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Combined Sewage Storage

Tunnel (CSST)
Contract No. ISD14-2036

Issued for Tender

Prepared for:
City of Ottawa

Prepared by:
Stantec Consulting Ltd.

CH2M HILL

December 15, 2015

Revision Record
Revision Description
0 Issued for 95% Internal Review
1 Issued for 95% Design
2 Issued for Tender Internal Review
3 Issued for Tender Final Review
4 Issued for Tender

CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 00010
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DIVISION 00 BIDDING AND CONTRACTING REQUIREMENTS Pages


00010 Table of Contents 6
00060 Project Directory 1
00100 Amendments to the CCDC4 2011 Agreement 2
00105 Supplementary Conditions CCDC 4-2011 Specifications 20
Amendments to the CCDC41 2008 Insurance
00110 3
Requirements
00200 Instructions to Tenderers 13
00205 White Paper Instructions to Tenderers 13
00400 Form of Tender 24
00410 Cash Allowances 3
00450 Standard Drawings & Standard Specifications 10
00496 Escrow Bid Documents 5
00496A Escrow Bid Documents Agreement and Attachments 10
00803 Dispute Review Board 9
00803A Dispute Review Board Three Party Agreement 8

DIVISION 01 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Pages


01010 Summary of Work 8
01015 Contractors Use of Premises 9
01025 Measurement and Payment 25
01050 Coordination 6
01060 Regulatory Requirements 12
01080 Manufacturers Services 4
01100 Special Project Procedures 5
01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints 36
01119 Preservation and Protection 6
01120 Pre-construction and Post-construction Survey 6
01160 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan 2
01200 Alternatives 2
01220 Project Meetings 5
01310 Progress Schedules 2
01330 Submittal Procedures 20
01353 Special Procedures: Traffic Control 51
01355 Waste Management and Disposal 7
01420 References 4
01450 Quality Control 12
01510 Temporary Utilities 4
01520 Construction Facilities 12
01560 Temporary Barriers and Enclosures 7
01561 Environmental Protection 5
01635 Value Engineering Change Proposals 4
01705 Contract Work Health and Safety Clauses 12
01710 Tunnel and Shaft Safety 6
01720 Preparation, Mobilization, Demobilization 5
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01740 Cleaning 3
01750 Operations and Maintenance Manual 5
01770 Closeout Procedures 2
01780 Closeout Submittals 6
01810 Commissioning 23
01820 Demonstration and Training 5

DIVISION 02 SITE WORK Pages


02072 Geotextiles 3
02140 Groundwater Control 13
02150 Excavation Support System 7
02200 Site Preparation 2
02222 Demolition and Removal 6
02226 Removal of Existing Asphalt Pavement 3
02228 Blasting 9
02231 Clearing and Grubbing 5
02232 Tree Pruning 5
02260 Mechanically Stabilized Earthen Slopes 7
02311 Site Grading 3
02315 Excavating, Trenching and Backfilling 13
02316 Rock Removal 4
02362 Dust Control 2
02400 Shaft Construction 14
02405 Steel Liner Plates 3
02407 Shaft Secant Piles 12
02410 Drilled Shaft 8
02412 Shaft Backfill 7
02415 Steel Sheet Piling 4
02430 Tunnel Excavation by Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) 30
02437 Rock Reinforcement and Excavation 10
02439 Pre-excavation Grouting from Surface 15
02440 Pipe Jacking 8
02442 Other Tunnel Excavation Methods 7
02444 Tunnel and Shaft Ventilation and Utilities 9
02450 Micropile Foundation 17
02455 Contact Grouting 12
Geotechnical and Structural Instrumentation and 26
02480
Monitoring
02482 Vibration Monitoring 13
02511 Water Mains 4
02530 Sanitary Sewer and Odour Control Ducts 13
02630 Storm Sewer 10
02631 Maintenance Holes and Catch Basins 4
02701 Aggregates: General 3
02702 Aggregates: Landscaping 4
02721 Granular Base 4
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02723 Granular Sub-Base 3


02743 Asphalt Concrete Paving 5
02770 Concrete Walks and Curbs 3
02785 Unit Paving 5
02821 Chain Link Fences and Gates 2
02870 Exterior Site Furnishings 3
02901 Tree and Shrub Preservation 5
02906 Trees, Shrubs and Ground Cover Planting 9
02911 Topsoil Placement and Grading 6
02933 Sodding 6
02980 Restoration 1

DIVISION 03 CONCRETE Pages


03100 Concrete Forms and Accessories 4
03200 Concrete Reinforcement 6
03202 Steel Fibre Reinforcement for Concrete 12
Cast-in-Place Concrete (Shafts and Underground
03300 11
Structures)
03301 Cast-in-Place Concrete (Odour Control Structures) 11
03345 Concrete Finishing and Curing 7
03361 Shotcrete 6
03362 Concrete Sealer 2
03410 Precast Concrete Structures 6
03420 Precast Concrete Tunnel Lining 14
03430 Precast Modular Block Retaining Wall 21
03700 Concrete Restoration 2

DIVISION 04 MASONRY Pages


04051 Common Work Results for Masonry 7
04060 Masonry Mortar and Grout 6
04080 Masonry Anchorage and Reinforcing 5
04090 Masonry Accessories 3
04220 Concrete Masonry Units 10
04412 Granite Cladding 6

DIVISION 05 METALS Pages


05121 Structural Steel for Buildings 5
05310 Steel Deck 3
05500 Metal Fabrications 6
05501 Metal Fabrications - Architectural 6
05502 Metal Fabrications - Landscaping 5

DIVISION 06 WOODS AND PLASTICS Pages


06100 Rough Carpentry 2
06110 Framing and Sheathing 3
06600 Plastic Fabrications 9
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DIVISION 07 THERMAL AND MOISTURE PROTECTION Pages


07130 Self Adhering Sheet Waterproofing 3
07210 Building Insulation 3
07212 Board Insulation 2
07272 Vapour and Air Barriers 3
07420 Plastic Wall Panels 5
07465 Metal Roofing and Wall Cladding 4
07466 Fibre Cement Siding 4
07550 Modified Bituminous Membrane Roofing 10
07620 Flashing and Sheet Metal 2
07710 Vegetation System for Roofing 5
07840 Firestopping and Smoke Seals 3
07900 Joint Sealers 3

DIVISION 08 WINDOWS AND DOORS Pages


08110 Steel Doors and Frames 7
08331 Overhead Coiling Doors 3
08710 Door Hardware 2
08711 Door Hardware Installation 2

DIVISION 09 FINISHES Pages


09910 Paints 9
09930 Protective Coating 8

DIVISION 10 FURNISHINGS Pages


10441 Exterior Signage 3
10520 Portable Fire Extinguishers 2
10990 Manufactured Specialties 2

DIVISION 11 EQUIPMENT Pages


11001 Engineered Fall Arrest System 2
11120 Electric Motor Actuator 13
11160 Process Valves and Piping 6
11201 Stainless Steel Wedge-Style Slide Gates 8
11202 Flap Gates 9
11230 Stop Logs 9

DIVISION 13 SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION Pages


13222 Grease and Mist Eliminator 4
13251 Carbon Adsorption Odour Control 10
13900 Instrumentation and Controls 71
13910 Remote Processing Units 4
13915 Alarm Autodialer / Security System 6
13930 Structured Communications System 32
13991 Control Panels and Junction Boxes 30
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DIVISION 14 CONVEYING EQUIPMENT Pages


14600 Hoists and Cranes 3

DIVISION 15 MECHANICAL Pages


15010 Mechanical General Requirements 5
15053 Motors, Drives and Guards for Mechanical Systems 3
15061 Hangers, Bases and Supports 7
15072 Vibration and Seismic Control for HVAC Equipment 12
15075 Mechanical Identification 5
15081 Thermal Insulation for Piping 8
15082 Thermal Insulation for Ducting 5
15101 Installation of Pipework 4
15142 Domestic Water Piping 4
15151 Drainage, Waste and Vent Piping: Cast Iron and Copper 2
15152 Drainage Waste and Vent Piping - Plastic 2
15187 Copper Tubing and Fittings Refrigerant 4
15401 Plumbing Specialties and Accessories 8
15411 Plumbing Fixtures and Trim 4
15440 Plumbing Pump 4
15480 Domestic Water Heaters 3
15540 FRP Fans 6
15615 Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Duct 7
15731 Split Unit Air Conditioning 4
15766 Unit Heaters - Electric 4
15811 Ductwork Low Pressure to 500PA 5
15820 Duct Accessories 4
15822 Dampers Operating 3
15824 Duct Heaters 2
15831 HVAC Fans 5
15851 Louvres, Intakes and Vents 2
15916 Electric Heating and Cooling Controls 3
15950 Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB) 5

DIVISION 16 ELECTRICAL Pages


16010 Electrical General Requirements 7
16051 Installation of Cables in Trenches and in Ducts 2
16052 Concrete Encased Ducts 2
16053 Metering and Switchboard Instruments 4
16054 Coordination, Short Circuit and Device Evaluation 8
16061 Grounding Primary 2
16062 Grounding Secondary 2
16070 Electrical Demolition 2
16071 Fastenings and Supports 2
16122 Wires and Cables (0-1000V) 5
16131 Splitters, Junction and Pull Boxes 3
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16132 Outlet Boxes, Conduit Boxes and Fittings 2


16133 Conduits, Conduit Fastenings and Conduit Fittings 4
16141 Wiring Devices 3
16151 Wire and Box Connectors (0- 1000V) 1
16153 Connectors and Terminations 1
16223 Motor Starters to 600V 15
16261 SCADA Uninterruptible Power Supply 4
16262 Process Uninterruptible Power Supply 10
16275 Dry Type Transformers up to 600V Primary 2
16370 Electrical Testing from 23V to 15kV 11
16412 Moulded Case Circuit Breakers 1
16414 Disconnect Switches Fused and Non-Fused 3
16441 Panelboards Breaker Type 3
16491 Fuses Low Voltage 2
16505 Lighting Equipment 5
16531 Exit Lights 2
16536 Unit Equipment for Emergency Lighting 3

Appendices:
1. CCDC 4 Unit Price Contract 2011
2. Geotechnical Data Report
3. Geotechnical Baseline Report
4. Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Report
5. Hydrogeological Report Assessment for a Permit to Take Water Application
6. Ministry of Environment DRAFT Permit to Take Water (PTTW) - To be provided by Addendum
7. Ministry of Environment ECA
8. IOS As-Built Drawings
9. RCI As-Built Drawings
10. Real Property Sketches (Referenced in Section 01015 Attachment A).
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OWNER:
City of Ottawa
110 Laurier Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 1J1

Purchasing Officer: Project Manager:


Louise Amyotte-Baker Randy Dempsey, P.Eng.
City of Ottawa City of Ottawa
Supply Management Division Infrastructure Services Department,
100 Constellation Cres., 4th Floor West 100 Constellation Cres., 6th Floor West
Ottawa, Ontario Ottawa, Ontario
K2G 6J8 K2G 6J8
Phone: (613) 580-2424 Ext. 21750 Phone: (613) 580-2424 Ext. 14102
Fax: (613) 560-2126 Fax: (613) 560-6064
E-mail: Louise.Amyotte-Baker@ottawa.ca E-mail: Randy.Dempsey@ottawa.ca
CONSULTANTS

Prime Consultant: Stantec Consulting Ltd. Sub-Consultant: CH2M Hill


Project Manager: Adrien Comeau, P.Eng. Project Manager: Pascal Pitre, M.P.L, P.Eng.
400-1331 Clyde Avenue 1101 Prince of Wales Drive, Suite 330
Ottawa, ON K2C 3G4 Ottawa, ON K2C 3W7

Phone: (613) 724-4406 Phone: (613) 723-8700 ext. 73105


Fax: (613) 722-2799 Fax: (613) 723-7489
E-mail: Adrien.Comeau@stantec.com E-mail: Pascal.Pitre@ch2m.com
Geotechnical Consultant: Golder Associates
Ltd.
Project Manager: Mike Cunningham, P.Eng.
1931 Robertson Road
Ottawa, ON K2H 5B7

Phone: (613) 592-9600


Fax: (613) 592-9601
E-mail: mike_cunningham@golder.com

END OF SECTION

CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 00100
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1 Form of Contract

.1 The form of contract is the agreement as defined by the Canadian Construction Documents Committee,
CCDC 4 - Unit Price Contract 2011 (available from the CCDC at www.ccdc.org) and as amended by this
section and Section 00105.

2 Article A-3 - Contract Documents

.1 DELETE paragraph 3.1 and SUBSTITUTE the following:

"3.1 The following are the Contract Documents referred to in Article A-1 of the Agreement - THE
WORK.
- Section 00100 Amendments to the CCDC4 2011 Agreement
- The Agreement between the City and Contractor, including the definitions
- Addenda, as issued
- Section 00200 - Instruction to Tenderers
- Section 00105 Supplementary Conditions CCDC 4-2011 Specifications
- General Conditions CCDC 4 - 2011 - Unit Price Contract
- Section 00400 - Form of Tender
- Section 00410 Cash Allowances
- Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints
- Specifications as listed in Section 00010 - Table of Contents (Division 00 to Division 16)
- Drawings including all sections as listed in Appendix 1 to the Contract
- CCDC 40 Rules for Mediation
- Section 00110 Amendments to the CCDC41 2008 Insurance Requirements
- CCDC41-2008 Insurance Requirements
- Geotechnical Baseline Report
- Geotechnical Data Report
- Material and Finishing Schedules
- Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) (reference document)
- Application For a Category 3 Permit to Take Water (reference document)
- Other reference documents included in Appendices to the Contract

3 Article A-5 - Payment

.1 In paragraph A-5.3.1 (1), DELETE 2% per annum and REPLACE with 0% per annum.

.2 In paragraph A-5.3.1 (1), DELETE 4% per annum and REPLACE with 0% per annum.

.2 In paragraph A-5.3.2:
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In the first line, DELETE and in the manner prescribe by paragraph 5.3.1 of this article,
And REPLACE with of Prime plus 1%.

4 Article A-7 Language of Contract

.1 In paragraph A-7.1: At the end of the first sentence, DELETE /French.

5 Definitions

.1 Paragraph 4, Consultant:
ADD after the last sentence The contract documents may refer to Consultant, Engineer, Owners
Agent and Contract Administrator. All these have the same meaning as Consultant as defined in
GC2.2.

.2 Paragraph 9, Contractor:
ADD after the last sentence The Contractor shall be the constructor as defined within the Occupational
Health and Safety Act, R.S.O. 1990, c.O.1, as amended, (the Act) subject to sub-clause GC 3.2.1
Construction by Owner or other Contract.

.3 Paragraph 24, Value Added Taxes:


In the first lines, DELETE "or any Provincial" and or Territorial.
In the third line DELETE "the Quebec Sales Tax".

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1 GC 1.1 Contract Documents

.1 DELETE paragraph 1.1.7.1 and SUBSTITUTE the following:

"1.1.7.1 If there is a conflict within Contract Documents:


.1 The order of priority of documents, from highest to lowest, shall be
- Section 00100 Amendments to the CCDC4 2011 Agreement
- The Agreement between the City and Contractor, including the definitions
- Addenda, as issued
- Section 00200 - Instruction to Tenderers
- Section 00105 Supplementary Conditions CCDC 4-2011 Specifications
- General Conditions CCDC 4 - 2011 - Unit Price Contract
- Section 00400 - Form of Tender
- Section 00410 Cash Allowances
- Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints
- Specifications as listed in Section 00010 - Table of Contents (Division 00 to Division 16)
- Drawings including all sections as listed in Appendix 1 to the Contract
- CCDC 40 Rules for Mediation
- Section 00110 Amendments to the CCDC41 2008 Insurance Requirements
- CCDC41-2008 Insurance Requirements
- Geotechnical Baseline Report
- Geotechnical Data Report
- Material and Finishing Schedules
- Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) (reference document)
- Application For a Category 3 Permit to Take Water (reference document)
- Other reference documents included in Appendices to the Contract

.2 At GC 1.1, ADD the following subsections:


1.1.7.5 Notwithstanding paragraphs 1.1.7.1 to 1.1.7.4:

.1 provisions establishing the higher levels of safety, reliability, durability, performance,


quality and service will prevail over provisions establishing lower levels of safety,
reliability, durability, performance, quality and service; and
.2 if the ambiguity, conflict or inconsistency is between a provision of general application
and a provision that applies only to a specific part of the Work, the provision that
applies to the specific part of the Work shall prevail for that specific part of the Work.
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.3 DELETE paragraph 1.1.8 and SUBSTITUTE the following:

"1.1.8 The City shall provide the Contractor up to ten (10) copies of the Contract Documents to perform
the Work. Should the Contractor require additional sets, the contract documents will be made
available to the contractor at their own expense."

2 GC 1.4 Assignment
.1 At GC 1.4, ADD the following subsections:
6.2.4 Change in Ownership and Control

.1 No Change in Ownership of the Contractor, or of any person with any form of direct,
indirect, beneficial or other ownership interest in the Contractor, shall be permitted:

.1 where the person acquiring the ownership interest is a [Restricted Person] or a


person whose standing or activities: (i) are inconsistent with the Citys role (in the
Citys reasonable opinion); (ii) may compromise the reputation or integrity of the
City or any related party; or (iii) are inconsistent with the nature of the City or the
Project, so as to negatively affect public perception of the City or the Project; or

.2 if such Change in Ownership would have a material adverse effect on the


performance of the activities within the scope of Work.

.2 Subject to Section 6.2.4.1 no Change in Control of the Contractor, or of any person with
any form of direct, indirect, beneficial or other ownership interest the Contractor, shall be
permitted without the prior written consent of the City not to be unreasonably withheld or
delayed.

.3 This Section shall not apply to a Change in Ownership or Change in Control of persons
whose Securities evidencing ownership or any other ownership interests are listed on a
recognized stock exchange.

.4 Whether or not the Contractor is required to obtain the Citys consent pursuant to this
Section, the Contractor shall provide notice to the City of any proposed Change in
Ownership or Change in Control of the Contractor, or of any person with any form of
direct, indirect, beneficial or other ownership interest in the Contractor, as the case may
be, within 5 Business Days after such Change in Ownership or Change in Control, and
such notification shall include a statement identifying, in respect of the relevant owners in
the ownership interests of the Contractor, or of any person with an ownership interest in
the Contractor, as the case may be, the holdings prior to and proposed holdings following
the Change in Ownership or Change in Control, respectively.

3 GC 2.2 Role of the Consultant

.1 In paragraph 2.2.3, AMEND the second sentence by adding the following phrase to the end of the sentence:
"... upon the request of the Contractor.".

.2 At paragraphs 2.2.7; DELETE the words: "Except with respect to GC 5.1 - FINANCING INFORMATION
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REQUIRED OF THE OWNER appearing in the first line of 2.2.7.

.3 At paragraph 2.2.15, ADD the following sentence:


"The Consultant is hereby authorized to approve and sign a Change Directive on behalf of the City."

4 GC 3.2 Construction by Owner or Other Contractors

.1 At paragraphs 3.2.2 and 3.2.3; DELETE the words: "When separate contracts are awarded for other parts of
the Project, or and between the words performed by ADD on Site

.2 At paragraphs 3.2.2.2; ADD the words to the end of the sentence: "upon notifying the contractor in writing
accordingly.

.3 At GC 1.4, ADD the following subsections:

3.2.7 Without limiting any other obligations in the Contract, including, but not limited to, Section 01117
Construction Sequences and Constraints and GC 3.2., the Contractor acknowledges and agrees
that:

.1 the Owner may assign the methods and manner (where applicable) of the performance of
the Work, the coordination and scheduling of the performance of the Work and the safety
training in respect of the performance of the Work to the Rideau Transit Group General
Partnership (in this section, RTG) pursuant to an agreement between the Owner and
RTG for the design, construction, financing and maintenance of the Confederation Line
light rail transit system in Ottawa (in this section, the OLRT Contract);

.2 the Contractor shall comply with the instructions of RTG relating to matters of health and
safety, methods and manner (where applicable) of the performance of the Work, and
coordination and scheduling of the performance of the Work with work undertaken by
RTG in respect of the OLRT Contract;

.3 if directed by the Owner, RTG shall have responsibilities as the constructor under the
Ontario Health and Safety Act (Ontario);

.4 if:

.1 the Contractor causes any damage to RTGs work under the OLRT Contract;

.2 RTG incurs any additional costs or there is any delay in the schedule or
performance of its works as a result of the Contractor not complying with the
coordination, scheduling and safety instructions of RTG; or

.3 RTG incurs any additional costs or there is any delay in the schedule or
performance of its work under the OLRT Contract as a result of the performance
of the Work,

then the Contractor shall be responsible for all impacts and consequences of such delay or
additional costs, including to indemnify and to hold harmless the Owner for any change
order issued under the OLRT Contract or amendment made to the OLRT Contract in
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respect thereof, or for any rights or remedies enforced by RTG against the Owner under
the OLRT Contract in respect thereof.

.5 if directed by the Owner, the Contractor shall, in good faith and acting reasonably,
negotiate and enter into any agreements with the Owner and/or RTG that are necessary or
desirable to effect the foregoing requirements of this Section or which are otherwise in
respect of the subject matter hereof, including:

.1 introduction and storage of equipment, tools and other materials on site by the
Contractor;

.2 site security measures;

.3 scheduling of the Contractors works; and

.4 dispute resolution between the parties.

5 GC 3.5 Construction Schedule

.1 ADD to end of 3.5.2 and the owner reserves the right to request more frequent schedule updates of the
project, when the project does not appear to be capable of being completed within the defined time frames of
the contract.

6 GC 3.6 Supervision

.1 ADD to end of 3.6.1 and the owner shall be notified in writing for consideration by the Engineer prior to
changing the Supervisor.

7 GC 3.9 Document on Site

.1 At GC 3.9, ADD the following subsections:


.3.9.2 Record drawings:
.1 The Contractor shall be required to produce and demonstrate to the Engineer on a monthly basis
that Contractor has kept the records of the adjustments of the work on a set of Record drawings
kept on site.
.2 The contractor shall on a monthly basis issue a certificate with their monthly progress payment
request that the Record drawings are complete and up to date as reflected in the work certified to
date.
.3 As part of the project breakdown, the Contractor will identify a schedule of values, as defined in
GC5.2.5, associated with the monthly Record drawing update with a value of a 0.5% of the project
and billed on a monthly basis.
.4 When the Contractor requests for substantial performance, the Contractor shall submit a legible
copy of the marked up Record drawings.
.5 The Contractor will submit operation and maintenance instruction manuals updated and revised to
show construction revisions upon submittal of the marked up record drawings.
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8 GC 5.1 Financing Information Required of the Owner

.1 DELETE paragraph 5.1.1.

9 GC 5.2 Applications For Progress Payment

.1 ADD 5.2.8 as follows: The Contractor shall include an updated work schedule with each progress billing
submission as required in Section 01310, Progress Schedules otherwise payment of progress billing shall be
held back until the updated schedule is submitted.

.2 ADD 5.2.9 as follows: The Contractor shall include an original signed Statutory Declaration and valid WSIB
Certificate of Clearance with all progress payments (note: a statutory declaration is not required on the 1st
Progress Draw).

10 GC 5.5 Payment of Holdback Upon Substantial Performance of The Work

.1 DELETE paragraph 5.5.3 in its entirety.

.2 In paragraph 5.5.4; DELETE the first sentence in paragraph 5.5.4 and SUBSTITUTE the following:
" In a common law jurisdiction, the holdback amount authorized by the certificate for payment of the holdback
amount is due and payable ten (10) days following the expiration of the holdback period stipulated in the lien
legislation applicable to the Place of Work."

.3 DELETE paragraph 5.5.5 in its entirety.

11 GC 5.6 Progressive Release of Holdback

.1 DELETE the third and fourth lines in paragraph 5.6.1 and SUBSTITUTE the following:
"the City may pay the Contractor the holdback amount retained for such subcontract work, or the Products
supplied by such Supplier, ten (10) days following the expiration of the holdback period for such work"

.2 DELETE paragraph 5.6.2 in its entirety

12 GC 5.7 Final Payment

.1 DELETE in the second line of paragraph 5.7.4 "5 days" and SUBSTITUTE "30 days".

13 GC 6.2 Change Order and GC 6.3 Change Directive

.1 ADD the following paragraph:


6.2.4 All Quotations submitted for Changes to the Contract must include all associated cost impacts on
time and shall not be qualified

6.2.5 All approved change orders must account for revisions to added or credited time to the Contract
Schedule. Change Orders approved without the indication of a Change in time period of Contract
cannot be contested at a later date. Additional or credit of time to contract must be represented
with financial credit/extra associated with extension/reduction of contract time or overtime hours
worked.
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6.2.6 This does not prevent the contractor from addressing a claim for cumulative time impact
associated with multiple changes.
.1 Should it be demonstrated that the cumulative impact of multiple individual Change Orders and
should the claim be supported with demonstrated documentation of the variation on the approved
schedule, then the Contractor is entitled to submit costs to the Consultant within 15 days of
notifying the Owner of the change to the schedule.

6.2.7 The adjustment in the Contract Price for a change carried out by way of a Change Order or a Change
Directive as provided in GC 6.2 CHANGE ORDER and GC 6.3 CHANGE DIRECTIVE, shall be in
accordance with the rates and conditions stipulated in this Supplementary Condition.
.1 All labour, equipment, rental of equipment or tools, materials, subcontracts and outside
services to be charged as a result of changes to the scope of the Work will be subject to prior
authorization by the City.
.2 For the determination of the costs associated with Change Orders and Change Directive, the
following provisions will apply:
2.1 The City will reimburse the contractor for "Field Labour Costs" as the actual direct
wages or salaries of the workers, up to and including working foremen, plus actual
payroll burdens, but not including additional cost for full time site superintendent unless
it is clearly demonstrated that additional time above and beyond the extent of the Time
for Completion of Contract / Work.
(i) Payroll Burden" means the payments in respect of workers compensation, vacation
pay, unemployment insurance, public liability, and property damage insurance,
sickness and accident insurance, pension fund and such other welfare and benefit
payments as form part of the Contractor's normal labour costs and will include any
applicable cost or expense which has been incurred by the Contractor for food,
lodging and similar items.
(ii) The Contractor will provide the City with the information required to calculate Field
labour rates within 14 days of the date of Contract Award.
(iii) Field Labour rates for premium portion overtime will be fixed and remain firm for
the duration of this Contract and will not be subject to escalation unless prior
written approval is obtained from the City, and such approval will not be
unreasonably withheld.
(iv) Only labour personnel up to and including working foremen will be chargeable on
additional work and then only to the extent such personnel are directly engaged on
the additional work. The City will not pay for supervision beyond the working
foreman level, nor will it pay for administration or management time spent on
additional work.

2.2 The City will pay the Contractor for the actual cost of materials installed or used directly
in connection with the Work (excepting materials supplied by the City). Payment will be
for the actual cost to the Contractor delivered at the site. Copies of invoices from
delivery companies or transporters' must accompany the Contractor's billing.

2.3 The City will pay for the cost of rentals for Contractor's owned equipment already on
site will be based on the actual time such equipment is used beyond the period the
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equipment was expected to be on site, exclusive of operators time, and on the following
basis:
(i) At established hourly, daily, weekly or monthly rental rates.
(ii) The stipulated rental rates will apply when the number of hours the equipment is
operated does not exceed 175 hours in any one month, or does not exceed 40 hours
in any one week, or does not exceed 8 hours in any one day.
(iii) For rental rates quoted, no differentiation will be made between equipment owned
by Contractor or rented by Contractor from third parties.
(iv) For equipment not already on site, rental agreements and copies of invoices from
equipment Rental Company must accompany the Contractors billing.

.3 Where the Contractor arranged for Work to be carried out by a Subcontractor or its own forces
and has received prior approval from the City prior to the commencement of the Work, the
City will pay the Contractor the approved cost of the Subcontractor's work, plus a 10%
mark-up to the Contractor for all administration, supervision, bonding premiums, record
documentation, overheads and profits.

.4 The City will reimburse the Subcontractor via the contractor or the contractors own forces for
actual Field Labour, material and equipment costs of work performed plus a 15% mark-up to
cover the cost of small tools, expendables and consumables, field overhead, supervision above
working foreman level and all other indirect labour and materials costs not defined as
reimbursable. Expendables and consumables includes all items which are consumed in the
performance of the Work whether or not such materials are incorporated in the permanent
works.

.5 The City will provide for an additional 5% mark-up to the Subcontractor via the contractor for
the profit and overhead associated with Change Orders and Change Directives that are a result
of the Subcontractors necessity to subcontract out a portion of the work.

.6 Maximum mark-up permitted on any Change Order or Change Directive will not exceed an
aggregate total of 35%.

.7 When Change Orders or Change Directives are agreed by the owner to proceed on a time and
material basis or the contractor is preparing a claim against the work, the Contractor must:

.1 Provide daily work records prepared by the Contractor and reporting the labour and
equipment employed and the material used on any specific portion of the Work, to be
reconciled with and signed by the Engineer each day, whenever, in the opinion of the
Engineer, such records are required.

.2 Maintain and keep sufficiently complete and accurate books, payrolls, accounts and
records relating to the Work or any extensions or additions thereto or claims arising
there from to permit the verification and audit thereof and the Contractor will have no
claim for repayment of any nature and kind whatsoever therefore, unless such books,
payrolls, accounts and records have been so maintained and kept.

.3 Submit to the City, at the end of each Working Day a detailed report showing the
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names, occupations and hours worked of all personnel employed that performed work
on a time and material basis, the material supplied and the description and hours of use
for equipment and tools employed.

.4 The City, its Engineer or their agents may inspect and audit the books, payrolls,
accounts and records of the Contractor at any time during the period of the Contract
and at any time thereafter as deemed necessary, and the Contractor will supply payrolls
and any other records required whenever requested by the City.

14 GC 6.4 Concealed or Unknown Conditions

.1 DELETE paragraphs 6.4.1 through 6.4.3 and REPLACE with new paragraphs 6.4.1 through 6.4.3:
6.4.1 The Contractor shall notify the Consultant in writing of the following conditions, known as
concealed or unknown conditions, but hereinafter called changed conditions or differing site
conditions, promptly upon their discovery and before they are disturbed, and in no case shall such
notification be made later than five (5) calendar days after such conditions are discovered:

a) Subsurface or latent physical conditions in the Place of the Work differing materially
from those indicated in the Contract Documents; or

b) Unknown physical conditions in the Place of the Work of an unusual nature differing
materially from those ordinarily encountered and generally recognized as inherent in
Work of the character provided for in the Contract Documents.

The Contractors notification shall provide sufficient description of the conditions as encountered
and how such conditions represent changed conditions so as to allow the Consultant to review and
investigate such conditions as provided in GC 6.4.3.

6.4.2 No claim by the Contractor related to shaft, tunnel, trench or other open-cut excavation shall be
allowed under the Concealed or Unknown Conditions provisions unless the Contractor submits
documentation that demonstrates that such alleged conditions are materially different from those
conditions identified in the Contract Documents and are more adverse than those conditions. The
Contractor shall submit such documentation within 30 calendar days after notification to the
Consultant that the Contractor believes a material difference exists. The Contractor may conduct
any investigations as are reasonably necessary for demonstrating that a material difference exists,
and any and all costs incurred by the Contractor to conduct such investigations shall be borne by
the Contractor unless the Consultant agrees that a material difference in conditions does exist and
that such conditions have a cost and/or time impact. If the Consultant agrees that there is a
material difference that impacts the Contractors cost and/or time of performing the Work,
payment for investigation(s), including necessary testing, to document the material difference will
be paid for by the Owner as part of the cost impact directly associated with the materially different
conditions. Payment will be made by the Owner for reasonable and customary prices for geologic /
geotechnical investigation(s) and testing. The Contractor is encouraged to review such planned
investigations and/or testing with the Consultant prior to execution of the same. The Consultant
will be sole judge of what is reasonable and customary.

In addition to the documentation to support the Contractors position that concealed or unknown
conditions exist, the Contractor shall also submit documentation, backup, justification, and
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compensation, as is necessary, for the alleged impact to Contractors cost of and/or time required
for performance of the Work. Such documentation shall be submitted within the 30-day period
cited above.

The Owner and Consultant agree a priori that the full extent of the alleged concealed or unknown
conditions may not be known within the 30-day period cited above for submission of
documentation. If the full extent of the alleged concealed or unknown conditions is not known
within the 30-day period, the Contractor shall submit such documentation as may be available
within the required period. The Contractor shall submit all additional documentation as may be
required to support its position that materially different conditions exist and to document the cost
and/or time impact on the performance of the Work within 30 calendar days of the date on which
the full extent of such conditions is determined. The Contractor shall promptly notify the
Consultant when the full extent of the alleged changed conditions is known.

The Contractor expressly agrees to maintain Daily Work Records as required by GC 6.3.9 to
include detailed daily labor, material, production, and equipment logs defining hours and costs for
all periods of Contractor performance representing claimed concealed or unknown site conditions.
These logs shall fully separate bid Contract Work from Work associated with addressing and
overcoming claimed concealed and unknown conditions. These Daily Work Records shall
constitute documentation of performance, and the Contractor and Consultant agree to attempt to
reconcile their respective Daily Work Records on a daily basis. Such reconciliation of Daily Work
Records shall not be construed by the Contractor to indicate acceptance of the Contractors claim
of concealed or unknown site conditions or cost or time impact to the Contractors performance of
the Work. The failure of the Contractor to maintain Daily Work Records shall render the
Consultants Daily Work Records as definitive.

6.4.3 The Consultant shall, after Contractor notification of the existence of concealed or unknown
conditions, promptly review the conditions, and if the Consultant finds that such conditions do
constitute changed conditions as defined in GC 6.4.1 and cause an increase in or decrease in the
Contractors cost of, or the time required for, performance of any part of the Work defined in the
Contract Documents, an equitable adjustment shall be made, and the Contract Documents shall be
modified in writing in accordance with the provisions of General Conditions Part 5 Payment and
other applicable paragraphs within Part 6 Changes in the Work.

The Consultants review will overlap with the period of time during which the Contractor is
required to assemble and submit initial and final documentation regarding the claim. Within 30
calendar days of the receipt of the Contractors initial documentation, the Consultant will advise
the Contractor, in writing, of the Consultants initial opinion as to the existence of changed
conditions. The Contractor acknowledges that a final determination cannot be made until after the
Contractor submits its final documentation as required in GC 6.4.2. The Consultant will advise
the Contractor of the Consultants final determination, in writing, within 30 calendar days of
receipt of the Contractors full documentation of the nature of and cost and/or time impacts of the
alleged concealed or unknown conditions. Alternatively the Consultant may request able infraction
or enter negotiations with the Contractor over the cost with respect to time impacts,

If the Consultant determines that concealed or unknown conditions do not exist, and therefore,
there is no justification for an adjustment in Cost or Time of the Work, the Consultant will so
advise the Contractor in writing. Should the Contractor disagree with such determination, the
Contractor agrees to initially engage the Consultant in negotiations and then implement other
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dispute resolution provisions of Part 8 Dispute Resolution of the General Conditions, as modified
by these Supplementary Conditions, to resolve the dispute regarding the Consultants
determination.

No claim by the Contractor for an equitable adjustment hereunder shall be allowed if asserted
after the date on which the Substantial Performance Certificate is issued by the Consultant.

6.4.3 For greater certainty, the Owner may avail itself of the dispute resolution provision under this
Contract in respect of any matters under this Section 6.4.

15 GC 6.5 Delays

.1 ADD the following paragraph:


"6.5.6 The costs which the Contractor may, from time to time, be entitled to pursuant to the provisions
of paragraphs 6.5.1, 6.5.2 or 6.5.3 shall not include loss of profits or consequential damages and
"reasonable costs" shall be specifically defined as documented, itemized costs directly
attributable to delay and categorized as follows:
- extended job supervision
- extended site office overhead
- extended use of construction equipment
- wage and material cost escalation
- extended head office overhead and profit for the work at a reasonable rate demonstrated by
the Contractor.

.2 ADD the following paragraph:


"6.5.7 Upon notice of Delay, the Contractor shall demonstrate the impact of the delay clearly identified
on each subsequent schedule update.

16 GC 6.6 Claims for Change in Contract Price

.1 CHANGE the following paragraph:


"6.6.1 ADD to the first sentence after the first word claim other than covered by GC 6.5 Delays.

17 GC 7.1 Default Notice

.1 At paragraphs 7.1.2, ADD the following subsections:


.1 If, in the opinion of the City or Citys Agent, the Contractor fails to satisfactorily carry out the
obligations and duties of an employer and/or constructor as required under the Occupational
Health and Safety Act, the City reserves the right to immediately notify the Contractor in writing
of the alleged default.
.2 Upon issuance, the notice of alleged default shall be signed off by both the Contractor and the
City or Citys Agent.
.2. At paragraphs 7.1.3, ADD the following subsections
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.4 In the case of an alleged default under GC 7.1.2.1, upon receipt of written notice, the Contractor
shall take action forthwith to correct the default to the satisfaction of the City or Citys Agent.
.3 At paragraphs 7.1.4.2, ADD the following subsections:
.1 In the case of an alleged default under GC 7.1.2.1, and should the Contractor disagree with the
alleged default, the City or Citys Agent reserves the right to terminate all or part of the work and
immediately contact the Ontario Ministry of Labour to render a decision.
.2 In the case of an alleged default under GC 7.1.2.1, should it be determined by the Ontario
Ministry of Labour that a default did not occur, the City will reimburse all expenses to the
Contractor for the termination of all or part of the work.

18 GC 7.2 Contractor's Right to Suspend the Work or Terminate the Contract

.1 DELETE paragraph 7.2.3.1 in its entirety.

.2 In paragraph 7.2.3.4 DELETE in the first and second lines the words "except for GC 5.1 - FINANCING
INFORMATION REQUIRED OF THE OWNER".

19 GC 8.1 Authority of the Consultant

.1 REVISE paragraph 8.1.2 to read:


8.1.2 If a dispute arises under the Contract, regardless of whether or not the Consultant has authority under the
Contract to make a finding or the parties are unable to reach agreement following procedures stated in GC 8.2,
the procedures set out in paragraph 8.1.3, paragraphs 8.2.3 to 8.2.8 of GC 8.2 NEGOTIATION, DISPUTE
REVIEW BOARD, MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION, and GC 8.3 - RETENTION OF RIGHTS apply to
that dispute with the necessary changes to detail as may be required.

20 GC 8.2 Negotiation, Mediation and Arbritration

.1 Article GC 8.2 is renamed to NEGOTIATION, DISPUTE REVIEW BOARD, MEDIATION AND


ARBITRATION.

.2 ADD new paragraph 8.2.2 and RENUMBER current paragraphs 8.2.2 and 8.2.3 to be 8.2.3 and 8.2.4:
"8.2.2 This Contract shall include a Dispute Review Board. The specific details and requirements for engaging
the Dispute Review Board and for its operation during the period of the Contract are provided in Section
00803 Dispute Review Board."

.3 ADD new paragraph 8.2.5 and RENUMBER current paragraphs 8.2.4 through 8.2.8:
8.2.4 As provided and following the requirements and procedures stipulated in Specification Section 00803,
Dispute Review Board, prior to engaging in either mediation or arbitration to resolve disputes, either the
Contractor or Owner shall refer a dispute to the Dispute Review Board for action and resolution.

.4 REVISE renumbered paragraph 8.2.6 to read:


8.2.6 After a period of 10 Working Days following receipt of the Dispute Review Boards written findings or
receipt of clarification of such findings, if such clarification is requested by either the Owner or Contractor, if
either party provides written notice to the other party that it rejects the Dispute Review Boards findings and
neither party appeals the findings or requests the Dispute Review Board to reconsider, the parties shall request
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the Project Mediator to assist the parties to reach agreement on any unresolved dispute. The mediated
negotiations shall be conducted in accordance with the Rules for Mediation of Construction Disputes as
provided in CCDC 40 in effect at the time of bid closing.

.5 In RENUMBERED paragraphs 8.2.6 through 8.2.10, REVISE paragraph references to other paragraphs
within the current paragraphs of GC 8.2 to match the paragraph renumbering described above.

21 GC 8.3 Retention of Rights

.1 DELETE paragraph 8.3.1 and SUBSTITUTE the following:


"8.3.1 It is agreed that no act by either party shall be construed as a renunciation or waiver of any rights or
recourses."

22 GC 9.1 Protection of Work and Property

.1 ADD the following sentence at the end of paragraph 9.1.2:


In addition, the Contractor is responsible to call all Utilities for service locates prior to commencing the work.
Should the Contractor fail to call the necessary Utilities for locates, the Contractor will be responsible for all
costs associated with the remedial measures to reinstate the existing service.

23 GC 9.2 Toxic and Hazardous Substances and Materials

.1 DELETE paragraph 9.2.1 in its entirety.

.2 DELETE paragraph 9.2.3 in its entirety.

.3 ADD the following paragraph:

"9.2.5.5 The reporting requirements of this provision do not relieve the Contractor from its legal
responsibilities pursuant to any municipal, provincial or federal legislation."

.4 DELETE paragraph 9.2.8 in its entirety.

.5 DELETE paragraph 9.2.9 in its entirety.

.6 ADD the following sentence to the end of paragraph 9.2.6:


"The costs which the Contractor may, from time to time, be entitled to shall not include loss of profit or
consequential damages."

24 GC 10.2 Laws, Notices, Permits and Fees

.1 ADD the following to the end of the first sentence in paragraph 10.2.3:
"which were in force at the date of bid closing, and those in force at the time of execution of works."

25 GC 11.1 Insurance

.1 ADD the following sentence at the end of paragraph 11.1.1.1:


"If the Contractor is to engage in blasting operations, it shall ensure that it obtains an endorsement to its general
liability insurance which overrides the blasting exclusion in that general liability insurance so that the
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Contractor is insured for its blasting operations until the date of acceptance of the entire work by the City. If
the Contractor employs Subcontractors for blasting operations, the Contractor shall ensure that its subcontract
includes the requirements for blasting coverage as provided herein and the additional insureds required by this
Contract".

.2 ADD the following paragraph:


"11.1.9 The Contractor shall provide the City with an original Certificate of Insurance and shall ensure
that the City at all times is in receipt of a valid Certificate of Insurance for all the policies
required by GC 11.1. The Contractor shall ensure that the Certificate of Insurance states that
thirty (30) days prior written notice shall be given to all the named insureds in the event of any
changes, cancellation or termination of the policies. The City's receipt and acceptance of a
Certificate of Insurance is in no way an approval of the Contractor's policy or policies of
insurance, and does not affect the obligations to insure set out in this GC 11.1 -INSURANCE.

The City may withhold payment of any monies due to the Contractor under this or any other
contract until the Contractor has provided the City with a valid Certificate of Insurance as
required by this condition."

26 GC 12.1 Indemnification

.1 ADD the following paragraph 12.1.1.1 (3):


"(3) any breach of a representation or warranty by the party from whom indemnification is sought; and

.2 ADD the following sentence at the end of paragraph 12.1.1:


Without limitation, no claim for indemnity shall be made by the Contractor under this paragraph 12.1 in
respect of a differing site condition described in GC 6.4 CONCEALED OR UNKNOWN CONDITIONS,
which GC 6.4 CONCEALED OR UNKNOWN CONDITIONS shall be the sole and exclusive remedy of the
Contractor in respect of such differing site conditions.

.3 ADD the following paragraph 12.1.2.4:


".4 the limits of indemnity set forth in paragraphs 12.1.2.1 and 12.1.2.2 shall not apply in cases of
willful misconduct or deliberate acts of wrongdoing.

.4 REPLACE paragraph 12.1.5.2 with the following paragraph 12.1.5.2:


.2 arising out of the Contractor's performance of the Contract which are attributable to a lack of or
defect in title or an alleged lack of or defect in title to the Place of the Work, provided that no
indemnity is provided by the Owner, and no claim shall be asserted by the Contractor, in respect
of any matter which is set out as a restriction, encumbrance or other limitation on the Place of
Work in this Contract, including schedule constraints and use of the premises constraints outlined
in Section 01015 (Contractors Use of Premises) and Section 01117 (Construction Sequences and
Constraints).

.5 ADD the following paragraph 12.1.7:


"12.1.7 Without limiting or impairing any indemnity by, or other obligation of, the Contractor in this
Contract:
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.1 The Contractor shall indemnify and save harmless the Owner from and against all
claims, demands, loss, costs, damages, suits and actions whatsoever, including any claim
for personal injury and any loss or for damage to property, which arise out of or in
connection with the entry onto and use of the Site 6 staging area and access through
PWGSC property north of Wellington Street, including any made by PWGSC against the
Owner. If PWGSC is made a party to any litigation commenced by or against the Owner
or the Contractor, the Contractor will promptly indemnify and hold harmless the Owner,
PWGSC and its agents and will pay to the Owner (whether for its own benefit of for
PWGSC) all costs and expenses incurred or paid by Owner in connection with such
litigation, including any costs and expenses claimed by PWGSC against the Owner.
.2 The Contractor hereby releases and discharges the Owner and PWGSC, and their
respective employees and anyone for whom it is responsible in law, from any claim,
demand or action whatsoever as a result of any loss, damage, injury or death suffered by
the Contractor or any of its contractors, employees and anyone for whom it is responsible
in law, howsoever caused, arising from use or occupancy of Site 6 staging area and access
through PWGSC property north of Wellington Street. This paragraph constitutes a full
waiver and release in favour of the Owner and PWGSC for any such claim.
.3 Neither the Owner nor PWGSC warrants safe access to, on or under the Site 6 staging
area and access through PWGSC property north of Wellington Street. Such access or the
presence of the Contractor, its employees, contractors, servants, licensees and agents on
Site 6 staging area and access through PWGSC property north of Wellington Street shall
be solely at the risk and peril of the Contractor and the Contractor assumes all risk of loss,
damage to property of, or injury to itself, its servants, contractors, agents, employees or
Contractor in connection or in any way related therewith. Neither the Owner nor
PWGSC shall have responsibility for any such loss, damage or injury, or for any safety
related issues. Neither the Owner nor PWGSC has made and does not make any
representation as to the present or future conditions of the Site 6 staging area and access
through PWGSC property north of Wellington Street. The Contractor covenants,
represents and warrants that any employee, contractor, servant, agent or licensee that will
access the real property will be adequately trained and at all times comply with all
applicable health and safety laws and requirements.
.4 For greater certainty, the indemnities and releases in this paragraph 12.1.7 are not
subject to the limitations in paragraph 12.1.3.

.6 ADD the following paragraph 12.1.8:


"12.1.8 Without prejudice to the parties rights in respect of payments or liquidated damages provided for
herein, the indemnities under this Contract shall not apply and there shall be no right to claim
damages for breach of this Contract, in tort or on any other basis whatsoever, to the extent that
any loss claimed by either party is:
.1 for punitive, exemplary or aggravated damages;
.2 for loss of profits, loss of use, loss of production, loss of business or loss of business
opportunity sustained by either party and not by third parties; or
.3 is a claim for consequential loss or for indirect loss of any nature suffered or allegedly
suffered by either party.
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.7 ADD the following paragraph 12.1.9:


"12.1.9
.1 Subject to the indemnities provided herein, neither party shall be liable in tort to the
other party in respect of any negligent act or omission of any such person relating to or in
connection with this Contract and no such person shall bring such a claim.
.2 Notwithstanding any other provision of this Contract, and except to the extent
recovered under any of the insurances required pursuant to this Contract, neither Party
shall be entitled to recover compensation or make a claim under this Contract, or any
other agreement in relation to the Project, in respect of any loss that it has incurred (or
any failure of the other party) to the extent that the party has already been compensated in
respect of that loss or failure pursuant to this Contract, or otherwise.
.3 The Owner and the Contractor shall at all times take commercially reasonable steps to
minimize and mitigate any loss for which the relevant party is entitled to bring a claim
against the other party pursuant to this Contract.

27 GC 13 Changes in the Work

.1 ADD the following General Condition:

"GC 13 CHANGES IN THE WORK

13.1 The Contractor shall inform the Surety Company or Companies who have issued Performance Bonds or
Labour and Material Payment Bonds for this Contract, if any change to the Contract requires
adjustments of the bonds, the Contractor shall initiate and pay for such adjustments.

13.2 The Contractor shall advise the Engineer if the schedule is affected by any change and obtain
authorizations from the Engineer before proceeding with related work which may affect contemplated
changes. The Contractor shall advise the Engineer of the effect on the overall schedule, if any, due to
changes required by a Change Directive"."

28 GC 14 Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy

.1 ADD the following:

"GC 15 MUNICIPAL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION AND PROTECTION OF PRIVACY

15.1 The Contract, including all Contract Documents, shall become public information, unless the Contractor
specifically requests that certain parts of the Form of Tender remain confidential subject to the
Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act"."

29 GC 15 Retail Sales Tax-Non-Resident Contractors

.1 ADD the following General Condition:

"GC 15 RETAIL SALES TAX - NON-RESIDENT CONTRACTORS

15.1 If the Contractor is a non-resident Contractor, as defined in the Retail Sales Tax Act, R.S.O. 1990,
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c.R.31 as amended, it will obtain and provide the City with a duplicate copy of a valid certificate issued
by the Minister of Revenue indicating that the Contractor has fulfilled its obligation to deposit funds or a
guarantee bond with the Treasurer of Ontario to secure payment of the tax payable in respect of tangible
personal property consumed or used pursuant to or in the carrying out of the Contract.

15.2 The non-resident Contractor will provide the certificate within seven (7) Working Days of the date the
City requests it. If the non-resident Contractor fails to provide the appropriate certificate within the time
limit specified by this condition, the City may, in addition to any other remedies which it might have,
withhold from payment to the non-resident Contractor, an administration fee, to be determined by the
City, to cover costs incurred by the City to comply with the requirements of the Retail Sales Tax Act."

30 GC 16 Integrity Provisions

.1 ADD the following General Condition:

"GC 16 INTEGRITY PROVISIONS

.1 The Contractor represents, warrants and covenants to the Owner that:


(1) no Restricted Person has or will have Direct or Indirect power or control over the Contractor in
relation to the decisions, management, actions or policies of the Contractor or in relation to the
operation, management and ownership of the Project;
(2) no Restricted Person has or will have directly or indirectly, an Economic Interest in the
Contractor or the Project;
(3) it is not now, and will not become, a Restricted Person; and
(4) in respect of the Project, it and its subcontractors have not contracted with, and will not
contract with, any person that is a Restricted Person.

31 GC 17 Contractor Requirements under the City of Ottawas Federal Contribution Agreement

.1 ADD the following General Condition:

"GC 17 CONTRACTOR REQUIREMENTS UNDER THE CITY OF OTTAWAS FEDERAL


CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

17.1 Without altering, impairing or limiting any other obligations of the Contractor in the Contract, the
Contractor acknowledges and agrees that for a period ending on the earlier of eight (8) years after the
earlier of the Substantial Completion Date or the termination of this Contract:

.1 the Contractor shall provide and shall cause each subcontractor to provide to the Owner all
information, reports, documents, records and the like, in the possession of, or available to, the
Contractor as the Owner may reasonably require from time to time for any purpose in connection
with this Contract. The Contractor shall use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that, for
such purpose, all such information, reports, documents, records and the like in the possession of,
or available to the subcontractors shall be available to the Contractor and the Contractor shall
include relevant terms in all subcontracts to this effect;
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.2 all information, reports, documents and records in the possession of, or available to, the
Contractor which are required to be provided to or available to the Owner hereunder, shall be
subject and open to inspection and audit by the Owner at any time and from time to time, which
inspection and audit shall take place during normal business hours and at the Contractors normal
places of business unless the Owner and the Contractor otherwise agree. The Owner shall also
have the right to monitor and audit the performance of any and all the activities within the Work
wherever located, and the Contractor shall cooperate with, and shall require each subcontractor to
cooperate with, and provide access to the representatives of the Owner monitoring and auditing
the Work, including providing them with access and copies (at the Owners reasonable cost) of
all relevant information, reports, documents and records pertaining to the performance of the
activities within the Work. Except as otherwise provided herein, all of the Owners costs for the
inspections, audits and monitoring shall be borne by the Owner;

.3 in conducting an audit of the Contractor hereunder or as otherwise provided under this Contract,
the Owner shall have all rights necessary or incidental to conducting an audit, including the right
to have access to and inspect and take copies (at the Owners reasonable cost) of all books and
records of the Contractor required to be provided to or available to the Owner hereunder, upon
reasonable notice and at reasonable times. The Contractor shall fully cooperate with the Owner
and its auditors in the conduct of any audits, including by making available all such records and
accounts in existence at that time as they may require to perform a full and detailed audit, and the
Contractor further agrees to promptly review and settle with the Owner all matters arising from
such audits, including the refunding of monies to the Owner where applicable. At the reasonable
request of the Owners auditors, the Contractor shall provide such information, reports,
documents and records as the Owners auditors may reasonably require;

.4 the Owners rights pursuant to this section shall be in addition to, and shall not limit, any other
audit, information, inspection or similar rights under this Contract; and

.5 the Owners rights pursuant to this section shall not limit or restrict any governmental authoritys
(including its own) right of review, audit, information or inspection under applicable law. Upon
notice to the Contractor, the Owners right pursuant to this section may also be exercised by Her
Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario, the Auditor General of Ontario, Her Majesty the Queen
in Right of Canada, the Auditor General of Canada and anyone acting on their behalf without the
requirement for further action on the part of the Owner.

17.2 Without altering, impairing or limiting any other obligations of the Contractor in the Contract
Documents, the Contractor acknowledges and agrees that throughout the term of the Contract, without
any prejudice to any access rights of any such person as a member of the general public or pursuant to
applicable law, the Owner and its agents and representatives shall have unrestricted access to the Place
of Work and any workshop where materials, or equipment are being manufactured, prepared or stored at
all reasonable times during normal working hours, including for the purposes of general inspection or
audit, or of attending any test or study being carried out in respect of the Work, or to fulfill any
statutory, public or other duties or functions. In exercising their access rights under this section the
Owner shall (i) provide reasonable prior notice appropriate to the circumstances (other than for any
offices or other facilities provided at the Place of Work for the use of the Owner or its agents and
representatives); and (ii) comply with all relevant safety procedures and any reasonable directions with
regard to site safety that may be issued by or on behalf of the Contractor from time to time. With the
prior authorization of the Owner, any of the Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario, the Auditor
General of Ontario, Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, the Auditor General of Canada and
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anyone acting on their behalf shall also have access to the Place of Work and other sites.

17.3 Without altering, impairing or limiting any other obligations of the Contractor in the Contract
Documents, the Contractor acknowledges and agrees that it shall comply with all applicable laws in
undertaking the Work, including all applicable labour, environmental, and human rights legislation.

17.4 Subject to sections 17.4.1 and 17.4.2, but notwithstanding anything else in the Contract to the contrary,
the Contractor acknowledges and agrees that, in accordance with the transparency and accountability
principles of the Owner, the Owner has a right to disclose or publish (including on websites) this
Contract, any or all terms hereof, including any or all contractual submissions and other records kept in
accordance with the Contract, any information related to the performance of the Contractor or any
related persons or any information derived from the Contract or the information related to the
performance of the Contractor (or any related party or subcontractor) as the Owner, in its discretion,
may consider appropriate. In exercising its discretion, the Owner will be guided by the principles set
out in sections 17.4.1 and 17.4.2.

.1 the Owner will not disclose portions of the Contract or any terms hereof, including any
contractual submissions or other records kept in accordance with the Contract, any information
related to the performance of the Contractor (or any related party or subcontractor) or any
information derived from this Contract or the information related to the performance of the
Contractor (or any related party or subcontractor) which would be exempt from disclosure under
section 10(1) of the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Ontario);
and

.2 notwithstanding section 17.4.1, where a compelling public interest in the disclosure of the
information clearly outweighs the public interest in limiting the disclosure of the information
supplied by the Contractor (or any related party or subcontractor), the Owner may disclose such
information.

17.5 The Owner may disclose this Contract, any or all terms hereof, including any or all contractual
submissions and other records kept in accordance with this Contract, any information related to the
performance of the Contractor (or any related party or subcontractor) or any information derived from
this Contract or the information related to the performance of the Contractor (or any related party or
subcontractor) to any of the Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario, the Auditor General of Ontario,
Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, the Auditor General of Canada and anyone acting on their
behalf in connection with funding and/or contribution agreements made in respect of this Project. In the
event of such disclosure, the Contractor acknowledges and agrees that:

.1 such persons may be subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
(Ontario), Access to Information Act (Canada) or other applicable laws in respect of protection
and/or disclosure of such information;

.2 such disclosure is not limited or prohibited by this Contract; and

.3 subject to compliance with, as applicable, Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
(Ontario), Access to Information Act (Canada) or other applicable laws, such persons will be free
to use, disclose or publish (including on websites) any information on such terms and in such
manner as they see fit.
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17.6 The Contractor acknowledges and agrees during the term of this Contract that:

.1 public communications activities undertaken by the Owner, or by the Contractor if directed by


the Owner, may include or refer to Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario and Her Majesty
the Queen in Right of Canada in connection with funding and/or contribution agreements made
in respect of this Project;

.2 the Owner, together with Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario and Her Majesty the Queen
in Right of Canada may have regular media events about the funding and status of the Project.
Key milestones may be marked by public events, news releases and/or other mechanisms. The
Contractor will use commercially reasonable efforts to accommodate such events, including at the
Place of Work, when requested by the Owner at no additional cost or expense to the Owner; and

.3 the Owner may request that the Contractor install signage on the Place of Work supplied by the
Owner identifying the Project and the Contractor will use commercially reasonable efforts to
accommodate such signage when requested by the Owner, all at no additional cost or expense to
the Owner.
32 Definitions

.1 ADD the following Definitions:

Change in Ownership means, with respect to a person, any change in ownership, whether beneficial or otherwise,
of any of the securities of ownership of such person, or in the direct or indirect power to vote or transfer any of the
securities of ownership of such person.

Change in Control means, with respect to a person: (a) any Change in Ownership, where the effect of such change
is to result in control of the decisions made by or on behalf of such person subsequently being with a different entity
or entities than prior to such change; (b) any other change in respect of the power to elect a majority of the directors of
the person or otherwise control the decisions made on behalf of such person; or (c) any other change of direct or
indirect power to direct or cause the direction of the management, actions or policies of such person.

Direct or Indirect Power or Control means the direct or indirect power or control over the decisions,
management, actions or policies of a person, including through the direct or indirect power or control over the
decisions, management, actions or policies of any persons having direct or indirect power or control over the
decisions, management, actions or policies of any other person, whether through:
- ownership, beneficial or otherwise, of any of the shares, units or equity interest of a person;
- the direct or indirect power to vote any of the shares, units or equity interests of a person; or
- the direct or indirect power or authority to influence or direct the approval of a decision, the
management, actions or policies of a person or to prevent the approval of a decision, the management,
actions or policies of a person through any contractual right or other power or interest with or over a
person.

Economic Interest means any right to receive, directly or indirectly and whether in cash or in kind, a payment,
repayment, fee, interest, dividend, distribution, redemption or any other consideration of benefit or value to the
recipient of any nature whatsoever.
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Restricted Person means any person who (or any member of a group of persons acting together, any one of
which):
- has, directly or indirectly, its principal or controlling office in a country that is subject to any economic
or political sanctions imposed by Canada for reasons other than its trade or economic policies;
- is or has been involved in the illegal manufacture, sale, distribution or promotion of narcotic substances
or arms, or is or has been involved in the promotion, support or carrying out of terrorism;
- in the case of an individual, he or she (or in the case of a legal entity, any of the members of the board
of directors or its senior executive managers) has been sentenced to imprisonment or otherwise given a
custodial sentence (other than a suspended sentence) for any criminal offence (other than minor traffic
offences or misdemeanours) less than 5 years prior to the date at which the determination of whether
the person falls within this definition is being made;
- has as its primary business the acquisition of distressed assets or investments in companies or
organizations which are or are believed to be insolvent or in a financial standstill situation or potentially
insolvent;
- is subject to any claim of the Owner, the Province of Ontario or the Government of Canada in any
proceedings (including regulatory proceedings) which have been concluded or are pending at the time
at which the determination of whether the person falls within this definition is being made and which
(in respect of any such pending claim, if it were to be successful) would, in the Owners view, in either
case, be reasonably likely to materially affect the ability of the Contractor to perform its obligations
under this Contract; or
- has been convicted of an offence under the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist
Financing Act (Canada), has been convicted of an offence relating to anti-competitive behaviour under
the Competition Act (Canada), or has been convicted of the commission of a money laundering offence
or a terrorist activity financing offence under the Criminal Code (Canada).

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 00110
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2008 INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
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.1 REPLACE paragraph 1 with the below text:


The City of Ottawa shall purchase and maintain in full force at all times, from the execution of the Contract through to
Construction Completion:

Wrap-up comprehensive liability insurance with a combined single limit of liability of not less than one
hundred million dollars ($100,000,000) per occurrence and in aggregate for bodily injury, personal injury and
property damage including loss of use thereof. The policy shall be primary over and above any other existing
policy. The insured parties under the policy shall include the successful Contractor, all sub-consultants and all
subcontractors. The deductible shall be not less than one hundred thousand dollars (100,000); the first fifty
thousand (50,000) shall be paid by the Contractor or Contractors responsible for the loss to the City of
Ottawa. If more than one Contractor is involved, the City of Ottawas Representative shall be the sole judge as
to how the deductible is apportioned.

Upon notification of a claim being made, the City of Ottawa shall, at its sole discretion, be entitled to retain the
amount of the deductible in whole or in part from payment to the Contractor. Such amount will be applied by
the City of Ottawa in satisfaction of that claim and excess amounts, if any, will be paid to the Contractor
in the event and at such time as the claim is settled, dismissed or withdrawn. Notwithstanding the foregoing,
the City of Ottawa may, at its sole discretion, issue an invoice to the Contractor for the actual amount
of the claim settlement up to the amount of the deductible, and if the invoice is not paid within thirty (30)
days, the City of Ottawa shall deduct such amount from a future payment due to the Contractor

Such insurance shall include but not be limited to:


Products and broad form completed operations liability; the completed operations liability coverage shall
remain in effect for a period of not less than twenty-four ( 24) months after Construction
Completion;
Premises, property and operations;
Occurrence property damage;
Medical payments;
Owners and contractors protective liability;
Blanket contractual liability
Contingent employer's liability;
Personal injury liability;
Non-owned automobile liability;
Cross liability with respect to additional insureds;
Severability of interest clause;
Employees as additional insureds;
Broad form property damage endorsement;
Operation of attached machinery; and
Sudden and accidental pollution,
Blasting, demolition, pile driving
Caisson work or tunnelling

.2 REPLACE paragraph 2 with the below text:


The City of Ottawa shall maintain for the term of the Project, Environmental Liability Insurance which will
cover the Contractor and Subcontractors on the Project. Such Environmental Liability Insurance shall provide
coverage for on site cleanup of new conditions, third party claims for on-site and off-site bodily injury and
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property damage, and off-site clean up for a limit of not less than twenty five million dollars ( $25,000,000) per
occurrence and in the aggregate. If such insurance is issued on a claims made basis, such insurance shall contain a
24 month extended reporting period or be maintained for a period of two years subsequent to completion of the
project.

Claims under this insurance shall be subject to a deductible of one hundred thousand dollars ( $100,000)
per claim. The first fifty thousand dollars ($50,000) of the one hundred thousand dollars ( $100,000)
deductible shall be paid by the Contractor or Contractors responsible for the loss. If more than one contractor
is involved, the City of Ottawa Representative shall be the sole judge as to how the deductible is apportioned.

Upon notification of a claim being made, the City of Ottawa shall, at its sole discretion, be entitled to retain
the amount of the deductible in whole or in part from payment to the Contractor. Such amount may be
applied by the City in satisfaction of that claim and excess amounts, if any, will be paid to the
Contractor in the event and at such time as the claim is settled, dismissed or withdrawn. Notwithstanding the
foregoing, the City may, at its sole discretion, issue an invoice to the Contractor for the actual amount of the
claim settlement up to the amount of the deductible, and if the invoice is not paid within thirty (30) days, the
City shall deduct such amount from a future payment due to the Contractor.

-
.3 REPLACE paragraph 3 with the below text:
Throughout the term of the Contract including all warranty periods, the Contractor shall obtain and maintain at
their own expense the following insurance in relation to the CSST Project, any services required to be performed
by the Contractor under the Contract Documents, or otherwise, each such policy to be issued by an insurance
company licensed to carry on the business of issuing such policies in Ontario, and possessing a Best's Financial
Strength Rating of at least A- or better.

Comprehensive General Liability Insurance which shall include, but not limited to:
Bodily injury and property damage;
Personal injury;
Blanket contractual liability;
Premises, property and operations;
Products and broad form completed operations coverage;
Occurrence property damage;
Medical payments;
Contingent employer's liability coverage, for any claims that might be brought against the City of
Ottawa by any employee of the Contractor;
Owner's and Contractor's protective coverage for all subcontracted operations;
Sudden and accidental pollution coverage;
Broad form property damage;
Employees as additional insured;
Non-owned automobile; and
Cross liability and severability of interest clause.
Such insurance shall provide a combined single limit of not less than Twenty Five Million Dollars
($25,000,000) for any one occurrence or accident for all claims arising out of bodily injury (including
death) and damage to property of others. Such liability insurance shall contain no exclusions in
conflict with the character of the Work required to be performed under the Contract and shall include
the Commission as additional insured.
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The above noted insurance policies shall add the City of Ottawa, its elected officials, agents, officers and employees
as an additional insured with respect to the operations of the Contractor. Such insurance policies shall be non-
contributing with and apply as primary and not as excess of any insurance available and shall contain a waiver of
subrogation in favor of the City of Ottawa.

.4 REPLACE paragraph 4 with the below text:


Contractor shall provide Automobile Liability insurance, for liability arising out of the use of leased and owned
automobiles in connection with the performance of the Work. Coverage will consist of a combined single limit of
liability of five million dollars ($5,000,000) per occurrence and annual aggregate and shall be in effect where the Work
is being performed.

.5 REPLACE paragraph 7 and its subsections with the below text:


Contractor shall maintain contractors equipment insurance covering the Contractor's plant, construction machinery,
tools, tackle and other equipment in a manner acceptable to the City.

ADD additional paragraph8 as follows


All the above insurance policies shall contain an endorsement to provide the City of Ottawa with 30 days advance
written notice of cancellation of the insurance coverage.
Prior to commencement of the project and at each policy renewal, the contractor shall provide the City of Ottawa
with an insurance certificate as evidence of the above noted insurance.

END OF SECTION

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1 TENDER CALL
.1 The City of Ottawa, hereinafter called the "City" or Owner invites Tenders for Contract
Number:

ISD14-2036 described as follows:

.1 In general, the Work under this contract consists of supply and installation of materials,
labour and equipment for the construction of the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel
(CSST) as per the work described in Section 01010 Summary of Work.
.2 Name of work:
Construction of the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel

2 TENDER DELIVERY ADDRESS


.1 Tenders shall be addressed and delivered to:
City of Ottawa
Supply Branch
100 Constellation Crescent, 4th Floor West
Nepean, Ont., K2G 6J8

3 REQUEST FOR TENDER SCHEDULE


Event Dates
Request for Tender Issued December 16, 2015
Tenderers Briefing January 14, 2016
Rock Core Viewings January 18-22 and 25, 2016
Submission of White Papers February 1, 2016
Commercially Confidential Meetings (CCMs) February 15-20, 2016
Last Day for Tenderers Questions March 22, 2016
Last Day for Addendum by the City March 30, 2016
Tender Submission Deadline April 5, 2016

4 TIME FOR RECEIVING TENDERS


.1 Tenders shall be received until: 3:00 p.m. local time, Tuesday, April 5, 2016.
.2 Tenders received by the time and date specified above will be opened and read in public as
soon as possible after that time. Public reading of a Tender does not imply any decision by
the City as to whether a Tender is or is not irregular.
.3 The timing device at the point of receipt will determine the time the Tenders are received.
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5 SIGNING, SEALING AND WITNESSING OF TENDER FORM


.1 Sole Proprietorship: Signature of sole proprietor in the presence of a witness who will also
sign. Insert the words "Sole Proprietor" under signature.
.2 Partnership: Signature of Minimum partners in the presence of a witness who will also
sign. Insert the word "Partner" against each signature.
.3 Limited Company:
.1 Signature of duly authorized signing officer in their normal signatures. Insert the
officer's capacity in which the signing officer acts against each signature. The
tender forms shall be affixed with the Corporates seals.
.2 If the tender is signed by officials other than the President and Secretary of the
Company or the President Secretary Treasurer of the company, a copy of the by
law resolution of the Board of Directors authorizing them to do so must also be
submitted with the tender in the tender envelope.

6 TENDER DEPOSIT
.1 At the time of tendering, the Tenderer shall submit, with its Tender, a deposit in the form of
a certified cheque or a bid bond signed and sealed by the Tenderer's surety in favour of the
City of Ottawa. The Tender deposit be an original and shall be equal to at least ten percent
(10%) of the total Tender price.
.2 The City will not pay interest on Tender deposits.
.3 The City will retain the Tender deposit of the successful Tenderer until:
.1 the successful Tenderer has executed the Agreement between City and Contractor
in accordance with the article Successful Tenderer- Execution of Form of
Agreement in this section and Section 00400, Form of Tender; and
.2 the successful Tenderer has provided all bonding in accordance with the article
Successful Tenderer- Bonds in this section and Section 00400, Form of Tender.
.4 The City will return the deposit of unsuccessful Tenderers at a time determined by the City.

7 AGREEMENT TO BOND
.1 At the time of Tendering, the Tenderer shall submit, with its Tender, an Agreement to Bond
completed and executed by the Tenderer's surety. The Agreement to Bond must be an
original and the Tenderer's surety shall be to the satisfaction of the City.

8 ADDENDAS
.1 The Tenderer shall ensure that its name and address for receipt of addendas are included on
the City's list of firms to whom addendas to this Contract, if any, are to be sent. Inclusion
on the City's list does not absolve the Tenderer of its responsibilities set out in the article
"Contract Documents" of this Section.
.2 The Tenderer shall ensure that all addendas issued are acknowledged and listed under
Section 00400, Form of Tender.
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9 IRREGULAR TENDERS
.1 The City shall be the sole judge of whether or not a Tender is irregular.

10 UNBALANCED TENDERS
.1 The Tenderer shall not submit an unbalanced Tender.
.2 The City shall have the right to:
.1 deem a Tender to be unbalanced; and
.2 reject a Tender which it deems to be unbalanced.

11 COLLUSION
.1 The Tenderer shall not engage in collusion of any sort and, in particular, shall:
.1 ensure that no person or other legal entity, other than the Tenderer, has any
undisclosed interest in the Tenderer's Tender; and
.2 prepare its Tender without any knowledge of, comparison of figures with or
arrangement with any other person or firm preparing a Tender for the same work.

12 RIGHT TO ACCEPT OR REJECT TENDERS


.1 Notwithstanding any other provision in this Contract, the City shall have the right to:
.1 Accept any Tender; and
.2 Reject any Tender; and
.3 Reject all Tenders.
.2 Without limiting the generality of Item 11.1, the City shall have the right to:
.1 Accept an irregular Tender; and
.2 Accept a Tender which is not the lowest Tender; and
.3 Reject a Tender, even if it is the only tender received by the City.
.3 Acceptance of the Tender shall occur at the time the City awards the Tender and not
necessarily at the time the award is communicated to the successful Tenderer.

13 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
.1 The Tenderer shall obtain and review all Contract Documents as listed in the Form of
Tender and all Addenda issued by the City pertaining to this Contract.
.2 Tender Documents are made available only for the purpose of obtaining offers for this
project. Their use does not confer licence or grant for other purposes.
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14 ERRORS, OMISSIONS AND DISCREPANCIES IN THE CONTRACT


DOCUMENTS
.1 If the Tenderer finds any errors or omissions in or discrepancies among the Contract
Documents, it shall immediately notify the Purchasing Officer identified in Section 00060,
Project Directory.
.2 No oral explanation or interpretation by any person shall modify any of the Contract
Documents.

15 IRREVOCABILITY OF OFFER
.1 The Tenderer shall not revoke its offer until after the expiration of ninety (90) days after the
opening of Tenders by the City.
.2 If the Tenderer revokes its offer prior to the expiration of ninety (90) days after the Tender
opening, the Tenderer shall forfeit its Tender deposit but this shall not prohibit the City
from pursuing any other legal remedy which it may have.

.3 While the City will attempt to award the Contract as expeditiously as possible, the Tenderer
shall make allowance in the Construction Schedule for the full ninety (90) days
"Irrevocability of Offer" period noted above. Such allowance shall include all financial
obligations required to complete the project as specified.

16 SUBSTITUTIONS
.1 The Contract is based on the Contract Documents.
.2 Specific materials, products and systems are specified to provide a standard of acceptance.
Equivalent materials, products or systems by other manufacturers are acceptable as
substitutions when approved by an Addendum, provided that the properties and compliance
of the substitutions meet or exceed the properties and compliance of the specified materials,
products and systems in all respects and that items exposed to sight are of the same
appearance as the specified items.
.3 Substitutions, which do not satisfy the above requirements, may be rejected by the
Consultant. Materials, products and systems, which are so rejected, shall be replaced by the
specified items at no cost to the City.
.4 In the event that, prior to closing of tenders, the Tenderer wishes to offer a substitution or a
proposal of work materials or methods as an alternative to those described in the Contract
Documents, he/she shall submit a request in writing at least 21 calendar days prior to the
tender closing date.
.5 The request shall include:
.1 A description of the proposed substitutions; and
.2 In the case of materials, products or systems, a direct comparison between the
properties and compliances of the specified materials, products or systems with the
properties and compliances of the proposed substitution, arranged in tabular form
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in the same sequence as specified herein or in the sequence listed in the specified
manufacturer's published literature, as applicable; and
.3 In the case of materials or products, country of manufacture.
.4 If requested by the Director, a list of no less than five projects of comparable size
where the proposed substitution has been used in a similar application. Such
projects shall have been completed prior within the last five years and, where
applicable, shall have been subject to climatic conditions similar to those
experienced in Ottawa. The list shall include the name and current telephone
number of the Consultant and the Owner for each project.
.6 In the event that the Consultant deems the information provided with the request for
approval of a substitution to be inadequate, the request may be rejected.
.7 Approval of alternative proposals of work materials or methods will be signified by the
issue of an addendum.
.8 The cost of additional work and/or modification to the design due to the use of alternative
materials, products or systems shall be borne by the Contractor.
.9 Where the terms "or equal", "or equivalent" or terms of similar meaning are used in the
specifications, this shall not be construed as acceptance of any alternative material, product
or system to those specified. The use of these terms does not relieve the Contractor from his
responsibility to follow the procedures for approval of substitutions specified herein (during
tender period) or the procedures described in Section 01200, Alternatives (after award of
Contract).
.10 No substitutions will be permitted after award of the Contract except in accordance with
General Conditions GC 6.1 "Changes" and the article "Alternative Products" in Section
01200 Alternatives. For procedures regarding substitutions after the award of the Contract,
refer to General Conditions GC 6.1 "Changes".

17 EXAMINATIONS OF DOCUMENTS AND SITE


.1 Each Tenderer, before submitting his Tender, shall carefully examine the drawings and
specifications to establish the extent of the work and shall visit and examine the site and
fully inform himself/herself of all the existing conditions, limitations and difficulties which
may arise and include in his/her Tender the cost of all labour, materials, equipment and
services required to complete the Work.
.2 Drawings and Specifications are complementary. Items shown or mentioned in one and not
in the other are deemed to be included as part of the contract.
.3 In the event of any discrepancy between the Drawings and the Specifications, the
Specifications shall apply.
.4 In the event of any discrepancy between one drawing and another, the larger scale drawing
shall apply.
.5 The sequence and numbering of the drawings and details and the organization of the
specifications into Divisions and Sections are established for convenient ordering of
information. It must not be assumed that such ordering of information is intended to define
or limit the scope of extent of the work of any particular subcontractor or supplier. The
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drawings and specifications as a whole must be fully read, in detail, to determine the extent
of any portion of the Work. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to coordinate
subcontractors and suppliers prices such that the stipulated Tender Price is all inclusive as
specified herein.
.6 Sub-Contractors are responsible to familiarize themselves with the Contract Documents
and the work of all trades therein. Sub-Contractors must base their quotations to the
General Contractor on a thorough review of all contract Drawings and Specifications.

18 AMENDMENTS TO TENDERS
.1 Tenders submitted in accordance with these instructions are irrevocable. Requests for
withdrawals or revisions for whatever reason will be allowed only if unequivocal,
submitted in writing, and received by the Supply Management Division prior to Tender
closing date.

19 QUESTIONS
.1 Tenderers are required to submit their Tenders on the basis of the information contained in
the Tender Documents only. Should a Tenderer find any discrepancy, omission or
ambiguity in the Contract Documents, or should he/she be in any doubt as to their meaning,
he/she shall notify the Purchasing Officer identified in Section 00060 Project Directory in
writing by email or fax communications.
.2 All questions, regarding this Request for Tender, are to be referred to the Contracting
Authority no later than fourteen (14) working days before the Tender Closing Date.
.3 To ensure consistency and quality of information to Bidders, answers to questions relevant
to the interpretation of this Request for Tender will be forwarded by addendum to every
prospective Bidder without revealing the sources of the questions. The Purchasing Officer
will send a written instruction to all Tenderers.
.4 No questions shall be submitted to any of the Consultants. If so, such questions shall be
disregarded, and shall not form part of any addendum.

20 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER BONDS


.1 The successful Tenderer and its surety shall provide:
.1 A performance bond signed and sealed by the Tenderer's surety; and
.2 A labour and material payment bond signed and sealed by the Tenderer's surety;
Each in the amount of One Hundred percent (100%) of the total Tender price.

.2 The surety of the successful Tenderer and the bonds referred to above shall be to the
satisfaction of the City.

21 PARENT COMPANY GUARANTEE


.1 Depending on the Tenderers business structure and financial position, one or more
parent(s) or other affiliate(s) of the Tenderer may be added as a party for purposes of
providing a guarantee of obligations under this Contract.
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22 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER WORKPLACE SAFETY & INSURANCE BOARD


CERTIFICATE OF CLEARANCE
.1 The successful Tenderer shall provide the City with a valid Workplace Safety & Insurance
Board Certificate of Clearance to the satisfaction of the City.

23 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER EXECUTION OF FORM OF AGREEMENT


.1 For the purposes of this Contract, the form of Agreement shall be the Agreement between
Owner and Contractor contained in Unit Price Contract CCDC4-2011.
.2 The General Conditions contained in Section 00100 Amendments to the CCDC4-2011
Agreement, Unit Price Contract CCDC4-2011, and Section 00105 - Supplementary
General Conditions CCDC 4 2011 Specifications shall be the General Conditions of this
Contract.
.3 The successful Tenderer shall execute, in triplicate, signed and sealed copies of the
Agreement between City and Contractor that forms part of the Contract Documents.
.4 The successful Tenderer shall forward the three copies of the executed Agreement to the
City.

24 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER INSURANCE


.1 Refer to Section 00110 for amendments to CCDC14 2011 Insurance Requirements.

25 TIME FOR COMPLETION OF CONTRACT / WORK


.1 The successful Tenderer shall acknowledge that time is of the essence and shall complete
the Contract as quickly as possible from date of award of contract.
.2 The Contractor shall phase the construction such that the Work will be Substantially
Performed and turned over to the City for Occupancy within the noted timeframes.
.3 Summary of required completion dates;
.1 Construction Start (on site): June 1, 2016
.2 Substantial Performance: October 31, 2019
.1 The successful Tenderer shall Substantially Perform the work as defined
in CCDC4-2011 GC5.4 and as defined in the Construction Lien Act
(R.S.O 1990, Chapter C.30) by this date. This shall be sued as the date for
calculation of Liquidated Damages as defined in Article 28 of this Section
00200.
.3 Completion: April 30, 2020
.1 The successful Tenderer shall Complete the work as defined in as defined
in the Construction Lien Act (R.S.O 1990, Chapter C.30) by this date.
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.4 The Contractor acknowledges that he is aware that the awarding of this Contract, and/or
release of the Commence Work Order is at the Citys discretion. The Contractor shall not
make any claims for additional costs or expenses due to delays in the commencement of
work (or portions thereof). The Contractor acknowledges that it is aware that the awarding
of this Contract, and/or release of the Commence Work Order, are subject to City of Ottawa
obtaining the following:
.1 MOECC Draft Permits to take Water (PTTW) issued by MOECC
.2 Signing of Federal and Provincial Contribution Agreements
.5 The Contractor shall not make any claims for additional costs or expenses due to delays in
the commencement of work (or portions thereof). The Contract Substantial Performance
and Project Completion dates will be adjusted to account for delays to release of the
Commence Work Order.
.6 Project Completion: The Contractor shall provide a Construction schedule that identifies
the final date of completion in the shortest time period possible and separately identifies
each element of the construction, the planned completion dates for each and the critical
path.

26 INCENTIVE / DISINCENTIVE
.1 Scope of Work
.1 The Contractor is advised that for the portion of the Work outlined below
Incentive/Disincentive will apply. This provision does not modify any completion
date or working day provisions as stated elsewhere in the Contract Documents.
.2 The Contractor shall complete all works at Site 3a indicated on the Contract
Drawings and within the Specifications, meeting the schedule constraints outlined in
Section 01117. Access to this site is permitted only between March 1, 2018 and
December 31, 2018. Final restoration, landscaping, and work within the chambers
may be completed between March 1, 2019 and May 31, 2019 (for diversion
chamber) and between March 1, 2019 and August 2019 (for odour control building).
.2 Incentive for early completion
.1 If works at Site 3a, including demobilization from site and reinstatement to the
satisfaction of the Contract Administrator, (excluding final restoration), is completed
to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator on or before 3:00 p.m. local time on
December 31, 2018 the Contractor will be paid an incentive of $315,000. In
addition, for each full calendar day prior to the above date that the above work is
completed, to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator, the Contractor will be
paid $10,500 per calendar day, up to a maximum additional incentive payment of
$315,000. Therefore, the maximum grand total incentive available is ($315,000
+$315,000 =) $630,000.
.3 Disincentive for late completion
.1 If the works at Site 3a, including demobilization from site and reinstatement to the
satisfaction of the Contract Administrator, (excluding final restoration) is not
completed to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator on or before 3:00 p.m.
local time on December 31, 2018 the Owner will deduct a single lump sum amount
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of $630,000 from amounts otherwise payable to the Contractor under the Contract.
In addition, the Owner will deduct an amount equal to a further $10,500 per day for
each additional full calendar day until the above work is completed, up to a
maximum additional deduction of $315,000. Therefore, the maximum grand total
disincentive that would be deducted is ($315,000 +$315,000 =) $630,000. In
addition, the Contractor will be solely responsible for all costs associated with fully
demobilizing by December 31, 2018 and remobilizing to site, when permitted as
identified in Section 01117, to complete the work. The Contractor will be required to
complete the work within the specified timeline in 2019. Any work needed to occur
outside of this time will require an access agreement with the NCC and will be solely
the Contractors responsibility and their expense and risk.
.2 Any and all compensation for the Contractor to schedule the operations in
accordance with these requirements, including, if required, utilizing extra crews,
shall be deemed to be included in the Contract bid price for the various tender items
and no additional payment shall be made except for the payments outlined above.
.4 Basis of Payment
.1 This Special Provision - The Contractor will be paid under the Contract Item
Incentive/Disincentive following successful completion of the above work to the
satisfaction of the Contract Administrator, or deducted from amounts otherwise
payable to the Contractor under the Contract.

27 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTATION


.1 The successful Tenderer shall submit the documentation as required by the article
"Successful Tenderer - Bonds", "Successful Tenderer Workplace Safety & Insurance Board
Certificate of Clearance", "Successful Tenderer Execution of Form of Agreement" and
"Successful Tenderer Insurance'" of this document, within seven (7) working days of the
day the City notifies the successful Tenderer that the documentation should be sent to the
City.
.2 If the successful Tenderer fails to comply with the above requirement, the City may, in its
sole discretion, withdraw its acceptance of the Tender and the Tenderer shall have no
recourse whatsoever against the City.

28 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER - LIQUIDATED DAMAGES


.1 The successful Contractor shall pay liquidated damages in the amount of eleven thousand
five hundred eighty eight Dollars ($11,588.00) per calendar day as a result of the non-
delivery of the completed work beyond the Contract dates.

29 SUCCESSFUL TENDERER COMMENCEMENT OF THE WORK


.1 The successful Tenderer shall not commence the Work until it has received a Commence
Work Order issued by the City. For the purpose of establishing a schedule for the Work, it
is assumed that the Commence Work Order will be issued 3 working days after the
Contract Award is complete.
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30 TENDERERS' BRIEFING
.1 All Tenderers are strongly recommended to attend the Tenderers Briefing due to the
complexity of some parts of the project. The Tenderers Briefing will take place at:

10:00 a.m. local time, Thursday January 14, 2016


.2 Meeting Location:
1331 Clyde Avenue, Suite 400, Ottawa ON K1K 4H7.

31 ROCK CORE VIEWING


.1 All Tenderers are notified that viewings will be held to view rock cores collected during the
geotechnical investigation, for informational purposes. No cores are permitted to be
removed from the viewing area.
.2 Viewing Procedures
.1 Due to the number of rock cores, there will be two viewings for each Tenderer. Each
Tenderer is permitted one (1) viewing of each set of cores with a maximum of four
(4) attendees.
.2 All requests for viewings by proponents of the core samples must be formally
submitted (electronic and / or hard copy) to the City of Ottawa Purchasing Officer.
Each Tenderer shall identify three (3) timeslots identified below for both viewing
that they prefer to attend. The purchasing officer will notify each Tenderer of their
actual timeslot once all Tenderers viewing timeslots have been requested. The
formal viewing request must include the following information:
.1 Name of the proponent requesting the viewing.
.2 Names of the companies representing the proponent whom will be
participating in the viewings on the specific day.
.3 Names of those employees for the respective companies representing the
proponent participating in the core sample review on the specific day.
.3 The facility will at all times be supervised by the Consultant while the Tenderers are
present at the facility and the visits can only take place between the hours of 8:00 am
and 4:00 pm during the specified days. No technical information related to the
samples or the project will be shared with any of the visiting parties from the
proponents. Consultant staff will not provide any technical information about the
samples to the Tenderers who are to refer to the available documentation (i.e., GDR
and GBR).
.4 Each individual participating in the viewings will receive a brief health and safety
orientation at 8:00am or 1:00pm, depending on their selected timeslot, and will be
expected to sign a sheet confirming they received the orientation.
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.5 Core Set #1 Viewing Timeslots


Available Dates Available Times
January 18, 2016 8:00am 12:00pm
January 18, 2016 1:00pm 5:00pm
January 19, 2016 8:00am 12:00pm
January 19, 2016 1:00pm 5:00pm
January 20, 2016 8:00am 12:00pm

.6 Core Set #2 Viewing Timeslots

Available Dates Available Times


January 21, 2016 1:00pm 5:00pm
January 22, 2016 8:00am 12:00pm
January 22, 2016 1:00pm 5:00pm
January 25, 2015 8:00am 12:00pm
January 25, 2015 8:00am 12:00pm
.7 Each proponent will be assigned a timeslot based on the schedule above for viewing
each set of core samples. Only one proponent team will be admitted to the sample
storage warehouse at a time. The order of viewing will be decided by the Purchasing
Officer.
.8 All persons entering the sample storage warehouse will be required to wear CSA
approved steel toed safety shoes, safety eyewear and will be required to review and
comply with the storage warehouse health and safety plan. Samples may be visually
inspected and photographed by the proponents; however, no destructive testing of the
core may be carried out.
.3 Viewing Location:
93 Hines Road Storage Facility Storage Bay 6, Ottawa, ON

32 FAIRNESS COMMISSIONER
.1 The City has retained a Fairness Commissioner to monitor, advise and provide expert
procurement guidance during the Tender process. The Fairness Commissioners role is to
actively monitor the Tender process from the release of the Tender to the selection of the
successful Tenderer to ensure that all processes are conducted in accordance with the
provisions of the Tender.
.2 The Fairness Commissioner will be present at all Commercially Confidential Meetings and
other discussions between the Owner, Consultant and a Tenderer to ensure compliance with
the Tender. The Fairness Commissioner may be contacted at any time by a Tenderer to
discuss fairness issues.
33 CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND UNFAIR ADVANTAGE
.1 The Owner reserves the sole and absolute right to disqualify any Tenderer that, in the
Owners sole and absolute discretion, has a conflict of interest or an unfair advantage. If the
Owner determines that a conflict of interest or unfair advantage does exist, the Owner may
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withhold consideration of the Tenderers submission until the conflict of interest or unfair
advantage is eliminated or mitigated to the satisfaction of the Owner. If the conflict of
interest or unfair advantage cannot be eliminated or mitigated to the satisfaction of the
Owner, the Tenderer will receive no further consideration in this Tender.
.2 Tenderers are required to complete Form Conflict of Interest and Unfair Advantage
Declaration, attached as Statement C as part of its submission.
.3 A non-exhaustive list of certain key persons that have worked on the design and
engineering assignment or other aspects of the project that render them ineligible to
respond to this Tender is: Stantec Consulting Ltd., CH2M Hill, Golder Associates, Jacobs
Engineering, Peregoy Construction Services Inc., and Borden Ladner Gervais LLP.
.4 By participating in this Tender process and providing a Tender Submission, a Tenderer: (a)
confirms that it has disclosed to the Owner all matters in which it has retained, directly or
indirectly (including through an insurer), any of the above-noted firms and shall forthwith
disclose any new retainer following the date of such disclosure; (b) if it has retained any of
the above-noted firms, acknowledges that either no conflicts of any nature whatsoever,
including legal or business conflicts, exist or will be created as a result of participation in
the Tender process to the above-noted firms having acted, and continuing to act, for and on
behalf of the Owner in respect of the Project; and (c) notwithstanding the foregoing,
acknowledges that it is waiving all conflicts of any nature whatsoever, including legal or
business conflicts, which may now or hereafter exist as a result of the above-noted firms
having acted, and continuing to act, for and on behalf of the Owner in respect of the
Project.
.5 A conflict of interest means a situation where business, professional, personal, financial
or other interests of the Tenderer or a team member, or one of its respective principals,
shareholders, directors, officers, key employees or executives, whether direct or indirect,
affect or compromise, or appear to affect or compromise, the Tenderers, a team members
or the Owners (including its representatives, advisors or agents) ability to act with
complete independence, objectivity, fairness or judgment in respect of the Tenderers or a
team members undertaking of its obligations under or in respect of its Tender submission
or the Tender process. A conflict of interest may be real, potential or perceived in nature:
.1 A real conflict of interest arises where the business, professional, personal, financial
or other considerations of the Tenderer and/or a team member, or one of its
respective principals, shareholders, directors, officers, key employees or executives,
affect or compromise, or reasonably appears to affect or compromise the Tenderers
or a team members undertaking of its obligations under or in respect of its Tender
submission or the Tender process;
.2 A potential conflict of interest incorporates the concept of foreseeability that is when
a reasonable and well-informed person can reasonably foresee that a business,
professional, personal, financial or other interest may someday give rise to a real
conflict of interest. (for example a future commitment to a third party); and
.3 A perceived conflict of interest is a circumstance that a reasonable and well-informed
person might view as a real or potential conflict of interest, even if no real or
potential conflict of interest actually exists.
.6 An unfair advantage means a situation where the Tenderer or a team member, whether
directly or indirectly, gains an unwarranted advantage over other Tenderers that does or
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could compromise the integrity of the Tender process and/or does or could result in any
material unfairness to other Tenderers. Similar to a conflict of interest, an unfair advantage
may be real, potential or perceived in nature.

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PART 1 GENERAL

1.1 WHITE PAPER INSTRUCTION TO TENDERERS

.1 White Paper Submissions are requested by the Owner. While they are not mandatory,
Tenderers are strongly encouraged to submit White Paper Submissions.

.2 With the financial support of its CSST Project funding partners at Infrastructure Canada
and the Province of Ontario, the City of Ottawa has identified a pre-established budget of
$150M for the construction of the CSST Project. As part of the white paper and
commercially confidential meeting process (described under Part 3 of this Section
00205), the Owner wishes to solicit input and engage the Tenderers in discussions related
to the feasibility of delivering the project within this budgetary limit. For greater clarity,
the budget referred to in this paragraph is not a cap or limit on the Contract Price payable
by the Owner to the Contractor under the Contract, which will be determined in
accordance with the Contract.

.3 The purpose of the White Paper Submissions is thus to solicit and provide a forum for
Tenderers to provide further suggestions and explore the viability of their ideas for
improved cost-effectiveness in the delivery of the CSST project as they relate to project
design and construction, cost and schedule control, as well as risk management in view of
the Owners budgetary and schedule constraints for the project.
.4 There are three categories of White Paper Submissions requested. Tenderers are
encouraged to be creative in proposing White Paper Submissions within the categories
described below.
- Category 1: Preferred White Paper Submissions represent specific topics of
design, contractual obligation, and/or project delivery in which the Owner is
particularly interested in receiving White Paper Submissions from the Tenderer. The
areas of specific interest as Preferred White Paper Submissions are described in Part
2 of this Section 00205. All Preferred White Paper Submissions will be considered
to be non-commercially confidential and, if deemed to have merit, may result in City-
initiated changes to the Contract Documents during the procurement. As such, these
changes would be issued in the form of an addendum to the Contract Documents and
would be part of the base bid for all Tenderers;
- Category 2: Non-Commercially Confidential White Paper Submissions
representing ideas that are outside those areas of interest listed by the Owner. Non-
Commercially Confidential White Paper Submissions generated by the Tenderers, if
deemed to have merit, may result in City-initiated changes to the Contract
Documents during the procurement. As such, these changes would be issued in the
form of an addendum to the Contract Documents and would be part of the base bid;
and
- Category 3: Commercially Confidential White Paper Submissions. All
Commercially Confidential White Paper Submissions will be exclusive to each
Tenderer and will not be shared with other Tenderers, and will provide value to both
the Owner and the Contractor. The process for the submittal and review of
Commercially Confidential White Papers is explained in Part 4 and Part 5 of this
Section 00205.
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The provisions contained in Section 00205 will apply to each of the three categories of
White Paper Submission to the extent indicated.

.5 As part of the review process, the contents of the White Paper Submissions will be
discussed within a commercially confidential setting as explained in Part 3 of this Section
00205. The Owners determination of the merits of each submission shall be in
accordance to the review process outlined in Part 4 and Part 5 of this Section 00205. Part
5 addresses the detailed development, submittal requirements and review process for
accepted Category 3 submissions.

.6 As specified in Section 00200, the Owner will retain the services of a Fairness
Commissioner to monitor, advise and provide expert procurement guidance during the
White Paper Submission Review Process as well as be present at all White Paper
Submission Meetings.

.7 Parameters for White Paper Submissions

.1 Each White Paper Submission must fall within the parameters described below:
The White Paper Submission must guarantee some form of demonstrable added
value or material benefit to the Owner (for example, revenue, lifecycle
enhancements, operating system improvements or cost savings, any form of
social, environmental or sustainable added value to the Owner);
- The White Paper Submission must not substantially impair any essential form,
fit, function or characteristic of the Work, such as, but not limited to, safety,
service life, reliability, economy of operation, ease of maintenance, aesthetics
and necessary standard features at the sole discretion of the City; (particularly as
it either impacts its functionality, operation or negotiated land use agreements
with land owners); and
- The White Paper Submission shall not materially increase the risk to project
implementation, system performance, cost or schedule of completion.
.2 The Tenderer must submit a separate White Paper Submission for each proposed
White Paper Submission proposal and the Tenderer will identify, for each
submission, the category of submission under which it falls. Each White Paper
Submission must be capable of being assessed for acceptability on its own merits.
Unless the Tenderer clearly indicates that certain White Paper Submissions are not
mutually exclusive of one another, individual White Paper Submissions must not be
dependent or contingent on the acceptance of another or other White Paper
Submission(s) in order to meet the parameters and requirements outlined in this
Section 00205. The Owner will be entitled, in their sole discretion, to accept some,
all, or none of the White Paper Submissions.
.3 Category 3 Commercially Confidential White Paper Submissions must each provide
an Instant Contract Saving of a minimum of $500,000.
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1.2 WHITE PAPER SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

.1 At a minimum, and as applicable, the Contractor shall include, in each White Paper, the
information described below:

.1 A description of the difference between the existing Contract requirement and that
proposed in the White Paper Submission, the comparative advantages and
disadvantages of each, a justification when an item's function or characteristics are
being altered, and the effect of the change on the end item's performance.

.2 A list of the Contract requirements that must be changed if the White Paper
Submission is accepted, including a recommendation as to how the revisions must be
made and any suggested specification revisions.

.3 A description of the added value and material benefit resulting from the proposal,
including the associated differences in cost. The cost information shall include both
capital cost savings and life cycle cost savings. The cost reduction associated with the
White Paper Submission shall take into account the Contractor's implementation
costs.

.2 The Contractor will submit all White Paper Submissions as described in this Section
00205 and shall include completed Appendix 1 and 2 with the submission.

PART 2 CATEGORY 1 (PREFERRED) WHITE PAPER SUBMISSIONS

.1 Category 1 (Preferred) White Paper Submission List

White Paper Submissions are requested in order to obtain proposed enhancements from
Tenderers that they believe can facilitate cost and schedule certainty or reduction in the
delivery of the CSST project. The Owner is particularly interested in receiving White Paper
Submissions from the Tenderers on the following topics:
.1 Project Delivery:
a. White Paper 1: Overall Construction Sequencing Requirements to Meet a 41
Month Project Construction Schedule within Specified Site Access Constraints
b. White Paper 2: Timeline Required for Construction of Works at Site 3a and
Ability to Respect Specified Site Access Constraints
c. White Paper 3: Methods to optimize precast concrete segment production and
mobilization
.2 Design Modifications:
a. White Paper 4: Cost Saving Measures on Shoring Design and Shaft
Construction to help Meet Funding Limitations
.3 Contractual Terms and Obligations:
a. White Paper 5: Proposed Modifications to Contractual Terms related to Risk
Sharing
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.2 Preferred White Paper Submissions must fall within the parameters described under Part
1 of this Section 00205.

PART 3 WHITE PAPER SUBMISSION MEETINGS

.1 The purpose, procedures, submittal requirements, and evaluation process related to the
White Paper Submissions, including the White Paper Submission Meeting, will be
reviewed at the Tenderers Briefing. Refer to Section 00200 for details on the Tenderers
Briefing.

.2 The Owner will hold, with each Tenderer, one White Paper Submissions Meeting, which
will be considered commercially confidential.

.3 The purpose of the White Paper Submission Meeting is to facilitate an open dialogue
with the Owner and provide an opportunity for the Tenderer to present their White Paper
Submissions in the various categories defined in Part 1 of this Section 00205. The White
Paper Submission Meeting will provide the opportunity to discuss, with the Owner,
whether the Preferred White Paper Submissions and potential Contractor White Paper
Submissions are of interest to the Owner and the extent to which the potential White
Paper Submissions and Preferred White Paper Submissions may be acceptable to the
Owner.

.4 White Paper Submission Meetings will be scheduled at the mid-way point of the tender
period as outlined in the Tender schedule in Section 00200.

.5 The Contractor must provide the information requested in this Section 00205 no later
than 10 Business Days prior to a White Paper Submission Meeting. The Owner will not
provide any written commentary with respect to the White Paper Submissions either prior
to or during the White Paper Submission Meeting. Submissions will be reviewed and
evaluated as described in Part 4 of this Section 00205.

PART 4 WHITE PAPER SUBMISSION REVIEW

.1. General

.1. The White Paper Submissions will be conclusively reviewed for acceptability by the
Owner and Consultant.

.2. Each White Paper Submission will be considered on its own merits.

.3. The Owner and the Consultant will be the sole judge of the acceptability of a White
Paper Submission and of the added value and material benefit to be derived from the
adoption of all or any part of such proposal. Those White Paper Submissions deemed
by the Owner and the Consultant, in their sole discretion, to be acceptable will be
reviewed as described herein and, at that time, may be accepted in whole, in part, or
grouped together by the Owner where deemed necessary.
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.4. In determining the cost savings, the right is reserved to disregard the submission if, in
the judgment of the Owner and Consultant, such prices do not represent a fair
measure of the value of the work to be performed or to be deleted. The Owner retains
the right to have a cost consultant review the proposed cost savings identified by the
White Paper Submission.

.5. Following the submission of the White Papers, and at any point during their review
of any White Paper Submission, the Owner reserves the right to request, from the
Tenderer, additional information, more detailed descriptions and/or clarifications to
the extent that it feels is necessary to assess the merits of the subject White Paper
Submission.

.6. The decision of the Owner and Consultant regarding acceptability or unacceptability
of the White Paper Submission, as well as the savings and costs, shall be final. The
Owner and Consultant will not have any obligation or liability whatsoever in relation
to the consideration or rejection of any White Paper Submission.

.2. Review of Category 1 (Preferred) and Category 2 (Non-Commercially Confidential)


White Paper Submissions:

.1. Within 10 Business Days following the White Paper Submission Meeting, the Owner
will complete its review of the Category 1 (Preferred) and Category 2 (Non-
Commercially Confidential) White Paper Submissions. Those submissions that are
determined to have merit and value may be incorporated into the Contract Document
and the changes will be communicated to all Tenderers by addendum.

.2. As part of the Addendum issued to all Tenderers, the Owner reserves the right to
modify the description of the idea in a manner that they feel represents the best value
to the project.

.3. Initial Review of Category 3 (Commercially Confidential) White Paper Submissions:

.1. Within 10 Business Days following the White Paper Submission Meeting, the Owner
will complete its initial review of the Category 3 (Commercially Confidential) White
Paper Submissions and will inform each Tenderer who has submitted a Category 3
White Paper which of their Category 3 Submissions are accepted and can be
developed in further detail for submission as part of the final RFT submission as
specified under Part 5 of this Section 00205.
.2. The Owners acceptance of the Category 3 White Paper Submission for detailed
development and submittal by the Tenderer as part of the final RFT submission does
not guarantee the Owners acceptance of the final submittal as part of a response to
the RFT.
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PART 5 DETAILED DEVELOPMENT AND SUBMITTAL OF CATEGORY 3


(COMMERCIALLY CONFIDENTIAL) WHITE PAPERS

5.1 DEFINITIONS

.1 Collateral Costs, as used herein, means Owners costs of operation, maintenance,


logistics support, or Owner-furnished property.

.2 Collateral Savings, as used herein, means those measurable net reductions resulting
from a Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission in the Owner's overall
projected collateral costs, exclusive of acquisition savings, whether or not the acquisition
cost changes.

.3 Category 3 Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission, Category 3 White


Paper Submission, or White Paper Submission, as used within this Part 5, refers to a
White Paper Submission that has been identified as being commercially confidential in
nature and that has been accepted by the Owner as being worthy of further development
and submittal as part of the final Request for Tender (RFT) submission.

.4 Contractor's Development Costs, as used herein, mean those costs the Contractor incurs
that are specifically related to developing, testing, preparing and submitting the
Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission. Contractor's development costs will
not be recoverable. If the Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission is adopted,
the Contractor's share of the savings as hereinafter defined shall be considered full
compensation to the Contractor for the development and implementation of the
Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission.

.5 Implementation Costs, as used herein, means those costs the Contractor incurs to make
the contractual changes required by the Owner's acceptance of a Commercially
Confidential White Paper Submission. Such costs will be subject to Owner audit.

.6 Owner Costs, as used herein, means those costs the Owner incurs that result directly
from developing and implementing the Commercially Confidential White Paper
Submission, such as, but not limited to, any net increases in the cost of engineering,
testing, operations, maintenance and logistic support. The term also includes the
administrative costs of review and processing the Commercially Confidential White
Paper Submission.

.7 Instant Contract Savings, as used herein, means the reduction in Contractor cost of
performance (which includes overhead and profit attributable to the reduced or
eliminated work), resulting from acceptance of the Commercially Confidential White
Paper Submission, minus implementation costs and Owner costs.

5.2 FINAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS

.1. Final Submittal Requirements for Category 3 White Papers (submitted as part of the final
RFT submission) are as follows:
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.1 Once a Category 3 White Paper Submission is accepted by the Owner, Tenderers are
provided with the opportunity to develop a detailed proposal and separately submit each
one in an envelope clearly marked and sealed as Category 3 (Commercially
Confidential) White Paper Submissions.
.2 At a minimum, the Tenderer shall include in each Category 3 White Paper Submission
the technical information described below:
.1 A description of the difference between the existing Contract requirement
and that proposed in the White Paper Submission, the comparative
advantages and disadvantages of each, a justification when an item's function
or characteristics are being altered, and the effect of the change on the end
item's performance.
.2 An itemized list and analysis of the Contract requirements that must be
changed if the White Paper Submission is accepted, including a
recommendation as to how the revisions must be made and any suggested
specification revisions.
.3 All specifications, instructions, plans and drawings detailing the
implementation of the White Paper Submission. All drawings and
specifications must be prepared by and sealed by a Professional Engineer
registered in the Province of Ontario.
.4 A revised schedule for the affected portion(s) of the Work and the entire
contract work, if any.
.5 Potential impact on the environment and obtaining permits resulting from the
White Paper Submission.
.6 Any other information required in the judgment of the Owner to review
and/or implement the White Paper Submission. Such information shall be
provided by the Tenderer as soon as practicable after the Owner's request
thereof.
.3 .At a minimum, the Tenderer shall include in each Category 3 White Paper Submission
the financial information described below:
.1 A separate, detailed cost estimate for: (i) the affected portions of the existing
Contract requirement and (ii) the White Paper Submission. The cost estimate
shall include, without limitation, both capital cost savings, and life cycle cost
savings as well as an itemized breakdown including the items, quantities, unit
prices for both the affected portion in the original design and the proposed
changes in the White Paper Submission. The cost reduction associated with
the White Paper Submission shall take into account the Contractor's
implementation costs.
.2 A description and estimate of the Owner Costs in implementing the White
Paper Submission.
.3 A prediction of any effects the proposed change would have on Collateral
Costs. The financial offer associated with each Category 3 White Paper
Submission will thus include any associated design costs and any costs
associated with the review of the White Paper Submission by the Owner and
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Consultant and/or by any other third party technical or other specialty


advisor.
.4 White Paper Submissions that are conditional only on obtaining any
authorizations and approvals required in connection with same, including the
approval of any relevant government authority, will be considered
unconditionally guaranteed. For greater clarity, the Tenderer is responsible
for obtaining and paying for any and all approvals related to the proposed
White Paper Submission. The Contractor will also be responsible for, and
shall include associated costs for, securing any approvals or changes related
to any other required approvals (e.g. permits) arising out of any White Paper
Submissions it puts forward.
.5 Any other information required in the judgment of the Owner to review
and/or implement the White Paper Submission. Such information shall be
provided by the Tenderer as soon as practicable after the Owner's request
thereof.

5.3 REVIEW OF CATEGORY 3 (COMMERCIALLY CONFIDENTIAL) WHITE


PAPER SUBMISSIONS

.1 Category 3 White Paper Submissions will be reviewed further to bid closing and only at
the negotiation stage with the successful Tenderer. Category 3 White Paper Submissions
will not be considered as part of the evaluation of Tenders or identification of the
Successful Tenderer. All Tenderers acknowledge and agree that the Contract Documents
may be materially modified or amended as a result of any Commercially Confidential
White Paper Submissions that are accepted by the Owner from the Successful Tenderer,
and each Tenderer waives any right to contest such modifications or amendments.

.2 The Category 3 submission(s) will be reviewed by a committee consisting of the Owner


and its Consultant Team. The financial submission will also be reviewed by a Cost
Consultant.

.3 If it is determined there will be a cost decrease to the Owner, Instant Contract Savings
will be shared between the Contractor and the Owner as specified within this Section
00205.

.4 White Paper Submissions will be processed expeditiously, however, neither the Owner
nor Consultant will be liable for any delay in acting upon or for failure to act upon, any
White Paper Submissions submitted pursuant to this Section.

.5 The Owner and the Consultant will be the sole judge of the acceptability of a White Paper
Submissions and of the savings and costs from the adoption of all or any part of such
proposal. In determining the savings, the right is reserved to disregard the Contract bid
prices represented in the White Paper Submissions if, in the judgment of the Owner and
Consultant, such prices do not represent a fair measure of the value of the work to be
performed or to be deleted. The decision of the Owner and the Consultant regarding
acceptability or unacceptability of the White Paper Submissions, as well as the savings
and costs, shall be final.
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.6 The Owner and the Consultant may require the Tenderer to modify the White Paper
Submission to make it acceptable. If any modification increases or decreases the savings
resulting from the White Paper Submission(s), the Contractor's fair share will be
determined upon the basis of the White Paper Submission(s) as modified.

5.4 COST SHARING ARRANGEMENTS

.1 The Contractor and Owner shall each receive a 50 percent share in the Instant Contract
Savings. Upon acceptance of the White Paper Submission (s) by the Owner and
Consultant, the Instant Contract Savings will be incorporated into the contract price and
associated contract award documents. Any White Paper submissions that are not
immediately accepted by the Owner and Consultant will be retained for possible re-
consideration further to contract award. If accepted at a later date, the associated savings
will be applied by means of a change order.

.2 The Contractor is not entitled to share the Collateral Savings and other future contract
savings resulting from the accepted White Paper Submission (s). Life cycle cost savings
in maintenance, operations etc. will remain with the Owner and will not be shared with
the Contractor.

5.5 WARRANTY

.1 The Contractor shall be, and shall remain, liable for the effectiveness of the design of the
change proposed.

.2 The Contractor warrants that such change: shall be free from defects in design, function,
configuration and purpose; shall fully perform the function as intended and required by
the Contract Documents; complies with all laws, rules, regulations and ordinances
governing such an item; and infringes no patent, copyright, trade secret or other third
party proprietary right or interest.

5.6 DATA

.1 To the extent permitted or allowed by law, neither the Owner nor Consultant will
disclose, use or duplicate any data provided by the Contractor pursuant to this Section,
while such Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission is being evaluated. This
restriction shall not apply to any information if it is, or has been obtained, or is otherwise
available, from the Contractor or from any other source, without limitation. Once the
White Paper Submission evaluation process has concluded, the Owner shall have the
right to duplicate, use and disclose any data in any manner, and for any purpose, and have
others do so, under this or any other Owner contract.
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Appendix 1
Category 1: Preferred White Paper Submission

Re-scoping Description Category Re-scoping Technical Adjustment Price Adjustment


Requirements Requirements
1.0

2.0

3.0

4.0

5.0
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Appendix 1
Category 2: Non-Commercial White Paper Submission

Category Re-scoping Technical Adjustment Requirements Price Adjustment Requirements


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Appendix 1
Category 3: Commercially Confidential White Paper Submission

Category Re-scoping Technical Adjustment Requirements Price Adjustment Requirements


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APPENDIX 2

INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY TENDERERS RELATING TO POTENTIAL


WHITE PAPER SUBMISSIONS

CATEGORIZATION OF POTENTIAL WHITE PAPER SUBMISSION


(1) = Preferred
(2) = Non-Commercially Confidential
(3) = Commercially Confidential
* Tenderer to tick relevant box
PARAMETERS:
Will the White Paper Submission guarantee some form of demonstrable added Yes / No
value/material benefit to The Owner?
Will the White Paper Submission impact functionality? If yes, how? Yes / No
Will the White Paper Submission postpone Substantial Performance? If yes, what is the Yes / No
expected duration of the postponement?
Will the White Paper Submission require a variance or other changes to any required Yes / No
approvals (e.g. Permits)? If yes, please specify.
DESCRIPTION AND IMPACT OF THE WHITE PAPER SUBMISSION
1. Please provide a brief description of the White Paper Submission.
2. What are the specific provisions of the Contract Documents that relate to or may be affected by the
White Paper Submission?
3. What are the specific benefits which the Tenderer is prepared to guarantee will accrue to the Owner?
4. What are the assumptions or conditions, if any, which underlie the guarantee of specific benefits in item
3 above?
5. What are the potential financial impacts of the proposed change? (should be broken down into capital,
lifecycle, maintenance, operations)
6. What is the potential negative impact, if any, associated with the White Paper Submission?
7. List and describe any other factors which the Tenderer wishes the Owner to consider in considering the
merits of the White Paper Submission.

CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 00400
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00 40 00 FORM OF TENDER
Tender by:
Name of Tenderer

Address of Tenderer

Telephone Number Fax Number Email Address

hereinafter called the "Tenderer".

1 CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
.1 The Contract Documents for Tender Number: ISD14-2036 are listed in Section 00100
Amendments to the CCDC4 2011 Agreement.

2 TENDERER'S DECLARATIONS
.1 The Tenderer declares that it has obtained and read the Contract Documents.
.2 The Tenderer declares that it understands and agrees to be bound by the Contract Documents.
.3 Without limiting the generality of Item 2.2 of this Tender Form, the Tenderer declares that it has, at
the time of tendering, fulfilled all of those obligations under the Contract, which are required to be
fulfilled by the time of tendering.
.4 The Tenderer declares that all information, which it has provided or will provide to the City, is true.
.5 The Tenderer declares that this tender is made without knowledge, comparison of figures or
arrangement with any other company, firm or person submitting a Tender for the same Work.
.6 The Tenderer declares that no member of the City of Ottawa Council or any officer of the
Corporation of the City of Ottawa is, or will become, interested directly or indirectly as a contracting
party, partner, surety or otherwise or in the performance of the Contract, or in the supplies, Work or
business to which it relates or in any portion of profits thereof, or of any such supplies to be used
therein, or in any of the moneys to be derived therefrom.
7 The Tenderer agrees to provide, within 24 hours after notice by the City, a complete list of all
Subcontractors and manufacturers that will be retained for the duration of the Contract. This list will
be required prior to award.
.8 The Tenderer agrees that, June 1, 2016, assuming the issuance of an official commence work order
by the timelines outlined within the Contract, the Tenderer will commence the work, assembling all
necessary labour forces and equipment on the site and will continue the work with the utmost
diligence until completion.
.9 The Successful Tender shall complete the Work on or before the City's Date of Substantial
Performance and Completion as set out in the article Time for Completion of Contract / Work in
Document 00200 Instructions to Tenderers.

3 TENDERERS OFFER
.1 The Tenderer offers to do the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.
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.2 The Tenderer offers to do the Work and to accept payment at the contract price specified in this Tender
Form, in accordance with the Contract Documents.

4 ADDENDA
.1 The Tenderer acknowledges that it has received, reviewed and provided in its Tender Price for all
work and costs associated with the following addenda:

Addendum No. 1 dated

Addendum No. 2 dated

Addendum No. 3 dated

Addendum No. 4 dated

Addendum No. 5 dated

Addendum No. 6 dated

Addendum No. 7 dated

Addendum No. 8 dated

Addendum No. 9 dated

Addendum No. 10 dated

5 CONTRACT PRICE
The Schedule of Prices forms the basis for determining the Total Contract Price. Quantities for Unit Price items in
the Schedule of Prices are estimated.

SUMMARY AMOUNT

PART A GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS $

PART B TUNNELING AND ASSOCIATED WORKS $

PART C ODOUR CONTROL FACILITIES AND SURFACE


$
WORKS

PART D CASH ALLOWANCES $ 975,000

PART E PROVISIONAL ITEMS $

Total Contract Price (Sum of Part A to Part E)


$
(Do Not Include HST in Total Contract Price)
Contractors Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) Registration Number:
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.1 TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE: $


(Total Contract Price in Canadian Dollars, excluding value added taxes)

Repeat TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE in writing:

Canadian Dollars

This offer is made this day of, 20

CONTRACTOR (TENDERER) WITNESS

Signature Signature

Name and title of person signing Name and title of person signing

Signature Signature

Name and title of person signing Name and title of person signing

6 BASIS OF AWARD
The City intends to award a contract to the bidder who submits the lowest responsive bid (as defined
In the City of Ottawa Purchasing By-Law No. 50 of 2000, as amended) by Total Contract Price
(Excluding HST) described herein. Upon formal notification of award the bidder shall thereafter be
known as the Contractor.
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Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices Refer to Supplement #1

Within forty eight (48) hours of Tender Close, Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices Schedule shall be
completed by the three (3) lowest Tenderers and provided to the City of Ottawa.

Contract Number: ISD14-2036

For the purpose of this Tender the term Provide is defined as: supply, install, test and place into successful
operation.

Notes:

6.1 Provisional Items


.1 Items of work that are likely to be required during the course of construction but the exact quantities
or requirements of which will depend on ground conditions or other uncertain factors encountered,
are shown in the Schedule of Items and Prices under the heading Provisional Items. The Tenderer
acknowledges that the work in Provisional Items may or may not be executed in the Contract.

.2 Work done under such items will not require an individual Contract Change Order, but will be
authorized in writing and will be measured for payment.

.3 At the discretion of the Owner, this work may or may not be included in the Contract and may or
may not be taken into account by the Owner in comparing tenders and awarding a contract.
.4 The unit prices inserted above for provisional quantities shall be applicable to extras or deductions
even if actual quantities are found to vary considerably from them.

.5 Unless approved by the Owner, the substantial performance of the project shall not be delayed even
if the actual quantities of the provisional items are found to vary considerably.
.6 Provisional items are not major items as defined in CCDC4-2011 and if not used, or are partially
used, partial payment for unused amounts shall not be made.
6.2 Cash Allowances: Refer to Section 00410 for details and requirements.
6.3 All work is to be completed in accordance with the Contract Documents

6.4 In addition to the Breakdown of Items and Prices Schedule, the Contractor shall provide a schedule
of values to facilitate payment for lump sum items as per CCDC4-2011, GC5.2.5.
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Statement B: Subcontractors

The Contractor named in the form of Tender shall list all subcontractor (s) to be used for the project along with his or
her responsibilities in the space provided below.

Scope of Work Sub-Contractor


Division 1

Division 2

Division 3

Division 4

Division 5

Division 6

Division 7

Division 8

Division 9

Division 10

Division 11

Division 13

Division 14

Division 15

Division 16

Others (Specify)
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Within twenty four (24) hours of Tender Close, Statement B shall be completed by the three (3) lowest Tenderers and
provided to the Supply Branch, the City of Ottawa.

Replacement, substitution or addition of any Key Team Member and named subcontractor subsequent to the Request
for Pre-Qualification Submission Due Date is not permitted without the prior written consent of the City, which
consent may be withheld by the City. The Key Team Members and named subcontractors shall remain constant after
the Request for Pre-Qualification Submission Due Date through Tendering and until the end of Construction.

If there is any change in the Key Team Members and named subcontractors, subsequent to the Request for Pre-
Qualification Submission Due Date, written notice must be provided to the City five (5) business days before such
change. The City, in their sole and absolute discretion, may withhold consent, should the change have a material
adverse impact on the Project. The substitute must meet or exceed the qualifications of the Key Team Member and/or
subcontractor they replace.

In addition, any change, replacement, substitution or addition of a Key Team Member and subcontractor subsequent to
the Request for Pre-Qualification Submission Due Date, without the prior written consent of the City, may be grounds
for disqualification.

Statement C: Conflicts and Unfair Advantage

Tenderers are required to complete Form Conflict of Interest and Unfair Advantage, attached as Statement C within
twenty four (24) hours of Tender Close. Refer to GC17 outlined in Section 00200 Instructions to Tenderers.

END OF SECTION

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

STATEMENT A: BREAKDOWN OF ITEMS AND PRICES

STATEMENT C: FORM CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND UNFAIR ADVANTAGE


COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
Part A: General and Miscellaneous Items

A1 Mobilization/Demobilization
A1.1 General 1 LS
A1.2 TBM 1 LS
A2 Contaminated Soil Disposal Offsite 8,000 t
A3 Street Sweeping 1,000 hr
A4 Flusher (Operated) 3000 hr
A5 Hydro Excavating/Vacuum Truck (Operated) 150 hr
A6 Police Assistance at Intersections 500 hr $ 204.56 $ 102,280.00
A7 Incentive/Disincentive (Site 3a) 1 LS $ 630,000.00 $ 630,000.00
Subtotal Part A

Part B: Tunneling and Associated Works


B1 Tunneling and Precast Lining Installation
B1.1 EWT East (Site 5a to Site 3c) 2,015 m
B1.1.1 2400mm EWT Outlet Pipe 40 m
B1.2 EWT West (Site 3c to Site 1) 2,100 m
B1.3 NST (Site 10 to Site 6) 1,915 m
Pipe Jacking/Microtunneling Installation of RRC
B2
Diversion Sewer
B2.1 Drive 1 - Site 5B to Site 5A 140 m

B2.2 Drive 2 - Site 5B to Site 5C 145 m

B3 Shafts and Underground Structures

B3.1 Site 1 - TBM Extraction Shaft 1 LS


Site 2 Junction Chamber with Connections to EWT
B3.1.1 1 LS
and NST
B3.1.2 Site 2 EWT Access Chamber and Shaft 1 LS

Site 3a - RCI Diversion Chamber, Drop Structure,


B3.2 1 LS
and Deaeration Chamber, with Connection to EWT

Site 3c - EWT Access Chamber and Mid-Tunnel


B3.3 1 LS
Launch and/or Extraction Shaft
Site 4 - EWT Access Chamber and Shaft with
B3.4 1 LS
Tunnel Connection
Site 5a - EWT Outlet Chamber and EWT Launch or
B3.5 1 LS
Extraction Shaft
Site 5a - IOS Connection Chamber Including All
B3.6 1 LS
Connections
B3.7 Site 5b - RRC Microtunnel Shaft 1 LS
B3.8 Site 5c - RRC Diversion Chamber 1 LS
B3.9 Site 6 - Portal Construction and TBM Extraction 1 LS

Site 8 - McLeod Street Drop Structure, Vent Shaft,


B3.10 1 LS
Deaeration Chamber and Tunnel Connection

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.

Site 9 - Catherine Street Drop Structure, Vent Shaft,


B3.11 1 LS
Deaeration Chamber and Tunnel Connection

Site 9 - Catherine Street Sewer Chamber with


B3.11.1 1 LS
Lateral Connection to B3.11

B3.12 Site 10 - NST Launch Shaft and Access Chamber 1 LS

B4 Instrumentation and Monitoring


Monitoring Arrays, including installation,
B4.1 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 21 ea
abandonment
Automatic Total Stationing Systems, including
installation, maintenance, power supply,
B4.2 5 ea
programming, monitoring, automatic data collection
and reporting, and abandonment
Soil Deformation Monitoring Points, including
B4.3 installation, monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 54 ea
abandonment
Utility Monitoring Points, including installation,
B4.4 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 17 ea
abandonment
Vibrating Wire Piezometers, including installation,
B4.5 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 40 ea
abandonment, 2 sensors
Additional Vibrating Wire Piezometer Sensors,
B4.5.1 including installation, monitoring, reporting, 5 ea
maintenance, and abandonment
Inclinometers, including installation, monitoring,
B4.6 26 ea
reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
B4.7.1 Tiltmeter negotiation 1 LS
Tiltmeters, including installation, monitoring,
B4.7.2 172 ea
reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
Reflectorless Survey Points, including installation,
B4.8 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 98 ea
abandonment
Optical Survey Targets, including installation,
B4.9 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 31 ea
abandonment
Structural Monitoring Points, including installation,
B4.10 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 28 ea
abandonment
Multi Point Borehole Extensometers, 2 Sensors,
B4.11 including installation, monitoring, reporting, 15 ea
maintenance, and abandonment
Additional Multi-Point Borehole Extensometer
B4.11.1 5 ea
Sensors
Seismographs, including installation, monitoring,
B4.12 3 ea
reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
B4.13 Decommissioning Monitoring Wells 96 ea

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.

Develop and Implement Instrumentation Plan for


Cathcart/Bolton/King Edward areas, including all
B4.14 1 LS
equipment, installations, monitoring, reporting,
maintenance, and abandonment as appropriate

Develop and Implement Instrumentation Plan for


Cumberland, St. Andrew, and Bruyere/Cathcart
B4.15 areas, including all equipment, installations, 1 LS
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and
abandonment as appropriate
Develop and Implement Instrumentation Plan for
Tabaret Hall, including all equipment, installations,
B4.16 1 LS
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and
abandonment as appropriate
Pavement Monitoring Points, including installation,
B4.17 monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and 4 ea
abandonment/removal
Convergence Points and Tape Extensometer
B4.18 including installation, monitoring, reporting, 1 LS
maintenance, and abandonment/removal
B5 Division 1: General Requirements 1 LS
B6 Pre-Construction Inspection 1 LS
Subtotal Part B

Part C: Odour Control Facilities and Surface Works


Site 1: Odour Control Facility and Surface
C1 Subtotal
Works
C1.1 Division 1: General Requirements 1 LS
C1.2 Division 2 - Site Works
C1.2.1 Granular 'A' 657 t
C1.2.2 Granular 'B' - Type II 1146 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C1.2.3 77 t
Level C (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level C
C1.2.4 77 t
(PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 Level B
C1.2.5 90 t
(PG 58-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level B
C1.2.6 110 t
(PG 58-34)
Pipe - 50mm dia. copper (water service)
C1.2.7 including excavation, pipe supply, 19 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
Pipe - 1350mm RCP CL-65D Air Duct
C1.2.8 including excavation, pipe supply, 72 m
installation, and backfilling

Manholes for Air Duct - 2400mm dia. Precast


C1.2.9 2 ea
maintenance hole as per OPSD 701.013

C1.2.10 Tree removal 10 ea


C1.2.11 Dust control 1 LS
C1.2.12 Hydraulic seeding and mulching 1800 m2
C1.2.13 Topsoil, imported (100 mm thick) 180 m3

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C1.2.14 Tree planting 30 ea
600mm x 600mm PCC ditch inlet per OPSD-
C1.2.15 2 ea
705.030

C1.2.16 300mm PVC pipe storm sewer - class SDR 35 22 m

Chain security fence as per OPSD 972.130 -


C1.2.17 63 m
1.8m height
Single rail steel beam guide rail as per
C1.2.18 90 m
OPSD912.130
Extruder terminal system as per OPSD
C1.2.19 1 ea
922.530
C1.2.20 River stone 258 m2
Rip-rap treatment for ditch inlets per OPSD
C1.2.21 10 m2
810.020
Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C1.2.22 61 m2
islands
Asphalt sidewalks, paths, medians,
C1.2.23 58 m2
boulevards and islands
C1.2.24 "Omega" fence 1.778m height 13 ea
C1.2.25 "Omega" fence 1.549m height 4 ea
C1.2.26 Interpretive Panel 9 m
C1.2.27 Interlocking Pavers: P1A 14 m2
C1.2.28 Interlocking Pavers: P1B 6 m2
C1.2.29 Bench 1 ea
C1.2.30 Armour Stone Boulder 13 ea
Landscape Plantings (including roof
C1.2.31 1 LS
plantings)
C1.2.32 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C1.2.33 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C1.2.34 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C1.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C1.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C1.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C1.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C1.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C1.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C1.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C1.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C1.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS

C1.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS

C1.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS


C1.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C1.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
C2 Site 2: Surface Works Subtotal
C2.1 Division 1: General Requirements 1 LS
C2.2 Division 2 - Site Works
Full depth removal of asphalt, concrete
C2.2.1 1 LS
sidewalk, curb/gutter
Shave Asphalt Pavement - 40 mm (Dry
C2.2.2 1000 m2
Grinding)

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
Excavation, capping, removal and backfill of
C2.2.3 watermain, gas, Rogers, street lighting ducts 1 LS
and wiring, other utilities
C2.2.4 Granular 'A' 200 t
C2.2.5 Granular 'B' - Type II 370 t
Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C2.2.6 325 m2
islands
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C2.2.7 120 t
Level E (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level E
C2.2.8 60 t
(PG 64-34)
400mm Watermain PVC, CL 150, DR-18,
C2.2.9 including excavation, pipe supply, 17 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
400mm Butterfly valve, W5 & valve
chamber, W2, including excavation, pipe
C2.2.10 1 ea
supply, appurtenances, installation, and
backfilling
Excavation and backfill for relocation,
C2.2.11 blankings, and connections to existing 4 ea
watermains
Excavation, installation, connection, backfill,
C2.2.12 commissioning of gas main and coordination 11 m
with Enbridge
Excavation, coordination and backfill for
C2.2.13 1 LS
relocation of Rogers

Excavation, installation, connection, backfill


C2.2.14 6 m
of utilities (Street lighting ducts and wiring)

C2.2.15 Removal of light standard 2 ea


C2.2.16 Replacement of light standard 2 ea
C2.2.17 Replacement of road signage 1 ea
C2.2.18 Tree removal 12 ea
C2.2.19 Dust control 1 LS
C2.2.20 Tree planting 12 ea
C2.2.21 Remove and replace bicycle rack 5 ea
C2.2.22 Saw-cutting of asphalt 54 m
C2.2.23 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 4 m
Air Vent Chamber (including excavation, pipe
supply (air duct & drain), concrete and
C2.2.24 reinforcement, appurtenances, installation, 1 LS
granulars and backfilling) (excluding
Neoprene Flap Gate)
C2.2.25 Pea Gravel 11 m2
C2.2.26 Tree Grate and Guard 12 ea
C2.2.27 Landscape Plantings 1 LS
C2.2.28 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C2.2.29 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C2.2.30 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C2.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C2.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C2.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C2.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C2.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C2.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C2.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C2.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C2.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C2.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C2.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C2.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C2.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
Site 3a: Odour Control Facility and Surface
C3 Subtotal
Works
C3.1 Division 1: General Requirements 1 LS
C3.2 Division 2 - Site Works
Full depth removal of asphalt, concrete and
C3.2.1 1 LS
asphalt sidewalk, curb/gutter
Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C3.2.2 282 m2
islands
Asphalt sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C3.2.3 407 m2
islands
C3.2.4 Perforated pipe subdrain 38 m
C3.2.5 Granular 'A' 650 t
C3.2.6 Granular 'B' - Type II 542 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C3.2.7 90 t
Level B (PG 58-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level B
C3.2.8 90 t
(PG 58-34)
Pipe - 100mm dia. PVC SDR28 (sanitary
C3.2.9 service) including excavation, pipe supply, 5 m
installation, and backfilling
Pipe - 135mm dia. PVC SDR28 (sanitary
C3.2.10 service) including excavation, pipe supply, 67 m
installation, and backfilling
Pipe - 50mm dia. copper (water service)
C3.2.11 including excavation, pipe supply, 40 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
Pipe - 38mm dia. copper (water service)
C3.2.12 including excavation, pipe supply, 20 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
Excavation and backfill for water service
C3.2.13 1 ea
reconnection by open cut
C3.2.14 Concrete Barrier Curb as per SC1.1 188 m (P)
600mm PVC SDR35 odour control duct
C3.2.15 including excavation, pipe supply, 119 m (P)
installation, and backfilling
Excavate, cap, remove, and backfill existing
C3.2.16 1 LS
irrigation lines
Irrigation lines, including excavation, pipe
C3.2.17 supply, appurtenances, installation, and 21 m
backfilling
Excavate, remove, and backfill existing and
C3.2.18 17 m
abandoned watermain

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
200mm Watermain, PVC, CL 150, DR-18,
C3.2.19 including excavation, pipe supply, 40 m (P)
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
Excavation and backfill for relocation,
C3.2.20 blankings, and connections to existing 4 ea
watermains
Remove and replace catchbasin including
C3.2.21 3 ea (P)
leads
C3.2.22 Tree removal 21 ea
C3.2.23 Dust control 1 LS
C3.2.24 Hydraulic seeding and mulching 1250 m2
C3.2.25 Topsoil, imported (100 mm thick) 125 m3
C3.2.26 Saw-cutting of asphalt 79 m
C3.2.27 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 24 m
C3.2.28 Valve Box 1 ea

Excavation, installation, connection, backfill


C3.2.29 20 m
of utilities (Street lighting ducts and wiring)

C3.2.30 Removal of light standard 2 ea


C3.2.31 Replacement of light standard 2 ea
C3.2.32 Handrail and post removal 4 m
C3.2.33 Granite curb 9 m
C3.2.34 72" Palisade Bench 2 ea
C3.2.35 96" Palisade Bench 3 ea
C3.2.36 Trapecio Bench 1 ea
C3.2.37 Handrail 8 m
C3.2.38 Drinking Fountain 1 ea
C3.2.39 Granite Pillar 7 ea
C3.2.40 Landscape Plantings 1 LS
C3.2.41 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C3.2.42 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C3.2.43 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C3.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C3.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C3.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C3.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C3.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C3.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C3.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C3.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C3.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C3.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C3.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C3.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS

C3.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS

C4 Site 3b: Surface Works Subtotal


C4.1 All Works 1 LS
C5 Site 3c: Surface Works Subtotal
C5.1 Division 1: General Requirements 1 LS
C5.2 Division 2 - Site Works
Removal and reinstatement of Concrete
C5.2.1 20 m
Barrier Retaining Wall

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
Asphalt Pedestrian Walkway Removal
C5.2.2 861 m2
(existing and temporary)
C5.2.3 Asphalt for Pedestrian Walkway 971 m2
C5.2.4 Granular 'A' 380 t
C5.2.5 Granular 'B' - Type II 750 t
C5.2.6 Tree removal 51 ea
C5.2.7 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C5.2.8 Dust control 1 LS
C5.2.9 Sodding including watering 4013 m2
C5.2.10 Topsoil, imported (100 mm thick) 401 m3
C5.2.11 Saw-cutting of asphalt 5 m
Air Vent Chamber (including excavation, pipe
supply (air duct & drain), concrete and
C5.2.12 reinforcement, appurtenances, installation, 1 LS
granulars and backfilling) (excluding
Neoprene Flap Gate)
Site preparation for staging including
C5.2.13 removals, clearing and grubbing, stripping, 1 LS
access roads, etc.

Site preparation for reinstatement, including


C5.2.14 grading, topsoil and seed/sod, filter cloth, 1 LS
landscape plantings (not including trees), etc

C5.2.15 Tree Pruning 1 LS


C5.2.15 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C5.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C5.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C5.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C5.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C5.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C5.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C5.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C5.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C5.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C5.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C5.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C5.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C5.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
C6 Site 4: Surface Works Subtotal
C6.1 Division 1: General Requirements 1 LS
C6.2 Division 2 - Site Works
Full depth removal of asphalt, concrete
C6.2.1 1 LS
sidewalk, curb/gutter
Shave Asphalt Pavement - 40 mm (Dry
C6.2.2 1 m2
Grinding)

Excavation, capping, removal and backfill of


C6.2.3 abandoned watermain, watermain, gas main, 1 LS
sanitary sewer, storm sewer, other utilities

Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and


C6.2.4 120 m2 (P)
islands
C6.2.5 Granular 'A' 100 t

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C6.2.6 Granular 'B' - Type II 130 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C6.2.7 90 t
Level E (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level E
C6.2.8 50 t
(PG 64-34)
1200 mm concrete pipe storm sewer - class
C6.2.9 65D including excavation, pipe supply, 38 m (P)
installation, and backfilling
525 mm PVC SDR35 pipe sanitary sewer -
C6.2.10 including excavation, pipe supply, 42 m (P)
installation, and backfilling
200mm Watermain, PVC, CL 150, DR-18,
C6.2.11 including excavation, pipe supply, 14 m (P)
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
2400mm dia. Storm maintenance hole per
C6.2.12 4 ea
OPSD-701.013
1200mm dia.Round Sanitary maintenance
C6.2.13 4 ea
hole per OPSD-701.010
Excavation and backfill for relocation,
C6.2.14 blankings, and connections to existing 4 ea
watermains
C6.2.15 Dust control 1 LS
C6.2.16 Saw-cutting of asphalt 30 m
C6.2.17 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 6 m
Air Vent Chamber (including excavation, pipe
supply (air duct & drain), concrete and
C6.2.18 reinforcement, appurtenances, installation, 1 LS
granulars and backfilling) (excluding
Neoprene Flap Gate)
C6.2.19 Landscape Plantings 1 LS
C6.2.20 Tree Plantings 1 LS
Excavation, installation, connection, backfill,
C6.2.21 commissioning of gas main and coordination 24 m
with Enbridge
Remove and replace bicycle rack and Canada
C6.2.22 3 ea
Post box
C6.2.23 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C6.2.24 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C6.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C6.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C6.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C6.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C6.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C6.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C6.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C6.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C6.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C6.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C6.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C6.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C6.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
C7 Site 5a, 5b: Control Building and Surface Works Subtotal

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C7.1 Division 1 - General Requirements 1 LS
C7.2 Division 2 - Site Works
C7.2.1 Removal and salvage of unit pavers 20 m2 (P)
C7.2.2 Full depth removal of paths, walkways 1 LS
C7.2.3 Excavation, removal, backfill of culverts 9 m (P)
C7.2.4 Granular 'A' 700 t
C7.2.5 Granular 'B' - Type II 1250 t
C7.2.6 Pavers: P5A 59 m2

C7.2.7 Asphalt for Temporary Pedestrian Walkway 450 m2

C7.2.8 Stonedust for Pedestrian Walkway 200 m2


C7.2.9 Asphalt for Pedestrian Walkway 1530 m2
C7.2.10 600 mm CSP Culvert 9 m

1200mm Concrete ventilation pipe - class


C7.2.11 140D, including excavation, pipe supply, 58 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling

750mm Concrete ventilation pipe - class


C7.2.12 140D, including excavation, pipe supply, 46 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
2400 mm manhole with ditch inlet top,
C7.2.13 including excavation, supply, appurtenances, 1 ea
installation and backfilling
C7.2.14 Tree relocation 18 ea
C7.2.15 Tree removal 36 ea
C7.2.16 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C7.2.17 Dust control 1 LS
C7.2.18 Hydroseed 10667 m2
C7.2.19 Topsoil, imported (100 mm thick) 1067 m3
C7.2.20 Saw-cutting of asphalt 39 m
C7.2.21 Chain Link Fence and Gate 125 m
Site preparation including clearing and
C7.2.22 1 LS
grubbing, stripping, access roads, etc.
Site preparation for reinstatemeint, including
C7.2.23 1 LS
removals, grading, etc
C7.2.24 Landscape Plantings 1 LS

C7.2.25 Laurentian Stone precast Steps (1.8m wide) 3 ea

C7.2.26 Laurentian Stone wall 5 m


C7.2.27 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C7.2.28 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C7.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C7.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C7.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C7.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C7.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C7.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C7.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C7.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS

C7.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS

C7.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C7.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C7.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS

C7.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS

C8 Site 5c: Surface Works Subtotal


C8.1 Division 1 - General Requirements 1 LS
C8.2 Division 2 - Site Works
Remove Asphalt Pavement - Full Depth
C8.2.1 160 m2
(Stripping)
Shave Asphalt Pavement - 40 mm (Dry
C8.2.2 140 m2
Grinding)
C8.2.3 Removal of Concrete Sidewalk and Gutter 76 m2
C8.2.4 Removal of sanitary maintenance hole 2 ea (P)
Excavation, installation, connection, backfill,
C8.2.5 commissioning of gas main and coordination 15 m
with Enbridge
Excavation, capping, removal and backfill of
C8.2.6 watermain, sanitary sewer, overflow sewer, 1 LS
storm sewer
Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C8.2.7 76 m2
islands
C8.2.8 Granular 'A' 75 t
C8.2.9 Granular 'B' - Type II 115 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC1
C8.2.10 30 t
Level B (PG 58-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level B
C8.2.11 20 t
(PG 58-34)
150mm PVC CL150 DR-18 Watermain,
C8.2.12 including excavation, pipe supply, 16 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
Excavation and backfill for relocation,
C8.2.13 blankings, and connections to existing 2 ea
watermains
300 mm PVC pipe storm sewer - class SDR
C8.2.14 35, including excavation, pipe supply, 12 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
250 mm PVC pipe sanitary sewer, class SDR
C8.2.15 35, including excavation, pipe supply, 16 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
300 mm PVC pipe sanitary sewer, class SDR
C8.2.16 35, including excavation, pipe supply, 6 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
1200mm dia. Round Sanitary Manhole Hole
C8.2.17 1 ea
Type OPSD 701.010 with drop pipe
Connection into maintenance holes, catch
C8.2.18 9 ea
basins, ditch inlets, culverts and sewers
C8.2.19 Replacement of road signage 1 ea
C8.2.20 Dust control 1 LS
C8.2.21 Saw-cutting of asphalt 39 m
C8.2.22 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 8 m
C8.2.23 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C8.2.24 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C8.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C8.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C8.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C8.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C8.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C8.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C8.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C8.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C8.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C8.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C8.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C8.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C8.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
C9 Site 6: Surface Works Subtotal
C9.1 Division 1 - General Requirements 1 LS
C9.2 Division 2 - Site Works
C9.2.1 Clearing and Grubbing 1 LS
C9.2.2 Regulator Decommissioning 1 LS
C9.2.3 Sanitary Chamber 1 LS
C9.2.4 1200 x 4000 Precast Box Culvert 20 m
C9.2.5 Outfall headwall 1 LS
C9.2.6 Barrier for tree protection 300 m
C9.2.7 Tree removal 51 ea
C9.2.8 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C9.2.9 Slope rehabilitation/reinstatement 1 LS
C9.2.10 Dust control 1 LS
C9.2.11 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C9.2.12 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C9.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C9.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C9.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C9.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C9.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C9.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C9.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C9.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C9.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C9.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C9.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C9.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C9.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
C10 Site 8: Surface Works Subtotal
C10.1 Division 1 - General Requirements 1 LS
C10.2 Division 2 - Site Works

Remove full depth asphalt, concrete sidewalk,


C10.2.1 1 LS
concrete barrier curb, salvage unit pavers

C10.2.2 Removal of road signage 3 ea


Removal of sanitary maintenance hole,
C10.2.3 subdrain, abandoned watermain, watermain, 1 LS
sanitary sewer
Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C10.2.4 39 m2
islands
C10.2.5 Granular 'A' 50 t

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C10.2.6 Granular 'B' - Type II 91 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C10.2.7 17 t
Level C (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level C
C10.2.8 17 t
(PG 64-34)
200mm DI CL52 Watermain, including
C10.2.9 excavation, pipe supply, appurtenances, 30 m
installation, and backfilling
C10.2.10 200mm gate valve & valve box, W24 1 ea
Excavation and backfill for relocation,
C10.2.11 blankings, and connections to existing 4 ea
watermains
750mm Conc. Pipe Sanitary Sewer CSA
A257.2 Class 50D, including excavation, pipe
C10.2.12 7 m
supply, appurtenances, installation, and
backfilling
900mm Conc. Pipe Combined Sewer CSA
A257.2 Class 50D, including excavation, pipe
C10.2.13 1 m
supply, appurtenances, installation, and
backfilling
1200mm dia. Round Sanitary Maintenance
C10.2.14 1 ea
Hole Type OPSD 701.010
Connection into maintenance holes, catch
C10.2.15 1 ea
basins, ditch inlets, culverts and sewers

C10.2.16 Replacement of road signage 1 ea


C10.2.17 Tree removal 2 ea
C10.2.18 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C10.2.19 Dust control 1 LS
C10.2.20 Saw-cutting of asphalt 35 m
C10.2.21 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 4 m
Air Vent Chamber (including excavation, pipe
supply (air duct & drain), concrete and
C10.2.22 reinforcement, appurtenances, installation, 1 LS
granulars and backfilling) (excluding
Neoprene Flap Gate)
C10.2.23 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C10.2.24 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C10.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C10.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C10.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C10.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C10.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C10.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C10.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C10.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C10.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C10.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C10.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C10.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C10.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
Site 9: Odour Control Facility and Surface
C11 Subtotal
Works

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C11.1 Division 1 - General Requirements 1 LS
C11.2 Division 2 - Site Works
Remove full depth asphalt, concrete sidewalk,
C11.2.1 1 LS
concrete curbs
Concrete sidewalks, medians, boulevards and
C11.2.2 74 m2
islands
C11.2.3 Granular 'A' 132 t
C11.2.4 Granular 'B' - Type II 201 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C11.2.5 14 t
Level D (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level D
C11.2.6 14 t
(PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C11.2.7 12 t
Level E (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level E
C11.2.8 15 t
(PG 64-34)

1800mm x 1300mm Reinforced Concrete Box


C11.2.9 Pipe, including excavation, pipe supply, 6 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling

900mm PVC SDR35 odour control duct,


C11.2.10 including excavation, pipe supply, 2 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
250mm PVC SDR35 catchbasin lead,
C11.2.11 including excavation, pipe supply, 3 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
300mm PVC SDR35 storm sewer, including
C11.2.12 excavation, pipe supply, appurtenances, 35 m
installation, and backfilling

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
600mmx600mm PCC catch basin per OPSD-
C11.2.13 1 ea
705.010
1200mm dia. Round Storm Maintenance Hole
C11.2.14 3 ea
Type OPSD 701.010
C11.2.15 Excavation, removal, backfill of gas main 29 m
Excavation, installation, connection, backfill,
C11.2.16 commissioning of 100mm gas main 29 m
(coordinated with Enbridge)
Connection into maintenance holes, catch
C11.2.17 1 ea
basins, ditch inlets, culverts and sewers
Remove and replace catchbasin including
C11.2.18 1 ea (P)
leads
C11.2.19 Tree removal 3 ea
C11.2.20 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C11.2.21 Dust control 1 LS
C11.2.22 Hydraulic seeding and mulching 245 m2
C11.2.23 Topsoil, imported (100 mm thick) 25 m3
C11.2.24 Saw-cutting of asphalt 34 m
C11.2.25 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 4 m
Air Vent Chamber (including excavation, pipe
supply (air duct & drain), concrete and
C11.2.26 reinforcement, appurtenances, installation, 1 LS
granulars and backfilling) (excluding
Neoprene Flap Gate)
C11.2.27 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C11.2.28 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C11.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C11.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C11.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C11.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C11.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C11.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C11.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C11.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C11.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS

C11.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS

C11.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS


C11.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C11.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
C12 Site 10: Surface Works Subtotal
C12.1 Division 1 - General Requirements 1 LS
C12.2 Division 2 - Site Works
C12.2.1 Removal of chainlink fence and gate 70 m (P)
C12.2.2 Granular 'A' 7 t
C12.2.3 Granular 'B' - Type II 12 t
Performance Graded Superpave 12.5 FC2
C12.2.4 3 t
Level D (PG 64-34)
Performance Graded Superpave 19 Level D
C12.2.5 3 t
(PG 64-34)

5400mm x 1800mm Precast Concrete Valve


C12.2.6 Chamber, including excavation, pipe supply, 1 LS
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling

Pipe -100mm PVC CL150 DR-18 (water


C12.2.7 service), including excavation, pipe supply, 11 m
appurtenances, installation, and backfilling
Excavation and backfill for relocation,
C12.2.8 blankings, and connections to existing 1 ea
watermains
C12.2.9 Concrete barrier curb as per SC1.1 10 m (P)
C12.2.10 Dust control 1 LS
C12.2.11 Saw-cutting of concrete curb, sidewalk 10 m
C12.2.12 Chain Link Fence and Gate 128 m
Air Vent Chamber (including excavation, pipe
supply (air duct & drain), concrete and
C12.2.13 reinforcement, appurtenances, installation, 1 LS
granulars and backfilling) (excluding
Neoprene Flap Gate)
C12.2.14 Landscape Plantings 1 LS
C12.2.15 Tree Plantings 1 LS
C12.2.16 Site Restoration 1 LS
C12.2.17 Tree Pruning 1 LS
C12.2.17 All Other Sections in Division 2 1 LS
C12.3 Division 3: Concrete 1 LS
C12.4 Division 4: Masonry 1 LS
C12.5 Division 5: Metals 1 LS
C12.6 Division 6: Woods and Plastics 1 LS
C12.7 Division 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection 1 LS
C12.8 Division 8: Windows and Doors 1 LS
C12.9 Division 9: Finishes 1 LS
C12.10 Division 10: Furnishings 1 LS
C12.11 Division 11: Equipment 1 LS
C12.12 Division 13: Special Construction 1 LS
C12.13 Division 14: Conveying Equipment 1 LS
C12.14 Division 15: Mechanical 1 LS
C12.15 Division 16: Electrical 1 LS
Subtotal Part C

Part D: Cash Allowances


D1 Dispute Review Board 1 Allowance $ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00
D2 As-Built Drawings 1 Allowance $ 75,000.00 $ 75,000.00

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL (CSST)
Form of Tender - Statement A (Breakdown of Items and Prices)
CITY OF OTTAWA CONTRACT NO.: ISD14-2036
Statement A: Breakdown of Items and Prices
ITEM
DESCRIPTION QTY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
NO.
D3 Commissioning 1 Allowance $ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00
D4 Operation and Maintenance Manuals 1 Allowance $ 25,000.00 $ 25,000.00
D5 Demonstration and Training 1 Allowance $ 25,000.00 $ 25,000.00
D6 Warranty Maintenance 1 Allowance $ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.00
D7 NST Pull Back Sewer Interference 1 Allowance $ 500,000.00 $ 500,000.00
D8 Additional PWGSC Infrastructure Monitoring 1 Allowance $ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00
Subtotal Part D $ 975,000.00

Part E: Provisional Items


E1 Additional Contaminated Soil Disposal Offsite 250 Tonne

Water Treatment Plant Equipment, Mobilization,


E2 1 ea
Operation, Maintenance, and Demobilization

Treatment of Contaminated Water through Plant


E2.1 1,000 m3
Specified under E2 and Discharge

E2.2 Disposal of Contaminated Water Offsite 1,000 m3

E3 Barrier for Tree Protection 200 m


Replacement of Unsuitable Native Backfill Material
E4 500 m3
with Granular A
Replacement of Unsuitable Native Backfill Material
E5 500 m3
with Granular B Type II
Replacement of Unsuitable Native Backfill Material
E6 500 m3
with SSM Type III
Remove and Replace asphalt for Temporary
E7 100 m2
Reinstatement (40mm HL3, 40mm HL8)
E8 Temporary Granular A Surface 100 t
E9 Remove and Replace Monolithic Concrete Sidewalk 50 m2
E10 Flowable Fill for Utility Support 15 m3
E11 Select Subgrade for Trench Backfill 2000 t
E12 Additional Subexcavation (Including Removals) 100 m3
E13 Additional Excavation and Backfill with Clear Stone 100 t
E14 CCTV (Sewers Not Included in Contract Items) 100 m
E15 Rock Removal by Blasting 100 m3
E16 Rock Removal by Mechanical Means 100 m3
E17 Supply and Installation of Reinforcing Steel 5 t
Supply and Installation of 20 Mpa Cast-in-Place
E18 10
Concrete m3
Supply and Installation of 30 Mpa Cast-in-Place
E19 10
Concrete m3
E20 Supply and Installation of Excavation Support System 10 m2
Subtotal Part E

TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE (PART A+B+C+D+E) EXCLUDING HST

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STATEMENT C Conflict of Interest and Unfair Advantage Declaration

_____________________________

(Name of Tenderer)

Re: City of Ottawa Tender No. [Number] (the Tender)

Unless otherwise disclosed herein, we confirm that neither the Tenderer nor any of its team members has
(or will have) any conflict of interest (as defined below) or obtained an unfair advantage (as defined
below) in connection with making its Tender submission and participating in the Tender process,
including but not limited to:

having knowledge of or the ability to avail itself of information that is confidential to the
Owner in relation to the project, the Tender and the Tender process, other than information
which was disclosed by the Owner to all Tenderers in the normal course of the Tender
process;

being conferred preferred treatment in the Tender process;

in respect of the project, the Tender, its Tender submission and the Tender process, having a
material relationship with any current or former officials, employees or representatives of the
Owner;

as the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario are anticipated to provide funding
for the project, any elected or appointed official or senior employee, agent or representative
of the Government of Canada, Province of Ontario or the Owner having a material financial
interest in or deriving a material benefit from the Tenderer or a team members participation
in the Tender process; or

in respect of the Project, the Tender, its Tender submission and the Tender process, having a
material relationship with those persons listed in Section 32 of the Instructions to Tender, or
their respective officers, directors, employees, partners, shareholders or agents.

The Tenderer and/or its team member(s) hereby disclose the following conflict(s) of interest or unfair
advantage(s):

______________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________

Instruction: Fully describe any conflict of interest or unfair advantage. If none exist, please mark Nil.

Where the Tenderer and/or a team member shall disclose a conflict of interest or unfair advantage, the
Owner reserves the right to review such conflict of interest or unfair advantage (including with reference
to any conditions of funding made by the Government of Canada and/or Government of Ontario) and to
exercise all or any rights available to it, including as set out in the Tender.
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 00410
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL CASH ALLOWANCES
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 3

Part 1 General

1.1 TOTAL CASH ALLOWANCES

.1 The total Cash Allowance shall be $ 975,000.00 (Nine Hundred Seventy Five Thousand
dollars) as identified in Section 00400 Form of Tender.

.2 The contractor shall carry in Section 00400 - Form of Tender the total cash allowances
identified in Part D for this section and shall include in the Total Contract Price.

.3 The Cash Allowance shall be available for the following noted items. For all items noted
below, no work is to proceed unless directed by the Contract Administrator. Following
direction from the Contract Administrator, the Contractor shall submit a formal plan for
each item for the Contract Administrators review a minimum of fourteen (14) days prior
to implementation.
.1 Dispute Review Board (DRB): This item shall be used for the DRB services as
outlined in Section 00803.
.2 As-Built Drawings: This item shall be used to pay for preparation of as-built
drawings by the Contractor as per the requirements outlined within the
specifications.
.3 Commissioning: This item shall be used to pay for all services relating to the
requirements of Section 01810.
.4 Operation and Maintenance Manuals: This item shall be used to pay for all
services relating to the requirements of Section 01750.
.5 Demonstration and Training: This item shall be used to pay for all services
relating to the requirements of Section 01820.
.6 Warranty Maintenance: This item shall be used to pay for maintenance services
during the one (1) year warranty period beginning at issuance of Substantial
Completion.
.7 NST Pull Back Sewer Interference: Payment against the allowance amount
included on the Form of Tender shall be made for man-made obstructions
encountered during tunneling that stop forward progress of the TBM. Allowance
will cover TBM delay operating cost and repair costs and any associated costs
with removing the obstruction and associated labor. This includes obstructions
related to the Pull-back sewer along the NST including reinforced concrete pipe,
rock bolts and other items that stop forward progress of the TBM and other
potential obstructions along the alignment such as tiebacks. The Contractor is to
provide a plan for dealing with the obstruction for the Contract Administrators
review a minimum of 30 working days prior to TBM arrival at this location.
.8 Additional PWGSC Infrastructure Monitoring: This item shall be used to pay
for monitoring of additional PWGSC infrastructure not indicated on the Contract
Drawings or outlined in Section 02480 and 02482. Installation, data collection and
monitoring shall be completed by a third party hired by the Contractor following
the general and security requirements of Section 01117. Upon Contract Award the
third party shall attend a pre-construction monitoring meeting with the Contract
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Administrator and PWGSC staff to determine the location, type(s) of equipment to


be installed, monitoring frequency and methods for data collection and storage.
All works related to this cash allowance item shall be completed in strict
conformance with the specifications including, but not limited to, Section 01117,
01119, 02480, and 02482.

1.2 CASH ALLOWANCES

.1 Consult with the Contract Administrator in the selection of products or services, obtain
proposals from suppliers and installers, and offer recommendations.

.2 Submit, with application for payment, labour and material invoices, invoices showing
date of purchase, from whom the purchase was made, the date of delivery of the product
or service, and the price, including delivery to the site and applicable taxes.

.3 Cash Allowance payments will only be made with the written authorization of the
Contract Administrator. The Contractor shall have no claim on the unused portion of any
cash allowance.

.4 Refer to CCDC 4, GC 4.1.

.5 Cash allowances, unless otherwise specified, cover net cost to the Vendor, subVendor,
products, construction machinery and equipment, freight, handling, unloading, storage,
installation, other authorized expenses and applicable taxes (excluding HST) incurred in
performing the work stipulated under cash allowance item.

.6 Include progress payments on accounts of work authorized under cash allowances in the
Contract Administrator's monthly certificate for payment.

.7 Prepare schedule jointly with the Contract Administrator to show when items called for
under cash allowances must be authorized by the Contract Administrator for ordering
purposes so that progress of Work will not be delayed.

.8 Amounts of each allowance, for work specified in respective specification sections, are
shown in the Form of Tender.

.9 Expend each allowance as directed by Contract Administrator. Allowances will be


adjusted to actual cost as defined hereunder:

.10 Material and Installation Allowances:


.1 Amount of each Material Allowance includes:
.1 Net cost of material
.2 Applicable taxes and duties, excluding HST.
.3 Delivery to site
.2 In addition to amount of allowances include in the Total Contract Price costs for:
.1 Handling at site, including unloading, uncrating, storage and hoisting.
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.2 Protection from elements, from damage


.3 Labour, installation and finishing
.4 Other expenses required to complete the installation
.5 Overhead and profit as allowed under Section 00105

1.3 CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY

.1 Contractors Duties:
.1 Assist the Contract Administrator and the City in determining qualified suppliers.
.2 Obtain proposals from suppliers when requested by the Contract Administrator.
.3 Make appropriate recommendations for consideration by the Contract
Administrator.
.4 Notify the Contract Administrator immediately of:
.1 Any reasonable objections Contractor may have against any supplier.
.2 Any effect on the Construction Schedule anticipated by the selection under
consideration.
.5 On notification of the selection, execute purchase agreement with the designated
supplier.
.6 Arrange for and process shop drawings, product data and samples.
.7 Make arrangements for delivery.
.8 On delivery, inspect products for damage or defects.
.9 The Contractor is solely responsible for rectifying and paying for any costs
resulting from transportation damage.
.10 Install and finish products in accordance with the Contract Documents.

1.4 ADJUSTMENT OF COST

.1 Should the net cost be more or less than the allowance, the Contract Amount will be
adjusted by Change Order.

.2 The City reserves the right to use the Cash Allowances identified for other construction
items. The Contractor shall carry this out as directed by the Contract Administrator.

END OF SECTION

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STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 Page 1 of 10

SS-1 Standard Detail Drawings

1.1 The Contractor acknowledges that certain standard detail drawings, which are provisions
of this Contract, have not been reproduced for inclusion in the Contract Documents.
These standard drawings are listed in subsections SS-1.3 and SS-1.4. Some of the
standard detail drawings may be shown on the Contract Drawings.

1.2 The Contractor acknowledges that the standard drawings referred to in subsections SS-
1.3 are the Ontario Provincial Standard Drawings (OPSD) as produced and amended by
the government of the Province of Ontario.

Only the municipal and provincial common standards on OPS Volumes 1 to 4 and the
municipal-oriented specifications in OPS volumes 7 and 8 apply to this Contract, unless
specified otherwise in the Contract Documents.

The Contractor also acknowledges that the standard detail drawings referred to in
subsections SS-1.4 are the Standard Detail Drawings as produced and amended by the
City of Ottawa.

The Contractor shall obtain its own copy of the standard detail drawings from the
Standard Tender Documents Vol. #2: Material Specifications and Standard Detail
Drawings dated March 31, 2015.

These documents are available from the City of Ottawa, Infrastructure Services Branch,
and it is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure that it has the correct document.
Contact information for standards is as follows: standardssection@ottawa.ca.

1.3 The Ontario Provincial Standard Drawings (OPSD) which are provisions of this Contract
are:

OPSD Revision
Description
NO. Date
219.--- Nov-2006 Erosion and Sediment Control (Series of Drawings)
403.010 Nov-2013 Galvanized Steel Honeycomb Grating for Ditch Inlets
405.020 Nov-2013 Maintenance Hole Steps, Solid
406.010 Nov-2013 Aluminum Ladder
701.010 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Maintenance Hole, 1200 mm Diameter

701.011 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Maintenance Hole, 1500 mm Diameter


701.012 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Maintenance Hole, 1800 mm Diameter

701.013 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Maintenance Hole, 2400 mm Diameter

701.014 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Maintenance Hole, 3000 mm Diameter


701.015 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Maintenance Hole, 3600 mm Diameter
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OPSD Revision
Description
NO. Date
705.010 Nov-2014 Precast Concrete Catch Basin, 600 x 600 mm

705.030 Nov. 2014 Precast Concrete Ditch Inlet, 600 x 600 mm

802.010 Nov-2014 Flexible Pipe Embedment and Backfill, Earth Excavation


802.013 Nov-2014 Flexible Pipe Embedment and Backfill, Rock Excavation
802.030 Nov-2010 Rigid Pipe Bedding, Cover and Backfill Type 1 or 2 Soil
Rigid Pipe Bedding, Cover and Backfill Type 3 Soil Earth
802.031 Nov-2010
Excavation
Rigid Pipe Bedding, Cover, and Backfill, Type 4 Soil Earth
802.032 Nov-2010
Excavation
802.033 Nov-2010 Rigid Pipe Bedding, Cover, and Backfill, Rock Excavation
810.020 Nov. 2013 General Rip-Rap Layout for Ditch Inlets
Guide Rail System, Steel Beam, Steel Post with Offset Block
912.130 Nov. 2008
Assembly Installation Single Rail
Energy Attenuator, End Treatment, Steel Beam Energy Attenuating
922.530 Nov. 2010
Terminal, Extruder Terminal System with Wooden Posts, Installation
972.130 Nov. 2012 Fence, Chain-Link, Installation Roadway

NOTE: OPSD references noted above and in the Specification Sections for Specifications in the
OPSS Volume 3 and Volume 4, shall be the latest revision as of Apr. 2015 unless otherwise
specified.

1.4 The City of Ottawa Standard Detail Drawings which are provisions of this Contract are:

City of Ottawa
Date
Standard Detail Drawings
Sewer
S1 Installation of Catch Basin with Curb and Gutter Mar. 2009
S2 Installation of Catch Basin with Monolithic Sidewalk and Curb, Barrier and
Mar. 2009
Depressed Curb
S3 Installation of Curb Inlet Type Catch Basin Mar. 2009
S6 Single Trench (Sewer) Mar. 2013
S7 Combined Trench (Sewers and Sewer Services) Mar. 2013
S8 Clay Seal for Pipe Trenches Mar. 2006
S10 Support Detail for Existing Utility Crossing Sewer or Watermain Trench May 2001
S11 Sewer Service Connection Mar. 2006
S13 Connection to Sanitary or Combined Trunk Sewer Mar. 2005
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S19 Heavy Duty Fish Type Round Catch Basin Cover (Modified OPSD
Mar. 2008
400.07)
S22 Curb Inlet Fish Type Catch Basin Frame Mar. 2008

S23 Curb Inlet Fish Type Catch Basin Cover May 2001

S24 Standard Circular Sanitary and Combined Maintenance Hole Cover Mar. 2015

S24.1 Standard Circular Storm Maintenance Hole Cover Mar. 2015


S25 Standard Circular Frame for Maintenance Holes (Modified OPSD
Mar. 2008
401.020)
Road
R1 Subdrain Installation Detail Mar. 2009

R10 Standard Road Cut Reinstatement May 2001


Fence
F4 200mm Diameter Steel Bollard Installation for Road Closure Jan. 2015

F7 Tree Preservation Protection Fence Feb. 2014


F9 Chain Link Fence Mar. 2014
Sidewalk and Curb

SC1.1 Concrete Barrier Curb for Granular Base Pavement (Modified OPSD-
Mar. 2014
600.110)
SC2 Monolithic Concrete Curb and Sidewalk July 2014

SC9 Interlocking Paving Stones Installation Procedures Mar. 2014

SC9.3 Concrete Curb and Gutter with Interlocking Sidewalk Mar. 2014

SC20 Asphalt Walkway Feb. 2014


Water

W1 Pipe Joints at Chambers May 2001

W2 Circular Chamber Butterfly Valves Mar. 2007

W3 Circular Chamber Gate Valves Mar. 2007

W4 Tapping Valve & Sleeve in Chamber Mar. 2007

W5 Circular Chamber Base Sections May 2001


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W6 Circular Chamber Section May 2001

W7 Precast Top for Butterfly & Tapping Valve Chambers May 2001

W8 Precast Top for Gate Valve Chambers May 2001

W9 Adjustment Section May 2001

W14 Precast Top May 2001

W14.1 Construction Joint Waterproofing Details Mar.2008

W15 Standard Cover for Valve Chambers Mar. 2002

W16 Standard Frame for Valve Chambers (Modified OPSD-401.020) Mar. 2008

W17 Standard Trench Detail Mar. 2013

W19 Hydrant Installation Mar. 2013

W22 Thermal Insulation for Watermains in Shallow Trenches Mar. 2013

W23 Thermal Insulation for Watermains in at Open Structures Feb. 2004

W24 Valve Box Assembly Mar. 2007

W25 Watermain Crossing Below Sewer Mar. 2013

W25.1 Typical Connection Detail From New To Existing Watermain May 2001

W25.2 Watermain Crossing Over Sewer Mar. 2013

W25.3 Concrete Thrust Blocks for PVC and DI Pipe 400mm and Under May 2001

W25.4 Thrust Block Dimension Tables for PVC and DI Pipe 400mm and
Mar. 2011
Under
W25.5 Restraining and Retaining Rings for PVC and DI Pipe 400mm and
May 2001
Under

W25.6 Table of Restrained Lengths for PVC and DI Pipe 400mm and Under Mar. 2011

W26 Typical Service Line 19 & 25mm (Nominal) Diameter Mar. 2013

W28 Temporary Support for Existing Watermain May 2001


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W29 Support Detail for Crossing Below an Existing Watermain May 2001

W29.1 Support Detail for Crossing Below an Existing Watermain Mar. 2005

W33 Service Line 40 & 50 (Nominal) Diameter Mar. 2013

W35 Service Post Assembly for Services up to 50mm Mar. 2013

W36 Tracer Wire Installation Mar. 2014

W38 Service Installation at Sewer Crossing May 2001

W39 Cathodic Protection for Ductile Iron Watermain Systems Mar. 2013

W40 Cathodic Protection for PVC Watermain Systems Mar. 2013

W41 Typical Anode Installation DI Watermain Mar. 2013

W42 Typical Anode Installation PVC Watermain Mar. 2014

W47 Waterproofing of Splices Mar. 2011

W48 Cathodic Protection Details Single Anode Array at Copper Service Mar. 2013

W50 Typical Private Service >=100mm Connection Procedure Mar. 2013


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SS-2 Standard Specifications

2.1 The Contractor acknowledges that certain standard specifications, which are provisions
of this Contract, have not been reproduced for inclusion in the Contract Documents.
These standard specifications are listed in subsections SS-2.3 and SS-2.4, and in the
Schedule of Prices. All references to measurement for payment within these
standard specifications shall not apply.

2.2 The Contractor acknowledges that the standard specifications referred to in subsections
SS-2.1 and SS-2.3 are the Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications (OPSS) as
produced and amended by the government of the Province of Ontario. All references to
measurement for payment within these standard specifications shall not apply.

Only the municipal and provincial common standards on OPS Volumes 1 to 4 and the
municipal-oriented specifications in OPS volumes 7 and 8 to this Contract, unless
specified otherwise in the Contract Documents.

The Contractor also acknowledges that the standard specifications referred to in


subsections SS-2.1 and SS-2.4 are from the Standard Tender Documents Vol. #1
Construction Specifications as produced and amended by the City of Ottawa.

The Contractor also acknowledges that the standard specifications referred to in


subsections SS-2.1 and SS-2.5 are from the Standard Tender Documents Vol. #2
Material Specifications and Standard Detail Drawings as produced and amended by the
City of Ottawa.

The Contractor shall obtain its own copy of the City of Ottawas standard specifications
from the Standard Tender Documents Vol. #1: Construction Specifications and Vol. #2:
Material Specifications and Standard Detail Drawings dated March 31, 2015.

These documents are available from the City of Ottawa, Infrastructure Services Branch,
and it is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure that it has the correct document.
Contact information for standards is as follows: standardssection@ottawa.ca.

2.3 The Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications (OPSS) which are provisions of this
Contract are:

OPSS
Revision Date Description
No.
102 October 1992 Weighing of Materials
120 November 2014 Use of Explosives
Schedule of Rental Rates for Construction Equipment
127 Current
including Model and Specification Reference
128 Current The Supply of Materials from Designated Sources
180 November 2011 Management of Excess Material
310 November 2012 Hot Mix Asphalt
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OPSS
Revision Date Description
No.
Asphalt Sidewalk, Driveway, Boulevard and Sidewalk
311 November 2009
Resurfacing
351 November 2010 Concrete Sidewalk
353 November 2010 Concrete Curb and Gutter Systems
401 November 2013 Trenching, backfilling, and compacting
Rock Excavation for Pipelines, Utilities, and Associated
403 November 2010
Structures in Open Cut
404 November 2010 Support Systems
405 November 2008 Pipe Subdrains
Maintenance Holes, Catch Basins, Ditch Inlets and Valve
407 November 2014
Chambers
Adjusting or Rebuilding Manholes, Catch Basins, Ditch Inlets
408 November 2014
and Valve Chambers
409 November 2013 Closed Circuit Television Inspection of Pipelines
410 November 2013 Pipe Sewer Installation in Open Cut
415 November 2013 Pipeline Installation By Tunnelling
416 November 2013 Pipeline and Utility Installation by Jacking and Boring
Site Preparation for Pipelines, Utilities, and Associated
490 November 2010
Structures
501 November 2014 Compacting
Preservation, Protection and Reconstruction of Existing
504 November 2010
Facilities
Dewatering of Pipeline, Utility and Associated Structure
517 November 2010
Excavation
518 November 2011 Control of Water from Dewatering Operations
772 November 2012 Chain-Link Fence
803 November 2010 Sodding
1150 November 2010 Hot Mix Asphalt
1541 November 2012 Chain-link Fence Components
120.M
November 2014 Explosives
UNI
206.M
November 2013 Grading
UNI
212.M
November 2013 Borrow
UNI
510.M
November 2014 Removal
UNI
1820.
November 2014 Circular and Elliptical Concrete Pipe
MUNI

NOTE: OPSS references noted above and in the Specification Sections for Specifications in the
OPSS Volume 1 and Volume 2, shall be the latest revision as of Apr. 2015 unless otherwise
specified.
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2.4 The City of Ottawa Standard Special Provisions which are provisions of this Contract
are:
Clause
Revision Date Description
No.
S.P. No: F-1005 March 2015 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan
S.P. No: F-1010 March 2008 Traffic Control plan
SP No: F-1011 March 2013 Pre-Construction Inspection
SP No: F-1012 March 2015 Police Assistance at Intersection
SP No: F-1013 March 2015 Construction Site Pedestrian Control Plan
S.P. No: F-1014 March 2006 Steel Interlocking Pedestrian Barriers
S.P. No.: F-2060 March 2008 Earth Excavation, Grading (Including Removals)
S.P. No.: F-2120 March 2005 Select Subgrade Material for Trench Backfill
S.P.No.: F-3130 Mar. 2015 Quality Assurance of Hot Mix Asphalt
S.P. No: F-3147 March 2014 Granular Material
March 2015 Concrete Sidewalks, Medians, Boulevards, and
S.P. No: F-3510
Islands
S.P. No: F-3531 March 2008 Concrete Curb and Gutter
S.P. No: F-4031 March 2011 Rock Excavation for Sewers and Watermains
S.P. No: F-4050 March 2009 Pipe Subdrain
Maintenance Holes, Catchbasins, Ditch Inlets, and
S.P. No: F-4070 March 2015
Chambers
Adjusting or Rebuilding Maintenance Holes, Catch
S.P. No: F-4080 March 2015
Basins, Ditch inlets and Valve Chambers
S.P. No: F-4081 March 2015 Self-Leveling Maintenance Hole Frame and Cover
S.P. No: F-4090 March 2014 Cleaning and Televising Sewer
S.P. No.: F-4100 March 2014 Pipe Sewers
Connecting to Existing Maintenance Holes Catch
S.P. No.: F-4101 March 2013
Basins, Ditch Inlets, Culverts and Sewers
S.P. No.: F-4102 March 2009 Expanded Polystyrene Insulation for Sewers
S.P. No.: F-4104 March 2011 Abandonment of Sewer Infrastructure
S.P. No.: F-4105 March 2013 Maintaining Flow in Sewers and Sewer Services
S.P. No.: F-4411 March 2015 Watermain Construction by Open Cut
S.P. No.: F-4412 March 2015 Watermain Pipe
S.P. No.: F-4413 March 2015 Valves, Valve Boxes, Valve Chambers
S.P. No.: F-4414 March 2015 Hydrants
S.P. No.: F-4415 March 2015 Insulation for Watermains
S.P. No.: F-4416 March 2015 Temporary Services
Relocations, Blankings and Connections to Existing
S.P. No.: F-4417 March 2015
Watermains
S.P. No.: F-4418 March 2015 Water Services
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Clause
Revision Date Description
No.
S.P. No.: F-4491 March 2015 Commissioning of Watermains
S.P. No.: F-4492 March 2015 Thrust Restraint of Watermains and Fittings
Tracing Wire for Watermains and Non-Metallic
S.P. No.: F-4493 March 2015
Forcemains
S.P. No.: F-4494 March 2015 Cathodic Protection of New Watermains and Fittings
S.P. No.: F-5103 March 2011 Removal of Asphalt Pavement, Partial Depth
S.P. No.: F-5104 March 2007 Precision Milling
S.P. No.: F-7722 March 2011 Chain Link Fence Coating System
S.P. No.: F-8011 March 2013 Tree Protection
S.P. No. F-8028 March 2013 Sweeper/Flusher
S.P. No.: F-8047 March 2015 Hedgerows, Nursery Stock and Reforestation
S.P. No. D-001 March 2008 Construction on or Adjacent to the Queensway
S.P. No. D-005 April 2015 Control of Vehicular and Pedestrian Traffic
Compliance with Regulations Bylaws for Erosion &
S.P. No. D-006 March 2004
Sediment Control
S.P. No. D-009 March 2004 Work in Confined Spaces
S.P. No. D-
March 2011 Work Schedule and Cash Flow Forecast
010A
Construction Activities Around Trees Field Practices
S.P. No. D-014 March 2013
& By-Laws
Concrete Mix Design Submission and Field Testing
S.P. No. D-018 March 2014
Requirements Asphalt Mix Design Requirements
S.P. No. D-023-
May 2015 Quality Verification Engineering Services
B
S.P. No. D-029 March 2015 Contractor Quality Control Compaction
S.P. No. D-032B May 2015 Protection of Species at Risk and Wildlife Protocol

2.5 The City of Ottawa Material Specifications which are provisions of this Contract are:

Clause Revision
Description
No. Date
M.S. No: MS-13.1 March 2013 Maintenance Holes, Catch Basins, ICDs, and TWSIs
M.S. No: MS-18.1 March 2011 Sewer Pipe
M.S. No: MS-22.1 March 2011 Sewers-General
M.S. No: MS-22.15 March 2014 Approved Sewer Products Listing
M.S. No: MW-13.1 March 2013 Valve Boxes and Chambers
M.S. No: MW-18.1 March 2014 Watermain Pipe
M.S. No: MW-19.1 March 2015 General Specification
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M.S. No: MW-19.2 March 2007 Tracing Wire


M.S. No: MW-19.3 March 2013 Special Fittings, Couplings and Test Tees
M.S. No: MW-19.4 March 2015 Fire Hydrants
M.S. No: MW-19.5 March 2013 Valves
M.S. No: MW-19.6 March 2015 Water Meters
M.S. No: MW-19.7 March 2013 Tapping Sleeves and Repair Clamps
M.S. No: MW-19.8 March 2015 Services
M.S. No: MW-19.9 March 2011 Cathodic Protection
M.S. No: MW-19.15 March 2015 Approved Water Distribution Products Listing

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 00496
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Part 1 General

1.1 SCOPE

.1 The three low tenderers shall submit, within three (3) Working Days after opening of the
tenders, one copy of all documentary information generated in preparation of tender
prices for this Project. This material is hereinafter referred to as Escrow Bid Documents
(EBDs). The EBDs of the successful bidder will be held in escrow for the duration of the
Contract and Warranty Period. Escrow Bid Documents of the other bidders will be
returned to the bidders following award and execution of the respective contract.
.2 The successful tenderer agrees, as a condition of award of the Contract, that the Escrow
Bid Documents constitute all the information used in preparation of its tender and that no
other tender preparation information shall be considered in resolving disputes or claims,
or in negotiation of change orders to the Contract.

.3 Nothing in the Escrow Bid Documents shall change or modify the terms or conditions of
the Contract.

1.2 OWNERSHIP

.1 The EBDs are and shall always remain the property of the Contractor subject only to
joint review by the Contract Administrator and the Contractor, except as provided for
herein.

.2 The City acknowledges the information contained in the EBDs is not known outside the
Contractors business, is known only to a limited extent and only by a limited number of
employees of the Contractor, is safeguarded while in Contractors possession, is
extremely valuable to the Contractor, and could be extremely valuable to the
Contractors competitors by virtue of it reflecting the Contractors contemplated
techniques of construction.

.3 The City further acknowledges that the EBDs and the information contained therein are
made available to the City only because such action is an express prerequisite to award
of the Contract. The City acknowledges that the EBDs include a compilation of
information used in the Contractors business to obtain an advantage over competitors
who do not know of or use the contents of the documentation. The City agrees to
safeguard the EBDs and all information contained therein against disclosure, to the
fullest extent permitted by law.

1.3 PURPOSE

.1 EBDs will be used to assist in the negotiation of price adjustments and change orders and
in the settlement of disputes and claims. They will not be used for pre-award evaluation
of the Contractor's anticipated methods of construction or to assess the Contractor's
qualifications for performing the Work.

.2 If Contractor wishes to subcontract any portion of the Work after award that was not
identified in the Tender Documents, City retains the right to require Contractor to submit
Escrow Bid Documents from Subcontractor before subcontract is approved.
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1.4 FORMAT AND CONTENTS

.1 Tenderers may submit EBDs in their usual cost estimating format. It is not intended that
extra work is required in preparing the tender; however, the format and contents of the
EBDs must be sufficient to ensure that the EBDs will be adequate to enable complete
and proper understanding and proper interpretation for their intended use. The EBDs
shall be in the English language only.

.2 The EBDs shall clearly itemize, organize and identify the estimated costs of performing
the work of each item contained in the Tender Schedule. Items should be separated into
sub-items as required to present a complete and detailed cost estimate and allow a
detailed cost review. For ease of reference and completeness, each cost item and sub-
item shall be preceded with a summary sheet, with appropriate references, to its various
cost components. Where alternative construction methods are used in the estimate, the
EBDs shall describe the methods used and pertinent information related to the cost of
such methods. The EBDs shall include all quantity take-offs, crews, equipment,
calculations of rates of production and progress, copies of quotations from sub-
contractors and suppliers, and memoranda, narratives, consultants reports, add/deduct
sheets and all other information used by the Contractor to arrive at the prices contained
in the tender. Estimated costs shall be broken down into the Contractor's usual estimate
categories, such as direct labor, repair labor, equipment operation, equipment ownership,
expendable materials, permanent materials and subcontract costs as appropriate. Plant
and equipment and indirect costs should be detailed in the Contractor's usual format. The
Contractor's allocation of plant and equipment, indirect costs, contingencies, mark-up
and other items to each tender item shall be clearly indicated.

.3 With regard to the Contractors estimate of TBM work, the EBDs shall specifically
include at least the following: assumed TBM penetration rates for the various rock
conditions; assumed rock support for the various reaches (confirmation of the Contract
requirement to use precast concrete segments); estimated TBM down-time (all
categories) and utilization; assessment of geotechnical, hydrogeological, TBM and
construction variables that affect performance parameters; cutter cost and anticipated
cutter changes, and maintenance or replacements for rings, hubs, bearings, mounting
brackets, etc.; and a detailed TBM manufacturers proposal for equipment and
performance with at least the details as required in the Specifications. Distinguish all of
the foregoing items between tunnel sections for which full pressure-mode is required,
tunnel sections for which full pressure-mode is anticipated by the Contractor, and tunnel
sections for which semi-pressure-mode or no face pressure are required or anticipated.
Consistent with the requirements of this subparagraph, the Contractor, in addition, shall
enclose with the EBDs, the completed Attachment 3, which is included in Section
0496A.

.4 The EBDs shall clearly show in calculations, text, or both, the relationship between
baseline indications presented in the Contract Documents and assumptions that form the
basis for the Contractor's means, methods, equipment selection, rates of production, and
costs.

.5 All costs shall be identified. For bid items for which the extended amount is less than
$10,000, estimated unit costs are acceptable without a detailed cost estimate, provided
that labor, equipment, materials and subcontracts, as applicable, are included and
provided that indirect costs, contingencies, and mark-up, as applicable, are allocated.
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.6 Bid Documents provided by City should not be included in the EBDs unless needed to
comply with the above requirements.

1.5 SUBMITTAL

.1 The EBDs shall be submitted to the Escrow Agent, by each of the three lowest bidders in
a sealed container within three days after the date of the Bid Opening, excluding
Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays. The container shall be clearly marked on the
outside with the Bidder's name, date of submittal, project name, Contract No., and the
words Escrow Bid Documents.

.2 The EBDs shall be accompanied by the ESCROW BID DOCUMENTATION


CERTIFICATION, included as Attachment 1 of Section 00496A, signed by an
individual authorized by the Bidder to execute the bid, stating that the material in the
Escrow Bid Documentation constitutes all the documentary information used in the
preparation of the bid and that he or she has personally examined the contents of the
EBDs container and has found that the documents in the container are complete. The
ESCROW BID DOCUMENTATION CERTIFICATION shall be enclosed in a separate
envelope and attached to the outside of the EBD container so as to be readily accessible
to the Escrow Agent without having to open the document container. The bidder will
obtain the completed ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF DELIVERY certification, included
as Attachment 2 of Section 00496A, from the Escrow Agent and will deliver the
acknowledgment and a copy of the Escrow Bid Documentation Certification which
accompanied the Escrow Bid Documents, to the City within said three-day period.

.3 Prior to award of the Contract, the EBDs of the apparent successful bidder will be
examined, organized and inventoried by representatives of the Contract Administrator,
together with members of the Contractor's staff who are knowledgeable in how the bid
was prepared. This examination is to ensure that the EBDs are authentic, legible, and
complete. It will not include review of and will not constitute approval of proposed
construction methods, estimating assumptions, or interpretations of the Contract
Documents. Examination will not alter any condition(s) or term(s) of the Contract.

.4 If all documentation required in the Format and Contents has not been included in the
original submittal, additional documentation shall be submitted, at the City's discretion,
prior to award of the Contract. The detailed breakdown of estimated costs shall be
reconciled and revised, if appropriate, by agreement between the Contractor and City,
prior to award of Contract.

.5 If the Contract is not awarded to the apparent successful Tenderer, the EBDs of the next
Tenderer to be considered for award shall be processed, as described above.

.6 Timely submission of the complete EBDs is an essential element of the Tenderers


responsibility and a prerequisite to Contract award. Failure to provide the necessary
EBDs within the specified time frame will be sufficient cause for City to reject the
Tender.

.7 If the Tenderer's proposal is based on subcontracting any part of the Work, each
subcontractor whose total subcontract price exceeds five percent of the total contract
price proposed by the Tenderer, shall provide separate EBDs to be included with those of
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the Tenderer. These documents will be opened and examined in the same manner and at
the same time as the examination described above for the apparent successful Tenderer.

.8 EBDs submitted by unsuccessful tenderers will be returned unopened, unless opened as


provided for above, following award of the Contract.

.9 If the Contractor wishes to subcontract any portion of the Work after award, City retains
the right to require the Contractor to submit EBDs from the subcontractor before the
subcontract is approved.

1.6 STORAGE

.1 The EBDs shall be placed in escrow for the life of the Contract, in the institution
specified herein. The cost of storage will be borne by the City. Should the Contractor
contest the specific storage institution selected by the City, the City may, at its
discretion, negotiate with the Contractor to determine a mutually agreeable institution,
but is under no obligation to do so.

1.7 EXAMINATION

.1 The EBDs shall be examined by both City and Contractor, at any time deemed necessary
by either City or Contractor, to assist in the negotiation of price adjustments and change
orders, or the settlement of disputes.

.2 Examination of the EBDs is subject to the following conditions:


.1 City stipulates and expressly acknowledges that the EBDs constitute trade secrets
and are proprietary and confidential as described herein.
.2 City and Contractor shall each designate, in writing to the other party a minimum
of ten days prior to examination, representatives who are authorized to examine
the EBDs. In addition, with notification to both the City and the Contractor,
members of the Dispute Review Board (DRB) may examine the Escrow Bid
Documents if the DRB determines such examination is necessary for the DRB to
exercise its responsibility to assist in the settlement of a dispute.
.3 Access to the EBDs will take place only in the presence of duly designated
representatives of both City and Contractor; except that:
.1 If the Contractor refuses to be present or to cooperate in any other way in
the review of the documents, the City or its representative may upon notice
to the Contractor, review such documents without the Contractor being
present; and
.2 Review of EBDs by DRB members shall take place without the City or
Contractor or any of their representatives being present, such review being
agreed by the City and Contractor to constitute private deliberations of the
DRB.

.4 No other person shall have access to the EBDs other than as described in this
Section, unless agreed in writing between the City and the Contractor.

1.8 FINAL DISPOSITION


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.1 The EBDs will be returned to the Contractor at such time as the Contract has been
completed and final payment has been made, provided that no claims are either pending
or forthcoming. EBDs will only be returned subsequent to the latter of final resolution of
any outstanding, pending or forthcoming claims or the warranty period.

1.9 EXECUTION OF ESCROW AGREEMENT

.1 The three low tenderers, as a condition of award of the Contract, shall execute the
Escrow Agreement included in Section 00496A, and submit the EBDs within the
specified timeframe after bid opening.

END OF SECTION

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AGREEMENT AND ATTACHMENTS
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ESCROW AGREEMENT

This Agreement made and entered into as of the day of , 201 by and
between the [ ] (the Owner or City), [ ] as Escrow Agent (Escrow
Agent) and (the Tenderer), Witnesseth That:

WHEREAS the City of Ottawa is a public entity in Ontario Province, which is presently engaged
in a competitive tendering process governed by law to award a construction contract to the lowest
responsible and eligible Bidder for a construction project entitled Combined Sewage Storage
Tunnel; and

WHEREAS the Tenderer has submitted a Tender on this Contract and is one of the apparent
three low Tenderers for this Contract; and Section 00496 of the Specifications of the Contract
Documents requires the apparent three low Tenderers to submit, within three days after the date
of the Tender Opening, excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, one copy of all
documentary information generated in preparation of Tender prices for this Project, as described
in Format and Contents of Section 00496, this material hereinafter referred to as Escrow Bid
Documents or EBDs, to the Escrow Agent together with a certification in the form provided as
Attachment 1 of this Section; and

WHEREAS, the Escrow Agent, for stated consideration, is willing to assume the obligations of
Escrow Agent as agreed herein;

NOW THEREFORE, for consideration mutually acknowledged, the City and the Tenderer each
hereby agree, in respect of itself as appropriate:

.1 The Tenderer shall comply with the provisions of Section 00496 of the
Specifications of the Contract Documents by delivering a copy of the Escrow Bid
Documents to the Escrow Agent within the required time limits together with the
required Certification. The Tenderer shall receive from the Escrow Agent an
Acknowledgement of Delivery of Tender Documentation in the form attached
hereto as Attachment 2, at the time the Tenderer delivers the Escrow Bid
Documents to the Escrow Agent. The Tenderer shall deliver the original Escrow
Agent Acknowledgement and a copy of the Escrow Bid Document Certification,
in the form attached hereto as Attachment 1, to the City within the required time
limits.

.2 The City will comply with the provisions of Section 00496 of the Specifications
of the Contract Documents regarding use of the Escrow Bid Documents and will
safeguard the Escrow Bid Documents and all information contained therein
against disclosure to the fullest extent permitted by law.

.3 The Escrow Agent is hereby expressly authorized to receive, store, safeguard,


release and return the Escrow Bid Documents during the life of the applicable
Contract as directed in writing by the City and the Tenderer.
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.4 The Escrow Agent is hereby expressly authorized to return the Escrow Bid
Documents to the Tenderer if the Tenderer is unsuccessful and not awarded the
Contract with the City. Otherwise, the Escrow Agent is expressly authorized to
only release the Escrow Bid Documents under the following circumstances:
.1 For joint examination by the City and the Tenderer; or
.2 For return to the Tenderer at such time as the Contract has been completed
and final payment has been made provided no claims are outstanding,
pending or forthcoming; or
.3 Under such circumstances as is provided for in Section 00496 of the
Specifications, or as mutually agreed by the City and the Tenderer, which
direction shall be delivered in writing by the City, signed by both parties, to
the Escrow Agent.
.4 Should access be requested by the DRB, the EBD would also be released to
the DRB for viewing.

.5 The City and the Tenderer further acknowledge and agree as follows:
.1 That the Escrow Agent: (i) will not be responsible for any of the agreements
referred to herein but will be obligated only for the performance of such
duties as are specifically set forth in the Escrow Agreement; (ii) will not be
obligated to take any legal or other action hereunder which might in its
judgment involve any expense or liability unless it will have been furnished
with acceptable indemnification; (iii) may rely on and will be protected in
acting or refraining from acting upon any written notice, instruction,
instrument, statement, request or document furnished to it hereunder and
believed by it to be genuine and to have signed or presented by the proper
person, and will have no responsibility for determining the accuracy thereof;
and (iv) may consult counsel satisfactory to it, including house counsel, and
the opinion of such counsel shall be full and complete authorization and
protection in respect of any action taken, suffered or omitted by it hereunder
in good faith and in accordance with the opinion of such counsel.
.2 Neither the Escrow Agent nor any of its directors, officers or employees will
be liable to anyone for any action taken or omitted to be taken by it or any of
its directors, officers or employees hereunder except in the case of gross
negligence or willful misconduct to the fullest extent permitted by law. The
City and the Tenderer covenant and agree to indemnify the Escrow Agent
and hold it harmless without limitation to the extent permitted by law from
and against any loss, liability or expense of any nature incurred by the
Escrow Agent arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or with
the administration of its duties hereunder, including, but not limited to, legal
fees and other costs and expenses of defending or preparing to defend
against any claim or liability in the premises, unless such loss, liability or
expense shall be caused by the Escrow Agent's willful misconduct or gross
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negligence. In no event will the Escrow Agent be liable for indirect, special
or consequential damages.
.3 In the event the Escrow Agent's obligations would involve the handling of
Escrow Funds, which is not presently contemplated, the City and the
Tenderer, to the extent permitted by law, agree to assume any and all
obligations imposed now or hereafter by any applicable tax law with respect
to the payment of Escrow Funds under this Agreement, and to indemnify
and hold the Escrow Agent harmless from and against any taxes, additions
for late payment, interest, penalties and other expenses, that may be
assessed against the Escrow Agent on any such payment or other activities
under this Agreement. The City and the Tenderer undertake to instruct the
Escrow Agent in writing with respect to the Escrow Agent's responsibility
for withholding and other taxes, assessments or other governmental charges,
certifications and governmental reporting in connection with its acting as
Escrow Agent under this Agreement. To the fullest extent permitted by law,
the City and the Tenderer agree to indemnify and hold Escrow Agent
harmless from any liability on account of taxes, assessments or other
governmental charges, including, without limitation, the withholding or
deduction or the failure to withhold or deduct same, and any liability for
failure to obtain proper certification or to properly report to governmental
authorities, to which the Escrow Agent may be or become subject in
connection with or which arises out of this Agreement, including costs and
expenses (including reasonable legal fees), interest and penalties.
.4 The Escrow Agent shall have no more or less responsibility or liability on
account of any action or omission of any book-entry depository or
subescrow agent employed by the Escrow Agent than it would if such action
or omission was made by itself, except to the extent that such action or
omission of any book-entry depository or subescrow agent was caused by
the Escrow Agent's own negligence or bad faith.
.5 That the City pay or reimburse the Escrow Agent for any costs and legal
fees incurred in connection with the preparation of this Agreement and to
pay the Escrow Agent's reasonable compensation for its normal services
hereunder as agreed in advance between the Escrow Agent and the City.
The Escrow Agent shall be entitled to reimbursement on demand for all
expenses incurred in connection with the administration of the escrow
created hereby which are in excess of its compensation for normal services
hereunder, including without limitation, payment for any legal fees incurred
by the Escrow Agent in connection with resolution of any claim by any
party hereunder.
.6 The Escrow Agent may at any time resign as Escrow Agent hereunder by
giving thirty days prior written notice of resignation to the City and the
Tenderer. Prior to the effective date of the resignation as specified in such
notice, the City will issue to the Escrow Agent a written instruction
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authorizing redelivery of the Escrow Bid Documents and any Escrow Funds
to a bank or trust company that it selects subject to the reasonable consent of
the Tenderer. Such bank or trust company shall have capital, surplus and
undivided profits in excess of $50,000,000. If, however, the City fails to
name such a successor escrow agent within twenty days after the notice of
resignation from the Escrow Agent, the Tenderer shall be entitled to name
such escrow agent. If no successor escrow agent is named by the City or the
Tenderer, the Escrow Agent may apply to a court of competent jurisdiction
for appointment of a successor escrow agent. The provisions of paragraphs
5.2 and 5.3 shall survive the termination of this Agreement.
.6 Dispute Resolution: It is understood and agreed that should any dispute arise with
respect to the delivery, ownership, right of possession, and/or disposition of the
Escrow Bid Documents and/or any Escrow Funds, or should any claim be made
upon such Fund by a third party, the Escrow Agent, upon receipt of written notice
of such dispute or claim by the parties hereto or by a third party, is authorized and
directed to retain in its possession without liability to anyone, all or any of said
Escrow Bid Documents and/or Fund until such dispute shall have been settled
either by the mutual agreement of the parties involved or by a final order, decree
or judgment of a Court in the Province of Ontario, the time for perfection of any
appeal of such order, decree or judgment having expired. The Escrow Agent may,
but shall be under no duty whatsoever to, institute or defend any legal proceedings
that relate to the Escrow Bid Documents and/or any Escrow Fund.

.7 Consent to Jurisdiction and Service: The City and the Tenderer hereby absolutely
and irrevocably consent and submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the
Province of Ontario and of any federal court located in said Province in
connection with any actions or proceedings brought against the City and the
Tenderer by the Escrow Agent arising out of or relating to this Escrow
Agreement.

.8 Force Majeure: Neither the City, the Tenderer nor Escrow Agent shall be
responsible for delays or failure in performance resulting from acts beyond their
control. Such acts shall include, but not be limited to, acts of God, strikes,
lockouts, riots, acts of war, epidemics, governmental regulations superimposed
after the fact, fire, communication line failures, power failures, earthquakes or
other disasters.

.9 Notices: Any notice permitted or required hereunder shall be deemed to have


been duly given if delivered personally or if mailed certified or registered mail,
postage prepaid, to the parties at their addresses set forth below or to such other
address as they may hereafter designate.
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If to the City:

Attn:

If to the Bidder:

Attn:

If to the Escrow Agent:

Attn:
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.10 Binding Effect: This Agreement shall be binding upon the respective parties
hereto and their heirs, executors, successors and assigns.

.11 Modifications/Termination: This Agreement may not be altered, modified or


terminated without the express written consent of the parties hereto. No course of
conduct shall constitute a waiver of any of the terms and conditions of this Escrow
Agreement, unless such waiver is specified in writing, and then only to the extent
so specified. A waiver of any of the terms and conditions of this Escrow
Agreement on one occasion shall not constitute a waiver of the other terms of this
Agreement, or of such terms and conditions on any other occasion.

.12 Governing Law: This Escrow Agreement shall be governed by and construed
under the laws of the Province of Ontario.
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______________________________
ESCROW AGENT CITY

By: By:
______________________________
Signature Signature

______________________________
Typed Name Typed Name

______________________________
Title Title

______________________________
Date Date

Attest:
By:
Clerk

CONTRACTOR

By:

Signature

Typed Name

Title

Date

Attest:
By:
Secretary
AFFIX SEAL
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AGREEMENT AND ATTACHMENTS
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ATTACHMENT 1

ESCROW BID DOCUMENT CERTIFICATION

THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY CERTIFIES THAT THE TENDER DOCUMENTATION


CONTAINED HEREIN CONSTITUTES ALL THE INFORMATION USED IN
PREPARATION OF THE TENDER AND THAT I HAVE PERSONALLY EXAMINED
THESE CONTENTS AND HAVE FOUND THAT THIS TENDER DOCUMENTATION IS
COMPLETE.

SIGNATURE:

NAME:
(Print)

TITLE:

FIRM:

DATE:

ATTEST BY:
(Secretary)

AFFIX SEAL

COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL

Bid Date:

NOTE: ATTACH TO TENDER DOCUMENTATION CONTAINER, ACCESSIBLE TO ESCROW


AGENT. DO NOT ENCLOSE INSIDE CONTAINER.
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ATTACHMENT 2

ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF DELIVERY OF TENDER DOCUMENTATION

,
AS ESCROW AGENT, IDENTIFIED IN CONTRACT DOCUMENTS
FOR THE COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PROJECT

HEREBY CERTIFIES THAT


(Name of Contractor)

AS IDENTIFIED BY
(Representative of Contractor)

HAS DELIVERED TO ESCROW AGENTS OFFICE FOR STORAGE, A SEALED CONTAINER,


WHICH TENDERER REPRESENTS TO BE ALL DOCUMENTATION USED IN THE PREPARATION
OF TENDERERS TENDER, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE ESCROW BID DOCUMENTS, AS
TENDERER REPRESENTS IT IS REQUIRED TO DO IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONTRACT
DOCUMENTS OF THE ABOVE REFERENCED CONTRACT, THIS
DAY OF , 2015.

(Name of Escrow Agent)

BY:

DATE:

ATTEST BY:
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AGREEMENT AND ATTACHMENTS
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ATTACHMENT 3

1. Did the Contractor rely on either the GDR, GBR or both in preparing its Tender?

2. If the Contractor did not rely on the GDR, GBR or both in preparing its Tender, attach a narrative
describing the following:

The specific portion(s) of the above-referenced upon which the Contractor did not rely.
What information the Contractor specifically used instead of the portion(s) of the above-reference
reports.
The impact on the Tender price of not using the identified portion(s) of the above-referenced reports.

3. Complete the following table as a summary of the information required in Section 00496, Article 1.4,
Paragraph 3.

Instantaneous
Reach Reach Cutter Cutter Cutter Penetration Average TBM
(TBM Length Life Changes Cost Rate Penetration TBM Down Utilization
Sections) (m) (cm/ring) (number) ($/cutter) (mm/rev) Rate (m/hr) Time (hrs) (%)

4. The Escrow Bid Documents shall include, and Tenderer shall confirm the inclusion of such
information:

Any geotechnical reports prepared for and/or commissioned by the Contractor


Tunnel Boring Machine manufacturer's report to the Contractor

END OF SECTION
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL DISPUTE REVIEW BOARD
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Part 1 GENERAL

1.1 SCOPE
.1 A Dispute Review Board (DRB), with highly experienced members, shall be established to
assist in the resolution of disputes, claims and other controversies in connection with, or
arising out of performance of the Work of this Contract. The DRB will assist the
Contractor and the City in resolution of disputes in a timely manner by providing non-
binding, confidential recommendations to the City and the Contractor in accordance with
this section of the specifications, solely based on factual matters presented, and its physical
observations of the project.

.2 The following provisions describe the purpose, procedure, function and key features of
the DRB. A Three-Party Agreement formalizing the creation of the DRB is provided in
Section 00803A. In the event of conflict, the provisions of the Three-Party Agreement
take precedence over the provisions herein.

.3 The DRB will assist in and facilitate the timely and equitable resolution of disputes
between City and Contractor in an effort to avoid construction delay and implementation
of Mediation or Arbitration methods of dispute resolution as provided in General
Conditions Part 8.

.4 It is not intended for City or the Contractor to default on their normal responsibility to
amicably and fairly settle their differences by indiscriminately referring them to the
DRB. It is intended that the DRB encourage the City and Contractor to resolve potential
disputes without resorting to this review procedure.

.5 Either the City or the Contractor may refer a dispute to the DRB. Referral to the DRB
should be initiated as soon as it is apparent that the dispute resolution efforts indicated in
the General Conditions are not succeeding, and prior to initiating Mediation or
Arbitration methods of dispute resolution procedures by either party as required by
General Conditions Part 8.

.6 The DRB shall impartially and promptly consider disputes referred to it, and shall
provide written recommendations to the City and Contractor, to assist in the resolution of
these disputes.

.7 The recommendations are not binding on either party.

.8 The Contract Administrator/Consultant/Engineer acts as the representative of the City


and has specific responsibilities and authority relating to contract administration and
resolution of disputes, claims and other controversies as provided in the General
Conditions and Supplementary Conditions. Where so indicated in this Section by the
context of the statement(s), references to the City shall be understood to mean City or
Contract Administrator/Consultant/Engineer.
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1.2 CONTINUANCE OF WORK DURING DISPUTES

.1 At all times during the course of the dispute resolution process, the Contractor shall
diligently continue with the Work as directed, without delay, conforming to the Citys
decision or order, and all applicable provisions of the Contract.

1.3 MEMBERSHIP

.1 General: The DRB will consist of three members selected jointly by the City and the
Contractor. The three members will meet to select the member that will act as the
chairman.

.2 Experience: All DRB members shall be experienced with work of the type to be
performed under the Contract, interpretation of Contract Documents, and resolution of
construction disputes.

.3 Neutral and Impartial: DRB members shall be neutral, act impartially, and not have any
conflict of interest, meaning ownership interest, financial interest or contractual
relationships with the City, Contract Administrator or Contractor at any tier as further
described in Article 1.3.4 of this Section.

.4 Criteria for Membership: For purposes of this Section, the term member also includes
the member's current primary or full-time employer, and involved means having a
contractual relationship with the City, Contract Administrator or Contractor at any tier.
The criteria and limitations for membership are:

.1 No member shall have an ownership interest or a financial interest in any party


involved in this Contract, except for payment for their own services on the DRB.

.2 No member shall have been previously employed by, or have had financial ties to,
any party involved in the Contract within a period of five years prior to award of
the Contract other than for services on a previous DRB.

.3 No member shall have had prior involvement in the Project, of a nature that could
compromise that members ability to participate impartially in the DRB's
activities.

.4 During his or her tenure on the DRB, no member shall be employed, including fee-
based consulting services, by any party involved in the Contract, except with the
express approval of both parties.

.5 During his or her tenure on the DRB, no member shall engage in a discussion or
make an agreement with any party involved in the Contract regarding employment
after the Contract is completed.

.6 All members shall be fluent in English and shall prepare their recommendations in
English.
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.7 No member shall have provided to either party fee-based consulting services


within the five years prior to award of the Contract.
.5 Availability: Prompt resolution of disputes is a priority. DRB members shall be able to
complete their review of information, deliberations, and preparation of recommendations
within the time frames indicated herein. DRB members shall be prepared to comply with
these requirements as a condition of their assignment to the DRB.

.6 Disclosure Statement: Before their appointments are final, all three prospective
members shall submit complete disclosure statements for the approval of both the City
and Contractor. Each statement shall include a resume of experience, together with a
declaration describing all past, present and anticipated or planned future relationships,
including indirect relationships through the prospective member's primary or full-time
employer, to this Project and with all parties involved in the Contract. Disclosure of
close professional or personal relationships with all key members of all parties to the
Contract shall be included. Relationships with any party indirectly involved shall also be
disclosed, including relationships with the Contract Administrator, designers, architects,
engineers, or other professional service firms or consultants, joint-venture partners,
subcontractors of any tier, and suppliers on this project.

.7 Nomination and Approval of the Three Members: The City and Contractor shall each
prepare a list of 10 proposed DRB members and convey the names and reference
information to the other party within 20 Working Days after Award of the Contract. The
City and the Contractor shall meet within 10 Working Days of receipt of both lists to
jointly select and nominate three members to serve as the DRB. The Contract
Administrator, will solicit from each nominee the resume and disclosure statement
described in Paragraph 1.3.6 of this Section. Nominees shall be requested to provide
requested information within two weeks of receipt of notice. Within two weeks of
receipt of resumes and disclosure statements, the City and Contractor shall meet and
shall either approve all three nominees or reject one or more nominees. In the event of
rejection, the City and Contractor shall reconsider the remaining individuals from the
original list of 10 prospective members. One or more names shall be selected as required,
and the process for soliciting resume(s) and disclosure statement(s) shall be repeated
until three members are approved to serve on the Board.

.8 Selection of the DRB Chairman:

.1 Immediately after the selection of the three DRB members, the Contract
Administrator will notify the selected members of their approval, and request the
three members to confer and select among themselves one member to act as the
chairman. The process of electing the chairman will be completed within three
weeks of the notification of the three DRB members.

.2 In the event of an impasse in selection of the member to act as the chairman, the
chairman shall be selected by mutual agreement of the City and Contractor.
.9 Execution of Three-Party Agreement: The City, Contractor, and all three members of
the DRB shall execute the Three-Party Agreement provided in Section 00803A within
four weeks after the selection and approval of the three members.
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1.4 OPERATION
.1 General

.1 The DRB shall formulate its own operating procedures, which shall be in
accordance with the provisions of these specifications. The procedures adopted by
the DRB will be in writing and provided to the City and the Contractor for their
approval. The procedures shall be kept flexible to adapt to changing situations.
The DRB shall initiate, with the City's and Contractor's concurrence, new
procedures or modifications to old ones, whenever this is deemed appropriate.
.2 Neither party shall solicit any DRB member's advice or consultation on matters
concerning the conduct of the Work outside of a DRB meeting where all parties
are present and aware of such requests.

.2 Reports to DRB: The members will be kept informed of construction activities and other
developments by means of regular weekly progress reports, minutes of progress
meetings, and other relevant information prepared by the City, Contract Administrator
and Contractor.

.3 Regular Visits by DRB: The DRB shall visit the Project site and meet with
representatives of the City, Contract Administrator and Contractor at regular intervals,
with a minimum frequency of at least once every three months, and more frequently at
times of critical construction events. The frequency and scheduling of these visits shall
be as agreed among the City, Contractor and the DRB, depending on the progress of the
Work. In case of failure to agree, the DRB shall schedule the visits.

.4 Regular Meetings with DRB: The regular meetings shall be held at the job site. Each
meeting shall consist of an informal round table discussion followed by field observation
of the Work. The round table discussion shall be attended by selected personnel from the
City, Contract Administrator and Contractor. The regular meeting agenda shall generally
include the following:
.1 Meeting convened by the DRB Chairman.
.2 Opening remarks by the Contract Administrator.

.3 A description by the Contractor of:


.1 Work accomplished since the last meeting;
.2 Current status of the work schedule;
.3 Schedule for future work;
.4 Potential or anticipated problems and proposed solutions; and
.5 Current and potential disputes, claims and other controversies.

.4 Discussion by Contract Administrator of:


.1 The work schedule;
.2 Potential disputes, claims and other controversies; and
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.3 Status of past disputes, claims and other controversies.

.5 Such other items as the parties may wish to discuss with the DRB.
.6 Set tentative date for next meeting(s).
.7 Time for the DRB to meet amongst themselves.

.5 The Contract Administrator shall prepare the minutes of regular meetings and circulate
them for comments, revisions and/or approval of all concerned.

.6 The field observations shall cover all active segments of the work. The DRB members
shall be accompanied by the representatives of the City, Contract Administrator and
Contractor.

1.5 PROCEDURE AND SCHEDULE FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION


.1 Disputes shall be considered as quickly as possible, taking into consideration the
particular circumstances and the time required to prepare appropriate documentation.
Steps may be omitted, as agreed by both parties, and the time periods stated below may
be shortened in order to hasten resolution.

.2 By written request for review, either the Contract Administrator or Contractor may
request that the DRB review any disputes, claims and other controversies in connection
with, or arising out of performance of the Work, which the parties have considered, but
have been unable to resolve.

.3 Simultaneous with submittal to the DRB Chair, a copy of the request for review shall be
provided to the other Board members and the other party. The request for review shall
state clearly and concisely the specific issues of the dispute to be considered by the DRB.

.4 When a dispute is submitted to the DRB it may be heard at the next regular meeting or at
a special meeting, as agreed by both parties. For an urgent matter, the DRB shall meet
within two weeks of notification.

.5 During the hearing the Contractor and City shall each have ample opportunity to be
heard and to offer evidence. Detailed procedures are given in Article 1.6 of this Section.
The DRB's recommendations for resolution of the dispute will be given in writing, to
both the City and Contractor within two weeks of completion of the hearings. In
difficult or complex cases, and in consideration of the DRB's schedule, this time may be
extended by mutual agreement of all parties.

.6 If requested by either party within 10 days following receipt of the DRBs


recommendations, the DRB shall provide written clarification of its recommendation.
Requests for clarification shall be submitted in writing simultaneously to the DRB and to
the other party.

.7 Within two weeks of receiving the DRB's recommendations, or following receipt of


responses to requests for clarification or such other time specified by the DRB, both the
City and Contractor shall respond to the other and to the DRB in writing, signifying
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either acceptance or rejection of the DRB's recommendations. The failure of either party
to respond within the specified period shall be deemed an acceptance of the DRB's
recommendations. If, with the aid of the DRB's recommendations, the City and
Contractor are able to resolve their dispute, the Contract Administrator will promptly
process any required Contract Change Orders consistent with the requirements of
General Conditions Part 6, CHANGES IN THE WORK and any revisions stated in the
Amendments or Supplemental Conditions. Acceptance by the City of a report on
entitlement only, or on entitlement with guidelines for quantum, does not obligate the
City to any particular quantum amount.

.8 Should the dispute remain unresolved, either party may appeal or request that the DRB
clarify its recommendation or, if new evidence has become available, reconsider its
recommendation.

.9 Although both the City and Contractor should place great weight on the DRB's
recommendations, they are not binding. If the DRB's recommendations do not resolve the
dispute, the written recommendations, including any minority report, will be admissible
as evidence in any subsequent dispute resolution proceeding including but not limited to
mediation.

1.6 CONDUCT OF HEARING


.1 Prehearing Submittals:

.1 Written position statements shall be submitted to each DRB member before the
hearing begins. Position statements shall include such backup information and
data as is referenced in the position statement, and shall be tabbed, indexed, and
the pages consecutively numbered. The DRB may also request a presentation of
factual documentation, prepared jointly by the parties.
.2 Position statements shall include the basis and justification for the partys
position, with reference to contract language and other supporting documents for
each element of the dispute. In order to minimize duplication and repetitiveness,
the parties may identify a common set of documents that will be referred to by
both parties and submit them in a separate package.
.3 When the scope of the hearing includes quantum, the referring party shall include
a schedule impact analysis and full cost details, calculated in accordance with
methods set forth in the Contract. This requirement does not apply if the scope of
the hearing and any submitted position statements are to be made for entitlement
alone or for entitlement with guidelines for quantum.
.4 The number of copies, distribution requirements, and time for submittal will be
established by the DRB and communicated to the parties by the Chair.
.2 Location: Normally the hearing will be conducted at the job site. However, any location
in the greater Ottawa area that would be more convenient and still provide all required
facilities and access to necessary documentation is satisfactory. Private meetings of the
DRB may be held at any convenient location.

.3 Proceedings:
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.1 The Chairman of the DRB will act as Chairman of the hearing, or he may appoint
one of the other members. A formal transcript will not be prepared. In special
cases, when requested by either party, the DRB may allow preparation of a
transcript by a court reporter. Audio or video recordings will not be permitted.
.2 The party requesting DRB review will first present its position, followed by the
other party. If so requested by the City, the Contract Administrator may present
the Citys position on behalf of the City and otherwise participate in the hearing
along with or on behalf of the City. Each party will then be allowed successive
rebuttals until all aspects are fully covered. The DRB members may ask questions,
request clarification, or ask for additional data. In difficult or complex cases,
additional hearings may be necessary in order to consider and fully understand all
the evidence presented by both parties. Both the City and Contractor shall be
provided full and adequate opportunity to present all of their evidence,
documentation and testimony regarding all issues before the DRB.
.3 The DRB, at its discretion, may allow introduction of arguments, exhibits,
handouts, or documentary evidence that were not included in a partys pre-hearing
position paper and have not been previously submitted to the other party. In such
cases, the other party will be granted time to review and prepare a rebuttal to the
new material.
.4 During the hearing, no DRB member shall express any opinion concerning the
merit of any facet of the case.
.4 Participants:
.1 The City, Contract Administrator and Contractor shall have representatives at all
hearings.
.2 Attorneys may attend hearings and provide consultation to their clients, but they
shall not be allowed to address the DRB.
.5 Use of Outside Experts by Owner or Contractor:
.1 A party intending to offer an outside experts analysis at the hearing shall disclose
such intention in writing to the other party and to the DRB no less than 30 days
prior to the due date for delivering the pre-hearing submission. The experts name
and a general statement of the area of the dispute that will be covered by his or her
testimony shall be included in the disclosure.
.2 Upon receipt of the above disclosure, the other party shall have the opportunity to
secure the services of an outside expert to address or respond to those issues that
may be raised by the other partys outside expert. The disclosure requirements
shall be the same as that specified above, except the time requirement is 10 days.
.3 The cost for securing outside expert services shall be borne entirely by the party
securing such services.
.6 DRB Deliberations:
.1 After the hearing is concluded, the DRB shall meet to formulate its
recommendations. All DRB deliberations shall be conducted in private, with all
individual views kept strictly confidential. The DRB's recommendations, together
with explanations of its reasoning, shall be submitted as a written report to both
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parties. The recommendations shall be based on the pertinent provisions of the


Contract, applicable laws and regulations as interpreted by the DRB, and the facts
and circumstances involved in the dispute. It is important for the DRB to clearly
and completely express the logic and reasoning leading to its recommendations, so
that both parties fully understand the written report.
.2 The DRB shall be permitted to consult with outside experts, including independent
legal counsel. Prior to arranging for outside experts, the DRB shall obtain prior
approval from the City and the Contractor by providing a statement explaining the
need for such expert assistance and an estimate of the cost. Such outside experts
shall provide disclosure statements as per Article 1.3.6 of this Section and agree to
maintain confidentiality regarding the engagement, as is the case for the DRB
members.
.3 When deliberating and drafting its decision, the DRB may request position
statements or legal briefs from each side.
.4 The DRB shall make every effort to reach a unanimous recommendation. If this
proves impossible, the dissenting member shall prepare a minority report.

.7 All information presented to the DRB and all deliberations and recommendations, shall,
except as provided herein, be kept strictly confidential. The DRB members shall not,
during their tenures as members, and at any time thereafter, reveal any information
presented to the DRB or obtained in their capacity as DRB member, or disclose any
recommendation, to any third party.

1.7 COMPENSATION AND LOGISTIC SUPPORT


.1 Fees and expenses of all three members of the DRB shall be shared equally by the City
and Contractor. The City, will mail progress reports, will provide administrative services,
such as conference facilities and secretarial services, and will bear the cost of these
services. If the DRB desires special services, such as preparation of transcripts by a
Court Reporter or similar party, legal or other consultation, accounting, data research,
and the like, both parties must agree, and the costs will be shared by them as mutually
agreed.

.2 The Contractor shall pay the invoices of all DRB members after approval by both parties.
The Contractor will then bill the Owner for 50 percent of such invoices via its normal
monthly progress invoices.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL DISPUTE REVIEW BOARD
THREE PARTY AGREEMENT
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DISPUTE REVIEW BOARD THREE PARTY AGREEMENT


(TO BE EXECUTED AFTER AWARD OF THE CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT)

COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL

THIS THREE PARTY AGREEMENT (Agreement) made and entered into this day of
, 2016 , between:

The City of Ottawa ,


hereinafter called the CITY or OWNER, acting through the Consultant, and

(Contractor) ,
hereinafter called the CONTRACTOR, and

the Dispute Review Board, hereinafter called the BOARD, consisting of the following three members:

, ,and .

WITNESSETH, that

WHEREAS, the OWNER is now engaged in the construction of the COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE
TUNNEL; and

WHEREAS, the COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL Contract (CONTRACT) provides for the
establishment and operation of a BOARD to assist in resolving disputes, claims and other controversies; and

WHEREAS, the BOARD is composed of three members, jointly selected and approved by the OWNER and
by the CONTRACTOR;

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the terms, conditions, covenants and agreements contained herein,
or attached and incorporated and made a part hereof, the parties hereto agree as follows:

1.1 DESCRIPTION OF WORK

.1 In order to assist in the resolution of disputes, claims and other controversies between the
OWNER and CONTRACTOR arising from or related to the Construction Contract, the
OWNER has provided, in the Contract, for the establishment of a Dispute Review Board.
The intent is for the BOARD to fairly and impartially consider the disputes referred to it,
and to provide written recommendations to the OWNER and CONTRACTOR for
resolution of these disputes.

.2 The members of this BOARD shall perform the services necessary to participate on this
BOARD in accordance with the Scope of Work.
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THREE PARTY AGREEMENT
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1.2 SCOPE OF WORK

The Scope of Work of the BOARD includes, but is not limited to, the following:
.1 General
.1 The primary purpose of the BOARD is to consider disputes, claims, or
controversies between the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR arising from the
construction contract and to recommend settlements. Primarily, the BOARD will
consider matters involving interpretation of the Contract Documents, delays,
acceleration of the work, scheduling, and claims relating to extra work, additional
work, differing site conditions, design changes, and the like.
.2 The BOARD members shall become familiar with the Contract Documents,
review periodic reports, and maintain a current file.
.3 The BOARD members shall visit the Project site to keep abreast of construction
activities and to become familiar with the Work in progress. The frequency, time,
and duration of these visits shall be mutually agreed upon among the BOARD, the
OWNER and the CONTRACTOR. In case of failure to agree, the BOARD shall
schedule the visits at intervals not to exceed three months.
.4 In the case of an actual or potential dispute involving an alleged differing site
condition or specific construction problem, it may be advantageous for the
BOARD to personally view any relevant conditions. If viewing by the BOARD
would cause delay to the Project, videos, photographs, and descriptions of these
conditions, collected by either or both parties will be utilized.

.2 Establish Procedures
.1 During its first meeting at the Project site, the BOARD shall, with the agreement
of all parties, establish procedures for the conduct of its routine site visits and its
hearings of disputes. The conduct of its business shall comply with the provisions
of Section 00803 and requirements of this Agreement.

.3 Recommend Resolution of Disputes


.1 Upon receipt by the BOARD of a written Request for Review of a dispute, either
from the OWNER or the CONTRACTOR, the BOARD shall convene a hearing to
review and consider the dispute. Both the OWNER and CONTRACTOR shall be
given the opportunity to present their evidence at these hearings. Both the
OWNER and the CONTRACTOR are encouraged to provide exhibits,
calculations, and any other pertinent material to the BOARD for review prior to
the hearing. All such material shall be given in the same form and content to all
parties to this agreement at the same time.
.2 It is expressly understood that all BOARD members are to act impartially and
independently in the consideration of facts and conditions surrounding any
dispute, and that the recommendations concerning any such dispute are advisory
and not binding, unless agreed otherwise by the OWNER and the
CONTRACTOR.
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THREE PARTY AGREEMENT
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.3 The BOARD recommendations shall be based on the applicable provisions of the


Contract Documents, and the facts and circumstances involved in the dispute as
conveyed by the testimony and evidence presented by the parties and consultations
with other parties undertaken by or on behalf of the DRB. The recommendations
shall be furnished in writing to the OWNER and the CONTRACTOR
simultaneously.

.4 Member Replacement
.1 Should the need arise to appoint a replacement BOARD member, the replacement
member shall be appointed in the same manner as the original member was
appointed. The selection of a replacement BOARD member shall begin promptly
upon notification of the necessity for a replacement and shall be completed within
four weeks. This Agreement will be amended to indicate changes in BOARD
membership.

1.3 BOARD RESPONSIBILITIES

.1 Maintain impartiality and avoid conflicts of interest by continuing to meet the specified
requirements for nominees for Board members. Promptly advise all parties upon
becoming aware of any development that could be perceived as a conflict of interest.

.2 Do not discuss, individually or collectively, issues with the OWNER or the


CONTRACTOR that could possibly be construed as compromising the DRBs ability to
impartially resolve future disputes, such as the conduct of the work and the resolution of
construction problems.

.3 Do not express an individual or collective opinion of merit, in whole or in part, for any
potential or other dispute at any time prior to the issuance of a report, except in the case
of an advisory opinion.

.4 Except as required when performing the duties of the Chair or conducting a hearing that
the OWNER or CONTRACTOR refuses to attend, do not meet or communicate with
either the OWNER or CONTRACTOR in the absence of the other.

.5 Consider the facts and conditions forming the basis for a referred dispute impartially and
independently, and evaluate the merits based on careful consideration of all contract
requirements, applicable law and regulations, and the facts and circumstances of the
dispute. Do not:
.1 Ignore or undermine the clear intent of the Contract, or disregard or alter any
requirements of the Contract or allocation of risk specified therein.
.2 Supplant or otherwise interfere with the respective rights, authority, duties, and
obligations of either the OWNER or CONTRACTOR as set forth in the Contract
Documents.
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.6 Make every effort to reach unanimous recommendations. If this cannot be accomplished,


the minority member shall submit a minority report simultaneously to the Owner,
Contractor and other BOARD members.

.7 Prior to receiving any request for review, the BOARD will encourage the resolution of
differences at the job level, consistent with the requirements of General Conditions, Part
8 Dispute Resolution.

.8 Except for providing the services required in the Agreement, the BOARD and its
individual members shall refrain from giving any advice to either party concerning
conduct of the Work or the resolution of problems, which might compromise the
BOARD's integrity.

1.4 CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

.1 Except for its participation in the BOARD's activities as provided in the Contract
Documents and in this Agreement, the CONTRACTOR shall not solicit advice or
consultation from the BOARD or its members on matters dealing with the conduct of the
Work or resolution of problems, which might compromise the BOARD's integrity.

.2 The CONTRACTOR shall furnish to each BOARD member one copy of all documents it
has, other than those furnished by the OWNER, which are pertinent to the performance
of the BOARD, with copies to the OWNER.

.3 The CONTRACTOR shall cooperate with the OWNER and BOARD to facilitate
presentation of disputes and the timely and impartial resolution of disputes that are
referred to the BOARD.

1.5 OWNER RESPONSIBILITIES

.1 Except for its participation in the BOARD's activities as provided in the Contract
Documents and in this Agreement, the OWNER shall not solicit advice or consultation
from the BOARD or its members on matters dealing with the conduct of the Work or
resolution of problems, which might compromise the BOARD's integrity.

.2 The OWNER shall furnish each BOARD member one copy of the conformed Contract
Documents, including but not limited to, the Specifications, Drawings, Geotechnical
Baseline Report, Geotechnical Data Report, addenda, progress schedule and updates,
weekly progress reports, minutes of progress meetings, change orders, and other
documents pertinent to the performance of the Contract, and necessary to the BOARD's
work.

.3 The OWNER will, in cooperation with the CONTRACTOR, coordinate the operations of
the BOARD.
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.4 The OWNER will arrange for or provide conference facilities at or near the site, and
provide secretarial and copying services.

.5 The OWNER will cooperate with the CONTRACTOR and BOARD to facilitate
presentation of disputes and the timely and impartial resolution of disputes that are
referred to the BOARD.

1.6 TIME FOR BEGINNING AND COMPLETION

.1 The BOARD shall be active throughout the duration of the Contract. It shall begin
operation upon written authorization of the OWNER following execution of this
Agreement, and shall terminate its activities on completion or termination of the
Contract.

.2 The BOARD members shall not begin any work under the terms of this Agreement until
authorized in writing by the OWNER.

1.7 PAYMENT

.1 Invoices of the BOARD members shall be paid by the CONTRACTOR. Payments shall
constitute full compensation for work performed and services rendered, and for all
materials, supplies and incidentals necessary to serve on the BOARD.

.1 Payment for Services and Expenses


.1 Payment for services rendered by the three members of the BOARD will
be made at the rate agreed to between the OWNER, the
CONTRACTOR, and the members. Changes in the billing rate are
subject to agreement between the OWNER, the CONTRACTOR and the
members.
.2 Direct, non-salary expenses will be reimbursed at the actual cost to each
BOARD member. These expenses may include, but are not limited to,
automobile mileage, parking, travel expenses from the BOARD
member's point of departure to the initial point of arrival, automobile
rental, food and lodging, printing, long distance telephone, postage and
courier delivery. Air travel will be reimbursed for Coach class.
Automobile mileage will be paid at CAD $0.52/km. Billing for these
expenses shall include an itemized listing supported by copies of the
original bills, invoices and expense accounts.

.2 Payments
.1 Each BOARD member may submit invoices for payment for work
completed not more than once per month during the progress of the
Work. Such invoices shall be in a format approved by the OWNER and
CONTRACTOR, and accompanied by a general description of activities
performed during that period. The value of the work accomplished for
payment shall be established from the billing rate and hours expended by
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the BOARD member together with direct, non-salary expenses.


Satisfactorily submitted invoices shall be paid within 30 days.

.2 The CONTRACTOR shall pay the invoices of all BOARD members


after approval of both parties. The CONTRACTOR will then bill the
OWNER for 50 percent of such invoices.

.3 Inspection of Cost Records


.1 The cost records and accounts pertaining to this Agreement shall be kept
available for inspection by representatives of the OWNER or
CONTRACTOR for three years after final payment.

1.8 ASSIGNMENT

.1 BOARD members shall not assign any of the Work of this Agreement.

1.9 TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

.1 This Agreement may be terminated by mutual agreement of the OWNER and the
CONTRACTOR at any time upon not less than four weeks written notice to the other
parties.

.2 BOARD members may withdraw from the BOARD by providing four weeks written
notice. BOARD members may be terminated for or without cause. The OWNER and
CONTRACTOR must agree to terminate a member.

1.10 LEGAL RELATIONS

.1 The parties hereto mutually understand and agree that each BOARD member, in the
performance of his duties on the BOARD, is acting in the capacity of an independent
agent and not as an employee of either the OWNER or the CONTRACTOR.

.2 The OWNER and CONTRACTOR expressly acknowledge that each BOARD member is
acting in a capacity intended to facilitate resolution of disputes. Accordingly, it is agreed
and acknowledged that, to the fullest extent permitted by law, each BOARD member
shall be accorded quasi-judicial immunity for any actions or decisions associated with
the consideration, hearing, and recommendation of resolution for disputes rightfully
referred to the BOARD.

.3 Each BOARD member shall be held harmless for any personal or professional liability
arising from or related to BOARD activities. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the
OWNER and CONTRACTOR shall indemnify all BOARD members for claims, losses,
demands, costs and damages (including reasonable attorney fees) for bodily injury,
property damage, or economic loss arising out of or related to BOARD decisions. The
foregoing indemnity is a joint and several obligation.
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1.11 DISPUTES REGARDING THIS THREE-PARTY AGREEMENT

.1 Any dispute among the parties hereto, arising out of the Work or other items of this
Agreement, which cannot be resolved by negotiation and mutual concurrence between
the parties, shall be referred to either mediation or arbitration according to procedures as
stated in CCDC4-2011 GC 8.0.
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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the day and year first
above written.

BOARD MEMBER BOARD MEMBER

Signature Signature

Typed Name Typed Name

Date Date

BOARD MEMBER

Signature

Typed Name

Date

CONTRACTOR OWNER

By: By:

Signature Signature

Typed Name Typed Name

Title Title

Date Date

Attest: Attest:
By: By:
Secretary Clerk
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Part 1 General

1.1 DEFINITIONS
.1 The City of Ottawa is hereinafter and elsewhere in the Contract Documents referred to as
the Owner. The contract documents may refer to the Owner, the City of Ottawa,
the City and City. All these have the same meaning as the Owner.
.2 The contract documents may refer to Consultant, Engineer, Owners Agent and
Contract Administrator. All these have the same meaning as Consultant.
.3 Where the word provide is used in any Specification Section, it shall mean furnishing
and incorporating a specified item, product, or material into the Works, including all
necessary labour, materials, and equipment to perform the Work required, ready for use
by the Engineer.
.4 Where the words demolish and demolition are used in any Specification Section,
they shall mean remove and dispose of as specified in Section 02222 Demolition and
Removal.
.5 The definition of Confined Spaces is in accordance with O.Reg. 632/05.
.6 The contract documents may refer to Substantial Performance and Substantial
Completion. These have the same meaning as Substantial Performance as per the
definition in the Construction Lien Act, R.S.O 1990, Chapter C.30

1.2 GENERAL SUMMARY


.1 This section outlines in general the work to be done under the Contract in accordance
with the contract drawings and specified herein.
.2 The Contractor shall supervise, organize, coordinate and direct all construction
operations described in the contract documents, regardless of the division in which the
works are specified. The Contractor shall resolve conflicts arising between trades, sub-
contractors, suppliers and/or other contractors working in the adjacent area.
.3 Construct and test foundations, structures, pipelines, sewers and tunnels, shafts,
buildings, tanks, equipment and other facilities shown on the contract drawings and
specified herein.
.4 Supply, install, calibrate and commission all mechanical, electrical, process,
instrumentation and communication equipment shown on the contract drawings and
specified herein. Include operating assistance to the Owner as described herein.
.5 In addition to constructing the works shown on the drawings, design, construct, and
maintain, unless otherwise specified or shown on the drawings, all temporary works and
facilities required for the construction of the works. Remove temporary works and
facilities when construction is completed. Temporary works and facilities include, but
are not limited to, the following:
.1 All security fencing whether permanent or temporary
.2 Shoring and bracing systems for excavations whether part or all is left in place or
not, shall be designed, approved and stamped by a Professional Engineer Licensed
in Ontario.
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.3 Construction access roads and related items


.4 Excavation and/or unwatering systems.
.5 Formwork for concrete.
.6 Falsework and bracing for formwork or for other parts of the works while under
construction.
.7 Bracing and shoring for partially completed steelwork, precast concrete, existing
structures and pipelines, or other assembly.
.8 Scaffolding.
.9 Temporary pumping for flow bypass and management
.10 Curtains to control the migration of dust during work.
.11 Silt fencing and other erosion and sediment control measures such as tire washing
stations.
.12 Protection and support for existing structures and facilities as necessary for the
construction to proceed.
.13 Temporary barriers and enclosures, including NCC standard wooden hoarding
.14 Temporary utilities (water, power, light, instrumentation, heating, ventilation
services and sanitary facilities etc.)
.15 Groundwater treatment and disposal as required.
.16 Piping and equipment support
.17 Cleaning around the job site

.18 Temporary vehicular access and parking development, maintenance, and


restoration

1.3 DESCRIPTION OF WORK

.1 The description of the Work is not, nor is it intended to be, complete and all inclusive.
.2 In general, the Work under this contract consists of supply and installation of materials,
labour and equipment for the construction of the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel
(CSST) inclduing, but not limited to, the following. The list below is provided for
general reference and is not considered exhaistive and does not relieve the Contractor of
their responsibility to comply with all requirements of the Contract Documents:
.1 East-West Tunnel (EWT), a 4.1km long, 3.0m inside-diameter tunnel at 0.095%
slope. The sites and associated work on the EWT include, but are not limited to,
the following:
.1 West End Shaft (Site 1): New EWT Access Chamber, miscellaneous works
at the existing Diversion Chambers, electrical and instrumentation and
control modifications at the existing Real Time Control regulator control
vault, and a new Odour Control Building and supporting facilities. This site
will serve as the TBM extraction point for the EWT.
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.2 EWT/NST Intersection (Site 2): Access structure on the EWT and


associated air vent chamber.
.3 RCI Diversion/Drop (Site 3a): Diversion chamber and drop structure to
direct flow from the Rideau Canal Interceptor into the EWT, and a new
Odour Control Building which also houses the electrical, control and
communications infrastructure.
.4 Rideau Canal Regulator (Site 3b): Modifications to the existing Real Time
Control regulator including electrical and instrumentation and control
removals, gate and actuator abandonment/decommissioning and
miscellaenous concrete works.
.5 Nicholas Street Shaft (Site 3c): EWT Access Structure, miscellaneous site
works, and mid-point launch and/or extraction shaft for EWT construction
and associated air vent chamber including temporary electrical power for
TBM operations and miscellaneous construction requirements.
.6 Cumberland Street Shaft (Site 4): Access structure on the EWT and
associated air vent chamber.
.7 EWT Outlet (Site 5): The site will be the primary staging area for EWT
construction and include the tunnel launch or extraction shaft. Outlet
chamber to control diversion of flows from the Rideau River Collector
(RRC) to the EWT, and EWT flows to the existing Interceptor Outfall
Sewer (IOS), including temporary electrical power for TBM operations and
miscellaneous construction requirements. New control building within the
existing Keefer Biofilter grounds to house the electrical, control and
communications equipment.
.8 RRC Diversion (Site 5c): New diversion sewer and RRC overflow sump
chamber to convey RRC flow to the outlet chamber.
.2 North-South Tunnel (NST), a 1.9km long, 3.0m inside-diameter tunnel at 0.1%
slope towards the north (except section north of Slater, which has a 0.48% slope
towards the south). The sites and associated work on the NST include, but are not
limited to, the following:
.1 NST Overflow (Site 6): Emergency overflow for EWT/NST to Kent Street
storm tunnel outfall chamber north of the Supreme Court within the
escarpment. New chamber for connection of NST to outfall chamber,
equipped with overflow weir and associated level monitoring and
communication equipment. Replacement of the existing Kent Storm Sewer
outlet and new connection chamber with surface outfall to the Ottawa
River. This site will serve as the TBM extraction point for the NST.
.2 McLeod Street Drop (Site 8): Vortex drop chamber for future sewer with
de-aeration chamber, connection to the NST, and associated air vent
chamber.
.3 Catherine Street Drop (Site 9): NST access and drop structure to direct
flows from the existing combined sewer in a new structure to the NST
access/drop structure. Odour Control Building complete with air duct
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connecting to Site 9 shaft and housing all electrical, control and


communications equipment for the flushwater chamber at Site 10.
.4 Chamberlain Shaft (Site 10): This site will be the primary staging area for
NST construction including a launch shaft. New domestic flush water shaft
to house isolation gates and associated level monitoring equipment for
flushing of the NST, and associated air vent chamber, including temporary
electrical power for TBM operations and miscellaneous construction
requirements.
.3 Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of flap gates, isolation style slide
gates and motorized actuators including stem, stem supports and associated
mounting assembly at locations indicated on the Contract Drawings.
.4 Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of odour control systems as
indicated on the Contract Drawings complete with SCADA connectivity and
odour control piping from the adjacent chambers.
.5 Supply, install, calibrate, test and commission all mechanical, process, electrical,
communication and instrumentation equipment, control systems, cables, wires,
ductbanks, lighting and associated appurtenances shown on the drawings and
specified herein to meet functional and operational requirements.
.6 Supply, installation, testing and commissioning of all site works including
removal, clearing and grubbing, grading, excavation, backfill, roadway, building
piping (process piping, water service and gas line etc.), landscaping, signage,
concrete work and other site features as shown on the contract drawings and
specified herein.
.7 Design and implementation of traffic control measures, temporary detours,
pedestrian control measures and associated removals, new works and
reinstatement to accommodate the works.
.8 Connection and tie-in of the new equipment systems and utility services to the
existing systems.
.9 Supply of operating and maintenance manuals.
.10 Supply of as-built drawings.
.11 Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) as outlined in the Specifications.
.12 Pre-commissioning checks of all new equipment and devices.
.13 Performance test on all new equipment and systems.
.14 Coordinate with the City of Ottawa staff for the system programming and SCADA
Site Acceptance Tests.
.15 Support the SCADA Site Acceptance Test that will be led by City staff.
.16 Perform facility commissioning.
.17 Restoration of all facilities damaged during construction work to the current or
better condition.
.18 Ensuring that City has access to operating infrastructure at all times, in or near the
construction sites.
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.19 Clean and tidy access and egress routes for all personnel and equipment traffic.
.20 Provide submittals as specified.
.21 Training of operation and maintenance personnel.
.22 Successful continuous operation of the entire CSST system over the warranty
period. The City of Ottawa will operate the CSST system over this period.
.23 Removal of scaffolding, temporary facilities and other equipment as well as final
clean-up upon completion and prior to handing over the Works to the City.
.24 Warranty service, inspection and support including cleaning and confined space
entry support as needed.

1.4 CONTRACT METHOD

.1 Construct Work under unit price CCDC4-2011 contract.


.2 The Contract Work within all sites in the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel
Construction Limit will be paid at the unit prices as specified in the Schedule of Items
and Prices following the requirements of CCDC4-2011, Section 00100 Amendments to
the CCDC4 2011 Agreement and Section 00105 Supplementary Conditions CCDC4-
2011 Specifications.

1.5 CONSTRUCTION CONSTRAINTS

.1 Refer to Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints for other details.

1.6 CODES AND PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS


.1 Perform work in accordance with all regulations in Section 01060 Regulatory
Requirements and any other code of provincial or local application provided that in any
case of conflict or discrepancy, the more stringent requirements shall apply.
.2 Meet or exceed the requirements of:
.1 Contract documents
.2 Specifications
.3 Addenda
.4 Reviewed Shop Drawings
.5 Field Instructions and change orders
.6 Other modifications to Contract
.7 Field test reports
.8 Copy of approved work schedule
.9 Manufacturers installation and application instructions

1.7 CONTRACT DRAWINGS


.1 The Contract Drawings accompany and form part of these Specifications.
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.2 The Drawings are prepared in SI metric units.


.3 Read the Drawings as a whole, as details applicable to one Section may appear on the
Drawings of another Section or Sections.
.4 Additional drawings showing details in accordance with which the work is to be
constructed may be supplied from time to time by the Owner. Such drawings are for the
information of and assistance to the Contractor and will not become a basis for extra
payment. The Owner may supply drawings covering additional work. These will be
identified as additional work.
.5 Contract Drawings give general location of piping routes and equipment. Except where
specific dimensions are indicated, locate equipment and piping to limit interference with
pedestrian access, crane routes, equipment operation, equipment maintenance and
required headroom.
.6 Refer to Structural and Architectural Drawings for dimensions and details which are not
indicated on Instrumentation, Mechanical or Electrical Drawings.

1.8 CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS

.1 For easy reference, the contract specifications are divided into divisions. The
specifications shall be read as a whole as details applicable to one division may appear in
another division or divisions. The Contractor shall coordinate all work performed by
subcontractors.
.2 In the event of any conflicts within and/or between the specification sections, the more
stringent requirement(s) shall apply.

1.9 WORK COMPLIANCE

.1 Provide all work during its progress and at its completion to the lines, levels and grades
shown.
.2 Build all work in a thoroughly substantial and workmanlike manner, in accordance with
the Contract Drawings and Specifications, subject to such modifications and additions as
may be deemed necessary during its execution. In no case will any work in excess of the
requirements of the Drawings and Specifications be paid for, unless approved in writing
by the Engineer.

.3 The Contractor acknowledges that it is aware that the awarding of this Contract, and/or
release of the Commence Work Order, are subject to obtaining the following approvals.
Copies of these approvals and application information are provided to the Contractor as
Reference Documents:
.1 MOECC Draft Permit to take Water (PTTW)
.2 MOECC Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA)

.4 The Contractor shall not make any claims for additional costs or expenses due to delays
in the commencement of work (or portions thereof). The Contract Substantial
Performance and Completion dates will be adjusted to account for delays to release of
the Commence Work Order.
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1.10 ENGINEER DESIGN

.1 Where specifications require work to be designed by an engineer, engage a professional


engineer licensed in the Province of Ontario with demonstrated experience to design
such work.

1.11 EXECUTION

.1 Execute cutting, fitting, and patching including excavation and fill, to complete Work.
.2 Fit several parts together, to integrate with other Work.
.3 Uncover Work to install ill-timed Work.
.4 Remove and replace defective and non-conforming Work.
.5 Provide openings in non-structural elements of Work for penetrations of mechanical and
electrical Work.
.6 Execute Work by methods to avoid damage to other Work, and which will provide
proper surfaces to receive patching and finishing.
.7 Employ original installer to perform cutting and patching for weather-exposed and
moisture-resistant elements, and sight-exposed surfaces.
.8 Cut rigid materials using masonry saw or core drill. Pneumatic or impact tools not
allowed on masonry work without prior approval.
.9 Restore work with new products in accordance with requirements of Contract
Documents.
.10 Fit Work airtight to pipes, sleeves, ducts, conduit, and other penetrations through
surfaces.
.11 Refinish surfaces to match adjacent finishes: For continuous surfaces refinish to nearest
intersection; for an assembly, refinish entire unit.
.12 Conceal pipes, ducts and wiring in floor, wall and ceiling construction of finished areas
except where indicated otherwise.
.13 Coordinate with the City staff or the Owner of the facility in advance if the cutting or
alternation affects or may affect the operation of the existing facilities.

1.12 PAYMENT

.1 General
.1 In general, payment is to be made in accordance with CCDC4-2011 and Section
01025 Measurement and Payment.

1.13 SUBSTANTIAL PERFORMANCE


.1 In addition to the requirements in the General Conditions and Supplementary General
Conditions, Substantial Performance shall only be issued once the following
requirements have been addressed to the satisfaction of the Engineer:
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.1 Successful testing, start-up and commissioning of all equipment and systems as


specified in Section 01810 - Commissioning.
.2 Submission of As-Built Drawings and of Operations and Maintenance Manuals as
specified in Section 01330 Submittal Procedures, Section 01750 Operations
and Maintenance Manual and Section 01780 Closeout Submittals.
.3 Demonstration and Training of the Citys staff operating the facilities as specified
in Section 01820 Demonstration and Training.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

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Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This Section specifies requirements for Contractor's use of project site during the
construction.

.2 This Section also specifies the easements being obtained by the City.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS

.1 Section 01060 - Regulatory Requirements

.2 Section 01117 - Construction Sequences and Constraints

.3 Section 01160 - Erosion and Sediment Control Plan

.4 Section 01560 - Temporary Barriers and Enclosures

.5 Section 02150 Excavation Support System

1.3 GENERAL

.1 The Contractors staging area for each of the project sites is defined on the Contract
Drawings.
.2 The Contractor shall confine its operations within the maximum working easements and
staging areas shown on the drawings for construction, storage and access. At no time will
the Contractor be permitted to operate outside of these defined maximum staging areas.
Electronic CADD files of the staging areas can be provided to the Contractor if
requested.
.3 The Contractor shall not enter NCC, PWGSC or MTO property at any time that is not
outlined in the Contract Documents.
.4 The Contractor is informed that the City is currently undertaking real estate easement
and property purchase negotiations for the properties shown in Attachment A and listed
in the Attachment A table with anticipated commencement dates and real estate type.
This information may be modified prior to and during construction and will be provided
to the Contractor when available.
.5 Refer to Section 01560 - Temporary Barriers and Enclosures for details on the fencing
required at each site.
.6 The Contractor shall not enter upon or occupy with workers, equipment, tools or
materials, any lands other than public streets, roadways, right-of-ways or easements
shown on the Contract Drawings except after written consent has been received from the
private property owner and the City.
.7 The Contractor shall maintain the site in good order and shall not unnecessarily
encumber the site with materials or equipment.
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.8 The construction of the Work shall be carried out in such a manner that minimizes any
inconvenience caused to the owners and occupants of properties adjacent to the Site.
.9 All materials shall be stored separately on the Site at locations agreed upon with the
Consultant and shall be suitably protected to prevent their deterioration or damage. Any
material which, in the opinion of the Consultant, has deteriorated or been damaged shall
be removed immediately from the Site at the Contractor's expense.
.10 The flow in existing drains and ditches shall be maintained by the Contractor at all times
at no extra cost to the City. During the construction of the facilities, the Contractor shall
coordinate with the Consultant to schedule the Work in order to ensure continual flow.
.11 The Contractor shall obtain the prior written approval of the Consultant for all tie-in or
shut down work to the existing facilities. The City's staff will operate any valve, switch,
or other control on existing facilities. The application for the tie-in or shutdown work
shall be submitted to the City for approval at least 10 working days in advance of the
Work. Refer to Section 01117 - Construction Sequences and Constraints for further
details related to tie-ins and shutdowns.
.12 The Contractor shall maintain access to the City for operating infrastructure in the work
areas at all times.
.13 No in-water work is permitted in the Rideau Canal or Rideau River.

1.4 STAGING AREA

.1 The staging area for the construction is shown on the contract drawing for each site.
.2 The Contractor shall base their bid price on the maximum staging areas indicated on the
Contract Drawings. At no time will the Contractor be allowed to stage works outside
these areas.
.3 Locate construction trailers, laydown areas, and temporary buildings under the direction
of the Contract Administrator.
.4 Develop a Staging Plan showing the staging area and any modifications to this area for
work on or near NCC/PWGSC land (Site 1, 3a, 3c, 5, 6) and within 30m of Parks Canada
land (Site 3a, 3b), along with equipment storage, fueling areas, and access/egress
locations. Coordinate with the Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (Section 01160).
Provide this plan to the Contract Administrator, NCC, PWGSC, and Parks Canada at
least 60 working days prior to start of work and modify based on comments. Ensure
plans comply with the Parks Canada Permit (Section 01060). Do not commence any
work at these sites until the plan has been approved by the NCC, Parks Canada and the
Contract Administrator.

1.5 WORK AREA

.1 Contractor shall clearly delineate the entire perimeter of his working area with fencing as
specified in Section - 01560 Temporary Barriers and Enclosures and as shown on the
contract drawings, with sufficient access gates, c/w signage identifying company name,
site contact telephone number, and emergency contact information prior to
commencement of any work.
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.2 All points of entry into the Contractor's working area shall be similarly controlled by
sturdy barriers and signage.
.3 Confine operations within easements for construction, storage and access.
.4 Install, secure and maintain fencing along working and storage areas, access routes and
both sides of easements.

1.6 STORAGE

.1 Contractor shall provide suitable storage areas for construction materials.


.2 Contractor shall obtain permission from the site Engineer before storing any materials in
any new building areas under construction.
.3 Excess materials resulting from any or all excavations are the property of the Owner. Its
disposal by the Contractor as part of his contract shall be as directed by the Owner unless
the Owner waives this requirement. Under this circumstance, the Contractor shall be
responsible for the disposal of any or all of the excess materials.
1.7 WORKING LIMITS HOUSEKEEPING

.1 Contractor to maintain the grounds within his working limits and around any equipment
or storage areas. This includes removal of waste material, cutting of grass, and snow
removal.

1.8 CONTRACTOR PARKING

.1 The Contractor is made aware that the Owner will not provide designated parking for the
Contractors staff outside of the designated staging area. It is the Contractors
responsibility to obtain and pay for offsite parking and transportation of staff to the work
sites, should adequate space not be available within the staging area. Any parking tickets
issued to the Contractors employees shall be the responsibility of the Contractor.
.2 Only commercial vehicles subject to the requirements of PWGSC as outlined within the
Contract Documents are permitted to access Site 6. No personal vehicles are permitted to
access Site 6. Parking is not permitted for Contractor staff on NCC, PWGSC, Supreme
Court, Parliamentary Precinct or Government of Canada lands in the vicinity of Site 6
north of Wellington Street.

1.9 SITE 10 EXISTING HIGHWAY 417 ROADWAY PROTECTION AND SHORING


SYSTEM

.1 The Contractor shall take over the existing roadway protection and shoring system for
the Highway 417 installed as part of the 2015 Kent Street Bridge Replacement project at
Site 10, and shall assume full responsibility for this system for the duration of the works.
Details of the existing roadway protection and shoring system are indicated in the
Contract Drawings. Monitoring of vertical and horizontal displacement has been ongoing
since installation, which will be provided to the Contractor upon Contract Award.
Monitoring of the existing roadway protection and shoring system will be required on a
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bi-weekly basis upon Contract Award and is required to be removed upon completion of
the works shall follow the requirements of Section 02150 Excavation Support System.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

ATTACHMENTS

Attachment A: Real Property Schedule. Refer to Appendix 10 for Real Property Sketches.

END OF SECTION
Section 01015 Contractors Use of Premises
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ATTACHMENT A: REAL PROPERTY SCHEDULE

1. Introduction

This Real Property Schedule describes real property interests which the City is in the process of acquiring for purposes of the CSST
Project. The boundaries and limits of the said real property interests, including commencement dates and durations of Temporary
Easements, are more particularly described in the tables below (the Property Tables) together with the Property Request Plans
referred to in the Property Tables.

Additional limitations on Real Property Interests included in this Real Property Schedule are denoted by a reference number included
in the Notes column of the Property Tables which reference number corresponds to the number listed in Section 3 Special
Limitations to this Real Property Schedule. The list of limitations described in Section 3 Special Limitations to this Real Property
Schedule is not exhaustive and is in addition to other constraints on the use of real property including but not limited to constraints
described in Contract No. ISD14-2036 and/or limitations arising from title encumbrances.

Construction Access Available Duration Notes


No Project Sector Property Request Plan No. Parcel Type of Interest
Date (Months)
001 EWT Tunnel Site 1 16478site01-02c Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-Aug-18 n/a
002 EWT Tunnel Site 1 16478site01b Parcel 1 Permanent Easement ( Stratified) 01-Aug-18 n/a
003 EWT Tunnel Site 3a 16478site03-01d Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 1-Mar-18 n/a
004 Site 3a 16478site03-01d Parcel 2 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
005 Site 3a 16478site03-01d Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 1-Mar-18 15
006 Site 3a 16478site03-01d Parcel 4 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
007 Site 3a 16478site03-01d Parcel 5 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
008 EWT Tunnel Site 3a 16478site03-02d Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 1-Mar-18 n/a
009 Site 3a 16478site03-02d Parcel 2 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
010 Site 3a 16478site03-02d Parcel 3 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
011 Site 3a 16478site03-02d Parcel 4 Temporary Construction Easement 1-Mar-18 15
012 Site 3a 16478site03-02d Parcel 5 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
013 Site 3a 16478site03-02d Parcel 6 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
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Construction Access Available Duration Notes


No Project Sector Property Request Plan No. Parcel Type of Interest
Date (Months)
014 EWT Tunnel Site 3a 16478site03-03 Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 1-Mar-18 n/a
015 Site 3a 16478site03-04d Parcel 1 Permanent Easement 1-Mar-18 n/a
016 Site 3a 16478site03-04d Parcel 2 Temporary Construction Easement 1-Mar-18 20
017 Site 3a 16478site03-04d Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 1-Mar-18 20
018 Site 3a 16478site03-04d Parcel 4 Temporary Easement 1-Mar-18 20
019 EWT Tunnel Site 3c 16478site03c-01c-1&2 Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 31-July-17 n/a
020 EWT Tunnel Site 3c 16478site03c-01c-1&2 Parcel 2 Temporary Construction Easement 31-July-17 24
021 EWT Tunnel Site 3c 16478site03c-01c-1&2 Parcel 3 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 31-July-17 n/a
022 EWT Tunnel Site 3c 16478site03c-01c-1&2 Parcel 4 Permanent Easement 31-July-17 n/a
023 Site 3c 16478site03c-01c1&2 Parcel 5 Temporary Construction Easement 31-July-17 24
024 EWT Tunnel 16478site03c-02c Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
025 EWT Tunnel 16478site05-01b Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
026 EWT Tunnel 16478site05-01b Parcel 2 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
027 EWT Tunnel 16478site05-02b Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
028 EWT Tunnel 16478site05-03b Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
029 Site 5 16478site05-04b Parcel 1 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
030 Site 5 16478site05-04b Parcel 2 Fee Simple (49-year Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
031 Site 5 16478site05-04b Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
032 Site 5 16478site05-04b Parcel 4 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
033 Site 5 16478site05-04b Parcel 5 Permanent Easement 01-May-17 n/a
034 Site 5 16478site05-06d Parcel 1 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
035 Site 5 16478site05-06d Parcel 2 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
036 Site 5 16478site05-06d Parcel 3 Permanent Easement 01-May-17 n/a
037 Site 5 16478site05-06d Parcel 4 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
038 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
039 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 2 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
040 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
041 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 4 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
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Construction Access Available Duration Notes


No Project Sector Property Request Plan No. Parcel Type of Interest
Date (Months)
042 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 5 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
043 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 6 Permanent Easement 01-May-17 n/a
044 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 7 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
045 Site 5 16478site05-07d Parcel 8 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
046 Site 5 16478site05-09 Parcel 1 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-17 30
047 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-01 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
048 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-02 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
049 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-03 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
050 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-04 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
051 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-05 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
052 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-06 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
053 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-07 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
054 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-08 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
055 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-09 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
056 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-10 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
057 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-11 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
058 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-12 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
059 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-13 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
060 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-14 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
061 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-15 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
062 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-16 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
063 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-17 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
064 EWT Tunnel 16478site05w-18 Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-17 n/a
065 Site 6 16478site06-01b Parcel 1 Permanent Easement 01-May-16 n/a
066 Site 6 16478site06-01b Parcel 2 Temporary Construction Easement 01-April-17 14
067 Site 6 16478site06-01b Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 01-April-17 14
068 Site 6 16478site06-01b Parcel 4 Temporary Construction Easement 01-April-17 14
069 NST Tunnel Site 6 16478site06-02b Parcel 1 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-16 n/a
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Construction Access Available Duration Notes


No Project Sector Property Request Plan No. Parcel Type of Interest
Date (Months)
070 NST Tunnel Site 6 16478site06-02b Parcel 2 Temporary Construction Easement 01-April-17 14
071 NST Tunnel Site 6 16478site06-02b Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 01-April-17 14
072 NST Tunnel Site 6 16478site06-02b Parcel 4 Temporary Construction Easement 01-April-17 14
073 NST Tunnel Site 6 16478site06-02b Parcel 5 Permanent Easement 01-April-17 n/a
074 NST Tunnel Site 6 16478site06-02b Parcel 6 Permanent Easement 01-April-17 n/a
075 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 1 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-16 31
076 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 2 Permanent Easement 01-May-16 n/a
077 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 3 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-16 31
078 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 4 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-16 n/a
079 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 5 Fee Simple 01-May-16 n/a
080 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 6 Fee Simple 01-May-16 n/a
081 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 7 Fee Simple 01-May-16 n/a
082 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 8 Permanent Easement (Stratified) 01-May-16 31
and Temporary Construction
Easement
083 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 9 Permanent Easement 01-May-16 n/a
084 NST Tunnel Site 9/10 16478site09-04c Parcel 10 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-16 31
085 Site 9 OCF 16478site09-05c Parcel 1 Fee Simple 01-May-16 n/a
086 Site 9 OCF 16478site09-05c Parcel 2 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-16 31
087 NST Tunnel 16478site09-06c Parcel 1 Fee Simple (Stratified) 01-May-16 n/a
088 NST Tunnel 16478site09-07b Parcel 1 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-16 20
(Stratified)
089 NST Staging 16478site10-03 Parcel 1 Temporary Construction Easement 01-May-16 32

2. Definitions

In the above table, the following definitions apply in respect of the terms used in the Type of Interest column:

Fee Simple means all rights of ownership of real property.


Section 01015 Contractors Use of Premises
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Permanent Easement means the rights to use real property for a specific purpose, including for purposes of constructing
and maintaining a utility. The underlying interest in the real property remains with the original owner and the use of real
property pursuant to the easement is subject to certain conditions.
Stratified means the property rights are to specify vertical limits as shown on the applicable Property Request Plan. For
example, a permanent easement, a fee simple interest or a temporary interest may be Stratified, in which case such property
interest only commences below certain vertical limits as shown on the relevant Property Request Plan.
Temporary Easement means the rights to use real property for a specific purpose, such as construction staging and/or
construction. Temporary Easements will have a limited duration and may, but will not necessarily, provide exclusive access to
the relevant real property. Prior to expiry of the term of a Temporary Easement, the real property must be reinstated and, on
expiry, possession of real property is returned to original owner.
3. Special Limitations

The following notes correspond to the numbers shown in the Notes column of the Property Tables:

[NOTE TO TENDERERS This Attachment A, including the real property constraints described in this Section 3 and
referenced in the Notes column of the Property Table, will be the subject of a future Addendum].

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1. GENERAL

1.1 Related Sections


.1 All Specification Sections from Division 1 to Division 16

1.2 Submittals
.1 Schedule of Estimated Progress Payments:
.1 Submit with initially accepted Detailed Pricing Breakdown as per CCDC 4, GC 5.2.5.
.2 Submit adjustments thereto with Application for Payment.
.2 Application for Payment.
.3 Final Application for Payment.

1.3 Cash Allowances


.1 Refer to specification Section 00410 - Cash Allowances.

1.4 Contingency Allowance


.1 Refer to CCDC 4, GC 4.2.
.1 Expenditures under contingency allowance will be authorized in accordance with
procedures provided in CCDC 4, GC 6.1 Changes CCDC 4, 6.2 Change Order
and CCDC 4, 6.3 Change Directive as modified.

1.5 Provisional Items


.1 Purpose of the provisional items in Form of Tender is to cover the cost of specific
extra work items that are addressed by the Specifications, provided that implementation of
such work is approved by t h e City. The provisional items include unit price items and
allowances. Some, none, or all of each provisional unit price item and allowance may be
used at sole discretion of the City. The Contractor shall have no claim on any unused
portion of the provisional items or allowances.
.2 Payment for the provisional items shall be based on the actual quantities and the unit prices
entered for provisional quantities shall be applicable to extras or deductions even if actual
quantities are found to vary considerably from them.

1.6 Schedule of Estimated Progress Payments


.1 Show estimated payment requests throughout the Contract beginning within 30 calendar
days of the commencement of the Work and monthly thereafter.
.2 Base estimated progress payments on initially accepted progress schedule and cash flow,
substantiated by a fully itemized statement showing the estimated value of the permanent
work executed through the end of the monthly payment period. Adjust to reflect
subsequent adjustments in the progress schedule and Contract Price as reflected by any
modifications to the Contract Documents.

.3 No progress payment will be made until such time that the Estimated Progress Payment
Schedule (Cash Flow) has been submitted and reviewed by the Contract Administrator.
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1.7 Application for Payment


.1 Transmittal Summary Form: Attach one Summary Form with each detailed Payment
Certificate and include a Request for Payment of Materials and Equipment on Hand as
applicable. Applications for Payment and all related documentation shall be executed by
an authorized officer of the Contractor.
.2 Use a detailed Payment Certificate in a format acceptable to the City.
.3 Payment for bonds and insurance shall be included in the first monthly Payment
Certificate after the City has received the required bonds and proof of insurance in a form
satisfactory to the City and confirming that the Citys bonding and insurance requirements
have been met.
.4 Preparation:
.1 Round payment item values to nearest dollar.
.2 List each Change Order and Written Amendment executed prior to date of
submission as separate line item. Totals are to equal those shown on the
Payment Certificate for each major item of the Work as applicable.
.3 Submit Payment Certificate, including a Transmittal Summary Form and
detailed Application for Payment Form(s) and a listing of materials on hand for
each major item of the Work as applicable, and such supporting data as may
be requested by Contract Administrator.
.5 Payment Certificate must show, for each item of the schedule of values, as defined in
GC5.2.5, of the Contract Price and of each Division 1 to 16 inclusive with the following:
.1 Percentage and value of work completed to date.
.2 Percentage and value of work previously approved for payment.
.3 Percentage and value claimed this payment period.
.4 Percentage and value of work remaining to be completed.
.5 Breakdown of material, labour and commissioning components of each item as
applicable.
.6 Submit Payment Certificate to Contract Administrator before last day of each payment period.
.7 To assist the Contractor with preparation of the Payment Certificate, the Contract
Administrator will meet with the Contractor at the site office on an agreed date during
each payment period, on or prior to last day of payment period, to review the progress of the
Work.
.8 The Contractor and the Contract Administrator shall agree on the quantity of the work
performed and due for payment. Once the quantity has been agreed upon, the Contractor shall
submit the Payment Certificate to the City. The certificate shall be signed and dated by the
Contractors representative.
.9 The following shall be included for all Applications for Payment:
.1 Starting from the second Application for Payment and onwards, a current copy
of a valid Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) Certificate of
Clearance and an executed Statutory Declaration certifying that payment has
been made in full to all sub Vendors, suppliers, workmen, and others for labour,
materials, and services required by the Contract through, and including, the
latest progress payment.
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.2 Include copies of all bills of lading for equipment, material, and other items
delivered to site for which payment is requested with each Application for
Payment.
.3 Updated Detailed Progress Schedule and submittals status report in compliance
with Section 01310 Progress Schedules.
.4 The City shall not release monies for Payment Certificates until the Contractor has
provided all of the supporting documentation, as specified herein.

1.8 MeasurementGeneral
.1 Measurement will be made for lump sum items in the Form of Tender for interim
payments that will be used to substantiate the percentage of the Work completed as agreed
to by the Contract Administrator.
.2 Measurement may also be made for items used in the provisional items in the Form of
Tender for interim payments that will be used to substantiate the percentage of the Work
completed as agreed to by the Contract Administrator.
.3 Weighing, measuring, and metering devices used to measure the quantities of materials
for the Work shall be suitable for the purpose intended and conform to the tolerances and
specifications as specified in Government of Canada Weights and Measures Act and
Regulations.
.4 Whenever pay quantities of material are determined by weight, the material shall be weighed
on scales furnished by the Contractor and certified accurate by the federal or provincial
agency responsible. A weight or load slip shall be obtained from the weigher and delivered
to the Citys representative at the point of delivery of the material. When the established
weight includes the weight of a vehicle or container, vehicle or container weight shall be
established as stated herein and used to determine the net weight of material on which
payment will be made.
.5 If the material is shipped by rail, car weights will be accepted provided that the actual
weight of the material only will be paid for and not the minimum car weight used for
assessing freight tariff, and provided further that the car weights will not be acceptable for
material that is to be passed through mixing plants.
.6 Vehicles used to haul material being paid for by weight shall be weighed empty daily and
at such additional times as required by the Contract Administrator. Each vehicle shall
bear a plainly legible identification mark.
.7 Materials that are specified for measurement by the cubic metre measured in the vehicle
shall be hauled in vehicles of such type and size that the actual contents may be readily
and accurately determined. Unless all vehicles are of uniform capacity, each vehicle
must bear a plainly legible identification mark indicating its water level capacity.
Vehicles shall be loaded to at least their water level capacity. Loads hauled in vehicles
not meeting the above requirements or loads of a quantity less than the capacity of the
vehicle, measured after being leveled off as above provided, will be subject to rejection,
and no compensation will be allowed for such material.
.8 Where measurement of quantities depends on the elevation of the existing ground, the
elevations obtained during construction will be compared with those shown on the
Contract Drawings. Variations of 300 mm or less will be ignored, and the profiles shown
on the Contract Drawings will be used for determining quantities.
.9 Units of measure shown on the Form of Tender and methods of measurement shall be
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as follows, unless specified otherwise.

UNIT METHOD OF MEASUREMENT


EA EachField count by Contract Administrator
H HourField measure by Contract Administrator
Ha HectareField measure by Contract Administrator
Kg KilogramWeight measure by scale
L LitreField measure by Contract Administrator
LS Lump SumUnit is one; no measurement will be made
m Linear MetreField measure by Contract Administrator
m2 Square MetreField measure by Contract Administrator
Cubic MetreField measure by Contract Administrator within limits
m3 specified or shown

m3-VM Cubic MetreMeasured in vehicle by volume

T TonneWeight measure by scale (1000 kg)

1.9 Payment
.1 General:
.1 Progress payments will be made monthly.
.2 The date for the Contractors submission of the monthly Application for
Payment shall be established at the project preconstruction meeting.
.2 Payment for all the Work shown or specified in Contract Documents is included in the
Contract Price.

1.10 Non-Payment for Rejected or Unused Products


.1 Payment will not be made for following:
.1 Loading, hauling, and disposing of rejected material.
.2 Quantities of material wasted or disposed of in manner not called for under or
inconsistent with the Contract Documents.
.3 Rejected loads of material, including material rejected after it has been placed,
by reason of the failure of the Contractor to conform to provisions of the
Contract Documents.
.4 Material not unloaded from the transporting vehicle.
.5 Defective Work not accepted by the City.
.6 Material remaining on hand after completion of the Work.

1.11 Partial Payment for Stored Materials and Equipment


.1 Partial Payment: No partial payments will be made for materials and equipment delivered to
the Site but not yet incorporated into the permanent work, with the exception of items that
apply to Section 1.12 and 1.13 below.
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.2 Final Payment: Will be made only for products incorporated in the Work. The remaining
products, for which partial payments have been made, shall remain the property of the
Contractor unless otherwise agreed by the City, and partial payments made for those items
will be deducted from final payment.

1.12 Partial Payment for Undelivered, Project-Specific Manufactured or Fabricated Equipment


.1 Notwithstanding the above provisions, partial payments for undelivered (not yet delivered to
site or not stored in the vicinity of site) products specifically manufactured for the Project,
excluding off-the-shelf or catalog items, will be made for products listed below when all of
the following conditions exist:
.1 Partial payment request is supported by written acknowledgment from the
suppliers that the invoice requirements have been met.
.2 Equipment is adequately insured, maintained, stored, and protected by
appropriate security measures.
.3 Each equipment item is clearly marked and segregated from other items to
permit inventory and accountability.
.4 Authorization has been provided for access to the storage site for the Contract
Administrator and City.
.5 Equipment meets the applicable specifications of the Contract Documents.
.2 Applicable Items:
.1 The following items may be applicable for partial payment. Validity for other
items may be requested by the Contractor at the discretion of the Contract
Administrator.
.1 Process control equipment
.2 Mechanical equipment
.3 Electrical equipment
.4 Instrumentation

.3 Failure of the Contractor to continue in compliance with above requirements shall give
cause for the City to withhold payments to be made for such equipment from future partial
payments.

1.13 Advance Payments for Material


.1 The Owner may make advance payments for Material, except for aggregates, intended for
incorporation in the Work upon the written request of the Contractor and according to the
following terms and conditions:
.1 The Contractor shall, in advance of receipt of the shipment of the Material,
arrange for delivery of the material to one of the City yards or construction site
for storage.
.2 Payment for all other materials, unless otherwise specified elsewhere in the
Contract, shall be based on the invoice price, and the Contractor shall submit
proof of payment (i.e. Invoice Receipt etc.) to the Contract Administrator before
payment can be made by the Owner.
.3 The payment for all Materials shall be prorated against the appropriate tender
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item by paying for sufficient units of the item to cover the value of the material.
Such payment shall not exceed 80% of the Contract price for the item.
.4 No partial payments will be made for materials and equipment delivered or stored
unless shop drawings and preliminary operation and maintenance manuals are
acceptable to the Contract Administrator.
.1 Where the Owner makes advance payments subject to the conditions
listed in paragraph 1.13.1, such payment shall not constitute acceptance
of the Material by the Owner. Acceptance shall only be determined when
the material meets the requirements of the appropriate specification.

1.14 Frozen Ground Conditions


.1 No extra payment will be made to the Contractor should frozen ground be encountered to
any depth.
.2 Frozen ground shall not be opened further in advance of construction for more than one
days installation. Frozen native material shall not be placed into any trench as backfill, but
shall be removed from the site and replaced with approved unfrozen or granular material.

2. PRODUCTS (NOT USED)

3. EXECUTION
3.1 Contract Items
.1 Payment for each item will be made at the unit or lump sum price indicated in the Schedule
of Prices in the Form of Tender for the provision of all necessary materials, equipment,
tools, incidentals, labour and supervision to complete the Work as specified in the Contract
Documents, including all Specifications, and as shown on the Contract Drawings.
.2 In the case of any work item and any requirements set out in the General Conditions,
Supplementary Conditions, Specifications, or on the Contract Drawings for which a
separate payment item is not provided in the Schedule of Prices to pay specifically for that
work item, that item or requirement shall be treated as incidental, and all costs associated
with that item shall be apportioned to or included as part of an applicable unit or lump
sum payment item in the Schedule of Prices. The Contractor shall review the Contract
Documents in full and satisfy itself fully of all the requirements of the Contract prior to the
Contractor Submission.
.3 Part A: General and Miscellaneous Items
.1 Item A1.1: Mobilization/Demobilization - General
.1 Payment for Mobilization - General will be made at the lump sum
price as stated in the Schedule of Prices. The lump sum price shall
constitute full compensation for all labour, material, equipment and
incidentals including, but not limited to:
.1 Execution, for all work sites comprising the project, of the
Contractors Health and Safety Plan, Environmental
Management Plan, site cleanliness provisions, and proper and
effective public relations;
.2 Mobilization of all required labour, materials, equipment and
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incidentals, with the exception of Tunnel Boring Machine(s)


(TBMs), which are covered under a separate item;
.3 Other overall mob/demob requirements described in the
specifications that are applicable for the entire project. Site
specific Division 1 items are included in each specific section in
Part C.
.2 Demobilization upon completion of the Work to include removal of all
temporary facilities at all work sites and completion of all closeout
procedures;
.3 The bid price for this item will be limited to a maximum of 2% of the
total contract price. The price for general mobilization shall not exceed
70% of the total price entered for this item, and the price for general
demobilization shall not exceed 30% of the total price entered for this
item.
.4 The payment for mobilization shall be included in the first payment
certificate issued for the Contract subject to the City being satisfied that
full mobilization has been carried out. If the City is not so satisfied, then
an adjustment to the payment certificate that reflects the degree of
mobilization, in the opinion of the City, will be made.
.5 The payment for demobilization shall become due following Substantial
Performance of the Works and subject to the City being satisfied that full
demobilization has been carried out. If the City is not so satisfied, then an
adjustment to the payment certificate that reflects the degree of
demobilization, in the opinion of the City, will be made.
.2 Item A1.2: Mobilization/Demobilization - TBM
.1 Payment for Mobilization - TBM will be made at the lump sum price
as stated in the Schedule of Prices. Only one lump sum amount will be
paid, regardless of the number of TBMs the Contractor utilizes to
complete the Work. The lump sum price shall constitute full
compensation for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals
including, but not limited to:
.1 Mobilization of all Tunnel Boring Machine(s) (TBMs)
required to complete the Work, including, but not necessarily
limited to, all costs associated with TBM acquisition or
rebuilding and all costs associated with transport of TBM(s) to
site, unloading of TBM(s) at the site, and TBM set up, startup
and commissioning;
.2 Demobilization upon completion of the Work;
.3 The Contractor must provide for the mobilization and
demobilization of the tunnel boring machine(s) in accordance
with these Contract Documents.
.4 After receiving the tunnel boring machine mobilization
payment, it will be considered that the Contractor has been
compensated for the ownership or leasing cost and any lost
opportunity (on this or other projects) of the specialized tunnel
equipment specified in the Contract Documents. Therefore,
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should any extra work be performed, or delays be incurred, to


the tunnel excavation, which are determined to be the
responsibility of the City, the Contractor will be entitled to
additional compensation only for operating cost of this
equipment and/or plant, as appropriate and any additional
maintenance costs associated with the additional time the
TBM will need to operate due to the delay.
.2 The bid price for this item shall be limited to a maximum of 10% of the
Part B works associated with tunneling. A maximum of 75% of the cost
entered against this item will be for mobilization. Of the price for
mobilization, 30% will be paid on the first contract payment and the
remainder shall be paid in equal payments thereafter over the first year
commencing when the TBM is proven to be fully functional and has
completed a minimum of 100m of NST or EWT tunnel. The remaining
25% of the total contract price for this item will be for demobilization.
.3 Item A2: Contaminated Soil Disposal Offsite
.1 Payment for Contaminated Soil Disposal Offsite will be made at the unit
price per tonne as stated in the Schedule of Prices. The unit price per
tonne shall constitute full compensation for all labour, material,
equipment and incidentals including, but not limited to:
.1 Any testing required to confirm that soil materials identified
as contaminated are contaminated as defined in applicable
regulations or laws and as specified in Section 01355 Waste
Management and Disposal and to identify the characteristics
of such material for disposal.
.2 All loading, transport, unloading and required handling
procedures.
.3 All other requirements for the management of contaminated
soils as specified in Section 01355 Waste Management and
Disposal.
.4 Item A3: Street Sweeping
.1 Payment for Street Sweeping will be made at the unit price per
truck hour as stated in the Schedule of Prices. The unit price shall
constitute full compensation for all labour, supervision, material,
equipment and incidentals for street sweeping trucks performing
sweeping in accordance with the requirements of Section 01740 -
Cleaning. Measurement will be made to the nearest quarter-hour.
.5 Item A4: Flusher (Operated)
.1 Payment for Flushing will be made at the unit price per truck
hour as stated in the Schedule of Prices. The unit price shall
constitute full compensation for all labour, supervision, material,
equipment and incidentals for flushing trucks performing
flushing in accordance with the requirements of Section 01740 -
Cleaning. Measurement will be made to the nearest quarter-hour.
.6 Item A5: Hydro Excavating/Vacuum Truck(Operated)
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.1 Payment for Hydro Excavating will be made at the unit price per
truck hour as stated in the Schedule of Prices. The unit price shall
constitute full compensation for all labour, material, equipment
and incidentals for hydro excavating and supervision as
requested by the Contract Administrator. Measurement will be
made to the nearest quarter-hour.
.7 Item A6: Police Assistance at Intersections
.1 Payment for Police Assistance at Intersections will be made at
the unit price per hour on site as stated in the Schedule of Prices.
The unit price shall constitute full compensation for all effort
required to provide police assistance when requested by the
Contract Administrator and in compliance with City S.P. F-1012.
Measurement will be made to the nearest hour.
.8 Item A7: Incentive/Disincentive (Site 3a)
.1 Clause as per Section 00200 Instructions to Tenderers.
.4 Part B: Tunneling and Associated Works
.1 Tunneling and Precast Lining Installation Item B1.1: EWT East (Site
5a to Site 3c), Item B1.2: EWT West (Site 3c to Site 1) and Item B1.3:
NST (Site 10 to Site 6)
.1 Payment for Tunneling and Precast Lining Installation will be
made at the unit price per linear metre as stated in the
Schedule of Prices for each respective tunnel segment. The
payment quantity will be the actual number of linear metres of
completed tunnel, as measured by the Contract Administrator.
The tunnel will be measured horizontally at the vertical
centerline of the tunnel between the excavated perimeters of
the shafts at each end of each respective tunnel segment.
Measurement will be made to the nearest 0.1 metre.
.2 For payment purposes, the excavation and support of the tunnel
sections through the EWT Access Chamber at Site 2 and the
Junction Chamber at Site 2 will be compensated under this item.
Payment for the subsequent removal of the tunnel support and
any additionally required support as a result of excavating the
Access and Junction chambers will be included within Bid
Items for Site 2 Junction Chamber with Connections to EWT and
NST (Item B3.1.1) or at Site 2 EWT Access Chamber and Shaft
(Item B3.1.2) in the Schedule of Prices.
.3 The unit price per linear metre shall constitute full
compensation for all labour, material, equipment and
incidentals necessary to complete the tunnel excavation and
installation of support including, but not limited to:
.1 Implementation and maintenance of all protection
measures, including measures for support of existing
utilities and structures as may be required to meet
requirements stated in the Contract Documents;
.2 Installing and maintaining the excavation support;
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.3 Installing and maintaining tunnel ventilation, lighting


and all other utilities necessary for tunnel construction,
including portions of such utilities that extend through
workshafts;
.4 Placing any necessary contact grout or any backfill
concrete made necessary by any overexcavation or
overbreak, whether or not for the convenience of the
Contractor, including any starter tunnel or tail tunnel
excavations or any localized tunnel enlargements;
.5 Groundwater treatment and disposal as required;
.6 All associated temporary works as required by the
Contract, and all other temporary works as required to
complete the Work.
.7 Patching of all holes and pockets within the intrados of
the precast concrete tunnel lining, or other lining system
as installed, in accordance with the Contract Documents.
.8 Clean up of the finished tunnels.
.4 Item B1.1.1: 2400mm EWT Outlet Pipe
.1 Payment for the 2,400mm EWT Outlet Pipe will be
made at the unit price per linear metre as stated in the
Schedule of Prices. The payment quantity shall be the
actual number of linear metres of outlet sewer, as
measured by the Contract Administrator. The outlet
sewer will be measured horizontally at the vertical
centerline of the tunnel between the excavated
perimeters of the shafts at each end of each respective
tunnel segment. Measurement will be made to the
nearest 0.1 metre.
.2 The unit price per linear metre shall constitute full
compensation for all labour, material, equipment and
incidentals necessary to complete the excavation and
installation of support including, but not limited to:
.1 Implementation and maintenance of all
protection measures, including measures for
support of existing utilities and structures as
may be required to meet requirements stated in
the Contract Documents;
.2 Installing and maintaining the excavation support;
.3 Placing any necessary contact grout or any
backfill concrete made necessary by any
overexcavation or overbreak, whether or not
for the convenience of the Contractor;
.4 All associated temporary works as required
by the Contract, and all other temporary
works as required to complete the Work.
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.5 Clean up of the finished pipeline.


.2 Pipe Jacking/Microtunneling Installation of RRC Diversion Sewer Item
B2.1: Drive 1 Site 5A to Site 5B and Item B2.2: Drive 2 Site 5B to
Site 5C
.1 Payment for Pipe Jacking/Microtunneling Installation of RRC
Diversion Sewer will be made at the unit price per linear metre
as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each respective
microtunnel drive: Drive 1 Site 5A to Site 5B and Drive 2
Site 5B to Site 5C. The payment quantity shall be the actual
number of linear metres of completed microtunnel, as
measured by the Contract Administrator. The microtunnel will
be measured horizontally at the vertical centerline of the tunnel
between the excavated perimeters of the shafts at each end of
each respective tunnel segment. Measurement will be made to
the nearest 0.1 metre.
.2 The unit price per linear metre shall constitute full
compensation for all labour, material, equipment and
incidentals necessary to complete the tunnel excavation and
installation of support including, but not limited to:
.1 Implementation of protection measures, including
measures for support of existing utilities and
structures as may be required to meet requirements
stated in the Contract Documents;
.2 Installing and maintaining tunnel ventilation, lighting
and all other utilities necessary for microtunnel
construction, including portions of such utilities that
extend through workshafts, if any;
.3 Tunnel excavation, supply and installation of jacking
pipe
.4 Placing any necessary contact grout or any backfill
concrete made necessary by any overexcavation or
overbreak, whether or not for the convenience of the
Contractor;
.5 All associated temporary works as required by the
Contract, and all other temporary works as required to
complete the Work.
.6 Patching of all holes and defects within the intrados of
the pipe, in accordance with the Contract Documents.
.3 Item B3: Shafts and Underground Structures General
.1 Payment for all shafts, underground structures and chambers,
including shaft or adit connections to the EWT or NST, will be
made at the lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices
for each site or identified structure location and will extend to the
tunnel wall. The lump sum price per site or location will
constitute full compensation for all labour, material, equipment
and incidentals to complete the work at each site including, but
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not limited to:


.1 Implementation and maintenance of all protection
measures, including measures for support of existing
utilities and structures as may be required to meet
requirements stated in the Contract Documents to
construct the shafts and underground structures;
.2 Excavation of soil overburden and rock as required to
allow construction of permanent shafts, underground
structures and chambers as specified and shown on the
Drawings;
.3 Removal of all excavated materials from the
excavations, all onsite handling of excavated materials
including onsite stockpiling and loading of trucks for
offsite disposal, with costs related to offsite disposal
covered under Items A2 as applicable;
.4 Design and placement of all excavation support of soil
overburden and rock as specified and as shown on the
Drawings;
.5 Where site work includes chamber excavations at tunnel
level, adit or chamber connections to the EWT or NST or
shaft connections to the EWT or NST, the work includes
necessary removal of previously installed precast
segments, rock overexcavation, any necessary excavation
support, construction of the chamber structures as
specified and shown on the Drawings, and cast-in-place
concrete connections to the EWT and NST segmental
linings at Chamber perimeters, and shaft or adit
connections to the tunnels.
.6 Construction of all permanent linings and structures within
excavations, including, but not limited to, all required
layout, placing and dismantling formwork, placing all
reinforcement, concrete, contact grout, and excavation
backfill;
.7 The supply and construction of all piping, fittings,
couplings and appurtenances, as shown on the Contract
Drawings, including, but not limited to, all associated
supports, specialties, and couplings. Payment for process
equipment (flap gates, slide gates), electrical, and
instrumentation equipment is included in Part C.
.8 All miscellaneous works and appurtenances required to
complete the work as stated in the Specifications and as
shown on the Contract Drawings.
.9 All associated temporary works as required by the
Contract, and all other temporary works, including
placement of mudmats or other working surfaces and
any temporary utilities not covered under other Items as
required to complete the Work;
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.2 Individual Bid Items under general Item B3 Shafts and


Underground Structures are listed below. Work items in addition
to those identified in the foregoing are identified, as appropriate,
for individual Items. Where the description of the included work
in Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1 is fully applicable to the Bid Item, no
additional description is provided.
.4 Item B3.1: Site 1 TBM Extraction Shaft
.1 This Item does not cover excavation and support of the
Extraction Shaft because the Extraction Shaft will be pre-
constructed by another contractor. In addition to all work stated
under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this Item does cover all work
necessary to assume responsibility for the Extraction Shaft,
including any necessary inspection of the constructed shaft, re-
establishing or verifying the integrity of installed site utilities, all
work necessary to establish the tunnel eye, including excavation,
for mining the EWT into the shaft, and all temporary utilities and
works necessary to support TBM reception and recovery from
the Shaft, as well as all other elements of work specified under
Item B3.
.5 Item B3.1.1: Site 2 Junction Chamber with Connections to EWT and
NST
.6 Item B3.1.2.: Site 2 EWT Access Chamber and Shaft
.7 Item B3.2: Site 3a RCI Diversion Chamber, Drop Structure, and
Deaeration Chamber, with Connection to EWT
.8 Item B3.3: Site 3c EWT Access Chamber and Mid-Tunnel Launch
and/or Extraction Shaft
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this item
covers all work necessary to establish the tunnel eyes for mining
the EWT into the shaft for the tunnel drive from Site3c and
launching the TBM for the tunnel drive to Site 1, turning the
TBM in the shaft, all work necessary to allow for extraction of
the TBM, and any excavation of a tail tunnel, if determined
necessary by the Contractor. All work related to re-establishing
staging for tunnel muck removal and segment delivery is covered
under this item. All other work related to establishing staging
activities at this Site is covered under Item A1.1.
.9 Item B3.4: Site 4 EWT Access Chamber and Shaft with Tunnel
Connection
.10 Item B3.5: Site 5a EWT Outlet Chamber and EWT Launch or
Extraction Shaft
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this item
covers all work necessary to establish the tunnel eye for
launching the TBM for the tunnel drive to Site 3c, all work
necessary to allow for extraction of the TBM, and any excavation
of a tail tunnel, if determined necessary by the Contractor. All
other work related to establishing staging activities at this Site,
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including supporting activities, except as noted below, for tunnel


excavation, is covered under Item A1.1.
.2 The work in addition includes establishing the tunnel eye and
necessary supporting activities, such as installing a thrust block
and jacking frame for launch of the pipe jacking/microtunnel
machine for the RRC Diversion Sewer for the drive to Site 5b.
.11 Item B3.6: Site 5a - IOS Connection Chamber Including All Connections
.12 Item B3.7: Site 5b RRC Microtunnel Shaft
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this item
covers all work necessary to establish the tunnel eyes for
reception of the microtunnel drive from Site 5A and for
launching the TBM for the tunnel drive to Site 5c, including
establishing a thrust block and jacking frame. All other work
related to establishing staging activities at this Site, including
other supporting activities for tunnel excavation, is covered
under Item A1.1.
.13 Item B3.8: Site 5c RRC Diversion Chamber
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this item
covers all work necessary to establish the tunnel eye for
reception of the microtunnel drive from Site 5B, and recovery of
the microtunnel machine and demobilizing the machine from the
site.
.2 The work, in addition, also includes establishing connections to
existing sewer infrastructure as specified and as shown on the
Drawings.
.14 Item B3.9: Site 6: Portal Construction and TBM Extraction
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, as
applicable, this Item includes all work necessary to construct the
tunnel portal for receiving the TBM for the drive from Site 10 to
Site 6, implementation of support measures for the tunnel at the
portal location, and establishing necessary slope support above
and surrounding the portal location as specified and as shown on
the Drawings.
.15 Item B3.10: Site 8 McLeod Street Drop Structure, Vent Shaft,
Deaeration Chamber and Tunnel ConnectionItem B3.11: Site 9
Catherine Street Drop Structure, Vent Shaft, Deaeration Chamber and
Tunnel Connection
.16 Item B3.11.1: Catherine Street Sewer Chamber with Lateral Connection
to B3.11
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this item
covers all work necessary for establishing connections to existing
sewer infrastructure as specified and as shown on the Drawings.
.17 Item B3.12: Site 10 NST Launch Shaft and Access Chamber
.1 In addition to all work stated under Paragraph 3.1.4.3.1, this item
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covers all work necessary to establish the tunnel eye for


launching the TBM for the tunnel drive to Site 6, and any
excavation of a tail tunnel, if determined necessary by the
Contractor. All other work related to establishing staging
activities at this Site, including supporting activities, except as
noted elsewhere, for tunnel excavation, is covered under Item
A1.1.
.18 Item B4: Instrumentation and Monitoring - General
.1 Payment for Instrumentation and Monitoring will be made at
the unit price per each instrument as stated in the Schedule of
Prices for each type of instrument required by the Contract
Documents. The payment quantity will be the actual number
of each instrument type, satisfactorily installed, as determined
by the Contract Administrator. The unit price per each
instrument will constitute full compensation for all labour,
material, equipment and incidentals to complete the works
including, but not limited to:
.1 Furnishing, delivering, installing, operating, monitoring,
reporting, maintaining and abandoning the specified
instruments as specified and as shown on the Drawings.
.2 Establishing initial readings for each instrument as
specified.
.3 Furnishing and maintaining, including any necessary
calibration, all required readout instruments, with
ownership either remaining with the Contractor or
reverting to the City as stated in the Specifications. The
required number of each specific type of readout
instrument is as specified.
.2 A maximum of 80 per cent of the unit price entered against each
respective instrument bid item will be paid upon satisfactory
installation of each instrument, establishing initial readings and
reporting the same to the Contract Administrator. The remaining
20 percent of the unit price for each instrument will be paid upon
satisfactory completion of specified monitoring and instrument
abandonment.
.3 Individual Bid Items under Instrumentation and Monitoring are
listed following. The description of the included work in
Paragraph 3.1.4is fully applicable to all but one of the Bid Items
following. Additional description is provided as necessary.
.19 Item B4.1: Monitoring Arrays, including installation, monitoring,
reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.20 Item B4.2: Automatic Total Stationing Systems, including installation,
maintenance, power supply, programming, monitoring, automatic data
collection and reporting, and abandonment
.21 Item B4.3: Soil Deformation Monitoring Points, including installation,
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
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.22 Item B4.4: Utility Monitoring Points, including installation, monitoring,


reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.23 Item B4.5: Vibrating Wire Piezometers, including installation,
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment, 2 sensors
.24 Item B4.5.1: Additional Vibrating Wire Piezometer Sensors, including
installation, monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.1 The number of additional sensors will be determined by the
Contract Administrator, and the model of each additional sensor
shall be the same as those provided under Item B4.5.
.25 Item B4.6: Inclinometers, including installation, monitoring, reporting,
maintenance, and abandonment
.26 Item B4.7.1: Tiltmeter negotiations including all effort required to
coordinate with the property owners and Contract Administrator to
determine the location of the tiltmeters
.27 Item B4.7.2: Tiltmeters, including installation, monitoring, reporting,
maintenance, and abandonment
.28 Item B4.8: Reflectorless Survey Points, including installation,
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.29 Item B4.9: Optical Survey Targets, including installation, monitoring,
reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.30 Item B4.10: Structural Monitoring Points, including installation,
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.31 Item B4.11: Multi-Point Borehole Extensometers, 2 sensors, including
installation, monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment
.32 Item B4.11.1: Additional Multi-Point Borehole Extensometer Sensors
.33 Item B4.12: Seismographs, including installation, monitoring, reporting,
maintenance, and abandonment
.34 Item B4.13: Decommissioning Monitoring Wells
.35 Item B4.14: Develop and Implement Instrumentation Plan for
Cathcart/Bolton/King Edward areas, including all equipment,
installations, monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment as
appropriate
.36 Item B4.15: Develop and Implement Instrumentation Plan for
Cumberland, St. Andrew, and Bruyere/Cathcart areas, including all
equipment, installations, monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and
abandonment as appropriate
.37 Item B4.16: Develop and Implement Instrumentation Plan for Tabaret
Hall, including all equipment, installations, monitoring, reporting,
maintenance, and abandonment as appropriate
.38 Item B4.17: Pavement Monitoring Points (PMP) including installation,
monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and abandonment/removal
.39 Item B4.18: Convergence Points and Tape Extensometer including
installation, monitoring, reporting, maintenance, and
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abandonment/removal
.40 Item B5: Division 1 General Requirements
.1 Payment for all items in this section includes general requirements and
plans including tunnel and shaft safety plans not included under any
other Part B sections that are listed in Division 1.
.41 Item B6: Pre-Construction Inspection
.1 Payment for all work under this item shall include all works associated
with pre-construction and post-construction surveys as per Section
01120.
.5 Part C: Odour Control Facilities and Surface Works
.1 Items under C1.1, C2.1, C3.1, C5.1, C6.1, C7.1, C8.1, C9.1, C10.1, C11.1, and
C12.1: Division 1 General Requirements
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 1 General Requirements shall
include all site specific work for each site not included in A1.1 and B5,
including but not limited to site specific plans and submittals, erosion and
sediment control plans and measures, site offices, environmental protection
measures, temporary barriers, support and protection of existing utilities
and installations, temporary servicing, traffic control, etc and will be made
on a lump sum basis as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site.
.2 Items under C4.1 Site 3b: All Works
.1 Payment for items at this site shall include all works in all specification
sections from Division 1 through 16 and will be made on a lump sum basis
as stated in the Schedule of Prices for this site.
.3 Items under C1.2, C2.2, C3.2, C5.2, C6.2, C7.2, C8.2, C9.2, C10.2 C11.2, C12.2:
Division 2 Site Works
.1 Payment for all items listed under Division 2 Site Works will be made
per unit, or lump sum, as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include site works specific to the Tunneling and
associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 Payment quantity for these items shall be as follows:
.1 The payment quantity for items listed per linear metre shall be the
actual number of linear metres, as measured by the Contract
Administrator. Measurement will be made to the nearest 0.1 metre.
.2 The payment quantity for items listed per square metre shall be the
actual number of square metres, as measured by the Contract
Administrator. Measurement will be made to the nearest 0.1
square metre.
.3 The payment quantity for items listed per cubic metre shall be the
actual number of cubic metres, as measured by the Contract
Administrator. Measurement will be made to the nearest 0.1 cubic
metre.
.4 The payment quantity for items listed per tonne shall be the actual
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number of tonnes, as measured by scale and verified by the


Contract Administrator. Measurement will be made to the nearest
0.01 tonne.
.5 The payment quantity for items listed per unit each shall be the
number of units counted by the Contract Administrator and
specified in the Contract Documents, unless otherwise agreed
upon by the Contract Administrator.
.6 The payment quantity for items listed as Lump Sum shall be one,
as per the price listed in the Schedule of Prices. Only one lump
sum amount will be paid, regardless of the extent of the work
completed.
.4 For all items, the unit price or lump sum price per site or location shall
constitute full compensation for all labour, material, equipment and
incidentals necessary to complete the work as described in specification
sections under Division 2, excluding tunneling and associated works
outlined in Part A and B, for the completion of the odour control facilities
and surface works, including but not limited to the following:
.1 all removals and demolitions, including trees, piping, asphalt,
concrete surfaces and other requirements as indicated on the
Contract Drawings and described in the specifications;
.2 supply and installation of granular materials for temporary and
permanent roads and foundations as required for the construction
of buildings, chambers and other surface works as indicated on the
Contract Drawings and described in the specifications;
.3 site preparation for staging works including preliminary grading to
allow works to take place
.4 supply and installation of new pipes, sewers, valves, ducts,
catchbasins, maintenance holes and pre-cast concrete valve
chambers, including excavation, appurtenances and backfill, as
indicated on the Contract Drawings and described in the
specifications
.4 tree protection and dust control as indicated on the Contract
Drawings and described in the specifications;
.5 excavation, trenching and backfilling for installation or removal of
utilities, air ducts, piping, building foundations, chambers and
other miscellaneous surface works as indicated on the Contract
Drawings and described in the specifications;
.6 site restoration and landscaping activities including road
reinstatement, asphalt paving, grading, topsoil, sodding, seeding,
planting and other related works as indicated on the Contract
Drawings and described in the specifications;
.7 all other works required for the construction of the odour control
facilities and other miscellaneous surface works at each site
included in specification sections under Division 2.
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.4 Items under C1.3, C2.3, C3.3, C5.3, C6.3, C7.3, C8.3, C9.3, C10.3, C11.3, and
C12.3: Division 3- Concrete
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 3: Concrete will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of all pre-cast and cast-in-place concrete,
including formwork, reinforcement, accessories, finishing,
waterproofing, testing and other concrete related works required
for the construction of the odour control facilities, control
buildings, air vent chambers, valve chambers and other surface
works as indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 3
specification sections for details;
.5 Items under C1.4, C2.4, C3.4, C5.4, C6.4, C7.4, C8.4, C9.4, C10.4, C11.4, and
C12.4: Division 4- Masonry
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 4: Masonry will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of all masonry, including mortar, anchorage
and accessories required for the construction of the odour control
facilities, control buildings and other surface works as indicated on
the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 4 specification sections
for details;
.6 Items under C1.5, C2.5, C3.5, C5.5, C6.5, C7.5, C8.5, C9.5, C10.5, C11.5, and
C12.5: Division 5- Metals
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 5: Metals will be made at the lump
sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or identified
structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
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.1 supply and installation of all metals, including stairs, ladders,


decks, railings, structural steel and other metal accessories and
fabrications required for the construction of the odour control
facilities, control buildings, air vent chambers and other surface
works as indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 5
specification sections for details;
.7 Items under C1.6, C2.6, C3.6, C5.6, C6.6, C7.6, C8.6, C9.6, C10.6, C11.6, and
C12.6: Division 6- Woods and Plastics
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 6: Woods and Plastics will be
made at the lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site
or identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of all wood and plastics including framing,
sheathing and carpentry work required for the construction of the
odour control facilities, air vent chambers, control buildings and
other surface works as indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer
to Division 6 specification sections for details;
.8 Items under C1.7, C2.7, C3.7, C5.7, C6.7, C7.7, C8.7, C9.7, C10.7, C11.7, and
C12.7: Division 7- Thermal and Moisture Protection
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 7: Thermal and Moisture
Protection will be made at the lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of
Prices for each site or identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of thermal and moisture protection,
including waterproofing, insulation, sealants, flashing, paneling,
roofing, siding and other related materials and installations
required for the construction of the odour control facilities, control
buildings and other surface works as indicated on the Contract
Drawings. Refer to Division 7 specification sections for details;
.9 Items under C1.8, C2.8, C3.8, C5.8, C6.8, C7.8, C8.8, C9.8, C10.8, C11.8, and
C12.8: Division 8- Windows and Doors
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 8: Windows and Doors will be
made at the lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site
or identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
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and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.


.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of doors, frames, louvres and related
accessories required for the construction of the odour control
facilities, control buildings and other surface works as indicated on
the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 8 specification sections
for details;
.10 Items under C1.9, C2.9, C3.9, C5.9, C6.9, C7.9, C8.9, C9.9, C10.9, C11.9, and
C12.9: Division 9- Finishes
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 9: Finishes will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of paints and protective coatings required
for the construction of the odour control facilities, control
buildings and other surface works as indicated on the Contract
Drawings. Refer to Division 9 specification sections for details;
.11 Items under C1.10, C2.10, C3.10, C5.10, C6.10, C7.10, C8.10, C9.10, C10.10,
C11.10, and C12.10: Division 10- Furnishings
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 10: Furnishings will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of exterior signage and fire extinguishers as
indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 10
specification sections for details;
.12 Items under C1.11, C2.11, C3.11, C5.11, C6.11, C7.11, C8.11, C9.11, C10.11,
C11.11, and C12.11: Division 11 - Equipment
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 11: Equipment will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
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.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling


and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of all slide gates, flap gates, process valves,
stoplogs, motors/actuators and other process equipment as
indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 11
specification sections for details;
.13 Items under C1.12, C2.12, C3.12, C5.12, C6.12, C7.12, C8.12, C9.12, C10.12,
C11.12, and C12.12: Division 13 Special Construction
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 13: Special Construction will be
made at the lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site
or identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of all instrumentation, communications and
odour control equipment, including carbon filters, grease/mist
eliminators, control panels, junction boxes, computing units, and
security systems as indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to
Division 13 specification sections for details;
.14 Items under C1.13, C2.13, C3.13, C5.13, C6.13, C7.13, C8.13, C9.13, C10.13,
C11.13, and C12.13: Division 14 - Conveying Equipment
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 14: Conveying Equipment will be
made at the lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site
or identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of hoists in the odour control facilities as
indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to Division 14
specification sections for details;
.15 Items under C1.14, C2.14, C3.14, C5.14, C6.14, C7.14, C8.14, C9.14, C10.14,
C11.14, and C12.14: Division 15 - Mechanical
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 15: Mechanical will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
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identified structure location.


.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of mechanical equipment, including piping,
ductwork, HVAC systems, heaters, fans, vents, dampers and other
components as indicated on the Contract Drawings. Refer to
Division 15 specification sections for details;
.16 Items under C1.15, C2.15, C3.15, C5.15, C6.15, C7.15, C8.15, C9.15, C10.15,
C11.15, and C12.15: Division 16 - Electrical
.1 Payment for all items listed as Division 16 - Electrical will be made at the
lump sum price as stated in the Schedule of Prices for each site or
identified structure location.
.2 These items do not include items or requirements specific to the Tunneling
and associated works or otherwise specified in Parts A and B, above.
.3 The lump sum price per site or location shall constitute full compensation
for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals necessary for the
completion of the odour control facilities and surface works, including but
not limited to the following:
.1 supply and installation of all electrical equipment, including wires,
cables, ductbanks, electrical duct trenching and backfill, removals,
power sources, motor starters, transformers, lighting, fittings,
fastenings and other accessories as indicated on the Contract
Drawings. Refer to Division 16 specification sections for details;
.6 Part D: Cash Allowances
.1 As per Section 00410 Cash Allowances.

.7 Part E: Provisional Items


.1 Item E1: Additional Contaminated Soil Disposal Offsite
.1 As per Item A2.
.2 Item E2: Water Treatment Plant Equipment, Mobilization, Operation,
Maintenance, and Demobilization
.2 Payment for Water Treatment Plant Equipment, Mobilization, Operation,
Maintenance, and Demobilization will be made at the unit price as stated
in the Schedule of Prices. The unit price shall constitute full
compensation for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals for all
items necessary to treat discharge water as required by the Contract
Documents and any required permits for such discharge including, but
not limited to:
.1 Mobilization of all equipment to each site for which the
Contractor determines that water treatment equipment is
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necessary, including all plant components and piping, fittings,


valves and meters.
.2 Installation and maintenance of each water treatment plant.
.3 Removal of each plant upon completion of the Work.
.4 Restoration of the site area occupied by each plant, only to the
extent that such restoration costs are not covered under other
items as part of site restoration costs.
.3 Item E2.1: Treatment of Contaminated Water Through Plant Specified under E2
and Discharge.
.1 Payment for Treatment of Contaminated Water through Water
Treatment Plants will be made at the unit price per cubic metre of
treated water as stated in the Schedule of Prices. Refer to Section 02140
Groundwater Control for details. The unit price shall constitute full
compensation for all labour, material, equipment and incidentals for
treating and discharging water that passes through each of the treatment
plant(s) including, but not limited to:
.1 Treatment of water, including labor, equipment, and materials
needed to operate each water treatment plant.
.2 Metering required to properly document quantity of water
treated by each treatment plant as required.
.2 Measurement will be made to the nearest 0.005 cubic meter for each flow
meter, and the readings for each meter will be aggregated for payment
purposes.
.4 Item E2.2: Disposal of Contaminated Water Offsite
.1 Payment for Disposal of Contaminated Water Offsite will be made at the
unit price per cubic metre of treated water as stated in the Schedule of
Prices. Refer to Section 02140 Groundwater Control and Section
01355 Waste Management and Disposal for details. The unit price
shall constitute full compensation for all labour, material, equipment
and incidentals for storage and disposal of contaminated water offsite.
.4 Item E3: Barrier for tree protection
.1 As per Section 02901 Tree and Shrub Protection.
.5 Item E4: Replacement of Unsuitable Native Backfill Material with Granular A
.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.6 Item E5: Replacement of Unsuitable Native Backfill Material with Granular B
Type II
.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.7 Item E6: Replacement of Unsuitable Native Backfill Material with SSM Type III
.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.8 Item E7: Remove and Replace Asphalt for Temporary Reinstatement (40mm HL3,
40mm HL8)
.1 As per City SP F-3101 and F-3130, OPSS 311.
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.9 Item E8: Temporary Granular A Surface


.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.10 Item E9: Remove and Replace Monolithic Concrete Sidewalk
.1 As per Section 02770 Concrete Walks and Curbs
.11 Item E10: Flowable Fill for Utility Support
.1 As per Section 01119 Preservation and Protection
.12 Item E11: Select Subgrade for Trench Backfill
.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.13 Item E12: Additional Subexcavation (including removals)
.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.14 Item E13: Additional Excavation and Backfill with Clear Stone
.1 As per Section 02315 Excavation, Trenching and Backfill.
.15 Item E14: CCTV (Sewers Not Included in Contract Items)
.1 As per City SP F-4090.
.16 Item E15: Rock Removal by Blasting
.1 As per Section 02228 Blasting.
.17 Item E16: Rock Removal by Mechanical Means
.1 As per Section 02316 Rock Removal
.18 Item E17: Supply and Installation of Reinforcing Steel
.1 As per Section 03200 Concrete Reinforcement.
.19 Item E18: Supply and Installation of 20 Mpa Cast-in-Place Concrete
.1 As per Section 03301 Cast-in-Place Concrete Buildings
.20 Item E19: Supply and Installation of 30 Mpa Cast-in-Place Concrete
.1 As per Section 03301 Cast-in-Place Concrete Buildings
.21 Item E20: Supply and Installation of Excavation Support System
.1 As per Section 02150 Excavation Support Systems.

END OF SECTION

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Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This section includes instructions regarding coordination with City operations,


subcontractors and trades, other contractors, SCADA systems, utilities, and existing
roads, and general information regarding existing dimensions, fees and charges,
openings, and building colour selection. It also includes requirements for City
streetlighting.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS


.1 Section 01117 - Construction Sequences and Constraints

.2 Section 01353 - Special Procedures: Traffic Control

.3 Section 02482 - Noise and Vibration Monitoring Plan

.4 Section 02980 Restoration

1.3 REFERENCE

.1 Ontario Provincial Standard Specifications


.1 OPSS 630 Sectional Steel High Mast Lighting Poles
.2 City of Ottawa Special Provision
.1 Special Provision S.P. No.: F-6011 Streetlighting
.2 Special Provision S.P. No.: F-6101 Removal of Electrical Equipment
.3 Special Provision S.P. No.: F-6111 Underpass Luminaires
.4 Special Provision S.P. No.: F-6151 Pole Erection
.5 Special Provision S.P. No.: F-6171 Roadway Luminaires
.6 Special Provision S.P. No.: F-6301 High Mast Poles

1.4 CONSTRUCTION COORDINATION WITH CITYS FACILITY OPERATION

.1 Refer to Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints.

1.5 COORDINATION OF TRADES AND SUBCONTRACTORS


.1 The Contractor shall ensure cooperation and coordination with and
between the trades and Subcontractors to ensure that the Work is carried out
expeditiously and in a satisfactory manner. The Contractor shall be responsible for all
extra costs arising from failure to properly coordinate the Work with the work of others.
.2 Coordinate civil, architectural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and controls,
tunneling, shaft construction, and structural work for equipment being installed. Provide
openings and embedments in existing walls and structures for pipes and conduits as
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needed. Cut and make good, or excavate and backfill, as required and in a timely manner
so that the work proceeds expeditiously.
.3 Should the Contractor wish to provide mechanical equipment requiring changes to
electrical equipment, wiring or associated raceways, the Contractor shall bear any extra
cost for such changes to the electrical control equipment or wiring systems if such
mechanical equipment is accepted by the Engineer.
.4 The various divisions of these specifications have not necessarily been segregated into
sub-trades or sub-contracts. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to define the
scope of work required of each sub-trade or subcontract.
.5 Extras will not be considered, based on differences of interpretation of the specifications,
as to which trade shall supply and install certain items or materials. Such coordination is
entirely the responsibility of the Contractor.

1.6 COOPERATION WITH OTHER CONTRACTORS


.1 Other contracts may be awarded to construct adjacent work to which this contract work
connects.
.2 At the interface with other contracts, jointly plan and coordinate with other contractors
the work so that the project:
.1 Will not be delayed
.2 Will not be endangered in any way
.3 Will be correctly connected
.4 Will not cause the City to be designated as the Constructor as set out in the
Occupational Health and Safety Act.
.3 Where any equipment is supplied by the Owner, coordinate unloading, transfer,
installation, testing and placing into operation.
.4 Where other work is in progress within or adjacent to the limits of this Contract, co-
operate and co-ordinate with other Contractor(s), Utility Companies, and the City of
Ottawa and allow reasonable, free access to their work at all times.
.1 Note that OLRT operations including tunnel and station construction and testing
operations along with bus rerouting is expected to take place during much of this
Contract duration near some of the project sites. The Contractor shall coordinate
with OLRT Constructors to ensure OLRT operations are not impacted by Contract
works.
.5 Co-operate and make suitable working arrangements with other Contractor(s) (i.e. third
party Contractors).
.6 Notify the Engineer and the City in advance and obtain approval in writing from the
Engineer and the City for all arrangements made with other Contractor(s) (i.e. third party
Contractors).
.7 Engineer shall determine co-ordination and execution of work in event that Contractor(s)
(i.e. third party Contractors and the Contractor) are unable to reach satisfactory working
agreements.
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.8 The Contractor is made aware of the following proposed works by others within the
vicinity of the Contract limits. The following list is not exhaustive and may be subject to
change, including dates and extents:
.1 Road Resurfacing Waller St (southbound lanes and ramps) from 60m north of
Stewart St to Nicholas St southbound, 2015
.2 Road, Sewer and Water Works Nicholas St from Laurier Ave to Main St, 2015
.3 Bridge Renewal Nicholas St overpass at Mann Ave/Greenfield Ave, 2015
.4 Transit Priority Works Bus turn around, King Edward Ave at Union St, 2015
.5 Cycling Route Works Laurier Ave E from Nicholas St to Waller St, 2018
.6 Road Resurfacing Kent St from Chamberlain Ave to Wellington St, 2016
.7 Road Resurfacing Wellington St from OConnor St to MacKenzie Ave, 2016
.8 Integrated Works McLeod St from Kent St to Lyon St, 2016
.9 Road Resurfacing Chamberlain Ave from Kent St to 60m West of Bank St, 2015,
2016
.10 Road Resurfacing Catherine St from Elgin St to Bronson Ave, 2017
.11 Rideau Street Reconstruction - between Dalhousie and Sussex Drive, 2016, 2017.
.12 Reconstruction of Rideau Street between Dalhousie and Sussex Drive (2016 and
2017).

1.7 COORDINATION OF SCADA SOFTWARE DEVELOPED BY THE CITY

.1 Coordinate start up and commissioning activities with the Citys staff responsible for
PLC and HMI programming for Contractor provided systems in a timely manner so that
the Work proceeds expeditiously.

.2 Deliver any purchased components of the SCADA system to the City for any required
programming in a manner such that the overall schedule is not adversely affected.

1.8 UTILITY NOTIFICATION AND COORDINATION


.1 Coordinate the Work with various utilities (power, gas, telephone, water, cable etc.)
within Project limits. The Contractor shall notify applicable utilities prior to
commencing the Work and make necessary accommodations if the utility requires an
inspector during the work. The Contractor shall also notify the applicable utilities if any
damage occurs, or if conflicts or emergencies arise during the execution of the Work.
.2 Coordinate the utility companies for the tie-in, shutdown, disconnection and relocation
of the existing services prior to commencing the work. Provide the utilities at least 15
working days advance notification before commencing work that affects utilities. If
utility modifications require a utility design generated by the utility, provide an
additional 15 working day period to generate the design. Allow additional time as
required by the utility at no additional cost to the Contract.
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.3 Provide assistance to the utilities as requested to allow for utility relocations where
required.
.4 Coordinate with all utilities to ensure their availability on Site to suit the Contractor's
schedule. The Contractor shall adjust its schedule, at no additional cost to the Contract,
to suit the availability of the utility companies.
.5 Should any piping, sewers, ductbanks, cables or similar services be encountered during
performance of the Work that are not known from the City or other utility companies
records, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer and the appropriate utility agency and
shall not proceed with their removal or cutting until direction has been provided.
.6 Utilities in the area include (but are not limited to):
.1 NCC utilities
.2 Enbridge
.3 Rogers
.4 Bell
.5 Hydro Ottawa
.6 Hydro One
.7 City of Ottawa Street Lighting
.8 City of Ottawa Traffic Operations
.9 PWGSC utilities

1.9 CITY STREET LIGHTING CONSTRUCTION


.1 The Contractor shall perform all new street lighting works as per F-6011, removals as
per F-6101, underpass lighting as per F-6111, pole erection as per F-6151, roadway
luminaires as per F-6171, and high mast pole construction as per F-6301.

.2 The Contractor shall coordinate with City of Ottawa Street Lighting to obtain design
works, construction support, and approval for all street lighting related works.

.3 Street lighting works for removal and installation is to be paid under the relevant unit
price item in Division 2.

1.10 NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION (NCC) NOTIFICATION AND


COORDINATION
.1 The Contractor shall ensure cooperation and coordination with the National Capital
Commission (NCC) at Site 3a, 3b, 3c, 5 and shall follow the requirements of the Noise
and Vibration Monitoring Plan and communication process in Section 02482 Noise
and Vibration Monitoring. Works at Site 6 shall follow the requirements of Section
01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints.
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1.11 PUBLIC WORKS AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES CANADA (PWGSC)


NOTIFICATION AND COORDINATION
.1 Refer to Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints.
.2 Coordinate with PWGSC to accommodate other Major Crown construction projects,
operational projects, recapitalization projects, and repair projects.
.3 Coordinate between PWGSC, City, and Contract Administrator. Accommodate
requirements and recommendations of the PWGSC Construction Coordination
Committee; relevant information about this committee to be provided.

1.12 MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION (MTO) NOTIFICATION AND


COORDINATION
.1 The Contractor shall ensure cooperation and coordination with the Ministry of
Transportation (MTO) at Site 9 and 10.

1.13 EXISTING ROADS

.1 Provide all signage necessary to properly direct construction traffic to the Contractors
site trailer and worker parking area at each site, where worker parking at the site is
permitted. All signage shall be to the satisfaction of the Engineer. Refer to Section 01353
- Special Procedures: Traffic Control for additional signage requirements.

.2 Existing roads on the site may not be used for construction purposes except as shown on
the contract drawings and unless agreed to by the Owner. Repair all road damage and
reinstate to existing or better condition after the completion of construction work. All
reinstatement shall be in accordance with requirements of Section 02980 - Restoration.

1.14 EXISTING DIMENSIONS

.1 Dimensions shown are based on existing drawings and are approximate. Verify field
dimensions and details before commencing work. Report discrepancies to the Engineer.

1.15 FEES AND CHARGES

.1 Pay fees and charges imposed for disposal of waste materials, engineering fees for
substitutions, permit fees and similar items to complete the work.

1.16 CEILING AND WALL OPENINGS

.1 Locate wall and ceiling openings to suit the pattern of concrete, masonry and ceiling tile
work. Make necessary adjustments in systems to allow openings to coincide with wall
and ceiling patterns.

1.17 STANDARD AND CUSTOM COLOURS

.1 Colour to be selected by Owner; the Engineer can select standard or custom colours
without increase to the contract price.
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Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

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Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This section includes general regulatory instruction requirements.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS

.1 Section 01015 Contractors Use of Premises

.2 Section 01310 Progress Schedules

.3 Section 02140 Groundwater Control

.4 Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints

1.3 SUBMITTALS

.1 Quality Control Submittals: Submit certificates from inspecting authorities for electrical
work and pressure piping etc.

.2 Inspection Schedule: Submit required inspection schedule to comply with permitting


requirements in the progress schedule outlined in Section 01310 Progress Schedules
and update based on any changes in works.

.3 Submit the information required under Part 1 of Ontario Regulation 213 to the Ministry
of Labour prior to commencing work.

1.4 APPLICABLE CODES

.1 Comply with the latest edition of the following statutes, regulations, and codes and all
amendments thereto:
.1 The Ontario Building Code Act and Regulations.
.2 National Building Code of Canada (NBC)
.3 Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations for Construction Projects,
covering safety, hazardous materials, and Workplace Hazardous Material
Information.
.4 Ontario Plumbing Code.
.5 Boiler and Pressure Vessel Act Ontario
.6 The Energy Act Ontario.
.7 Ontario Electrical Safety Code
.8 Ontario Regulation made pursuant to the Power Corporation Act regarding the
Electrical Safety Code.
.9 Ontario Water Resources Act and Regulations.
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.10 Environmental Protection Act, Ontario Regulation 346.

.11 Codes and Standards of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
.12 CSA B149.1-00, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code
.13 Municipal Sewer Use Bylaws
.14 Construction Lien Act, R.S.O 1990, Chapter C.30
.15 Official Languages Act for formal communications and signage at Site 6.
.16 Security Screening Requirements
.17 AODA Regulations
.18 All other applicable Codes.

.2 The Contractor shall conform to and enforce strict compliance with the Occupational
Health and Safety Act (OHSA). For purposes of the Occupational Health and Safety Act,
the Contractor will be designated the Constructor and assumes the responsibility of the
Constructor as set out in the Act and its regulations.

1.5 PERMITS, APPROVALS, AND LICENCES

.1 Apply for, obtain, and pay for all permits, approvals, and licenses required for the
project, including but not limited to:
.1 Plumbing permit
.2 Canadian Standards Association International (CSA)
.3 Field certification of equipment
.4 Operating engineers
.5 Canadian Gas Association (CGA)
.6 Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA)
.7 Electrical supply and inspection authorities including Hydro Ottawa and the
Ontario Electrical Safety Authority (ESA). Contractor shall submit and pay for
ESA Plans Approval review and associated electrical permits for all electrical
installations.
.8 Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA) permit O.Reg 174/06 for works in
floodplain/near shoreline. This permit is attached; the Contractor shall review and
comply with all terms in this permit throughout construction when working
adjacent to the Rideau River and Ottawa River
.9 Permit to Take Water (PTTW) Contractor to request transfer from City of
Ottawa to Contractor
.10 Sanitary and Storm Sewer Use Bylaws from the City of Ottawa, including all
associated testing of groundwater required to obtain a Sewer Use Discharge
Agreement. The NCC and PWGSC is to be sent a copy of this permit at least 10
working days prior to commencement of work for work on NCC and PWGSC
property.
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.11 Permit to Perform Work in the Waters and along the Shorelines of the Rideau
River. The Contractor is made aware that work is allowed within the waters of the
Rideau River, however the Contractor must secure this permit as some work
extends beneath the canal and along the shoreline. The NCC is to be sent a copy of
this permit at least 10 working days prior to commencement of work.
.12 City of Ottawa Noise Bylaw Exemption
.13 Other permits required for the work from governing federal, provincial and
municipal authorities having the jurisdictions, including Parks Canada for works
within 30m of the Rideau Canal, PWGSC, and NCC. A copy of the Parks Canada
permit is to be provided to the NCC at least 10 working days prior to
commencement of work.
.14 Completed Authorization for Vehicular Access form (attached) and returned
approval from PWGSC for each vehicle and driver planned to access Site 6.
Signature by Contractor not required.
.15 Signed Consent to Criminal Record Verification (form attached) and returned to
PWGSC for future reference if Reliability status is required for employees
planned to work on or access Site 6.
.16 Completed Parliamentary Precinct Communiqus (form attached) and returned to
PWGSC for any work that directly affects Parliamentary Precinct facilities in the
vicinity of Site 6 as described in Section 01117 Construction Sequences and
Constraints. Signature by Contractor not required.
.17 Authorization for Building Access for any employees requiring access to PWGSC
facilities (requires Secret clearance as specified in 01117 Construction
Sequences and Constraints).

.2 The Contractor shall notify the Ministry of Labour of the commencement of the
construction by mailing a Notice of Project, in accordance with the latest version of
the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.

.3 The Contractor is responsible for providing copies of specifications and drawings as


necessary, for each application and shall carry this cost in their price.

.4 The Owner will be responsible for obtaining a Permit for Building Construction for
Odour Control Facilities. Building permit required for this project will be provided by
the City at no cost to the Contractor.

.5 Permit to Take Water (PTTW):

.1 Draft Permit to Take Water (PTTW) will be applied for by the City of Ottawa,
Contractor to request transfer to their name. Refer to the City of Ottawa General
Special Provision No. D-030 (attached) and Section 02140 Groundwater Control
for details.
.2 Payment section of S.P. No: D-030 is deleted in its entirety.
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.6 Where electrical enclosures and panels do not have CSA labels, arrange and pay for each
such electrical enclosure or panel to be inspected by the provincial electrical safety
inspector.

.7 Arrange for regular inspections and a final inspection with:

.1 The provincial electrical safety inspector.


.2 City of Ottawas building inspector.
.3 The Canadian Gas Association
.4 Applicable branches of the Technical Standards and Safety Authority.

.8 Arrange for all other regular inspections and final inspections required.

.9 The Contractor shall be solely responsible, without limitations, for any delays arising
from the Contractor's failure to plan for the required inspections and to ascertain the
availability of the Permit/Approval/Licensing Inspectors to complete the required
inspections for the Works under this Contract. The related costs and expenses incurred
by the Contractor shall be borne by the Contractor, with no change in the Contract Price
and/or Contract Time.

.10 The Contractor shall meet all applicable equipment standards and regulations regarding
noise emissions. Ensure all vehicles are in good condition and use effective muffling
devices.

.11 Comply with City of Ottawa Noise By-law No. 2004-253 (unless provided an approved
exemption as 1.5.1.12 above) with the summary as below. Exemptions must be applied
for at least 5 working days prior to work.
.1 No person shall, between 22:00 hours of one day and 07:00 hours of the next day
operate or cause to be operated, any construction vehicle or construction
equipment in connection with the construction of any building or structure,
highway, motor car, steam boiler or other engine or machine.
.2 Despite subsection (1), no person shall operate or cause to be operated any
construction vehicle or construction equipment before 0900 hours on any Sunday
or statutory or public holiday.
.3 the use of construction equipment shall not create noise likely to cause a nuisance
or disturb the inhabitants or exceed 90 dBA when measured at the point of
reception,
.4 the use of the construction equipment shall not continue for more than eight (8)
hours on any one day,
.5 the duration of any noise exemption requested shall not exceed thirty(30) calendar
days in length, unless specifically requested by the Contractor and
.6 the affected Ward Councilor or Ward Councilors shall be in agreement with
granting the exemption. The Contractor is made aware that area Councilors for
Site 5, 3c and 10 have been briefed and will consider noise bylaw exemptions for
these sites to accommodate mucking activities.
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Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

ATTACHMENTS

PWGSC AUTHORIZATION FOR VEHICULAR ACCESS


PWGSC CONSENT TO CRIMINAL RECORD VERIFICATION
PWGSC PARLIAMENTARY PRECINCT COMMUNIQUES
PWGSC AUTHORIZATION FOR BUILDING ACCESS (To Be Provided by Addendum)
RVCA SHORELINE WORKS PERMIT (To Be Provided by Addendum)

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Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This section includes instructions regarding manufacturer support during and following
installation.

1.2 DEFINITIONS

.1 Person-Day: One person for 10 hours within regular Contractor working hours.

1.3 SUBMITTALS

.1 Training Schedule to the Owners operating staff: Submit schedule of time and date to
Owners staff not less than 15 working days prior to designated training dates and revise
as necessary for acceptance.
.2 Lesson Plan: Submit proposed lesson plan or instruction material to Owners staff not
less than 15 working days prior to scheduled training and revise as necessary for
acceptance.
.3 Operation and Maintenance Manual shall be submitted as specified in Section 01750
Operations and Maintenance Manual.

1.4 QUALIFICATION OF MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVE

.1 Authorized representative of the manufacturer, factory trained, and experienced in the


technical applications, installation, operation, and maintenance of respective equipment,
subsystem, or system with full authority by the equipment manufacturer to issue the
certification required of the manufacturer. Additional qualifications may be specified
elsewhere.
.2 Representative subject to acceptance by the Owner and the Contract Administrator. No
substitute representatives will be allowed unless prior written approval has been given by
the Contract Administrator.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 FULFILLMENT OF SPECIFIED MINIMUM SERVICES

.1 Furnish manufacturers services as specified in this Section and when required by an


individual Specification Section, to meet the requirements of that Section.
.2 The time necessary to complete all manufacturers services, to ensure a fully operational
and satisfactory installation, shall be included under the Total Lump Sum Tender Price
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and no additional payment will be made where an installation is found to be


unsatisfactory or fails to comply with an individual Specification Section, such that
repeated testing and/or commissioning is required.
.3 Where time is necessary in excess of that stated in the individual specification section for
manufacturers services, or a minimum time is not specified, the time required to
perform specified service is considered incidental.
.4 Schedule manufacturers services to avoid conflict with other onsite testing or other
manufacturers onsite services.
.5 Determine, before scheduling services, that all conditions necessary to allow successful
testing have been met.
.6 Only those days of service approved by the Contract Administrator will be credited to
fulfill the specified minimum services.
.7 In addition to the minimum requirements recommended by the manufacturer,
manufacturers onsite services shall include as a minimum:
.1 Assistance during product (system, subsystem, or component) installation to
include observation, guidance and instruction for the Contractors assembly,
erection, installation or application procedures.
.2 Inspection, checking, and adjustment as required for product (system, subsystem,
or component) to function as warranted by manufacturer and necessary to furnish
Manufacturers Certificate of Proper Installation.
.3 Provide, on a daily basis, copies of all manufacturers representatives field notes
and data to the Contract Administrator.
.4 Revisiting the site as required to correct problems until installation and operation
are acceptable to Contract Administrator.
.5 Resolution of assembly or installation problems attributable to, or associated with,
respective manufacturers products and systems.
.6 Assistance during factory acceptance testing (FAT), site acceptance testing (SAT),
functional and performance testing, facility start-up, commissioning and
evaluation.
.7 Training of the Owner personnel in the operation and maintenance of respective
products as required.
.8 Additional requirements specified elsewhere in individual Specification Sections.

3.2 MANUFACTURERS CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE

.1 Submit manufacturers certificates of compliance prior to shipment of product or


material in accordance with individual Specification Sections.
.2 The Contract Administrator may permit use of certain materials or assemblies prior to
sampling and testing if accompanied by acceptable certification of compliance.
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.3 Certificates of compliance shall be signed by product manufacturer certifying that


product or material specified conforms to or exceeds specified performance. Attach
supporting reference data, affidavits and certifications, as appropriate.
.4 Certificates of compliance may reflect recent or previous test results on material or
product, if acceptable to the Contract Administrator.

3.3 MANUFACTURERS CERTIFICATE OF READINESS FOR INSTALLATION

.1 Before commencing installation of equipment, the Contractor shall arrange for the
attendance of the Manufacturers Representative to provide instructions in the methods,
techniques, precautions, and other information relevant to the successful installation of
the equipment.
.2 When the Manufacturers Representative is satisfied that the Contractor is aware of all
installation requirements, he shall so certify by completing Form 101 attached to Section
01810 - Commissioning.
.3 Refer to Section 01810 - Commissioning for other detail.

3.4 MANUFACTURERS CERTIFICATE OF PROPER INSTALLATION

.1 Manufacturers Certificates of Proper Installation form, Form 102, a copy of which is


attached to Section 01810 - Commissioning, shall be completed and signed by the
equipment manufacturers representative.
.2 Such form shall certify that the signing party is a duly authorized representative of the
manufacturer, is empowered by the manufacturer to inspect, approve and operate their
equipment and is authorized to make recommendations required to assure that the
equipment is complete and operational.
.3 Refer to Section 01810 - Commissioning for other detail.

3.5 TRAINING TO THE OWNERS PERSONNEL

.1 General:
.1 Comply with requirements in Specification Section 01820 Demonstration and
Training.
.2 Furnish manufacturers representatives for detailed classroom and hands-on
training of Owners personnel in the operation and maintenance of specified
product (system, subsystem, component, equipment) and as may be required in
applicable Specifications.
.3 Furnish trained, articulate personnel to coordinate and expedite training, to be
present during training coordination meetings with Owner, and familiar with
operation and maintenance manual information specified in Section 01750
Operations and Maintenance Manual.
.4 Manufacturers representative shall be familiar with facility operation and
maintenance requirements as well as with specified equipment.
.5 Some training sessions may be video recorded.
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.2 Pre-Commissioning Training:
.1 Coordinate training sessions with the Citys operating personnel and
manufacturers representatives and with submission of operation and maintenance
manuals in accordance with Section 01750 Operations and Maintenance Manual.
.2 Complete at least 14 days prior to beginning of commissioning and facility startup.

.3 Post-Commissioning Training: If required in Specifications, furnish and coordinate


training of the Citys operating personnel by respective manufacturers representatives.

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Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION
This section includes unique requirements under this contract.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS


.1 Section 01050 Coordination

.2 Section 01119 Preservation and Protection

.3 Section 01160 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan

.4 Section 01353 Special Procedures: Traffic Control

.5 Section 01705 Contract Work Health and Safety Clauses

1.3 REFERENCES

.1 CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code.

1.4 REGULATIONS

.1 Occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario (OHSA)/Confined Space Entry

.2 Ontario Ministry of Environment - R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 347 - General Waste


Management, under the Environmental Protection Act, as amended to O. Reg. 395/07.

.3 Ontario Fire Code.

.4 Applicable National Fire Protection Association Codes and Standards.

1.5 ALTERATIONS TO EXISTING FACILITIES

.1 Modify and connect to existing facilities as shown and specified.

.2 Make good and refinish all areas affected by work.

.3 All areas to be cleaned to the condition of the area prior to the work being done.

.4 For electrical work in existing facilities, refer to Division 16.

.5 Coordinate with the City and Utility Companies in advance about any modification to the
existing facilities. Refer to Section 01050 - Coordination for details.
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1.6 LIMITS OF CONSTRUCTION

.1 The Contractor shall note that all work is to be contained within the limits of
construction as marked on the Contract Drawings. Trespassing outside these limits is not
allowed. This requirement will be strictly enforced.

.2 The Contractor shall coordinate the use of premises for staging, construction, storage and
access area under the direction of the Owner and the Contract Administrator.

1.7 CITY ACCESS TO SITE

.1 The Contractor shall provide access to existing City infrastructure in operation on or near
work sites to City personnel at all times to meet its operational needs.

1.8 RELICS, ANTIQUITIES AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL FINDS

.1 The Contractor is made aware that the Owner will have archaeological staff present
during all excavation works at all sites. Allow access to Work for monitoring during
excavation. If part of Work is in preparation at locations other than Place of Work, allow
access to such Work whenever it is in progress.

.2 The Contractor shall develop an Archaeological Risk Management Plan and submit it to
the City at least 30 calendar days prior to mobilization. The Plan shall be developed in
consultation with the Algonquins of Ontario and the Quebec Algonquins (Kitigan Zibi
Anishinabeg), and as a minimum, shall include the following:
.1 A protocol to be followed should human remains be discovered in compliance
with all applicable laws including notification requirements as per the Cemeteries
Act, R.S.O. 1990 c. C.4 and the Funeral, Burial and Cremation Service Act, 2002,
S.O. 2002, c.33
.2 A protocol to be followed if previously undocumented archaeological resources
are discovered in accordance with all applicable laws including requirements
outlined in the Ontario Heritage Act
.3 A process to ensure that the Contractor complies with all applicable laws for the
management of archaeological sites, including the Ontario Heritage Act.
.4 A process to ensure that the Contractor complies with applicable federal
requirements for management of archaeological sites on federal lands.

.3 During the Work, the Contractor shall protect relics, antiquities, items of historical or
scientific interest such as cornerstones and monuments, commemorative plaques,
inscribed tablets, and similar objects found during course of work.

.4 If the Contractor's operations expose any items that may indicate an archaeological find,
such as building remains, hardware, accumulations of bones, pottery, or arrowheads, the
Contractor shall immediately notify the Contract Administrator and suspend operations
within the area identified by the Contract Administrator. Notification may be verbal
provided that such notice is confirmed in writing within 2 calendar days.
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.5 Work shall remain suspended within that area until otherwise directed by the Contract
Administrator in writing, in accordance with the General Conditions and Supplementary
General Conditions.

.6 The Contractor shall provide access to the NCC archeologist to observe any
archeological find.

.7 Any delay in the completion of the Contract that is caused by such a suspension of Work
shall be considered in accordance with General Conditions and Supplementary General
Conditions.

.8 The Contractor shall take all reasonable action to minimize additional costs that may
accrue as a result of any work stoppage.

1.9 REPLACEMENT PARKING

.1 The Contractor is made aware that the Owner will compensate PWGSC for parking
spaces eliminated as part of the construction works at Site 6 that are identified on the
Contract Drawings. The Contractor is not permitted to freely occupy PWGSC parking
spaces unless specifically identified on the Contract Drawings. Locations of alternate
parking will be determined by PWGSC. Refer to Section 01117 for additional details on
parking restrictions at Site 6.

1.10 STORAGE AND PROTECTION OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT

.1 Protect materials and equipment after unloading, from weather, dust, dirt and moisture,
both before and after erection and placing. Observe manufacturer's written instructions
for temporary storage.

.2 Provide manufacturer's written instructions for the storing of equipment during the
construction period, well in advance of equipment delivery.

.3 Store specialty items to ensure protection from damage to materials or finish.

.4 Store materials subject to water absorption off the ground. Protect materials from other
damage due to environmental conditions using waterproof covers.

.5 As work proceeds and upon completion, promptly clean up and remove from site surplus
materials resulting from foregoing work.

.6 Storage of materials and equipment is not allowed within operational sewers. Material
and tools left within operational sewers shall be moved to the designated storage location
at the end of the working day.

.7 The electrical, communication, instrumentation and control products and equipment with
the bearings shall be stored at minimum 15 degree C.
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1.11 PROTECTION OF EXISTING STRUCTURES AND PROPERTY

.1 The Contractor will be held fully responsible by the City for any damage to utilities,
properties, buildings, homes or structures adjacent to or in the general area of the work,
through settlement of ground, vibration or shock resulting from any cause relating to the
work carried out under this Contract. Make good and repair such damage at own
expense.

.2 Refer to Section 01119 Preservation and Protection

1.12 DAMAGE BY VEHICLES AND OTHER EQUIPMENT

.1 If at any time, in the opinion of the Contract Administrator, damage is being or is likely
to be done to any road, highway, improvements or property therein, other than such
portions as are part of the work, by the Contractor's vehicles or other equipment whether
licensed or unlicensed, the Contractor shall, on the direction of the Contract
Administrator and at the Contractor's own expense, make changes in or substitutions for
such vehicles or other equipment or shall alter loadings or shall in some manner remove
the cause.

1.13 PROPERTY OWNERS LETTER OF RELEASE

.1 The Contractor will be required, when instructed by the Contract Administrator, to


provide a letter from the Owner and/or Owners of property adjacent to the work or on
which the work was constructed, clearly stating that the reinstatement work carried out
by the Contractor has been completed satisfactorily.

.2 This letter of release will only be required where damage has been caused to private
property or where work takes place on private property or easements.

1.14 UTILITY OWNERS LETTER OF RELEASE

.1 The Contractor will be required, when instructed by the Contract Administrator, to


provide a letter from the owners of utilities stating that all services damaged during
construction of the work have been satisfactorily repaired.

1.15 INCLEMENT WEATHER

.1 Make adequate protection and take all necessary precautions at times of inclement
weather. Refer to Section 01117 Construction Sequences for flow management and
other construction constraints.

.2 Inclement weather or extra work caused by such weather will not be accepted as reason
for additional payment or an extension to the time of completion.

1.16 SNOW REMOVAL

.1 The Contractor shall be responsible for snow and ice removal in the designated
construction area and related access roads as well as Contractors staging and storage
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areas at its own cost. The Contractor will not be permitted to dump or store snow outside
of the designated staging area. No storage or dumping of snow is permitted in staging
area at Site 6.

.2 Snow plowing shall be under the direction of the Contract Administrator and shall not
block the access road or public roadway.

.3 Where the Contractors work affects or impedes local snow clearing, the Contractor shall
be responsible for clearing and removal or making necessary accommodations to allow
City or private snow clearing and removal.

.4 Snow clearing of Pit Road and Confederation Pit parking lot at Site 6 to be performed by
PWGSC.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION

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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCES
AND CONSTRAINTS
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Part 1 General

1.1 GENERAL

.1 The Work is to be completed in the time stated in Section 00400 - Form of Tender and
Section 00200 instructions to Tenderers. In this regard, the Contractor is responsible
for scheduling the sequence of work.

.2 This Section includes mandatory construction constraints and references to conceptual


sequence of construction for select sites in the Contract Drawings that will satisfy the
mandatory constraints required in the execution of the Work, including existing sewer
flow details and general flow requirements.

.3 The conceptual construction sequences referred to herein are general in nature and
illustrate the design intent with respect to execution of the Work. The Contractor shall
prepare and submit a proposed sequence of construction for review by the City and
Engineer. This review will serve to satisfy the City and Engineer that all mandatory
construction constraints have been properly addressed by the Contractor in the proposed
sequence of construction but shall in no way relieve the Contractor of complete
responsibility for execution of the Work in accordance with the requirements of the
Contract Documents. The descriptions of construction activities as outlined in this
Section and in the Contract Drawings are not intended to be comprehensive or all-
inclusive. Many other construction activities and work components, although not
specifically noted in this Section or in the Contract Drawings, are integral parts of the
Work and shall be scheduled and completed by Contractor in accordance with the
Contract Documents.

.4 The Contractor shall plan to perform the work activities in such a sequence that does not
interrupt the continuous operation of the existing sewers and other facilities at any time
during the construction period.

.5 Unless noted otherwise, the City and Engineer reserve the right to review and revise the
Contractors schedule and the sequence of construction to comply with the operational
constraints defined in this section without additional cost to the Contract. Refer to
Section 01015 Attachment A for additional information on specific property parcels
being acquired by the City for this project.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS

.1 Section 00200 Instructions to Tenderers

.2 Section 00400 Form of Tender

.3 Section 01015 Contractors Use of Premises

.4 Section 01050 - Coordination

.5 Section 01060 - Regulatory Requirements


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.6 Section 01330 Submittal Procedures

.7 Section 01353 Special Procedures: Traffic Control

.8 Section 01561 Environmental Protection

.9 Section 01705 - Contract Work Health and Safety Clauses

.10 Section 02150 - Excavation Support System

1.3 SUBMITTALS

.1 Submit within two (2) weeks of contract award a detailed sequence of work that meets
the requirements of Section 01330 Submittal Procedures.

.2 Flow management constraints for managing live wastewater flow during dry and wet
weather events are described in this Section. Conceptual flow control methods outlined
in the Contract Drawings are suggested only and were developed to minimize the bypass
pumping requirements given the flows that can be anticipated. The Contractor may
present other options based on their own experience.

.3 Following award of the contract, the Contractor shall develop a conceptual design of its
Flow Management Plan for each site in coordination with the requirements of the Citys
Environmental Services Division (ESD), Wastewater Collection group. After the
conceptual design is verified by ESD, the Contractor shall submit its own method of flow
diversion and control in a Flow Management Plan, and the related shop drawings subject
to performance criteria for the Engineers review and acceptance a minimum of three (3)
weeks prior to commencing the Work. The Contractor is ultimately responsible for
developing their own Flow Management Plans and shall not rely on the conceptual flow
control methods illustrated in the Contract Drawings as the basis for their bid or flow
management plan.
1. The flow management plan at each site shall include the following as a
minimum:
.1 Description of flow management strategy at each site
.2 Estimated peak flow at each site
.3 Detailed procedures for handling the flow
.4 Discharge points of the bypass flow
.5 Drawings to show the locations of the plug and/or dams to block the
flow and locations of the pumping and piping
.6 List of the major equipment including the size of the pumps and piping
.7 Schedule for flow bypassing and management at each site
2. The Flow Management Plan shall also include alternative flow management
methods for each site in the event that the primary method fails.
3. Flow management shall conform to City of Ottawa Standard F-4105 and as
outlined herein.
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4. In addition to a Flow Management Plan, an Emergency Response/Escalation,


Contingency and Risk Mitigation plan shall be provided in order to respond to
any potential emergency (i.e. temporary dam failure, pump failure or poor pipe
condition). The plan shall include all requirements listed in Section 01561
Environmental Protection.
5. The Contractors Flow Management Plan and Emergency Response/Escalation,
Contingency and Risk Mitigation plan shall be signed and sealed by a
Professional Engineer licensed in Ontario and include all associated calculations.
Shop drawings shall also be provided by the Contractor for the Engineers
review for any temporary dams, diversion structures or other temporary
measures employed for management of flows during construction. Submit the
plans to the NCC and PWGSC through the Contract Administrator. Submit all
spill and emergency reports to the City immediately.
6. Meetings will be required for the Contractor to review the bypass flow
management plans (for each site) and sequence of construction with the
Engineer, City Project Manager and Environmental Services Department (ESD)
staff prior to implementation. Resubmittal of the plans shall be completed within
seven (7) working days following the meeting. The number of meetings required
will depend on the Contractors proposed flow management plan and on a site by
site basis. Bypass of flow and associated construction activities may not
commence until approval is received from the City.
7. The Contractor shall complete and submit a Flow Management Plan Form F-
1007 to ESD. Ongoing flow management work plan updates must be submitted
on a regular basis as detailed in this Section.

1.4 COORDINATION

.1 It is noted that the proposed Works must be performed so as not to interfere with or
cause any un-scheduled interruption of operation of the existing components of the sewer
and regulator operation at all sites, and must not cause overflows to the Ottawa River
that would classify as spills, except as described herein.

.2 Coordinate the requirements of this Section with the other requirements of the Contract
Documents.

.3 Coordinate with the Ottawa Light Rail Transit (OLRT) through the City of Ottawas Rail
Implementation office and the Contract Administrator to ensure no impact of this
contract work on OLRTs construction operations.

.4 Refer to Section 01050 - Coordination for other coordination requirements.

.5 The existing sewer network facility operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. In the
event of conflict between construction operations and routine regulator/sewer operations,
all regulator/sewer operations have priority. Take every precaution to avoid interfering
with routine regulator/sewer operation and maintenance. Reschedule construction
activities, if required, without change to the contract price. Access to all existing
infrastructure by City forces shall be maintained at all times.
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.6 Meetings shall be held bi-weekly to be attended by the Contractors senior site


personnel, the Engineer and as required the Citys representative to review the detailed
work plan for the following 14 calendar days. The Contractor must identify and present
to ESD staff any work activities that may impact the operation and maintenance
activities of the regulator/sewer for the following 14 calendar days. The Contractor shall
submit to the Engineer a detailed work plan listing work activities for the next 14
calendar days at each meeting.

.7 Do not block or modify sewer lines, open or close valves, or take other action which
would affect the operation of existing systems (i.e. flow management), except as
specifically required by the Contract Documents and only after the prior authorization of
ESD and the Engineer has been obtained.

.8 Shutdown/modification of existing facilities and tie-ins:

1. The Owner will limit the duration of shutdowns of important or critical systems.
Stated durations are the total time period between when the system is made
available to the Contractor and when it is ready for return to service. If the
Contractor cannot complete the Work within the allowed time, the Contractor
shall immediately request an extension from the Owner. If the Owner does not
approve the requested extension, the Contractor shall complete the Work or return
the system to operable condition. The Owner will complete the Work if the
Contractor does not return the system to operable condition as directed. The
Contractor is responsible for extra costs or damages incurred by the Contractor or
the Owner to meet these requirements.

2. The Contractor acknowledges that any operation impacting the flow of the
existing sewers, regulators or wastewater flow in any way, referred to hereinafter
as a shutdown, shall require observation, approval or monitoring by the City of
Ottawa ESD Operations Staff as outlined in the Ontario Water Resources Act and
associated regulations. The Contractor shall provide the Contract Administrator a
minimum 72 hour notification for requiring ESD staff onsite.

3. When the Contractor requires a part of the sewer/regulator system shutdown for
execution of construction activities (i.e. changes to flow directions in sewers,
sewer isolation, slide gate movement, regulator control/power/communication
interruption, etc.), a formal shutdown request must be made in writing to the
Contract Administrator at least 72 hours (excluding Saturday, Sunday, and legal
holidays) in advance of the requested shutdown date. The shutdown request shall
describe in detail the proposed method, and the procedures proposed to
accomplish each portion of the Work that requires an interruption to the
operation of the existing facility. The Contractor shall not begin any such work
until it has received written acceptance of the methodology and approach from
the Engineer. The Contractor shall include in its plan the specific number of
days to complete each facility interruption.

4. With each formal shutdown request and within the Flow Management Plan, the
Contractor shall include the following:
.1 Designate the equipment or system that will be affected or removed from
service. Describe the Work to be undertaken. Identify the portion of the
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system that will be isolated, dewatered, decommissioned, de-energized,


depressurized or drained.
.2 List the labour, equipment, materials, tools, utilities and incidental items
to be used.
.3 Indicate measures to prevent odour, stormwater pollution, discharge of
wastewater or disruption of treatment processes.
.4 Indicate unwatering methods and means for disposal of leakage water.
.5 Provide details for bulkheads, cofferdams, and isolation devices.
.6 Provide details for pumping equipment or other bypass equipment.
.7 Describe safety precautions and equipment.
.8 Describe the recovery plan if the shutdown cannot be completed as
planned.
.9 List activities to be done by the Owner.
.10 Indicate the time estimated to complete the shutdown.

5. The Contractor participating in the planning and execution of the shutdown shall
coordinate with ESD on the planning of the shutdown activity. The Contractor and
ESD shall work together to establish a shutdown specific energy and equipment
lockout strategy that is required for each shutdown of existing facilities and/or all
work that includes the Contractors work to connect new facilities to the existing
plant facilities. The City is not obliged to provide the shutdown within the 72 hour
period if the effectiveness of the regulator/sewer operations could be
compromised. The City will not unreasonably delay or refuse to make the
regulator/sewer processes or systems available for the Contractors construction
activities. A delay or refusal shall be based on the Citys opinion that the
performance of the regulator/sewer will be compromised or until resources are
available.

6. At each location where tie-in is required, the Contractor shall provide a complete
system of temporary works including bulkheads, pumps, power, equipment,
watertight separations and labour as necessary to maintain regulator/sewer
flow/operations as identified in 1.5and to allow for construction of the new
structures.

7. All temporary equipment, tools, materials, labour, and miscellaneous equipment


must be scheduled and physically present at the Site in advance of any shutdowns.

8. The City reserves the right to cancel any scheduled shutdown if regulator/sewer or
weather conditions dictate, at no additional cost to the City. The Contractor will be
provided with written notification of any such cancellation.

9. Prior to making major tie-ins to existing regulators/sewers and structures,


demonstrate that the equipment installed in all new structures is fully functional.
Connections to existing works will not be permitted until all equipment in the new
adjacent works operates to the satisfaction of Engineer. No claim for delay will be
entertained due to unsatisfactory operation of any equipment.
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.9 Services Provided By the Contractor

1. During the construction, the Contractor shall provide and maintain all necessary
labour, material and equipment required for flow management at each site
including pumping, piping, valves , generator, power, diversion, bulkheads and
fuel etc. that ensure the flow does not interfere with the construction operations,
system operations, no overflows to the Ottawa River that would classify as a spill,
no flow backup leading to surcharge to the existing gravity pipes and no damage
to the existing facilities and grounds.

2. In case of bypass pump failure, the backup pump shall be provided within one
hour of the pump failure, and be of the same or greater capacity.

3. The Contractor shall also provide the required temporary construction, drainage,
grading, sedimentation and erosion control measures for the construction area.

4. Any and all costs related to cleanup or damage resulting from not maintaining the
flow management constraints and causing spills or flow backup will be the
Contractors responsibility.

.10 Operations Provided By City of Ottawa Environmental Services Department (ESD)


Operation Staff:

1. Opening and closing of existing valves and gates in existing regulators/facilities


will be undertaken by ESD as outlined in the Ontario Water Resources Act and
associated regulations. ESD and the Contractor will double lock out
actuators/gates following each major flow re-direction to ensure worker safety.

2. ESD will be required to be onsite during all major shutdowns to observe and
monitor the Contractors works.

.11 In the event any existing facility asset is damaged, the mode of operation is changed, or
there is a risk of actual regulator/sewer upset due to the Contractors work activity, the
Contractor shall stop work immediately, contact the City ESD representative, report the
incident to the Engineer, and make the Contractors on-site resources available at the
request and direction of the Engineer at no extra cost to the project to mitigate any
damage.

.12 If during the execution of the Contractors work ESD or the Engineer observes
conditions that will result in imminent danger to any worker, ESD or the Engineer may
exercise their right to shut down the Contractors work activity until it is determined to
be safe to resume work and the observed risks are under control.

.13 Contractor shall supply and maintain all appropriate and necessary equipment for
confined space entry operations in accordance with applicable regulations.

.14 The Contractor shall coordinate confined space entry operations where multiple parties
are involved in accordance with O.Reg. 632/05.
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1.5 FLOW MANAGEMENT CONSTRAINTS

.1 For the Works, the incoming combined wastewater flow must be bypassed or managed to
complete the Work at several sites. Constraints for flow management are outlined herein.
The Contractor is responsible for submitting detailed flow management plans for each
site at least three (3) weeks prior to commencement of the Work.

.2 Flow Conditions: Each sewer requiring flow management during construction is a


combined sewer, with the exception of the Kent Street Storm Sewer and some smaller
sanitary connections, and will see large flow increases during wet weather. Peak
anticipated dry weather and wet weather flows for each site are provided below along
with specific operational constraints which must be managed by the Contractor.

.3 The Contractor shall make reasonable effort to schedule as much of the Work as possible
during dry weather conditions.

.4 Conceptual Flow Management Sequences: Conceptual flow management sequences are


presented in Flow Management Plan drawings in the Contract Drawings for select sites
(Site 3a, Site 5a, Site 6 and Site 9), although the Contractor is fully responsible for
developing flow managements plans to meet the constraints identified herein. These
Flow Management Plan drawings also identify specific flow management constraints for
their respective site, in addition to those constraints listed herein.
1. The conceptual flow management sequences identified in the Flow Management
Plan drawings are conceptual only. The Contractor shall develop their own
methods of managing flow, but must meet the minimum performance
requirements and constraints identified below and on the Contract Drawings.
2. The conceptual flow management sequences described in the Flow Management
Plan drawings are based on the Engineer's knowledge of the design components
of the Project and not on experience in the construction of such work. The
Engineer assumes no responsibility for the time required to construct the Work
following the suggested sequence of construction.
3. The conceptual flow management sequences described in the Flow Management
Plan drawings are not all inclusive and only cover the major components of the
Construction Work with respect to managing combined wastewater, wastewater
and stormwater flows to accommodate construction of the Works.
4. The Contractor shall submit a proposed sequence of construction, including the
Contractors flow management plan as outlined in 1.3.3 to the Engineer for
review. Such review shall in no way make the Engineer responsible for the time
or costs required to construct the Work following the Contractor's sequence of
construction.
5. Perform the Work continuously and expeditiously as required to minimize
interruption of the City's operations. Overtime due to Contractors or
subcontractors workforce is to be at the Contractors expense.

.5 General: No flow at any point shall be diverted into the EWT or NST unless all
chambers, sewers, tunnels or other works are fully constructed, instrumentation and
controls are commissioned and operational, and capable of accepting and releasing such
flow as intended without issue.
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.6 The Contractor shall not allow any chunks of concrete or other debris from falling into
the sewer lines during construction. The Contractor is responsible for any damage caused
downstream to City facilities and cleaning of all debris.

.7 The Contractor shall not divert any combined wastewater flow towards the Ottawa River
under any circumstances. Refer to the Contract Drawings and coordinate with the
Engineer to identify which sewers bypass the sites and may lead to the Ottawa River.

.8 No sewer section, or component of flow conveyance, shall be removed until the


Contractor demonstrates that the flow management system has operated continuously
and has met the requirements of the Contract for five (5) days.

.9 Site 1a:
1. Booth Street Overflow: Wet Weather Flow (WWF) = up to 11,000L/s
2. The Booth Street Overflow sewer receives combined sewage during wet weather
events from the upstream Booth and Booth-Wellington Regulators. The
proposed works involve removal of concrete within the sump in the EWT Inlet
Chamber and pipe from the Booth Street Regulator Chamber to the EWT Inlet
Chamber to provide a flow path to the new EWT.
.1 This Work shall not be completed until the EWT has been fully
commissioned and placed into service.
.2 The Work may only be completed during dry periods. When rainfall is
forecast and at the end of each working day, all tools, equipment and
loose materials are to be removed from the work area and the flow path
is to be maintained.
.3 Coordinate with ESD to ensure gates GV01 and GV02 in the Booth
Street Regulator Chamber are open during the Works; if these gates
close, flow is likely to enter the work zone and all construction material
must be removed immediately. GV01 and GV02 must be locked
out/tagged out prior to the Contractor entering the work zone.

.10 Site 1b:


1. The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
.11 Site 2:
1. The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
.12 Site 3a:
1. Rideau Canal Interceptor (RCI) Flow at Site 3a/b: Dry Weather Flow (DWF) =
up to 390L/s; WWF = up to 15,000L/s; 6.0m maximum head.
2. A conceptual flow management sequences is provided for this site in the
Contract Drawings.
3. The RCI diversion/drop at Site 3a is ultimately intended to capture and divert
CSO to the EWT via an inline modulation gate and a side weir when the flow
rate in the RCI exceeds the capture rate of the existing Rideau Canal RTC
regulator (Site 3b) downstream.
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4. Coordinate with City ESD to ensure the existing isolation gate at the Rideau
Canal Regulator is set and locked to the 100% open position while the RCI is
exposed at Site 3a for the duration of construction.
5. Complete all removal, wall construction and associated chamber works around
the RCI in Site 3a and 3b without impeding sewer flows, and maintain existing
flows at all times.
6. The Contractor shall maintain the existing sewer flow path, free of debris,
obstructions, sharp bends and interferences at all times.
7. The Contractor shall ensure that when rainfall is forecast and at the end of each
working day, all tools, equipment and loose materials within flow are removed
from the work area and the flow path is maintained.
8. The Contractor shall not divert any flow from the RCI or other local sewers into
the CSST at this site.

.13 Site 3b:


1. Rideau Canal Interceptor (RCI) Flow at Site 3a/b: DWF = up to 390L/s; WWF =
up to 15,000L/s
2. The Works at this site are limited to construction of a concrete wall and removal
of the two (2) modulation gate actuators and associated electrical and
communication equipment within the existing Rideau Canal Regulator chamber.
The two (2) modulation gates shall also be permanently fixed in the open
position. Complete all work during low flow conditions.
3. The Contractor shall maintain the existing sewer flow path, free of debris,
obstructions, sharp bends and interferences at all times.
.14 Site 3c:
1. The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
.15 Site 4:
1. The Contractor shall reroute 1200 mm dia storm sewer and 525 mm dia sanitary
sewer prior to commencing Work on the tunnel shaft.
2. Storm sewer theoretical capacity = 3,000 L/s; sanitary sewer theoretical capacity
= 318 L/s.
3. The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
.16 Site 5:
1. IOS (Site 5a):
.1 Interceptor Outfall Sewer (IOS) Flow: DWF = up to 2,800L/s; WWF =
up to 8,500L/s; DWF Depth = 0.8-1.1m; 6.0m maximum head.
.2 A conceptual flow management sequences is provided for this site in the
Contract Drawings.
.3 The new IOS connection chamber is intended to connect the new EWT
from the new EWT Outlet Chamber to the IOS. Flows to this junction
structure will ultimately be controlled by a dual gate system within the
EWT Outlet Chamber upon CSST completion. Complete all construction
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on the IOS connection chamber without impeding IOS flows and


maintain existing IOS flows at all times. Bypass pumping is not
considered feasible at this location.
.4 The Contractor shall not divert flow from the IOS or other local sewers
into the CSST at this site. The contractor shall plan the implementation
of the flow management measure with the Citys operation group to
assess whether it may be possible to partially control/mitigate flows at
the chamber site through real time control along the system to facilitate
the installation.
.5 Monitor upstream IOS water levels closely through City ESD and
connect to IOS during low flow conditions only. Do not connect to the
IOS when rainfall is predicted. The above noted DWF depth is the
minimum anticipated at all times, so the Contractor shall manage flows
entering the work zone to avoid sewage spills. Ensure removed pipe
sections or debris from pipe sections do not enter the flow channel.
.6 At the end of each working day, all tools, equipment and loose materials
are to be removed from the work area and the flow path is to be
maintained.
.7 The Contractor shall minimize the time that sewage is exposed to the
atmosphere when connecting to the IOS.
2. RRC Overflow (Site 5c):
.1 Rideau River Collector (RRC) Flow: DWF = up to 1,300L/s; WWF = up
to 6,000L/s; DWF Depth = 0.3-0.5m
.2 Rideau River Collector (RRC) Overflow Flow: DWF = 0 L/s; WWF =
up to 6,000L/s
.3 No work on the RRC is anticipated as part of this project; however the
RRC Sump Chamber will be constructed on the RRC Overflow Sewer,
which is typically dry during dry weather flow conditions.
.4 The 2100 mm dia. RRC Overflow sewer receives combined sewage
during wet weather events from the upstream Keefer Regulator.
Complete the removal and construction of new chamber without
impeding overflows within this sewer as there is a risk of upstream
basement flooding should adequate conveyance capacity not be
provided.
.5 Coordinate with City ESD to keep the Keefer RTC Regulator
modulation and isolation gates in the fully open position to reduce the
likelihood of an overflow during work on the RRC Overflow.
.6 The Contractor shall maintain a flow path, free of debris, obstructions,
sharp bends and interferences when not onsite or during wet weather
flow conditions.
.7 The Contractor shall ensure that when rainfall is forecast and at the end
of each working day, all tools, equipment and loose materials are
removed from the work area and the flow path is maintained.
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.8 The contractor shall plan the Work at this site with the Citys operation
group to assess whether it may be possible to partially control/mitigate
overflows at the chamber site through real time control along the system.
.9 The Contractor shall not divert any flow from the RRC Overflow Sewer
or other local sewers into the CSST at this site.
3. Local Sewers at Site 5c (Queen Victoria Street at River Lane):
.1 The following existing sewers will be impacted during the excavation
and construction of the Site 5c chamber:
.1 300 mm sanitary sewer on River Lane with theoretical capacity
of 32 L/s
.2 300 mm sanitary sewer strapped inside 2100 mm RRC Overflow
Sewer along River Lane with theoretical capacity of 54 L/s
.3 250 mm sanitary sewer on Queen Victoria Street, north of River
Lane with estimated flow based on number of houses of 1.5 L/s.
.4 250 mm sanitary sewer on Queen Victoria Street, south of River
Lane with estimated flow based on number of houses of 1.5 L/s.
.5 300 mm storm sewer on Queen Victoria Street with theoretical
capacity of 63 L/s.
.2 Contractor to maintain flow in all impacted sewers by diverting, sleeving
or pumping.
.17 Site 6:
1. Kent Street Storm Sewer:
.1 Kent Street Storm Sewer Theoretical Capacity = 13,600 L/s and may
flow at full capacity, being a storm sewer outfall. Very low flow during
dry weather flow conditions, but constant low flow to be expected.
.2 A conceptual flow management sequences is provided for this site in the
Contract Drawings.
.3 The new storm outfall chamber at Site 6 will combine flows from the
NST overflow sewer and the 2400 mm Kent Street Storm Sewer.
.4 Contractor shall manage flows entering the work zone with the use of
diversions and/or bypass pumping. It is expected that management of
flows will only be appropriate during dry weather flow and other low
flow conditions.
.5 The Contractor shall anticipate that construction of the storm outfall
sewer, headwall and supporting structure including micropiles and
chamber will be constructed in the water and that bypass pumping will
not be feasible.
.6 The Contractor shall maintain a flow path, free of debris, obstructions,
sharp bends and interferences when not onsite or during wet weather
flow conditions.
.7 The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
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.8 The Contractor shall ensure that when rainfall is forecast and at the end
of each working day, all tools, equipment and loose materials are
removed from the work area and the flow path is maintained.
2. Kent Street Combined Sewage Overflow Sewer:
.1 Kent Street Combined Sewage Overflow Sewer Theoretical Capacity =
2,000 L/s. It is typically dry or very low flow during dry weather flow
conditions.
.2 The Kent Street Combined Sewage Overflow Sewer receives combined
sewage during wet weather events from the upstream Regulator.
.3 The existing 275 mm diameter drop pipe is to be abandoned and the 300
mm diameter pull-back sanitary sewer is to be decommissioned.
Regulator chamber is to be rebenched afterward. Complete the work
without impeding overflows within this sewer.
.4 The 600 mm and 1200 mm overflow sewers downstream of the proposed
2400 mm combined sewage overflow maintenance hole are to be
removed or abandoned as per the Contract Drawings. Complete the
removal and construction of the new 2400 mm combined sewage
overflow maintenance hole without impeding overflows within this
sewer.
.5 The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
.6 The Contractor shall ensure that when rainfall is forecast and at the end
of each working day, all tools, equipment and loose materials are
removed from the work area and the flow path is maintained.
.7 The Contractor shall minimize the amount of time that sewage is
exposed to the atmosphere when connecting to the existing sewer.

.18 Site 8:
1. The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.
.19 Site 9:
1. 1800mm diameter Catherine Street Sewer Flow: DWF = up to 100L/s; WWF =
up to 5,700L/s.
2. A conceptual flow management sequences is provided for this site in the
Contract Drawings.
3. The Overflow Chamber at Site 9 is ultimately intended to capture and divert
excess combined sewage from the Catherine Street Sewer to the NST via a
stoplog side weir.
4. Complete all removal, wall construction and associated chamber works around
the Catherine Street Sewer without impeding sewer flows, and maintain existing
flows at all times.
5. The Contractor shall not divert flow from the Catherine Street Sewer or other
local sewers into the CSST at this site.
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6. The Contractor shall maintain the existing sewer flow path, free of debris,
obstructions, sharp bends and interferences at all times.
7. The Contractor shall ensure that when rainfall is forecast and at the end of each
working day, all tools, equipment and loose materials within flow are removed
from the work area and the flow path is maintained.

.20 Site 10:


1. The Contractor shall not divert any flow into the CSST at this site.

1.6 OTHER CONSTRUCTION CONSTRAINTS

.1 The air duct for the odour control facility at Site 1b is to pass above the OLRT near the
tunnel portal. Under no circumstances will the Contractor be permitted to modify or
disturb or interrupt construction or operations of the OLRT tunnel during construction of
the duct.
1. The Contractor shall ensure the OLRT crossing is constructed as shown in the
Contract Drawings.
2. The Contractor shall include all associated costs with maintaining OLRT
operations for the duration of construction in their Tender Price.
3. Should the OLRT be compromised such that it prevents or affects tunnel
operation in any way, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer and the City
immediately and will be responsible for all costs associated with immediate
repair and associated commissioning and startup time of the OLRT system.

.2 Depending on the selected construction sequence, construction of some CSST Works


could potentially take place concurrently or within a 6 month time period of OLRT
construction completion. This includes tunneling beneath and adjacent to portions of the
OLRT tunnel that have been recently lined with concrete liner, which may affect
groundwater levels during CSST construction or may reduce rock stability in the area.
This time period may change if the schedule of OLRT construction or CSST construction
changes. The Contractor shall consider this possibility as a risk to CSST construction.
Schedule constraints imposed in 1.9 (Schedule Constraints) are in place, in part, to
reduce this risk

.3 The Contractor shall coordinate the relocation of the existing Rogers/Allstream plant at
Site 2 with Rogers (contact Graeme Juhasz 613-898-5684) and Allstream (contact Al
Robidoux 613-799-8397 or John Steele 613-790-1974).
1. The Contractor shall schedule a meeting with Rogers and Allstream prior to
construction or any work in the vicinity.
2. The Contractor shall excavate and expose the existing plant and coordinate
relocation by a Rogers and Allstream approved Contractor.
3. All costs associated with coordinating and completing the relocation is included
in the Tender Price and there shall be no claim for any delays associated with
scheduling or coordinating the work.
.4 Protect the Hydro Ottawa duct at Site 2 for the duration of construction.
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1. The Contractor shall contact Hydro Ottawa at 613-738-6418 or email


HOLSupervisions@hydroottawa.com to schedule a meeting with an Inspector
prior to construction.
2. The Contractor shall adhere to the Electrical Safety Authority Guideline for
Excavation in the Vicinity of Utility Lines.
3. When working in the vicinity of Hydro Ottawa ducts and structures, the
Contractor shall employ a Hydro Ottawa approved heavy civil contractor, and
protect and support the plant per Hydro Ottawa procedures, specifications and
details, including UDS0011, UDS0013 and UDS0022 available at
www.hydroottawa.com.
4. The Contractor shall include all associated costs with maintaining and protecting
the plant for the duration of construction in their Tender Price.
5. Should the ductbank be compromised, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer,
City, and Hydro Ottawa immediately. The Contractor will be responsible for all
costs associated with immediate repair.

.5 Protect and/or coordinate the relocation of the existing utility poles and overhead utilities
at Site 5c with Hydro Ottawa.
1. There are existing overhead Hydro, Bell and Rogers in the vicinity of Site 5C:
.1 Existing 4kV overhead wires on the North side of River Lane as well as
on the West side of Queen Victoria Ave North of River Lane.
.2 Existing 120/240V overhead wires on the West side of Queen Victoria
St North of River Lane.
2. The Contractor shall ensure that no personnel or equipment encroaches within
three meters (3.0m) of the Hydro Ottawa overhead medium voltage distribution
lines, unless approved by Hydro Ottawa.
3. The Contractor shall contact Hydro Ottawa prior to commencing work when
proposing to work within 3.0m of Hydro Ottawa distribution lines. No such
work shall commence without approval of Hydro Ottawa.
4. If relocation the poles or raising the wires is required, the Contractor must
contact Hydro Ottawa well in advance of when the relocation is required.
5. To accommodate construction on the west side of River Lane (Site 5c), the Bell
and Rogers overhead utilities can be raised approximately 2 feet at the center of
the road. The Contractor shall coordinate this work with Rogers (contact Graeme
Juhasz 613-898-5684) and Bell (contact Richard Miceli 613-299-6554).
6. The Contractor shall include all associated costs with maintaining, protecting
and relocating existing utilities in their Tender Price and there shall be no claim
for any delays associated with scheduling or coordinating the work.
.6 The Contractor shall coordinate the relocation of the existing gas main at Site 2 and Site
9 with Enbridge.
1. The Contractor shall contact Ademidayo Adesiyun at 613-748-6760 to schedule
a meeting prior to construction or any work in the vicinity.
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2. The Contractor shall provide Enbridge with a minimum notice of 5 business days
prior to relocation. Relocation of the gas main to be completed by Enbridge and
its contractor Aecon.
3. The Contractor shall include all costs associated with coordinating the relocation
in their Tender Price and shall not claim for any delays associated with
scheduling the work or allowing Enbridge and its contractor access to the sites.

.7 Protect the Hydro One duct at Site 3A adjacent to the odour control facility for the
duration of construction. Under no circumstances will the Contractor be permitted to
modify or disturb this ductbank during construction.
1. The Contractor shall support the ductbank when crossing it as per the typical
utility support detail shown in the Contract Drawings.
2. The Contractor shall design the shoring system and plan the excavation methods
for the new works to accommodate this ductbank at all times. The shoring design
shall be submitted to the Engineer for review as per Section 02150 Excavation
Support System. This may include but not be limited to the installation of
engineered shoring parallel to the ductbank to allow for odour control facility
construction.
3. The Contractor shall include all associated costs with maintaining this ductbank
in operation for the duration of construction in their Tender Price.
4. Should the ductbank be compromised, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer,
City, and Hydro One immediately. The Contractor will be responsible for all
costs associated with immediate repair, re-wiring of duct.
.8 At Site 5, the Contractor shall maintain an access road through the construction staging
area, as identified on the Contract Drawings, and allow access for City of Ottawa
Operations staff and vehicles to access the Rideau River to facilitate ice management
works. Contractor shall coordinate access with City Operations staff regarding site
specific health and safety requirements, designated access routes and communication
protocols.
.9 Work in Hazardous Areas and Confined Space: refer to Section 01705 - Contract Work
Health and Safety Clauses. Coordinate confined space entry operations where multiple
parties are involved according to O.Reg. 632/05.
.10 The Contractor shall locate the IOS at Site 5, as per the requirements outlined in Section
01720, prior to commencement of NST tunneling works.
.11 Trucking route to Site 5 must be via Sussex Drive and trucks must leave Site 5 via St.
Patrick Street. Vanier Parkway is not a permitted trucking route.

1.7 CONSTRUCTION CONSTRAINTS INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL


.1 Control system programming and demonstration of control program functionality will be
by others outside of the contract, however, the contractor shall provide on-site staff and
sub-trades, to assist with troubleshooting all installed works during the site acceptance
testing (SAT) of the control program and during control program testing and
commissioning of the new and upgraded systems.
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1. The contractor shall carefully co-ordinate the work of this contract with the work
of the control system programmer, to complete construction while meeting the
construction timing restrictions detailed herein.
2. The contractor will allow for thirty (30) working days (non-consecutive, at each
individual work site), within their project schedule and provide support to the
Owners during this duration for their programming activities. This time does not
include the contractors requirements for the completion of their own testing and
commissioning activities as outlined within this specification.

.2 Construction must proceed while existing sites remains online and operational at all
times.
1. Any control system shutdowns shall be in strict accordance with the Contractors
schedule and shall be carefully coordinated with the Engineer and Operating
personnel to avoid placing the Owner in a position of increased Risk of
Overflow.
2. The Contractor shall so arrange the timing of, and the method by which he
carries out the Works so as not to affect the operation of the existing facility.
The work will be carried out to accommodate the Owners continued access for
operating and maintenance of the facility during installation.

.3 The Contractor is advised that there will be more than one occasion in the construction
sequence where control program modifications by the Owner will be required to
continue to the next step in the sequence.
1. In addition to the notification procedures and timelines identified herein, the
Contractor shall allow for sufficient and reasonable time in the construction
schedule for necessary control modifications to be developed, uploaded and
tested. No additional payment shall be made for delays associated with control
programming changes which are within the schedule once it has been reviewed
and approved by the Engineer and Owner.
2. The Contractor shall provide at least fifteen (15) working days notice, in writing,
to the Engineer and Owner when control programming modifications required to
complete construction are required. The Contractor shall identify the proposed
date and time, and specific control programming step required in the written
notification.

.4 The Contractor shall schedule his work and conform with the intent of the following
requirements, and ample allowance shall be made in the schedule to comply therewith.
The following is not intended to imply the Contractor must carry out the work in the
exact manner indicated but is intended to indicate the restrictions that shall be imposed
on construction work sequence. Circumstances may arise during construction that will
change this suggested sequence. The Contractor is also referred to the contract drawings
for further information on construction sequencing.

.5 Suggested construction sequence:


1. Submit required schedule and shop drawings for review.
2. Obtain an approved schedule and shop drawings and purchase all materials
required to complete the project.
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3. Assemble O&M materials.


4. Schedule and co-ordinate vendor training to suit timing installation and
commissioning of new elements.
5. Perform construction works at all new and existing sites.
6. For all new sites:
.1 Install power feed to all control panels and UPS systems.
.2 Install, test and commission telephone, Rogers fibre and private Ethernet
communications systems.
.3 Install, terminate and test all monitoring and control points.
.4 Contractor to complete their own site acceptance testing, rectifying any
issues found.
.5 Contractor to repeat their own site acceptance testing in presence of the
Engineer and/or the City.
.6 Owner will load new control programs into RPU.
.7 Site acceptance testing (SAT) of all points connected to the RPU, in
presence of City operation staff and SCADA programmers.
.8 Confirm operation.
7. For Existing Site 1a (Booth-Wellington Regulator)
.1 Contractor to migrate existing SCADAPack controller (RPU) to new
ControlLogix controller (RPU).
.2 Shutdown existing SCADApack RPU. Maintain power and control to
existing backup float controls, alarms and alarm autodialer.
.3 Install new ControlLogix based RPU.
.4 Install, terminate and test all existing monitoring and control points to
new ControlLogix based RPU via existing field terminals.
.5 Install, terminate and test all new monitoring and control points to new
ControlLogix based RPU via new field terminals.
.6 Contractor to complete their own site acceptance testing, rectifying any
issues found.
.7 Contractor to repeat their own site acceptance testing in presence of the
Engineer and/or the City.
.8 Owner will load new control programs into new ControlLogix based
RPU.
.9 Site acceptance testing (SAT) of all points connected to the new
ControlLogix based RPU, in presence of City operation staff and
SCADA programmers.
.10 Confirm operation.
.11 Complete steps 1 to 10 within a maximum of five continuous working
days. Contractor to schedule work to have steps 1 to 3 completed within
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the first day. Complete steps 4-7 within the second day. City
programmers/staff will have a minimum of three days to steps 8 to 10.
8. Continuous Operational Trial (7-day) on the new control programs at all sites
(existing and new).

1.8 CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS AND CONSTRAINTS SITE 6 AND


OTHER PWGSC ACCOMODATIONS WITHIN THE ZONE OF INFLUENCE
(NORTH OF QUEEN STREET)
.1 General:
1. All work at Site 6 will be in accordance with the Plans listed in all specifications
submitted by the Contractor for review by PWGSC, which include but are not
limited to those summarized in the master submittal list provided in Section
01330. All plans are to be submitted at least twenty (20) working days prior to
the start of implementation of these plans. The Contract Administrator must
approve all of the Plans prior to their review by PWGSC. No activities at Site 6
shall commence prior to approval by PWGSC of the related Plans. All approved
Plans will be strictly enforced.
2. All work is subject to PWGSC approval in regard to Contractor employees and
vehicles access to grounds and the extent and particulars of construction
site/laydown area, fencing and hoarding. PWGSC requirements and area of
control include but are not limited to: physical security, personnel security
screening, health and safety, communiqus, hours of operation, traffic and
parking, coordination of activity, vehicle access, building access and
infrastructure access.
3. The Contractor must have a representative on site during all Contractor
operations who will coordinate with PWGSC and the public if required. This
representative must hold PWGSC Reliability Status Security Screening and be
bilingual (English & French).
4. Security Screening: Reliability Status Security Screening (Public Works and
Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is not currently required for Contractor
and all Sub-Contractor employees accessing the grounds north of Wellington
Street. It is possible that this clearance may become required for all employees
working on site in the future. Refer to Section 01060 Regulatory Requirements
for forms.
.1 Secret security clearance is required for all employee access to
buildings and tunnels at Site 6.A PWGSC escort is required for any
access to the tunnels in accordance with protocols for entering/exiting
through the Cliff Street Plant if no PWGSC health and safety course is
taken by that employee.
.2 All vehicles and drivers accessing the grounds north of Wellington
Street must have Authorization for Vehicle Access (Government of
Canada) as per Section 01060 Regulatory Requirements. Only
commercial vehicles are permitted on site; no personal vehicles are
permitted.
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5. The road network (such as Kent Street, Vittoria Street, Bank Street and Pit
Road) and the Confederation Pit parking lot were not designed nor constructed
for heavy vehicles, equipment, oversized vehicles and loads and commercial
vehicles. The Contractor shall determine the suitability of the road network and
parking lot in regard to load bearing capacity.
.1 Any damage to road network (Kent Street, Vittoria Street, Bank Street),
are to be repaired immediately to an operable standard and to
satisfaction of PWGSC. Prior to conducting works Contractor through
the Contract Administrator is to submit plans and obtain approval from
PWGSC.
.2 Any damage to parking lots (Pit Road and Confederation Pit), are to be
repaired immediately to full pavement structure and subgrade depth and
to satisfaction of PWGSC. Prior to conducting works Contractor
through the Contract Administrator is to submit plans and obtain
approval from PWGSC.
6. The construction site is to remain accessible at all times to the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police (RCMP), Ottawa Fire Services and PWGSC health and safety
staff.
7. Parking north of Wellington Street is used twenty four (24) hours a day and
seven (7) days a week, including holidays. Contractor parking is limited to the
construction staging area. Parking of vehicles elsewhere north of Wellington
Street is not permitted.
8. Construction traffic is to minimize the impacts upon parking and the road and
pedestrian networks. Further, oversized vehicle and other traffic that cannot be
accommodated within the driving lanes and cannot turn within the construction
staging area must be coordinated with PWGSC through the Communiqu
process (see item #28) prior to any disturbance.
9. Tarps, hoarding, fencing, scaffolding, screening, banners and interpretive panels
shall be new and are subject to review and approval by PWGSC, NCC and
RCMP.
.1 Materials delineating extent of construction staging area are to be kept in
good state and aesthetically pleasing.
.2 Fencing and other surfaces must be kept free of graffiti and bill posters
at all times.
.3 No direct or indirect advertising is permitted.
.4 Vision and/or dust screening is to be transparent in order to permit
visibility for security purposes.
10. Foul language, boisterous conduct, loitering and littering of garbage will not be
tolerated.
11. Contractor is responsible for security within the construction staging area.
12. Before the start of site activities, a start-up meeting will be held with the
PWGSC manager assigned to the project, and the Contract Administrator, which
shall be attended by the Contractor and the Contractors site representative.
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AND CONSTRAINTS
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Biweekly meetings will be held with these personnel throughout the works at
this site as in 01330 Project Meetings.

.2 User Schedules, Limitations on Construction Activity and Work Stoppages


1. Construction activity is to be conducted by means necessary to prevent impacts
(such as visual, noise, dust, odor, vibration and traffic) upon building occupants
and site users such as Senate of Canada, House of Commons, and Supreme Court
of Canada.
.1 The 2015 schedule (appended to this specification section) for site users
illustrates the blocks of time when sittings were scheduled to occur
throughout the calendar year. This shall be used for the basis of bidding
and construction sequencing. 2016 and 2017 schedules will be provided
by PWGSC when available. During sitting sessions construction activity
is to be limited so as to minimize impacts upon building occupants and
site operations. Further, when sitting sessions are not scheduled it is
noted for these blocks of time that buildings remain occupied and site
operations continue; and, as result the Contractor is to be cognizant of
level of construction activity proposed and to minimize impacts upon
respective users buildings and operations.
.2 No noise or vibration from construction activity is permitted to interfere
with Supreme Court of Canadas operations, which includes the two
business days prior to commencement of a session.
.3 In regard to 1) and 2) above, Contractor to be cognizant that construction
activity can create a disturbance to the building occupants and site user
operations. A disturbance is caused by disruptive work creating
vibrations, impacts, noise, dust, fumes, or unsightly condition;
perceptible to building occupants and site users. A request for stoppage
of disruptive work may be raised by respective site user representatives
through PWGSC to the Contract Administrator (CA); whereupon the
CA, Contractor and PWGSC are to confer and must address the request
for stoppage within 30 minutes from being raised. Contractor should
allow for of unscheduled event stoppages as noted in Item .3.
2. Hours of operation for construction activity may be required to adjust to off-peak
hours such as evenings, overnight and weekends.
3. RCMP may instruct the Contractor directly or PWGSC may instruct the Contract
Administrator (who in turn will notify the Contractor) to curtail activities, stop
work and/or vacate the work site due to planned, unforeseen or other events such
as Very Important Persons (VIP) visitors, demonstrations, late sittings, and
security or perceived disturbances to building occupants and site users. This
direction to act may occur with no advance notice.
.1 Unplanned Work Stoppages: Contractor shall assume up to ten (10) full
days per year with stopped work of at least twenty four (24) hours and
up to twelve (12) partial days per calendar year with stopped work of
four (4) hours or less.
.2 Planned Work Stoppages: Special events: During the dates and times
listed below, work is not permitted, and deliveries or removal of
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materials are not permitted. Also, site construction lighting must be shut
down, booms lowered to horizontal position; and audible equipment
must be shut off such as compressors, generators, excavation or hoisting
equipment, and other noise producing equipment. Note: Dates and times
shown below are subject to change.
.1 Remembrance Day: November 11, from 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM
hours.
.2 Canada Day: July 1, 06:00 AM hours to July 2, 01:00 AM hours.
.3 2017 Canada Day Celebrations: June 29 to July 3, 2017
.4 Police Memorial Service: last Sunday of September from 08:30
AM to 12:30 PM hours.
.5 Fire-fighter Memorial Service: second Sunday of September
from 08:30 AM to 12:30 PM hours.
.3 Monitoring
1. The Contractor shall conduct monitoring of PWGSC real property (buildings,
grounds and infrastructure/works) to satisfaction of PWGSC in regard to
settlement, noise and vibration. Geotechnical and Structural Instrumentation and
Monitoring shall comply with Section 02480. Noise and vibration monitoring
shall comply with Section 02482.All monitoring required by Section 02480,
02482 and the Cash Allowance outlined in Section 00410 north of Wellington
Street shall be conducted by a third party, approved by PWGSC and with
security screening Secret clearance.
2. Access to PWGSC facilities (buildings and infrastructure/works) is controlled
and pre-authorization is required prior to accessing facilities. A minimum of five
(5) days notification is required to gain access to PWGSC facilities. This
authorization for access includes:
.1 Video (pre-construction and post-construction) inspections, installation
of equipment in buildings and infrastructure/works and ongoing data
collection:
.1 Secure storage facility for storage of video and other
information.
.2 Security screening Secret clearance.
.3 Authorized Building Access form approved
.4 Accompanied by PWGSC escort if PWGSC health and safety
course is taken by that employee.Non-emitting/receiving (i.e.
transmissions, wireless or otherwise) equipment permitted
(unless otherwise specifically approved by PWGSC).
.5 Health and safety training, procedures for access
.6 Schedule, Communication Plan and Communiqu approved.
3. Access to PWGSC grounds is controlled and pre-authorization is required prior
to accessing the grounds. This authorization for access includes:
.1 Contractor approved by PWGSC
.2 Security screening Reliability clearance (when required)
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.3 Schedule, Communication Plan and Communiqu approved.


.4 Construction Coordination and Communiqus
1. Site 6 construction activities will be subject to and form part of PWGSCs
overall efforts for coordination of its construction activities such as operations,
repairs, recapitalization and major construction. PWGSCs oversight and
management of scope and scheduling of all construction activities is required to
prevent, mitigate and/or resolve conflicts and competing interests in regard to
timing, duration, use of road network, etc. PWGSCs decisions may result in
changes and/or delays to a projects proposed construction sequencing and
scheduling of activities.
2. Construction activity is subject to PWGSCs communiqus process and as result
an impact upon timing, duration and construction sequencing or extent of
activity may occur.
3. Communication and coordination of proposed project schedules and construction
activity is important to prevent conflicts with site users, their operations as well
as other PWGSC construction projects.
4. Prior to commencement of any construction activity, as defined below, the
schedule of work proposed must be communicated to all potentially affected
parties via the Communiqu process. The schedule including all planned
activities, hours of work, and modifications to previously scheduled activities is
to be provided to the PWGSC at least 15 working days prior to the planned
activities. Refer to Section 01060 Regulatory Requirements for Communiqu
forms to be completed for work in this area.
.1 This communiqu process includes a minimum 5 business days for
PWGSC to prepare and 10 business days for circulation/consideration by
stakeholders (such as the House of Commons and Senate of Canada) to
review submittals.
.2 More than 15 working days review period is required for any activity
that displaces people, including but not limited to disruption of parking
spaces for large load deliveries. It is advisable that these activities be
scheduled for evenings, weekends, or statutory holidays to minimize
public impacts.
.3 The proposed schedule of work will be subjected to re-submission if the
work schedule and/or the site activities are not approved.
.4 The proposed schedule is to be updated monthly as a minimum.
.5 It is the responsibility of the Contractor to submit the work schedule for
the site activities far enough in advance to have the work schedule and
site activities approved in time for the Communiqu process to be
completed.
.6 If the timing in the work schedule for the planned site activities slips
outside the pre-approved window, the approval process must be re-
initiated.
.7 Concurrence from all stakeholders must be received in order for
PWGSC to authorize the work to proceed.
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.8 Public formal communications and signage at Site 6 to be bilingual in


compliance with the Official Languages Act as specified in 01060
Regulatory Requirements.
.9 The Communique process is required for, but not limited to, the
following:
.1 Mobilization and demobilization;
.2 Major construction stages (i.e. concrete pours, rock removal,
heavy equipment noise, etc.);
.3 Disruptive activities (i.e. equipment which dispels excessive
noise, rock removal, etc.);
.4 Works impacting traffic flow on road network or parking areas;
.5 Entry into PWGSC buildings or infrastructure for monitoring,
installation of equipment, or inspection; and
.6 Delivery of materials and equipment to the site
.7 Abandonment of the existing pullback sewer outside of the Site
6 staging area. Note that this work must be completed during the
weekend.
.5 Responsibility and Repair of Real Property
1. The Contractor shall ensure that all legal, control survey, or other surveying
monuments are protected and not disturbed, damaged or destroyed during the
works by the Contractor. Should any such monuments be disturbed, damaged or
destroyed, the Contractor shall, at its expense, have such monuments replaced by
a qualified Ontario Land Surveyor to the satisfaction of PWGSC.
2. The Contractor accepts responsibility for damage and interruption of utilities
services, including without limitation, electricity, water, steam and chilled water
for heating and cooling, telecommunications, and sewer/waste water services, to,
on or in relation to the PWGSC lands. Further, the Contractor is obliged to
ensure that construction and related activities does not interfere with utilities
servicing works located on or servicing PWGSC lands.
3. Any damage to the PWGSC real property (buildings, grounds, works) resulting
from, or related in any way to, the construction activity shall be repaired
immediately and at the sole cost and expense of the Contractor.

.6 Results of Site Investigations


1. The Contractor through the Contract Administrator shall provide PWGSC with a
copy of any and all data and/or results of site investigations, including but not
limited to any reports created or generated from the investigations.
2. Any additional investigative works on the site during construction, including but
not limited to boreholes, die testing, sewer tracing, sewer cleaning and CCTV,
etc. are to be reported to PWGSC through the Communiqu process. The results
(such as reports, logs, etc.) of these works are to be provided to the PWGSC
through the Contract Administrator.
.7 The Contractor is required to comply with the PWGSC Parliamentary Precinct Branch:
Traffic Operation Safe Operating Guidelines as attached in Section 01353 Special
Procedures: Traffic Control
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.8 No vehicular movements are permitted to cross the Ottawa River Pathway while the
pathway remains open between the hours of 7:00AM -9:00AM, 11:30AM-1:30PM, and
3:00PM-6:00PM.

.9 In the event of emergency at Site 6, refer to Section 01705 Contract Work Health and
Safety Clauses.

.10 There will be no compensation in the event of an emergency on site that halts work.

1.9 SCHEDULE CONSTRAINTS

.1 Commencement of EWT construction between Station 5+520 (Cumberland and Daly)


and Station 2+420 (Metcalfe and Slater) shall not be initiated prior to July 31, 2017. This
is to minimize the risk of overlapping construction with OLRT as identified in Paragraph
1.6.2.

.2 This section lists the specific schedule constraints for when construction is permitted or
not permitted at each site. These constraints may be modified by the Engineer or the City
as construction proceeds. Refer to Section 01015 for additional constraints and details on
property parcels being acquired by the City for this project. See the below table for
specific site schedule constraints.
Site No. Schedule Restriction Comment
1 Access to the site permitted August 1, Restriction applies to all work at Site 1a and
(West End 2018. Site 1b.
Shaft)

2 Access to the site permitted in any Restriction applies to all work at Site 2.
(EWT/NST contiguous 6 month timeframe selected
Intersection) by the Contractor. Access to the site is
not permitted between January 1, 2017
and December 31, 2017.
3a Access to the site permitted only from Restriction applies to all work within and
(Diversion March 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018. immediately adjacent to Confederation Park.
Chamber) Restoration, landscaping and in-situ Incentive/Disincentive identified in Section
work within the chamber(s) is permitted 00200 applies for the work to be completed
from March 1, 2019 to May 31, 2019. between March 1 and December 31, 2018.

3a Access to the site permitted only from Restriction applies to all work within the
(Odour March 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018 secondary staging area identified on the
Control and from March 1, 2019 to August, Contract Drawings and work within Queen
Building) 2019. Elizabeth Drive. Incentive/Disincentive
identified in Section 00200 applies for the
work to be completed between March 1 and
December 31, 2018.
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Site No. Schedule Restriction Comment


3b Access to the site is permitted Restriction is required to prevent work
(Rideau November 1 to April 30 (2016 or 2018). during tourist season at the site.
Canal Access to the site is not permitted
Regulator) between January 1, 2017 and December
31, 2017.
3c Access to the site is permitted for a 2 Restriction applies to all work at Site 3c.
(Nicholas St. year contiguous timeframe selected by
Shaft) the Contractor after July 31, 2017.
4 (Patrick St. Access to the site permitted in any Restriction applies to all work at Site 4.
Shaft) contiguous 8 month timeframe selected
by the Contractor.
5 (EWT Access to the site permitted in any All work at Site 5a, 5b and 5c and any other
Outlet and contiguous 30 month timeframe selected operations at Site 5 shall be completed
RRC by the Contractor. within the 30 month contiguous timeframe.
Diversion)
6 (NST Access to the site permitted in any Restriction applies to all work at Site 6.
Overflow) contiguous 1 year timeframe selected by
the Contractor. Access to the site
beyond the 1 year timeframe is
permitted for an additional 2 months in
the following spring period, selected by
the Contractor to complete vegetative
reinstatement and landscaping works.
8 (McLeod Access to the site permitted in any Restriction applies to all work at Site 8.
St. Drop) contiguous 12 month timeframe selected
by the Contractor.
9 (Catherine No work shall occur within or impact Restriction applies only to works that would
St. Drop) Catherine Street between January 1, impede on Catherine Street or impact traffic
2017 and December 31, 2017 on Catherine Street.
10 Access is permitted to the site from Restriction is applicable to all work on Site
(Chamberlain issuance of commence work order to 10.
Shaft) December 31, 2018.
10 (Percy Access is permitted to the site from Restriction is applicable to all work on Site
Staging issuance of commence work order to 10 at Percy/Chamberlain.
Area) December 31, 2017.
.3 For Sites 4, 5, 6: No work may take place at these sites June 29 through July 3, 2017
inclusive to accommodate Canadas 150th anniversary celebrations scheduled around
July 1st 2017. No work shall occur on any site, with the exception of tunneling works, on
July 1, 2017.

.4 No work shall occur on the project from 10:00am to 12:00pm on November 11 of any
year. Work at Site 3a, 3b and 3c shall comply with the requirements for Site 6 identified
in article 1.8.

.5 Access to Site 3a is permitted only between March 1, 2018 and December 31, 2018. The
Contractor shall demobilize fully from this site by December 31, 2018. Final restoration,
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AND CONSTRAINTS
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landscaping, and work within the chambers and EWT may be completed between March
1, 2019 and May 31, 2019 (for diversion chamber) and between March 1, 2019 and
August 2019 (for odour control building).
1. The type of work permitted between March 1, 2019 and May 31, 2019 (for
diversion chamber) and between March 1, 2019 and August 2019 (for odour
control building) at this site is limited to surface reinstatement, landscaping,
hardscaping, and structural, electrical, mechanical, process and instrumentation
works within the diversion chamber and within the tunnel and de-aeration
chamber. During this period the Contractor shall erect temporary fencing, as
required to delineate and secure their work site. The temporary fencing or
hoarding will be subject to review and approval by the Contract Administrator
and NCC.

1.10 FIRE PROTECTION

.1 Provide adequate supplementary fire protection facilities including but not limited to
ample hand-operated 15 to 20 pound multipurpose dry chemical extinguishers at each
work site/facility. Provide temporary hose lines in areas where construction is in
progress until the permanent fire protection is placed into service. Do not block hydrant
hose connections and other firefighting equipment by construction equipment and make
readily accessible at all times.

.2 Dispose of all combustible rubbish promptly and safely. Prompt disposal is particularly
needed for material subject to spontaneous ignition such as oily waste and paint rags.

.3 Monitor and control probable ignition sources as necessary to prevent the threat of fire.

.4 Minimize hot work including but not limited to operations involving open flames, heat,
or sparks such as brazing, cutting, welding, grinding, soldering, and torching. If there is a
practical and safer way to do the Work without hot work, the alternative method shall be
used.

.5 Maintain fire access/control at all times.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED


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AND CONSTRAINTS
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ATTACHMENTS
TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT SUPPORT OF HYDRO DUCTS

2015 SUPREME COURT OF CANADA SITTING SCHEDULE

2015 HOUSE OF COMMENTS SITTING SCHEDULE

2015 SENATE SITTING SCHEDULE

2015 FEDERAL COURT OF CANADA SITTING SCHEDULE

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CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01119
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 6

Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This Section specifies requirements for preservation and protection of existing and new
utilities, services, buildings, structures, and property.

1.2 GENERAL

.1 Comply with all requirements and regulations of the City of Ottawa and Utility
Companies, especially those pertaining to protective work, inspection and safety.

1.3 MAINTENANCE AND PROTECTION OF EXISTING UTILITIES, SERVICE,


STRUCTURES AND PROPERTIES
.1 The Contractor will be held fully responsible by the Owner for any damage to utilities,
services, properties, buildings, or structures adjacent to or in the general area of the
work, through settlement of ground, vibration or shock resulting from any cause relating
to the work carried out under this Contract. Make good and repair all such damage at
own expense.
.2 The Contractor shall supply and install the shoring, bracing and support system at his
own judgment and at his own cost to protect the existing utilities, services, buildings and
structures from damage for the duration of the construction. The cost for this item shall
be included in the tender price and the Contractor shall not make any claim against the
Owner for extra work on this item.
.3 Perform Work within right of way and easements in a systematic manner that minimizes
inconvenience to property owners and the public.
.4 During emergencies, no residence or business shall be cut off from vehicular traffic for a
period exceeding four hours, unless special arrangements have been made.
.5 Keep fire hydrants and water control valves free from obstruction and available for use at
all times.
.6 Notify property owners and utility offices that may be affected by construction operation
at least five calendar days in advance, and as per the PWGSC communique process for
works at Site 6 as in Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints.
.7 Maintain original site drainage wherever possible.
.8 Request owners of all underground services to locate, stake and clearly mark in the field
all services which are located on or near the line of the proposed work. For works at Site
6 the Contractor is to locate the site utilities themselves. Refer to Section 01117
Construction Sequences and Constraints for details.
.9 Obtain certificates from all utility companies having facilities in the area of the proposed
works certifying that facilities have been marked to confirm the utility location.
.10 Utilize non-mechanical means such as hydrovac excavation to determine the location and
depth of utilities when not known.
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 2 OF 6

.11 Sustain in their places and protect from direct or indirect injury, all water and gas mains,
sewers and drains, conduits, cables, service pipes, poles, sidewalks, curbs, embankments,
structures, equipment and other property in the vicinity of the work.
.12 Sustain and support structures that are uncovered, weakened, endangered or threatened.
.13 Use flowable concrete fill if required or upon request by Contract Administrator or the
utility to provide additional support during reinstatement.
.14 Notify the Contract Administrator immediately (and follow up in writing) if and when
any damage to such facilities occur during the planned execution of work. Provide all
necessary written documentation such as incident reports, accident reports, investigative
reports and preventative measures to be implemented within 48 hours of any incident
taking place, in a format that clearly identifies details such as the report author, his/her
role in the project, the company the author represents, date, signature, etc., all on
Contractors Company letterhead.
.15 Repair immediately all items that are damaged during construction, at no cost to the
Owner.
.16 Immediately report all damages occurred on the City's or any other land owners
property, existing services and structure during construction to the Contract
Administrator.
.17 Protect from damage the existing SCADA pole located adjacent to the existing biofilter
odour control facility at Site 5. Survey the pole and alignment on a weekly basis to
monitor ground movement. Immediately report any movement or damage to the City and
Engineer and provide a plan to repair the damage.
.18 Prevent dust and dirt from entering existing buildings or areas where equipment is stored
or is operating. Refer to Section 02362 - Dust Control for further detail regarding control
of dust and application of dust suppressants.
.19 Prevent dust, water or other deleterious substances from entering areas with existing
electrical, heating, ventilating, pumping and other equipment. The Contractor will be
held responsible for any damage caused by work carried out under this Contract.
.20 Where existing wall sections are removed or where pipes are installed through existing
walls or where any dust-generating operation is necessary, provide a suitable temporary
wall or enclosure suitably reinforced and sealed to prevent dust or water entering the
area. When work is completed, remove temporary dust control device and thoroughly
clean all areas affected by the work.
.21 Where Contractor contemplates removal of street furniture such as mailboxes, signposts,
and culverts that interfere with Contractors operations, obtain advance approval of the
property owner and the Engineer. Replace those removed in a condition equal to or better
than original.
.22 Control groundwater level to prevent damage to any pipe or structure due to water
pressure during and after construction and until the completed works are accepted.
.23 Protect or cut and cap existing irrigation lines to ensure continued functioning of
irrigation system. Reinstall affected irrigation system lines during final reinstatement
works.
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 3 OF 6

.24 Control of Vibrations


.1 Control vibration levels as per Section 02482 Noise and Vibration Monitoring.
.2 Control use of vibration producing construction techniques or equipment so that
the ground adjacent to recently placed concrete has a resultant peak particle
velocity (P.P.V.) not exceeding the following limits. These limits do not apply to
general P.P.V. values for the entire project as specified in Section 02482 Noise
and Vibration Monitoring.

Age of Concrete Maximum Permissible Resultant


(Hours) P.P.V. (mm/s)

Less than 4 50
4 to 60 10
Over 60 50

.3 Schedule and execute placing of concrete so that, for concrete 4 to 24 hours old, a
minimum distance of 40 m between the source of vibration and the concrete is
maintained.

.4 The Engineer reserves the right to require additional restrictive limits for vibration
control if recommended by the inspection agency.

1.4 EXCAVATION IN PROXIMITY TO HIGH VOLTAGE HYDRO ONE CABLES


.1 The Contractor shall comply with the following requirements when excavating within 2
metres of any underground high voltage (115kV-230kV) Hydro One cables:

.1 Follow all Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) applicable safety
regulations, and any other requirements determined by Hydro One in its
discretion;
.2 Do not perform any excavation within one metre of Hydro Ones underground
cables except in the presence of a Hydro One representative. The third party must
contact Hydro One at 1-888-977-8665 #1, at least 72 hours before excavation
work, to schedule the attendance of the Hydro One representative;
.3 Prior to the commencement of any excavation, inform Hydro One of the proposed
scope of work around the cables and cable trench;
.4 Do not commence any excavation before requesting and obtaining from the Hydro
One representative the approximate cable depth at the work site, unless the third
party determines the exact cable depth by either hand-digging or using hydrovac
equipment, whichever of those two methods has been approved by the Hydro One
representative after considering the type of buried cables;
.5 Ensure that step and touch potentials are controlled by the use of an equipotential
work zone prior to operating hydrovac equipment within one metre of the cable.
The third party must protect the public and all workers from these potential
hazards;
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 4 OF 6

.6 Do not operate mechanical equipment (such as boring, auguring or ramming)


within one metre of the cable;
.7 Where the Hydro One representative identifies the need to support exposed cables,
deliver to Hydro One a temporary support design bearing the stamp of a
professional Engineer to be presented to Hydro Ones Engineering Department;
.8 Ensure that no personnel make direct contact with pipe-type cable without wearing
appropriately-rated personal protective equipment (PPE), because the cable pipe
may become energized during a power system fault. Accidental contact with the
exposed cable shall be avoided;
.9 Do not replace backfill until after the Hydro One representative on site has
inspected all sections of exposed cable following backfill removal and has found
the said cable to be satisfactory;
.10 Use only backfill that satisfies Hydro One specifications, which specifications the
third party shall obtain from the Hydro One representative or from the Hydro One
employee providing the locate.

1.5 EXCAVATION AND CONSTRUCTION IN PROXIMITY TO HYDRO OTTAWA


DUCTS AND STRUCTURES
.1 The Contractor shall comply with the following requirements when excavating within 2
metres of any underground Hydro Ottawa ducts or structures:

.1 The Contractor shall provide reasonable advanced notice to Hydro Ottawa as to


the timing of the works. The Contractor shall arrange for the installation of civil
works (trenching, concrete encased duct banks, building service entrance, surface
re-instatement) with a Hydro Ottawa Qualified heavy civil contractor in
accordance with Hydro Ottawa specifications GCS0005 and GQS0002.
.2 The Contractors Work shall be in compliance with Ontario Building Code,
Ontario Electrical Safety Code, Hydro Ottawas plans and specifications, and
Hydro Ottawas Conditions of Service as set out in www.hydroottawa.com.
.3 Before any work is to be done on an existing Hydro Ottawa duct bank, the extent
of works and proposed method of construction are to be verified and approved by
the Hydro Ottawa inspector.
.4 The Contractor shall be responsible for testing, handling, and disposal of any
environmental contamination associated with the site as per legislative
requirements before the installation of Hydro Ottawas Work.
.5 The Electrical System shall be terminated and disconnected with the completion of
the underground tunnel work by the Contractor and/or prior to the permanent
CSST site services being energized. Hydro Ottawa shall remove its electrical
equipment. The Contractor shall remove the remaining temporary electrical
service equipment and re-instate the site to the property owners standards.
.6 The Contractor shall not vary the design of the System subsequent to the
commencement of construction of the System, without first submitting such
variation in writing to Hydro Ottawa for approval. The Contractor shall not
implement any such variation unless approval in writing has been received from
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 5 OF 6

Hydro Ottawa.
.7 The Contractor shall be responsible for repairing any damages caused to any other
service or utility by any activities arising directly, or indirectly, which are
undertaken by the Contractor. Hydro Ottawa shall be responsible for repairing any
damages caused to any other service or utility by any activities arising directly, or
indirectly, which are undertaken by Hydro Ottawa. The obligation of the
Contractor herein shall continue until a Certificate of Acceptance has been issued
by Hydro Ottawa for the Contractors Work.

1.6 PROTECTION, SOUNDNESS AND REPAIR OF NEW CONSTRUCTION


.1 Protect all newly constructed work from damage. Prevent heavy loading of newly
constructed work and repair all damage. Construct all works watertight and correct all
imperfect work.
.2 If, in the final inspection, any deficiencies are found, repair or replace the defective
work. Be responsible for satisfactory maintenance and repair of all work undertaken for
the specified guaranteed maintenance period. Protect and store all equipment supplied
under this Contract.

1.7 PROTECTION AGAINST FREEZING


.1 Furnish all necessary equipment and fuel for heating buildings and structures during
construction. Maintain a minimum temperature of 15 degree C in interior areas for
mechanical, electrical, painting and other work susceptible to frost damage.
.2 Drain pipelines in trench that may be left exposed in winter. Drain pipelines below
concrete slabs or in areas too large to heat practically.
.3 Refer to other specification Divisions as applicable for detailed cold-weather procedures
for cast-in-place concrete, painting, specialized equipment, mechanical work and
electrical work respectively.

1.8 PROTECTION AGAINST FLOTATION

.1 Control groundwater level to prevent damage to any pipe or structure due to water
pressure during and after construction and until the completed works are accepted.

1.9 SURVEY MONUMENTS


.1 Maintain survey monuments, iron bars, round iron pipes and stakes for marking property
boundaries and locations.
.2 Where monuments, pipes or stakes are located on the line of the trench or within the
limits of the work, the Contractor shall report to the Owner.
.3 Do not remove survey monuments without receiving prior approval. Pay for or replace
monuments which were removed without approval.

1.10 PRECONSTRUCTION SURVEY


.1 As per Section 01120 Preconstruction and Post-Construction Survey.
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1.11 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT


.1 The Contractor shall include costs for all labour, equipment, materials and incidentals
within the appropriate general lump sum items for each site included in Section 01025,
Measurement and Payment for all work required in this section as specified herein and
no separate payment shall be made.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01120
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRECONSTRUCTION AND
POST-CONSTRUCTION SURVEY
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 6

PART 1 GENERAL

1.01 DESCRIPTION

.1 This section includes the requirements to perform pre-construction and post-


construction inspections for interior and exterior of structures, houses, buildings
and other facilities as described herein. An independent consultant, acceptable to
the Engineer, specializing in preconstruction surveys, shall be retained to conduct
the inspections.

.2 Inspections shall be repeated when monitoring results in Section 02480 -


Geotechnical and Structural Instrumentation and Monitoring show that movement
has occurred or, in the opinion of the Engineer, to verify the adequacy of
construction methods compared to settlement thresholds.

.3 The Contractor shall be responsible for damage to utilities, property buildings or


structures adjacent to or in the general area of the Work, through the settlement of
ground, vibration, shock, or changes to groundwater level resulting from any
cause related to the Work.

.4 Definition: Structures: Buildings, bridges, flyovers, all types of utilities,


foundations and piers of any type, roadway embankments and culverts or drains
over 0.9 metres wide.

1.02 REFERENCES
.1 Section 01119 Preservation and Protection

.2 Section 02480 Geotechnical and Structural Instrumentation and Monitoring

1.03 SUBMITTALS
1. Surveyor qualifications and experience.
2. Survey methods report.
3. Precondition Survey Report:
.1 The precondition survey report shall provide a summary of the
inspections performed and an overview of the inspection process:
including copies of letters distributed, listing of properties
inspected, and an overview sketch of each property inspected. This
report shall not include specific results of the inspections
performed.
.2 The final pre-construction inspection report shall be comprised of a
separate report for each property inspected, and shall be dated and
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRECONSTRUCTION AND
POST-CONSTRUCTION SURVEY
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 2 OF 6

signed by the firm undertaking the inspection. Two (2) copies of


each pre-construction inspection report shall be submitted to the
Engineer prior to the commencement of any work.
4. Post-condition survey report.

1.04 PRECONDITION AND POST-CONDITION SURVEY


.1 A letter of introduction shall be provided to the property owner, after it has been
reviewed and approved by the Engineer.

.2 Carry out a precondition survey of all buildings, structures, pavement, utilities and
other items that are likely to be affected by all construction activities, including
trenchless and trenched excavation, shaft excavation, building construction, or
other work within 75m of the tunnel centreline and 75m from the centre of each
shaft, and within 30m of all work staging areas, whichever is larger. In addition
each building or structure proposed to have a tiltmeter installed shall be included
in this survey even if the structure is outside of the 75m limits. The pre-
construction inspection shall be carried out in the presence of the affected property
owners. The Contractor acknowledges that property owners are not required by
the City to grant access to their property, and that access is at the discretion of the
individual property owner.

1. Particular emphasis shall be directed to physical conditions of:


.1 Structures, ditches and pavements within pipe and conduit
alignment
.2 Areas adjacent to and within the site perimeters and,
.3 Contractor storage and staging areas.
.3 All inspections shall be performed in accordance with applicable Federal and
Provincial Privacy legislation including the Canadian Personal Information
Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Documentation confirming
compliance with this legislation shall be made available to the homeowner and
submitted with the pre-construction inspection report.

.4 Engineer may be in attendance for the precondition survey with a 48-hour prior
notice and shall have the right to select subject matter and vantage point from which
photos and videos are to be taken.

.5 Surveys in the vicinity of Site 6 and north of Queen Street shall be undertaken in
compliance with the communique process detailed in Section 01117
Construction Sequences and Constraints.
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRECONSTRUCTION AND
POST-CONSTRUCTION SURVEY
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 3 OF 6

.6 General:

1. Document findings with digital photographs, digital video, sketches and in


writing submitted to the Engineer complete with tabulated log with item
number, location and description. Record a description of all cracks, defects
and other items that could be attributed to the Work.
2. The Contractor or firm shall propose the methods, format and standards to
be employed in the survey in a written description and submitted for
approval by the Engineer. No work shall commence until this has been
approved by the Engineer. Minimum requirements include the following:
.1 Identify recordings by number, location and Project.
.2 A record of the contents of each recording shall be supplied on a run
sheet identifying each segment by location and referenced to video
counter numbers.
.3 Recordings shall begin with the date and time of recording, project
name, sheet numbers or engineering stationing as shown on the
Drawings, the name of the street, easement, or building being
recorded, the direction of travel and the viewing side.
.4 Identify buildings by building number.
.5 Engineering stationing should be continuous and correspond to plans
and standard engineering symbols.
.6 In areas where hand-held equipment must be used, local landmarks or
other recognized features off to the side of the alignment shall be
visually and audibly noted at frequent intervals to identify the camera
location.
3. Tapes shall be accompanied by a notarized statement verifying the original
unedited quality of the recording.
4. Entering Property: Make arrangements with the owners of structures to gain
access to the properties in order to carry out the required surveys. Notify
owner of building at least 48 hours in advance of planned entry (or as per
communique process for all areas north of Queen Street as per Section
01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints). Should the property
owner refuse entry, the Contractor shall notify the Engineer. Do not enter
private property before permission is granted. The Contractor shall be held
liable for entry made other than as stated herein.
5. The Contractor shall prepare necessary copies of the precondition survey
report for submission to the Owners of the structures affected for joint
inspection with the Owners.
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PRECONSTRUCTION AND
POST-CONSTRUCTION SURVEY
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 4 OF 6

6. The precondition survey shall be submitted and approved before beginning


any excavations or other work that may damage nearby properties.

.7 Area to be Surveyed:

1. Area to be surveyed includes but is not limited to: existing driveways,


sidewalks, curbs, ditches, streets, hard and soft landscaping, trees, culverts,
catch basins, headwalls, retaining walls, fences, visible utilities, and all
buildings interior and exterior, located within the zone of influence of
construction. The zone of influence shall be as selected by the Contractor
and determined by his methods but as a minimum shall include all
structures that lie within 75m of the tunnel centreline and 75m from the
centre of each shaft, and within 30m of all work staging areas, whichever is
larger as shown on the Contract Documents. All structures equipped with
tiltmeters are to be surveyed as described even if they lie outside of these
limits.
2. Of particular concern are any existing faults, fractures, defects, or other
imperfections exhibited by the above surface features.
3. The Contractor shall survey all premises outside the limits defined herein
that in his or the Engineers opinion are likely to be affected by the Work.
4. Streets shall be recorded by audio-video recording near sites where streets
are present and along sides of streets except where specifically noted
otherwise by the Engineer.
5. Easement areas shall be recorded by video for the full width of the
permanent (or temporary) easements and all other adjacent areas lying
within the zone of influence of construction as directed by the Engineer.
6. Buildings interiors and exteriors: Record video of all interior and exterior
surfaces of buildings within the zone of influence. Interior coverage shall
include all rooms, hallways, and basements including items sensitive to
settlement as a minimum. Exterior building coverage shall include but not
be limited to, walls visible foundations, chimney, porches and trim.
Particular detailed coverage shall be made at historical and heritage
structures if observed on site, including the conditions of historical repairs
such as grouting, repointing, and building tie-backs.

.8 Recording shall be done during times of good visibility. Do not record during
periods of precipitation or when the ground is covered by snow, leaves, or debris
unless authorized by Engineer.

.9 Provide auxiliary lighting as needed to produce proper detail and perspective.


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POST-CONSTRUCTION SURVEY
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 5 OF 6

.10 Any portion of the recordings deemed unacceptable by the Engineer must be re-
recorded at no additional cost to the Owner.

.11 Where required to do so by property owners or utility owners or by Authorities


having jurisdiction over adjacent structures or properties, the Contractor shall
submit the precondition survey report and carry out joint inspections with the staff
of these owners or authorities.

.12 The Engineers acceptance of the Contractors proposed methods, the manner in
which he carries out the survey and the information presented in the final report in
no way alleviates the responsibility of the Contractor for the cost of any damage
arising from carrying out the construction of the Work.

.13 Post-Construction Survey Requirements:

1. Complete a post-construction survey for all structures inspected prior to


construction and for any new structures constructed by other parties within
the limits described above after the completion of the preconstruction
survey. The post construction survey shall also be completed for those
additional structures outside the required distance limits that were surveyed
prior to construction as directed by the Engineer.
2. The Contractor shall also complete a post-construction survey on all
structures where settlements were found to exceed the predicted levels
regardless if these had been surveyed previously or whether they lie outside
the specified distance limits.
3. The post-construction survey shall be carried out by the same firm that
performed the precondition survey using the same methods and equipment
previously accepted by the Engineer. The Contractor shall employ
additional survey techniques or measures instructed by the Engineer in
carrying out the post-construction survey.

1.05 QUALITY CONTROL


.1 The independent condition surveyor shall have a minimum of 5 years experience
in similar condition assessment documentation work. Experience must include
colour audio-visual recordings or similar type projects.

1.06 OWNERSHIP OF TAPES/DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHS


.1 All photographs, videos, and recordings produced will become the permanent
property of the City.
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POST-CONSTRUCTION SURVEY
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PART 2 PRODUCTS

2.01 EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS


.1 Photographs shall be taken with a digital camera having at least 6 megapixel
resolution.

.2 Video must be recorded in colour MPEG2 format compatible with standard video
players. Videos in DVD format from a proprietary DVD recorder are not
acceptable. Audio encoding: uncompressed stereo or stereo Dolby Digital (256
kilobit or better). Aspect ratio 4 by 3 (720 by 480). Video encoding highest
available bit rate (6-9 Megabit), 60 fields per second interlaced.

.3 Audio description shall be made simultaneously with and shall support video
coverage.

.4 No Macrovision or other copy protection encoding is permitted. No region code to


be used.

.5 Provide data on thumb drive or portable hard drive.

PART 3 EXECUTION

3.01 NOT USED

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01160
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLAN
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 2

Part 1 General
1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 Work to be performed as part of controlling surface water is to be specified in includes


procedures that are primarily intended to protect tunnels, shafts and associated project
excavations against surface-water runoff.

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS

.1 Section 01561 Environmental Protection

1.3 REFERENCES

.1 City of Ottawa Special Provision S.P. No: F-1005 Erosion and Sediment Control Plan

1.4 APPLICATION

.1 S.P. No: F-1005 shall apply with the following requirements.


.1 The Contractor shall provide an Erosion and Sediment Control Plan for each site,
which shall be signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer registered in the
Province of Ontario.
.2 The NCC and PWGSC is to be provided a copy of the E&S plan at least 15
working days prior to commencement of work, and the Contractor is to revise
according to NCC and PWGSC comments prior to commencing work.
.3 The Contractor shall utilize a tire and vehicle washing station at each site for the
duration of the work at each site.
.4 Consider existing overland flow routes to direct flows through E&S measures.
.5 Consider the location of all E&S measures in relation to existing watercourses and
environmentally sensitive areas (as detailed in Section 01561 Environmental
Protection) and incorporate contingency measures for additional E&S devices and
more frequent replacement and monitoring as required.
.6 Silt fencing is to be installed to prevent species at risk reptiles from accessing the
construction site (as per Section 01561 Environmental Protection). Show location
of this fencing in the E&S plan.
.7 Measurement for Payment section and Basis of Payment section of S.P. No: F-1005
is deleted in its entirety.
.8 The Contractor shall bear all expenses in connection with the erosion and sediment
control plans as part of this item.
.9 Maintain the erosion and sediment control measures in place until the construction
is fully completed.
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1.5 MEASUREMENT AND PAYMENT

.1 The Contractor shall include costs for all labour, equipment, materials and incidentals
within the appropriate general lump sum items for each site included in Section 01025,
Measurement and Payment for all work required in this section as specified herein and no
separate payment shall be made.

Part 2 Products
2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution
3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01200
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE ALTERNATIVES
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 2

Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION
.1 This section includes instructions regarding alternative products.

Part 2 Products

2.1 ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTS


.1 Contract documents stipulate pertinent requirements for products and methods to achieve
the Work.

.2 Where products are specified with a manufacturers name and/or model number and
which do not include the words or approved equal, the Contractor shall supply the
specified product. Alternative products will not be acceptable.

.3 Where products are specified with two or more manufacturers names and/or model
numbers and which do not include the words or approved equal, the Contractor shall
supply one of the specified products. Alternative products will not be acceptable.

.4 In the event that, prior to closing of tenders, the Tenderer wishes to offer a substitution
(terms or equal, or equivalent) or a proposal of work, materials or methods as an
alternative to those described in the Contract Documents, he/she shall submit a request in
writing at least thirty (30) days prior to the time for receiving tenders specified herein.

.5 The request shall include the following:


.1 A description of the proposed substitutions;
.2 In case of materials, products or systems, a direct comparison between the
properties and compliance of the specified materials, products or systems with
the properties and compliance of the proposed substitution; and, in the case of
materials or products, country of manufacture.
.3 If requested by the City, a list of no less than five (5) projects of comparable size
where the proposed substitution has been used in a similar application, subject to
climatic conditions similar to those experienced in Ottawa. The list shall include
the name, current telephone number, and e-mail address of the Design
Consultant for each project.
.4 In the event, that the City deems the information provided with the request for
approval of a substitution, to be inadequate, the request may be rejected.
.5 Approval of alternative proposals of work, materials or methods will be signified
by the issue of an addendum.
.6 Cost of additional work and/or modification to the design due to the use of
alternative materials, products or systems shall be borne by the Contractor.
.7 Where the terms or equal, or equivalent or terms of similar meaning are used
in the specifications, this shall not be construed as acceptance of any alternative
material, product or system to those specified. The use of these terms does not
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COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE ALTERNATIVES
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 2 OF 2

relieve the Contractor from his responsibility to follow procedures for approval
of substitutions specified herein (during tender period) or in accordance with the
General Conditions.

.6 The proposed alternative product will be reviewed by the City and the Contract
Administrator. No changes to the specified product shall be authorized without the
official approval in writing by the City and the Contract Administrator. The final
selection of an equipment manufacturer by the City and the Contract Administrator shall
not prevent the selected Contractor from meeting the specified completion date.

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01220
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PROJECT MEETINGS
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 5

Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This section includes details related to project meetings.

1.2 GENERAL

.1 The Contract Administrator will schedule the project meetings throughout progress of
the Work.

.2 The Contract Administrator will prepare meeting agenda with regular participant input
and distribute the written notice of each meeting, preside at meetings, record minutes to
include significant proceedings and decisions, and reproduce and distribute copies of
minutes within 5 working days after each meeting to participants and parties affected by
meeting decisions.

.3 Unless noted otherwise, the project meetings will be held at the Contractors primary site
office. The Contractor shall provide physical space and make arrangements for meetings
at the site in the primary Site trailer as requested by the Contract Administrator.

.4 Representatives of Contractor, Subcontractor and suppliers attending meetings shall be


qualified and authorized to act on behalf of the party each represents.

1.3 PRECONSTRUCTION MEETING

.1 After award of Contract, the Contract Administrator will request a meeting of parties in
contract to discuss and resolve administrative, health and safety procedures and
responsibilities.

.2 Preconstruction meeting agenda may include the following, as a minimum:


.1 Appointment of official representative of participants in the Work.
.2 Schedule of work, progress scheduling.
.3 Schedule of submission of shop drawings, samples and color chips.
.4 Major product delivery and priorities.
.5 Status of bonds and insurance, although these are provided in advance of Contract
Award.
.6 Sequencing of critical path work items.
.7 Major construction constraints.
.8 Major equipment to be used and work procedure summary.
.9 Progress payment procedures, administrative procedures, photographs, holdbacks.
.10 Use of site, access, office and storage areas, security and temporary facilities.
.11 Permits obtained by the City and the Contractor.
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 2 OF 5

.12 Contemplated Change Notices, Change Orders, procedures, approvals required,


mark-up percentages permitted, time extensions, overtime, administrative
requirements.
.13 Owner-provided equipment.
.14 Record drawings.
.15 Maintenance manuals.
.16 Take-over procedures, acceptance, warranties.
.17 Contractors safety plan and representative.
.18 Site security.
.19 Survey bench mark and monuments.
.20 Coordination procedures between the Contractor, Sub-contractors, City, Contract
Administrator, Regulatory Agencies and other parties.
.21 Overview of the Contract

.3 Attendees will include:


.1 Citys representatives.
.2 Citys operations personnel.
.3 Contractors Project Manager.
.4 Contractors resident superintendent.
.5 Contractors quality control representative.
.6 Subcontractors representatives whom Contractor may desire or Contract
Administrator may request to attend.
.7 Contract Administrators representatives and staff.
.8 Others as appropriate.

.4 Prior to start of work at Site 6, the Contractor is to attend a preconstruction meeting with
PWGSC representatives.

1.4 PROGRESS MEETINGS

.1 Contract Administrator will schedule regular progress meetings at site, conducted weekly
at minimum to review the Work progress, progress schedule, Shop Drawing and Sample
submissions schedule, Application for Payment, contract modifications, and other
matters needing discussion and resolution. Progress meetings may be held on a more
regular basis depending on current site activities.

.2 Project progress review meeting agenda may include the following, as a minimum:
.1 Review and approval of minutes of previous meeting.
.2 Review of Work progress since previous meeting.
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.3 Potential discrepancies and changes.


.4 Field observations, problems and conflicts.
.5 Problems which impede construction schedule.
.6 Review of off-site fabrication delivery schedules.
.7 Corrective measures and procedures to regain projected schedule.
.8 Revisions to construction schedule.
.9 Progress and schedule, during succeeding work period.
.10 Review submittal schedules: expedite as required.
.11 Maintenance of quality standards.
.12 Pending changes and substitutions.
.13 Review proposed changes for effect on construction schedule and on completion
date.
.14 Review safe work procedures related to the construction work.
.15 Coordinate the Contractors requests for process/mechanical shutdowns,
process/mechanical tie-in, electrical and instrumentation tie-ins to existing
facilities.
.16 Review of progress payment.

.3 Attendees will include:


.1 Citys representatives.
.2 Citys operations personnel from the Environmental Services Department, Sewer
Use Bylaw, Traffic Operations or other parties as requested by the Contract
Administrator.
.3 Contractor, Subcontractors, and Suppliers, as appropriate.
.4 Contract Administrators representative(s).
.5 Others as appropriate.

.4 During works at Site 6, PWGSC and other area stakeholders will be invited to the
progress meetings.

1.5 PRE-COMMISSIONING TESTING, FACILITY COMMISSIONING AND


PERFORMANCE EVALUATION MEETINGS

.1 Schedule and attend a minimum of four meetings for Equipment field Testing, Facility
Commissioning, and System Commissioning. The first of such meetings shall be held
prior to submitting respective Testing and Commissioning Plans, as specified in
Section 01810 - Commissioning, and shall include preliminary discussions and
coordination regarding such plans.
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 4 OF 5

.2 Schedule subsequent meetings as required to review testing and commissioning planning


requirements, commissioning procedures and the facility operational requirements as
related to commissioning activities and progress.

.3 Within five (5) working days after the first of testing and commissioning meetings,
submit electronic copies of draft testing and commissioning plans for review and
comment. Draft plans to include a detailed schedule of activities and timing for each
activity. Submit updated testing and commissioning plans for review as required to
obtain Contract Administrator and City acceptance.

.4 Agenda items shall include, but not be limited to, content of Testing and Facility
Commissioning Plans, coordination needed between various parties in attendance, and
potential problems associated with the work.

.5 Attendees will include:


.1 Contractor.
.2 Contractors designated quality control representative.
.3 Subcontractors and equipment manufacturers representatives whom Contractor
deems to be directly involved in facility testing and startup.
.4 Contract Administrators representatives.
.5 Citys representatives.
.6 Citys operations personnel.
.7 Others as required by Contract Documents or as deemed necessary by Contractor.

1.6 OTHER MEETINGS

.1 In accordance with Contract Documents and as may be required by City and Contract
Administrator.

.2 Flow Management Plan meeting, for each site, as outlined in Section 01117
Construction Sequences and Constraints.

.3 Pre-installation meetings to verify project requirements, installation instructions and


warranty requirements are required before starting the landscaping.

.4 Concrete pre-pour meetings prior to commencing concrete pours for each project site.

.5 Brief meetings attended by the Contractors key personnel, the Contract Administrator
and as required, the Citys representative every week to review the 14-day detailed work
plan submitted to the Contract Administrator by the Contractor, in accordance with
Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints.

.6 The Contractor shall accommodate site tours of the project sites and tunnels by City
staff, politicians and Consultant staff,
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 5 OF 5

.1 The Contractor shall provide Health and Safety orientation and site orientation to
all attendees.
.2 The Contract Administrator will provide the Contractor a minimum of one (1)
weeks notice prior to a site tour.
.3 The Contractor shall accommodate a maximum of six (6) tunnel and site tours in
each calendar year that the project is underway.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION

CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01310
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL PROGRESS SCHEDULES
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 2

Part 1 General

1.1 DESCRIPTION

.1 This Section specifies requirements for Construction Schedule.

1.2 RELATED SECTION AND REFERENCES

.1 Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints

.2 City of Ottawa General Special Provision No. D-010-A Work Schedule and Cash Flow
Forecast

1.3 CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITIES

.1 Prepare and submit to the Engineer an Estimated Construction Progress Schedule


including a comprehensive work breakdown schedule complete with sequencing or
implementation of each work task and work package within fourteen (14) working days
of award of Contract in PDF and Microsoft Project or Primavera/P6 format, showing
dates for, but not limited to the following.
.1 General mobilization and other preliminary activities at each site
.2 TBN mobilization and other preliminary activities at each site
.3 Submission of Shop Drawings, product data, material lists and samples. All
required submittals shall be included within the project schedule.
.4 Delivery of major equipment and facilities.
.5 Commencement and completion of work of each section of the specification with
proposed sequencing of the construction of each of the major contract components
as required by and described in the plans and specifications. Identify key
milestones as specified in Section 01117 to show that the schedule will meet these
deadlines. The schedule shall identify blackout periods and specific dates where
work is not permitted at each site as per the schedule constraints outlined in
Section 01117. Any and all facility shutdowns must be temporary, scheduled and
approved by the Engineer. Any and all un-scheduled shutdowns are the
responsibility of the Contractor. Thus all or any additional labour, testing, material
and equipment required by the City to correct or assist in co-ordination and
correction of deficiencies as a result of an un-scheduled shutdown is at the
Contractors cost.
.6 Completion, testing, commissioning, start-up and operating of the new equipment
system.
.7 Substantial performance and completion dates within time period required by the
Contract Documents.
.8 General demobilization at each site

.9 TBM demobilization at each site


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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 2 OF 2

.2 Schedule and cash flow forecast shall conform to City of Ottawa General Special
Provision - General No. D-010A Work Schedule and Cash Flow Forecast except as
amended herein.
.3 If the schedule is submitted in Primavera/P6 format, it shall be exportable to Microsoft
Project for reviewing purposes. Should the Contractor utilize Primavera, the Contractor
shall also provide three (3) licenses for the duration of the project to the Contract
Administrator prior to submission of the first schedule.
.4 The contractor shall submit the schedule of material testing within fourteen (14) working
days after the award of the Contract.
.5 Use extra forces and equipment, or revise method of operation when progress of work is
not sufficient to meet Project Schedule.
.6 Reviews of work progress, based on Construction Schedule, will be conducted by the
Engineer and schedule updated by Contractor in conjunction with and subject to
approval of the Engineer.
.7 Construction schedule shall be updated monthly with the payment schedule for the
duration of the Contract. No payment will be made to the Contractor until such time as
an updated project schedule is submitted to, and reviewed by, the Contract Administrator.
.8 Add detail to the schedule as major work components draw closer in time, breaking
down major work components (such as mechanical, electrical, tunneling, shaft works,
etc.) into smaller more specific tasks.

.9 Include Communique Process and associated lead time in the project schedule as
identified in Section 01117.

1.4 CONSTRUCTION CONSTRAINTS

.1 Refer to Section 01117 Construction Sequences and Constraints for other requirements

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

END OF SECTION
CITY OF OTTAWA SECTION 01330
COMBINED SEWAGE STORAGE TUNNEL SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES
CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 1 OF 20

Part 1 General

1.1 SUMMARY

.1 This section defines the submittals to the Owner, or his designate, necessary before,
during and after construction, which include, as a minimum, the items identified in the
submittal list provided as supplemental information to this Section. The Contractor is
made aware that the list of submittals is not comprehensive, is provided for Contractor
reference and that the submittal requirements outlined in each specification Section shall
govern over the list. The Contractor shall not rely on the list and shall prepare their own
submittals list based on the specifications as a whole as per the requirements outlined
herein.

.2 For submittals facsimile transmissions will not be acceptable.

.3 Do not proceed with work until the Engineer reviews relevant submissions.

.4 Refer to individual sections for other submission requirements.

.5 The Contractor is to produce and submit separate submittals for each site.. This includes
submittals related to works to take place at Site 6. Submittals that are general for all sites
may be provided as a single package for all sites, if permitted by the Contract
Administrator, except where the work at any site requires submittal to and approval by an
external party to the project (NCC, PWGSC, Parks Canada).

1.2 RELATED SECTIONS AND REFERENCES

.1 Section 01010 - Summary of Work

.2 Section 01117 - Construction Sequences and Constraints

.3 Section 01310 - Progress Schedules

.4 Section 01355 - Waste Management and Disposal

.5 Section 01705 - Contract Work Health and Safety Clauses

.6 Section 01750 - Operations and Maintenance Manual

.7 Section 01780 - Closeout Submittals

.8 Section 01810 - Commissioning

.9 City of Ottawa Special Provision No. General NO. D-018 Requirements for Concrete,
Hot Mix Asphalt and Granular Materials

.10 City of Ottawa Special Provision No. General NO. D-010-A Work Schedule and Cash
Flow Forecast
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 2 OF 20

1.3 ADMINISTRATIVE

.1 Submit to the Engineer a list of submittals for review within twenty (20) working days of
the Award of the Contract and receipt of Order to Commence Work. Submit with
reasonable promptness and in orderly sequence so as not to cause delay in Work. Failure
to submit in ample time is not considered sufficient reason for an extension of Contract
Time and no claim for extension by reason of such default will be allowed.

.2 Work affected by submittal shall not proceed until review is complete.

.3 Present shop drawings, product data and samples in SI Metric units.

.4 Where items or information is not produced in SI Metric units, converted values are
acceptable.

.5 Review submittals prior to submission to Engineer. This review represents that necessary
requirements have been determined and verified, or will be, and that each submittal has
been checked and co-ordinated with requirements of Work and Contract Documents.
Submittals not stamped, signed, dated as reviewed by the Contractor and identified as to
specific project will be returned without being examined and shall be considered
rejected.

.6 Notify the Engineer, in writing at time of submission, identifying deviations from


requirements of Contract Documents stating reasons for deviations.

.7 Verify that field measurements and affected adjacent Work are coordinated.

.8 Contractor's responsibility for errors and omissions in submission is not relieved by


Engineer's review of submittals.

.9 Contractor's responsibility for deviations in submission from requirements of Contract


Documents is not relieved by the Engineers review.

.10 Keep one reviewed copy of each submission on site for reference during the
construction.

.11 Refer to other individual sections for specific requirements on shop drawing submission.

1.4 PROCEDURES

.1 Direct all submittals to the Engineer.

.2 Unless indicated otherwise, submit one (1) electronic copy and upon request by the
Engineer four (4) paper copies of all submittals.

.3 Electronic Submittals:
.1 Each electronic submittal shall be searchable in Adobe Acrobat Portable
Document Format (PDF).
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 3 OF 20

.2 Electronic submittal that contains more than 10 pages in PDF format shall contain
internal book marking from an index page to major sections of the document.
.3 All shop drawings shall be discrete (individual files for each piece of equipment)
native PDF files.
.4 Each shop drawing shall be searchable (i.e. native PDF file, not photocopy or
otherwise).
.5 PDF files shall be set to open Bookmarks and Page view.
.6 Include a copy of the Transmittal of Contractors Submittal form with each
electronic submittal.
.7 Submit new electronic files for each resubmittal.
.8 Detailed procedures for handling electronic submittals will be discussed at the
preconstruction meeting.
.9 Submittals without electronic copies will be rejected by the Engineer.

.4 List of Submittals:
.1 Within twenty (20) working days of receiving the Order to Commence Work,
submit a complete list of submittals.
.2 For each Specification Division, the Contractor shall provide a table listing all the
submittals anticipated for that Specification Division. The table shall include the
following information as a minimum:
.1 Specification Division, Section and relevant paragraph number(s)
.2 List of submittals for the Division and associated Sections
.3 Shop drawings associated with each submittal
.4 Revision and status for each submittal
.5 Anticipated submission date for each submittal

.5 Transmittal of Submittal:
.1 Accompany each submittal with a transmittal letter, containing:
.1 Project title and number
.2 Date of Submittal
.3 Names of Contractor, Subcontractor or Supplier, and manufacturer as
appropriate
.4 Numbering and Tracking System:
.1 Sequentially number each submittal
.2 Resubmission of submittal shall have original number with sequential
alphabetic suffix
.5 Name, tag No. and quantity of equipment/system included in each submittal
.6 Specification section and paragraph to which submittal applies
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CONTRACT NO. ISD14-2036 PAGE 4 OF 20

.7 Deviation or variation from Contract Documents


.8 Contractors stamp, signature and statement to certify that the submittal has
been reviewed, checked, and approved for compliance with Contract
Documents
.9 Include the Contractor's written response to each of the Engineer's review
comments with resubmission of submittals stamped "Revise and Resubmit"
.10 Other pertinent data

.6 Processing Time:
1. Time for review shall commence on Engineer's receipt of submittal
2. The Engineer will act upon the Contractor's submittal and transmit response
to Contractor not later than 15 working days after receipt, unless otherwise
specified
3. Resubmittals will be subject to same review time
4. Allow additional review time for complex equipment and systems
5. No claims will be allowed that arise because of delays in re-submissions and
review of shop drawings

.7 Resubmittals:
.1 Clearly identify each correction or change made and include revision date.
.2 Provide clear response to each itemized comment by the Engineer on the
submittal, whether or not action has been taken, and description of action.
.3 No adjustment of Contract Times or Price will be allowed due to delays in
progress of Work caused by rejection and subsequent resubmittals.
.4 The Contractor is noted that the first two submissions of each submittal (original
submittal and subsequent resubmittal) will be reviewed at no charge to the
Contractor. Any cost for processing/reviewing submittals which have been
reviewed two times will be deducted from the contract amount owed to the
Contractor.

.8 Incomplete Submittals:
.1 The Engineer will return entire submittal for the Contractor's revision if
preliminary review deems it incomplete.
.2 When any of the following are missing, submittal will be deemed incomplete:
.1 Transmittal of Contractor's submittal, completed and signed
.2 Insufficient number of copies
.3 All requested information is not provided
.4 Submittals missing Professional Engineer's seal and signature, where it is
required
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1.5 CONSTRUCTION AND PAYMENT SCHEDULES

.1 A construction and payment schedule for the work is to be submitted by the Contractor
within 14 calendar days after the award of the Contract.

.2 The initial construction schedule will show clearly, in weekly stages, the proposed
progress on the main items, structures and sub-trades of the contract, and shall indicate
where applicable the labour construction crews, plant and equipment to be employed.

.3 Provide the revised construction schedule every 14 calendar days after the first
submission, providing additional detail as major work components draw closer in time.

.4 The payment schedule will provide proposed monthly payments in relation to the
construction schedule to assist the Engineer in project financing and payment
certificates.

.5 Reference Section 01310 - Progress Schedules and Section 01117 Construction


Sequences and Constraints for other details related to Construction Schedule.

1.6 SHOP DRAWINGS AND PRODUCT DATA

.1 Refer to CCDC 4-2011 GC 3.10.

.2 The term "shop drawings" means drawings, diagrams, illustrations, schedules,


performance charts, brochures and other data which are to be provided by Contractor to
illustrate details of a portion of Work.

.3 Indicate materials, methods of construction and attachment or anchorage, erection


diagrams, connections, explanatory notes and other information necessary for completion
of Work. Where articles or equipment attach or connect to other articles or equipment,
indicate that such items have been coordinated, regardless of Section under which
adjacent items will be supplied and installed. Indicate cross references to design
drawings and specifications.

.4 Allow fifteen (15) working days for Consultant's review of each submission.

.5 Adjustments made on shop drawings by Consultant are not intended to change Contract
Price. If adjustments affect value of Work, state such in writing to Consultant prior to
proceeding with Work.

.6 Make changes in shop drawings as Consultant may require, consistent with Contract
Documents. When resubmitting, notify Consultant in writing of any revisions other than
those requested.

.7 Accompany submissions with transmittal letter, containing:


.1 Date
.2 Project title and number
.3 Contractor's name and address
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.4 Identification and quantity of each shop drawing, product data and sample
.5 Other pertinent data

.8 Submissions shall include:


.1 Date and revision dates
.2 Project title and number
.3 Name and address of:
.1 Subcontractor
.2 Supplier
.3 Manufacturer
.4 Contractor's stamp, signed by Contractor's authorized representative certifying
approval of submissions, verification of field measurements and compliance with
Contract Documents.
.5 Details of appropriate portions of Work as applicable:
.1 Fabrication
.2 Layout, showing dimensions, including identified field dimensions, and
clearances
.3 Setting or erection details
.4 Capacities
.5 Performance characteristics
.6 Standards
.7 Operating weight
.8 Wiring diagrams
.9 Single line and schematic diagrams
.10 Relationship to adjacent work.

.9 After Consultant's review, distribute copies.

.10 Submit electronic shop drawings for each requirement requested in specification
Sections and as consultant may reasonably request. Hard copy shop drawing prints may
be required at the discretion of the Consultant and Owner. Electronic shop drawings
shall conform to the following requirements:
.1 All shop drawings shall be discreet (individual files for each piece of equipment)
native PDF files.
.2 Each shop drawing shall be searchable (i.e. native PDF file, not photocopy or
otherwise).
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.11 Submit electronic copies of product data sheets or brochures for requirements requested
in specification Sections and as requested by Consultant where shop drawings will not be
prepared due to standardized manufacture of product. Electronic copies shall conform to
the following requirements:
.1 All files shall be discreet native PDF files (individual files for each piece of
equipment).
.2 Each file shall be searchable (i.e. native PDF file, not photocopy or otherwise).

.12 Delete information not applicable to project.

.13 Supplement standard information to provide details applicable to project.

.14 If upon review by Consultant, no errors or omissions are discovered or if only minor
corrections are made, copies will be returned and fabrication and installation of Work
may proceed. If shop drawings are rejected, noted copy will be returned and
resubmission of corrected shop drawings, through same procedure indicated above, must
be performed before fabrication and installation of Work may proceed.

.15 The review of shop drawings by the Consultant is for sole purpose of ascertaining
conformance with general concept. This review shall not mean that Consultant approves
detail design inherent in shop drawings, responsibility for which shall remain with
Contractor submitting same, and such review shall not relieve Contractor of
responsibility for errors or omissions in shop drawings or of responsibility for meeting
all requirements of construction and Contract Documents. Without restricting generality
of foregoing, Contractor is responsible for dimensions to be confirmed and correlated at
job site, for information that pertains solely to fabrication processes or to techniques of
construction and installation and for co-ordination of Work of all sub-trades.

.16 Material and equipment delivered to the construction site will not be paid until the
pertinent drawings and product data have been reviewed and accepted.

.17 Keep one copy of the reviewed drawing at the site of the work for reference during the
construction.

1.7 SAMPLES

.1 Submit samples of materials to be used in the work for review as requested in


respective specification Sections. Generally, if no number is specified, two samples
will be required for architectural materials and one sample of metal and mechanical
items. The detailed specifications may state actual number of the samples required. Refer
to Section 01450 Quality Control for requirements for samples of concrete, asphalt,
granular and other materials.

.2 Do not use material in the work which is in any way inferior to the samples submitted
and reviewed. Match accepted samples.

.3 Review of samples notwithstanding, materials that are unsound or imperfect when


delivered to site will be rejected.
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.4 Identify samples by project name and number, date, name of Contractor and all other
pertinent information.

.5 Retain reviewed samples on site readily available to the Engineer.

.6 Where colour, pattern or texture is criterion, submit full range of samples.

.7 Notify Engineer in writing, at time of submission of deviations in samples from


requirements of Contract Documents.

.8 Make changes in samples which Engineer may require, consistent with Contract
Documents.

.9 Reviewed and accepted samples will become standard of workmanship and material
against which installed Work will be verified.

1.8 TESTS AND REPORTS

.1 Refer to individual specification sections and the below general details. Also refer to
Section 01750 Operation and Maintenance Manual.

.2 Insofar as practical, test materials and equipment on site. Where shop test is necessary,
give two (2) weeks prior notice in writing of shop test date. The Owner reserves the
right to be present at the testing and/or the Engineer to be present.

.3 Complete an equipment report prior to site testing each item. During testing complete the
remainder of the equipment report. Submit the reports for inclusion in the Installation,
Operation and Maintenance manual.

.4 Before operating equipment, engage the services of a qualified manufacturer's service


representative to inspect, operate, test and adjust the equipment after installation.

.5 Submit the manufacturer's representative's signed report describing in detail the


inspection, tests and adjustments made, quantitative results and suggestions for
precautions to be taken for correct maintenance. Verify that the equipment and its
installation conforms to the requirements of the Contract for the service intended and is
ready for permanent operation. Submit copies of report for binding into the installation,
operation and maintenance manuals.

.6 Inspection includes:

.1 Soundness (without cracked or otherwise damaged parts)


.2 Completeness of installation as specified and as recommended by manufacturer
.3 Correctness of setting, alignment and relative arrangement of various parts of
system
.4 Verification of compliance with operating requirements
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.7 Operate, test and adjust equipment to prove that it is correctly installed to operate under
the intended conditions.

.8 Equipment shall only be accepted after completion of all related commissioning


activities and receipt and review by the Engineer of the manufacturers representative
report and all completed reports included in the commissioning section of the Operation
and Maintenance Manual.

.9 Submit notice in writing at least 48 hours before manufacturer's representative is


scheduled to perform these services.

.10 Modify or replace equipment or materials failing required tests.

.11 Perform additional testing required due to changes of materials requested by Contractor
or due to failure of materials or construction to meet specifications.

1.9 INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

.1 Reference Section 01750 - Operations and Maintenance Manual for details related to this
item

1.10 EQUIPMENT TESTING AND FACILITY COMMISSIONING PLANS

.1 Reference Section 01810 - Commissioning

1.11 INTERFERENCE DRAWINGS

.1 Before installation of structural, mechanical and electrical systems, prepare an integrated


set of interference drawings in cooperation with all trades.

.2 Submit two (2) hard copies and one (1) electronic copy of the Interference Drawings to
the Engineer for information.

.3 Show on Drawings locations and relationship of all trades in odour control rooms,
electrical equipment rooms, pipe spaces, and underground structures. Show on Drawings
electrical conduits and pipes to be cast into structural slabs, shafts, tunnel wall, walls and
columns.

.4 As the work progresses prepare and submit updated interference drawings.

.5 After discussion with Owner and Engineer make necessary relocations due to
interference of trades, as a result of incomplete drawings, at no additional cost.

.6 After discussion with Owner or his designated representative make necessary relocations
due to interference of trades, as a result of incomplete drawings, at no additional cost.

1.12 PENETRATION DRAWINGS

.1 Provide drawings detailing all penetrations through walls, floors and ceilings for
mechanical and electrical installations. Identify items that are cast-in-place, sleeved etc.
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Identify details of penetrations. Provide schedule of components to be used in


penetrations. Clearly identify location of penetration from grid lines/walls. Provide
center line elevations. Drawings to be submitted as shop drawings. Work that contains
penetrations will not be allowed to commence until drawings are approved.

1.13 RECORDING AS-BUILT CONDITIONS

.1 Refer to Section 01780 Closeout Submittals

1.14 SHOP DRAWINGS FOR TEMPORARY WORKS

.1 Submit for review shop drawings of temporary works which:


.1 Control the dimensions and locations of any part of the structures to be
constructed under the contract;
.2 Impose loads on parts of the works which are still under construction or on
existing structures.

.2 Submit shop drawings for review. Payment will not be made for work started or
completed without the required drawing review. Submit shop drawings well in advance
of the time when they are required for construction. Coordinate shop drawings prepared
by different trades so that information is available to prevent conflict or errors where the
work of one trade affects the work of another.

.3 Shop drawings will be reviewed for conformity with the required arrangement and
dimensions of the permanent structures and for general conformity with the
specifications.

.4 If resubmittal is requested, discuss the comments made and resolve all issues raised by
them, then resubmit the shop drawings amended accordingly.

.5 Do not begin construction of temporary works until after the completion of review of the
shop drawings.

.6 Review of the Contractor's drawings does not relieve the Contractor of the responsibility
for the results arising from errors or omissions of design or from the use or abuse of the
temporary works.

.7 Keep one copy of each stamped, reviewed drawing at the site of the work for reference
during the time the construction work is in progress.

.8 Make no change in drawings after they have been reviewed.

.9 Submit shop drawings in SI metric units.

.10 The shop drawings for the temporary work shall be designed and stamped by a
Professional Engineer licensed in the Province of Ontario.
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1.15 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER DESIGN

.1 Where specifications require professional engineer design, such engineer is required to


be licensed in the related discipline in the Province of Ontario. Affix professional stamp
and signature to shop drawings for such items.

1.16 HEALTH AND SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN

.1 The Contractor is to develop and provide a Health and Safety Management Plan that is to
be utilized for the duration of this project. Contractor shall review plan on a monthly
basis to ensure that it is up to date. The Owner/Engineer will be the sole authority on
whether the plan is considered complete.

.2 Detailed health and safety plan for this contract shall clearly identify compliance with
the latest revisions and editions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and
regulations for construction projects.

.3 Refer to Section 01705 Contract Work Health and Safety Clauses for detailed
requirements.

Part 2 Products

2.1 NOT USED

Part 3 Execution

3.1 NOT USED

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION

OVERALL SUBMITTALS LIST

END OF SECTION
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CSST - Submittals List

Section Description When Submitted Turnaround Time


00496 - Escrow Bid Documents Escrow Bid Documents Within three (3) days after Bid Opening Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Minimum of sixty (60) working days prior to
01015 - Contractor's Use of Premises Staging Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencing the Work
Following installation of electrical and pressure
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Quality Control Submittals Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
piping works
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Inspection Schedule Within two (2) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Permit to Perform Work in the Waters and along the Shorelines Within ten (10) working days prior to
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
of the Rideau River commencement of work at these locations
Within ten (10) working days prior to
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Parks Canada, PWGSC, NCC permits Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of work at these locations
Within ten (10) working days prior to
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Authorization for Vehicular Access Form Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of work at Site 6
Within ten (10) working days prior to
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Consent to Criminal Record Verification Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of work at Site 6
Within ten (10) working days prior to
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Supply Manual 8.13 Annex: Integrity Framework Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of work at Site 6
Within ten (10) working days prior to
01060 - Regulatory Requirements Parliamentary Precinct Communiques Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of work near Site 6
Not less than fourteen (14) days prior to
01080 - Manufacturers' Services Training Schedule to Owner's operating staff Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
designated training dates
Not less than fourteen (14) days prior to
01080 - Manufacturers' Services Lesson Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
designated training dates
Not less than thirty (30) days prior to
01100 - Special Project Procedures Archeological Risk Management Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
mobilization
Following repair of damage to private property
01100 - Special Project Procedures Property Owner's Letter of Release Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
or easements
01100 - Special Project Procedures Utility Owner's Letter of Release Following repair of damage to utilities Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
01117 - Construction Sequences and
Detailed Sequence of Work Within two (2) weeks of contract award Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Constraints
01117 - Construction Sequences and Minimum of fourteen (14) days prior to
Flow Management Plans Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Constraints commencing the Work
Within thirty (30) days of receiving Order to
01119 - Preservation and Protection Pre-Construction Survey Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Commence Work
Within thirty (30) days of receiving Order to
01119 - Preservation and Protection Vibration Monitoring Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Commence Work
Within thirty (30) days of receiving Order to
01160 - Erosion and Sediment Control Erosion and Sediment Control Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Commence Work
Within fourteen (14) days after award of
01310 - Progress Schedules Estimated Construction Progress Schedule Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Contract
01310 - Progress Schedules Schedule of Material Testing Within two (2) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Within ten (10) days of receiving Order to
01330 - Submittal Procedures List of Submittals Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Commence Work
01330 - Submittal Procedures Construction and Payment Schedule Within two (2) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
01353 - Special Procedures: Traffic
Traffic Control Plan Within three (3) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Control
01353 - Special Procedures: Traffic
Construction Site Pedestrian Control Plan Within three (3) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Control
01353 - Special Procedures: Traffic
Traffic Protection Plan Within three (3) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Control
01353 - Special Procedures: Traffic
Traffic Management Plan Within three (3) weeks after award of Contract Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Control
01355 - Waste Management and Contaminated Soil and Groundwater Management Plan and Minimum of fourteen (14) days prior to start of
Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Disposal Waste Disposal Plan soil management activities
01450 - Quality Control Quality Control Submissions and Reports As specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
01560 - Temporary Barriers and Not less than thirty (30) days before work at
Fence and Barrier Shop Drawings Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Enclosures sites requiring engineered barriers
Not less than ten (10) days before start of work
01561 - Environmental Protection Environmental Protection Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
at Site 3a, 3b, 3c, 5, 6
Not less than ten (10) days before start of work
01561 - Environmental Protection Tree Management and Compensation Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
at Site 3a, 3b, 3c, 5, 6
01705 - Contract Work Health and Within ten (10) working days after award of
Health & Safety Management Plan (Site-Specific) Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Safety Clauses Contract
Within ten (10) calendar days after award of
01710 - Tunnel and Shaft Safety Health and Safety Officer Submittal Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Contract
01780 - Closeout Submittals Draft and Final Operation and Maintenance Manual Four (4) weeks prior to start of commissioning Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Eight (8) weeks before planned start of any
01810 - Commissioning Commissioning Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
testing or pre-commissioning activities
Two (2) weeks prior to the planned start of pre-
01810 - Commissioning Final Commissioning Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning
01810 - Commissioning Certificate of Readiness to Install (Form 101) Upon approval by manufacturer for installation Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Upon successful completion of field, functional,
01810 - Commissioning Certificate of Equipment Satisfactory Performance (Form 103) Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
performance tests
Prior to or in tandem with submission of
01810 - Commissioning Pre start-up and calibration reports Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning plan
Minimum of two (2) weeks prior to any
01810 - Commissioning Test documentation forms Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
functional testing
At least two (2) weeks prior to entering into the
01810 - Commissioning Equipment test plans and results of field testing Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning phase
At least two (2) weeks prior to entering into the
01810 - Commissioning Manufacturer's Certificate of Proper Installation (Form 102) Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning phase
At least two (2) weeks prior to entering into the
01810 - Commissioning FAT & Functional Test Plans Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning phase
At least two (2) weeks prior to entering into the
01810 - Commissioning Certificates of Instrument Calibration Sheets Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning phase
At least two (2) weeks prior to entering into the
01810 - Commissioning Field Verified Control Circuit Loop Diagrams Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning phase
At least two (2) weeks prior to entering into the
01810 - Commissioning Commissioning and Equipment Start-up plans Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commissioning phase
Fifteen (15) days prior to Substantial
01810 - Commissioning Commissioning Report Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Performance
Schedule of Time and Date for Demonstration and Training At least two (2) weeks prior to designated
01820 - Demonstration and Training Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Sessions training dates
Lesson Plan for each session, All training manuals, handouts,
reference materials, etc., and Date, Time and subject of each No later than two (2) weeks prior to training
01820 - Demonstration and Training Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
session with identity and qualifications of individuals to be sessions
conducting training
At least one (1) week prior to scheduled training
01820 - Demonstration and Training Manufacturer's Operation and Maintenance Manuals Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
sessions
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Section Description When Submitted Turnaround Time


Within one (1) week after completion of
01820 - Demonstration and Training Reports Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
demonstration
01820 - Demonstration and Training Electronic version of training documents (searchable PDF) Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Minimum of thirty (30) days prior to
02140 - Groundwater Control Control of Construction Water Plan commencement of any tunnel, shaft or other Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
excavation
Minimum of thirty (30) days prior to
02140 - Groundwater Control Construction Water Discharge Plan commencement of any tunnel, shaft or other Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
excavation
At least thirty (30) working days before
02150 - Excavation Support System Shop Drawings of the Excavation shoring and bracing systems Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of shoring work
Method Statements for the construction of the sealed and non- At least forty (40) working days before
02150 - Excavation Support System Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
sealed shafts commencement of shoring work
At least forty (40) working days before
02150 - Excavation Support System Steel producer's mill test data and certification Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of shoring work
At least forty (40) working days before
02150 - Excavation Support System Welding Certificate in accordance with CSA W47.1 Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
commencement of shoring work
Copy of written records of any deflections of the excavation
02150 - Excavation Support System Weekly basis Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
system, sewer support and bracing systems
Material and methods for report of damages caused by
02150 - Excavation Support System Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Contractor
02150 - Excavation Support System Field Records Within 48 hours Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
No less than two (2) weeks prior to performing
02222 - Demolition and Removal Demolition Details Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
demolition works
Not less than thirty (30) working days before
02228 - Blasting Controlled Detonations Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
first blasting operation
02228 - Blasting Product Data Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Not less than thirty (30) working days before
02228 - Blasting Blasting Safety Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
first blasting operation
Not less than two (2) working days before each
02228 - Blasting Blasting Plan before each blast Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
blast
02228 - Blasting Blast monitoring records Within 6 hours of each blast Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
02228 - Blasting Qualifications Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
02228 - Blasting Certifications Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Notify the Contract Administrator at least eight
02228 - Blasting Notifications Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
(8) hours before every blast
Certificates signed by manufacturer certifying that materials
02231 - Clearing and Grubbing Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
comply with specified performance characteristics
02231 - Clearing and Grubbing Manufacturer's Installation Instructions Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
02315 - Excavating, Trenching and At least four (4) weeks prior to commencing
Proposed source of fill materials and fill specifications Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Backfilling Work
02315 - Excavating, Trenching and
Samples of type of fill specified in S.P. No: F-3147 Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
Backfilling
02316 - Rock Removal Written proposal of operations for removal of rock Not Specified Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
At least 30 days prior to beginning any shaft
02400 - Shaft Construction Excavation Support System Designer Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
excavation
At least 30 days prior to beginning any shaft
02400 - Shaft Construction Shaft Construction Plan Fifteen (15) working days after receipt
excavation

Following Data and Reports:


-Summary of ground and groundwater conditions encountered;
-As-built record of abandoned excavation support system;
02400 - Shaft Construction During work Fifteen (15) working days after receipt