospital, telephone exchange, laboratory building, central plant, parking structures, helipad and the modular buildings around the Hospital. Indicate flow of all services on the documents also. Reproduction of the Architect's site plan or Specifications will not be acceptable; however, the District will provide the Contractor with a building and street outlined for the Contractors use in developing detailed emergency plans. The narrative of the emergency plan will describe in detail the emergency procedures the Contractor will undertake in the event of a disruption of these services. The narrative will contain the following, as a minimum:

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Description of temporary utilities that would be utilized in the event of a disruption to permanent services, including mobile generators, pumps, etc. Contractor's stand-by resources and ability to mobilize these resources, including both labor and material. Emergency Contact list for all major Subcontractors and Contractor personnel during on and off work hours. List all major utility companies and point of contact at each on the Emergency Contact List.

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The Contractor and District will meet and approve the emergency plan prior to beginning demolition and excavation activities. 10 copies of the approved emergency plan will be submitted to the District, and a copy maintained in the Contractor's field office. All Subcontractors must be given a copy and necessary training to implement the Emergency Plan.

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UTILITY DISCONNECTION PLAN A. The Contractor will be required to shut down utility service to some of the existing, active hospital facilities in order to reroute and tie-in new utilities. The Contractor will be required to demonstrate knowledge of the existing facilities and shut down procedures by putting together a Utility Disconnection Plan. The Utility Disconnection Plan must be submitted within 25 calendar days after receipt of the Notice to Proceed #1. The Utility Disconnection Plan will have the same drawing requirements as the Emergency Plan, indicating shut-off locations, disconnect switches, major circuit breakers, etc., and utility flow for all buildings described in the Emergency Plan section. The District Representative will arrange for the Contractor to meet with the Facilities Management Division at Sharp Grossmont Hospital prior to preparing the Utility Disconnection Plan and discuss location of disconnection, downtime, and procedures and notification of disconnect and recharging/re-energizing. The narrative of the Utility Disconnection Plan will include as a minimum: 1. 2. Meeting minutes from discussions with the Program Management Team. Designated days and times, in spreadsheet form, for all utility disconnections (i.e. Saturday, Sunday, Holiday shut downs and hour of the day for each shutdown) Point of contact and phone number for each individual at Facilities Management Division that will oversee shut down and recharge/re-energize of each type of utility service. Downtime of each non-critical utility service and indication of which utility service that the hospital will not allow to be shut down at any time. Temporary generators, pumps, tanks, equipment, distribution centers, feeders, conduit, piping, and location of all temporary utilities necessary to maintain continuous utility service when the existing services cannot be interrupted. Description of the crew make-up for each utility shutdown and recharge/re-energize, including Contractor's representative and Subcontractors' supervision. Only foremen or experienced journeyman will participate in crews performing such Work.

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The Contractor and District will meet and approve the Utility Disconnection Plan prior to beginning demolition and utility rerouting activities. 10 copies of the approved utility disconnection will be submitted to the District and a copy maintained in the Contractor's field office. All Subcontractors will be given a copy and necessary training to implement the Utility Disconnection Plan. Refer to SECTION 01 14 00 "WORK RESTRICTIONS" for additional requirements.

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DISTRICT'S ACTION A. The District or its agents will stamp and initial or sign submittals indicating review and required action as follows: 1. Submittals stamped "NO EXCEPTION TAKEN" require no further action and fabrication or construction may proceed. The District will return to the Contractor, the stamped transparency of Shop Drawings and 2 stamped copies of submittal. Submittals stamped "MAKE CORRECTIONS NOTED", require no further action and fabrication or construction may proceed contingent upon all corrections being made as noted. Quantities returned will be as specified in Paragraph 1.11, A, 1. Submittals stamped "REJECTED" or "REVISE AND RESUBMIT", require the Contractor to resubmit them with reasonable promptness and no fabrication or construction may begin. Quantities returned will be as specified in Paragraph 1.11, A, 1.

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Resubmittals: If first or subsequent submittal is stamped "REJECTED" or "REVISE AND RESUBMIT", corrective action shall be taken and resubmittal procedure shall be same as for first submittal. The Contractor shall direct specific attention in writing on resubmitted Shop Drawing to revisions other than the correction requested by the District on previous submittals. Distribution Copies: The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining required prints and for distribution to Subcontractors. Make distribution copies from the transparency bearing the District's stamp. The District will check and take action on such drawings and schedules only for conformance with the design concept of the Work and compliance with information given in the Contract Documents. When so directed by the District, the Contractor shall make corrections required. The District's review of Shop Drawings will be general only and shall not relieve the Contractor from responsibility for errors of any sort, for deviations from the Contract Documents, or for conflict with the construction activities of others that may result from such deviations. District's review of a separate item does not indicate a review of an assembly in which the item functions.

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REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION (RFI) A. Assumption of prior knowledge: Instructions to Bidders for this Work state requirements that, prior to submitting a bid, bidders become thoroughly familiar with the proposed Contract Documents, existing project conditions, existing facilities and that they request and secure clarification of all matters on which there may be any question as to design intent. Reasons for these requirements include the District's wish: 1. That bidders have complete and adequate knowledge of the proposed Work in order to propose a fair and proper bid price; To avoid unnecessary time-consuming and effort-consuming requests for information during progress of the Work; and To discourage frivolous requests for information while encouraging acquisition of complete familiarity with the Drawings, Specifications, and other Documents of the Contract.

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determine that the information is not contained in any portion of the Contract Documents. 2. 3. Fill out a "Request for Information" electronic form via Impact and submit it to the District. If the RFI is related to a field condition, photograph using current digital imaging technology indicating date, time, and location from which the image was captured. The digital images shall accompany the RFI via computer disk or may be transmitted electronically via e-mail. The District will conduct the necessary search. Within 14 calendar days, the District will respond to the Request for Information. a. Should the information be missing, or require clarification, the District will respond by giving the proper information to the Contractor. Should the information already be clearly shown in the Contract Documents, the District will so advise the Contractor by stating the location of the requested information and the District may deduct the sum of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) from the Contract Sum, not as a penalty but as reimbursement for the District's time and effort devoted to research and handling.

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The Contractor shall not submit coordination drawings or field layouts, for approval, as a Request for Information.

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SUBMITTAL SCHEDULE A. Within fourteen (14) calendar days of Notice to Proceed #1, Contractor shall submit a submittal schedule list, for approval by the District, of required submittals. The Submittal Schedule shall reflect submittal prioritization based on the sequence of construction. The Contractor shall prepare a submittal schedule for each item requiring a submittal by the Contract Documents and include these submittals in the project schedule. The following maximum review durations should be considered upon receipt of submittal by District: 1. A/E Duration - 30 calendar days 2. A/E Duration resubmission- 20 calendar days 3. OSHPD submittals - 120 calendar days 4. OSHPD resubmission - 60 calendar days OSHPD Deferred approvals must be signed and stamped by an appropriately licensed State of California Engineer and any required fees shall be paid for by the Contractor.

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SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR COMMISSIONING A. The Commissioning Authority will receive a copy of the standard submittals for equipment to be commissioned. The Commissioning Authority may require additional documentation necessary for the commissioning process. The Contractor will receive a written request from the Commissioning Authority for specific equipment or system information.

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SECTION 01 33 10 METHOD OF PROCEDURE PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 DESCRIPTION A. This section includes requirements for developing and implementing Method of Procedure (MOP) plans during the construction of this Project. Definition: Method of Procedure (MOP) is a written plan which describes the activities and procedures to safeguard the existing building's occupants, equipment, utilities, access, and contents and to interface with the building's management, operations, and security. Requirements: A MOP is required when a construction activity significantly affects the safety of the public or staff, equipment, access, or property or which may cause disruptive noise and other nuisance, or when requested or deemed necessary by the District. As a minimum a MOP will include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Phased work as shown on the drawings; Demolition activities; All site improvement activities integrating, adjoining or effecting existing facility; All site work near or around existing facilities; All utility tie-ins and/or shutdowns; All work that impacts the flow of traffic on the grounds or on the public streets; Infection control procedures; Interim Life Safety Measures; and Conduct a pre-installation meeting with the District, users, operations, and representatives from all relevant subcontractors, manufacturers representatives and conduct a rehearsal at a similar time of day of the activity demonstrating the proposed sequence of activities with all of the following present: a) All subcontractors relevant to the activity with all Labor and Supervisory personnel required. b) All Equipment and machinery to be used or installed. c) All temporary power and utility requirements. (for example: power for tools, water for mortar or cements). d) Materials. e) Provide a check list of all the above items to be filled out and signed by the Districts representative at the time of the rehearsal. f) A successful rehearsal with no deficits must be completed before the actual activity can commence.

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Development: Contractor shall develop the MOP in a timely fashion and allow 7 days minimum for review and approval by the District. Contractor shall develop the MOP with input and coordination of the subcontractors where necessary. Form: Each MOP shall be a written document in narrative, descriptive, or outline form supplemented with drawings, diagrams, and schedules. The detailed format shall be as approved by the District. The MOP will reference the CPM activity it affects. Review and Approval: Contractor shall submit each MOP in triplicate to the District for review and approval. IOR and OSHPD Field Staff shall review MOP's as appropriate. Implementation: Contractor shall implement the MOP when approved by the Districts Project GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT METHOD OF PROCEDURE VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE No. 002

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Manager in writing. No construction activity, which requires a MOP, shall proceed until the MOP is approved. Construction may proceed forty eight (48) hours after approval has been obtained from the District. I. Compliance: Contractor shall comply with the approved MOP. The District reserves the right to stop the work for noncompliance with the MOP. Any cost or time delay resulting from the work stoppage shall be borne by the Contractor. The following are considerations to be included in the MOP: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Identify the construction area and its boundaries; Identify access of trades and materials; Identify the sequence of work and its impact on occupants; Identity the protection and separation required for access to the work area; Determine the exact amount of materials required and availability at time of work; Determine the duration of the work; Provide temporary facilities for occupants as necessary; Notify occupants via District's Program Manager in pre-established time frame; Require the presence of the District's technical personnel for some additional procedures in sensitive areas; 10. Develop together with the District's technical personnel additional procedures in sensitive areas; 11. Develop detailed phasing plan of construction activities to ensure maintenance of utilities, services and access to facilities; and 12. Develop contingency plan to address procedures, methods and actions required to mitigate accidental disruption of utilities, existing facilities, and/or infection control practices. 1.02 RELATED WORK SPECIFIED ELSEWHERE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 00 31 25 Best Management Practices (BMPs) Requirements 01 14 00 Work Restrictions 01 31 00 Project Management and Coordination 01 32 00 Construction Progress Documentation 01 33 00 Submittal Procedures 01 41 00 Regulatory Requirements 01 57 10 Temporary and Environmental Controls 01 73 29 Cutting and Patching 01 57 11 Infection Control 01 57 12 Interim Life Safety Measures 01 57 13 Hazardous Materials Procedures

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SECTION 01 41 00 REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 DESCRIPTION A. B. This SECTION includes regulatory requirements applicable to the Work of this Contract. Not all requirements are listed in this SECTION. additional requirements. Refer to other Contract Documents for

1.02

DEFINITIONS A. Building Codes: Building Codes shall mean the California Building Standards Code, including all building standards published therein, and including the building codes that are identified in the Contract Documents including all additions, amendments, supplements, changes, and interpretations thereof adopted by authorities having jurisdiction over the Work. The term "building code" shall include "code", "governing code", and similar terms. For purposes of Article 1.02 of this section, identified in the Contract Documents means identified within the Specifications and/or indicated on the Drawings. Regulations: Building codes, laws, ordinances, permit conditions, directives, and requirements of federal, state, county, and local authorities having jurisdiction over the Work.

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AUTHORITY AND PRECEDENCE OF REGULATIONS A. Authority: 1. Regulations shall have the full force and effect as though printed in their entirety in the Contract Documents. The applicable edition of Building Codes shall be that adopted at the time of issuance of permits by the authority having jurisdiction over the Work. The applicable date of laws and ordinances shall be that of the date of performance of the Work.

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Precedence: 1. Where requirements of the Contract Documents differ from the Regulations the more stringent requirements shall take precedence; however, at a minimum the Regulations shall always be complied with. Where requirements of Regulations differ, the most stringent requirement shall take precedence. Where the Contract Documents require or describe products or execution of better quality, higher standard, or greater size than that required by the Regulations, the requirements of the Contract Documents shall take precedence as long as such increase is legal. Where the Regulations require more care or greater time to accomplish the Work or require better quality, higher standards, or greater size of products than required in the Contract Documents, Contractor shall perform such Work in compliance with the Regulations at no additional cost to the Owner.

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REQUIREMENTS A. General: Work of this Contract shall be in compliance with the Regulations. The intent of the Contract Documents is to construct a new Central Energy Plant in accordance with Title 24, California Code of Regulations. Should any conditions develop that are not covered by the Contract Documents wherein the finished work will not comply with said Title 24, a Change Order detailing and specifying the required work shall be submitted to and approved by OSHPD before proceeding with the Work. Building Codes: 1. Work of this Contract shall comply with or exceed the minimum requirements of California Code of Regulations (CCR) Title 24 (also called the California Building Standards Code and the California Building Code), including, but not limited to, the following: a. b. CCR Title 24, Part 1 - 2010 California Administrative Code. CCR Title 24, Part 2 - 2007 California Building Code, Volumes 1 and 2, based on the 2006 IBC and 2007 California Amendments. CCR Title 24, Part 3 - 2007 California Electrical Code, based on the 2005 NFPA 70 "National Electrical Code" and 2007 California Amendments. CCR Title 24, Part 4 - 2007 California Mechanical Code, based on the 2006 Uniform Mechanical Code of the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials and 2007 California Amendments. CCR Title 24, Part 5 - 2007 California Plumbing Code, based on the 2006 Uniform Plumbing Code and 2007 California Amendments. CCR Title 24, Part 6 - 2007 California Energy Code, a republication of the 2005 California Energy Efficiency Standards. CCR Title 24, Part 7 - 2007 California Elevator Safety Construction Code. CCR Title 24, Part 8 - California Historical Building Code. CCR Title 24, Part 9 - 2007 California Fire Code, based on the 2006 International Fire Code and 2007 California Amendments. CCR Title 24, Part 10 - 2007 California Existing Building Code. CCR Title 24, Part 12 - 2007 California Reference Standards Code.

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Performance of the Work shall also comply with applicable requirements of California Code of Regulations (CCR) including, but not limited to, the following: a. b. c. Title 8 - Occupational Safety and Health. Title 19 - Public Safety. Title 22 - Social Security.

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Performance of the Work shall also comply with applicable requirements of OSHPD Policy Intent Notices (PINs) and Code Application Notices (CANs) as adopted at the time of bid.

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Performance of the Work shall comply with or exceed the minimum requirements of Other Codes, Ordinances, Regulations, and Regulatory Agencies including, but not limited to, the following: 1. National Fire Protection Association Codes including, but not limited to, the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. NFPA 10 "Portable Fire Extinguishers", 2007 Edition. NFPA 13 "Installation of Fire Sprinklers", 2010 Edition. NFPA 14 "Installation of Standpipes and Hose Systems", 2003 Edition. NFPA 20 "Installation of Stationary Pumps for Fire Protection", 2010 Edition. NFPA 54 "National Fuel Gas Code", 2009 Edition. NFPA 72 "National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code", 2010 Edition. NFPA 80 "Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives", 2010 Edition. NFPA 90A "Installation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems", 2002 Edition. NFPA 96 "Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations", 2008 Edition. NFPA 99 "Health Care Facilities", 2005 Edition. NFPA 101 "Life Safety Code", 2000 Edition. NFPA 105 "Smoke Door Assemblies and Other Opening Protectives", 2010 Edition. NFPA 110 "Emergency and Standby Power Systems", 2010 Edition. NFPA 220 "Types of Building Construction", 2006 Edition. Other NFPA codes referenced in the building code and individual SECTIONS of the Specifications.

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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). a. b. c. Clean Water Act Clean Air Act Resource Conservation Recovery Act

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San Diego Air Pollution Control District (SDAPCD). Regional Water Quality Control Board and the State Water Resources Control Board. Department of Toxic Substances Control. City of La Mesa and County of San Diego Americans with Disability Act and associated Accessibility Guidelines (ADA-ADAAG), ANSI A117.1 "Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities", and other applicable federal, state, and local accessibility requirements.

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U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). California Department of Occupational Health and Safety (Cal-OSHA), California State Fire Marshal. Requirements of public and private utilities, utility districts, and other agencies serving the facility. Additional requirements Identified in Contract Documents.

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Excavation and Shoring: 1. Before beginning any excavation five (5) feet or more in depth, submit a detailed plan showing the design of shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions to be made for worker protection from the hazard of caving ground during the excavation. Proposed plan shall comply with the standards established by the State of California Construction Safety Orders and CCR Title 24. If the detailed plan varies from such shoring system standards, the plan shall be prepared by a California-registered civil or structural engineer, whose name and registration number shall be indicated on the drawing. If a dispute arises as to whether the plan must be prepared by a registered civil or structural engineer, the Owner's determination of the matter will be final and conclusive on the Contractor. Pay all costs of required engineering services and include costs in the Contract. Neither the review nor approval of any plan showing the design of shoring, bracing, sloping, or other provisions for worker protection shall relieve the Contractor from its obligation to comply with Construction Safety Order Standards and CCR Title 24 for the design and construction of such protective work and the Contractor shall indemnify the Owner, Architect, and Architect's Consultants from any and all claims, liability, costs, actions, and causes of action arising out of or related to the failure of such protective systems. Contractor shall defend the Owner, Architect, Architect's Consultants, and their officers, employees, and agents in any litigation or proceeding brought with respect to the failure of such protective systems.

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Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development Requirements: Performance of the Work shall comply with or exceed the minimum requirements of the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD). OSHPD is the primary agency having jurisdiction over Project design and construction. 1. OSHPD will approve an Inspector of Record (IOR) for the Project who shall be allowed access to the Site at any time. Refer to SECTION 01 45 23 "OFFICE OF STATEWIDE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT TESTING, INSPECTING, AND OBSERVING REQUIREMENTS" for additional requirements regarding the IOR. If required, complete and submit OSHPD verified report forms every three (3) months during construction. Separate verified reports are required from the Architect, Consultants, Inspector of Record (IOR), and Contractor. Permits: a. a. OSHPD will require a building permit for the Project. Local building permits will be required for portions of the Project not under the authority of OSHPD. Obtain and pay for permits from local authorities and serving utilities as specified in applicable SECTION in DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. Include cost of permits in the Contract.

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Work. Refer to requirements specified in applicable SECTION in DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. 5. Licensed Contractors Declaration. Prepare and submit required license documents for OSHPD approval. OSHPD Deferred Approvals: a. Deferred Approval Items: In accordance with Part 1, Title 24, California Code of Regulations, Section 7-153, where certain items, equipment or portions of their installation cannot be fully detailed or structurally calculated prior to selection of a specific manufacturer, the items or portions thereof may be identified in Contract Documents as "Deferred Approval". Any item which is required to be designed by the Contractor but is not specifically listed on the drawings as a Deferred Approval shall be considered a Deferred Approval for purposes of obtaining approvals. The Contractor shall comply with Deferred Approval requirements for such items. Do not fabricate or install items Identified in Contract Documents as "Deferred Approval" until they have been approved in writing by OSHPD. Make submittals requiring OSHPD approval to the Architect for the Architect's review and signature prior to submitting to OSHPD. For "Deferred Approval" items provided by the Contractor, the Contractor shall submit details, structural calculations, and other necessary data or material as required to complete the installation of the items and equipment without extra cost to the Owner. Wherever labeled fire-resistive products or assemblies are required, such labels shall meet OSHPD requirements. Deferred Approvals must be stamped by a California Licensed Professional Engineer which costs will be paid for by the Contractor.

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OSHPD Seismic Certifications: a. Seismic certification of architectural, mechanical, and electrical components, supports, and attachments, if provided, shall be pursuant to Section 13.2.1.2 of ASCE/SEI 7-05. Contractor shall comply with seismic certification requirements described in Code Application Notice (CAN) 2-1798A.5. Where seismic certification is not available at the time of bid, the contractor shall obtain an affidavit from the subcontractor, vender or supplier stating that the non-certified item is designed and built to meet the requirements stated in (CAN) 2-1708A.5. Contractor shall include the costs, including testing and professional fees, to obtain all required seismic certifications in their bid and no increase to the contractors lump sum price will be allowed for seismic certifications. The contractor shall be responsible for all costs related to changes in equipment required in the construction documents that require seismic certifications. On the second business day after the bid opening, the Contractor shall submit affidavits referenced above. Seismic certifications can be a project-specific submittal or a pre-approval. Failure to provide Seismic Certifications for any item required in the bid, included in the Contractors bid with an affidavit, or included in the Contractors bid without GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS VOLUME 1

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an affidavit is solely the responsibility of the Contractor. The Contractor shall be responsible for all costs to obtain Seismic Certifications for any equipment item either specified in the Technical Specifications or any Substitution requested by the Contractor. Costs include design fees, delay costs, impact costs and additional costs for Substituted items. 1.05 JOBSITE COPIES A. Obtain and maintain copies of codes, laws, ordinances, and applicable standards referenced in the Contract Documents at the Site at all times. END OF SECTION

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SECTION 01 42 00 REFERENCES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 DESCRIPTION A. This SECTION includes abbreviations and acronyms, additional definitions, and reference standards used in the Contract Documents. Refer to the SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS" and other Contract Documents for further information.

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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS A. The following abbreviations and acronyms may be used in the Contract Documents. Refer uncertainties to the Architect for a decision before proceeding. AA - Aluminum Association. AAADM- American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers. AABC - Associated Air Balance Council. AAMA - American Architectural Manufacturers' Association. AAN - American Association of Nurserymen, Inc. AASHTO - American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. AATCC - American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. ABPA - Acoustical and Board Products Association. ACI - American Concrete Institute. ACIL - American Council of Independent Laboratories. ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act. ADC - American Diffusion Council. AFI - Air Filter Institute. AF&PA - American Forest and Paper Association. AGA - American Gas Association. AGC - Associated General Contractors of America. AI - Asphalt Institute. AIA - American Institute of Architects. AIEE - American Institute of Electrical Engineers. AIMA - Acoustical and Insulation Materials Association. AISC - American Institute of Steel Construction. AISI - American Iron and Steel Institute. AITC - American Institute of Timber Construction. ALSC - American Lumber Standards Committee. AMCA - Air Movement and Control Association International, Inc. ANSI - American National Standards Institute. APA - The Engineered Wood Association. ARI - Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute. ASCE - American Society of City Engineers. ASHRAE - American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers.

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ASLA - American Society of Landscape Architects. ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ASTM - ASTM International (formerly American Society for Testing and Materials). AWC - American Wood Council. AWI Architectural Woodwork Institute. AWPA - American Wood Preservers' Association. AVWVA - American Water Works Association. AWC - American Wood Council. AWS - American Welding Society or Architectural Woodwork Standards. BCA - Building Commissioning Association. BHMA - Builders Hardware Manufacturers' Association. BIA - Brick Institute of America. CAL/OSHA - State of California Construction Safety Orders. CALTRANS - State of California, Business and Transportation Agency, Department of Transportation, "Standard Specifications". CARB - California Air Resources Board. CBC - California Building Code. CCR - California Code of Regulations CDA - Copper Development Association. CEC - California Electrical Code. CFFA - Chemical Fabrics and Film Association, Inc. CFMG - Cabinet and Fixture Manufacturers Guild. CFPC - Certified Forest Products Council CIMA - Cellulose Insulation Manufacturer's Association. CFR - Code of Federal Regulations. CISCA - Ceilings and Interior Systems Construction Association. CLFMI - Chain Link Fence Manufacturers' Institute. CMC - California Mechanical Code. CPA - Composite Panel Association. CRI - Carpet and Rug Institute. CRSI - Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute. CPSC -Consumer Products Safety Commission. CRRC - Cool Roof Rating Council, Inc. CS - Commercial Standard, United States Department of Commerce. CSA - Canadian Standards Association. CSI - Construction Specifications Institute. DASMA - Door and Access Systems Manufacturers Association International. DSA - Division of State Architect. DOC - Department of Commerce. DOE - Department of Energy. DIN - German Institute for Standardization. DSA - Division of State Architect, State of California.

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EIMA - EIFS Industry Members Association. EPA - Environmental Protection Agency. ESO - Electrical Safety Orders. FAA - Federal Aviation Administration, United States Department of Transportation. FCC - Federal Communications Commission. FDA - Food and Drug Administration. FM - FM Global, Factory Mutual System, Factory Mutual Engineering Corporation, Factory Mutual Research Corporation. FS - Federal Specification. FTC - Federal Trade Commission. GA - Gypsum Association. GANA - Glass Association of North America (formerly the Flat Glass Marketing Association and Glass Tempering Association). GRI - Geosynthetic Research Institute. GS - Green Seal. GSA - General Services Administration. HMA - Hardwood Manufacturers Association. HPVA - Hardwood Plywood and Veneer Association. HUD - Department of Housing and Urban Development. IBC - International Building Code. ICC-ES - ICC Evaluation Service, Inc. IFC - International Fire Code. IGCC - Insulating Glass Certification Council. IGMA - Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (formerly SIGMA). IMC - International Mechanical Code. IPC - International Plumbing Code. IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission. IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. IESNA - Illuminating Engineering Society of North America. IGCC - Insulating Glass Certification Council. IGMA - Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance. ISO - International Organization for Standardization. ITS-WH - Intertek Testing Service - Warnock Hersey. LSGA - Laminator's Safety Glass Association. MIA - Marble Institute of America or the Masonry Institute of America. MIL - Military Standardization Document, United States Department of Defense. MM - "Materials Manual", State of California, Business and Transportation Agency, Department of Transportation. MSS - Manufacturers Standardization Society of the Valve and Fittings Industry, Inc.

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NAAB - National Association of Air Balance. NAAMM - National Association of Architectural Metal Manufacturers. NBGQA - National Building Granite Quarries Association, Inc. NCMA - National Concrete Masonry Association. NEC - National Electrical Code. NECA - National Electrical Contractors Association. NEMA - National Electrical Manufacturers' Association. NES - National Evaluation Service, Inc. NFPA - National Fire Protection Association. NFPA - National Forest Products Association (now the AFPA). NFRC - National Fenestration Rating Council. NHLA - National Hardwood Lumber Association. NICET - National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies. NIST - National Institute of Standards and Technology, United States Department of Commerce. NLGA - National Lumber Grades Authority. NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOFMA - National Oak Flooring Manufacturers Association. NPDES - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. NRCA - National Roofing Contractors Association. NSA - National Security Agency. NSF - NSF International. NTMA - National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association. OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. OSHPD - Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, State of California. PCI - Precast / Prestressed Concrete Institute. PEI - Porcelain Enamel Institute. PS - Product Standard, United States Department of Commerce. RFCI - Resilient Flooring Covering Institute. RIS - Redwood Inspection Service. SAE - Society of Automotive Engineers. SCAQMD -South Coast Air Quality Management District. SDI - Steel Deck Institute or the Steel Door Institute. SFM - Office of State Fire Marshal, State of California. SMACNA - Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association. SRI - Steel Recycling Institute. SSINA - Specialty Steel Industry of North America. SSMA - Steel Stud Manufacturers Association. SSPC - Society for Protective Coatings. SWI - Steel Window Institute.

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TCNA - Tile Council of North America, Inc. UBC - Uniform Building Code. UFAS - Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards. UFC - Uniform Fire Code. UL - Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. UMC - Uniform Mechanical Code. UPC - Uniform Plumbing Code. USDA - United States Department of Agriculture. USPS - United States Postal Service. USS - United States Standard. WCLIB - West Coast Lumber Inspection Bureau. WCMA - Window Covering Manufacturers Association. WDMA - Window and Door Manufacturers Association WI - Woodwork Institute WWCCA - Western Wall & Ceiling Contractors Association. WWPA - Woven Wire Products Association or Western Wood Products Association. B. 1.03 Additional abbreviations, used only on the Drawings, are listed and defined thereon.

ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS A. In addition to the terms defined in the GENERAL CONDITIONS, the following terms are used in the Contract Documents and are defined as follows: 1. Accepted Equal, Equal: As accepted by the District as being of equivalent quality, utility, and appearance. Furnish: Supply only; do not install.

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REFERENCE STANDARDS A. Specified standards of the construction industry shall have the same force and effect on the performance of the Work as if bound or copied directly into the Contract Documents. Such standards are made a part of the Contract Documents by reference. Each entity or person engaged in the Work shall be familiar with the industry standards applicable to its construction activity. Where compliance with two or more standards is specified and the standards establish different or conflicting requirements for minimum qualities or quality levels, comply with the most stringent requirement. Refer uncertainties and requirements that are different, but apparently equal, to the Architect for a decision before proceeding. Copies of applicable standards are not bound with the Contract Documents. Where copies are required for proper performance of the Work, obtain and pay for authorized copies directly from publication source and maintain at the Site during submittals, planning, and performance of Work until final acceptance by the Owner. Make such copies of standards available to the Owner and Architect for review upon request.

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E.

For Products or quality of installation specified by association, trade, military, federal, or other reference standards, comply with requirements of the standard, except when more rigid requirements are specified in Contract Documents or are required by applicable codes and/or public authorities having jurisdiction. 1. Except as otherwise indicated, specified, or required by governing code, where compliance with a reference standard is required, comply with the standard in effect as of the date established for the receipt of Bids. Where a reference standard has been revised and reissued after the date established for the receipt of Bids and before performance of the Work affected, notify the Architect in writing and request a decision on how to proceed. Architect may issue a Contract Modification or an Architect's Supplemental Instruction for proceeding in accordance with the updated standard. The contractual relationship of the parties to the Contract shall not be altered from the Contract Documents by mention or inference otherwise in a reference standard. The provisions of the Bidding Requirements, SECTION 00 72 00 "GENERAL CONDITIONS", Contract, and DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS shall void the general, but not technical, provisions of a reference standard in conflict therewith.

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RELATIONSHIP OF DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS TO OTHER DIVISIONS OF SPECIFICATIONS A. SECTIONS of DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS govern the execution of the Work of all SECTIONS of the Specifications.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS Not used.

PART 3 - EXECUTION Not used. END OF SECTION

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SECTION 01 45 00 QUALITY CONTROL PART 1 1.01 GENERAL

SUMMARY A. This section covers general requirements for quality control of the Work, including testing and inspection procedures. The District shall provide and pay for all tests and inspections required by Title 24, OSHPD. The District shall also provide and pay for all costs associated with the Inspector of Record (IOR) which is provided and paid by the District. Definitions and Qualifications: 1. Testing Laboratory or Agency: District and OSHPD approved licensed testing laboratory or agency certified as meeting the requirements of ASTM D 3666, ASTM D 3740, ASTM E 329, ASTM E 543, and ASTM E 548 as applicable to the tests and inspections required. The laboratory or agency will be supervised by a California licensed professional engineer and will be hereinafter be referred to as the Testing Laboratory and will be provided and paid by the District. Soils Engineer: Registered professional geotechnical engineer employed and paid by the Contractor. Districts Inspector: Lead inspector or member of inspector team hereinafter referred to as District Inspector, employed and paid for by the District. The District Inspector is not responsible to coordinate inspections provided by the Contractor. The recommendations of the District Inspector take precedence over recommendations of the Contractor provided inspection. If the District does not assign a dedicated Inspector, the responsibility will be assigned to the Districts Program Manager. Disqualified Material: Any material shipped or delivered to the site by the Contractor from the source of supply prior to having satisfactorily passed the required test and inspection, or prior to the receipt of a notice from the Department that such test and inspection will not be required. Disqualified material shall not be incorporated in the Work. Inspector of Record (IOR): Lead OSHPD Certified Inspector employed and paid by the District. The IOR is not responsible to coordinate inspections provided by the Contractor. The recommendations of the IOR take precedence over recommendations of the Contractor provided inspections. Contractor Quality Control Representative (CQCR) - The Contractors employee responsible to provide and coordinate all required inspections. This individual must be approved by the District and is employed and paid for by the Contractor. IBC - International Building Code. CBC - California Building Code. Title 24, Parts 1 and 2, of the California Code of Regulations. OSHPD - Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. IR - Interpretations of Regulations contained in the California State Structural Safety Interpretive Manual.

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CONTRACTORS QUALITY CONTROL REQUIREMENTS A. The Contractor shall comply with Contractor Quality Control (CQC) System as defined in this section. Provide a system to perform quality control for all construction operations covering all phases of the Work, including the Work of the subcontractors and on-site and off-site fabrication, to assure that products and installation in connection with the Work of the Contract are in accordance with Contract Documents. Manufactured articles, materials and equipment shall be applied, installed, connected, erected, used, cleaned, adjusted, and conditioned in accordance with their manufacturers latest published instructions, unless more specific requirements are called out in the technical Specifications. 1. If product manufacturers instructions are in conflict with the Contract Documents notify the District for clarification before proceeding. Keep a copy of the various product manufacturers instructions applicable to the Work at the project site.

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Certificates: Where specified, deliver to the District two signed certificates from suppliers of materials, equipment and manufactured items stating that such materials and manufactured items meet or exceed the standards specified. In lieu of such certification, the Contractor may submit reports of current tests made and attested by a reputable and recognized Testing Laboratory. The District Inspector/Project Manager will reject non-conforming Work and issue noncompliance notices.

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1.03

CONTRACTOR QUALITY CONTROL (CQC) SYSTEM A. CQC Plan: 1. The CQC plan shall detail the procedures, instructions, and reports to be used to assure compliance with the requirements of the Contract. The CQC system shall include, but not be limited to: a. b. Review and approval of submittals, prior to submission to the District; Coordination of all testing and inspecting, in accordance with pertinent portions of this SECTION and requirements of the rest of the Specifications including retesting in the event of failure of any items of Work; Recording and reporting of CQC activities and results; Monitoring Contractor adherence to allowable noise impact levels specified in the SECTION 01 57 10 "TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS"; Monitoring Contractor adherence to air quality requirements specified in SECTION 01 57 10 "TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS"; and The Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program of the Final Mitigated Negative Declaration Report for the Prop G Building Project, prepared by Recon Inc., dated April 1, 2011, is made part of this Contract. Contractor shall comply with the mitigation requirements of that document including special monitoring

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requirements. The document is available for inspection, during normal business hours. Contact the District at (619) 740-5060 to arrange an appointment to review the document. The document is also available at the Districts website, www.grossmonthealthcare.com at the following location: http://icboc.gafcon.net/bidding/Bid%20Package%20No%20002/Forms/AllItems.aspx 3. 4. It shall be a complete and operative document. As a minimum, the CQC plan shall include: a. b. c. d. A copy of the letter appointing the CQC Representative (CQCR); A chart showing the relationship of the CQCR to other elements of the Contractors firm; Qualifications of the CQCR; Procedures for reviewing, processing, and approval of Shop Drawings, Coordination Drawings, product data, samples, certificates and other submittals for Contract compliance (refer to and coordinate with SECTION 01 32 00 CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION, and SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES"; Procedures for coordinating all testing and inspecting; An inspection and testing checklist, keyed to applicable construction activities of the project construction schedule following the order of the Specification Sections, indicating type of inspections and tests to be performed, the names of persons responsible for inspection and testing of each segment of the Work, and the anticipated schedule for each inspection and test; The schedule shall include special inspections and other off-site inspections, if any are required in the Contract Documents; The procedures for documenting the quality control operation with a copy of all forms and reports to be used for this purpose; and The procedures to ensure that allowable noise impact levels are not exceeded. Submit the Contractor Quality Control Plan within 25 calendar days after receipt of Notice to Proceed # 1. submit proposed changes to the CQC plan for review and approval by the District. Such submissions shall thoroughly address all segments of the plan affected by the proposed changes and shall identify implementation dates and time frames. Contractor CQC plan changes shall be made so that changes are easily identified (i.e. deletion via strike-through, additions via bold lettering, etc). The Contractor shall not change the plan without the Districts approval. B. Contractors Quality Control Representatives (CQCR) 1. The CQC Representatives shall be qualified with a minimum of five (5) years of experience in a position of responsible authority, QC representative, superintendent, project manager, for construction projects which included the major trades that are a part of this Contract. Five of the 5 years shall have been on hospital construction projects similar in size, type, use, and complexity to this contract. The CQCR shall report directly to an officer of the firm and shall not be the same

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individual as, nor be subordinate to, the Contractors project manager or job superintendent. 4. The Contractors Quality Control Representative (CQCR) shall be independent of that portion of the Contractors organization, which constructs the Work. If the CQCR is not part of the Contractors organization, that is a separate individual under contract to the Contractors organization, the CQCR shall have no financial interest in, and will not be an organizational part of, nor be contracted to any organization, other than the Contractor, who has a contractual relationship of any with the work of the Contract. The Contractor shall provide and pay for an adequate number of CQC representatives as well as Deputy CQCR, if necessary, and the CQCR shall be on-site sufficiently to provide and coordinate all required inspections and testing during the progress of the Work to ensure the quality of the Work and shall have complete authority to take any action necessary to ensure compliance with the Contract Requirements. The only responsibilities that the CQCR may have on this Contract are for providing and coordinating quality control: a. There shall be maintained a separation of the Contractors Quality Control Representative from its production efforts. If the District determines the CQCR is not effectively enforcing or performing the specified quality control requirements, or is engaged in production activities of any sort associated in constructing the Work, the District may, in writing, require the Contractor to remove such personnel from the Work and replace the individual with a new qualified person. The District reserves the right to issue a credit Change Order to recover CQCR costs incurred by the District as a result of the Contractor has not complying with the CQC requirements herein.

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CQC Preconstruction Meetings: Before construction operations begin, Contractor and CQCR shall meet with the District to discuss the quality control system. 1. The purpose of the meeting is to develop a mutual understanding relative to details of the CQC system including forms to be used for documenting the quality control operations, inspections, tests, approvals, certifications, administration of the CQC system, and District surveillance. CQCR shall document and present quality control issues at weekly progress meetings.

2. D.

Submittals - All submittals, including Shop Drawings, product data, and samples, shall be reviewed and certified by the CQCR as conforming to the Contract Documents prior to District review. Certification of Payment Request: For inclusion by the Contractor in each payment request, submit a certification, signed by the CQCR, that all Work for which payment is requested, including stored material, has been inspected and tested as specified and is in compliance with Contract Documents. The Certification is attached at the end of this SECTION. Acceptance of the Project and District Final Inspection of Work: 1. Prior to District final inspection and Acceptance, submit certification, signed by the CQCR, to the District that all Work has been inspected and that all Work, except as specifically noted to the contrary, is complete and in compliance with the Contract Documents.

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Prior to submission of the Record Documents by the Contractor to the District, CQCR shall mark and sign each sheet of the Drawings certifying to their accuracy.

G.

Reports and Forms 1. Submit CQC Progress Reports to the District in conjunction with the Application for Payment. a. Reports shall identify material deliveries, weather conditions, Work accomplished, inspections and tests conducted, results of inspections and tests, nature of defects found, causes for rejection, proposed remedial action and corrective actions taken. CQC reports shall include a copy of the certification attached at the end of this section and shall be submitted by noon on the following working day after submittal of the Application for Payment.

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Record Documents: a. Ensure that the As-Built Documents are kept current on a monthly basis to show deviations which have been made from the Contract Documents. The CQCR shall initial each deviation or revision. Upon Construction Completion, certify the accuracy of the As-Built Documents for the Contractor and submit them to the District.

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1.04

REQUIRED TESTS AND INSPECTIONS A. The District will provide all tests and special inspections required by the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), the District and the Contract Documents.

1.05

INSPECTION BY THE DISTRICT A. The District shall at all times have access for the purpose of inspection to all parts of the Work and to the shops wherein the Work is in preparation, and the Contractor shall at all times maintain proper facilities and provide safe access for such inspection. The inspector employed by the District, in accordance with the requirements of the State of California Code of Regulations, Title 24, will be assigned to the Work. Their duties are specifically defined in Title 24. The Work in all stages of progress shall be subject to the personal continuous observation of the IOR and District Inspectors. They shall have access to any or all parts of the Work at any time. The Contractor shall furnish the IOR and District Inspector reasonable facilities for obtaining such information as may be necessary to keep them fully informed regarding the progress and manner of the Work and character of the materials. The District shall have the right to reject materials and workmanship which are defective, or to require their correction. Rejected workmanship shall be satisfactorily corrected and rejected materials shall be removed from the Site without charge to the District. If the Contractor does not correct such rejected Work within reasonable time, fixed by written notice, the District may correct same and charge the expense to the Contractor. Should it be considered necessary or advisable by the District at any time before Acceptance of the

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Work to make an examination of Work already completed by removing or tearing out the same, the Contractor shall on request promptly furnish all necessary facilities, labor and materials. If such Work is found to be defective in any respect due to fault of the Contractor, he shall pay at no additional cost to the District all expenses of such examination and of satisfactory reconstruction. If, however, such Work is found to meet the requirements of the Contract, the additional cost of labor and material necessarily involved in the examination and replacement shall be allowed to the Contractor. F. Inspection of the Work shall not relieve the Contractor from any obligations to conform to the Contract Documents. The District will have authority to stop the Work whenever the provisions of the Contract Documents are not being complied with.

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APPROVAL REQUIRED BY OTHERS If laws, ordinances, rules, regulations or orders of public agency having jurisdiction require Work to be inspected, tested or approved by some authority other than the District or Contractor, the Contractor shall give required notices and make arrangements, deliver to the District the certificates of inspection, test or approval of such public agency, and pay costs thereof unless otherwise provided in the Contract Documents.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS Not Used. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 INSPECTIONS A. Coordination of tests and inspections: 1. Contractor shall schedule, initiate and coordinate tests and inspections required by the Contract Documents and public authorities having jurisdiction of the Work. Contractor shall provide the Testing Laboratory sufficient advance notice of the manufacture of materials to be supplied which, by requirements of the Contract Documents, must be tested at the source of supply so that the laboratory may arrange for testing

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Contractors assistance: 1. Contractor shall provide access, facilities and labor necessary for duties to be performed at the site by Testing Laboratory and District and OSHPD Inspectors, including furnishing ladders, hoist, lighting, water supply and like materials and equipment.

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Non-Compliance Check-off List: 1. Maintain a check-off list of Work that does not comply with the Contract, stating specifically what is non-complying, the date the faulty Work was originally discovered, and the date the Work was corrected. Submit a copy of the check-off list of non-complying Work items to the District on a monthly basis.

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the material manufacturer or manufacturers representative, manufacturer or representative shall also inspect the Work in place and issue a letter of approval to the District. 3.02 TESTING AND TESTING LABORATORY A. B. CQCR shall coordinate all testing required under the Contract. Samples: 1. Contractor shall furnish samples of materials to be tested at no extra cost to District. Test samples will be selected by the Testing Laboratory and not by the Contractor. Applicable tests shall be repeated at specified intervals, whenever the source of supply is changed, or whenever the characteristics of the materials change or vary during the course of construction.

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Contractor shall reimburse the District all or any part, of test and inspection costs incurred by the District due to the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Re-testing costs caused by failure of materials to pass additional tests; Contractors failure to complete the Work within the Contract Time; Covering of Work before the required inspections or tests are performed. Additional inspections required for Contractors correction of defective Work; Overtime costs for acceleration of Work done for Contractors convenience. Overtime costs for Contractor requested after hours inspections and testing.

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FAILURE TO PERFORM A. In the event the Contractor fails to adequately perform any or all of the provisions of this SECTION, the District, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to perform any or all of the provisions of this SECTION and deduct from Contractors progress payment the actual cost to the District of such services. This remedy for the Contractors failure to perform shall be in addition to any other right or remedy available to the District under this Contract.

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CQCR PAYMENT APPLICATION CERTIFICATION

I have reviewed the _____________

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Payment Application and

certify that all the Work being invoiced in the Payment Application has been inspected and tested by myself or someone under my direct supervision, and all the Work is in compliance with the Contract Documents requirements. All Work that is stored off Site and is being invoiced in this Payment Application, has been inspected and tested, and is in compliance with the Contract Documents and is stored in a bonded warehouse. All Work that is stored on Site, but not yet incorporated into the Work, has been inspected and tested and is in compliance with the Contract Documents. The Work stored either off or on Site has been inventoried by myself or someone under my direct supervision and is not less than the quantity being invoiced in this Payment Application.

__________________________________________ CQCR

______________ Date

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SECTION 01 45 23 OFFICE OF STATEWIDE HEALTH PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT TESTING, INSPECTING, AND OBSERVING REQUIREMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 DESCRIPTION A. This SECTION includes administrative and procedural requirements for tests, inspections, and observations related to hospital construction, as required by the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) of the State of California. Tests, inspections, and observations required by OSHPD are described in this SECTION.

B. 1.02

TESTS AND INSPECTIONS A. The Owner will select and pay an independent Testing Laboratory to conduct the tests and perform inspections as specified in SECTION 01 45 00 "QUALITY CONTROL" but may be reimbursed by the Contractor for such costs as stipulated in the GENERAL CONDITIONS and SECTION 01 45 00. Notify the Owner a sufficient time in advance of the manufacture of material to be supplied by him under the Contract Documents, which must by terms of the Contract be tested, in order that the Owner may arrange for the testing of same at the source of supply. Selection of the material required to be tested or inspected shall be by the Owner's Testing Laboratory and not by the Contractor. Material shipped from the source of supply prior to having satisfactorily passed such testing and inspection or prior to the receipt of notice from the Owner that such testing and inspection will not be required shall not be incorporated in the Work.

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TEST AND INSPECTION REPORTS A. One (1) copy of each test and inspection report will be forwarded to OSHPD by the Testing Laboratory. Such reports will include all tests and inspection made, regardless of whether such tests or inspections indicate that the material is satisfactory or unsatisfactory. Samples taken but not tested will also be reported. Records of special sampling will show that the material or materials were sampled and tested in accordance with the requirements of California Code of Regulations (CCR), Titles 22 and 24 and with the approved Specifications. Test reports will show the specified design strength and state definitely whether or not the material or materials tested comply with specified requirements.

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VERIFICATION OF TEST REPORTS A. The Testing Laboratory will submit to OSHPD a verified report in duplicate covering all of the tests and inspections that are required to be made during the progress of the Project. Such report shall be furnished each time that Work on the Project is suspended, covering the tests and inspections up to that time, and at the completion of the Project, covering all tests and inspections.

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OWNER'S INSPECTOR (Inspector of Record) A. An Inspector employed by the Owner in accordance with the requirements referenced will be assigned to the Work. The inspectors duties are specifically defined in CCR Title 24. The Work of construction in all stages of progress will be subject to the personal continuous observation of the Inspector who shall have free access to any or all parts of the Work at any time. Furnish the Inspector reasonable facilities for obtaining such information as necessary to keep him fully informed respecting the progress and manner of the Work and the character of the materials. Inspection of the Work shall not relieve the Contractor from any obligation to fulfill this Contract.

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SPECIFIC TESTS AND INSPECTIONS A. The applicable tests and inspections included on the approved OSHPD Testing-InspectionObservation form (see Volume Two, SECTION 01 45 10, OSHPD TESTING, INSPECTING AND OBSERVING REQUIREMENTS) will be required to the extent that the Work represented thereby is required by the Contract. END OF SECTION

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SECTION 01 52 00 CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A, Provide all temporary facilities required for the performance of the Work. Supervise the use of all temporary facilities; enforce compliance with applicable standards; prevent abuses or services. Temporary facilities include, but are not limited to: 1. 2. Mobilization and staging plan(s). Temporary Utilities: a. b. c. d. e. f. Temporary electric lighting and power Temporary water Temporary heat and ventilation Temporary telephone service Temporary sanitary facilities Temporary first aid, fire protection and other temporary facilities in accordance with legal requirements Temporary fencing

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Construction aids Field offices and storage sheds Temporary project sign(s) Temporary tree protection; Temporary sidewalks, canopies, bridges, curbs, gutters, and pavement markings Temporary controls Office equipment Waste disposal services

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5. D.

Enclosure fence for the site

Unless otherwise noted elsewhere in the Contract Documents, all costs of installation, operation, and maintenance and removal of Contractor temporary facilities shall be borne by the Contractor.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Comply with industry standards and applicable laws and regulations of authorities having jurisdiction including but not limited to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. B. Building Codes requirements Health and safety regulations Utility company regulations Police, Fire Department and Rescue Squad rules Environmental protection regulations

Standards: Comply with NFPA Code 231, Building Construction and Demolition Operations, ANSIA10 Series Standards for Safety Requirements for Construction and Demolition, and NECA Electrical Design Library Temporary Electrical Facilities. 1. Refer to Guidelines for Bid Conditions for Temporary Job Utilities and Services, as prepared jointly by AGC and ASC, for industry recommendations. Electrical Service: Comply with NEMA, NECA and UL standards and regulations for temporary electric service. Install service in compliance with National Electric Code (NFPA 70). Inspections: Arrange for authorities having jurisdiction to inspect and test each temporary utility before use. Obtain required certifications and permits.

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Conditions of Use: Keep temporary services and facilities clean and neat in appearance. Operate in a safe and efficient manner. Take necessary fire prevention measures. Do not overload facilities, or permit them to interfere with progress. Do not allow hazardous, dangerous or unsanitary conditions, or public nuisances to develop or persist on the site. The Contractor will correct, at no additional cost to the District, unsafe or deteriorating temporary facilities cited by the authorities having jurisdiction to test and inspect each temporary facilities, throughout the entire Project. Temporary services at centralized points of distribution indicated on the drawings will be provided and maintained by the Contractor. Where only part of the service is provided, provide the remainder with matching, compatible materials and equipment; comply with the utility service providers recommendations.

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MOBILIZATION AND STAGING PLANS A. Submit a mobilization and staging plan to the District before starting any Work on the Site in accordance with the requirements of SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES". As part of the Contractors Mobilization and Staging Plan, a comprehensive equipment study shall be prepared by the Contractor. Each study shall contemplate the locations, swing, overhead obstructions and protection, outrigger points under static and hoisting conditions, dunnage requirements, below grade utility protection, operator certifications, and other issues related to hoisting in the specific condition. When specific hoisting issues cannot be addressed, a general equipment setup and hoisting procedure shall be established. The procedure shall include specific checklists for setup and operation of cranes

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including those listed above. B. C. Include staging for major equipment, material deliveries, parking and temporary structures. The mobilization and staging plan(s) is due twenty (20) calendar days after NTP # 1. The District will have ten (10) calendar days to review it and return it to the Contractor.

1.04

LIGHT AND POWER (No Submittal) A. Maintain in a safe manner and utilize so as not to constitute a hazard to persons or property. Provide temporary electric power for items listed below, and other items required throughout the construction period, so that power can be secured at any desired point within the building with not more than a 100 foot extension cord: 1. Power centers for miscellaneous tools and equipment used in the Work; Lighting for safe and adequate Working conditions, sufficient for each trade to perform its Work to standard of quality specified, notwithstanding more stringent legal requirements, power for construction site offices or for other temporary storage and construction buildings, power for testing and checking equipment, power for welding units.

B.

Electrical Power Cords: Provide grounded extension cords: use hard-service cords where exposed to abrasion and traffic. Provide waterproof connectors to connect separate lengths of electric cords, if single lengths will not reach areas where construction activities are in progress. Lamps and Light fixtures: Provide general service incandescent lamps of wattage required for adequate illumination. Provide weatherproof guard cages or tempered glass enclosure, where exposed to breakage. Provide exterior fixtures where exposed to moisture. Maintain all fixtures and lamps throughout construction. Termination of services will be as directed by the District and proceed as warranted by construction. Upon receipt of notice to terminate service in a particular area, all wiring, panel boxes, breakers, etc., will be removed from the site by the Contractor. The Contractor shall obtain temporary electrical power from the San Diego Gas and Electric Company. The Contractor is responsible for verifying the type of service provided by others. The Contractor shall provide and maintain a complete temporary electrical service and distribution system. Electrical Outlets: Provide properly configured NEMA polarized outlets to prevent insertion of 110120 volt plugs into higher voltage outlets. Provide receptacle outlets equipped with ground-fault circuit interrupters, reset button and pilot light, for connection of power tools and equipment. Provide adequate artificial lighting for all areas of Work when natural light is not adequate for Work and for areas accessible to the public. Provide lighting along the length of all covered pedestrian barricades.

C.

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G.

H. 1.05

WATER (No Submittal) A. Provide and maintain temporary water service for drinking and construction purposes for all parts of the Work. Potable water service is available on campus, subject to the following: 1. 2. 3. Coordinate tie-in locations with the District. Make tie-ins with District approved, double check, reduced pressure backflow preventers and shutoff valves suitable for volume and pressure required by Contractor. Provide meter(s) for water used for drinking and construction purposes and pay for all costs.

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B.

Install water service distribution lines with taps located so water is available throughout the construction site by use of hoses. Install Fire Department connections as required by local authorities. Contractor shall pay all costs for installation, maintenance, and removal on completion of the Work, all temporary water service fixtures and distribution lines. The Contractor shall provide all piping, fittings, valves, hose bibbs and supports to supply water for demolition and construction purposes. Piping shall be of copper construction or another material as approved by the District. Water to each floor will be provided by the Contractor. Drinking Water Facilities: 1. 2. Provide containerized tap-dispenser bottled-water type drinking water units, including paper supply. Where power is accessible, provide electric water coolers to maintain dispensed water temperature at 45 to 55 degree F.

C.

D.

1.06

ENCLOSURES/HEATING/VENTILATING (No Submittal) A. Provide weather tight enclosures, and temporary heat and ventilation required to maintain adequate environmental conditions to facilitate progress of the Work, to meet specified minimum environmental conditions for the installation of materials, to protect materials and finishes from damage due to environmental conditions for the installation of materials, to protect materials and finishes from damage due to other environmental conditions, and as necessary to ensure suitable Working conditions for the construction operations of all trades. Heating Units: Provide temporary heating units that have been tested and labeled by UL, FM or another recognized trade association related to the type of fuel being consumed. In the event that temporary gas-fired or open-flame heating devices are used, they shall be of the heat exchanger type, properly vented to the outdoors, and shall comply with local and state laws, codes, and ordinances.

B.

1.07

TELEPHONES (No Submittal) A. Provide temporary telephone service for construction needs throughout the construction period. Provide at least one telephone in the Contractors field office, and one at the first aid station if located elsewhere than Contractors field office. Pay service charges for all local and long distance calls.

1.08

TEMPORARY PAVING A. Provide temporary three inch thick asphalt paving around field offices, including inspectors trailers, sufficient for pedestrian circulation in and out of the field offices.

1.09

TOILETS A. Provide and maintain temporary portable toilets and other sanitary facilities for all workers on the project as required by, and in accordance with, legal requirements. Provide toilet tissue, paper towels, paper cups and similar disposable materials for each facility. Provide covered waste containers for used material. Portable toilets shall be self-contained, single-occupant, chemical, aerated, re-circulation, or combustion type, properly vented and fully enclosed with a glass fiber reinforced polyester shell or similar nonabsorbent material. The number of temporary toilet facilities to be provided and maintained shall be based on the total number of workers employed on the site and shall be in accordance with all applicable codes. Maintain these facilities to be graffiti free. Use of the Districts existing toilet facilities in the adjacent buildings will not be permitted.

B.

C. 1.10

FIRST AID/FIRE PROTECTION/OTHER TEMPORARY FACILITIES

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First Aid Supplies: comply with governing regulations. As a minimum, each Contractor shall provide and maintain an unmanned first aid station for his personnel. Fire Extinguishers (General): Provide hand-carried, portable UL-rated, class A, or type to comply with prevailing code, fire extinguishers for temporary offices and similar spaces. In other locations provide hand-carried portable UL-rated, class ABC dry chemical extinguishers, or a combination of extinguishers of NFPA recommended classes for the exposures. Comply with NFPA 10 and 241 for classification, extinguishing agent and size required by location and class of fire exposure. The Contractor shall furnish, service and secure all fire extinguishers in accordance with OSHA requirements for temporary fire protection during construction. The extinguishers, at the approval of the District, will be located throughout the building in accordance with OSHA requirements, as each level is opened for construction. All extinguishers will remain in service for the duration of the Project. The Contractor shall supply, maintain and inspect all fire extinguishers periodically. Fire extinguishers must be mounted in plain view and sealed, so that operation of the fire extinguisher will break the seal. In the event a fire extinguisher is discharged or damaged, it shall be removed from service and be replaced with a charged unit at no additional cost. The Contractor shall post warning and quick instructions at each extinguisher location and instruct personnel at the project site at time of their first arrival, on proper use of extinguishers and other available facilities at the project site. The Contractor shall provide and maintain in Working order during construction adequate numbers of fire extinguisher per OSHA requirements in all areas of Work.

B.

C.

D.

1.11

TEMPORARY GRADING AND DEWATERING A. Maintain temporary protection as long as needed, and until permanent draining and grading is complete and operating. Temporary erosion control and drainage shall be maintained in accordance with the General SWPPP and the Contractors specific SWPPP. Refer to SECTION 01 57 00 "TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS" for performance requirements related to de-watering operation in accordance with the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Refer to Geotechnical Reports for other de-watering requirements.

B.

1.12

PERMANENT SYSTEMS USED AS TEMPORARY FACILITIES A. When any portions of the permanent systems are in operating condition, that part of the system may be used as a temporary facility provided that the Contractor obtains the Districts approval, assumes full responsibility for the system used and pays all costs for operation, maintenance, cleaning and restoration of the system.

1.13

MISCELLANEOUS TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION AIDS A. Provide and maintain all miscellaneous temporary construction aids required for proper execution of the Work, such as stairs, ladders, ramps, railings, canopies, scaffolds and hoists, chutes, barricades, enclosures, platforms, swing staging and walks. Locate in and about the Work as is practical and where they will not interfere with the progress of the Work. Relocate when necessary during construction and remove promptly when no longer needed. Provide openings where required for moving in large pieces of equipment. Close opening after the equipment is in place, and restore finishes to match adjacent surfaces, as approved by the District.

B.

1.14

SECURITY AND PROTECTION A. The services of a watchman will not be provided by the District. The Contractor, at its own cost and expense, may provide a watchman, protective service or other means of site security as it deems

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necessary. B. The Contractor shall advise the District of any theft or damage which might delay the execution of the Work and furnish the District with a copy of any theft report filed with local, District or state agencies. The District assumes no responsibility for loss, theft or damage to the Contractors materials or for damage to the Work in place before the Completion of the construction. In the instance of any such loss, theft or damage, the Contractor shall be responsible to renew, restore or remedy the Work, tools, equipment and construction in accordance with requirements of the Contract Documents without additional cost to the District. The District is not responsible for damage, liability, theft, casualty or other hazard to the automobiles or other vehicles, nor to injury including death to occupants of automobiles or other vehicles on the Districts property. The District may establish additional security policies and procedures. The Contractor will be required to cooperate with the District in implementing these procedures. Site-parked equipment, operable machinery and hazardous parts of the new construction subject to mischief and accidental operation shall be inaccessible, locked or otherwise made inoperable when left unattended. Selected entrances to the construction site will remain open during working hours for use by all contractors. Contractors shall utilize specific entrances for material deliveries, equipment deliveries and workers access to the construction site as directed by the District. Barricades, Warning Signs and Lights: Comply with standards and code requirements for erection of structurally adequate barricades. Paint with appropriate colors, graphics and warning signs to inform personnel and the public of the hazard being protected against. 1. All barriers and barricades provided by the Contractor shall be equipped with warning lights and signs as provided herein. All warning signs shall be illuminated during the hours of darkness in a manner acceptable to the District. All barriers and barricades shall comply with OSHA or other applicable safety requirements of the project. All barriers and barricades shall be installed in a manner that will allow for the continued progress of the Work. Any Contractor who, in the course of his work, creates a hazard is responsible for providing at his own expense, all required protection including all barriers, barricades, and perimeter protection necessary. Overhead Protection: a. Contractor shall erect all barricades, walkways, and covered walkways necessary to control and protect all personnel and vehicular traffic, and as shown in the Contract Documents and required by code. The overhead protection shall include side walls to protect pedestrians against lateral debris or earth movement. The overhead protection shall be designed by a licensed structural engineer, legally authorized to practice in California and retained by the Contractor, to withstand impacts anticipated by the Contractor operations. Contractor shall submit shop drawings with the engineers seal affixed according to the licensing regulations.

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Walkways:

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All pedestrian walkways (at the site perimeter and inside the site) shall be kept clean of dirt, debris, sand water or other materials that might result in pedestrian slip and fall incidents.

I.

Provide and maintain in good condition all protective measures as may be required to adequately protect the public from hazards resulting from the Work and to exclude unauthorized persons from the Work. When regulated by Building code and other public authorities having jurisdiction, such legal requirements for protection shall be considered as minimum requirements. The Contractor is responsible for the protection in excess of such requirements as required.

1.15

CONSTRUCTION FENCING A. Provide and/or maintain in good condition fence and gates at property lines and locations indicated on the Contract Drawings. Obtain and pay for all required permits and inspections. Provide and/or maintain in good condition green mesh from top rail of the fence to the ground at all chain link fences. Provide three Danger warning signs (minimum) at each gate with the contents: Keep out Construction Area, Restricted Area, and Hardhat Area. Contractor to use Cal OSHA approved signs. Provide and/or maintain top and bottom tension wires and corner post bracing, 20-foot sliding chain link gates with welded steel pipe frames and all hardware required for proper operation and construction in accordance with applicable codes and regulations of public agencies having jurisdiction. Provide padlocks and chains necessary to secure all gates. Contractor shall provide the District a set of keys for the padlocks. The construction site access gate(s) shall be locked at the end of each day. Refer to the Contract Drawings for the location of the fence in relation to curbs and walkways. Refer to the Contract Drawings for attachment of the plywood to the fencing posts. Remove the fencing, gates, and locks at the end of the project. Provide temporary fencing as needed to protect the work and public. Provide construction fence screen on temporary fencing with the following characteristics;
Tensile Strength Fabric Opacity Weight Warp Polypropylene 60% 3.7 oz/yd
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Burst Strength Fill 146 lbs 230 psi

180 lbs

1.16

TREE PROTECTION A. Provide temporary fencing, a minimum of 6'-0' high, along the drip line of existing trees remaining within the area of the Contract. Do not store materials, nor permit vehicular traffic or parking, within the tree drip lines.

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PROTECTION OF UNDERGROUND FACILITIES A. The Contractor shall provide and maintain proper shoring and bracing for existing underground utilities, sewers, and building foundations, encountered during their excavation work, to protect them from collapse or movement, or other type of damage until such time as they are to be removed, incorporated into the new work or can be properly backfilled upon completion of new work. Prior to GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION FACILITIES VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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beginning any excavation, the Contractor shall contact Underground Service Alert and utility companies for the location of all existing underground services and provide, if requested, documentation to the District of such contact. The contractor shall prepare and submit shoring and bracing submittal to the District for review and approval prior to start of work in accordance with SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES". 1. Utilities and/or other services which are shown, or not shown but encountered, shall be protected by the Contractor from any damage caused as a result of work and operations unless or until they are abandoned. If the utilities or services are damaged from its work or operations the Contractor shall immediately repair any damage and restore the utilities and services to an equal or better condition than that which existed prior to the damage. The Contractor will be responsible for all liabilities or claims resulting from such damage and will defend and hold harmless and indemnify the District from any claims or law suits. The Contractor shall be responsible for all damage to the Project including the existing buildings and grounds, due to their operations under this Contract. Repair or replacement of damaged items shall be to the satisfaction of the District.

2.

1.18

PROJECT IDENTIFICATION SIGN A. Maintain the temporary project signs. Keep the Site free from all other posters, signs, and miscellaneous decorations, except those required by Code and those required for safety. Contractor shall not post company name or logo signs as an advertisement. Small identification signs for contractor and subcontractor trailers are acceptable.

B.

1.19

WASTE A. Collect waste from construction areas and elsewhere daily whether generated by Contractor or environmental factors. Comply with requirements of NFPA 241 for removal of combustible waste material and debris. Handle hazardous, dangerous, or unsanitary waste materials separately from other waste by containerizing properly. Dispose of material in a lawful manner. The Contractor will provide all dumpsters. Each subcontractor shall place his debris into the dumpster. Materials unsuitable for disposal by the dumpster service (i.e. masonry, concrete materials, crates, combustible items, etc.) shall be hauled from the site by the Contractor.

1.20

REMOVAL A. Unless the District requests that it be maintained longer, remove each temporary facility when it is no longer needed to perform the Work. Complete or, if necessary, restore permanent construction that may have been delayed because of interference with the temporary facility. Repair damaged work, clean exposed surfaces and replace construction that cannot be satisfactorily repaired. Remove temporary sign, foundations, debris, grade to required elevations, clean area of debris and restore to original condition.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 PRODUCTS A. B. Provide new materials suitable for the use intended. Lumber and Plywood: For job-built temporary offices, shops and sheds within the construction area, provide UL labeled, fire treated lumber and plywood for framing, sheathing and siding. For signs and directory boards, provide exterior type, Grade B-B High Density Concrete Form Overlay Plywood. For safety barriers, sidewalk bridges and similar uses provide minimum 5/8' thick exterior grade plywood sheathing or greater if required by applicable local codes and standards.

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C.

Paint: For exposed lumber and plywood, provide exterior grade acrylic-latex emulsion over exterior primer. For sign panels and applying graphics, provide exterior grade alkyd gloss enamel over exterior primer. Tarpaulins: Provide waterproof, fire-resistant, UL labeled tarpaulins with flame-spread rating of 15 or less. For temporary enclosures provide translucent nylon reinforced laminated polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride fire retardant tarpaulins. Water: Provide potable water approved by local health authorities.

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E.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 EXECUTION A. Cost of use charges for temporary utilities will be paid for by the Contractor, unless noted otherwise.

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SECTION 01 57 10 TEMPORARY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. This SECTION establishes general control requirements for protection of land and water resources; control of noise, dust, and debris, and other environmental pollution; regulation of traffic, and control of other activities of the Contractor and the Contractors Subcontractors in performance of the Work of the Contract. The Contractor shall be responsible for complying with the Owners Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan to the extent the same covers Contractors Work activities.

B.

1.02

DEFINITIONS A. "Environmental pollution and damage" means the presence of chemical, physical, or biological elements or agents which adversely affect human health or welfare; unfavorably alter ecological balances of importance to human life; affect other species of importance to humanity; or degrade the utility of the environment for aesthetic, cultural, or historical purposes. "Sediment" means soil and other debris that may be eroded and transported by water. "Inert solids/inert waste" means non-liquid solid waste including, but not limited to, soil and concrete, that does not contain hazardous waste or soluble pollutants at concentrations in excess of water-quality objectives established pursuant to Division 7 of the California Water Code and does not contain significant quantities of decomposable solid waste. "Inert fill" means a permitted facility that accepts inert waste such as asphalt and concrete exclusively. "Construction and demolition waste" includes solid wastes such as building materials, packaging, rubbish, debris, and rubble resulting from construction, remodeling, repair, and demolition operations. 1. "Rubbish" includes both combustible and noncombustible wastes such as paper, boxes, glass, crockery, metal and lumber scrap, tin cans, and bones. "Debris" includes both combustible and noncombustible wastes such as leaves and tree trimmings that result from construction or maintenance and repair work.

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D. E.

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"Class III landfill" means a landfill that accepts nonhazardous waste such as household, commercial, and industrial waste, including construction, remodeling, repair, and demolition operations. "Chemical waste" includes petroleum products, bituminous materials, salts, alkalis, herbicides, pesticides, organic chemicals, and inorganic wastes.

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H.

"Sanitary Wastes":

1.

"Garbage" includes refuse and scraps resulting from preparation, cooking, distribution, or consumption of food; "Sewage" means domestic sanitary sewage.

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SUBMITTALS A. B. Comply with pertinent provisions of SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES". Environmental Protection Program: Prior to commencement of the Work of this Contract the Contractor shall prepare and submit to the District the written Environmental Protection Program proposed by the Contractor for compliance with SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES" and the requirements of this SECTION, as defined under Article 1.4 below. Meet with the District to review the proposed environmental protection program, make changes in the plan, and secure the Districts approval of the written environmental protection program, prior to commencement of the Work. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Compliance: Prior to beginning any demolition or excavation, the Contractor shall prepare a plan for achieving compliance with Districts Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and submit to District in accordance with SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES" and Article 1.04 below. The Contractor shall also obtain and become familiar with the latest edition of the "California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks" (BMP). The BMP presents specific guidance on selecting practices that reduce pollutants in storm water discharges from construction activities. The Contractor shall comply with the Districts SWPPP and all State and Local Agency storm water requirements.

C.

1.04

QUALITY CONTROL A. Use adequate numbers of skilled workers thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and completely familiar with the specified requirements and methods needed for proper performance of the Work of this SECTION. Comply with all pertinent Federal, State, and local regulations pertaining to water, air, solid waste, and noise pollution. Require the Contractors Subcontractors to comply with the provisions of this SECTION. Solid Waste Management and Environmental Protection Program: 1. After award of the Contract, and prior to commencement of the Work, schedule and conduct a meeting with the District representatives to discuss solid waste management and environmental protection, recycling, and rebate programs required in connection with the Work. Not more than 35 calendar days after the meeting, prepare and submit a written and/or graphic "Solid Waste Management and Environmental Protection Plan" including, but not necessarily limited to: a. List of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and permits concerning environmental protection, pollution control, noise abatement, and noise control that is applicable to the Contractors proposed operations; Procedures to be implemented to provide the required environmental protection and to comply with applicable laws and regulations; Location or locations of solid waste disposal areas proposed to be used by the Contractor, with statement as to current permits or licenses issued to those disposal areas; Contractors proposed procedures for recycling and re-use of materials; and Contractors proposed participation in rebate programs.

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Revise and resubmit the Solid Waste Management and Environmental Protection Plan as required by the District.

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Approval of the Contractors Solid Waste Management and Environmental Protection Plan will not relieve the Contractor of responsibility for adequate and continuing control of pollutants and other environmental protective measures. With each application for progress payment, submit a summary of solid waste generated by the construction and demolition operations. a. Submit on form copied from the example at the end of this SECTION or on a different form acceptable to the District; and Include copies of all manifests, weight tickets, receipts, and invoices specifically identifying the Work and waste materials from recycling centers, class III landfills, and inert fills.

5.

b.

C.

Prepare and maintain a 3-ring binder with rebate information and product identification as required for the District to qualify for rebate programs; submit the binder with final closeout submittals called for in SECTION 01 77 00 "CLOSEOUT PROCEDURES" of these Specifications. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP): 1. The District prepared an overall Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) and was issued a Waste Discharge Identification (WDID) Number by the State Water Resources Control Board, as follows:

D.

Grossmont Healthcare District Proposition G 5555 Grossmont Center Drive La Mesa CA 91942 WDID: 9 37C361797 Application Id: 418913 Permit Type: Construction Status: Active Submission Date: 08/22/2011 A copy of The GENERAL CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN (SWPPP) FOR GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT PROPOSITION G GROSSMONT HOSPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS, (dated August 18, 2011) is available on the Districts website at the following location; http://icboc.gafcon.net/bidding/Bid%20Package%20No%20002/Forms/AllItems.aspx 2. The Contractor shall be responsible for the implementation of that Section of the SWPPP which lies within their Contractors Work boundary. The Contractor shall provide the District with the information needed to have the Districts Qualified SWPPP Developer QSD amend the overall SWPPP with the contractors specific information immediately after the receipt of Notice to Proceed #1. The Contractor shall prepare a SWPPP Compliance Plan for the area located within Contractors Work boundary. The Contractor and the District will meet not more than thirty-five (35) calendar days after Notice to Proceed #1 to review the Districts SWPPP Amendment and the Contractors specific SWPPP Compliance Plan. The Contractor shall comply with Best Management Practices (BMPs) outlined in the SWPPP as well as any additional requirements of the California Regional Water Quality Control Board (CRWQCB). The Contractor shall be responsible for developing, obtaining and paying for any modification to District SWPPP requested by Contractor.

3.

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The Contractor shall be responsible for providing information to the QSD regarding current NPDES/SWPPP training of its personnel and Subcontractors demonstrating their knowledge of the storm water requirements and the implementation/installation of Best Management Practices necessary to comply with the Construction General Permit (CGP). The Contractor shall schedule and conduct inspections with oversight Agencies and Districts Storm Water Consultant upon their request. The Contractor shall be responsible for complying with SWPPP modifications implemented by District to achieve required storm water objectives. The Contractor shall conduct site inspections of the implemented BMPs, weekly as well as, before, after and during extended rain events (as defined in the CGP). The SWPPP Site Inspection checklist must be completed, CQCR certified, and submitted to the District each month as well before, after and during extended rain events (as defined in the CGP). At a minimum the Contractor shall sweep the access road(s), cover all trash containers and dumpsters, park equipment in a designated area (use of drip pans) daily as well as during rain events. The checklist is attached at the end of this SECTION.

6.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 MATERIALS A. Except for materials proposed by the Contractor for compliance with the requirements of this SECTION, and approved in advance by the District, no materials are needed.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 PROTECTION OF LAND RESOURCES A. It is intended that land resources within boundaries of the project, but outside the limits of permanent Work performed under this Contract, shall be preserved in their present condition or be restored to a condition after completion of construction that will appear to be natural and not detract from the appearance of the Project. Insofar as possible, confine activities of the Contractor to pertinent areas defined on the drawings or elsewhere in the Contract Documents. Maintain natural drainage patterns. Conduct construction activities in such a manner that ponding or stagnant water conducive to mosquito breeding habitat will not occur at any time. Land Resources: Do not remove, cut, deface, injure, or destroy trees or other vegetation outside the work area limits. Do not remove, cut, deface, injure, or destroy trees or other vegetation inside the Work area limits except as permitted by the District and where land resources are damaged by the Contractor, promptly replace or repair to the approval of the District and at the Contractors expense. Tree Trimming: In accordance with recognized standards for such Work, trim and seal tree limbs overhanging the line of the work and in danger of being damaged by the Contractors operations. Remove other tree limbs as directed by the District so the tree will present a balanced appearance. Roots: Do not cut roots unnecessarily during excavating or trenching operations, expose roots 75 mm (3 inches) in diameter or larger, encountered in the course of excavation, and do not sever but wrap them in burlap as a protective measure while exposed, and at the edge of the excavation or trench, neatly trim all roots 25 mm (1 inch) in diameter or larger that are severed in the course of excavation and paint them with a heavy coat of tree seal approved by the District.

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When and as directed by the District obliterate all signs of temporary construction such as work areas, structures, foundation of temporary structures, stockpiles of excess or waste materials, and other vestiges of construction; level all temporary roads, parking areas, and other areas which have become compacted or shaped; at unpaved areas where vehicles are operated, provide a suitable surface treatment or wet down periodically to prevent dust becoming a nuisance, keep haul roads clear of objects which create unsafe conditions; and promptly remove contaminants and construction materials dropped from construction vehicles. Do not drop mud and debris from construction vehicles onto public streets; sweep turning areas and pavement entrances as needed.

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3.02

NOISE CONTROL: Do not permit noise levels exceeding the following: A. Trenchers, pavers, graders, and trucks: 90 dBA at 50 feet as measured under the noisiest operating conditions. All other equipment: 85 dBA at 50 feet. Use "whisperized" type generators as approved by the District. Jack Hammers: Equip with exhaust mufflers and steel muffling sleeves. Use "whisperized" type air compressors as approved by the District. Operations: Keep noise equipment as far as possible from noise-sensitive site boundaries, use electric power in lieu of internal combustion engine power when practicable; Maintain equipment in a manner to reduce noise from excessive vibration, faulty mufflers, and similar sources, provide mufflers on all engines, and schedule operations to minimize their duration at any given location. Comply with the working hours outlined in SECTION 01 14 00 , WORK RESTRICTIONS, Article 1.09. Monitoring: As needed, provide portable sound metering devices meeting requirements of ANSI S1.4 for Type 2 sound level meters. Promptly locate and correct non-complying noise levels. Contractor shall take all practical measures to minimize, or eliminate if possible, air borne and structure borne noise generated from construction activities. Contractor shall comply with the ground vibration limits as specified by ANSI S3.29-1983. The use of explosives and riveting shall be prohibited. Maintain the noise barrier where indicated on Drawings.

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H. I. 3.03

RECYCLING REQUIREMENTS A. Implement a recycling program which includes separate collection of waste materials to the maximum extent feasible. Refer to technical specifications for recycling.

3.04

ARCHAEOLOGICAL/PALEONTOLOGICAL MONITORING AND RECOVERY PROGRAM

A.

Prior to commencement of grading activities, the construction contractor shall implement an archaeological monitoring and recovery program consisting of the following:

a. The construction contractor shall retain the services of a qualified archaeologist and a Native American (Kumeyaay) Monitor.

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b.

The Project archaeologist and Native American Monitor shall attend the pre-construction meeting with the grading contractor(s). If the Project archaeologist determines that grading activities will likely cut into previously undisturbed native soils, then monitoring shall be conducted as described below. i. The Project archaeologist and Native American Monitor shall be present during all grading, trenching or ground-disturbing activities in previously undisturbed native soils. ii. If archaeological artifact deposits or cultural features are discovered, grading activities shall be directed away from these deposits to allow for a determination of potential importance. Isolates and clearly non-significant deposits will minimally be documented in the field and grading shall proceed. For any potentially significant artifact deposits, adequate artifact samples to address significantly valid research avenues shall be collected using professional archaeological collection and methods. iii. Recovered materials shall be catalogued and analyzed. iv. A report shall be completed describing the methods and results of the monitoring and data recovery program. v. Artifacts shall be curated with accompanying catalog to current professional repository standards.

B.

Prior to commencement of grading activities, the Project contractor shall implement a paleontological monitoring and recovery program consisting of the following: a. The construction contractor shall retain the services of a qualified paleontologist. A qualified paleontologist is defined as an individual with an M.S. or Ph.D. degree in paleontology or geology, and who is a recognized expert in the identification of fossil materials and the application of paleontological recovery procedures and techniques. The qualified paleontologist shall attend the Project pre-construction meeting to discuss the grading plan with the grading and excavation contractor(s). If the qualified paleontologist determines that excavation activities will likely cut into previously undisturbed portions of the Stadium Conglomerate, then monitoring shall be conducted as described below. i. The paleontologist or paleontological monitor shall be present on site during the original cutting of previously undisturbed portions of the Stadium Conglomerate. A paleontological monitor is defined as an individual who has experience in the collection and salvage of fossil materials and who is working under the direction of a qualified paleontologist. Monitoring shall be at least half-time at the beginning of Project excavation, and shall be increased or decreased depending on initial results (per the direction from the Project paleontologist). ii. In the event that well-preserved fossils are discovered, the Project paleontologist shall have the authority to temporarily halt or redirect construction activities in the area of discovery to allow recovery in a timely manner (generally on the order of one hour to two days). All collected fossil remains shall be cleaned, sorted, catalogued and

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deposited in an appropriate scientific institution, such as the San Diego Museum of Natural History. iii. A report (with a map showing site locations) summarizing the results, analysis and conclusions of the paleontological monitoring and recovery program shall be submitted to the City of La Mesa within three months following termination of monitoring activities.

3.05

BURNING RUBBISH AND DEBRIS A. Burning of rubbish, debris, and/or other combustibles on the Site shall not be permitted.

3.06

DUST CONTROL/AIR QUALITY

Dust Control shall be conducted to comply with San Diego Air Pollution Control District regulations, including, but not limited to, the following: A. Contractor shall prevent air borne debris and dust generated during construction activities from traveling outside the area of Work. All loose materials being hauled onto or out of the Site in open truck beds or trailers shall be covered in accordance with State of California Vehicle Code Section 23114. Wheels of all vehicles shall be cleaned prior to leaving the Project Site. District and City of La Mesa streets shall be kept free of construction dirt and debris at all times by use of street sweeping equipment. The degree of cleanliness to be maintained will be determined by the District. Contractor shall water down all construction activities, such as excavation, that create dust. The Contractor shall provide temporary dust proof enclosures to ensure that particulate matter does not migrate outside of enclosed work areas to adjacent occupied hospital areas. The Contractors means and methods shall dictate the exact method used to comply with this requirement. Maintain and operate construction equipment so as to minimize exhaust emissions. Contractor shall maintain regular maintenance and tune-ups on their construction equipment to maintain emissions of NO, CO, ROC, and PM to the minimum (see CEQA report). During construction, the Site shall be watered and all equipment cleaned as necessary to reduce particulate and dust emissions. The Contractor shall install wheel wash stations to remove all debris from equipment, trucks and all other vehicles prior to entering public streets. Silt shall be controlled by providing hard surfaces on any construction roads, sweeping streets, and washing trucks leaving the Site. The Contractor shall wet down materials and rubbish to minimize dust and prevent it from blowing.

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C. D.

E.

F.

G.

H. 3.07

COMPLIANCE A. The District will notify the Contractor in writing of any observed noncompliance with the provisions of this SECTION, and will describe actions to be taken. Such notice, when delivered to the Contractor or his authorized representative at the job site, will be deemed sufficient for the purpose. Immediately upon receipt of such notice, initiate the required action or actions.

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B.

Non-compliance: If the Contractor fails or refuses to comply promptly, the District may issue an order stopping all or part of the Work of this Contract until satisfactory corrective action has been taken. No part of the time lost due to any such stop orders shall be made the subject of a claim for extension of time or for excess costs or damages by the Contractor unless it was determined that the Contractor was in compliance.

3.08

TRAFFIC REGULATION A. Traffic Maintenance: Determine the routing of construction vehicles before starting work, based on restrictions indicated in the Contract Documents, Construction Access Diagram, per SECTION 01 14 00, WORK RESTRICTIONS, safeguards and procedures necessary to carry out the Work. In addition be responsible for controlling construction traffic within and adjacent to the Site, provide all entrances, lifts and safeguards required or necessary to the progress of the Work, and effectively control such traffic to provide minimum hazard to the Work and all persons, route all construction equipment, trucks, and similar vehicles via existing public streets to and from the Site as approved by the governing authorities and the Construction Access Diagram as outlined in SECTION 01 14 00 , WORK RESTRICTIONS. Obtain and pay for permits and inspections necessitated by the use of public streets, sidewalks, curbs, and paving. Post guarantees and bonds that may be required, and repair and make good any damages thereto, acceptable to the authorities having jurisdiction, construct and maintain temporary walks and bridges for pedestrians. Keep streets adjacent to the Site open to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Maintain constant access for police, fire and ambulance service. Provide and maintain for proper control of traffic and safety of all concerned in compliance with the provisions of the latest adopted requirements of the City of La Mesa and/or San Diego County. This includes, but is not limited to, all necessary barricades, suitable and sufficient lights, reflectors, and danger signals, warning and closure signs, directional and detour signs, and whatever additional measures necessary. Indicate on a 24 hour basis all restricted and dangerous conditions existing on or adjacent to the Site, illuminate barricades, danger signals, warning signs and obstructions at night and keep warning lights burning from one hour before sunset and until one hour after sunrise.

B.

C. D.

E.

3.09

PARKING AND STAGING A. Do not permit parking on Site to interfere with activities related to the performance of the Work. The Contractor is responsible for providing offsite parking for all Contractor construction personnel, at no additional cost to the District, if the District provided Contractor parking/staging area does not provide enough parking spaces for construction personnel. The Grossmont Healthcare District will make available an offsite parking and staging area for Contractor parking and staging immediately upon receipt of NTP#1. This staging area is the only area that will be provided to the Contractor at the District's expense. All other improvements required to secure the area (whether indicated on plan or not) will be provided for by the Contractor. Improvements include the following: a. Perform Selective clearing of any existing vegetation, remove offsite. Contractor shall comply with all other requirements for dust and environmental controls enumerated in the specifications. Add Base Course over Staging Areas, Install Base course drainage layers (minimum 6 DGA), prepare and roll sub-base, fill dumped material, spread, compact as necessary.

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c.

Contractor shall cut into existing berm to provide access to staging from existing asphalt drive (access easement from Wakarusa Street is already provided by City), fine grade, finish grade, cover cut with dense graded aggregate. Contractor to furnish and install vinyl coated fabric (green mesh screen), 6'-0" high on existing Chain Link Fence. Assume costs for rental of existing Fence, currently paid for by the City of La Mesa. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan-The Owner will modify Proposition G NOI permit or other existing permit if applicable. Contractor shall add tube waddle at base of berm, refresh and provide maintenance of existing SWPPP work, and remove temporary staging area after completion of project. See Section 01 14 00 Exhibit A for limits of Staging and Parking Area. Contractor shall be required to share the site with other future Contractors working on other Proposition G projects. Contractor shall comply with all City of La Mesa requirements for the use of the site including obtaining any approvals, grading permits or any other requirements of the City as a precondition for use of the site. Contractor shall comply with all City of La Mesa requirements for vacation of the site at the end of the Construction phase. Restore the entire area to preconstruction condition including removal of installed base, prior to Notice of Contract Completion. END OF SECTION

d.

e.

f. g.

h.

i.

Attachments:

Form 1: Solid Waste Recycling form. Form 2: Summary of Solid Waste Disposal and Diversion. Form 3: Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Inspection Checklist.

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FORM 1 Grossmont Healthcare District SOLID WASTE RECYCLING FORM (Use form only if weight tickets or delivery receipts are not available) Project Information Project Name: Central Energy Plant Cash Contract No:_____________________________________________________________________ Project Address/Location(s):_____________________________________________________________ Thomas Guide Grid:____________________________________________________________________ District Engineer or Representative:________________________________________________________ Contractor Information Company Name:_________________________________________________________________________ Project Supervisor:______________________________________________________________________ Transportation Company Name(s):________________________________________________________ Business License No:___________________________________________________________________ Transportation Company Signature:________________________Date:___________________________ Equipment Type(s) of Solid Waste:___________________________Total No. of Vehicles:_____________________ Total Vehicle Loading Volume Capacity:____________ Haulers Permit No:______________________ Load Type(s) of Solid Waste:_________________________________________________________________ Were Loads source Separated or Mixed:____________________________________________________ Volume (cubic yards):__________________________Weight (tones):____________________________ Recycling/Delivery Site Information Delivery Date:_________________________________Quantity of Loads Delivered:________________ Site Address/Location:__________________________________________________________________ Delivery Authorized by:__________________________Signature:___________Date:_______________ Additional Comments ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Submittals 1. Contractor shall complete this form on a daily basis for load delivered to the recycling/delivery site. 2. Contractor shall provide the District proof of permission letter(s) issued by landowner or site operator and acceptable to the District, authorizing the Contractor to deliver the solid waste to the recycling/delivery site. 3. Contractor shall provide to the District proof from the landowner or site operator and acceptable to the District, to show that the solid waste delivered to the recycling/delivery site will be recycled or reused in accordance with the contract specification. END OF FORM 1

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FORM 2 SUMMARY OF SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL AND DIVERSION Project Name: Project Number: Contractor Name: Addresses: License Number: Quantity of Generated Waste Asphalt Porcelain Porcelain Ferrous metal Non-Ferrous metal Wood Debris Glass Red clay brick Bond paper Newsprint Cardboard Others: (Use additional page if needed) Quantity of Recycled/Reused Quantity of Disposed Central Energy Plant Architects Project Number

Signature: Title:

Date:

END OF FORM 2

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FORM 3 STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN INSPECTION CHECKLIST Project Name: [ ] Regular Inspection Central Energy Plant [ ] Rainfall Inspection (Before) Rainfall ____ Inches Date: ____________________ Date: ____________________

[ ] Rainfall Inspection (After)

Inspected by: _______________________ CQCR Certification: __________________

Project / Bid Package: ____________________________________________

ITEM Are the BMPs called for on the SWPPP installed in the proper location and according to the specifications for the SWPPP? Are all operational storm drain inlets protected from sediment inflow? Do any structural practices require repair or clean-out to maintain adequate function? If yes, indicate which ones: Are construction on-site traffic routes, parking and storage of equipment and supplies restricted to areas specifically designated for those uses? Are locations of temporary soil stock piles or construction materials in approved areas? Do any seeded or landscaped areas require maintenance, irrigation, fertilization, seeding or mulching? Is there any evidence that sediment is leaving the Site? Is there any evidence of erosion or cut or fill slopes? Is there any evidence of sediment, debris, or mud on public roads at intersections with Site access roads? Does SWPPP require revisions? If yes, explain: -

YES

NO

DOES NOT APPLY

THIS FORM MUST BE SUBMITTED PRIOR TO OR WITH THE MONTHLY PAYMENT APPLICATION. END OF FORM 3

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SECTION 01 57 11 INFECTION CONTROL PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. This SECTION includes the mandatory Infection Control program of Sharp Grossmont Hospital which serves to ensure proper protection of Sharp Grossmont Hospital employees, patients and visitors against infection.

1.02

REFERENCES A. Sharp Policy #18615.99: FACILITY AND OCCUPANT PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE INFECTION CONTROL AND INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES (ILSM) (Attached hereto). Sharp Policy #05200.00: Tuberculosis Exposure Control Plan (11/10) (Attached hereto).

B. 1.03 1.04

Not Used PROCEDURE A. B. The Contractor shall comply with all requirements of the Policy #18615.99 and #05200.00. The Contractor shall provide testing and reporting for all employees who require access to occupied spaces within the Hospital, including public spaces like Main Lobby, Corridors and Cafeteria. The costs of test for Contractor and Subcontractor employees shall be included in the Contractor's scope of Work.

1.05

QUALITY ASSURANCE A. The Contractor shall inform the Owner's Representative and IOR of pending construction, and shall be present during discussion of the Infection Control Policy at the Preconstruction Meeting. Discussion of infection control shall be documented in the meeting minutes and at regularly scheduled progress meetings. The Owner will inspect construction areas and document violations and remedies of the Infection Control Plan and provide notice of Violations though the PIMS.

B.

C.

1.06

ENFORCEMENT OF INFECTION CONTROL MEASURES A. Enforcement of Infection Control Measures will be documented by the Owner with the use of the Infection Control Risk Assessment form Checklist. Because Implementation of Infection Control procedures are critical to protecting the health and safety of patients, staff and visitors at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, the Contractor shall respond immediately to notice of violations and shall not exceed a maximum of 4 hours to correct deficiencies and/or violations of any of the policies. Within 20 calendar days after the date of the Notice to Proceed #1, the Contractor shall develop an infection control plan in conformance with attached the Sharp policies attached to this Section..

B.

C.

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PART 2 PRODUCTS Not used.

PART 3 EXECUTION Not used. Attachments: Attachment 1: Sharp Policy #18615.99: FACILITY AND OCCUPANT PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE INFECTION CONTROL AND INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES (ILSM). Sharp Policy #05200 .00: Tuberculosis Exposure Control Plan (11/10).

Attachment 2:

END OF SECTION

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FACILITY AND OCCUPANT PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE INFECTION CONTROL AND INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES (ILSM)
SUBJECT:

Risk Management
KEYWORD(S): IDENTIFICATION,PREVENTION, IC MANUAL, INFECTION CONTROL

MANUAL, ILSM
[X] All Sharp HealthCare [ ] SRS [ ] SCMG [ ] SHP [ ] System Services AFFECTED DEPARTMENTS: ACCREDITATION:

All Departments

Joint Commission EC.5.50 & 8.30 CDPH


LEGAL REFERENCES:

Hospitals (check all that apply): [ ] SCOR [ ] SMH [ ] SCVMC [ ] SMBHW [ ] SGH [ ] SMV [ ] SVP

ORIGINATOR:

FES/Infection Control

Cal-OSHA

I.

PURPOSE: To outline the components of a proactive risk assessment of the environment when infection control, fire protection, environment or grounds safety are affected by construction, renovation or maintenance. This policy will include all new projects as well as existing. DEFINITIONS: For the purposes of this policy: Risk Any condition, actual or potential, that may result in the injury of the occupants or cause damage to the property or equipment. Project Manager The person assigned either by Corporate Development (a.k.a. Facilities Management & Development Office) or the Plant Operations Manager to oversee details/progress of the project. Contracted Construction Foreman The contracted person appointed as leader for onsite construction work. ILSM Interim Life Safety Measures (see also Interim Life Safety Measures Matrix Reference Tool Attachment B) Construction/Renovation Any change in structure or building system or new building project. Maintenance Activities designed to provide continuation of services. Loss of Ceiling Integrity Occurs when any work is required above the ceiling.

II.

III. TEXT:
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FACILITY AND OCCUPANT PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE INFECTION CONTROL AND INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES (ILSM)
SUBJECT:

Risk Management
KEYWORD(S): IDENTIFICATION,PREVENTION, IC MANUAL, INFECTION CONTROL

MANUAL, ILSM

A Risk Assessment Team, lead by the Project Manager, will assess each construction/renovation and maintenance site prior to and subsequent to completion of all such projects. The team will summarize pre and post findings and action plans will be initiated prior to initiation of the project to provide as safe an area as possible for staff, patients, and visitors. A representative from the Infection Control Department (ICD) is part of the construction/renovation planning team for projects during design stage, and remains part of the planning team before each new phase of construction begins. IV. PROCEDURE 1. An assessment team, lead by the Project Manager will visit the construction/renovation site before the project for the purpose of developing a project environment of care plan that incorporates the following elements: a. Assessment of the site (see Project Risk Assessment Form Attachment A)(Attachment B and C are tools that may be used to assist in the evaluation of the project.) b. Notation of any immediate pre-project concerns c. Determination of limitation(s) to site access d. Any major risks e. Any minor risks f. Action plans to address the site g. Frequency of site surveillance during the project shall be no less than once a month (use ILSM, Infection Control and Safety Surveillance Form Attachment D) 2. The risk assessment team be comprised of the following group as needed: a. The site Safety Officer b. Contracted construction foreman c. Engineering d. Infection Control Practitioner e. Department manager/designee f. Ad Hoc members as identified g. Project Manager h. EVS Manager 3. All contracted construction and installation teams are required to view video titled Protecting Patients in Healthcare Facilities During Construction and Maintenance (Pacific Environmental Systems, 2001) prior to beginning the project. 4. The Project Manager will verify that all contracted construction team members have had Sharp Health Care construction orientation and check-in at designated area to receive contractors Infection Control information as determined by the Project Risk Assessment form. Construction workers must check-in with the department manager/designee prior to
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Assessment Team

Assessment Team

Project Manager/Facilities Engineering Patient Care Staff

Project Manager

5.

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SUBJECT:

Risk Management
KEYWORD(S): IDENTIFICATION,PREVENTION, IC MANUAL, INFECTION CONTROL

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beginning work. Sharp Health Care staff will verify that construction workers wear badges and that they have followed appropriate check-in procedures (see Attachment A) and report to Infection Control if they observe unsealed barriers or visible dust. 6. Smoking in any area of the hospitals campus is prohibited except in behavioral health settings as specified in Sharp Health Care policy number 01217. Contracted construction workers must participate in onsite fire drills as required by interim life safety requirements specified by the Joint Commission. Signs will be posted to alert personnel to alternative exit routes, if necessary. A project file will be initiated with the start of each construction/renovation project by the Project Manager and will be maintained in the hospitals Engineering office.

Project Manager

Safety Officer

7.

Project Manager Facilities Management Project Manager

8. 9.

10. The Risk Assessment Team will determine which projects will be monitored for safety compliance, using the Project Risk Assessment form and with what frequency monitoring will occur based upon the scope of the project. 11. Significant ILSM, Safety or Infection Control variances will be reported to the Facilities & Environmental Subcommittee (FES) and discussed when applicable.

Infection Control Practitioner

Project Manager 12. Infection Precautions a. Any plant disruption requires appropriate use of Infection Control precautions (attachment A) b. Loss of Ceiling Integrity requires enhanced infection control measures in high-risk units as defined by each facility (see Attachment A) c. External construction/renovation projects adjacent to the hospital must be completed using proper infection control precautions (see Attachment A) 13. Safety Practices Activities of contractors will be monitored for adherence to safety guidelines/regulations and fire codes (see Attachment D), paying particular attention to the following: a. Construction sites are appropriately posted with signs and clear of debris. b. Barriers are in place to limit entrance to qualified construction workers. c. Fire extinguishers are adequate and appropriately located. d. Proper safety equipment will be utilized as per current Cal-OSHA guidelines. e. Signage for alternate egress and parking shall be clear and well marked. 14. Post Project Prior to occupancy of a completed project or before a unit opens to patients the Risk Assessment Team will determine whether the project is completed
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Project Manager Facilities Management Safety Officer

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FACILITY AND OCCUPANT PROTECTION DURING CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE INFECTION CONTROL AND INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES (ILSM)
SUBJECT:

Risk Management
KEYWORD(S): IDENTIFICATION,PREVENTION, IC MANUAL, INFECTION CONTROL

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or is sufficiently completed to allow individuals to occupy the project site. 15 Refer to Attachment E for Guideline for External Construction/Renovation Adjacent to the Hospital V. VI. VII. REFERENCES: CROSS REFERENCES: None None

ATTACHMENTS (Click on attachment name to access) A. Project Risk Assessment Form (attachment A) B. Interim Life Safety Measures Matrix Reference Tool (attachment B) C. Building Fire Protection for Construction Flowchart Tool (attachment C) D. ILSM, INFECTION CONTROL and SAFETY Surveillance Form (attachment D) E. Guidelines for External Construction/Renovation Adjacent to Hospital (attachment E) APPROVALS: Infection Control Committees: SMH: 03/01; 09/05 SMBHW: 09/05 SGH 03/01; 09/05 SCVMC 05/01; 09/05 SCOR: - 03/01; 09/05 Facilities & Engineering Safety Cmte 4/01; 10/05; Facilities Management & Development Office 4/01 (as part of the FES Cmte approval) System Policy & Procedure Steering Cmte - 8/01; 02/08 V.P. Workforce Support Services - 02/06; 01/09 REPLACES: A. System #05644.99 B. System #18454.99 HISTORY: System #18615.99 ; originally dtd. 08/01 Reviewed/Revised: 12/01; 02/02; 10/05; 02/06, 02/08; 01/09; 03/09

VIII.

IX.

X.

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Project Risk Assessment Form Attachment A

1 General Information
Project Manager: Project Location: Contractor Performing Work: Contact Person/Supervisor: Project Start Date: Permit Requested by: Date: Estimated Duration: Permit Authorized by: Date: Phone#:

Date: Project No.: Permit No.:

Permit Expiration Date:

2 Infection Control Risk Assessment [ICRA]


CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY TYPE (page 2&3) PATIENT RISK GROUP Type A: Inspection and Non-Invasive Activity
I I ICP to decide level of precaution

Primary Containment Area


Type C: Activity generates moderate to high levels of dust or requires demolition or removal of building components or requires greater than one day for completion
II III Contact ICP

Type B: Small scale, short duration activities creating minimal dust


II II III Contact ICP

Type D: Major demolition or construction activities requiring consecutive work shifts


III Contact ICP III Contact ICP III Contact ICP

LOW MEDIUM HIGH

III Contact ICP

Note: Provide additional ICRAs for Secondary Containment Areas (if applicable) and attach to the end of this document. INTERIM INFECTION CONTROL MEASURES (Check all that apply during initial assessment) Upon Completion of Project Review all items checked are complete Execute work by methods to minimize raising dust from construction operations. Wet mop and/or vacuum before leaving area. Immediately replace ceiling tile displaced for visual inspection. Wipe surfaces with Provide active means to prevent airborne dust from dispersing into atmosphere. disinfectant. Seal windows & unused doors with tape. Contain construction waste in Block off and seal air vents. tightly covered containers Place dust mat at entrance and exit of work areas. before transporting. Isolate HVAC system in areas where work is being performed. Wet mop and/or vacuum with Water mist work surfaces to control dust. HEPA filtered vacuum before Monitor need to change & or clean filters in construction/renovation area leaving work area. Verify that patient care equipment & supplies are protected from dust exposure Remove isolation of HVAC. Isolate HVAC system in area where work is being done to prevent contamination of duct system. Seal unused doors with tape. Complete all critical barriers (sheetrock, plywood, plastic 6 mil) to seal area from non-work area or implement control cube method (cart with plastic covering and sealed connection to work site with HEPA vacuum for vacuuming prior to exit) before construction begins. Seal holes, pipes, conduits, and punctures appropriately. Place dust mat at entrance and exit of work area. Clean up gross debris. Maintain negative air pressure greater than .02 WC at all times within work site utilizing HEPA equipped air filtration units. If non filtered exhausted to the outside, keep away from intake vents. Contain construction waste and transport in tightly covered and sealed containers before transporting. Cart wheels will be cleaned before exit from construction area. Construct anteroom and require all personnel to pass through so they can be vacuumed using a HEPA vacuum cleaner before leaving work area, or they can wear cloth or paper coveralls that are removed each time they leave the work area. All personnel entering work area are required to wear shoe covers. Shoe covers must be changed each time worker exits work area. In collaboration with facility project manager designate a traffic pattern for construction workers that avoids patient care areas & a traffic pattern for clean or sterile supplies and equipment that avoids the construction area. Verify ventilation systems are working properly in adjacent areas. Inspect barriers ___________(write frequency). Confirm negative pressure by smoke, visual or gauge. Do not remove barriers until area is inspected by Project Manager & others as determined during initial risk assessment & thoroughly cleaned by Environmental Services Department. Remove barrier materials carefully to minimize spreading of dirt and debris. Transport in tightly covered and sealed containers. Vacuum work area with HEPA filtered vacuums. Wet mop area with disinfectant. Remove isolation of HVAC system. Registers are unobstructed & air flow is restored to original conditions or per design drawings Minimum of 2 room AC at design conditions after final cleaning

CLASS I CLASS II

CLASS III

Project Risk Assessment Form P&P 18615.99

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Step One: Using the following table, identify the Type of Construction Project Activity (Type A-D)

TYPE A

Inspection and Non-Invasive Activities. Includes, but is not limited to: removal of ceiling tiles for visual inspection limited to 1 tile per 50 square feet and without a patient in the room painting (but not sanding) wall covering, electrical trim work, minor plumbing, and activities which do not generate dust or require cutting of walls or access to ceilings other than for visual inspection. Small scale, short duration activities which create minimal dust Includes, but is not limited to: installation/repairs minor electrical work, ventilation components, telephone wires and computer cabling access to chase spaces (spaces allocated for various utilities) cutting of walls or ceiling where dust migration can be controlled. sanding of walls for painting or wall covering to only repair small patches plumbing that requires disruption to the water supply of more than one patient care area (e.g. greater than 2 rooms) for less than 30 minutes Work that generates a moderate to high level of dust or requires demolition or removal of any fixed building components or assemblies Includes, but is not limited to: sanding of walls for painting or wall covering removal of floor coverings, ceiling tiles and casework new wall construction minor duct work or electrical work above ceilings major cabling activities any activity which cannot be completed within a single work shift. plumbing that requires disruption to the water supply of more than one patient care area (e.g. greater than 2 rooms) for more than 30 minutes but less than 1 hour Major demolition and construction projects Includes, but is not limited to: activities which require consecutive work shifts requires heavy demolition or removal of a complete cabling system new construction. plumbing that results in disruption to the water supply of more than one patient care area (e.g. greater than 2 rooms) for less than 1 hour

TYPE B

TYPE C

TYPE D

Step Two: Using the following table, identify the Patient Risk Groups/Areas that will be affected
Low Risk Office areas Lobby Cafeteri a Kitchen Medium Risk Cardiology Echocardiography Nuclear Medicine Physical Therapy Respiratory Therapy Waiting Rooms CCU Emergency Room Labor & Delivery Laboratories (specimen) Newborn Nursery Outpatient Surgery Pediatrics Pharmacy Post Anesthesia Care Unit Surgical Units Any area caring for immunocompromised patients Transplant Unit and out patient clinics for patient who have received bone marrow and solid organ transplant Burn Unit Cardiac Cath Lab High Risk Central Sterile Supply Intensive Care Units Medical Unit Negative pressure isolation rooms Oncology & outpatient clinics for patients with cancer Operating rooms including C-section rooms Endoscopy MRI Long Term Care Tertiary Care Nurseries Dialysis Unit Supply areas Hallway adjacent to these areas Bronchoscopy Interventional Radiology Radiology

Step Three: Match Patient Risk Group (Low, Medium, High); Construction Project Type (A, B, C, D); Class of Precautions (I, II, or III) are delineated on the previous page. Note: Infection Control approval will be required when the Construction Activity and Risk Level Indicate that Class II high risk, or Class III control procedures are necessary.

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3 Interim Life Safety Measures Assessment (see also Attachment B, C & D)


Life Safety Features 1. Will the project breach, alter, or compromise the integrity of any exits, exit routes, or the means of egress? Will the project impair any structural or compartmentalization features of life safety (i.e., fire/smoke barriers, floor slabs, walls)? Will the project obstruct access by emergency services or by fire, police, or other emergency forces? Will fire alarm, detection, or suppression systems be impaired? Will an approved fire alarm or automatic sprinkler system be out of service for more than 4 hours in a 24-hour period? Will the project involve hot work (i.e., cutting, welding, torches, open flame devices, etc.)? Will the project involve the presence of large quantities of combustibles or debris? Will any other existing or temporary life safety features be compromised? Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) are not required. Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM) are required. Check one or more items below that would apply for this project (See Attachment B). 1. The hospital notifies the Fire Dept and initiates a fire watch when a fire alarm or sprinkler system is out of service for 4 or more hours within a 24 hour period. 2. The hospital posts signage identifying the location of alternate exits to everyone affected. 3. When the hospital identifies Life Safety Measures that cannot be immediately corrected or during periods of construction, the hospital does the following: Inspect exits in occupied affected areas daily. Provide temporary, but equivalent fire alarm and detection system for use when the approved system will be out of service for a duration exceeding a month. These systems shall be tested monthly. Provides additional fire fighting equipment Installs temporary construction partitions that are smoke-tight or are made from non-or limited combustible material that will not contribute to to the development or spread of fire. Increases surveillance of buildings, grounds, and equipment, giving special attention to construction areas and storage, excavation, and field offices. Enforce storage, housekeeping, and debris removal practices that reduce the buildings combustible fire load to the lowest feasible level. Provides additional training to those who work in the hospital in the use of fire fighting equipment. Provides 1 additional fire drill per shift per quarter. 4. The hospital conducts education to promote awareness of building deficiencies, construction hazards, and temporary measures implemented to maintain fire safety. 5. The hospital trains those who work in the hospital to compensate for impaired structural or compartmental fire safety features. Note: ILSM #6, Prohibit smoking throughout the hospitals buildings, and in and near construction areas, is not applicable as it is automatically covered by a hospital-wide no smoking policy. Note: Infection Control/Safety Education Construction workers have viewed the infection control video Complaint Resolution/Contact All complaints are being forwarded to Sharp contact personnel All contractors and construction workers are required to view Sharps Infection Control video All complaints by hospital staff regarding construction activities will be directed to the Facility Manager or the duty engineer after hours Yes Comments No Yes If yes, what is ILSM? (see Attachment B)

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4 Other Potential Risks


Issues Noise Vibration Air Quality Emergency Procedures Utility Failures Operational Impact Contractor Access Route Equipment Danger/Risk Not a Risk Risk Action/Comments

Contractor will present proposed cleaning agents or other chemicals to the Infection Control Practitioner for approval before use. MSDS sheets will be kept on site.
Additional Requirements/Comments: Frequency of Surveillance: One time Daily Weekly Monthly Scope of work (The scope of work should describe the type of work to be done and the department(s) and areas in which the work is to be conducted).

SIGNATURES / DISTRIBUTION LIST / DATES


Project Manager: Capital Management: Safety and Security: EVS Manager: Hospital Epidemiology: Facilities Services: Department Manager: Contractor: Any Exceptions/Additions to this risk assessment are to be noted in Additional Requirements/Comments.

Project Completion
Project Manager: Capital Management: Safety and Security: EVS Manager: Hospital Epidemiology: Facilities Services: Department Manager: Contractor:

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Attachment B Interim Life Safety Measures Matrix Reference Tool


2A. Ensure emergency services access (fire& police emergency forces) 6. Increase hazard surveillance 7. Ensure operational life safety systems or substitute temporary systems (fire watch) 8. Ensure temporary construction barriers meet specifications 9A. Conduct 2 fire drills per shift per quarter in all all areas 9B. Conduct 2 fire drills per shift per quarter in affected areas 10. Train personnel in affected areas 11. Conduct organizational training on life safety
1. Ensure egress - inspect daily

2B. Notify emergency forces/insurance carrier

Existing Significant Life Safety Deficiencies or Conditions as a result of Construction or Maintenance


Code Deficiencies
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Lacking a code compliant smoke barrier Fire exit stairs discharge improperly Excessive travel to an approved exit Lack of 2 remote exits Nonconforming building construction type Improperly protected vertical openings Large penetrations in fire barriers Corridor walls do not extend to the structure Hazardous areas not properly protected

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5. Control combustible loading

3. Provide additional firefighting equipment training

4. Prohibit smoking

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Blocking off an approved exit Re-routing of traffic to the emergency room Renovation of an occupied floor Replacing fire alarm system (out-of-service) Installing a sprinkler system (out-of-service) Significantly modifying smoke or fire barrier walls Hot work

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Maintenance and Testing


Taking a fire alarm system out of service Taking a sprinkler system out of service Disconnecting alarm devices

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Attachment D INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES, INFECTION CONTROL and SAFETY SURVEILLANCE FORM Project Title: Project Location: Project Number: Project Start Date:

Frequency of Surveillance: This form is to be completed in accordance with the One-time Daily Weekly Monthly Project Risk Assessment form for this project. Stop Work Intervention: For the protection of our patients, visitors and staff, the Safety Officer or Infection Control Practitioner may stop all construction activities if any of the practices are not considered effective. INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES (ILSM) Check all elements that apply to this project.
Element Exiting and egress clear of obstructions? Access to Emergency Services is clear? Fire Alarm System is operable? Temporary Construction Partitions are intact? Additional Fire Fighting Equipment is present? Smoking No evidence of smoking material? Trash Removal and Storage Area is free of trash and no clutter? Fire Response Plan an additional drill has been completed? Hazard Surveillance additional hazard surveillance has be conducted? Fire Safety/ILSM training was conducted? Standard Exits are free and unobstructed. Personnel receive training when alternate exits are designated. Means of exiting are inspected daily Unobstructed access to Emergency Services is maintained for police, fire, and emergency forces Fire alarm detection systems remain in working order. A temporary but equivalent system shall be provided when any system is impaired. Temporary construction partitions are smoke tight and built of limited combustible materials that will not contribute to the development or spread of fire. Additional fire fighting equipment is provided and personnel are trained in its use. Smoking is prohibited throughout the organizations buildings and in areas adjacent to construction zones. Storage and debris removal practices are enforced that reduce the buildings fire load to the lowest feasible level. Trash is removed in sealed bags. When the normal fire response plan is compromised by planned construction, a minimum of 2 fire drills per shift per quarter are conducted. Increased hazard surveillance of buildings, grounds and equipment with special attention to excavations, construction areas, construction storage, and field offices. Conduct organization wide safety education programs to promote awareness of Life Safety Code deficiencies, construction hazards, or Interim Life Safety Measures Date(s) Comments

INFECTION CONTROL - General Precautions/Enhanced Precautions


Element Standard During demolition activities, the construction site will be physically segregated from occupied hospital areas including an ante room, to prevent the infiltration of dust and other particles. Tacky mats are placed appropriately at site entrances. During demolition, workers within the demolition area are to wear bunny suits, booties, and caps. Each worker must remove overgarments and HEPA vacuum any dust from their clothes before leaving the demolition area. All trash will be bagged and placed in an appropriate covered and sealed transport cart. Cart wheels will be cleaned before exit from the construction area. HVAC systems will be adjusted/modified to prevent the transmission of dust or other particles to occupied areas of the hospital. Date(s) Comments

Demolition/Dust Controls are in place and intact?

Protective Clothing is available and being used?

Trash Removal Methods are being utilized? Air Quality/HVAC Controls are working properly?

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Negative Pressure/HEPA Filtration is working properly and negative pressure is appropriate? Cleaning Agents Only approved chemical are being used?

During active demolition or open wall construction activities, the construction site will be exhausted with HEPA-filtration and maintained at .02 WC negative pressure at all times. Contractor will present proposed cleaning agents or other chemicals to the Infection Control practitioner for approval before use. MSDS sheets will be kept on site.

SAFETY
Element Training Construction staff are trained to recognize impairments in structure? Site Security Job site is secure after-hours? Job Site Access - Area is secure from non-authorized individuals? Identification of Workers Construction workers have identification badges? Noise/Vibration are not excessive and being monitored? Personal Protective Equipment is available and used? Directional and Safety Signs are visible and appropriate? Standard Personnel are trained to compensate for impaired structural or compartmentalization features of fire safety. Construction area is secured. Doors and windows are locked and unauthorized access prohibited. Access into job site is designated. Doors locked before and after construction hours. Typical construction hours are 7am 3:30pm. Site security and engineering have continuous access. All construction workers will be issued and wear temporary Sharp ID badges. Due to possible sensitive hospital activities, excessive noise or vibration from construction activities must be pre-planned and authorized by the project manager. Construction workers will follow all recommended OSHA/CAL-OSHA guidelines for personal protective equipment. Directional and re-directional signage posted whenever paths of travel may be compromised. Required safety signage must be posted at the job site. Construction workers will follow Sharps Safety Procedures for Construction Personnel Working on Hospital Grounds provided at contractor check in. If evidence of water damage or mold is discovered during any construction phase, work will immediately stop. Report to project manager for resolution/remediation. If any asbestos bearing materials are discovered during construction, work will immediately stop. Report to project manager for resolution/remediation. All construction workers must dress appropriately for work in a hospital setting. Date(s) Comments

Emergency Procedures are available at the job site?

Mold There is no mold visible?

Asbestos There is no asbestos being disrupted? Dress Code Construction workers are wearing appropriate clothing?

Any NO responses require corrective actions


Additional Requirements/Modifications to Standard/Other Comments

Date

Name of Person Completing Surveillance

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Attachment E Guidelines for External Construction/Renovation Adjacent to Hospital

1. Ensure that window seals are tight to prevent infiltration of outside unfiltered air. 2. Increase filter change frequency. 3. Ensure that air is not being circulated from construction areas into other hospital areas. 4. Ensure special maintenance and cleaning of ventilation system likely to be affected by outside construction. 5. The air dispersion of soil is minimized by providing adequate moisture (with water hoses) during the digging phase of external projects.

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KEYWORD(S):TB, IC MANUAL, INFECTION CONTROL MANUAL [X] All Sharp HealthCare [ [ [ [ ] System Services Outpatient Surgery: ] SRS [ ] CV-OPS ] SCMG [ ] GPSC ] SHP [ ] SMH-OPP AFFECTED DEPARTMENTS: ACCREDITATION:

All Departments / Units

OSHA, The Joint Commission, CDPH, AAAHC


LEGAL REFERENCES:

Hospitals (check all that apply): [ ] SCOR [ ] SMH [ ] SCVMC [ ] SMBHWN [ ] SGH [ ] SMV [ ] SVP

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TABLE OF CONTENTS I. II. III. IV. V.

Introduction ..................................................................................... 2 Purpose of TB Exposure Control Plan ........................................... 3 Definitions ....................................................................................... 3 Program Management ................................................................. 6 Control Measures ........................................................................... 6 Communicable Disease Reporting .................................... 19 Compliance Monitoring .................................................. 18 Decontamination of Room ............................................. 18 Discharge Planning .......................................................... 7 Discontinuation of Isolation .............................................. 7 Expired Patient................................................................. 8 Identification of Cases ..................................................... 7 Isolation Room Requirements ......................................... 8 Mask................................................................................. 8 Microbiological Laboratory Support ............................... 18 Record Keeping ........................................................... 16 Reporting Cases ............................................................ 19 Specialty Areas Ambulatory Care ......................................................... 10 Autopsy Room ............................................................ 11 Behavioral Health........................................................ 10 Emergency Room ....................................................... 10 Home Health Care ...................................................... 11 Long Term Care Facilities........................................... 12 Mortuary ...................................................................... 11 Mycobacteria Laboratory ............................................ 12 Operating Room.......................................................... 10 Radiology .................................................................... 10 Womens Service Areas ............................................. 11 Surveillance for Employees ........................................... 13 Surveillance for Patients ................................................ 12 Training & Education ................................................... 17 Transporting/Discharge of Patient ................................... 7 Transporting within the facility ......................................... 9
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INTRODUCTION Tuberculosis is a disease caused by bacteria that is spread primarily by airborne droplets coughed up by a person with untreated infection within the lungs. The agent causing this disease is a bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTb). A person who repeatedly breathes air contaminated with MTb may become infected. A rise in the number of new cases of tuberculosis in the United States had been seen for several years, and now the bacteria is showing resistance to the drugs commonly used for treatment. These resistant strains have been spread to employees in hospitals and in other institutional settings. Therefore preventing further spread of this disease is most important. The risk factors in HealthCare Facility spread are: Delay in the diagnosis and initiation of effective therapy for infectious patients. Inadequate isolation of individuals with active disease, including delayed identification, premature release from isolation, and isolation in rooms where ventilation controls were ineffective. Delay or non-availability of drug susceptibility data. Rapid progression of TB infection to active disease in immunosuppressed individuals. Inadequate discharge planning and lack of coordination between hospital and health department to assure continuity of outpatient therapy and follow-up.

In contrast, when accepted recommendations are followed, transmission has not occurred. Sharp Health Care policies and procedures will assure rapid identification, correct isolation, prompt diagnostic evaluation, appropriate treatment of infected persons, and provide safe work practices for health care workers. Along with these policies and procedures, the air handling system that supplies ventilation to the rooms used by infectious patients must be engineered to reduce the concentration of bacteria and to discharge the contamination properly. Health Care Workers (HCW) at risk of exposure will be appropriately trained. Tuberculosis screening is provided in order to protect both employee and patients from unrecognized TB.

II.

PURPOSE: The purpose of this written plan is to assure that all policies and procedures regarding tuberculosis control are available in one document for employees to review and implement. The following are important facts regarding TB control laws: Employees have the responsibility of using the information in this document to prevent their own or other person exposure to known or suspected cases of infectious tuberculosis by: The use of appropriate diagnostic tools to promptly identify cases. The use of appropriate rooms\areas in the facility to house the known or suspected cases. The use of the correct protective devices when entering a potentially contaminated area. Complying with all personnel surveillance and testing requirements.
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Receiving education for updated information as appropriate. Practicing appropriate decontamination.

To help employees in their efforts this TB control plan must be available to employees at any time. Managers will make employees aware of this document and will inform employees of the location of this document in the work area. III. DEFINITIONS: ACID FAST BACILLI (AFB) - Bacteria that retain certain dyes even when washed with an acid solution. Most acid-fast organisms are mycobacteria. When seen on a stained smear of specimen a diagnosis of TB should be considered; however the diagnosis is not confirmed until a culture is grown and identified. AIRBORNE INFECTION ISOLATION (AII) A room capable of providing appropriate conditions of negative pressure in relation to the corridor, required air changes each hour, and air exhausted directly to the outside or filtered with HEPA filtration prior to recirculating the air. AIR CHANGE - Replacement of the quantity of air contained by a room or enclosure with a equal quantity of fresh or filtered air. ANTEROOM - A small room located between an isolation room and a corridor that helps prevent escape of room air contaminates into the corridor. BCG - Bacille Calmette Guerinia vaccine for TB disease in some countries but rarely used in the United States because it is not completely effective. BOOSTER PHENOMENON - Seen when a person with infection does not react to a TB skin test because the body's cell responses have waned over the years with age. An initial TB test may stimulate (boost) the immune system so that the next test will be positive. It is important to distinguish between recent converters and people who have been infected for a long time, in order to see if transmission is taking place. DISEASE [VS INFECTION] related to TB means that the TB organism [germ] is in the body but the immune system is not able to control the infection and TB can be spread to others via lungs and larynx by airborne droplets. EOHD Employee Occupational Health Department Provider of treatment and follow-up for ICD/SRS/SHC employees post exposure, and annual evaluation of employee TB status. EXPOSURE - The condition of being subjected to something, such as infectious agents, which may have a harmful effect. A person exposed to TB does not necessarily become infected. See Occupational Exposure. HCW Health Care Worker HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) - A specialized filter that is capable of removing >95% of the particles 0.3 microns in diameter.

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HIGH RISK PROCEDURE - Means (1) aerosolized medication administration or sputum induction; or (2) a procedure performed on a suspect or confirmed infectious TB case which can aerosolize body fluids likely to be contaminated with TB bacteria including, but not limited to: (a) operative procedures such as tracheotomy, thoracotomy, or lung biopsy; (b) respiratory care procedures such as tracheostomy or endotracheal tube care; (c) diagnostic procedures such as bronchoscopes or (d) resuscitative procedures performed by emergency personnel; or (3) autopsy, laboratory, research, or production procedures performed on tissues known or suspected to be infected with TB which can aerosolize TB contaminated fluids. IMMUNOSUPPRESSED - Persons with severe immune system disease such as HIV infection or cancer patients. This increases their risk for developing TB once infected. INFECTION - The condition in which organisms capable of causing disease (e.g.,MTb) multiply within the body and cause a response from the host's immune defenses. Infection may or may not lead to clinical disease. Latent TB infection (LTBI) means that the TB organism [germs] are in the body but are being kept under control by the bodys immune system and TB cannot be spread to others. INFECTIOUS - Capable of causing spread of infection. In TB, a person is infectious only if they have clinically active pulmonary or laryngeal tuberculosis with a current positiveAFB smear. The infectious period starts 3 months prior to onset of TB symptoms, or date of diagnosis, whichever is longer. The infectious period shall not be longer than 6 months prior to diagnosis. INTERFERON GAMMA RELEASE ASSAY (IGRA) An in vitro laboratory diagnostic test desgined to detect immunologic responsiveness associated with Mybobacterium tuberculosis infection. Quantiferon - TB Gold In-tube (QFT-GIT) is the IGRA used for screening health care workers for Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection as described in section V.J. LTBI Latent Tuberculosis Infection. When TST and/or QFT-GIT is positive and there is no evidence of active disease. LOCAL EXHAUST VENTILATION - A type of ventilation provided by a device, e.g., an enclosed or semi enclosed exhaust hood, booth, or tent, which removes airborne contaminants at or near their source. NEGATIVE PRESSURE - A term used to describe the relative air pressure between two areas. Air will flow from the higher-pressure area into the lower pressure area. OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE - documentation of being in close proximity to a patient with active tuberculosis before appropriate isolation precautions are in use in the work place. Employee contact investigation is initiated for employees who have been exposed during a high risk procedure or if they had four hours or more of cumulative contact.

ONGOING TRANSMISSION Evidence suggestive of person-to-person transmission of M.tuberculosis has occurred in the setting during the previous year. Examples include: healthcare worker with confirmed TB disease, clusters or increased rates of tuberculin skin test or QFT-GIT conversions. PCP - Primary Care Practitioner
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PPD CONVERSION - Positive tuberculin skin test on employee whose last negative tuberculin skin test was less than two years ago. PROLONGED REGULAR CONTACT PERSONNEL - Indicates personnel who regularly care for patients with TB or who are involved in cough producing procedures on patients who may have TB. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF TB 1. Unexplained fevers or night sweats, weakness, malaise, anorexia, weight loss, cough or sputum production, bloody sputum, shortness of breath. 2. Tuberculosis can develop in other systems such as reported changes in lymph nodes, chest pain, problems with the GU tract such as blood in urine, sterile pyuria; menstrual abnormalities, unexplained bone/back pain; GI abnormalities.

STANDARD MASK - A mask that is capable of filtering inhaled and exhaled air. TB CASES DEFINED: CONFIRMED INFECTIOUS TB CASE - A person who has been diagnosed with pulmonary or laryngeal TB by positive smear and culture. SUSPECTED INFECTIOUS TB CASE - A physician indicates possible TB or a respiratory specimen is positive for AFB. CLUSTER OF TUBERCULOSIS INFECTION - A tuberculin skin test conversion in two more employees that are related by time or place, (dietary, etc.) over a 3 month period. EXTRAPULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS - Tuberculosis disease in a body site other than the lungs or larynx (such as meninges, kidney, bone). TB HOOD - A full head hood with a battery pack that generates positive pressure for air to move through the hood and out the area below the mouth. TB MASK [N95 respirator] - A mask capable of filtering inspired particles size 0.3um at > 95% efficiency. TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST (TST) - A standardized intradermal skin test of PPD (5 TU) that uses a small dose of TB antigen (0.1cc) which is injected between the layers of skin, and examined 48 - 72 hours later for induration. This method, the Mantoux will be the only accepted method of tuberculin skin testing. Skin tests will not be read prior to 48 hours per San Diego County Public Health Department. 1. NEGATIVE: [read in mm of induration] a. 0 9 mm (read at 48-72 hours) POSITIVE: [read in mm of induration] a. 10mm or more (read at 48-72 hours) b. 5 mm if recent close contact of infectious case of TB, individual with CXR consistent with TB, is immunosuppressed, infected with HIV, or is at high risk for HIV infection.
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3. DOCUMENTED - Includes documentation that 5 TU TST given, date and time given, date and time read, who read by, size of induration and any induration recorded in mm. 4. Method 0.1 cc of 5 TU is injected into the dermis with a sterile needle and syringe.

TUBERCULIN SKIN TEST CONVERSION: A TST increase of greater than 10mm induration during a maximum of 2 years is a TST conversion. A TST conversion is presumptive evidence of new M. Tuberculosis infection and poses an increased risk for progression to TB disease. TWO STEP TESTING - A baseline tuberculin skin testing procedure used to identify a boosted skin test reaction and distinguish it from that of a new infection. The procedure involves placing a second skin test 1-3 weeks after an initial negative test. A positive reaction on the second test indicates a booster reaction IV. TEXT: PROGRAM MANAGEMENT A. Physicians are primarily responsible for the early identification of TB cases, prompt isolation of patients and administration of appropriate therapy. B. The Administrator, Safety Officer, Infection Control Practitioners, Infection Control Committee Chair, and managers of Employee Occupational Health Department (EOHD) and Engineering Department will coordinate the Tuberculosis Control Program. The Infection Control Committee will be responsible for reviewing and revising the written policies and procedures regarding the Tuberculosis Control Program. Department Managers or equivalent are responsible for assuring program compliance within their areas of responsibility. EOHD will be responsible for employee tuberculosis surveillance, record keeping, medical evaluation, preventive therapy and respiratory medical clearance for respirators. The assessment of adherence to the policies of the Tuberculosis Control Program will be part of the employee evaluation process. This assessment will be performed at least annually and whenever there is an increase in health care worker TST skin test conversions or number of tuberculosis patients. The responsibility of this assessment will be with the Infection Control Committee, Employee Occupational Health Manager, and the department heads. Educational support, Safety personnel, and Infection Control Practitioner are responsible for providing employee education on tuberculosis.

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D.

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H.

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CONTROL MEASURES A. Identification and Isolation of Infectious Cases 1. Patient Screening a. An admission screening tool is used for all patients being admitted to the hospital.
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A screening questionnaire may be used in Emergency Department, Endoscopy Department, Womens Service, Behavioral Health areas or in any out patient area deemed appropriate to assess the need for TB isolation precautions prior to physician diagnosis. See Attachments. c. When any patient screen indicates the potential for infectious pulmonary tuberculosis, the physician is contacted for an order for chest x-ray with prompt interpretation of the x-ray, and a decision is made on the need for isolation. c. Enter into IDX when placing patient in an airborne infection isolation room.

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Confirmed or suspected patients with infectious TB must be placed in an airborne infection isolation room and personnel must wear a TB mask when entering the room (see definitions in section III; also see Attachment A for isolation rooms). Extra pulmonary TB is not usually infectious, with the following exceptions: concomitant pulmonary disease, disease in the oral cavity or open abscesses or lesions in which the concentration of organisms is high. Please Refer to Attachment B for guidelines on how to determine when a patient requires isolation.

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Discontinuing Airborne Infection Isolation can be done only when the patient is on effective therapy, is improving clinically, and the sputum smear is negative for AFB on three separate occasions each collected in 8 to 24 hour intervals with at least one being an early morning specimen, or a physician rules out the diagnosis of TB. Discharge or Transfer of a patient with TB To ensure compliance with provisions of the California Health and Safety Code and local regulations for discharge or transfer of patients with infectious tuberculosis the patient must be referred to the Discharge Planning department upon admission or as soon as identified by infection prevention and clinical epidemiology. 1. The Discharge Planning department will begin the Discharge Care Plan immediately and communicate with the Health Department TB Control nurse. (Attachment C) The patient and family interview will include information regarding the living situation a. How many members of the family are at home. b. Are there children younger than age 5. c. Are any household members immunosuppressed. d. What is the physical set up of the living space, e.g., are there windows in the patients bedroom? Does the patient occupy the bedroom alone? The above information obtained must be disclosed to the Health Department TB Control Nurse who will home visit prior to approving patient for discharge. Keep open communication with the Health Department TB Control Nurse to keep him/her apprised of the patients progress and facilitate arrangement for discharge. As soon as discharge orders are written, communicate with the Health Department
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TB Control Nurse regarding finalization of the Tuberculosis Discharge Care Plan. 6. Approval of discharge plan must be received from the health department before the patient can be discharged. The patient must be supplied with enough anti TB medication prescribed to last through the follow-up provider appointment. Nursing department responsibility - When Discharge Planning department is closed, it is nursings responsibility to contact the Health Department TB Control Nurse for final approval for discharge or transfer. a. This must be done on the day of discharge or transfer. b. If approval for discharge or transfer is not able to be obtained, the patient may not be discharged from the Airborne Infection isolation room. c. If the patient has expired while still in Airborne precautions, the mortuary personnel must be notified of the active TB status. Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology personnel may be consulted when appropriate.

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Expired Patient Nursing will notify mortuary personnel of the need to take precautions during the embalming procedure. Airborne Infection Isolation Room Requirements 1. Negative Pressure: The isolation rooms used for a patient with suspected or confirmed infectious TB are private rooms with negative air pressure, and required air exchanges. The door is kept closed except when patients or personnel are entering or exiting (see Attachment A). a. Patients occupying these rooms will be taught to cough or sneeze into tissues and discard them appropriately. b. Patients requiring Airborne Infection Isolation are confined to their room unless essential procedures that cannot be performed in the room are required. c. Infectious patients who must be transported within the facility or to another facility will wear a standard mask, which fits tightly over the nose and mouth. Transporters do not need to wear a mask outside of the Airborne Infection Isolation Room. d. Consideration may be given to a cooperative patient who requires Airborne Infection Isolation for an extended period of time and desires to ambulate outside of their room. Approval must be obtained from Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology personnel prior to ambulating the patient outside of the negative pressure room. If approval is obtained, the patient must wear a surgical mask that fits tightly over the nose and mouth, and must be accompanied by a HCW for no longer than 15 minutes each shift. e. When there are no Airborne Infection Isolation rooms available, patient will be transferred to a facility that has an isolation room meeting CDC and CAL-OSHA Airborne Infection Isolation room requirements.
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A sign on the outside of the door indicates the necessary precautions, negative room pressure and mask type. The number of Airborne Infection Isolation rooms is determined by the risk assessment of the facility. The linen, dishes or trash from the room do not require special handling. Bronchoscopy and cough inducing procedures on confirmed or suspected infectious cases: Cough inducing procedures such as sputum induction, aerosol treatments, endotracheal intubation, and suctioning should be performed using local exhaust ventilation devices (booths or special enclosures) or a room meeting Negative Pressure requirements, preferably the patient's isolation room. a. The patient is to remain in the Airborne Infection Isolation room, booth or special enclosure after the procedure until coughing subsides. b. All patients will be screened for TB before aerosolized pentamidine is administered. Monitoring of non Med Air Negative Pressure Isolation Rooms: Negative pressure is monitored daily by Facilities Engineering or by nursing, while the room is in use with a patient suspected or confirmed to have Mycobacterium tuberculosis and a log with this documentation is maintained by Facilities Engineering for 3 years. Aeration of Room: When an infectious patient leaves an isolation room or treatment room, the room will remain unoccupied, with door closed, except for personnel wearing TB mask for the time period as indicated below. a. Regular patient room 90 minutes b. Regular hospital treatment room 90 minutes c. TB designated patient room 30 minutes d. TB Med Air unit room 30 minutes e. OR suite 30 minutes f. Community Care patient room 120 minutes

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TB Mask (N95 Respirator) 1. TB Mask: Staff, physicians, contract services and registry personnel will wear a TB mask. See Respiratory Protection Program policy # 2. For visitors, offer a TB mask and instruct on its use prior to the visitor entering the negative pressure room. The patient will need to wear a standard mask in the presence of the children. The patient will wear a standard mask when outside the negative pressure room. 3. A health care worker may use the TB masks more than once. It must be kept clean and dry and intact. TB masks may be discarded in the regular waste container. 4. An employee with facial hair, or an employee who does not pass the fit testing for the TB mask may wear the TB hood. 5. New employees who will care for patients in Airborne Infection Isolation rooms are fit tested for an N95 TB mask within 30 days of hire.

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6. Staff using the TB mask will complete a medical respiratory questionnaire during the new hire physical exam. This questionnaire is reviewed by EOHD and further medical evaluation done by EOHD as medically indicated. 7. Other PPE: Since TB is an airborne transmissible disease, no other special protective equipment is required. Universal/Standard Precautions standards are applied at all times. G. Transporting the TB patient within the facility When the patient is to leave the isolation room for necessary procedures in other departments within the facility, have the patient wear a standard mask during the transport. Specialty Areas 1. Emergency Room: Place confirmed/suspected TB patients in a separate waiting area apart from other patients and not in open waiting areas, ideally in a room meeting Negative Pressure Isolation requirements. A Hepa-filter tent may be used. Instruct patient to wear a standard mask and use tissues to cover the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. 2. Ambulatory Care Settings, such as SRS: Place confirmed/suspected TB patients in a separate waiting area apart from other patients and not in open waiting areas. Instruct patient to wear a standard mask and use tissues to cover the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Patient must wear the mask when going to any other areas of the clinic. 3. Behavioral Health, SMV, SVP: Any patient who is identified as having infectious TB will be discharged to a facility with an approved TB isolation room. The Health Department TB Control Nurse must be notified immediately to coordinate the transfer. (See Section C, Discharge Planning) 4. 5. Behavioral Health at GH will transfer the patient to an approved TB isolation room within the facility. Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology personnel must be notified. Radiology: Place confirmed or suspect TB patients in private room with the door closed as soon as possible. If a room meeting requirements is not available, instruct the patient to wear a standard mask and use tissues to cover the mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing. Efforts should be made to schedule procedures at a time when waiting areas/department is less crowded. Operating Room: O.R. rooms are always under positive pressure, thus the following must be strictly adhered to: When possible elective operative procedures on patients with TB should be delayed until the patient is no longer infectious. Schedule surgery or bronchoscopy when operating suites are the least occupied. Take patient directly to the Operating Room. Keep operating room door closed and traffic in and out of room to a minimum. Confirmed or suspected infectious patients should be recovered in appropriate isolation rooms. Follow "Aeration of Room" as stated in D 7. Placing a bacterial filter on the patient endotracheal tube or the expiratory side of the breathing circuit of the ventilator or anesthesia machine (if these are used) may help reduce the risk of contaminating anesthesia equipment or discharging tubercle bacilli into the ambient air. Call Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology for assistance when a TB patient requires surgical intervention. Womens Service areas: (Mary Birch Hospital for Women, Grossmont Hospital Womens Center, Sharp Chula Vista Womens Services)
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Positive tuberculin skin test 1. When a patient has a known positive TST and no record of a chest x-ray, he/she will be assessed for signs or symptoms of active disease including a productive cough and fever or night sweats for longer than two weeks. 2. If there are no signs of active TB, the nurse will notify the physician of the need to order a chest x-ray before discharge. 3. If there are signs of possible active TB, the nurse will notify the physician of the need for follow-up testing before contact with the infant or discharge. Follow Attachment F, Tuberculosis (TB) Screening Guide for OB Patients. Patients with Limited Prenatal Care (Admitted to Hospital) 1. Patient will be screened by the admitting nurse by: a. Asking if the patient has a previous history of a positive TST and following the guidelines in 7. a. above (Positive TST) b. and by using the TB Screening Guide for OB Patients. 2. If the patient has signs of possible TB, the nurse will notify the physician of the need for follow-up TB testing before contact with the infant or discharge. 3. The nurse will initiate TB isolation precautions based upon the radiologists interpretation of the chest x-ray results. This requires the use of a designated Airborne Infection Isolation room. 4. A HCW may wear a TB mask at her own discretion if a patient is symptomatic while the chest x-ray results are pending. In this case, an Airborne Precautions sign should not be posted. When an Airborne Infection isolation room is not available, a portable HEPA-filter air unit may be used as a temporary measure until a room with negative pressure is available.

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8.

9.

Autopsy Room/Mortuary: A TB mask must be worn by personnel while performing autopsies on patients who may have had TB of any site. Notify transport personnel of need to use precautions during any embalming procedure. Home Health Care, Hospice and Home Infusion: a. Patients at home with confirmed or suspected TB will be instructed to keep the home well ventilated by opening a window to improve ventilation. b. HCW must wear a TB mask in the homes of patients with suspected or confirmed TB if still considered to be infectious. The HCW will instruct the patient to cover his nose and mouth with a tissue when coughing or sneezing. c. Cough-inducing procedures will be performed on patients with infectious TB only if absolutely necessary. When such procedures are necessary, the home health care worker must wear a TB mask during the procedure.

10. Long Term Care Facilities: a. HCWs in Long Term Care facilities will follow all guidelines outlined in this TB Exposure Control Plan and the Tuberculosis Screening of Residents: Long Term Care Facilities policy #39200.99. b. All Long Term Care Residents should be screened for TB within five days of admission. c. Airborne Infection Isolation is done in the Long Term Care setting only if an appropriate room is available (See Attachment A for room listings).

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11. Mycobacteria Laboratories: All processing and handling of AFB specimens should be done under a biological safety hood. I. Tuberculosis Surveillance for Patients: Annual Risk Assessment will include the following: 1. Tuberculosis Trends: In order to assess the risk of tuberculosis within Sharp Health Care facilities, epidemiological data related to patients with tuberculosis will be collected and trended by the Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology Department personnel. A community profile of TB disease will be reviewed as well. 2. A Contact investigation will occur by Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology when a cluster of TST converters is identified, diagnosis is made of TB disease in a HCW, person-to-person transmission of M. tuberculosis, or when lapses in infection control practices that expose HCWs and patients to M. tuberculosis. Objectives of a contact investigation might be to 1)determine the likelihood that transmission of M.tuberculosis has occurred; 2) determine the extent of M. tuberculosis transmission; 3) identify persons who were exposed, and, if possible, the sources of potential transmission; 4) identify factors that could have contributed to transmission, including failure of environmental infection control measures, failure to follow infection control procedures, or inadequacy of current measures or procedures; 5) implement recommended interventions; 6) evaluate the effectiveness of the interventions; 7) ensure that exposure to M. tuberculosis has been terminated and that the conditions leading to exposure have been eliminated. 3. Tuberculosis surveillance for patients requires that physicians identify infection/disease in a timely manner, appropriately isolates communicable cases, and treat those with active disease. These requirements are attained by providing educational opportunities for physicians and staff through various educational routes available. Physicians should communicate with the Sharp Health Care Infection Control Practitioners (ICP) to assure appropriate isolation and reporting requirements are met. Microbiologists also notify the ICP of AFB positive smears and suspected or confirmed Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates so that exposed staff can be promptly monitored. Tuberculosis trending reports will be given to facility Infection Control Committee or the equivalent, and the Public and Occupational Health Subcommittee annually. The report should include the exposures to tuberculosis and employee conversions because of occupational exposure.

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Tuberculosis Surveillance for Employees 1. Employee/volunteer Tuberculosis screening data and conversions will be confidentially kept by EOHD. Epidemiological information related to employee/volunteer conversions is reported to Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology for ongoing assessment. Trended data is reported to the Infection Control Committee and the Public and Occupational Health Subcommittee. 2. Investigation will occur when a cluster of TST converters is identified per outbreak investigation P&P 05615.99. Findings will be reported to Infection Control Committee.
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3. TB Screening of New Employees a. Per Title 22 all new Sharp HealthCare employees and volunteers will receive a (TST) according to the table below as part of the post-offer examination.
PREVIOUS TEST No previous TST result Previous negative TST result (documented or not) > 12 months before new employment Previous documented negative TST result 12 months before new employment 2 previous documented negative TSTs but most recent TST > 12 months before new employment Previous documented positive TST result Previous undocumented positive TST result Previous BCG vaccination RECOMMENDED TESTING Two-step baseline TST Two-step baseline TST Single TST needed for baseline testing within one month of post-offer physical; this test will be the second-step Single TST within one month of post-offer physical; two-step testing is not necessary No TST, QFT-GIT if no history of treatment for LTBI Two-step baseline TST(s) or QFT-GIT Two-step baseline TST(s). QFT-GIT if positive TST

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QFT-GIT is performed using the following conditions: 1. An employee with a history of severe ulceration at the skin test site or anaphylaxis from a previous TST will have a QFT-GIT in lieu of a TST. 2. A QFT-GIT will be performed if the new employee has a positive TST and has not been treated for LTBI.

3. Employees/volunteers will be informed in writing of the following benefits and limitations of using QFT-GIT assay as defined by the CDC a. QFT-GIT may be used in place of a TB skin test for TB screening for healthcare workers or any situation a TB skin test is used b. A QFT-GIT is the preferred method of testing for persons who have received BCG vaccine. c. Recent studies suggest QFT-GIT may be better than TST in detecting recent infection. Further study is needed to confirm this finding. d. A negative TST (TB skin test) or QFT-GIT result should not be used alone to rule out M. tuberculosis infection in persons with symptoms or signs of TB disease. Further testing such as chest x-ray and sputum cultures should be done in persons who haves symptoms of active TB disease. e. Limited data is available for the use of QFT-GIT for testing persons with a weakened immune system. Both the TST and QFT-GIT may be limited in detecting TB in individuals with impaired immune function. Someone with a weakened immune system and a negative TST or QFT-GIT should be followed closely by their primary care provider and even consider treatment if they have a high risk of severe TB illness.
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4. All QFT-GIT positive results are treated as TST positive results. 5. An employee will provide documentation of treatment of LTBI or TB disease. c. An employee with a baseline positive or newly positive TST or (QFT-GIT) must have a current acceptable documented chest xray (CXR) that is done within the last 6 months and since the positive TST. If documentation is not provided a CXR will be ordered by EOHD/ d. New hires with a positive TST/QFT-GIT are to be evaluated in EOHD for consideration of INH prophylaxis. If being managed by employee's PCP, EOHD/OMD will request the PCPs treatment plan be forwarded to EOHD to determine if the treatment plan is consistent with current CDC and County Public Health Department recommendations. 4. Two Step Skin Testing a. If a Two StepTST is indicated, it needs to be completed within the first 3 weeks of employment. If a live virus vaccination has been given, the second TST will be administered one month after live virus vaccination. b. If the second test result is positive, this is most likely a boosted reaction and the employee/volunteer should be classified as previously infected and not a converter. c. If the second test is negative, the employee/volunteer is classified as uninfected and a positive reaction to a subsequent TST is considered a conversion and is likely to represent a new infection with M. tuberculosis. d. If the employee presents documentation of a second TST done elsewhere and is documented in millimeters and read 48-72 hours after placed, it will be accepted and recorded in EOHD medical files. e. The need for the employee of new hire to return to EOHD for the second test will be noted on the TST receipt that is sent to the manager.

5. Annual TB Screening (See also policy #3202 Employee Physicals) a. Employees and volunteers with a negative TST history will receive a TST every 12 months. Employees and volunteers with a negative QFT-GIT history will receive a QFT-GIT every 12 months. b. Annual chest x-ray is not done in lieu of TST in TST negative employees or volunteers. c. Serial TST testing will be done annually unless the risk assessment shows evidence of ongoing M. tuberculosis transmission, serial TST screening will be performed every 8 10 weeks until lapses in infection controls have been corrected and no further evidence of ongoing transmission is apparent. d. Employees with a documented positive TST/ QFT-GIT history will complete a TB symptom review questionnaire and be evaluated for active disease and treatment by EOHD. If the employee has not completed treatment for LTBI and a QFT=GIT has not been done, a QFT-GIT will be ordered. If the result is positive they will be offered treatment for LTBI. e. If an employee with a previously negative TST/QFT-GIT converts to a positive TST/QFT-GIT, employee is evaluated for symptoms of TB and a chest x-ray is done immediately. This data and employee's history is reviewed by EOHD for recommendations regarding chemoprophylaxis. (See EOHD department guidelines.) 1.) If the employee is symptomatic, they will be restricted from work until determined to be non-communicable by EOHD.

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2.) If CXR findings are consistent with pulmonary TB, employee will be restricted. See 8 below. Employees with a positive TST/QFT-GIT will be educated on the signs and symptoms of tuberculosis and to report those signs and symptoms to EOHD.

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Outside Registry & students Contracts with outside registry and students will assure TB evaluation and treatment of their employees is consistent with this policy and at the expense of the registry. Tuberculin skin test (TST) Reading a. Self reading TSTs is not allowed. b. Readers 1. Employees receiving their TST in EOHD may have it read in 48-72 hours in EOHD or by a certified reader. EOHD will provide employees with a list of certified readers.
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To become a certified reader RNs, LVNs or Respiratory Care Practitioners (RCPs) can provide evidence of completion to EOHD of the county Mantoux tuberculin skin test class or similar course with curriculum approved by EOHD.

8. Work restrictions No employee will be allowed to work with symptoms of TB or with a suspicious CXR without being cleared through EOHD. 9. TB Exposure a. When a patient with previously unrecognized pulmonary TB is identified, the Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology department determines communicability. b. If the patient is determined to be communicable or potentially communicable, a contact investigation is conducted and a listing of all employees having exposure to the patient prior to Airborne Infection isolation is made by the manager(s) of the units/departments involved. See exposure definition. The contacts list is sent to EOHD. c. If the exposure occurred more than 4 weeks ago, baseline testing will be waived and post exposure testing will be done d. Employees with exposure and previously non-reactive TST will receive an immediate TST unless an annual test was completed within the past 3 months. e. If the immediate baseline TST is negative, the TST will be repeated in 8 10 weeks after date of exposure. f. Exposed employees with a previously documented positive TST will complete a TB symptom review questionnaire and receive education on signs and symptoms of active disease and A QFT-GIT in lieu of TST as described in c. and d. above. A chest X-ray will be done if the employee exhibits signs/symptoms of active disease. 10. Employees and volunteers who fail to return for TST reading within 72 hours may need to have their TST repeated. If the individual fails to have it read within 72 hours, positive reactions may be measurable from 4 7 days after testing. Positive reactions should be sent to EOHD for verification and appropriate follow-up. A negative test result cannot be read after 3 days and the test must be repeated.

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SUBJECT:

Infection Control
KEYWORD(S):TB, IC MANUAL, INFECTION CONTROL MANUAL

K.

Record Keeping 1. The records of employees, volunteers, and outsourced services for biomedical, FANS, EVS, and POM staff shall be the responsibility of the EOHD. The records of registry and students will be the responsibility of the registry or school. These registry and student records will be made available to Sharp Healthcare for purposes of infection control as needed. Per contract, all

construction and vendor staff performing service within the healthcare facility must be screened for TB and the records for the same will be available upon request.
2. TST conversions after documented occupational exposure shall be reported by EOHD to Sharp Workers Compensation for the purpose of inclusion on the OSHA 200 log. 3. Personnel TST records shall be kept for 30 years post employment. 4. Results of the TST shall be recorded in the individual HCWs employee health record and in a retrievable aggregate data base of all HCW TST results. Identifying information shall be handled confidentially. L. Training and Education 1. Employees who are reasonably anticipated to be exposed to a confirmed or suspected infectious TB case will receive education/training on the prevention of tuberculosis transmission upon employment and at least annually thereafter. 2. Employees requiring this training and education are: Nurses (direct care givers) Nursing support (Medical Assistants, orderlies, aides, etc.) Respiratory Therapists (Pulmonary Technologists) Engineers Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Laboratory Workers Activities personnel Environmental Services Workers Admitting Personnel Radiology Workers Dietary Workers Social Workers Security Workers Speech Therapists Pastoral Care Volunteers 3. The education/training will be appropriate in content and vocabulary for the educational level, literacy skills and language ability of the employees. Questions will be addressed and answered by a qualified person.

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The educational/training topics will include, but are not limited to the following: a. The Disease in General 1. Cause 2. Persons at risk 3. Transmission 4. Signs and symptoms of active disease b. Exposure Prevention 1. Early identification 2. Isolation 3. Mask usage 4. Treatment Employee Prevention Program 1. Annual screening 2. Exposure follow-up 3. Chemo prophylaxis drug therapy TB Exposure Control Plan 1. Location of plan 2. Contents of plan. Opportunity for Questions/Answers Training records will be maintained according to each facilities protocol and for a minimum of three years and will contain employee name or identifier, dates of training and name of instructor.

c.

d.

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M.

Microbiological Laboratory Support 1. Specimen Processing: Results of AFB smears on respiratory specimens are available within 24 hours of specimen collection. 2. AFB Smear Positive results are reported by the Laboratory to the patient's nurse/unit (inpatients), the physician who ordered the smear, and to the Infection Prevention and Clinical Epidemiology Department. The most rapid and reliable methods available are used to identify Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). When MTB is identified from a specimen the patient's nurse/unit (inpatients), ordering physician and Infection Control Department is notified. Susceptibility Testing: Results of primary drug susceptibility testing results on MTB isolates are available from the Public Health Departments within 4 weeks of their receipt of the isolate. The timely results of second line drug susceptibility testing are available. Community Care Services will utilize a laboratory offering tuberculosis services.
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Decontamination After TB Patient Discharged 1. Room Airing: Rooms aired after an infectious TB patient is discharged as per D. 7. 2. Personnel entering the room will wear a TB mask until the specified time of aeration has been met. 3. Equipment: No special cleaning is required. 4. Terminal Cleaning: An isolation room is terminally cleaned in the standard manner used for all rooms. 5. A new patient may not be admitted into the room until the aeration time has been met. Compliance Monitoring 1. Periodic monitoring for compliance with TB policies/procedures will be done as part of the annual safety evaluation. 2. Mandated monitoring of compliance with TB screen is done by department managers. Reporting of Confirmed/Suspect Infectious Cases of Tuberculosis 1. Physicians are required to report all confirmed/suspected cases of tuberculosis to Department of Health Services. Infection Control Practitioners will assist when requested. 2. EOHD will report employee TB cases to Public Health Department as per Title 22. REFERENCES:

O.

P.

VI.

Cal OSHA begins enforcement of CDC recommendations, January 6, 1994. OSHA Directives, Enforcement Procedures and Scheduling for Occupational Exposure to Tuberculosis, CPL 2.106, 2/9/1996 MMWR, Guidelines for Preventing the Transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in HealthCare Settings, 2005. MMWR, Guidelines for Using the QuantiFERON - TB Gold Test for Detecting Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection, United States, 2005 MMWR, Updated Guidelines for Using IGRAs to Detect Mycobacterium tuberculosis Infection, 2010

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CROSS REFERENCES: A. American Thoracic Society and CDC recommendations for Management of PPD Conversion. B. CDC Core Curriculum on Tuberculosis, Fourth Edition, 2000. C. County of San Diego Tuberculosis Control and Refugee Health Branch TB Contact Investigation Policy, 10/7/08 D. Sharp Plan #05661.00 Aerosol Transmissible Diseases (ATD) - Exposure Control Plan E. Sharp Policy & Procedures #03307.99 Respiratory Protection ATTACHMENTS: (Click on attachment name to access) A. B. Isolation Rooms Guidelines for Placing Patient in Isolation
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C. D. E. F. H. I. J. K. L. M. IX.

Tuberculosis Discharge Care Plan Emergency Department Tuberculosis Screen Ambulatory Patients Tuberculosis Screen Tuberculosis Screening Guide for OB Patients Suggested Risk Assessment for Tuberculosis Exposure Follow-Up Form Exposure Follow- Up Employee List Form TB Masks Respiratory Protection Guidelines for Biohazard Respirator Evaluation for TB Mask Respirator Use SGH Guidelines for Placing Patient in Isolation

APPROVALS: Infection Control Forum 7/6/95 Infection Control Committees: SGH: 11-95, 01/98, 02/00, 5/01, 3/02, 5/03, 5/04, 5/05, 7/06, 9/07, 11/07, 9/08, 9/09, 07/10 SCH: 9/93, 11/93, 9/95, 11/97 (See SMH) closed 1/09 SCOR: 8-95, 11/97, 02/00, 5/01, 3/02, 5/03, 7/04, 5/05, 10/06, 9/07, 11/07, 9/08, 9/09, 05/10 SCV: 9-95 , 10/97, 02/00, 5/01, 5/02, 5/03, 7/04, 6/05, 7/06, 11/07, 10/08, 10/09, 06/10 SMH: 3/87, 10/91, 8/93, 9/9, 11/97; 02/00, 5/01, 5/02, 6/03, 4/04, 6/05, 7/06, 9/07, 11/07, 9/08, 9/09, 06/10 SMBHWN: 4/04, 7/05, 7/06, 9/07, 11/07, 9/08, 9/09, 07/10 SRS: 5/01, 6/05, 7/06, 10/07, 9/08 SMP Safety Committee 5/01, 7/05, 7/06, 10/07 System Policy & Procedure Steering Cmte-01/18/96 General Nursing Policy & Procedure Cmte. 06/02 SCVMC - MEC 12/04/07 Manager, Employee Occupational Health Department - 11/10 REPLACES: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. IC Plan orig. dtd 11/95. All entity specific TB Exposure Control Plans for facilities listed. System #03204; originally dated: 8/95; Revised\Reviewed: None System #03205; originally dated: 8/95; Revised\Reviewed: 1/99 System #03205.01; originally dated: 8/95; Revised\Reviewed: 7/97; 6/98; 6/99; System #03205.02; originally dated: 8/95; Revised\Reviewed: 7/97; 6/98 System #03225; originally dated: 8/95; Revised\Reviewed: None System #03226; originally dated: 8/95; Revised\Reviewed: None System #05304.99; originally dated: 9/96; Revised\Reviewed: None SMH/SCH #2079.4; originally dated: 2/83; Revised\Reviewed: 3/87; 10/91; 8/93; 8/95; 12/96 SMH/SCH #2079.5; originally dtd. 1984; revised 3/87, 10/91, 10/93, 8/95. System #05200.00.VP; originally dated: 1/99 w/no revisions System #05201.99; originally dtd. 8/1/96 w/no revisions System #47709; originally dated 3/97 System #47710; originally dated 3/97 System #47800 System #05624.01; originally dtd. 03/97, Reviewed\Revised: 2/98, 6/98, 7/99 System #05648; originally dtd. 7/99, Reviewed\Revised: N/A
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CHANGES MADE WITH NO CHANGE TO CURRENT EFFECTIVE DATE: A. 10/13/10-deleted Attachment G Behavioral Health Services TB Screening Tool, per Loralie Woods, Manager, SMV-Nursing Administration and approved by Shannon Oriola, Lead, ICP.

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HISTORY: System #05200.00; originally dtd. 1/96 Revised\Reviewed: 6/98; 3/99; 03/00; 05/00; 06/00; 5/01-replaced #05201.99; 07/01; 07/02;01/03; 03/03-added Attachment M; 07/03;07/04; 12/04; 07/05; 10/06; 11/07; 10/08; 11/09; 08/10; 11/10;

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Attachment A to #05200.00 (Page 1 of 1)

SHARP HEALTHCARE NEGATIVE PRESSURE ROOMS MEETING STANDARD


CURRENTLY MEETING STANDARD MED/SURG ONCOLOGY SMH -new 10 129 130 363 364 463 464 563 564 663 664 CRITICAL CARE 12 222 223 224 431 432 631 632 322 323 324 531 532 BRONCH see SMH old 3 OR room 9 PACU 5 PACU 6 OR/PACU PEDS 0 WOMEN'S see SMBHW AMB. CARE 0 3 room 3 room 40 decontam. room 38/39 ER SNF

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reserved 4 959 960 961 958

reserved 3 551 552 752

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3 12, 13

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4 East overflow 5 1 ICU Room 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 see bronch 3 0 2 0 13 2 0 0

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GUIDELINES
AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS
Use the following as guidelines to assist in determining if Airborne Precautions should be initiated on a suspect TB patient when not specifically ordered. Other considerations not listed may be also used in making the decision. Always consult with the attending physician when considering Airborne Precautions for inpatients. If unable to reach physician, isolate patient until able to contact physician.

ISOLATE
1. Combination of 2 or more of the following symptoms AND physician highly suspicious: Cough > two weeks Weight loss Hemoptysis Fever / Night Sweats > 2 wks.

DO NOT ISOLATE
1. Positive skin test only.

2. Physician highly suspicious of TB (not just a "rule out" diagnosis).

2. Any one of the following symptoms with no other indication of TB: Cough > two weeks Weight loss Hemoptysis

3. Positive AFB smear on respiratory specimen. 4. Chest x-ray with mid or upper lobe infiltrate or with cavity and no other indication of TB AND any one of the following with no other indication of TB: Cough > two weeks Weight loss Hemoptysis

Positive skin test

Tell patient/family that this is only a precaution until the physician can assess patient further. Emphasize that patient has not been diagnosed with TB, but that we have certain guidelines we use to be cautious.

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Attachment C to #05200.00 (Page 1 of 1) TUBERCULOSIS DISCHARGE CARE PLAN

Patient Name:_____________________________________
D.O.B._______/_____/_______ MR#__________________ Payor Source:_____________________________________ If Pulmonary TB:

Submitted By:______________________________
Phone:______________ Pager:________________ Facility:____________________________________

Dates of three consecutive negative smears: _____/_____/_____, _____/_____/______, _____/_____/_____

Discharge to:

{ }Home { } Shelter { } SNF { } Jail/Prison { } Other__________________________

Discharge Address:____________________________________________________________________________ Date patient to be discharged: ____/____/____ Follow up appointment date: ____/____/____

Name of Physician who has agreed to assume care:__________________ Phone:____________________

Discharge TB Medication Regimen Number of Days of Medication Supply: ______________ (There must be enough to get patient through follow INH __________mg up provider appointment) Rifampin __________mg Ethambutal Pyrazinamide B6 Other __________mg __________mg Does this patient require Direct Observed Therapy (D.O.T.) by the Health Department? ______________

__________mg __________mg

Contact Information/Household Composition Number of People in Household? Any children age 5 and younger? ___________ ___________

Any immunocompromised individuals? ___________ County of San Diego Department of Health Services

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EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT/URGENT CARE TUBERCULOSIS (TB) SCREEN


TRIAGE NURSE WILL SCREEN ALL PATIENTS WITH PULMONARY SYMPTOMS FOR TB
If patient has Cough, and/or Fever/night sweats for longer than two weeks.
OR

Patient gives a history of TB, or exposure to TB


AND

*** one of the following HEMOPTYSIS LETHARGY WEIGHT LOSS ANOREXIA CHEST X-RAY with MID OR UPPER LOBE INFILTRATE, OR WITH CAVITY

IF POSITIVE, THEN >>>>>INITIATE AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS


*

* * * * * * * *

Place patient in private room, close door as soon as possible. Place surgical mask on patient. Post appropriate Isolation sign on door. Provide tissues and a waste container; instruct patient to cough into tissue. Notify Radiology of suspected/confirmed TB case; patient to wear a surgical mask during radiology transport and procedure. Request Radiologist to immediately notify department of findings. Request Negative Pressure room if patient is admitted as suspected/confirmed TB case. Transport patient to Negative Pressure room promptly. If NOT admitted and the patient is suspected of having tuberculosis, call PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT (619-692-8610. On holidays and weekends between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM pager 619-526-1878) for discharge approval. Document precautions taken on the patient record.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE TB CONTROL PLAN

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AMBULATORY PATIENTS TUBERCULOSIS (TB) SCREEN


If patient has Cough, and/or Fever/night sweats for longer than two weeks.

OR
Patient gives a history of TB, or exposure to TB

AND
*** one of the following HEMOPTYSIS LETHARGY WEIGHT LOSS ANOREXIA *** OR Patient is having one of the following: Chest x-ray to rule out TB Pulmonary test (Sputum induction) to rule out TB Bronchoscopy to rule out TB
INITIATE AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS

Place patient in private room, close door. Place surgical mask on patient. Provide tissue and a waste container. Instruct patient to cough into tissue. Notify Radiology of suspected/confirmed TB case; patient to wear a surgical mask during transport. Bronchoscopy must be done in a Negative Pressure bronch room. Place last on schedule so patient can stay in bronch room until cough subsides. Pulmonary tests should be done in a Negative Pressure room, or use a portable filtration isolation unit. Request Negative Pressure room if patient is admitted. Transport patient to Negative Pressure room promptly. DOCUMENT PRECAUTIONS IN PATIENT CHART

FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE TB CONTROL PLAN

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TUBERCULOSIS SCREENING GUIDE FOR OB PATIENTS


Please use this tool to screen all patients with pulmonary symptoms and/or patients with limited prenatal care. 1. Do you have a cough and night sweats that have lasted longer than 2 weeks? Yes No 2. Have you been coughing up blood? Yes No 3. Has anyone in your family of household been recently diagnosed with tuberculosis? Yes No 4. Have you ever had a positive skin test for tuberculosis? Yes No 5. Have you ever been treated for tuberculosis? Yes No

If the patient answers yes to #1 ONLY: Begin TB workup by obtaining a CXR per MD order. Base further action on CXR results.

If the patient answers yes to #1 AND any of #2, #3, #4, OR #5: Initiate Airborne Precautions in an approved Negative Pressure room. Contact MD for orders for CXR and other R/O TB workup. Continue Negative Pressure isolation until TB is ruled out by MD.

Patient identification

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Suggested Risk Assessment for Tuberculosis


# Diagnosed Tuberculosis Cases # pulmonary cases # non-pulmonary cases Drug Resistance # INH # Rifampin # INH/Rifampin # Employee Tuberculosis Exposure Incidences # Employee Annual Testing Conversions Conversions by department Cluster of employee conversions Y N # Conversions after Known Employee Exposures % of Employees Receiving Annual Tuberculosis Screening Summary Assessment Delays in identification of infectious cases Delays in placing patients into appropriate Negative Pressure isolation room Problems with Negative Pressure ventilation Problems with initiation of effective therapy Discharge planning/SDPHD problems Mycobacteriology delays/inaccuracies/problems
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Problems with availability of Negative Pressure rooms

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SHARP HEALTH CARE TUBERCULOSIS EXPOSURE FOLLOW-UP FORM . TO: Manager | Unit/Dept. Facility FROM: RE: Infection Control Coordinator

Attachment I to #05200.00 (Page 1 of 1) ADDRESSOGRAPH . . . . . . . . . ...............................

The above named patient may have had infectious TB, but was not isolated during the period:

Unit/Department and Room Beginning (date and time) Ending (date and time) The patient is assumed to be infectious until more information is available. Employees with contact with the patient during the above period of time have possibly been exposed to TB and will receive exposure follow up from Employee Health Department (EOHD). * Please do the following: 1. Complete the attached form, listing employees in your unit/dept. who were potentially exposed (see exposure definition below) during the above period of time. Please include first and last names, agency if applicable and home facility if employee floats. 2. Forward list to EOHD and copy to Staffing Resource Network (SRN) if applicable. 3. Do NOT send employees to EOHD for screening until you are notified by EOHD which employees will require baseline screening. (Employees must be paid for time required for evaluation in EOHD.) Please keep in mind: Casual contact does not usually result in infection. A definite diagnosis of TB has not necessarily been made. In the meantime, follow-up will be initiated as a precaution. Employees who were potentially exposed ARE NOT CONTAGIOUS! Do not contact patient's roommates, physicians, other hospital departments, etc. There is a process in place for that. * Exposed personnel: Anyone who was assigned to care for the patient, entered the room, assisted with procedures or transported the patient. Call Infection Control Coordinator with questions. ************************************************************************ INFECTION CONTROL FOLLOW-UP (to be sent to EOHD by Infection Control.): Date TB ruled out - no further follow-up required Date Drug susceptibility attached for employee file

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Attachment J to #05200.00 (Page 1 of 1) SHARP HEALTH CARE TUBERCULOSIS EXPOSED PERSONNEL LINE LISTING . TO: Employee Occupational Health Department and/or Central Resource Network FROM: Manager Phone | Unit/Dept. Facility RE: TB EXPOSURE - DATE (beginning and ending) EXPOSED PERSONNEL NAME (FIRST AND LAST) UNIT ASSIGNED AGENCY IF APPLICABLE HOME FACILITY IF FLOATER . . ............................ . . . . . ADDRESSOGRAPH .

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TB Masks: Respiratory Protection Guidelines for Biohazard Respirator


This attachment applies only to TB biohazard [respirator]. This attachment does not refer to respiratory protection for chemical, oil or mist exposure. The purpose of this attachment to Sharp HealthCares Tuberculosis Exposure Control Plan is to be in compliance with the OSHA TB Control Plan. Evaluates employees' ability to perform work while using protective respiratory devices during possible TB exposure. To protect health of employees. A TB mask [respirator] is defined as the dust/mist mask approved for healthcare workers caring for patients with TB, N95 [ability to filter 0.3 microns at 95% efficiency] TEXT: A. B. C.

D.

E. F.

G.

H.

Employees who may be required to care for TB patients will be identified by each operating facility. Employees will be furnished the appropriate TB mask. Employees will be fit tested for the selected TB mask. 1. A fit test will be repeated whenever an employee has a change in condition that may interfere with the fit of the mask, such as 10% or more weight change, significant scarring in the area of face seal, dental changes, reconstructive or cosmetic surgery of the face, or any other condition that may affect the fit. 2. Fit testing record copies will be distributed to: a. Employee b. Employee's manager c. Employee Occupational Health Department (EOHD) Employees will complete the respiratory questionnaire before beginning to use the TB mask. 1. The questionnaire will be given by EOHD to new hire employees and current employees without a questionnaire on file. 2. The questionnaire will be kept confidentially in the EOHD medical record. 3. Employees with positive responses to the questionnaire will be medically evaluated in EOHD. 4. EOHD will notify employee's manager/supervisor if employee is not medically cleared to wear a TB mask. Employees will notify their supervisor of any problems experienced while wearing the mask. Training 1. Employees will be trained on how to check the fit of their mask during fit testing. 2. Employees will be trained on when to change the mask. a. Damage/integrity of mask impaired [holes, broken, etc.] b. Soiled c. Breathing resistance Employees disqualified from wearing TB masks and working in areas where TB patients are cared for will be evaluated for accommodation of their restriction by their home department first. Further accommodation review of their restriction will be evaluated by the system-wide Accommodation Review Committee if the home department is unable to accommodate. All aspects of the TB Exposure Control Plan will be followed.

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Employee Occupational Health Department

Section 5199 Appendix B Alternate Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire for Filtering Facepiece Respirators Used for Protection against Infectious Aerosols
To the employer: Answers to questions in Section 1, and to question 6 in Section 2 of Part A, do not require a medical examination. To the employee: Can you read and understand this? Yes No

Your employer must allow you to answer this questionnaire during normal working hours, or at a time and place that is convenient to you. To maintain your confidentiality, your employer or supervisor must not look or review your answers, and your employer must tell you how to deliver or send this questionnaire to the health care professional who will review it. Part A. Section 1. The following information must be provided by every employee who has been selected to use any type of respirator (please print). Today's date: Name: Sex (circle one): Male Female Job Title:_______________________________ Your age (to nearest year):______________ Height: __________ ft. __________ in. Weight: ______ lbs.

Phone number where you can be reached (include the Area Code): The best time to phone you at this number: Has your employer told you how to contact the health care professional who will review this questionnaire: Yes No Check the type of respirator you will use (you can check more than one category): a. ______ N, R, or P disposable respirator such as an N95 TB mask (filter-mask, non-cartridge type only; Such as an N95 Mask used in patient care areas). b. ______ Other type (ex., half- or full-facepiece type, PAPR, supplied-air, SCBA). Fill in the type here:________________________________________________________________ c. ______I do not know if my position will require an N95 Mask. d. ______I will not need to wear any type of respirator including an N95. Have you ever worn a respirator: Yes No If "yes," what type(s):________________________________________________________________

Part A. Section 2. Questions 1 through 6 below must be answered by every employee who has been selected to use any type of respirator. Please mark yes" or "no" for each question. 1. Have you ever had any of the following conditions? a. Allergic reactions that interfere with your breathing: Yes No What did you react to?__________________________ b. Claustrophobia (fear of closed-in places): Yes No

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2. Do you currently have any of the following symptoms of pulmonary or lung illness? a. Shortness of breath when walking fast on level ground or walking up a slight hill or incline: Yes No b. Have to stop for breath when walking at your own pace on level ground: Yes No c. Shortness of breath that interferes with your job: Yes No d. Coughing that produces phlegm (thick sputum): Yes No e. Coughing up blood in the last month: Yes No f. Wheezing that interferes with your job: Yes No g. Chest pain when you breathe deeply: Yes No h. Any other symptoms that you think may be related to lung problems: Yes No 3. Do you currently have any of the following cardiovascular or heart symptoms? a. Frequent pain or tightness in your chest: Yes b. Pain or tightness in your chest during physical activity: Yes c. Pain or tightness in your chest that interferes with your job: Yes d. Any other symptoms that you think may be related to heart or circulation problems: 4. Do you currently take medication for any of the following problems? a. Breathing or lung problems: Yes No b. Heart trouble: Yes No Yes No c. Nose, throat or sinuses: d. Are your problems under control with these medications: Yes No 5. If you've used a respirator, have you ever had any of the following problems? (If you've never used a respirator, check the following box and go to question 6) a. Skin allergies or rashes: Yes No b. Anxiety: Yes No c. General weakness or fatigue: Yes No d. Any other problem that interferes with your use of a respirator: Yes No 6. Would you like to talk to the health care professional who will review this questionnaire about your answers to this questionnaire: Yes No For Physicians only: I give my permission to fax this form to the medical staff office. __________
Initials

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_______________________________________ Employee/MD Signature Date FOR CLINIC USE ONLY BELOW THIS LINE Pulmonary Function: Chest X-Ray: Physical Exam: Respirator Qualification: 1) Medically Qualified Qualified Comments: Normal Abnormal Normal Abnormal Normal Abnormal 2) With PAPR only

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Not Indicated Not Indicated Not Indicated 3) Needs further evaluation 4) Not Medically

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Attachment M (SGH)
AIRBORNE PRECAUTIONS
Use the following as guidelines to assist in determining if Airborne Precautions should be initiated on a suspect TB patient when not specifically ordered. Other considerations not listed may also be used in making the decision. Always consult with the attending physician when considering Airborne Precautions for inpatients. If unable to reach physician, isolate patient until able to contact physician.

Patient has following Signs/Symptoms: Risk Factors: 1. Combination of 2 or more: 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Cough > two weeks Weight loss Hemoptysis (No recent History of lung cancer) Fever >99.5 for >2 weeks Night Sweats

POINTS EARNED

CXR suspicious for TB (mid or upper lobe infiltrate or with cavity) per radiologist or Pulmonary M.D. Positive AFB smear on respiratory specimen.

Tuberculosis History
Patient with recent history of treated pulmonary /laryngeal TB Patient with history of partially treated or untreated pulmonary/laryngeal TB Positive PPD 3 5 1

Risk Factors
1. HIV or AIDS or immunocompromise, organ transplant 2. 3. 4. 5. Homeless or in Shelter Chronic IV Drug Abuse Foreign-born or Foreign Travel Jail with in last 2 years 1 1 1 1 1

If your patient has 5 points: 1. Place in Airborne Precautions 2. Obtain CXR; AFB sputum smears (x3 on 3 separate days) 3. Place regular mask on patient until placed in negative pressure room. Tell patient/family that this is only a precaution until the physician can assess patient further. Emphasize that patient has not been diagnosed with TB; but that we have certain guidelines we use to be cautious.

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SECTION 01 57 12 INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES PART 1 GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. This SECTION includes the mandatory Interim Life Safety Measures (ILSM's) program of Sharp Grossmont Hospital which serves to ensure proper protection of Sharp Grossmont Hospital employees, patients and visitors against fire, the by-products of fire and fire related emergencies and to comply with local, state, and federal codes, laws and requirements of accrediting agencies. The ILSM program is directed to new construction, renovations and existing Life Safety Code deficiencies within Hospital buildings.

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REFERENCES A. B. C. D. 1995 JCAHO EC.2.3.5, EC.5.1 NFPA 101, Life Safety Code CCR Title 8, Section 1922 Sharp Policy 18615.99 (included in SECTION 01 57 11 "INFECTION CONTROL POLICY AND PROCEDURE".

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ABBREVIATIONS A. The following are Abbreviations used in this SECTION: CCR ILSM JCAHO NFPA EC California Code of Regulations Interim Life Safety Measure (the) Joint Commission (on) Accreditation (of) Healthcare National Fire Protection Association JCAHO Environment of Care Standard

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PROCEDURE A. Interim Life Safety Measures shall be implemented whenever life safety features are compromised. Implementation of the ILSM's is the joint responsibility of the Contractor, Districts Program Manager, Sharp Grossmont Hospital Security, and Facilities Management Departments and must be coordinated with OSHPD and the City of La Mesa Fire Department as appropriate. Primary responsibility for individual items is as noted following each of the 11 ILSM's detailed below. ILSM's include, but are not limited to, the following: 1. Ensuring exits provide free and unobstructed egress. Personnel shall receive training if alternate exits must be designated. Building or areas under construction must maintain escape facilities for construction workers at all times. Means of egress in construction areas must be inspected daily. a. Responsibility: Contractor shall ensure that exits provide free and unobstructed egress for areas adjacent to construction area at all times. If alternate exits must be designated, Contractor shall provide or modify directional exit signs as necessary for alternate exits. The District's Representative arrange for alternate exit training for hospital personnel. It is the Contractor's responsibility to maintain escape facilities for construction workers at all times.

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Responsibility: Contractor shall ensure free and unobstructed access to emergency services and for emergency forces. When construction occurs adjacent to emergency facilities, assurance of free and unobstructed access shall be the sole responsibility of the Contractor with OSHPD FM and City of La Mesa FM concurrence.

2.

Ensuring fire alarm, detecting and suppression systems are not impaired. A temporary, but equivalent system shall be provided when any fire system is impaired. Temporary systems must be inspected and tested monthly. a. Responsibility: Contractor shall ensure that existing fire alarm, detecting and suppression systems are not impaired during progress of construction. Contractor shall provide a temporary but equivalent system when any fire system is impaired. Testing and inspection of temporary detection and suppression systems shall be conducted by the Contractor and OSHPD and City of La Mesa FM not less than once each month. Once certificate of occupancy is granted, Facilities Management/Building Management is responsible for maintenance of all life safety systems.

3.

Ensuring temporary construction partitions are smoke tight and built of noncombustible or limited combustible materials that will not contribute to the development or spread of fire. a. Responsibility: Contractor shall provide non-combustible, smoke tight partitions with smooth and clean surfaces as described in Sharp Policy #18615.99.

4.

Providing additional fire-fighting equipment and use training for personnel. a. Responsibility: Contractor shall provide additional firefighting equipment to assure equivalent fire protection in construction area while existing fire detecting and suppression systems are impaired, as required. The Districts Program Manager is responsible for scheduling and training hospital personnel in the use of firefighting equipment. The Contractor is responsible for training of his personnel.

5.

Prohibiting smoking in or adjacent to all construction areas and hospital grounds. a. Responsibility: Smoking is strictly prohibited in or adjacent to all construction areas and within hospital buildings. Smoking is not allowed in any hospital buildings or adjacent to entrances or as posted on the campus. Sharp Grossmont Hospital is a smoke free environment and smoking is prohibited on hospital property.

6.

Developing and enforcing storage, housekeeping and debris removal practices that reduce the flammable and combustible fire load of the building to the lowest level necessary for daily operations. a. Responsibility: Contractor shall be responsible for ensuring that storage of materials within and adjacent to the construction area is kept at minimum level necessary for daily construction activities. Contractor shall clean and remove debris from construction area daily, in accordance with Specification SECTION 01 74 10 "CLEANING".

7.

Conducting a minimum of two fire drills per shift per quarter. a. Responsibility: It is the responsibility of the Districts Program Manager to schedule and conduct two fire drills per shift per quarter for hospital employees in areas where ILSM's are being implemented.

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Increasing hazard surveillance of buildings, grounds and equipment with special attention to excavations, construction areas, and construction storage and field offices. a. Responsibility: Contractor shall notify Districts Program Manager, Security, Safety Officer, and Facilities Management of impending construction work. Security will increase surveillance of grounds, building, construction areas, storage and field offices during construction in or adjacent to hospital buildings. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure that hazardous conditions inside the construction area are minimized.

9.

Training personnel when structural or compartmental features of fire safety are compromised. a. Responsibility: Owner is responsible for scheduling and training of hospital personnel when structural or compartmental features of fire safety are compromised due to construction. The Contractor shall be responsible for training his employees.

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Conducting organization wide safety education programs to ensure awareness of Life Safety Code deficiencies, construction hazards and the ILSM. a. Responsibility: The Owner is responsible for conducting educational programs and ensuring awareness of Life Safety Code violations, construction hazards, and the ILSMs. Contractor is responsible for distribution and posting of Construction Alert notices when temporary interruptions affecting life safety codes must be made.

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QUALITY ASSURANCE A. The Contractor shall inform the Districts Program Manager and IOR of pending construction, and shall be present during discussion of ILSM's at the Preconstruction Meeting. Discussion of ILSM's shall be documented in the meeting minutes. Life Safety Systems Shutdowns: Requests for approval for shutdowns of life safety systems must be submitted to the District Representatives by the Contractor in writing not less than 10 working days before shutdown is required. Contractor must coordinate shutdowns of life safety systems with Facilities and the IOR/OSHPD Fire Marshall. The District will inspect construction areas and document violations and remedies of the ILSM's using the project PIMS (Project Information Management System).

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ENFORCEMENT OF INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES A. Enforcement of ILSM's will be documented by the District with the use of the Interim Life Safety Measures Checklist attached at the end of this SECTION and the Interim Life Safety Measure Violation Notices through the project PIMS (Project Information Management System). Because Implementation of ILSM procedures are critical to protecting the health and safety of patients, staff and visitors at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, the Contractor shall respond immediately to notice of violations and shall not exceed a maximum of 4 hours to correct deficiencies and/or violations of any of the policies.

B.

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ATTACHMENT INTERIM LIFE SAFETY MEASURES CHECKLIST Date of Inspection: Project Number: Project Name: Location (Building/Floor): Construction Start Date: Daily Checks: 1) EXIT CONDITIONS: Free and unobstructed. (Districts Rep to be notified if alternate exit training is required.) EMERGENCY SERVICES ACCESS: Free and unobstructed. FIRE ALARM DETECTING AND SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS: Not impaired. (if systems are impaired, a temporary but equivalent system has been provided by Contractor.) TEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION PARTITIONS: Smoke tight and built of noncombustible or limited combustible materials. FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: Additional equipment has been provided by the Contractor (if life safety systems have been impaired), and OSHPD FM & City of La Mesa FM have been notified that use training for hospital employees is required. SMOKING: Has not been found to have occurred in undesignated areas. STORAGE, HOUSEKEEPING AND DEBRIS REMOVAL: Has been performed to keep flammable and combustible load at the lowest level necessary for daily construction activity. FIRE DRILLS: District has been notified of required fire drills in areas where ILSM's are being implemented (2 drills per shift per quarter). SECURITY: Security has been notified of the need for increased hazard/safety surveillance of the grounds, building, and construction areas, with special attention to excavations, construction areas, and construction storage and field offices. STRUCTURAL OR COMPARTMENTAL FEATURES: If fire safety is compromised, all affected personnel have been notified and the District has been notified of the need to provide appropriate training to hospital employees for the increased hazard. VIOLATIONS AND NOTICES: District has been notified of need to inform hospital employees of Interim Life Safety violations in their work environment. Construction Alert notices have been posted if temporary interruption affecting life safety codes must be made.

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Compliance with all Interim Life Safety Measures of the Sharp Policy 18615.99 is mandatory whether enumerated in this SECTION or not. Violations will be noted on the project PIMS with response/correction required by the Contractor within 4 hours. Failure to comply will result in corrective action being taken by the District and the cost of corrections will be charged to the Contractor. END OF CHECKLIST

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SECTION 01 57 13 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROCEDURES PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. SECTION includes methods and procedures for Contractors use and management of Hazardous Substances in the Work and for management of Hazardous Substances which may be discovered during the course of performing the Work and which are not identified in the Contract Documents. Related SECTIONS: 1. SECTION 00 31 26.23 EXISTING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES REFERENCE INFORMATION Section 00 72 00 GENERAL CONDITIONS, Article 2-4, HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES SECTION 01 73 29 "CUTTING AND PATCHING".

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2. 1.02 DEFINITIONS A.

A Hazardous Substance shall mean any material that, because of its quantity, concentration, or physical or chemical characteristics, poses a significant present or threatened hazard to human health and safety or to the environment, if released into the workplace or the environment and

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PROCEDURES A. Contractors Hazardous Substances/Waste Management For Materials Used In Construction 1. Storage: Properly label and store all hazardous materials and substances, such as paints, thinners, solvents, oils and fuels and all waste hazardous substances, such as waste oil, solvents, paints and thinners, and rags used to absorb the same. Store all hazardous substances and all waste Hazardous Substances according to the applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Contractor shall maintain an inventory of Hazardous Substances stored on Site (including any Owner furnished staging areas) and provide such information to Owner and emergency personnel upon request. Usage: For outside areas, follow the Best Management Practices contained in Owners SWPPP. Follow manufacturers instructions and applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations (including applicable OSHA and Cal/OSHA safety regulations) when using or otherwise handling Hazardous Substances. Transportation and Disposal: Arrange for regular collection and disposal of waste Hazardous Substances in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the storage of waste Hazardous Substances, including prescribed time limits. Transportation of waste Hazardous Substances off Site shall only be conducted by licensed hazardous waste haulers under appropriate hazardous waste manifests and/or shipping papers, as appropriate under applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Disposal of waste Hazardous Substances shall occur only at authorized and permitted Treatment, Storage and Disposal Facilities.

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Immediately contain and prevent leaks and spills of Hazardous Substances and other construction materials and from entering storm drains and properly clean up and dispose of the waste and materials used to effect the clean-up. If the waste is a hazardous Substance, handle the waste as described in Section A above. Do not bury or wash any spilled Hazardous Substance or other construction material into streets, gutters, or storm drains. Report any spills of Hazardous Substances immediately to the Program Manager. Construction vehicles and equipment shall be equipped with, or have immediate access to, spill control kits while on Site. Refer also to Best Management Practices identified in Owners SWPPP.

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Hazardous Substances Encountered On Site By Contractor During Construction 1. In the event the Contractor encounters materials during the performance of the Work which it reasonably believes to be Hazardous Substances the Contractor shall immediately cease Work on the area affected by such materials and immediately report the condition to the Owner verbally and in writing. The Contractor may continue Work in areas reasonably believed to be unaffected by the materials suspected of being Hazardous Substances. In such event Owner shall retain an independent entity and testing laboratory to determine the nature of the materials suspected of being a Hazardous Substance. Except as may be otherwise provided herein, the Contractor shall not commence or continue Work in the affected area until any known or suspected Hazardous Substance discovered during performance of the Work has been removed, or rendered or determined to be harmless by the Owner, as certified by the independent entity and/or testing laboratory and, where applicable and appropriate, approved by the government agency exercising regulatory jurisdiction. In the event the presence of the Hazardous Substances was not caused by the Contractor, the Owner shall pay for all costs of the independent entity, testing, and remediation, if any, and shall compensate Contractor any additional costs incurred or Project delay in accordance with the applicable provisions of Article 2-2, CHANGES IN THE WORK, herein. In such event, the Owner shall indemnify and hold harmless the Contractor and its agents, officers, directors and employees from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, costs and expenses incurred in connection with or arising out of or relating to the performance of the Work in the area affected by the Hazardous Substance except to the extent any such claim arises out of the Contractors negligence or willful misconduct. In the event the presence of Hazardous Substance discovered during performance of the Work was caused by the Contractor, the Contractor shall pay for all costs of sampling, testing and remediation, if any, and shall compensate the Owner for any additional costs incurred as a result of the Hazardous Substance condition caused by Contractor. In addition, the Contractor shall indemnify and hold harmless the Owner and its agents, officers, and employees from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, costs, and expenses incurred in connection with or arising out of or relating to the presence of Hazardous Substances on the Site except to the extent any such claim arises out of the Owners negligence or willful misconduct. If the Contractor is required to perform removal of Hazardous, not originating from Contractor activities, the Hazardous Waste shall be recycled if economically and technologically feasible in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. The Owner may provide technical assistance regarding management of such Hazardous Substance and shall review and approve all recycling, treatment, incineration and landfill proposals for Hazardous Substances encountered by the Contractor at the Site. Transportation, treatment, storage, or disposal of such Hazardous Substances GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PROCEDURES VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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requires approval by the Owner and shall be performed by a state-licensed hauler and state-licensed Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facility, as required by applicable federal, state, and local law and regulations.

PART 2- PRODUCTS Not used.

PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 REMOVAL OF LIGHT BALLASTS CONTAINING PCB A. Contractor shall remove all light ballasts. Some light ballasts may contain PCB which must be managed as an extremely hazardous waste. Contractor shall inspect all light ballasts to be removed to determine if they may contain PCB. All light ballasts that may contain PCB shall be placed in Owner provided receptacles which shall be managed and disposed of by Owner. Contractor shall not remove leaking ballasts. All other light ballasts shall be managed and disposed of by Contractor.

3.02

REMOVAL OF FLUORESCENT LAMPS CONTAINING MERCURY A. Fluorescent lamps typically contain mercury and require special handling. Fluorescent lamps are to be removed, managed and disposed of by the Owner.

3.03

REMOVAL OF OIL CONTAINING EQUIPMENT A. Some oil containing equipment may be contaminated with PCB which must be managed as an extremely hazardous waste; and used oil itself requires special handling. Contractor shall remove all non-PCB containing equipment that is clearly marked as PCB free by the manufacturer if required to be removed, managed and disposed of by Contractor in accordance with applicable laws and regulations under the Contract Documents. For oil containing equipment not identified by the manufacturer as PCB free, Contractor shall immediately notify the Owner in order to enable the Owner to determine whether such equipment is contaminated with PCB. If Owner determines that the oil filled equipment, Contractor will remove, manage and dispose of those item required to be removed under the contract documents. If the Owner determines that the oil filled equipment is PCB containing, Owner will manage and dispose of such items. Contractor shall comply with instructions from the Owner's Program Manager. Contractor shall comply with applicable laws and regulations for removal, transport and disposal of oil containing equipment.

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SECTION 01 60 00 PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. B. SECTION Includes: Procedures for submittal of requests for substitution for materials Related Documents: The Conditions of the Contract and other SECTIONS of DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQURIEMENTS apply to this SECTION as fully as if repeated herein.

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PRODUCT OPTIONS A. Whenever products are specified by reference standard, any product meeting the standards referenced may be used. Products listed have been researched and are known to comply with the referenced standards. Submit information on such products in accordance with SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES". Whenever products are specified by performance or descriptive specifications any product meeting the specified performance or descriptive requirements may be used. Products listed have been researched and are known to comply with the specified performance or descriptive requirements. Submit information on such products in accordance with SECTION 01 33 00 "SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES". Whenever in the specifications any material, article or process is indicated or specified by trade, patent or proprietary name or name of manufacturer such specification for material, article or process, unless marked "no substitution", shall be deemed to be followed by the words "or equal" as accepted in the Bid Package. Submit information on such products in accordance with this SECTION. Where more than one proprietary name is specified, the Contractor may provide any one of the materials or equipment specified. Use only one brand, kind of make of material or equipment for each specific purpose throughout the Work notwithstanding that similar materials or equipment of two or more manufacturers or producers may be specified for the same purpose.

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PRODUCT SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURES A. Drawings have been detailed in compliance with the ICBO Evaluation Report for material specified. If a proposed substitute material is accepted by the District, the Contractor shall assume the responsibility for construction modifications and additional costs required by reason of this acceptance, including reimbursing the Architect or the Districts Consultants or Contractors for modifications they must make to the Contract Documents. Where materials or items of manufacturer are specified in groups and are made or furnished by one manufacturer, no substitution will be considered that is not made or furnished similarly by one manufacturer. Where the Contractor proposes to use a system of equipment other than that specified or detailed on the Contract Documents the substitution shall be proposed as a complete system. Submit with the written request for a proposed substitution all data substantiating request as well as a "Certificate of Suitability" certifying that the proposed substitution is equal or better in all respects to that specified and that it will, in all respects perform the function for which it is intended. Submit complete information to the District so that proper evaluation can be made. The burden of proof of equality of the substituted item shall be on the Contractor. Acceptance of such substitutions is entirely at the sole discretion of the District. All materials or items of manufacturer, which the Contractor proposes to substitute for those specified, must be accepted by the District before they may be ordered.

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The District will issue to the Contractor a list setting forth those items for which substitutions are accepted. No substitution will be accepted for any materials or item of manufacture called for in the Contract Documents which is not of equal quality and utility and which does not possess equal design or color characteristics to those of the specified material or item. If, in the sole discretion of the District, the District rejects the proposed substitution the Contractor shall furnish the specified materials. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor, in proposing a substitution for any item herein specified, to inform all other trades, vendors, contractors and subcontractors of effects said substitution will have upon their construction activities or products. The Contractor shall be responsible for all costs arising from alterations in specified materials or methods necessary to complete the Work in an approved and acceptable manner, including costs to subcontractors, vendors, and other Contractors employed by the District.

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OWNER-FURNISHED CONTRACTOR-INSTALLED PRODUCTS A. District's Responsibilities: The District will arrange and pay for product delivery to the Site in accordance with the construction schedule. The District and the Contractor shall jointly inspect the deliveries for shortages and damaged or defective items. The District will arrange for replacement of damaged, defective or missing items. The Contractor shall incorporate Owner-furnished equipment in all schedules outlined in SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION". Contractor's Responsibilities: The Contractor shall unload, uncrate, and store the products at the Site and shall protect them from exposure to the elements and other damage. Items damaged after acceptance by the Contractor shall be replaced at the Contractor's expense. The products shall be installed, connected, adjusted and finished in accordance with the applicable SECTION of the Contract Documents. The Contractor shall incorporate Owner-furnished equipment in all schedules outlined in SECTION 01 32 00 "CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS DOCUMENTATION". The Contractor shall also provide 30 days notice to District of all Owner-furnished products that need to be at the Project Site by a specified date. Tests: The Contractor shall operate and test each operable item when installed and connected. If malfunction occurs through no fault of the Contractor, the District will make the defect good: otherwise, the Contractor shall effect all necessary corrections to the item to operate properly and as intended, at the Contractors expense.

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PRODUCT DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING PROCEDURES A. Transport, deliver, handle, and store all materials and equipment used in the work to prevent the intrusions of foreign matter, moisture, and to prevent damage. In all cases comply with the material and equipment manufacturers instructions regarding temperature limitations and other environmental conditions which are required to maintain the original quality of the materials and equipment. Store products at the Site in a manner that will facilitate inspection and measurement of quantity or counting of units. Store heavy materials in a manner that will not endanger the supporting construction. Store products subject to damage by the elements above ground, under cover in a weather tight enclosure, with ventilation adequate to prevent condensation. Maintain temperature and humidity within range required by manufacturers instructions. Coordinate delivery with installation time to ensure minimum holding time for items that are flammable, hazardous, easily damaged, or sensitive to deterioration, theft and other losses. Locate storage piles, stacks or bins to avoid being disturbed, and protect from damage. Store materials and equipment in accordance with manufacturers instructions, above grade, and properly protected from weather and construction activities. Payment may be withheld for improperly packaged and stored materials. Protect all finished surfaces including floors, jambs, and soffits of all openings used as passageways or through which materials and equipment must travel. Keep finished surfaces clean and unmarred until

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the date of acceptance. Refer to individual Specification SECTIONS for additional specific product handling and protection requirements. D. Packaging: Provide packaged materials in their manufacturers original containers with seals unbroken and labels intact until incorporating into the work. Wrapped or bundled materials shall clearly bear the manufacturers name and trade mark. Damaged Materials: Inspect products upon delivery with the District Representative to ensure compliance with the Contract Documents, and to ensure that products are undamaged and properly protected. Remove damaged or otherwise unsuitable material and equipment promptly from the Site upon confirmation from the District. Unused Materials: If, during the course of the Project, originally specified materials are delivered to the Site, but not installed due to changes to the documents, the Contractor shall notify the District in writing of the quantity and type of unused material. The Contractor shall store the materials on Site at no cost to the District for 90 days, pending notification by the District regarding the disposition of the items. The District will be responsible for removing these materials within the specified period or the materials become the property of the Contractor to dispose of at his discretion, at no cost to the District. The paragraph does not apply to waste material and debris, only fully intact fabricated assemblies or products.

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PART 2 - PRODUCTS Not used.

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SECTION 01 66 00 PRODUCT STORAGE AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 DESCRIPTION (PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT) A. Shop prime: 1. 2. Steel surfaces not to be encased in concrete shall be shop primed with primer as specified in various technical Specification SECTIONS. After factory tests and acceptance, machined and/or polished surface to remain unpainted shall be coated with minimum 2-mil thickness of rust preventive compounds, or as recommended by manufacturer.

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Protection: 1. 2. Protect steel surfaces to ensure that their cleanliness during shipment, storage and erection is maintained. Protect structural steel against damage from all sources whether mechanical, chemical or environmental.

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TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING A. B. Verification of intent to ship, arrival date and Cartage Company must be made known to District by Contractor. Immediately on delivery, a complete and thorough inspection of the structural steel by District and Contractor shall be made. Any damages incurred in shipping or handling shall be replaced promptly by Contractor at no cost to the District.

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STORAGE AND PROTECTION 1. 2. 3. 4. Storage and protection shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. Provide complete weather protection for stored structural steel. Storage must be in Grossmont Healthcare District, and all material must be insured. Inspection of stored structural steel to assure it will be free from damage or deterioration shall be provided at no additional cost. All storage, handling and re-handling costs, insurance and responsibility for protection and proper installation of such material is the obligation of the Contractor. No payment, pursuant to this provision for material shall in any way relieve the Contractor of its responsibility to obtain or provide, at its expense, any such material or release the Contractor from any of its obligations under this Contract. District may enter upon the premises where the material is stored for inspection, checking, or any other purpose deemed necessary by the Districts Program Manager. The Contractor will not be reimbursed for any taxes levied against such material while so stored. Contractor must furnish with his Request for Payment acceptable evidence showing such material has been paid for in full, together with a verified statement that same is/are free from liens and encumbrances and will be utilized in the work covered by this Contract and a material list sufficient for physical inventory at the storage location.

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SECTION 01 71 23 FIELD ENGINEERING 1 1.1 GENERAL SUMMARY A. Provide such field engineering services as are required for proper completion of the Work including, but not necessarily limited to: monitoring shoring lines and reporting, establishing and maintaining lines and levels, and structural design of shores, forms, and similar items provided by the Contractor as part of the Contractor's means and methods of construction. Related Work: Additional requirements for field engineering also may be described in other Sections of these Specifications. As described in the General Conditions, the District will furnish survey describing the physical characteristics, legal limitations, utility locations, and legal description of the site. Field Engineer - Licensed surveyor provided and paid for by the Contractor.

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C. 1.2

SUBMITTALS A. Comply with pertinent provisions of Section 01 33 00. Upon request of the District, submit, data demonstrating qualifications of persons proposed to be engaged for field engineering services, documentation verifying accuracy of field engineering work, and certification, signed by the Contractor's retained field engineer, certifying that elevations and locations of improvements are in conformance or nonconformance with requirements of the Contract Documents. Submit within 14 days after NTP #1 a verification from the Field Engineer that the as-built condition of the site as depicted in the Owners survey is accurate and acceptable to the Contractor and Field Engineer. The Field Engineer will verify that the as-built, pre-construction conditions of grades, utility stub ups, and manholes and other site features are complete and accurate. The Field Engineer shall provide the verification by signing and submitting a copy of the Owners survey and making it acceptable.

B.

1.3

QUALITY ASSURANCE Use adequate numbers of skilled workmen thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and completely familiar with the specified requirements and methods needed for proper performance of the work of this Section.

1.4

PROCEDURES A. In addition to procedures directed by the Contractor for proper performance of the Contractor's responsibilities, locate and protect control points before starting work on the site, preserve permanent reference points during progress of the Work, and do not change or relocate reference points or items of the Work without specific approval from the District. Promptly advise the District when a reference point is lost or destroyed, or requires relocation because of other changes in the Work. Upon direction of the District, require the field engineer to replace reference stakes or markers. Locate such replacements according to the original survey control. Lay out all lines, elevations and measurements for entire Work including shoring, buildings, grading, paving, utilities, and other Work. Verify figures and dimensions shown on the Drawings and accept responsibility for all errors resulting from failure to so verify.

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Establish permanent monuments on curbs, manholes, or pavements, or with concrete embedded steel pipe with lead plug and brass nail, as approved. Show exact location of the permanent monuments on the Record Drawings.

1.5

SHORING MONITORING Provide weekly survey reports for all shoring, new and existing. Report should include data on line and grade and monitor for creepage.

1.6

CLOSEOUT SURVEY Refer to Section 01 77 00 - Closeout Procedures for information regarding the Closeout Survey.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS (NOT APPLICABLE) PART 3 - EXECUTION (NOT APPLICABLE)

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SECTION 01 73 29 CUTTING AND PATCHING 1 1.1 GENERAL SUMMARY A. This Section establishes general requirements pertaining to cutting (including excavating), fitting, and patching of the Work required to make the several parts fit properly, uncover work to provide for installing, inspecting, or both, of ill-timed Work, remove and replace Work not conforming to requirements of the Contract Documents, and remove and replace defective Work. Related Work: Documents affecting Work of this Section include, but are not necessarily limited to, General Conditions, Supplementary Conditions, and Sections in Division 1 of these Specifications. The Contractor will not disconnect or cut any utilities in the utility tunnels or primary electrical manholes without first reviewing, and receiving concurrence on the scope and timing of the Work with the District Representative and the Sharp Grossmont Hospital Facilities Department.

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C.

1.2

SUBMITTALS Request for Districts Consent: Prior to cutting which affects structural safety, submit written request to the District for permission to proceed with cutting. Should conditions of the Work, or schedule, indicate a required change of materials or methods for cutting and patching, so notify the District and secure its written permission prior to proceeding.

1.3

QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Requirements for Structural Work: Do not cut and patch structural elements in manner that would change their load carrying capacity or load-deflection ratio. Do not cut and patch operating elements or related components in manner that would result in reducing their capacity to perform as intended, or result in increased maintenance, or decreased operational life or safety. Comply with authorities having jurisdiction, including OSHPD regulations. Use adequate numbers of skilled workmen thoroughly trained and experienced in the necessary crafts and completely familiar with the specified requirements and methods needed for proper performance of the Work of this section.

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C. D.

PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.1 MATERIALS Use materials that are identical to existing materials. If identical materials are not available or cannot be used where exposed surfaces are involved, use materials that match existing adjacent surfaces to fullest extent possible with regard to visual effect. Use materials whose installed performance will equal or surpass that of existing materials. 2.2 PAYMENT FOR COSTS Perform other cutting and patching needed to comply with the Contract Documents at no additional cost to the District. The District will reimburse the Contractor only for cutting and patching performed pursuant to a written Change Order, after claim for such reimbursement is submitted by the Contractor.

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PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.1 SURFACE CONDITIONS A. B. For existing facilities, obtain as-builts from the District and review the drawings. Inspection: Inspect existing conditions, including elements subject to movement or damage during cutting, excavating, patching, and backfilling. After uncovering the Work, inspect conditions affecting installation of new Work. Discrepancies: If uncovered conditions are not as anticipated, immediately notify the District and secure needed directions. Do not proceed until unsatisfactory conditions are corrected.

C.

3.2

PREPARATION PRIOR TO CUTTING A. Provide required protection including, but not necessarily limited to, shoring, bracing, fire-resistant blankets for torch cutting, barricades for demolition around public areas, and support to maintain structural integrity of the Work. Avoid interference with use of adjoining areas or interruption of free passage to adjoining areas. Avoid cutting existing pipe, conduit or ductwork serving building, but scheduled to be removed or relocated, until provisions have been made to bypass them.

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3.3

PERFORMANCE A. Perform required excavating and backfilling as required under pertinent other Sections of these Specifications. Perform cutting and demolition by methods which will prevent damage to other portions of the Work and provide proper surfaces to receive installation of repair and new Work. Perform fitting and adjusting of products to provide finished installation complying with the specified tolerance and finishes. Patch, repair, and paint finishes to the nearest break in the surface plane. If walk or roadways, slabs, elevated surfaces, or any other horizontal pedestrian or worker support surfaces are cut and portions removed and not scheduled to be patched prior to the end of the work day, the Contractor will cover the exposed areas until the resumption of work. The Contractor will use code-approved grates, plates, structural support, barricades, or other precautionary devices to secure the exposed areas. The Contractor will take the same precautions for elevated vertical surfaces where the potential for pedestrian or worker risk is involved. Cutting: 1. In general, where cutting, use hand or small power tools designed for sawing or grinding, not hammering and chopping. Cut holes and slots as small as possible, neatly to size required with minimum disturbance or adjacent surfaces. Temporarily cover openings when not in use. Cut through concrete and masonry using cutting machine. Use of impact machines or hammer action devices will not be permitted. By-pass utility services including pipe or conduit, before cutting, where services are shown or required to be removed, relocated or abandoned. Cut off pipe or conduit in walls or partitions to be removed. Cap, valve, or plug and seal remaining portion of pipe or conduit to prevent entrance of moisture or other foreign matter after by-passing and cutting.

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C.

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SECTION 01 74 10 CLEANING PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SUMMARY A. Principal Work in This SECTION: Keep Site, adjacent private properties and public properties free from accumulations of waste, debris and rubbish caused by construction operations. Contractor shall provide the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. B. Wheel washing Final daily and weekly Site cleaning Equipment cleaning Final cleaning Waste storage and removal Graffiti weekly and Final Cleaning

Related Work: Documents affecting work of this SECTION include, but are not necessarily limited to, General Conditions, and other SECTIONS in DIVISION 01 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS of these Specifications.

1.02

SAFETY REQUIREMENTS A. Maintain work in accordance with state and local safety and insurance standards. Conduct cleaning and disposal operations to comply with local ordinances and anti-pollution laws. Do not burn or bury rubbish and waste materials on job Site. Do not dispose of volatile wastes such as mineral spirits, oil, or paint thinner in storm or sanitary drains; store in containers with tight-fitting lids and remove to legal dump site. Hazard Control: Store volatile wastes in covered metal containers, and remove from Site daily. Prevent accumulation of wastes which create hazardous conditions. Provide adequate ventilation during use of volatile or noxious substances.

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1.03

DAILY AND WEEKLY CLEANING A. Contractor shall maintain wheel washers at every gate where equipment and trucks exit the project Site. All vehicles must wash dirt and debris off tires and the vehicle before exiting onto public streets. The contractor is responsible for maintaining pressurized water supply, hoses, and nozzles to each wheel washer throughout construction. The Contractor shall provide a minimum of (1) man hour per day for every eighty (80) man-hours of work performed for final Site daily cleaning. The final daily cleaning shall include clearing public road and walkways of debris and dirt, maintenance of the Site fencing, general pick up of debris on Site, and clean up of trash that could scatter into adjacent neighborhoods. Cut down weeds, as required within the initially defined construction zone, to mitigate potential fire hazard. All major pieces of equipment shall be washed daily by the Contractor. Equipment shall be washed at the beginning or end of the work day to mitigate dust scattering to adjacent neighborhoods. Not Used. Keep Site, adjacent properties and public properties free from accumulations of waste materials and

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rubbish; remove debris and dirt from public property promptly; sweep sidewalks and adjacent streets daily when soiled by work performed under the contract. Remove or paint over, as appropriate to the substrate, graffiti on the Site or surrounding fence daily. Wet down materials and rubbish to lay dust and prevent it from blowing. F. The Contractor and its subcontractors shall supply, on a weekly basis, general labor equal to at least two (2) percent of their actual weekly labor to clean and sweep the project, and related Site. This general cleaning and sweeping shall be in addition to normal daily cleaning specified elsewhere and shall be performed at the direction of the District, dispose of waste materials, debris and rubbish off the Site in a legal manner. Remove combustible materials such as paper, palettes, dunnage, crates, containers, and cardboard daily. Provide onsite containers for collection of waste materials, debris and rubbish. Provide a collection can at each location used as an eating area. Pick up all garbage daily. Remove waste materials, debris and rubbish from Site and legally dispose of at legal public or private dumping areas off Districts property. Contractor shall cut down weeds over 6" high anywhere within the limits of construction. Handle materials in a controlled manner with as few handlings as possible; do not drop or throw materials from heights. If the Contractor fails to perform daily and weekly cleaning, the District may perform the work on the Contractors behalf in order to comply with project environmental mitigation measures. 1. 2. The District will notify the Contractor in advance that the District is performing the work. The District will deduct the sum of $60.00 per laborer hour from the Contract Payment to cover the Districts cost to clean the Site on the Contractors behalf.

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H.

I. 1.04

The Contractor shall provide and maintain a graffiti free Site throughout the course of construction.

FINAL CLEANING A. Employ experienced workers, or professional cleaners, for final cleaning. In preparation for Completion or Occupancy, conduct final inspection of sight-exposed interior and exterior surfaces, and of concealed spaces. Remove grease, dust, dirt, stains, labels, fingerprints and other foreign materials from sight-exposed finished surfaces; polish bright surfaces to shine finish using caution not to scratch them; broom clean floors not scheduled to receive a finish material or coating. Complete the following cleaning operations in areas work has been completed before requesting final inspection by District: 1. Clean the Site, yard and grounds, in areas disturbed by construction activities, including landscape development areas, of rubbish, waste materials, litter and foreign substances. Sweep paved areas broom clean. Rake grounds that are neither planted nor paved, to a smooth even-textured surface. Remove petro-chemical spills, stains and other foreign deposits. Remove tools, construction equipment, machinery and surplus material from the Site. Remove waste material and rubbish from and about the Project. Clean exposed exterior and interior hard-surfaced finishes to a dirt-free condition, free of stains, films and similar foreign substances. Avoid disturbing natural weathering of exterior surfaces. Restore reflective surfaces to their original condition. Remove debris and surface dust from limited access spaces, including roofs, plenums, shafts, trenches, equipment vaults, manholes, attics and similar spaces. Remove labels that are not permanent labels. GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CLEANING VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 002

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Touch-up and otherwise repair and restore marred exposed finishes and surfaces. Replace finishes and surfaces that can not be satisfactorily repaired or restored, or that show evidence of repair or restoration. Wipe surfaces of mechanical and electrical equipment, and similar equipment. Remove excess lubrication, paint and mortar droppings and other foreign substances. Leave the Project clean and ready for occupancy.

10.

11. C.

Remove temporary protection and facilities installed during construction to protect previously completed installations during the remainder of the construction period. Comply with governing regulations and safety standards for cleaning operations. Remove waste materials from the Site and dispose of in a lawful manner.

D.

PART 2- PRODUCTS Not used.

PART 3 - EXECUTION Not used.

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SECTION 01 74 20 CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS RECYCLING PART 1 1.01 - GENERAL GOAL A. Consistent with the Districts efforts to comply with the California Integrated Waste Management Act of 1989 (Public Resources Code Section 40000 et seq.) and its implementing regulations and the City of La Mesa Ordinance No. 14.27, the goal of these Specifications is to reduce, reuse, and/or recycle to the maximum extent feasible, the construction and demolition debris (Debris) generated by District projects thereby diverting the Debris from disposal facilities, saving landfill space, and conserving virgin materials and natural resources.

1.02

GENERAL DEBRIS RECYCLING REQUIREMENTS A. Contractors working on any District projects that are estimated to generate Debris (greater than limits defined in the City of La Mesa Ordinance 14.27) shall submit an estimate of the total quantity of Debris that will be generated by the projects and a Recycling Report to the Senior Program Manager in accordance with Article 1.03. For projects not requiring a demolition permit, Contractor shall use Best Management Practices (BMP) to reduce, reuse, and/or recycle Debris generated by the project to the maximum extent feasible. Contractors working on any District projects that are estimated to generate less than limits defined in the City of La Mesa Ordinance 14.27 or projects resulting from imminent emergencies and/or disasters proclaimed by the Board of Directors or from imminent events deemed as emergencies and/or disasters by the State or Local Code are encouraged to use good-faith effort to reduce, reuse, and/or recycle the Debris generated by the projects to the maximum extent feasible. In performing the requirements of these Specifications, the Contractor and subcontractors shall comply with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws and regulations, including, but not limited to, Public Resources Code Section 40000 et seq.

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C.

1.03

DEBRIS RECYCLING REQUIREMENTS FOR ANY DISTRICT PROJECTS THAT ARE ESTIMATED TO GENERATE LESS THAN DEFINED LIMITS A. After contract award and prior to issuance of Notice to Proceed #2, the Contractor shall submit to the District an estimate of the total quantity of Debris the project is expected to generate. For as-needed contracts, the Contractor shall submit to the District, an estimate of the total quantity of Debris a specific project is expected to generate following issuance of a work order by the Director, and the estimate must be acceptable to the Director prior to issuance of notice to proceed with the work. B. In performing the work, the Contractor shall use Best Management Practices to reduce, reuse, and/or recycle the Debris generated by the project to the maximum extent feasible and document the reuse, recycling, and disposal activities. Contractors working on any District project shall meet or exceed the minimum required recycling guidelines established by the City of La Mesa. The contractors are also encouraged to use deconstruction process to maximize the recovery rate. Submit a Recycling Report to the District Program Manager for review and approval as part of the Contractors request for final payment. 1. The Recycling Report shall include, but not be limited to: a. A completed Construction and Demolition Recycling Report Form (Attachment 1 of this Section) summarizing (but not necessarily per each type of Debris) the projects reuse, recycling, and/or disposal activities during the project duration, or;

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A comparable report summarizing (but not necessarily per each type of Debris) the projects reuse, recycling, and/or disposal activities during the project duration including, but not limited to, quantity of Debris reused, recycled and/or disposed, an explanation of how and where the Debris was reused, recycled, and/or disposed, and why the disposed Debris could not have been reused and/or recycled.

D.

As part of the approval of the final payment, the District will review the Recycling Report to determine if the Contractor (a) documented the quantity of Debris generated, reused, recycled, and disposed during the project duration, and (b) for those projects requiring a demolition permit, reused and/or recycled at least 50 percent by weight and/or volume of Debris generated by project.

1.04

COST A. The cost associated with complying with the Debris recycling requirements shall be identified separately and be included in the Contractors bid.

1.05 DEFINITIONS A. "Applicant" means any individual, firm, limited liability company, association, partnership, political subdivision, government agency, municipality, industry, public or private corporation, or any other entity whatsoever who applies to the city for the applicable permits to undertake any construction, demolition, or renovation project within the city. B. Construction and Demolition Debris or Debris means materials resulting from building, construction or demolition-related activities such as excavation, grading, land clearing, renovation, repair, road work and site cleanup and are considered solid waste pursuant to Section 40191 of the California Public Resources Code. The materials include, but are not limited to, asphalt, brick, cardboard, carpet, cinder block, concrete, concrete with reinforcement bars, drywall, excavated materials, fixtures and fittings, glass, gravel, green waste, metal, mixed rubble, packaging materials, paper, plastics, porcelain, road work materials, roofing materials, rock, sand, site clearance materials, soil, trees, tree stumps and other vegetative matter, stones, and wood waste. C. "Conversion rate" means the rate set forth in the standardized conversion rate table approved by the city pursuant to this chapter for use in estimating the volume of weight of materials identified in a waste management plan. D. Deconstruction means the process of carefully dismantling a structure, piece by piece prior to or instead of conventional demolition, to maximize the recovery of building materials for reuse and/or recycling. E. Delivery Site means a recycling facility and recycling or reuse site or any place, including a transfer station where the Debris is delivered for the sole purpose of reuse and/or recycling in a manner acceptable to the District. F. "Demolition" means the decimating, razing, ruining, tearing down or wrecking of any facility, structure, pavement or building, whether in whole or in part, whether interior or exterior. G. Demolition Permit means the permit issued by the responsible governmental agency for the demolition work to be performed by the contractor.

H.

"Disposal" means the final deposition of solid waste at a permitted landfill. Disposal Facility means a landfill or any location where the Debris is taken for transformation. "Divert" or "diversion" means to use material for any purpose other than disposal in a landfill or transformation facility.

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incentivize the recycling of construction and demolition debris. K. "Diversion requirement" means the minimum percentage of construction and demolition debris for each project that must be diverted from landfills. L. "Exempt project" means activities that do not require a building or demolition permit. Exempt project shall not be subject to the provisions of this chapter. M. Generation means the quantity of Debris produced by the project operation before the Debris is reused and/or recycled. N. Green Waste means all vegetative cuttings, shrubs, stumps, logs, brush, tree trimmings, grass, and related materials which have been separated from other solid transport. O. Intentionally Deleted. P. "Large project" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 14.27.060(B) of this chapter. Q. Landfill means a solid waste disposal facility that accepts solid waste for land disposal and is operating under a current Solid Waste Facility Permit issued by a local enforcement agency as defined in Section 40130 of the California Public Resources Code and concurred upon by the California Integrated Waste Management Board. R. "Non-covered project" means those projects that do not meet the threshold of any category of covered project. S. "Project" means any activity that requires a building or demolition permit or any similar permit from the city. T. Waste includes all material to be removed from the project site by the contractor. U. Recyclable means material that still has useful physical or chemical properties after serving its original purpose and that can be reused or re-manufactured into additional products. V. Recycle or Recycling means the process of collecting, sorting, cleansing, treating, and reconstituting materials that would otherwise become solid waste and returning them to the economic mainstream in the form of raw materials for new, reused, or reconstituted products which meet the quality standards necessary to be used in the marketplace, and in a manner acceptable to the Director. Recycle or Recycling does not include transformation. W. Recycling Facility means any facility (except a transformation facility) whose principal function is to receive, store, convert, separate, or transfer recyclable materials for processing. X. Recycling or Reuse Site means any place other than a recycling facility acceptable to the Director for recycling and/or reuse of Debris. Y. Reduce means any action which causes a net reduction in the generation and/or disposal of solid waste. Z. Reuse the means further or repeated use of construction or demolition waste. AA. "Salvage" means the controlled removal of construction or demolition waste from a permitted building or demolition site for the purpose of recycling, reuse, or storage for later recycling or reuse. BB. Site Clearance Material means materials such as trees, brush, earth, mixed concrete, rubble, sand, steel, extraneous paper, plastics, and other waste materials generated from site clearance. CC. "Small project" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 14.27.060(A) of this chapter.

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DD. "Solid waste" means all putrescible and non-putrescible solid, semisolid, and liquid wastes, including, but not limited to, garbage, trash, refuse, paper, rubbish, ashes, industrial wastes, construction and demolition debris, abandoned vehicles and parts thereof, discarded home and industrial appliances, dewatered, treated, or chemically fixed sewage sludge which is not hazardous waste, manure, vegetable or animal solid and semisolid wastes, and other discarded solid and semisolid wastes. Solid waste does not include hazardous waste, hazardous substances or medical wastes. EE. Source Separation means the segregation, by the generator, of materials designated for separate collection for materials recovery or special handling. FF. Transfer Station means a facility utilized to receive solid wastes and to temporarily store, separate, convert, or otherwise process the materials in the solid wastes, and/or to transfer the solid wastes directly from smaller to larger vehicles or railroad trains for. Disposal means the process of disposing of Debris at a disposal facility. GG. Transformation means incineration, pyrolysis, distillation, gasification, or biological conversion other than composting. HH. "Waste management plan" or "WMP" means a completed form prepared and submitted by an applicant for any covered project approved by the city for the purpose of compliance with this chapter. The form is submitted when applying for a permit. II. "Waste management plan form part I" means the form on which an applicant for a large project shall provide information, including, but not limited to, the types and amounts of construction and demolition debris the applicant anticipates the project will generate and the expected diversion the applicant expects to achieve for that project. JJ. "Waste management plan form part II" means the form on which the applicant for a large project shall provide information, including, but not limited to, the name and address of the person to whom a deposit refund, if any, shall be issued, as well as documentary evidence in a form satisfactory to the WMP compliance official demonstrating the construction and demolition debris diversion the applicant achieved for the project. KK. Wood Waste means solid waste consisting of wood pieces or particles which are generated from the manufacturing or production of wood products, harvesting, processing or storage of raw wood materials, or construction or demolition activities. LL. "WMP compliance official" means the person designated by the city manager who is authorized and responsible for implementing this chapter. PART 2 - PRODUCTS A - Thresholds for covered projects.

1. Small Project. (a) New Construction. All new construction projects within the city, the total size of which is, or is projected to be, greater than or equal to two thousand five hundred square feet shall comply with all applicable provisions of this chapter. For the purposes of determining whether a project meets the foregoing threshold, all phases of a new construction project and all related projects taking place on a single or adjoining parcels, as determined by the WMP compliance official, shall be deemed a single project.

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(b) Renovation. All renovation projects within the city, the total size of which is, or is projected to be, greater than or equal to one thousand square feet shall comply with all applicable provisions of this chapter. For the purposes of determining whether a project meets the foregoing threshold, all phases of a renovation project and all related projects taking place on single or adjoining parcels, as determined by the WMP compliance official, shall be deemed a single project. (c) Demolition. All demolition projects within the city, the total size of which is, or is projected to be, greater than or equal to one thousand square feet shall comply with all applicable provisions of this chapter. For the purposes of determining whether a project meets the foregoing threshold, all phases of a renovation project and all related projects taking place on single or adjoining parcels, as determined by the WMP compliance official, shall be deemed a single project. (d) Roofing. All roofing projects within the city that include the tear-off of all or part of an existing roof shall comply with all applicable provisions of this chapter. 2. Large Project. All new construction, renovation, demolition, and roofing projects within the city, the total size of which is, or is projected to be, greater than or equal to ten thousand square feet shall comply with all applicable provisions of this chapter. For the purposes of determining whether a project meets the foregoing threshold, all phases of a large project and all related projects taking place on single or adjoining parcels, as determined by the WMP compliance official, shall be deemed a single project. No building, site development or demolition permit shall be issued for a large project unless and until the WMP compliance official has approved a WMP for the project. Compliance with the provisions of this chapter shall be listed as a condition of approval on any building, site development or demolition permit issued for a large project. 3. All public works projects shall be considered large projects for the purposes of this chapter. B. Diversion of construction and demolition debris. 1. For the purposes of this section, diversion of construction and demolition debris may be achieved by any of the following methods: (a) On-site reuse; (b) Acceptance of the construction and demolition debris by a recycling facility; or (c) Salvage, other donation or reuse of the construction and demolition debris acceptable to the WMP compliance official. 2. Construction and demolition Debris shall be measured by weight or by volume; whichever is most accurate and practicable. To the extent practicable, all construction and demolition Debris shall be weighed on a scale. 3. For construction and demolition debris that is weighed, the applicant shall use a scale that is in compliance with all federal, state, and local regulatory requirements for accuracy and maintenance of such scale. 4. For construction and demolition debris for which measurement by weight is not practicable, the applicant shall measure by volume and convert the volumetric measurements to weight using the city's conversion tables. C. Recycling facilities. Contractor is encouraged to divert at least fifty percent of all project-related construction and demolition Debris. D. Submission of waste management plan. 1. Applicants for permits for a large project shall complete and submit a waste management plan (WMP), on March 23, 2012 01 74 20-5 GROSSMONT HEALTHCARE DISTRICT CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION DEBRIS RECYCLING VOLUME 1 BID PACKAGE 005

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an approved WMP form, as part of the permit application packet. The completed WMP shall indicate all of the following: (a) The estimated total weight or volume of construction and demolition Debris generated by the project; (b) The means that the applicant proposes to use to divert construction and demolition Debris: (1) In describing the means of diversion of construction and demolition debris other than salvage/reuse, the applicant shall state the recycling facility that will be used, by material type, (2) In describing the means of diversion of construction and demolition debris proposed for salvage/reuse, the applicant shall state the quantity and means of reuse; (3) Acknowledgement of Responsibility. The WMP shall be signed by both the contractor and Owner indicating: (a) an understanding of consequences of not meeting the diversion requirement, and that (b) they are responsible for the actions of their subcontractors with regard to this diversion requirement. E. Review of waste management plan. 1. Deconstruction and Salvage. In preparing the WMP for demolition projects, applicants shall consider deconstruction, to the maximum extent feasible, and shall make the materials generated thereby available for salvage prior to demolition. Materials generated in this process shall be included in the amount of construction and demolition debris generated. 2. Approval. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, no building, demolition, or site development permits shall be issued for any large project, nor shall any demolition, construction or renovation take place on any large project, unless and until the WMP compliance official has approved the WMP. The WMP compliance official shall only approve a WMP if he or she first determines that all of the following conditions have been met: (a) The WMP provides all of the information set forth in Section 14.27.090 of this chapter; (b) The WMP indicates that at least the minimum diversion of all construction and demolition debris generated by the large project will be diverted; (c) If the WMP compliance official determines that these two conditions have been met, he or she shall mark the WMP "approved" and return a copy of the WMP to the applicant. 3. Non-approval. If the WMP compliance official determines that the WMP fails to: (1) list all construction and demolition materials to be generated; (2) indicate that at least the minimum diversion of all construction and demolition debris generated by the large project will be reused or recycled; or (3) to have both the contractor and owner signatures, he or she shall return the WMP to the applicant marked "denied," including a statement of reasons. PART 3 - EXECUTION Not used. END OF SECTION

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City of La Mesa CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION RECYCLING REPORT FORM (Projects 10,000 sq. feet or greater)
Are you aware that materials generated from your project can be recycled? According to the City of La Mesa, Ordinance No.14.27, you are required to recycle or reuse Designated Recyclables from your project, which includes but are not limited to dirt, concrete, asphalt, clean wood, etc. To assist in this effort, information is available on where to recycle construction debris. You must follow these guidelines in order to comply with this ordinance. Step 1: Before Project Begins Submit the required security deposit. Refer to the Citys Construction & Demolition Recycling and Reuse handout for deposit rates. Complete Part 1 of this form and identify debris that will be generated from demolition, construction, and/or renovation on the project work site. Step 2: While Project Progresses Save all tonnage receipts and/or documents from disposal sites (recycling centers and landfills) where materials were taken. Final review will not be conducted until documentation has been submitted to the City and approved. Step 3: Before Final Inspection Complete Part 2 of this form and submit receipts (original or photocopies) of your documentation verifying that all Designated Recyclables have been reused or diverted for beneficial reuse to recycling/processing facilities.

City of La Mesa Construction & Demolition Debris Management Report PART 1


Project Location (Address and Cross Street):___________________________________________________ Building Type (e.g. Single Family Residential): ____________________ Project Cost: $___________________________ Square footage: _____________

Performance Security: $___________________________

Type of Project (check all that apply): o New Construction o Demolition o Renovation o Re-roof o Other: ________________________________________________________________________________ Applicant Name: Phone: ______________________________

Mailing Address: _________________________________________________________________________ Contacted Citys Franchise Waste Haulers for this Project Yes______No_______ Expected project start date: _________________ Expected project completion date: _________________

Expected Debris (check all that apply): _____ Asphalt/Concrete _____ Brick/Masonry Tile _____ Doors, Windows, Cabinets, Fixtures _____ Glass _____ Metals _____ Soil _____ Wood _____Roofing Materials _____ Mixed Loads (i.e. trash, plastic, packaging, etc.) _____

Other:______________________________

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City of La Mesa Construction & Demolition Debris Management Report PART 2A


Submit PART 2A & 2B with tonnage and recycling receipts, and other recycling verification prior to final inspection. Project Location (Address and Cross Street): _________________________________________________ Date: ________________ The total waste generated by this project (Tons): ____________________________________________________________________ The diversion rate for this project (Total Amount Recycled divided by Total Amount Generated): _____________________________ Material Type Asphalt/Concrete Brick/Masonry Tile Doors, Windows, Cabinets, Fixtures Glass Metals Soil Wood Mixed Loads (i.e. trash, plastic, packaging, etc.) Other: Total Amount (Tons): Amount Generated (Tons): Amount Recycled (Tons): Amount Disposed (Tons): Vendor or Facility (company name and address) Date Disposed

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City of La Mesa Construction & Demolition Debris Management Report PART 2B Certification Form for Final Report
Project Location (Address and Cross Street): __________________________________________________Date: ________________ Demolition start date: ________________ Demolition end date: ________________ Construction end date: ________________

Construction start date: ________________

Specify the method used to determine the volumes and weights*, and certification that the method used was the most accurate, commercially reasonable method available. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ If no materials were recycled or reused, explain why: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ CERTIFICATION I hereby certify that I have read and state that the information reported in this Construction & Demolition Debris Management Report is correct. Applicant Signature and Date: ___________________________________________________________________________________

* Use the following conversion factors and receipts from previous projects to calculate the amount of recyclable materials and waste generated by your project.

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Conversion Rates
Material Wood Cardboard Drywall Concrete/Asphalt Mixed Waste Lbs./cy 300 lbs./cu.yd. 100 lbs./cy.yd. 500 lbs./cu.yd. 4000 lbs./cu.yd. 350 lbs./cu.yd. Tons/cy 0.15 tons/cu.yd. 0.05 tons/cu.yd. 0.25 tons/cu.yd. 2.0 tons/cu.yd. 0.175 tons/cu.yd. Cy/ton 6.7 cu yds/ton 20 cu yds/ton 4 cu.yds/ton 0.5 cu. yds/ton 5.7 cu.yds/ton

Source: Resource Efficient Building (1994), Metro Solid Waste Department, Portland, Oregon Dan Copp Crushing, Inc. (2000) ______________________________________________________________________________