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SCOPE OF WORK

New Residential Group Homes
Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
Marlboro, Monmouth County, N.J.

PROJECT NO. M1461-00
STATE OF NEW JERSEY
Honorable Chris Christie, Governor
Honorable Kim Guadagno, Lt. Governor
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
Andrew P. Sidamon-Eristoff, Treasurer

DIVISION OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION
Steven Sutkin, Director

Date: June 9, 2014

Document Format Revision (6/10/13)

PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes
PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
PROJECT NO: M1461-00
DATE: June 9, 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION

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I.

OBJECTIVE .......................................................................................... 7

II.

CONSULTANT QUALIFICATIONS ................................................ 7

A.

CONSULTANT & SUB-CONSULTANT PRE-QUALIFICATIONS .......................................... 7

III.

PROJECT BUDGET ............................................................................ 7

A.
B.
C.
D.

CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE (CCE) .............................................................................. 7
CURRENT WORKING ESTIMATE (CWE) ................................................................................ 7
COST ESTIMATING ..................................................................................................................... 8
CONSULTANT’S FEES ................................................................................................................ 8

IV.

PROJECT SCHEDULE ....................................................................... 8

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B.
C.
D.
E.

SCOPE OF WORK DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE ............................................... 8
CONSULTANT’S PROPOSED DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE ........................... 9
CONSULTANT DESIGN SCHEDULE ........................................................................................ 9
BID DOCUMENT CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE .................................................................. 10
CONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE ................................................ 10

V.

PROJECT SITE LOCATION & TEAM MEMBERS .................... 11

A.
B.

PROJECT SITE ADDRESS ......................................................................................................... 11
PROJECT TEAM MEMBER DIRECTORY ............................................................................... 11

VI.

PROJECT DEFINITION ................................................................... 11

A.
B.

BACKGROUND .......................................................................................................................... 11
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDING ............................................................... 12

VII. CONSULTANT DESIGN RESPONSIBILITIES ............................ 12
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GROUP HOMES .......................................................................................................................... 12
Kitchen ...................................................................................................................................... 13
Dining Area ............................................................................................................................... 13
Bedrooms .................................................................................................................................. 13
Bathrooms ................................................................................................................................. 13
Sitting Areas.............................................................................................................................. 13
Staff Space ................................................................................................................................ 13
Outdoor Space ........................................................................................................................... 13
Garage ....................................................................................................................................... 13
Security ..................................................................................................................................... 13

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PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes
PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
PROJECT NO: M1461-00
DATE: June 9, 2014

10.
HVAC Systems ..................................................................................................................... 14
11.
Fire Detection/Alarm System ............................................................................................... 14
12.
Fire Suppressions System ..................................................................................................... 14
B. MEDICAL EQUIPMENT ............................................................................................................ 14
1. Oxygen System ......................................................................................................................... 14
2. Vacuum System ........................................................................................................................ 14
C. SITE WORK ................................................................................................................................. 14
1. Proposed Group Home Locations ............................................................................................. 14
2. Parking & Driveway ................................................................................................................. 15
3. Fencing...................................................................................................................................... 15
4. Landscaping .............................................................................................................................. 15
5. Walkways and Sidewalks ......................................................................................................... 15
D. SITE GEOTECHNICAL .............................................................................................................. 15
1. Soils Analysis: .......................................................................................................................... 15
2. Soils Contamination:................................................................................................................. 16
E. SITE SURVEYS ........................................................................................................................... 16
1. Limited Survey Area ................................................................................................................. 16
2. Boundary Survey: ..................................................................................................................... 16
3. Site Survey: ............................................................................................................................... 16
4. Site Survey Drawing: ................................................................................................................ 16
5. Topographic Survey: ................................................................................................................. 17
6. Topographic Survey Drawing: .................................................................................................. 17
7. Wetlands: .................................................................................................................................. 17
F. SITE SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL ............................................................... 17
G. UTILITIES .................................................................................................................................... 17
1. Underground Utilities: .............................................................................................................. 18
2. Water Service ............................................................................................................................ 18
3. Sewer Service............................................................................................................................ 18
4. Electric Service ......................................................................................................................... 18
5. Gas Service ............................................................................................................................... 18
6. Phone Service............................................................................................................................ 18
7. Cable TV Service ...................................................................................................................... 19
H. EMERGENCY ELECTRIC POWER........................................................................................... 19
I. PLANNING BOARD REVIEW................................................................................................... 19
J. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT ......................................................................................... 19
K. FINE ARTS INCLUSION ............................................................................................................ 20
L. GENERAL DESIGN OVERVIEW .............................................................................................. 20
1. Design Detail: ........................................................................................................................... 20
2. Specification Format: ................................................................................................................ 21
3. Construction Cost Estimates: .................................................................................................... 21
M.
PROJECT COMMENCEMENT .............................................................................................. 21
1. Project Directory: ...................................................................................................................... 21
2. Site Access: ............................................................................................................................... 22

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.................... Site Location Map: ..................................... 23 N........................................... 32 1................................. 32 PAGE 4 .......................................................................... Testing: ................................................................................................................................................................. DESIGN MEETINGS & PRESENTATIONS.................. SUB-CONSULTANT PARTICIPATION........................................................... 23 2.................................................. As-Built & Record Set Drawings: ........................................... 24 1.......................................................................................................................................... CONSTRUCTION SITE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES ..... Schedules: .............. 27 F.............................................................. DRAWINGS ....................................... 25 2............... 28 2................................................... 23 O............................................................... GENERAL CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW .................................. 32 2.......................... CLOSE-OUT DOCUMENTS ..... 31 K.............. 4............................................... Design Presentations: ................................... MANUALS AND ATTIC STOCK ................... Meetings:............... BUILDING & SITE INFORMATION .................................... 22 Scope of Work: ................. Performance: ............................ 24 PRE-BID MEETING ........... Letter of Recommendation: ............................................................................. D............................ 22 Project Schedule: .................. Project Coordination: ...................................................................... 31 N.......... Substitutions:............ 26 5... 25 BID OPENING ................................................................. CLOSE-OUT ACTIVITY TIME ......................................................................................... 28 3.................................................... Review Meeting: ...................................................................................................... DIRECTOR’S HEARING ................................................................................................................... 31 M................ CONSULTANT CONSTRUCTION RESPONSIBILITIES ............................................................................ 27 6. C................................................... 26 3............................................ 28 G.................................................. 29 I................................................................................................................................... 27 E.............................................................................................. 27 7..................................... 24 VIII...... 31 L.................. CONSTRUCTION JOB MEETINGS............... 26 4................. 25 POST BID REVIEW MEETING.......... Submittal Log: ................................................................................................... 23 4................................... TESTING............ 23 3........................... 28 1............................................................................. 30 1............................................................................................. LOGS ....................................................................... 30 2............................. Design Meetings: ...... Shop Drawings: ........ INSPECTIONS: SUBSTANTIAL & FINAL COMPLETION ........ 5........................ B...................................................................... 24 2............................................................................... Building Classification: ................................ 30 J................. 24 A........................................................................................ Schedule: .................................. Operation & Maintenance Manuals: ................................. 23 1......PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9........................................ RECOMMENDATION FOR AWARD ... 2014 3............... SCHEDULES............................. 25 1............... 22 Existing Documentation: .......................... Building Site Plan: .................................................................................................................. Building Block & Lot Number: .............................................. 6.................................................................................................... Post Bid Review:............................................................... TRAINING.......................................................... 32 3........................................................................................................................................................................... Training: ..................................................................................................... 29 H................................................................................. CONSTRUCTION DEFICIENCY LIST ............................................. Conformed Drawings: .......................................................................................

............................................................................................................................. 41 SITE GEOTECHNICAL ALLOWANCE ....................... 38 H........ 41 ONSITE SEPTIC SYSTEM ALLOWANCE ...................................................................... 38 1...................................................................... B................................................................................................... 38 F........................................................... SPECIAL INSPECTIONS ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 36 Other Regulatory Agency Permits..................................................................................... 41 WATER SERVICE ALLOWANCE .......... 40 XI... 2..................................................................................................................................................... 3.................................................................. B...................... 1......................... D....... BARRIER FREE REQUIREMENTS......... 33 O............................................... 38 2.. MANDATORY NOTIFICATIONS ..................................................................................................................... and Approvals: ...................................................... PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM.......................................................................... 37 B............................................PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.......................... PERMITS & APPROVALS ...... 3.................... Time Extension: .................. MULTI-BUILDING OR MULTI-SITE PERMITS .......................... 41 Consultant Fee: ...... C.................. 39 ERRORS AND OMISSIONS ................... GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ..................................... 42 PAGE 5 ....... 2........................... Certificates..................................................................................................... Attic Stock: ............................... CHANGE ORDERS .................................................................................. 34 4......................................... 40 Applications: .................................. 40 Permit Costs: ................................................................................................................................................................................. 37 C......... 38 E... 37 D...................... Consultant Fee: .. 35 IX..................................... 35 9........................................................................ 40 A................................................. 36 A............. 34 5............................... Meetings:....................... 2014 4............................................................................................................................. 33 3................................ 4................................ PERMIT MEETINGS ............... PERMIT FEE ALLOWANCE ................................................ 35 7......... C........................................ Code Review: .................................................................................................................................................................................... SCOPE CHANGES ...................................................................................................... 33 2.......... Responsibilities: ............................................................... Special Inspections: .......... 39 3....................................................... Consultant: ........................................................................................................... 33 1.................................................................................................... 39 1.................................... X.......................................................................................................... STATE INSURANCE APPROVAL ........................................... 39 A................... 40 ENERGY INCENTIVE PROGRAM ....... REGULATORY AGENCY PERMITS ................................... Recommendation for Award: .................... ALLOWANCES ............... 40 Permits: ........ Definition: .................................... 35 8....................................................................... 36 Prior Approval Certification Letters: ............................................................................................ 34 6................................. 38 G............................................... 36 NJ Uniform Construction Code Permit: ................ Contractor: ................................................................................. Cost Estimate: ......................................... Submission: ........................................................................

..................... 42 A......................................................... SOW SIGNATURE APPROVAL SHEET ................................................................................... D................................................................. C................................................ 43 XIII....................................... 43 SINGLE-PRIME CONTRACT ...................................... Sample Project Schedule Format Project Location Map Site Plan – Proposed Location of Group Homes PAGE 6 ................ B................ 42 PROJECT DOCUMENT BOOKLET ................................................... B...... 43 DESIGN DOCUMENT CHANGES .............. 42 CATALOG CUTS .............. E........................................................ CONTRACT DELIVERABLES .PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9..... FINE ARTS INCLUSION ALLOWANCE............................................. 44 XIV............................................. C.......................... 45 XV. CONTRACT DELIVERABLES ................ 2014 E......................................... 42 XII...... EXHIBITS ......................................................... 54 A................................................ SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS .....................

CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATE (CCE) The initial Construction Cost Estimate (CCE) for this project is $ 3. CONSULTANT & SUB-CONSULTANT PRE-QUALIFICATIONS The Consultant shall be a firm pre-qualified with the Division of Property Management & Construction (DPMC) in the P001 Architectural Professional Discipline and have in-house capabilities or Sub-Consultants pre-qualified with DPMC in the following professional disciplines: • • • • • P002 Electrical Engineering P003 HVAC Engineering P004 Plumbing Engineering P005 Civil Engineering P025 Estimating/Cost Analysis III. permitting and administrative fees.600. PAGE 7 . 2014 I. CURRENT WORKING ESTIMATE (CWE) The Current Working Estimate (CWE) for this project is $ 4. OBJECTIVE The objective of this project is to construct two group homes on the grounds of the former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital. Each group home will house 6 medically involved developmentally disabled residents.400. PROJECT BUDGET A.558. The Consultant shall review this Scope of Work and provide a narrative evaluation and analysis of the accuracy of the proposed project CCE in their technical proposal based on their professional experience and opinion. B.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. CONSULTANT QUALIFICATIONS A. II.000. The CWE includes the construction cost estimate and all consulting.

the Consultant or Sub-Consultant providing the estimate must be pre-qualified with DPMC in the P025 Estimating/Cost Analysis Specialty Discipline. All cost estimates must be submitted on a DPMC-38 Project Cost Analysis form at each design phase of the project with a detailed construction cost analysis in CSI format (2004 Edition) for all appropriate divisions and sub-divisions. and must be included as part of the CWE. and inflation factors based on the year in which the work is to be performed. Program Phase • Project Team & DPMC Plan/Code Unit Review & Comment PAGE 8 35 14 . etc. if the CCE is $750. CONSULTANT’S FEES The construction cost estimate for this project shall not be used as a basis for the Consultant’s design and construction administration fees.000. IV. temporary swing space. the estimate may be prepared by the Consultant’s inhouse staff or their Sub-Consultant’s staff during each design phase of the project. premium time. location of work within the building. PROJECT PHASE ESTIMATED DURATION (Calendar Days) 1. C. However. The Consultant’s fees shall be based on the information contained in this Scope of Work document and the observations made and/or the additional information received during the pre-proposal meeting. This cost analysis must be submitted for all projects regardless of the Construction Cost Estimate amount. 2014 The CWE is the Client Agency’s financial budget based on this project Scope of Work and shall not be exceeded during the design and construction phases of the project unless DPMC approves the change in Scope of Work through a Contract amendment.000 or larger. site factors. security issues. All cost estimates shall be adjusted for regional location. D. COST ESTIMATING On projects with a CCE under $750. CM services. The Project Manager will provide cost figures for those items which may be in addition to the CCE such as art inclusion.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. construction phasing. building use group. PROJECT SCHEDULE A. SCOPE OF WORK DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE The following schedule identifies the estimated design and construction phases for this project and the estimated durations.

C. This schedule and narrative will be reviewed by the Consultant Selection Committee as part of the evaluation process and will be assigned a score commensurate with clarity and comprehensiveness of the submission. Construction Phase 308 B. A written narrative shall also be included with the technical proposal explaining the schedule submitted and the reasons why and how it can be completed in the time frame proposed by the Consultant. phase activities. Design Development Phase • Project Team & DPMC Plan/Code Unit Review & Comment 35 14 4.Project Close-Out Phase” and include this information in the bar chart schedule submitted. Bid Phase 42 7.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. activity durations. Permit Application Phase • Issue Plan Release 7 6. CONSULTANT’S PROPOSED DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE The Consultant shall submit a project design and construction bar chart schedule with their technical proposal that is similar in format and detail to the schedule depicted in Exhibit ‘A’. The bar chart schedule developed by the Consultant shall reflect their recommended project phases. Schematic Design Phase • Project Team & DPMC Plan/Code Unit Review & Comment 35 14 3. 2014 2. Final Design Phase • Project Team & DPMC Plan/Code Unit Review & Approval 28 14 5. The Consultant shall estimate the duration of the project Close-Out Phase based on the anticipated time required to complete each deliverable identified in Section XIV of this document entitled “Contract Deliverables . CONSULTANT DESIGN SCHEDULE PAGE 9 . Award Phase 28 8.

and concurrent construction activities of other projects at the site and any other item identified by the Consultant during the design phases of the project. This schedule shall be in “bar chart” format and will be used by the Contractors as an aid in determining their bid price. The Consultant must review and analyze this progress schedule and recommend approval/disapproval to the Project Team until a satisfactory version is approved by the Project Team. 2014 The Project Manager will issue the Consultant’s approved project schedule at the first design kickoff meeting. This schedule will be binding for the Consultant’s activities and will include the start and completion dates for each design activity. but not limited to: special hours for building access.3. and updated by the Contractor of schedule. utility interruption and shut-down constraints. The Consultant and Project Team members shall use this schedule to ensure that all design milestone dates are being met for the project. anticipated delivery dates for critical items. E. D. The Consultant shall note in Division 1 of the specification that the State will not accept the progress schedule until it meets the project contract requirements and any delays to the start of the construction work will be against the Contractor until the date of acceptance by the State. The construction progress schedule shall be reviewed. at minimum. This schedule shall meet all of the requirements identified in the Consultant’s construction schedule.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. security needs. the major activities and their durations for each trade specified for the project. The Project Team must approve the baseline schedule prior to the start of construction and prior to the Contractor submitting invoices for payment. “Article 6. imposed constraints caused by Client Agency program schedules. Any recommendations for deviations from the approved design schedule must be explained in detail as to the causes for the deviation(s) and impact to the schedule. PAGE 10 . CONTRACTOR CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS SCHEDULE The Contractor shall be responsible for preparing a coordinated combined progress schedule with the Sub-Contractors after the award of the contract. It shall reflect special sequencing or phased construction requirements including. approved. BID DOCUMENT CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE The Consultant shall include a construction schedule in Division 1 of the specification bid document. weather restrictions. and Project Team members at each regularly scheduled construction job meeting and the Consultant shall note the date and trade(s) responsible for project delays (as applicable). The Consultant shall update the schedule to reflect performance periodically (minimally at each design phase) for the Project Team review and approval. Consultant. This schedule shall contain. lead times for materials and equipment. Construction Progress Scheduling Provided by the Contractor”. The construction schedule shall be completed in accordance with the latest edition of the Instructions to Bidders and General Conditions entitled.

cell (609) 468-5906 E-Mail No: Richard.us VI.Herrero@treas. NJ 08625 Phone No: (609) 292-6558. B.Fling@dhs.state.520) Marlboro. Monmouth County. -74. Project Manager Division Property Management & Construction 20 West State Street. addresses. NJ 08625 Phone No: (609) 292-0397 E-Mail No: Katherine. PROJECT TEAM MEMBER DIRECTORY The following are the names. PO Box 700 Trenton.state. NJ 07746 GPS Coordinates: 40.237546 See Exhibit ‘B’ for the project site plan.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. PROJECT SITE ADDRESS The location of the project site is: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital 510 Newman Springs Road (Rt. Director Office of Property Management and Construction Address: Department of Human Services 222 S. Warren Street. PROJECT DEFINITION A.nj.nj. DPMC Project Manager: Name: Address: Richard Herrero. Client Agency Representative: Name: Katherine Fling. 3rd Floor Trenton. 1.335139. 2014 V. BACKGROUND PAGE 11 . and phone numbers of the Project Team members. PROJECT SITE LOCATION & TEAM MEMBERS A.us 2.

“Fire Safety and Physical Environment”.C. GROUP HOMES Two Group Homes are to be constructed.state. 10:44A is available at: http://www. in consultation with the Project Team. Each home will be managed by a third party service provider under contract to the State. 10:44A.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Subchapter 6.J.A. DPMC Project No. including all bathrooms and bedrooms. B. The two group homes are to be completely independent of each other.state. Special Needs Application. complete the “New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION OF THE BUILDING Each residential group home shall house six medically involved residents. N. to demolish all of the buildings on the grounds of Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital and create a park for public use.CONSULTANT DESIGN RESPONSIBILITIES A. Staffing levels shall reflect the specific needs of the residents. The wastewater treatment plant will also be decommissioned and demolished. at least three of whom will be non-ambulatory. A1133-00. VII. All areas of the home shall be accessible for individuals who are non-ambulatory.pdf Consultant shall consider modular construction verses constructed in place or “stick built”. but not be limited to.pdf Consultant shall. The residents will require the support of medical equipment such as oxygen and suction to optimize their quality of life. Best Methods Design Questionnaire” and provide the completed questionnaire to the Project Team. “Standards for Community Residences for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities”. 2014 A project is underway. At a minimum each group home shall meet N.nj.C. Each home shall be unique in appearance to reflect a residential setting. Each home shall be 100% barrier free accessible. the following: PAGE 12 .us/dca/hmfa/media/download/special/sn_best_methods_questionnaire.us/humanservices/ool/documents/10_44A_eff_4_18_05.A. Each home will be staffed on a 24/7 basis by direct care staff.nj.J. The questionnaire is available at: http://www. Each Group Home shall have all resident accessible areas on the ground floor and include.

toilet. 5.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. stove. The garage shall be large enough to accommodate a “high top” handicapped accessible van and provide direct access to the home so that residents are not exposed to inclement weather. 2014 1. 6. reading) to residents and the other room will offer busy/noisy activities (video games. 4. Each bath room shall include a sink. Outdoor Space Each home shall include a covered outdoor patio large enough to accommodate all residents simultaneously. storage. PAGE 13 . Sitting Areas Each home shall include a TV (family) room and a living room each large enough to accommodate all residents simultaneously. of sufficient size to accommodate two desks and shall include a 2 piece bath and lockable medical storage. oven. One room shall offer quiet activities (board games. “roll in” shower trolley and linen closet. 2. 7. located adjacent to the main entrance. Garage Each home shall include an attached garage. refrigerator. TV). The system shall control door access and include the capability of recording access times of each card holder. 9. sinks and dishwasher that are accessible by the residents so they may share in meal preparation and clean up. 8. Dining Area Dining room shall be large enough to accommodate all residents and staff simultaneously at meal time. freezer. Kitchen Kitchen shall include storage cabinets. Security Each home shall include an electronic card access system. Bathrooms Each home shall include three fully accessible bathrooms to serve the residents. Bedrooms Each home shall include six bedrooms of sufficient size to accommodate a non-ambulatory resident and shall include a clothing storage closet. 3. Staff Space Each home shall include a staff area.

refer to Exhibit ‘C’. Up to 20 acres of the property can be utilized for the group homes. Proposed Group Home Locations Group Homes shall be constructed in the south western corner of the MPH property. An emergency generator powered by a secondary fuel source shall be incorporated in this system. Oxygen System The oxygen supply system shall be sized to serve all six bedrooms simultaneously. The system approved by the Project Team shall be included in each home. 2. Fire Detection/Alarm System Each home shall include a fire detection/alarm system that meets the requirements of the NJ Uniform Construction Code (UCC).PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Fire Suppressions System Each home shall include a fire suppression system that meets the requirements of the NJ Uniform Construction Code (UCC). 12. 1. System shall include a monitoring station to be located in the Staff Area. PAGE 14 . C. MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Each home shall include an oxygen supply system and a medical vacuum system. HVAC Systems Based upon the availability of utilities. 11. Each home shall have multiple heating and cooling zones and controls to be determined based on the building layout. B. Oxygen tanks shall be located so that they are readily accessible for servicing. Vacuum System The medical vacuum system shall be sized to serve all six bedrooms simultaneously. All connections shall be specified as Diameter Index Safety System (DISS) connections. The medical vacuum system shall be located so that they are readily accessible for servicing. The tanks must have capacity to support all 6 beds plus a reserve supply. Each bedroom shall be provided with a wall mounted oxygen outlet and vacuum inlet connection. Fire detection system shall notify a third party monitoring firm to be determined. System shall include a monitoring station to be located in the Staff Office. consultant shall evaluate options and recommend a cost effective and efficient system for heating and cooling each home. 2014 10. SITE WORK 1.

Soils Analysis: Consultant shall analyze the soils conditions in the locations of the new buildings to determine the soil classification and engineering properties. This information shall be used in the design of footings/foundations and slabs. “Proposed Location of Group Home 2” will be demolished under project number DPMC Project No. All soil boring/test pit data obtained shall be included in the construction documents for Contractor reference. 2. paved parking spaces for eight (8) vehicles shall be provided at each Group Home. All costs associated with managing. A1133-00 prior to start of construction of this project.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Consultant shall estimate the costs analyze the soils and include that amount in the “Site Geotechnical Allowance”. SITE GEOTECHNICAL 1. 4. Fencing Perimeter fencing shall be provided to define the property from the future park and the adjacent “Henry Hudson Trail”. D. Repair/reconstruct/repave driveway access from Newman Springs Road to each residence 3. refer to paragraph XI. The existing residence and garage shown on Exhibit ‘C’ at the.D. Parking & Driveway In addition to the garage/carport. were demolished in 2009. Selected plantings shall be of types that require minimal maintenance and offer year round interest. coordinating. Landscaping Trees. 2014 Note that the eight (8) residences (former employee housing units) shown on Exhibit ‘C’ at the “Proposed Location of Group Home 1”. bushes and shrubs shall be provided to enhance the residential appearance of the Group Homes. 5. sidewalks shall be provided to connect the homes to the adjacent community. To the extent feasible. Walkways and Sidewalks Concrete walkways shall be provided from all building exits. and administrating subconsultants providing soil testing services shall be included in the consultant’s lump sum fee proposal PAGE 15 .

easements. Identify the property boundary lines on the drawing. 2014 2. Site Survey Drawing: Consultant shall provide a scaled survey drawing that depicts the dimensioned locations of the hardscape.D. landscape. and rights of way. fences. rights of way shall have bearing measurements shown on the drawing to the nearest second and their distances to the nearest hundredth of a foot. and those that are to be constructed. Limited Survey Area Survey requirements are limited to the south western corner of the MPH property of which up to 20 acres can be utilized for construction of the group homes. 2. 3. Include adjoining roadways and streets outside the property lines where appropriate for ingress and egress information. sidewalks. streams. PAGE 16 . Consultant shall estimate the costs for soil testing and for developing construction documents for the removal and disposal of any contaminated soils found and include that amount in the “Site Geotechnical Allowance”. include requirements for its removal and disposal in the construction documents. 4. buildings. Site Survey: Consultant shall obtain all field measurements and record all data necessary to provide an accurate site survey of the existing conditions. If contamination is found. Soils Contamination: Consultant shall conduct tests of the site soils to verify that no contamination exists. and administrating subconsultants providing soil testing services shall be included in the consultant’s lump sum fee proposal. All costs associated with managing. SITE SURVEYS 1. Items shall include. those that are to be removed. utility manhole covers. All property lines. and other relevant physical landscape feature. easements.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. refer to paragraph XI. Boundary Survey: Consultant shall complete a boundary survey identifying all property lines. storm drainage inlets. Note a baseline on the survey drawing that is to be set in the field with ties to at least three fixed references. E. and landmark features that are to remain. roadways. but not limited to. trees. streets. coordinating.

PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes
PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
PROJECT NO: M1461-00
DATE: June 9, 2014

All horizontal control shall be on the New Jersey State Plane Coordinate System and vertical
datum shall be the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (NGVD)

5.

Topographic Survey:

Consultant shall obtain all field measurements and record all data necessary to provide an
accurate topographic survey of the facility. Surface features shall include, but not be limited to
the streets, roadways, parking lot surface area, sidewalks, utility manhole rims, and other
appropriate objects.

6.

Topographic Survey Drawing:

Consultant shall provide a topographic survey drawing that depicts the location and elevation of
the existing and new surface features of the construction site. Contours shall be accurately
plotted to an acceptable scale and labeled with spot elevations at high, low, and critical points.
Property lines shall be indicated within the construction site, and base lines or random traverse
points shall be tied to the existing structures where appropriate. Show datum, benchmark, and
north arrow in relation to the property lines. Benchmarks must be well defined and described.

7.

Wetlands:

Consultant shall, prior to initiating any site design work, determine if any portion of the site is
classified as wetlands. Consultant shall comply with N.J.A.C. 7:7A, Freshwater Wetlands
Protection Act. Consultant shall prepare “Wetlands Delineation” plan identifying potential
wetlands areas and submit to NJDEP to secure a “Letter of Interpretation” (LOI). All site work
shall comply with the LOI.

F.

SITE SOIL EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL
Consultant shall submit the Application for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Certification
to the local County Soil Conservation District Office. The submission and design requirements,
documentation, drawings, calculations, meetings, etc. required for the application shall conform
to the guidelines and procedures published by that District Office.
All costs associated with the preparation of the Application for Soil Erosion and Sediment
Control Plan Certification shall be included in the Consultant’s lump sum fee proposal.
Consultant shall estimate the fees required to be paid to the Soil Conservation District and
include that amount in Permit Fee Allowance.
All application fees paid to the Soil Conservation District shall be paid by the Consultant who
shall be reimbursed from the Permit Fee Allowance provided for this project, refer to paragraph
XI.A.3.

G.

UTILITIES

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PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes
PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
PROJECT NO: M1461-00
DATE: June 9, 2014

1.

Underground Utilities:

Construction documents shall identify the size and location of all underground utility lines, both
existing and new. The utility line sizes, locations and elevations shall be shown on the drawings.

2.

Water Service

Consultant shall confer with the local water utility to determine the availability of public water
service. If service is available, consultant shall arrange for and coordinate with the utility to
provide water service to both homes. The Consultant shall estimate all costs associated with
arranging and providing public water service to serve both homes and include that amount in
their fee proposal line item entitled “Water Service Allowance”. Refer to paragraph XI.B.
In the event public water service is not available a well system shall be designed and installed.
The Consultant shall estimate well permit fees, design and construction administration costs
associated with the installation of a well system to serve both homes and include that amount in
their fee proposal line item entitled “Water Service Allowance”. Refer to paragraph XI.B.

3.

Sewer Service

Consultant shall confer with the local sewer authority to determine the availability of public
sewer service. If service is available, consultant shall arrange for and coordinate with the
authority to provide sewer service to both homes. All costs associated with arranging public
sewer service with the local sewer authority shall be included in the consultants lump sum bid.
In the event public sewer service is not available an onsite septic system shall be installed. The
Consultant shall estimate all fees, design and construction administration costs associated with
the installation of an onsite septic system to serve both homes and include that amount in their
fee proposal line item entitled “Onsite Septic System Allowance”. Refer to paragraph XI.C.

4.

Electric Service

Consultant shall arrange for and coordinate with the local electric utility to provide electric
service to both homes. Each home shall have its own electric meter. All costs associated with
arranging electric service with the local electric utility shall be included in the consultants lump
sum bid.

5.

Gas Service

Consultant shall arrange for and coordinate with the local natural gas utility to provide gas
service to both homes. Each home shall have its own gas meter. All costs associated with
arranging gas service with the local gas utility shall be included in the consultants lump sum bid.

6.

Phone Service

Consultant shall arrange for and coordinate with the telephone company to provide telephone
service to both homes. All costs associated with arranging telephone service with the telephone
company shall be included in the consultants lump sum bid.

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PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes
PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital
PROJECT NO: M1461-00
DATE: June 9, 2014

A minimum of two phone lines shall be provided to each home. Additional phone lines may be
required to support the fire alarm system depending on UCC requirements. Telephone jacks
shall be provided in every room of each home except the bathrooms.

7.

Cable TV Service

Consultant shall arrange for and coordinate with the cable TV service provider to provide cable
TV service to both homes. All costs associated with arranging cable TV service with the local
cable TV provider shall be included in the consultants lump sum bid.
Cable TV jacks shall be provided in every room of each home except the bathrooms.

H.

EMERGENCY ELECTRIC POWER
Each home shall have an emergency generator, including an automatic transfer switch, sized to
provide 100% of the home electric power needs including all building systems and medical
equipment.

I.

PLANNING BOARD REVIEW
Consultant shall, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 4055D-31, submit plans and specifications to the
local planning board for review and comment. Any changes to the project suggested or
requested by the local planning board shall be approved by the Project Team.
Consultant shall coordinate with the local planning board to attend a board meeting to present the
project and respond to questions the board may have. Note that local planning board meetings
typically occur in the evening after normal work hours.
All costs associated with submitting the project to the local planning board and attending a board
meeting to present the project shall be included in the consultant’s lump sum fee proposal.

J.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
Consultant shall prepare an Environmental Assessment in accordance with Executive Order (EO)
No. 215, dated September 11, 1989.
Executive Order No. 215 is available at: http://www.nj.gov/dep/opppc/reports/exec215.pdf
The EA shall be completed and submitted to the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
in the Program Phase of the design process.
As required by EO No. 215, Consultant shall provide a written response to DEP
recommendations and shall participate in resolving any recommendations that are in dispute.

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lighting. and will coordinate selection of the artist under a separate contract. Artist Selection: The DPMC Project Manager and the Consultant shall present the fine arts recommendation to the NJ State House Commission for approval. The selected artist shall advise the DPMC Project Team members and Consultant of any special design elements needed to accommodate the art work being prepared for the project. 3. and the guidelines established in the DPMC Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual.D. regulating authorities. 2. Allowance: An allowance in the amount of $25. FINE ARTS INCLUSION This project has been selected to include fine arts under the “New Jersey Public Building Arts Inclusion Act” (NJSA 52:16A-29 et seq). foundations. 1. utility connections. The Consultant shall provide those details during the design phase of the project ensuring that they are in compliance with all applicable codes. material finishes and colors. L. The Consultant shall understand that construction documents submitted to DPMC shall go beyond the basic requirements set forth by the current copy of the Uniform Construction Code PAGE 20 .. K. Design Detail: Section VII of this Scope of Work is intended as a guide for the Consultant to understand the overall basic design requirements of the project and is not intended to identify each specific design component related to code and construction items. response to recommendations and participation in resolving disputes shall be included in the Consultant’s lump sum fee proposal.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. etc. Items may include support hangers. GENERAL DESIGN OVERVIEW 1.000 has been provided on the Professional Services Fee Proposal Sheet line item entitled “Fine Arts Inclusion Allowance”. 2014 All costs associated with the preparation of the EA. This amount may be used to cover the costs associated with the fine arts coordination meetings and any building and/or site design alterations necessary to accommodate the fine arts work prepared by the artist. Fine Arts Work: The Consultant shall discuss the potential fine arts theme for the project with the members of the Project Team and NJ State Council on the Arts at the commencement of the project to ensure it will be appropriate for the location and use of the new buildings. Refer to paragraph XI.

The detailed breakdown of each work item shall include labor. to the Contractor unless specifically allowed in this Scope of Work. M.A. The construction estimate shall include all alternate bid items and all unit price items itemized and summarized by the divisions and sections of the specifications. 3. material and total costs. PAGE 21 .C. describe and clearly delineate the design intent of the Consultant and enable all Contractors to uniformly bid the project.J. Project Directory: Develop a project directory that identifies the name and phone number of key designated representatives who may be contacted during the design and construction phases of this project. equipment. The Consultant shall ensure that all of the design items described in this scope of work are addressed and included in the project drawings and specification sections where appropriate. The construction documents shall provide sufficient information and detail to illustrate.15(f). a detailed construction cost estimate itemized and summarized by the divisions and sections of the Construction Specification Institute (CSI) MasterFormat© 2004 applicable to the project. Specification Format: The Consultant shall prepare the construction specifications in the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) format entitled MasterFormat© 2004.A. Drawings and specifications shall provide detail beyond that required to merely show the nature and character of the work to be performed. Under no circumstance may they delegate the responsibility of the design. It shall be the Consultant’s responsibility to provide all of the design elements for this project.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. The project construction specifications shall include only those CSI MasterFormat© 2004 specification sections and divisions applicable to this specific project. 2. or portions thereof. Construction Cost Estimates: The Consultant shall include with each design submittal phase identified in Paragraph IV. PROJECT COMMENCEMENT A pre-design meeting shall be scheduled with the Consultant and the Project Team members at the commencement of the project to obtain and/or coordinate the following information: 1. including the Permit Application Phase and Bid Phase. 2014 N. 5:23-2.

If the information provided is insufficient. Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital”. • DPMC Project Number A1072-00. 3. Site Access: Develop procedures to access the project site and provide the names and phone numbers of approved escorts when needed. special hours for construction based on Client Agency programs or building occupancy. and coordination with other project construction activities at the site shall be addressed. as-built drawings. surveys. “Demolition of Former Employee Housing. prepared by Ronald A. Items such as: contract deliverables. All original documentation shall be returned to the provider at the completion of the project. LLC Review these documents and any additional information that may be provided at a later date such as reports. It shall be the responsibility of the Consultant to verify the contents and assume full responsibility for any determination or conclusion drawn from the material used. Obtain copies of special security and policy procedures that must be followed during all work conducted at the facility and include this information in Division 1 of the specification. construction. 2014 2. Existing Documentation: Copies of the following documents on compact disk (CD) will be provided to each Consulting firm at the pre-proposal meeting to assist in the bidding process. 5. Scope of Work: Review the design and construction administration responsibilities and the submission requirements identified in this Scope of Work with the Project Team members. 4. utility interruptions or shut down constraints for tie-ins. security needs. equipment manuals. The State does not attest to the accuracy of the information provided and accepts no responsibility for the consequences of errors by the use of any information and material contained in the documentation provided. dated 7/23/09. etc. special sequencing or phased construction requirements. delivery dates of critical and long lead items. Incorporate all appropriate information and coordination requirements in Division 1 of the specification. and scheduling requirements of this project. Project Coordination: Review and become familiar with any current and/or future projects at the site that may impact the design. Sebring Associates. the Consultant shall take the appropriate actions necessary to obtain the additional information required. PAGE 22 . studies. weather restrictions.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.

walkways and parking areas. Established and new site grades and contours as well as building finished floor elevations. but not be limited to. New and existing site utilities. the following as may be applicable: • • • • 4. 2. The site plan shall include. N. 3. 2014 This information and all general administrative information.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Project Schedule: Review and update the project design and construction schedule with the Project Team members. Site Location Map: Provide a site location map on the drawing cover sheet that identifies the vehicular travel routes from major roadways to the project construction site and the approved access roads to the Contractor’s worksite staging area. shall be included in Division 1 of the specification. 6. The size and location of new and existing buildings and additions as well as other structures. Building Block & Lot Number: Provide the site Block and Lot Number on the appropriate design drawing. PAGE 23 . 1. The Consultant shall assure that there are no conflicts between the information contained in Division 1 of the specification and the DPMC General Conditions. including a narrative summary of the work for this project. or when the design triggers code issues that require site information to show code compliance. Building Classification: Provide the building Use Group Classification and Construction Type on the appropriate design drawing. BUILDING & SITE INFORMATION The following information shall be included in the project design documents. site vehicular and pedestrian roads. shall a site plan be provided that is drawn in accordance with an accurate boundary line survey. Building Site Plan: Only when the project scope involves site work. The distance between buildings and structures and to lot lines.

Record the minutes of each design meeting and distribute within seven (7) calendar days to all attendees and those persons specified to be on the distribution list by the Project Manager. 50% Schematic Phase: One (1) oral presentation at 50% phase completion. schedules. Special considerations shall also be addressed such as: Contractor site access limitations. question any aspect of the contract deliverables. Final Design Phase: One (1) oral presentation at phase completion. Design Development Phase: One (1) oral presentation at phase completion. and make changes where appropriate.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Design Presentations: The minimum number of design presentations required for each phase of this project is identified below for reference: • • • • • • • • 50% Program Phase: One (1) oral presentation at 50% phase completion. utility shutdowns and switchover coordination. The Consultant shall describe the philosophy and process used in the development of the design criteria and the various alternatives considered to meet the project objectives. cost estimates. 50% Design Development Phase: One (1) oral presentation at 50% phase completion. Design Meetings: Conduct the appropriate number of review meetings with the Project Team members during each design phase of the project so they may determine if the project meets their requirements. security restrictions. 50% Final Design Phase: One (1) oral presentation at 50% phase completion. Program Phase: One (1) oral presentation at phase completion. 2014 O. The Consultant shall PAGE 24 . material and equipment delivery dates. etc. DESIGN MEETINGS & PRESENTATIONS 1. GENERAL CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW This section of the Scope of Work is intended as a guide for the Consultant to understand their overall basic construction administration responsibilities for the project and does not attempt to identify each specific activity or deliverable required during this phase. and other relevant information shall be presented to support the design solutions proposed. 2. phased construction and schedule requirements.CONSULTANT CONSTRUCTION RESPONSIBILITIES A. VIII. sketches. Schematic Phase: One (1) oral presentation at phase completion. Selected studies. It shall also be the responsibility of the Consultant to arrange and require all critical SubConsultants to be in attendance at the design review meetings. available swing space.

shall be undertaken by the Consultant at no additional cost to the State. 2014 obtain that information from the current publication of the DPMC Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual and any additional information provided during the Consultant Selection Process. staffing. plans and specifications for the project work. D. When bidders ask questions that may affect the bid price of the project. PRE-BID MEETING The Consultant shall attend. unit prices. In the event that the construction bids received exceed the Consultant’s approved final cost estimate by 5% or more. low. Provide a bid tabulation matrix comparing all bids submitted and make a statement about the high. the Consultant shall redesign and/or set up sufficient approved alternate designs. shall review the bid proposals submitted by the various Contractors to determine the low responsible bid for the project. RECOMMENDATION FOR AWARD The Consultant. BID OPENING The Consultant must attend the bid opening held at the designated location. C. Include a comparison of the submitted bids to the approved current construction cost estimate. record and distribute minutes of the Contractor pre-bid meetings. B. to secure a bid that will come within the allocation specified by the State without impacting the programmatic requirements of the project. 1. shall develop a post bid questionnaire based on the requirements below and schedule a post bid review meeting with the Contractor’s representative to review the construction costs and schedule. including reproduction costs for submission in order to obtain final approval and permits. Such redesign work and changes to plans. the Consultant shall develop a Bulletin(s) to clarify the bid documents in the format described in the Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. chair. Section 9. and average bids received. in conjunction with the Project Manager. and allowances within seven (7) calendar days from the bid due date. Post Bid Review: Review the project bid proposals including the alternates. POST BID REVIEW MEETING.2 entitled “Bulletins. in conjunction with the Project Manager.” These Bulletins must be sent to DPMC at least seven (7) calendar days prior to the bid opening date. DPMC will then distribute the document to all bidders. When PAGE 25 . and other pertinent information to ensure they understand the Scope of the Work and that their bid proposal is complete and inclusive of all requirements necessary to deliver the project in strict accordance with the plans and specifications. The Consultant.

Remind the Contractor that this is a Lump Sum bid. etc. Ensure the Contractor’s signature appears on all post bid review documents. 3. Contractor will be responsible to submit a specified item. Request the Contractor to confirm that their bid proposal does not contain errors. review the provisions and have Contractor acknowledge the responsibility. detailing why the bids did not meet the construction cost estimate. provide an analysis with supporting data. If a CPM Schedule is required. Review and confirm Alternate pricing and Unit pricing and document acceptance or rejection as appropriate. Particular attention shall be given to special working conditions. PAGE 26 .PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Substitutions: Inquire about any potential substitutions being contemplated by the Contractor and advise them of the State’s guidelines for the approval of substitutions and the documentation required. Review any special circumstances of the project. Review the deadline and advise the Contractor that partial submissions are not acceptable. 2014 applicable. Comment on all omissions. but not allow a rejection of the bid. Review Meeting: Arrange a meeting with the apparent low bid Contractor to discuss their bid proposal and other issues regarding the award of the contract. This could give an indication of Contractor performance. 2. qualifications and unsolicited statements appearing in the proposals. long lead items and projected delivery dates. The State has the right to reject the submission if there is no agreement on the proposed credit.5 “Substitutions” of the General Conditions). Ask the Contractor to identify what products will take over twenty-eight (28) calendar days to deliver from the point of submittal approval. Ask for the name of the CPM Scheduler and the “ballpark” costs. Review the submittal timeframes per the Contract documents. Schedule: Confirm that the Contractor is aware of the number of calendar days listed in the contract documents for the project duration and that the Contractor’s bid includes compliance with the schedule duration and completion dates. Review project milestones (if applicable). Equal substitutions that are proposed by the Contractor that are of lesser value must have a credit change order attached with the submittal (See Article 4. 4. Submission after the deadline may be rejected by the State.7.

schedule. meeting minutes. 2014 5. Comment on any discussion with the Contractor that provides a sense of their understanding of the project and any special difficulties that they see.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Any changes made in Bulletins. Conformed Drawings: The Consultant shall prepare and distribute two (2) sets of drawings stamped “Conformed Drawings” to the Project Manager that reflect all Bulletins and/or required changes. E. DPMC project number. and deletions to the pertinent drawings within fourteen (14) calendar days of the construction contract award date. etc. the Consultant shall submit a new “Letter of Recommendation” for contract award. and how they might approach those problems. project management. change orders. 7. Performance: Investigate the past performance of Contractor by contacting Architects and owners (generally three of each) that were listed in their DPMC pre-qualification package and other references that may have been provided. DIRECTOR’S HEARING The Consultant must attend any Director’s hearing(s) if a Contractor submits a bid protest. In cases where the bid protest is upheld. paper work. Inquire how the Contractor performed with workmanship. The hours required to attend the potential hearings and to document the findings shall be estimated by the Consultant and the costs will be included in the base bid of their fee proposal. post bid review requirements shall also be reflected in the specification. The document shall contain the project title. 6. It shall include a detailed narrative describing each post bid meeting agenda item identified above and a recommendation to award the contract to the apparent low bid Contractor based on the information obtained during that meeting. bid due date and expiration date of the proposal. The Consultant shall be present to interpret the intent of the design documents and answer any technical questions that may result from the meeting. Attach all minutes of the Post bid meeting and any other relevant correspondence with the Letter of Recommendation and submit them to the Project Manager. additions. Describe any acceptance or rejection of Alternate pricing and Unit pricing. cooperation. PAGE 27 . Letter of Recommendation: The Consultant shall prepare a Letter of Recommendation for contract award to the Contractor submitting the low responsible bid within three (3) calendar days from the post bid review meeting.

These tasks must be reviewed at each job progress meeting until it is completed and the completion date of each task shall be noted in the minutes of the meeting following the task completion. the Consultant is responsible for the preparation and distribution of minutes within three (3) calendar days of the meeting. 1. Meetings: The Consultant and Sub-Consultant(s) shall attend the pre-construction meeting and all construction job meetings during the construction phase of the project. Schedules: The Consultant. but not be limited to the items identified in the Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual. Section 10. CONSTRUCTION JOB MEETINGS.3.” All meeting minutes are to have an “action” column indicating the party that is responsible for the action indicated and a deadline to accomplish the assigned task. The Agenda for the meeting shall include. The format to be used for the minutes shall comply with those identified in the “Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual. 2. material deliveries and other milestones required to give a complete review of the project. and the original and new date for reference.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. submittal process activities.” Also. shall review and recommend approval of the project construction schedule prepared by the Contractor. entitled “Agenda.” Section 10. “Format of Minutes. to be held bi-weekly for the duration of construction. The Consultant shall chair the meeting. This Contractor requirement must also be included in Division 1 of the specification for reference. the schedule activity affected. in accordance with the procedures identified in the A/E manual and those listed below. The Consultant shall record any schedule delays. Submittal Log: PAGE 28 .4. transcribe and distribute the job-meeting minutes for every job meeting to all attendees and to those persons specified to be on the distribution list by the Project Manager. 2014 F. the party responsible for the delay. LOGS The Consultant shall conduct all of the construction job meetings.1.3. SCHEDULES. The schedule shall identify all necessary start and completion dates of construction. The Consultant shall ensure that the Contractor provides a two (2) week “look ahead” construction schedule based upon the current monthly updated schedule as approved at the biweekly job meetings and that identifies the daily planned activities for that period. construction activities. 3. entitled. with the input from the Client Agency Representative and Project Manager.

The assignment of a full time on-site Sub-Consultant does not relieve the Consultant of their site visit obligation. The Consultant and Sub-Consultant(s) do not necessarily have to be on site concurrently if there are no critical activities taking place that require the SubConsultant’s participation. etc. The Consultant and their Sub-Consultant(s) shall submit a field observation report for each site inspection to the Project Manager. field observations sufficient to verify the quality and progress of construction work. material samples. and to attend/chair meetings as may be required by the Project Manager to resolve special issues. specification procedures. Request for Information (RFI). Examples of the submissions to be reviewed and approved by the Consultant and Sub-Consultant (if required) include: shop drawings. H. color charts. mock-ups. G. SubConsultant. code inspections. Consultant and Sub-Consultant(s) shall conduct weekly site inspection/field observation visits. but not limited to the following examples: concrete pours. final testing of systems. Site inspection/field observation visits may be conducted in conjunction with regularly scheduled bi-weekly construction job meetings. product data sheets. The Consultant shall refer to Section XIV. CONSTRUCTION SITE ADMINISTRATION SERVICES The Consultant and Sub-Consultant(s) shall provide construction site administration services during the duration of the project. 2014 The Consultant shall develop and implement a submittal log that will identify all of the required project submittals as identified in the design specification. steel and truss installations. Also. Project Manager. The submittal review process must be conducted at each job progress meeting and shall include the Consultant. The services required shall include. Contractor. and requests from the Project Manager. achievement of each major milestone required on the construction schedule. depending on the progress of work. but not be limited to. Contract Deliverables of this Scope of Work subsection entitled “Construction Phase” to determine the extent of services and deliverables required during this phase of the project. they shall conduct inspections during major construction activities including. spec sheets. MSDS material safety data sheets. The dates of submission shall be determined and approved by all affected parties during the pre-construction meeting. and designated representatives of the Client Agency. SUB-CONSULTANT PARTICIPATION PAGE 29 . equipment and material catalog cuts. change orders. The Consultant shall provide an updated submittal log at each job meeting that highlights all of the required submissions that are behind schedule during the construction phase of the project. conformance and compliance with the contract documents.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. for weeks that construction job meetings are scheduled.

e. submit their AS-BUILT drawings to the Consultant with the Contractor(s) certification as to the accuracy of the information prior to final payment. The Consultant shall note the following statement on the original RECORD-SET drawings. Shop Drawings: Each Contractor shall review the specifications and determine the numbers and nature of each shop drawing submittal. Five (5) sets of the documents shall be submitted with reference made to the appropriate section of the specification. 2014 It is the responsibility of the Consultant to ensure that they have provided adequate hours and/or time allotted in their technical proposal so that their Sub-Consultants may participate in all appropriate phases and activities of this project or whenever requested by the Project Manager. The Consultant shall obtain the original mylars from DPMC and transfer the AS-BUILT conditions to the original full sized signed mylars to reflect RECORD conditions within fourteen (14) calendar days of receipt of the AS-BUILT information. Upon receipt of the AS-BUILT drawings from the Contractor(s). I. “Approved as Noted”. 2. As-Built & Record Set Drawings: The Contractor(s) shall keep the contract drawings up-to-date at all times during construction and upon completion of the project. The Consultant shall review the Contractor(s)’ AS-BUILT drawings at each job progress meeting to ensure that they are up-to-date. The PAGE 30 . DRAWINGS 1. “Approved as Noted Resubmit for Records”. This includes the pre-proposal site visit and the various design meetings and construction job meetings. etc. The Consultant shall return each shop drawing submittal stamped with the appropriate action. “Approved”. The Consultant shall review the Contractor’s shop drawing submissions for conformity with the construction documents within seven (7) calendar days of receipt. All ASBUILT drawings submitted shall be entitled AS-BUILT above the title block and dated. All costs associated with such services shall be included in the base bid of the Consultant’s fee proposal. Any deficiencies shall be noted in the progress meeting minutes. The Consultant shall acknowledge acceptance of the AS-BUILT drawings by signing a transmittal indicating they have reviewed them and that they reflect the AS-BUILT conditions as they exist. “Rejected”. site visits. Field observation reports and/or meeting minutes are required to be submitted to the Project Manager within three (3) calendar days of the site visit or meeting.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. “The AS-BUILT information added to this drawing(s) has been supplied by the Contractor(s). and close-out activities described in this Scope of Work. i.

PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. The Consultant shall prepare and distribute the coordinated punch list. This list shall be separate correspondence from the field observation reports and shall not be considered as a punch list. This hard copy set of drawings and three (3) sets of current release AUTO CAD discs shall be submitted to DPMC and the discs shall contain all AS-BUILT drawings in both “. CLOSE-OUT DOCUMENTS The Consultant shall review all project close-out documents as submitted by the Contractors to ensure that they comply with the requirements listed in the “Procedure for Architects and Engineers’ Manual. K. written warranties and other related DPMC forms and documents. CONSTRUCTION DEFICIENCY LIST The Consultant shall prepare. The Project Manager will issue the only recognized official notice of substantial completion. the punch list shall include a list of attic stock and spare parts. The Consultant and/or Sub- PAGE 31 . The Consultant shall deliver the RECORD-SET original mylars to DPMC who will acknowledge their receipt in writing.dwg” (native file format for AUTO CAD) and “. etc. CLOSE-OUT ACTIVITY TIME The Consultant shall provide all activities and deliverables associated with the “Close-Out Phase” of this project as part of their Lump Sum base bid. M. 2014 (Architect) (Engineer) does not assume the responsibility for its accuracy other than conformity with the design concept and general adequacy of the AS-BUILT information to the best of the (Architect’s) (Engineer’s) knowledge.pdf” (Adobe portable document format) file formats. J. supplied by the Contractor. INSPECTIONS: SUBSTANTIAL & FINAL COMPLETION The Consultant and their Sub-Consultant(s) accompanied by the Project Manager. Project Manager.” The Consultant shall forward the package to the Project Manager within fourteen (14) calendar days from the date the Certificate of Occupancy/Certificate of Approval is issued. The Consultant shall also submit a letter certifying that the project was completed in accordance with the contract documents.” Upon completion. Client Agency Representative and Contractor shall conduct site inspections to determine the dates of substantial and final completion. maintain and continuously distribute an on-going deficiency list to the Contractor. If applicable. Code Inspection Group. L. and Client Agency Representative during the construction phase of the project. to the Project Manager for review and certification of final contract acceptance.

Testing: All equipment and product testing conducted during the course of construction is the responsibility of the Contractor. maintenance procedures and frequency. training sessions and equipment manuals required for this project comply with the requirements identified below. N. warranties. Training: The Consultant shall include in the specification that the Contractor shall schedule and coordinate all equipment training with the Project Manager and Client Agency representatives. guarantees. the Consultant shall ensure the testing procedures comply with manufacturers recommendations. and criteria for deciding when equipment shall be repaired and when it must be replaced. cut sheets. A copy of the “videotape” shall be transmitted to the Project Manager who will forward the material to the Client Agency for future reference. The Consultant shall ensure that the training session is “videotaped” by the Contractor. and training durations to the Consultant. A signed letter shall be prepared stating when the training was completed and must be accompanied with the training session sign-in sheet as part of the project close-out package. However. parts lists. The Consultant shall review the final test reports and provide a written recommendation of the acceptance/rejection of the material. 1. 2.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Operation & Maintenance Manuals: The Consultant shall coordinate and review the preparation and issuance of the equipment manuals provided by the Contractor(s) ensuring that they contain the operating procedures. All costs associated with the training sessions shall be borne by the Contractor installing the equipment. It shall state that the Contractor shall submit the Operation and Maintenance (O&M) manuals. and detailed drawings for all equipment installed at the facility. 2014 Consultant(s) may not use this time for additional job meetings or extended administrative services during the Construction Phase of the project. A troubleshooting guide shall be included that lists problems that may arise. 3. possible causes with solutions. training plan contents. Project Manager and Client Agency Representative for review and approval prior to the training session. PAGE 32 . products or equipment tested within seven (7) calendar days of receipt of the report. TRAINING. TESTING. MANUALS AND ATTIC STOCK The Consultant shall ensure that all equipment testing.

Contractor: The Contractor shall submit a DPMC 9b Change Order Request form to the Project Manager within seven (7) calendar days after receiving the Change Order from the Consultant. The document shall identify the changed work in a manner that will allow a clear understanding of the necessity for the change. CHANGE ORDERS The Consultant shall review and process all change orders in accordance with the contract documents and procedures described below. and manufacturer guarantees/warranties. Copies of the original design drawings. The content of the manuals shall be reviewed and approved by the Project Manager and Client Agency Representative. Attic Stock: The Consultant shall determine and recommend whether “attic stock” should be included for all aspects of the project. O&M manuals. but not be limited to: training sessions. etc. A list of names. PAGE 33 . O.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Consultant: The Consultant shall prepare a detailed request for Change Order including a detailed description of the change(s) along with appropriate drawings. as-built drawings. The Consultant shall include in the specification that the Contractor must provide a minimum of ten (10) “throwaway” copies of the manual for use at the training seminar and seven (7) hardbound copies as part of the project close-out package. Items shall include. 2014 Include a list of the manufacturer’s recommended spare parts for all equipment being supplied for this project. sketches. and related documentation and submit the information to the Contractor for the change order request submission. Prior to project close-out. the Consultant shall specify attic stock items to be included in the project. This will require the use of the current DPMC 9b form. 4. and specification pages shall be highlighted to clarify and show entitlement to the Change Order. addresses and telephone numbers of the Contractors involved in the installations and firms capable of performing services for each mechanical item shall be included. 1. specifications. 2. the Consultant must prepare a comprehensive listing of all items for delivery by the Contractor to the Owner and in accordance with the appropriate specification/plan section. If required. itemized attic stock requirements.

profit and bond. in CSI format (2004 Edition) for all appropriate divisions and subdivisions using a recognized estimating formula. Supplementary drawings from the Consultant shall be included if applicable that indicate the manner to be used to complete the changed work. Recommendation for Award: The Consultant shall evaluate the reason for the change in work and provide a detailed written recommendation for approval or disapproval of the Change Order Request including backup documentation of costs in CSI format and all other considerations to substantiate that decision. 2014 Copies shall be provided of job minutes or correspondence with all relative information highlighted to show the origin of the Change Order. weather data and all other relative information. This documentation shall contain dates.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. the Consultant shall identify the changes on the Change Order Request form accordingly. The estimate shall then be compared with that of the Contractor’s estimate. material. This request shall include a copy of the original approved project schedule and a proposed revised schedule that reflects the impact on the project completion date. 3. the Contractor shall include a request for an extension of time. When recommending approval or disapproval of the change order. The Consultant shall document the negotiated agreement on the Change Order Request form. and certification of increased bond shall be provided. If any line item in the Consultant’s estimate is lower than the corresponding line item in the Contractor’s estimate. A detailed breakdown of all costs associated with the change. If the Change Order will impact the time of the project. the Consultant shall be required to prepare and process a Change Order package that contains at a minimum the following documents: PAGE 34 . Documentation to account for the added time requested shall be included to support entitlement of the request such as additional work. If the Contractor’s total dollar value changes based on the negotiations. the Consultant in conjunction with the Project Manager is to contact the Contractor by telephone and negotiate the cost differences. Code Review: The Consultant shall determine if the Change Order request will require Code review and shall submit six (6) sets of signed and sealed modified drawings and specifications to the DPMC Plan & Code Review Unit for approval. Cost Estimate: The Consultant shall provide a detailed cost estimate of the proposed Change Order Request. etc. Sub-Contractor work. other Contractors. 5. if required.e. overhead. The Consultant must also determine and produce a permit amendment request if required. i. as submitted by the Contractor. labor. 4. weather. equipment.

L. PAGE 35 . The Consultant shall resubmit the package at no cost to the State if the change order package contents are deemed insufficient by the Project Manager. the Consultant is to do an independent evaluation of the time extension request using a recognized scheduling formula. are in addition to the project design and construction meetings noted in Paragraphs VII. 8. these meetings. 7. Requests for extension of contract time must be done in accordance with the General Conditions Article 10. Submission: The Consultant shall complete all of the DPMC Change Order Request forms provided and submit a completed package to the Project Manager with all appropriate backup documentation within seven (7) calendar days from receipt of the Contractor’s change order request. When a Change Order Request is submitted for time only. Meetings: The Consultant shall attend and actively participate at all administrative hearings or settlement conferences as may be called by Project Manager in connection with such Change Orders and provide minutes of those meetings to the Project Manager for distribution.1.F. should they be required. 2014 • • • • 6. The Consultant is to compare their time element with that of the Contractor’s time request and if there is a significant difference. Consultant Fee: All costs associated with the potential Contractor Change Order Requests shall be anticipated by the Consultant and included in the base bid of their fee proposal.2 and VIII. the Consultant in conjunction with the Project Manager is to contact the Contractor by telephone and negotiate the difference. the Consultant’s independent cost estimate is to take into consideration time factors associated with the changed work. DPMC 9b Change Order Request DPMC 10 Consultant’s Evaluation of Contractor’s Change Order Request Consultant’s Independent Detailed Cost Estimate Notes of Negotiations Time Extension: When a Change Order Request is submitted with both cost and time factors.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. Note. 9.

gov/dca/codes The project construction documents must comply with the latest adopted edition of the NJ Uniform Construction Code that is in effect at the Final Design Phase of this project.nj. and it is approved by the Project Manager. IX. NJ Uniform Construction Code Permit: The Consultant shall complete the NJUCC permit application and all applicable technical subcode sections with all technical site data listed.01 of this Scope of Work. certificates. 1. and approvals that may be required for this project. 2014 If the Client Agency Representative requests a scope change. All other required project permits shall be obtained and paid for by the Consultant in accordance with the procedures described in paragraph 2. Fire. below. “Permit Fee Allowance. which presents a compendium of State permits. Certificates. certificates.8.4. the Consultant may be entitled to be reimbursed through an amendment and in accordance with the requirements stated in paragraph 10. and approvals required by State regulatory agencies are obtained for this project. The Consultant may obtain access and copies of all NJUCC Building. PAGE 36 .PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. These documents shall be forwarded to the Project Manager who will send them to the Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and all permit application costs will be paid by DPMC from encumbered funds for the project. Section 6. and Approvals: The Consultant shall identify and obtain all other State Regulatory Agency permits.” The Consultant may refer to the Division of Property Management and Construction “Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual”. Other Regulatory Agency Permits. and approvals that will govern and affect the work described in this Scope of Work. An itemized list of these permits. and approvals shall be included with the Consultant’s Technical Proposal and the total amount of the application fees should be entered in the Fee Proposal line item entitled. certificates. REGULATORY AGENCY PERMITS The Consultant shall comply with the following guidelines to ensure that all required permits. certificates. The Agent section of the application and certification section of the building sub-code section shall be signed. PERMITS & APPROVALS A. Electrical and Elevator permit applications at the following website: www. Plumbing. 2.

C. B.C. It is the Consultant’s responsibility to determine which prior approvals. STATE INSURANCE APPROVAL The Consultant shall respond in writing to the FM Global Insurance Underwriter plan review comments through the DPMC Plan & Code Review Unit Manager as applicable. If an industry standard is found to be revoked.C.C. Health Department Approval for Septic Systems. it shall be understood to mean the most recent edition of the standard unless otherwise noted. 7:14B. Prior Approval Certification Letters: The issuance of a construction permit for this project may be contingent upon acquiring various “prior approvals” as defined by N. Sealing of Abandoned Wells with N. Compliance of Underground Storage Tank Systems with N. It shall be noted that in accordance with N. Certification that all utilities have been disconnected from structures to be demolished.4. 7:9D. Coastal Areas Facilities Review. the following specific prior approval certification letters. Well Construction and Maintenance.J. or should the standard have undergone substantial change or revision from the time that the Scope of Work was developed. 2014 The Consultant shall determine the appropriate phase of the project to submit the permit application(s) in order to meet the approved project milestone dates.J. Highlands Council. if any. The Consultant shall submit a general certification letter to the DPMC Plan & Code Review Unit Manager during the Permit Phase of this project that certifies all required prior approvals have been obtained. The Consultant shall review all the comments and modify the documents while adhering to the project’s SOW requirements. Pinelands Commission. where applicable. BARRIER FREE REQUIREMENTS The Consultant.A.A. 5:23-2. State code requirements. in cooperation with the Client Agency Representative.A.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. PAGE 37 . schedule. the Consultant shall comply with the most recent edition of the standard. In addition to the general certification letter discussed above. 3. shall be submitted by the Consultant to the DPMC Plan & Code Review Unit Manager: Soil Erosion & Sediment Control. a permit cannot be issued until the letter(s) of certification is received.C. Board of Health Approval for Potable Water Wells. and Consultant fee. budget.J.15(a)5.J. shall assure that this project complies with the NJUCC Barrier Free Sub code where applicable. Water & Sewer Treatment Works Approval. are required. 5:23-1.A. Where reference to an established industry standard is made.

5 entitled “Air quality during renovation and remodeling”. PERMIT MEETINGS The Consultant shall attend and chair all meetings with Permitting Agencies necessary to explain and obtain the required permits.state. H. The Consultant must determine the construction cost estimate for each building and/or site location and submit that amount where indicated on the permit application. PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH PROGRAM A paragraph shall be included in the design documents. The Contractor shall submit a plan demonstrating the measures to be utilized to confine the dust. the Consultant shall be responsible for the coordination of all special inspections during the construction phase of the project. paragraph 12:100-13. Bulletin 035 and as clarified further by the Department of Community Affairs.A.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. debris. F. and air contaminants in the renovation or construction area of the project site to the Project Team prior to the start of construction. The One Call Program is known as the “New Jersey Underground Facility Protection Act”. 1.nj. MANDATORY NOTIFICATIONS The Consultant shall include language in Division 1 of the specification that states the Contractor shall assure compliance with the New Jersey “One Call” Program (1-800-272-1000) if any excavation is to occur at the project site. SPECIAL INSPECTIONS In accordance with the requirements of the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code.J.us/health/eoh/peoshweb/iaqstd.C. The link to the document is: http://www. 2014 D.pdf E. G. if applicable to this project that states: The Contractor shall comply with all the requirements stipulated in the Public Employees Occupational Safety & Health Program (PEOSHA) document. Definition: PAGE 38 . MULTI-BUILDING OR MULTI-SITE PERMITS A project that involves many buildings and/or sites requires that a separate permit shall be issued for each building or site. refer to N. 14:2.

4. as applicable to this project. Pile foundations. PAGE 39 . in accordance with Section 1704.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. in accordance with Section 1707.2. • • • • • • • • Steel construction. Responsibilities: The Consultant shall submit with the permit application. in accordance with Section 1704. A quality assurance plan for seismic resistance of seismic Design Category D buildings. An approved DPMC 9d Consultant Amendment Request form reflecting authorized scope changes must be received by the Consultant prior to undertaking any additional work. 2014 Special inspections are defined as an independent verification by a qualified person (special Inspector) rendered to the code official for Class I buildings only. in accordance with Section 1704. in accordance with Sections 1705. SCOPE CHANGES The Consultant must request any changes to this Scope of Work in writing. shall be performed in accordance with Chapter 17 of the International Building Code. Special Inspections: The following special inspections. 3. a list of special inspections and the firm(s) that will be responsible to carry out the inspections required for the project.7. Concrete construction. X. as defined below. Special inspectors shall be licensed in accordance with the requirements in the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code. in accordance with Section 1704. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS A. The DPMC 9d form must be approved and signed by the Director of DPMC and written authorization issued from the Project Manager prior to any work being performed by the Consultant.8. in accordance with Section 1704. The list shall be a separate document. New Jersey Edition. Soils. Seismic resistance for Design Category D buildings. 2. Any work performed without the executed DPMC 9d form is done at the Consultant’s own financial risk. Masonry construction.1 and 1705.5.3. Structural testing for isolation damping systems in seismic Design Category D buildings. signed and sealed. in accordance with Section 1708. The special inspector is to be independent from the Contractor and responsible to the building owner or owner’s agent so that there is no possible conflict of interest. on letter head.

com to determine if any proposed upgrades to the mechanical and/or electrical equipment and systems for this project qualify for “New Jersey Clean Energy Program” rebates and incentives such as SmartStart. attend meetings. Permit Costs: The Consultant shall determine the application fee costs for all of the required project permits. ENERGY INCENTIVE PROGRAM The Consultant shall review the programs described on the “New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program” website at: http://www. provide any applicable worksheets. certificates. C. if any. XI. The Consultant shall be responsible to complete the appropriate registration forms and applications. A breakdown of each permit and application fee shall be attached to the fee proposal for reference. and approvals (excluding the NJ Uniform Construction Code permit) and include that amount in their fee proposal line item entitled “Permit Fee Allowance”. PERMIT FEE ALLOWANCE The Consultant shall obtain and pay for all of the project permits in accordance with the guidelines identified below. 1. All claims for errors and omissions will be pursued by the State on an individual basis. and participate in all activities with designated representatives of the programs and utility companies to obtain the entitled financial incentives and rebates for this project. Pay4Performance. The State will review each error or omission with the Consultant and determine the actual amount of damages. All costs associated with this work shall be estimated by the Consultant and the amount included in the base bid of their fee proposal. 2. calculations. error or omission. and approvals required to complete this project. 2014 B. Direct Install or any other incentives.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. certificates.njcleanenergy. ALLOWANCES A. Permits: The Consultant shall determine the various State permits. manufacturer’s specification sheets. ERRORS AND OMISSIONS The errors and omissions curve and the corresponding sections of the “Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual” are eliminated. resulting from each negligent act. PAGE 40 .

and include the total cost in the base bid of their fee proposal under the “Permit Phase” column. Consultant shall attach a detailed cost breakdown sheet for use by DPMC during the proposal review and potential fee negotiations. 4.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.1. The cost breakdown sheet shall include a description of the tasks to be performed and the estimated cost of each task.D. PAGE 41 . 2014 NOTE: The NJ Uniform Construction Code permit is excluded since it is obtained and paid for by DPMC. A copy of the application(s) and the original permit(s) obtained by the Consultant shall be given to the Project Manager for distribution during construction. WATER SERVICE ALLOWANCE Consultant shall estimate the costs to provide design and construction administration services for the installation of a well system to provide water service to both homes and include that amount on their fee proposal line item entitled “Water Service Allowance”. refer to paragraph VII. Consultant shall attach a detailed cost breakdown sheet for use by DPMC during the proposal review and potential fee negotiations. Consultant Fee: The Consultant shall determine what is required to complete and submit the permit applications. ONSITE SEPTIC SYSTEM ALLOWANCE Consultant shall estimate the costs to provide design and construction administration services for the installation of an onsite septic system to service both homes and include that amount on their fee proposal line item entitled “Onsite Septic System Allowance”..2. attend meetings. The cost breakdown sheet shall include a description of the tasks to be performed and the estimated cost of each task. B. Any funds remaining in the Water Service Allowance will be returned to the State at the close of the project. etc. obtain supporting documentation. Any funds remaining in the permit allowance account will be returned to the State at the close of the project. 3. Applications: The Consultant shall fill out and submit all permit applications to the appropriate permitting authorities and the costs shall be paid from the Consultant’s permit fee allowance provided. C. refer to paragraph VII.D.

Refer to paragraph VII. XII. PAGE 42 . B.3. FINE ARTS INCLUSION ALLOWANCE An allowance in the amount of $25. E. fire suppression and alarm components. Any funds remaining in the Site Improvement Allowance will be returned to the State at the close of the project. CATALOG CUTS The Consultant shall provide catalog cuts as required by the DPMC Plan & Code Review Unit during the design document review submissions. Any funds remaining in the Fine Arts Inclusion Allowance will be returned to the State at the close of the project. 2014 Any funds remaining in the Onsite Septic System Allowance will be returned to the State at the close of the project.000 has been provided on the Professional Services Fee Proposal Sheet line item entitled “Fine Arts Inclusion Allowance”. Consultant shall attach a detailed cost breakdown sheet for use by DPMC during the proposal review and potential fee negotiations. plumbing fixtures. specialized building materials. etc. refer to paragraph VII.N.SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS A.D. hardware devices. D. The cost breakdown sheet shall include a description of the tasks to be performed and the estimated cost of each task.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. SITE GEOTECHNICAL ALLOWANCE Consultant shall estimate the costs to complete the soils analysis and soils contamination testing and include that amount on their fee proposal line item entitled “Site Geotechnical Allowance”. electrical devices. Examples of catalog cuts include. but are not limited to: mechanical equipment. This amount may be used to cover the costs associated with the fine arts coordination meetings and any building and/or site design alterations necessary to accommodate the fine arts work prepared by the artist. CONTRACT DELIVERABLES All submissions shall include the Contract Deliverables identified in Section XIV of this Scope of Work and described in the DPMC Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual.

PROJECT DOCUMENT BOOKLET The Consultant shall submit all of the required Contract Deliverables to the Project Manager at the completion of each phase of the project. additions.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. project schedule. The drawings shall have the required prefix designations and the specification sections shall have the color codes as specified for each trade in the DPMC Procedure for Architects and Engineers Manual. or omissions made to the submitted drawings and specifications at the Permit Phase of the project must be submitted to DPMC Plan & Code Review Unit as a complete document. No Addendums or Bulletins will be accepted as a substitution to the original specification page or drawing. correspondence. SINGLE-PRIME CONTRACT All references to “separate contracts” in the Procedures for Architects and Engineers Manual. cost estimate in CSI format (2004 Edition). D. All reports. The single prime Contractor will be responsible for all work identified in the drawings and specifications. The Consultant must still develop the Construction Cost Estimate (CCE) for each trade and the amount shall be included on the DPMC-38 Project Cost Analysis form where indicated. 2014 C. shall be deleted since this project will be advertised as a “Single Bid” (Lump Sum All Trades) contract. E. calculations. plan review comments. Chapter 8. and other appropriate items identified on the Submission Checklist form provided in the A/E Manual shall be presented in an 8½” x 11” bound “booklet” format. meeting minutes. Corrected pages or drawings may not be submitted separately unless the Consultant inserts the changed page or drawing in the original documents. This document shall be submitted at each design phase of the project and updated immediately prior to the advertisement to bid. PAGE 43 . DESIGN DOCUMENT CHANGES Any corrections.

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11 Outline Specifications: 6 sets 5.4. The Consultant shall refer to the DPMC publication entitled.10 Diagrammatic Sketches/Drawings: 6 sets 5.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.4.” Volumes I and II.16 This Submission Checklist 5.7 Design Renderings 5.CONTRACT DELIVERABLES The following is a listing of Contract Deliverables that are required at the completion of each phase of this project. 2nd Edition.2 Meetings & Minutes (Minutes within 3 calendar days of meeting) 5.15 SOW Compliance Statement 5.4. PROGRAM PHASE: 5. “Procedures for Architects and Engineers.12 Current Working Estimate in CSI Format & Cost Analysis 38 Form 5.3 Correspondence 5.13 Bar Chart of Design and Construction Schedule 5.1 Project Schedule (Bar Chart Format) 5. 2014 XIV. dated January.4.8 Regulatory Approvals 5.4.4.5 Approval of Submission PAGE 45 .4.4.4.9 Utility Availability (On Site & Public) Sanitary Service Storm Water Domestic Water Gas Service Fire Service Electric Service Telephone Service 5.4.14 Oral Presentation of Submission to Project Team 5.17 Deliverables Submission in Booklet Form: 7 sets 5.4. The numbering system used in this “Contract Deliverables” section of the scope of work corresponds to the numbering system used in the “Procedures for Architects and Engineers” manual and some may have been deleted if they do not apply to this project. 1991 to obtain a more detailed description of the deliverables required for each item listed below.4 Submission Requirements 5.

PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.4.7 6.8.1 6.4.4. Surveys.2 Meetings & Minutes (Minutes within 3 calendar days of meeting) 6.4.4.4.f.4.5.1 Project Schedule (Update Bar Chart Schedule) 6.4.6 6.5 6.4 6.8 A/E Statement of Site Visit.4.1 Respond to Submission Comments SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE: 6.) 6.3 6.4.3 NJ Department of Environmental Protection (d) Environmental Assessment Statement (CCE in excess of $1m) (g) Wetlands Development Permit (h) Underground Fuel Tank (j) Stream Encroachment (m) Permit to Discharge Wastewater (NJPDES) (n) Sewage System Construction (o) Exemption from Sewage System Ban (p) Water Management Plan for Sewage System (t) Well Drilling (u) Construction Water Cross Connection (w) Dredge and Fill (x) Historic Site Project Building 6.2 6. security. and Soils Analysis (provided with plan submission) Fine Arts Inclusion (all new construction projects regardless of CCE) Design Rendering/Sketches Regulatory Agency Approvals 6.8.3 Correspondence 6. As-Built Drawing Verification (if available) Space Analysis & Program Requirements Special Features Description: communications.4. etc.1 NJ Department of Agriculture (a) Soil Erosion (land disturbance over 5000 s. fire protection. 2014 5. Site Evaluation Borings.8.4 Submission Requirements 6.4.8.4 NJ Department of Health (a) Certificate of Need (Hospital Work) (b) Drain Onto Highway (c) Highway Utility Access 6.4.2 NJ Department of Community Affairs (a) UCC Permit for Building Construction 6.5 NJ Department of Transportation PAGE 46 .8. special structural features.

4.13 6.10 6. include Division 1 and edit to describe the administrative and general requirements of the project) Current Working Estimate in CSI Format & Cost Analysis 38 Form Bar Chart of Design and Construction Schedule Oral Presentation of Submission to Project Team PAGE 47 .8.9 6.4.4.8.4.4.12 6.4.8.8.4.11 6.8.14 (a) Highway Access Driveway (b) Drain Onto Highway (c) Highway Utility Access 6.11 Federal Aviation Authority (a) Within FAA Jurisdiction 6.10 Army Corps of Engineers (a) Corps of Engineers (Dredge and Fill) 6.4. 2014 6.13 Capitol City Redevelopment Corporation (a) Within Capitol City District Utility Availability for: Sanitary Service Storm Water Domestic Water Gas Service Fire Service Electric Service Telephone Service Cable Service Drawings: 6 sets Cover Sheet (See A/E Manual for format) Site Plan Site Utility Plan Floor Plans Elevations Sections/Details Structural Narrative HVAC Narrative Electrical Narrative Specifications: 6 sets (See A/E Manual for format.8.6 Delaware and Raritan Canal Commission (a) Within D&R Canal 6.8 Pinelands Commission (a) Construction within Pinelands 6.8.7 Delaware River Basin Commission (a) Within Delaware River Basin 6.12 County Board of Health (a) Septic Tank Construction 6.4.4.8.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.9 Hackensack Meadowlands Development Commission (a) Construction within Meadowlands 6.4.4.4.4.

4.5 7.4.10 Figure 6.4.4.4.4.3 7. 2014 6.6 Respond to Submission Comments Submission Forms Figure 6.1 6.4.17 Deliverables Submission in Booklet Form: 7 sets 6. special structural features.1 7.9 A/E Statement of Site Visit. etc.16 for format) 6.4 7.2 Meetings & Minutes (Minutes within 3 calendar days of meeting) 7.7 7. fire protection.4.15 SOW Compliance Statement 6. Site Evaluation Borings. Surveys.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.4.4.4.16 Plan Review Record Sheet Current Working Estimate/Cost Analysis Submission Checklist DESIGN DEVELOPMENT PHASE: 7.4.5.2 7. and Soils Analysis (provided with plan submission) Fine Arts Inclusion (all new construction projects regardless of CCE) Design Rendering/Sketches Regulatory Agency Approvals (See Section 6.8 for listing) Confirm Utility Availability (On Site & Public) Sanitary Service Storm Water Domestic Water Gas Service Fire Service Electric Service Telephone Service Cable Service Tank Locations & Sizes PAGE 48 .6 7.4.4.4.12 Figure 6.16 This Submission Checklist (See A/E Manual.8 7. security.3 Correspondence 7.4 Submission Requirements 7. Figure 6.1 Project Schedule (Update Bar Chart Schedule) 7. As-Built Drawing Verification (if available) Space Analysis & Program Requirements (if changed from Schematic Phase) Special Features Description: communications.5 Approval 6.4.4.

4. Fixture Schedule Fire Protection Drawings.16 This Submission Checklist (See A/E Manual. Panel Schedules.1 7.4. Water Pressure & Flow Data Electrical Drawings. include Division 1 and edit to describe the administrative and general requirements of the project) 7.15 SOW Compliance Statement 7.12 Current Working Estimate in CSI Format & Cost Analysis 38 Form 7.6 Respond to Submission Comments Submission Forms Figure 7. Pipe Distribution & Riser Details.17 Deliverables Submission in Booklet Form: 7 sets 7.4.2 Meeting & Minutes (Minutes within 3 calendar days of meeting) 8. Riser Diagram.4.4. Service Size.1 Schedule (Update Bar Chart Schedule) 8.4.3 Correspondence PAGE 49 .16 for format) 7.14 Oral Presentation of Submission to Project Team 7.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.4.4. Hydraulic Calcs.5 Approval 7.4. 2014 7. Alternate Fueled System Plumbing Drawings. Seismic Design Load Criteria HVAC Drawings. Figure 6.11 Specifications: 6 sets (See A/E Manual for format.12 Figure 7. Lighting Design Emergency Power Equipment & Source 7.4. 8.13 Bar Chart of Design and Construction Schedule 7.10 Drawings: 6 sets Cover Sheet (See A/E Manual for format) Site Plan Site Utility Plan Floor Plans Elevations Sections/Details Structural Drawings.4.5. Heating & Cooling Equipment Schedules Economic Comparison of Proposed vs.16 Current Working Estimate/Cost Analysis Submission Checklist FINAL DESIGN PHASE: This Final Design Phase may require more than one submission based on the technical quality and code conformance of the design documents.

11 8.15 Plan Review/SOW Compliance Statement 8/6.8 8.6.4.5 8.6. Soils Analysis (provided with plan submission) Fine Arts Inclusion Framed Rendering and Photographs Regulatory Agency Approvals (Include itemized list specific to this project) Drawings: 6 sets Specifications: 6 sets Current Working Estimate in CSI Format & Cost Analysis 38 Form Bar Chart of Design and Construction Schedule Oral Presentation of this Submission to Project Team Plan Review/SOW Compliance Statement This Submission Checklist Deliverables Submission in Booklet Form: 7 sets Approvals 8.9 Utility Availability Confirmation 8.4.1 Respond to Submission Comments PERMIT APPLICATION PHASE: This Permit Application Phase should not include any additional design issues.8.10 Signed and Sealed Drawings: 6 sets 8.6.4.14 8.12 Current Working Estimate/Cost Analysis 8.4.6.4.4.6.17 8.4.4. 2014 8.16 Submission Checklist PAGE 50 .PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. 8.4.1 8.12 8.8 Regulatory Agency Approvals (a) UCC Permit Application & Technical Sub-codes completed by A/E 8. Surveys.13 Bar Chart Schedule 8.14 Project Presentation (N/A this Project) 8.6.4.4.4.4.6.4.3 8.10 8.4 Submission Requirements 8.4 8.15 8. Design documents shall be 100% complete at the Final Design Phase.5.6.7 8.6.4.6.4.11 Signed and Sealed Specifications: 6 sets 8.13 8.6 Permit Application Submission Requirements 8.16 8.7: If all of the deliverables of these sections have been previously submitted to DPMC and approved there are no further deliverables due at this time 8.5 A/E Statement of Site Visit Space Analysis Special Features Description. 8.6.2 8. Communication/Security/Fire/Smoke/Exhaust) Site Evaluation Borings.1 .

1 9.6.3 Attend Bid Opening 9.4 Recommendation for Contract Award 9.04 9.11 Bid Documents Checklist Bid Proposal Form Notice for Advertising Prepare Letter of Recommendation for Award & Cost Analysis 9.6 Submission Checklist 9.12-b Figure 8.4.1 Original Drawings signed & sealed by A/E.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.1 Chair Pre-Bid Conference/Mandatory Site Visit 9.4.0.6 Cost Analysis Submission Checklist CONSTRUCTION PHASE PAGE 51 .12-c Figure 8. one (1) set AUTOCAD Discs One Unbound Specification Color Coded per A/E Manual Section 8.12 Figure 8.5 Attend Pre-Construction Meeting 9.7 Approvals 8.16 Figure 8.1 Figure 9.16 Figure 8.6.4.6.2 Prepare Bulletins 9.8 Submission Forms Figure 8.05 9.7 Current Working Estimate/Cost Analysis Submission Checklist (Final Review Phase) Bid Proposal Form (Form DPMC -3) Notice of Advertising (Form DPMC -31) Submission Checklist (Permit Phase) Bid Clearance Form (Form DPMC -601) BIDDING AND CONTRACT AWARD: 9.03 9.0 Bidding Phase Requirements ` 9.02 9. 2014 8.7 Submission Forms Figure 9.4.4.

2 10.4 10.3.13.3 Field Changes 10.15 Submit Field Observation Reports 10.14 Construction Photographs 10.3.1 10.13.12.4 Correspondence 10.3.13.8 Approve Contractors 12/13 Form for Subs.4-a Job Meeting Format of Minutes Figure 10.3.5 Prepare and Deliver Conformed Drawings 10.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.4-b Field Report PAGE 52 .3.3 Construction Job Meetings 10.7 Approve Contractors Invoicing and Payment Process 10. Samples and Materials 10. 2014 10.12 Construction Progress Schedule 10.2 CPM Consultant 10. Approve Contractors’ Schedule & Update Minutes Format: Prepare Job Meeting Minutes in approved format.1 Site Construction Administration 10.11 Approve Shop Drawings 10.10 Approve Test Reports 10.3.3.3 10.12.13 Review & Recommend or Reject Change Orders 10.1 Scope Changes 10.2 Pre-Construction Meeting 10.2 Construction Change Orders 10.4-a Agenda: Schedule and Chair Construction Job Meetings Minutes: Prepare and Distribute Minutes within 3 calendar days of meeting Schedules.1 Construction Progress Schedule 10.16 Submission Forms Figure 10. figure 10.

6-e Figure 10.6-f Figure 10. 3 sets AUTOCAD Discs Delivered to DPMC 11.7-a Figure 10.: 7 sets each (b) Guarantees (c) Testing and Balancing Reports (d) Boiler Inspection Certificates (e) Elevator Inspection Report (f) Shop Drawings (g) Letter of Contract Performance 11. Schedule and Execute Close-Out Activities 11. 2014 Figure 10.2 (a) Maintenance and Operating manuals.8.6 Figure 10. Samples & Materials DPMC 12 Request for Change Order DPMC 9b Transmittal Form DPMC 13 Submission Checklist PROJECT CLOSE-OUT PHASE: 11.8 Submission of Close-Out Documentation 11.6 Ensure Issuance of “Temporary Certificate of Occupancy or Approval” 11.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9.6-b Figure 10. Warranties.7 Initiation of Final Contract Acceptance Process 11.6-c Figure 10.2 Commencement: Initiate Close-Out w/DPMC 20A Project Close-Out Form 11.3 Final Cost Analysis-Insurance Transfer DPMC 25 11.1 As-Built & Record Set Drawings.5 Determination of Substantial Completion 11.8.8. etc.7-b Figure 10.6-a Figure 10.6-d Figure 10.1 Responsibilities: Plan.4 This Submission Checklist 11.8.9 Figure 10.9 Final Payment PAGE 53 .3 Develop Punch List & Inspection Reports 11.4 Verify Correction of Punch List Items 11.10 DPMC Insurance Form-24 Unit Schedule Breakdown Monthly Estimate for Payment to Contractor DPMC 11-2 Monthly Estimate for Payment to Contractor DPMC 11-2A Invoice DPMC 11 Prime Contractor Summary of Stored Materials DPMC 11-3 Agreement & Bill of Sale certificate for Stored Materials DPMC 3A Approval Form for Subs.

1 Contractors Final Payment 11.2 Figure 11.4 Project Close-Out Documentation List DPMC 20A Certificate of Substantial Completion DPMC 20D Final Acceptance of Consultant Contract DPMC 20C Request for Contract Transition Close-Out DPMC 20X Final Contract Acceptance Form DPMC 20 Final Cost Analysis Insurance Transfer Form DPMC 25 Submission Checklist XV.3-b Figure 11.5 Figure 11. reports.7 Figure 11. etc.3-a Figure 11.EXHIBITS The attached exhibits in this section will include a sample project schedule.PROJECT NAME: New Residential Group Homes PROJECT LOCATION: Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital PROJECT NO: M1461-00 DATE: June 9. floor plans. drawings.8. 2014 11.8.3-a Figure 11.2 A/E Invoice and Close-Out Forms for Final Payment 11. END OF SCOPE OF WORK PAGE 54 .12 Submission Forms Figure 11.9.11 Ensure Issuance of a “Certificate of Occupancy or Approval” 11. and any supporting documentation to assist the Consultant in the design of the project such as maps. photographs.8. studies.9.3-b Figure 11.10 Final Performance Evaluation of the A/E and the Contractors 11.

: January 29. 2002 Responsible Group Code Table The codes below are used in the schedule field “GRP” that identifies the group responsible for the activity. The table consists of groups in the Division of Property Management & Construction (DPMC).. the groups within the DPMC have been defined to the supervisory level of management (Le. For reporting purposes. third level of management.February 7. CODE DESCRIPTION REPORTS TO ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF: CM Contract Management Group Contract Management CA Client Agency N/A CSP Consultant Selection and Prequalification Group Technical Services NE Architect/Engineer N/A PR Plan Review Group Technical Services CP Construction Procurement Planning & Administration CON Construction Contractor N/A FM Financial Management Group Planning & Administration OEU Office of Energy and Utility Management N/A PD Project Development Group Planning & Administration EXHIBIT ‘A’ . 1997 Rev. the level below the Associate Director) to identify the “functional group” responsible for the activity. as well as groups outside of the DPMC that have responsibility for specific activities on a project that could delay the project if not completed in the time specified.

.ipi..u.Prepare Program Phase Submittal Distribute Program Submittal for Review Prepare & Submit Prbject Cost Analysis (DPMC 38) Review & Approve Program Submittal & Approve Program Submittal CV3021 CV3OZI CV3022 CV3023 AE Review & Approve Final Design Submittal Review Final Design Submiti for Constructability CV3053 CV3054 0 Prlmavera Systems... Bureau of Design & Construction Services Routine Project ni Shetiof3 miii....n.nrn ii .in. i in. ninimi I H tiii. . i . .in. Refer to section “IV Project Schedule” of the Scope of Work for contract phase durations....SubmittalComments CVSO45 CV3OSI CM Review & Approve Design Development Submittal C’13044 ii. ii ii.ui.. DBcA. iii .agn.pti...a : it .. iS .itu.n CV3)l Des h Ix Activity .ini .ni ii . ii. NOTE: Review & Approve Final Design Submittal CV3052 AE Prepare Final Design Phase Submittal Distribute Final Design Submittal for Review Consoljdate&RetumDD.. I Xh 1 bit .TFST OCS PR CA CM CM PR CA Review & Approve Design Development Submittal CV3043 CM Prepare & Submit Project Cost Analysis (DPMC 38) Review & Approve Design Development Submittal CM CV3042 Distribute D D Submittal for Review CM CA CM CM AE C’O47 PrepareDesignDevelopmentPhaseSubmittal Review & Approve Schematic Submittal CV3OS1 Review & Approve Schematic Submittal CV3033 CV3040 CM Review & Approve Schematic Submittal CVSO3Z Consolidate & Return Schematic Submittal Comment Prepare & Submit Project Cost Analysis (DPMC 38) CV3037 CV3035 PR Distribute Schematic Submittal for Review CV3031 CM Prepare Schematic Phase Submittal CV3030 CM Review & Approve Program Submittal Consolidate & Return Program Submittal Comments CV3025 PR CA CM CM AE CM CVSO24 Review Schedule/Conduct Predesign/Project Kick Off Mtg CV3020 tescar. Inc..nni. I quint ‘ p.

Inc. CON Longest Lead Procurement Item Delivered CVtOt3 DBCATEST CON CON Contract Work (50%+) Complete CVSOIO CON Roughing Work Start Perform Roughing Work CVeoia CON CON CON CVSOI I Complete Construction Submittals Preconstrucuon Meeting CV6007 CON Contract StartlContract Work (25%) Complete CVtOO2 CON Project Construction Slartflssue NTP CV6mi CM CP CP AE CM CP CP CM CA PR CM C’ Consfruction Evaluate Bids & Prep Recommendation for Award Evaluate Bids & Prep Recommendation for Award CV5Oi2 CV5OIO CVSOI I Advertise Project & Bid Construction Contracts Open Construction Bids CV500I Advertise-Bid-A ward Review Constr Documents & Secure UCC Permit CV400i Plan Review-PernzztAcgwsthon Prepare & Submit Bidding Cost Analysis (DPMC 38) AE CV3068 CM Prepare & Submit Permit Application Documents CM Review & Approve Final Design Submittal Consolidate & Return Final Design Comments ‘30 II) ‘ . NOTE: Refer to section “IV Project Schedule” of the Scope of Work for contract phase durations.Provide Funding for Construction Contracts Secure Bid Clearance CV4O1O CV4020 Complete Recommendation for Award AwardConstructionContracts/lssueNTP CV5Oi4 CV5020 CON Begin Preconstruction Submittals Longest Lead Procurement Item Ordered Lead Time for Longest Lead Procurement Item Prepare & Submit Shop Drawings CVt()03 CVI5004 CVtOOS CM CON Contract Work (75%) Complete “° @ Pilmavera Systems. L)eseription Activity Routine Project Bureau of Design & Construction Services : Slieet2or3 1 xlii I) it .

Install Interior Finishes Contract Work to Substantial Completion Substantial Completion Declared Complete Deferred Punch List)Seasonal Activities Project Construction Complete Close Out Construction Contracts Construction Contracts Complete Close Out A/E Contract Project Completion Declared CVO3O (DVO3l CVC’075 CV6079 CV6084) CV6O& CV6OSO CV6092 © Primavera Systems. Interior Finishes Start CV)22 t)escription CV6021 - Roughing Work Complete CVO14 Activity 11) . DBCATEST CM CM CM CM CM COI4 CM CON CON CON CON si)r Bureau of Design & Construction Services Routine Project Sheet3of3 : Ixlii bit ‘ . Inc. NOTE: Refer to section “IV Project Schedule” of the Scope of Work for contract phase durations.

M1461-00 New Group Homes Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital 510 Newman Springs Road (Rt.335139. NJ 07746 GPS Coordinates: 40. 510) Marlboro. -74.Location Map DPMC Project No. Monmouth County.237546 Former Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital EXHIBIT ‘B’ .

EXHIBIT 'C' Proposed Location of Group Home 1 Proposed Location of Group Home 2 .