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SALVAGE, PRESERVE & PROTECT

DIVISION 1 - GENERAL REQUIREMENTS SECTION 01351 01730 01732 SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR HISTORIC TREATMENT CUTTING AND PATCHING SELECTIVE DEMOLITION

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SECTION 01351 - SPECIAL PROCEDURES FOR HISTORIC TREATMENT PART 1 - GENERAL 1.1 A. 1.2 A. RELATED DOCUMENTS Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, apply to this Section. SUMMARY This Section includes special procedures for historic treatment on Project including, but not limited to, the following: 1. 2. B. Storage and protection of existing historic materials. Temporary protection of historic materials during removal and salvage.

Related Sections include the following: 1. Division 1 Section "Selective Demolition" for removal of salvaged items.

1.3 A.

DEFINITIONS "Preservation": To apply measures necessary to sustain the existing form, integrity, and materials of a historic property. Work may include preliminary measures to protect and stabilize the property. "Restoration": To accurately depict the form, features, and character of a property as it appeared at a particular period of time by means of the removal of features from other periods in its history and the reconstruction of missing features from the restoration period. "Stabilize": To apply measures designed to reestablish a weather-resistant enclosure and the structural reinforcement of an item or portion of the building while maintaining the essential form as it exists at present. "Protect and Maintain": To install protective measures such as temporary guards; to provide the least degree of intervention. "Remove": To detach items from existing construction and legally dispose of them offsite unless indicated to be removed and salvaged. "Remove and Salvage": To detach items from existing construction and deliver them to Owner ready for reuse. "Existing to Remain" or "Retain": Existing items of construction that are not to be removed and that are not otherwise indicated to be removed and salvaged.

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Historic Treatment Program: Submit a written plan for each phase or process including protection of surrounding materials during operations. Describe in detail materials, methods, and equipment to be used for each phase of work. Alternative Methods and Materials: If alternative methods and materials to those indicated are proposed for any phase of work, provide a written description including evidence of successful use on other, comparable projects, and program of testing to demonstrate effectiveness for use on this Project. Qualification Data: For historic treatment specialists and supervisory personnel. Include list of completed projects with the scope of work and budget for each. QUALITY ASSURANCE Historic Treatment Specialist Qualifications: A firm that employs personnel, including supervisory personnel, experienced and skilled in the processes and operations indicated. Historic Treatment Preconstruction Conference: Conduct conference at Project site to record procedures established as a result of the review and distribute to affected parties.

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1.6 A.

STORAGE AND PROTECTION OF HISTORIC MATERIALS Removed and Salvaged Historic Materials: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Clean salvaged historic items. Pack or crate items after cleaning. Identify contents of containers. Store items in a secure area until delivery to Owner. Transport items to Owner's storage area off-site designated by Owner. Protect items from damage during transport and storage. Do not dispose of items removed from existing construction without prior written consent of Owner.

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Existing Historic Materials to Remain: Protect construction indicated to remain against damage. When permitted by Architect, items may be removed to a suitable, protected storage location during historic treatment and cleaned and reinstalled in their original locations after historic treatment operations are complete. Storage and Protection: When removed from their existing location, store historic materials within a weathertight enclosure where they are protected from wetting by rain, snow, or ground water, and temperature variations. Secure stored materials to protect from theft. 1. Identify removed items with an inconspicuous mark indicating their original location.

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Ensure that supervisory personnel are present when work begins and during its progress. Temporary Protection of Historic Materials during Construction: 1. 2. Protect existing materials during installation of temporary protections and construction. Do not deface or remove existing materials. Attachments of temporary protection to existing construction shall be approved by Architect prior to installation.

3.2 A. B.

HISTORIC TREATMENT PROCEDURES Prohibit smoking by personnel performing work on or near historic structures. Where Work requires existing features to be removed, cleaned, and reused, perform these operations without damage to the material itself, to adjacent materials, or to the substrate.

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SECTION 01730 CUTTING AND PATCHING PART I 1.01 GENERAL

REQUIREMENTS INCLUDED: A. B. Requirements and limitations for cutting and patching of Work included in selective demolition work. Cutting and patching incidental to work of the Section. 1. Limitations on cutting structural members.

1.02

SUBMITTALS: A. Written request in advance of cutting or alteration which affects: 1. 2. 3. 4. B. Structural integrity of any element of Project. Integrity of weather-exposed or moisture-resistant elements. Efficiency, maintenance, or safety of any operational element. Visual qualities of sight-exposed elements including all woodwork and decorative plaster.

Include in request: 1. Identification of Project. 2. Location and description of affected Work. 3. Necessity for cutting or alteration. 4. Description of proposed work, and products to be used. 5. Alternatives to cutting and patching. 6. Effect of work of Owner or separate contractor. 7. Written permission of affected subcontractor. 8. Date and time work will be executed. All approvals for cutting and patching or drilling of structural elements must be obtained from the Architect in writing prior to commencing work. PRODUCTS

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MATERIALS: A. B. Those required for original installation. For any change in materials, submit request for substitution. EXECUTION

PART 3 3.01

GENERAL: A. Execute cutting and patching to complete Work, and to: 1. 2. Remove samples of installed work for testing. Remove and replace defective and non-conforming work.

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INSPECTION: A. B. C. Inspect existing conditions, including elements subject to damage or movement during cutting and patching. After uncovering, inspect conditions affecting performance or work. Beginning of cutting or patching means acceptance of existing conditions.

3.03

PREPARATION: A. B. Provide supports to assure structural integrity of surroundings; devices and methods to protect other portions of Project from damage. Provide protection from elements for areas that may be exposed by uncovering work.

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PERFORMANCE: A. Execute work by methods that avoid damage to other work, and which will provide proper surfaces to receive patching and finishing. 1 In general, use hand or small power tools designed for sawing and grinding, not hammering and chopping. Cut holes and slots as small as possible, neatly to size required, and with minimum disturbance of adjacent surfaces. Temporarily cover openings when not in use. Existing Finished Surfaces: Cut or drill from the exposed or finished side into concealed surfaces. Cut concrete and masonry using a cutting machine, such as an abrasive saw or a diamond-core drill. Mechanical and electrical services: 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 cutting.

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Cut rigid materials using masonry saw or core drill. Pneumatic tools not allowed without prior written approval of the project Architect/Engineer. At penetrations of fire-rated wall, ceiling, or floor construction, completely seal voids with fire-rated, fire-resistant material, full thickness of the construction element.

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SECTION 01732 SELECTIVE DEMOLITION PART I 1.01 A. GENERAL SUMMARY: Furnish all labor, materials, tools, equipment and services necessary for and reasonably incidental to complete the selective demolition work as shown on the drawings or specified. 1. 2. B. C. All selective demolition of historic fabric work shall be performed only by trained and experienced workmen skilled in removal of such materials. Refer to Drawings for general location of historic material to be protected.

Work includes salvage of existing materials for reinstallation or turn-over to Owner and Preserve and Protect Work as shown on the Drawings. Historic Preservation: I The existing building is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Existing character defining or historic materials to be preserved are significant and shall be protected in place. Character defining features to be salvaged for reuse are to be carefully removed, and protected during storage. 2. Refer to Section 01351. Preservation and Protected Items: Refer to Drawings for location, and quantities of work under this category. Salvage and Protection Items: Refer to Drawings for location, and quantities of work under this category. Hazardous materials identification removal is not included in the scope of selective demolition.

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1.02

DEFINITIONS: A. Refer to Section 01351.

1.03

SUBMITTALS: A. Photographs, sufficiently detailed, of existing conditions of adjoining construction that might be misconstrued as damage caused by removal and salvage operations.

1.04

PROTECTION: A. B. Do not interfere with use of project and surrounding buildings. Maintain free and safe passage to and from. Protect all public and private property adjacent to and on the job site and including all platforms, vents, utility lines, streets, sidewalks, light standards, hydrants, street signs, mail and fire alarm boxes, and make all repairs necessitated by reason of, or in the course of, operations under this contract to the complete satisfaction of the Owner of the damaged property. 01732 1 of 3

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If safety of structure appears to be endangered, cease operations and notify the Architect and the Owner immediately. Take precautions to properly support structures. Do not resume operations until safety is restored. Provide and maintain temporary protection of the existing structure to remain where removal and salvage work is being done, connections made, materials handled, or equipment moved. Do not close or obstruct walkways, or driveways, except as otherwise shown, without the authorization of the Owner and the District of Columbia Government. Do not store or place materials in walkways, driveways or other means of egress. Provide adequate fire protection in accordance with the District of Columbia Fire Department requirements.

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REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS: A. Perform removal and salvage work in accordance with applicable rules, regulations, codes, and ordinances of the District of Columbia and Federal authorities, including OSHA and EPA, and in accordance with the requirements of Public Utility Corporations having jurisdiction over the work. Obtain and pay for all necessary permits, licenses-and certificates and give all notices as required during the performance of the demolition work. ANSI A 10.6, "Safety Requirements for Demolition" shall govern except as otherwise modified herein. Where the requirements specified herein or contained in the ANSI Standard differ from other applicable rules, regulations, and codes, the more stringent requirements shall govern the work under this contract. Observe the Secretary of the Interior's "Standards for Rehabilitation".

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PART 2 2.01 A.

PRODUCTS MATERIALS: Materials and items removed and not designated to become property of the Owner or other agency as well as all debris, rubbish and other materials resulting from demolition operations in excess of that used for fill shall become the property of the Contractor and shall be removed from the Owner's property. Storage or sale of Contractor's materials will not be permitted on the site.

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Prior to the start of removal and salvage, inspect the site conditions and verify all governing dimensions at the premises and all adjoining work on which this work is in any way dependent. Notify the Architect of any discrepancies before proceeding with the work.

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SELECTIVE DEMOLITION: A. B. Perform removal and salvage in accordance with the requirements of the applicable authorities having jurisdiction. Take precautions to guard against movement, settlement or collapse of any surrounding construction, including walls and paved areas designated to remain and be liable for any such movement, settlement or collapse. Where shown on the drawings and/or as necessary, install temporary shores, struts or bracing. Do not commence removal and salvage work until all temporary construction is complete. The extent of removal and salvage work is as shown on the drawings. Removal and salvage performed in excess of that required shall be repaired at the Contractor's expense to the satisfaction of the Architect and the Owner. Burning of materials on the premises is not permitted. Where existing floor and wall finish materials are removed, include removal of mastics, setting beds and adhesives to provide clean bondable surface. All debris and materials shall be disposed of offsite in a legal manner and facility.

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CLEANING UP: A. Upon completion of all work under this section, remove all tools, materials, apparatus and rubbish of any sort. The premises shall be left clean. Remove all debris in excess of that required to grade the site.

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PRESERVE AND PROTECT NOTES: PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PRESERVE WAINSCOT AND BASE BOARD MOLDINGS PRESERVE PLASTER CROWN MOLDING PRESERVE WINDOW AND WINDOW TRIM PRESERVE DOOR, HARDWARE, AND FRAME PP9 PRESERVE AND PROTECT IRON BALUSTRADE. PP10 PRESERVE AND PROTECT WOOD PANELING. PRESERVE AND PROTECT EXISTING FLAGPOLE. PP6 PP7 PP8 PRESERVE AND PROTECT FIREPLACE, MANTEL, AND HEARTH. PRESERVE CABINETRY AND/OR SHELVES. PRESERVE AND PROTECT ADJACENT WAINSCOT, TRIM, AND BASE TO BE INCORPORATED INTO NEW FINISH

SALVAGE NOTES: S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 SALVAGE DOOR, FRAME, TRIM, AND HARDWARE FOR RE-USE SALVAGE WAINSCOT, BASEBOARD, AND FLOOR MOLDING FOR RE-USE SALVAGE WALL TRIM, ARCH, PEDIMENT, AND PLINTH FOR RE-USE S8 SALVAGE BASE BOARDS AND FLOOR TRIM FOR RE-USE S9 SALVAGE CORNER CABINET FOR RE-LOCATION SALVAGE RADIATOR COVERS FOR REUSE SALVAGE IRON GATE AND BALUSTRADE S6 S7 SALVAGE CABINET FOR RE-LOCATION SALVAGE WOOD BENCH FOR REUSE

GENERAL NOTES: 1. SALVAGE, PRESERVE, AND PROTECT DOCUMENTS CONTAIN DEMOLITION INFORMATION FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. DO NOT DEMOLISH ANY INDICATED WALLS, CEILINGS, FLOORS, STAIRS, OR OTHER ITEMS UNLESS INDICATED. 2. SALVAGED DOORS TO BE NUMBERED FOR FUTURE USE. NUMBER PER SPP PACKAGE. 3. SALVAGED ITEMS TO BE RE-LOCATED OFF-SITE. LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED BY OWNER/OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE.

GEORGETOWN LIBRARY
3260 R Street,NW WASHINGTON, DC

Client DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC LIBRARY 901 G Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20001 Architect MARTINEZ & JOHNSON | ARCHITECTURE 1238 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 302 Washington, D.C. 20007 202.333.4480

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THESE DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS, (COLLECTIVELY, THE "DOCUMENTS") INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ELECTRONIC VERSIONS THEREOF AND THE IDEAS, DESIGNS, AND ARRANGEMENTS REPRESENTED THEREBY, ARE AND SHALL REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF MARTINEZ & JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE PC, AS DEFINED BY APPLICABLE CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS ("THE AGREEMENTS") AND AS PROTECTED BY THE COPYRIGHT STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY WERE PREPARED AND DEVELOPED ("THE PROJECT") PER THE TERMS OF THE AGREEMENTS. NO PART OF THE DOCUMENTS SHALL BE COPIED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER WORK OR PROJECT, OR BY ANY OTHER PERSONS FOR ANY PURPOSES, OTHER THAN THE COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT, WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF MARTINEZ & JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE PC. THE DOWNLOADING, OPENING, OR VIEWING OF ELECTRONIC VERSIONS OF THE DOCUMENTS OR VISUAL CONTACT WITH ANY PRINTED FORM THEREOF SHALL CONSTITUTE CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE OF ACCEPTANCE OF THESE RESTRICTIONS.

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PRESERVE AND PROTECT NOTES: PP1 PP2 PP3 PP4 PP5 PRESERVE WAINSCOT AND BASE BOARD MOLDINGS PRESERVE PLASTER CROWN MOLDING PRESERVE WINDOW AND WINDOW TRIM PRESERVE DOOR, HARDWARE, AND FRAME PP9 PRESERVE AND PROTECT IRON BALUSTRADE. PP10 PRESERVE AND PROTECT WOOD PANELING. PRESERVE AND PROTECT EXISTING FLAGPOLE. PP6 PP7 PP8 PRESERVE AND PROTECT FIREPLACE, MANTEL, AND HEARTH. PRESERVE CABINETRY AND/OR SHELVES. PRESERVE AND PROTECT ADJACENT WAINSCOT, TRIM, AND BASE TO BE INCORPORATED INTO NEW FINISH

SALVAGE NOTES: S1 S2 S3 S4 S5 SALVAGE DOOR, FRAME, TRIM, AND HARDWARE FOR RE-USE SALVAGE WAINSCOT, BASEBOARD, AND FLOOR MOLDING FOR RE-USE SALVAGE WALL TRIM, ARCH, PEDIMENT, AND PLINTH FOR RE-USE S8 SALVAGE BASE BOARDS AND FLOOR TRIM FOR RE-USE S9 SALVAGE CORNER CABINET FOR RE-LOCATION SALVAGE RADIATOR COVERS FOR REUSE SALVAGE IRON GATE AND BALUSTRADE S6 S7 SALVAGE CABINET FOR RE-LOCATION SALVAGE WOOD BENCH FOR REUSE

GENERAL NOTES: 1. SALVAGE, PRESERVE, AND PROTECT DOCUMENTS CONTAIN DEMOLITION INFORMATION FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. DO NOT DEMOLISH ANY INDICATED WALLS, CEILINGS, FLOORS, STAIRS, OR OTHER ITEMS UNLESS INDICATED. 2. SALVAGED DOORS TO BE NUMBERED FOR FUTURE USE. NUMBER PER SPP PACKAGE. 3. SALVAGED ITEMS TO BE RE-LOCATED OFF-SITE. LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED BY OWNER/OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE.

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Client DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC LIBRARY 901 G Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20001 Architect MARTINEZ & JOHNSON | ARCHITECTURE 1238 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Suite 302 Washington, D.C. 20007 202.333.4480

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THESE DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND OTHER DOCUMENTS, (COLLECTIVELY, THE "DOCUMENTS") INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ELECTRONIC VERSIONS THEREOF AND THE IDEAS, DESIGNS, AND ARRANGEMENTS REPRESENTED THEREBY, ARE AND SHALL REMAIN THE PROPERTY OF MARTINEZ & JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE PC, AS DEFINED BY APPLICABLE CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS ("THE AGREEMENTS") AND AS PROTECTED BY THE COPYRIGHT STATUTES OF THE UNITED STATES. USE OF THE DOCUMENTS SHALL BE STRICTLY LIMITED TO THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY WERE PREPARED AND DEVELOPED ("THE PROJECT") PER THE TERMS OF THE AGREEMENTS. NO PART OF THE DOCUMENTS SHALL BE COPIED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER WORK OR PROJECT, OR BY ANY OTHER PERSONS FOR ANY PURPOSES, OTHER THAN THE COMPLETION OF THE PROJECT, WITHOUT THE SPECIFIC WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION OF MARTINEZ & JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE PC. THE DOWNLOADING, OPENING, OR VIEWING OF ELECTRONIC VERSIONS OF THE DOCUMENTS OR VISUAL CONTACT WITH ANY PRINTED FORM THEREOF SHALL CONSTITUTE CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE OF ACCEPTANCE OF THESE RESTRICTIONS.

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SCOPE OF WORK – HISTORIC MATERIAL SALVAGE & PROTECTION
DEFINITION OF PROJECT AREA: The Scope of Work includes the planning, cataloguing and dismantling and storage of identified historic materials, later to be refinished and reinstalled, and the temporary protection of historic materials to remain in place during construction activities of the Georgetown Neighborhood Library which is located at 3260 R Street, NW, Washington, DC. SALVAGE, PRESERVE & PROTECT During the period of this work, contractor agrees that all employees must be experienced in such a performance. Contractor shall locate and clearly flag doors to remain or to be relocated. Contractor is required to provide pre-existing surveying (photographs or video) taping). Contractor shall perform careful removal and disposition of materials specified to be salvaged and protection of property which is to remain undisturbed. Contractor shall coordinate this work with other work in progress. The Contractors agree to use their best actions to salvage, protect and preserve the property. Where the property is to be taken the Contractor shall take the property to a place of safety. While performing the salvage services the Contractors shall also use their best deeds to prevent or minimize damage to the environment. Contractor will be responsible for protection of the removed material for the duration of the project. Aforementioned materials must be kept in a climate control environment at all times. Contractor shall protect existing adjacent facilities, structures and site improvements to remain including but not limited to asphalt, brick and bluestone paving, during this remediation scope contract and restore damaged improvements to their original condition or better as required by drawings and

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specifications. Additionally Contractor shall survey the site and examine the Drawings and Specifications to determine the extent of the work. The Contractor shall ensure that no elements determined to be unstable are left unsupported once salvaged material is removed. Salvageable materials shall be protected from the weather at all times. In other words Contractor must maintain the integrity of the property moved from the site at all time. Contractor shall provide copies of salvage documentation and cataloguing lists of materials to CM and Architect for their use. Contractor shall remove and transport debris resulting from demolition operations and materials later determined not to be reused to a legal off site disposal area. Recyclable materials shall be separated and stored or stockpiled without intermixing with other surplus materials before transporting to recycling facilities. Only those items specifically shown to be removed shall be removed without prior approval of the Architect. In the area where proposed protection and/or removal may conflict with existing utilities, Contractor shall take all necessary precautions to avoid damage to said utilities. A detailed work plan and schedule showing means and methods to be used in this package will be provided by the Contractor with the proposal.

It is Contractor’s responsibility to read the Hazardous Materials Survey Report for Georgetown Neighborhood Library including addendum to this report dated August 20, 2008. EXCLUDED ACTIVITIES The following work although identified in the specifications may not be applicable to this scope of work and the scope of this contract shall be assumed to be modified as described in italics: a. Refinishing and reinstallation of salvaged material. b. Removal of protection materials from the project.

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Contractor shall conduct a pre-installation conference at the project site with Owner and/or Owner’s Representative, the Architect to review the contractor’s protection and salvage plan once submitted prior to approval. Contractor shall name Client and Owner as Additional Insured on its Liability Insurance Policies and will provide adequate levels of liability insurance as required by the Contract.

CONTRACTOR SUBMITTALS AND EVALUATION CRITERIA Potential Contractors shall submit proposals detailing their proposed means and methods for the Salvage, Preserve and Protection of the Georgetown Library. Proposals shall list Total Proposed Costs as well as break-out costs for overhead, profit and general requirements in a not-to-exceed amount for the Contract. Contractors will provide evidence of their experience with similar projects as well as references who may be contacted by the Client. The Client will select a Contractor based on the quality of the submittals, the experience of the Contractor, and the amount of the not-to-exceed price. Client reserves the right to determine an optimum solution based on the combination of the factors listed above. SCHEDULE The contractor agrees that time of performance is of the essence of the contract and agree to commence and pursue the work diligently. Bidders shall perform all tasks in accordance with the milestone schedule outlined in Attachment D. All bids must be based on strict adherence to the requirements of this IFB, including the milestone schedule.

Attachment D – Project Milestones

Key Milestone Pre-Construction Submittals Mobilization Work Completion Complete Demobilization

Calendar Days after Notice to Proceed 15 21 50 55

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