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SEALANT WORKER SERVICES

(contract last updated 07/25/2019)

SCOPE: Contract for the purchase of SEALANT WORKER SERVICES, on an as needed basis.

 

This contract is for SEALANT services as needed by the University.  Single jobs shall not exceed the maximum limits allowed under “projects,” and Limited Trades Policies and statutes.  This work falls under the definition of “limited trades work” as defined in Wis. Stats. Ch. 16.70(7). 

 

The University will designate a staff person, hereinafter referred to as the “Owner Representative”, to coordinate the services of the Contractor.

 

All work must be performed in accordance with the State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration (DOA), Division of Facilities Development (DFD), Master Specifications.

CONTRACT # DESCRIPTION
17-5718 SEALANT WORKER SERVICES
CONTRACT ORIGIN: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
UW-Madison
Purchasing Services
21 N Park St, Ste 6101
Madison, WI 53715-1218
UW-Madison users contact:
Brad Bauman
(608) 262-1327 FAX (608) 262-4467
brad.bauman@wisc.edu
COOPERATIVE PURCHASING: YES
CONTRACT TERM: July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2019, with automatic renewal extensions to June 30, 2021, unless amended, cancelled or rebid.

Vendor(s)
134450
B&B Quality Building Restoration of WI LLC
2456 Hwy MM
Fitchburg  WI 53575
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
Dan Forler 608-347-8014 608-807-1400
E-mail dan@bbrest.com
  PHONE # FAX #

Ordering/Expediting:

608-347-8014 608-807-1400

Invoice Information:

608-347-8014 608-807-1400

Returns:

608-347-8014 608-807-1400

Supplier Diversity Reporting:

608-347-8014 608-807-1400
Commodity Code 630-09 / 910-51 / 929-32
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 46-4381675
F.O.B.

F.O.B. Job Site, freight paid by Contractor

“V” F.O.B. SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Terms: N/30
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: Contractor shall warranty all workmanship and materials for a period of one year from date of completion as established by date of final approval by the Ordering Department or payment of final invoice, whichever is later.  The Contractor shall, at no cost to the University, provide labor and materials necessary to correct any defects found during the warranty period.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

NET UNIT BID PRICE

1

SEALANT WORKER, Regular Time

$85.00

2

Percent Markup charged for material costs

15%


Vendor(s)
138451
Proaxis LLC
4438 Robertson Rd
Madison WI 53714
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
Kevin Marquardt 920-344-2376 N/A
E-mail kmarquardt@proaxisllc.com
  PHONE # FAX #

Ordering/Expediting:

608-575-1518 N/A

Invoice Information:

920-344-2376 N/A
Returns: 920-344-2376 N/A

Supplier Diversity Reporting:

608-228-0052 N/A
Website: www.proaxisllc.com
Commodity Code 630-09 / 910-51 / 929-32
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 45-3109009
F.O.B.

F.O.B. Job Site, freight paid by Contractor
“V” F.O.B. SERVICE/MAINTENANCE

Per diem, overnight, expense and travel charges.
Terms: N/30
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: Contractor shall warranty all workmanship and materials for a period of one year from date of completion as established by date of final approval by the Ordering Department or payment of final invoice, whichever is later.  The Contractor shall, at no cost to the University, provide labor and materials necessary to correct any defects found during the warranty period.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

NET UNIT BID PRICE

1

SEALANT WORKER, Regular Time

$85.00

2

Percent Markup charged for material costs

15%


Vendor(s)
133336
Pukall Co Inc

PO Box 769

Cedarburg WI 53012  0769
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
David Pupp 262-375-3800 262-375-3801
E-mail dave@pukall.com
  PHONE # FAX #

Ordering/Expediting:

262-375-3800 262-375-3801

Invoice Information:

262-375-3800 262-375-3801
Returns: 262-375-3800 262-375-3801

Supplier Diversity Reporting:

262-375-3800 262-375-3801
Website: www.pukall.com
Commodity Code 630-09 / 910-51 / 929-32
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 39-1295884
F.O.B.

F.O.B. Job Site, freight paid by Contractor

“V” F.O.B. SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Terms: N/30
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: Contractor shall warranty all workmanship and materials for a period of one year from date of completion as established by date of final approval by the Ordering Department or payment of final invoice, whichever is later.  The Contractor shall, at no cost to the University, provide labor and materials necessary to correct any defects found during the warranty period.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

NET UNIT BID PRICE

1

SEALANT WORKER, Regular Time

$86.84

2

Percent Markup charged for material costs

10%


SPECIFICATIONS

 

Definition:  SEALANT WORKER services shall perform and be expected to follow blueprints or specifications to provide sealants, caulk, membranes and coatings to prevent water damage, fire spread, reinforced concrete corrosion, structural steel damage, building envelope damage, joint damage, and to prevent mold development as follows:

  • Mechanically and/or chemically prepare substrate as required to properly prepare substrate for approved products
  • Conduct minor repairs to substrate as directed
  • Apply primer, joint sealants, epoxy crack injection, waterproof caulk, fire-barrier caulk and spray, shotcrete,  waterproof membrane and/or coating as per manufacturers’ specifications including adequate cure times based on actual site conditions
  • Insure ambient temperatures remain within product specifications throughout application and cure times
  • Provide dust barriers, pedestrian and vehicular traffic control as directed
  • Submit proposed equivalent products information to include product specifications, installation means and methods, and safety data sheets
  • The manufacturer shall warrant the system free of manufacturing defects beginning after substantial completion for one (1) year products and labor.  Contractor shall warrant that the products will bond to the substrate, will not blister, will be free from manufacturing defects, and will otherwise conform to the Product Data Sheets and Chemical Resistance Guides that were in effect at the time of the commencement of installation.
  • Common locations of work include parking ramps, plaza decks, mechanical rooms and chases, wet laboratories, autoclave rooms, and building envelope components - masonry, wood, stone, concrete, precast, EIFS, metal, and glazing.

 

1.        Contract Limitations:  This contract is limited so no single job shall have a total cost, including all parts and labor, greater than the limits set by Limited Trades Policies and Statute. Where releases are given, each release defines the scope of a job; one release per job. 

           No capital equipment shall be purchased on this contract.  A capital equipment item is currently defined as an item which costs more than $5,000.00 AND has a useful life of more than one year. 
           1.1         Maintenance, Repair and Replacement:  Single jobs shall not exceed a total cost exceeding limits identified.  Work falls under the definition of “limited trades work” as defined in Wis. Stats. Ch. 16.70(7).  
           1.2         Materials:  Where releases are given, each release defines the scope of a job; one release per job.
           1.3         Equipment:  No equipment shall be purchased against this Contract. 
           1.4         Tools:  Contractor shall not invoice the University for any tools needed to perform work under this Contract.

 

2.        Compliance With Laws:  Contractor shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and codes regarding working conditions, hours of employment, overtime regulations, methods and rates of pay and any other regulations regarding employer-employee relationships.

 

3.        Post Award Meeting:  The Contractor must attend a Post Award Meeting conducted at a time and place designated by Purchasing, if requested, and/or Owner Representative(s).  All parties in the Contractor’s organization having a supervisory or managerial role in this contract for SEALANT SERVICES including the repair and maintenance may be in attendance.  At this meeting the Contractor shall be prepared to discuss and provide detailed information concerning, but not limited to, the following:

    • Contract Use and Limitations.
    • Regular and Overtime Wage Conditions and Rates.
    • Ordering Work:  Estimates.
    • Prior Notification of Work Start.
    • Access to Facilities.
    • Performance.
    • Emergency work.
    • Removing and disposing of waste materials.
    • Completion of Work/Cleanup and returning the work site to original conditions.
    • Delivery of materials to Job Site.
    • Invoicing.
    • Subcontracting.
    • Parking.

4.        Regular Hourly Wage Rates:  Only actual hours worked (no minimum billings allowed and portal to portal charges not allowed) of any producing SEALANT WORKER engaged in services on the jobs shall be considered in computing the labor hours.  Time of nonproductive SEALANT WORKERS shall not be included in computing the labor hours. 

 

5.        Overtime Hourly Wage Rates:  Overtime hourly Rates are for work performed after Regular Hours as defined in Section 2.2, Monday through Friday, or on Saturday.  Contractor shall be paid on Overtime hourly Rate of 150% (time and ½) of the Single Hourly Rate for services performed during Regular Hours. Overtime rates shall be billed only if prior approval from the Ordering Department was granted.
           5.1         Sunday and Holiday Rates are for work performed on Sundays and Holidays as defined in Section 2.2.  Contractor shall be paid a Sunday and Holiday rate of 200% (2 times) of the Single Hourly Rate for services performed during Regular Hours.

 

6.        Ordering Work:
           6.1            Contractor shall proceed with work only when directed or authorized by receipt of a purchase order or a release number against an existing Contract Blanket Order.
           6.2            The Contractor shall provide upon request a written time and material job estimate (with itemized billing), a time and material not to exceed quote (with itemized billing), at no cost to the University, within five (5) working days from the site visit or verbal request.
           6.3            If the Ordering Department requests service on a firm quote basis (fixed price with no itemized billing), not to exceed the firm quote amount, the Ordering Department may obtain firm quotes from any or as many of the Contractor(s) based on furnished specifications. 

 

7.        Prior Notification of Work Start:
           7.1            All University Buildings (except for UW Housing and Wisconsin Union and Athletic Department):  For all jobs regardless of Ordering Department, the Contractor shall notify Physical Plant’s Central Answering and Response Services (CARS), at 608-263-3333, DAILY prior to starting work in ANY University building and advise of actual physical location (address, building name, room number, etc.) within that building.  Individual departments may work with the Contractor to make this notification once at the beginning of the project and not necessary every day thereafter.  Contractor may presume that job site entry is permitted as soon as phone notice is given; no affirmative response by Physical Plant will be made.

 

8.        Access to Facilities:
           8.1            Contractor shall make arrangements with the Ordering Department for access to University facilities.  The University will provide Contractor with keys required for access to service areas.  NO BUILDING KEYS MAY BE COPIED.  All keys shall remain in the building at all times and must be returned at the end of each day of the job unless previous arrangements have been made.  Contractor's employees shall not admit anyone (except other Contractor employees) to areas controlled by a key in their possession.
           8.2            If keys are lost, Contractor shall reimburse the University for the cost of replacement keys, cores and labor.  This means that Contractor’s replacement cost for lost master keys in some buildings could result in replacement costs of $12,000.00 or more. 

 

9.        Reporting to Job Site: 
           9.1            Employee Identification:  All Contractors’ employees shall, while performing work on University premises, wear a clearly displayed (at shirt pocket height) photo identification badge, provided by the Contractor at the Contractor’s expense, showing they are employees of the Contractor.
           9.2            When a job start date and time has been determined with the Contractor, the Contractor shall be on the job site with adequate tools, be mobilized and ready to perform work at the agreed upon time and date immediately upon arrival.
           9.3         Prior to the beginning of any individual job, the Contractor representative(s) shall make their presence known to the Building Contact as well as meeting the requirements outlined.
           9.4            Upon request, the Contractor must notify the Building Contact or Ordering Department Contact each day when the Contractor’s staff arrives and departs.

 

10.      Performance:
           10.1          Work Standards:  Contractor shall provide all materials, SEALANT WORKER services and perform all work in compliance with:
                     10.1.1   The State of Wisconsin, Department of Administration (DOA), Division of Facilities Development (DFD) Master Specifications.  For more information, refer to the DFD website: http://www.doa.state.wi.us/Divisions/Facilities-Development/Document-Library/Master-Specifications-Design-Guidelines.
           10.2          Contractor shall have in its employ, or under its control, sufficient qualified and competent SEALANT WORKERS who will install complete systems. 
           10.3          The Contractor shall employ only such SEALANT WORKERS as are skilled in the tasks to which they are assigned.  The University reserves the right to require the Contractor to remove and/or not to assign any employee including SEALANT WORKERS the University deems incompetent, careless, insubordinate, or otherwise objectionable to working on University jobs. 
           10.4          Contractor shall perform work in University buildings and outside areas as directed, and shall perform work promptly and in accordance with a schedule or work program, as approved by the Owner Representative. 
           10.5          Contractors shall provide, at Contractor’s expense, all tools of the trade and equipment necessary to perform the work to University specifications.
           10.6          Contractor shall maintain a daily time sheet and material list for every job.
           10.7          Contractor shall ensure that all installations shall be done in a professional manner and be consistent with existing conditions.  Any variations of these conditions must be approved by Owner Representative prior to the work being started.
           10.8          If required, Contractor shall move equipment and/or furniture to perform work. Equipment and/or furniture shall be returned to original condition/settings after work completion.
           10.9          Any equipment, tools or materials owned by the Contractor left on the job site are the Contractors responsibility.  The University does not take any responsibility for these items and their safety.

 

11.    Removal of Debris and Hazardous Waste: 
           11.1            The Contractor shall clean up and remove all non-hazardous debris from the job site, on a daily basis, and dispose of all debris at a State of Wisconsin licensed solid waste landfill.  The Contractor shall not leave debris on University property, in University dumpsters, or in any non-Contractor owned dumpster.  The contractor shall not incinerate debris, and/or dump waste by/in the street or road.
         11.2            If debris could be identified as hazardous waste, Contractor must contact THE UNIVERSITY’S Safety Department at 608-262-8769 for proper hazardous waste disposal procedures.
         11.3            No item, material or components shall be salvaged by the Contractor or any party.

 

12.    Site Restoration:  
The Contractor shall restore job site to original condition to the satisfaction of the Owner Representative.  Contractor shall repair all surfaces, such as wall patching, painting, seals and weather stripping, when required.  The Contractor shall repair all damage to new and existing equipment resulting from its work.  When the job is complete, the Contractor shall remove all tools, excess material and equipment, etc., from the site.

 

13.    Completion of Work:
           13.1            Contractor shall notify the Ordering Department and Owner Representative when work is completed and they are vacating job site.

           13.2            The Ordering Department or an authorized person located at the job site, must sign the work order as an acknowledgment that the work and site restoration has been completed.  After the completion of a job, the Contractor shall leave a work order, which shows the purcAugust 11, 2016b with the Ordering Department or any person authorized by the Ordering Department.  When no authorized person is immediately available to sign the work order, the Contractor shall submit the work order to its own office which will forward it to the Ordering Department.

Revision History:

(7/25/19): updated to show price change for Proaxis LLC, effective July 25, 2019.
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