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PEST CONTROL AND ELIMINATION SERVICES

(contract last updated 08/30/2019)

SCOPE: Contract for the purchase of  Pest Control and Elimination Services.

 

The University of Wisconsin-Madison occupies 936 acres at the main University campus. Most of the academic buildings have pest control and elimination services provided by a University employee employed by University Facilities, Planning and Management.  Housing, Athletics, and most research buildings need to contract out for these services for a variety of reasons.


CONTRACT # DESCRIPTION
14-5440 PEST CONTROL AND ELIMINATION SERVICES
CONTRACT ORIGIN: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
UW-Madison
Purchasing Services
21 N Park St, Ste 6101
Madison, WI 53715-1218
UW-Madison users contact:
Dave Brinkmeier
(608) 262-1323 FAX (608) 262-4467
david.brinkmeier@wisc.edu
  Non-UW-Madison users contact: Vendor Representative
COOPERATIVE PURCHASING: YES
CONTRACT TERM: July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2016, with automatic renewal extensions to June 30, 2020, unless amended, cancelled or rebid. unless amended, cancelled or rebid.
To visit the Safety Department for information on the Campus Pesticide Usage Policy use the following address: www.fpm.wisc.edu/safety/

Vendor(s)
139430
Plunketts Pest Control
40 NE 52nd Way
Fridley  MN  55421
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
Ken Bateson 877-571-7100 763-571-7103
CELL PHONE #: 262-719-7781  
E-mail: kbateson@plunketts.net
  PHONE # FAX #
Ordering/Expediting: 763-502-1720 763-571-7103
Invoice Information: 402-926-8007 763-571-7103
Supplier Diversity Reporting: 763-502-1735 763-571-7103
Website: www.plunketts.net
Commodity Code 910-59
988-72
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 41-0840310
F.O.B.  “I” F.O.B. DESTINATION FREIGHT PREPAID INCLUDED AND INSTALLED
“V” F.O.B.  SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Terms: N/30
Invoicing: Net - per monthly rate
Pricing Information: Click here for pricing.

SPECIFICATIONS AND LOCATIONS

 

1. The Contractor will furnish all professional pest/control elimination services including, labor, materials, pesticides, tools, equipment, insurance, permits and fees necessary for control or elimination of flying and crawling insects, pest and rodent control,  to achieve the efficient, sanitary and ecologically sound operation of the services.  The desired goal is for a contractor to provide the services necessary to keep the University buildings pest-free.


2. The Contractor will be required to document that they are providing vermin control services and have log books documenting those services for all facilities. Monthly inspection reports must be sent to each location and must be emailed monthly if requested.


3. The Contractor shall supply all equipment needed to provide service.  These may include ladders to reach all service areas, flashlights and traps.  At no time shall the contractor use University equipment, tools or traps.


4. "Pests" are defined as, but not limited to the following:  American, brown banded, Oriental, German and smoky brown cockroaches, ants, silverfish, rats, mice, raccoon, opossum, bedbugs, flies, wasps, hornets, bees, spiders, ticks "sewer flies", house flies, fruit flies, flour beetles, and other such vermin. 


5. Contractor shall be financially responsible for obtaining all required permits, licenses and bonds to comply with pertinent Board of Regents, University of Wisconsin System regulations, and municipal, county, state and federal laws, and shall assume liability for all applicable taxes.


6. Employee Identification:  All Contractors’ employees, while working on University property, should wear a clearly displayed identification badge (provided by the Contractor at the Contractor’s cost) showing they are employees of the contractor.  Badges must be available but will not be required to be worn when protective clothing and respiratory protection is required. 


a. Contractor shall have in its employ, or under its control, sufficient qualified and competent personnel to perform work promptly and in accordance with a schedule or work program, as approved by the University.  Workers shall act appropriately and professionally at all times.  Offensive language or actions are not acceptable.  The University shall have the absolute right to require replacement of any employee the University deems objectionable to work on University projects.


7. ACCESS TO FACILITIES:  Unless otherwise restricted by the Department, Contractor's employees will have access to all locations.  Contractor employees shall be subject to the University site's security procedures.


8. COOPERATION WITH OTHER VENDORS OR CONTRACTORS:  In the event that the University enters into agreements with other contractors for other types of work, Contractor agrees that its personnel will fully cooperate with such other vendors or contractors.  Contractor's personnel shall not commit any act which will interfere with the performance of work by any other contractor or by the University.


9.  In addition to treating and monitoring the many on campus locations, the Contractor shall also treat and monitor the underground connecting sewer piping system.

LOCATION 1 -- DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY:  Treatment Frequency:  Monthly for each location.


1.   FOUNDATION SEEDS, 1575 Linden Drive, Moore Hall.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Pat Flannery 262-3356


2.   FOUNDATION SEEDS, ARLINGTON SEEDS FACILITY, County Trunk K, Madison, WI  53911.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Nathan Brickl 608-846-9761


LOCATION 2 -- PRIMATE RESEARCH.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Bonnie Friscino 608-890-1142 friscino@primate.wisc.edu or Samantha Block sblock@primate.wisc.edu


3&4. WISCONSIN PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER (WPRC) BUILDINGS:
        1223 Capitol Court, ~35,000 total sq.ft.
        1220 Capitol Court, ~65,000 total sq.ft.

Both buildings contain animal housing areas for non-human primates (six floors), wet labs (3 floors), and office space (4 floors). 
 
 3-7.  PRIMATE CENTERS:
      1223 Capitol Court, 16,900 total sq.ft. (Basement 3,600, 1st floor 3,600, 2nd 3,900, 3rd 3,000; 4th 2,800)
      1220 Capitol Court, 21,000 total sq.ft. (Basement 7,000, 1st floor 7,000, 2nd floor 7,000)
      35 N. Orchard, 7,364 total sq.ft.
      Harlan Building, Blue Mounds, 274/276, 2894 Erbe Road, Blue Mounds, WI
      Primate Vivarium, 1111 Highland Avenue
Weekly Service, Preventative for rodents, crawling & flying insects.

 

Special requirements:


*      All staff working in the buildings must test negative for tuberculosis.  Evidence of this testing must be provided to the WPRC at the initiation of the contract and at least every six months.

*      Elimination of all cockroaches and any reinvestigations

*      Forty eight hour response to complaints of reinvestigation

*      A surveillance program must be in place to monitor for reinvestigation of cockroaches.  This program will include monitoring at least 10% of all animal housing rooms on each floor and must be rotated to a new area every two weeks.   All surveillance devices will be check weekly.

*      A weekly surveillance report will be generated and provided to the WPRC contact person after each visit.  The report will include location of surveillance device, type of device used for surveillance, findings (number and kind of cockroaches), and suggestions for WPRC to assist in elimination process.

*      Upon initial contract start up all staff working in the WPRC will meet with WPRC administration to ensure proper understanding of clothing requirements, safety issues and risks.  All subsequent new staff will report to the PRC contact prior to work commencing in the WPRC.

*      All products (chemicals) being used to eliminate pests will be approved by the WPRC veterinary staff prior to use.    

     

LOCATION 3 -- EXTENSION SERVICES:  Treatment Frequency: Monthly for each location.


 8.  PYLE CENTER - 702 Langdon St., 11,000 sq.ft.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT Mike Siwek 263-1977  Dining rooms, Kitchen, Cafeteria, All Storerooms and employee rest room.
 
9.   ALUMNI CENTER- 650 Lake Street, 11,000 sq.ft.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:   Mike Siwek 263-1977   Dining rooms, Kitchen, Cafeteria, All Storerooms and employee rest room.


10.   LOWELL HALL, 610 Langdon Street, 27,000 sq. ft. TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Joe Way at 262-2514.
      Sub-basement, basement and kitchen area, all storage areas.


LOCATION 4 -- WISCONSIN UNIONS


Treatment Frequency:  Bi-weekly, timed on a mutually agreed basis for Memorial Union and Union South building, and on an ‘as needed basis’ between treatments, as necessary.  Also to be included are monthly treatments of external units (Deli’s operated by the Wisconsin Union on the UW Madison campus. (These are to include “as needed basis’ as well.) The Wisconsin Union expects particular control of American roaches, "sewer flies", house flies, fruit flies, mice, but also to include possible rats, brown banded, Oriental, German and smoky brown roaches, silverfish, ants or flour beetles, or other insect infestations. Current spraying times are as follows:  Memorial Union at 4:30 a.m.  Union South is Fridays at 5:00 a.m.  There will also be times outside of this schedule that service may be required.  Response to these calls must be within a 24-hour period.


Special requirements:


Food Processing Areas:  All insecticides will be applied with crack and crevice or spot treatment using a low pressure pinpoint application to eliminate the possibility of product contamination.  All insecticides to be approved for food service areas.


Exterior Pest Control:  Memorial Union for rat control at Lake Mendota Boathouse.

 11.  MEMORIAL UNION, 800 Langdon Street.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT: Union Facilities Management – Mark Hanson (263-3925)

MEMORIAL UNION LOCATIONS

B163A

Outdoor Rentals

1221

Mezzanine Servery

B160

Boat Storage

1308

Rathskeller

B410

Boat Repairs Center

1348

Cafeteria Servery

B170

Hoofer Club Offices

1314

Deli

B176

Theater Ejector Pump

1346

Cafeteria Counter Area

B178

Theater Condensate Return Room

1354

Loading Dock

B122

Hoofer Advisor Offices

2108

Play Circle Back Stage

B246

Upholstery Storage

2224

Central Reservations Office

B240

Emergency Exit

2306

Tripp Servery

B234

Storeroom #2

2314

Inn Wisconsin Servery

B208

Custodial Storage

3106B

Rosewood Closet

B310

Data Board Room

3106A

Rosewood Servery

B314

Compressor Room

3206

Accounting Office

B318

Fan Room

3308

Third Floor Storage Closet

B308

Equipment Room

3316

Old Madison Servery

B319

Water Softener Room

4128

North Fan Room

B320

Ejector Pump Room

4206

Great Hall Servery

B322

Dish Room

4208

Maid's Storage

B324

Men's Bathroom

 

 

B324A

Store Room

4218

Catering Storage

B350

Store Room

4224

Council Room Servery

B344

Kitchen

4306A

Top Flight Closet

B353

Store Room

4310

Main Offices

B352

Condensate Return Room

4316

Offices

B352

And Ejector Pump Room

4334

Office

B354

Trash Compactor Room

4342

ETC... Hotel

B300L

Trash Collection Room

5102

South Fan Room

B358

Elevator Machine Room

5210

Programming Office

1115

Theater Box Office

5230

WSA Offices

1116

Theater Workshop

5240

Offices

1103A

Green Room Servery

5302

For Commons Fan Room

1208A

Cashier's Office

6202

Central Fan Room

1212B&C

Custodial Storage

 

 

1220

Deli Storage

Exterior

Terrace

 Hotel

 Guest Rooms

Exterior

Brat Stand

12.   UNION SOUTH - 227 North Randall.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Dee Hughes at 263-2531 or Union Facilities Management – Mark Hanson (263-3925).

ROOM NO.

NAME

ROOM NO.

NAME

B102

Games Room

127

Kitchen

B134

Dishroom

127B

Dry Storage

B146

Compactor Room

127D

Trash Room

B100Z

Downveyor Room

130

Snack Bar Counter

B150

Central Storeroom

130A

Dry Storage

B147

Food Dry Storage

140 (Cove Bar)

Serving Area

B144

Food Dry Storage

160

Copper Hearth Servery

B150

Tech Maint Shop

172

Sweet Shop

B121

Locker Room

200 & 227

Kitchen

B123

Locker Room

200Z & 240F

Downveyor & Scrap

B136

Liquor Room

203

Main Office

B442

Food Dry Storage

227 A & D

Kitchen Storage

100B

Loading Dock

302

Program Offices

115

Information Desk

330

Serving Counter

121

Red Oak Grill

 Hotel

Guest Rooms

13. BADGER MARKET IN INGRAHAM


14.  FEED BAG @ VET MEDICINE


15. BADGER MARKET IN MEDICAL SCIENCES CENTER (ICU DELI)


16.  OPEN BOOK CAFÉ IN HELEN C. WHITE LIBRARY


17. E2 ENGINEERING EATERY


18. MICROCOSM CAFÉ


19. CAPITAL CAFÉ IN GRAINGER HALL


20. HIGHLAND GROUNDS IN THE WAISMAN CENTER


21. BADGER MARKET IN THE HEALTH SCIENCES LEARNING CENTER


22. CROSSROADS CAFÉ IN EDUCATION


23. BADGER MARKET IN BIOCHEMISTRY

LOCATION 5 – COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE


24.   BABCOCK HALL DAIRY, 1605 Linden Drive.  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  designated person (see below) and they will determine if they wish a Plant employee to accompany the Technician on rounds.
6:30 AM - 9:00 AM:  Dairy Plant Foreman -- Bill Klein at 265-2726


      Current Treatment Frequency:  Weekly during the following schedule:
      DAIRY STORE – Before 8:00 a.m. or after 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
      After 12:00 NOON Saturday
      DAIRY PLANT -- After 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
      OTHER AREAS OF BUILDING AS DIRECTED OR AS NOTED IN THE LOG BOOK -- After 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

 

25. Babcock Hall Dairy, rooms 78 & 90

 

26. Babcock Hall Food Application Lab, B141

Special Requirements:  The UW Dairy Plant expects control in particular of American roaches, "sewer flies", house flies, fruit flies, mice, but also to include possible rats, brown banded, Oriental, German and smoky brown roaches, silverfish, ants or flour beetles, or other insect infestations.  After each service call, Technician shall complete and present to the Maintenance Supervisor-Technician a completed Operator's Report.  In addition to routine treatments:  Technician shall check the pest control log book located in Room 109 before each treatment, address each entry and initial each entry to signify treatment.

 

LOCATION 6 -- UNIVERSITY HOUSING
For the purposes of this Contract, the Division of Housing shall be administered in 3 sections.  The Contractor shall work with the section coordinators or their designees to assure the needs of the Division of Housing and the Contract requirements are met.

SECTION

COORDINATOR

TITLE

TELEPHONE

Dining Facilities

Univ. Apartments

Residence Halls

Jodi Bodnar

Mario Barcena

Carolyn Bell

Area Asst. Food Director

Custodial Supervisor

Housekeeping Services

 (608) 263-2497

 (608) 262-1530

 (608) 262-1561

 

Special Requirement:  University Housing requests that for all products used, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) must be sent to the Housing Coordinators for their perspective areas be on file before products are used:


RESIDENCE HALLS:


General: Single Student Housing is occupied year round. Any resident room access required by your elimination plan means prior notification to residents and a preference on our part for use of bait rather than chemical spray in resident rooms at all times.
In addition to Contractor’s proposal for treatment, the following services are mandatory for Residence Halls.

  • Contractor to apply treatments in every non-student room, basement corridors, first floor corridors, and pipe chases and to fog trash chutes between semesters and at least 2 weeks before the start of summer conferences and the fall semester.
  • Contractor to provide at minimum monthly treatments in all basement rooms and in all trash/recycling rooms on each floor of every dorm.
  • Contractor must respond to any cockroach, mice and bedbug sightings within 24 hours.
  • Contractor must respond to all phone calls within 24 hours, and have a local phone number available.
  • Contractor must log in at each building’s desk at every visit. Building supervisor or his/her designee must accompany technician during treatment.
  • Contractor must indicate on each service slip the measures taken and any recommendations for prevention.
  • Contractor must provide bedbug heat treatment for confirmed bedbug situations.

Floor plans of these buildings are available upon request.

Keys: Stop at the Turner Office reception area for keys and to inform them of your presence before any treatment is done in Lakeshore residence halls.

 

DINING FACILITIES


Food Service units include Gordon Dining and Event Center, Four Lakes Market (located in DeJope Hall), Rheta’s (located in Chadbourne Hall), Elizabeth Water, Carson Gulley, Holt and Newell’s Deli (located in Smith Hall).

 

A list of the names of the designees to contact in the event the Primary Contact is not available will be given to the awarded Contractor.  Technician may need to treat other areas including the building exterior in order to maintain a satisfactory level of pest control in these buildings.

 

Contractor shall submit a schedule by time, dates, building and location to the Primary Contact for approval.  All call back requests will be initiated by the Primary Contact or his/her designees.  Technicians will pick up the keys from the Unit Food Service Management member on duty. Food Service Managers must accompany technician during treatment of dining areas/buildings and sign-off on invoice.


Bait boxes are to be located throughout the food units as needed by mutual agreement. Fly lights must be checked monthly and changed yearly at minimum. Fly strips and lights to be supplied by the Contractor.


Technician shall provide individual units with 2 copies of the monthly invoice at the time of each monthly check.  The Log book at each location must be checked and signed during every treatment.

Building Name

Building Address

Approx # of rooms

Contact

Dining Included

27. Adams Hall

1520 Tripp Circle

237 resident rooms

262-2427

 

28. Barnard Hall

970 University Ave

144 resident rooms

262-3648

 

29. Bradley Hall

650 Elm Drive

126 resident rooms

262-2751

 

30. Cole Hall

625 Elm Drive

121 resident rooms

262-2751

 

31. Chadbourne Hall with Rheta’s Dining

420 N. Park Street

330 resident rooms

262-3648

Includes Rheta’s dining facility

32. Elizabeth Waters Hall with Dining

1200 Observatory Drive

239 resident rooms

262-3818

Includes a dining facility

33. Phillips Hall

1950 Willow Drive

71 resident rooms

262-2751

 

34. Kronshage Hall

1650 Kronshage Drive

311 resident rooms

262-1737

 

35. Merit Hall

917 W. Dayton

46 resident rooms

262-3648

 

36. Holt Commons Dining

1650 Kronshage Drive

 

263-2497

Dining facility

37. Dejope Hall with Four Lakes Dining

640 Elm Drive

240 resident rooms

262-2751

Includes Four Lakes Dining facility

38. Ogg Hall

835 W. Dayton Street

315 resident rooms

890-1260

 

39. Sellery Hall

821 W. Johnson Street

297 resident rooms

262-9829

 

40. Slichter Hall

625 Babcock Drive

100 resident rooms

262-2427

 

41. Smith Hall with Newell’s Dining

35 N. Park Street

245 resident rooms

890-1260

Includes Newell’s Dining facility

42. Sullivan Hall

635 Elm Drive

131 resident rooms

262-2751

 

43. Tripp Hall

1510 Tripp Circle

240 resident rooms

262-2427

 

44. Witte Hall

615 W. Johnson Street

297 resident rooms

262-9883

 

45. Carson’s Dining

1515 Tripp Circle

 

263-2497

Dining facility

46. Gordon Dining & Event Ctr.

770 W. Dayton Street

 

263-2497

Dining facility

47. Susan Davis Hall

917 W. Johnson Street

29 resident rooms

262-3648

 

48. Zoe Bayliss Hall

915 W. Johnson Street

29 resident rooms

262-3648

 

49. New 32 Hall

1635 Kronshage Drive

86 resident rooms

262-2427

 

Note: Entire buildings are  to be serviced. The number of resident rooms is for informational purposes and the number listed for each building is approximate.       

   

UNIVERSITY APARTMENTS


50. University Houses 144 Apartments (except building 39)


51. Harvey St. Apartments 47 Apartments


52. Eagle Heights 1056 Apartments


53. Apartment Facilities Office and Warehouse


54. Community Center  (Includes Childcare Center)


55. Building 39 at University Houses (Includes Childcare Center)
     
For the purposes of this section, “Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor” means the University Apartments contact person or his/her designees. A list of names of designees to contact, in the event of the Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor’s absence, will be given to the Contractor.

 

Service is required five days per week (Monday through Friday, start time between 9 a.m. and noon) in all areas other than what is specified below. Contractor shall offer service 24 hours per day. All calls for emergencies including but not limited to bedbugs, wasp, and bee infestations, raccoons, squirrels, mice, rats, opossums, bats, etc. received in the a.m. must be responded to in p.m. of the same day; p.m. must be responded to by noon the following work day for service. Response time for non-emergency spraying or treatments shall be within 48 hours. Contractor must take all the necessary safety precautions because of children in the areas.  

 

All related areas in each building shall be treated as necessary. Contractor will leave posting card at every apartment/area treated, University Apartments shall supply these.


Frequency of treatments to be based on eliminating existing infestations and preventing any re-infestations.


Treatments and their locations are listed on work orders and on a calendar at the Apartment Facilities Office. These are treatments in addition to the scheduled basement, Apartment Facilities Office, warehouse, and Community Center locations. They involve specific apartment (300 to 500 estimated per year), vacant apartment (400 estimated per year), and block treatments (15 to 26 estimated per year).


Basement areas are to be treated at minimum monthly, including, but not limited to laundries, storage and boiler rooms. Treatment may occur while servicing an apartment, block spray, or as time allows. All treatments of basement areas must be posted. Posting shall be placed in laundry rooms when they are treated.         


Apartment Facilities Office and Warehouse are to be treated quarterly with additional treatments on an as needed basis. Treatments in these areas shall be performed outside of regular business hours. Saturday or during the week prior to 7:30 a.m. or after 4:30 p.m. is acceptable or as mutually agreed upon.
Community Center Building and Building 39, which includes a licensed day care, is to be treated quarterly with additional treatments as needed and performed prior to 9:30 a.m. or as mutually agreed upon.


Additional treatments for all areas may be needed on an as needed basis; these cannot be charged as additional service.

 

Special Requirements:


Signs or letters to residents shall be placed according to standard industry practice subject to approval by the Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor. 


As apartments are vacated the contractor is to treat as scheduled on calendar by Apartments Facilities staff. These shall be performed during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


Contractor shall submit a daily report to the Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor or his/her designees covering all services rendered.  Re-spray of problem apartments shall be noted in this report and rescheduled by Apartment Facilities.


At any time the Technician perceives there is or may be an infestation condition, the Technician shall notify the Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor.  The form and content of this notification shall include at least the following:

  • On inspection report:  infested area, nature of the infestation, e.g. what did the technician observe, and which other adjacent areas should be inspected/treated.
  • Before leaving premises, Technician shall review the report with the Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor and recommend steps that need to be taken.  If the Apartment Facilities Pest Control Supervisor is not available, contractor shall make a follow-up phone call within 1 working day.

 

Block Treatments:


A. When multiple apartment infestation is reported, the entire group of apartments (block, usually 3 to 4 apartments) as determined by University Apartments is to be treated to eliminate the problem. If the pest problem is not resolved in the first treatment period a second, or more if needed, period of treatments will be required until the problem is under control.  The Apartment Facilities Office is to be notified when this is necessary.  The Apartment Facilities Office will notify all residents of the date and necessary preparations.

 

B. During non-winter seasons, treatment shall include building exteriors.

 

C. Scheduling of Block Treatments:  The University recognizes the most effective and efficient schedule for block treatments is to do all of the apartments in one block at the same time.  However, from time to time, this may not always be possible, e.g. last minute resident illness, irresolvable scheduling conflict.  Therefore:

  • Contractor may need to allow additional time one day prior and one day after a scheduled block treatment to treat apartments which cannot be accessed at the same time as the rest of the block.
  • Contractor shall use methods of treatment which will allow for this alternate manner of block treatments without reducing the effectiveness of the treatment. 

Keys: Contractor will have access to keys at Keywatcher at Apartment Facilities Office.

LOCATION 7 -- Medical School Animal Facilities (LAR):  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Mike Gallardo (262-8914)


56.   MEDICAL SCIENCES CENTER B-WING ANIMAL FACILITIES, 1300 University Ave.  Animal Facilities on 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th floors= 11,121 Sq Ft


57.   BARDEEN/SERVICE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE, 6th and 7th floors, 470 N. Charter St, 6,773 Sq Ft


58.   MCARDLE LABORATORY, 9th floor, 1400 University Ave. 2,156 Sq Ft.


59.   GENETICS & BIOTECHNOLOGY Animal Facility, 425 Henry Mall, 1,058 Sq Ft


60.   RENNEBOHM HALL Vivarium - SCHOOL OF PHARMACY, 777 Highland Ave, 4,620 Sq Ft


61.   MICROBIAL SCIENCE BUILDING VIVARIUM, 1550 Linden Drive, 10,000 Sq Ft


62.   WISCONSIN PSYCHIATRIC INSTITUTE AND CLINICS ANIMAL FACILITIES, 6001 Research Blvd, 1,218 Sq Ft


63.   CLINICAL SCIENCE CENTER (CSC) Modules K4 & L3, 600 Highland Ave, 9,541 Sq Ft


64. Medical Sciences Loading Dock & Exterior


65. McArdle Laboratory Dock & Exterior


66. Rennebohm Loading Dock & Exterior


67. Microbial Science Loading Dock & Exterior


68. Wisconsin Psychiatric Institute and Clinics (WISPIC) Loading Dock and Exterior


69. WISCONSIN INSTITUTES OF DISCOVERY / MORGRIDGE INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH (WID-MIR) VIVARIUM, 309 N. Orchard.  Twice monthly preventative service.


Special requirements – Lab Animal Resources (LAR)


70. WISCONSIN INSTITUTES FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH


* All staff working in the buildings must test negative for tuberculosis. Evidence of this testing must be provided to LAR Safety Officer at the initiation of the contract and at least every six months.
* Elimination of all cockroaches and any re-infestation.
* Monitoring and treating the underground connecting sewer piping system.
* Forty-eight hour response to complaints of re-infestation.

* A surveillance program must be in place to monitor for re-infestation of cockroaches. This program will include monitoring at least 10% of all animal housing rooms in each animal facility and must be rotated to a new area every two weeks. All surveillance devices will be check weekly.
* A weekly surveillance report will be generated and provided to each LAR Animal Facility Supervisor's Office after each visit. The report will include location of surveillance device, type of device used for surveillance, findings (number and kind of cockroaches), and suggestions for LAR to assist in elimination process.
* Upon initial contract start up all staff working in the LAR will meet with LAR Assistant Director and Facilities Supervisors to ensure understanding of clothing requirements, safety issues and risks. All subsequent new staff will report to the LAR contact (each facility supervisor) prior to work commencing in any LAR Animal Facility.
* All products (chemicals) being used to eliminate pests will be approved by LAR Veterinary Staff prior to use.


LOCATION 8  - OTHER SITES: 


71. Waisman Center, 1500 Highland Ave, 7th  Floor Animal Lab:  TECHNICIAN CONTACT:  Jason Pinnow (608) 890-1895
Minimum: Twice monthly service (spring and fall). Monthly service (winter). Elimination of crawling insects, rodent and fly control.
Athletic Department  Technician Contact: Ed Molter, (608) 265-4126

72. Camp Randall, 1440 Monroe Street, Twice monthly service Foodservice and other locations.

73. McClain Facility, 1440 Monroe Street, Monthly insect & rodent control; Quarterly treatment of sewers for roaches.

74. Kohl Center, 601 W. Dayton Street, Twice monthly service. Barrier treatment for spiders April thru September.

75. Porter Boat House, 680 Babcock Drive, monthly service.  Barrier treatment for spiders April through September.

76. University Ridge Golf Course Club House, 9002 Cty Rd PD, Monthly service, Preventative service for rodents, crawling & flying insects.

 

76AAthletic Dept – University Ridge Golf Course Golf Training Facility, 9002 Cty Rd PD, Madison  (fall invader treatment)

 

76B Athletic Dept – University Ridge Golf Course Golf Training Facility, 9002 Cty Rd PD, Madison (preventive service for rodents, crawling and flying insects)

 

77 . LaBahn Arena, 105 E. Campus Mall, monthly service.

 

78. UW Fieldhouse, 1450 Monroe Street. Barrier treatment for spiders April thru September

 

79. UW Health Verona Clinic, TECHNICIAN CONTACT: Mark Shapleigh, (608) 845-9531


UW Health Verona Clinic, 100 N. Nine Mound Road, Verona, WI 53593, Monthly service


Revision History

AMENDMENT #1 (7/26/13): issued to add the Dan McClimon Mmemorial Track Complex.
(7/15/14): updated sales rep information for Plunketts Pest Control.
AMENDMENT #2 (5/30/14): issued to add Medical School Facility – Genetics & Biotechnology, Clinical Science Center (K4 & L3) and WI Institute of Discovery to Location 8.
AMENDMENT #3 (8/22/14): issued to add Harlan Building, Blue Mounds,  to Location 2.
AMENDMENT #4 (10/24/14): issued to add item 23A. Union Warehouse (Raywood),  to Location 4 (Wisconsin Unions). 
AMENDMENT #5 (1/9/15): issued to add item 23B. Badger Market at School of Human Ecology,  to Location 4 (Wisconsin Unions).
(1/21/15): corrected item 49 to read "Leopold Hall" instead of "New 32 Hal: for Plunketts Pest Control.
AMENDMENT #6 (1/30/15): issued to add services and update pricing effective 2/1/15.
AMENDMENT #7 (9/18/15): issued to add a new service to Location 1 (Agronomy, 8502 Mineral Point Road) effective September 17, 2015. 
AMENDMENT #8 (11/6/15): issued to add a new service to Location 8 (Athletic Dept, University Ridge) effective October 26, 2015.
AMENDMENT #9 (1/29/16): issued to add a new service to Location 1 (Agronomy, 8452 Mineral Point Road) effective January 26, 2016.
AMENDMENT #10 (5/6/16): issued to add a new service to location #76B University Ridge Golf Course, Golf Training Facility effective immediately and revise location title of 76 and 76A. 
AMENDMENT #11 (8/3/16): issued to add a new service to location at BioTron Lab 2115 Observatory Dr. effective emmediately.
Amendment #12 (3/23/17): issued to add new service locations (39A and 43A) effective immediately.
Amendment #13 (3/31/17): issued to add new service locations to WISPIC (68A, 68B, 68C, 68D) effective immediately.
Amendment #14 (6/29/17): issued to add new service locations to Location 5 - College of Agriculture (26A and 27A), effective immediately.
Amendment #15 (8/2/18): issued to update Location #3 - Item #8 (Extension Services - Pyle Center), effective immedately.
Amendment #16 (8/13/18): issued to (1) add locations 26C and 26D (Dairy Science - Humphrey Hall and Jorns Hall), effective immediately and (2) revise some of the ITEM numbers.
Amendment #17 (8/31/18): issued to (1) increase the monthly fee for Lowell Hall (Location 3 - Extension Services, item 10) from $60/month to $98/month effective immediately and (2) add service to the Chazen Museum (Location 8 - other sites, item 85) effective September 2018.
Amendment #18 (9/27/18): issued to add service for Gilman Hall (Location 6, Item 49A), Jones Hall (Location 6, Item 49B), Swenson Hall (Location 6, Item 49C), Mack Hall (Location 6, Item 49D), Chamberlain Hall (Location 6, Item 49E) & Turner Hall (Location 6, Item 49F) effective September 1, 2018; revise naming convention for Location 6, Item 34 To: Kronshage Hall (Showerman & Conover); and revise the numbering for Location 8.
Amendment #19 (10/25/18): issued to add service for the Engineering Building (Location 8, Item 79G).
(3/29/19): updated to show price change for item 79G and add items 23C and 79H for services.
(7/11/19): updated to remove item 26C, add item 49G and correct the description for item 34.
(8/30/19): updated to add item 23D, Chazen Deli.
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