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ASPHALT REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE

(contract last updated 05/24/2013)

SCOPE: Contract to furnish all labor, material, equipment and tools of the trade to patch, repair, and install bituminous concrete (asphalt) and base as directed by the University for the Construction, Repair and Improvement of asphalt surfaces on the University campus.  All work shall include all necessary surface preparation, including but not limited to, cleaning surfaces, and adjusting manholes, valve boxes and inlets
NOTE: UW Madison users of this contract (unless exempted) must contact Facilities Planning and Management (FPM) staff in order to get prior approval before any work can begin by the Contractor. Please see Purchasing Policies and Procedures (PPP) #4 (Exceptions/ Approvals/ Special Handling) for requirements at http://www.bussvc.wisc.edu/purch/ppp4.html Exceptions to this policy are noted in the PPP section.

CONTRACT # DESCRIPTION
13-5926 ASPHALT REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
CONTRACT ORIGIN: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
UW-Madison
Purchasing Services
21 N Park St, Ste 6101
Madison, WI 53715-1218
UW-Madison users contact:
Lori Voss
(608) 262-5936 FAX (608) 262-4467
lvoss@bussvc.wisc.edu
SPECIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED FROM: UW Madison Physical Plant
Central Answering and Response Service
608-263-3333
  Non-UW-Madison users contact: Vendor Representative
COOPERATIVE PURCHASING:

YES:  DRS Ltd

NO: Payne & Dolan Inc and Wolf Paving Company Inc
CONTRACT TERM: May 1, 2013 through April 30, 2016, with automatic renewal extensions to April 30, 2018, unless amended, cancelled or rebid.

Vendor(s)
066131
DRS LTD
2534 S Fish Hatchery Rd
Madison WI 53711
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
David Finnerud 608-513-6093 608-273-2468
E-mail drsprep@gmail.com
cs@drspaving.com
  PHONE # FAX #
Ordering/Expediting: 608-274-4932 608-273-2468
Invoice Information: 608-274-4932 608-273-2468
Returns: 608-274-4932 608-273-2468
Supplier Diversity Reporting: 608-274-4932 608-273-2468
Website www.drspaving.com
Commodity Code 913-95
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 39-1579952
F.O.B. “I” F.O.B. DESTINATION FREIGHT PREPAID INCLUDED AND INSTALLED
"V" SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Delivery: 10 Days ARO
Terms: N/30
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: Warranty Period for all asphalt work shall be 1 Year on materials and workmanship from date of completion, unless otherwise specified.
Back Orders: Will notify ordering department within 24 hours of order/release.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM NO.

 

ITEM DESCRIPTION

NET UNIT
BID PRICE

1

Saw Cutting, any quantity

$2.10/lin.ft.

2

PATCHING -- at least 2 but less than 20 Ton

$125.00/ton

3

PATCHING – 20 Ton or more

$105.00/ton

4

Overlay at least 50 but less than 200 T

$65.00/ton

5

Excavation/removal at least 5 but less than 20 Cubic Yard

$60.00/cu.yd.

6

Excavation/removal 20 but less than 100 Cubic Yard

$38.00/cu.yd.

7

Excavation/removal 100 Cubic Yard or more

$30.00/cu.yd.

8

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed at least 5 but less than 20T

$50.00/ton

9

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed 20 but less than 100T

$35.00/ton

10

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed  100T or more

$18.00/ton

11

milling of 2” off top of grade without removal from site

$10.00/sq. yd

12

milling of 2” off top of grade with removal from site

$12.00/sq. yd.

13

pulverizing in place

$6.00/sq. yd.

14

Binder Course, Delivered and Installed at least 50 but less than 200T

$65.00/ton

15

Binder Course, Delivered and Installed 200T or more

$55.00/ton

16

Shoulder, Delivered and Installed at least 20 but less than 100T

$80.00/ton

17

Shoulder, Delivered and Installed 100T or more

$42.00/ton

18

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal, mobilization charge, round trip

$250.00/each

19

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal,  at least 400 but less than 1000 sq yd

$2.50/sq. yd

20

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal,  1000 sq yd or more

$1.00/sq. yd.  

 21

 Rubberized Mix

$125.00/ton 

22

Porous and Warm Mix

$135.00/ton

23

Infrared Heater Repair

$70.00/heated patch

24

Infrared Heater Repair Mobilization

$120.00/each

25

Crack Filling

$.62/lin.ft

26

Crack Filling Mobilization

$100.00/each

27

Line Striping

$.25/lin. ft.

28

Breaker Attachment for Thick Asphalt

$150.00/day

29

Base Stabilization Mat

$.40/sq. ft.

30

Fine Grading Requiring Road Grader <400 Sq. Yd

$5.00/sq. yd.

31

Stamped and Colored Asphalt

$4.00/sq ft.

32

Foreman

$50.00/hr

33

Operators (to include paver and screed man, rollers and skid steers)

$50.00/hr

34

Truck Drivers

$45.00/hr

35

Laborers

$35.00/hr

36

Weekend Premium for Asphalt Plant

$500.00/day


Vendor(s)
056670
Payne & Dolan
6295 Lacy Rd
Fitchburg WI 53593
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
Doug Guthrie 608-845-8900 608-845-8884
E-mail dguthrie@payneanddolan.com
  PHONE # FAX #
Ordering/Expediting: 608-845-8900 608-845-8884
Invoice Information: 608-845-8900 608-845-8884
Returns: 608-845-8900 608-845-8884
Supplier Diversity Reporting: 608-845-8900 608-845-8884
Website www.payneanddolan.com
Commodity Code 913-95
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 39-0529300
F.O.B. “I” F.O.B. DESTINATION FREIGHT PREPAID INCLUDED AND INSTALLED
"V" SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Terms: N/30
Delivery: 10 Days ARO
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: 1 Year from completion date.
Back Order : Will notify ordering department within 24 hours of order/release.
Other: Pricing not available to other University of Wisconsin System campuses, State of Wisconsin Agencies, Wisconsin Municipalities, Other CIC member institutions or Non-Profit Organizations specifically linked by their mission to the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM NO.

 

ITEM DESCRIPTION

NET UNIT
BID PRICE

1

Saw Cutting, any quantity

$2.50/lin.ft.

2

PATCHING -- at least 2 but less than 20 Ton

$400.00/ton

3

PATCHING – 20 Ton or more

$180.00/ton

4

Overlay at least 50 but less than 200 T

$90.00/ton

5

Excavation/removal at least 5 but less than 20 Cubic Yard

$110.00/cu.yd.

6

Excavation/removal 20 but less than 100 Cubic Yard

$60.00/cu.yd.

7

Excavation/removal 100 Cubic Yard or more

$24.00/cu.yd.

8

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed at least 5 but less than 20T

$105.00/ton

9

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed 20 but less than 100T

$33.50/ton

10

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed  100T or more

$20.50/ton

11

milling of 2” off top of grade without removal from site

$9.29/sq. yd

12

milling of 2” off top of grade with removal from site

$10.00/sq. yd.

13

pulverizing in place

$4.25/sq. yd.

14

Binder Course, Delivered and Installed at least 50 but less than 200T

$110.00/ton

15

Binder Course, Delivered and Installed 200T or more

$75.00/ton

16

Shoulder, Delivered and Installed at least 20 but less than 100T

$120.00/ton

17

Shoulder, Delivered and Installed 100T or more

$40.00/ton

18

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal, mobilization charge, round trip

$380.00/each

19

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal,  at least 400 but less than 1000 sq yd

$2.80/sq. yd

20

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal,  1000 sq yd or more

$1.20/sq. yd.  

 21

 Rubberized Mix

$135.00/ton 

22

Porous and Warm Mix

$140.00/ton

23

Infrared Heater Repair

$78.00/heated patch

24

Infrared Heater Repair Mobilization

$125.00/each

25

Crack Filling

$.90/lin.ft

26

Crack Filling Mobilization

$200.00/each

27

Line Striping

$.50/lin. ft.

28

Breaker Attachment for Thick Asphalt

$10.00/day

29

Base Stabilization Mat

$8.40/sq. ft.

30

Fine Grading Requiring Road Grader <400 Sq. Yd

$4.10/sq. yd.

31

Stamped and Colored Asphalt

$6.00/sq ft.

32

Foreman

$90.00/hr

33

Operators (to include paver and screed man, rollers and skid steers)

$80.00/hr

34

Truck Drivers

$90.00/hr

35

Laborers

$65.00/hr

36

Weekend Premium for Asphalt Plant

$1,700.00/day


Vendor(s)
001333
Wolf Paving & Excavating of Madison Inc
5423 Reiner Rd
Sun Prairie WI 53590
     
Sales Representative: PHONE # FAX #
Brad Scharfenorth 608-695-4770 608-837-2623
E-mail brads@wolfpaving.com
  PHONE # FAX #
Ordering/Expediting: 262-965-2121 262-965-5426
Invoice Information: 608-695-4770 608-837-2623
Returns: 608-695-4770 608-837-2623
Supplier Diversity Reporting: 262-965-2121 262-965-5426
Website www.wolfpaving.com
Commodity Code 913-95
Federal Employee ID # (FEIN) 39-1273909
F.O.B. “I” F.O.B. DESTINATION FREIGHT PREPAID INCLUDED AND INSTALLED
"V" SERVICE/MAINTENANCE
Terms: N/30
Delivery: 15 Days ARO
Invoicing: Invoices shall reflect contract pricing.
Warranty: 1 Year
Back Order : Will notify ordering department within 24 hours of order/release.
Other: Pricing not available to other University of Wisconsin System campuses, State of Wisconsin Agencies, Wisconsin Municipalities, Other CIC member institutions or Non-Profit Organizations specifically linked by their mission to the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Pricing Information: SEE BELOW

ITEM NO.

 

ITEM DESCRIPTION

NET UNIT
BID PRICE

1

Saw Cutting, any quantity

$3.00/lin.ft.

2

PATCHING -- at least 2 but less than 20 Ton

$250.00/ton

3

PATCHING – 20 Ton or more

$150.00/ton

4

Overlay at least 50 but less than 200 T

$90.00/ton

5

Excavation/removal at least 5 but less than 20 Cubic Yard

$85.00/cu.yd.

6

Excavation/removal 20 but less than 100 Cubic Yard

$40.00/cu.yd.

7

Excavation/removal 100 Cubic Yard or more

$30.00/cu.yd.

8

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed at least 5 but less than 20T

$55.00/ton

9

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed 20 but less than 100T

$30.00/ton

10

Limestone OR RECYCLED ASLPHALT sub-base, Delivered and Installed  100T or more

$19.00/ton

11

milling of 2” off top of grade without removal from site

$18.00/sq. yd

12

milling of 2” off top of grade with removal from site

$25.00/sq. yd.

13

pulverizing in place

$5.20/sq. yd.

14

Binder Course, Delivered and Installed at least 50 but less than 200T

$80.00/ton

15

Binder Course, Delivered and Installed 200T or more

$75.00/ton

16

Shoulder, Delivered and Installed at least 20 but less than 100T

$90.00/ton

17

Shoulder, Delivered and Installed 100T or more

$45.00/ton

18

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal, mobilization charge, round trip

$650.00/each

19

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal,  at least 400 but less than 1000 sq yd

$6.00/sq. yd

20

Fine grading requiring a road grader or equal,  1000 sq yd or more

$2.00/sq. yd.  

 21

 Rubberized Mix

$250.00/ton 

22

Porous and Warm Mix

$200.00/ton

23

Infrared Heater Repair

$95.00/heated patch

24

Infrared Heater Repair Mobilization

$250.00/each

25

Crack Filling

$2.00lin.ft

26

Crack Filling Mobilization

$250.00/each

27

Line Striping

$1.00/lin. ft.

28

Breaker Attachment for Thick Asphalt

$250.00/day

29

Base Stabilization Mat

$8.00/sq. ft.

30

Fine Grading Requiring Road Grader <400 Sq. Yd

$5.50/sq. yd.

31

Stamped and Colored Asphalt

$12.00/sq ft.

32

Foreman

$80.00/hr

33

Operators (to include paver and screed man, rollers and skid steers)

$75.00/hr

34

Truck Drivers

$75.00/hr

35

Laborers

$65.00/hr

36

Weekend Premium for Asphalt Plant

$3,500.00/day

 DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS ASPHALT REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT SERVICE

 

1.   SCOPE: Furnish all labor, material, equipment and tools of the trade to patch, repair, and install bituminous concrete (asphalt) and base as directed by the University for the Construction, Repair and Improvement of asphalt surfaces on the University campus.  All work shall include all necessary surface preparation, including but not limited to, cleaning surfaces, and adjusting manholes, valve boxes and inlets.

 

2.   GENERAL:  Sequence of operations or place of commencement may be determined by the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager as deemed to best serve the needs and convenience of the Owner, or as necessity of occasion requires.

 

3.   WORKERS:  The University may require the Contractor not to assign any employee the University deems incompetent, careless, insubordinate, or otherwise objectionable to work on University projects.

 

4.   EMPLOYEE IDENTIFICATION:  Contractor's workers must provide, when requested to do so, identification showing they are employees of the Contractor.

 

5.   NOTIFICATION PRIOR TO START OF WORK:
5.1     Notifying Physical Plant.  Regardless of work on University campus locations, Contractor shall notify Physical Plant Central Answering and Response Service (CARS), Telephone (608) 263-3333, prior to starting work in ANY University location.  Contractor may presume that job site entry is permitted as soon as it has given its phone notice; no affirmative response by Physical Plant will be made.

 

               Customer and Contractor Note: 

      5.1.1     Section 5.1 above will be enforced by the University to ensure that ADA Respiratory Sensitivity requirements are met.

 

5.2     Pre-construction Meeting.  Before starting any work, Contractor must contact the University Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager referenced on the release or purchase order.  All questions concerning the project should be referred to the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.  The Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager may contact Contractor to schedule a pre-construction meeting in order to review the construction schedule, drawings and specifications.

 

6.   ORDERING WORK:  Contractor shall proceed with work on University campus only upon receipt of a purchase order or release number authorized by the ordering department.

 

7.   WORK TIME:  When a starting date has been determined with the Contractor, the Contractor shall be on the job site on that date. 

 

8.   COMPLETION OF JOB:  After the completion of a job, the Contractor shall notify the Contract Administrator/ Construction Site Manager (person placing order) that the project is ready for inspection.  The Contractor will also be responsible to contact UW Physical Plant Landscape Architect for site restriction for final approval.

 

9.   FINAL ACCEPTANCE:  The Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager will approve invoice for payment when all of the Contract specifications have been completed.  No invoice will be paid until approval has been made.

 

10.  WARRANTY:  Contractor shall provide, at no cost to the University, services to correct any defects in material and/or workmanship requiring return to the job site for rework for a period of one year after completion of the work.

 

11.  DAMAGES INCURRED DURING WORK:
11.1   If Contractor anticipates potential damage that may occur during the construction process, Contractor shall report details to Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager prior to start of work.  Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager will advise Contractor how to proceed including requirements necessary to protect vegetation from construction damage and how to complete restoration.

 

11.2   Reimbursement for damages is the responsibility of the Contractor.  Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager will notify the Contractor of the cost of the repairs which will be performed or arranged by the University.  The actual cost, not to exceed the estimate, will be deducted from a future Contractor's invoice with proper documentation provided with payment. 

 

12.  Description of Work: 
12.1   Saw Cut:  Edges at asphalt surface to be vertical to surface.

 

12.2   Patching of areas:
12.2.1     Remove asphalt from area to be patched.
12.2.2     Grade existing base to maintain 8" compacted crushed limestone base.
12.2.3     Install same as existing asphalt surface with compacted hot mix or rubberized asphalt as requested by the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager, to repair area to University's satisfaction.
12.2.4     If patch is from center line to curb or road/street shoulder, patch should be to road/street center line.  If patch is greater than or past road/street center line, then patch will be from curb to curb or shoulder to shoulder.  Length and width of patch will be determined by Contract Administrator/ Construction Site Manager.

 

12.3   Overlay:
12.3.1     Clean surface to remove vegetation, loose material and dirt.
12.3.2     Spray surface with a weed killer preapproved by UW Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.
12.3.3     As needed, apply tack coat to existing paved surface at a rate of 0.05 to 0.15 gallon per sq. yd.
12.3.4     Install 1-1/2" (or as specified by Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager) compacted hot mix asphalt overlay as minimum to maintain proper drainage.

 

12.4   Excavation:  Excavate as needed to complete work, includes removal of materials from site.

 

12.5   Limestone or recycled asphalt sub-base:  3/4” crushed limestone, or recycled asphalt, delivered and installed.

 

12.6   Binder Course:  Install a minimum of 1-1/2" (or as specified by Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager) compacted hot mix asphalt binder course as needed to maintain proper drainage.

 

12.7   Shoulder:  3/4" crushed limestone, delivered and installed.

 

12.8   Fine grading requiring a road grader or approved equal process:  A mobilization charge is permitted for this service. 

 

12.9   Catch Basin repair and replacement as directed by Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.  Work to be done on a per job basis.  Contract shall furnish Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager with a firm quotation with each job estimate.  Quotation shall not include excavation.  Excavation work for catch basin repairs shall be part of 12.4 above.

 

12.9.1     Repair shall include labor and material (except excavation) to perform at least the following:

* saw cut around ring
* pull iron ring
* repair and replace brick as necessary
* re-stone as needed
* furnish and install concrete adjustment rings as needed
* work to be done by qualified personnel to be approved by Contract Administrator/ Construction Site Manager

 

12.9.2     Replacement shall include labor and material (except excavation) to furnish and install a new crock as needed.

 

12.10 Provide new valve/water boxes as needed or adjust existing to a minimum of ½” from finished asphalt pavement.

 

12.11 Provide other related services as requested.  Work under this section shall be subject to prior approval of UW-Madison Purchasing Services.  Quotations shall be binding.

 

13.  Estimates:
13.1   Prior to commencing work, Contractor shall provide the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager with a written cost estimate for each project.

 

13.2   Estimates shall be itemized per the schedule

 

13.3   Estimates will not be binding on the Contractor.  However, conditions which will alter the original estimate must be brought to the attention of the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager for approval.  Such notification will occur quickly enough so as not to delay any project underway.

 

13.4   Exception:  Quotations for catch basin repairs and other related services are on a per-job basis and are binding.

 

14.  Scheduling of Work/Hours of Work:
14.1   Weather permitting, work shall commence when the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager's verbal acceptance of the Contractor's written estimate or as mutually agreeable and scheduling permits.

 

14.2   Emergency repairs within 72 hours.

 

14.3   Weather permitting, work shall be continuous.

 

14.4   Hours of work shall be 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding holidays or as mutually agreeable.

 

15.  Layout, Field Measurements and Inspection of Surfaces:
15.1   Contractor shall be solely responsible for the accuracy of measurements and laying out work and shall make good any errors due to faulty measurements taken, information obtained, layout, or failure to report discrepancies.  The Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager will assist the Contractor in establishing preliminary working lines and bench marks.

15.2   Contractor shall notify the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager verbally or in writing of any defects noted in such surfaces that are to receive rework.  The Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager will direct such surfaces to be remedied.

 

16.  Barriers:
16.1   Contractor shall furnish barriers to protect new surfaces during curing period subject to approval of Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.  Includes delivery, set-up and removal.

 

17.  Flag Person:  Contractor shall provide flag person(s) to direct traffic when a mechanical paver is used to lay down new asphalt.

 

18.  Base patching:
18.1   Shall conform to D.O.T. Section 308.

 

18.2   Base patching shall include removing all of the existing asphalt material and repairing of gravel base and earth sub-grade as required.  Replacement with new asphalt material shall be done in compacted layers, not exceeding two inches (2”) in thickness.

 

19.  Crushed aggregate base course & shouldering:
19.1   Shall conform to D.O.T. Section 304 excluding 304.2.4.  Base course, where required for patching, shall be gradation No. 1 or 2 as determined by the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager and be applied and compacted in two layers, each layer shall not exceed four inches (4”) in thickness.  Base course shall be 8 inches thick after compaction.

 

19.2   When pavement surface elevations are changed by installing an asphalt overlay, provide crushed aggregate base course on existing shoulders to blend the slope from new pavement to existing grade within 3 feet.  Constructing shoulders shall conform to D.O.T. Section 304.

 

20.  Earthwork:
20.1   Shall conform to D.O.T. Sections:

    * 204 - Removing Miscellaneous Structures
    * 205 - Roadway and Drainage Excavation
    * 211 - Preparation of Foundation
    * 213 - Finishing Roadway

     

    20.2   Excess excavated materials shall be removed from the site immediately.

     

    20.3   In the event earth work or miscellaneous till has to be left on site, precautions must be taken for erosion control and provided at the Contractor’s expense.

    21.  Cutting and patching:
    21.1   Perform all cutting necessary for installation of new work, or joining and keying of new work to existing work.  Items removed temporarily for convenience of Contractor shall be removed and replaced by Contractor as approved by the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.

     

    21.2   Neatly replace, patch and finish in kind, adjacent surfaces or features displaced or disturbed in performance of the work.  Make joinings of new and existing work as inconspicuous as possible.  Upon completion of work there shall be no discrepancy between new work and existing work. All broken units shall be replaced with whole units.

     

    21.3   Where cutting and patching is required, the Contractor shall hire workers skilled in such cutting and patching to do the work.

     

    21.4   The use of equipment which produces excessive dust or is unusually loud or is otherwise objectionable to the University shall be discontinued at the University's request.

     

    21.5   Wherever any existing material or equipment not noted for removal is damaged, the cost of repair or replacement shall be charged to the Contractor.  Items covered by this provision include, but are not limited to curbs, sidewalks, lawns (including tire ruts from vehicles and equipment), plantings, signs, and refuse containers.

     

    22.  Asphalt concrete pavements:
    22.1   Shall conform to D.O.T. Supplemental Specification 4.3.

     

    22.2   Preparation of existing asphalt surfaces shall conform to D.O.T. Section 211, Preparation and Foundation.

     

    23.  Plant mixed asphalt surfaces and pavements - General Requirements:
    23.1   Shall conform to the pertinent parts of D.O.T. Section 405.

     

    23.2   No recycled material shall be allowed for work performed under this Contract except by prior approval of the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.

     

    24.  Mutual responsibility:
    24.1   Contractor shall coordinate the work with adjacent work and shall cooperate with all other trades so as to facilitate the general progress of the work.  Each trade shall give due notice and proper information and afford all other trades every reasonable opportunity for the installation of their work and for the storage of their material.  In no case will any Contractor be permitted to exclude from the premises or work, any other Contractor or their employees, or interfere with any other Contractor in the executing or installation of work.

     

    24.2   Any cost caused by defective or ill-timed work shall be borne by the responsible party.

     

    25.  Special site conditions - Use of the premises:
    25.1   Confine all operations, equipment, apparatus and storage of materials, to the immediate area of work to the greatest possible extent.  Contractor shall ascertain, observe and comply with all rules and regulations in effect on the project site, including, but not limited to parking and traffic regulations, use of walks, security restrictions, hours of allowable ingress and egress.

     

    25.2   Interference with, or inconvenience to University operations shall be kept to a minimum.  All required exits, doors, passageways and walks are to be kept in an unobstructed manner at all times.

     

    25.3   Contractor or authorized representative must be present to accept delivery of all equipment and/or materials shipments.  University personnel will not knowingly accept, unload or store anything delivered to the project site addressed to the Contractor or for the Contractor's use.  Inadvertent acceptance of delivery by any representative of the University shall not constitute acceptance or responsibility for any of the materials or equipment.  It shall be the Contractor's responsibility to assume all liability for equipment and material delivered to the job site.

     

    26.  Spill Contingency Plan:

    26.1   While working on campus, Contractor is liable for the containment, cleanup and disposal of all Contractor spills (equipment breakdowns, wash ups, clean ups of construction materials, etc.) in compliance with the EPA and DNR rules (NR615.05(4)(a)5 and 630.22).

     

    26.2   Contractor shall reimburse the University for damage resulting from a spill and for costs incurred by the University to clean up and dispose of waste.

     

    26.3   Contractor shall comply with the University’s procedure “Contractor Contingency Plan for Spills while Working on Campus.”  The University Physical Plant will provide the Contractor with a copy of this Plan upon Contract award.  Contractor’s representative must have on each job site a copy of the procedure and minimum on-hand equipment to control spill. 

     

    26.4   When spill occurs, Contractor’s representative must notify Physical Plant CARS at 608-263-3333 and the appropriate Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager, comply with the contingency spill plan and complete, and file spill incident report within 24 hours of incident.

     

    26.5   Contractors shall have, on the job site, spill cleanup materials and equipment to handle spills up to 5 gallons.  At a minimum the Contractor’s spill response kit should contain the following:

    * oil absorbents
    * cellulose socks
    * latex gloves
    * dust masks
    * disposal bags or containers
    * hand wipes.

     

    26.6   Identify the cleanup materials and equipment you will have on the job site.  The University will be the sole judge of acceptability of Contractor’s cleanup materials and equipment.

     

    27.  Temporary facilities:
    27.1   Water and limited electric power are available through existing facilities free of charge at the site.  The Contractor shall make arrangements with the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager for the use of such facilities and shall comply with such requirements and restrictions for their use as may be prescribed.  Contractor shall provide all extensions from existing sources to project work area(s) as required to carry out the work.  Any services in excess of those available at site shall be provided by Contractor.

     

    27.2   Contractor may arrange with the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager to use nearby existing toilet facilities.  Toilets used by Contractors employees and subcontractors shall be kept clean and sanitary at all times.

     

    27.3   No temporary fence will be required except as necessary to meet applicable safety regulations.

     

    27.4   No temporary office will be required for the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager or representative.

     

    27.5   No project sign will be required.

     

    28.  Protection:
    28.1   Work shall comply with the General Orders on Safety in Construction as issued by the Department of Commerce.

     

    28.2   Precaution shall be exercised at all times for the protection of persons, (including employees) and property.  The safety provisions of applicable laws, building and construction codes shall be observed. Machinery, equipment and all hazards shall be guarded or eliminated in accordance with applicable safety provisions.

     

    28.3   All structures and equipment shall be constructed, installed and operated with guards, controls and other devices in conformance with the Wisconsin Administrative Code, Chapter Ind. 1, Safety.6.

     

    28.4   Fire Protection: The Contractor shall provide and maintain in working order during the entire construction period, such fire protective equipment and devices as required by applicable safety standards and as deemed necessary and suitable for any possible class or type of fires.  Extinguishers shall be non-freeze type of not less than ten (10) pound capacity each.

     

    28.5   Provide protection against rain, wind, or heat so as to maintain all work, materials, apparatus, and fixtures, incorporated in the work or stored on the site, free from injury or damage.  At the end of the day's work, cover all new work likely to be damaged.

     

    28.6   Contractor shall assume the responsibility for the protection of all existing improvements subject to damage by work related to this project and finished construction within or adjacent to the area of work under Contract and shall repair and restore any and all damaged work to its original state as approved by the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.

     

    28.7   Contractor must contact Diggers Hotline and acquaint themselves with the location of utilities, which may be encountered or be affected by work, and shall be responsible for damage caused by neglect to provide proper precautions or protection.  Contractor shall contact to locate any utility if necessary.

     

    28.8   Provide, erect and maintain all required planking, barricades, guard rails, temporary walkways, etc., of sufficient size and strength necessary for protection of material storage, sidewalks, curbs, streets, drives, adjoining property and adjacent buildings as well as to prevent accidents to the public and the workmen at the job site.

     

    28.9   Repair any work or landscape damaged by failure to provide proper and adequate protection to its original state to the satisfaction of the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager, or remove and replace with new work at the Contractor's expense.

     

    28.10 Watchmen will not be provided by the University.  Contractor will be held responsible for loss or injury to persons or property where work is involved, and shall take such precautionary measures as they may deem necessary to protect their own interest.

     

    28.11 Injuries to any person and damage to University property, the property of residents, or any property not belonging to the Contractor shall be reported immediately to the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager.

     

    29.  Soil conservation:
    29.1   In accordance with implications of the Section 92.02 of the Wisconsin Statutes concerning soil conservation practices, all Contractors shall be governed by the following:

     

    29.1.1   Contractor agrees to maintain all project grounds, public streets and associated areas, including fill areas in a manner consistent with the general policy to conserve soil and soil resources, to control and prevent soil erosion and to control and prevent siltation into lakes, rivers and streams.  This clause is to be liberally construed to further the above stated objectives.  The following shall include, but not limit, areas in which control is to be exercised:

    * Street maintenance.
    * Stockpiling and erodible materials.
    * Minimum stripping provisions.
    * Spillage.
    * Maintenance of off-site project related fill disposal areas.

     

    29.1.2   The Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager will have responsibility and authority for inspection of soil conservation practices.

     

    30.  Cleaning:  Contractor shall keep premises free of accumulations of surplus materials and rubbish caused by their operations.  Combustible rubbish shall be removed from the premises each day.  Burning of rubbish on premises is not permitted.  In addition, the Contractor shall perform final cleaning to remove all foreign matter, spots, soil and construction dust, so as to put the project in a complete and finished condition ready for acceptance and use intended.

     

    31.  Finishing site:
    31.1   Upon completion of the work in this Contract, the Contractor will repair or replace, as required, all roads, curbs, walks, utilities or other improvements disturbed by this operation.

     

    31.2   All waste areas and storage areas will be cleaned up to the Contract Administrator/Construction Site Manager's satisfaction.  All excess materials will be removed from the site and the Contractor will leave the premises free of debris and excess waste materials.

     

    32.  Insurance:  A current certificate of insurance must be on file and accepted by UW Risk Management before any and all payments will be processed for work performed under this Contract.  See also Standard Terms and Conditions, Section 22. www.bussvc.wisc.edu/purch/stdterms1.html

     

    33.  Approvals:    University personnel authorizing work under this Contract shall obtain all necessary departmental, campus, local, state and other approvals before permitting the Contractor to begin work.

     

    34.  Method of Measurements/Basis of Payment:  Linear foot and square foot items shall be measured for payment by area in square feet in place based on measurements taken in the field upon completion of the work.

     

    34.1   Saw Cut (linear foot) -  Concrete saw cutting will be measured for payment by length in linear feet.

     

    34.2   Fine grading (square yard) -  The Contract unit price for all items with a square yard unit price shall be payment in full for performing the work as specified.

     

    34.3   Patching, Overlay, Binder Course, Limestone, and Limestone Shoulder (Ton) -  These materials will be measured as weight in tons delivered.  With the invoice, the Contractor shall furnish a delivery ticket for each load showing date, description and weight of material delivered, and pit making delivery.  The Contract unit price will be full compensation for furnishing, placing and spreading the material.


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